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VOL-9 No. 29 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION_ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 18 Oct. 1951 ,



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Off for
Red Cross field office duty college courses
credits will be givenat
aboard the station la ready to con- college
NATTCenter with the :
duct-First Aid and Home Nursing ,
first to tonight in A
Courses for Naval personnel and convene
Building 501 it has been an-
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f.) *_ dependents as soon as sufficient

applications are received accord nounced.
Instructors from the Universityof
ing to Red Cross officials.
Florida will conduct the course
Applicants may register for two nights a week Wednesdayand
.4. Cither or both courses by tele- Thursday at 1900, Lt. Max J.
phoning extension: 552,. or the Du- Hanke, Information and Education j

val County Chapter House, 8-2617. Officer of the Center announced.

This drive is In connection with ..J --: "'1& ;.. r Courses 'offered will be Educational .
the nationwide program of organizing a Psychology Developmentand
classes ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON-Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jack- of Education,
: as rapidly as possible Organization
sonville flanked other and civilian delivered of the addresses at the
More than 1,000,000 are by Navy dignitaries one key Child Development, Elementary .
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce luncheon eleventh of the Naval
currently enrolled In preparationfor honoringthe anniversary Mechanical Drawing and Funda-
civil defense Air Station Monday. Shown around the luncheon table are, left to right, Chaplain (Capt.) CharlesA. mental Mathematics. There is alsoa
any emergency. Dittmar, senior chaplain at NAS; Chamber of Commerce President Earl C. Williamson; Admiral in
of
Revisions of the original instruc- possibility a course public
tion Information Hardison; Jack Kavanaugh/ chairman of the naval affairs committee and Capt. Douglas T. Day, speaking if the demand is sufficient J'
now provides on
NAS commanding officer. The luncheon was held at the George Washington Hotel.
what to do In case of an atomic -. --- to warrant it.
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bombing. These classes will be open tall
Are You A Laggard?
non-student Naval personnel,
A First Aid and Civil Defense
exhibit will be displayed in a win- Station Quietly their dependents, and civilian em-

dow of Cohen Brothers Oct. 22 ployees.Naval. i
through Oct 29. The exhibit Is Civilians Asked To Observes 11thAnniversary Personnel on active, duty
lighted with four flash trans- may apply for payments of three-
parencies showing exactly what to fourths the tuition costs by the
do for persons injured in various Navy. More details may be obtained -
types of accidents. I by calling the Education
Heed Blood Naval Air Station Jacksonville Office at the Center.
Appeal marked another milestone in its I a
comparatively short but signifi-

.. 81 AdvancedIn cant history Monday, observingthe School Students

A total of 782 donors were processed at the NAS Blood eleventh anniversary of its
commissioning.The .
Center during the week ending Oct. 12, making a grand Tour StationA
Rate HereAs total of 3,248 donors processed since the inauguration of the observance of the birthdaywas
recalled aboard the station
elec-
a result of the examinationstaken Blood Donor_Program here Sept. 17, latest figures reveal.On without fanfare or ceremony. A tronics group from of the students Marion in County

recently eighty-one enlisted the surface, these figures special luncheon sponsored by Vocational School of Ocala, Fla.,
personnel attached to NAS Jacksonville look good, but the percentage of week of operation this week, the the Jacksonville Chamber of were guests of the Jacksonville
are now sporting new civilian donors, balanced againstthe reported response for the week Commerce at the George Wash- Naval Air Station last weekend.The .
crows on their left sleeves. military presents a different has not been encouraging. The ing Hotel was the only actual group, under the supervi-
picture, officials point out. Only number of donors to meet the celebration of the occasion
sion of M. C. Brittan, was escorted
The chiefs dunked four new
is beginning to lag, accord-
,. 88 civilians reported last week quota Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Naval
their tour of the
r' members to the anchor brigade in while 694 ing to officials at the Blood Center on
there were military
the pool while the leading petty Commander Fleet Air Air Station by Lt. Gordon Walker,
donors. sonville and Capt. Jack-I' information officer of NAS
public
officers gained twelve threestripers Need Is Urgent
The entire total of civilian do-
eighteen for show and forty- nations since the has Urgency in the need for blood Day, NAS commanding Jacksonville and Lt. Frank Cogh-
program along with other Navy officers Ian, public information officer of
seven placed on the advancement been in progress is only 300, has been well publicized throughout were honor guests at the lunch NARTU
... which is less than a tenth of the the nation. The urgency does
list.The which attended by city
was the
eon Highlights of the tour for
not need to be dramatized. Thereis
winners collect their moneyin grand total, officially released
and commissioners, mem-
county students was the visit to NARTU
than drama in
the straggler's line on Fri- figures show. II more enough
pay bers of the Chamber board of where they observed the elec-
Poor Showing Reflected the directive issued by the De-
day.
and naval affairs committee -
governors tronics that is utilizedin
equipment
fense Department:
I Acknowledging the fact that .
military personnel outnumber "Supplies of dried human blood training: "Weekend Warriors"of
In his address to the gather- the North-Florida, SouthGeorgia -
plasma have been gravely de-
Magazine Features civilians four-to-one on the sta-
tion, the figures, it is pointed out pleted by the demands of the Ko- ing Admiral Hardison declared area who take part in Organized -
that the impact of the Navy con- Reserve squadron trainingat
still a showing rean campaign. Its continued
Naval AviationThe represent very poor -
in the Unit.Demonstl'8t1ons.
for civilians.As availability for military purposesis struction program area the
will be felt in few months when in the operationof
the Blood Center at the vital. It is imperative that ac- a
and -
responsiuimies
\.11:.:__many_1.._ ...._ _grave_:..1 ft".1. NAS Infirmary entered its fifth tion be taken to insure that an aircraft carriers are first based at airborne radar. Racon naviga-
Naval ,Aviation pius me is illustrated l'lEilV..l and ui I adequate supply is at all times the Mayport carrier basin. tional gear and the complete Combat

in Waves ready for use The quantitiesof "I hope before too many monthswe Information Center that
brought to the public a special Youngest I
NARTU maintains for trainingthe
issue of the magazine entitled blood received from civilian will have at least one car-
"Flying." which is now on sale Arrive Here To sources is today woefully inade- rier based at Mayport," the Ad- areas Naval Air Reservists
at the Navy Exchanges here. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2) miral said. ,were witnessed by the students. ;M

The book a monthly periodical, Attend SchoolThree ..
contains articles and photographs
which bring home the central fact of the youngest WAVES'

of Naval power today-that the ever to be statiohed aboard NAS
carrier and her planes are the offensive have arrived to attend Airman

spearhead of the Navy. Preparatory School at the Naval

The periodical, which sells Air Technical Training Center ie !
for only 50 cents contains close The three are the first 18-year- ; j

,J" to 200 pages of top-notch Naval olds to arrive here since passageof tne

Aviation reading, prepared In collaboration legislation in July lowering the Zw #
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with the Navy.It enlistment age for women in the $ 7Q A
20 to 18.
Navy from
includes articles by Navy
t-
at the Center here this
Arriving
Secretary Dan A.. Kimball Adm.
.
,
".. William M. Fechteler, Adm. Arthur week after finishing boot camp together
at Great Lakes, 111., were
',1 W. Radford, Vice Adm. John _
Shirley A. Moore, of Grand RapIds _
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CommanderFleet
: ; H. Cassady (formerly
\
:Mich. Imogene Gaskins, of
;
:4 Air Jax) and many others.
\ Marshall, Tex., and Yolanda Car- ,
rillo, 'of Los Angeles, Calif All
joined the Navy in July.
' \ Outlook
, r Weather The young Airman Apprenticesare

( attending Airman Preparatory
now
, Plenty of showers in store for School at the Center. At

. : the week-end but it's warming the end of the eight-week course,

., up, reports the NAS Aerology of Shirley hopes to go to Aei ograph-

' \ ,. fice. ers School, and eventually hopesto
v< Friday-Partly cloudy skies be stationed at Patuxent River,

with scattered showers over the Md. Imogene wants to be a store-
: area. Moderate southeasterly keeper, and has desires to be sta-

winds. Somewhat warmer, tioned at Alameda, Calif.
,.; S wttt r t4Y. !' I "Yolanda hasn't decided what YOUNGEST YET-Three of the youngest WAVES ever to be stationed at Naval Air Station
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WI" ;; r;billet would like to be, but Jacksonville are now students at the Airman Preparatory School at the Training Center. First t
.; enlistment they are all 18 years old. Left to right are Shirley -
IOU fist completing Airman School, arrive under the new act lowering age
Co .; pes to get overseas duty, Moore of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Yolanda>> Carillo Los Angeles, Calif., and Imojen Gaskins. *t

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 18 October 1951J3axy41

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.. -. ; --' .s,..r' 1,560 Make Grade As Acting CPO's


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air


Station, Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville New Paper 'Navv Times'. Tn R Published.
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Cant Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer

Comdr. James H. Armstrong ____, Executive Officer (By Armed Forces Press Service) Requirements for admission Include evidence

Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information OfficerCommander The Navy has appointed 1,560 acting Chief of graduation from a recognized institutionwith
Fleet Atr Jacksonville a major in
study psychology. Applications -
Petty Officers, chosen from the roster of First
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison'-- _. Class P. O.s who competed successfully In the should reach the Surgeon General not
Capt. Alien Smith Chief! of Staff service-wide examinations held last February: later than Dec. 15, 1951.:
*
Fleet Air Wing Eleven This brings to 3,360 the number of advance-
The Senate
has confirmed
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ..___.__._._.._.._....._.. Commander ments from among the 7,200 successful candidates Herbert B. Askins the appointmentof
Assistant
Chief Staff Officer who took the examination. as Secretary
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton
of the Navy to succeed John T. Koehler, who
Naval Air Technical Training Center recently resigned.
The Air Force has introduced a new cotton
Capt. Lester K. Rice _._____..__._ Commanding Officer blue *
shirt to replace the poplin garment for
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ___..:__..__.___.._ Executive Officer Fourteen young students girls and two
winter wear. The new shirt Is an oxford
Naval Hospital weave, slightly lighter In color than the poplin the boys, are currently receiving assistance from
Gen. Henry H. Arnold Educational
Capt Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer shirt. Authorized for wear as of Oct. 1, the Fund,
administered
by the Air Force
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer new shirt will not be available for general issue Aid Society.
Applications are approved on the basis
NARTU until present stocks of the blue poplin shirt of scho-
lastic ability and financial need. Seven of the
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer are depleted. girls now being aided are daughters of de-
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer ceased Air Force personnel.
The Army is now training WACs for Military *

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Police duty at the M.P. training center, Camp Servicemen returning to the West Coast from
building Phone extension 8184. Gordon, Ga.
Korea are being given intensive indoctrination
Editor-Andrew H. Planey in the nature and symptoms of malaria as partof

Staff Members: Marian Springer, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN. The Army and Air Force Times, weekly un- the Army's stepped-up malaria control pro

The JAX AIR NEWS 1. puDllsnca weedy at he U. & Naval Air Station, official Service papers, plan an addition to their gram. Personnel are being taught to recog-
Jacksonville florid, and printed NlnclO -app roprlated fund publication family. The new paper, to be nize the appearance of the disease promptly,
at no expense to the government and In NAVEXUS P-33. Rev. called Navy Times, will publish news pertain- because of the possibility of the
Nov. 194:). Copies) are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the carrying germ
to the Marine and Coast
Naval Air Reserve framing Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil field and ing Navy, Corps, unawares. .
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The Guard. *
JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Armed Force Press Service. The Marine Corps has selected 496
first lieutenants
AFPS material appealing in this' publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission ot Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of othermatter Representatives of each national contingent for promotion to captain All are on
except by service publications Is piohlblted without permission of fighting in Korea will be flown to Washington active duty, and about 60 per cent are Re-
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. to participate in United Nations Day ceremo- eervists.

nies Oct. 24. After their Washington visit *

From The FrontTHANKSWhoever they will be divided into two groups. One The Army has established a new Engineer

group will tour the southern U. S., the other District to be known as the Atlantic District
group, the northern states. They will reassemble to handle off-continent military construction
You AreBy
at San Francisco, birthplace of the projects in the Atlantic area, from Bermuda

U. N., for the return trip to Korea north. Temporary headquarters have been .
( Armed Forces Press established in New York.
Service) The ward was filled with hundreds Company grade Army officers of all branches .

