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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-10 No. 26 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 2 Oct. 1952


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Morals Essay RegistrationFor




Writers Have CollegeStudy




Until Nov.1 Oct. 9

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Navy and Marine Corps Registration in the college

personnel at NAS Jackson- extension courses is scheduledfor

ville have until November 1 aIw Thursday, October 9, it

to enter the Morals l Essay has been announced by Lt.
:Max. J Ilanke Informationand
Contest now in progress.The I I ,
II Education officer i at
first ten place winners I NATTCenter.

will receive valuable prizes, and
Personnel Interested in registering -
outstanding essays will be published .
: for one or more of the
in the Jax Air News.
courses offered can do so anytime
There may be a chance that the
between the hours of 1500 to 200)
essay awarded first place will receive
at the NATTCenter Technical Library -
nationwide recognition and
Building 501.
publication. on ,
Three Courses St
HELICOPTER REPAIR-
Interested personnel will find Three courses definitely set for
Work has already begun on re
background material in the station the curriculum this semester are
pair and overhauling of helicopters
library and in editorialsthat United States History, General
at O & R. In top photo
have appeared in the Air Psychology and Effective Speak-
an 1IKS-1 (rescue) 'copter is
News. Copies of issues There is ,
past may Gerald Hasinskl ing. a strong possibility
being repaired by -
+ be obtained at the Air'News Office depending on the availability of
AN, and civilian James
Building 930. Participants Nelson. In bottom photo two the instructors, that Basic Mathematics

should also consult their DivisionO Allowing Personnel Management,
men do a little testing -
f fi i c e r s for suggestions and a ends of each rotor to tick Principles of Accounting and Eng-

guidance. track- lish I will also be included.
a stretched canvas on a
Essays must be between 300 Ing pole makes a mark on the John E. Miklos, representativeof

and 800 words in length, and canvas from which can be determined the General Extension Division

written on one side of 8 x 101 straight I path of of I
paper. They may be typed or blades. Seth Reece revs up an : registration and to offer

written in ink, but must be leg IC iirr. ; ,; k.... HRS-1 while Ray Morkin and guidance and information, to any-

ible. The writer should includehis Kd: Smith steady the tracking one interested in college work.

name, rate and duty station. On Small Scale pole. Takes! 15 Per ('la"8
Work Already Begun r
l It Is stressed that those who desire -

All essays must be on the gen Public InvitedTo to take the courses shouldbe

eral theme of "Moral Values" To Begin full Scale Work : present on the registration date
and be submitted in sealed envelopes All Fliers'Home to enroll. If less than 15 stu-

through division officersor dents that
petition a course
unit commanders to the Essay ContestsAll course will not be offered. .
Contest Committee. Chap I Ilain.s Soon On Here I
Helicopters Jax Navy home football Since the Navy has discontinuedIts
Office, Building 750, NAS.
games, to be played at NAS, will program of financial assistance

before November 1. Full scale production on repair and overhaul of helicopters be open to the public. it will be necessary for all

Judges appointed from the is due to begin in approximately two months at the The announcement was'made I taking the courses to personallystand

commands concerned by the Overhaul and Repair department, it has been announced.The this week by Capt. Burnham C. the full cost. A course

Commanding Officer, Naval Air Emergency and Repair McCaffree, NAS commanding worth three hours of college credit
tical of them.
Station, will award prizes for division at O&R has been repair- use officer, who has extended an will meet for 2 1/2 hours one

originality, content and methodof ing 'copters on a small scale for open invitation to all those who night each week for 16 weeks,
SHEET METAL work, mechanical -
presentation. the last six months. wish to see games here. and will cost 1600. Students
S t *
work, and engine overhaulis
This: assembly line will handleat must also finance their own textbook
to
Civilians will be admitted
Wrist watches will go. to 1st being done in the one small
least four different kinds of the station beginning at 1300 via. material.
and 2nd place winners; camerasto shop. With the intended expan-
3rd and 4th place; pen and "windmills, IIUPS (utility), sion, the division will be able to the main gate. Traffic will be (Please turn to Page 3, Col. 1)
H O S (observation) and two .
routed to the football
directly I
pencil sets to 5th and 6th place; accommodate many more craft
rescue craft, HRS-1 and HRS-2,
field where there will be ample
a cigarette lighter to 7th and 8th of this type.In Weather Outlook
place and a key chain for 9th officals report.. Flight Test the "eggbeaters", parking. Outgoing traffic will be

and 10th place. as they are sometimes referredto routed through both the Main Friday-Fair with light southerly -

Officers are not eligible for 'CANNABOLIZING" parts are revved up regularly, with- and North gates immediately winds.

prizes, but will receive medalsfor from wrecked or obsolete planesto mechanics tracking rotar bladesto following the game. Saturday-Cloudy with mod-
others is just one of the jobs The Fliers their first erate southwesterly winds.
first, second and third place. make sure that each blade fol- play
performed by the Emergency and lows in the path of others. Flight home game with NAS Patuxent I' SundayShowers, moderate

Repair crew. Switching parts I (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) I River Saturday at 1400. southwesterly winds. r
from a partially i demolished

Fire Plevenl.ionVeek plane to another hull, or simply

repairing them is, right now, the I Personnel Can Aid In Station Traffic SurveyA

work.
major 'copter I _
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Is Here, At present five planes are un- traffic survey of the Naval of the City Jacksonville.. Personnel are encouraged to

dergoing repairs. After work is Air Station proper and adjoining Consisting of traffic movements offer ideas and suggestions for

completed the finished productis physical layouts, control improving traffic conditions at
Why Not Make If transferred to Flight Test for areas is being conducted by devices, actions and attitudes particular points to the Safetythe

testing and rechecking. The 'cop- Safety Division of the station of vehicle drivers, this investigation Division, Building 907. All i

ter is then RFI (ready for issue) in' co-operation with the will lead to continuing suggestions wilL be given con \

All The Year and is sold or transferred to a Traffic Engineers department traffic improvements. slderatlon.a. .

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-, To Begin ,Full I Report From Washinglon' '!

Liii XffljLflW3 Contnued from Page 1)
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Smaller Down
Test pilots take off from the PaymentsBy :

O&R ramp while making their

Published every Thursday lor Navy activities at Naval Air tests, thereby causing no troubleto
Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS JacksonvilleCapt. the Operations duty runways. Vets For New Homes/, ji jiBy

Burnham C. McCaffree.._____.......Commanding Officer *
Comdr. James H Armstrong.____...._..:..Executive OfficerLt. LT. HUBERT Glenzer, flight ( Armed Sortie Press ServlCI)
Dave Barksdale.._______ Public Information Officer Smaller down payment requirements by veterans purchasing new 't
Fleet Air Jacksonville test officer and sole helicopter homes have been announced by the Veterans Administration. The

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison '''0'' .. ....m... .. n',__"". .....Commander pilot aboard the station, recently reductions came about with government suspension of Regulation X,
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_______ __.Chief of Staff proved the value of these. rescue which had imposed emergency restrictions on -down payments andyearstopay
t Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born_. ... ....,._. ....,......._om_'Commander craft when he took one of the I for new private hous wetok this fall, the Joint Congressional 1
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton__ _ Chief Staff Officer overhauled windmills into a ing. Under the new ruling vet Atomic Energy Com-
erans will not have to pay any .
Capt. Edwin R.Naval P< Comdr. Richard S. Stuart___..____..Executive Officer two air force men who had force- $7,000 or less; only $500 for homesIn observers of the U. S. government ..i
Naval Hospital landed their plane in the swamp. the $10,000 class. Biggest cut and members of Task!
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .._Commanding Officer backs occurred in the $15-20,000 Force 132 will be present at the
Capt. T. F.: Wemert_,__._..___.._..__..____Execute Officer These "eggbeaters" are of the tests.
Down : this
category. payments n
NARTU same type now being used in .
Capt. Easton B. Noble...._.....__......._.Commanding Officer Korea for : class have been sliced between
troop '
Comdr. Anthony Trusso__._._. Executive Officer transport, evacuation $1,800 and 4380. AM order for the first l<>ng-
rescue and observation. I ISe'eral range jet penetration fighters has 1
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station of the craft, of been placed with the McDonnell
Jacksonville.I Florida I and pilnted commercially with l non-approprlated funds property The U: a will try to detonate"an -1'
lit no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-t5. Rev. the US Marines have been, or: explosion greater than has Aircraft Corp., St. Louis! Mo.,
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed flee of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Reserve Tialnlng Unit Nasal Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. soon will be in combat. ever been set off before" at Enl- builders of the F-101. The planes,
Naval Hospital. which probably will not come off
F.ditor-Andrt'w H. Planey the assembly line for 18 months,
Staff Members: Ed Nellist. J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave
Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams SA; Helen / will be used in escorting jet bomb- \.
Harper. 'It Jllrl4 4'tC eta 'lite '16u -"" 'iII <4ad ers to distant targets. -1.? "
The JAX AIR NEWS' Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS *
material appearing' In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe I dlcodld utc 6cdlt
4INJbt1
wiltlen 1 permission of Armed Force Press Senlce.J Republication of other we d oje Construction Mill begin early
matter except by Ferv'ce' publications, Is prohibited\ permission of
Editor JAX AIR KEUS. next year on a permanent build-
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension -. ing for the Adjutant General
8184 and 216. School and Finance School Ft.

Honor Integrity- Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Con-
Courage- -Loyalty-
I 1 gress approved a $5,000,000 appropriation ..

Voice Belief In Qualities That Make I 1 x RY which will for graduate the two approximately schools- .

