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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1952
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

VOL-10 No. 24 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 18 Sept. 1952

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Ceremony Saturday .y4n-- Off-Campus Study



Captain Peck Slate Third SessionCollege




.. To Command >
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Of CoursesOffcampus



I. NATTCenterCapt. college credit courses will once again be

given at NATTCenter beginning early in October, it has been

announced by Lt. Max\ 'J, Hanke, Information and Education
Edwin R. Peck will officer at the Center.

take over as commanding! officer Conducted by the General Extension
.. of the Naval Air Technical Division of Florida, with balance of $10.00 within a 30-day

offices at the University of Florida period.
'
i i Center in
Training
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All offered
the extension program of courses are fully
changeof- command ceremonies college courses will be open to accredited and will be accept

scheduled for Saturday all military personnel in the able for credit at most universities

morning. Jacksonville area, their dependents and colleges throughout the
DISCUSS BLOOD PROGRAM-Homer Kldd (center), blood country
The new commanding> re- and civilian employees of
additional counties in
donor recruiter for Duval County plus 20
: w'.' .lieves Rear Adm. Lester K. Rice, ] Georgia and Florida, is given some hard facts on the blood situation the Naval Air Station.No It is hoped to have as complete
: by Capt. Julius C. Early (left), head of the Armed Forces Financial Aid a program as possible, but the
jS-rr' who has commanded the Training: Lcdr. Charles Garrettson, who recruits
Blood Donor Center here, and Exact to be offered is number of courses given will be
\' Center for the past 18 months.I I civilian employees within the area. The need 'of blood is courses dependent upon the number of
so urgent, it is declared, that unless people respond wholeheartedly dependent upon registration in
: 26 Years A FlierChangeofcommand I to the plea, there can be nothing like an adequate stockpile to the regular classes at the University students requesting a particularcourse
r ceremonies meet requirements should America be bombed. of Florida, as plans for the and instructors available.A .

'** ; will follow the regular monthly I Would Die Without Plasma extension program 'here cannotbe minimum of 15 students is required
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Many completed until after normal for a course to be scheduled
personnel inspection at 0900 on .
registration of on-campus students -
the parade grounds located north InsufficientIf at Gainesville.The Third Semester
Blood
of Yorktown Avenue.Commanding Stockpile Navy has discontinued its This is the third semester of

; officer of the Naval program of financial assistance, off-campus college credit courses \

Air Technical Training Centerat and it will be necessary for all offered at NATTCenter. Most

Memphis, Tenn., for the past Enemy Should Bomb U. S. taking the courses to personally popular among students last
\ stand the full cost. A course spring was the Personnel Man
r 25 months, Captain Peck has been of with the largest
attack would worth three hours college agement course
bombed by ,
a Navy flier for 26 years He is If Jacksonville were enemy credit will meet for 2'a hours graduating class.
I there be enough blood plasma on hand to save your life ? I I
no stranger to Florida, having one night each week for 16 (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5))
once commanded Naval Air Station The present urgent appeal for I Chilians LaggingThe weeks, and will cost 1600. Students

blood, and the plasma derived from campaign for blood and Its must also finance their
Vero Beach, Fla.
:' L. Served In Pacific it, is based on national necessity.The I derivatives was started a year own textbook Accredited material.Courses Marine r Captain

situation is far more critiical The immediate need was for
A native of Buchanan, Mich, ago. Arrangements have been made,
;. the new Center CO graduated than most persons realize, Capt. I Korean casualties, to whom blood I however, for the students to pay Gets BSM For
A Julius C.Early,head of the Armed'I miracle
and plasma have been the $6.00 upon registering, and the
from the Naval Academy in 1923.
:tiJ. Forces Blood Center at the Naval I healers of all time. Ironically, the Korean Action
t 4', During World War II he served Air Station has revealed.
I found it
Services have
,. Armed
,!, the staff Commander Air Football Picks the Naval Hospital
on of 3,000 Pint Per 1,000 I necessary to supply a large part' I Recovering at
Southwest Pacific. He later served "It is conservatively estimatedthat here from wounds incurred
of blood requirements themselves. Due Next Week
, ; as deputy commander with the at least 3,000 pints of blood Americans in mufti, haven't in the Korean conflict, Capt.
;It n Fifth Air Force with FairWing I features James T. Doswell was awardedthe
; and plasma per 1,000 casualties I seemed to respond. One of the most popular
,:. 17; was CO of the USS Mindoro could be required in the immediatearea So serious is the need not only of the Jax Air News Bronze Star Medal last

:;.. and the USS Leyte. of an atomic bombing in the I for the military needs but to provide the weekly football contest- Thursday for heroic action at the

J*> Rear Adm. Rice, who was Just three weeks following the attack," a stockpile in case of national will begin next week. front.

promoted to that rank recently, the station's senior medical officer I disaster, that the Federal Government Called the Football Special, Lt Col Paul S. Treitel, com

came to Jacksonville from duty declared. 'If 15 cities were bombed is launching a direct campaign the weekly quiz gives person manding officer of the Marine

er. 'i aboard the USS Valley Forge in simultaneously, as might easily under the National Blood nel a chance to pick the football Barracks, NAS Jax, made the

''1t Korean waters. The air group happen, It can be seen at once how Program. To reach even the winners. There will be presentation in brief ceremonies

k': .. aboard the carrier was the first imperative It is that an adequate minimum quotas every civilian, between some 25 college games listed, at the Hospital. Wounded In both

w' to operate jets on a carrier as civil defense reserve be built up 18 and 59, should stand with a tie-breaker. legs and arms, Captain Doswell
t. ,IT; routine duty. as rapidly as possible." ready to contribute, Prizes and rules for the contest received the medal from his:
-.0 will be announced next wheel chair.
The will be carried
-Good Only For Duration' Of Insurance campaign week. I *
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) The citation accompanying the

I Window Stickers To EventuallyReplace medal reads in part; For meritorious .
l achievement in connection

with operations against the
Metal Station
W Tags enemy while serving with a Ma.

;IfWindow: stickers are going ?oa> i rine division in Korea from- 1
'f' to the I. D. office in Building 9 April to 4 May, 1952.
to replace the metal station
when making notification of insurance "As air liaison officer with an
tag on your automobile.
'
". At the present time this willP renewal* .. Infantry regiment, Capt. Doswell
displayed an outstanding degreeof
only affect those personnel
PLANS ARE not yet completeas skill and
professional judgment
whose public liability and prop
Insurance to issuance of stickers to personnel in the coordination between
erty damage expires,
but after the end of the year all whose insurance does not air and infantry.
.
I expire prior to the end of the *
personnel aboard the station will
.. be issued stickers in lieu of metal year, but it is expected that this On one occasion he directed can
tags. will be done during the period air strike from an exposed

'. I from the first of December to position well forward of friendly
... I the last of January. lines and wounded
although
m IN THE PAST, metal tags have
it ;. been issued to all permanent', The new plan will relieve the three times, continued the direc.
I personnel aboard the station and work load on the security department tion until success was insured."

}.: 'I".t. -,:. were good for a period of two I and will make it more con The medal was ordered pre

M,.,; ;, .. ,: years. Under the new plan theI venient for auto owners in that sented by Major General J. T.
; stickers will only be good for the : they will only have to make one Seldon, Commandant of the U. S. .

duration of insurance! According trip a year to the Pass and I. D. Marine Corps.
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I I", to the Security Department this office. AWARDED BSM-Still recuperating; from the Injuries suffered Capt. Do well'l home is In

will amount to a savings to the Notification will be made in In Korea, Marine Capt. James T, Doswell listens attentivelyas Jacksonville. He attended Tulan< i
t Lt. Col. Paul Trletel, Marine Barracks CO, reads citation accompanying University before entering the
and the Planof
Air News'
the Jax
of :
k -f Navy $6,000 a year. Bronze Star Medal award. Doswell gained the award
{ K ',.." All personnel are requested to the Day as to when general for "meritorious achievement in connection with operations service in Nor. 1942, receiving
?, bring their, metal tags with them issuance of stickers will begin. against the enemy in Korea," while with a Marine division. his commission May 1944,
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rage Two JAX AIR NEWS x4a 18 September 1952

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xThjiLiJ 'DIVINE))' Report From Washington -



Jt1 \SERVICES)' Congress Confirms 13,065 ,


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Protestant ...

Station, Jacksonville, Fla. 0800-Episcopal Communion Service Navy Grade Nominations

NAS. .Jacksonville Small Chapel (Sun.)
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree _._..Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. Armstrong_. ___......Executive Officer 0830-Morning Service, All Saints By Armed Forces Press Service)
Lt. Dave Barksdale Public Information Officer Chapel. Veterans may now make their
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Military nominations confirmed checks or money orders for gov-

Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ,,. ......Commander 1045-All Saints ChapeL to temporary or permanent ernment life insurance
premiums
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins _Chief of Staff
Catholic080009001000Mass grades during the two sessions payable to "Veterans Administration
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born ____'_ CommanderComdr. St. Ed- of the 82nd Congress were as fol- ," the VA has an

Joseph T. Thornton .Chief Staff Officer ward's Chapel. lows: Army, 13,202; Navy -13,- nounced. Previously, checks and

Naval Air Technical Training Center 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. 065; Marine Corps, 3,485; Air money orders had to be made

Capt. Lester K. Rice-. Commanding Officer Mormon Force, 12,463. No nominations in payable to "The Treasurer of the
i .
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart. Executive Officer
U. S.. As a result,
1930 Tuesday NATTC Chaplain's the Armed Forces were with- many premium
Naval Hospital payments were sent to _
office. drawn or rejected but 144 re-
Office
Commanding
J. Wharton
Capt. Dwight
.
VA district or central office han-
Capt. T. F. Weinert .Executive Officer I. Christian Science. mained unconfirmed at the conclusion -
NARTU I 1900TuesdayNATTC Chap- of the 82nd Congress. dling the insurance account.

Capt. Easton B. Noble._ Commanding Officer lain's office. a a a a
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. __.Executive OfficerThe I The 100,000th title was recently -
Construction has begun on a
Carrier lo Be Filled will new Gunner's Mate school build- processed and added to the .' '
JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
of
the '
Jacksonville. Florida I and printed O INlnc'I non-app roprlated fund Special Inslallalions ing at the Naval Training Center, new catalog Armed Forces :
at no expense to the government and In NAVEXOS P-33. Rev Medical Library. The catalog includes
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the New York (AFPS-The) air- Great Lakes, Ill., which when
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Air Station Cecil I Field and the U, S. completed is expected to cost ap- 182,800 volumes prepared "
craft carrier
Naval' Hospital. USS Antietam, recently Another for shelving and 558,000 index
Editor-Andrew H. Planey back from a tour of dutyin proximately $1,500,000. cards.
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones. JOSN; Dave Devroy, SN; John ,I Korean waters, is now being ;' building at Great Lakes, scheduled a a .
Charvat. AN; Ed Nellist, J03; Helen Harper.The I outfitted with a new installation for completion late in 1953,
To relieve
an acute shortage of
JAX AIR NEWS 'U a member of the Armed Force Press Senlce I that will improve carrier is the $2,000,000 Fire Control
AFPS material appearing In thU publication may not be re ranted without opera- Technician Instrumentman and registered nurses in the Army
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other tion by making airplane landings members of the Women's
Army
matter except by service publications ,Is prohibited without permission ofEditor. safer the Opticalman school.
,
: JAX AIR NEWS. 1.-Navy announces. Corps are being trained as prac-

Editorial offices. located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension tical nurses at the Walter Reed

8184 and 216. Army Medical Center, Washington -

Navy Moral Standards High D. C. Students learn to give
bedside care to sick and

Your Navy Uniform Does Not Give ,.. relieves ed and their the Army's dependents.registerednurses This


You Any Latitude With MoralityThis of routine* duties..

