Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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)1 3,000 Pints First Monlh I \ I

Blood ProgramReaches }

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,cI I-- H 4 4 Quota i

) '"'"w" 3, E The Naval Air Station
.. .. ct qt J,.acksonville Blood Donor Center
-' jtiJl last week reached its first lonth's quota of 3,000 pints of

Ied' ing blood men.in answer to the nation wide appeal for blood for fight /

t Just 29 days after Capt. Wil- I
d liam E. Kenna, Overhaul and Repair However it is being pointed out,
Officer on Sept 17 donatedthe that although the Jacksonvillearea a
I first pint of blood to the has met its quota for the ;
s a Armed Forces Blood Donor Program first month, it did to with over "
II I- James H. Crombie, AA, of subscription from several com-' ;
I- the Airman Preparatory Schoolat mands, which made up for the
NATTCenter gave the pint lack of subscription from others
i) which brought the program hereto namely civilians. Civilians were
I" its quota of 3,000 for the month. expected to donate at least 25
. Some Under Quota per cent of the quota but local

...., Donors who helped meet the civilian donation has dropped to(
t u..... 3I'Q.w; :t'.nm.. quota here come from the Fleet only 8''a per cent
NAVY GIVES BIGGEST RED FEATHER DONATION-The real effect of the annual Navy Reserve at Green Cove Springs I NAT'1C Lead Way
l Charity Carnival was felt last Wednesday when a check for $24,481 was presented by the Navy Cecil Field, Mayport and local The program here at the NAS
l to the Jacksonville Community Chest. The largest single contribution ever given to the Chest locally commands including NATTCenter, I Infirmary started slowly, but
the check came from funds derived from the Navy Charity Carnival held last May Capt. Fleet Air Wing Eleven Fleet Air picked up steam and never once
Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer, presents the check (above) to Chest Campaign chairman Jacksonville, Naval Hospital, NA- failed to gain its weekly quota.
l -- Franklin G. Russell as Tom S. Baker, Chest president looks on. RTU, and NAS Jax Blood collected here is shipped to
Philadelphia for processing and
L New Style Navy then within 72 hours it is being
used on the battlefield in Korea.

,. J 'Y'I The Naval Air Technical Train-
Suggestion Forms ing Center sparked the first\
.. month's drive locally, with the
slogan "Service Blood for Serv .
Being DistributedNaval icemen." Entire classes volun-
I teered 100 per cent.
Air Station ; I Comdr. William C. Rivers, mil-
ployees will soon get Jax a view em- VOL-9 No. 30 U.S. NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. 25 i Oct. 1951 itary personnel officer of the Cen-

of the Beneficial ter expresed.\ great satisfaction at
new Navy '
!F Nj vn:l:
Food Handler YTlakk xW >Q. Ma the Center's answer to the blood
Suggestion Forms which are campaign "Overall cooperation

being distributed throughoutthe of both the students and ship's
r station, Course Given company has been amazing and
'f the number of donors has reachedour
The new form is a result of a he de-
fullest expectations,
Department of Defense study to 700 Here I clared.
design a format which would meet t I Lcdr. Robert Barnes enlisted
needs of .agencies within the
Realizing that a touch of food personnel officer at the Center
Department, and which would sim- I
poisoning can put a man out of declared, "We have refused 10")
plify procedure for submitting a action Just as effectively as a bul- ti2ai volunteers a week. These men
beneficial suggestion.The I let, the Air Station put its cooks, volunteered in excess of our quota,
new Navy Beneficial Sug- bakers and other food service per- i \ and we couldn't accept them at
gestion Form is a complete formin sonnel through a food handler (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 1))
itself providing for the expla- training last week. Wi .
nation of a suggestion, the ad- program
dressing of an acknowledgement The course attended by 700 mil- Form Plans
receipt i and the required para itary and civilian food handlers, iL,
was staged by the Navy in co- .
graph releasing the United States t'm.:
from liability upon the use of a operation with the Duval and Clay ; For Annual
worthwhile beneficial suggestion. County Health Departments and
the Florida State Board of Health. "
New Type Submission :
.r :
Employees making suggestionswill Program directors included E. Xmas Party "
now have the opportunity of Russell Jackson, supervisor of the .
designating whether or not they state health agency's food hand- -
Date and time of thestation's
wish to have their names distinguished lers training program, and Chief' _______mm' ___ place
Warrant Officer James Marcello, annual 1 Children'sChristmas
as the originator of the 3,000th BLOOD nOOn-Catt. Julius C. Early senior medical I
Jr., sanitation officer here. Party has been
idea. This new form provides a officer, and officer-in-charge of the Blood Center, congratulatesJames
space for employees to indicate Two Daily Clause! II. Crombie, AA, of Airman Preparatory School NATT- I announced by the commanding
Lasting three days the course,
their desires insofar as having convened at the NATTC auditorium Center, who became the 3,000th Blood Donor at NAS. The 3,000th officer, Capt. Douglas T.
their suggestions identified by pint the quota for the month in this Pativent HA
on Tuesday, October 16. It was area. Henry Day, who also appointed Capt.
number The only during side processing.of the form consisted of lectures with illustra- and Ensign Laura Lundy also offer congratulations. Charles A. Dittmar, seniorhaplain
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\\.0 (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) tive films and slides on food Another First For lax ,' to head the planning
..I handling, conservation and sani ommittee.The .

Veteran of Korea tation.classes were Morning scheduled and afternoon for the Jax I IIEPS Friday,party Dec. will 21, be at held the football at 1300

convenience of personnel. 0 Ii R Pioneers stadium on Yoiktown. Childrenup
Operators of restaurants, and
I Conflict Is First other public eating places in Du- to 10 years of age, whose par-
... ents are attached to NAS Jax,
val and Clay Counties were invited -
NATTCenter, NARTU and Fleet
Fleet to. attend. Reseorch units, are invited to share in the
ChaplainReturning Held Regularly Project outdoor festivities and to receive
Capt. Julius C. Early senior
to the United. States medical officer of the station, pie- I appropriate
sided over the school. The It's another first for the Naval Air Station, as well as Honored

scarcely months with a month the ago Fifth after Marine eight were welcomed by Capt. D.groups Turner the U. S. Navy, which through BuAer jumped ahead of the Honor children guests will of nine be underpriv-Jackson-

Regiment in Korea, Lt S. Kenneth Day commanding officer. Air Force and the Army when it designated NAS Jax as ileged ville institutions. According to

Johnson, Chaplain Corps, U. S. (Please Turn to Page. 2, Col. 2) the "pilot station for the development, installation and evaluation custom, the chief petty officers oC
Navy has reported for duty with ? of the Engineered_ Performance Standards Project." the station will conduct a fund-
the Staff of Commander Fleet Air
raising campaign among themselves
Weather OutlookThere's The latter hereafter to be
Jacksonville known as "EPS", is a long-range riod has been set up. to provide special gifts for
His assignment here marks the All Will Participate all nine homes.
research project designed to ex-
mild week-end in
first time that a Chaplain has a plore ways and means of improving Everyone, from top level down, Names and ages of children who
store for Jax, according to the
served with fleet units based at
NAS Aerology office. workplace layouts and design will participate Capt. William E. expect to attend the party must
NAS, Jacksonville. He will main Friday Partly cloudy with ot equipment; reducing fatigue I Kenna, Overhaul and Repair officer be registered with division offi-
tain his office in the hangar gentle to moderate Easterly and identifying opportunities to I declared. By June 30, 1952, cers before Nov. 6, Captain Ditt-
spaces of Fasron Six where he winds. Continued warm. improve performance It is ex- the Bureau of Aeronautics hopesto mar said. Several hundred chil-
will be on call to aid fleet.person- Saturday Clear to partly pected to become an important element have sufficient data assembledto dren above the 1800 who attended -
nel with their personal problemsand cloudy and light variable winds. of effective achievement develop programs of a similar last :year are expected to be
to conduct religious ceremonies Somewhat warmer. throughout the Navy. type at all other major Naval air reported due to increased personnel -

as required. Sunday-Partly cloudy with Pioneers in the development of stations. especially at NATTCenter
With Fifth Marines light scattered showers. Gentle i: the project are employees of Ov- These programs will be basedon (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
Chaplain Johnson, who was i iI Southeasterly winds and contin- erhaul and Repair, where a nine- guide lines established locallyto
called to active duty in September ;ued warm. I month research and evaluation pe- determine use of EPS in projecting -
of 1950, joined the Fifth Ma- i operations and processes; No Hitchhiking
rine Regiment last February in FIRST FLEET CHAPLAIN Rear the potential use of EPS in Pub-
Wonju in southern Korea. He was Adm. Osborn I). Ilardison Commander lic Works and Supply Depart-
with the Leathernecks throughthe Fleet Air Jacksonville, listens as ments; statistical methods and reports Regulations SayIn
furious fighting of Chung Chaplain S. Kenneth Johnson, recently necessary to compare actual -
-. chon, Hwachon, Inje, and on to assigned to Admiral Ilardison's staff, performance with EPS, and the interest of safety, station -
the Punch Bowl about thirty miles explains a project he has in mind for training programs for personnel. authorities are increasing
north of the 38th meredian where his work as Fleet Air's first Chaplain.. Intensive TrainingThe vigilance in preventing Navy
United Nations forces are now _.- next 21 weeks will serveas personnel from soliciting rides
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battling the Red aggressors. It is r a training period for a group either on or off the station.
in this sector that the recent selected through a series of apti- Attention is brought to Sta-
bloody battles of Heartbreak Ridge 8 tude and intelligence tests. This tion Regulation, Article 1948,
were fought. group composed of about 15 per- effective July 1, 1951, which
Served Aboard Mrllae sons, will receive Intensive train- reads: Hitchhiking by Naval
At the time of his recall for ing in methods analysis and tech- personnel.attached to this station
.. duty with the Navy, Chaplain f niques of setting standards is forbidden. Patrol of-
Johnson was pastor of the First Comdr. 'Marvin L. Thaxton, In- ficers shall apprehend any vio-
Presbyterian Church in Ephrata, dustrial Management Officer, said. lators of this regulation and
Washington, which he had organized The' first test was held Tuesday make a prompt report to the
and started constructionin for about 500 applicants fromO > Executive Officer.

191G. He started with only & R, Public Works and Supply Bus service is available for

i twelve members and total assets Departments.The those lacking car pool arrange-
I et two..vacant lota. Four and project was officially in- ments and will be used for
one.11yearsa. ,.i-later. ;"'when"" be augurated Oct. 12 by Rear. Adm. transportation away from the
left, t s John B. Moss, assistant Chief, Bu station.
(r o' ;. (Please Turn to Pare J, Col. 2) .
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SAX AIR NEWS 25' October 1951

r Report From Washington

Ja: >> -1.J.L itti' L ( Navy Mobilization Planners Hold ConfabForm

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

..Station Jacksonville
Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Joint Landing Force Board
Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer

Comar. James H. Armstrong. ....._. Executive Officer (By '
Lt. Gordon D. WalkerPublic Information Officer A "mock mobilization" of Reservists high- A Joint Landing Force Board representing

Fleet Air Jacksonville lights a conference of Bureau of Naval Person- all Armed Services has been established at the

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison CommanderCapt. nel mobilization planning officials and classi- Marine Corps Schools, Quantlco Va., to solve
Allen Smith Chief of Staff fication and research officers of the several mutual problems in the landing.force field. Lt.

Fleet Air Wine Eleven Naval Districts, scheduled in Washington Oct. Gen. Franklin A. Hart, USMC, is board presi-

_.. _..,.__._.. Commander 15 to 28. The conference is studying latest dent.
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._..____ .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton, ___ Chief Staff Officer Navy plans for Reservist mobilization and per-
sonnel classification and distribution tech- Vacancies In 28 technical training courses
Naval Air Technical Training Center niques. will be available for Air Rescue Service per.