(Editor's Note: The followingmessage of wounded-black men, may attend the Clinical ,Psychology Officer The Army's IOU program of rehabilitationof

of thanks was writtenby white men, yellow men: men of Course, scheduled to begin at the Medical Field posts, camps and stations is 90 per cent com-

Capt, Robert Strickland, or all races, creeds, and colors. Service School, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., Jan 9, pleted, providing improved housing and train-
the Army Signal Corps, and appeared They were all sick men, dying
2952. Officers successfully completing the five- ing facilities for 675,000 officers and men. On
In a recent I Issue of BlueBook men and ALMOST EVERYONEWAS months course will be detailed In the Army completion of the $113 million program early
BEING GIVEN BLOOD!
Magazine.: ) :Medical Service Corps with the :MOS of psychological next year, facilities for 745,000 men will have
Thanks, someone! All up and down the rows, assistant. been rehabilitated.
I don't know who you are, harried corpsmen were checkingthe
what you are, where you might flow of the reddish-brow!

live; but thanks, whoever you fluid through the rubber tubes NARTU Acquires
are, for sating my buddy's life. and Into the veins of the men. ssa ,

I met my friend In an ambulance Ordnance Officer

jeep traveling to the rear On each end of the thin rubber

where I was to pick up some tube the story was the same Chief Gunner Carl S. Berg, a
films. lie was covered from the There was a man, Just like someone man with extensive experience in
top of his head down to his you know. 1\18)be someone ordnance and gunnery, both In

...houldt'rsUh heavy, dirty you love, a friend or a neighbor military and civilian life, reportedto 4
brown field compresses which Into each of these men NARTU this week to assume
showed fresh red blood beeping was flowing a new life-a new the post of Ordnance Officer.

through. life that maybe jou were givinghim Y'a k Chief Gunner Berg was born at

: a pint of blood, and another r Karlskrona, Sweden, the locationof
chance to live. one of Sweden's most Importantnaval

By this time the doctor bad MATADOR MAKES BOW-Speeding through space is the bases and has been interested -

cut away the blood-soaked field B-61 "Matador," new guided projectile around which the Air Force in the naval service and the
dressings to repeal the terrible has organized its first guided missile squadron at Missile Test gunnery profession ever since his

t wound my buddy had received. Center, Cocoa, Fla. The squadron will receive preliminary training childhood. His family moved to
Most of his right shoulder had under supervision of Air Research and Development Com- the United States in 1917 and

been blown away. Before he mand, followed by tactical training by Tactical Air Command.The settled in Minneapolis, Minn. +
had time to take a puff on a new weapon with which it will be equipped is a true guided He first affiliated with the mil-

cigarette, a corpsman was administering missile, having no facility for human occupancy. itary as an active duty member
blood into his body. when he Joined the Marines in
The doctor said he would be all 1924. He served aboard the bat-

right. WeekgridWUufTafk tleship USS Arkansas in the At- ,
r lantic Scouting Fleet for 26

I spent the rest of the night In months.
the hospital. Every few minutes, After his return to active duty
all through the night, one of f Notes in 1942 he became a Variant Officer -
the corpsmen would come backto He was separated from the
get more blood for the wounded. from naval service at the close of World
War II, but returned to active
duty in the Naval Air Reserve
I decided that night that
someday I was going to say Mill V Training Command as Ordnace
Officer at NAS
Minneapolis, where
thanks to you for the blood yougave
he served until his transfer to
It Could Be You!
the blood that saved my
He was on the top rack and buddy's life. VSs-741 NARTU Jax.
rected by the next drill period I S SI'ealiP-
had fear lie couldn't The usual weather which
one seesad That night, in that bomb- good when another Inspection will be __,__._,_._._.u_ ....._.___ ___
wan afraid of falling off the blasted building, I saw my bud- VS-741 has been enjoying on drill I
Utter lie asked if I would help dy literally brought bock to life weekends deserted it last week in held.The

brace him. I put my arms by the blood which :you gave. favor of cloudy overcast skies and squadron has two new
around him and held him as I -Thanks. frequent rains.Nevertheless.
chiefs. The two "men are Raymond
would haheld my four-jear- deal of
J a great
G. Ferreira AOUC, and John E.
,
old back home if he had
son evident as the whole
activity was
No Rust After 5 Years
been hurt and needed me. squadron underwent a personnel Lindbergh, ADEC. These are the

Tacoma, Wash (AFPS)-After Inspection. The latter event wasa thfrd and fourth men to have been
At the hospital we stumbled nearly five years in dry-air storage dress-blue affair and was con- advanced to the rank of chief from
through the door and the blackout several hundred "weasels," ducted by the NARTU executive within VS-741. In addition, El-
lock Into the admission ward. amphibian snow tractors, have officer.According. bert R. Maples was promotedfrom
The glare of the gasoline lanterns been found practically rust-free, to all reports only AA to AN during the month. of

was blinding. the Mount Rainier: Ordnance De- minor discrepancies were found Three new men were welcomedInto

pot recently reported. and these will certainly be cor- the squadron. They were:
DIVINESERVICES Kenneth L. Pafford, AA, of Jack- 1
sonville and a student at Andrew

Jackson High School; Charles E. ;
Know Much You Make?
How
Rice, AA, of Jacksonville and an
i
employee of the Atlantic CoastLine m
Ever figure out what you, as ures don't even include such Railroad; and Pierce John-
AT TilE STATION CHAPELS a Serviceman, make by the benefits as medical, dental,
son, AA, of Fernandina, Florida,
hour and welfare educational and retire-
Protestant day ,
who is a student at the Universityof
Tables worked out from rates ment.
OC30-Morning Services, All- Florida.In .
Saints Chapel. prescribed In the "Career compensation I'ay C r. I Ir. Kate Dy. Rate
0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL Act of 1949" offer E-7 1.90 15.20: a major shift of ground officers

D930-Sunday School, Small Chapel. some revealing statistics. The E-6 1.68 13.41 the CO, Lt. Harry Kincaid,
E-5 1.48 11.81 announced that Lcdr. Lewis Bla-
figures are weighted averages
1045-All Saints ChapeL and are accepted as the basic t -" 136 10.08 lock, formerly assigned to Tech FIRST IIELI-JUMF Feet I :
Catholic rate. E-3 1.05 8.40 Training, was to become admin- first, a member of the Air ,

0830 and 0930! -Mass, St. Ed- They include such things as E-2 .97 7.78 istrative officer of the squadron.His Force's third rescue squadron
ward's ChapeL longevity, subsistence and quarEl .95 7.60( duties in the training billet heads for the ground in what

0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- ters, and personal money aIJust for the record a sec will be assumed by Lcdr. Cyrus was described as the first para-

chism Class). lowances for such items as ond lieutenant or ensign makes Anderson. chute' jump ever attempted
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL clothing. They don't Include 1.97 an hour and 15.76 a day. J "from n Sikorskx r.1I-IQ) helicbp'v1'1I -

0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL such things as incentive pay for A General of the Army, Air The reactivated battleship USS \ II t i
Mormon hazardous duty and' lump sum Force, or Fleet Admiral makes Iowa will complete her shakedown
1930 at Small Cha- such 902 hour 72.16 with a cruise from Long Beach
Wednesday- payments for things M an and a day.-
oelruesd.y200oat re-enlistment bonuses. The fig (AFPS). Calif., to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii" In
Small Chapel. November, t & .,

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18 October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


"1t\" ,. ',. > ... A ..__. ......, To
., Band
Navy
II
Station

[ ",".. j .jf'.>.,'.. ..... .. .:.:.:....)" Give 2 Concerts E

Dialogue ... .., .. ;f9iJip' > \'\.
\ \ jh
."", At Gator BowlThe
("Station Dialogue" provides an
opportunity for military and civilian UQ$;
Band
personnel of NAS to voice United States Navy ,
their opinion on a question put to 4' 1b1i' under the direction of Lcdr
two
Charles Brendler, will give
them by a Jax Air News reporter -
). ___ concerts in the Gator Bowl Jack-
___ .
sonville on Tuesday, oct. 23. Concerts

Today' question is: "Do you begin at 1430 and 2000. i
think that the Chinese Communists This personal appearance Is partof
really want peace in Korea T the fall concert tour made by +

What do you think Is the purpose the Navy Band sponsored in each
behind their' stalling for peace negotiations city by a civic organization or high
t
?" school with all proceeds going to

the sponsoring group. Landon

Bert C. Henderson, SN, NAS. .. High School is the Jacksonville
education or- sponsor and will use the funds to
flee: "I firmly purchase Instruments and uniforms -

.. believe that the for their musicians
Chinese Com- Admission prices are: Matinee,
munists have Children under 12, 50 cents;

not even t 'Ak k.S "4' Adults, $1.00. Evening: Children
thought of the under 12, SO cents; Students, $1.00,
possibility o:f and Adults, $1.50. Special pricesto
peace in Korea. service personnel are Matinee -
Their I reason --- ._,..._................-..-.... ...-.. 50 cents; Evening $1.00. AU

Henderson for by passing COMING: FOR GATOR BOWL CONCERT-Members of the United States Navy Band pose on admissions are plus tax.
the peace talks, in my opinion, is the steps of the Capitol building in Washington, D, C., prior to starting their 35-date fall concert *
I to build up supply lines for a tour for 1951. The famous band will appear for two concerts at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Tickets may be purchased in advance
new attack." October 23.Mutual. at Cohen Brothers or Pot
f ters Home of Music. They will

Mrs. Lettie! Roberts., NAS, Per- also be on sale at the Gator Bowl.
--- --
CG AcademyOpen Lcdr. Brendler holds the highest .
sonnet Office Death Benefit Society Pays
rank ever attained by a Navy
"
I don't think musician. He has been conduct-

they want $5,420 To 5 Deceased MembersThe to EM Ing the Band since 1947

peace. Past ac- It is now customary for the
IaaY tions have demonstrated Employees Mutual Death If Qualify band to make two 35: date tout i i|
member. you b bS M
theirunwilling Benefit Society here at NAS has Fiscal Department f each' year. -
provided its charter members with Washington (AFPSEnliste. U 5-
ness to put anend protection in the amount of $1,100at The amount to be paid to the naval personnel who met all requirements -

.-- -- to' hnstllU a cost of only $12 for a period beneficiary upon the death of a and are nominated by; Overseas Parcels
Roberts ties, else they of 14 months, latest figures reveal. member is based upon an amount the Commandant of the CoastGuard ,
would have come to terms long Charter members of the Society equal to $1.00 per active memberof will be eligible to participate -
ago. I feel they are stalling for who were admitted to the Societyon the Society at the time of death active in the annual competitiv Must Be Mailed
I time to better prepare themselvesand the payment of the initial fee Last week there were 1,132 examinations for the Coast Guan
perfect their atom bomb." of $2.10 have only been assessed members in the Society. Every Academy.