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America Great, and Live The BeliefThis i schools have 12,750 moved yearly.eight Both times ,

since their inception.
( is the twelfth of a series of articles in connection with rti's. .

the service-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards). Operational control of N8'Yand

Captain Burnham C. McCaffree 1s Air Force facilities at White ';';

Everybody believes in something. What's wrong with AI Sands Proving Grounds, Las ., .
letting others know it? ; Cruces, N. M., has been placed ..\::, :- .
Americans, descended from those rugged pioneers who I under the Department of the : i
built a nation out of a wilderness by a faith in God abettedby t Army. Concentration of this W;
a confident sense of righteousness, have the deserved reputation activity is expected to result in ';Y'
of not being afraid of anything. closer coordination among: the ,-',..,

Why then, blessed with fearlessness by tradition, are } military services in guided missile ,>;'
*o many of us afraid of openly showing our faith in the very I IV Ir research and testing pi ej- '"

principles that made this country great? We are all too ready ects. .I,
to call such open demonstration "flag vaving'V or "strictlysentiment"
We mistake unashamed avowel for weakness, a The Navy Mill offer WO-1 rankto
I 138 E-6s and E-7s within a
individual freedom.
Jack of discipline for
short time. From April through
July a BuPers selection board
Nothing could be more wrong. Nothing could better .'
studied evaluation sheets
and
please our enemies who know full well the value of open records -
demonstrations, and encourage it in compulsory youth or- of more than 6,000 regularand

ranizations, enforced militarism, mass rallies, and every New Collection System I reserve first class and chief
I petty officers. The result was a
propagandic device known to man. By these means they
achieve kind of nationalistic morale brutally conceived to Credit Union I warrant officer eligibility list of
whip the minds of the people into acceptance of a Speeds Transactions; 095 names. The Navy is prepared
totalitarianism \ to
accept a maximum of 850 new
intolerable to free-born and free-bred
In this country we don't do things that way. We respect Designates Department Collectors warrant officers this fiscal year. y'

to highly the rights of the individual, sometimes we A_ new collection system recently !I I
overlook our individual obligation to return a wholehearted initiated by the Jax Navy way interfere with normal work Smoking in bed
and natural respect to the government that honors us. To a Federal Credit Union will enable schedules. The collector agents I
democracy that does not compel religious affiliation, but members to make deposits and will conduct Credit Union bus Doesn't PayIn ,"\ I
which rightfully expects its citizens to know light :from take advantage of other Credit iness before working hours, dur- I
:wrong and act accordingly. To a Constitution which does Union services without leaving ing rest periods and lunch hours the Brig you <
not compel patriotic demonstrations, but by, protecting in- their: own departments. and following working hours at ,
dividual rights deserves and expects loyalty, honor and truth Collector agents, already ap- their discretion. It is strongly Smoke only 4 a day!

from all. pointed in some departments by emphasized that members should
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the Board of Directors, are auth- not request the collector agentsto
Every; time we properly salute the Stars and Stripes:: or orized to accept applications for handle such business where BLOOD BANK
land at attention during the rendering of the Star Spangled membership and loans, collect either party is on the job.
Banner, we are showing our faith in America. Everytime we payments on shares and loans Overhaul and Repair agents BOX SCORE
the church of choice to in the service kneelin
enter our join or and otherwise represent the appointed include: Dorothy
prayer, we are demonstrating our faith in God. These are Credit Union. Leonard of Accessories Division; No. Quota rerSch. -
simple matters, but vital to the welfare of our country. These transactions will in no Louise Davis, Hangar 122; E. L. Met cent
We like to say we, as a people, can lick anything we Story Hangar 123; Mary E. Dun- Brig ..._.._ 0 8 OO.O
tackle. We say it not with arrogance, but with self-confidence bar Personnel and Shop Person- Medical __ 2 3 1M.0
sprung from faith. Faith in self. Faith in country. Faith in 1C DIVINED nel Supervisors Anthony F. Fra- FAW 11 ._... 13 19 146.1

,God.Faith gale and Joseph F, O'Connell. Opere ....._... 12 15 125.0 .
can also be translated as belief, and belief as CSERVICESJ'( ) Office In Building Comm. ._... 4 5 120.0
morale. The chaplains in the Armed Services are not there as Public Works will be repre- NA'ITC ....253 302 110.t
a gesture to convention. They know that a man without be- Protestant sented by James C. Keene; In- Spec. Serv .. 4 4 100.0
lief is a man who will crack up under strain. A man without 0800-General Communion Service dustrial Relations by Susan Oeh- Admin. 3 3' 100.0

belief is the weakest part of his unit. An army or a navy Sunday Small Chapel. ler; Supply (South Warehouse IRD ...".".... 2 2 100.0
:without belief is a defeated. army, a defeated navy. 0830-All Saints Chapel. Area) by Virgil L. Hilliard; Cecil Dental _... 1 1 100.
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.093CT Field by James'L. Phillips of the NARTl1 .... 7 6 85.7
Belief-faith-morale. They are all the same. They'renil ..Sunday School. Supply Department there, and Res. Fleet .. B5 68 80.0
important, to the individual, to the nation. 1045-All..Saints. Chapel. Trout River Navy Fuel and Oil Pub. Works 24.. 12 M.O
Let us openly demonstrate the bold pride that reveals us Terminal by Robert B"' Robertson. ComFafrJax 94 U 43.8

to the world as a strong people defending a strong nation. 0800-0900-1000 Catholic-Mass St. Ed- o & R .._....110 49 42.6 ;
Let us "keep our hands clean" at all times, avoiding whatis ward's Agents for other sections and Green Co\'e. 35 14. 40.0 ;;.
Chapel.
wrong or destructive to self as we would avoid a booby- other departments will be ap- Cecil Field. 16 5 31.2 ,)'
0645-Mass
trap set by our enemies. Let us voice our belief in the qual- at Hospital Chapel. pointed shortly. In the mean- Marines ...... 10 3 30.0 '

ities that made America great-courage, honor, loyalty, in- Mormon time, employees can contact their Supply ._..... 21 0 0.0 .
tegrity-and live in that belief. 1930TuesdayNATTC Chaplain's shop personnel supervisor for Hospital..... 21 0 0.0 ;.
By so doing we need never worry about morale, for office.CbrMlan names of their collector agentsor Engineers .. 13 0 0.0 af''
morale will be inbedded so deeply in our hearts it will be as Iute.I900TuesdayNATTC. call at the Credit Union Officein
Fla.Mil.Dlst. 5 0 0.0
natural shall have need to ask ourselves Chaplain's Building 40 between
as breathing. no 1530 and
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AIM .. ...._...4 0 0.0
what do I believe in, or even, do I believe in anything? office. 1730 en Thursdays and Fridays. .

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Suddenly It's San Diego
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i. And You Think You've Had Sudden TransfersNaval iHosPITA 1 1 : b '



...: MAINSIDE personnel sometimes ders to San Diego were rethe 6th Naval District commercial HEADLINESThe

I;;\. complain about sudden transfers ceived by the Flag Administrative transportation officer
Thursday Oct. 2
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: Unit at 1400, Sept. 17: LT. PEARCE ARRIVED at -
Adventures of Captain Fabian.__ but it is doubtful that any
Unit personnelmen began Imeson airport at 1545.
r"" / _.__.__............Errol Flynn of them was ever transferred following personnel changes
1605 his
preparing further orders. At plane departed.
f" have been effected within the past
\i. Friday, Oct. 3 as suddenly as Lt. Frank L. Commercial airline reserva Touched down at Atlanta,

;Fabulous SenioritaE.strat .__._..-_..._.___ 6th NaGa.. week at the Naval Hospital.Ens. .
J/: Pearce, Jr., assistant maintenance Lions were made by the and changed planes.
;, __ ta Rodriquez Jean Paul Hirsch accepted
,t.. supply officer for Comval District Transportation ofTouched down at New Orleans -
from Chief Hospital
Saturday, Oct. 4 llc r. La, and changed planes appointment
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville
The Rains Came .... Power Corpsman. Ens. Hirsch just "got
.Tyrone"
Lt. Pea r fr e went home, Touched down at Dallas,

Sunday, Oct. 5 was last week packed and returned to the Tex., and changed planes.IN under the gun" on this commission : -

8 AssIgnment-Pans ._.....-......-..__ RAPID-FIRE sequence, administration building. Arrived at destination, San he was 32 years of age on

..__...._...._.Dana Andrews here is Pearce's schedule in a His travel request was issued Diego, Calif., at 0200, on Sept. Sept. :22.

Monday, Oct. 6 few hours after his TAD orand orders were endorsed by 18. Received on board for duty

were: Lt. Mildred A. DeLlsa from
! My Wife's Best Friend -
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.......__...--......Anne Baxter -- -- I Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, and
-4 Special ServicesBulletin Lt. (jg) Andrew A. Palatka, from
1'ues.-Wtd:, Oct. 7 & 8 T
T National Naval Medical Center,
,. Against All Flags .n' Errol Flynn
" Bethesda, Md., and Lcdn CharlesD.

NATTCENTER -- Adams from New York.
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i Thursday, Oct. 2 *
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J :i Monkey Business --_.Cary Grant I I"y Rg' FOOTBALL Oft. 4 Departures Included: Lt. 0 j jg)
NAX Patuxent v* Jax Navy
9" .' Friday, Oct. 3 II DANn: Fen w 1 c k L. "Watts to Cherry:;

;F. The. Rains Came ....Tyrone Power BLUE BAKROX. BAND Point, N. C.; Lt. (Jg) James D.:
.'1<' Monday, Oct. 6 NA1'TC-2000
;, Saturday, Oct. 4 Tuesday, Oct. 7 Malnslde--2cXW Hodnett to Naval Medical Center.
; Wednesday, Oct. 8. .'O' Club..-2000(
I \t'. Fabulous Seniorita .. ._ -- BOXING Bethesda, Md.; Lcdr. Francis E.

: ....._.Esttalita Rodriquez 10 bouts Thursday, Oct. 9. NATTC Lusk to MSTS Atlantic for duty;
t Arena. 1930. Sunday, Oct. 5 Jax Navy vs Charleston NOB Lt. Ida C. Patrick to NAS Jax..

t r : South of Caliente.... Roy Rogers ,. : BOWLING Ott. i for duty In Infirmary.

Fasron 51 ORC. Inst *
vs
Mon_Tues., Ovt. 6 & 7
VJ 62 vs Special Service*
:4 -8 Assignment-Pans ......... ..... .- ,J VP 741 0.1 vs OAG I Received for duty from Hospital .

f. _.._..Dana Andrews Fasion 6 No. 2 vs Medico I Corps School, Portsmouth, Va.,
VJ 2 vs Pill Rollers Walter C. Rose UN Dili
were ;
Oct. 8
't. Wednesday, FAW 11 vs Dental
.: Wife's Best Friend Oct. I mus W. Barnett, HN; David C.
My Fasron 6 No 1 vs Marines
..._-__ Anne Baxter Fasron 109 vs VP 861 Gaines, HA; Paul J. Hoffman( ,

't-,; NAVAL- HOSPITAL Operations Oct.vs t Blood Bank HA: Richard S. Czekaj, IIA; PaulK.

