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

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Headquarters ot the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth: Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 i


9 '.VF-11; Gains Many Worthwhile Prizes


: Coveted V Morals Essay Contest

For 2nd YearFirst 4e Ct Now Underway Here tAn

jet squadron in the Essay Contest to further the service-wide program, :

'. Atlantic Fleet to be awardedthe Protection of Moral Standards, is now open to all Navy and

'., Air Force Atlantic Fleet Marine Corps military personnel on active duty in com '

", Battle Efficiency "E" for two 4. mands at NAS Jacksonville.

consecutive years is VF-11. ,
a ce5 $b Essays must, be on the general sented to the winners. First and '
Formerly based here at N.AS,
theme of "Moral: Values" and<< thus second place winners will receive 4
the "Red Rippers" recently
be submitted in sealed envelopes wrist watches; third and fourth
1 achieved the coveted "E" for hav-
: through division officers or unit place winners will be awarded
ing sustained the highest perform-
: rating of any squadron of I commanders to the Essay Contest cameras; fifth and sixth place, a

, Kunce fiscal 1952. Committee, Chaplain's Office, pen and pencil set; seventh and

: r t, during year __- _'nm.- .____.... J I Building 750, NAS, before Nov. 1. eighth place, a cigarette lighter;

High Award i Judges To Be Appointed and ninth and tenth place, a key ,.
; Awarded annually to the top NATTCENTER GETS NEW
i' Judges will be appointed from
.' 1\" squadron of its class for the pre- COMMANDING OFFICER chain.All
Four Donors Join
the commands concerned
by To ParticipateThese
';' ceding year, the coveted "E" is Capt. Edwin R. Peck (left) newcommanding' Urged 1
Commanding Officer, Naval Air items will be approprU :
r Intense competition Local officer of Naval
won through Honorary
":." :"' against other squadrons in the Air Technical Training Center. Station, and the decision of the ately engraved or will be presented ......
: : judges will be made public by with engraved medal. For '
t an
:=,,r .n. Atlantic Fleet. Half-Gallon Club looks on as Rear Adm. LesterK.
.. ; Rice reads his farewell ad- Nov 22.Essays. the next twenty best essays,
y,' Last year's achievement was Following are the recognized dress during change-of-com-: will be judged on originality which will receive honorable mention -
1 particularly considering qualified members of the NAS mand ceremonies held last Sat- content and method of there will be an award of an
f., that the squadron was equipped presentation. Writers are encouraged medal.
( Jax Half-Gallon Club. These urday morning. Rear Admiral engraved
with jets only & short time before people have donated at least Rice leaves for his new post in to be natural in expressingtheir Officer personnel as well as enlisted
.1'1 the beginning of the fiscal year.
Washington after 18 months as thoughts. personnel are urged to par
four pints of blood to the Arm-
To West
CO at the Center. Outstanding prizes will be pre- ticipate. Officer contestants will
..: : Comdr. Ralph L. Werner, for- ed Forces Blood Donor Center --
. in the but will
not share prizes
,,;s .',,,:r;" mer commanding officer of the here. Relieves Rear Adm. Rice be awarded medals only for first

.,.;,' .,;- ... squadron, accepted the first award William S. Heffernan MRC second and third places.
; last year when Rear Adm. Os- -Sub Group 3, Green Cove
'.' Peck Takes Over The Essay Contest Committee
v borne B. Hardison, Commander Springs.Lt. Captain
reserves the right to publish any
:!: ; Fleet Air Jacksonville, presented Howell R. Fellows-Ov-
submitted essay. In addition t<>
,: I" 55 an engraved plaque commemorate erhaul and Repair.
the winning ones, other essays
C.' ::1 ing the,achievement. William A. Gesell, FN-Sub Command Of NATTCenterIn will be printed in the Jax Air

h L! Detached to the West Coast, Group 2, Green Cove Springs. News. '
,. !i: awaiting further assignment, personnel LeRoy Jones, AM2-Fasron
last The must be between 300
Ii't a' change-of-command Saturday morning
; ceremony essays
:: of VF-11, now under the 9, Cecil Field.
;t. Capt. Edwin R. Peck officially relieved Rear Adm. Les- and 800 words in length, and
.\ command of Cmdr. Denny P. Phillips
m. ter K. Rice as Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Tech written on one side of 8 x 10'i!
!S1 \\,0"' have just completed a cruise
nical Training Center. They may be typed or
] ''f J "around the Horn" aboard the Fliers Launch Grid

':iJ :: ', carrier USS Oriskany, first flattop Capt. Peck, a native of Buch- I Fleet Air Wing 17, and as Naval written with ink, but must b*

"4:' ; ever to make the trip. Campaign SaturdayJax anan, Mich., comes to his Jack Liaison Officer with the Fifth legible. The essay must bear the
1[ name of the writer, his rate and
:,,: i', : Suitable entries will be made in sonville assignment from Memphis Air Force. Later assignment Included duty'station..

.; tA;; :. the personnel records of the officers Navy's Fliers launch their Tenn., where he was Com- commands of aircraft carriers Plenty of Material

.tr.; ; u{: and men of VF-11 whose 1952 football campaign Saturdayon manding Officer of the Naval USS Mindoro and USS Material for the essays have

';' 1:. '/ contributions materially aided in foreign soil, traveling to Par- Air Technical Training Center. Leyte. been suggested in the lectures ort

,;:.. ; : the winning of this award. ris Island to do battle with the Graduate of '23 Served In Florida morals delivered on the station recently

!;' .>' :N star-studded Marines. I A 1923 graduate of the Naval His second Florida assignment, and by editorials which i

" The Fliers play their first Academy, Capt. Peck has been a Captain Peck once commandedthe have appeared, and are appearing .
*t Coast Guard Joins 1 naval aviator for over 26 years. I Naval Air Station, Vera in the Jax Air News. Other
home fray Oct. 4, entertaining
: During World War II he servedon Beach. source information can be obtained -
' the NAS Patuxent Bombers. Details I' the staff of Commander Air-I Rear Admiral Rice came to in books at the Station Library -
r. Patrol
Squadrons i can be found on Page 7. craft, Southwest Pacific; with Jacksonville from duty as Com- and discussions with shil). ,

manding Officer of the USS Valley mates on the subject. Participants

In Anti-Sub Drill Forge in Korean waters. He I may consult their Division
t \ Jacksonville for dutiesin
"I': i# ,11' departed (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3))
,,' ,' D. C. .
;.. \ I/ ,. The unusual is becoming com "" .. Washington,
:... monplace to the servicing crews l k

!' .' of Fasron 109 who have in the aYKeas Weather OutlookFriday

(u past serviced everything from n $ ::6a

Canadian bombers to a diplomaticI. Increasing cloudiness
with occasional showers and
transport. They are now
emission r thundershowers. Moderate northeast
: an engine on a. CoastGuard
O winds.

PBM. Saturday Continued cloudy
The Coast Guard Is
I. plane oper- and showers with I northerly
ating in conjunction with Patrol
winds, mild temperatures.
Squadrons 861 and 741 from Jack- Sunday-Partly cloudy, warm. 1,1c

sonville, VF-34 up from Trinidad,
er with light west to southwest
VP-45 of Coco Solo VP-742 from r r a winds.
) : NARTU Jax and the submarine
.,: f, I a
-if Balboa in 'air-sub exercises.

.;.1Jf" ;.. The "pig boat" simulates an attacking A GLANCE INSIDE O

.t ;' foreign submarine operating Blood Box Score.. ....... Page 3

...., l.o.: ', off the Florida coast which Football Special Page 7
. ;,1 f ::: the patrol squadrons "seek out, Moral Duty _._. .-.........Page 2
" : : and Recreation Calendar _.Page 8 NEW NATTC CO-Formerly
? < engage Scouting Squadrons-..._..Page 5 commanding officer of the Naval
:IIC In a recent maneuver the Coast Air Technical Training .
Sports .._.__..,?-.Pages 6-7 Center at Memphis, Capt. Ed-
:. Guard plane suffered malfunction DRILL WITII PATROL SQUADRONS-Pilots and new members -
: ___ 4
Test Pilot __ Page win R. Peck assumed command
Fasron 109 to have
PBM off at
and delivered of this Coast Guard: stop
,''I''; .' In one its engines was their plane serviced during anti-sub exercises, while operating Verification .._......._Page 8 ot the Jar NATTCenter In ceremonies

;t.-:" i to the Fasron for overhaul. with units of Fleet Air Wing 11. Left,to right are LtJg( ) Roger Washington Report _._.,Page 2 last Saturday. He relieves '.
:' ; U should be In an operating status Duncan, Lt. Richard Huxtable, and Ltj( ) John Mcintyre from Rear Adm. Lester K. '"
, +>this week. the Coast Guard Station at St. Petersburg. a a ltles: 0,

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 25 September 1952

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Report From Washington
Morals Essay

J11X I 4lfs (Continued from Page 1) Board

n BmR.... J Officer for guidance or assistanceIn Rating Structure

preparing the essays.