f $9.00 on the basis of $1.10 for each employee by virtue of is employmentat eligible to The examination, will be held Before Nov. 15
Kenneth Scott, SA, X-2 Dlvie of nine deaths among members. NAS Jacksonville Feb. 18 and 19, 19;?, In 'various
t I : "If they Purpose of the Society is to provide I I apply for membership in this Society parts of the I'm ted States, Alaska It's time for 'Operatlens Christmas' -

I financial assistance in a lump Hawaii and Puerto Rico. again. The period October
wanted
,
peace sum to a designated beneficiaryupon Persons desiring to join the Society To qualify for nomination, each 15: to November 15 is designated(
I they wouldn'thave 1 the death of a member of should submit an applicationto candidate must be not less thai; for acceptance of Christmas parcels -

started the: Society. In this connection, a the Board of Trustees for approval. 17 years of age nor more than 22: for members of the Armed
t anything in the total of $5,42000:> has been paidto Upon approval of the years of age on July 1, 1951 He Forces serving outside the continental
I first place beneficiaries of five deceasedOverhaul Board of Trustees, membership is must be a high school graduate, United States.
I and Department attained by the payment of an Parcels destined for personnel
While peace negotiations Repair unmarried, and have at least two
are members of the Society, $326400 initial fee of $2.10 plus the amountof credits of algebra, one of plan' serving in remote outposts should.
K Y .,!; being discussed. to beneficiaries of three deceased the last assessment levied whichat geometry, three of English, oni have been in the mail prior to October
-S-C t they are pre Public Works Department members this time would amount to only. of physics and eight other optional : 15.
paring for a big campaign against and $1,086.00 to the beneficiary $3.20 for membership. A completed credits in high school or The term "Armed Forces over
.. the United Nations. This enables of a deceased Supply and designation of beneficiaryform college.lie seas" includes the personnel of
their to must also be submitted with our Armed Forces, their families,
them to bring supplies must also be at least :5
the front and increase their man- War Vets the application and fee. feet' 6 Inches and not more than and civilians employed overseas
Korea
The Death Benefit Fund now who receive their mail through
to greater proportions. inches have a'IIH.UJ of
power 6 feet 4 ,
has a balance of $257100:> while in. APO or Fleet Post Office.

Buster J. Rash, SA, X-2 Division To Receive UN the Miscellaneous Operating Expense 20/20 be uncorrected otherwise In in each excellent eyeand Size and WeightSize
fund has $S:>S.O:: as of last and weight restrictions are
,
sion The eondit'on.Descriptive
: physical
week. the same as other domestic parcelost
North Korean Ribbons on SceneNew P literature concernIng ? except that a limit of 50joundj
Communists I The amount to be paid beneficiaries the Academy and application has been established for
want York (AFPS-United Nations is contingent upon the number forms will be forwarded upon individual parcels addressed for delivery to
peace but the campaign ribbons for award of active members in the Society requests directed to the POs 121, 125: 147 and 179.
I
Russians don't to: troops of various nations participating and the protection provided Commandant, U. S. Coast Guard., Preparation
agree with in the Korean operation would therefore be increased Washington 25, D. C. After application Boxes destined for overseas

s them. Since the under U.N. command are being commensurate with an increase in and supporting paper: shipment; must be of strong wood,
ljpf a" Soviets are shipped to the various governments membership. Since January 1951 have been submitted, appli.anti tietal or fiberboard. Each box
leading the ._ 1 lur_ preaeiiiauuii.AU +10 cugiuit.1I..lhl.e there has only been two deaths will be notified as to their ac should be securely tied with strong
-' '- the members of the Society _e or rejection as candidates -
-
Rash thin" North Koreans veterans among : rord and loose flaps secured with
s in their fight against the Ribbons also are being shipped' which means, of course, that for appointment gummed tape. ,
to command In Korea the amount of protection provided Completed applications must be
United Nations, they refuse to the unified Unless carefully packed and.Ightly
has been exclusive of the initial not later than Jan. 15:>,
-
permit them to surrender The for award 4Jn the scene. postmarked filled, boxes may be
North Koreans are stalling to Eligibility criteria for wearingthe I fee, at a cost of only $2.20 1952 nushed An extra return address ,
save face' for their people, as the blue-and-white striped ribbonare for a period of nine months. enclosed in each package is an

saying goes." : ((1))Membership in land, I Each department has designated .)WCt added precaution to avoid loss Incase
S f f sea, or air forces sent to Korea or representatives authorized to han- the outside wrapper or aJ-
AMC X-2 Division i- for service on be- dle the collection of assessmentsand \ .
John II .Powell, adjacent areas .... dress is defaced or destroyed.
: "TheChinese half of the United Nations. ((2))- to provide information regard- I In addressing the package it is

Communists Membership in para-military or ing membership. Information preferable to print directly on the
quasi-military units designated by concerning the employees in each I Sr wrapping rather than a libel. Use
want their national Governments for department handling this program: complete address in luding first
peace but obligations service in support of UN actionIn may be obtained from the Personnel tame, serial number, branch of
to Sta- Korea and certified by the U.N.CommanderinChief 1 Office or from the Employee I service, rate or rank, organiza-

lin are so great as having Services Operation of the Industrial I ion and post office number.
directly supported' military operations Relations depaitment: Customs declarations must be
they can't back there. I ompleted for parcels addressed to f

out. They are ((3)-Membership in land, sea, Add Barracks On Guaml'ash'ngton I VPOt 10 11, 21, 30 55, 55 124,
76 Y tailing so that or air forces' of the Republic of i 25:>, 147, 179. and 349, New York;
w the Russianscan Korea serving in units participating "' (AFI'S)--Two additional Navy No. 214, FPO, New York
-i wen in the U.N. action under direct barracks buildings and a'! md to APO's 825 through 837,
improve their weapons, infantry command of the U.N. Com- mess hall will be constructed at I M nclusive. New Orleans.
and aerial tactics compar- mander-in-Chief. the Naval Air Station at Agana, Nq Prohibited 'ArticlesIn

able to that of the.United States.1Sailor The national government of any Guam, the Navy announced iccentlj I addition to the articles
.
1 IndivIdual eligible must approve Six banacks already are I normally prohibited in the mails
'''A Funds to Send the award. under construction there. I'f { matches of all kinds and lighter

2 Nil Girls to School --- 'I suppose we'll have to pay foi fluid are unmailable. Cigarettes-

San Francisco, Cal. (AF'I'S- asPI''to' ',., this moment of mad ecstasy!" and other tobacco products are
prohibited transmission for delivery -
Because of the generosity of Navy 4'
' men aboard the USS Philippine II Raise StudiedFor to Austria, England,
Sea, two Japanese girls will have Pay ranee, Germany Italy and
the opportunity to attend collegein 'Trieste. A list of the A.P.O.s and

the U. S. Armed Forces F.P.O.s falling in this category ij
While in Japan, crew members available in the post office.

inaugurated a "Fujiko Fund," : \\astitngton (AFPS) The Christmas Card
raising $2,776. With this financialaid i Greeting Cards must be mailed
two coeds will complete 'Army, Navy and Air Force have. irst-class by November 15: or all'mail
of their existng
undertaken a study
their studies at Asbury College by December 1 if they are to
structures with a view to
Ky., and then return to Japan for i pay have a reasonable expectation of
in
increases present
1'1' obtaining'
work. delivery prior to Christmas
missionary
f" cales. VMS of IUony Order
Under the direction of Assistant If you desire to send money to
To Close Boot Camp Secretary of Defense Anna members of the armed forces

Newport, R. I. (AFI'S)-Thirteen Roenb' <'rg, the> study! Is being overseas, you are urged to use
months after its reactivation, made at the request of Con- postal money orders. Exportation
the Recruit Training Command tress.rgisUUon. of currency to areas where Use(
here recently held its final gradu- In the present sesnuy dollar is not the medium of e".
ation to mark th. end, of recruit is prohibited. Do
,give raises up to Id per hange strictly
training. Complete deactivation of 1.- ttor, :civilian government cmye nestle postal money orders cane /
.t. .
the command which trained over .f cashed at AP.Os and whatever .
D 9; ,iln, line with tie present >
-.. 24000 seamen recruit.has. been- eshi Mv in,. coat of living. the forces an loc.wryu .WM.
set
for October. '
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j Fasron 109. VP-741. Fasion 9 Report rii:

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I. Scouting!i Jacksonville Area Squadrons : '/, : :/ :"': t.::>., (1


Fasron 109 -- --
Kenneth F. Moritz, AK3, and Nor- of advancements in r atlng has "
Richard E Zeigler, ADC who man Buckley, AK1. Jf the results been received from Great Lakes i I
.f i has just completed a six: month on a series of tests taken to Naval Examining Center. (

f tour of duty aboard the French, determine the efficiency of theirs The responsibilities and corresponding -
a:, aircraft carrier Lafayette, ha r
instructions can be taken as a criterion privileges) of second class
? ", been extended a "welcome aboard"for the five men ate doing a petty officers are now charged to ,.

a tour of duty with Fasron bang-up job. Bill McKinnon, Russ Gilbert, Louie Itt Vt J
!
109.A r Lesley, George Watson, Wallace = 1
'
course of instruction at the VP-741 Solomon, Joe Smith, Wes (

}I. Lockheed Aircraft Factory, Burbank Thrgraduates of the University Hartley, Dick Heeth and Larry t
Calif., has been successfully Mills. J I
of (lot-Ida's College of Eng'lneerlng -
completed by Jack Yaggie,, who have heretofore been On the same list John Dilla- JI
AOl, and Robert Brake, A03, and "white hats" serving with VP-741, berry, Bill Farrar, Coy Hall, Bob t
:. these men' have returned to Fas- will soon doff their rating badgesfor Morris and Lee Ball were authorized -
r ron 109 for duty. Sydney Cart, Ensign stripes. to wear the crows of third I ]
ATI has also the unit c
rejoined Among the very first to have class petty officers.Several a I
after finishing instructions at the their applications for commissions new faces are to be' (

a.' Sperry Aeronautical School, Floral approved by BuPers, the trio of seen In the squadron this weekas
Park, N. J. a result of transfers. John II
Gilbert ADE3 civil
Russ engineer
The ever increasing list of ; Steve Havan, AOU1, me- Hahmann, ATAN, reported in I
"brown-baggers" is larger by one. chanical engineer; and Bob .Mor- from Norfolk; Dave Reich, AN, tc

1 John L. Helbrook, ADAN, who ris, ATAN, electrical engineer, from ComFairJax; Phil I Kelly, _.._ ____ __ ..' .... =.
was married October 7 to the for- Charlie Shelp, and T. F. Herman, t
will report to Newport, R I., in BUSY MAN-Robert UN of NAS
the calls
: mer Miss Dorothy Hariill ofGreenville all ANs checked in from Cecil Karr Infirmary, I
November for indoctrination. It himself aviation medicine technlcan but others call him to do
an I
}: C.
S. has the
AOAAs who
joined I Field. The five reported -
is hoped the remainder of personnel I of themselves families their Karr I
I portraits or even prized pets. }
ranks, and together with his bride aboard for duty from NAT-
in this unit who are quali- who wishes "there were 36 hours in a day" to do all his painting, a
will make his home in Jackson-
: TC Jax are Lloyd Avaji, Harry
tied for commissions will soon fol- : is shown working on one of his paintings. t
ville. Clark, Austin Fox, John McGrawand
low these men although the re-
v
Fusion 109 teams are more Dave Peterson
sulting loss of some excellent performances I I36HOUR
than holding their own in con- to the squadron would CORPSMAN ARTIST WOULD LIKE

tests in the field of sports. A naturally be a handicap.A Truman Ok's SelectionOf i .. ..