; VJ 2 vs Dental Clary, HN; Gary Y. Given, HN;

k; Thursday, Oct. 2 PilliRollers vs Inst.TOUCH OJKJ. Clifford Granger, HN, and Richard .

t Iff: Because of You Loretta Young ." .. ----v- PullingHM3.
Oct. S
. .. Friday, Oct. 3 CLOSE CHECK-Lt. jg) Allan Potter and Jack Frost, AMC, VP 741 vs Fasron 6Oct. Red Cro s Note
Belle Le Grand _Vera Ralston check for nicks in the port prop blade of a NATTCenter Beach- 7
.,. 1w Sat.-Sun., Oct. 4 & 5c. craft prior to a hop. Potter, a veteran aviator with 4,000 hours in VJ. 62 .0(vs'.. t Hospital The dance Tuesday night, Sept

Monkey Business ....Cary Grant the air, is officer-in-charge of the Center Operations department oar VI Marines 30, was as usual, the highlightin
: tasron 109( vs NARTU
Oct. 6 which has responsibility of proficiency training of an average of Od. t the patient's monthly recrea-
I Monday, 42 pilots per month. Fasron 51 vs Supply Music
South of Caliente._ Roy Rogers f'O 861 vs Fallon 6OTLLY tion program. was pro-
I L'. : BAIL vided by the NAS Band and even
': r4 Tuesday Oct. 7 Four Men Four Craft With a MissionNATTCenter Week *f Oct. S
... Fabulous Seniorita __ Fasron 6 vs Fasron 51 those patients in wheelchairs and

j ........_Estralita Rodriquez VP Operations 861 vs vs Faxron Marines 109 casts found It Impossible to keep '
OAR vs VP 741 Bomber fingers and toes still. The charm
Oct. 8 OperationsIs
r Wednesday, VJ 62 vs VP 741 Gators

:;\: ASiign'ment-Paris ___.-.,- .. Supply 741 Bombers vs vs Special ServicesVP VP 861 ing young ladies from the Eccel-

',,\,0 ._._.Dana Andrews VP 741 Gators vs Supply ectic Club were the keynote to a
Fasron 109 vs VJ 62 evening and we are grateful -
I joyful
: Small Unit With Big JobFour Special Services vs Operations
OAR Marines vs vs Fasron Vasron 51TENN1i 6 to each of them and to their

/ sponsors, Mrs. Becker and Mrs.

'1-t men, four aircraft, and VJ 62 Oct.vs 4 Hospital Wynn, for he 1 pin g 'make our
at the Center This problem can
Oct. 7
S fJ.,.,t;y the mission, 'To report to and I get acute with the pilots servingin VJ 62 Ott.v* I Hospital dances successful.. .

:' G JI-S act under the executive officer,, various activities of the com Special Service vs VP 741Oct. '
< 511'1.1 t Recently some of the wards
be responsible for the operationof mand. Special Services VI VP 741
I have enjoyed the piano music of
HOBBY SHOPTuesday
aircraft, safety of flight, and Pilots have to get their flight lhru Friday.... 1400-2200
Davis. She will
'.c: and ......... .OHoo-2200) :! :Miss Jacklyn per-
Good music, atmosphere -is the time in, but the ground' trainingof Saturday
the training of pilots; Sunday and Monday .. Secured form at least one Saturday afternoon .
fellowship made last Friday'sdance the Students is the primary .
sum total of the business of the each month. Watch the
a a success. Credits for ar- mission of NATTCener. If the
:
busiest small department of the Private Boats ward bulletin board for the dateof
rangements go to the committee flight training of the pilots con-
.: of six who are John Colvin, Ken Naval Air Technical Training flicts with this program, the her visit. Her program is an

r McDuffie, Harry Hard wick, Center. flight has to be re-scheduled. Allowed HereIf "all request" one.
y' Now that football season has
= Oretha Wilkins and Frank and Directly under the supervsionof *
Lucille Wood. arrived, personnel will want to
the Executive Officer, the Operations This problem has been some- RegisteredIf
join us in predicting the winner.
dressed formally
The ladies who I
what alleviated schedulingthe
by
department has assum
Gray Ladies are in the wards each
effect
.;; provided a rainbow pilots, who are students in you have a boat aboard the
ed and is carrying out the re- Monday with lists of the games to
l:. on the dance floor. the various schools of the Cen- station and have not registeredit
be Too there
sponbility of the proficiency played. are always
i, Gloria Thornton resigned last ter, on Friday afternoons and orr with the Yard Office, chancesare additional contest sheets in
{ week from her Receipt Control training of an average of 42 pilots weekends. The other pilots get that it Is no longer where your

(.., position. matrimony and C Ut per month. their time as the requirementsof you left it. recreation office which, you may
Don't to turn
pick forget
up.
fornia are her plans. Mary E. their individual duties allow. The*Security department has
them In not later than Friday aft
t Robinson transferred to Cecil This also entails the duties of Add 'it all together again: four picked up all stray boats and ernoon. First winner of the season

; Field. Ann Thomas from Ac- handling the flight order list for men, two yeomen, one officer placed them in the station ve- was J. H. Clements, DC3,

counting and Douglas McKee, the NATTCenter plane crew- and one Chief Aviation Pilot, hicle compound. They can be retrieved Ward B2. He predicted only

;, Stock Control, resigned .Mc- men, and the other personnel, four aircraft, and not forgettingthe by a visit to the Yard three games wrong
i Kee is returning to Auburn University Office for registration.
non-pilots, engaged in aerial mission. That's the Operations
Clifford Chapman re- department of NATTCenter The Recreation Hall Is open on

signed from Storage. flights. Is intended to Saturday afternoons. Watch the
that's do- Registration
'" a little department II
Experience of the pilots
vary
I that Is televised each week.
The lunch time conference from reserves just called back ing a big job. safeguard boats against damage game
Lou Light have
Bill and Mary "The into active duty to patrol plane BOAT CHECK-Assistant Security due to storm and excess wind

daily usually concerns commanders and squadron com- officer Lcdr. Russell G. conditions.All: .

-, Farm.. They are building on a51acre manding officers with thousands Spear checks a boat at the pier military personnel are
tract in Orange Park. behind the BOQ to check its permitted
of hours in the air. With a min- registration In compliance with to keep a boat aboard the
Dreams do come true!
imum of 100 hours a year man- new regulations. station and may either be assigned .

datory for all Naval Aviators, the a berthing place at one of the

RegistrationContinued Center, operations departmenthas r y ;..fir1v appropriate piers or allowed to

to solve the problem of getting s vf Y keep the boat on a trailer Piers!

( from Page 1) flight time for 42 pilots from M s are located behind the enlisted
have been made
Arrangements four aircraft. barracks and Senior BOQ.

for students to pay $6.00 upon R .

to ',i registering, and the balance of According to Lt. (jg) Allan When registration is made, the
$10.00 within a 30-day period.
a Potter, officer-in-charge of the owner of the boat is given a
.. offered fully act -
All courses are
; department, the number one netal tag to affix to the boat and

f credited, and will be accepted by headache Is scheduling of pilotsin a I registration card to carry on
; universities and colleges +a
most r
+ hours that will not conflict : r"- s his person.
throughout the country "' : : -'
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with their departmental duties b- : .' Several good boats have been r
fc1f This program Is open to all "''''''' : '
fy1 ..':. abandoned. The Security department e
'" a.military personnel in the Jacksonville Don't Gamble With fire, K ,"p. is desirous of contacting

"" '4 area, their dependents and .,, .:: ;:
.- ; : .:l : owners so that disposition of tha
;
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"?,' civilian employes. The Odds Are Against You ,", vessels can be effected. t
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VP-86J Fasron 6, V/-62 VF-104, VC-5 Report



If Scouting Jucksonville Area Squadrons 5ZH52255ZH WAVEWAYS ]



t Patrol Squadron VP-861! 861 had its annual I Pripeton, ADC; Bob Daley, AD2; '. r Gradually, the plank-owners of. .

,r' Admlnisti'alive-Material In. John Kontz, AN and Fred Har Barracks 722 are relinquishing

,fpection Wednesday, Sept. 24. The roun, AN, are all looking to a sue their claim and departing for fur,!
CE'ssfulleason.. Entered in the
days activities began with a personal ther investment' In real estate at
intra-mural tournament all
r inspection by Captain Arthur t fs ka Latest
other Naval installations.
I matches will be played at the
S. Born, Commander Fleet Air
:Mainside tennis courts. ': brokers are Margo Morales and ;,
; Wing Eleven '
Squadron CPO's now have a Helen Dimsdale.
Inspection of all departments
rest room for the benefit of aU Margo received orders for the .
and
end divisions records spaces Ii
their ancient mariners seek- 'a ;e. Mr Ft
followed the personnel inspection. weary 9th Naval District-Great Lakes .i'
comforts of home. With such
ing
Section: Four had bag, bunk, and region. She left Tuesday, well x
facilities as lounge chairs, a ping-
locker Inspection, and the Wing'sFirst winter
for the coming
pong table, acie-ducie boards, anda equipped
Lieutenant inspected all office -
coffee-mess available, club members months-tops on her hit parade
work and
shop and spaces "
may now relax and enjoy of songs is "White Christmas
the barracks. In the afternoon,
r each aircraft was scrutinized for themselves during noon hours. Helen Dimsdale, YN2, will soon

deficiencies.All! Battling for positions on the K k dRADIOELECTRONICSExperience depart for the port of Naples,

hands had been working skeet team will be 15 contenders.By Italy, to assume duty as one of

zealously preparing for the inspection process of elimination, all the few Waves in that foreign

and it really paid off sharpshooters will have the chanceto country.

