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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1952
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Blood Bank One



:y:' Over 21,000 Pints Of ,y(9y qO



.. Blood Collected Here 1 cA nay,. .'

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Over 21,000( pints of blood have
Judlng NATTCenter, Fleet Air ,ian needs.
been collected,by the Blood Donor .
Center at NAS, Jax since its Wing Eleven, Fleet Air Jacksonville ,
inception one year ago. Naval Hospital', NARTU, :THIS PROGRAM is ,the responsibility ry S l

This is one of ,the finest rec- NAS Jax, NS Green Cove of the Office of Defense

ords of any military establish Springs, and its Fleet Reserve, Mobilization, with the r k i

ment in the country.Approximately Cecil Feild, Mayport and Florida American Red Cross named as ,
90) % of this to- Military District.
the official coordinating ,agency, :
tal has been donated by military As the campaign moves into its 'r'y
perspnnel the various instal- second year, it has been announced Capt. Julius C. Early, Senior r
lations in the Jacksonville area, that all blood collection activities Medical Officer of the Station,

eh civilians from NAS 'Jax I have been integrated ihto I has stated that the local facility ..._... w -, .aY.R. .-..- "".'
balance. single National Blood Programdue I will continue an uninterrupted
the a
NOTIIING TO IT-There has been a noticeable lack of wo-
and will endeavor to
schedule,
to the necessity for a continuing '
to this deal
men blood donors here, but proving there is nothing
LOCAL donors who help to comprehensive blood program meet the quota assigned under of giving blood is Ruth Hall, AA, Wave from NATTCenter. Attending .I
meet the 120-pint daily quota on a long-range basis, for the new program. is Robert Robbins UN. NATTCenter Waves lead the list .
I here come from commands in- military, civil defense and .civil (Please Turn to Page 2, Col 3)) of 2% of women donors here. '






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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander' Fleet ,Air Wing 11

VOL-10 No.. 23 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 11 Sept. 1952



Requests Can I Aviation Training Aids Unit




Be SubmittedFor Begins Full Time Operations


Full time operations have begun for the recently organized -,
Fleet Air Jacksonville Aviation Training Aids Unit

NROTC I with the arrival last week of its "commissioning letter" and

I the first of its assigned Tradevmen.

All enlisted men who wish 1 Assistance in ground training .
I such as the link trainers naval ,
available to
.' is now
to take examination for entrance programs
aviation activ- air mobile trainers and operational *
fleet
z supporting
]' into the Naval Reserve flight trainers which require .
Officers Training Program ities at NAS Jacksonville, NAS
Cecil Field NAS Key West, and qualified operators.
have until Wednesday
",; NAAS Sanford. The Fleet l Air Jacksonville
Oct. 1 to submit requests.
,
Aviation Training Aids Unit will
and doctrines
; Training programs
z The service-wide competitive already established in maintain liaison with guide, assist

,;..;. examination will be conducted Fleet Air Jacksonville groups and indoctrinate aviation
Dec. 31 and all qualifying men
; ,
units in the applicationof
proper
will be supported by providing
into
; will enter as midshipmen

t, the NROTC in the fall term. The '= .- j.,A1Vf., nY1..."},r":._....,..._...... ffn Mn ,.S','<.- .P..............N..... additional aids, devices, literature training aids. .and* devices. ',
test will determine the selectionof EMPLOYEES WIN AWARDS "Personal achievement de- I l and demonstrations of operation
enlisted men from the regu- serves personal' recognition," was the greeting given by Capt. I and techniques to be Adequate stocks of training
lar Navy for enrollment in one Burnham C. McCaffree (center) NAS commanding officer, to ten I used with those issues as well as aids and high usage spare parti
: civilian employees, as they assembled for an award ceremony. limited assistance from Tradevmen to ,satisfy the anticipated requirements -
52 civilian colleges
of the par- Five of the employees received pins for thirty years service while
.';' ticipating in the NROTC pro- the four above, all of O & R, received a total of $810 for Bene- in preparing new* programs. of supporting activities
*
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,:+;, gram. ficial Suggestions. Maurice Samples briefs the Captain on how will be maintained and new
." ., wornout exhaust stack Joints are salvaged by his suggestion of It is not intended, though to developments in the field of
.' spot welding thin stainless steel straps to the inside surface. Left actually conduct the training training and training device
.' ELIGIBILITY requirements for to right are: Maud L. Reed. George W. Rapoff, Captain McCaffree, for individual squad will be closely watched for
a candidate for NROTC are: (A) Samples and Raymond L. Morkin. program possible
rons except on major devices use here.
; Be a male citizen of the U. S.;
(B-Be) unmarried, and never For Recognition All requests from fleet air

have been married; (C-Be a 1 groups for films: charts posters

"' high school graduate or possess Cash Awards Service Pins A GLANCE INSIDE I. mock-ups, and models will be
;( an equivalency certificate, (High processed by the Aviation Train-
school level GED, acceptable); There are over 700 enlisted ing Aids Unit and advised oi\

(D-Be not less than 17 or more pilots in the Navy. They fly by that organization, insuring

't than 21 years of age on July 1, Given To Ten EmployeesFive everything. Read this story on against duplicity or stockpiling
;;': 1953. Page 9 and many other features II of valuable materials as well as
in today's Issue. to expedite obtaining them.
:4't"; .. A further provision in the recognition pins for 30 years Federal service and ABC Instruction ..,h"H'.. Page 7AP's M .
f.: NROTC law permits men who four cash awards for beneficial suggestions saving the Naval Fly Everything h Page 9

";. have had active duty in the mill- Air Station more than $100,000 a year, were presented to Blood Scores _..._._.._.. __ Page 6 I Assignment of available trained .

:'. (Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 5) NAS employees last Friday by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, GI Bill Schooling ...... .. Page 3 personnel for assistance will be t)

commanding officer of the station.The Saucer Survey ...h'.' ._ Page 4 area training programs
Scouting Squadrons ._. Page 8 made as necessary to best support ..
cash awards, amountingto -
In Blood
: > Change main fuel tack vacuum relief the installation maintenance
Shrimping _. __ Page 9
(
$810, were granted to GeorgeW. valve .onuun. h and operation of the available
Donating HoursIs Rapoff, quarterman, aircraft 30 assembly.Year Men Honored Sports .._....._......_ Pages 10, 11 training aids and devices. -
Truck Or No Truck _.... Page 5 I
mechanic motor Maurice, T.
; Craves and Reed split a $275 For further information, it is
AnnouncedA ____.. 8VF14's
Samples metalsmith aviation; USO Girls Too Old Page '
award for a process for cleaning recommended to squadron training -
Good Will .._ Page 6 'I
change in hours for com- Raymond- L. Morkin, aircraft aircraft parts by water blast officers they call NAS extension
mechanic i general; John E.' Washington Report. Page 2 I
mands donating blood to the gun. I 8296 or make a visit to unit

Armed Forces Blood Center Graves, quarterman, electropla- (Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 5)) a A ,. headquarters in Building 168. -
. was made effective this week. ter; and'Maud L. Reed, leading-
, A of NATTCenterhours man, aircraft mechanic general. -
I. swap from 0800-1100 Monday All are, employees of the Over

through Thursday was madeto haul and Repair Department.One I Credit Union Now Has 1,189 MembersMembership I I

1100-1300 the same days, Award For $275

with one group scheduled for Rapoff topped the award list
of almost $$15,695.00 Other loans are in
Sax increase
in the $18,482.63, an -
1000( Wednesdays. Change in with en award' for $275 for de-
Navy Federal Credit Union $2,500.00 since I last the process of investigation
__
made the
hours was at requestof signing a machine to clean aircraft -
has shown steady increase month's report.Withdrawals. and consideration by the
NATTCenter, since the for- :
anti-friction elim-
bearings, .
and Credit Committee, and will be
during the past three one-
interfered with
schedule
mer bottleneck of
inating a long
half months, Joseph E. Neth, in the amountof granted as quickly as total as-
student exams. standing and $59-
saving nearly
Board of Di- have resulted from sets permit.
president of the $725.00
,
Including
Other commands,
000 in material'end man.hours. j
,-r rectors has announced. members being transferred or
Field Green
Cecil ,
NAS Jax, .
Cove Springs, Reserve Fleet, Other awards' went to' Samples Civilian and military mem- leaving employment at Naval NAS lax: and other Naval
who received $150 for devising a bers now number, 1,189 with Shore facilities in this area, Shore Establishments in Du-
FAW-11 Com-
::,.. Naval Hospital, ,
method of spot welding .010 val County comprise the lar-
'f and new membership applications since the Credit Union was es-
FairJax AIM, Engineers
thick stainless steel straps to the in this
District have being received daily. tablished.The gest employers area.
Florida
Military ,
for between inside of exhaust stack joints, Officials also,'announce that Credit Union has made: Should all, employees join the
been
0800 and provided'1000. and to Morkin who' received $110 total deposits have reached 76 loans to date, amounting toY (Please Turn to Pg. U, Col. )
for a new way of repairing the






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: Over 21,000Continued Report From 'Washington

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CALLING FOR all hands to Social Security Amendment

cooperate, Capt. Early reassures,
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air "There is no danger involved in

Station. Jacksonville, Fla. giving blood as all personnel are Extends Wage CreditsNew
NAS Jacksonville thoroughly checked by a com-
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree.. ..Commanding officer petent staff to
in
I Comdr. James H. Armstrong., ..____._Executive Officer assure they are amendments to the Social
f Lt. Dave Barksdale.__._._ Public Information Officer fit condition to donate. Person- contracted.
Fleet Air Jacksonville nel are urged not to judge their Security Act went into effect recently e

", Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison.________ i ...Commander I own blood condition, but to vol- under which wage credits
Capt. Howard V, Hopkins ..._'-':" _Chief of Staff unteer and let the medical staff will be given for active servicein The new Armed Forces News-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven make the final determination." the Armed Forces throughDec. map prepared by the Office of

r Capt. Arthur S. Born___ .... '_'_' Commander Blood given by civilians in this 31, 1953. The earlier act Armed Forces Information and
th Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton, ...Chief Staff Officer program will i in no way deplete gave such credits from Sept. 16, Education, has been distributedto
.' Naval Air Technical Training Center blood stores available to them in 1940 to July 24, 1947. The new installations throughout the
Capt. Lester K. Rice._. .. Commanding Officer amendments extend the provis- U. S. It consists of a world
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_........._..__Executive Officer the blood insurance plan in ef- photographs and several of
fect in the area. ions from July 25, 1947 to the .
Naval Hospital week's top news stories. In
end of next
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year.
I Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_ ..Commanding Officer
f" Capt. T. F. Weinert _'__'_ ._Executive Officer ALL BLOOD collected be1C .. .. .. dition, a visual aid is reproduced
on the reverse side of three out
t',,' NARTU comes the property of the United (By Armed Forces Tress Service)
Easton Noble.. .Commanding Officer of four issues. The .newsmaps
!. Capt. B. States Government. Blood taken Airmen under indefinite
serving
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ .Executive Officer with the visual aid will be usedin
If1I' here is shipped, via plane, in enlistments no longer' need conjunction with Armed
specially refrigerated containers ; four service before
at the U. S. Naval Air Station years they
\ The JAX AIR NEWS It published weekly Forces Talks and will be distributed
t{ Jacksonville, Florida and printed commercially with non-nppiopilated funds to Philadelphia immedately after can resign, the AirForce has an-
with NAVEXOS P35. Rev, far' enough in advance ta
iit-no expense to the government and In compliance
, Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Nasal Air Station the collection. In Philadelphia the nounced. Last February airmen permit their being posted bul-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. whole blood is processed into vital were advised 'to withhold their on
Naval Hospital. letin boards for a full week be-
plasma, and allocated to several resignations until they had four
)" Editor-Andrew H. Planey fore the reverse side is needed.
: I Staff Members: Mary Bixiones JOSN; Dave Devroy, SN; John distributing points by the years service. This has been .
Charvat, AN; Ed Nellist, J03; Helen Harper.The Department of Defense. changed to allow them to sub-
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Force Press Service. Quotas of blood donors assigned .mit their resignations when A total of 212 line commanderswere
, AFPS materIal appearing; In this publication may not be reprinted without to the various departments "they have completed a periodof named by the Navy for promotion -
, Use written permission of Aimed Forces Press Set vice. Republication of other to captain
matter, except by service publications. It prohibited without permlsulon. of aboard the station are publishedin service equal to service required includingthree
Editor: JAX AIR'NENVS.Editorial the plan of the and enlistedfor reservists, 68 naval avia-
day, results ,of airmen who
offices located Building! 930 (topside). Phone extensions of quotas met are reviewed three years on the same date tors, 17 engineering duty officers -
$184 and 216. and 11 aeronautical
weekly in the Jax Air News. the indefinite enlistment was engi-
neering duty officers. Ages
Be Honorable, Rob Not Yourself the group range from 38 to.

.I' 'Who Steals My Good Name Steals \ //. : in with the the 39-41 largest age group.number

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', All And Leaves Me Poor Indeed' Airmen now have full benefitof
,
personal counsel and guidance

',,>> (This is the ninth of a series of articles in connection with the if i- from unit commanders regardingcareer

)f service-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards). and reenlistment advan-
, it tages. USAF Headquarters has

I. Comdr. Charles .L. Loring directed that equity, rights and

L'. To me the most important factor in maintaining frdki1grJirr t privileges accumulated by the
; I airman be explained to him be-
r" high moral standards is honesty. When I speak of hon- r fore separation. The personal

< esty I do not merely mean honesty toward our fellowmen terview is designed to give the
j
' airman leaving the Service full
; which we all know is of the utmost importance knowledge of the many benefits

<;' and value, but I am thinking more of honesty to our- Qj he has accrued.
*
selves.
The 40th anniversary of the
*
i' Navy Dental Corps was recently

:,:. / We should daily take stock and ask ourselves if we observed. An act passed by Congress .
in 1912 authorized the first
J? are living a creditable, decent and befitting life. Creditable !
apointments of assistant dental
; in that we.are worthy of the honor of our ship- I surgeons in the Medical Depart-

: mates. Decent in that we are upright in our conduct, AIDS PROGRAM-Artist Seymour Glantz, AMII3, has started ment of the Navy, limiting the
our thoughts and our speech. Befitting in that our habits his pen and ink sketches, which will be reproduced for Instruc- number at that time to not more
tive posters during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 511. This Is the
Ii and actions are befitting to the service to which we second year Glantz has furnished poster art work for the cam than.30. The Service was officially -
paign. ; designated the Naval Dental
belong. .
I Corps in 1916.

',. If we take stock in ourselves and take it honestly Puts Artistic .
DIVINE ll,
we cannot help but be better men in the eyes of our A program to train 7,000 officers -

.' shipmates. "This above all: To thine own self be true, ) Talents To and airmen a year to defendair
(
i SERVICES'Protestant bases against sabotage and
: and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not local ground attack will be
Good UseFire
then be false to any man. launched by the Air Force early

; 0800 Lutheran Communion Ser- Prevention Week, October next year. An Air Base Defense

vice, Small Chapel (Sun.) 5 to 11, begins in August for Training Center will open at
However, merely having a sincere determination to do 0830-Morning Service All Saints
,
Seymour Glantz, AMH3, who Parks AFB, Calif., Jan. 5, 1953
what is right is not enough. It is not the order to Chapel. 'again has donated his artistic to offer basic courses of 12 weeks

,' "standby to execute," but the order to "execute" that 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. talent to the Naval Air Station duration and nine-week advan-

t., brings action. Doing is believing, but believing is not 045-All Saints Chapel.Catholic Fire Department. ced courses. Defensive infantry

doing. Glantz, a mailman in the Over- tactics and weapons will be

0800-0900-1000-Mass, St. Ed- haul and Repair department, stressed, with secondary im-
t, Shakespeare wrote in Othello that "Who steals my ward's Chapel. spends his odd moments these portance given to air police

i. purse steals trash; 'Tis something, nothing; 'Twas mine, 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. days drawing pen and ink cartoons functions. .

f 'Tis his, and has been slave to thousands; but he that Mormon ,, which will be reproducedon
the fire The shortest, most'effective
: filches) from robs of that which Prevention Week
< me my good name me 930-Tuesday- NATTC Chap- posters. code message is a kick under the
f. not enriches him, and makes me poor indeed." lain's office. S table.