f record of three wins and one de- long distance flight to Los DAY TO SLING PAINTRobert r ,
I: feat was displayed by the volleyball Angeles, made in order to check Five Rear Admirals I

team after defeating Photo the: performance of their aircraft, Washington (AFPS) President Karr, HN, a Navy vet- J
Lab, O&R and O&G but suffering
loss to Fasron, 6. was completed last week by crew Truman has approved the selection eran of World War II who re- covered his talents and kept him }
a four. of five Navy captains for turned to active duty about a busy doing portraits in his free I
The touch football team rolled
k NAS 21-6 Lt (Jg) George Wertz, air intelligence temporary promotion to the gradeof year ago, is a :young man who ap- time. Wherever he went after }
f over Dispensary but officer, is currently rear admiral. They are: to be accomplishing the that, It was the same story. It
fell of win pears
6. short The a against team defeated Fasron bringing the squadron up to date, Supply Corps: Joseph L. Herli- Impossible feat of successfully seemed everybody in the Navy 1f

bowling on the manifesto of Karl Marx ly, Belmont, Mass.; Walter W. combining two divergent careers.In wanted portraits.
Physical Training and then .
par- Joe Stalin. The Honaker Louisville and (
Ky.
the football and as interpreted by ; the Navy, where he is pres-
revenged
tially losses to Fasron 6 when apparent progress to date of the Frederick L. Hetter, Rock Island, ently attached to the NAS Jax He couldn't get away from por- .. I
volley-ball
down the Fasron 6 Russians is delivered via lectures 111.; Medical Corps: Winfred P. Infirmary, he is known as an efficient trait work and completed numerous I
they pinned
also and sketches. Question and an- Dana, Tacoma, Wash.; and Robert aviation medicine technician studies of prominent citizens }

keglers and captured. second swer sessions follow the lectures, M. Gillett West Oskaloosa, Ia. To most people, this in the area before returningto It
place in the league.Congratulations .
which have active duty with the Navy
proved popular
are in order for very would be enough. But not to Bob Ec

Robert S. Brock, William R. among squadron* *personnel.* She's Cot The Spirit Karr, who is also an accomplished ious shortly in Korea.after things became ser (

Biessman, Marie E. Simpson and Binghamton, N. Y. (.U'PS- portrait painter as well as
I '
( her 0 0 t.. were in .oider last commercial artist. Sent almost at once to NAS
Ann wants to be
Lawrence L. Straub, for their ad- Mary Tuleya a lT
week when Lt Joe Kreller be-
Jax he has found it the
since Ir
Lady Leatherneck, but her
vancements to the rate of air- i weightIs :
man. came "Major" while :Mike Carroll, offering a problem. When slie Born in Birmingham, Ala., he same old story. Everybody wants rI r.J
al I Ed Ek, and Charlie Littlejohn re- portraits! He has painted so
I tried to enlist last Easter, she received his elementary educa- l
'hron 9 I ceived word that they were now tipped the scales ct 186 pounds. Ina tion in Houston Texas, where he many within the past 10 monthshe I

Congratulations ale in order for qualified to wear the "railroadtracks" recent return trip to the recruitIng moved later with his family. has lost"count, and is still I

i Lt. Roy W. Smith and Lt. James of full lieutenants. The office, the five-foot, 21-year- When he was about 20 he decidedto "hard at it. I
H. Digges for their promotions four men are now using their pro- old had skimmed off 48 pounds.She make art his career. Accord Some of his work is in oils, ,

to full lieutenant. motions to advance an argumentthat was informed she has only ingly he went to New York, some in water colors, some inpenandink I

: The speediest Ford south of the the Navy's promotions are I' eight more pounds to go. where off and on he put in about or pencil. The medium }
\ Mason-Dixon line seems to have based on a merit basis. Right, 'I three years study with Harper makes no difference. Bob f
projected "Pieacher" Waters into aren't they!). Johnson and Del Fine, both well Karr paints wherever he hap- +\

a bit of trouble. Evidently the The smoke from the traditional CPO known artists. pens to be, setting up a "studio"in
t stogies should increase in
densitythis available.
rapid running machine didn't ha'equite It was about at this point he any vacant space
week for the October 16 list found time to
I So far he has not JJ
enough wing surface to fly enlisted in the Navy, and was J
I or enough gas to keep wheelingand I NOTESBingo stationed at Pier 92, N. Y. It contact other artists in Jackson- (
so was overtaken by a patrol- Combat Veterans I wasn't long before the Navy disBURLYQQUEEN ville or on the station. He would J
All he needs is time! "A JI
is tomorrow like to.
man when Waters stopped to refuel on tap night - Jt
it. with a jackpot ptize. I 36-hour day would be just about

No sooner had Alfred Gastiger, May Now Wear A regular Board of Governors right" he declares. convincingly

I. AD3, returned to the fold than he I meeting will be held at 1100 October I

was doing his duty on the 24-hour Star On Badge 29. A general assembly ?
FADDO office watch. Evidentlythe meeting will be held at 2000 on Delay ExplainedIn 1

leave did him a world of good Washington (AFPS-A covet- the same day. Four vacancies of
for he even volunteered. ed prize cherished by all soldiersis the Board of Governors will be -1 ; I

Welcome aboard has been extended the Combat Infantryman elected at this meeting. : # NSLI ChecksWashington

from Fasron 9 and Badge There will be a regular dance I
i the Supply Department especially to .Mounted against a blue rectangular held on Saturday night with Diz (AFPS-If) you .. I
the familiar haven't received NSLI &lh'I
background
Ralph Larson, SA, who has just Dufano's Band The music will jour 1
i silver musket and silver start at 2100. idend check jet, don't lose any
i} completed a tour aboard the USS oak wreath signify that at one bleep over it. SjtokeMneii at the ,1
Sea Since
Philippine Larson'shome time in the soldier's career Veteran Administration have
is in nearby Wesconnnet it there was nothing in front of Lcdr. Merchant elaborated on reasons for delay.
1 looks like the young sailor has
his shirt by hot lead. Combat
hit the jackpot. In the first place, it normally
t Not veterans of the Korean campaign New VF-13 CO takes at least three months from
only did James Clark, ADC who won the emblemprior
date of the policy
the anniversary
j win the first football pool but he
to the Korean conflict
nurtured his winning Having received orders instructing to the actual payment of
carefully -
ways may now wear a gleaming sil- him to report to the the dh Idend. During the past
to the
enough follow-
garner ver star above it. office of the Chief of Naval Op- year, however, various complication .
ing two also.
Calvin M. Henry, AKC, who is star Orders for the wearing authorized of the erations for duty, Lcdr EugeneE. F' have set In to offer om ,
were recently by $
in charge of the current supply I the Department of the Army and commanding Seitz relinquished officer the of VF13to reinsas I delay obstacle causing a temporary

training program and has been forwarded to the Far East Com-
going about it in a big way, has mand. As soldiers arrive in the Lcdr. Robert E. Merchant ina One of these l 1M the requiringof
been assisted the well change of command cere- address tvanU. Servicemen a
ably on organized States on rotation from the bat-
project by Rutherford tle front the star is becoming increasingly monies at Hangar 114 Tuesday have been urged to fill out these 1

f Hunt, AK1; Robert Haines, SK3; familiar. morning. card", (Un form 461) ho that
Lcdr. Merchant has just returned the YA ,,1II1"ow where to semi
from the Mediterraneanwhere their checks. To date about
< he was Flag lieutenantand 1,700,000 card have been received
q. Aide to VADM Matthias
with more Mill to come.
Gardner Commander Sixth
:Secondly, there are the complications
f '0 :,a.s., ,...Sn Fleet. brought about by the
Both officers received their
flight training at Pensacola and free $10,000 Indemnity law. a ..
servicemen had
Many !signed
remained at Pensacola as flight
waivers before the
instructors until 1943 when they anniversary
t
date of their pollde\ came
received orders to sea duty. Commander
ha.ear' around. This meant added computation
Seitz was attached to
and caused further
composite squadron 10 and later a '
in the overall
delay picture.
became operations officer fom
VBF-14. The bottleneck due to Increased

During the same period Com- accounting and paperwork

mander Merchant was operations has been broken, however f

officer for VS-40, an anti-sub- and the check are expec't'tit
marine unit in the Caribbean He ( to go out at an increasinglyfaster
later became operations head for pace within the next few

composite squadron 7 in the Pacific months
i I i '

From 1946 to '48, Lcdr. Seitz Correction w
was executive officer of a train-
ing squadron at Pensacola, then The story in last week's J"x

underwent a course of instruc- "And Air News headlined "Advanced

".d tion at the General Line Schoolin the band plays the polka, while Methods Taught Students"at Aviation

NEW EM UNIFORM-Roger Lawton, AA, of Airman Prepara- Newport, R. I.< from whencehe she treading the Electronics School, should
t tory School at the Training center here, models the new zipper. was designated executive offi- boards In a burlesque theater have read Aviation Electrician '

style, slash-pocket type trousers which made their first ap ar- c r 0 i ht \J n- A c pely Vir- School. Th error WM a misinterpretation .
x ance among Center personnel last week. The fr< part ihe'f of /act The corrected I'

i the new front, with place for belt, and the rear '. It tUcker, reference should read "Ad.

t of how pickets are placed. The uniform will not, I Through vanced Methods Taught Studentsat "
2 issue until sometime in 1952. work: Aviation Electrician School. ..
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pSix Bits' EVER HAVEKEATMS 1 TOID DA COACH
NO BODY 3 STIFF ARM B LOCK LI
; A CIVA wAY
WAS
M001'3.1 p13
STOP .
15 GONA THROWN ON (A

In need of a bathing suit Tues- _

day was Clarence Moeller, BM:
who took the traditional dunk-
ing in the pool after being made
CPO

Fifteen years after he left high
school, George Poindexter, AKC
was awarded his high school diploma -
as the result of success-
fully completing the qualifying
GED examinations. At the same
time and in somewhat the same i
manner, Bill Fielder, YN2 com- ;:.i-mow''
pleted his first year of college d RATTLED ON ';+ yZ4+'Q jr'
through USAFI. .. v, THIS KAY F :,: '+ ,i,,a! .
The squadron may rest on its 1r' I ti 1 1' ep/.r I ) V' A'a V Iy r,' t l., Crt
laurels temporarily after having
copped an "excellent"' in the re-
cent personnel, material and admmistraUve ''l WHAT HAPPENED TO c yi' isc f' "Y f.w,

inspection.In I.-'J BAIL ? 1 HAp IT IN vlEw A 6YE5 FOLKS THIS 15 A ,,, ,, ..,+ "- ;t k -- ,
a recent shuffle of CPO's, AGO. ; GREAT PlAYWISH YOU 1a, %'r-'' ii
Henry Osman, ADC picked up 1? .'f9' ._MINUTE__.. __,. .. ,w COULD SEC IT FROM THE \k' '. t'r'j s r i, '1r.. i
the reins in Education while ,; VIEW I HAVE WE'LL LET I
Steve Dobay, ADC (AP) movedto YOU KNOW HOW IT COMES iii. 1ih i. 'ti y ;L, .C r

operations and Mike Pripeton, \li,
ADC (AP) went to Athletics and % /.}
Recreation. Osman received some
help in the "Ed" office with the ,
arrival of Bill Ziegler, AD3 and
the return of his two -
;yeomen '/ -
who were on leave.Congratulations* cA> ;QUIET0 ;

to all the new JXx-- > x

"crow"' bearers, including, Sly-
vester Richardson, AE2, Arlos H X 'AillRIDIRON
Bullock, AE3, Bob Beers, AEAN, ,5 ON THE j
John Dvoroznak AEAN; Buddy FOR ME TO USE
Fazekas, AEAN; Fred Lawall, it \\Yyvr v .+j I (. r Jt l't MY HEAD TODAY. ? i I I ,
AEAN, Robert C Barrett, AF2.
Ken Kimball, AFAN and Bill !I
Lyons, AF AN.
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Also sewing on the perched J
eagle were, Dick Bradley AD3; Open To All Hands
Gerald Jahr, AD3, John McMa-
naman, AD3; Don Farber, AN;
Louis Gaskins, ADAN; Billie Question And Answer Forum Provides Enlisted
Hester, ADAN; Arthur Razo,
AN Mike Cassano, ADE3 Rob-
; ;
ert Lewis, ADEAN, Joe LeFran- Men At NATTC Opportunity To Air Grievances SALTY HUMOR FROM ;;
cois, YNT3; Don Gibeaut, PNSN;