Deficiencies were few, aircraft display their talents for one _... _K, __ *

and spaces were in top condition, of 5 permanent berths. Contes- is positively the best Supply gained another member

and in general, the inspection went tants are now being accepted by teacher as students in the 12-week radio operator course being offered when Cleo Miller, SA, was relieved -
"dah-dits" first hand,
William L. Arthur, ACC, in the by Fleet Airing Eleven jet their duties
MAA
Born described his of her by
well. Captain from Chief Eldon Allgood (left) and Chief Charles Williams neV'f'f it{'
inspection of personnel and spacesas Ordinance Shop.Lt. (right). The course is designed to alle\1ate.the lack of rated men comer Dolores DeVichls, last Mon \, ,

"The best I've seen"A Horace C. Hogan, Jr., of- in the radio-electronics field. day. Other Bainbridge arrivals .

beer party was held late flcer-ln-charge of the Airframes DeSantis' first bout will take were Ann Hankhaus, Alice John-

Wednesday afternoon in the rain division will be shortly leaving thesquadron place against an ,opponent of the Fleet Air Wing 11 son and Marilyn Johnson, assigned \
and reporting to VF61at I to NAS Operations. Dona Young, s
'
to relax and celebrate. Everyonegot Fla. State Prison's boxing teamon ,
NAS Oceana, Va. CourseIn from Warsaw, Ind. completed the
pretty wet-from the rain, Oct. 4, followed up by oppon- Initiates .
that is. Now occupying the former ents of the featherweight class group.

Fasron Six nerve center offices at Hangar from NAS, Charleston, S. C., and ElectronicsA Marriage announcements for the

Fasron Six repeats a previous 115 are Supply division person- NAS, Pensacola. Previous experience month of October Include Bernice
I
J performance by again snaring top nel. Lt. Roger Bateman declares, has enabled DeSantis to be- big step forward has been' Hanson and Pat Qulnn.. Peggy j!

honors in the ComAirLant Train- "Everyone seems quite satisfiedin come a mainstay of the team. Be- taken to relieve the critical shortage Wiles of Personnel said "yes" and t

ing Program for the month of the newly created empire." fore entering the Navy, he had of rated men in the radio is now wearing the traditional dia :

July with an average of 1213r; Congratulations to Robert Hand, been a participant in Golden electronics field by Fleet Air Wing mond.

Congratulations to all hands. Let GM3, of the Ordinance Shop, now I Gloves In 1948-49. In '48 DeSantis 11 with the inlation of a 12-week Suffering defeat in last week's

t us continue keeping purselves topside the proud father of a baby girl. made an unsuccessful bid for the course for electronics strikers. volleyball engagement, the girls

of that Totem Pole. VJ-62 amateur Olympic bouts in Boston, Under the supervision of Lt.. went out to win against Atlantic

Rushing to Small Stores and VJ-62 regained a winning stridein Mass. Melvin E. 'Fox, Staff Communications Bank Monday night. Judy Davis,

purchasing new stripes with desig- six-man flag football by win- All hands hope to see DeSantis officer for Fleet Air Wing ANP) Student, was outstanding, "

nator badges these days are Eugene ning 24-0 over Fasron 51. become featherweight champ of 11, the school is already in its serving 12 consecutive times edd- rt;

Dickey, AMAN; Franklin James Rutherford, AOAA, ac- his class and distinguish himself second week, with 12 student vol ing laurels to the Waves victory. **;

Dillow, MAN: Paul Melvin, counted for three of the four as a helping asset to the NAS unteers from FAW 11 staff, VJ-2,, r

AMAN; James Campbell AMAN; touchdowns: one a 40-yard run, boxing team. VP-34, VP-45, VY-741 and VP-861 Nine glrU checked in from ,,;

Robert Worhle, AKAN; Bernard and Jerry B. Warren, AN, provided paiticlpating. Bainbridge this week to start AN :

Paley, AOAN; Robert Rose, the other TD. \F-104() SINCE the school is designed to (P) training. They were: Mary J

AOAN; and Robert Priest, AOAN. By virtue of a win over Fas- I -dr. Robert E. Seguln, skipper turn out finished radio operators, Black, Barbara Brister, from! | '.

E Supporting three green stripes are ron 51, VJ-62 regained a .500 of VF-104, celebrated his wedding the students are given a complete Jackson, :Miss.; Virginia Bowers, }

( Dale Waba, AN; Edward Toma- win-loss record for their two first anniversary last week with a party course in both "CW" and voice Sarasota, Fla; Helen Brohawn, j"j

pello, AN; Eugene Litman, AN; frays of the season. given for the pilots of his squad- procedures, plus watch' standing Baltimore Md.; Evelyn Farley, | .1
and Billy Hamer, AN. As witnessed by the victory over practice. New York City; Patricia Kincaid, .'

.i' One of the squadron's gladiators Fasron 51, VJ-662 seems to have ron.In addition to the pilots of VF- ,Before the course of instruction Merchantville, N. J.;, Nancy Me- :i

has donned a pair of mitts found an eye for victory and 104, others attending were Comdr.R. Is completed, Chief Charlie Loughlin, Portland, Oregon and i

t in the light-heavyweight bracketto hopes to remain far over the .500 P. Klein, CAG-10, and Lcdr. Williams of VP-45, from Coco sisters Carrie and Dorothy Wall, 4

join the Jax-Navy ling squad. mark for the rest of the season. Ralph E. Cheney, executive officer Solo and Chief Eldon Allgood of from Lenolr, N C. jt j .

He's Weatherlie Fisher TN. Representing VJ-62 on the NAS of the Air Group.Congratulations VP-741, instructors, intend to
Boxing Team Is Thomas C. De ,
five
to men
have actually
new operators
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The squadron tennis team of San tis, AA, fighting in the 134- who recently advanced to the rate standing watches in planes whilein puuc ..'I v '.,

i. 'William DeHart, ACC; :Mike pound featherweight class. of AN. Those adding their third flight. \ '
'
green stripe were: Arthur L. Rhu- TilE AVERAGE code speed for i
:
Season 1 .
Underway
t da, Robert G. Raney, Joseph Bar- the first week was six words per

I ocas, Edward J. Cmar, and William minute, and it is generally felt ti t-
"
Know Your Hunting Rules Dates
I. R. Patton. that the hardest part of the schoolIs i .
f" Lt.jg) Paul G. Creteau recently behind them.Additional \
Before You Take Off For Game I added his second silver bar to training is given In i":

become a "Full Bull." semaphore and international code ,
r- Dig out your oil can and your S S and the transmitters and re- <.! ,
Resident county licenses flags ,
r rifle and for game / <
shotgun and get set
I "C-3 which the novice radiomen -, :
arc $2 and resident state permits ceivers F" ir '
x the coming hunting season. '
I are $7.50. Paramount among the Issues must be able to operate ; t
f Regulations for the 1952-53 I

season are now available in being handled by the VC-5 educa- r

I,.. County Judge McKenny J Davis' tion office are queries from
office in Jacksonville. squadron personnel about the results

of the July tests. Close ;

A BRIEF RUN-DOWN on what kr y behind this topic though comes

will be permitted this year shows the problems of personnel enroll

that Marsh lIen season, which ing in BuPers correspondence rat- v : e

opened, on Sept 15 runs through ,. ing courses for almost 80% of ; )
Nov. 13, with hunting permittedevery the enlisted crew will be buckingthe L
advancement exams next January } :;
day. Doves will be in season Y+
Oct. 1 through 14 and again I 1 'J. ,
Dec. 15 to 29 with hunting everyday Promotion! ; lists of a slightly

also permitted. t different kind will soon become :
eagerly awaited for too, for seven
Every day from Nov. 17 to ,
VC-5 first class and chief ,
petty '"
Jan. 10 you can take shots at "
officers listed candidatesin :ij
are
4 as
duck and coot.
geese 'f
the limited .
current duty officer

L BUCK DEER (with one or program. .
Francis A. Parker, AOAN, has '. t tr
.
more 5-inch antler) become legal fi.t
received notice of
targets on Nov. 20 along with successfully L f. ''eat
turkey (gobblers only), quail passing USAFI high school GED t J.\$. w
tests and intends to
apply for a "t
be
and squirrel. Deer can shot '+ '"
until Jan.. 6 while the other three diploma from a Florida high (; .AFPS$ ,t, 't'
extend to Feb. 1. school. He was a student in Mass- > .: ,' t

0/'.. Full data on day and season achusetts before entering the Na DANCER-Ann Miller, MGM '

;:'. bag limits, trapping, bow and arrow ANNUAL INSPECTION-Capt. Arthur S. Born, Commander vy.Another star, demonstrates the Interest-
hunting and a lot of other Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Inspects crew of VP-861 during the an- person recently passinga ing faculties that make her one .
nual administrative Inspection last Wednesday. Accompanying test was James R. of the best terpsichorean artists :'
Haggerty
gt Information can be gleaned from Captain Born Is Comdr. William E. Bonvillian, squadron CO and in the cinema-that mean's ;
the regulations. Lcdr. Robert Olson, executive offfeer. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) she's a dandy dancer! 1

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ftd :P" Cited For


SALTY HUMOR FROM .K Air ActionAt

:;M1 HERE AND THERE last Friday's personnel Inspection -

of the Jacksonville Na-
: "Remember the time," reminisced
val Air Reserve Training Unitat
the boss to his secretary, "when
Hangar 113, a gold star in lieu
Somebody stole your typewriter,,
of his sixth Air Medal was pre-
And we didn't miss it for a
{. '" sented to Lt. Leonard G Wisnyl
] week?,
s by the commanding officer of
*
i.(
.....
\ I.::, Shoe Salesman, who has ---'- -'-" NARTU, Capt Easton B. Noble.
HURRICANE HUNTERS-Before -
t "',. dragged out half his stock to woman taking off for San Juan Lt. Wisnyi recently: returned

w: ;, customer: ."Mind if I rest from where they went off on from a tour of duty aboard the
"'ii, a few minutes, lady Your feet their discovery of Hurricane carrier USS Antietam in Korean
"Charlie", members of crew
waters. It while aboard the
are killing me. was
their
six of VJ-2 check out
'. NY-2. Top left is I cdr, Rob- carrier that he won his latest

'F Examiner: Who was your mother ert Doherty, ,pilot: center is ; '" .& award.

before she was married T Arnold right Farley is ,William AL1, radarmanand Russell, 1'iiJ. < The citation, signed by the

r Applicant: I didn't have any plane captain. In bottom photoLt. : : ". commander of the Seventh Fleet,
mother before she was married. Jim Tenbrink reads off a *[ \ Vice Admiral R. P. Brisco, readsin
dispatch to Lt. Bill Moehle 1t f"h" '> ,\ part:
,/
,
who plots on the squadron kr' .
,' "For meritorious achievement
SN: I suppose all geniuses are weather map. "" : .
conceited. \ while participating in aerial
p are
\, Y ; R1 flight as pilot of a jet type fight
; Chief: Some of them but VJ-2 Hunters < '
: (. I'm not. \ : er aircraft in Fighter Squadron
< 837, Air Group 15, attached to the
': Find Report'Cane'Charlie' USS Antietam. On 9 Dec. 1951,
1/'I : r Girl: Gosh, it's past midnight. \ : "
: ., You'd better get going. :4f2and
', Chinese Communist forces, Lt.Wisn'i .
-, Sailor: Okay. Turn out the i 1:'
; led his division on a
,i" Hurricane Hunters of Weather :" "
.ghtS. i fighter sweep of airfields and reconnaissance -
,
':: ". ,- Squadron Two of Jax encountered :" of roads and rail-
: : Husband (In bed with his golf their third hurricane of the ;
*7",. roads in the area from Chongjin
't: clubs "Well said I had to week.Hurricane < .
) : you season last north to Hoeryong on the Yalu

choose, didn't you?" "Charlie", however, River. :.
was not located in the usual .