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Suggested subjects include:
Station Jacksonville, Fla.
NAS. Jacksonville What are Moral Value? Moral May Propose Changes

Capt. Burnham C. M Comdr. James H. Armstrong.-... .Executive Officer Should Be Honest (Ih Armed Fwctt Press Sr.lct)
the Team I -
Lt Dave Barksdale _._._.._____ Public' Information Officer ; Why Rating
Fleet Air JacksonvilleCapt. Truthful; Today Is Important The report of Navy 1 1 l Lion it will send you a Certificate

Edwin R. Peck .. .... .. ...... .. ...*............._.......... Commander Am I Moving Toward Success I Structure Board Is now complete for Education, and Training,'
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins Chief of Staff and awaiting the approval which you present at your school
Or Failure T Being One of the
Fleet Air Eleven enroll"
Wing when
Capt Arthur S. Born _..... _... Commander Boys; Do I Earn My Pay, First of BuPers. The report, a re- you e .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer sult of many meetings, may con
Liberty After Boot Camp, Don'tBe The Department of Defense
Naval Air Technical Training Center tain many proposed changes in &
Capt. Lester K. Rice ._. ,h Commanding Officer A Sucker; Some Day I'lI11a\'e the present structure. It would has requested the S e lee t I v COW'

Comdr Richard S. Stuart ._..Executive Officer to Pay; A Man's Honor and On have to be approved by the Secretary Service System to induct 341

Naval Hospital the Level. of the Navy before the I physician and 200 dentists dur-
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton.__ .Commanding Officer into effect. ing November, 1952. Of these,
changes could
__Executive Officer Details Available go
Capt. T. F. Weinert
166 physicians and 110 dentistswill
NARTU Hand bills with complete detailsof be assigned to the Army
Capt. Easton B Noble..... .Commanding Officer One of the most common requests -
Comdr. Anthony Tru so.. ..Executive OfficerThe the contest will be distributed! received by the Veterans and 175 physicians and 90 dentists

on the station in the near future. Administration from ex-service- to the Air Force, A slmUarI'f'qUe.llt
JAX AIR NEWS ll published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. for October called for
Jacksonsitie. Hot-Ida I and printed commercially with l ni.n- pproprl a td functet Eligible to enter are all Navy men and women is informationon
iw exnen" to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev 371 physicians and 200 dentists
Nov. 1945, Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the and Marine Corps Military personnel applying for training underthe .
Naval Air Receive Training Unit, Naval Air Station Cecil Held, and the U. S. : K-Vet Bill. The VA has issued -
Naval Hospital. of the Marine Barracks, the The Army has estimated that
the following answer: "Vet-
Editor-Andrew II Planey Naval Air Station, Naval Hospital it has saved at least 860,000 as
Staff Members: Ed Nellist J03; Mary Bixiones JOSN, Dave : erans can obtain an applicationform
Devroy SN, John Charvat AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen NATTCcnter, NARTU. and at any VA office. the result of suggestions submit
ted by military and civilian personnel -
Harper.The all Fleet Activities attached to Fill out the first five sections -
JAX AIR NEWS I I. a member of the Armed Force Pies Service the station during fiscal year 1952, For
AFPS material aprating In this publication may not be rrcl'1nted withoutthe completely sure to include
Service Rep of other< the suggested improvements the
written pel mission of Aimed Force
r.rt''o without peimUMon of The Essay Contest Committeeis your program of trainingand ---
bi ted
matter, except bv service publications Army paid out $194.611 in cash
Editor, TAX AIR NEWS, headed by Capt. Charles A send the application, along
Editorial offices located Building" 930 (topside). Phone extension Dittmar, and include representatives with a photostatIc copy of jour to civilians under its Efficiency
8184 and 216 Awards Program Cash pa'm n\a.
from several VA office .
commands on discharge to jour regional
to .military personnel are not a...
I the station. If VA approves the applicai -
A Strong Nation Has Strong Men thoriced Instead, their rewards
usually take the form of additional
Your Moral Duty To Obey, Protect Yd leave time achievement: certificates -

or special privileges.

Of AmericaThis .
Rights And Privileges

'+ l Navy hotpit ships operating
in KOI van waters cat e for an average -
( U the eleventh of a series of articles In connection
with the trtire-wide program. Protection of Moral Standard). of 50 admissions a day according -
to statist'cs! released by

Lcdr. Charles L. Carrettson the Navy Bureau of Medicine

obligation. and Surgery. Since the beginningof
Every right and privilege implies an
the Korean conflict these ships
This is an unalterable fact of life. Everyone of us,
have cared for more than 33.<<10
man or woman, in uniform or out of uniform, must rea- UN tioops. The three Navy h<,i-'

lize the importance of the obligations which automatically 4. I pital ships in the' Korean theaterare

befall us as the result of the privilege of being a citi- : the USS Consolation, the

zen of these United States. USS Repose, and the USS Haven.

do millions of aliens desire the privilege .
Why so many ._ --._v v ._- _,_. ,,_._.__.___._nn_. --.-- : ,- : ; '
of coming to America to make their homes and I \ ; '>
AMATEUR RADIO BUGS-Chief Robert Schappacher and Fred f'" i" ._.. ., ti
start anew their lives? Can it be merely that the grasson Weinberg (above) calibrate a variable frequency osrllator in the ..

the other side of the ocean is greener or can it be radio shack of amateur station W4NEK located in Building 954. i :
Members of the local club avid ,
are hams willing to pass their t2
that The privileges of American citizenship are greater knowledge to interested hands. At right is an outside view of ;

than the privileges now afforded within their native the radio shack, with antenna. : .
lands? Wireless.Wonders Offered ..:..,,<4'' ";, .... ,
: .

?:"h' r .
1 Let us hope that the "milk and honey land" myth .; !" .< Station Radio Have :
has been dispelled and those who are now citizens and Bugs <;. >> '.

those who are to become citizens will fully realize thereis

involved a strong responsibility for the right and
Own Ham Radio ClubHam
privilege of being known as an American.We .

who never have lived on foreign soil too often
radio bugs are offered an
take for granted American of life. Forgottenare
our way exceptionally fine opportunity to Available for all hands is a

those generations that have hacked their way gain experience and have fun at technical library, a lounge for

through the forest and built the sturdy timbers that the same time at the Naval Air study and a workshop equipPedwith

have made our nation the most prominent in the world Radio Club aboard the station
gadgets and tools for
today. We tend to take for granted what has been It's all free of charge. learning many the trade.
Here interested men may attend -
with much
earned difficulty.
so club meetings, gain valuable Goal for most enthusiasts is to

1 l. instruction and actually work become a licensed operator. Opportunities New NavCad Officer

f. We at NAS Jacksonville have a right and privilege with gear that any radio man for facilities and m-
would be proud to use. Civilianas tructions such these Named At NARTU
as American citizens to serve our nation as civilian and as are sel-
well as military personnel are
A Naval Aviation CadetProcurement
naval personnel within the confines of the laws of this Invited to join the club, locatedin dom so whole-heartedly offered. new

nation which protect us all. It, therefore, follows we Building 954. a e officer for the Jack-
sonville welcomed aboardat
area was
have also the obligation to do the most we are able to For the accomplished operator the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve .

make those laws which protect us work. many avenues of entertainmentare Training Unit this week
1)\ open. Radio-telephone con .
Together we are a massive unit of the national defense 1C DIVINEsERvIcEs)1.0830Morning versations are available. When a Capt. Easton B. Noble, comma

organization ; individually we are helpless. United ) ham in your home town calls ing officer.
(( folks and makes The new officer Is Lt. RichardE.
and fully cognizant of our responsibility to together your a
connection to his radio, Hanna, a Jacksonville residentwho
to produce, to defend, to prepare, we can keep you may
has been.witb the Civil Aeronautics
Protestant talk from the other side of the
America the world she has been destined to be-
power Administration here as
Service All Saints world if need be, for practically
come and protect those rights and privileges which are Chapel. nothing. Air Route Traffic Controller for

the greatest heritage of our land. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Hams are continually doing favors the past two years.
Lt. Hanna relieves Lt. C. Jo-
for one another, delivering
1045-All Saints ChapeL
I. messages, offering absent GIs information seph Robey of his duties as Nav-
It is our obligation to carry on the traditions of Am- Catholic080009001000Mass on the condition of cad Procurement officer In order

: erica, to work to the best of our ability, to obey the laws St. Edward's wives having babies, and gen for him to devote full time to his ,: :'

; which are made by our duly elected representatives, and Chapel. erally forming a closer link between primary duty as Command Lias- ::}
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. ion officer of NARTU. ';
( all parts of the world.
to defend our nation against all enemies who would at- 'iii J'

tempt to take from us the wonderful rights and privileges Mormon1930TuesdayNATTC The radio ham brotherhood is the information. r'"'

we have inherited. Chap- an extensive club, joining 100,000 A meeting will be held for all :_ ;
(, lain's oUiee.Christian radio stations throughout the persons interested in joining the "
It is our moral duty to carry out our obligations as Science. world.A NavAir Radio Club next Tuesday ;r

best we know how because every right and privilege implies 900-Tuesday- NATTC v Chap phone call to extension 8363 Sept 30 at 1200 in the de 3"i

this obligation: lain's office. will give interested parties all room in Building 934. -; ,


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25 September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page -


Thursday, Sept. 23 '

"The Pace That j.\

: f Thrills" .................Bill Williams :
A poll[ was taken Monday morning L i v 0 Friday, Sept. 26 ':;. ,

"The Sellout" ......Walter Pidgeon i
on the changing working)
Saturday, Sept. 27

hours. Several suggestions wen "Laura" ....................Gene Tierney
for working hours from. 1100 1 to xr t a Sunday, Sept. 28 ,

1200 with an hour for lunch. It "Because of You"..Loretta YoungMonday

was a nice try, anyway. w Itr4 Sept. 29 t
"Belle LeGrand" .
.- Bart Dockrell revealed that Bea: '
i In ..................Vera Ralston +
and O. B. Nail, who reside
1 Orange Park, have a little fellow' Tue, Wed., Sept. 30, Oct. 1 +

"tt.j boarding with them these days, "Monkey Business..Cary Grant

whose name is Maumbo Nail F na NATTOenlerThursday !
Sept. 25 _
Maumbo has lots of fun in the< .
"Another Man's
Nail home climbing on the furniture .
Poison" .................. Bette Davis
and the chandelier, hangin
I Friday, Sept. 2 6
and dan
from the clothes tree F
"Laura" ......................Gene Tierney y'
ghng from the top of the stain
Saturday, Sept. 27
by his tail. In fact he has m
believe he'l _, ----.yo.. ,.-----.... "The Sellout" .... Walter Pidgeon
much fun until we j
I want to board with the Nails foi HELPS MOM SELECT CHRISTMAS TOYS-While little brother Sunday, Sept. 28 ,
Dana thoughtfully looks on, Gary Rupp,son of Lt. and l\lrs.ller- "Adventure of ,Captain
,! a long, long time. Santa Claus I. bert II. Rupp decides a fire truck is just about the most wonderful Fabian" ............,......Errol Flynn .J
S gift Santa can' bring this year With Toyland full of things to Mem. Tue, Sept. 29, SO
1 The Nairn only child Is a daughter delight little boys and girls, eyes and wishes grew bigger before "Because of You"_..Loretta Young 'J
Comes Early will find wide
know how much they mother finished her shopping tour. Early'shoppers a .
and we selection of Christmas toys at Toyland, located in Building !954, Wednesday Oct. 1 ,:
.. art enjoying this little fellow Mainside. "Belle LeGrand"

; However, Maumbo is a little money At ToylandWith ......__.........Vera Ralston \..-. '
from South America. The se. NAS First In Sixth ND NAVAL HOSPITAL '

.. { I'W'cret of who sent Maumbo and his only six more pay-day Thursday, Sept. 25 .:

j family history will be published until Christmas, station personnel "The Raiders" ...?..Richard Conte ,
p at some other writing. are taking advantage of the Lay Plans For Annual Friday Sept. :1 I \1

;It Welcome Marie Robinson Into Navy Exchange's well stocked 4 "Tom Brown'a SchoolDaya"

,: the Contract Section, transferred aside those ..........._........ John Davie t.
Toyland and setting
from IRD, replacing Fran Knoiz Fire Prevention WeekPlans Sat. Sun., Sept. 27, 28"Another .
I on. Also welcome Dolores Fletcher "Santa Claus" itefns early.. Man'sPoison" '...