Examinations for licensed mer-

( is the tenth of a series of articles in connection with the chant marine officers who desire
commissions in the U. S. Coast
service-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards).
> Guard will be held in 15 major

Lcdr. Karl II. Imholte I 4 ,. 't u$ cities Guard, Feb.announces.23-25, 1953,Applicantsmust the Coast

Each of us, because we live in a society made up of be between the ages of 21 ,.

hundreds of millions of people, has a distinct and definite a ,v+ 3 +' s fit,' C : Yq and 40, with at least four years I

responsibility to uphold the morals of mankind. service as a licensed officer
aboard a U. S. merchant vesseL

Morals are acquired by each individual as he achieves ,

maturity. Whatever our moral values are, does not mean '
V Blood Stockpile j' '
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that they measure up to the standards of modern day ". -. .- .... .. __ _.___ > ._ "
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living. Some of us through our environment, way of life (Continued from Page 1))
REPORT FOR TRAINING-Busy men during their annual workers, in conjunction with the i:.
or so-called independence have made up a code that con- training cruise at the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training out ]locally by Civilian Defense I "

flicts with that of the majority of mankind. Unit are officers and men of Air Wing Staff 74. These are civilians Jacksonville Blood Bank. The Du- r'val
who devote
one weekend each month to training as Week-
end Warriors at NARTU. Left to right: Wesley Morgan PNA3; County Red Cross Chapter ,.-
of morals John S. Morley SN; Sidney Bell PNAC and Lcdr. Vincent McGuire will participate by sending ita vol- "
In the Navy there is no de-emphasis or personnel officer of the squadron. .
unteer workers out with mobile
moral standards. The highest type of morals are re-
Therefore it is In-Service Training unit wherever blood donors are
quired of all naval personnel. necessary
that each member of the naval service examine his way I pledged to give.

of )life and determine to what extent he or she is livingup 60 Jaxons Shed Mufti For As First priority under the National -
to the high moral standards of naval life. Duty : Blood Program will go to the r '

This high moral standard in the Navy is not main- Weekend Warriors Wing Staff 74 will Armed provide Forces.whole Second blood and priority de-

tained through the promulgation of orders and regulations rivatives for civilian needs. All

but stems from naval tradition and the moral concepts Working uniforms of khaki, his remaining blood collected will be
first
whites, and dungarees have become I command in the Ha-
of mankind. Every one of us has a basic concept of waiian Islands processed into plasma and other
as the leader of
the 'for 60
daylight garb
the rudiments of morality. Carrier Aircraft Unit 31. derivatives to establish the vital
Jaxons who are members of the
national reserve supplies. "
"Weekend Warrior quadron Fasron 158's record under the ""
We know what is right or wrong and how to attendto which drills under the name of leadership of Johnson was out- These supplies cannot be ob- :''.

duty. To be modern seems to include a disregard of Air Wing Staff 74. standing, for this unit won the tamed overnight. The time is now. ,'

morality. In our modern times exists the fallacy that Organized and commissionedin Noel Davis Trophy as the best Next to whole blood, plasma I.

uniformed personnel are, by some quirk of thought, Dec. 1949, the squadron conducts unit of its type in the Naval Air the greatest life-saver for the '
wounded. "
Unlike whole'blood, it ;',
exempt from moral standards.A monthly weekend Reserve Training Command com-
duty can be preserved for years. It ::
petition, a distinction all the
in morals be noted for example when with the Naval Air Reserve needs 4
laxity may more remarkable since the prize no refrigeration so can bused :,
duty calls-'let George do it'. What is right or wrong Training Unit'at the Naval Air was taken in the first year of its on the spot. It- does not "

does not determine morality on the part of some naval Sta tion. organization.Top. have to be typed, or matched to

personnel, but what can be gotten by with does. The Full Schedule the blood of the recipient. "

"here today, gone tomorrow" attitude of some naval, per- Officers and enlisted men of i' AssistantsThe Anyone under 60 or over ISis
lower the moral standards within Air Wing Staff 74 are following second senior officer of -
sonnel has tended to I' eligible to give. He may give M'
the service. In the "here today tomor'ow" a daily routine of performancein Wing Staff 74 is Comdr. John P.
Navy we are gone again every three months with no "
) but that does not give us any latitude with moral- departmental duties and in- Ingle] another Jacksonville resident m effects. It takes only a few
We for conduct no mat- service training from 0800 until He joined the NROTC and minutes.
ity. are just as responsible our Blood cannot be man-
the final muster at 1600 each afternoon upon graduation in 32, becamean
'
in uniform out
ter where we are and whether we are or ufactured. There can be no aub-'
of uniform. for the period of the Ensign in the Naval Reserve. Utute. \ '
cruise." Ingle also returned to Jax with ..
s a C
Eastern Air Lines. He has just
From its date of organizationthe
Another attitude that prevails in the naval servicescan Wing Staff unit has been under completed his 20th year with Slate 3rd Session '.

be summed up in the old saying "When in Rome, do the command of Comdr. LeRoy I Eastern and is presently traffic

as the Romans do." Taken literally, what the Romansdid P. Johnson, who has been a i and sales manager for this area. (Continued from Page 1) <'

brought the world into a chaotic dark age. The lower I resident of .Jacksonville and At- I He now serves as assistant the Other courses taught during ;:

moral standards of a few in the Navy does not give license lantic Beach since 1907, has been 1 commander of the squadron in freshman spring session Included

to the remainer for such conduct. in the employ of the electrical charge of logistics.As English Educational (
'I
Psychology, Speech, American
Therefore, it is not the moral standards of a few recalcitrant .. department of the city for almost in his civilian occupation, History, Basic Math, and Mechanical I;

members of the naval service that determine 20 years. Ingle has completed 20 years in and Architectural Drawing. I+t
the'index in It behooves all of Skipper Has 3,500 Hours the Naval Reserve. Once the
of morality the Navy. us final program is set ,;
to accept and practice morals that have withstood. the The "Skipper" of the Wing The other assistant Wing Staff up, schedules and place of registration .
test of time. Staff had logged over 3,500 hoursin Commander is Comdr. Garland will be announced. ,.

flight time before joining the Poffenbarger. Poffenbarger in In .

There can be no question that the acceptance of mo- Naval Reserve for active duty as charge of the squadron's opera- All the exercise some people ", ;.'!

rality on a high plane must be the aim of every memberof a Lieutenant in 1941. Johnson tions, with particular supervisionof get is jumping to conclusions.A "1

the naval service. The efficiency of the Navy dependson served as a ferry pilot and training the 'flight operation of the of

the ability of each member to know right from wrong, officer until 1944 when he NARTU aircraft made availablefor wife with horse sense never

what his duty implies, and abide by such knowledge. was ordered to the Pacific with training and maintenance. becomes a nag.r .
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18 September 1952 JAX .AIR NEWS
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; :', -:- Births -:- It's Wise To Know Regulations Page live- .

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,, ..; Ralph F. Battreal, SN, and Mrs. Need License In State Can Pole-Fish Without In 1'i.
County
Fishing
rr' Battreal, boy, 8 lbs., 7V ozs, Aug. ; .
18. ;

Wesley T. Nelson, Jr., SD2, and Since all personnel stationedon ty without a license! Here is sued to you by the State of more than' four feet in depth. L

,:!;, Mrs. Nelson, boy, 6 lbs., 1% ozs., military reservations are what you will be letting yourself Florida can be revoked. L4r

;w.; Aug. 19.Jessie. considered residents of the in for: You can be charged The Commission prohibitsuse i

F. Bush, AOC, and Mrs. state of Florida for of with a misdemeanor end if After you have your licenseor of goldfish, carp and bass .
purposes convicted be fined not less if going to confine minnows as bait in fishing. '
Bush, boy, 7 Ibs., 5 ozs., Aug. 19. you are
!Jj,. hunting and fishing, they are than ten dollars nor more than your fishing to your county of And when you are taking bait '
Sgt. Lephaniel Jackson and
entitled to a local,resident license $300 and can also be imprisoned residence you want to remember you are cautioned to return to + "
Mrs. Jackson, boy 6 lbs. 15%
,
for those activities at a for a period not to exceed that you can't take more the water from which it was
ozs., Aug. 20.
cost of only two dollars each. 90 days. than 25 fish a day and that no takent any minnow whose use

Leo L. Nolte, ENC, and Mrs. Since the state law says that more than eight of them can as bait 1* prohibited.The .

Nolte, twin girls, 6 lbs., 4 ozs., and I you can fish in the county. of If you do have a license but be black bass. Commission also suggests

I lbs., 8 ozs., Aug. 22. legal residence without a license should break some other rule, When you are getting your that you dip your handsin

Kenneth R. Hinds, FN, and Mrs. provided you are usingno live bait you want to remember water before you handle .

Hinds, boy, 6 lbs., 9% ozs., Aug. more than three poles, per- regulation or order of the that you can't use a cast fish to prevent injury to any '

22. sonnel stationed here can fish Game end Fresh' Water Fish net that is over seven feet in that cannot legally be retain ;r

Alfred A. Pantaleo, ME2, and in Duval ounty without first Commission you can be given length or more than fourteen ed. -

f': Mrs. Pantaleo, boy, 6 lbs., 8 /4 acquiring a permit. the same fine and imprison- feet in diameter nor can you Salt water fishing does not (

OZS., Aug. 22. However, suppose you decideto ment, plus the fact that any use a minnow seine that is require a license but in most t

:f, Perry E. Smith, CSt, and Mrs. I fish outside.., Duval Coun- hunting or fishing license is more than 20 feet in length ort instances brackish water does. i

:J. Smith bov. 3 Ibs.. 9 ozs.. Au!!. 23.
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: : Lt. (jg)i James H. Stekes, ands How Can You Lose? J

,I s. Mrs. Stekes, girl, 7 lbs., 2 ozs., toe t-
Join Branch !a I of the Fleet Reserve $
\' Aug. 24.James. ;
Association today, win
E. Limehouse, FN, and _
$50.00 and help assure the futureof
Mrs. Limehouse, girl, 9 Ibs., lOVa
the enlisted men of the reg-
Aug. 24. HEADLINES
ozs.
ular Navy or Marine Corps. yIJ
Donald A. ABAN and
Tipton, ,
For information call either of
Mrs. Tipton, girl, 6 lbs., 7 ozs., the following: RELE Omar B.
Aug. 24.Aster.
Fisher; office phone. 525, home The
B. Dickens ADI and I following personnel
phone 11-8486; Lonnie P. Rich
eMrs. Dickens, girl, 9 lbs., 6 ozs., burg, AKC, office phone 8237, changes have been effected with.