Gab Champagne, AM3; Hugh Th e &I'1'1"0.'' Ques ti on an d A n- I -_- HERE AND THERE
Hutchings, AM3, Bob Nee, swer Forum set up to handle either submits it to his representative Naturally, however these ques-
AMAN; Bill Schultz, AT3; Geo. problems of Navy personnel in or places it in a "Question tions cannot always be answered A motion picture comedy on
Mozier, ATAN; Lee Satterwhite, this area was held at NATTCenter and Answer box located in ] either I satisfactorily without I the screen showed a bevy of shapely -
in
for
a plunge
ATAN, Tom Taggart, ATAN, last Wednesday with Comdr. his division. deeper research or the answer girls disrobing
old pool. They
"the
John MacFarlane, AKAN; Jerry If division officer may not receive the widespread swimming
John A Gamon, executive of- his can an- had taken off shoes', hats
Disch, SKSN; Jim Gibbons i ficer of the center presiding, swer it, he does so and forwardsthe attention it deserves and so this and coats Just when a passing freight
AKAN; Harry DeFusco, SKSN,
has
council come into being
solution to the
concerned
SKSN Organized with the objectiveof person train dashed across the screen and
Dick Weeks Bob Switzer
providing enlisted personnel If he can not answer it "It is anticipated future meet- obstructed the view.
A03 Dick Bo-
John Cleare SD3
; ; opportunities to air grievancesand or if he considers it to be of ings will continue to bring out
lin SN Charles Gibson SN When it passed the girls were
,
wide general Interest, the division the same type of excellent
to of wide ques-
present questions
Fred Bulot SN and Nelson in the water. An old
; Rapp, frolicking
officer forwards it directly tions as have been presented.
AOU2 interest, which are not ordinarily Arkansas farmer, who had never
4 ;- answered by the division of- to the executive office. Every effort will be made to before seen a movie, saw' the

The "Nhile Hat" this week is ficers personnel officer of the Then thoroughly researched find' the answers and supply thewhy' show once and then stayed over,
Louis R. Leone, ADAN of the legal assistance officer, the Fo- by a delegated member of the to all hands in order to At last the usher came over and
prop shop who has just signedon rum is held monthly, usually on forum board, the question and make this training center" a real- tapped him ()n the shoulder and
the dotted for six more. Leone the second Wednesday of each resulting information is dis- ly well-Informed one. asked, "Aren't you ever going
has been with FASRon 6 since month cussed at the next forum meeting Although Comdr Gamon is home, we are about to close up
completing boot camp in the lat Student, Instructor and officer It the question warrants "head man" of the forum activities for the night?"

ter part of 1948 personnel are all included in the further thought, it is brought up Comdr. William Hood, director "Oh, I'd like to wait awhile','
He was twice commended for Forum with an official panel at the next forum meeting, if of training, or Comdr. said the old farmer, "one of the
not it will be given to the inter' William C. Rivers, military personnel I
exemplary work The first time being composed of Comdr. I times that train is going to be
when as a plane captain during Craig: McKee, legal officer, Lcdr. ested party. i officer' will also conduct late'!" ,
. .. .. May and June of 1950, he received Robert Barnes, personnel officer, During the final period of the I some of the meetings. ___ I,

the praise of his commanding and Lcdr. James McConnel, superintendent monthly forum, impromptu A couple of spotting pigeons
officer for fine work Later of maintenance questions or comments from the were flying south from Pough-
when one of the aircraft off the training tloor are accepted and an attempt keepsie one Summer day, One of
USS Tarawa was forced down All rates, from airman apprentice is made to answer theseon I them looked down. "Say," he
.. near Orlando, he and another AD to chief petty officer, the spot. If the problem asked, whats going on down
took off in a pick-up and got the are listed in the 50 man enlisted proves to be a stickler, the per there,"

pidgeon back on its roost TheTarawa's council of the Forum which son doing the questioning is ad- "It'8 the Poughheepsie Regatta .
skipper made the com operates as a link between the vised to submit the question in I ," cooed the other. "I just put i

mendation personnel of the various phases writing for further research. I I everything I had on Columbia!"
and schools of NATTC and the SIn "
official panel Conulr. Gamon's concluding Consideration* A woman who ",
tIn statement of the first meeting, I shoots her husband with a bow ,
order to submit a questionto which went a good bit over the I Monday morning the Time Section and arrow because she doesn '
the Forum, which is open to time allotted for it, he stated: 'I welcomed back Carleen Smith I want to wake the children,
anyone who can get,the time off "It is emphasized that most who just returned from three I --
to attend, the individual pre- questions can and should be answered I months leave, Carleen was proudly j I Chief: 'I never talk about any-
pares the query in writing and by the division officer." displaying pictures' of her 6- thing I don't understand."
weeks old son. Virginia McLaughlin SN: "Yes, I've heard about your ;
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was all smiles this weekrea- great reputation for silence." ,

son. Hubby, Mac, returned after
(Visit The Red Shield Club, a 6 months cruise on the Coral The meanest thing you could ,
topside, Navy-Beach bus station, ,S,2nt\YACa I Sea Walker Crevasse is in Miami do to a woman is lock her in a It.
coiner Clay and Adams. Consultthe a this week attending the .: room with 1,000 hats and no mlr-
bulletin board in the club on American Legion convention, tors ,
your next visit to town). i
Lcdr. James Darnell, assistant
Thursday, October 18 e$IeDII resident officer in charge of construction She: "The baby has swallowed ",;'
Panel Discussion { AaS I has really been shaking the matches"
Friday, October 19 a leg (the broken one) getting in He: Here', use my cigarette q
2ooo-2200-Squue dance in- "
I practice for Friday night He lighter <
lit stiuctions refreshments during I __
.. I plans on discarding the brace for
intermission, t
the o:casion Then there was the co ed who
Saturday, October 20 I soaked her strapless evening gown .,.
2000 House, Dance with Jimmy Merkel of the Typewriter y
-Open In coffee so it would stay up all
orchestra I Shop says there was good night. :
Sunday, (f'toll.'r t 21 fishing in the Canal this past *
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'. R .., weekend. He measured led bass
1500--Glee Club; 1630-Coffee a
r Sgt.: 'I miss the old cuspidor
hour celebrating boys' birthdaysIn I 28 inches long Sam Graham, Her- since it's gone"
bert Nelson' and Von Eberstein of *
month of October. before
Y :: Pvtj: "You missed it .1 i
Monday, October :21 I s dON Maintenance took a short inspection that, why it's gone."
Game night. tour of Mosquito Lagoon
October 23 dowrraround Banana River Roy :
Tuesday, Ship's Barber; "Shall I cut your
Home' Arts" night, in the Joyner had a nice trip to Key' hair?" I 139
kitchen. Make records. West and said the fishing was
I Hash-mark Harry: "No, just 'j
ednewlay, October 24 fine .wash it, and let it shrink" '
2000-2130, Dance instruction. Transportation welcomed back "i
w Joseph Henry, Albert Dixon and her the interesting' sights of Florida -,
Thomas Williams Monday morn- )
Traffic ViolationsListed TilE TRAIL OF HONEY-"Thar's honey in them thar Ing after having been on sick Marvin McDonald reports avery '"':

below are the traffic via trees"-would be an appropriate reference to a couple of Cecil leave. Elsie Clar k transferredfrom enjoyable trip .to Corpus -3 I
lations committed aboard this sta- Field's towering pines, John. Thomas, AKC, of Fasron 9, and the Time Section to the Christl, visiting relatives. A crew
tion for the period October 4 to Gaylord Ganglolf, AK2, who discovered the drone of honey bees Transportation Division this week. i from Public Works got up a party :
11 : quickly built a bee-hive and began the task of transferring the Althea Hicks la happy to have Saturday night and danced to :W"i
Multiple Offenses: D. A. F s.a- creatures to their new ironic The trick was to pick through the her mother Mrs. George Gammon I Charlie Green's orchestra at Pot .
fell. AA. mass and entice the Queen Bee into the box. The mission was accomplished from Duluth, Minn, visiting her. 88. They feel that the facilitiesare
Miscellaneous Offenses: L. W. without a sting, and now Fasron 9 Supply has its own She will be quite busy' for the I excellent for our dance torno

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Browne Capture Scoring Record Set


Weekly Special FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT Hospital, Fasron 6 Share Top Spotin


Football Contest I.. THE WINNERS NAS Touch Football ActionNaval

Games for Saturday, Oct. 20 Hospital and Fasron Six scored decisive wins this week to
Despite another wicked Satui go Into a deadlock for top honors in the NAS touch football circuit.
day of upsets, Sgt. Joseph Brown (Home teams in .right column) Both lead the pack with three wins and no defeats.

of Marine Air Detachment his at Army .,..........*......................vs................._............ Harvard Hospital went on a rampage to STANDINGS
NATTCenter won rating
among top notch grid prognosti Columbia _...........................vs.._................. Pennsylvania smother Supply 62-6 to set a scoring \v. I.

cators by winning last week' Cornell _.................................vs.................................... Yale record in touch grid competl. Fasron Six ?...................... 3 O

Football Special. Browne got 16 LaFayette ............................"5.......:................_... Princeton tlon. Utilizing their speed, the Hospital ___........._._._...........3 0
out of 20 on a tough Saturday.In North Carolina ....................vs............................ Maryland medics scored nine I touchdowns, Operations ?.............?....... 2 1
fact the Marines seemed to i NARTU ..............._........... 1 2
have 'monopolized' all honors las Northwestern .....................vs-................................... Navy one safety and converted for six Fasron 109 ..........._........... '1 2

week. taking all three prize: Michigan State ....................vs....................._... Penn State extra points. Schnetzler led the Dispensary ...........?........... 1 2

Sgt. Richard E. Farlee of Marin< Notre Dame .......................vs...._.................... Pittsburgh with parade Westover with three Chester touchdowns, FAETU ............................ 0 1
of NATTCente: am O & G _........._..,................ 0 2
Air Detachment Villanova ................._............vs........................... Kentucky Walsh each allying two TD's.
and 'M/Sgt. Loyal: Judd of NAR Supply _...................... ... 0 2
TU both missed five predictions Illinois ................................:vs....:.... .......... Washington Fasron Six pioved Into a firs ..