"How did your brother dfe?" manner. Usual reports of suspic- Barron Due Here

"He fell through some scaf- ious areas are given by either Four Donors Join

folding." land stations or ships at sea and Half-Gallon Club; '
"What was he doing up there?" the
then investigated by
are
StandBlue Total To 9
f? till, "Being hanged. ." "Hunters" to ascertain the inten- For Three-Night Bring

sity of the storm. But in this Following are the recognized

i, The civil service applicant applied case the "Hunters" were dis- Barron, creator of the I members of the NAS Jax Half-
t for a position in the diplomatic patched to a given point and "Music of Yesterday and Today" reer while attending Ohio University Gallon Club. These people
where he played with vari-
+ l, corps. failing to find the storm there brings his band to the Naval Air. have donated at least four
,",_ J'What makes you think you are set out to look for it. Station for a three-night stand ous college outfits. Sensitive to pints of blood to the Armed
the value of polish and showman-
"
,
'qualified? asked.
..J... he was next week Forces Blood Donor Center
I, ". "I've been married 20 found it several hundred ship, he rebelled against the ex-
; years, They will at' here
6 he
1L' Monday, Oct. play of most bands and
;,,. ':') ; he answered modestly, "and myI miles' north of the area where it NATTCenter's auditorium, Tues cessive blaring music mellow Thomas C. Perkins NAS
.J'::':;" '.,,,,wife still thinks I have a sick was supposed to be. When first day at Mainslde and Wednesdayat stylized his along Communications
'$, ; "Charlie" several lines, achieving instant popularity
friend. noticed was
the "0" Club. Dance time is band James E. Mayo, ANOverhaul -
his -
:1'1t Hand-picking personnel
hundred miles north of the Ba- & Repair

I '', A newspaper got a call from a hamas, close enough to cause 2090.Barron started his musical ca- with meticulous care, Barron Kelly B Smith, AM2-First
..- woman who wanted her spouse's concern here at Jacksonville. The ended up with only top flight mu- Lieutenant's Office

'It name put in the obituary column Station was placed in Condition tracking all suspicious areas. sicians and entertainers. His vo- Harold V. Smith, AK3-

, ," i because she caught him kissing II and remained in that status until The unit works in close con- cal staff Includes Betty Clarke NATTCenter

. .f ,;. 'his secretary. all danger had passed. junction with the weather stationat Bill Marshall, The Three Blue Marvin F. Apple, A02-
1, ': "How long has he been dead?" The 'cane however swung out Miami and has a detachment Notes, Jimmy McDonald and the NATTCenter

\'T.......: "He starts tomorrow:' to sea and disappeared to the located at San Juan, P. R. The Barron Glee Club.. William S. Heffernan, MRC
t .."?.... r aT north. six crews which make up the -Sub Group 3, Green Cove
'e'j:) ,'' "What kind of oil do you use squadron alternate each week on Lift Formosa Kin Ban Springs '

;'. In your car, Bill?" VJ-2 is the only weather the San Juan assignment with Taipei, Formosa (A*PS) -The Lt Howell R. Fellows-

;1 ::0, a "Oh, I usually start by telling squadron operating on the east each unit remaining there for .ban restricting dependent tra\'E'lln Overhaul & Repair

\,'iftf.i.Irthem, how lonely I am." c 0 a stand is responsible for two weeks. Nationalist China haw teen lifted, William A. Gesell, FN-Sub

i" "...,f'O" permitting U. S. dependents of the Group 2, Green Cove Springs
.:'*4t' Picked Up By German Sub Off Carolina American military assistance advisory Leroy Jones, AM2: -Fasron

.:i' group on Formosa to be 9, Cecil Field
{ First U. S. Prisoner of War Has Genuine re-united with their families hem

'.. The announcement, made by MaJ.

: Appreciation For American Freedom Gen. William Chase, Is expected to AA Gains Vote

bring the first group of dependents -

_ f l 01";tt": It was ten years and five 3') > a' t gave me my fill of subma by November As Honor Man

." ;' months ago on the morning of rines." The sub stalked up and Belgium before the war At AN SchoolHonor

i ',t: April.30, 1942, that a small Navy down the East Coast and fired Lt. Carter said that he prob-
';, anchor at Hat- torpedoes on one occasion. It finally man of the Airman Pre
: yacht pulled Cape ably would not have survived If
I teras, North Carolina and made worked its way down the paratory School at the Naval Air
it hadn't been for the ten-pound
,j coast and over the ocean to the Center this i
: dull doleful Technical Training
: way to sea into a, package of food sent into the
"' famous German sub base at St. week is Donald H. Smith, Airman
morning.
camp by the American Red Cross
Nazaire France. "I'll never for-
.
ci ci9 Apprentice.Don
It seemed to be any other routine every week.
: get in all life the happinessI
day for patroling along the my completed the Prep School
'r... < ; felt when we first saw the red-
Atlantic coast to ,the, crew of the Carter and the other prisonerswere with a final average of 91.15
I \ SS Cythera. It would have been \ \ Y : topped houses and green hills of moved a little ahead on a which topped. all other averagesof
"
: :', : normal too, were it not for a that port city*, he. commented.. forced march of 100 miles across I the 359 students in hu class.Entering .

1 izl., German submarine lurking along He and his shipmate were soon Germany. At the city of Lubeck, _, the
"? the East Coast at that time. separated, with Lt. Carter being Germany, they could go no further v ." Navy in April,
; ,* a moved to Paris and thence to a because of the sea and so were 1952, he was

,,"" ; ; "I t was roughly 2100", recalls North Sea German naval base. liberated in that city after spend- sent to Bainbridge -

'r the then Chief Pharmacists Mate The other man was sent to Poland ing exactly three years and two ;J) Md, for

;:\,1; r and now Lt. Charles H. Carter, and from there was put to workIn days as a German'war prisoner, : boot camp and

,. : Medical Service Corps officer at Lt Carter the salt mines The two men After returning to this country, :1' upon comple- ,
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,
Center, "when" my Commanding The man was sick from swallowing : in the service. first American captured by the I '_ to school

Officer end,I were on the bridge oil and salt water f Upon arriving at the naval Germans fighting under the Smith here at the

of the ship. A torpedo blast shook 'base, Lt. Carter was given sol- American flag., I Center..
'i'. the small craft and we were Hauling his shipmate upon the itary confinement for 12 weeks He later learned that his ship- Before entering the service, he

knocked to the floor." Shortly after raft, Lt. Carter and the other survivor with black bread and a bowl of mate, captured with him, was lib- attended Ohio State University

( '4 the blast, Lt. Carter fell off peered through the dark- turnip soup as his daily diet. A erated in Russia. I for two years where he was a pre-

'what was left-of the bridge and ness in vain for other survivors. German prison near Bremen was Aa Lt Carter puts it, "The only I I vet medical major

managed to cling to a raft that ,After the sub surfaced, they the next stop for him' and here good; thing that came out of my Don's next assignment will be

had broken loose from,the ship. were ordered aboard. Then be- he was interviewed by German of- being a war prisoner was the mastery In Memphis, Tenn., as he was selected -

Looking across the' oil slick, gan 27 days of undersea cruising ficers who spoke fluent English of German language, and a to attend the Aviation

; '.through which bits of ship wreckage which, as he put It, "was the One Interrogator had been a salesman genuine appreciation of the rightsof Electronlcsman School in that ,

L ;'ri ,";- protruded, he noticed one surf worst experience rd encountered, for an American company in an American citizen." city.
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Marine MitimeR


Top WhitehalsIn


0 ANP( ) Affair


Marine pugilists took their

.. third smoker and the ANP) boxing .

crown as they overpoweredNavy

mittmen in six of eight

bouts last week.

All fights were won by decisionbut

With John Chary there seemed little (doubt In

of the matches. A Swedi
"One thing for sure," Coach Dave Barksdale told us Monday after any
bell affair concluded
his return from Parris Island "We've got a bunch of athletes out KpWHAM.Jack ringer lW.

there who don't mind the close contact, Tough fibered guys who'l night's entertainment

battle sixty minutes, despite the odds." s Opening festivities, White Hat
"Babe" Howard won a bantam
Navy's defense, although battered for eleven touchdowns in i a
tussle from Bud Brown, but the
74-0 pounding, was the only bright spot in defeat. And it's hard tc
_._ .. .. .. Marines countered with their
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Call that kind of defense bright. I
related : Fisher catches a'' hard left to the face deliveredby first win of the evening when
showed they'll hustle Barksdale ,
"But the boys me
Charles Mansur: at last week's smoker held at NATTCenter. John Volz won over Bill Millikenin
"and that's what it will take to complete the remaining eight games Marine Mansur won the bout as he helped his teammates score a 126-pound event.

Our spirit is still high and we'll go all out to beat Patuxent Rivei I over the white hats in an intercompany card. Steve Aviles bounced back.withthe

I .
Saturday. second Navy victory by out.
The locals simply couldn't muster an offensive threat. And it's Sobieraj Wilson Tie-Breaker Used To 1' pointing Bill Kitchens for the 13J-
not surprising when you try to open holes through a line thai ,
Pick Contest Winner pound win. Marine Chuck Man

averaged 225 pounds* with guys weighing* 20 to*30 pounds less. I Cop City TitleNavy Paul Prohoniak, SN, ComFair sur rocked welter Jack Fisher.