; Into the Housing Office. Dolores Located in Building 954, direct are near completion for launching the "Fire PreventionWeek" ....._._-..._.Bette Davies 1
i' Is Wave who has TAD with ly opposite the Navy Exchange, Monday, S#|>t. 29
here at NAS.
l' the station and handles listings Toyland is open every day from program "Adventures of Captain ,

for housing- 0630 to 1600, and on Saturday Through wonderful cooperationof participate in this program. The Fabian" ..... ... ...... Errol Flynn
/i from 0900 to 1200. The shelve! all hands in the program last Station Fire Department will furnish Tuesday, Sept. 50 j

i'0l Frank lrOlWllpr, Shop Stores,, and counters are filled with a va year, it was possible for the station any help needed to those activities "The Sellout" .......Walter Pidgeon

.... Maintenance, is the proud daddy; riety of toys to please even, to gain eighth place in all desiring to aid in this pto- Wednesday, Oct. 1

: of a baby girl, Susan Elizabeth,, youngster in the household. Naval competition, second 'place gram. "Because of You".Loretta Young
in all Naval Air Stations, and first I .
T Ibs. 2 ou I Although much of themerchandisc I .

i Chief Rufus D. Allen V-l Di ; has been received, more and place in the Sixth Naval District.

.; '. vision, had a trip to Tennessee I different items will be arriving. BLOOD BANK I NAVY WIVES
('i:; Mimi Fowler returned to work I within the next six weeks, Exchange The Station Fire- Department is

:;4) Monday morning after a week's officials have announced quite proud of this achievementand BOX SCORE
;:; leave in New York. Prices are running from 5% to in a statement made this i CORNERThe
\ 15% less than last year with evermore week Fire Chief Donald R. Moran No. Quo. PerSch .
.I.t':Y Dub Stembridge, Chief Clerkwas last business of
Purchases : meeting
items. Met cent
,.. Geft savings on some said, "it was only possible because
ill Monday morning. made now will be held, of the sincere desire of the FAW.11 13 22 169.2 the Navy Wives Club No. 86, was:

Minis took leave the first of the at request, until the 20th of De entire station to make it so." NATTC 253 277 109.4 highlighted by a visit of Lcdr. j
;, week. Robert E Elliott. NATTC Chap.
cember. 12 12 100.0
Fire Prevention Oper.
;1'r' and clothes for This year, I Dist. lam, who installed the newly
Infants wear Fla. Mi! S 5 100.0Camm.
Oct. 5>> and will
Week begins on
,. Drunken Driver for children up to age 14 can b< last through Oct. 11 It Is the 4 4 100.0 elected vice president, Mrs. Betty
purchased at the Naval Hospital. Fire Department I. IRD 2 2 100.0 Creek, during an impressive can.
desire of the Station
Dental 1 1 100.0 dlelight ceremony.
Given Stiffest
to again I receive the
k. I Res. Fleet 85 73 85.8 Chaplain Elliott offered his as*
Award same cooperation as last year. NARTU 7 6 85,7 sistance in getting more Navy
: To Date Wins Flight Proof that this program pays off
Penalty Spec. Servo .4 3 75.0 wives to join the Club. He asked
Col David Schilling, Command is.evidenced by the reduced number Admin. 3 2 66.6 the club for help in maintaining
J Driving e car while intoxicated ing Officer of the 31st Fighter of fire alarms, and great reduction ComFairJax 94 56 59.5 the children's choir here on the

I,:. brought to an enlisted man the Escort Wing, Japan Air Defenm! in fire loss during the past Marines )0 5 ;50.0 base during Miss Jean Maas' absence .

first three months loss of driving Force, has been awarded the 1955. year Grn. Cove 35 15 42.8o Miss Maas has been' ill for
't privileges to be meted out under Air Force Association flight't & R 115 42 36.5 for sometime but is expected to

r:.: the new penalty system. award as the individual "who hai Although figures are not yet Cecil Field 16 S 31.2 resume her work after about twoor

':' ,Fifty-four other persons also done the most for U. S. air power accurately available, a rough Hospital 21 5 23.8 three weeks.

J felt the severity of the new pan. in the last year." Col. Schilling,, check of fire losses and fire Pub. Works 24 4 16.6 .

r.' alties with 23 of them receiving who led the 31st Wing's 10,000- alarms in the past year shows a Supply 27 1 4.7 New members were received \

:_. restriction penalties up to one mile flight to Japan in July, pre reduction in losses of more than Engineers 13 0 0.0 and guests were welcomed by the
'I"" month. The other 21 were given viously had received the Harmon 50> % and in fire alarms approximately AIM 4 0 0.0 club. The next meeting will beheld

irr. warnings dismissals or suspend. International trophy as the out 45%. Medical 2 0 0.0 on Wednesday, Oct. 1. All

; ed sentences. I standing flier of. 1951.-AFPS). Each activity is requested to members are urged to be present
t'1. According to Lt. Col. Paul and to bring a friend.It .

:;;- Treitel, Station Security officer,, You Need License was agreed to send ten delegates -
,;:. new penalties have resulted in a'' to the National Conven.ion -

,,,: marked improvement in the driving Before CheckingOut t aa r'i of the Navy Wives Clubs ofr

;, habits of station personnel America, which will be held Oct.
f'f with the number of persons appearing Fishing GearAs 13-18 at Key West.
in traffic court consistently *
:.,'" a convenience to all personnel ::
growing smaller. aboard the station the Special All parents are reminded again

However much improvementis Services Department has announced hat the Nursery School bus provides

still needed and it is hoped by that Florida State Fishing < transportation for kindergarten *

",,< the department that the increas Licenses are available at a ; pupils only. No brothers
k' ed severe penalties will eventually cost of two dollars in the Gear .ind sisters may ride this bus

;" bring the number of violators Room of Building 930. On special request by the Offt-

",.' to a.minimum. Licenses will be on sale during ers Club, the Nursery will stay
I regular working hours from < : ,., 4P4 pen> to all customers until 0100
CMH Capt. Retires Monday through Friday i 10 on> Friday night Sept. :!6. For any
)1'fA. '
Nursery or kindergarten lnfor
Congressional Medal of Honor Due to the number of Naval
nation call 368.
Bruce McCandless, who have been apprehended ,
gyp winner, Capt. personnel .
: *> a
? -
.:. has retired from the Navy with violating regulation of the J. 1. .<
Fortune Teller: "You will M
the rank of rear admiral. The Game and Fresh Water Fish
I > and unhappy until '01reach
poor )
+ former head of the Academic Commission; by fishing without a rtf_ 't
.. the age of forty:
Section of the U. S. Naval Acade- license, the department has also '
ADMINISTRATIVE INSPECTION-Rear Adm. Osborne B.Ilardison Sucker: "And then what after. \:
heroism that it is to
decorated for his announced necessary
''r my was "
M Commander' Air Jacksonille, Inspects personnelof hat?
"' while serving on board the cruis- hold a valid license before permission Fasron Six during the annual squadron administrative inspec Fortune Teller: "Artec thayou'U ;
!?r USS San Francisco during therbattle will be granted to checkout tion. Accompanying the Admiral Is Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward, ,
used to
| get .
for Guadalcanal.-(AFPS). any type of fishing gear. commanding officer .( the tqtudroo. ",;.

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I Four JAX AIR NEWS 25 September 1952

Red Cross Gets New '

Assistant DirectorLewis CPO Notes :! "

C. Parrish '"
recently in '
Korea with the '24th Infantry Division Here Is the word on what promises If

arrived at NAS Jax this to be the most gala social affair i4

week as assistant field directorof ,ii of the year. Club officials ) 'ft'tl':

the American Red Cross here, .
and committees have been hard I'at
_it was announced by John Gal
work and here are details on .
lagher, ARC Field Director. ,
the "Welcome Aboard" dinner in, ,
Parrish Jesse P. Bailey !
replaces ; tk honor of Captain and Mrs. Burn-
here last and
who left June
{ a C. :McCaffree
ham : ,
is now serving with the First ::r.
I The date: Saturday, Sept. 27;
Marine Regiment in Korea. lie isI f'timej
buffet-dinner at 1930, danc: ,
a native of New Orleans, La, and ;
ing thereafter; place: dining and "'" ',,,: :',
graduate of Tulane University
f dance rooms of the club. Dress:: 'r
After being discharged from the 1:. ,
Uniform of the day, or civilian -
Air Force, he became a Red Cross ',!
dress (with coats and ties). ,.
staff worker. Before his Korean i. -
assignment, he served at the Naval Music for after-dinner dancing [twill ;.