Let us each day be honest with ourselves lest by Christian Science. Drawing on his sailor life for

our own dishonorable actions we steal our own good 900-Tuesday- NATTC Chaplain's theme material, this 22-year-old hf
I lad depicts his "white hat" buddies -
L. name. -- -- office. I in daily operations, with the

I> Vets Warned To Get Photostatic Of I' "dos" and "don'ts" of fire safety.
Copies Discharge : A Providence, Rhode Island #. ,}

<' Veterans Administration has native, Glantz was in his fresh-
II- advised all veterans to have pho- they have their report of separa- charge or separation papers man year at the Rhode Island

," tostatic or certified copies made of tion (Form DD 214) papers, which will be endorsed and re- School of Design when recalledto

their original discharge or separation which are acceptable, to VA, cop- turned to the veterans. active duty.
ied before the original is sent to Submit Both Sides CS '
papers for use in applying
for veterans benefits. the armed services for musteringout VA also asked veterans to make Displaying natural aptitude for
payments. Mustering-out pay. sure, in submitting photostaticor art during his earlier schooling, .r
Veterans with service since
ments are handled by the indi- certified copies of discharge or Glantz won a part scholarship, in
June 27, 1950-the start of the vidual'services and not by' VA. separation papers, that they sub- competitive test, to the Design
Korean conflict should have
i For most VA administered ben- mit copies of both sides of the School. .
these copies made immediatelyif efits, photostatic or certified cop- document and not just the front. Planning to continue his art
they plan to attend school under ies of discharge or separation pa- Veterans who have been released studies when his tour 'of duty is
the Korean GI Bill this fall.
; pers are acceptable. One excep- to the reserves since June over, Glantz welcomes every
To Avoid Delay tion is the VA-Guaranteed GI 27, 1950 should submit their report chance to loan his talent now. "Jutt note from the ,.

Post- Korean veterans can Loans. Veterans applying for cer- of separation or certificateof This is the second year he has urging me to rolnv.it my matured>

1' avoid delay in receiving their education tificate of eligibility for GI Loans service since they do not get provided the artwork for the Fire bonds In U.S,Der..... BondTiury 1 1'age
and training benefits if must present their original dis- discharge papers. Prevention posters.



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FRA Branch 91 ..' / ; \\I!
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) ; i 'Safety Every Day'
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Launches 1952MembershipDrive :.: : ; ,
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Branch 91, Jacksonville's active ,i iI In a "kickoff" address August 28, Comdr. William M. Stevens, 1

duty branch of the Fleet Reserve executive officer of Naval Air Station Cecil Field, opened the ".',

' Association, launched its 1952 station's 1953 Safety Program, which will have as its theme "Safety .

membership drive Monday night Every Day." C

with kickoff of r F.l4Ctl 4
a meeting key
) Tt4Aliftitt All departments were repre- Covers Many Phases
personnel at the Chief Petty Officer' sented at the Cecil Field meet- Comdr. Stevens outlined a pro

.
Club.Keynote
ing, and were commended for gram of ways and procedures to
of the drive slated to
their cooperation and extensive cover all phases of motor vehicle
last six weeks will be to reach4E
participation in the 1951 Safety and industrial safety, emphasizing t,

eligible prospective candi- Program which: won for the sta- the necessity of "being alert f.,.
that all the ad-
personally so tion the Secretary of the Navy'sAward and not get hurt".
ages of the Fleet Reserve ,
for Motor Vehicle Safety Special Meetings j
Association be
explained
may and the Award for Industrial Other talks stressed the need
to each individual.
clearly .... Safety. for all employees to utilize safety
-- "m.-Y '''' ------ -
$50.00 Cash Prize I
Toward this end present mem- DRIVER TESTING PROGRAM With Obstacle CourseDrivers' equipment on the job such as
I Complete
safety apparell, prescription
bers were assigned to various -NAS Cecil Field personnel -

units and squadrons as contact must now complete a glasses, safety goggles, respirators -
be- Training Testing Program and gloves. The safety film
men. Each of these representatives thorough training program
"A Closed Book" was shown and i
.
drivers of
will :have 'special applica- fore qualifying as

tion blanks and other material I Navy vehicles. Lacy Combs Inaugurated At HAS Cecil FieldOfficials discussed. LI
meetings Will be
relating to the Fleet Reserve.A I (left, transportation foreman Special safety
T Schuman ( ) of Naval Air Station conducted monthly at Cecil Fieldin
right
feature of the campaign will and !Malcolm foreman
Combs, Transportation ;
In of the give Cecil Field's Safety Council an- a vigorous effort to stop acci-
,be a $50.00 prize given to some charge program and Malcolm L. Shuman, Trans-
wheel the organization of, a dents, and to inject enthusiasmin
new or reinstated member sign- William Pilgrim, EM3 a nounces portation who will conduct the
ed up during this period. At the and bumper check for accurate driver's training and testing pro- continued saftey procedures on

conclusion of the drive a num- stops on the obstacle course. driver testing t program.. .I. the job, on the highways and at

ber from one of the special ap- gram.All personnel who have not home, F. E. Selby Safety Engi-

plication blanks will be drawnto already qualified for a Navy dri Army Navy Plan neer, has announced.. .

determine the winner of theeh dG ver's license, must complete this ,

award. program before operating a Navy Big Amphibious For The RecordANSSVERS

Membership Limited vehicle at Cecil Field.

Membership in the Fleet Re- Obstacle CourseA Exercise 1. Both were born In the non-

serve is limited to regular Navy (Ily Armed FOTCM Ir.,. Service) complete obstacle course has Training cowboy state of Ohio.
"
active' duty or retired personnelwho 1. William Boyd and Roy Rog- been erected, and trainees are instructed Washington (AFPS)-Exercise 2. Iliintsvllle, Ala, (.

have over six years active ers, both cowboy stars, have some- in each and every type "Sea Scape," a joint Army and S. Johannesburg, South Africa

duty. Dues are $6.00 per year. thing else in 'common. What faIt vehicle they are required to op- Navy amphibious training man- JIll father was American.
Enlisted who interested ? erate. Instructions are also givenin
are -
men
.. euver, will be held in the Little 4. Irish.
in joining Branch 91 and who 2. Where waa Tallulah Bank- first aid in the event of acci-
Creek, Va., area Nov. 1.14, Gen. 5. Mickey McGuire, after the
have been contacted head born? dents..
not person- John R. Hodge, Chief of Army comic I strip character he portrayed
ally may obtain further informa- 3. John Daly, well known quizmaster The Council will cooperatewith Field Force, has announced.The In movie comedies. Ills ......
tion by calling either of the following and news analyst, was not the Federal Safety Coun-
exercise will Involve the real name Is Joe Yule, Jr.
members: RELE Omar B. born in the U.S. Can you name cil being established in the Jack-
278th Regimental Combat Team 6. Italian. Many persons think
Fisher, office phone 525; home his birthplace. sonville area.
he Is Spanish, pronouncing his
from the
units Armyand
phone 88-8486; Lonnie P. Rich- 4. A number of persons of Italian Five Councilmen/ plus support "
name "Ca-va-yaro, which Is Incorrect -
Fleet. The
U.S. Atlantic Navy
burg, AKC office phone 8237, descent have used the name Council officers are: Comdr.

home phone 2-1720; or Ensign Costello as a stage name? Whatis William M. Stevens, executive will transport the 278th by sea "

Jean Kirsch, office phone, Hospital the national origin I of this ; officer; Lt. James F. Donnelly, from Boston to the maneuver area U.S. Atlantic Fleet. The exerciseis
ext. Transportation officer F. E. Sel- and back. I
561 then 17. ? ;
name one of a continuing series of
.
by Safety Engineer; Lacy E.
5. Immediately before he ., I maneuvers planned by the Department

Navy Plans New A-Sub changed it to the present form, I A tactical amphibious assault I of Defense to achieve

Forrestal Class Carrier what was Mickey. Rooney'..stage Don't Be An Idiot landing will climax a period of I the degree of armed readiness
school courses and
name? The word idiot is derived amphibious I necessary to the demands of national -
Washington (AFPS) Construction unit! training ashore and afloati\
6. Although American born,
.. from the Classical Greek idio- security.
of a second 60,000-ton what is band leader Carmen Cav- tes, which meant, "those citi- The final maneuver phase will I .
aircraft carrier of the Forrestal simulate actual combat conditions
ellero's ancestral background?
zens who did not take part in
class and another nuclearpowered I possible, with DONOR GIVES
as
(Answers in Col. 5) public voting. In ancient as closely 104
submarine will soon begin, soldiers storming ashore from
Greece it was because they PINTS OF BLOOD
the Navy has announced. Both Recruit, after physical: "Well, landing craft to seize a beach-
could not; in the U. S. todayit
Sacramento-A 1 b e r t Harmon -
are included in the construction Doc, how do I stand head.
is do notandthe
because they of Rosedale Calif.
the
program of 40 new ships, and 350 Doctor: "I don't know it's a ,
word idiot is still
: appro- Sacramento blood bank's most
landing craft.Because mystery to me priate! (AFPS) The 278th RCT is a former Ten- prolific donor, was told Fri-
it possesses the design .
nessee National Guard Infantryunit day to hold on to his red cor-
talent and nearly all the neces- wife "I knew I
Exasperated : now stationed at Ft. Devens, puscles for awhile.

sary facilities, the New York was marrying a blooming idiot, ,4"v p."ya/ r.... Mass. It participated in Exercise Harmon has given 104 pintsof

Naval Shipyard in Brooklyn has but I didn't think you were a OON'T.fORGEr., .. .. A" :: ;'I! Snow Fall at Camp Drum, N. Y., blood over a period of

been selected to build the new perennial." .. /.i" ... last February. years. After donating his sixth
carrier. The new carrier, CVB-60,
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/:Jtf"l, this doctors advised
r pint
The second submarine's engine .j year
will cost $8,300,000 less than the .. ,' :
", l'/ will be him to take rest.Voting .
will intermediate / The training program a
Forrestal because most of the plant use an .
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reactor and ,4 "" '; under the over-all supervision of _
design work and experience neutron energy a .
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which has gone into the first ship liquid metal coolant. A thermal NIfV ':=_':; 4"' VADM: Franck C. Fahrion, USN, Info

will be used on the second. reactor will power the Nautilus, :;' Commander, Amphibious Force,
Washington (AFPS)-Although

I Congress failed to pass the "Serv-

You'll Wait, At Least Two Check kema,,'. Voting Act of 1952",

there is no change in the absen


1- For School Under rMGtBi l, You Need Tide-Over Money tee: voting booklet in procedures compiled the voting by previouslyautlined information the Office



Veterans with service since both the veteran and his school Because of all these factors, preceding month-will be included of Armed Forces Informa-

the start of the Korean cam- or'training establishment sub- post-Korean veterans wouldbe in his first check. tion and Education.
.
paign who are planning to go mit a certification to VA-aft wise to allow for two .

to school under the KoreanGI er the end of the monthtothe months before, they can expecta The allowances for veterans ''REMEMBER TO
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Bill are advised by the effect that the veteran rc- check from the Government, training full-time in school

Veterans Administration t o tually was enrolled in tinning VA said.i Afterwards, of and colleges under the new

take along enough money of during that period. course, checks will come reg-
Korean GI Bill are $110 for
their own to tide them over This, too, takes time, so VA ularly each month, so long as
for about two months. urged schools and establishments they remain in training and those without dependents;

The reason H. F, Dicken- to get the certificationsin their certifications are in or- $135 for those with one de- 6 ,

sheets manager of the Pass-a- as quickly as possible after der. pendent, and $160 for those

Grille VA Regional Office explained the end of the month to keep A veteran who starts CI with more than one dependent. -

is that under the law the time at a minimum. training after the 20th of a Allowances for part-time

GI education and training allowances month will have to wait sev- training, on-the-job training

'., can't be paid until Finally after VA receivesthe and institutional on farm a=DI
eral days longer for his Initial
certifications it must training are somewhat lower.
sometime after a veteran actually com
.. completes each month of pute how much GI allowance payment, VA pointed out. The The GI allowances are paid I KEEP MATCHES

: training. Therefore, one month each veteran is entitled to, and reason is that VA can't process directly to veterans, and are

'' of the delay will be caused by must mail out the payments.This his certification until after he the only payments made under AWAY FROMCHILDREN

the veteran completing his in- process, VA said, normally has completed his first full the new Korean GI Bill. _

itial month of training. will be kept down to 20, month of training. Paymentsfor They are for the purpose of

days from the date VA receives both periods-the complete assisting veterans in meetingthe !

The law also requires that the certification. month and the few days of the costs of their training.




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Trials Set ForGirls' .k'..... ,. _, '' 0' .. ." ;lX '
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SALTY HUMOR FROM Ballet TeamGirl J

HERE AND THERE of America have one common question in mind today dependents of Naval per- .<
Are there Flying Saucers aren't there? has
., or Everyone fl theory sonnel who consider themselves
Screwball Jake was standing some are humorous others ridiculous while still others are basedon .
In a crowd waiting for the good swimmers have an opportu- .....
pa- sound technical knowledge and are well reasoned out. .. ; ,:
"t rade to come along. When the With the incidence of an unconfirmed sighting of one of the nity to become members of the .., ...' ........". J, ,.
( vanguard arrived, he started mysterious discs in this area recently] a Jax Air News reporter American Junior Red Cross Girls :, .' -: ,. ,
pointing like he was counting conducted a cross-section survey of what people at NAS Jax thought wimming Club-an organization l\1*'u.. >' ". '.
s I something. A fellow in loud about the subject. : :'
noted for its outstanding \ ; > Y
clothes, a typical con man, sidled Answers.ranied from one extreme to another, but by and large .' 'ii J,.
up to him. most personnel here seemed to have theories which concurred with water shows. : : (
\. "What are you doing, bud?" he the rest of the nation. The club will hold weekly \r4: ; 1r

esked. S S _. ._-- Saturday sessions, beginningSept. .: \,
.
"I'm counting the policemen," replied 13 at the NAS Indoor Pool. : ,,;'-'
Jake. Russell Van Howling LIP2 of Classes will be held 09301200.

"Don't you know it's illegal to the Sixth Naval_ District Printing Girls between the ages of 12

count policemen in New York'? Office, said "I don't think and 18 are eligible for either the
Cs, t
\ How many did you count?" they are man-made; 'nor do I be- ;yt ;'rgx junior or senior group. Swim

1 "Ten," said Jake. lieve in some fantastic 'gadget mers who pass qualification tests '.;l :
All right, I'll fine you a dollar from another. planet. Optical illusions will become part of the ballet
npiece. Give me ten dollars and i can seem' very real andI team, which has given many ex-
;. I'll see you don't get hauled into imagine Flying Saucers to 'be hibitions here in Jax.
court." that and nothing more." Under the leadership of Mrs.
So Jake gave the con man ten Olive Zoller the girls will drill
} dollars and he left. in lifesaving special skills and

r "I certainly put one over on Al'P sycronized rythmic swimming. > ,
\. that guy," chuckled Jake. "]1 .
counted fourteen cops."