'. 25.Edward. : home phone 2.1720; or Ens. Jean in the past week at Naval Hos

L. Hayes, DCI, and Kirsch, office phone Hospital 516, ; 'pital.

Mrs. Hayes, girl, 6 Ibs., 54 ozs., extension 17, home phone 88-9330. t4' :;: Received on board for duty
I l' 6 Ibs. 5K Aug. .
Hayes, girl, ozs.,
were Lt. (jg) Jack K. Harris,

25. New Exec For fl t recalled to active duty; Lcdr.
I I .
,: Harvey N. Coker, liNt, and Chalmers L. Anderson from
Mrs. Coker 6 lbs. 6 I i I "
:: girl, OZS.,
r. r Aug. 25.Dewey. Marine Aviation MSTS, Washington, D. C. assumes -

o" L. Dotson, ADI, and administrative assistant

:.;' Mrs. Dotson, girl, 7 Ibs., 11% ozs., Unit At CenterThe duties; Lt. (jg) James A. Cran-

\ Aug. 26.Alvin. FIRST RECOGNIZED HALF-GALLON DONOR LeRoy ford recalled to,active duty and
Marine Aviation Detach- Jones, AM2, of Fasron Nine, NAS Cecil Field donates his fourth
I L. Eller, AE2 and Mrs. ment at the Naval Air Technical pint of blood to the Armed Forces Blood Donor Center at NAS. Lt. Elsie M. Martin from US Na-
(s Eller, girl, 7 lbs., 11% ozs., Aug. Training Center welcomed aboard Jones has given a total of nine pints of blood since 1950. Watch val Hospital, Yokosuda, Japan.
28. ing Lt. (jg) Betty Taylor extracting the vital fluid is Charles E.
1' N. SN and Mrs. Major Edward L. Schnettler last McPherson of O & R, who himself, has given three pints to the Departures include Comdr. Al-
Ned Campbell, ,
j i;' '' week as its new Executive Offi Armed Forces program and prior to that nine pints to the O & R bert G. Gibbs transferred to Naval
t Campbell, girl, 7 Ibs, 4 ozs, Aug. cer. Blood Bank.
20. Hospital, Charleston, S. C.;
\ \ Major Schnettler, a veteran Na-
Leslie'. RMSN and Lt. Harrison Combs on TAD to
:" Huey, ,
I val Aviator for the past 16 years BLOOD BlINK
If V*, Mrs. Huey, girl, 8 Ibs., 7 OZS., Aug. began his aviation cadet training Naval School of Justice, Newport,

<. 28. I. at NAS, Minneapolis, Minn. BOX SCORE R. I.; Lt. (jg) Dolores A. Mor-

Roy T. Faulkner, AOC, and Earlier Marine Corps assign gan and Lt. Charles G. Peerman,

r Mrs. Faulkner, boy, 7 lbs., 4 ozs., ments included flight instructor No. QIIO. Per. Jr., released to inactive duty..

t-I Aug. 28.Merlin. duty at NAS, Posco, Wash.; NAS, Seh. Met cent *

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!,. Mrs. Melancon, boy, I 6 Ibs, Aug. he was instructor captain at NAS, Medical 2 3 150.0 Supply and Fiscal departmentwill Currier, Elnora J. Cowden and
NATTC 253 286
r 29. Ottumwa, Iowa. Between April 111.0 have its annual dance Friday, Adeline M. Wilson transferred to

r''. John T. Puthuff, Jr., AD2, and and July '45, he was attached to IRD Pub. Works 24 2 24 2 100.0 100.0 Sept. 26, 1952 at the MayflowerRoof Naval Hospital, San Diego, Calif.
Marine 914 at Robert E. Campbell, HN, and
Fighter Squadron
Mrs. Puthuff girl 6 Ibs 1014ozs will
"t Dental 1 1 100.0 Garden. No reservations
Cherry Point, N. C. He was later John P. Herman, HN, transferredto
." Aug. 29. Oper. 12 11 91.6 be made, dress is optional, and
Marine
Barracks
assigned duty as Operations Offi- Camp Le-
\ L. Lt. B. Harlow and Mrs. Res. Fleet 85
Harry 70 83.5
hf cer with VMF-222 operating admission is $1.50 per couple. Mu- jeune, N. C. for further assign
>> Harlow, girl, 5 Ibs, 7% ozs, Aug. Spec. Servo 4 3 15.0 I
k' around Okinawa. sic will be by Abe Livert's band. ment; Vincent A. Hawkins, HMC,
30. Fla. Mil. Dist 5 3 GO.O
k While aboard the USS Bairoko That metallic blue Sunbeam- departed TAD for instruction at
l'f' John O. Thompson, AKI, and ComFairJax 94 52 55.3
: Naval School of Justice New-
with VMF-452 he the and ,
was squadron's Talbot parked outside Supply
i't Mrs. Thompson, boy, 6 lbs., lozs % Comm. 4 2 50.0o
Port, R. I.; Thomas L. Masterson,
intelligence officer until Fiscal belongs to Lcdr. R T.
., Aug. 30. & R 115 39 33.9
Jr., HN, transferred to NAS Jax
1949. Major Schnettler came here Admin. Uchtermann, Supply Control Of-
3 1 33.3Grn.
I. Tyler L. Scroggins, AMI, and from duty in Korea. Between Oc- Cove 35 10 28.5 ficer. The Sunbeam-'r la an Eng- for duty end Henry D. Ross,

: Mrs. Scroggins, girl, 8 Ibs, 7J/4 tober 1951 to July 1952 he has NARTU 7 2 28.5 lish car.Three. HM2, reecived expiration of enlistment

I: ozs., Apg. 30. been attached to the First Marine Cecil Field 16 4 25.0 discharge.
T/Sgt. Dennis H. Tynes and Air *
ft" Wing. '
AIM 4 1 25.0 civilian employees
: r Mrs. Tynes, girl* 8 Ibs, 101s ozs., Assuming his new duties as Marines 10 2 20.0 ferred recently to Cecil trans-I' Latest arrivals from Naval
t: Aug. 30. Executive officer last Saturday, I Hospital Corps School at Bain-
21
Hospital 4 19,0 They are John L. Schwarzman,
;j.. Theodore T. Borkstrom, FN, Major Schnettler relieved MajorN. Supply 27 5 18.5 Olie Highsmith and Catherine bridge, Md. were HA's Willa E.

;jj.'. end Mrs. Borkstrom, girl, 7 Ibs, O'Brien, who is on a replace Engineers 13 0 0.0 Mclnlosh. Taylor, James M. Freeman,
A'I
It 8 oZS., Aug. 30. ment draft for the Pacific area. Charles F. Lemar and Neal Q.
." Pfc. James D. Richardson and Mrs. Loyall Jones was Pope, Jr.

,10 Mrs. Richardson, girl, 8 Ibs, 5 ozs, ? R with the traditional "pink and
Aug 31.Pfc. blue" shower by her co-workers Red Cross Notes

.. William G. DeLeef, and prio rto he recent resignation "Calling all cars!" The Stock

.y Mrs. DeLeef, boy, 5 Ibs, 9 ozs., Dispatch lost Mary Pless last Car Racing Association has invited -
Aug. 31. month when she changed her ad- the patients of the Naval
"'"
Pfc. Marion A. Vonderhuevel dress to Texas Pauline C. Hospital to be guests at the races

and Mrs. Vonderhuevel, girl, 7 Strumlauf transferred from Stock I Friday night, Sept. 19. If you area
.
lbs., 7U ozs., Sept. 1. Control to the Internal Revenue racing enthusiast and haven't

Paul II. Martin, SN, and Mrs. *' Department In downtown Jackson already made arrangements, race

Martin, girl, 6 Ibs, 3 ozs., Sept. 1. cik ville. to your Red Cross Recreation
Lt. (jg) Alan D. Tibbetts an-1 Worker and sign up now.

.. Mrs. Tibbetts, girl, 9 Ibs, 14% 0%., Fraiu Nail, AKAN, WM The bus will leave the Recreation -
; Sept. 1.Kenneth. transferred last week to Patuxent Building at 1900. Red Crouch

;. ,w,. M. Wilson, AMI, and River, bidHer replacement in and Charlie Weekly of the Stock
Mrs. Wilson, girl, 9 Ibs, 10 OZS., the Enlisted Personnel office Is Car Racing Association have our

Sept. 7.Pfc. Marge M. Splllane, AKAN sincere appreciation for making
.. Cline L. McLane and Mrs. The "Cold Storage" Wave, Pat, these trips possible.

*; McLane, girl, 7 Ibs, 5 ozs., Sept. looks stunning in her new slacks, Arthur Murray dance instructors

?.t,' 8. according to comment around will be in the auditorium at r
'
Howard -W. Waller, BT3, and Stock Control on a recent business 1500 Thursday, September 18th
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Mrs. Waller, boy, 5 Ibs, '/. ozs, :* II 4 "'>h' *''''< visit and October 2nd. All patients are

r Sept. 8.Alvie. NEW MARINE EXEC AT CENTER; -Major Edward L. Schnet- invited to avail themselves of
L. Elkins, Jr, DN, and tler (right), new executive officer of the Marine Aviation De- Exercise kills germs but the this opportunity to learn to .
tachment at NATTCenter is welcomed aboard by Lt. Col. James
'::1 :":: .. Mrs. Elkins, boy, 6 Ibs, I4i ozs, C. Lindsey commanding officer of the detachment. Major Schnet trick is to get the darn things to dance, or to perfect those tricky

;', ,, Sept. 9. tler has completed a tour of duty in Korea. exercise. steps.

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Barracks 722 is buzzing with : .,'t.
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activity these days. Marriages, s ";,

discharges, transfers and new arrivals l'\:s
are keeping a steady pace. L/'x,+

Not to mention the world of
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sports. 1- '

Barbara Rickman, Sonny Oles- : ',

." n.. "....-''' .,, .,, _y",.."._....__"_.._..L..>"C_,.,,..._.._. .....-. ky and Margaret Stevens joined ;'

VP-861 LOSING ORIGINAL COMPLEMENT Like other squadrons which have a prominent number of reserves on active the civilian world during the, '
I duty VF-861 is faced with losing most of its members to inactive duty or other assignments. By the end of this month 90 per cent past two-week period. Mary Ann

of the entire complement, shown perched atop and around one of the squadron's P2V-5's, will be gone. The squadron itself, calledto Gonzcy took a mate while '
active duty in Sept. 1950, will remain active. Stel1:9J
macher had to postpone big .
day until Hurricane Able moved r '

77 MotoristsGet Lcdr. Runyon I Top ANP Jewish Centers up the coast. V,


PenaltiesFor Heads VF22Lcdr. Class HonorsGo Tell ScheduleFor the Taking following the vacant Bainbridge.spaces arri-are ,'. 'f:

vals: Barbara Bales, Pauline }
Donald E. has to MarinePfc. .t
ViolationsSuspension Runyon assumed Smith, J. A. Ruskinski and Lana L"
the role of commanding officer Robert J. DeLong Holy DaysNaval
earned Pietrangeli. Good luck on your f
of driving prix of Fighter Squadron 22 from
the top honors in the Air- personnel of Jewish first cruise! "
ileges on the station for per Lcdr. Delmar Walker Jr, who has man Preparatory graduatingclass 1i :
faith invited to
are participatewith
iods from one week to indef- reported for further duty with the last week at the Naval the local congregations in Frances Nails, storekeeper, formerly t w':
inite were meted out to 77 of Chief of Naval Air Advanced
Air Technical Training Center. with transferred !
observing Holy Days of New ; Supply, was 1.t
124 who
the persons appearedin Training at Corpus Christi, Texas. Out of a class of 349 stu- Year and Day of Atonement to Patuxent River last t
station traffic court duringthe
first two weeks of this Extensively engaged in the dents, which included both from Sept. 19 through Sept. 29.1 week. Very few of the "old nri

month. flight testing of numerous typesof Navy and Marine personnel, The following schedules have salts" 1 left!11! 11 :

advanced ;Jet aircraft for the DeLong compiled a 93.47 av- been announced for Reform, Con Helen Burnett, TDAN, mas-i ,.