Capt. Lester K. Rice .__..____...,. Commanding Officer sonnel in the ZI beginning in December

Comar. John A. Gamon, Jr. _._._.'...._.____._ Executive Officer The Air Force soon will launch its huge base Courses available range from aircraft propeller
Naval Hospital construction program both in the U S. and in mechanic to motion picture photographerand

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer overseas areas. Authorization was included in construction foreman covering a wide field
the construction bill enacted of technical
Capt. Guy E. Stahr _Executive Officer military recently training. .
providing $5,864,301,178 in building funds. Base "I

NARTU programs for the other Services also will get Personnel of the Naval Hospital at Ports-

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer Officer underway with provision for new constructionas mouth, Va., the Navy's oldest hospital, recently *
Executive I
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. well as rehabilitation and expansion of exist participated in ceremonies honoring Surgeon

ing installations. Thomas Williamson, first commanding of.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration ricer of the 121-year-old institution. Navy

building. Phone extension 8184. Staff personnel of the Infantry School, Ft. Surgeon General RADM H. Lamont Pflgh at.

Editor-Andrew H. Pianey Eenningr, Ga., are scheduled to discard the tended.

Staff Members; Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones JOSN. Third Army shoulder patch for a new Infantry *

The JAX AIR NEWS i. fuDlisned weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, School shoulder sleeve insignia. It displays a The Army Ordnance Corps has developed
JlClL.Icl1lhe.'lorld.., ana printed commercially with non-appropriated fund blue field bearing the white "Follow Me" motto plastic shrouds to replace scarce and expensive -
at no expense OV. 1945. Copies; are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station
Naval Air ReSet ve Training Unit. Naval AuxlJury Air Station, Cecil Field and the shipment of Ordnance materiel.
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The .
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.without The commanding officer, Scott AFB, 111., desires Legislation has been Introduced in Congress e
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted
tne written permission ol Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other biographical information concerning the to establish a National War Memorial Theater
matter except by service publications Is piohlblted without! permission otEligible late Cpl. Frank Scott, for whom the base was and Opera Commission to construct and main-
Keillor: JAX AIR NEWS. named. Available records indicate that he was tain a national theater and opera auditorium in

the first enlisted man to lose his life in an air Washington, D. C., as a memorial to all mem-
plane accident. bers of the Armed Forces, living and dead.
For Release ? .
The plane in which he was a passenger
crashed at College Park, Md., in 1912. The The Army Medical Center has opened a new
pilot was a Lt L. G. Rockwell. Persons who cardiac laboratory for the diagnosis of heart

knew Cpl. Scott or have knowledge of the accident disen es. It will be operated jointly by the

here How It Works are requested to pass the Information Army Medical Service Graduate School and

along to Scott AFB. Walter Reed Army Hospital. r ,

Down the discharge trail every day go hundreds of Servicemenwho .,.'...,..' :., ,' .' \.v ";; -'

civilian have life.Within completed. their tours of duty and are now returning to ': ,:::, :>: .. .<: ; : ::; : Seek To Form

the next few months,, Art League For
and checked out
charge papers,
however, many more regulars and
reserves will become eligible for Yes, that's the "72-hour" dis- Local Artists

discharge-and from them suchqueries charge, Sailor, which to date has

as, "What happens ? How cut red tape to a minimum, provided Responding to what seems to

long will it take?, etc." will be- fast, efficient paperworkand be a popular demand by station
come more numerous. put this separation businesson personnel interested in paintingor
an assemblyline basis, drawing meeting will be
of these
answer some ques-
(AFPS). held in the station library over
tions, let's take a look into one of
the Navy Exchange at 1900 Wed-
the separation centers
nesday, October 31, to consider
U. S. Naval Sta-
tion-, Brooklyn, N. Receiving Y., where th"assemblyline" Food HandlerContinued 0' plans league. for organizing an art

three-day processhas
averaged 80 discharges a day. ( from Page 1) Discussion of such a project f ,
has been going on since last
R.U. Out, IJM3: USNR, who Among those taking part were Tentative of ob-
spring. means
Comdr. William F. Lyons, preventive -
recently was leleased to inac-
studio instructorsand
tive duty here, is typical of the medical officer; Dr. A. Y. taining to space similar, in
access groups
Covington, director of the Clay
naval men who will receive their Jacksonville have been
County Health Department, Green developed -
discharges in the near future. E. dependent on the interest of
Cove Dr. Thomas
ship in the Far Springs; sufficient number of station
Roger was on a ..; a
who holds similar .
Morgan, a post K ) >
East, and his command (overseas) with the Duval County Health artists, professional or amateur.

was authorized to detach him Department at Jacksonville; Lcdr. Active in promoting the proj-

three months prior to his date of John M. Hirst, malaria control ect are Mrs. Donald Gately, Mrs.

discharge. officer; Lcdr. Guy N. Stroud, com- __._____ ____ _u_ Margaret Clees, librarian and ._
Arriving at the RS, he was Robert Karr UN.
officer Dr. Edward R. ,
logged in and put in a receipt missary ; Division of CAPT. SHARP BADE FAREWELL-NARTU commanding of- those interested in formingan
director the
Smith fice for the past 15 months, Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, is shown
line, where he was recorded on a Nutrition and Diabetes Controlfor art league are urged to be
muster sheet. Next, being a pet- of being "piped over the side" between four "side boys who linedto present at the Oct. 31 meeting.
the Florida State Board
officer he "man the rail" as the Captain left his post here last Wednesdayin IAll I-
ty was given a personal
Health; Dr. L. L. Parks, director
Trusso NAn.TU's
change-of-command ceremony. Anthony -
Interview by Classification. Com- '
of the state health agency's Bu- officer will arrival of
pleting his first day among the reau of Preventable Diseases. Comdr.executive Easton IS. Noble, Nov.be J.tue .in command until the Veteran of Korea

transients, he was sent to Separa- Food handlers' training pro- .. -.
tion where pay and service forms (continued nom rage D
are held regularly at the
Here completed.The grams twenty-fold and the church buildIng .
station to insure proper food con- -end
second day found the dis- servation and sanitation.THEY'VE was valued at $90,000.

chargee taking his physical and Ordained in the Presbyterian

dental examinations, and a blood LEARNED HOW Ministry in IOU, following studyat
test Another visit to Classification tllinf 74 Notes Waynesburg College, Waynes-
where the records are again San Antonio, Tex. (AFPS) burg, Pa., and post-graduate workat
checked, ended this day. City detectives, voting for officers the Western Theological Sem-

His stay here terminated on the in the police association, cast from inary, Pittsburgh, Pa., Chaplain
morning the third day when he 50 more ballots than there were Johnson was pastor of the First

was paid off, received his dis- members present.'Armor NARTU Presbyterian Church in Monessen,
Pa., until 1945 when he enteredthe

Test Suit' Navy Chaplain- Cores for the '
Army to t It is evident to many of the first time.

fellows that blue uniforms will ing out cigars for a new poten- He served aboard the USS General -
Washington (At''S-The Ar- tial NAVCAD named James Eric
lack of Of
-- -- shrink due to use. McRae (AP-149) on the east
testing of new ar-
my plans early Hollod who weighed 6 pounds 2
of the same fellows
course none
coast and later was assigned west
mored designed by the
clothing when he landed
are willing to admit that the ounces on Sep-
coast duty in the USS La Salle
Corps protec-
Quartermaster tember 24th. Also William F.
cause of the apparent "shrink-
(APA-97) to his
prior dischargein
bullets and low
tion against ve- age" is due to the addition of a Moyer, ADE1, welcomed a new 1946 when he went to Ephrata
locity shell fragments few extra pounds in the wrong baby girl on September 12th at .
The equipment to be tested places.All the St. Vincent's Hospital. His
both In the U. S. and Korea In- little angel's name is Linda Gail ;
members of VF-741 had DIVINESERVICES
eludes armored 1 packets, several the opportunity to make this and she weighed in at 8 pounds

designs of body armor, armored rather embarrassing discovery 5 ounces.

seats for liaison airplanes protective last weekend when the first dress The smiling face of Lt. ReimanA.

device for the eyes of rehearsal for the soon coming MacDonell was missing from
yx troops engaged In mine clearIng this weekend's drill. He volun- "
annual military inspection was AT THE STATION CHAPELS 14.
and similar operations, and teered for active duty and his

a plastic helmet considered superior held.With few minor corrections orders arrived this month. He re- Protestant .
to the tel helmet now a ports to NAS Atlanta for refresher 0830-Morning I Services, All- -
inspecting officers declared that
In use.The Saints
the squadron will make a high
body armor and other protective rating for the important occas- Foul weather last weekend 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL ._
devices were perfected ion. Chief of Naval Air Reserve gave all pilots a chance to catchup 0930-Sunday School, Small Cha- -
revelations the :Med-
following by Training, Rear Adm. Lucian A. on ground school and also to pel. .
ical Services that the majority of 1045-All Saints Chapel..J
I with
Moebus, comes to Jacksonville to get better acquainted their
wounds received in action are due I '
look over NARTU and its "Week- squadron collateral duties.
to shell which fragments have lost and small-of end Warriors" for the annual in- 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed ...
arms fire most Neglected
y I ward's
their velocity. spection. Figures Chapel.
0930SEdwards' Chapel (Catechism

Laminated nylon, glass fiber Three proud papas were "bust-
_Springfield, l\lass.-lIa1f of all Class). :
and plastic are the principal ma- ing their buttons' this week. Lt.
terials used. John M. Smith is walking the the rejections for the WAVES, 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.

First troops to receive the ar- floor with a brand new daughter I WAC and WAF result from applicants 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel-

mored jackets will be the Army' named Karen Lynn, weight 6 I being overweight or underweight c"- ?".- .Mormon, -I ,o'W ,
litter bearers who venture into pounds 14 ounces, born October7th.
the thick of battle to rescue ': according to local recruiting -: 4v

Bullet Stopper wounded men. Ensign George Rolled is pass officers. ;

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October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

.. < Station Traditional 40 Ala Indianapolis '


Some sailors build model vessels Currently', he is a part ownerin CVE, in the Pacific. He also
St. Edward'sThe as a hobby during their a racing car worth some took part in the invasions of
("Station Dialogue" provides an leisure time; others construct $11,000 and serves as a driver' the Gilbert Islands, Tinian and
opportunity for military and civilian traditional Forty Hours scale replicas of aircraft. or mechanic for it whenever he Iowa Jima. For his combat
personnel of NAS to voice Devotion will be held this weekend Dut Charles T. Young, avia- can get to the dirt tracks. He service he was awarded two
their opinion on a question put at St. Edward's Catholi tion chief electronics technician is licensed as a mechanic by letters of commendation and
to them by a Jax Air News reporter adoration of Unit Citation.All .
with the
Chapel public attached to Composite Squadron the AAA. Navy
). the Blessed Sacrament in memory Sixty-two at Cecil Field, He got his training by help- of Chief YOUn/11I/ exploits
of the forty hours that Christ prefers to speed around a half ing to "warm-up" cars on the on the race tracks Have not
(With Naval Air Station Jax !in was in the tomb. mile dirt track in a racing au- tracks near Philadelphia. He been without incident. Duringone
the midst of the Blood Donor The devotions will open with tomobile during his off-duty participated in his first race in race at the Mt. Holley
Program, the Jax Air News dispatched a High Mass: at 0630 on Frida hours. Mt. Holley, N. J., and has track he "spun in" when he
a reporter to the Blood with the St. Edward's choir furnishing Young, who Is 29 and whose raced at tracks in Pennsylvaniaand raced around one of the banked
Donor Center to get the initial the music. On Friday eve home is in Philadelphia, Pa., New York. In 1939 and turns at an excessive speed.
reaction of the individuals immediately ning at 1930 there will be a sermon began driving racers-the same 1940( he worked as a mechanicfor The net result, in addition to a
after their donation. by the Rev Herbert P. Me kind that roar around the track Ted Horn of Paterson, N. cracked up racer, was three
Nally, S. J.. of Green Cove at Indianapolis in the annual J., at the Indianapolis 500-mile broken ribs which sent him to

- Tony Manchura, SA, Commissary Springs and Benediction of the Memorial Day classic-back in races. the hospital for four days.
1 Blessed Sacrament. 1940. He has been interestedin Chief Young enlisted in the Chief Young frankly admits
Store\ : Again on Saturday there will the specially constructed Navy as an apprentice seamanin that he loves to drive cars at

"This is my be a High Mass at 0800. Throughout speedsters since the age of 12 August, 1942. lIe served high speeds, but he also gave
the day there will tie confessions when he began tinkering with VP-83 on anti-submarine this bit of cogent advice:
first experience with Benediction at 2000.( around with the "innards" of patrol in South America and "Racing should be confined
t in giving blood The usual High Mass at 0830 on:: motor \ehlcles. aboard the USS Long Island, aRESCUE strictly to the race track!"
Sunday will open the last day'sadoratiOn
and I feel fine. and will close at 1700

a r 1 i In fact, I feel with the singing of the Litany of Firemen At
'* better tha n the Saints, a sermon, procession
and Benediction.The .
Manchora when I came 'In Altar Boys and Ladies
Cecil Field
now that my nerves have settle Sodality have volunteered periods -
down. What's more, I intend to of private adoration throughout -
't come back if I have enough bloo the three days. Others an E .
left. A pint of blood Isn't much encouraged to do the same. A %W-c b fl; ; = Get Diplomas

to give if it will have. a life." plenary indulgence may be gained -

by visiting the Blessed Sac Thirty-one mn of the Cecil
Ray Whelpley,' O&R: "This 1 Is rament and the reception of the Field fire crew were granted

,, ,. the second time 'sacraments of Penance and Holy; diplomas following completion
I Eucharist of a ten-week course in basis
I've given bloo i fire fighting and fire preventionheld

Games at the auxiliary base re
War ProgressIn
t and still I feel cently.