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\ Clancy was standing in line to <
jet tickets for the play, The Great __ > q.rl w.aRuss 0.+_ ".._Y _............
Miracle. Right ahead of Clancy Van Howling, LIP2
\. was Sandy Ferguson, a Scotch- t. "'.t Y '1r1 a Fiat:
man. The box-office man looked Weather plated a big role in MAINSIPf. ..,-- : .7E j' (

:; at Ferguson, saw he was a the explanation offered by Lt. Mon thru Frl.: 1700-1900-2100 SWEDISH SIREN-Lovely
\ Scotchman and said, "You know James L. Bell, Disciplinary and Sat & Sun.: 1100-1700-2000 Anita Ekberg was summonedto

the price of the tickets here, Investigations Officer, who stated Thursday, Sept 11 I Hollywood after wlnnlnc.
don't you? From fifty cents to "Hotel Sahara" ...._......._...... ..... I the title "Miss Sweden 1351.
five dollars.. "Since they appear in summer ......_.....Yvonne de Carlo The shapely blonde actress will
\ make her screen debut in "Mis
; "I'll take a fiye-dollar one," time and seem to disappear each Friday, Sept. 1Z sissippi Gambler.

5 raid the Scotchman. winter, I'm inclined to :believe) "The Sea; Hornet" _........_.._............
!, He took out a ten dollar bill, '$>_.,.__. they area type of meteor drawn ._...?_.._._....Rod Cameron Form New Navy-Air -

put it through the window, took Saturday, Sept. 13
Lt. James Bell by extremely hot .atmospheric
f' the ticket and didn't even wait conditions." "The Lady Pays Off" __._...._..u. Command In AtlanticThe

for the change. Charles D. Kfgley, AN of VP- ...._.....,.......Linda Darnell Navy has announced formation
f Clancy started to leave. The 741 remarked, "I think they are ,. Sunday, Sept. 14 of a new Navy-Air Com
box-office man saidj "Don't you possibly from another planet sent "Devil Makes -Three" ..._.._... .....
( mand to be known the
want to see The Great Miracle?" to look over the situation. If there u .?..............Gene Kelly as Fleet
({-' Clancy pointing said, "I've just 'is life in them it might be plant Monday, Sept. 15' Air Command Eastern Atlantic

( teen it." life in some form resembling either "Dal Tabarin" ......._._..........._._ I and Mediterranean.The .
animal or human shapes. I .. ....... ......Muriel Lawrence new command will admin.
| A fellow was trying to sell Max have no fears' about them being Tues. & Wed., Sept. 16-17 : ister and control maintenance,
.i n. horse.. "Is he fast?" asked Max. destructive to' us any more than "O'Henry's Full House" ._........_...
,
"Fast?'' replied the owner. "WhyIf we are to the planets we 'study { ,1 _.......:..............Jeanne Crain supply and administrative facilities
Q you got on that horse at twelve in our observatories:' NATTCENTEB of .shore-baaed naval aircraft
F o'clock at night he'd have you in lion\ thru Frl.: 18002000Sat. In the area.

.: Brooklyn at two in the morning." & Sun.: 1400-1800-2000 The USS Adirondack in Naples ,
"I'd like to think it over "I'll Thursday, Sept. 11 Harbor
will
Italy, serve as tem-
let you know tomorrow: "Affair In Trinidad"........................
I porary headquarters. Rear Adnv
The next day Max called up. ......._.._...Rita Hayworth A.
Edgar Cruise will head tin
h "I don't want the horse" he said. Friday, Sept. 1Z new command. ..
I' "I figured it out all night and "The Lady. Pays Off"' _..J:_.._ -
can't find any reason why I mm.v 1: ..__............Linda Darnell 45 *
should: be in Brooklyn at two Charles Kcgley, AN Saturday, Sept. 13 Zzzpt Is Last
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o'clock in the morning. "The .Sea Hornet" Detroit-The last name listedin

I Comdr. Vincent L. Hathorn, _".._............-....Rod Cameron the Detroit telephone directory
The youthful pilot had Just ComFairJax Training Officer, Sunday, Sept. 14 is Zeke Zzzpt.

landed his fighter plane after his said, "On an extended flight at "Too Young To Kiss".._..........._.. 4.5
first Korean mission. "Were you night recently, through a curved _.._......_....__...June Allyson "What funny names these Ko-
nervous during the attack?'' his windshield I saw several shoot- Mon.\ ft Tues., Sept. 15-16 rean towns have," remarked a

CO inquired. ing .stars which attracted my attention "Devil Makes Three" .................... man from Schenectady as he
"Who me?" the pilot shruggedhis in that they appeared to ._._.._................Gene Kelly read a Poughkeepsie newspaper
shoulders. "I was as cool as > ) Hf d2 be zooming. Later I realized the Wednesday, Sept. 17 while on his way.to.Hackensack..

a cucumber during the whole .",."'o.ffl..........'<-." .... arc in their flight was due'" to the "Bal Tabarin" -m..u......... -
thow. curve of the windshield. .......... .......Muriel Lawrence "My husband would never
The Old Man remarked: "That's Comdr. Hathorn NAVAL HOSPITALMon chase after another woman. He'

great-I was afraid when you A women's viewpoint was offered ) Tues, Thurs, & Fri. too fine, too decent, too old."

:-l 1. radioed that 15,000 enemy jets by Mrs. Dorothy Conner, 1800-2000
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...j were coming in at eight feet that Navy Exchange employee who Wed., Sat., & Sun.: 1900 Toyland Opens

you were a bit nervous." seemed to be skeptical of the Thursday, Sept. 11 Seven Pay Days

question. "Never having seen a \ ."The Wild North" _..._.........._.
Dr. Jones slipped in the well. flying saucer," she said "I can ri -___..Stewart Granger Until
i. He died without a moan. only guess that they are meteorites i Friday, Sept. 12 ChristmasToys
He should have tended to the or the like. I haven't thoughtof
s sickAnd it much..
left the well alone. Sat. & Sun.. Sept. 13-]( earlier this year. Toyland lo- (

-- i 1 t .f$1i. 'Affair In Trinidad" __ ... cated in Building 954-across r
<" ?'P i1 : f' SR F ypAL Monday\ Sept. 15 open Monday, Sept. 15.

(if/r" L "Too YoungJTo Kiss"_......._._ Navy 'Exchange. officer

.._...._.....June Allyson Comdr. Lawrence D. Wornom,
announces that a bigger and
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"The Sea Hornet" .._. better selection than ever will
.... .... .- _. ..Rod Cameron be arriving during the next
Dorothy Connor few weeks' Bicycles for all
Wednesday Sept. 17
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and the
ages even toys for
Another "Devil Makes Three"__..........m_
Navy Exchange em- space-minded youngsters,
Gene
f.. ployee, Lucielle L. Morgan, differed r Kelly such as rocket guns, will be

from her fellow worker A funeral director wired a man on sale.

: \ (f; tad stated positively, "If life inform him that his motherin local There'll be savings, too. The
Exchange is offering toysat
law had died and asked
.,. maintains itself on Mars why not whether he wanted her prices from 5 to 15 per cent
"Hey, Charlie-remember that 6 Y : on some other) planet? Or why embalmed buried lower than last year on most
or cremated. The
reply -
lag about digging; a foxhole so I .. ...... .,.,. .. .... .- not on little planets such as these read: "All three-take items. Early purchasing will
no
deep- that we'd end up in insure the most desired items.
'saucers." hances.
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11 September 1952 JAX AIR Page Five \


Vets Can Now From Lane To Lane He Goes III


Make Insurance I He's Got Truck License, Insurance, But He's Not Sure He Has A Truck I' ,


What is it, a truck or a Marable, being a law abiding lost again so the next day he .." 4
Payments To VA cart citizen at once ceased using went to the Security Officer of

That's the problem facing the North gate and pulled sruw.cTeTRt1GK 0& R. .
Veterans make their into the designated gate that *
may now 6 "
Jesse A. Marable of & R,
checks orders for same evening. The Marine sen After reviewing facts of
or money government -
It all started this way: try took: one look at Marable's the case and finding that the
life insurance premiums 1
Several months ago Marable vehicle and said 'This lane is state thought that it was a
payable to "VeteransAdministra- bought a new Crosley pickup for trucks only, you'll have to tt truck and that the people that

tion" VA announced today. truck. He went down to the use one of the others." :Mara made it thought it was a truck, S ,;

Heretofore, checks and money license bureau and there they ble complied. ., they decided that it must be a "

orders had to be made payable toflfre sold him a truck license for it. r truck and since the station
Then the insurance company, The following evening Mar- rules said that trucks would
V Treasurer of the UnitedUtes. .
likewise thinking it a truck, able tried lane No.3. The LANE w-- use lane No. I that henceforthhe

." As a result, many prem- sold him truck insurance for sentry stopped him and asked, would use lane one. That

ium payments were sent to the it. "Say, don't you read the night he! tried again.
11 11ed
Treasury Department rather thanto signs?" All trucks are to use Jh Well Marable is still pt>n-

the VA District or Central Office So, Marable thought he hada lane one." Marable complied. ) dering over whether h&'owns, v4

handling the, insurance ac- truck! About that time a After a couple of weeks of a truck or a car but he is
notice came out in the planof this, both Marable and his bearing up under the strain
count. with the Sergeant of the
the day and Jax Air News truck were beginning to get a quite well. However, now. he ;
Veterans were advised by VA that stated that all trucks complex. derided he would Guard and was informed that feels that the little truck will I

not to( send cash through the would use lane No. 1 at the get official Naval sources to he could use either lane but soon be in need of psychiatricaid I

mails but to use checks or postal main gate for exit from the rule as to whether he had a not to quote the "sarge" on it. if the dilemma is not set- -

money orders. Cancelled checksor station. truck or a car. lie first check- Well, Marable tried again and tled soon.
money order stubs serve as t

premium receipts.. Claims Act Amendment Tow-Bar TieVF102 f f., ;
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Sets $2,500 Limit 1'I i
Pay I Reminder '
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S..un) I(;I N t 1"S'' Washington ( A F P S ) An s Solves Holders of Blue Cross and }

.IN dR" ,:'; ass amendment to the Military Per- Blue Shield policies are reminded

-.'" .-.- .. sonal Claims Act of 1945 recently .1.1Gd TV-2 TrainerTowing that payments are due';
w www
enacted the 82nd a.
by Congresssets
II on Sept. 15 and 16. :
O Armed 'Fortes Press Servke) a limitation of $2,500 which '* Puzzle tt
can be claimed for personal) property : ; nrmil l r.1'IIUIIt'! "
The USO has assigned the Jew- j.'
damaged, lost destroyed, Ji
ish Welfare Board the task of abandoned incidentto ,.f A unique modification of a
captured or
setting up recreational and morale military service. + 1 regular type Corsair and F6F Junior College ;
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programs for more than 10- The amendment also .
providesfor tow bar to one for a TV2 jet
000 Marines who will take part the of claims to
payment sur- trainer has solved a major Adds Seven
in the Traex ((11) Maneuver in vivors of personnel when loss "
the Caribbean area. Sept 29 to was concurrent with death. In kk.y lam y, F problem for personnel of VF-

Nor. 3. The JWB is currently addition it extends the statute of 102, NAS, ,Cecil Field. New Courses n'

involved in 27 service units in limitations from one year to two When the conventional type ,
Seven new in the fall .
courses -"Y"
the U. S. and overseas.
years. 4.L S aircraft squadron received its
semester evening program of
Claims must be presented in
first TV-2 jet, no( means were "
The establishment of a rail- writing within two years after Jacksonville Junior College have "55
available to transport the
head facility to be used only in they accrue or within one year been announced.

the event of mobilization will be after July, 3, 1952, the date of trainer to the refueling pit. "Personnel Management,"
started soon at the former Camp enactment of the amendment. When confronted with the
:' difficult Lcdr. B. "Teaching of Health in the Ele-
White location Medford, Ore. I : situation Roy

The construction calls for basic Winnie the WAVE says she Ignores ...... _. ..; .... J. Dalton skipper of VF-102, out- mentary School," 'Teaching of
, utility systems, access roads, traffic lights because lined the modification which Science in the Elementary .

spur rail lines, and communications "when you've seen two"( or three, Is TOW a regular BAR-type Illustrated Corsair here and was executed by VF-102 metal School 1, "The Humanities," '

systems. you've seen them. all.. F6F tow bar converted by VF- shop personnel. "General Mathematics," "Intro-
m to tow TV-! jet aircraft. Several jet trainers are now
duction to( Engineering Problems"and
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The Navy Bureau of Medicine assigned to the squadron's
Each Student Indoctrinated "Ethics"
are the additional
and Surgery celebrated its 110th spaces in hangar 13 and are
towed about with comparativeease courses to the evening program.
anniversary recently. Although
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provisions for the care of sick NATTCenter Puts Out thanks to the conversionof
and injured personnel were in the conventional type tow Other standard evening courses

... effect prior to Aug. 31, 1842, it bar. scheduled are: Elements of Ac-

was not until that date that a off. The students then actually counting, Business, Intermediate Law, Elementary Accounting
central controlling bureau was Some 120 Fires A Buy
created. extinguish the fire with the mo- Statistics, Beginning Typewriting

bile equipment. As an added Advanced Typewriting, Begin.
,Y. 5 "We put out 120 fires a day here." safety feature three instructorsand ning Shorthand, Shorthand Dic-

Maj. Gen. Randolph M. Pate, When M/Sgt. Sherman Olson at NATTCenter delivered that a hospitalman stand by to tation, Principles of Insurance, ,

,. USMC, has assumed command I statement, he was not implying that the station was suddenly render the students immediate Engineering Drawing, Introduce .

of the Second Marine Division, I burning away. He was referring to( the fire-fighting i instruction program assistance in case of mishap. tion to Social Science, History of

replacing Maj. Gen. Edwin A. I now in progress at NATTCenter. M/Sgt. Olson, x former Marine the United States, American National
Pollock, who will take over command : Each student of the Center's
I pilot says "These newcomers Government, English Com-
First Marine Division fire. :The rest .of the class are
of the -
I' i Airman Preparatory School, re- to aviation get theory and position, General Psychology,
: Gen. Pate formerly spectators. Usually a total of
Korea.
r in
gardless of sex has to demon- practical application to fire fighting Physical Science, General Biology -
directed the Marine Corps Re strate the ability to put out three large fires are started. that will be of immense Fundamental Mathematics,

> serve. small fires and have a working Only volunteers from the class value in case of fire or crash. If Basic Mathematics, Fundamentalsof
.
,' knowledge of the mobile equip- fight these fires. but one life is saved, by any of Speech and Public Speaking. _
:a Representatives of the U. S. ment used for larger fires. Fight Fire Personally these students, the course will I '
'.... Armed Forces and allied armies Gas is the remainsof have been worthwhile to them '
Theory, Practicality poured on Evening Classes are scheduled. ... \
.
,,..: were recent spectators at a demonstration The 'student receives seven a fighter and then touched and to the service." from 1845 to 2130. All classes will -
..
"" of flame warfare at I hours of instruction in firefight; "i I ___ ___.___.. ,, meet on Mondays and Thursdaysat
the Army Chemical Center, Md. ing. Three hours of classroom the college with the exceptionof
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',; The events included the use of rs
followed *
theory are by four ,, "Insurance "Salesmanshipand /
weapons still (In their experimental I hours of practical demonstration 'Personnel Management"which
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stages. the fire mat. The trainees ;
" on get : ir5' a'a.ff W q.ti will meet one evening a
this instruction in the 6th weekof ; week in a downtown location to \.