Station, Charleston, S. C c be played by the 'Revelers" "
and a talented and popular local '1
8' _u_ _u_ u ______ ._ entt"rta.ln- G
female vocalist will

TIIERAPEUTIC EXERCISE?-Sailors and Red Cross staff throughout the evening. There
members join in the "Cuban Walk" as'Arthur Murray studio
will be for the ladies and
dance instructors Dottie Baxter and Dusty Turner (front) set the contacted the Red Cross, offered' corsages
This is the other plenty of fun for all.
pace. scene every Thursday at the Naval Hospital enter-
dance exhibition team to
where patients receive free dancing; Instructions from the Refreshments throughout the
Jax studio. Watching from the sideline; Douglas Dellart, ADAN, tain the ward patients at the hospital evening will be served at the ta
SALTY HUMOR FROM (right), would gladly trade places with Lincoln Gilmore, MMC, Soon after the team's first ;
HERE AND THERE who practices the magic step with Instructor Dottie Baxter. appearance, the Studio I volunteered i bles. Cost for the entire evening's -
entertainment will be onlya
Trip The Light Fantastic At Hospital free of charge, to hold small cover charge of ?3.00 per
The wife who hangs on every group dancing instruction classes
couple, payable at the door.
word her husband utters may I every other Thursday for the hospitalized -
only be trying to find one that Arthur Murray Creates A Flurry I servicemen. The club respectfully requests M''
makes I class that members' children be cleared
sense. Unfortunately, personnelis
from the club by 2000 on Satur- .
Patients Learn Dancing In A Hurry constantly changing since only #
In Korea all the outfit did j I hospital patients and corpsmenare day. made.1. :
discuss treatment extraordinary to attend. Even the Arrangements have been' ,;'
Therapeutic eligible
Morning:, noon and night was I; Then a 'Hi Fellows" from the .
: the rotation plan. Fed up, When it was learned that doorway, and in walked a cute I instructors have varied. to provide plenty of parkingspace

the topkick called them together. the Naval Hospital had timetested copper-haired gal and a suave Every other Thursday from table space and adequate'':
'Tenshun! Left face! Left face! a sure cure for mental depressions looking gent. The semimonthlyArthur 1500 to 1600, for the last year and waiter service for the evening. "

Left face! Left face!" he commanded and aching muscles, the Jax Murray dance class was I one-half, these gay, lively Instruc-

in rapid succession. "Now Air News promptly looked into about to begin. tors have been on the scene will-

every one of you has been rotated the matter. One-two, Short Step, Pause", ing to teach anyone that shows

," he balked, "and I don't Upon arrival at the Naval Hospital so went this dance exhibition teamas up.

I want to hear the word- again!" I Auditorium, patients were they put the pupils through the RecordBy

: found setting up a record player, beginning steps of the fox trot, Present Instructors Dottie Bax-

I Call the ship's cook! I never clearing the floor, while those in waltz, tango, rhumba and the jitterbug ter and Dusty Turner assure that ( Armed Forces Press Service)

taw anything as tough Ill the.efcteaks" casts or on crutches supervised they can teach anybody the basic 1. Franklin D. Roosevelt and
steps in a number of dances
; from the sidelines. Theodore Roosevelt were distant
"You will if I call the cook!" But to start at the beginning stressing that "even the lame patients relatives. What else did they

Judging from the zest and vigor In March 1951: the local Arthur have learned to do them have in common ? -
well, and have had fun doing I.."
We hear that Diogenes, the these 'white hats" were putting Murray studio, then managed by 2. What outstanding thing did
Don Douglas, of the
gent who used to go around look forth, this must be fun! Oonaugh and Frank McNernery, manager they not have in common? k
u___ __ Arthur'Murray Studio now, has
ing for an honest man, is back. 3, How many vice presidents
also invited
patients to at-
Has Eleven Kills-
lies trying to find a man in Serv- tend the Thursday Night Club have become president? c

ice who'll admit he made !less than Sessions, held at the Studio from 4, Who administered the oath

$50 a week in civilian\ life. Former Test Pilot War Ace 2150 to 2330 of office as president to Vice

And starting next week, the President Calvin Coolidge and

)(!!sionary: "Do :you people Turner-Baxter team will again do where did it take place? I:

know anything about religion lis' Now Skipper Of VF-22 exhibition dances in the ,ards. I 5. Whtch president said: "I do

chief 1"Cannibal See you in sick bay, sailor! not choose to run" ? .
i : 'Well, we got a lit (Answers on Page 8, Col. 3) ... :
I If and when the long heraldednew time, "although the flight was \I .
tle taste of it when the last missionary er graduation in 38 he was assigned 1 '
aloft much longer than that." .'
supersonic Navy jets are re.1
as an enlisted aviation Ks
leased for fleet-wide Four other planes also
use, one were
lot to Torpedo Squadron 6 on
the pilots here who would have Pi-I downed by another pilot of the
I Fhe was only an oculist's daughter USS Enterprise.
few worries about checking out same squadron on the same day
-two glasses and _she made a Next he was with ,
the craft Lcdr. Don- when Warrant Officer Charles E.
in speedy is
spectacle of herself. Squadron 2, an enlisted aviation j Ii
" aid E Brewer blasted four others out
Runyon, Fighter Squadron
unit the USS Lexing-
es pilot on
s 22 skipper i \ of the sky. Warrant Officer Brewer A 0 -
A girl applied for a job as a This World War II ace with 11 I ,. is now also a Lcdr attached to x

stenographer and they gave her kills, who has totaled more than NATTC here.

a test in spelling. 4,400 single-engined flight hours Later aboard the USS Bunker

1 'How" do you spell Mississippi and over 470 carrier landings, Hill he bagged his last three ,1A

she was asked. was test piloting the Navy's latest enemy planes. An acute state of ;
"The river or the state?" jet aircraft in- malaria sent him to
w tighter type the "states"in
cluding the twin tailed F7U Cut- early 1944.
A doting mother wrote her son lass, from 1948 until a few a vyFk
In the Army: "I do so hope you've the A few +
months ago when he took months later, he checkedout
learned to get up on time in the helm in VF-22, in jets, he began working

morning so that you 'won't keep a I with the FR Fireball, a combina- s .

the whole division waiting for Flying with Air Development tion jet-conventional craft, with s. ,v

bieakfast"' ,Squadron 3 at Atlantic City, Lcdr "A the F7F and the F8F. lIe was then

Runyon was working on tacticaluse appointed to the evaluation boardof
Judith: I was so cold last night of new weapons and new tactics the fighter conference betweenthe

\ I couldn't sleep, for shipboard, squadron and United States, Canada and

Friend: And did your teeth flight use until July of this year England, flying every operational

chatter j, when he was detached for duty S(. 4 fighter craft the British, Canadians a

Judith: I don't know, we don't here. J .. .'. and the U. S. Navy or Air
sleep together. I Prior to that he had been a Force had
, I flight test pilot at Patuxent River of Navy planes he has helpedto a t.c
on such planes as the F2H test fly cover the desk of Two firsts bf naval aviation A

Banshees, F9F Panther, F7U Cutlass Lcdr. Donald Runyon, VF-22 have been garnered by Lcdr.

F3D Sky knight, and the AJ skipper.ton Runyon during his career. The

Savage. These duty stations are a where he later entered the first came when he was a mem-

far cry from the beginning of commissioned officer ranks and ber of the first graduating class

, Lcdr. Runyon's naval career. He was sent to Fighter Squadron 6 of the test pilot training schoolat

began his Navy life as an enlisted aboard the Enterprise. Patuxent River. ;j

r Q man at Norfolk in 1934. First a His other came in 1947 when he SPLASHER Billle Jane Nel-

duty station was aboard the USS It was on August 7, 1943 he became a member of the first son, 123 pounds of Los Angeles t r s:

Chester as a plane captain. "I chalked up his first two enemy Navy jet squadron, Fighter loveliness, was California's rep-
wasn't striking for any one par- Squadron 17Able. Commissionedand
resentative In the national finals -
Two added the
ticular rate, just so long as I planes. more were assigned to the USS Ran- of the 15th annual "Swim

stayed in aviation," he said. next day off Guadalcanal. A few dolph, VF-172 pilots were then For Health Week" In New ,

S a weeks later in the Eastern' Solo- flying MacDonnell FH1 Phan York Her measurements I .

De did stay in aviation and mons, Lcdr. Runjon hit the jack- toms. They now fly Banshees feet, l"j inches tall; bust 36; -

I three year later reported for pot by downing four planes in similar to the model he helped waist, 24 Inches; hips, 3C inch' "
flight training at Pensacola Aft- about fire minutes actual combat test several years ago. es.' }

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,4: .: Fasron Six. VF-J02 Fasron J09, Vj-62 Report Branch 91 FRA,

;' Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Member Midway Through Drive }

"f' Fasron Six T, Rollins as officer in charge of.
Midway through their 1952 :
r The squadron's touch footbal llI ] the squadron electronics shop. i
membership drive officials of ;
r team received bad news when New into the
men reporting
'. : Branch 91, Fleet Reserve Asso-
\ Harold Braasch, AN, was placed squadron are Robert E. Priest, '
ciation, reported today that sat-
, on the squad's inactive list for AA, and Alan E. Keck, AA, from obtained
. isfactory results have been -
I t three weeks with,a broken index NATTC Jax; Franklin L. Dillow, so- far but stressed, how-

finger. .. AA Wil-
from NATTC Memphis; ever, that active members should

Ralph Gallahan, AD1, Thomas i liam H. Gilmore, SA, from Bain- double their efforts in final weeksto

,t ;:: Cheek, AD2, and Charles Britt,; bridge, Maryland; William R. J insure absolute success.