Caribbean Area Conducted under supervision

4' in tip-top shape of Lt, John M Harrison of the
Vieques! Island, V. I. (AITS) Jacksonville fire departmentand
If our don Sneak attacks and protectivi
j also an instructor for the
measures have marked the progress Florida State Fire College of
"* will
ions save
of the Atlantic Fleet maneuvers -
Whelpley Ocala, Fla, the courses consisted -
life 3 tel we shoul which started in mid-September -
a man's of three hours of classes
That is the leas in the Caribbean area.
give it freely. each week
we can do! Furthermore I am Three regimental combat team; Use of hose, ladders pumps,
going to come back as soon as of marines and many loads of and trucks, in addition to firs
they will permit me.* equipment were landed on tiny; prevention and safety practice

Vieques Island, an "enemy" ad-" '" :,;;c :, a..."_,,..... ...... *, *,_ "'"!' ;:: was covered in the week course.
Willis B. Collins, O&R ",zthlnkthis : lance base in the maneuver. and Cecil Field's fire crew is
this is fraternity hazing
force TRAINING-No, no
More than 100 amphibious
is a wonderful vessels are engaged in the exer they're not hanging him. It's just part of the training given to manned entirely the by Navy en-
listed men, under supervisionof
Pete Wanciak, fireman, is being "rescued"from
:rises, known officially as Lant Cecil Field firemen. Fire Marshall Thomas I
progran flex' 52. the second deck of a rescue hatch during; the training period.
i This makes i a All told about 250 ships anc Effecting the rescue are front to rear, Donald Richards, Donald Jordan instructor, who for was the formerly Jacksonvillefire chief

"e quart of bloo 100,000 sailors and marines anparticipating. Augustine, Robert Mund and John Kramer, department

i in .

I'vethe n six Jax O&R PioneersContinued Pay Raises For Armed ServicesPut 111 Men Win Rales At

V months q51 J I Center During Quarter
Collins ( from Page 1) On Shelf Until Januarv
have no regrets. The last time I Ver for Material and Services, One hundred and eleven men
to eat and afterward ---- --- rated at Naval Air Technical -
neglected were
who addressed a rally of station Washington ( AFPS ) Pay
passed out cold. This time, as employees in the presence of Capt, raises for members of the Armed ment have put the bill on the Training Center this quarter,
you can see' experience taught mea Douglas T. Day NAS Commanding Services will have to wait until shelf until next session. it is revealed
good lesson and I feel fine." This means that the earliest All rates from third class to
Officer; Capt Kenna and othir next year. time for the bill to appear on the chief petty officer was represented -

James Walker, O&R: "I've neve; Naval and civilian officials. Congressmen working feverishly floor of Congress for a vote will with a predominating per-
'" Aiding in the training is Robert for the long-overdue adjourn- be about the second week in centage in aviation electricians

been througl F Goodwin, management con. January. It has already been approved rated Forty three aviation electricians -

this before am iultant with George Elliott and Enlistment Bonus unanimously by theHouse won rates.
Company, New York City. The Armed Services Committee. This is the results of the first
was a little nervous firm has had long experience in exams administered in the Cen-

.. r r at first, developing Industrial achievement Bill To Senate The bill, as approved by the ter. The exams for Chief were
irograms./ committee, would provide across- given in February. The rest ot
r but I feel fin< (AFPS-The Kil-
Need for improvement in gov- Washington July.
of the-board raises of 10 per cent the exams were given in
now that it is'; rnment organization has been day bill authorizing payment for both officers and enlistedmen All rates obtained were in fleet
1 tressed by the President, the Bu- enlistment bonuses to 20,000-odd competition.
over. I thinlWalker eau of the Budget, the Secretary Army and Air Force enlistedmen .
It would also boost allowancesfor
is on the Senate calen-
the of now
this is an excellent program anc of Defense, and Secretary rations and quarters and the

should receive' full support from he Navy. dar.All reports indicate the meas- pay of Retired personnel. Jax SymphonyTo
civilian\ and military person
both be- In the original bill an $300-a-
Suzie: "Well, I finally got that ure is almost sure of passage
nel. Exact limit was placed on the increase -
r aise in salary fore Congress adjourns. year Give First
date has not been but the committee rejected -
Junior Silcox, AM3, NARTU: New Stenog: "Honestly adjournment this proposal to keep all raiseson
Suzie: 'Oh, don't be so inquisi-l.Uve. announced.The .
"This is a first' ." Kilday bill has successfully an equal basis regardless of Concert TonightThe
for me but !Icouldn't. cleared the House and a Senate
Then there was the cross-eyed OK would send it to the White It also eliminated a provisionto Jacksonville Symphony
r V s ever professor who had no control over House for the President's signature make the increase retroactiveto Orchestra opens its .

tell It I think his pupils. last July 1. son tonight at the George Wash-
hp ington Hotel auditorium with the
this Is fine
= a selections from Jerome Kern'oJ"Show

deal and wit Boat" highlighting the

when' opening session.
give again
Silcox All of the top tunes will be included -
the time limit expires. I did it 1 Q St in the Kern feature of the
and I'm glad!" t1 sr. v ,4 program

... *I Opening' selection on the program
which marks the season's
-" Blood ProgramContinued opening for the Symphony, will

ai be Rossini's "Barber of Seville
( from Page 1) Overture" Ben Jones, pianist,
will appear as soloist with the
the time,
This is a prolonged drive, but Symphony in the second >fRachmamnoff's
"Second Piano
after a full month of operating, "
the Blood program in the Jax Concerto.
Navy area in on an even keel," to ; { .Third selection on the program
stated Capt. Julius C. Early, in will be Schubert's Unfinished
charge of the program here. : s Symphony," and it follows the
.V intermission. A short work of
Prolonged Drive Sranados, the "Intermezzo" from
The program is being held na- Ak(4 us opera "Goyescas" will followhe
tionwide in an appeal to reple'nishthe ; 'Show Boat" music.

"* supply depleted by the Korean is h Season tickets for the series

campaign. Such a program of five concerts are priced front
undertaken to insure at all times an $((12,50 down to $4.73 Naval Air
adequate supply is station personnel can make res
available jrvations by phoning 3-6951 or #'
U61.! t

A httte boy was saying his go- .- Single admissions for the first
to-bed prayers in a very low ( we all like concert: tonight can be obtainedit
until Christmas or as
only 51: shopping days
fS! With
hear dear, TOY DEPARTMENT OPEN Laura and
voice "I can't you Jacobs' Jewelers,
the Navy Exchange:
I ) it's tIn ime to visit the Toy Department operated by
to remember, 4 pay days aU
tickets *
his mother whispered. features conceivable item to please the child. The shop is Adams. Season can
954. The departme nt every
"Wasn't talking to you, said Building >e procured thu25 *.
the wee one firmly. open from 0830 to 1630 Monday through Friday and 0900>> to 1200 Saturday



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Page Four JAX AIR NEW October 1951

Fasron 109 VC-62, Fasion 9, VP-741 Report '

I I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons 1'IF I

).'a..run ivv

Twenty-seven squadron memberswill Y
draw more pay next week as axa ., v.
a result of being advanced In rating }
on the 16th of this month. Going
from second class to first as a net ;

product of having taken and successfully ,
passed the Navy-wide

competitive exams of last July, a k ietrI
were: Sanford Garvin, James M

Walters, John R. Gregory, GeorgeB.
Phares and James D. Hester |

Those personnel who added the
second stripe to their 'crow' wel'eJoseph '
H. Futch, Cecil W. Holi. 3 .

field, Robert R. Horlacker, Hoe W ..
Wilhfoid, George Billisits, EdwardJ.
Eaton, Lawrence F. Joe. JessieE.
Stephens William B. Tucker
Howard L. Mayes, Robert L. Brake

and Raymond E. Ringeberg. BBHHBSSW8 B5aWX>< # S ur::,, *.-x--i .
The welcome jump from seaman 'I SERVICE IN PAIRS-Shown servicing the cockpit of one of I
in nattv officer status was taken VF-11's F2II2 Banshees, are brothers Talmadge and Donald
R ;;dH :p""er : ._ ,
ym .., ,._
by Harvey I ,.n __ AIMS (top, and Donald and Leonard licdrickson, AN's (left).
Goddard, Stanley S. Preston, I The brothers, who have just returned with their squadron to the
Thomas E. Stack, and Robert B. Al Perser, AMI. Two Pair MakeA U. S., went through recruit training together and are permanently
Varner. I Lee Kasten, PNT3 has been attached to the jet unit.

By defeating FAW-11 and crying the blues after being hoisted Solid Hand

FAETU in two out of three gamesIn out of the education office. Chaplains At Work
each contest the Fasron 109'olle'ball Much credit is due him for the At VF-11 HereTwo ,
\ team packed up two fine job he's done.

more wins to their league leading Another pat on the back goes pair in this case would Students Get Spiritual Lift Via

total but elsewhere in squadron to Dick Lea\'ltt.AN, for the mathematics be a pretty hard hand to handle
athletics the team members suffered he's been drumming into when the two pair mentioned -
xeverses. Station opera Fasron 9 heads. are brothers in the same Weekly Religious Study Groups

tions slapped a heartbreaking 22- squadron at the Naval Air Sta .

18 loss on the touch football squad Lucien<< Brunetti, formerly AD- tion. I Designed to strengthen spiritual
while the bowlers found themselves E2, now Mr. Brunetti is pursuing VF-11 has the unusual situa- life of all military personneland ing. Upon completion of any particular .