On the tie-breaking question Far Indiana ..................................vs.......................... Ohio State place tie with a hard-fought 12.0

lee was declared second pla.e winner Tennessee ..............................vs......:.?................... Alabama triumph over stubborn NARTU McKee-Sherrill

Browne, while Judd thus wins took third first prize place.ot: Auburn .._U'............................vs...................... Georgia Tech pointers Reitman for and the Rosen Fasrons tallied, NARTL six-

$3.00 cash award; Farlee win: Vanderbilt ............................vs........._.................... FloridaL. held the edge in statistics, garner Annex Four-Bali

himself a case of soft drinks from S. U. _..............................vs............................... Georgia Ing five first downs to two for

the Navy Exchange drive-ir Tulane -................................vs........................ Mississippi Fasron, but were unable to den'
counter and Judd claim: the scoring column.Candidates.
drinks TV-xas ........ .. .....................\8.-- Arkansas Links TourneyCraig
the free meal chit to the civilian
cafeteria. Southern California _...........vs........................_.- California
Called McKee and Sher-
Most entrants missed the Flex- Santa Clara .........................vs............................. Stanford Larry

ida-Auburn, Navy-Rice, Purdue- Oregon _................................vs.........................U, C. L. A rill defeated Dave Sweeney and

Miami and SMU-Notre StateWisconsingame Dame Fat ris Island _....................vs........................... Jax Navy For Initial Cage Leo Marchel one-up in a hard
frays. The Ohio fought match to annex the station ?..
which ended In a 6-6 tie (Predict the score of this game) four-ball links champion. "
was declared a loss
automatically Practice MondayCandidates ship last week at the local course.
on everyone's card. All ties are t's...............................- Florida
losses unless specified. The finals match was not decided .
wishing to try for until the last hole when
Holy Browne Cross-Tulane, the winner, Villanova-Ala-missed the Name._........................................... Rate IRan k...,........._.__ berths on the 1951-52 Jax Navy Sherrill sank a 10-foot downhill
bama, Ohio State-Wisconsin basketball team are urged to report putt to give he and McKee the
Purdue-Miami games. Unit Assigned i T 0............................_..........Phone..........__ to the Mainside Recreation title.
Building No. 3, Monday, Oct. 22
Rules Steve Corneliussen and Mark
at 1600. Bramblett teamed to cop the
Bob StringerWins 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof With football heading down first flight from Andy Leschak: .
each winner by .placing an (X) or checkmark after the the final stretch, the Fliers get and L. E. Platt. ,. ,
team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) an early start in basketball this H. L. Webb and Jim Mauldin
Pistol after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. year, with the first varsity fray paired to take the third flight
Z. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties slated shortly after the final from A. E. Atkinson and Chuck
count as losses unless predicted. grid game. Bollegar in the finals. The sec
Shoot HonorsRobert 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the All positions are open and all ond flight has net been completed
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with personnel aboard NAS will be yet.
S. Stringer AKC, representing the most nearly correct score will win the contest. given equal opportunity to win -5 S .
the Jax Navy Pistol 4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con positions. Until such time when r
team, took high honors in the the is cut down to nor
sidered. Contestants must make all 20 selections plus indicating squad
Second District Peace Officers' the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. mal size, candidates are expected Three Prizes For
Tournament last Wednesday at rescheduled for to have their own equip
5. In the event a game is postponed or
Gainesville. any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final ment. Football ContestThe
Forty contestants from all over .

Florida watched as Bob, shootingthe ratings.6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 Jax Air News "FootballSpecial"
45-automatic, came within Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration CALLING ALL GUNMEN contest now offers
two points of breaking the existing Building. Anyone interested in forminga three prizes to the top three
national record for the National 7. All personnel, with the exception of personnel of the muzzle loading gun club are selections. .
Match Course. lie fired a Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest. requested to contact Ensign First prize is a $3.00 cash a
score of 292 out of a possible 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Thomas Ray of VP-5 at extension award; second prize Is a case
300 to take the trophy. 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the 8345.Two of soft drinks deposit free,
In the slow fire match Stringer Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. from the Navy Exchange drive-
fired a high 188 out of a possible 10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case In drinks counter, and third
200 to win the match. The na- of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. Clubs Share prize is a free full course meal
tional record for this course is ,
at the Civilian cafeteria, now
195.Stringer Volleyball LeadFasron operated by Morrison's.
won two prizes. He is None of these prizes, it is admitted
an instructor in the Airman Green Cove Takes 4 of 6 109 and Fasron Six are anything too fancy,
Preparatory School at the Cen share the top spot in the NAS in. but most sports fans enter
ter. tra-mural volleyball loop play aft- such contests in the spirit of "J
v The entire Jax Navy Pistol From Jax Navy Mittmen er three weeks of action. the thing, and the Jax Air
team will fire Sunday, October 21 Both Fasron clubs are unbeaten News contest is no exception.
in Atlanta. in three outings with Overhaul Hundreds of entries pour in
Bantamweight Freddy Farr Training and Joe Lissy of Green & Repair and Ordnance- each week, proving that regardless
of NAS scored Jax Navy'sJone Cove battled to a draw at 142 Gunnery close behind with only of the prize, the Navy "'
Smoker Set decision in an action- pounds. Burrell drew blood despite one loss in four games. in this area has the best bunchof -

packed six-bout boxing cardat Llssy's backpedaling, and the STANDINGS sports fans, and sportsmen,
crowd of 800 booed the no-decision \V. I.. to be found anywhere And
For Oct. 25 Green Cove Springs ship- ruling.. Fasron 109 ........................ 3 0 too they are about as savvy as
yard last Wednesday night.The Bob Ritter of Green Cove de Fasron 106 ........................ 3: 0 can be found anywhere in the
At MainsideNAS Mothball Maulers won four cisioned scrappy Jack Cunningham O & R ................................ 3 1 nation. In fact, many of them
outs-a second-round knockout, NATTCenter Marine and O & G ............................._ 3 1 do much better than the so-
a TKO a close decision and a former Golden Glover, on a ref FAETU ..........................? 1 3 called experts.
will stage its first smokerof referee's award. One bout endedin eree's award. Cunningham rocked Supply .............................._ 1 3
the fall on Thursday, Oct. 25 draw. .. ...... ...
a Ritter repeatedly but failed to Photo Lab ... .1 3
at 2000 at the Mainside gymnasium Farr decisioned Mark Meyers for knock him down, then lost the decision FAW-11 ............................ 0 4 Cecil NATTC
with Jax Navy's ring squad
Sax Navy's only win. Meyers,
for hitting in the clinches ,
meeting an opponent yet unnamed.To despite a weight advantage was Frank Carpenter of NATTC
from ref-
warnings tbe
do battle for Jax Navy will dropped in the first round and following Commissary lost by TKO to Oscar Hold In
eree. Sway
be Captain Freddy Farr, bantam again in the third with solid Albaugh after missing a punch _'
weight; Jackie Cunningham, featherweight punches to the head. Slate Keturn Match and Injuring his elbow in the first -
; Paul Taylor, middle Jorge Torres of Green Cove Heavyweight Ted O'Neal of round. Carpenter looked good LinksCompetition
# weight; Carl Burrell, welterweightand outpointed Tommy Johnston of Green Cove knocked out Huck against the more experienced Al
Tommy Johnston, welter VF-14 In a close decision at 147 Gilchrist of NATTC in 55 sec baugh in the first.
weight. pounds. Johnston had timing onds of the second round with a The Jax Navy ringmen will Cecil Field and NATTCenterare
Also on tap to add to the eve trouble and had difficulty closing salvo of hard right hands to the fight at Raiford State Prison Sat- showing the way in the tournament station \
ning's entertainment will be a with Torres. head. Gilchrist, game but shorton urday night, and Green Cove's intra mural golf front in
tumbling team consisting of Gil will visit NAS In a return with Cecil out in
Ilurrrl Gets Draw experience, ran head on into fighters National league and the Center -
the
Whitaker and Bob Miller both of November 15.
match
Carl Burrell of NAS Physical O'Neal's vicious counterpunches. holding the lead in the American -
NATTC. Ken Bonine of VF-13,
will display his skill on the parallel loop. ,8
bars. The Four Swedish Bell f 4 kA Cecil holds a four-point marin -
Ringers from NATTC will also appear ; over second place Fasron 6
on the bill. n the National while the Amer-
Music will be provided by SIReamer's can race is beginning to tighten -
Trio with Dick Siodla up. NATTC has a two-point ti
on the piano Don Pelletier on the dge over second place NAB6- '
accordion and Bill Johnson at the Administration, with Su p ply
drums. Q w lose behind in third spot. NAT
TC and NAB6-Administration
s battle this week.
slated to
are
Amos Alonzo Stagg, 89 years
young, begins 52: yeau of coaching Golf Standings
a this year-the longest coach National
ing record in football. He is assistant Pts.

to his son, head coach at Cecil Field _....---.----.-.22 .
Susquehanna Univ., Penna. Fasron Six _..-...---.-...... .18 .. ':
d aRegimental FAW-11 ...._.._...__........-._14'i .
grid teams at Ft. f 4' Fasron 9 ._._..._--_.--Gi
Benning, Ga., will get the benefitof NARTU :......__-____........-5 Mi
topflight coaching this Fall. ComFairJax ___........ ...._.5 .
Major Harold W. Kopp, former American

line coach for Herman Hickman at NATTC .... .............--....... ......_.12
Yale will guide one squad. Frank _. _.10
.,""MIt T.mIll'll1' i'IR1' 1 -- NAB6-Adm _- _-
Spaniel, Notre Dame backfield .. _.._. _8
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Post Nine Drum and Bugle Corps from Supply
American
;, star in 1949, and Capt. Clyde TO APPEAR IIERE SATURDAY The' Legion _.._"
Ehrhart, former Georgia Rose. Jacksonville will perform at the Jax: Navy-Parrls Island football game here station Saturday participated afternoon.The In. Operations Hospital ___- ....___ .....-.. ...._.- .6
t Bowler, and/later with the pro group, which includes several military: and civilian personnel from the Com-PW-O&R .....,......... ..5Page
state champions.
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Break The Bank"



i11F 27-7 Navy's For Fliers Second will try once more LossJax to get back into NovelBowlingContest .!:


: the win Column on their home grounds Saturday afternoon, Set (

taking on the Parris Island Marines, one of the toughest

service aggregations in this area. Kickoff time is 1400. '

The Fliers, who fell before Eg- back Bill Sichko, formerly of At Mainside
lin Air Force Base 27-7, last
Pitt Sam Vacanti! ;
Saturday at Eglin will have ; quarterback Something new in the way of ,
Purdue and Baltimore Colts
their hands full for the second or ; bowling competition-a "Bowlto
end Mike of Florida "
straight week. Coach Knickel- Kelley ; Break the Bank Contest, will
could not get their halfback Billy Mixon of Georgia; be inaugurated at the Mainside
,, offensive Rex Boggan tackle from MIss-
'"""" "" clicking well enough bowling alleys Oct. 27. J'
Leo end from
against Eglin, which showed sur- issippi; Goodlow Idea of the contest, which
William & Dan
STRIKE!-The cameraman catches a bit of action in the NAS prise strength in decisioning the Mary; Hunter will run from Oct 27 to Nov
tackle from Miami U. and
intra-mural bowling loop during the match between Fasron Six locals. 25 is this: x
Frank Rindoni of Tennessee.
and Fleet Air Wing Eleven. On the left Ken Walters one of Parris Island is a real power The bank will be started with
I'A\-U's top keglers sends one down the alley, while GeorgeBaranski house having won and lost two Locals Hurting five dollars. Persons entering
right, of Fasron Six, tries his toss. Walters has beenaveraging frays to date, but have looked Coach "JT" Hill brings a clubto the contest will notify the atten-
170, while Baranski averages 160. Fasron took 2 of 3 good in all games. One of the Jax that works out of the T, dant and as they register they
.., from the Wing lads to move into the loop lead. losses was a 27.13 setback at behind a powerful line which plunk down ten cents into the

the hands of Fort Jackson con- averages about 215. The back- bank.