Jax, won the first Football Spec It was all Marine from then on.'
Pi's line was the difference. And that was the story. men Ben Sobieraj and
Maroz-
I ial last week .on the strength of Randy Oldes plastered Lou
The burly Leatherneck defenders broke through time and again Leon Wilson again bested all
I his prediction of the Notre ziU at 155; Jim Cumm swept the
to rock Navy ball carriers who were unable to control the pigskin as: confpetition to gain the Men's Dame-Pennsylvania game. 160-pound class title from Cliff

it spurted from their grasp. City doubles tennis title at
Tobin ham
Prohoniak and Mike Hollack : Thompson and Ben
Roscoe Hansen, 6-3, 222-pound tackle from North Carolina,, Boone Park last Monday, makingit Ys
VP-3, missed only three ties mered heavyweight "Rocky"osh
knifed through from left tackle to block a Don Meyerchick punt or the second consecutive year .
that resulted on the 22gamecard for tho final win.
fourth down the first time the Fliers had possession of the ball that Wilson has shared the honor. '
but Hollack was further Classic for the evening came In
It tell-tale omen. Andy Ziebe and Edward Loyd
was a
from the correct score of NotreDame's the semi-main, light-heavy event
Although the locals counted 11 first downs they penetrated the fell victim to the duo in the finals
7-7 stalemate with Penn. when Al Peck came from the floor
Islander's soil only twice, the deepest cut ending on the 25. The 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, with Wilson '
In third place with four misses in the first and third to almost
game was well into the third heat when a Harry Stuldreher to and Sobieraj having to come.
tfas L. W. Slocum, AE" "B" TKO before the third
score a
Sammy Sizemore pass was complete at the PI 41, the play covering from behind to score their win.
I School who failed the Villa-
ended.
on round
14 yards. Joe Mastice picked up a yard through the middle but the Last week Bantam Ben lost
nova-Clemson fray. Slocum picked Col. James Lindsay presented
Lt.
drive was halted when Stuldreher was thrown for a 14 yard loss the City singles title in the finalsto
I Clemson to win and as did the Marine squad with its trophy -
atempted Gordon Werden, Bolles Academy
on an pass.M 1 tennis coach.Medics. the other two winners, failed to and Lcdr Starton Waddell
predict ties for Notre Dame- its award. t
Leo E1ter. gave the Navy team
when
Shortly after; the Fliers regained possession I
Penn, Oklahoma-Colorado and Each contestant was presentedwith
punted out of bounds on the Navy 47. Stuldreher pitched incomplete Show
Purdue-Penn State.
to Joe Huggins on the PI 45, but interference was ruled. I an individual award.

When two plays failed to gain, Don Meyerchick dropped back I

to punt. Meyerchick took two strides forward to boot the ball and Way In IM I FOOTBALL SPECIAL .

the over anxious PI linemen were assessed a roughing the kicker

penalty. Navy had a first down on Pi's 32. I Keg PlayIntramural SELECT THE WINNERS

Sizemore took another Stuldreher pass to the 27 and three plays Games for Saturday, Oct. 4

later gained two yards. Not enough for the first down and Parris bowling teams continue (Home teams in right column) .
Island took over. Jax Navy's scoring hopes had vanished. stiff competition in their
The most heartening note of the game was the work of Jax NAS league, with Medical show Army ....._.__.__.._._._._. vs ...._......__........,....So Calif

Navy's defensive backs, Bob Dipasquali, Otis Russell Don Mac- ing to good advantage in all con Columbia ......_........._._. vs _...__.__......_.._ Harvard

Millan, Art Eisenbrand, Homer Brinson and Meyerchick. tests to date.Splitting Navy ,_.........._...._......... vs ......_._............_._.. Cornell

points in the opener, Dartmouth ...._.._.........._.. vs ..._....__...._.__..._... Penn

"If we can find a scoring punch to go with that defense we'll Operations and O&G each rackedup Pittsburgh .__...__.._.___. vs ___......_._._... OklahomaWisconsin

stay even with the remaing teams on the schedule" Barksdale said. 2 points, while Fasron-6 dropped Illinois .._.....___........ vs ......__......_.......

Sizemore and Stuldreher were the only backs who proved effective Blood Bank with a 4-0 shut Iowa ......................_._...._. vs ._._.._._._.__... Indiana

against the PI defense. Parris Island's line, out-weighing the local out. Fasron-9 whipped ORC-Inst. Michigan State .._......__.. vs ........._....,......._... Stanford

held the Fliers in check California ............_..._..... vs .._...._............_ ..Minnesota
forward wall by 25-pounds per man, 31. .
forfeited Notre Dame..................... vs ..................___........ Texas
constantly. VP-861 to Special
Sizemore and end George Shotwell broke loose in the PI secondary Services, Dental downed Marines Purdue ._..._..__...._........ vs ..................__ Ohio State

Stuldreher's aerials. But and this will Medicos Alabama ..........._._.:.._...... vs _.........._..._...__...... Miami
to make fine stabs of 3.1, and the swamped
in uniform for the Clemson ._......_. vs .........._......_..._ Maryland
hurt Jax Navy all season, Shotwell was probably VJ-62, 4-0.
station. failed into Citadel ........._..._.........._.. vs ._._...., ...__....__ Florida
last time. He's due for a ,transfer to another O&G again to get :
Island last Little Information win it wrecked Tennessee ......,...._.__..__... vs .___.._........_.___ Duke
That was the situation at Parris Saturday. the column as was
' is available on the Patuxent River Bombers but glancingat 4-0, by Fasron-6 while VP- North Carolina ...._......... vs ...................._._..... Georgia

be 3-1 and Arkansas _..._.........__. vs ?.,-............;_.__ TCU
the press clippings on hand, Saturday's foe appears to a light 741 bowed to ORC-Inst
the Blood LSU ........__...__......... vs ._......__......__. Rice
opponent that can be handled. Fasron-51 mopped up
w Patuxent this Bank 4-0. Kentucky ____.....__.._... vs ____.._....__ Texas A&M
Jax Navy to enter the win column by downing ,
weekend. A second split was accorded to Jax Navy _...._.?_?......_. vs _.....:._.__...... Patuxent

Fasron-6 and Dentists, 2-2. Medicos -
r (Predict the score of this game)
i Another weekend and another listing of football selections on however, pasted VJ-2, 4-0,

tap. We'll expand our picks this week to give you a cross sectional while FAW-ll edged Special. Illinois _.__.__. vs ...._._......_......... Wisconsin:
view of the major elevens throughout the country. Texas to trip Services, 31.Members .

Notre Dame in a toughie is our pick of the week. of the "200" Club"are .
Wake Forest over Boston; Navy over Cornell; Penn over Dartmouth joining thick and fast as the Name. Rate/Rank_.._

; Holy Cross over Fordham; Oklahoma over Pitt; Princetonover NAS intramural bowling season

Rutgers; Nebraska over Iowa State; Kansas over Colorado; enters its second week. Four Unit Assigned To.- Phone......__
Michigan over Stanford; Michigan State over Oregon State; Ohio men joined the ranks of the stars

State over Purdue; Houston over Oklahoma A&M; Tulsa over Cincinnati last week by virtue of hittingover RULES

; Illinois over Wisconsin; Miami over Alabama; Mississippiover I 200 in league games.
'' 1. To enter the contest you simply{ indicate your choiceof
hit for
William
Auburn; Florida over Citadel; Maryland over Clemson; Ken Comdr. Lyons each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto
tucky over Texas A&M; Rice over LSU; Penn State over William 211 on the local alley and Joe win. If you predict a tie game place a (T) after the namesof
and Mary; Georgia Tech over SMU; TCU over Arkansas (the defending Crevar of FA W.11 followed with teams you think will play to a tie score.
Southwestern champs to enter the win column for the first two 200 plus games, 232 and 200. 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties- ,

time); Arizona over Utah; California over Minnesota; Idaho over "Corny" Furst of Special Serve count 3. as In losses the space unless provided predicted.below indicate the score of the '.,

Oregon; Southern California over Army; UCLA over Washingtonand ices kegled a 221 to also claim game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with "\
Indiana over Iowa. membership. the most nearly correct score will win the contest. .
4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con..
ICumcsurt sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
SHORT SHOTS. Missed seeing Pete Waldmeir, Parris Island the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
sports publicity head, who was in the hospital at game time. Pete's 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for r
x a likeable guy that does a great job in handling publicity and his any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final '\

r, felt. The public ratings. :r
definitely
absence in the press box Saturday was
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700 ..
address system at PI rang out with, "Only two words should be Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Building -

on the minds of Parris Island football fans this week, beat Quan- 930. -
tico," immediately after the came And with that hopeful thought 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exception
.
of of the Jax Air News to enter the
personnel are eligible con
a host of Marine trainees left Varsity Field. Pi's' band put on a test. .

very fine half time demonstration to the delight of all present and it 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. '
alone was well worth the price of admission. 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
We're anxious to see Paul Williamson's National Football Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.

ratings this week on service teams. His listings last week had Boll- TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES' .
ing AFB in the top 'spot with Camp Lejuene second. On down the First prize Is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
line it was San Diego NTC, Bainbridge, Quantico, Fort Eustis, Fort "Wh wasted seconds on meat- third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. .

Jackson, Fort Lee, Parris Island and Great Lakes. balls. .y.