AD2, have returned after completing Sherrill,' TN, from the USS Ta-
r 0 Slated to last six weeks the
'1 ., a three-week TAD assignment rawa; John H. Lavalee, ADI,
drive began September 8. The
F Wi ;" with the Chance Voughl from the NAS Hospital; Jerome
has two-fold
campaign a purpose. r
'. .. Aircraft Factory at Dallas, Tex Rosen, ADI and Kenneth Rider, Primarily it is to bring to each
The trio facts and A03 from TAD Shore Y Y Y
,E. ; as. was given returning prospective eligible member in
: 9 fundamentals covering the F7U-3 Patrol Duty in the Jax area. REUNITED r- Lcdr. RobertE. '
: this first hand information
Donery, of Weather Squadron -
y '--: Cutlass' engines, structures, rigging Leaving the squadron and reporting I 2 checks bureau number ofa of the many advantages of the e

: .:. and hydraulics. to ANP) school at NAT- big P4Y he flew recently Fleet Reserv eAssociation. Sec-

-.t. Lt. (jg) Robert G, Kalmbacker, TC Jax, are John J. McKenna, through a hurricane with the ondly the drive is pointed at get-
w a bureau number of a plane he
< >
;;.: .: assistant Supply Officer and Robert AN, end Robert Waltz, AA."" flew 6 years ago on a familiarIzation ting members for the local branch

;, Schefferine, AT2, of Eleatronics f / hop from Whiting which is Jacksonville's active

w'::" shop, are now proud faI VF-102 Field. Lo and behold, it's the duty branch of the Association. i

:J' thers of baby girls. Lt. Harris E. Mitchell has received same Donery plane.is at At the the controls top Lcdr.of Branch 91 has offered a special 'j

Now in charge of the reestablished his orders to NAS Corpus the big PlY. He and his crew incentive for joining during the .,

Public Information office Christ!, Texas. He has been acting qualify as members of the current drive. A cash award of ,

I)r is Lt. (jg) Norman E. Penfold, exec of VF-102. Hurricane" Hunters "CenturyClub i $50.00 will be presented to some *
again claimed some of the Fas- since they flew throughwInds
1 I who will supervise the handling Now boosting the enlisted ranksare I ron's stalwarts. Going to over 100 MPH. I new or reinstated member at the

of ell squadron news. Aiding the two new arrivals to VF-102, separa- conclusion of the drive.
tion center this past week were welcome mat is dusted off. Getting .
cause are Dinty Moore, PISN, Phillip Gorden, AD3, and Papl Eligibility for membership in -
Eugene Glennon, AK3 and Co- the glad hand this time is
". mimeograph operator and James: McLucky, A DAN Welcome the Fleet Reserve Association is '
Gresham SKG3. Going north' DK3 who checked
mer Paul Swallow, ,
.: "''4" Borgia, Jr., JOSN, squadron re aboard. stricted to those enlisted men
,: is Fred Weilenheimer, ATI, who in from VW-2 at Pax River.
Now leave is Donald Pacet-
porter. on who aer serving in the regular j
'. ti AOAN at St. Augustine Fla. reports to NATTC, Memphis.Fasron's .
.r Navy or Marine Corps and who ;
Evil schemes were once being Rumor has it that he will tie the "sterling six" pulledthe VJ-62 have served at least six years on

''r\; I planned when a refrigerator was nuptial knot. first victory out of the hat A one-point margin proved the Anyone interested in joining 1 1
last week when they took VP-741 difference between victory and
installed topside of Building 200.. Branch 91 may do so by calling .,
y* Most began to dream of having Fasron 109 19.18 in a touch football fracas. defeat for VJ-62 when it droppedits either of the following: RELE

? r1Y- (burp) served, but the mystery That "pin stripe" call has once For the umpteenth time the first six-man flag football Omar B. Fisher, office phone 523, :

;; was solved when coffee messman game to VP-861. home phone 88-8486; Lonnie P.

Weatherlie Fisher, TN, began Three times the lead changed Richburg, AKC, office phone n

serving cool refreshing iced tea hands with VJ-62 in the lead un- 8237, home phone 2-1720; or Ensign

with real ice cubes and sliced til the final three minutes of the Jean Kirsch, office phone 'j'

strip of lemons.Congratulations. game when the opposing crew Hospital 561 then extension 17.

to Lcdr. How. H pushed across the winning touch home phone 88-9330.

: ard S. Bobb now supporting a down.A i -

?a brand new pair of gold leaves. A !I 75-yard return of a punt by Florida State Slices

former electronics engineer at the James S. Rutherford, AOAN, of Prices For ServicemenThe

..' Philco Corporation, Lcdr Bobb I VJ-62 highlighted the fray. The
--. will shortly relieve Lt. Howard. r struggle also proved costly as VJ- Department of Athletics at
I Florida State University voted
Elmer J.
; 62 lost the services of '

" ::;' :'M Weekend Warriors LaFreniere, AA, center, due to unanimously last week to admit
all service men and officers in
; the fracture of two ribs.
: uniform to the SemSnole'i five

On Cruise With I ; best All of hands luck in wish future the games team and the each.remaining home games for $.95.

to the lads regain a win-
hope see
Reserve Unit Included on the home slate are
\ Y stride.
,t ning Louisiana Oct.
L 4 ; the University of ,
J' Jacksonville's Naval Air Reserve w- s I VJ-62 extends congratulationsto
f..: ; ; 4 I; VMI, Oct. 10; Miss. Southern,
Training Unit is host once Crosby Milliman, AN, who on Nov. 8; Furman, Nov. 13, and

r again to one of its "Weekend Sept. 6 married the former Karen Tampa, Dec. 6.Honor.

Warrior" squadrons, VP-742, hereon :...4? :. :. aatS White of Hartford, Conn.
a annual two-week training i Upon their return from a hon
aF cruise. OVEASEAS CONFAB-Shown in conference at a recent fare- in New York City and Man Of
t: well party for Royal Air Force Air Vice Marshal D'eath left), eymoon
The unit, led by Comdr. Good. Commander of all RAF Air at Malta, is VP-5 executive officer Williamsburg, Va., the couple will Week At AN

wyn, was organized in June 2, Benjamin Troemel (center). At right is Lcdr. Dean Kelley, officer- reside at 4136 Lexington Ave.,
r. 1951, and has been holding drills in-charge of the Fasron 104 detachment aboard the island. VP-5 Jax. School Is SAThe
Malta at and is operating from RAF field, Luqa.
at the Naval Air Station since. is visiting present
Angelo Tripi, AMAN, has received honor man of the weekat

All From Florida a hardship discharge due the ANP) School at the
"Backtrack Down The Duty"
Personnel in the squadron come
{ to the illnes of his father We Naval Air Technical Training
from all walks of life. These men wish him the best of luck.
Center is Seaman Apprentice
Join together as a team in keep- 'I
tr VP-5 Matches Hours Andrew T. Wrench. f
; ing the nation's reserve strength Flight Armed Forces Radio Station provides
hail broadcastsand Out of a class of 331 men, ;
; ? up to par at all times. They continuous news
which consisted of both Navy
r from quite a few different sections music of a "stateside" quality -

" ... of Florida such as Bartow, With British On MaltaPatrol and there are numerous sightseeing and Marine personnel, Wrench

Gainesville, Tallahassee, Winter I points of interest oo Malta completed the eight week

'' Haven, and Orlando, but the majority itself. course with a 90.9 average.

k are local Jaxons. Squadron Five, which I Andy entered Y .
VP-741 at Malta, is have had a busy time interpreting k.
1 Executive officer of the squadron has replaced line FURTHERMORE, tr* new location the Navy Reserve -r
the end of its first everyday "working language"
T is Lcdr. Stanley W. Julian; approaching by itself offers a grand in 1947.::;.
used the respective parties.
Comdr. Frederic B. Mohle, is administrative month at the tiny Mediterraneanisland go by opportunity to see the entire MedIterranean and volunteered
For example, "entering the traf-
south of
"'. officer, while per- urea and some of Eu for active duty.
fic has the British equivalent -
', sonnel officer is Lcdr. William D. Already participating in Sixth pattern" rope. in March of this
) of "joining the circuit", anda '
Carter. Fleet exercises i the FAW-11 Further along the lines of recreational year. He was
t "do 180 the dutyrunway"
request a
Train Offshore squadron has started off with its facilities, a number of then sent to
is followed by a clear-
Each pilot will have completedan best foot forward. Numerous familiarization excellent beaches are available to Bainbridge, Md. t
: i; \' I ance from the tower to "back .. .- .m ......
,. an average of 60 flying hours or flights have been i VP-5./ The several swimming parties for boot camp ,
track down the duty. Wrench '
,. 5 hours a day. The operation hash made to such grand cities as Naples have been especially enjoyedby and was assign-

with nearby Capri, Pompeii ed here at the Center for the
;1 "' included over-water navigation; those owning undersea diving

,.,t .:; !<<;; target bombing, rocket firing, and Sorrento-Nice, Amsterdam ANOTHER pertinent adjust- masks. Prep School. ,
ment VP-5 had to make was that .\
) and instrument instruction. High Oran, London and Copenhagen. Despite the fine first impression Before going on active duty,

point of the training has been of forming a working acquaintance the squadron has of Malta and he attended Wilmington Col- .
with the British monetary .
t :" ;\. training with a fleet operation the lure of travel, Jacksonville's lege, N. C. for one year where :

r-y.'I.':"k150 miles off shore. Six planes TilE NEW HOME field, Luqa, system. It was difficult at first VP-5: has to admit that "there's he majored in engineering.

I.. p;.'. took part in the exercise with a Is one of several RAF aerodromes to tell the difference between no place like home Andy said he looked forwardto
'' situated on the Island of. Malta. "tuppence and a shilling", but now .
: submarine.
!.ol Navy > the Tradevman School "
l' P2V-5 the men are using half-crowns, "I'm in for 90 ," said the
several VP-5's Neptunes ere years
is of ,
; '{" squadron one where he is next assigned and
hours with such ha'pennies, and florins as regularly to his new cell mate.
NARTU Jacksonville matching flight prisoner
:: that trains at said, "The ANP) School wasa 1
fi":l one week-end each month. staunch RAF aircraft as the Sea- as the Maltese citizens. How long are you in for T" wonderful refresher course '1

..., Members of the squadron are fury, the Vampire, the Meteor, I VP-5's: enlisted personnel are "Seventy-five years," said the for me not only for my future 'i

paid for their services and receive and the rugged old Lancaaters comfortably housed in large hotel- icwcomer, Navy school and rate, but for ,,

. regular benefits of the Navy and Lincoln style barracks, while the squadron "You'll be getting. out first," my future trade when Tm a
( and officers are dispersed; in Quonset vas the reply. 'Take the bed
t while on drill status and training Both the visiting squadron civilian.. :
:.. cruise. the RAF flight control personnel 1 huts, two to a room. An earect the door."