Fifteen persons received Navy during recent years, Lcdr. erage, servative and Orthodox services. ter-at-arms for the past three *

suspended sentences, 15 received Runyon had Completed a tour of He has been Congregation Ahavath Chesed months will be relieved by Jean ; 1:,

warnings and three duty with Air Development Squadron selected for the (Reform), located at St. Johns Bechdolt next week. Burnett :

cases were dismissed. Three 3 at Atlantic City, N. J., before Aviation i Y" and Mallory Streets, will celebrate will report to Fleet Air Aviation ;
cases were turned over to the aboard here. tronics S 1 > .
reporting Elecr-fB$ New Year's Friday, Sept. Training Aids Unit .
officer of the individual
commanding -
involved.The Lcdr. Walker, departing skip-I now that ,... '. .j 19 at 2000, and Saturday, Sept. Marge Clark tried taking the 11
the staff of Commander completed e ( easy way down the ladder at
offense per, was on :: 20 at 1000 with the Blowing of i
most common single eight-week Airman ,r' Building 955 Tuesday. No serious
Air Forces, Atlantic Fleet, before 'i'J\ the Shofar at 1115.
was improper parking he became commanding officer school. ::-lJ damage and she got tip laughing"' "

with 72 persons being sum- of the Fleet Air Jacksonville Called into the .' .. Day of Atonement services but will no doubt be conventional .
moned for that violation. ;( I tr
squadron. Prior to that he served Marines in April Pfc. Sunday, Sept. 28, 2000 and Mon in the future. That brings the
Failure to stop for a stop sign 1952, he was sent DeLong- total of two Waves falling down,
with Commander United States day, Sept. 29, 1000-1800; Torah .
was second with 21 violations. 'to' San Diego for basic train or was it up, thestairs in the
Air Forces and participated in the reading, 1130; Early afternoon
"Operation Sandstorm" atom blastat ing. Upon completing basic he service, 1230; Children's Service; I. past 14 days.
a a I was assigned to school here. *
service ,
Eniwetok. 1345; Afternoon 1500; I '
Before entering the servicehe Memorial (Yizkor) Service, 1600; I Beverly Ballard was walking

Bill Numbers Published was a member of the Naval Neilah (closing) Service, 1700. around Personnel office Tues-

Serial numbers of bills stolenin Reserve for four years. He's New Year's Services at the day with her left hand in her
now married and claims En- pocket but it didn't conceal the
the $1,500,000 Brinks, Inc. Jacksonville Jewish Center (Conservative
glewood, Colo., as home. I sparkle from the diamond. The
), Third and Silver
SALTY HUMOR FROM robbery in Boston in January I
When asked what he
1950 have been published by the thoughtof 'Streets, will be Friday, Sept. 19, gift originated with Kenny Over :
HERE AND THEREA the Airman School he
Prep \:
2000; Saturday, Sept. 20, 0800, night, local civilian.

Nebraska declares Finance' officers who come across said, "I gained much valuable 1300 and 1830, and Sunday, Sept. At long last the ping pong I ,
newspaper knowledge about the aviation tournament is taking s hap e. ,'"
21 1000.
the following collection I I I any of the numbered bills are instructed '
field and feel that I have a Anyone interested in paddle bat :: .
letter excellent to notify a representative "
produces
results of the Criminal Investigation good background" to continuemy Day of Atonement Sunday, tIe should sign their name on the <

"Dear Sir: A glance at the dateof Detachment. I training. Sept. 28, 1900; Monday, Sept. 29, list posted on the bulletin board..
The date will be set according to
our original invoice will soon ---------- 0800 and 1800; Torah reading, .

prove we've done more for you Dedicated To Safety 1000; Memorial (Yizkor) Service, the turnout received.

than even your own mother- 1100; Mussaf Service, 1200; Aft Check the athletic bulletin

ernoon service, 1500; Neilah Ser- board for an announcement con
we've carried for 12 months.
*you. Glutton For Speed? There's.Room vice, 1630. cerning bowling news. Nothing .,
I. Etz Hayim Congregation (Orthodox definite as yet but something
"Pilot to tower, pilot to tower.
I ), 33 W. Sixth Street, will should develop soon. '
plane out of gas. Am 8,000 feet in have New Year services on Fri Louise Downing has assumedthe

.air and 30 miles over Atlantic : For You In This ClubAre coach
i day, Sept. 19 at 1800 and Satur- position of volleyball
what shall I
ocean, do?
day, Sept. 20 at 0800. Twilight while Mary Dimick is on leave.
"Tower to pilot, tower to pilot. I I II The first is scheduled for
service, 1730 (Mincha), followedby game
Repeat after me ."Our Father, you a hot rod fan? Do
mothers and other drivers will sometime next week. All hand
the evening service. Other .
interests lie in ,.
who art in Heaven your speed, high
appreciate.Chief services will be Sunday, Sept. 21 are invited to attend. .
lift headers manifold
cams, pres- I
sures and the like? If so, there'sa Bjll Scott, charter member at 0800 and 1730, folowed by the Latest addition to the Jax Air {''
Heavy date you had last night. that club evening service. News staff is "Buckshot" Will. ;
emphasized mem- ,.
club that may be just to your .i
Have a good time? liking. I bers are not interested in beatingthe Day v of Atonement Sunday, Hams from up yonder in Columbus -

Rotten. law or in proving who has Sept. 28, 1800; Monday, Sept. 29, Ga.
It's the North Florida Roadster
Whatsamatter? the most nerve on the highway, 0800 with Memorial (Yizkor) Ser SOS .,
Club. It is an organization com- "
Did enjoy a book
you ever
but rather in amateur vice, 1100 through 1715. '
forming an
with the last chapter missing? posed of speed fans around this Two More Unlisted

area, dedicated to safety and a guild to improve their mechanical this speedy but sane outfit con
APs Turn Here .
craftsmanship and for the U/ .
"Hello. Is thisthe, City Bridge charter member of the NationalHot I tact Chief Bill Scott of Special < ',
'pleasure pf just holding a bull In taking account of all AP'senlisted
Department?" Rod Association. This club is Services, extension 512 or the
session on speed. ( aviation ) featured
pilots -
"Yes, what can we do for you?" interested in getting new mem : Mainside gym. ;
bers. I Anyone interested i in joining in last week's issue, the
"How many points do you get _
i Jax Air News has learned that "
for a small]] slam? '
IS. You will meet enthusiasts who two more AP's. can be included

Bill: She certainly is magnetic.Jack have already built roadsters. in the list.

: Little wonder. Every- They will be more than willingto In research for the article, ;

thing she's got on is charged. tell you all you want to know which took some three weeks, ..,; .
about the sport and can show it was meant to include .every' ;. 'J

short cuts which will AP on the base. But, FaetuLant ', ;',
Terkinson: "Did you hear about you save
Detachment 2 has informed the
Willard Elkins, the bank cashier, you money when you can affordto
editor that it has two enlisted
.
build
stealing fifty thousand and running one. N''
AP's in its ranks. ... .
away with his best friend's Safety is the main theme of /
They are Irving W. Hastings, "
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wife. the North Florida Roadster Club.
ADCAP), and Earnest J. An- t
Simpson: "Good heavens; Who Many men love speed and the
derson, ADCAP). They can ;:'I
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will teach his Sunday school big chase. The club is designedto "
now consider themselves fully:1/ ::
class tomorrow?" eliminate the midnight joy :!, "'
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acknowledged as two of the
"
riders who are forced to pick a .
700 enlisted pilots in the Navy, i-
A gossip is a person who talksto deserted highway to race. ,
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25 of which stationed ,'
are at "'t

one you who about talks others to you, about a bore himself is As a club, hot *rodders may gain : ; : ir; ; : i NAS, Jacksonville.. ,.J.' .: I

; a brilliant conversationalist permission to speed to their dtijItFft.NN Kites rise against the wind \.Z,
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j is one who talks to you about hearts content on local desertedair #"" ; *" (> jiU <<: :; not with it. }

yourself. strips and various beach READY FOR RUN-Lining! up for one of their many caravans :,:f

tracks in the area. A club car various' parts of the state, North Florida Roadster Club members Too much celebrating has kept ',
'r:
Many a woman who goes on a cannot be raced unless it is in display their handiwork. The club, which has many Navy '
a from becoming celebrated -
military and civilian members, is one that prides itself on speedwith many man .
,. diet. learns she i is a poor loser. perfect shape, a fact that police, sanity, raring over special courses. : ,::!'

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::t'1i.f': 6, VP-86J V/.62, VF.J02. VF-J3, VF-44, Report il
CPO Notes


;. ( Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons By popular demand, the Club 1

brings back another free spaghetU t
t Fasron Six the original <42< officers called to dinner Thursday (tonight) startIng I
y ':.f.. "If at first you don't succeed, duty with the squadron only 5 at 1900. Bring the family out ]:;
;:,.(: ', try, try again,". Is the motto are left. The percentage of men i to enjoy the food and music by 1
. \ "' I that Inspired Ted Margolin, AD1, lost is not quite so high but even k Junior Gale and? his troupe. Refreshments -
[:' who, after 14* years, finally became, that is a staggering figure. are served five cents ', :

.'1\k: '. a high school graduate. Ted The squadron was called to dutyat cheaper on Thursday nites, too. '. ;r
t, achieved this long desired ambition Norfolk. From there they wentto Captain Burnham C. McCaffree 'i
1 by applying for and passing Corpus Christi for qualifications will be welcomed aboard as the ;

r the USAFI-GED high school test in the P2V-2 aircraft. After a I 2i L4Y. commanding officer of the Station t.