'pinned down' by a strong civilian endeavors at NAS Jax. tion of having two sets of make it possible to round course for, personnel church are recommended
O&R group brothers, Donald and Talmadge out certain religious experiences,
After a six-week stint elsewhere ship in a home church of their
Lt. Charles H. Cadiz has rejoined Lt. Charles Varner was Blitch and Donald and Leonard NATTCenter chaplains have arranged choice. All interested personnelare r.
the squadron after completing his Dedrickson servicing the squadl'on's a number of religious
voicing appreciation at being invited to attend a group of
a course of instruction inPV'5 back at "Dear 01' Cecil". jets.Although. study groups. their preference.
aircraft at the LockheedAlrcl'aIt Not content with collecting first the brothers don't Each of the classes is held As requirements Increase and

Factory in Burbank, place money in the football pool, hail from the same section of weekly at the Protestant Chaplain's manpower and tspace are avail

Calif. Jim Clark, ADC, decided to hang the country, the Blitches are Office, NATTC Auditorium, able additional classes will be
A hearty welcome aboard to around a little longer and pick up from Archer, Florida, while Building 563.Mondays organized. The ready response to
I the Dedrickson's claim Kings- at 1615, Chaplain these classes has been
five new I asron 109 personnel has the third place money Some very grate
been given by the squadron. Re- people are never satisfied.In I ford, Missouri, as their home. William A. Wiggins of the Naval ifying.
porting aboard from the Navy They all went through recruit Hospital meets with Baptist perI I J II
the Supply realm, George training at the same time at sonnel. Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt
School, Bayonne,
Supply Corps Hancc. SKSN is preparing to
Great Lakes. meets with Lutheran Personnel
J., is Ensign Walter B. Campbell, leave for Norfolk and the USS I r.ci'o
Wilfied Kuehl, S. A; Florencio Cabot. Will Pennybacker, AA, is Their squadron just recently on Tuesdays.. .
Tales, SN; Jesse L. Rushing, SN, back with a blissful returned to the United States I I
and John L. Wright SN, came expression on after a tour of duty in the Together with personnel of the
his face, that
trom Fasron 6. seems! the lad Mediterranean aboard the USS Methodist Church a general I 1IOTES
plunged .into the matrimonial sea Coral Sea (CVB43)), where group is conducted by Chaplain

C-62 on his leave. they visited ports in Southern Robert E, Elliott Wednesdays at Club officials congratulate new
a Another who is going to tie the Europe and North Africa. 1615 and on the same day, Chap t to
two VC-62
Officers! and men of ly ttlsWe Chiefs and extend a
knot is Ken Moritz lain Samuel P. NAAS
AK3 on his Holiday of ,
detachments repo ted back aboardlast I hearty/.lnvitation to enjoy facilities
week from leave following seven-day leave. Congratulationsalso "Foots" Swager and Arlan Har t. Cecil Field, has a class for per of the Club.
to Dave Garner who is now sonnel interested in the Episco
duty with the Sixth Fleet. One ot man. Bob Mader also added an Bingo is on tap tomorrow night
eligible to wear a third class crow.VP441 pal Church.
the units was billeted on the USS *.. *. ... additional stripe but of.a different The Rev. J. Russell Young of with the same jackpot price.A .
and worked in color, he's now Seaman Ma.
Coral Sea conjunction St. John's Presbyterian Churchis regular Board of Governors
with Air Group One while the der. meeting will be held at 1100 Mon
present Thursday evenings at
Responding to the need the *
other unit went aboard the USS 1615 to day. A general assembly will be
maintenance department, the Fasron :Six's, loss is VP-741's Presbyterian per-
Oriskany for duty with Air Gioup sonnel and at 1800 the held on the same day at 2000.
same evening -
Four. plane captains and the flight gain, as eight new men join the Chief Menzen E. Dunn Four vacancies of the Board of
Serving aboard the Coral Sea crews all deserve a well done for patrol squadron's lanks. They ordained minister of the Churchof an Governors will be elected at this ,
their contributions to the recent Bob Cribb, ADC Ray McDon- j
were: Lt. Carl Collier, Lt. Howard are ; Christ, meets personnel of meeting.
deployment. Without their effortsit aid AMEC Jim Smith, ATC Bill
O. Hawley, Lt. Bruce M. Ag- ; that faith There will be a regular dance
wouldn't have been possible to Adkins, AEMCA John Chambers .
James R. Brandt, AD3; Ralph M. bring the squadion's aircraft up AEAN; John Misisco AO- All NATTC personnel of the Dufano's Band. Music will startat
John W. B'ridewell to full stiength. U3; Charles Moldovan, ADE2;
Brensingeer, ,
Christian Science Church are encouraged 2100. The "Stew's" vocal con
AE3; John Car agianis. AA; Eugene In the near future William i l and Jim Young, ADC. to attend the Christian tribution last Saturday night was '',

A. Cochran, AMH3; GeorgeA. "Jeff" Powell, AL3 may trade his Other new faces around the Science service led by CharlesB. "a howling success." It is expected
Conner, SN; Leslie A. Hooper, white hat for one with gold trimming squadron are Charles Custied, Capers at the NAS Chapel on that he will sing at 2300 on
AF2; Calvin C. Hornback, AT3; *. He's to report to New- AT3; Al Fliss, ATAN; Hans Tuesday evenings at 2000 while Saturday. All hands are cordially -
James Martin, AD3; Clarence G. port in November tor his officer Gross, AT3, from NAS Jax and personnel of the Church of Latter invited to hear the Club's new-
McNeal, ADI; William F. Me- indoctrination course. Gil Brown, PNSA, from Norfolk Day Saints meet with Lcdr. eat recruit from Tin Pan Alley.

Broom, ADC; John H. Price, AF2; Clouds of smoke continue to Dave McNab and Dave Peterson Stanley W. Jullian on Wednesdays >

Arthur E. Stradley. ADAN; Eu- I rise as twelve more VP men put both ordnance strikers are 1930 at the same location.All .
gene C. Tucker AD3; and Robert on an extra green stripe. The furthering their naval careers as of these events are conducted Traffic ViolationsListed

JC. Walker, AD2. tester includes Hugh Bode), Neil they attend the Mine 1'arfar'eSchool with the purpose of giving below the traffic
The Oriskany detachment con Carson, Arthur Douglas, Willis in Yorktown, Va. Ray brief but essential instructionfor committed are this
violations aboard
sisted of: Lt. (jg) Turley D. J, Knowlton, Don McCoy, Jim Mes- Conaway, AD2, made it evident baptism, confirmation and station for the period October
Miles, Lt. (jg) Robert L. Morgan serly, Bill Miller, LeRoy Norman that the Navy is his oyster by church membership or to deepenthe 12 to October 19:
Lt. (jg) Arthur B. Bliesener, Ensign Ray Ogler, Lawrence Snellen, Tom shipping over for six. spiritual life of those attend-
John K. "arrell, Ensign Miscellaneous Offenses: C. W.
Thomas G. Woikinger, Ensign I Brooks, AA; J. D. Bartell, Civil- ..
Valfrid E. Palmer, Omer E. Kelly, ,'. ian. .
ADC; Dale E. Carpenter, AOC: I I

Donald J. Allain, AN; Robert E NATTCenlerLounge .
Cyran, AN; Vincent C. Hohmson '
AN Melvin AN '
; Synch ; RaymondA. '
Nolette, AE3; Conrad A. Phillips >-> .....::. C'Olu"llesFClcililies
AD3; William H. Ryan. AN; :sWINGS

Frank W Shults, AM2; Walter L.

Stanley, AF3; Frank E. Sturges,
AF3; Carl l V. Talbert ATS: ; Pet. I 1 +
er Torkeo, ADS: ; Eugene F'I
The NATTCenter Lounge,
Wright, ADI: and Alfred H.
which officially opened last
Jr. A03.
Young, ,
May, has finally gotten into
I ,< full swing, it was announced
Fa+ron 9 ?
today by the Welfare and '
& .'
With the( Cecil Meld "Ham" radio 'y} '
#> "' ':NY"aoSY Recreation Officer Lt. Fred
station gaining in popularitya I s Marconi. ,
call is issued to all would be .
Located at the Center's Auditorium
"Marcon is" to Join with Lt. (jg) oR>iit Q;+f.N. ., jYn
the lounge is equippedwith
Harry Smith, Joe Gass TD1; ? r, $ .+ < ,RniY< .1 gyp. < n x a television set, piano,
Lynn Carr, ATl; and Joe Boyd
card games and the latest
ET2 to make full use of the equipment is
magazines. The lounge now
now available. being patronized by hundredsof '
Chief Joe Oppenhelmer as AS- students daily.

DO one day, decided to check the The lounge was designed primarily .. ..
watch on one of the ramp In
to give the personnel a
stead of a security watch he ran place to receive their guests on

into a polecat with a certain air, d the base. It is open at all hours
and has been shied away from for guests of the personnel. It

ever since.Looking. is regularly opened for all
very unconcerned, five hands at 1COO. "
new second pay graders sauntered Mrs. Eulalee McHugh is the
through the chow hall doors for official hostess.

the first time the other) day; they OVER l\IIAlUl-Jlere' an excellent view of sixteen fighters from VF-11 and VF-12 .

were Ed Kriener, YNTl; Chet from Fleet Air Jacksonville, 'as they started their exhibition sweep over the large crowd fathered I Overheard: "You never kin >se
Reed, ATAl: Conrad Cletua, AT- at the annual American Legion Convention at J\l1amllut week. The photo was taken from an F2II-' anymore Why can't you be like 'a .
.Al; ifeiTil Himelhotk: AEM1, and 2P photo plane from VC-62 at Cecil Field. Plane was piloted by Lt. Eben Leavitt. ,t''the man next door."

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25 October 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


Six Bits' JOE I'll OPEN I.'


Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward,
executive" officer and Lt. Herbert )

H' Rupp, first lieutenant hav
both checked out on leave and an
enjoying October's 'Indian Sum j
mer' weather at home In Grand

Rapids, Mich,, and Stryker Ohio, $NE'S FROM THE I IWONOCR jI
respectively. WHERE THE PARTS FRONT orrice Aso \, f

Taking advantage of their off if ARE THAT 1 PUT 1511N RrttY PUTS oN AN /
EffoRT To
duty hours to attend night school EMERGENCY STUD FOR ? AT TENTION / I
in an effort to advance in their
respective fields ate Bill Filder ,
YN2 and Ed Mattin, AK3. Both
are enrolled in a .local business 1

college. 1i'
Educational movies are now being .-
l' ;' shown in building 168 every i''
noon hour with such films as 'Si
lent Service' and 'The Fighting OF THAT WORK ORAR i'j
Lady' being included in the Itlnei j

,'ary.U'hen. .
a man from one of the
CVG-1 units was sucked into a

Jet recently it made the witnesses
realize very vividly the value of
safety precautions that have been t
vo ;
repeated to them time and again. BET 1 SCAT _

Now that squadron personnel have THAT 0730 z
seen what can and will happen, COFFEE RUSH +
they give those jets a wide berth TODAY

a J woNOese wNCH _
Two recent births of baby boys r O -
and another which is Impendinghas cA NCMAM -
caused a mild flurry of talk -- QUIET 1 A Y I,I

and passing out of cigars among "
squadron personnel. Harry Burns,, J1r
AMI of the change crew, is one _
of the proud papas and Veilin C. 0 R

Henson, AK3, Is the other while ; I
Harry H. Wilson TEM3, has been I' !
'sweating out' the arrival of a 1 :
cowboy. "I'm drh in'1"

young The one. work has I ? I -:- BREEZES -:- I ---
squadron descended supply Lt How Do We Rate Visitor: 'Live here all your J
once again upon 'Walter does that "
Diner: why life? ;
(Ijg) Roger I. Bateman, in its entirety (By Armed Forces Press Service! ) hound sit next to my table and Native: "Don't know ain't dea4yet" ;
for Lt. (jg) Robert J. Kalm- growl at me"Waiter "

bacher assistant supply officer Following is a list of military installations and the amount 01' "Oh don't mind him, I ---- .
has been assigned for a short time blood donated during the present blood drive. Figures do not repie- sir.' He's : mad, because 're A visitor at a recent church i
to Mainside Supply In an effort to sent the total amount donated but a trend of how the various installations eating out just of his dish." you bazaar tendered a $20 bill in pay- ;i
)learn the workings of the Fleet are responding. Only those areas which notified Armed Forces ment for a bunch of violets. The
Service Section. Press Service of the present amount collected are listed here: elderly lady behind the counter