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Fliers! In Home Debut Saturday Against Patuxent .J.JI 3





fl Locals Emerge From PI A''





i1k' : !! Scrape In Good Shape ,


: Crash crews and fire trucks have been alerted this week-

rw end at Patuxent River where a crippled Bomber is expected ;

: :xS to make its way down.the landing strip sometime Saturday ;)Tjj

night following its grid encounter with Jax Navy Saturday ,sat

1400. Ths: area of battle will be the Varsity Field, cornerof
AjY Yorktown and Mustin.

Cause of the damage will be "
gomery, W. Va., where they meta ;
the rifle
pigskin flak hurled from
once tried West Virginia Tech
r.
arm of Harry Stuldreher and a
eleven but a score was not available -
< a battering array of; touchdownsthat 'I
,,. st .
will penetrate the Bombers'fuselage
Bombers U,.e Single Wing ;
on short and long range .
Pax River uses the singlewingto
shots by Jax Navy's jet backs.
unfold its offensive strengthand
Even the Navy goat will be on .1-
Johnny Stone, a 200-pound
hand here Saturday with an expected -
fullback from Hudson Ohio, fig- <
capacity crowd to watch
: ures to be one of the power driving .
TIIEY'LL HELP FLIERS' CAUSE-A formidable quartet of ; : the Fliers engage Patuxent Riverin
Jax Navy's '52 grid squad, which makes its NAS debut Saturday their first home game of the runners the Fliers must thwart '.,'
against Patuxent are James Arnold, end; Harry Stuhldrtber If they expect'ictory.. .
I taking snap from center Everett Crews and punter Don Meyer- season. Battle helmets will be issued Harry Jensen, 160-pound scat "

chick. KIckoff time is 1400. All personnel in the Jacksonville area, n__ .. .. at the gate.
Y' '" y
back from New Haven, Conn., will
military and civilian, are invited. Still smarting from its 74-0 loss l.i
attempt to reel off yardage from ::1
Island last week
to Parris Jax
his tailback slot and he'll have a ,,.
.
Three ClubsIn Navy will be put to receive an

] '. .JIl}( fUR news accolade from a pigskin public him lot of in beef his efforts.up forward to assist ',:{;

that Is not convinced the Fliers "
Volleyball A stalwart in the Bombers' line .
own an offense capable of produc-
will be Tom McShane, a 230pound:5; :
ing touchdowns.
Tie center who has twice before -
eague 'tlJOtsI. Patuxent River dropped its garnered "
i. all-Navy laurels. At'guard 'J 1
opener two weeks ago, a 14-0 '
There was no change among for the visitors will be Harold :
thumping handed down by the
,the Mainside intra-mural volley- r' Lebeau, 174-pound lad from Car- ". it
Cherry Point Marines. Last week ,
ball leaders last week as O&R, I ney, Mich. 4
I. the Bombers journeyed to Mon.t- .
Fasron Six and the VP-741 Ga Have Heavy Tackles ';;

tors swept through two gamest Defensively the Bombers will rely _.

ch without defeat.. make it Pools Island Smothers RingCombineGoes on Roy Palmer, 245-pound: < ;

lour in a row. tackle from Chicago, Ill., and Tony ; a

O&R romped past VJ-62 15-2, Langer, anchoring the other tack:1:

t 15-2, but found some difficultly In : Against le slot with 215 pounds. Langer is i
Fliers In Grid .
disposing of VP-861, 15-13, 15-12. Opener exceptionally fast for his size and ;

The Fasronites took a forfeit win I Raiford CrewArmed is quite adept at trapping enemy 1

from Special Services and then Leo Elter, fleeted-footed back from Villanova found gaping runners for minus yardage. ":j

downed Fasron 109, 15-1, 15-6. holes in the Jax Navy line last Saturday on Varsity Field to score with a squad of hard :,

:vPjr741'. Gators were not extended I three times and spearhead a 74-0 win for the Parris Island Marines. hitting, stylish boxers, Coach Al I'ublic liulted .
Pi's win spoiled the Fliers' '52 Mueller will take his Jax Navy An invitation has been extended : -

li'1tll526.as? |they, and defeated VP-861 Fasron, 15-0, opener as new head coach Dave the quarter$nded, 60-0. boxing team to Raiford Prison, the general Jacksonville

li-L ;1',.' h Barksdale saw his athletes heldto Foul Up On Time Saturday, Oct. .4, to do battle public to attend the game. All
.
.... ;.i"?' '''* I a minus three yards on the Although the press box clock with a crew of Prison pugilists. civilian residents need only
Completing last week's ,
games ground by a rugged Marine line showed the game over, officials Mueller has been working the pass through the gates and state tI
P-741 Bombers won a forfeit that repeatedly' knifed through allowed play to continue and the station boxing team nightly in their destination to gain admit- ..

from Supply, while the remaining Navy defenders to spill would-be Islanders added their eleventh the Mainside gym while assis- tance to the game. ..
not recorded with
games were ball carriers for a loss. touchdown on a pass from John tant coach Bill. "Tiny" Noblitt

Special Services office, Building The issue was never in doubt.It Idzik to Kinek that spanned 13 holds sessions at NATTCenter to Coach Dave Barksdale has altered -

930. took the homestanders only yards. Navy fumbled to set-up aleviate the crowded situation.; his starting backfield from

Team The standings: "'. 1ftI 1:27: to break Billy Mixon, for- the touchdown. I "We've got a good bunch of last week to Include Stuldreher at

( R .4. 0 mer University of Georgia ace, Leatherneck backs rolled out boys," Mueller said, "and I think quarter, Larry White and Sammy

VP-741 Fusion Gntors Six' ...... .4 4 0 0 through an opening on the left 307 yards on the ground and Va- they'll give Jax Navy a fine Sizemore at the halves and Charlie )

VP-741 Fanron :M Hombers.....,. 1 1 1 2 side from the Navy 48 to score. canti's arm accounted for most i squad this year. There's a lot of Tucker at full.Sizemore .

Fasron 109 ......1 2 Sam Vacanti's first: of eight ex- of Pi's 155 yards via the air. I talent on this station that can be who carries 170

Supply .. .-.. .....?......__ 0 0 1 1Marines tra points made it, 70. Stuhldreher end Iggy Soisson brought to light if given half the pounds on a 5-9 frame, Is expected ".
Operation Servlcet....... 0 0Spwlal 2VJt 1 Lead 39-0 At Half teamed to pitch strikes on 10 of I. chance and that's what we'rehere to carry the burden of the ground

2 0 2 From that point a crowd of 21 attempts for 130 yards. for." duty while Stuldreher's arm holds
,VF-tt ..
0 3 over 6,500, predominately Marine I Mixon lead the ground gainers I While only eight fighters will the key to Jax: Navy's attack. <

Rain Slows NATTC trainees, sat back and i with 74 yards on 11 carries while see action against Raiford Muel- Shotwell DepartsJoe

watched the Islanders score at.. Don Meyerchick totaled 20 yards i ler will carry an.overload squadso Huggins has replaced
Touch Grid Action will. PI held a 26-0 bulge at the i on three tries for the Navy. that all might get a look at George Shotwell at left end following -

,c Unplayable fields forced NAT- end of the first heat and added Stuhldreher lost 23 yards, on an I I the Prison team. "I've got a three the latter's transfer from

;; TC intramural touch footballers two TD's and a conversion in the even dozen ground plays but deep squad," Mueller added" and NAS. Peppery James Arnold will

'... 1o curtail action last week, only second to leave the field at half the former University of Mich- there's plenty of competition at flank the right side.

; one scheduled game being play- time leading 39-0. igan pepper-pod broke through every weight." Using his 210 pounds to protect ,

ed. Elter bucked right tackle from several times on quarterback Left hooking Jim DeSantes re- the center of the Fliers' line

AO Ships Company showed the eight for the second touch- sneaks that ate up yardage and ceived the nod at 131 and at 128 will be Everett Crews, one of "..

their big guns to the Medics to down and Billy Hayes, North delayed the Marine attack. the sharp punching James Car- the few heavies on the roster.

: win 12-0, in the lone game. Carolina great of 1950 added The scoring: penter will enter the ring for Toe-to-toe with Crews will be

number three on a five yard Jax Navy 0 0 0 0 0 Jax Navy. Completing the card Leo Kelly on the left side and ,'

I Five Pick-Up Points jaunt minutes later. Jerry Elliott PI 26 13 21 14 74 are Babe Howard 118, Steve Ron Lawhead on the right.At .

I intercepted a Harry Stuhldreherto Scoring touchdown-PI) Elliott Aviles, 135, James Gumm, 160, tackle will be Terrell Beck-

For Pigskin Ballots George Shotwell aerial on' the Mixon, Elter 3, Hayes 2, Sam Williams 134, Tom Burns- man and -Wilton Barco. Both lads

: L For the convenience of per- Navy. 21 and went down the left Kinek 2, Vacanti, Anders. Extra worth, 136, Jimmy Johns, 194, saw near full time duty at Parris

r Vfsonnel who are unable to side unmolested to end the first I points-Vacanti 8 (placements). I and Tommy Fisher, 175. Island : .

'I make the trip to Mainside or period scoring.

do not have access to yard Jack Bishop returned the sec-
Close Race In Mainside Touch Grid
mail privileges, five locations ond half kickoff for the Fliers to LooP\ t 1

have been set aside for Foot- the Navy 33 but on the first play \

ball Special ballots. North Carolina's Roscoe Hansen i,
from tackle to Hurricane condition two forced in a row. Stackhouse scored twice I a dozen points In each half. ,
broke through re-
Personnel may leave their cover a fumble and the Marineshad postponement of two intra-mural and added an extra point while I I Marines forfeited to Fasron 109 iI-

Jax Air News Football Special the ball on the.31. Two plays touch football games at NAS last teammates Marlin Brigman and to give the victors number two

4 picks at any of the following later Hayes counted through the Thursday but VJ-62, Hospital and Norman Reitz each counted once. for the season. ,
locations, to be picked up by The Patrolmen' scoring was
Supply won respective games ear- Standings: 'I'
,, deadline time 1700 Friday. ((1) right side.Too Much Power .. lier in the week. done by J. F. Hollingsworth, who Team \\'. L. ,

Jax Air News offices Building Vacanti went over on a quar- The Corpsmen, still stunned hit pay dirt twice, and J. L. Fred- ,Fasron 109 ... ......... .. .."". 2 0 ; )
--: ,i 930 Mainside; ((2)) Navy from their 8-6 defeat at the handsof enbesger. P. G. Lee was credited Supply ............."........ 2 0 Y ri
Exchange canteen NATTC; terback sneak from the one at NAP.TU! ....................... i 0 :
Naval Exchange 9:00: of the third after his pass to Hospital last week, received a with an extra point. o &: G......................... 1 0PS61 .
(3) Hospital
\ Bob Schnelker had carried deep forfeit from VP-861 to even their Jerry Warren and Jim Ruther- \, ........................ 1. 1 ,
..: canteen; ((4)), Main lobby of won-lost record for the season. ford shared scoring honors for VJ- Hospital ...................... 1 1 \
/ into Navy territory. Fullback VJJ: .........;......n....... 1 1
Overhaul and Repair depart- Paul Anders Penn State's rep- Behind the running of Harry 62, as the I'hotoitesit an air VP-741 .... .................1 :2
ment (5)) Fasron Six jet shop Fasron Six ,......,............. 0 1
; resentative on the PI eleven Stackhouse, Supply trimmed VP- tight defense on Fasron 51 for a Fasron 51 ..................... 0 2 ;
canteen counter. crashed left guard from the 5 and 741, 25-19, for its second victory 24-0 victory. The winners counted Marines ...................... 0 :2 .j

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2 October 1952

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f'' Can Your Fire Record Improve?