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 25 September 1952


O&R, Fasron Six,

VP-741 :j


Volley :'oft"


first Incomplete week of

leyball play ')
O&R and ;;'

I each as 12
With John' Charval
-. last
"W '\'e come a long way" Coach Dave Barksdale told this
Fasron Six
writer last week when he mused the coming grid opener with pions spiked 1

Parris Island Saturday "and Fm well pleased with the results.* 15-6, 15-7. '

"1 hnen' had anything to judge them by," the new mentor for its !
owned a -
continued but I the to account of themselves
expect boys give a good .
against the Marines. It was heartening to see PI knocked off 15-7 triumph

last week (Parris Island lost 20-13 to Fort Eustis) and I think O&R !

every man on the squad is imbued with a spirit of victory." 21-8 21-16,

Parris Island is just the first of nine foes this season for the back., 21-3.,
the only
Barksdale-coached Fliers and the Jax Navy tutor stated he'd play feated

each game as it came and not look ahead to a possible breather defeat -'

'There are no real weak-sisters on the schedule for us," Barks- 12-15. 15-13.
of the week.
dale offered, "but I think: we've got a smooth running squad that
Fasron 10*
will win for us. There's a lot of spirit out there and that's whatit
with an 11-0,
takes. to win.**
. 741 Bombers
Each league
It's hard to point out any stars this early as there has been
a week and .
I'M real combat with which to pass udgment However the Fliers' to the Special :

', backfield owns a cast of fleet.footed athletes who can go if given mediately ;

support. And that's where' the big question lies.Can tains are uged

Jax Navy's light but agressive forward wall hold its own quirement.

: against some of the heavies that it must face this !season? It's a TBt The equipment."I

problem that can be answered only after the locals have done bat- 06.fasron Six

tle and we'll be on band Saturday at Varsity Field to watch the vP-ta ron rei 51 G :
tisnm WIt
results. VP-RSl Supply
Parris Island must be rated a favorite some say by as much vast
l P' as 20' points. But dont sell the Fliers short. Fort Eustis showed what OpvrctloM Marine !
i r
can be dune when you outhustle and out-hit your opponent. They SjWctaV VP-TU s.-.-.
rocked Marine ball carriers three times in the third quarter to i

, pick up fumbles and later score It's a story that could easily be Links !
r,1 repealed
It Play on the .

:, Parris Island's Vanity Field, site of Saturday's encounter, has week-end will .
1',1 been enlarged to seat 7,500. The local stadium will accommodate medal play
t; 5.000 Thirteen members of Pi's varsity are from Pennsylvania. I
If one more guard was added. Coach J T. Hill would be able to handicap
field both an offensive and defensive team from the Keystone State Entrance
i End Nick DeRose and center George Radoeevich of the Marine player will go

eleven were both outstanding athletes at Pitt. DeRose was voted I three top
: the most valuable player award in 1950 and Radosevich the best

';\. all. round athlete in 1951 Ed Filipouits joins Billy Mixon as I

'n','; the second University of Georgia grad to don Leatherneck gear at Cage
: PI this season. Mixon is a returnee from '51 Clyde Childs and I'
w Joseph Fronko, both 18, are the youngest members of the Fliers' For
varsity this year while center Paul Webb, at 32, is the oldest 'I
" Paul Wallrof Louis Geib and Greg Blyer at 6-3 are the tallest men Opens
on the Fliers' roster. Alt are tackles. 230-pound Blyer is also the

t- heaviest. Initial
i will be staged

Received word from Percy Beard, General Manager of Athletics, in the
f? and Joe Sherman, Sports Publicity Director, at the University off Interested C
Florida in Gainesville who informed us that tickets are still avail- out the station 1

;&" able for all six of the Gators' remaining home games (four in port for f

Gainesville and two In Jacksonville). Donaldson's is handling the prep for a 1
,. distribution in Jacksonville and tickets can be ordered by mail ule. Coach
: through the University. In addition, general admission ducats can lated that C

i' be purchased for the Clemson, Citadel and Kentucky frays. (Story bring:: his own C
!r- pageS). -
" We gave you 18. of 20 last Thursday in our first week of grid Y Football ScoresResults ':

selections, Kansas' upset over TCU included. Villanova's victory ( of service games play-
[ over Kentucky and VMI's loss to William and Mary fooled us. ed last week):
Here's the way *e see them this Saturday:
Philadelphia Eagles 56; Fort
Arm over South Carolina; Cornell over Colgate; Holy Cross Jackson 7.
' '
over Dartmouth; Detroit over Wichita; Cincinnati over Kansas
Camp LeJeune 56. Catawba 7.
,1 State; Michigan State over Michigan; Washington over Minnesota; "
I Oklahoma over Colorado; Texas A & M over Oklahoma A & M; jA A'i Norfolk Navy 0; Elon 0 (tie).

Tulsa over Hardin Simmons; LSU over Alabama; Maryland over Cherry Point Marines, 14, NAS .
Auburn; Villanova over Clemson; SMU over Duke; Miami over Patuxent 0 .
VMI; Wake Forest over William and Mary; Arkansas over Houston; Ft. Leonard Wood 20; Scott .

Texas over North Carolina; Nebraska over Oregon; Southern Cal- !t AFB 0.Bolling.

; ifornia over Northwestern and Notre Dame over Pennsylvania 4I Field 13; Syracuse 12.
n- (Ouch'!) CoastGuard
Bainbridge NTC 27
: 0
SHORT SIIOTS: "Coshawks" is the new name given the Pen- ___ .
a; San' Diego NTC 36 Great
aacola football team this season. Formerly tagged the Goslings, the ,. ; f' \ -
E- Lakes 0.
name was added when all commands within the NABTC were com ti. '
Ft. Eustis 20, Parris Island 13..
bined to field an eleven representing Pensacola And from ; _
the Gosport, Pensacola's station dope sheet, comes word that Lt. Stan Musial of the St. Louis
Sal Lococo will act as backfield coach through the coming grid year. Cardinals, battering Cincinnati ,
Lococo was with the Fliers in 1947 when they defeated Pensacola pitching for three hits in five '
19-13! Paul King: bead coach at the cadet base, was line coach here trips Tuesday assumed a 6-point

Id at the same time Lococo was in uniform The Fliers and the JUNIOR CHAMPS-Proudly displaying their newly won trophies lead over Chicago's Frank Baum-
Goshawks tangle NOT 22 in the final game of the season. are th* new Junior station links champs. Back: row (left to holtz in their race for the Nation
Billy Gilbert winner of Junior title Dick Gingrich who
right ; ,
League .
only hitting crown.Baumboltz
Noticed in a golfing column of an out-of-stat paper that ;
with Bob Wallace won the Jr-Sr masters; Tommy Carter runner.
two men have aced the famed No. 16 at Cypress Point Country Club npvia under-12 bracket; Jay Harvey, partner of Jack Harvey for pulled within a percentage ':
in Pebble Beach, Calif. The pair, crooner Bmg Crosby and Lt. Ross nnder-11 Jr-Sr championship Dick Pearson, who teamed' with point last week only to
South USAF. It's a par three that swings out into the Pacific and Jud Pearson for father-son honors and Pat Nixon under-12 ban the Cardinal slugger regainthe
champion. In front are Becky and Byron Gray who teamed with
is considered by of the holes to in the lead at .336 while he fell
pros .a* one toughest play mother and dad respectively to cop mother-daaghter and peewee to .
world. I awards. .330I' .
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25 September 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page, __ Seven_n__

;" 1: Jax Navy Opens Grid War With PI Saturday 9 9Llr JI!

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Barksdale 4 4io
Coach Unwraps

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by an aggressive corps of elusive backs run ,". .... :

ning behind a light but determined forward wall the Jax .,

[ Li' Xa Navy Fliers will make their 1952 football debut Saturday at .'

Parris Island against Pi's defending all-Marine champions.Game ,
,< .
time is HOO on the Is ers. However, he tentatively listed

lander's> Varsity Field.In Charlie Tucker, Jim Crum, k
his first season as head coach Sam Sixemore, and Jack Bishopto

Dave Barksdale will unfold his share backfield assignments.

fpht-T operation against the Bishop At Quarter "

I I'I > Leathernecks who will be seekingto Bishop, a 170-pound quarterback -
20-13) defeat at the a,le'i4 ,
avenge a from Asheville, N. C., re- 4t
I .: ., hands of Fort Eustis last week. ceived the nod over late arriving
!.. .
CARItY*OFFENSIVE BURDKNWax Navy's offense will ke Rain has hampered practice Harry Stuhldreher, for two sea-
I centered around this quartet .f speedy backs this reason. Left *. I( sessions for the local eleven \\IOOs.'with the University of Mich-
III. rttt are, quarterback Jack Bishop, halfbacks! Sim Cram and Sam I throughout the past week and igan. Stuhldreher will be given
Siienore and fullback Charlie Tucker. The Fliers open Saturday I
a'must the Farris Inland Marines at F!. Barksdale was uncertain of start- ample opportunity to display his
aerial artistry from his ports de

Fall Cup Play. stance.