Capt. Vincent H. McGovern school. The usual group con- .' be announced later. "Ethics" wilt

and 1st Lt. Harold W. Moore, sists of 60 students. : ,, meet on Tuesday evenings in the r

Air Force pilots who ferried the Twelve instructors are assigned Education Building of the Riverside -

first helicopter across the North I to the unit. They give both Baptist Church.Jacksonville .

Atlantic, have been awardedthe 'theory and practical demonstra- Junior( College Is ,
Distinguished Flying Cross tions. Mobile equipment consistsof fully accredited by the Southern ""

by the Air Force Chief of Staff, three fire trucks and a number Association of Colleges and Sec.'I

Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg. of hand extinguishers. M/Sgt ondary Schools) and is approvedfor

I Olson is the non-com in chargeof all educational benefits avail-

,: WavesDirector Retires instructors. ft Ef' able to veterans of World WarII "

,.t. Carefully Coached as well as to( Korean veterans.
The Navy will lose its top The prospective fireman, arriving Registration for day and eve

4 woman officer early next year at the mat Is carefully ning classes is scheduled from ..' ''t

.:;: when Capt Joy B. Hancock, Director coached in the handling of small 0900 to 2100 on Sept. 17 and 18. .. '(
of the WAVES retires. and large fires. Each piece of ':'
equipment is demonstrated and QUOTABLE QUIP $ :
The Navy announced that she t
questions answered on it's opera- The Soviets may claim to have "';
,I will retire under the provisionsof tion. -- invented the automobile, but 'k ,f

the 1948 Women's Armed SetOices After preliminary coaching Is FIGHTING FIRE Students of the Airman Preparatory School they are too much to the left to + ',ro '
at NATTCenter complete a fire-fighting/ Job oa a Navy fighter I
claim the line down the middle
Integration Act calling for over,three volunteers( are select- plane at the Center's fire mat. During their sixth week of instruction ( oC
retirement at the age of 55. ed from the group to fight a big at the school, all students are given fire-fighting experience. the road.1'Ii' '

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,the world in an era when .
('t Armed Forcu Prtti Servlcel) "ready-made houses can be set up

1T|. t>r 1)Qn1Fl'enfh i in less than a day, the Navy has ,

dress designer Christian ; come up with an experimental

nor, who wields tremendous timesaver In the galleyprefab-

world-wide pressure on the lengthof ricated meat, I'
women's hemlines This meat is ready for cooking
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has gone with a minimum of preparation.In i
Who was driving last night?
1 too far. He dis- \ Ya other words, steaks are cut to -

played his latest individual size, ready to grill; and Local No. 1116 Send

=A creations with a roasts are rolled, tied, and readyfor
; 21a-lnch drop in the oven. Delegate Jo NFFE

skirt I lengths. Four type ,have been selectedand
F i I "beauties" contracts made"for their pro- Convention In Detroit

greeted this cessing. I Mrs. Lillian Weather, of Ac-

news with a fusillade The four types are: counting division, Supply depart.

of skep Type Fabricated Beef Unit- ment will be local 1116's delegate sat

ticism. Starlet Steaks, roasts, and ground meat the forthcoming biennial national .
Penny Edwards manufactured from choice and convention of the Federa- :

Penny Edward said, W hen I I good beef utilizing the complete tion of Federal Employees to be } :';

Dior I introduced I SHOWS HOW IT'S liONE-An. "old salt," Chief, Boatswain's carcass less the plate and brisket. held in Detroit, Mich. Sept. 8. .' .:,.
his 'new look' in 1947 It was time Mate Henry P. Crook (right) explains to Charles Doerr, SA, the I Type II-Fabricated Hindquarter '- Local 1116, which is affiliated ;:'
for a change. Another drastic I intricacies of splicing an eye in a line. Chief Crook can pass on Steaks, roasts, and ground with the N.F.F.E., is composed of \-14:
to of J'
youngsters many the experiences of a sailor, since he has
drop, though, will have us trip spent 20 of his 25 Navy years atsea.I meat using only the hindquarter civilian employees. :t, ,
ping on our skirts!" Betty Gra- I of beef. The convention will draft a ;

tU: "Women should dress for ,I A Sailor's Sailor Type HI-Fabricated Prime Rib program the objective of which'S;;'

comfort instead of style." Corinne I Roasts and ground meat of only will be to further improve per- .

Calret: "I'll have to ask my hus 'Old Salt' With 20 Years At Sea Set the prime rib. sonnel administration in the Fed- '

band's opinion." Marilyn Monroe I Type IV Fabricated Short eral government, increase effic- ,

summed up the issue: "It isn't' Lamb Saddle -- Small loin lamb iency in the Federal service, an
To Spend Rest Of His Time Ashore
what a w>.man wears-it's how chops and rolled boneless legs of better the condition of employment.

arc: wears it.ew look or old I lamb.
Having spent 20 of his 25 years
look, it all KKiounta to the same do anything. Each cut of meat in the various Officers of Local 1116 include:
in the Navy at sea Chief Boat
,
ttvng--how: mu'h looking can you swain's Mate Henry P. Crook of I Chief Crook has been married types is packaged separately with Donald R. Lee, (O&R) president;
attract." Fleet Aircraft Service SquadronSix since 1943 and says that his wife each box distintcly marked for Albert I. Spencer, (O&R) first
is as sold on the Navy as he is. ease of identification. It also vice-president; Harold L. Bridges, >J
is the of
to rest
ready
New Pics- spend .
He claims, "The Navy is one of contains a printed plastic sheet (S&F) 2nd vice-president; Mar- :
his time ashore.
U-I will film "The Glenn Miller the greatest opportunities offered with the suggested recipe number garet Callahan O&R), 3rd vice- i L
Story," based on the life of the Back in June of 1927, just aft- a young man today and that no from the Navy Recipe Service to I president; Lillian Weathers (S&- -', ;
well-known orchestra leader who er he turned 21. Crook left his one could go by making and Frank C. 1.'
wrong I be used in cooking each cut of F), secretary,
'
was killed in a plane crash in 1941 hometown of Elba, Ala., to en- it a career" 1 I meat. i Wood (S&F). treasurer. ,}:
list in the Navy. He was sent
while serving in Europe. He wasa -- -- ----- --- '
major in the Special Services from Birmingham, where he enlisted Treat Italian Orphans Aboard Wasp
,
Branch of the AAF. "Tara- to Hampton Roads for recruit

H a," ztcry of the heroic invasionby training. While in "boots", I

the U.S. Marines in WWII, is which lasted six months, most of

being rushcci into production at his time was spent doing last nothing three I VF-14 Spreads Good Will Ahroodi.
Columbia. 11o Mm will be made but marching. The
under the direct of months of the time was spent as ,
supervision ----- ---
the Marine Corps. "mess cook." I Laughter and cheers, sing best regards from the super- r-ih-rew with over 60 dollars y: :

ing 6f songs, clapping ]hands ior." collected; to cover expenses. '
J<. Louis\ Movie To add to the atmosphere and smiling faces of 55 Sicil- (Father Nanfara Marcanionio) I.

The life story of Joe Louis former boots were required to sleep aU'1 ian orphans clearly expressed Orfanolroflo Maschile "Voccone THE PARTY was a tremendous {.

world l heavyweight cham- hammocks which had to be their unceasing gratefulnessto del Povero" success and all hands of VF-14 '...
pion, will be brought to the screen ed and stowed away every the enlisted men of VF-14 agreed that the time, effort and "

next year. Louis has agreed to ing. who treated them recently WHILE ANCHORED off the money spent in giving the children -

play himself in the picture's ring Crook was assigned to the USS with a party aboard the USS British island of Malta, it was Joe a little joy was well used.

inteiludes while a professional ac- Saratoga which he helped placein Wasp while anchored in the I Kotsis, ADI, who conceived the I It is parties such as this one,

tor will portray him in other por- commission on Nov. 16, 1927. :Mediterranean at Palermo. plan of having the Tophattersalone I sponsored for the unfortunate

tions of the film. His stay on the Saratoga lasted ermo. I sponsor a party for some children of foreign ports where

until 1935 at which time he was Twenty Tophatters. acted as deserving children. U. S. Navy vessels may be visit. .

Roscoe Turner Gets DFCWashington transferred to the cruiser, USS guides and escorts to the 8-12 Kotsis thought, "If ships can I ing, that the Navy Departmenthas

Quincy. He left the ship as a year-old tots, introducing them to entertain guests aboard, then so strongly urged. .....
(AFPS-N 0 t e d Boatswain's Mate, second. what was probably their initial why not put it to practical use?" I The sponsorship of this partyby
peed flier Roscoe Turner has
ride on an escalator and deck- With permission secured, Kotsis VF-14 has greatly engendered -
been awarded the Distinguished edge elevator formed a committee of enlisted favorable public relations .
,
Flying Cross "for his contribu- After shore duty at NAS, Pen- (
Planned tours through the innards men consisting of Marco Zam- and good will for the U. S. Navy
tions to the advancement of sacola and it back to sea witha I
was
brano AMI Al
of the famous aircraft car- Zelinsky, AMI, abroad and is certainly in keeping
aerial flight the Defense Department series of "tin cans" until he

Allen
andjloland AD!, '
rier were part of the itinerary in I with God's word "Every "
announces. The award, helped put the ill-fated carrier Several informal
committee man according as he purposeth
addition to individual photos of I
rarely given to civilians USS Hornet in commission in
was approved the Wasp, cookies, candy, school meetings were held prior to ar- : in his heart, so let him give; not :
by Congress. Oct., 1941 When the Hornet was (
riving at Palermo. The call ,
and for for grudginly, or of necessity: for
supplies, perhaps many
and six
bottom
sent to the
a year their introduction to ice cream. voluntary contributions went out. God loveth a cheerful giver..
days later, Crook, who had made '
The response was unanimous (2 Corinthians 9:7):
BLOOD BANK Chief by then, was still aboard I
and spent about four hours in SHORTLY before disembarking -

BOX SCORENo. the water before being picked up for shore, the entire assemblage -

by the USS Morris.It I, of youngsters sang Italian
Quot Per- was more ships and then songs and played a brief basketball -
Sch. Met cent i in of the
one hangar
110 North game
duty with HedRon at
I
Medical 0 1 200.0
bays to show their appreciation
Island then back to sea and
Admin. 0 1 200.0
then VR-22 and Fasron Six. for the many gifts which come so
FAW 11 11 16 145.4NATTC seldom to unfortunate childrenon
180 237 .
131.6 foreign shores.
Pub. Works 24 27 112.5 Chief Crook was appointed as
Heartfelt gratitude for the
NARTU 7 7 100.0 Chief Boatswain during the war
generosity of the Tophatters was
Fla. Mil. Dis. 5 5 100.0 and held that rank until the fall
shown by Father Nanfara Mar- if
Comm. 4 4 100.0 of 1947 when he was reverted :
cantonio, superior of the orphan's -
Res. Fleet 65 62 95.3 back to his permanent rate.
home, who wrote, ,, Pc ,.
Oper. 9 8 88.8 Two of the most memorable To Commanderof _- A t

ComFairJax 84 49 58.3 events recalled by Crook includea Aircraft Wasp

IRD 2 1 50.0 trip made to Arabia aboard the "The superior of the "Boc- rciarI

O&R 98 44 44.8 USS Cimmeron, an AO, and conne del Povero' is very I
Hospital 21 7 33.3 launching of the flight of planes thankful to the boys of the air- \-

Cecil Field 12 4 33.3 led by Gen. Jimmy Doolittle that craft whom had the' fine idea

Spec. Serv. 4 1 25.0 struck Tokyo from the deck of of treating the children of this [
Supply 21 3 14.2 the Hornet. institute. '

Grn. Cove 30 4 13.3 During his career in the Navy May God recompense you cL

MarinesEngineers '10 1 10.0 Chief Crook has traveled on mostof and your families for the good -- ........- __

13 0 0.0 the seas of the world and has you have done end you may be TREAT ORPHANS ABROAD-A trio of "Tophatlers" of VF- .
AIM 4 0 0.0 visited many foreign ports. willing to do for our Orfans. 14 help pass out candy and cookies to ice-cream devouring group '
'Due to Labor Day Holiday, At he has made no Please accept come cards of of orphans who were Invited aboard the carrier USS Wasp a&
all figures: based on four'day plans present after he finishes his *'30" the founder cf "Boccone del Palermo, Sicily. John Crotty, ADI; Andy Antale, AN, and Ronald 0. '..
Allen ADI (left to rl the helping hands, while Wasp'
m'k"
quota. but says that he doesn't want to Povero". Hennove thanks and ChaplaIn Connolly M approval. '
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11 September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


Develop Oxygen ABC Training


Jets Plant At To Sea Fuel, I I Know What To Do In Case OfsGas, Atomic Attack?



Washington (AFPS):The development What would you do if you could survive under a deadly va-
were suddenly caught in a j por when the harmless .tear gas
_ of new oxygen plants, gas : 'i
I capable of making Navy aircraft attack or an atomic explosion? makes its presence known. Faul- :: ':

,, carriers self-sufficient In providing If you ever find yourself in ty methods of putting on a maskare : ,
: such a fix and you don't know soon rectified and a person
t ; oxygen for Jet, planes, has I
\ what do catching whiff will learn '
to
you'll probably'be a soon
}: \. been reported by the Navy. The .I
" : the value of the instructor's
!I'' new units will be installed aboard a goner. I
.' A training has been set words.
carriers of the Midway class and course
!i' up here at NAS to instruct all You need not attend the entire :
a the new flattop Forrestal. I
personnel, civilian and military, class. Valuable check-out periods
The oxygen plants were deIgned -
on, how to protect themselves for men who can attend only one "i
.. to meet the constantly
xr I against any kind of attack. morning are held at 0800 each 7 :}
expanding needs of high-alti
I Thursday. Classes are limited to ;
"r:: tilde jet planes that operate
KNOWN-as the Atomic, Biological 20 men.
'' from large carrier As a byproduct
*
] and Chemical Defense Train-
.%_ the plants aKo produce \
instruction NOTHING is more worthwhilethan
ing Course, this class has an -
L nitrogen, uliich'I U. used to purge and demonstration room actual experience and ABC

,+ i. gasoline lines aboard the big in Building 168 and a gas cham- instructors William i Colson,

c t>hl I[>*. ber, on Child St. in the Ordnancearea. ADE3 and Vergil Placidi, ADC,
Besides making the carriers have made use of that fact. In
;r!' nelf-sufficient in oxygen, use of A four-day course is now underway the classroom bottles of diluted 1

r these machine results In substan- in which complete information mustard, phosgene, chloropicrin,
tial savings of apace and weight on proper protective chloracetophenone] lewisite and

i-. aboard ship. In the past, carriers measures for gas, atomic and bio adamsite are passed around, each '
have been dependent upon shore logical attacks is given in addition person taking a sniff of these

bases or refueling ships for oxy to a trip to the gas chamber deadly gases. ; { 'I
under actual'gas attack condi An explanation of the chemi- ( ) ,
tions. cal detector suits, care of gas
gen.Male Chorus masks, violence of "A" bombs

LESSONS on how to wear and methods of using bacteriological] :

use a gas mask prove their' worth warfare and other pertinent sub- :> I : a
; Seeks MoreMembers when men are exposed to tear jects are also presented. i. ;

gas. One soon learns whether he Any one interested in attending i

........ ., "' ."'- "_.. ,- I I !f
ss a9 .08.,. ]
The Jacksonville Male Chorus, I

now opening, its 12th season, is I \ :

acceptingapplications for memo !
bership to bring l il' 1952-53 sing.
ing complement up to 60 voices. I'i

Naval Air Station military or
civilian personnel 'are invited to

sA avail themselves of opportunity )
for membership in this organization

recognized as one of the

,# finest male choral groups in the t P A.
South. '

:h, Anyone who is expecting to be ro iz u'o ]

t.: stationed in this area for at 'least I I
4Baaaira I ]
six months, who has had previous !? ;
s' choral experience, anti who reads \

,j.., music, can follow direction, is in- I
vited to apply for membership.