Some entirely laudable rumors (Note: Figures listed below represent amount donated during Then there's the story of the gushed, Oh, thank you, sir, but _
have been emanating from the first two weeks of Blood Donor Program. As of Friday, last weekU dead dachshund-ne met his end made no attempt to return any
recreation council which would S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, had cached its first monthly going around a tree change
seem to indicate that since the quota of 3,000 pints, which would send its standings much highet I Reaching down from his lofty

recent overload of personnel hereon among the nation's installations i Pgt Glover: How did your wife six foot four inch height, the
temporary duty has been transferred Pints get along with her reducing diet ?" man gently touched the lady on

the council will be able to Ft. Riley, Kan.Div. .... ...... ....... ... .. ... .................................. )64 831;: Plover: 'Fine She disappeared the wrist saving, "and what do
meet again and lay the plans fort ". of Training and Industries, Loinpoc, Calif ?.................. 121 completely last week"" you call this?"
another whopping big beer party IT. S. Naval Air Station Quonset 1't., It. I. ............................ 746 "Why, sir, that is my wrist
Mike Pilpeton, ADCAP( ), of IT. S. Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, Fla. ............................ 1,700 "\\'hy shouldn't I get too close What did you think It was ?"
the recreation department, should Army Finance Center st Louis, Mo. .................:.................... 348 to the fan with my wig on 1""You'r I "Well," drawled the visitor, "I
receive a well done from squadron Ff-lin AIB, I" la. .........._............................................................... 1,2.0ISS e too old to be blowing thought it might be jour ankle.
members for the type of entertainment : Kssex ...............?.?................................................................. 1,061 your top'The I Everything is so high around
provided during the noon Scott AFH, III. .............................................................................. 2,114 here."
hour In addition to securing facilities Signal Corps Photographic Center X. V-------------------------------- 87 sun-baked cowboy swag- '

for dart ping Camp Kuckcr, Ala. ...................... ............................................... 984 gered into the saloon and through She: "Do you think you're Santa
shuffle board badminton games basketball pong New York Military District Hqs, V. y. ................................ 125; parched lips ordered the barten- Claus ?"
runs the unit's intramural Fort MacArthur, San Pedro Cullf. .........................:........:....... 373 der to give his horse a bucket of He: "No, why?" ;
Piipeton teams and thanks to hisi Andrews AFB, Washington, I). C. ..................................... ...... 314 his best whiskey'And She: "Then leave my stocking i
l teams have been able to Philadelphia Naval Yard, Pa. ..... ...... ......... .........(pint) 10,000 what'll you have, stranger alone," .
help build our the fine V. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes III. ........ ......... 2.39'!) ; ," asked the bar tender. I ------- ,'
now up standings they lackland Al B, San Antonio, Tex. ...... ............................. 2.000 I JCothm,' shot back the dusty
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A .till firmer hold on second Blind Vet Cops Legion I Chiefs' Initiation P Iy

'". place in the league standings was I Letter Writing Contest ;
taken by the golf team last week "" .
when they added (';' points to Washington. (Al PS) T. C. 'Bless the Meat and Bless the Skin, '1 i

their total of 18. The bowling Hasbrook, of Indianapolis, Ind, a I _
team suffered a surprising) 2-2 disabled veteran of WWII. walkedoff \
Back Your Ears and Dive Right In ,
"split in the competition with a with top honors and $1,000 in I

strong NAS Supply team; the the American Legion's letter- I v'i
Fasion 6 griddeis broke loose to writing contest, known as Operation I I Eleven brand new and very I II -ter- -Navy-- Exchange canteen, and i

smother Dispensary 32-6, while Comeback" I happy Chief Petty of Officers re'I' were guests of an elaborate din- 4lP' 'J
Subject of the letters was ceived the hazing
the volleyball sextet evened the No
I ner of their very own. one
season count of victories with "How I Overcame My Plivsiciil. : rades-in-arms at the AviationElectrician's I II invited sJ s sz
else was
O&R. Handicap." It WON part of the Mate School\ at the I :" '
Legion's campaign to aid disabled : Center with fortitude and patience -I I "
Richard S. Bolin, BM3, selected 'I last week. The new hackies" reportedthat < < -
veterans In rehabilita
as 'White Hat of the Week' is a I' the dinner was the ultimate I <
chiefs all rated October
The -
tion. new ,
career man how WOl king in the in delicious Navy Chow. The ,
.. The unusual past of Hasbrook's 16, received a special swim
First Lieutenant's department.Bolin I I dinner was graciously served in
winning the letter-writing contestis party, were the stars of an impromptu
who qualified for the Korean NATTCenp a 10 foot yellow pine -1
the fact that he is blind. singfest -
: Service Medal while on the tastefully garnished trough'l .
USS Leyte off the coast of Korea garlic The trough was
first came into the Navy in 1946 one the newly cut lawn of Build I.} '1
and has since seen duty on both ing 512 the AF School headquarters ( '
"Nothing, postively, is
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans I "
too good for our newly christen. s
to BM3 the 16th
on ed chiefs," said the grinning officer .
of this month as a result of the I Lcdr Charles
i : in charge,
vice-wide' competitive exams,
? Brew eiLeonard I
d s Bolin will have many places to w __ '
A Lubmski, .Chief
the for like oth- I
put money many
Aviation Electrician's Mate, ren-
er confirmed Navy career men, he r 4 /
dered the appropriate blessing-
is Bolin repotted -
a 'brown-bagger
"Bless the meat and bless the .. .
to Fasron 6 in June of this
. .... 4fa skin, back jour ears and dive
year lI : J right in." The new chiefs fell to I I -
with gusto, The dinner was a |
Combat Officer HaslAmgc'itr I I complete success.
w *
Formula !
Following the banquet the be-
With the First Cavalry Division, smeared "hackies"' repeated the
Korea (AFPS)-Lt. Walter A. Ib t obligation of the newly made
Jagiello of WinchestertL, has ; Chief Petty Officer: :,

his own formula to promote the "I do hereby swear to supportthe

.. ... longevity of junior officers In com- CPO Club to wear the uniform
bat. of a Chief Petty Officer

Ills rule are: (1))-Act like :' with pride and to conduct my- APPS ,
plain soldiers (t)-Don't carry kv self in such manner as to reflect

map where the enemy ran see credit on myself, all Chief Petty ,->>
you. (S)-Don't wear field glasses] Officers and to the Naval Serviceas ', SVELTE SINGER-Hip, hip,
around your neck. ((4))-Don't display a whole." away! We're gonna see charming "'
rank Insignia. ((5)-Don't Lcdr Brewer completed the Lucille Norman in the mo \
salute. "TALL DOG AWARD" -Lcdr. Charles Brewer, officer-in- initiation with a personal con- vies. The radio songstress appears .. 4.
"Following a few simple rules charge of the Aviation Electrician School presents Arnold G. gratulation to each man. Re- in "Painting the Clouds
lessens the odds of an officer" be-" Horton, ADC, the "Tall Dog Award," in recognition of his making freshments were later served at With Sunshine.,' But who cares
.. homing. IItnllM'r-b," says J.t. Chief. Ten more prospective candidates for the award, line up in the Club for the newly initiated about singing when she's we H
Jagiello. I the rear. I members. ing such fetching

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i 5 Claim Prizes FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT Huge Aquaca de Set t For

In Weekly GridPredictions

J I TilE WINNERS Local IndoorNext Pool OcL 31 1 1I

Games for Saturday, Oct. 27

f is I

i tied No for less top than honors nine in fans the week were (Home teams in right column) 31st, and Wednesday the witches, goblins, Ensign Marie Crane, from the
Navy Hospital will
ly Jax Air News Football Special Navy..............................._.....vs. and the Aquamaniacs will bon e, the form that ,won her demonstrate the Jack
and by special process of elimination Boston College -vs-....._.Georgia the prowl. sonville backstroke* champion-
(tie-breaker pick), five f
I them still remained to claim c Cornell ..................................vs_..........._......Princeton Witches and goblins may b et! ship at Springfield Pool last
prizes. Columbia ..............................vs..A. rn1Y seen flying across the moon a There will be
2400, but here the Aquamaniacwill fancy diving, fast
The deadlock of nine entrants Dartmouth ?....'\'5...._..._.................Harvard be "flying" at the Indoo swimming, and as a feature attraction -

i is the biggest such tie since the Maryland ?............................vs...................L.S.U. Pool at 2000 in an Aquacade. All NATTCenter's Jonny

b i the contest football began season.at the Each outset of them of Illinois .................................V5....-.'..................._......Indiana hands are cordially invited. Gamon, age 11, will go off the

f picked 16 out of 21, a commendable Iowa vs ......................Ohio State swain's Don McDermott mate from, NATTCenter diving boat, Lynn high tower.Kennedy Johnny, four and year Mary olds

I job considering what was:' Minnesota _.........................v 5.............................Michigan\ i will spark the Aquamaniacs on will also perform.
called the biggest of "upset"Saturdays. Purdue _.vs.Notre Dame their newest zaniest "aquabat Red Cross girls from Jackson- ..

Coming. closest to the tie. Auburn ......vs........ ......Tulane ics". Sam Ridout, University of ville, well known hereabouts,
will do intricate
I Florida swim star, Bobby Mar- an water ballet
breaking question (Vanderbilt Clemson ...........vs.................South Carolina tin from Jax Beach, and Paul the music of the NATTCenter or-

Florida), was George W. Stokes, Kentucky ..............................vs...,..................Florida frank from NAS will give an orchestra.The .
AE1, of Aviation Electrician (A)) Georgia Tech _. ....i......Vanderbilt assist on the biggest, most elaborate Aquacade will be a joint
School at NATTCenter. Stokes
I predicted the score of that frayas Mississippi ......_.vs.Miami ((26th) water show yet. function Air Station of the, Center and the, the Naval Naval

28-13 in favor of Florida. Baylor ....vs.....-.Texas A & M Hospital. Personnel of all commands

f Finishing second was Julian Oregon State .vs.-.California AN School arc welcome.
Ganas clerk at the Post Office
whose tie-breaker was 26-IS Rice ._vs...................................Texas I .

with Florida as the winner. Tied Wake Forest --...................vs ..................North Carolina Students Top Cecil HATTC

for third place were Lt. (jg) TCU ._\' ........................Santa Clara i ,

Charles Lyons of Fasron 109; Jax Navy ..............................vs...._......Patuxent
Comdr. Laurence Williamson of Keg LoopsAirmen Continue Leads t ,
Fasron 9 and Charlotte Winburn, (Predict the score of this game) .

Communications place winner employee.First gets. $3.00 Cornell ..................................vs.Princeton School Students lee In I Golf PlayNATTCenter's
cash; second place winner claims both leagues in NATTCenter'sintra.mural

a case of soft drinks (deposit I Name__.........__............................... nn t e/nan k................._ bowling loop last linksmen con-
free) from the Navy Exchange week, while Airmen S c h 001 tinued to show the way in the
drive-In drinks counter while the Ship's Company teams held
three third places each ,win a free Unit i Assigned To..........................._........Phone......._.._, down both runner-up spots. American intra-mural division golf play of the with station Cecil

meal chit to the civilian cafeteria. Rules The loop's two AO School 1 Field dominating in the Na-
f. Also picking 16 winners out of indicate choiceof ship's Company teams, previously tional division.As .
1. To enter the contest simply your
t 21, but having a little bad luck you ranked among the top three in ..
each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the towardthe the fifth round closed NATr
t each nosedived
1 in predicting the tie-breaker team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) second league division. TC moved into the top spot in
I were Lcdr. Joe Williams NAS after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. American eLague honors for the; American with 14 points, fol-
Administrative Robert
officer; D.
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties lowed by Nab-6-Admmistration
Sweet TD1 of Aviation the week went to Dental high
I with 12
Dot NAS count as losses unless predicted. ingle 830, and AN (P) points.
Training; Houghton, below indicate the score of the game a .
3. In the provided
Administration employee and space Students Red high series, 2323
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with Holding down third place with
Irving Barnes, YN3 of NARTU. while Dick Walsh of AN (P)
f There were no less than 28 the most nearly correct score will win the contest. Ship's Company Red logged high 10 14 points is: Operations while
filled out will not be con-
4. Entry Blanks incompletely Supply dropped to fourth with
174 and high
people tied with 15 out of 21 cor weekly average. ,
selections plus indica-
all 20
rect-missing just one less than sidered. Contestants must make single game, 234. 9'i points. Up and coming Naval
the of the tie-breaker game to be eligible. Hospital is in fifth with
the nine tied for top spot. ting score one A NP) Students Blue captured BVt
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for the week's National League points while Communication-

any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final laurels for high single game, 813, Public Works-O & R crew restsin