''.' with flying colors. couple of months in Corpus they 1 with a gala buffet-dinner dance on ;
'" Handling requests for the assignment moved to Jax and here they are. 4' : 7SY Saturday, Sept. 27. The exact
: rtfII1'J.;' of lockers located at the During two years of duty VP-861 '8lf time and other details will be '4:

; f '. \' southeast corner of Building 200 made two tours in the Med. Area, published at a later date. ,
"
i '\" are Mack Alford, AB1, and Jack and visited many interesting Bureau of Naval Personnel regulations
i. '
Jolly, SN. These private lockers places in Europe and Africa. I governing the operation'r
;:' 'are available for the convenience Operationally during. the two I of an open CPO mess'prohibit the-
; of all squadron personnel. years of duty the squadron participated extending of credit to members. )
OVff 4" Relieving Lionel Broxton, TN, in numerous Fleet Exercises : 5y -S Several suggestions that the club "

i\ :;: who went to the USS Tarawa, is Including "Grand Slam," the extend credit have been receivedbut
if( Weathlie Fisher, TN, formerly of first NATO Fleet Exercise. VP-861 cannot be acted upon in view
*' NAS Jax. Weathlie has assumed made a good name for Itself all of the Bureau's view of the matter '

,r" duties of satisfying Building 2008 through AIrLant and made many ,!j
; -Y'I' I. coffee hounds.Graduating friends on the other side of- the
; *K'* from nine weeks of GREETS NEW CO-Comdr, Joseph O. Buchanan, Jr. (right), If present plans continue, a gen
Atlantic, too. outgoing commanding officer of Fasron 51 explains squadron eral call for volunteers will be j
t tlfif; DK schooling at Newport, R. I., Last month a reorganization procedures to Comdr. Robert W. Slye, incoming: skipper, who assumed made to help with improvementsIn l''
; 1 Arthur Letendre, DKSN, now TAD plan was drawn up for the squadron I his post Monday. Comdr. Buchanan, who placed the squadron the club. All Chiefs willing to .{
i f'- to Disbursing: will assume responsibility and put into effect Sept 1. in commission last December, has departed for his new duty contribute a little time and effort :

; \ : of handling the squad. New officers who have been trick assignment. toward improving present club facilities -
;it; : I ron's pay records. I ling into the squadron as replace- I mately five times, the squadron Church, of Williamsburg, Sept. should contact any club of- ]

.: Returning to the squadron after ments are all in their jobs and I finally got together on Friday 15.The ficial.
:" 83 weeks of medical care at the the whole outfit is busy puttingthe afternoon and had a bang-up time. skipper and his bride will
i NAS Hospital, Norton G. Sprague, new plan into operation. Food and refreshments were furnished reside at NAS upon their return All hands are still unanimous in :
!, SN, has been assigned to yeoman From Comdr. Bonvillian, skipperof I and various athletic diversions from their honeymoon. The entire' wishing to return home, soon. .
., "i duties in Engine Build Up. VP-861, down to the last mana I filled the afternoon's bill of squadron welcomes Mrs. Kennedyto .
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\ .:."'; Graduates now attached to the wish for the best of luck goes entertainment. its ranks and wishes her a VF-44 '

;rkK": squadron having completed their to each man and officer of the pleasant tour with VJ-62. With VF-44 In the l\led-Fett'd .
'i',1>::: school training are, Bill Garland, original squadron. A lot of these VJ-62 One of the local boys has made with proper ceremony aboard the .
rF. ." ,.I AEAA and Bernard Daley, AOAA, men have returned to civilian life. 'The social event of the season good. Bob Taylor, AN made his USS Coral Sea recently after he ;,

from NATTC, Jax; William G. However, a lot have elected to reached a successful culmination radio debut, on the 'Cracker Jack', had'completed the 300th accident
:Mlhay, ATAN, James E. Campbell extend and remain in the Navy. when. VJ-62's commanding officer show. Bob warbled 'One Alone' free carrier landing of his career ,'"
I: AMAA, Eugene A, Dickey, For a long time now VP-861 Lcdr. Jeff Kennedy, Jr., marriedthe and 'Passing By.' He's got a was Lt. R. L. Richardson: admin- :
AMAA, and Paul D. Melvin, has been trying to have an all former 'Miss Carolyn Wilkinsof squadron full of boosters who istrative officer of VF-44. ''f:i
v AMAA, from NATTC, Memphis, hands party. After having been Williamsburg, Va. Nuptialstook thank the gentleman running the Speechmaking, accolades and ::a
Tenn.; Tom Saneholtz, DKSN, and scheduled and postponed approxi- place at the First Methodist show for giving him the chance. the traditional cake served to '
Jim Fahey, DKSN, from New- S pilots, plane captains, and mechanics ; -
port. VF-102 were included in the

Reporting aboard for duty has When the first hurricane of the ceremony for Lt. Richardson whois

;; been George A. Gilbert, TEl, from :4 year, "Able," swept by at sea off now on his second ocean cruise 'f
; Utility Squadron-10 Gauntanamo } s the coast of Jacksonville, all VF- with VF-44 and has formerlyseen

Bay, Cuba; King D. Courtney, { > 102's hose noses (FG-1D) were duty with eight other squad-
: AM2, from USS Siapan; John H. ; safely stowed in Hangar 13 at rons: VF-24, VF-50, VF-28 VF-

Reithknecht, AE3, and Eugene J Cecil Field, packed in like sardines 84, VF-37, VFB-7, VFB-11, and
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Koester, AE3, from NATTC, Jax. awaiting the return of VF- VF-12A, in addition to a tour
105's Able Dogs. I of duty ashore at Memphis.
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VP-861 New personnel reporting" for I
,; VP-861 like a number of other duty with .the squadron recently
squadrons has been faced with include Lt. Walter R. Horner; i
'' the idea of losing most of its per M.r Randolph Hodges, ADl; Bert I
'' sonnel to inactive duty or because > t"'N
I Monts, ADI; and Billy Langford, ;
'. f of. change of duty orders. Now AM3. ....
the Idea has become a reality.
z' Recently tieing the nuptial knot
The squadron was called to active
with the former Miss Ruth Charles
duty as a unit two Of.II SSSS'S
years
I: ago. of West Hazelton, Pa., was VF. / -

:: .". .:.....:...r... .. .. Y. .r 102 member, Owen Williams, AN. I

\, Fasron 51 CO PAYS TO BE AN OLD SALT-Signs; that proclaim "This The ceremony took place in West I'
,/. Bench Reserved for Chiefs With Over 20 Years," keep all young Hazelton, which is also Williams' 1.1Y
:' Post To Slye; sters of VJ-62 looking for other places to sit. Helping 'old chief" home town. I
Pete Dennison, who has completed almost 26 years, to the benchis I
and Joe Madison
George Hampton
; ::: Buchanan Goes "young chief Joe Roberts who has put in 21. It's a good thing
.. all chiefs of the squadron that have over 20 don't decide to sit \ have departed for the separa.
j ) After seven years absence from on the bench at the same time, since it has room for only six. tion center and subsequent civilian
\ Jax, Comdr. Robert W. Slye Taking advantage of the brief rest are (left to right) : Bob Agris- life as has Harvey Gehard, who Y
I tit AOC, 24 years; LaMard Schnabel, ADC, 22 years; Ralph Grims-
. 1"7"\, t ; returned this week to take over preceded them by several days.F.13 .
ley, ADC, 25 years and Winslow Hurley, ADC, 21 years.
-.. command of FASron 51. He relieved *
_. Comdr Joseph C. Buchanan Receive Varied Training I
\" : Jr. With VF-13 in the l\Ied-Fighter
In 1945 the new skipper received Squadron 13, with Air Group One '
57 Graduate From Airman Recruit
: ,. : operational flight training in I In the Mediterranean aboard the
, ,. fighter aircraft here. Prior to the USS Wasp, is now looking forwardto
: a:" present assignment he was executive School At [Reserve Training Unit i its return to Jax and resuming
officer of the USS Gilbert participation in activities here.
; Islands. I Fifty-seven graduates of the This has been the second Med-
{! / assistants were mostly "Weekend
"':'i" ;' "Comdr. Buchanan, who was Airman Recruit School at the Warriors" iterranean cruise for VF-13, which
on active duty for the
,.. >:" ....:.: with the squadron upon its commissioning Training Unit wok praise from training session. spent six months there last year
: : .' last December, relin- Capt. Easton B. Noble, Com Varied TrainingAs aboard the USS Coral Sea.

." ", ,", quished his post. manding Officer, at graduation a result of the aviation With the maintenance depart
A" .. After reading orders, Joe Stepp, exercises at the NARTU hangarlast technical training, the melt can ment leading the way by keepinga
., *... ADC, presented the departing Friday readily qualify for promotion to fine availability percentage, VF-
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<. : :t;;" .' skipper, on behalf of the crew, a Special Courses their next rank. They will now 13 has logged more than 2,500

:. s\ plaque which read, "From Plank The Navy and Marine Reservists continue their training in an on- flight hours and completed over
-'''" Number One,' FASron 51 To were selected for special the-job training basis as they resume 700 carrier landings. I1

)f0" a ". Comdr, J. O. Buchanan Jr., skip- courses in aviation technical i drill attendance with their During one week the squadronhad ( -
per extraordinary from Dec. 3, training at the begining of the respective squadrons on a week a brief change from the rou- t k
1951 to Sept. 15, 1952." summer and entered training at end basis. tine of shipboard flying when operations -
Comdr. Buchanan will report to the .Aviation Technical Training Honor student of Basic Rate were conducted from Hal- A FP 1'i'i

r .Field Command, Armed Forces School at NARTU to accomplishit. School was John W. Daniesl, AN, far Airfield on Malta. '
.{ ) Special Weapons Project, Albu- I of St. Augustine, Fla lie won the Soudha Bay, Crete, the "Little MISS AMERICA-Neva Langley -
,- querque, N. M. for his new duty The training included aviation honors due to his outstanding Jewel of the Med'," the French a Lakeland, Fla., girl who

::.-.. t assignment. He received flight ordnance! aviation electrician, scholastic average during the Riviera; Genoa, Italy; Athens, of was Miss entered Georgia under, is the the banner new .

.1. .' .. training at Pensacola and later yeoman personnel, airman recruit training period. lie received a Greece, and Istanbul, Turkey, Miss America, having been :
"fr ';.'i' served aboard aircraft carriers training, and basic recruit trophy presented by Capt. Easton were among the "strange and ex- voted to honors at the recent .
, .. USS Enterprise', USS' Essex, and training. The school was headed B. Noble, NARTU commanding i otic" places visited by the Fleet contest in Atlantic City N. J.She's 1
a peach, whether it be .
t r.it"ri." '-ri'; r".' battleship. USS Washington. by' Lcdr, Harry M. Nearing. His officer. Air Jax squadron as liberty ports. Georgia or Florida. ,I
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Jax Battles Cecil ForCity

FLIERS S1'IsALBATTING .
ij ijRallying j
HONORS

IN CITY LOOPAfter 2nd Half Crown


capturing team honors In ...
the City League, final batting av- for two runs in the '
'
margin to 7-2 with four in the
erages show the Fliers with the seventh the Jax Navy varsity :
sixth and one in the fifth. Jax
top four spots. Tom Neely was overcame a 7-5 deficit held by I
Navy counted once, in the third.
the leader with a .388 clip. Relafords last week in City I
However, in the bottom of the .
Softball League play to win 8-7
Bob Stefanich, who did not geta ,'
sixth the Fliers moved into con- "
in 13 innings.
base hit In the final game of
I The victory assured the Fliersof tention with three runs, leavinga
With John Charvat the season while Ne ly had one,
: at least a tie for the second runner stranded when Breenwas
The season opener is still over a week away for the local grid- was ousted from the top rung and forced at second on BradTredenick's
half crown as they sport a rec-
sters, but it's not too early to size up the first foe, Parris Island. settled for second at .385. Jim ground ball.
ord of six wins and one defeat. ,
.371 John
Coughlin, and McCaf- r
The lion-vs-the' cat. Once beaten Cecil Field gained a Error Allows Run ),
Take the Islanders off the schedule and the green but eager frey, .339, were third and fourth. ,0' "
forfeit decision from McDuff The locals plated the evenersin
charges of Coach Dave Barksdale stand even with the eight re- N safeties
B Hardware Tuesday night to knot the seventh on a pair of -
maining foes. We're not offering alibis for the Fliers now, nor will
the second stanza race. a walk and a fielder's choice.
we as the season progresses. It's just unfortunate that the varsity
List WinnersIn Cecil Field will do battle with Neither side drew blood until
has to draw such a formidable foe as PI in the opener.In .
the Fliers in a sudden death the 13th, although the Fliers left
his first season as head coach at NAS Barksdale has a crew 0
game tonight at LackawannaPark. runners stranded in both the :'
athletes who confident and tough fibered. Despitethe Junior
of energetic are
Al Bullard will be on the eighth and ninth. In the 13th J
notices from the South Carolina grid
raving camp you
press
hill for Cecil while Woodrow Horton safe infield
was on an
will be 60 minutes of rabid football en- J
can be assured that there Golf
TourneyJunior will send his slants down
Perry error, moved to third on MCEIyea's ,
tertainment, Sept. 27.
for the locals.
!
single and scored when s
Parris Island Well Heeled golfers finished their Relafords Scores Early Adams ground ball was booted.
Parris. Island is a well oiled grid machine. There are not enough first J
the
Relafords can
hey day of tournaments last opened I '
positions on the squad to utilize the talent that is available and it locals I
and the
to witth two runs
week with
has been dog-eat-dog for a starting berth as far back as spring prac- champions crowned, in Air 10 "
able but
in junior, junior-senior fatherson were to score once Group -
-
unheard of in this sector.
tice.
Spring practice, increased their
their half. The foe
The crying towel ij already out at PI where the Islanders are and peewee contests in their 'I
annual fall Golfers Hold
moaning injuries sustained by many of their professional and col- outing.