Interested personnel should I ,
contact Francis R. Gardner, extension ,

ht 332 or Lawton 'M. Green, 'I : .-*'"'.. ._11I<:-- _.II :,....-_..............
'? extension 355, NAS Supply De-
I E PREPARED-Virgil Placidi. ADC, (left), instructor,, lectures -
,, partnient. : ( on the workings of the chemical detector suit to Orville lias- i.
Applications should be submitted sen, Thomas Lewellen and Jim Mayo as part of the ABC course.
:.- prior to Sept. 1;. The course orients personnel on gas or atomic attack.
.

4 Ship Winter Winter clothing Garb for UN Early troopsin Ted Weems Band To Play I I I

Korea has been shipped two I

!. weeks earlier this year than in
"1951 in case cold weather sets in For 3 Dances Next Week i

YN, early] the Oversea Supply Div- j

ision, Seattle Port of Embarkation :Ted Weems, one man in the I,
reports. Items included par bination of four brass, four sax I I [
has been able
band world who
kas, sleeping tags, overcoats, and three rhythm, his present I I
wool gloves, socks and shoe to keep his esteemed position for band is equipped to swing 'em

wrr liners. many years, will bring his famous hot or play 'em sweet. This l combined I

A r FN orchestra to Mainside, Sept. with Ted's showmanship,
vocalists Glen West and Bonnie
Fast Aerial Camera 15, to NATTCenter Sept. 16 and
''ka Ann Shaw, Chuck Haynes and I I
Made For Jet Use to the "O" Club on Sept 17. I Lee Howe add up to keep 'Ted
Batoning good bands is second Weems one of the great names in \
t'r Washington" (AFrS.D) vetop- nature to Weems, with more I the band world today. | I

' ment of a new high-speed aerial than twenty years of experience opening with an estimated 100
.y camera for use in future jet planes behind him. He has filled out- I children expected from the various .
k has been announced by the Navy. standing engagements at famous activities on the Center and
' :' { The camera, designated CAX- night clubs and radio-TV shows. Station.

... v 12, weighs only 15: pounds and is Ted Weems' biggest venture is Varied
1 'j' 0. about one-fourth the size of aerial promoting the featured artists he I Projram
) As was last year's policy, picture .
cameras now used. Its dimensions has under contract. Among them
books, modeling clay, coloring
have been trimmed to fit the were Perry Como, Marilyn Maxwell
tlim; fuselage of the jet planes of Mary Lee and Elmo Tan- ... '. .i material and other items of
interest will be available to the
:
aCr
1. .. tomorrow ,
children. Regular Sunday School
Ly ',; ';' The CAV-U is designs for ner.The latter teamed with Weemsto '
f/ 3 day classes will beheld for the teen-
high speed film movement so record "Heartaches," a No. 1 J
; and Bible classes have
agecs ,
photo pilots can speed' In, get Hit Parade tune, originally re .fi been scheduled for the adults.
pictures of ground objectives, corded.back in 1931 and revivedto .
and roar out of antiaircraft sell over three million copies. :J: ; j jl Need Teachers
than com Teachers for the classes will include
range much more quickly :Featuring the old Weems jII .., .
both enlisted men and officers :
Is possible with the dower cameras t; )
J
: now in use. Complete Bahamas Bases Many Navy and Marine

r The camera can be operated at Nassau, The Bahamas (AFPS) ', ."." wives have also volunteered.All s
, ground speeds from 175: knots to -After 17 months of construc- parents and children of the

r '.' :rear sonic speed and at very low tion the U. S. Navy and Air ;,.llJ W1\ 1 Jacksonville Navy areas are' cordially

; or very high altitudes. It uses Force have occupied guided missile --.-..:... ;- r tr .. w: f_ ... .. invited to attend. Anyone qd '
I.'rl two film magazines, one with the"film ; bases at Grand Bahamas and interested in teaching a class or
; stationary for mapping unknown Eleuthera. Completion of the O & R MEN AT SCIIOOL-Peter P. Pacuk,. division planner who can be of "assistance to the
and William M. Pfttraan, leadingman at Jax 0 & It department, asked to contact
o ; areas and one with moving bases at San Salavador, Mayaguana program are
operate a transmission drphase test machine while attending the
t(,,; 0 film for low Zevel' Kigh-ped reconnaissance and Grand Turk is several HUP maintenance school at the Piasecki Helicopter Corporation Lcdr. Robert E. Elliott, Building
) photography. months away. I factory at Morton, Pa. 563, or phone 8522. {

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 11 September 1952



VA-105. V/-62 VF.J04. Fusion J09. Fasron S, VF-11 VF-14 Report New Electronic "



I; Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Catches Brain Machine ErrorsThe


I
\A-105; McCarson. But the ,, Navy now has an electric I

VA-105's news gatherer would' "What happened to the brain that catches its own errors

like to begin this week by making Also in line for A new multi-million dollar eleo
is Maurice Tuohey, machine,
tropic digital computing:
apologies to Lt. Lucky Owens.
married the former
developed over a period of ail:
Upon recompilation of our competitive Thomson of Niagara years, not only Is capable of 3,(X>>
due bombing scores, it York.
to 5,000 mathematical operationsper
*
was learned that Lt. Owens is second, but stops its operationwhen

now the proud wearer of the coveted \'F-IO& an error creeps in.
A trio of \P-104
"E". The mechanical brain is called
nered the "E" recently
An even half-dozen crew members standing rocket firing. the "Raydac," an abbreviationof

have been added to the squadron some consisted of Lcdr, Raytheon Digital Automatic

'a complement since August %8. Seguin, skipper of Computer. It was developed by

All hands extend a hearty wel- Lt. (tjgs) Edmund White the Raytheon Manufacturing

come to Harvey Cook, HM3; gene J. Robinson. Company for the Navy Bureau

Ralph Till, AM3; Charles E. Lcdr. William J. Cray, of Aeronautics.

Wade, AMC; Franklin Williams, new executive officer, has I '.. t .- -- .... Ten different types of accuracy

ATI; Clarence E. Custer, Jr., AT- ed aboard for duty from -Looking aloft to catch checks are made by the "brain"

AN, and Leonard Gledhill, Jr., instructional duty at these thirty enlisted men .f VF- All work is preserved up to the
ATAN. Welcome I Tophatters who total 258 years instant an error is flashed on the
Academy. stand on the flight deck of
Mediterranean control board. After the correction -
Nuptial vows ere to be made ports in the
Is made the machine immediately -
soon by a foursome group cur- ru ron 109 fathers of bouncing baby bo 's. .
rently on leave or soon to beginleave Transfer and : continues its lightning cal.
brown- depleted the ranks of the culations from the point where it
Soon to become Vial I

baggers are Gene R. Saevig. AD- ron in th* past few San Diego, Calif.-Every Red stopped.

AA; James J. Cooper, Jr., AA; ing for new duty I Ripper has special memories of Following acceptance tests,

Thomas J. OBrlen. ADAM; William Lcdr D. W. Mosier who complet'r I the cruise completed recently the machine will be shipped to
with CNO in the Bureau of Aeronautics Naval
V. Tumenas: AMI duty around the "Horn" but a quartetof
C. W. Air Missile Test Center at A
D. Clyde
;
All hands wish a speedy recov- chief petty officers have especially
who to Point Mugu, Calif. There, by Yr"II
reported
ery for Lt. (jg) Richard Bossert bitter memories of an in-
Fred J. Sanders who left Lima radar and other checking devices -
ancient of ,
who is currently recuperatingfrom complet't, cident in the city
an operation he had last Middle East. Peru. the machine will receive
The lure of civilian the information and act as an "in
month. Amateur archeologists,
The squadron is losing Lt. For Clarence A, Askew, ; foursome took advantage of the telligence center" to study the
YN2 behavior of the missiles.
rest V. Smith who has receivedhis mond E Ringenberg. ; opportunity to search the centu- flight

shore duty orders to the ad. V. Fischer, YN2; Oliver ries old Incan city for relics and i It has taken teams of workers
son, SH2; James E. from 20 to 30 days to perform
hard had
vanced training command at NAS at the end of a day succeeded .
and Robert L. Horlacher, mass calculations from a single
Corpus Christ!, Texas. Lt. Smith I in obtaining pricelessvase
Kenneth Miller, AN, missile's flight data. The new machine
be
estimated to over 1,500
was formerly of VA-45: and was ,
been sweating out a : old.Naturally. is expected to solve these
transferred into VA-105 upon years
on the calendar can celebration followedthe problems in minutes. (AFTS),
commissioning because his sea duty a
His wife has presented
time was expiring. All hands conquest with several "drinksfor the Germans first used paratroopers .
a new son and heir.
wish to extend the 'best o' luck"to the road". Reaching the ship I Isa.tely and the Australians,
Back from 20 days leave
Smitty on his new assignment. with their precious cargo New Zealanders and English
J. Baratta.
mine
On TAD orders to the Air Intelligence the 'chiefs went aboard triumphantly troops bought half the bay in
to display their treasure.
School at NAS, Norfolk Fasron !'IhtC.omtll..t1ng blood.It .
is Lt. (jg) William Weatherlow a It-month Then it happened careful is the site of two distinct

Upon his return in three weeks, signment with the 6th hands became carefree hands and graveyards, '0 n e holding the

all hands will probably have the trict Field Printing and the vase, which had weathered soldiers of all the nations that
latest word centuries of wear, slipped to the died there and the other holding
tions Unit as a offset
deck and smashed to bits. A bit- cruisers and destroyers of the-
Dinty Moore. SN. has
W62Photographic the I ter argument still rages over British Navy that were caught
squadron.
Squadron 6i sent Also returning after whose fault it was. and subsequently sunk m the
Somewhat different are the recollections shallow harbor.
off its first detachment this week I
The 29 officers and white hats of I of two pilots, Lt's. Russ Today Suda affords ships of

detachment ABLE (better knownas I Enquist and Pappy Gay who took the Sixth Fleet an opportunity togo

Lt. Class' Camel Herders I will I advantage of a good thing in Valparaiso < ashore, replenish their pro
visions and the crew a
undoubtedly have some very fine Chile. Tempetuous weather give
from the "Horn" halted all liberty chance to participate in athletic
sea stories to relate upon completion -
of their temporary assignment o I boats while the two flyers endeavors. The "Tophatters" ofVFH

.. were making good will tour of went ashore with that
I foreign vessels in the port. purpose in mind and held a softball .
All hands: greeted two new arrivals contest between the officers
to the 'squadron. The arrivals e I
and "white hats".
Y They were stranded In the City
are quite large babies; they r,, J s r la i 1S I .
virtually the only Americana According to all available information
are AI-2P airplanes the first, I
I ashore. The two Red Rippers automatically the amber liquid
but definitely not our last.Acquainting I became the sole guests taken ashore, the hot Mediterran.

; the squadrons personnel -I at a huge banquet planned In hon- ean sun and the exercise took its

with details of the AJ-2P I or of the Americans that night toll. Nobody is quite sure as tct

u Jim Pearce, representative from YM They reported to disgruntled ship- the final outcome but all agree

the North American Company's mates that "everyone had a won that the officers were "creamed".

flight test department. The Cap- derful timt". Pitching! stellars for the EW

tain, Exec, Operations Officer and were Bob Eadie, ADI; Ron Allen
Brazilian papers heralded an air
Maintenance Officer have already ADI!; John Stolarski, ADC and
show staged by the Red Rippers
been checked out in our new George "Bullseye" Mosier, AD3
on their visit to Rio de Janiero< so
planes' techniques. A F'F.S. while Lcdr. Jesse Hopkins; Lt.
..
much that the followingevenlng
Speaking of new arrivals, Lcdr. -- (jg) "Doc" Mossberg and Lt.
LOVELY TO LOOK AT-Four young veterans of overseascampal&n at least 3.000 American sailors
William M Carson, flight officer (jg) Bob Hague took the moundfor
Winson of
luscious Charlotte
in New York City, ogle were modestly proclaiming to
of the squadron isn't exactly In Shenandoah, Pa., who won a vote by several of the vets as "the South American dam the officers.
wide-eyed
this category, but those flashy girl they would most like to see overseas." Cathy Skyler Pope *
new gold leaves on his collar are. (left) of Youngstown, Ohio, rot a big vote of confidence from the sels that they were one of the Earl LeGate, AD3 was celebrating
boys, who say servicemen "over there" want to see girls their "Aviones" who thrilled the crowds
Sworn in as Lcdr. on Sept. 5, all his 21st birthday and
I own age in the USO troupes. Charlotte and Cathy are USO en- at the controls of his red-nosed
hands congratulate Lcdr. William tertainers. was solemnly dunked in the bayin
-- .-- Banshee. honor of the :
-- occasion
'After 26 or 27 They're Just Too Old' Far more Important than any One day after departing Suds

I individual experience during the the ship arrived at Istanbul, Turkey .

USO Entertainers 'Too Old', GIs In Korea ComplainGirl knowledge cruise to the that Red they Rippers once is again the flight. During operations that were day conducted enroute-, .

entertainers traveling with Lads fighting this war, according diet who spent 14 months in Ko- excelled, both in performance and and Lt (jg) Don Flynn exceeded
rea. "After 26 or 27 they're just t conduct, and in doing so helped 1000 accident free flying hours
for the
the
USO units overseas are "too old to report, yearn I
too old. It's not that we got to strengthen the bond between the and now has more than 100 car..
to be interesting," according to sight of a fresh young thing tinder have dates with the entertainers, United States and the Latin-Am. rier landings to his credit

opinions offered on the spot by age 22, and they wouldn't but we do get to talk to them erican countries. I During the afternoon and evening

soldiers and sailors in New York walk across a paddy field for a sometimes. It's wonderful to talkto of the following day the

gander at some of the glamorous somebody your own age who VF-14 squadron passed through the

City.A USO official himself relatedthe gals of show business.A just left the States a few days I The Med Since the last Dardenelles, the famed passage'

results of the survey of a juryof camp show executive declared before." c<>communique from Athens, from the Mediterranean and the

16 soldiers and one sailor. The that "We have always felt What does the USO think about Greece, VF-14 has been to Suda Black Sea. Shortly thereafter the

soldiers were invited from near that we should send real troupers all this! A USO executive has an- Day and Istanbul Suda Bay, rich ship dropped the hook In the

by Ft. Jay in New York, while overseas, and that usually means nounced that they will try to get in history, was also the scene of Bosphorus, which divides Istan0

the sailor just happened ta be older women" more young girls because ''iffthe one of the bloodiest battles in bul in two parts.

passing by. But "uh-uh," chorused one sol- people's choice" World. War II It was there that (Please Tarn t. Pare It, Col. I)





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** Incoming Tide At Twilight AEC Starfs Work tOn

t:'. f Fighting 69th I SeaplaneSRi p Area Shrimper's Haven I A-Power Plant


t.\ Slates Outing I For Large Vessels ::

...'.,' Shrimp are running in the St. 'I
Y.aivT1 """' 4C 5 y F'y (AFFS) -, The :,
;'l, A Communion Breakfast will Johns river and all hands are Y -r-n':: Washington
'. be held by members of ,the joining in i on the fun. 'Equipment ., Ali ;'y.r i :yjn n Atomic Energy Commission has

:' Fighting 69th at a downtown restaurant consists of the oldest clothes in ',, 'r,: .;y. announced that development workon

ct. following the 0800 Mass the closet, a pair of old shoes, a a nuclear power plant suitablefor

at St. Edward's Chapel on Sept. battered baseball hat, and a propulsion of large naval _vessels -

\ 21. shrimp net.Gather such as aircraft carriers, will

s: Tickets for the breakfast will these assorted ancient '.. be conducted by the Westinghouse

., be on sale at St. Edward's Chapel items together and you're a full- Electric Corporation under U1 ti

all day Sept. 14, and at the regular I fledged shrimper ready, for busi- AEC contract. i
monthly business meetingon ness. The work will be centered at t.