Fasron 6 TopsVolleyballers ratings. and high series, 2315. Hlabse of last place with 5& :points.In .
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 Personnel notched high weekly last week's American play

Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration average, 193, while Bud Spitznerof NATTC split with Nab6-Adm,

Building. AN (P) Ship's Company Blue battling to 2-2 tie; Operations
: 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exception 212. beat last place Com-PW-O & It
roled single ,
Fasron Six still maintained its of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the Fifth week game league standingsand 3!Vi to ',i, and Hospital downed '.
lead in the NAS volleyball loop
contest. Supply 2li to 1V4.
competition as the first round to each will be allowed. point scores: C
8. Only one entry person Amrrldtn Lr cup
\P draws to a close. 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the AN (P) Students Red.._.... .?.......?,.MAN Cecil Field has taken a commanding

.( The Fasronites are undefeated Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. (P) Ship.. Co..... Red.. ..... .""".?...'?'..29 lead of 2n points in
MAD.......... .. .... .. ._ 28
to date but were hard pressed 10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case AE School... .. .............. ..........."........... :l6 National league action. Fasron
when O&R forced them into all of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. Fist Lt...-..-..._...".. ....,.......................... 21 109 held a scant % point lead
three before losing 15-8, AO School Shlp Co. Red......_... .21
13-15 games 15-5. found DenUl. .... .,.....,..?....,.....__.. 21 over Fasron Six for second place
and They easier Air Ksm... ... .. ft .. .21 honors, with 23 points.
going against O&G, winning I Ath and R'ec...,..,...-. >....-...-..i..L.18 Behind Fasron Six is FAW-11-
15-4 and 15-5 to give them seven I Hold Photo Lab. ........ .??,?........_..................8
6 ?? ?? VP-3 with 21 with NAR-
r wins Hospital Fasron WAVES .........._............................_ 4 points
and no losses. Medics .....,__.._......._.,....._.4 TU and ComFairJax holding i
Fasron 109 took two easy ones NaU.n.a Lrarvc down fifth and sixth place with "
this week to remain in second Grid Lead AN (P) Students Blu*.........._....37 16 and 10 points respectively.
FAW-11 Touch Loop AN (P) Ship Co. Blue.._....._...30
their fifth
place handing Shop Stores. ... ..28 Last week FAW-11-VP3 nosed
straight defeat 15.7 and 15-8. and Personnel ..: :::.::::.: ....::::::::.::.::::= 27 out league leading Cecil Field,
winning on forfeit from FAETU. six and the Naval Hospital excellent quarterbacking by Chuck AO School Ship1 Co. Blue ._ __ .,.23 64 5% Fasron 109
Fasron ? > to gained
Rhodes and long runs by Jim AK Student .. ..... ...".._...."......__...16 ;
Ordinance and Gunnery showed held on to their first place AK School Ship's Co. .... ....__..13 seven points while holding Com- '.
it was still in the race by defeat deadlock in the NAS intra-mural O'Donnell and Watson Allen from Alieraft Maintenance ..... .....9Pharmacists FairJax to 5, and NARTU took
ing FAW-11 15-10 and 15-6 to touch football play by taking a Operations. Larry Gray and Jim ? ..-=,.:?...::::= 8 Fasron Six into camp 74 to 4%.
... ..
1 hold third place and drop O&Rto game apiece this week. Fasron Spelder were standouts for Fas AO Students" ---.6 Both leagues have agreed to
fourth. six took Dispensary into camp, ron 109, using'pitchouts, laterals play two rounds of competition.
Volley Ball Standing 26-6. while Hospital ran over and long passes for their point .

W L Ordinance and Gunnery by a 66-25: scoring.

I' Fasron 6 ...??...?_......?.7 0 margin.In Early in the second half Joe Old
r Fasron 109: --..__..._.5 a wild, rugged but good Edge, Operations, slammed a ter- Same Story

O&G: ...................__...4 2 humored half-riot Operations rific block into unpadded Larry (By Armed Forces Press
, O&R .........__..._.....3 2 edged Fasron 109, 2218. The Gray that knocked all levity out Service)

i-. Photo Lab. ........_.___...1 3 game was fast and tricky, with of they game. Gray, barefoot and It was a hot lay in Japan,
Supply __._..__......l i burly, dueled with Edge in a beau and the soldier
;w FAW-lf: .............._...0 6 tiful ram-like contest that left to lean young stopped
on a telephone pole
BREEZES breathless.
-:- -:- many players and wipe his brow. In his handhe
FAETU forfeited to Supply and .J Wr
Air Wing Eleven William Allen White, that famous withdrew from the League. VF-12 carried a camera which he. 4
wished was back on the dealer's
Kansas editor, was telling his replaced FAETU, taking the lat- '
shelf. and that in his pocket
friends about droughts one day. ter's two losses. W L
Pacing KeglersFleet He told of a tourist who was pass.Ing Fasron 6 ... ... .. ...4 0 was the money he paid for -

Air Wing 11 took the through Arizona during a terrible Hospital .........._......_.....4 0 r broke.A it. The. khaki-clad warrior was

lead in the intra-mural drought. One night the tour.1st Operations ...__...............3 1
league by the luckless keglmg stayed in a town that was so NARTU .........>...............1 2 Japanese man admired
Physical Training toppling team 4-0. O & dried up that even the trees had Supply ....................-........1 2 the camera and casually ask-
R moved into undisputed second withered and died. VF-12 ..............................0 2 ed its price. The soldier quoted
"Doesn't it ever rain here?" he Dispensary -1 2 It Lemma see those orders the price, and was stunnedby
place by taking Fasron 109 to the I
.,'. cleaners 3-1, while Fasron 6, who asked a native" of the town. O&G ......................."..........0 3 again era's an value.offer of twice the cam I '_
"Rain ? said the native. "Why
was leading the pack dropped to
The Jap took out a roll of
stranger, there's five-year-old
the third slot
as a result of a tie
with Supply. FAETU dropped i in this here town that ain't '." Military Payment Certificates.The .
soldier counted the
Personnel 3.1 to remain in ninth never learned to swim yet money
: place.
, Standings Mother: "Why, Bobby! Your .j short. The buyer apologizedand
pulled out another ten dollar
' W L rh. nose is swollen. What happened?
: "I reached and bill and added it to the
<.. FAW-11 17 4 23 up
role of bills.
0&R 13 5 19 smelled a bunflower.
"" .' Fasron 6 13 8 19 Mother: "Bunflower You mean At the Service Club the soldier .
Fasron 109 12 6 17 sunflower. There is no 'B' in sun- removed the roll of bills
PT & R 11 10 14 ower." from his pocket. Instead of

,; ComFairJax 11 7 14 Bobby: "Oh no? There was in finding the military certificateshe
FAETU 7 8 10 this 00('." ;K found a roll of ten yen
Hospital 8 10 10 6 notes. By using the old "quicka'

Supply 8 10 10 We've little fear er-than-the-eye" technique the
'' VP-741 (2) 7 8 8 From sticks and stone; shifty Oriental had switchedthe
y Personnel 8 10 9 It'* the bathtub soap American money for com
Commissary 9 9 12 That breaks our bones.A paratively worthless yen.

VP-741 (1) 9 12 7 Can't happen to you? Don'tbe

college student, employed on too sure-AFPS).

On the same day Ford Frick a part time basis to collect some --
fined two Brooklyn players $100 very bad debts, got tremendous -- Seven of the eight defeats suffered -
t for arguing with an umpire, aWilliarnsport. result with the following letter: HE MAY BE ON HIS WAYa -Fawon 1094 Jim Spelder takes in '51 by Saul Rogovin ofthe

Md., magistrate "Dear Sir: If you do not pay your I lateral from Dave Krupsaw a gainst Operations in their wild I White Sox were by one run,
fined a local fan $1 for hitting bill imemcdiately we will take NAS intra-mural touch grid fracato s. Operations took the fray 2218ujh the eighth being a 2 to 0 defeat )

an umpire in the mouth. '.1Itt'ps that will astonish you." remain in second spot in the t<> loop competition. by the Yanks. .


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1', : : 'q # 4r Parris Islanders

I II I : yt S : Clip Fliers 63-13

M d A," Locals Face Unbeaten

Patuxent Club NextA

big, fast and classy collection of former college football

stars from Parris Island were set loose upon Jax Navy

here last Saturday and before the final whistle blew, the

score had mounted to 63-13 highest total of points ever

scored on a Flier football team.

Sam Vacanti, who passed Pur
it 28-0 at the half.
due to the 1943 Big Ten cham-
Jw<: 1 5 c} pionship and later played for Mixon Shines

Iowa University, the Chicago Parris Island continued their
TOO MUCH POWER-It was Bears, and the Baltimore Colts, scoring avalanche after the
too much displayedby while filling in at the quarterbackspot breathing period with 21 more
Just Parris Island power in the 66-13 for the visiting Marines, piloted points in the third stanza. Runsof
Marines and also kicked 10 and 25
over the Fliers here last the yards by Mixon and
romp Saturday. Some of the decep- nine extra points. 5 and 11 by Hayes resulted in the

tion by the Islanders can be Billy Hayes, former North Car- fifth TD with Hayes going over
gleaned from the top photo olina flash who captured ground and Vacanti converting to makeit
where you can ask "who s got gaining honors in the 1949 Cotton 35-0.
the ball and where'd he go?" Bowl game Billy Mixon, of Georgia Darrell Spang, elusive right
Quarterback Sam Vacanti has renown and Dick Travagline, half, gave the Flier fans a much
already handed the ball to car- Wake Forest scatback scored the needed shot in the arm when he
rier whose leg: can be seen just flock of six pointers. took the kickoff by Parris Island
below Vacanti's left leg. In Another powerful opponentwill just in front of the goal line,
lower photo, Navy end Clem be encountered this Satur- raced straight downfield to about
r DiLoreto leaps high in the air l r. day by the Jax Navy squad whenit the 35 behind some beautiful
to block Vacanti's pass. Parris makes the venture north to blocking, veered to the right side-
Island won the fray 63-13 with test an undefeated Patuxent River line and went all the way, 99
the highest number of points team on its home field. yards, for the score. Bishop's kick

ever scored against the Fliers. The Patuxent River "Golden was wide.

a Bombers," victors in 15 straight Striking back with a vengeance
games and winners this year over the big Islanders returned the
Fall Cup Norfolk Navy, Cherry Point and kickoff 30 yards to midfield, completed
Quonset Point, as well as Balti- a five yard pass and thenin
more Junior College and the Re- the person of Leo Elder, tack-
Links PlayUnderway ceiving Station of Washington D. ed up seven more points on a 45
yard run and Vacanti's conver-
C., will present a slightly smaller
squad to the Jax Navy men than. sion, to up the count to 42-6.
did Parris Island. Spang couldn't come close to
duplicating his feat on the fol-
Marines drove the opening
Delayed a few days due to the lowing kickoff, being downed on
all the down to the
heavy rain over the week-end Aircraft Maintenance Paces kickoff before way the Flier line, the 7. Two Bishop passes failed.
Navy seven
the Fall Cup links tournamen Sweat and Clem DiLo- Spang picked up four and Bishop ",
cot underway Monday at the paced by kicked 30 yards into the wind to
NAS course with a field of 22 NATTC Touch GriddersAircraft retto, rose up to hold on downs. the 37.
ladies and 70 men entered. The Fliers, however, could gainno