lege stars a week before their Sept. 20 opener with Fort Eustis Bob Wallace teamed with NATTC Joins

On the disabled< list are Bill Stovall, veteran guard from Miss- I youngster Dick Gingrich to capture Clean RecordIn

issippi State; Villanova's Leo Elter; Phil pettore, former Penn I Junior-Senior. title while Forces With NAS .

back; Ed Filipouits, Georgia end; Frank Rindoni, Tennessee guard; the father-son banner fell to'jud action on Cecil i Field's

South Carolina's Spec Granger and John Wagner, former Columbia and Dickie Pearson. For Ring ActionBoxing course, linksmen of Air Group
center. Grays Score 10 maintained their unblemished

Marines Have Big Forward Wall The Gray family put a four- will step Into the sport record, registering a 23-16 win

Pi's line, dotted with such stars as Roscoe Hansen, North Caro- some on the links as Mrs. Betty light at NAS next week with joint over e combined Cecil FieldFasron -

lina tackle and drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles; Leo "Dick" Gray and daughter Becky toured efforts of MaJnslde and NATTCen- 9 team.CAG10's.

Lashley, a guard at the University of Florida; ends Bob Schnelker, the course as the sole mother- ter thrown together In an effortto Atlantic Fleet Champ

Bowling Green State University end Ken MacAfee, University of daughter combination while By- field a strong squad that will Fitts, paired with Wolf of VF-

Alabama grad will be as tough as any service forward wall in the ron went the route with father see action throughout the south- 101 to put the victors in front by

country this year. Jim to capture the Peewee tro- ern area. taking 64* points from Herres

In the backfield you have only to look for, or hear the name of phy. Under the direction of CoAch and Severns in the initial matchof

Billy Hayes, North Carolina star of the 1948-49-50 teams along with In the junior-senior, ages 11 Al Mueller and assistant. Coach the afternoon. Herres won his

Charlie Justice, to realize the wealth of material that must be avail- and under, pro Jack Harvey and Bill "Tiny" Noblitt, the station share of glory however with an

able to PI head coach J. T. Hall. son Jay collected honors. team will be open to all competitors. eagle three on the third hole.
PI will be rated definite favorite and the locals will be hard
a Gilbert Triumphs Interested personnel are The second: match featured VF-

pressed for yardage, but it will be interesting to watch. Junior station champ Billy Gilbert urged to contact Coach Mueller, 102's Jansen and Bonnel vs Du-

Football Definitely In The Air 14, upset the applecart for after 1400, at extension 5S5, Main- denhoefer and Younce. CAG-10

We've met with reasonable success in our prognosticationssince a lot of prospects when he side gym. was hard pressed until the 9th

joining the Jax Air News staff in April so we'll endeavor to whittled a defeat from DickGingrich Noblitt will direct the workoutsof hole .when Dudenhoefer rammed

maintain the pace in the coming grid season with 20 selections a ; 1 up after 16 holes. The Center pugilists while Mueller home a birdie chip to gain 1 S of

week. tournament called for a 9 hole will pace the Malnside fighters. his teams four points.
Our guess of 52-34 for the Fliers' diamond season was,one shortin match play contest but the two
There Is no split in teams, merelyan Reed and McCullers teamed to
the victory column but the finale with Raiford Prison was post- stayed abreast through the first
easier way to provide adequategym hold the station rivals Banker
poned and we doon't feel shut out. So, with tongue in cheek, we'll nine, an additional 6 and finally space. and Phillips in check and add 4>4
embark on the first '52 football picks this Saturday. decided the affair with a sudden
"We'll fight teams from all over counters to the winning total.
Colorado A&M over Colorda Mines, Utah State over Montana, death hole. Billy has played only I "
this area, Mueller stated, "and Stadnick and Williams split with
Washington over Idaho, UCLA over Oregon, Stanford over Santa 5 months and his victory is com- will probably open with Raiford Lunsford and Brannen assuring
Clara, Drake over Iowa Teachers, Kentucky over Villanova, Iowa
mendable for such a short timeof
Prison in the near future. Plans victory for the Air Group.
State South Dakota State Kansas TCU ( toughie) Kansas
over over a practice.
are underway now to arrange In the number nine positron
State over Bradley, Arkansas over Oklahoma A&M, Florida over Far ahead of the field in the meetings with various Marine, for the victors, Lademia finished

Stetson, Georgia over Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech over Citadel, Texas under-12 age bracket Pat Dixon Navy and Air Force installationsin with and 81 to trim Lt. Smith of
over LSU Maryland over Missouri VMI William and Mary
over ,
beat Tommy Carter 1 up for his this region." Cecil and widen the winning
Baylor over Wake Forest, Texas A & M over Houston and Texas
trophy. I Noblitt added "We'd like to margin.
Tech over West Texas State .
have at least three deep in each
After the tourney competitors ,
In service competition we give the Parris Island eleven the nod ,
flocked to the club house to weight class and with the personnel -
You
over the Fort Eustis Wheels. Can Win $50If
watch movies of last year's tour- available at this station there

nament and to picnic on refresh I is no reason for not fielding a ,
to these _
Stefanich Finish your answer questions
Neely Coughlin "
ments. I strong team. is yes then you are eligibleto
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1-2-3 In Jax Wood PileArt win $50.00 and at the same
Navy time insure your future in the

Gazda was the only mem- i service.
I ment with 18 doubles and four 1. Are you in the regular Navy
ber of the Sax Navy diamond I home runs amid 113 hits. Neely's or Marine Corps?

contingent active last week as : 17 doubles gave him the leadership 2. Have you served at least six

the ambitious trainer-manager in that department. years on active duty?

packed the last pair of spikes and John McCaffrey fooled the opposition f 3. Do you intend to make the

from the mound a dozen service your career? '
the few remaining baseballs in
times in 18 decisions while Gor- By joining Branch 91 of the
foot lockers marked Do Not don Lassila compiled a 9-6 slate. Fleet Reserve Association today

Open Until March, 1953. Ed Poquette and John Scarola you can assure yourself of a

Meanwhile, final statistcs were were the only throwers to go un- V4rnv < ) profitable future in the Navy or: .

tabulated for the local's 51-34 defeated, both through three Marine Corps and, during the

season which revealed Tom games. current membership drive, you

Neely and Jim Coughlin atop a Completing the pitching rec will be given an opportunty to I

list of 31 "hitters", separated by ords: Gene Clifford (6-6), Artie -i r- win $50.00. To join call either of

only .003 percentage points. DiCesare (2-1)), Jim Richey (2-3), the following: RELE Omar B. -

Neely rapped a consistent .355 Phil Righter (3-6), Bill Ziegler Fisher, office phone 525, home

through 77 games while Cough(41)), Ed Peterson (3-4), John phone 88-8486; Lonnle P. Rich-

lin participated in two less and Carsello (3-1)) and a single vic burg, AKC, office phone 8237, r.

paced the extra base hit departtory by default. home phone 2-1720; or Ens. Jean

Kirsch, office phone Hospital 561
VUyrrNeely.. 2b 77 G 304 AR J&11 H f 17 Sb liB 3 $: sa 2 nr r BB 61 RBI 52 .Ar.355Coughlfn then extension 17, home phone "'

3b 75 321 58 4 I 4 3 19 rl 73 flStf'Canlch. 889330. ,
If If g :
Clifford, p 27 47 16 O 2 O 13 5 :
e 11 2M 54 M 13 3 0 14 1 0 21 34 40 :107: ..
McCaffrey, of-p 11 269 47 7:1: 8 3 1 19 1 1 3.1 36 50 .271 When Jackie Robinson was "
Schuckerv. of 7.1 2Rl: 50 68 6 1 1 7 2 2 36 39 53 .241 ".1
Ahrend of 25 9'l 20 22 2 2 0 4 0 1 17 2.1 16 ..2.19'I'llpl. w'3 a__..,".,. .-.wr........__ __ _---- _0- struck on the hind by a pitch ,: .
I 3b 3.1124 22 29 1 1 0 6 2 1 30 2'J 19 .234 ; "'J "
I-axsila. p 26 64 H IS 1 1 0 0 3 0 T 4 11 .iM CARRIED BIG GUNS-Jax Navy's one-two-three punch in the from Hal Gregg of the Giants in
32 120 17 Z7 6 0 1 4 0 2 22 1S 20 .225
Hafeman. M the first 13 he
August seta
Brock, Ib 8.1 306 59 67 10 3 0 6 4 3 59 38 36 .219 recently completed City Baseall League was this trio (left to game, ,
Soarola, p H 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 .214 right), Tom Neely (.388), Jim Couglin (.371)) and Bob Stefanich new Brooklyn record for bats-
Ziegler,, pofRlstnter. p r 94 25 27 3 20 5 3 2 0 1 g 3 4 2 0 2 15 9 23 3 36 2 :.212.200 (.385)). This trio along with pitcher-outfielder John McCaffrey men hit by a pitched ball, with
Hethcox of 2ft 104 14 20 1 1 0 1 3 3 18 16 13 .1n! (.339) occupied the top four spots in the final batting averages. 12. Pete Reiser established
Rtrhey, : 23 11 11 g g g 0 g (112 11.574lllyon. : Neely also paced the locals during the season with a .355 clip, they .
r : 74 4 2 26 14 5 .148I'oquetle second with .352. club record of 11 In 1941. "
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Gridmen Wage Infra-Squad Battles :




I ... For Starting Berths Against PI a



Starting assignments for There is an acute shortage of defensively Paul Wallrof and