Tuesday the 16th. Number of According to old hands that 'the Bettis Plant, near Pittsburgh :.

tickets available Is limited. have been doing it for years, the Pa., operated by the

Membership in the Fighting69th best time is when the tide is com- Westinghouse Atomic Power Di

is open to both Catholic and ing in 'at twilight. Some of the vision. Other 1Veatinghouse Divisions )

Protestants who are interested. shrimpers also like'the flood tide, and widespread subcontractors .

Anyone desiring to join is urged but all agree that the favored Mill asfelst In the development. r

to attend the monthly meeting et moment is twilight with the tide .

1930, Sept. 16. coming in. The first hint of such a move

In the five-month life of the f a came recently when Navy Secretary t

k-,... local chapter, outings have been THE BEST SPOT in the NAS Dan Kimball spoke at the

:". ; made' to Silver Springs, St. Augustine area is 'on the seaplane' 'ramp, keel laying of the USS ForrestaU:

;, Ii and Fernandina as well as back of the'patrol plane hangars.The At that time Mr. Kimball said
picnics which have been held on. catch to fishing this favored OUT SIIE GOES-Showing his skill in casting a shrimp net he hoped it would be possible for
the station. has have on a recent trip to the NAS seaplane ramp in the rear of the the third or fourth Forrestal-clas
spot is that one to a patrol hangars is Capt. Wendell W. Naish, senior Dental officer
; permit from the security depart- at NATTCenter. Shrimp have been plentiful here. carrier to be propelled by atomle

.. ment, and only 15 of these de- -- power.
buckets.are close by, and the big amazement that something has
Service Blood Program sired passes are issued nightly.
necessary moment is here. A few impatient happened when the net leaves quick patter: and flutter within
This permit was deemed -
Nears 3 Million Pints souls make a cast. All hands ob- his hand. It usually hits the wa- the, net is the reward for a per-
'the crowds
due to huge
Washington (AFPS)-Approximately gathered down on the seawall. serve the cast closely and the ter like a dish rag. The expertis fect cast.

3,000,000 pints of blood Cars loaded with hopefuls start word is passed along the line. If smooth and easy with his cast Usually the catch for the eve-

were collected for the Armed coming in about 1700. Desirable the impatient one strikes shrimp, and the net hits the water with a ning runs ,to about ten or twelve
all hands join in. If set- round a silver dol- pounds. Occasionally phenomenal
F b r c e a' Blood Donor Program spots are staked off and the not, they spread as as
tle down for a few more min- catches of 30 or 40 pounds have '
which has now been incorporatedinto shrimper ''sits down to wait the lar.A
utes. cast is made in this been recorded. There are plentyof
the National Blood Program, coming of the shrimp. Quite a proper
the Department of Defense has, few bring along rods and reels For some reason the seasoned manner. Grasp the net in the left deep freeezs around the area

announced.The and do a bit of "bottom fishing" shrimper never seems to want hand at the horn of the net. Lift that are now filled. Shrimp dinners

Armed Forces drive was Initiated while waiting, for the shrimp to the first try. Superstition, tradi-. the net, examine it carefully to will be a certainty during
Others their baits tion, or custom, no one knows be sure there is no tucks in the the next year in some homes.
run. prepare
Sept. 1951 to supply Im-
mediate blood needs in Korea and and get their lights ready The why, but the first cast is usually> lead line. Still holding the net at ...

build military stocks of plas! usual light is the Coleman gas made by the amateur with -his the horn in the left hand, placea
up
ma. The new was established lantern, but flashlights are used first season in front of him. The strand of the lead line in the
program
in some instances. old hands sweat him out mouth. Grasp the lead line fur-
President Truman to
by: a ther down and balance it in the
augment military, civilian and civil kS
ALL IS IN readiness. The bait THE CAST is made with a right hand. %
defense blood needs in peacetime -
and war. balls of clay and fish meal have smooth, practiced heave. It looks 1

been put out, the lights are lighted deceptively easy, but the enterprising NOW THE NET is held at the

the assorted dish pans, tubs, amateur finds to his horn by the left hand, the lead

QUOTABLE QUIP line is held by the right hand

The Soviets have added the II Save Air News' For ReferenceAs I and ready the for teeth a proper, and cast.the Turningthe net is 4 y.

trolley car to the long list of
to the left, the
slightly
things "invented" by Russians. For the past several weeks a tip to units who wishto body 4
caster starts smooth half turn
a
Moscow radio stated that the the Jax Air News has been besieged use this method of historical -
to the right. As the turn is almost -
trolley was first developed by with requests from va- reporting, we would sug-
im-
made the right hand
Igor Appolonovic. If that is so, it rious units for back copies of gest that copies be set aside ,
to the net. The trickto
is hard to understand why so the paper. each week in volume form. parts a spin
throwing the net is to releasethe
Russians been off Then at the end of the
many have Many are using back copiesof year, net precisely as the right
their trolley so long. the Jax Air News as a the unit would have every sin- This givesa
hand the spin.
imparts
for such reference.
I source of information 'in com- gle copy
A psychiatrist saw another psychiatrist piling their historical reports. However, all hands are still perfect round cast. ':
down the street The net is allowed to sink to >
racing
Bud since the editorial office welcome and invited to make
with couch his head. the bottom and then is retrieved
a on "Why ,
keeps only a limited supply of use of the Jax Air News' own
the couch?" he called after his with short quick jerks. The hornof
extra i Jax Air News on hand, bound volumes for their his-
the net should never leave the
hurrying colleague.The the editor has been unable to torical reports or other reference -
replied water until the net is ready to
hurrying one .
fulfill many of these requests.Of .
breathlessly: 'House call!"' be hoisted over the seawall. The
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From Helicopters To Jets Amass 72,703 Hours Chief Earl Brooks of Coni-
Everything & & *
FairJax the
prepares on spotto

I 123 Pefr; ; ; one go of up 700 on enlisted a flight.AP's Brooks in the is

Enlisted Aviation Pilots Myriad Of Tasks Navy Jax.William, 23. of whom are stationedat

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paa.o. all of the aviators flying DeHart, ACC; Austin
,i BJo.a Navy aircraft today, possibly the of VF2. I career and says that it is one of O'Toole, AOC; Leo P. Meer-

one group that least is known The twenty enlisted the greatest thrills that he has scheidt, ADC and Michael Prip -

about is the enlisted aviation pi- "AP's" serving here at Jackson had in flying. ton, all of Fasron Six. ..
# ville have amassed the astound Like most AP's Coward was At ComFairJax are Chief i
ic. Ko9:P lots, or the "APs.
ing total of 72,709 hours of flight appointed to commissioned status Brooks and Elwood A. Crosby,
These pilots perform a myriadof time in Naval aircraft. All of the during the war but was revertedto ADC. At NATTC are Eschol
tasks flying everything from
AP's who stationed here chief in 1949.ANOTHER '
are are (Jack) Frost, AMC; M/Sgt. Wal-
helicopters and blimps to the lat
Chiefs, with the .exception of two ter I. Simpson and L. E. Eurge
,,. est jets. The Fleet Logistics Air
4 first class PO's.The A01.
Wing has almost 700 enlisted fliers CIIIEF AP who Is
serving in the USN. oldest enlisted aviation pilot quite typical of all AP's is Chief Fasron 109 has Albert G. Meir,

NAS Jacksonville has about 23 here at .Jax, and possibly in Aviation Machinist's Mate Earl AMC; Homer: D. Harris, ADC;

enlisted pilots who fly for vari- the entire Navy, is Chief Avia- Brooks, Jr., attached to the main- John Buchika, ADC and Charles

ous service squadrons, Operations tion Machinist's Mate C. G. Cow- tenance office of ComFairJax. Witkowski, AOC.
.
4 department, NATTC and the air- ard who is assistant to the Flight Chief Brooks received his wingsat

sea rescue group. As a result of Officer of the Naval Air Station. Pensacola in 1943. WITH NAS are, in addition to

the abolishment of the enlisted He was then commissioned an Chief 'Coward, Peter.\A. Wiktor-

s flight program in 1947, no new CIIIEF COWARD, who has Ensign and served with the Navy ski, ADC; Thomas P. Dobbs

enlisted pilots are being turned completed almost\ 28 years in the until 1945 at which time he went ADC; J. Yarber, ADC; Julious

out. Those EM's who fly Navy Navy has been a pilot for 24 of t6 work for United Air Lines. Martin, ADC; H. V. Garver, PRC;

planes are veteran pilots usually)) those years, and during that time Three months later he was backin Leon Drake, ALl; Jack B. Kil-

having several thousand hours in has flown 9,320 hours. In Oct. the Navy with the- now non- gore, ALC; Ben F. Collins, AFC,

the air.ONE 1928 he was assigned to NAS existent rate of Chief Aviation and Mack C. Williams, ALC.

OF THE most famous Pensacola for flight training. At Pilot. With the outbreak of the Ko-

groups, made up almost exclu- that time he was a Signalman NOT ONLY Is Chief Brooks rean conflict many AP's have

sively of "white hat and hackie" second class, and when he grad- qualified to fly any reciprocating again been re-commissioned.

pilots, during the late thirtieswas uated in' Sept. 1929 he was desig- engine aircraft,, he also holds a Some of these donning the gold

Fighter Squadron Two which nated as Aviation Pilot, second coveted Green instrument card wore it during the last war and

ii>>. I" P.;K. ...x set an enviable record in Navy class. and has over 4,200 hours in the elected a reversion to enlisted ..}.;

Chief C. G. Coward, of NAS flying circles. Some of the sen- Chief Coward has made a great air In Navy [aircraft and 500 in ranks rather than leave the Navy

Operations, one of the oldest I I ior aviators of the Navy's air arm number of catapult take-offs civilian planes. due to a limited appropriatioa

climbs enlisted aboard AP's for In a the flight.Navy, today came up through ,the ranks from cruisers during his flying' Other AP's, stationed .'here are and an abundance of pilot>

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lax Navy To Participate Junior Golfers Eye ',

I Tournament Play "

p Third Annual Football Clinic Slated Tonight In Jax Gator BowlA Golfers on the local links have .,,

been ducking their heads tolerantly '
first hand look-see at first look at the Jax Navy a definite part in the program give contestants from each local during the last week as '

various formations and pat Fliers, who participate along which will empart to high school an opportunity junior linksmen imbibed in their '

terns as well as new rules for with local high school teamsin the public, the various formations to display their' wares. annual Junior Tournament. Competition
the program. and systems used, playsrun During the entire proceed is still underway.

the 1952 season will be givento The Fliers, under Coach from these formations, ings officals will illustrate'use Following on the heels of a six

fans of this area at 'the Dave Barksdale, will be featured and just exactly what each and meaning of signals and week instruction course by pro

third annual football clinic in the third section of man does during the runningof generally educate the fans into Jack Harvey, the youngsters, all :"

tonight in the Gator Bowl at the clinic. The locals will the play. understanding "w h y and under 18, have been blazing

2000. demonstrate offensive and de- Much of the demonstrationwill where penalties are called". away in two different flights.

Sponsored by the Junior i fensive phases of the punting be run off first in slow Last year's clinic i I drew I, Those under 12 go into one flight x

Chamber of Commerce, with play. about 6,000, but Jaycee officials and those over 12 into another.
assistance from the Jacksonville motion to give fans a closer
are looking for a crowdof A Junior-Senior tournament is

Football Officals Association Parading their talent will look at how a team functions. around 10,000 tonight. Music also on tap, due to start next ,

and the City Recreation Then the plays will be run will be provided by the Sunday. Juniors with parents "''
be
also six local high schools-
department, the clinicis off at normal speed. Lee High school band. that do not play will be able to

free and open to the public. Landon, Lee, Jackson, Bolles, S'S The Gator Bowl is located teem up with adults that do.Sports 1

Central Catholic end Fletcherof As a climax: to the program, in the East section of the cityon I .

Local fans will get their Jax Beach. Each team has dash and relay contests will Duval street.Bowling. Briefs ". .r .i./ '

:
Ft. Hood, Tex. (AFPS) -SFO ,; .

r 13 Teams ReadyTo : Starts Jack Laxtton, Ft. Hood's are golf "C" : -,',
.
J er, captured the Fourth array.jolt w
Launch Touch title for the third time M he defeated :. :"
15thTeam
Sept. Ci>l. Bill Goessel of Army-

SportsVC62 Navy Hospital, Hot Spring, Ark.,
kegling is scheduled to
Grid ii
Play Monday 4 and, 3. Larson captured his
begin on the NAS alleys Sept. 15
and then
I first title hark In 1948
Footballs will soar through the : with each of the 18 teams now came back last year with his 1tfIC-
registered to play four nights a
air next Monday) as the 1952 NAS and \lctory. lie> took this year*
week. Starting Nov. 14 each team
touch football season opens its honors with a fintt-day wore of
will bowl 5 times a week.
huge 78-game schedule on Mus- I Bowling rules will remain the 71.
Downs Cream Of .
tin Road Field. same as in former leagues, with
Quantlco, Va. (API'S Grid :,
action commencing 1830 each ;
The largest team turnout in recent I "
years has forced a heavy night. There will be no grace pe iron head coach Charlie* Walker

schedule to be adapted. Thirteen Crop For AirLool Title riod. If a team does not show with In his. first year aa boss of the
Leatherneck team here reports
units have signified their intention four men at the appointed time,
that he "has the greatest' tal..n'any
of fielding a team. The U. S. Atlantic Fleet championship the'match will be forfeited. ,
sational catch the coach could hope for" That ;
Build Second FieldA crown was added to the during fray Present plans call for the Fall
when he pulled in a "sure fire talent\ includes former collegiatestar
wind
to operationsDec.
League up
second field is in the offing Air Force, Atlantic Fleet laurelsof
home run" ball and Red Bedell 5 when the NAS championswill Hob Werckle< Vanderbilt;
which will relieve schedule the VC-62 softballers last
contributed a tremendous home be crowned. The following Km Barfield, Mississippi'' ; Gen k
strain of the competitors. When week when they downed a Fleet
run to the cause. week NAS and NATTC winners Stewart, :Mississippi: State, and ''.ti:
the new field is completed Fri Marine team 2-1 in the final gameof ICerestex.a
VC-62 Hits Hard will play off for station honors. Purdue's Johnnie
day afternoon tilts will be can the week-long Atlantic Fleet

celled. tournament at Norfolk.In Big factors in the wins turnedin ;

The present schedule calls for driving through to the double by the local squadron, which 4

seven games to be played one elimination tournament finals represented Commander, Air

week and eight the next. At this and their victory, VC-62 suffered Forces, Atlantic Fleet, in the affair ;

pace the league should wind up only one loss, while defeating six in the preliminary games "

play Nov. 26, which will give of the finest service softball teams was the lusty hitting of Beadell, .,'.',., P

the NAS victors time to preparefor in the East. The loss came on the i Jess Stagg and big Stan Pointek (ly Arm.d Force Pr... Strvlc) . ..'1' .
the fracas with the NATTC opening day of play when VC-62 : and the fine pitching of Bullard. Twenty years ago Chicago Uwas liversity decided Alonzo A. Stagger
too old to coach football. Afthim ; all, wasn't he 70? They offered 't'
The fine all around play and un- :
champs which will decide the bowed to the Cruiser Force squadone I
an chair and a soft Job I to cushion his final years. He re- :
of the entire team easy
failing spirit
station champs. NAS won the lau of the weaker teams in the I "
rels last season. affair. I contributed much toward the vic- fused-and is still working at his t rade. This fall, at 90, he'll be jet- "'.;1
ting a football team into shape
Need I Reserves Bullard BrilliantAl i tories. A. Stagg. He lifted C.O.P. out of ':'.