There is a possibility that the Maintenance virtually sewed up the American League ground against out the of visitors boundson Par bl. lax
entry list in both men and title in NATTCenter intra-mural touch football last week while and Bishop punted First Downs 14 5
women's division may be increased Marine Air Detachment fought to hold its slender lead in the nip- his own 27.Score. Rushing Yardage 44415:
somewhat before the final and-tuck National League race. at Will Total Yardage 531 160

group tees off in first round five were playedin Hayes, after losing one yardon Passing Yardage 87 76
play.Players. the Center games loop as the season (P) Students, 14-0, then battledthe a quick opener, broke loose for Passes Attempted U J4
are divided into flights neared its close and seconddivision Marines to a 6-6 tie while 28 before being brought down by Passes Completed 7 4
with the winners to be decide teams began dropping out the Storekeepers were slipping Mike Norman. Travagline pickedup Punting Average 0 43
'. on basis of handicaps, with the and forfeiting, Intramural officials past AN (P), 13-6. four and then Hayes blastedhis Interceptions 3 0
exception of the first 16 top fin ruled all forfeits would be AO Students broke into the way 15 yards for the first of Punts 0 6
ishers. Bob Wallace and Ed scored wins. win column with a forfeit over nine Parris Island TD's. Vacanti Punting Average 10 43
Barnes with handicaps of 1 and Training Facilities. onverted. Punt Returns (Y ds.) 1 0
2 respectively head the men Aircraft Maintenance, hamper. America LiV Bishop booted the pigskin 55 Fumbles 2 3

competitors while Mrs. Ben ed by the loss of backfield weathered Ace A/C Malnt......__...................._..9 W 0 L T 1 yards in the air and out of Fumbles Recovered 3 2
Day and Mrs. Carson Hawkin: John L. Sullivan, a Personnel _....._............ .................7 2 1 sounds on the PI 35. Hayes lugged -
are leading contenders in thewomen's scoreless first half before drop Supply _................._. .. 622 the ball eight ;yards in two Too Much Power
ping AN (P) Ship's Company, AO Snip's Co............ ._ 5 3 2
division with handicap; ? of P I. in
touchdown AN :Ship's Co.:.::::...:::.::::..::541First ries. Mixon took a pitchout on Granger gathered a
with two
14-0 '
of 20. passes U.. ...... .._.... .. ._ ...1 7 2 he: next play and raced 56 yards long pass on the 1-foot line.
John Adams is defending and two conversions. Sullivan, l .t/oaal) league for the second tally. Vacanti con- Watson scored standing up. Va-
one of the league's top aerial artists W Parris Island.led 14-0. anti's kick ended the 28 point)
' ;. .4.. champion. was hurt in the Airedales'win MAD .. .... ..... .. ...... .. ........ 7 tT verted the kickoff to third to make it 49-6.
I AE Students... ... .. ....... 6 1 2 Bishop quarter,
over Personnel October 10. AK Students.. .... .-. .........720 he, 19. Tarzetti was stopped for Reserve quarterback Ed JIolo-
40 Hopefuls Personnel edged Supply, 13-6, AN (P) Students.? ..... .. .... .. .351: 10 gain and on the next play, the ca flipped a 34-yard scoring pass
in the seesaw struggle for Amer- TiaFiic AO Students... .... .. ... ... .180.180 Marines intercepted a Navy pass to:; end Walter Bielich when ,t .. ,
ican League runner up. A O m the PI 47 and returned it five ]ast quarter was only a fewTates ,.!;'I, f
Answer First Ship's Company won two games yards. Hayes, the booming fullback old and Parris Island had ,4 e
by forfeit; First Lieutenants for- Jax Navy-FSU cracked out 14 yards, Trav- ercepted:: a Minihan pass tp-' :
feited two games and Athletic igline went for three and then gain possession of the ball;/i.
Cage CallForty and Recreation withdrew. Sale scored; on a twisting 30 yard anti made it eight straight' _
Marine Air, AE Students and Tickets on aunt. Vacanti converted for 21-0. points and 566.'t' :
men turned out at the AK Students were almost dead- Tickets for the Florida State- Spang fumbled the kickoff but The visitors again started._
Mainslde gym Monday to answer locked for the National League Jax Navy football game scheduled recovered it himself on the 11. ward. after recovering a fern
the first call for Jax Navy8rslty lead. The Electricians beat AN November 3 at the Gator nterference; was called on the A beautifully executed ,sepia' wi'
basketball competition.Coach Bowl in Jacksonville will go on next play, a pass from Bishop to from McKinley to Majestki i t. ft
Frank McCaffrey wil', 3iLoretto and play was advancedo 'or the ninth time. The kicks; (
sale Friday.
Gray Snares WeeklyBlind Find '
have his hands full, trying t<;) Tickets can be obtained at the Flier 23 but Minihan's pass Vacanti was his ninth stra .. e',
complete the schedule which will Training depart- vas intercepted and brought back the last P. I. point, tot 7iak1r, .' "r .
Bogey PlayJim the Physical ,,' '
include, when completed, such ment, Building 930 or at the eight; yards before Shotwell made 63-6. :-"MB\\t ,$
teams Stetson IT., Florida he tackle. DePasquale lugged the kkkcff, ,:
as office 123, 'f
Gray annexed the weekly Jax Air News loom
handoff. Travag- jack to the 25. Shotwell t'!' tftt1' '
Southern Georgia Teachers, Par Mixon took a I ,],j:'
blind bogey at the NAS course Main Auditorium building to the 13 nto the clear and gathered in a y
15 yards
rig Island, Charleston Navy, and 78. Bill Chase Mainside. ine traveled .
4 with a score of net '
by Spang from Bishop to move the'all
Keesler and Pat efore being stopped pass
Moody Eglin,
with 77. Jim Adult tickets sell for $1.50,
AIr was runner-up the Fliers couldn't keep the > to the opponent's 46. A line ,\
Bases otlv but
rick among
Prince won closest-to-pin honors, while children tickets go for 75
blasted lost before
loor closed and Mixon )lay one yard Bishop: !
while the longest drive and long- cents. Servicemen in uniform
ers.Among the hopefuls for the out 13 and another tally. Vacan- ossed another aerial to Shotwell
team are three men who played est putt. was posted by Jim Pat- will be admitted free. ti's kick was good again to make his time for 15 yards.
found nice hole in
Bishop a
last including Ray Guy, PhilMcKay
year he middle of the line and raced
and Bud Pasco. The
Fliers, ,last year, won 18 and NAS vs. NATTCSmoker hrough for nine yards. Interference -

I .. conditioning against dropped This week tough 16 to exercises the competition.top team a and.500 has has season only;yet On Tap- Tonight- At Mainside j i and he trike Bishop Fliers then on to a pitched right converted pass all the to halfback Bernardi way a despite touchdown to Wallbank the moved a bad six.

to scrimmage. I .'. pass> from center. Final score,
return match between NATTC, in a welterweight go winning ways. Both won their 313..
.... Winning the National with League fighters of NAS and NATTCenter that will keep fans satisfied. last matches. Score by quarters:
batting championship Musial of the a will highlight the second Burrell whipped Johnny Deiganof There will be plenty of other 'arris Island7 21 21 14-63
mark of .355, Stan his lifetime big Smoker of the year tonightat the Center in his last fight. entertainment too Lt. (jg) fax Navy ..._0 0 6 7-13
Cardinals lifted to .3473 to average give 2000 at Mainside Gym... Ken Smith brother of Floyd Ken Benine, of VF-13, will dis- I Touchdowns Parris Island:
one point Some six top-notch boxing will carry the family as well as play his skill on the parallelbars. Mixon 2, Hayes 2, Travagline 1,
him the leadership in the majors.among players Ted- bouts are on tap, but that is NATTC colors in the middle- Benine's exhibition is tielich 1, Elder 1,, Majeski 1,

Williams active of the Red Sox, the not all. A program full of entertainment weight clash with Paul Taylorof worth seeing. He is a former Watson I, Jax Navy: Spang J,
batted .318 this ranging from gym- VP-861. Another middle- letter-winner in gymnastics at Vallbank 1. Extra Points-Parris
previous lifetime, nastic exhibitions, tumblingacts weight encounter will feature Georgia and Chattanooga. Island: Vacanti 9. Jax Navy, Bishop -
and his average
year Bill of VP-861 and Bob
bar exhibitions, Deley 1.
.3466. parallel Gil Whitaker and Bob Miller
dropped to wrestling, comedy and music Harris of the Center. will team to present a tumblingact I .

Worcester, Mass. Discussinghis has been arranged for sports Jocko from Jenetzke NAS, hard boathousewill hitting including several hair-rais The Sporting News has named

Holy Cross eleven with a fans. puncher NATTCenter'a ing stunts, Stan Musial of the Cardinals and
match held go against
sportswriter; Coach Eddie And- last In their month previous at NATTCenter'soutdoor Jim Gaynor in a welterweightmelee. The four Swedish Bell Ring- 'reacher Roe of the Dodgers in
erson gave the following descrip- ers, who you have to see in action
tion of one of his halfbacks, arena, NAS and NATTC .' to appreciate, will create the National League and Ferris
Johny Turco: split, each taking three bouts fistic mayhem. An exhibition Fain of the Athletics and Bob'eller
In non-team fracas Gene
"He can't pass, and he can't and drawing. .the. other. Hardt a and Jack Cunningham, wrestling match Is also on tap. of the Indians in th*

do block; The only thing Turco That's can Carl Burrell of NAS will be both welterweights, from NAT Music will be furnished by the American League as the icy pertormers
is touchdowns. .
all." score pitted against Floyd Smith of TC will try to extend their Si Reimer trio. of 1J>51. -

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of property such as washing mathincs :

automobiles, furniture, ra the last business meet-
dios, clothing and the like is prohibited : ing Oct 17, Mrs. Elliot Newell
by Defense Departmen r rsT : gave a report on the Annual Con-
regulations! This I column wll i vention of the Navy Wives Club!
however list such services a of America at Chicago which she
available housing rides wanted attended as the delegate.Mrs .
lost and found articles and othe r LIiity Newell was elected South-
similar notices' eastern Regional President. The
FOR KENT ; next Annual Convention will beheld
Rm. in pvt. home 2804 WalleiMrs. In Key West in Oct. 19:>2.

Tmholster. Ph. 2-7687. 6 The Club will have a Halloween -
2 (urn. rms., 2031 Herschel SI Social meeting on Saturday
Mrs Hardy Griffin Ph. 7-650J: : night Oct. 27. All members and
Will hare home. Mrs. Marchus friend are invited to come with
1319: Hamilton St.. Ph. 8-382S: t then husbands. If you are a Navy
Rms. with or without kit. prig' wife and new on this station this
Riverside 1429 Donald St. MiD !* iia good time to get acquaintedwith
M. Benfield, Ph. 82381. : I all the girls from the Navy
Furn. 5-rin. apt., $7:> per mo Wives Club No. 86. Informationcan
Fairfax Manoi. Atheson PI. be obtained bv calling the
8-42G7.f ( i president, Mrs. Elliot Newell at
f Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house Orteg I. extension 8286.
2920 Harvard, Mrs. O. N. Dow I .
Furn. rm., 2903 Dellwood. Mrs,: I The Not-New-Shop has re-
' W. G Bowden Ph. 75626. ceived more new merchandiseand

Single & dbl! rms. 1628 dialler, __ "_____.m'....__ __ y_ _._. .,..-....-lOii.i...__ '*l offers many bargains in uni-
Ave. Mis. J. C. Someis Ph:I. forms, women sand thildien's:
BOWLING AWARD-Winner's of the Overhaul & Repair mixed bowling league the "Plnbust-
2-5008. ers, were presented their trophy in ceremony last week. Capt. William E. Kenna O&R Officer, apparel and many other miscel-
Will' share home, Southside. Mis s presents the trophy to Dave Kemp, captain of the winning; crew. The "Pinbusters" topped a circuit I laneous items. Donations are always -
McDonald Ph. 9-5670. of 10 teams organized during: the summer. Watching the presentation are, left to right. Martin appreciated. If you leave
Furn. 5-rm. house Murray Hill 1 I. Hesse, Nellie Stack and Ruby Harrington, team members. The 'Tinbusters" will hold the trophy the station and have things youdon't
Mrs. Groves, Ph. 2-4275.:! until next I care to take along please

2-rm. furn. garage apt., $60 pel r __ year. __ __ ___m_ _____ __ call extension 8226 or 368. The
mo., also 2 rms. fuin.. 260 Park Not-New-Shop will find someone
Mrs Bessie Houston, Ph. 8-2770 New Style I who can use it.