I'I'Aircraft Maintenance Marines sidered the No. Service team in field is fast versatile and deep Anyone bowling 250 or more
enough to field several good
the nation. will break the bank and a new
Star-studded Club units. The first string backfieldwill bank will be started. If no one

I Top NATTC Touch Grid PlayAircraft read something this: Sam bowls 250, within the space of
The Islanders outplayed Fort
Vacanti i, formerly of Purdue at Oct. 27 and Nov. 25, the nearest
Jackson all
the accordingto
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way quarterback Bill Hayes and
; bowler to 250 will 50 of
Maintenance strengthened Lieutenants 25-6, and the irst the statistics. Fumbles cost Billy Mixon at halfbacks and get %
the
its grip on the American Lieutenants won by forfeit from the Islanders the fray. The Ma- Bill Sichko at fullback. bank the second highest
30% of the bank and the third
League lead in NATTCenter's intramural I the :Medics, who withdrew from rines dropped their opener to
touch football loop last grid competition. tough Wofford College and have Injuries and transfers have highest tally is worth 20%.
week while Marine Air Detach- a a since beaten mighty Quantico been playing havoc with the Competition in Break the t

ment took clear possession of the Marine Air took over the Na- Marines, 20-14 and the Little Fliers, who are lacking in re- Bank will be held on Satur-

National top spot. tional League lead with a 14.6 Creek Amphibs. serve Several strength. will be madein days and Sundays only. Any
Aircraft Maintenance won by victory over Training Facilitiesand The Islanders lineup is filled the starting changes line for Saturday's and all military personnel are
forfeit from Athletic and Recreation a 9-7 squaker from ANP) with former college stars, including tussle with Parris Island, eligible to enter. ;
and beat Personnel, 19-12. Billy halfback The alleys are open from ;
Students. AK Students, once tied Hayes, with the backfield remaining .
.. John L. Sullivan passed twice to for the top spot, dropped to third flash from North Carolina; halfTT.cre's about the same. Bob DePasqualiwill 1300 to 2100 daily. For further
Charlie Hedges and once to Charlie information, personnel should
? -despite a 12-0 win over AO Stu- continue to handle the
Kerr for the Airdales touch- consult the attendant on dutyat
dents-when they lost to AE Stu- chores with Mike
downs; Chet Ingram convertedonce. dents, 20-6. Reason Norman quarterbacking and fleet-footed, Darrell the alleys, located in Building -
Defensive stars included 3, Mainside l
AE's win, coupled with a 29-0 at the halfback spots.
Bill J. J, Spang .
Landgraf McLaughlinand
victory over Training Facilities, I
George Minihan will be at fullback
Stan Woodworth. propelled the Electricians into sec- For Lack O// .
Supply climbed to the American ond place. ANP) Students won Airman School
The big change will be on the
with a 31-0 trounc- ,
runner-up spot
by forfeit from the winless AO
ing of AO Ship's Company and a Students. Sports News line where Billy Hopkins and
forfeit over Athletic and Recrea American League George Shotwell have won them Student Clubs
selves a starting berth at end;
tion.
W L T Complaints reaching the Jax Conrad and James Rice
A/C Maint _......................7 0 1 Air News office from sports Walt .
will hold down the tackle slot, -
y ANP) Ship's Company moved Supply ..............................:3: 1 2 fans and station athletes of and Pacing Bowlers
while Jim Heck newcomer
from fifth to fourth in the Amer- Personnel ..........................5 2 1 lack of NAS intra-mural cov-
Bob Duerr will start at guard.
ican standings with a forfeit win ANP) Ship's Co. ..........4 3 1 erage can be answered in Just Bob Martin will Teams from Airman School and
from the Medics and a 12-0 victory AO Ship's Co..3 3 2 three words. Joe Kurash or AO School held down the three ,

over AO Ship's Company. Ath. and Rec .................2 5 1 No sports writers! hold down the center position.The top spots in both NATTCenter in-

., Quarterback Dick Walsh scored First Lt ............................1 5 2 Since the Jax Air News lost American Legion Post tramural bowling leagues after I
once for the Airmen on a pass National League its sports writers several weeks Nine Drum and Bugle Corps will last week's play. ,
from Wayne Olmstead and againon W L T ago, a call has been put out provide entertainment during ANP( ) Students held a five- ""c

a pass-and-lateral play with MAD ..................................6 1 0 for personnel wishing to fill the half-time intermission and during point edge in the National Leagueand
end K. D. Nelson. The Airmen AE Students ....................5 1 1 vacancies, but as yet no one the fray. ANP) Ship's Company Blue
intercepted six passes three by AK Students ..................5 2 0 has filled the bill. I moved from third to second. Three
WIngback Dick Ris. ANP( ) Students __.._...3 3 1 Sports fans must be patient Four Deadlock In teams were tied for the American

Personnel whipped the First TraFac ...................._........1 6 0 until such time as the Jax Air League lead while the surprising-
Blind Play
AO Students ....................0 7 0 News Is able to Fasron 6 row, connive abduct, pillage, Four linksmen tied for blind place and Marine Air jumped from
seventh to third.
The new baby has its father'snose or kidnap a couple of sports bogey honors at the NAS course place
and its mother's eyes. Yes, writers from somewhere. last weekend with J F. Jackson, ANP( ) Students Red notched '. '
and if grandpop doesn't stop lean- Any Interested personnelwho Capt. Lester K. Rice, Don How- the week's American League hon '
Takes Keg Ing over the crib, it's going to would like to lend the de- ard and Comdr. Billy Chase ors for high team single game 7:$
the honors with 80's.. 841 and high team series, 2309. ri
have his teeth. pleted staff a hand in gather- sharing
ing sports, either part time or Jim Zwarschka was closest to Abell of AE School posted the
Lead
Loop "Dear Mom," wrote the pi ivate. full time, can contact the editor the pin on No. 16, Comdr Chase high weekly average, 178, and ".. "1
"Your is good mine had the longest drive of 270 Bennett of Air Fam rolled the
guess as as In room 123, Main Administration -
Fasron Six is leadingthe way about where we're going. They building or call extension yards and Comdr. Ed Morgan had high single game 212.
in the NAS intra-mural bowling 'gave me shots for yellow fever I 8184. the longest putt of 23 feet on No. National League laurels for the ,
with O & R and Fleet Air I
league
and a fur cap." 18.Aa week went to ANP) Ship's Company '
\ Wing 11 close behind.In Blue, high team single game
recent action Warner from 858, and ANP( ) Students Blue

Fasron 109 bowled a blazing 590 'J','j rr'. :>.<:f.> '.'t"l' : )::::., f ; _, \'Vi.: 'T : ':'>:.> ;'"'"('".'?.EtF....'d'q.,' t;,: ,.:.,.. .'.....,'.' ..,,'"' high team series, 2438. Larsen of ;5 ++
set, with games of 169231190. ; '' : .' '' A.H, .: f w : (.(' weekly average, 181, and high
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: 244 to take top single game r I' Fourth< week league standings
honors to date.FAW11 '
i and point scores: I
possesses the high :\ .1. American League
three-game set total with 2540 AO School Ship's Co. Red.23 1

, pins. In last week's maple knock- : : ANP( ) Ship's Co. Red..._.._..23
, ing it was Fasron Six taking the :-..... ANP( ) Students Red ?_...._...23 "
measure of FAW-11 by a score ..... Dental .. ...?..21 >.

of 31. Schlief bowled a 513 for MAD ............___?.?._......?....19 I
I the winners while Senecal has a AE School ........._..._..._......_...18
496 for the losers.In Air Fam. ......._........................18 1
other matches VP-741 ((2)) First Lt ...............?..........?.......16
split with Supply; VP-741 ((1)) Ath. and Rec. ......._..................11 .
beat Personnel 4-0 and Fasron Photo Lab. .................................. 8 '
109) defeated Fasron Six 3.1, with WAVES .............__.............?...... i.
.. Kachik leading the way. < Medics .. ....................................? 4.
National League .
STANDINGSW.
L. rti.Fanron ANP( ) Students Bluff ?..........29 ;,.
.. . . 12
Six 6 17
.. ....""..... 11 4 16 ANP( ) Ship's Co. Blue............2* I
AW11. ............,11 4 13Kotron AO School Ship's Co. Blue... 23 '' 7
109 ........... 9 3 13 Personnel............_>..................21
VP-741 (1) ":::::::::: O 8 .1 7 10 11CnmFalrJax .._ Shop Stores ......_........___.20 ;
Hospital............. 8 7 10 H AK School Ship's Co. -_13AK
PT&R ................ 8 7. 10 Pete Farrell of Fas- Students ............___ 8 ''1 .
NARTU back
TOUCH GRID ACTION-Walton McKenzie [is stopped by
KAtTU .............. 7 8 10 ,
S upny| ..... ". 6 9 9Commissary ron Sit as he attempts to steal a bit of ground in their NAS Intra.mural touch grid fracas. Fas- AO Students __... -_- 8
VP-741 (2) ."H" s in the Pharmacists __ ._._ .._....6
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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 18 October 1951

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Salvage Program Saves Money ,

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CLASSIFIED b' '_ _

.. Pounds Of Metal
e BULLETINItems 1,500,000 Scrap


( offering for sale articleof : a .v'ti 1J' Collected Processed In One YearIn
property such as washing machines <: ,
automobiles, furniture, radios -
.f. line with the current drive for metals vital to defense production -
like is -
and the
prohibited
clothing the Naval Air Station has collected and processed in its ownsal
Defense Departmer
regulations.by This column wll, vage yard during the past year approximately 1,500,000 pounds of

however, list such services 811 scrap steel.
The bulk of the steel is
scrap
available housing, rides wantec, supervises all construction in the
lost and found articles, and other derived from the Overhaul and
area; while still more is assembledand
similar notices). ix Repair Department, whose vast
screened in the various fleet
RENT
FOR shops employ thousands of skilled
Single rm., 4715 Beverly Circl< personnel who work on aircraftor units attached to the station andat
Perkins, Ext. 311 or 594. aircraft parts. Cecil Field.

2-bdrm. furn. ,apt.. $85 per mo, The U. S. Navy has always
1422 Wolfe St. Mrs. Bonne, ft Another supply comes from the made the salvage of waste materials .

2-0746. Public Works Department which its active concern, issuing directives
622 N. 1st St. Jax: --- ------ --
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Furn. rm., -to all shore establish-
Beach, week-ends or perm. :Mrs SCRAP SALVAGE OPERA- ments detailing procedures to be .
Young. TION-There is nb wasting of fallowed. ,
Furn. rm., 2789 St. Johns Ave, metal here at NAS, thanks to t .