, the Sept. 27 opener with Par- material at the guard slot where Terrel Beckham, TAD from Cecil

ris Island are still on the mar- only Ron Lawhead, Joseph Fron. Field, are the; foremost choices.
Centers Plentiful
. ket block and an over-65 deep ko and Leo Kelly appear readyfor .
: '' Frank Mickle is receiving con-
aggregation of athletes is vy- full time duty. "We'll need siderable competition for the

ing daily on the Mason Field help here," Barksdale avered. starting assignment in the middle
k
r- ; ,e a e c practice turf to wear the blue Returnee George Shotwell of the line from Everett Crews

of Jax Navy. heads the list of end candidatesand and Paul Webb. Webb returns

t --:,"--- "'-------r-T -_" _-"_ V',", ,-_., Shortage Of Guards will be aided by James Ar- from last year's Jax Navy eleven,
'. Head Coach Dave Barksdale nold, a defensive stalwart, and but the action has been lively
: OFF THE -Working hard at trying; to master the rand
!r;" Split-T, after shifting from last year's single wing, Jax Navy along with line coach Aaron K. W. Weaver, 220-pound Marine intense for the opening berth -..
; Fliers are rounding into shape for next weeks opener at Par Brown, has the tedious task of who recently reported. and there is no serious problemat
II rls Island. Quarterback candidate Maurice Goggin executes a weeding out the lean before the Offensively at the tackle slot center.In .
fake pitchout as the fullback knifes through the line. The Fliers
4
, draw the unfortunate honor of opening against one of the na PI trip and the job looms larger Louis Geib and Wilton Barco appear the backfield a trio .of field
.q tion's outstanding service elevens in the Islander Marines. each day. i the most promising while I IFliers' generals are battling for the

opening call. The list includes
13 Teams !I :tc" \ : Jack Bishop Iggy Soisson and ,...
Grid
1952
4 i.; :JAX am news :: Harry Stuhldreher, Jr. Soisson,

Await IM Slate Complete; understudy to Bob Williams at
. Notre Dame, has been assisting
4 Home FraysJax Barksdale with the backfield as-

1 Links Play 'portsFasron Navy's 1952 grid ,slate uirants and it is doubtful thathe'll

1b is now completed with the don a uniform against PI.
b Qualifying and practice rounds
filling of two open dates, Oct. Quarterbacks Shine
for teams entered in the Fall intramural -
links competition got 18 and Nov.. 1. At the same Stuhldreher, son of the famed
time it was announced that member of Notre Dame's Four
underway last Tuesday with
the Donaldson AFB game Horsemen, has a lot of moxie

competition present plans will commence indicating Mon that 109 Cops IM Grid would be staged in Greenville, and can operate from any of the
,
. S. C., instead of NAS Jax. present day formations. "He's gota

day.Seven 508th Regimental Combat good throwing arm," Barks-
. teams have been entered Team of Fort Benning was dale added, "and I think he'll
in the American Leagueand Inaugural From VP-741 contacted to fill a home date, help us from the split-T opera-
six in the National. NATTC
Oct. 18, while the Marine tion we'll use."
Training and Naval Hospital, Corps Air Station, Miami, will Charles Tucker
intramural Bob DiPas-
Fall sports at Main- ,
champions in their respective day while Fasron Six and NAR- host the Fliers, Nov. 1 With quale and
Mastice
side were off and running Mon. Joseph ore the
leagues last spring, are not pitted TU squared off Wednesday along the addition of these two
leading In
action in figures the battle
fora
day as began volleyball,
American
against each other in the ..
with and En the locals have
Hospital Supply on games now fullback
while
touch football and bowling, all position at half-
League. point-getters for the second leg terprise. This afternoon O&G four home engagements and back Sammy Sizemore, Lawrence
The American League is composed with Fasron 51 and Friday
tangles five on the road. White Crum
of the coveted Iron Man Trophy. I Jimmy Darrell
of teams from; ComNab- Fasron 109 nudged VP-741, 19- the Marines oppose VP-741. The Fliers open next Satur- Spang and Junior Cassell are

Six-Communications Administration : 18, in the touch football openeron Bowlers Open Play day at Parris Island. waging, a gruelling struggle.
. ; Medical Dental Public i the strength of Archie Jack On the maples Fasron 109 Sept 27, Parris Island .
Works; NATTC Administration; son's conversion. The Fasroniteshad blanked Fasron Six Number Away. '

Operations-Special Services; and built a 12-6 bulge at the intermission Two, 4-0, with a 2259 series. The Oct. 4, NAS PaxtuentHome.Oct. Bryant PacesSailors'

O&R. but the Patrolmencame losers totaled 2054. It.was a similar 11, Eglin AFBHome.Oct. .
National League teams are; back strong in the second 4-0 shutout for Fasron Six 18, t 508th RCT, Ft. Ben Win

ComFairJax; YAW 11 Fasron- half, only to miss by a point. Number One over VJ-62, the pin nlng-Home.
109-VP. 861 VP-741; NARTU; !Moore Scores Clincher fall reading 2318 to 2002. Oct. 25, Donaldson AFB- In Tank MeetAnnexing
Fasron-6 and NATTC Marines.
; Away.
Bob McElhaney and Eugene This evening on the Mainside
Nov. 1, Miami MCASAway.Nov. first place in all but
Wehage carried first half touch alleys FAW-11 will match arms
8, S. Georgia College- one of seven events the Student
downs across for the winners and with the Pill Rollers Fasron Six
PORTSQuiz James Moore crossed pay dirt in Number Two and VP-741 are Waycross.Nov. Sailors at NATTCenter thumpedthe

the second. For the losers it was slated to meet and on the third 15, NAS Norfolk-Home. Marine pupils, 42.15, in an
/ Nov. 22, NAS Pensacola ANP( ) intra-school match at the
Mayton Wall and Johnson. line VJ-2 and Fasron :51 will see
Indoor Pool
last
Away week.
VP-861 and VJ-62 did battleon action.
!
I Don Bryant, Navy plunger led
the Yorktown gridiron Tues- action takes ,
(By Armed Forces Press Service) Volleyball placeon the field in the 100-yard freestyleand
I the home team's court and
QUESTIONS 1 Skeetmen Cop the 50-yard breaststroke and
1. Gil Dodds is credited with ) : scores for a full week of play
( rSHO IS was a member of the champion
the world Indoor mile record in : are not registered until Friday. 5-Man ShootAt 150-yard medley relay team.
t
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track, but the distance has been I :- :., I Each entry should make a point Richard Cote and Richarl Perillo
.... of seeing that results sent to ClubJax
r" covered in less time, although the ;1( 1' ( ;. are Jax completed the relay squad.
'!I .
Who was ::0. (, r ":J.V4L the Special Services office, Build-
mark is not recognized. I Navy's No. 1 skeet team Bryant Shines
ing 930 at the earliest
possible
,
the runner and why wasn't his won the five man team championship Cote added a first place In the
time officially recognized? time. 100-yard backstroke while Peril-
last Sunday at the Jax Gun
, 2-For which professional team Ben Freeman, alias McDonald Club with a sizzling 493x500. lo was the only Sailor to placein
; did Don Hutson set so many National McPherson McTavish, is consid- Weather Outlook Bill Arthur was the individual diving. Marines Arthur Silva

w, Football League records? ered the greatest thing since Friday Saturday Scattered champ with 100 x 100. and Eugene Baker finished first
3.-Define the following base :' chlorophyll by Leo Durocher and showers with light variable Following a shoot off with two third, respectively from the tow-
:i ball terms: the New York Giants. He is the winds. other Jax Navy shooters Earl er.
" (a) meal ticket, (b) cripple, swami who sent Leo a note correctly Sunday-Fair and warmer Severns copped Class A honors Relay Team Wins
wooden Indians, (d) week aheadof Navy's
,', (c) predicting-a with southeasterly winds. with 98 x 100. 200-yard freestyle relay
leather player. time-the outcome of every t team composed of Robert
4.-From what fighters did the game except the first in the Keating, Stan Blazowski, Don
following heavyweight boxing i Giant stretch run to the pennantthe Schultz and Perillo, finished
,/ champs win their titles: I last week of the 1952 season. ahead of the Marine tankmen. In
" (a) Jack Dempsey, (b) Jack His last prediction read as follows C h the opening 50-yard freestyle

Sharkey, (c) Max Baer, (d) : event 'Blazowski was first and
Joe Louis? "Bobby Thompson will hit a teammate Schultz third.
5.-The most traded player In home run against the Dodgers in Final results show:

the major leagues in the past the final game to win the pen- 50-yard freestyle: Blazowski,
decade has been Louis "Bobo" nant." N; Thomas, M.;' Schultz, N.; 50-
:1" "; Newsom. Name five of the clubs yard breaststroke: Bryant, N.;

he pitched for. In 1932, at the Los Angeles Norton, M.; McKenzie, M. 100-
ANSWERS Olympic Games, the finish of the yard backstroke: Cote, N.; Cole-

I-G 11 Cunningham clipped 100 meters was so close that the man, N.; West, M. 100-yard free-
Dodd's mark.by two seconds in a judges decided they had to refer style: Bryant, N.; Vickers, N.;
paced race and was not recognized to the photo finish camera. Quering, M. 150-yard medley relay

because he had no compe What they saw was an absolute : Navy (Cote, Perillo, Bryant). ..
.te tition. dead heat between Eddie Tolan 200-yard freestyle relay: Navy

. 2Green Bay Packers. and Ralph Metcalfe. (Keating, Blazowski, Schultz,
', 3-a) Reliable, all-around The Olympic rule said some- Perillo). Diving: Silva, M; Per-
; player, (b) the 3-1 pitch, (c) thing about the winner gettinghis illo N; Baker-- M.
: umpires, (d) batter who waits whole body through the line .
,i N' out the pitchers. first. In horse racing, if they fol- George (the Crying Greek from

;t I 4-(a) Jess Willard, (b) Maxi lowed the same principle, dead ---- -- Cripple Creek) Zaharias claimshe
: Schmeling, (c) Primo Camera, heats would be settled by the SAILORS TAKE TANK MEET-Lt. James Owen (center), was the first wrestler on
\' (d) Jim Braddock. beasts tail. AND School division officer, accepts the Navy.Marine intra- video. He entertained at the
Senators, have since changed the mural swimming trophy at NATTCenter from co-captains Richard Ridgewood Grove area in 1934,
5-Dodgers, Tigers, They Pcrillo, AN (left) and Don Bryant, AN. The ANP( ) white hats
Yankees, Athletics Red Sox, rule to read 'the first breast won permanent possession of the trophy by taking three straight being painted yellow so he would
Dodgers. bone." swimming meets in a row from the !Marines. show up better.
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-mmmm I ,"' ";iCi::" 'Equitable Nine Priority Allotment Groups of Vacant Set BeaSl| .' f I i 4."..