Will share 6-rm. house, Murray( The store is open to everybody
Hill. Mrs. O'Farrell Ph. 8-6717 I BreezingAround 0 & R I (Continued from Page 1) Navy personnel and civilian
Furn. 2-rm. apt., apply Iron Ket briefly discusses how to submit a workers alike on Tuesdays from
tle. Mrs. Arslin, Ph. Orange beneficial suggestion and again I 1000 to 1600. It is located next to
Paik 8-4061. !1 the Barnett Bank here on the
gives Navy's as to
Furn. 3-rm. apt., $35 per mo., I station.
Murray Hill Garden. Bauldiee 1'- __ ___ ---- the types of suggestions desired. *
2-9885. Division Helen Olsen As has always been the practice I
Ph. Process is Helper MS. We The
Nursery is again making
])ble. garage apt., furn., $75: per Shop 3277-Miami can breathe also have a new dispatcher Ella the suggestion will be considered preparations for another Christ C
mo., 4249 Appleton Ave. Mrs easy for awhile now that Fred Mae Jones, Helper MS. We first for its local application. If mas season. Several hundred dol-
Doswell. Ph. 2-0556 "c p" Smith, Metalsmith, and have a lot of potential Engineers adopted an initial award will be lars worth of toys and gifts have
made. Second, it will be considered
Furn. im., 4621 Astral Murray William "Mcit" Wright. Metal- Performance Standards men in already been and
Hill. Mrs. G. L. Brittain. smith, are back at their respec- the shops. for wider application in Navy order. There will be
on a
Furn. 1 ims. & bath apt. garage,,, tive benches. The Jax Drum & I and if useable an additional award Halloween Party at the Nurserv
2151 College. Mrs. Smith, PIt, Bugle Corps made quite a hit I Inspection Items granted for Bureau or Navy-wide Oct. 31. Irene's Dance Studiois
75960. with Mrs. Douglas MacArthur.The Lcdr. Frederick C. Kidd. In- adoption.All also planning a big Christmas
}'UI'I\. 3-rm. apt., Jax Beach 123"n, Corps struck up a tune of 'spection Officer, has made the \ Kinplo.xfM: }:\\I ihle I recital. There are no openings in
N. 18th Ave, $50 per mo. Mrs. "Long Long Trail" and joinedin following changes in the Inspection I the morning senior kindergartenclass
Lentz, Ph. 52369. vocal accompaniment by Mrs. Group: Michael A. George, In addition the suggestion will but there are five
Furn 3-bdrm. house $125 per MacArthur while the General AMC. Group Chief; Claude E. be considered for its application in the afternoon senior openings kinder-
mo., 4228 Shirley Ave. R. M. stood by and just grinned.We Coleman ADC and Guy A. within the Department of Defense garten class, and two openings in
and if either of
Frances, Ext. 8240. have with Jones Jr., ADC. Staff Assistants; adopted by the
are glad to us a junior class held in the morn
the other two the
Fuin. 4-rm. garage apt., $50 per newcomer to Jax and the O&H- Eldee Tilley, ADC Asst Division departments ing. There are several openings
will be in line for
mo. Miss Muller, Ph. 2-9779. Oregon; has let one of its "Bea Supervising Inspector Equipage, suggester additional award. another in the dancing classes.
Single & dble. rms., reas, 1447 vers' slip away and wander, like Finish and Flight Test Inspection I Since the beginning of the cool
Avondale Mrs. Lee Schultz, Ph. the birds Southland for the win- Division and Ernest E. Win- The Suggestion Program provides season the Nursery has dIscon-
2-5930.:: borne Jr.. ADC Asst. Division an opportunity for every
ter. He is, namely, Cecil M. tinued to shower the children be-
Furn. 2-jm. apt.. 551 Herman Mrs. Channer, Metalsmith. Supervising Inspector, Power member of the Navy family to fore they to bed. therefor
Wood, Ph. 2-9005.; Plant Inspection Division. have a voice in its operation anda go
Shop 3327 Landing Gear- parents are requested not to
Finn apt., pvt. ent.. 2056 Dell- Frederick "Pop" Shienle AMG, John W. Stancil Aircraft Inspector chance to earn recognition as a bring towels any longer Any
wood Ave. Mrs. G L. Loggins. has been out sick for several in accordance with Bu- constructive! thinker i providing' left in the Nursery should be
Unfurn. 3-bdim. house. $85 per weeks. We understand that he is reau of Naval Personnel letter of cash awards for useful sugges picked up.

mo., available between Nov. 15 in New York under the care ofa June 5, 1951, will enter trainingat tions. I I All parents specially those
& Dec. 15 5239 Woodcr'est Rd., physician. Piasecki Helicopter Corporation I Combined thinking of all Navy I who are sending children to kindergarten -
Hillcrest section. Kingsburv.rou Morton Pennsylvania, for employees, it is pointed out keepsthe
3226-A asked
Shop arrival welcomed are to
the maintenance and
training in Navy shong.I
in the shop the wf'ekAddedBenctils have all extra clothing marked
2-bdim. cement block house GI past overhaul of HUP-2 Helicopters.Jury I
with the child's name to avoid
equity Hilicrest section off Cas- duty which will be sure fish recently that he's an ex- confusion and exchanges.
satt between Park & Post. Call I to result in a deadlock of at perienced swimmer. The Chief For anv information concerning -
at 5239 Woodcrest Rd., Kings- least 20 years if they sit in the having found just the right spot the Nursery and its many activities
bury. same court, called Inspection Div- was fishing off the North Jetty please call the supcn'lsor.Linda ,
r Unfurn. 6-rm. house, Timuquana For Blue Cross ision Supervisors Jess A. Marable rocks, when a big boat ploughedby Forsyth. extension 363
:Manor f.5511310unt Ave., $3500; and Charles L. Saxton last week. causing the waves to just
'I. mo, payments $12.83. Mrs Mar- Seriously, both men were gladto about "swamp" him. He advised Chief Inspector starts shakinghis
tin., Ph. 27822.39inr.IIouse Policy HoldersAdditional do this duty.Congratulations. would be rock fishermen to finda head and backing up like a
.t Trailer, 26-ft., com- to Irving G. spot where it's a sure thing to "sand fiddler" when offered d
i c pUlely equipped, sacrificed for benefits have been Ball ADCA, and Eugene; Mays, "hang on" when a boat passes. "good cigar". The secret'ou
'cash, terms if needed, 4851 Cal- added to the station's Blue Cross, AECA who were advanced to Miss! Lillian Wolfe, Senior Mr. Butts was given a loaded
Uh Rd. H. E. Clayton, Ext. 342. Blue Shield contracts at no add- the rate of Chief Petty Officer Clerk Main Inspection OffiC'e.I I one" not too long ago.
U5.0!Liberty 2-bdrm. house-trail- itional cost to subscribers, it was Oct. 16. According to tradition, avers that if and when Laverne .
I er,8ell equity or trade for announced this week. the men were "dunked" in the M Lee AA and Frederick R. I PlanningCapy :
ho.Uae. J. W. Smith Azalea The new benefits with no St. Johns River. They admit the Szuch A A, retire from the Navy Itacharach Clerk typist
} Trailer! Park, Lot 73. change in rate will become effec- water was mighty wet but mak- they should be given postal jobs I and her husband could easily be
Equity in 3-bdrm. block house, tive on all hospital admissions on ing "Chief" was worth the dunk- because being such good cooperative persuaded to sponsor a lawn
3426 Brookhouse Dr., off N. and after November 1, 1951. The ing. They didn't even mind do- messengers and always so partv. They have moved into
I'' Edgewood, or contact H. L. increased benefits provide for no nating the cigars Congrats, also willing, she knows they carryon their new home at 9813 Elaine
J.-j" Mewter. Shop 4142. O&R. limit on the amount paid for to Walter D. Pass: who advancedto I the ancient postal traditionthat Rd., and she invites everyone to
l\IISI.IA; EOU1; each hospitalization for Basal ADI. "regardless of rain sleet come over and help plant eras-
Baby sitter--Janelle Schultz NAS Metabolism Benefits Electrocardiograms I hail or snow the mail l must go''" Back at her desk is Iris Curtm
Ext. 8326. and Electroencephalo Wilbur I. Geiger, ADC narrow- I Charitable friends have been 1 clerk typist. She and her husband
Baby sitterCecile Bowen 2031 grams. ly escaped having to prove to the wondering why Edward H. Butts lust got back from the frozen
Herschel St., Ph. 8-1867. north (only it wasn't so frozen >
Ride wanted Hilicrest Subdivision ------- --- aftci of week-
Too non-participating: hospital' spending a couple :
Murray Hill, starting Oct with her Kalarna/
benefits are now $20 for the first parents in
29 08001630. Thelma Peacock day, $28 for a two day stay and MIch.
Ext. 493.Riders ::. 'I
Missing from the Time Sectionand
$7 per day up to a total of 31
wanted Springfield or missed Vera Gaul-
days in any contract year. I being is
Riverside, 07301600. F. A. Powell Addition of the new benefitswas den timekeeper who is on )leave
Ext. 8112 or Ph, 65189. made possible by the lowei' Also on leave is William L. Sloan.
Ride wanted-15th & Nelson Al- operating cost of the Florida Blue I AA who is spending 20 days!
lendale. Mrs. W. R. Letham, Cross Plan brought about with I with hIs parents in PittsburghPa
Ext. 614. the acquisition of the new build It the mailman has been de
Riders wanted Times Square, ing in April of this year. Plan I livci'mg packages to the Time
Southside & Riverside, 0800- officials reported. Section they are for Joseph r
1630. Betty King, Ext. 582. I Volanski AN. He will be 21 on
4 male riders wanted--Vicinity of The Plan a has announced thatan Oct. 21. Also a "happy birthday"to
AiluiRton, 0730-1600. Madsen: additional benefit rider for Joe Goss. P&E who is celebrating -
Ext. 1)6.Form( attachment to contracts will be Oct. 19.
issued to all subscribers at a later Chief Bill Fisher who was attached -
Plans date. The rider in addition to to Workload O&R for
containing a change in benefits two :years recently transferred to
Continued from Page/ *) will also list, for the benefit of Norfolk, Va lie'will report for
Separate parties scheduled to subscribers, an up-to-date listingof duty with the Anti Submarine
h.! held simultaneously with the benefits available under the Squadron 26. Chief Fisher was
station\ party will be sponsored by Blue Cross Plan.Enrollment j well known around O&R circles '
the U. S. Naval Hospital and in the Blue Cross Among those handing out
NAAS Cecil Field at their this week is William'Moll
respective Plan can be obtained by new em- cigars ,
commands. ployees upon completion of an AM3 He recently made, his rate
Serving on the committee with application within 30 days after and to quote him "I'mhappy I
Captain Dittmar are Chaplain S. date of employment. Other en- GRADUATES FROM: ARM SCHOOL-Lawrence E. MI11U! made 3rd and there will be more
Kenneth Johnson, ComFairJax; rollments in the group can only gan AM3! of NAS Jacksonville, :receives a certificate of gradua- cigars when I make 2nd."
Chaplain Milton Kuolt NATTCen- be made during the anniversary tion from the Provost Marshal (General's School Camp Gordon Foy Crosby, P&E will be leav.
fc-r; Mrs. Douglas T. Day, Mrs. period of the Naval Air Station Ga. Milligan completed the Mill itary Police Enlisted; Advancedhe ing this week for Philadelphia
KMIott C. Newell, Lt. Carl R.Sett group which i* June of each Course Class No. 4. Presenting; t certificate is Col. Edward F. Pa. to attend the ASO Coding
and Lcdr. Guy N. Stroud. year. I Penaat assistant commandant of the school. I Conferences.Page .

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