Mrs. Pierson,.Ph. 2-1118. a complete salvaging and proc- "i Nothing IN scrapped that can be
Unfurn. 3-bdrm. house garage essing of scrap metal at the sal- reused or repaired. That whichis
.
4462 Merrimac Are. M. E. Ha vage yard. Crashed and discarded ''i beyond repair is salvaged as
gen. aircraft, top photo is scrap. At the station much of
Furn. 2-bdrm. house, $85 per mo.., salvaged and brought to the tp t// this scrap is obtained from worn
Murray Hill. George W. Graham yard where it is stripped of all out parts, obsolete equipment,rot
Ph. 2-8580. uable equipment before being ted out pipes that must be replaced
Furn. 2-bdrm. house. Miss Turch, cut apart by acetylene torch by damaged aircraft. Stored

Ph. 2-7396. one workman, while another 1S.55L; m bins at O&R or collected elsewhere -
Furn. 2-rm. apt., $45 per mo. 442J stands by with hose as a safety in large steel drums-which,
Hiawatha St., Ortega. Mrs. L precaution.A are salvaged with their contentsthe --
B. Mabley. commercial trailer truck, scrap metal is trucked to the
Furn. efficiency apt., pvt. bath, bottom photo is loaded with ,. r, salvage yard where it is sorted JI
728 Lomax St., 5 Points. Mis;: scrap metal at the salvage yard and sold to local dealers. ...
Hiatt, Ph. 77882. here, maintained by the Sup- The salvage yard maintains its
Furn. 6-rm. house, 5123 San Juan, ply Department. A truckloadof own furnace for melting aluminuminto
Lakeshore. Mrs. Tenny, Ph. 9- the metal goes out every two ingots. These and other met

9407. weeks. als are sold on the market or by.
Furn. rm., 1515 Aberdeen Ave
running contract, consistent with
Mrs. Turner, Ph. 2-6370 after Carries Ball
Skipper the Navy's policy of utilizing its
1800. resources to the best economic ad-
Single & dbl. rms., reas, 1447 Av. As New Ensigns Cheer vantage.
ondale Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz,, I a >
Ph. 2-5930. Newport K. I. (AI"PS1'he)
Furn. 2-rm. apt., (2 apts.) 419 OHIcers Club was the only place Ordnance School f
Ph. 4-3481. that a graduation hall could beheld '
Park. Mrs. Monk Holds First Party
2-rm. furn. garage apt., $65 per but it was the day before
mo., also 2 rms. furn., 260 Park, graduation and 362 natal: officer! The Ordnance School at NATT-
Mrs. Bessie Houston Ph. 8-2770 candidates hadn't receil l their Center held its first party at the

3-rm. house, apply Mac's Lunch, commissions! 1.t't. I Knights of Pythias Hall in South-
Wesconnett. What to do? side last Friday. Approximately
Furn. 4318 Shirley Ave. C. CAPT Breezing 250 people were on hand.
rm., The Commanding Officer,
J. Williams, Ph. 27346. Ralph C. Johnson, had the solu- .0 & R Dinner was served at 2000. Cold
l'urn. rm., 4030 Ortega Blvd. Mrs.. tion. I, ham, turkey, cold tuts, and the
AroundPlanning served. Music for
Mary Carter Ph. 2-2101. Members of the first Officer trimmings were
Will share home, 3947 Herschel Candidate S'hool11.\ .." receivedtheir dancing followed the dinner.
Mrs. Hudson, Ph. 8-2474. gold bars! a day ahead of -- I Edwin Hall, AOC, was the mas-
Furn. 4-rm. apt., 2636 Myra. Mrs.. "schedule, Group were making the world more and ter of ceremonies.
W. H. Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. a The Manufacturing Schedules more Atomic Bomb conscious
Furn. 4-rm. apt., 1602 Pine Grove Branch welcomes the followingnew Such names as Bikini-Operatior Craddock be given a big red Navy"
Ave. Mrs.. J. J. Delaney, Ph. Civilians Asked employees: Robert F. Bowers, Crossroads--Guided :Missiles and rose for being such a "stickler
Scholarly staff assistant, Chief
2-1356. Aviation Metalsmlth who trans- Geiger Counters were most famll- of
Unfurn. 2bdrm. house, $80 per (Continued From Page 1) ferred from Structures Branch,, iar. Gilbert H. Paul, ADI, Assembly Guy A. Jones, Jr., Main Inspection ..
mo., 5239 Woodcrest Rd., Kings- and Stuart H. Ralph, Machinist, and Repair Division, coulc office, always ready to do a
bury, Cecil Field, Ext 226. quate The essential" reserveis who transferred from Machines add to the news because he was: good deed, has been thumbing
Furn. 2-rm. apt., 1637 Ionia St. not being created. Branch. one of the Navy men aboard ,the through the files and studiously
Mrs.: : Myrtice Crews, Ph. 6-8602 What would be the reason for USS Shangri-La during the Bikini compiling information for lettersof
after 1600. this lag in civilian donors one Beverly M. Hagen is happy over A-Bomb test. recommendation on enlisted per-
Furn. 5-rm. house. Mrs. Kirkland may ask? Those who have already her promotion to Clerk Typist, sonnel expecting to be transferred.The .
usual
Ph. 2.1677 donated will be the first GS-3, effective Oct. 14, and her Paul shows the modesty Chief refuses to admit that
Furn. rm., 2130 Dellwood. Mrs. V. to declare that "there is nothingto reassignment to Class 265 Material and reticence of Navy personnel he is beginning to look a mite thin

Thompson, Ph. 74355. it." Schedules Blanch. discuss but did any admit personal that experience the Bikini:, and that a gray hair is peeping

FOR SALE All personnel should bear in John Nazal, Material Division indeed wonderful anc through. '..
tests ,
,3-bdrm. house, 4317 Colonial Ave. mind that their "wound" is noth- Supervisor, is on leave attendingto aweinspiring.He were Harvie E. Ward, Jr., Process

John Kayser, Ph. 2-6878. ing but a pinhole through which business in Alabama. recalls, they were kept sc and Accessories Inspection division .
:5-rm. house, garage 1028 St. Clair the life-giving fluid flows. The Harland G. Lewis, senior civilian busy with preparations for the has been having a rugged
St., Woodstock Park. Mrs. Ab- government is only asking all to supervisor of the Planning Group, tests that they did not have toe time in the Riverside Hospital .
J bott. I sacrifice a pint of that blood- is enjoying a much needed vacation much time to worry about what from the same division is WarrenH
t 2-bdrm. house, 4819 Sefa Circle, not the life that creates it. with his wife in Colorado might happen, and that during the Thompson who Is still in the a
Lakeshore. Mrs. E. R. Hensley, where they plan to get close to evidence of fear Veterans Hospital at Lake City,
Ph. 8-3878. Field Will sell $3,100 equityfor nature and do some deer hunting. tests he saw no under Fla, Also on the sick list are e

+ :5-rm. house, $600 equity, $42 per $1,600, payments $62.50 per The Planning Group's shrimp among current the of excitement men-just and an tt'nse'ness brie N. Smith, Equipage, Finish

mo., 6144 Transylvania Ave., mo. Mrs. Cahill, Ext. 527. feed at the Zoo Friday eveningOct. as if they were watching a and Flight Test Inspection division -
Wesconnett. H. F. Allen, Ph. MISCELLANEOUSBxp. 5th was enjoyed by everyone. and Lawrence H. Pratt, Assembly -
of sport.
2-0195. I baby sitter. Mrs. G. W. Approximately 100 pounds of game not suffered and Repair Inspection Division -
has
2bdrm. house in Corpus Christi, ; Campbell, Ph. 2-8500. shrimp were consumed. Paul, fortunately, from who are still having rough
to NAS and Cabaniss Planning Group personnel are any serious effects
conv. : days.
sitter. Carol Dodson, Ext. is in
Baby radioactivity. In fact, he
requested to give planning reporter -
Congratulations are in order forLcdr.
556. that
Clerk such good physical condition
I Mrs. Betty P. Pasco and Mrs. Frederick C. Kidd i ,
Riders wanted Vicinity South. Accessories he was recently accepted as a
TheatreGuide Typist of Shop 434,
of "Maria Jeanne"
side & Riverside, 0800-1630. Bet- Parts Procurement Branch, news donor in the NAS blood drive.. proud parents
who has arrived from stork-
ty King, Ext. 582. items of interest This courageous guy, who has land. just
Riders wanted-Vicinity St. Nicholas been given five medals and
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Times Square, Riverside, Inspection Item awards, is from Pensacola, Flor-
MAIXSIDK 0800-1630. Mrs. Fouts, Ext. 405. I Newspaper headlines in 1946 ida. He enlisted in the Navy in Procewj DivisionVincent .
Thursday, October 18 1939 at the age of 19 and plansto J. Rio, Quarterman
r "Cave ofOutlaws" stay until retirement. Metalsmlth and Paul B. Chapman

MacDonald Carey Laverne M. Lee, AA, messengerin Quarterman Metalsmith, are workIng -
has at the Labor Board this week.
Friday, October 19 the Main Inspection Office,
"You Never Can heard remarks about "insult be- Ualph Godwin Metalsmith, Shop

Tell" ... ..... .Dick Powell ing added to injury." Now he 3277, has just returned to dutiesIn
Saturday October 20 knows. Astride his trusty mechanical the shop. He has been on loan
Buck steed (bicycle) he was to Planning Group for some time.

Privates" .. ..Abbott & Costello giving Paul Revere's historic rec- Chief news items from "Shop .,
Sunday\ October 21 ord close competition last week 3232 this week is the'anticipated
"Alice in when he made contact with a vacation of Edwin H. Garrison, ,
Wonderland".Kathryn BeaumontMonday plane tie down cable and performed Leadingman Metalsmlth. He plansto
October 2'i a typical flying trapeze return home to the Blue Ridge

"I Was A Communist for r yaifs .t' act. Mountains of Carolina, Person- ",
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the FBI" .. .. .Frank Lovejoy 3 : SLAGs The kindly Navy doctors patchedup eel of Shop 3232 are overwhelmed
Tues. and 'Nt., Oct.: 33-21 his head, ,administered to his with glee as Garrison has been ..

"Silver City".... .. Yvonne DeCarlo YA many cuts, bruises, scratches and away Horn home so long it is possible
NATTCenter ; skinned parts-looked with sym- that one of his friends or
Thursday, October 18 pathy at his beautiful black relatives might confuse him with ,
"No Highway in the "shiner" and started him on his a Revenoocr, thus giving us the

Sky" ....................James Stewart way. Lee stopped for chow and- possibility of getting a new supervisor
Friday, October 19 out of nowhere-a big wasp .
down and bit him under
Buck swooped Garrison, who prior te World
Privat s".. ....Abbott & Costello the'earl': War II, lived so high up in the ..
Saturday, October 20 nountains that he had never seen
"You Never Can The ""Chattanooga Shoe Shine the under side of an airplane, expects < ..

Tell" ............... .. .. .Dick Powell Boy" is not open for business in to be away'one week.
Sunday, October 21; the Main Inspection office That Two 'new arrivals welcomed in
"Jungle pop, pop slippety-slap sound is his shop in the past week are
Manhunt"...Johnny Weissmuller Chief Michael A. George shining Mills V. Weeks, Metalsmith and
Mon and Tues., Oct. 22-23 HOT COMBO AT ANCHORAGE-Letting loose with strainsof ap the Inspection Group Chief'sbadge. II. E. Weatherby, Metalsmith

"Alice in that hot number "When The Saints Go Marching In," the red- George is inheriting, a [elper. "' '_ ..,."t.'I.: l t
Wonderland".Kathryn Beaumont hot swing combo, above, holds forth at the Anchorage Monday mighty big pair of "shoes't from ;-Cb14t Woo1ey,.H"Inspector,at ShopMfem i iHH
WedOOliday, October 24 through Friday. Better known for fast numbers the group is Chief Wlllard B. Craddockrtofe*'U .
*''I 1. Was a Communist for versatile enough to handle any type of music for dancing at the yearning for his orders. 4:ilJol.p"* ,' ,;t.. *, to NorPage -
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Uu FBI" ....__.Frank Lovejoy Anchorage, the rendezvous for enlisted men. It is recommended than tild tt. f-elk.- 'y' ja ".

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