i Sizemore, a product fo Princeton -

W. Va., and Crum,.a former
Opens Oct. 6th Georgia 'Tech student, will run

n. 5tsjFall from the halfback slots while the

Competition gets underway Oct 165-pound Tucker, lightest man

6 in the NAS Jax Fall Cup Tourney in the backfield, gained: the call .
with both men and women vying at fulL '

for golfing laurels In their Barksdale will look to Art Eis- CLUE FINGERED END-A
big ffencive threat for the
respective divisions.It enbrand, formerly of Northwestern. Fliers this season will be

is expected that four flight -- -- .- -- Larry White, Jim Ahrend George Shotwell. 190-pound
will be needed to handle the in Fliers First HomeGame and Stuhldreher for a second returnee end. He,'!! be at right -
Intramural end when the heals open
flux of entrants. A eon olation October !string backfield. against Parris Island Saturday.

flight for the. eight lowest mea Jax Navy returns home Satur- Heavy Tackles I ....
in each of the four flights will Program Under day Oct. 4, to open its home Steadied by Louis Geib and average 192! pounds across. Geib
and center Everett Crews both
also be held. schedule with the Patuxent River Wilton Barco a pair of hefties

Entry fee for this annual gala At NATTC Bombers. Game time is 1430. at tackle, the Jax Navy line will tip the scales at 210.
Way I Flanking the line will be James
affair will be 100. Any golfer
Arnold 160-pound Bainbridge
with a full handicap enter, ,
Fall sports' at NATTCenter are FOOTBALL SPECIAL Ga., lad who saw duty at Florida
The tourney should be finished 1
of prime interest now with bowl- State, and George Shotwell, another -
Oct. 24.Cecil. SELECT THE WINNERSJames
1 1 ing, touch football, and volleyball Asheville, N. C. product
( for Saturday Sept. 27 with a pair of glue-like mitts that 1
the athletic agenda.
Downs on (Home teams in right column) can get leather from any direc- \
I Iwent
: Monday touch grid enthusiasts
South Carolina vs Army
Fliers ForPlayoff at each other with teams Princeton vs ColumbiaDartmouth tion.Line coach Aaron Brown listed

:;, from Personnel Special Services, Holy Cross'S Leo Kelly and Ron Tank" Law-

; First Lt., AK School, Aircraft', Yale vs Navy head as his offensive guards.

, Bid Maintenance, Medical, MAD Notre Dame vs Pennsylvania Lawhead is an Altoona, Pa.,

ANP) Ships Company repre-I Purdue vs Penn State youngster who has seen junior
Al Bullard Cecil I Field's No. : sented. Iowa I vs PittsburghVillanova college action and Kejly; carries

1 contender for individual laurel In both football and bowling 'w Clemson 190 pounds on a 5-9 frame, hail-

:. in the Men's City Soft- three leagues have been organized Indiana vs Ohio State ing from Mendota, Ill.

ball League pitched and one for officers, one open Michigan State vs MichiganWashington Defensive backfield assignmentswere
': batted his mates to a 5-1 tri and one for intramurals. MinnesotaMissouri vs drawn by Eisenbrand, safe-

" umph over Jax Navy in a one- in vs California ty, Homer Brinson and Don Mey-
Officer entries the bowlingare
game playoff for the second still At the present time Northwestern vs So. CaliforniaOklahoma erchkk, halfbacks, and Don Dip-
. open. '
half crown at Lackawanna vs Colorado asquali and Frank Mickle, line
have been entered.
11 six: teams
last Thursday. TCU vs UCLA backers. Line berths were stillon
; The locals outhit Cecil Field, six Volleyball is scheduled to be- Texas I vs North Carolina the open market.

) to four, Bullard accounting for gin Sept. 29 with the same teams Duke vs SMU Meyerchick Punts

,4, half of the foe's total. A hit batsman entered" in volleyball as in touch: Maryland vs Auburn Mejerchick will drop back for
'i Cecil marker in football, with a few additions.
produced a Florida vs Georgia Tech the punting chores. The 180-
& the first and in the third Bullard Two teams from AO Ships Company Georgia vs TulaneMiami pound six-footer from Chicago,

Sq singled home Stewart, who had AO School, Hand Tools and .VMI vs : Ill, attended Mississippi State

, strolled, with what proved to beth Layout will also.. .compete.- Jax Navy vs Parris Island before entering the service.
deciding run.Bullard. Predict the of this ) Parris Island suffered a severe I.
Shines m ( score game
case of fumbleitis against Fort
Bullard's lumber sounded Notre Dame vs Pennsylvania
Eustis last Saturday as the
Your Picks
: in the fifth when the winners iced Make Sure Wheels cashed in on six PI bob-

t\ the fray with three runs. He singled Get la On Time Name. Rate/Rank.. bles to overcome a 13-0 half-time
with runners on second and deficit for'the win.

third after one counter had already To make absolutely certain Parris Island centers its attack

been enrolled to send his that your Football Special picks Unit Assigned To. Phone around Billy Mixon, four years

RBI total to three. arrive at the Sax Air News in with the Georgia Bulldogs, and

The Fliers averted a shutout in time, submit them as early as ItULES Billy Hayes, 195-pound fullback

the seventh as Trotter walked and possible. Many contestants use choiceof who performed at Washingtonand
1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your
Fodalsky and Horton singled bet the Yard Mail delivery system, each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto Lee before answering the

f een Bullard's seventh and but wait too long. win.. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof service call.

eighth at.rikeout1ctims.. Con- Deadline for the contest is teams you think will play to a tie score. Islanders Loaded
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
nell's king fly to center ended a 1700 Friday. Ballots arriving in count as losses unless predicted. The Islanders have a formidable

Jax threat in the sixth u the the Air News offices Monday via 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the roster from end to end, dotted

bases were loaded with two down. Yard Mail are automatically game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with with professional and college tal-
Meets OVA Far Title eliminated. Many contestantswere the most nearly correct score will win the contest. ent and. own a clasy array of
4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con
4 .. Cecil joins CWA, first round bitter last. year when their sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating backs with plenty of speed and
: -;,' : champion, in a playoff for the entries were eliminated in this the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.. maneuverability

,U S2 title this week. The Navy manner, but rules are rules. 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for The starting lineups for Sat-
is excluded from the contest final
iunv any reason it automatically clash
,, > will be favored on they urday's :
-_.. Strength of Dullard's pitchingand 6.. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700 .1a& : a.y Parrk Irlaad
weD'balanced hittingattack.. Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build- James Arnold Barco LT LE Lou.Billy Han-.l"on
111.x score ing, 930. Leo Kelly 1.g Jet ry AnKelF
}" Tony laxzi wa second with a 7. AU military and civilian personnel with the exceptionof verett Crews G. RadoaevICh
'Capt. Wharton Paces u..hfoa4 RG Billie< KingLouis
Roa !
60, lessened by a 9 handicap to 51. personnel of the Jax Air News!, are eligible to enter the contest Gelb RT Rex BogganGeo.
Tourney: Competitors Webb eombmed a 67 witha F-hM\\.11 RE Bolt St'h.'lkr
Harry Jack Bi5hclp QB Sam Vacant ,
8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. '
total. Slim Sln'more LH Billy Mixon :
Twenty-three men matched 14 handicap for a 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the Jimmy ('run P iter
f. wings last week-end for a best Tied for fourth place, Capt. .T, Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. Char Tucker 'tf Bltif Hayes- )

' 15-out-of 18-hole touma.mfl1tith F. Weinart and Le Platt, each TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES I

.: Capt. Dwight Wharton leading hitting for a corrected 54, while First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy Even the wolf at the door '
Ceve Coward Exchange; second prize Js a three-dollar merchandise chit; Joesn't prevent the stork from
the with a 71, modified John Hughes and
; group gross
I merchandise chit
third prize is a two-dollar, roosting on the chimney. J.
48 low each carded 55e.
; by handicap to a ',frt /
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(Items offering for sale articles x ;+ xM CALENDAR

of property such as washing t' rc ,
machines automobiles furniture, Y novt NOSpl.
2Fasion '
radios, clothing and the like are 6 No.1 vs VJ-1
prohibited by Defense Depart Kasion 100 vs Marines
: Operation va VP861Fanron
ment regulations. This column & W
will, however, list such servicesas FAW.l1 51
Pill Roller VI 0 G;
available housing rides wanted ; VJ-2 va Fan on los
and lost and found articles or other 4 I M. 1
ca ORC. n.t.t v. Special ServOperation.
similar notices.! .)
Fasten 6. No. 2 VA *
VJ-62 vs VP-74l
I FOR KENT Marines vs Pill Rollers
4 Ixlrm. house $110 mo. Ph. 3- Blood Bank vi Dental
VP-861 "s Medlcul
9729, Eva Knight. I i a\ TOUCH rOOTHAM &\
ill t
Furn. 2 rm. apt., $35 mo., 145'ii Sept.
I VJ-62 v* Marines
W. 3rd St. Ph. 39729. Eva i Sept M

Knight. Fan on lot \II Jo'uron 51VJ62
r Oct 1
Unfurn 4 rm. house. $70 mo. '
I VP 161U OSu&pplyIlrt.
W. 26th St. Ph. 39729. Eva VI' ?
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1 Knight, I .
N. _.. .. VP-741 "I
;w f'auon 6 '
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2 bdrms., 4726 French Ave., Murray JrosPltal
I Fasron VI
Hill. Ph. 2-4012, Mrs. Rice. CIIECK RECORDS-Waiting to verify their service records are just the first of 1,500 persons "'01.U\,8'1.I.: .
3 1-bdrm. apts., available Oct. 1. 'i here who will have had the opportunity to take a closer look into their records by the end of the W4'.k' of Sept 211'
month. All enlisted NAS personnel will take part: In the records check Fusion 51 vs OerationsFaar
4591: St. Johns Ave. Ph. 2-9137, ::on 109 vs Special Sen.VP741 .
:Mr. Nash. B. VI VP.711 G.VJ62 .
Some See Records For First Time I va VP861
Share apt. with widow couple : Marines Val FuroR II
"anonI/ u Supply
only. 2633 Myra St. Ph. Ext. I Ii VP.711 IL VA OperationaFasron
New Process Used In
Checking I I 51 "I 0 R
8402, Mrs. Taft. Jo'a"ron
i II IJ".y." VP.861 VII I1N