Officials are still sadly lack- Bullard, brilliant VC-62 I All ten major Atlantic Fleet for the 64th consecutive season. small-school obscurity. during :
In 1940 formally yY
ing for these games. Participating pitcher who was voted the most I commands were represented in football Chicago after its teams WWII. A clipping penalty on a :,I:
players will not be allowedto valuable player in the tournament i the tournament. Service Force, dropped touchdown play in Los Angeles y if-

referee this season. Anyone was credited with the final' Submarine Force, Training had absorbed'a string of lickingsand Coliseum was all that kept Pacific <;

interested in officiating call 593 victory against the Fleet Marinesbut I Group, Fleet Marine Force, Air- fallen far below the stand from gaining the mythical ,

or contact Special Services I received some fine supportto Lant, Cruiser Force, Destroyer ard Stagg had set in his 41 yearsat national football championship.The .-.it

Building 930.Comprising. protect the win. Force, CincLant Headquarters, the Windy City school. near-miss was not overlooked '"I'
.
.
.
the league are: "J. P." Clark turned in a sen- Amphbious Force and Mine -Stagg was voted football's ,'
Force. For the past seven years he's .
:
"coach of the It was another
VP-741 Fasron 109 VP-861 VJ- year.
; ; ; Links .
Loop Play May
been at Pennsylvania's Susquehanna -
62; Fasron-6; NARTU; O&G; Garner Trophies, Medals honor for one of football'spioneers.

Fasron-51; Operations; Supply; Get Underway Sept. 23 After the final game the team University with his son, He's the bnly footballer 'f.'r.

VJ-2; Marines, and HospitalGolfers Plans for the 1952 intramuralgolf was presented a huge trophy to Amos Alonzo Jr., the head coach. represented at the sport's hall of :<

I I I league were discussed at a be retained for the year, another Last year they produced an undefeated fame at Rutgers, N. J., in both ';{;'

meeting last Tuesday afternoon.It smaller permanent trophy. Members team in six games. At the player and coach categories. ."

least once next season he'll jour Stockton and California foot ,
,
Cop is expected that play will of the team were presented "
begin in the links loop Sept. 23 inscribed gold belt buckles. A ney out to his home town, Stock ball enthusiasts paid another tribute '".

with two ten team league entered dispatch reading: "AirLant is ton, Calif., to help a second son to their favorite coach. They ::,,

ThreeWaySetto in the competition. proud of you," came from Vice in his coaching duties at tiny Col. feted him this month on his 90th i

Lcdr. Bob Wallace of Opera Adm. John J. Ballentine, Commander I lege of the Pacific. birthday with a "day." Only one ",
.
Here tions has taken charge of organi- Air Forces, Atlantic i day is inadequate to honor so out ;

'- zation and scheduling. Fleet. Stockton won't soon forget A. standing a career.
The Jax-Navy linksmen snared .
top honors in a three-way meet .
.
.e n lie A41 279u M'show'yewnNS' ; :"+ 4M 7 ro
; lrfy'JMr 'b u Stanley R. (Becky) Karri managed
with Patrick AFB and Green ':' '
p rJ'ltrqi' < : f Washington to two '
pennants
Cove Springs; by amassing a total -
in his first two tries in 1924 and
of 30 points in the 18 hole .
1925. lie had to wait until 1947 .
competition at the local links
for his third with the Yankees.,
last Saturday. ',
With only those winners and .
Individual point getters for the
many more second division teams :
;
Jax crew were Bob Wallace, 1
(none of which finished last, however P
point; Ken Sutton, 6 points; Jim
) he's still an annual candidate .,
Gray, 5 points; Rufus Pierson, 6 ,
points Dave Moody, 6 points and 1; for manager-of-the-year hon ;'''...
I
; "
r ji" ors. This year: Is no exc p't:
:
L. F. Chaff, 6 points.
t tion. He :
swapped standout bat ;,. + .:
The second finishing Cocoa I ten for speedier outfielders to Improve ", (... .;,
FqJ
of Stan -
team was composed his club. lie took chances ':
Kolodizieizych, George D. Reid- ', '
on untried rookies and aging veterans '.
der, G. Meadows, Ken White- ,
and welded a team that '.

Wallace. jumped to second place, and still P"'(.

is a hot contender for first division ..:.art 1
the Cocoaites with 4 points. honors. And the Senatorswere .

Green Cove's team was.composed almost universally picked to Sit!/,

by Erwin Scott, Dr. Rath- finish eighth. + .x
,
bone, M. J. Hamel, Ivan Thomas, ... ,____._ 4) ."J:, }
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John Anto end J. W. Moore.
Low honors went to Ken AIRLANT CHAMPIONS victims fell by the wayside as VC-62 softballers swept to the Air Additional Sports 1'f:
gross Lant title. Team members are (left to right, Lt. Jack Mills; Dennis Perry, AMS; J. P. Clark" ,
Sutton who carded a 72. Second ADC; Bill Adkins, AMJ: ; G. E. Blackstock, AN; William Rice ADC; Dellle Strickland, ADC; Duane "J"ii',
low gross was scored by Erwin Beadell, PHI; William Gilmore, AN; Cordell Kelly, AD2; AI Bullard, PR2; Glen Peterson, AMS; On Page 12 ::t
Scott with a 76. Ralph Stewart, AN; William Keefe, AN, and Comdr. Noel Bacon, squadron skipper


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11 September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Eleven ,

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jl. Navy Sweeps City, County Baseball, Softball Titles 1 1 1






Fliers Down y Cecil Field




R. C. Motors Jt Wins Over


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lax Navy's diamondeers IiL J an all-Navy finals Cecil

climaxed one of the most successful Field's high-riding: softball-
seasons in recent
2iLJ4 ers salted away the"Duval
years by capturing the covet-
.
ed Jacksonville City Baseball County Open Softball championship -

f League crown last Friday with a 6-0 triumphover

: with a 7-3 win over R. C. Jax Navy last Friday at

: : Motors. Lackawanna Patk.

; : By downing R. C. Motors the
Another NaVy club, O & R fin-
,
_
I I' : Flier;won the second half dia-

!' .derrvj'and.l with it the title. The ished third by copping the con.

; .., Also Kie first halt t I. 4tti solation fray from Drew Com
Navjrmen, won ,V' '
1, tmf: k )i iii! 3 'aci<< *Y' r.l Wr <2-- _
bunttn .
CITY LEAGUE WINNERS-Flashing a victory grin for their recent Jacksonville City League pany, 5-1. -- -

The Fliers almost pulled one Baseball League crown are the Jax Navy Fliers baseballers, who finished league play with a Al Bullard, who has pitchedsome

out of the bag recently when they 'record of 27.4. Front row are (left to right) Angelo Trlpl, Bob Stefanich, Tom Neely, Don Hafe-' of the most sensational ball
arose to reach the finals'of the man, John Searola and John McCaffrey. Back row left to right) Art Gazda, Gordon Lassila, Gene
Sixth Naval District tournament Clifford. Dick Brock, Jim Coughlin, Tom Ulyon, Phil Righter, Eddie Poquette and coach Frank seen here in a long time, the past
McCaffrey. few weeks, hurled the victory.He .
b at Memphis, only to lose to li en-
spun a neat two-hitter et the
.:, sacola. m Fliers. Hedricks and Johannes, on
.j Record Of 51-34
Gridmen Swing IntoScrimmogeSessions the mound for the Fliers allow
World Series To
t In City League play the Fliers
ed but four hits, but errors and
'; compiled a record of 27-4 winning Start Oct. 7-2 timely hits proved their down

:, 12 and dropping one in the
will start Oct. fall.
The World Series
first half while copping 12 of 15
in the second round. The overallseason's 1 or 2, depending on whether or Cecil picked up a lone run in
is needed to decide the second and then iced the fray
not a playoff
mark for the Fliers was Smashing leather and ecstatic yells were the order of the dayon
it with a five run outburst to cha e
51-34, an enviable record against the National League pennant the gridiron last Saturday as the Jax Navy Fliers footballersran
.. starter Hedricks. First sacker
topnotch service, sandlot, college, has been revealed through their first formal scrimmage.It .
Jess Stagg drove in two of the
semi-pro and professional opponents It both pennant races in both
leagues end as scheduled on Sun- was the beginning of the for him to become discouraged, Cecil runs during the relly.

John McCaffrey hurled the victory day, Sept 28, the series will begin separation of men from boys with it is pointed out.Positions O & R, the big surprise of they''

.,. over R. C. Motors in last the following Wednesday, punting, passing, punt runback Still Open tourney, won behind the two-hit

, Friday's crucial fray. lie set the Oct. 1. and scrimmage drills, giving all Additional talent is especially twirling of Gary Phipps. The Re-

j opposition down with four hits needed on the, line. Team coaches pairmen collected five bingles off
If the American League race candidates a chance to bear it
\) and fanned eleven. have had a difficult time tryingto Barnes.
ends in a tie, this date is unchanged under pressure The team thus is
players to the test.
Literally Steal Game put Immediately following the
A National tie
The locals snuck a few tricks League beginning to jell.Concentrating. At present 61 men have been championship tilt, trophies and


from the old book and literally would force postponement until On System outfitted and others have been I individual awards were presented
Oct. 2, since National League !
stole the game pilfering eight Although some of the men are given shoes to work with the to Cecil, Jax Navy and O & R.
rules call for best two-of-threegames
Gear is available for
.', sacks. sporting barked shins and mouse- team any Sams .
playoff American League
Scoring early with in the is young huskies who want to vie
._, one run eyes, emphasis not too
, settles it all In a single '
the initial frame, the Fliers saw game. much on rought scrimmage yet. for a berth on the 52 Fliers PORTS

R. C. move ahead 3-1 in the Coach Dave Barksdale is con squad. ;_

fourth. Navy Second Sacker centrating on getting his platoonsinto The Fliers make their first pub

Neely walked in the first, wentto Sobieraj Wilson a smooth running, well co- lic appearance tonight in the Ga- tltzf

second on a wild pitch, advanced ordinated outfit. Daily workoutsare tor Bowl in Jax, participating in

to third on an out and whipping sore muscles into the third annual Football Clinic. ('I Arm.d Force ... Slce)

. stole home. Steal Show In shape for the Parris Island opener The Clinic is free to the publicAllAmerican QUESTIONS:

Come From Behind 27. sea
on Sept.
1-What game has two pitch
football star
Jax Navy came back with a Ormond Net The need
men more practiceand
Play er's boxes?
single tally in the fourth, moved drill before they can expectto Glen Davis will not be able to
ranks of the Los 2-Patricia McCormick became
the Angeles
, ahead with two runs in the fifth lax Navy racketmen dominated effectively combat a topnotchteam join
::4 Rams for at least a year because the only female I participant in
and the night's
capped scoring
the annual Ellinor Village like Parris Island. This the
" of a knee which sport in 1952
injury.Weather
with three in the seventh. Pitcher
tennis tournament held at Or coaches realize.
McCaffrey stole home in one of see 3-Frank Wykoff was 'the
mond Beach, Fla. over the Labor i Still Need Talent
the rallies. worlds fastest human" for 18
Day weekend as bantam Ben Outlook
': Although held to four bingles, Sobieraj collected the singles I Just because some men have years. Who was the first man to

the Fliers made the most of Halter's title and'combined with team- I not been issued pads does not Friday-Partly cloudy duringthe break his 100-yard dash mark.
f mean that new talent is not welcome day. Mostly clear at night,
The R. C. hurler
wildness. f
mate Leon Wilson to capture 4-True or False A boxer
; walked 13, hit two more, and doubles honors. or will not have a chance. with light Southeast winds and who la knocked: out of the ring
.,' I Good men are at a premium and somewhat warmer.
fanned 12. Bu tthe Navy base- Sobieraj had to fend off Wilson is allowed only 10 seconds to re-
will be given every chance to Saturday-Fair and warmer.
had field night to compensate
runners a for his singles win, defeating turn.
for their lack of base prove their mettle, Coach Barks- Light Southeasterly winds.SundayAfternoon .
him 6-4 3-6 61.
" dale has emphasized. Just be- showers. 5-One of baseballs most consistent -
hits. Summaries: The state-wide tournament, "
is "Iron Mike.
pitchers
cause no one notices a player for South to southwest winds. Con-
R. C. MOTORS
had top rate talent from
AH If PO A manyof the first few days there is no need tinued warm. Identify him.
Moore 2b 4 1 2 2 the major tennis centers of
: S 0 0 2
Smith 3b ANSWERS .
Nltholi. M 2 1 1 2 Florida competing.Both a.

Nor\tllp lleadon. If e 4 S 0 1 12 0 1 2 Sobieraj and Wilson will ''UJUruJ "UJ.ldi JUlnp euns4.Carew

I Wright J-ankfleld: p. cf 3 4 1 0 5 0 1 0 enter the Jacksonville City Tour Sq p.JH1"ulq| ui "UIMOJIU

4 Brant ley, rf 2 0 t 0 nament to be held next week. -piwlsasq eq1 wI ?a111I4 uo.Jl.1)oMIIV ..-
", Hatter p 3 0 3 1
\ qJS Plnoqll eu111Itamu
32 4 24 9 Forces Softball Tournament.
Totals '
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JAX NAVY C .
An H PO A )| O) 'JoJl ttJo.UlH U1J "p""u svq

Neelv Coughlln 2b, lb 4 1 1 1 11 0 3 1 Annapolis, M L (AFPS) The .N<)q.JU s 0I0MI'"' fUU ) 01 asia.