<
s (Items offering for sale articles' n" : l' "-" "t' ''' !
VA
: For All
of property such as washing ma. : Eligible ,

hines, automobiles, furniture, rt -
Washington (AFPS)-Eligible '
dios, clothing and the like are pr< retired from the U S. Armed .
veterans will now be ad-
+'
hibited by Defense Department Forces for physical disabili
mitted to Veterans Administrative ;
regulations. This column will, basis ties, having no compensableServiceconnected
the
hospitals
on ..
however, list such services as disabilities,
of nine new priority groups,
available housing, rides wanted who require hospitalizationfor
the VA announces.
and lost and found articles or non-Service-connected dis.
The groupings are designedto *
other similar notices.) abilities.
i establish an equitable rule ,
;,, ,
1 FOR RENT '
.E governing the use of vacant
i Dble rm., meals, $15 wk, 2825 beds for all persons eligible Group 8 Non-veterans .
St. Mrs. Elkins. whose hospitalization has been :I
Post for admission or transfer to a

Share 6-rm. house, 5123 San Juan, particular VA hospital. Ex- requested by authorized of/i ;:jo,'
U. S. Armed''
dials, excepting t"
Ph. 2-4800, Mrs. Tenny. eluding emergency admissions, "
whose ? -
Forces personnel host 3
s Furn. 2rm. apt., 2789 St. John; I I all eligible persons will be admitted pitalization is directed by VA .:

( Riverside. Mrs. Pierson in the following orderof Central Office, Washington. ,

2-rm. cottage, waterfront and ..,., ... priority: D. C. ;
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Southslde. Ph. 9.2523. Mrs.: -- Group 9-All eligible veterans -
EXPLORER POST 131 ESTABLISHED-Capt. Burnham C. Group 1-War veterans and hospitalizedin
Humphries. currently
MeCafree, NAS commanding officer, is shown with members of who served since June
those
Unfuin. 2-bedrm house, 3132 Ros Explorer Post 131, Boy Scouts of America, after presenting them another VA hospital who .
selle St. Ph. 84355. G W. with individual membership cards at the charter ceremony last 27, 1950 who require hospitalization have requested transfer for

Paulsen. Friday: Front row, are deft( to right), James Lyons. Wayne Large, for Service-connected personal reasons, but whose .. .
Robert Tosrh and Ernest Anderson. Back row, Jack Mesereau, I disabilities. ..1'
67415. :Mr. Nixon. is not for
Rms. Ph transfer necessary
Howard Anderson, Jerry Carter, Captain McCaffree, Hinton Carter
3-rm.. apt., Murray Hill. Ph. 8. and Bruce Blacktrby. I Group 2Peacetime veterans medical reasons, and certain 1:",

1760 Miss Ballentine. '1 requiring hospitalization eligible veterans whom the (

'.rm. apt., 1862 Riviera ParkwajPh. First Senior Scout Group for Service-connected or line VA has hospitalized in non-

8-2746. 'Mrs. Rathson. of duty discharge disabilities. VA hospitals and who have '

Riverside apt. Ph. 2-73D6. Mr! Scout Explorer Post 131 Group 3-Veterans whose requested transfer to VA hos :

Turch. hospitalization has been requested pitals for personal reasons, ,

Furn. rm, 1710 Challen Ave, by authorized officialsfor but whose transfer is not necessary a ,

Avondale Ph 27625. Mrs Hen: Presented Charter HereExplorer observation and examination for medical reasons. ,


drix. Post 131, Boy Scouts purposes.. ..
vidual membership cards: at the /"
week also dbl
3 day or ,
rms., ,
received its first r
of America
rm 2601 Park St Ph. 8-277C. I' ceremony by Capt. Burnham C: Group 4 Wartime, post. 1
charter at an impressive ceremony McCaffree N A S commandingofficer. veterans
Mrs S, R. Houston. Korea, and peacetime "
last in its f
Friday
evening
2.bdrm. garage apt., furn. $60 l ( with Service-connected 7'"
mo 7913 W. Beaver. Ph 8. chapter room in Building 802. I During the past 11 months, the disabilities or with line of ,

1495 Mrs. Hall I Paul DuPree, district commissioner group has participated in many duty discharges who are currently MAiNSIDEThursday
presented the charter to recreational and service activities VA in h+i
Furn, two 3rm. apts, 4502 Irvington I hospitalized by September 18 ,
Comdr William F. Lyons, chair and has more plannedfor but have
Ph. 8.6768. Mrs. Car: many non-VA hospitals, "Too Young To

ney. II man of the Explorer Advisory; the ensuing year, I' requested transfer to a VA Kiss", .......... .."....June Allyson 'y t
Committee, on behalf of the na
6-rm house, 6416 103rd St. Ph hospital. Friday, September 19 -

2-8706 Mrs Ogilbie. I tional organization Group 5- Wartime, post- 'Captain Blood" ........Errol.Flynlt ,(,: ;
.
I II .
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Furn. duplex apt., $150 mo Rner I Korea, and peacetime veterans Saturday, September 20 ,rt:

side, 1523 Azalea Terrace. 'Ph. I'I The Explorer Post first Sen who are currently hospitalized "Panic In the \ ;

2-7438 or 5.7011. Mrs. Evelyn ior Scout group to be establishedhere by VA for treatmentof Street" .........Richard Wldmark '
I at NAS, was organized last : non-Service-connected disabilities 21 :-j
Evans I Sunday, September
( Armed forces Press Service)
By
Sleeping rms., 2629 Heischel Ph October by Glenn M. Nolte whois I but whose transfer The Raiders" .......Richard ConteMonday J
presently serving as Post Advisor 1. Who provides the voice from hospital to another
82827. Mr. Haldeman. II i one September" S3 ,14-\? .,
for the group. characterizations in "Bugs Bun.ny" has been requested by author
1 rm., couple. 1608 Edgewood I I "Tom Biown's ; ',\
Ph. 27451. D. A. Smith. i Ii i cartoons ized officals for medical rea- School Days" ..........John Davies ,,.:d '
Consisting of 11 members, the I 2. Jack Norton usually '
Furn. apt. Ph. 8-2861. Mrs MeaksFurn I portrays sons. Tne .V Wed., kept." 23-34 ; 1
Post is to all boys who are a certain type of character I I
open
3-rm. apt. 7362 103rd St, I "Another Man's
Wesconnett Section. Ph. 2-2891 past the age of 14 regardless of What is it? Group Wartime, post- Poison! ........................Bette DavUNATTCenter .t"<\'
in the 3. What is director Alfred veterans
or 27832. Mrs. Pauline Berrien previous membership Korea, and peacetime 'J"i
scouting movement. Regular Hitchcock's trademark in a with compensate Service.
4 ,
1 rm., 1308 Murray Drive. Ph Thursday, September 18"O'Henry'i
meetings are held every Tuesday movie, aside from his name appearing connected disabilities or discharged .
2-8191. Mrs. Gormack FullHouse"

2bedrm. house, furn., $70 mo I at 1900 at the teen-age club. in the credits? for line of duty disabilities I ....................Jeanne CraU :."
802. 4. Which studio produces the'Tom hospitaliza. "
I Building I II requiring ," :
Wesconnett 19
6028 Hyram St, ( Friday, September :
I Each of the charter members and Jerry" cartoons? tion for non-Service-connect. I !
653. Foreman. "Panic the
Ph. Ext. Sgt. In
of the post, were presented indi- 5. Who provided the voice for cd disabilities.
Furn. rms. 2135 Riverside Ave, Street" ...........Richard WidmarkSaturday "
Francis, the talking mule? I Group 7-Wartime, post, KR
Ph 88-8414 Mrs. Usry. September" 20 % rr

1 rm. Riverside Section. Ph. 8- (Answers Col. 5) Korea, and. certain veterans "Captain Blood" ..........Errol Flyr '

3981 Mrs Wesley Coleman rpScouting .,. ..,. e I Sunday, September" 21 ,

FOR SALE f+ The Pace That i.

36ft. Spartan house trailer. Will F-J Thrills" ... .............,.Bill William '

sell equity or trade for house or ; I Mon & lues.' Sept. 22- 3 ";

late model car. Ph 8230:; E. F "The Raiders" .......Richard Cont

Bollenberg. I Wednesday, September 24 ,

2 lots, 65 x 240, 103id St. Ph. 88- I ; Tom( Brown's L

9048 Mrs. Dorothy Sorrells. I the divisions Monday y y1i School Days" ..........John Davies '
morning, find that James H 1
S& -rm. bungalow, 2551 Wilcox we NAVAL HOSPITAL 'f ,'

Court, $7,500. T. M. Payne Gwynes, Paint Shop returned recently Thursday, September 18 r

28ft. house trailer. Lot 41 Azalea after a vacation to New I I ""Devil Makes Three".Gene Kelly: ..T
Orleans, Pensacola, Alabama and 19
I Friday, September
Trailer Park. R. C. Deming.
Meridian, Miss. Eugene Griffin,, Bal Tabarin" ...Muriel Lawrene

MISCELLNEOrS Master Mechanic, vacationed at Sat. & Sun., Sept. 2021"O'Henry's sSd

Found: Black Cocker Spaniel Lake Santa Fe (no catchum FullHouse" ,. .

Mrs Sanchez, 3261 Sunn'brookCircle lake) recently. Leslie Huggins,, I ? r3.Qo ..................,.Jeanne Grain .., n1;j, ,".
N, Woodstock Park .: ', ,
Trouble l Desk, also returned Monday, Septentlter 2! )
Baby sitter. References. Ph. 35331 I '
from vacation. "
"The Pace That "

Mrs. Cole. Congratulations to Edith Wewer ui YL4t1i Thrills" ....................Bill William\ ) '
Baby sitter. References. Day or Clerk-Steno, Design Section, who I : .

night. 2120 Herschel St. Ph. 2- recently completed 30 years of |.I
di ,FOR THE RECORD ;
9502.:> Miss Joyner. service with Uncle Sam. tNTb) : ANSWERS ,#" 5v: +

Wave, DN., wants transfer from From the Contract Section, mil... .... '
'--- '""y'''' a' &s" a4 -'- N'-- -' '''- --- 1. Mel Blanc.
USNTC Great Lakes, Ill., to we're sorry to learn that Fran r .t
NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. Write Knoizen will be leaving us Fri! 400-METER CHAMPS-Junior National 400-meter freestyle 2. A drunk.
I relay champions by virtue of their decisive triumph In the FlorIda 3. He appears in- at' least:.one .
DN Wave .Itscene
Daralene J. Warren Fran's hubby is returning ,
lay I State AAU Men and Women's Swimming: and Diving Championships in the movie. ;-
Bks 704, USNTC, Great Lakes,, from sea and Fran will return to I r held at Fort Lauderdale: is this Jax: Navy foursome. 4. MGM. 1 I ,

Ill.Ride. her duties at home. Mimi Fowler, I Left to right, are Robert Mcintyre, John Moulin, Tom Viceryand 5. Chill Wills. '

wanted: From Roosevelt & Clerk, is vacationing in New II Loring Holmes. ----- :'.

Edgewood, 0730:: to 1600. Ph York this week, visiting her :

Ride Ext.wanted 235. F.: L.From Calendar.Martingale there.mother and brother who reside II0nly Nine More Days For Old Dependents Pass 1JjI: (.


Rd, 0730 to 1610. Ph. 8535 Pat Sorry to report that Hope ,: ',":
their old I ed that the new will not ; '
pass
working month to exchange
nine
McNutt. Mills-Price was taken ill Mon Only more '
From L. Kelso CDCN, I.days remain in which to exchange passes for the new combinedpass cover dependents medical facilities 'trl. "
Riders wanted: 0730 to 1600. day. Darrell ,: : ,
will to the end that they must retain ""
that cover access
McDuff and Roosevelt Ph. Ext. V-l Division, is on 5 days leave. your old type Depen- ,i rt
have relatives dents Gate Pass for the new station, use of recreational facilities their old dependents medical I .
8137] or 8-2185 C. C. Wayne. He and wife, Betty, <<
Beach in Jacksonvile. Betty general pass. use of Navy Exchange facilities ,
2 desire ride to Daytona visiting pass.All activities will ....
other
and admission to the cease:
Sept. 20, Sat morning. Will Herrington was ill Monday. All dependents are requestedto ,
'
-
'
Store, to honor the old type pass on .,
Ph. 8-1933 Miss Welcome Mildred Bruno into the report ta the Pass and I. D. Commmissary "
pay Balcer.t for. gas. Time Section. office before the end of this Dependents are again remind the last day of this month. a". I

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