Share apt St.with Mr. couple.Roddy. 4615 Ramona Service Records Of Enlisted MenBy !,I y! ,'G ,,:LIGf, ; -I #0 'rrNNI.reIt:\II. 211. \.P.741

Furn. 2 bdrm. house available !Sept! .'Sf
Out 10 or 15. 4641 Ulmer Ave. the end of the month 1,500 e VJ-62 VI VP-741
r Supply l and Fiscal personnel Oct. 1
here NAS will have
Ph. Ext. 8238. Lt. (Sr. ) Hen- persons
Then using the check-off sheet Fasion tFasion v. Special! Seiv.v .
had the for close will trade statistics for dance
opportunity 8 01'1. t
complete check is made on all
6 Special !Seiv.HOBBY .
Cottage, 5220 Limiquane, $60 mo. examination of their service record parts of the record. Any errors steps tomorrow night (Friday) at 8IIOI

Ph. 2-9709, Mrs. L. W. Knep- :!. I are noted and corrections will be the annual dance In the MayflowerHotel I Tuesday through Filday-1400-2200.

ton. For the first time in the his made. Roof Garden. Dancing to Sunday Se I ul'da.vOI through OO-22O.Monday-Secured.ItOXINTi .

i rm. duplex house, 1312 MeDuff tory of the station the annual I For some persons this will be Abe LJvert's band begins at 2100 TEAM: HORKOI'T*

Riverside Ph. 2-4403 Mrs Hoiloway. verification of service records is the first time that they have and no reservations are necessary. I NAS NATTCIttOO-1100-Bid-BIJg*. 3., 513.

being done in a manner that will had a look at their service rec Admission will be $1.50 per .

., 2 sleeping rms.. 2789 St. Johns allow personnel to check the ords. One of the reasons for mak couple, and tickets ate still avail. Florida Has Six

Ave. Ph. 2-1118 Mrs. Pierson.Furn. contents of their jackets along ing the annual verification in the able. Ice and waitress service Is

3 rm. apt., $65 mo. 832 St. with the personnel office. manner used was to allow personnel free, and dress is optional. More Home GamesIn

Clair Woodstock Park. Mrs.Bree the chance to see their answer to the many queries:

e.Fuin I Under the direction of Personnel I record. Inventory Branch on the third regarding tickets: to University

3 im. apt., 4502 11\'Ington.Ph. officer Lcdr. H. J. Chapman' deck Is manned by Naval personnel of Florida home football games,

8-C76S, Mrs. J. E. Cainey. I and Pinkney B. White, PNC, facilities ': For The Record now. after recent reoiganiza- tickets can be obtained at Donald
1 bdrm. apt., :3804: Boone Park were set up in Building I tlon. Lt. J. M. Ratzlaff, SC In. I son's, Inc., 216 West Adams in/
Ave. Ph. 2.1660, Mrs Gentry. 935. transient for (Continued from Page 4)
Using e yeoman ventory Branch Officer and R. E. Jacksonville or by mail.

J rms, day or week, 2001 Park the job of checking the records ANSWERS Sheldon, AKC head a staff of 25. When ordering by mail, per-

Ph. 8-2770. Mis. S. R. Houston. and a check-off sheet designed by I| 1. Both were wealthy served as In the Audit Section, Ed Behmke sonal check or money order

Furn. 3 rm. apt., $25 mo. High Chief White, operations began governor of New York, Assistant AKAN; Ralph Romanowski, SI{. should be enclosed in payment.If .

I way 220. Ph. Orange Park 8- two weeks ago. I Secretary of the Navy were rl'MI shot I SN; and James R. Wenner, SKSN, a group wishes to sit together

3324; Mrs T. E. Jenkins. I First step in checking a record at and both were reelectd as work with Waves Eleanor Sha they should pool their orders

2 single rms., 1224 Laurie St., is to check the spelling of the ident. piro AK3; Nadyne Long, AKAN; which will be filled altogether in

Springfield Ph. 67415. Mrs. name, next to see that the service 2. Franklin pronounced his Alice Howe. AKAN; Berdell Bergman one block.

Mtxson. number and rate correspond with name "Rose-veU," while I Teddy I AKAN; Nellie Cnpente-r. Single game reserved ticket

1 dble. rm., 1224 Laurie St., the information that the person called It "Rooz-.velt," AKAN and Betty Murrah, SA. II prices to home games are, Cita-

Springfield Ph. 6-7415 Mrs. owns. 3. Ten. John Adams Jefferson, Robert G. Shaheen, AKC now del (Jax at 2000)), $3.50; Clemson,
1 Mixson. Van Buren, Tyler Fillmore, Johnson
$3.50; Georgia (Jax at 1400),
heads the Count Section. Work-
Finn. 3 im. apt.. 418 Liberty St. uquana Rd. Ph. 2-4459 Capt.S. Arthur Theodore Roosevelt, Ing with him are George Whid- I $4.20; Auburn, $3.73; Miami
Ph. 4-5576. Mrs. Stradman. R. White. Coolidge and Truman.
$3.75 and Kentucky, $3.75.
don AK3; Carroll Downs SK3;
1 bdrm. apt., $45 mo. 2834; Corinthian 2 bdrm. home 4808 Shirley Ave.. 4. His father, Col. John C. I
Ave available Oct. '1. Mrs. E. A. Moneyhan. Coolidge, a justice of the peace John Reik AKAN; Frank West- ferred to Stock Control from Industrial -

Mrs. Miller. Sell equity in 3 bdrm. bungalow I administered the oath at Plymouth moreland, AKAN; Thomas Scher. Relations (EmploymentOffice
4768 Beverly Circle. Ph. 29567. zer, SN; Elmer Cook, SKSN and ) A. Griffith
Studio rm.. 2294 Herschel St., 5 Vt., a few hours after the Joseph
Pi(>inU. Ph. 8164 Mrs. Eastman. Mr. F. S. Kelley I death of President Harding' Merton Wohlers, AKAN George switched to 0 fc R recently .

Small apt., 2S44 Corinthian Ave. 6 rm. house Ph. 2-1870 after 1700 5. Calvin Coolidge. Kizer SKSN; George Brown, AK- Will Griffin transferred to Cecil
1140 Cassatt Ave., Mr. Tonic AN; Ernest Gray AKAN; Wile Field and Sam
Ph. 8-4235 Mrs. Secier.Unfuin. =..* Styles, employedin
house. $70 mo. 4423 Montalto. I S liam Stouffer AN, and George Supply since 1943, resigned !because .

Palm A\e. Ph. 24382. Mrs. MISCELLANEOUS All men are not homeless, but i Kiener. AN .round out the roster of ill health.

Davis. Ride wanted from St. Nicholas ; some are home less than others. : t Vacations are almost over now

1 rm., 5302; Stanley Murray Hill 1730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 332 Mr.Fouta. 1 1 I Sadie S. Sheffield, longtime Azalee Wheeler is back this:

Pli 8-3734 Mr. G. L. Miller. When you have both feet on I matron and first-aid attendant on week at the Stub Registry Desk
and the ground you don't have far to the third deck left Supply last after a two-week trip to Parks-,
At Roosevelt
Furn. 3 rm. apt.. 1110 Rlveria Ride wanted from
I fall I week Blanche Fouts trans- Va. and N. J.
ley Atlantic City,
SouthslJe. $60 mo. Ph. 9-4519, Edgewood 1730 to 1600. Ph.
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:Maude Hunter Ext. 235, Mr. F. L. Calendar. I

Furn. 3 1746 1 rm. apt. Riders wanted, from 5 Points to 4

*. Ph. 8-2861, Miss Meeks. O&R. 0700 to 1530, via College. !
1 bdim, 1400 Avondale. Ph. 27833. St. Johns, and Ortega. Ph. Ext. '

;) Mis. Cheatham. 525 or 7-6880 Mr. E. L. Patrick i

Finn. 3 rm. apt., available after I :
Riders wanted, from Nelson and
25th Sept. Inquire 440 S. 7th '
Post McDuff and Roosevelt.
St., R. D. Sweet. I 0800 to 1030. Ph. Ext. 8137 Mr. j
Unfurn 2 bdrm. house 3132 Roach 0)
a St. Ph. 8-4855' G. W. Paulten. .
Ride wanted to and from Green $ 1

Cove, 0730 to 1600. Ph. 2-3430,
1 bdrm., 2942 Dellwood Mr. Pat
Green Cove 6263, Clarence

For Rent turn garage apt. I(8.00 Amos ,-

per wk. 1623 McDuff Ave. Ph. Ride wanted from Murray Hill,
2-0850. Palaris and Cassett, 0745: to If
1630. Ph. 2.3758, Leonard Kellogg L.t"
: equity in 5 rm. house 642

Meteor St., Murray Hill, E. H Ride wanted, from Neptune Beachto f,.,..
Newton( NAS Hospital, 0800 to 1630.

Unfurn. 3 bdrm. )hdu*e, Doctor's Ph. 49 or Jax Beach 5-3217. ",, _.

Inlet Ph. 8.4833, Mrs. Baxley. Mrs. Maye Edmunds.
: .
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, 4721 Ulmer Ride wanted, from 3227 Plum St.,

Ave., Ortega Manor. Ph. NATTC 1730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 8402 or

Exchange, Mrs. Lanm. 2-8176, Miss Caldwell.

2 bdrm. house, 4S35 Cardinal Lost, Thursday possibly: around METROPOLITAN CIIAMPIONS-Presenling: trophies for capturing: the Jax Metropolitan League
Blvd Ph. 83-797. Mrs F. E. BOQ Visor Hat, name inside. crown and third place in the Duval County tourney to the 0 & R Softball team is Capt. Leonidas
I Coates, 0 & R officer. Accepting the award is team manager Luther Steel. Team members are
Sawyer. Ph. Ext. 306 231 SBOQ. Lt.
or (left to right), Martin: Ilackett Cliff Wolff, Marv Atkinson James Williams, Gary Phlpps Wilton _I
3 bdrm. house, $13.80.: 4251 Tim- I J. L. McShane. Marco arrell Spang, Kill Ballard: and Leo Kelley.


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