- Siffantch e 4 0 11 1McCaffrey.p U. S. Natal Academy's football dn '
a
*, 3 1 1 4liarernan. -IdJ "n 01 | t[ 9fi1"-t
.' Mi 3 0 0 3 team will use the single Ming attack i '
'11 Ahrend It 4 0 0 0 11\11\ ;) 0usJ.i!I J1I pllO\HJ v jo glu.a1euo
4Y .Trlpl 3b 4 1 t 0 this season instead of tM T R q "JWUI t'60: "Jlo"C\\ pad
: 'Ulycm. cfClifford 1 0 1 0 formaUon, report Coach Eddie
;, rf ...:! 0 2 0 Erddatz. The 45-man Middle -Mol eq 8t61 UI .U01)1I.J r J\r-t
ToUli 27 4 27 12 J1mU1t "I 1
w''"" r.'1 R. C. Motor 000 :arm 000---3 4 1 quad will face a. tough nine-game T S
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'oapxalg 'u.l1mt ) gInq ) hlls'R
100 120 : 0-7 4 1
Jax Navy schedule Including Yale, Cornell<< ,
/i'S".i ', ',r II. 'MV', a. tiloi'a ( P IWI eqs 'JunqJunng-Z{
:Jq William and Mary, Maryland,
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Service q<;;) aol -[
Sports Pennsylvania, Notre Dame, Duke, aa. 4.4

New York (AFTS) The Air Columbia, and Army. It will bea The Harlem Globetrotters, pro

light team--Coach Eddie at -
Force Is staging a championship fessional negro basketball team, .

1 *4>ftbll tournament at Keener 235: pounds, U heavier than any of was received in an audience with

AFB Mls, Sept $-9. The win- them! :M Pope Pius XII'recently.
:
'> !:,' tang w.mII\ represent the AF In S When the pontiff told them he .

!'.: UH! National Softball Finals at San Diego Calif. (AFTS)-The had never seen a game the -

' d "q' Stratford, Conn., Sept. 13O.I Marine Corp Recruit Depot baseball ... Globetrotters promptly put on \

'Ii Qualifying for the KeeIer tour team clinched the All-Marine! FOOTBALL IS HERE-This is the first football action picture an exhibition in the center of the /

I recently was the 5005th Corps championship recently by of the year but it's ,only practice as Jax Navy Fliers prep for audience chamber. *r,"i
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their season's 27. Halfback candidate Jim Crum
Sept. ,
USAF hospital softball team, defeating: Parris Island S. C, In opener "These young men are certainly ,
, finds tough going as he plows into center Paul Webb (left), and
winner of the Alaskan Armed the playoffs, three came to two. end Jim Arnold. The Fliers will operate from the split-T this year. very clever" the Pope said.t ,:


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Twelve\ JAX AIR NEWS 11 September 1952

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Scouting The Squadrons

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(Items offering for sale articlesof Istanbul\ provided ample opportunity .

property such as washing ma- for sightseers and ;

chines, automobiles, furniture, many participated in the guided !

radios clothing and the like
are
tours offered. The various mos-
prohibited by Defense Department '
Turkish churches) includ- I
regulations. This column <<, gues (
the reknown Blue Mosque
ing
will, however, list such services
with its six minarets towers
V or
as available housing, rides want b Y' ? wt4
with its
and the Old City wall
ed, and lost and found articles,
400 towers ,and 52 gates were
or other similar notices.) I .
looked upon and pondered over. \

FOR RENT The usual souvenirs, including :

Furn.. sleeping rms., 315 W. Bea- Turkish water pipes, rugs and "Been missions practicing, lieutenant low-level' ...q..

ver. Ph. Mrs. Gabes, 4-5831 be- unique puzzle rings were. brought

fore 1100. back aboard ship. Request "

Furn rm., 4502 Post St. Ph. 2- A source of pride to the squadron -

7210. Mr. A. T. Barnett. is its standing on the Com- (Continued from Page 1)
rr tary or Naval service to be admitted .
Furn. 2 bdrm. apt. 1218 Challen AirLant education totem pole. It
REVERSING TilE PROCESS-In a complete reversal of procedure with advanced standing, in
for the monthof
Ave. Ph. 20291. Mrs. Hanks. was top squadron
departing: Special Services officer, Lcdr. Harry Knickel- the NROTC program. Therefore k '
Share 5 rm. home with couple. bine (seated) receives a trophy Instead of giving' one away. The May. man now in active duty'ln

3047 College St. 'Ph. 2-3552. ; pistol team won this award at Gainesville last May and decided More of the travels of VFU's"tophatters" the Navy or Marine Corps,, whoin
to present the trophy to Knickclbine as an expression of appre- will in the
Miss Cason. ciation for his efforts in their behalf. Standing (left to,right) are, appear word arrives the opinion of the, Chi &:ot '. I"any
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Jax Air News
Room, single. 4423 Palm Ave. John Lucas, James Carney, Melvin Bell, Ben Preston, Donald as Naval Personnel' (k)' has, had *uf-

1 Lakeshore. Mrs. Lowell. Sieber, Jesse Blanton, and Robert Stringer. from overseas gicient college training (pwlll'not

r -Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house. $85 mo. have reached his twenty-fifth

3669 Valencia PJ. Mrs. Bryan. NAVY WIVES Think You Know Baseball? birthday on July 1 in'the'year in

Ph. 8-1598. which he can normally expect to

Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. 3664 Hedrick Williams Shift Creates ToDoBy finish a 4-year college course

Ave. Avondale. Ph. 81598. CORNERAn (without taking summer courses),

Mrs. Bryan. Harry SimmonsTed an outfielder, gobbles it up for and (c) may be granted advanced w

Furn. 3 rm. apt., $25 mo. Hi way important business meetingwas Williams' refusal to hit the third out. standing in Naval science sub- .' ,:
held Sept. 3. A letter of res- "
virtue of duties
by performed
220. Ph. Orange Park 8-3524 to left field against the "Wil- But the Red Sox managerruns jects -
ignation from the president, Mrs. received in 1
training
an en-
Mrs. T. E. Jenkins. or .
liams shift" has been scored by out, pointing to the first
Elliott Newell, was read and Mrs.
listed status will be permitted to
Room, single, 3338 Randall, Mur- Saultz his critics. They seem to for- baseman's mitt. Use of a mittis !
Marge was formally wel-
take the Navy College Aptitude
ray Hill. Ph. 88-9223. Mrs. comed as the new president for get, however, that when an illegal for an outfielder, he Test. \.,
Hertzman. version of this shift claims under Section 1.18
the; remainder of the 1952 term. early was : S.
Furn. A rm house. $60 mo. Ph. used against Babe Ruth, the
Mrs. Betty Creek was elected
(E) BE PIIYSICALLY qualified -
8-2455 88-9497 Greek & .
or immortal Babe also declined f. .
vice-president _- in accordance"with the stand. ."
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Sons. Mrs. Newell who was well to change is hitting style. .. 'ry
'set
ards for midshipmen, as
Furn. 3 apt. 3622 Riverside
rm. The strategy of moving the
known by many people on this forth in the Manual of the Medi- ,
Ave. Ph. 23720. Mrs. Lafferty. entire defense to one side of
base, is making her new home in cal Department, (F-Be on active ,
Room single furn. 615 May St. the field is with "
fraught trouble
a 'r.r.,. Texas, where her husband is now duty under an obligation to .

Mrs. Cooper. stationed. All girls wish her luck for the umpire as well as continue on active duty until, 2 "':'I ,
Rooms, dble or single. 2601'Park the batter. Though Williamsis "
for the future. Sept. 1953 in the Navy or Marine :
St. Ph. 8-2770. Mrs. S. R. in the Marines now, let's assume '
Three prospective memberswere Corps as an enlisted man in a :
Houston. he's back in baseball '. ,.,.::1
voted into the club. It Reserve component.
was ---M- Regular or :-!\
Room furn. home, to"consider this
single, private long enough -- -
agreed on to obtain a second girl Enlisted personnel at the Naval :
2130 Dellwood. Ph. 7-4355 Mrs. hypothetical situation -which
to work in the "Outpatients Nur ("Each player other than the Air Technical Training Center :::
Tompkins. may yet come up in the future. ,
sery" on shot and prenatal days. who are interested in thU !f1'
Share home. 1308 Murray Drive. Say Chicago and Boston are first baseman and the catcher,
This nursery is enjoying a brisk is restricted to the use of a program may contact the I & E f!
Ph: 2-8191. Mrs. J. W. Gor- in a scoreless tie at the start
business. All mothers are invitedto leather glove Yeoman, Room 108, Building 501, .,.
mack. of the third inning at Comis-
leave their children there, free and those attached to NAS and ,.f
Furn. 3 rm apt. Murray Hill Ph. key Field when Williams ,If you were the umpire,
of charge while'they see their Fleet Units can get forms and information "
81760. Miss Ballentine. comes to bat for the Boston would you rule Williams out ."
doctor. at Room 141, Building -
Furn, 2 bdrm. apt. with garage. ians with two out. or not? :
At the next which 1.Cash.
meeting, "J<
i $90 mo. Ph. 2-0746. Mrs. Boone. Instantly, the White SoX: ANSWERThe .
will be held Wednesday, Sept. 17, I !};
1422 Wolfe St. Avondale. move into an exaggerated de- out stands. '
the club will vote on a delegateto :, .:
Room, single, furn., 2503 Dell. fense pattern. The third base- The recodified rules do not AwardsContinued
the National Convention at '
wood Ave. Ph. 75626. Mrs. W. Key West. Other important Issues man shifts behind second, the cover this situation specifically ( from Patel :, :?:. "I,

G. Bowden. shortstop plays between first Those reaching the 30-year
will be discussed. All members but under the old rules
Furn. 3 room apt. 7362 103rd St. and second, arid the second mark in Federalservice went ;)
Rule Section "The
are urged to be present.All ( 18), 1)
Wesconnett Section. Ph. 22897or baseman hugs the first base Mark Cox and Charles Liteky '.iJi
Navy wives on the base, players of the team not at bat
2-7832, Mrs. Pauline Ber- line. The first baseman goes both aircraft mechanic motor .:-
be stationed pointsof ,.
who do not already belong to the may at any
rien. into the outfield, far back O ,& R; Carl Stapivic, aircraft = '.
the fair their
club are cordially invited to visit field on ground
,
s Furn. 3 room apt. 2601 Park St. along the foul stripe. The other electtOThus mechanic general, O & R; Philip ;;
with end join the organization.For captain may
Ph. 8-2770. S. R. Houston. fly chasers are spaced at reg- Myers, fiscal accountant, Bud 't'ijD. :
information call the first baseman
please
Furn. room, San Juan Ave. Ph. ular intervals to his right. 8 may get Office; and Edith W. Wewer,
president, Mrs. Marge Saultz, extension play the outfield (or short- "
2-0762. Mrs. Mills. Williams takes a called clerk-steno, Public Works.Refrigeration ;;

$ rm house. 6416 103rd St. Ph. 8500. strike. Then he slashes a line stop, for that matter) wearinghis I.' ,)r4,.i

2-8706. Mrs. Ogilbie. Long. drive along the rightfield foul mitt. ShipThe .;

Furn. 3 rm. house, couple only. Swap equity in 6 rm. house for line. The first baseman, now (Reprinted the Saturday by special Evening permissionof Port. USS Aludra, one of the s -wu'

3231 Phyllis. Mrs. C. T. Veal. 2 bdrm. trailer. 3511 Sunset tfavy'i largest refrigerated store ;,.

Single or dble room, 1447 Avon- St. off Edgewood Rd, inquire I
QUOTABLE QUIP ships was recently commissionedat ..
dale Ave. Ph. 2-59CO:: Mrs. Lee Adams Rd front of Hart Air- Credit Union The Communists no doubt will the Philadelphia Naval Base '}.

Furn.Schultz.5 rm house. 6260 Ortega port. Mrs. John W. Ethridge.MISCELLANEOUS (Continued from Page i) carry on the cold war as long as Pa. The ship provides 227,470 cubic .}
)
. Farms Blvd $80 mo. couple local facility, the potential they can make it hot for every- feet of refrigerated space for :

only. Ph. 2-7593. Mr. Willard. Baby sitter, Miss Joyner, 2120 membership and potential assets one else. I all types, chilled, frozen foods...

Herschel St. Ph. 29502. indicate the Jax Navy ._ ,
OJ :
2142 .. ------
Furn. 6 rm. house. $85 mo.
Lost at Yukon-Pointer puppy, Federal Credit Union wouldbe ? ';;1 t

Detroit, Allendale. Ph. 2-0457 4 mos old, dark brown ears, one of the largest and I-rir : a'WL
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Mrs. Dykes. spot on end of tail, contact A. most profitable in the state. .'' '

Available Oct. 4, 4 rm garage L. St o neb a n k s, Electrician, .
apt, couple only. $65 mo. 2588 I
Public Works, NAS.
To further that goal, a new
College St. Ph. 7-5108 after Riders wanted-Driving to Lin-I plan has recently been initi-

1700 May Powell. coln, Neb., via Memphis, Tenn: I ated whereby'members can C

Share apt. with business woman. and Kansas City, Sept. 25. Ph.i purchase $5.00 shares of stockon _S2_
after 1800 Mrs.
Ph. 8-1906 7-7234 after 1700. Mr. Lanik. an installment plan of

Mary L. Lee. Navy wife driving to Calif, will regular $1.00 deposits. Credit
Widow will share 6 rm. house
take 2 or 3 passengers, con Union officials stress that this ;&S& '

with couple. 6048 Transylvania tact or write Mrs. Sanford, method of regular depositswill : w,

Ave. Wesconnett. Ph. 8-6929. 8726 Atlantic Blvd. not only swell individual

G. C. Green. Ride wanted-From 5 Points, members savings, 'but will result :
Furn 5 house. 5244 Rosselle ?
rm. :
College St. St. Johns Ortegato in a more profitable organization -

( St Ph. 8-3523. Mrs. Doone. O&R, 1700 to 1530, Ph. E. L. for the entire mem-

FOR SALE Patrick, ext. 525 or 76880. bership. --S

' 5 rm. house, 642 Meteor St. Mur- From 1300 block Melson Ave. to r '

, ray Hill Ph. 2-5160 E. H Newton NAS Infirmary, 0800 to 1630, "That scar on your head must

1., Ph. ext. 269, Bldg. 8, Mrs. be very annoying.

SAIL Gl equity in 6 rm. house. Webster. "Oh, it's next to nothing"

t 3025 W. 16th St. Ph. 6-4629, From Cassat and Lennox or Post _--.-n.INSPECTS .----_

Mrs. J. D. Mears. and Edgewood to NAS, 0730 to 902 NAS, 0730 to 1600, Ph. ext. FAETU-Capt. Magruder II. Tuttle (second from ,, '."

:Modern 2 bdim home, near 1600. Ph. ext. 669, Eckals. 8246, John McMahon. right), new skipper of FaetuLant, Norfolk, listens attentively a* w.., I

NAS, 527 Murray Drive. Ph. From Cassat and Lennox to Cen- Two desire ride to Daytona CHELEC Herbert Houston (left) explains how the Red Star Instrument

8-4743. R. H. Anderson. ter, 0800 to 1630, Ph. ext. 543. Beach, Sat. morning. 13 Sept. Field Test'was rebuilt by instructor Stanley Danielson ,-
AEC (second from left). Comdr. Herbert S. Klenk, offlctr-ln-
2 bdrm house, 5040( Palmer Bert Nowalin. Will pay for gas, Ph. 8-1038, charge of FaetuLant Detachment 3 here (right accompanied the \ :

.\\'e., Lak'-shdre\ I.t. M. L. From Main and Ashley to Bldg. Miss Baker. Inspection party. '-.J'l' .:;

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