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: of(property Items offering such as for washing sale articles, ma- I1LiIF Past Year's' Record: Shows :.: .


chines, automobiles, furniture, ra- tii '; .

dios, clothing by Defense and the like Department are prohibited k'w< ,"' ,\\ti i "; +,'"' Nro Serious; Fires here


regulations. This column will, '" There was not one single serious fire at Naval Air Station .
however, list such services as
available housing, rides wanted I I / "kar.. Jacksonville during the period from Sept. 1, 1951 to ..

; a.F Sept. 1 1952.
i __
and lost and found articles or other k 1 ,, '
.i similar notices) < t' '.', Some of the activities listed be- making this concerted effort to

ii:. I low can be proud of their fire eliminate, fire hazards In your
\ FOR RENT
prevention records. Others can homes, offices, shops, and working *
:
Furn. 2-im. apt., 2148 Rosselle !
I 't9m"m stand to take this fire preventionidea areas, why not continue this
St. Ph. 75461.: Mrs. Emory. I '
more seriously.A effort every day of the year. Pre..
Furn. 3rm. apt., 2148 Rosselle ;\\ : '
Good Habit vention pays! Wl
St. rho5461.; Mrs. Emory. '
CARELESSNESS Here's an Fire Prevention Week this yearis There is no better time thaltr VI'now

5-rm. house 4656 Column Rd. $75 example wooden of plain locker carelessness.This in one of. being observed from Oct 5 to start practicing Fire .J:>r' .

mo. Ph. 112827. Raymond Burch. the set ablaze C through Oct. 11. When you begin vention. It's a habit easily
Hangars was _. .. .. ............ : very
---- -- --- --- --
1 dble. rm. 2031 Herschell, Five when a careless person left alighted acquired and once acquired will
points. Mrs. Goodman. cigarette atop the locker remain with you.
.. Arrows show origin of
Furn. 1 bedrm. apt, 2075 Hyde blaze. Fortunately the blaze Not Just Words

Park Rd. Ph. 2-1496 Mrs. B. C. was extinguished before it had Fire Prevention is not Just
too far. The damage
gone G y
Oveiby. p1 a. L words. It's real. It's somethingyou
would have been tremendous
1 dble. rm., 2750 Oak St., Apt. 4 if allowed to spread in the can do. It's 'somethIng that :;''.

5 Points. Ph. 2-7532. Mae Hangar. some day may save your life. "

Brown, Let's acquire this habit that will

4rm. house unfurn, $50 mo. 330 save, not destroy.

1 \V. 26th St. Ph. 3-9729. Sam ,Here's List Of > ; Here is a list of responses of ': .

' Jensen. fire apparatus for period front
y
Turn. 2bedrm. apt., 1062 Ocean 27 Worst Fires 1 Sept. 1, 1951 to Sept. 1, 1952.

Blvd. Atlantic ,Beach. Ph. 8- Some, of these figures may look ;
: big, but a good of them
5371 or 2-5145 Mr. Simmons.MISCELLANEOUS many
In U. History represent trash and Dempster .

Wanted: Responsible party to 1 I Dumpster fires "
drive 1950 Buick to Los Ange- j Here is a list of the 27 worst Thin}'n.1'111'I.... -

les, Calif., mid Oct. Must be fires and explosions in American Overhaul & Repair ............ 21 19 '
25 with references. Ph. ext. worst from the view- Supply. ..... .. ... .. ......... 3 8,
over history Public Works ............... 2 4NArrc
540 or 88-9442. Lt. Beyer. point of the 7,375 lives lost in ---------_.._-------, --- .................... .118 64Malnslde .
Riders wanted: Driving to Nor- contrast to the millions of dol- PREVENTS SPREAD OF FLAMES-Here's proof that fire ...... .............. 39 29 .
folk, Va., Oct. 12 or 14, share prevention pays. Soiled rags left in an outside paint locker caught Naval Hospital ........f... 11 6
..!
lars in property damage. Theyare NARTU ... ... 1 4
expenses. Ph. ext. 8238. Mrs. afire, but the fire kept itself within the confines of the locker, FA\-11 Activities .........t. 10 Itf
1 k arranged in the order of the away from buildings. If rags were in building, no telling what the Homing Areas ............... 10 11Security 'to

f Riders Lebsack.wanted: Driving to Norfolk number of fatalities resulting paint damage locker would pay have off.been.' Such safety precautions as,the outside Iralse Alarms. .':::::::::::::::: 12.0 :28 0 :<
ti from each fire. --
I Va., to meet USS Wasp.Ph. Total . .. .. . .. 229 189 ,
3-0576. Mrs. Henson. 1. Peshtlgo, Wis., and en- It's A Good HabitAttention Not included in this compilation

, Ride wanted: from Park St. ,and virons ((1871) .. 1,152 are 62 calls made for miscellaneous *
2. New York, N. Y., S.S. flies off the station.
Willow Branch to Ad BUg.
General Slocum (1904) 1,021 To Fire Prevention .
0800 to 1630. Ph. ext. 437 or ft= ;
328. Phyllis Cox. 3. Chicago, Ill., Iroquois Scouting: The Squadrons

Theatre (1903) ......._....... 602
Ride wanted: from Oak and King, (Continued from Page .) -;;; :r.'
to Bldg. 902. 0730 to 1600. Ph. 4. Boston Mass., Cocoanut To Be Stressed Next Week AA, who will be eporttng>'arman) '

ext. 720. Edith Wewer. Grove Night Club ((1942)), _.491 stripes in' October as a'res'ilt.> '/'Y+ :

. Ride wanted: from Post and Edge- 5. Texas City, Texas, Water A good conduct medal, earned:::
Front Although the Naval Air Station's fire protection forcesare ;
/ Explosion (1947).468 JAD2 ha"ar:
wood or Edgewood and Roosevelt by Willie J. Wall, ",
6. Minn. and environs the alert day of the week they will join "
Cloquet ever on every .
office
J 0730 to 1600. Ph. ext. 669, rived in the VC-5: personnel -
:.1 Mr. Eckles. ((1918) _................ 400 the rest of the nation next week to review and emphasizethe for presentation to him.
a.lternately'from 7. Columbus, Ohio, State ever-present dangers of fire to life and property.The .
/ Share driving Although 12 people have departed
, Penitentiary ((1930) ........ 320 station will be awakened,
Alpha-Hamilton St., Murray operating with the fire department from VCr5 since September *
8.. Chicago Ill., "Great Fire" along with the populace, to the 'j
Hill. Ph. ext. 240. CHSCKL to make fire 1 for either the separation
, (October 8, 1871)) ._.._._ 300 need for fire prevention during prevention pay
MacLeod. center or other stations, the
I / 9. New London, Texas, Fire Prevention Week which will not only during Fire Prevention
, Baby sitter. Ph. 7-5901. Miss Bowen squadron roster shows a net gain : ''''
> School (1937)) ................ 294 be observed Oct. :5 through Oct. Week, but every day of the week, h'
2301 Herschel St. for 23 others have reported
'. Found: Black horn-rim glasses, 10. Brooklyn, N. Y. Con- 11. is stressed by Lt. Col. Paul Tri- aboard. for duty. ''",,.
Theatre ((1876) .... 289 closer attention to fire
, near Bldg. 711, Ph. ext. 419. R. way's ) To bring etel, NAS Security officer. Among them were Lt. James "
f E P 'le.r 11. Natchez, Miss., Dance prevention, the station fire department 1 Lynch new squadron landing Iig- .,

r Lost White Hall (1940) ...................... 207 will conduct demonstrations '
: pearl Rosary beads pals officer, and Lt. Arthur J.
between Barin and Yard Office. 12. Collinwood, Ohio, Lake ; of fire-fighting methodsand A poskglfull of sixpence, Baker, ground officer.A ..
View School ...... 176 .
(1908)) fundamentals during the week .
Ph. ext. 334. Vera Russo. deficit will probably be ,recorded "
2 13. Boyertown Pa., Opera throughout; the station. IA $fOOt Ml of rye, ; :- -
. Lost: Beagle hounds, answer to in the near future by VC-5 :
. House ((1908)) _._........... 169 \\A .
Spotty and Skipper. Contact J. Cigarette in fearf- yeoman though for 15 more members
f Lopez AOC. Ph. ext. 8473 or 14. Hartford, Conn., Circus NAS will di"|>al4h one of its are scheduled for assignment '

I Orange Park 8-4171. :I ((1944)) ......._..................... 168 boats'to participate with the Jacksonville \,What" a way to die( to the separation center. ,; ''tf-
15. Hoboken, N. J., Docks J'L "
f Wanted someone to take 2yr.old lire department on a-
(. girl from Jacksonville to New i and Ships ((1900)) ............ 145 mammoth fire boat demonstra-i r

,.. York. Will pay portion of fare. 16. New York, N. Y., Triangle Ion to be held in the St. John's

I Ph. ext 716 or 703. Mrs. Mat- Shirtwaist Factory river between the Main Street and x

chett (1911) .............................. 145 Acosta Bridges.
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It 17. Asbury Park, N. J., S.S.
Here on the base too, a specially -
Morro Castle (1934).134)
designed float, bearing the
18. Cleveland, Ohio, Gas 1
theme, "Wheel of :Misfortune,"
:, oKt OA JdStIEWtTH Plant ((1944)) __.............. 130 which points out hazardous tire
+ 19. Cleveland Ohio Clinic
\\fiRJE? conditions, will be touring the station -
Hospital (1929)) ..._........ 125 "
all week long.
20. Atlanta, Ga., Wynecoff
THE OD ARE *
Hotel (1946)) ............._... 122
Boy .Scouts, who have been In- "i'L
21. West Frankfurt, ILL, .ko
,4\GA ?ST nmJJ! Mine Explosion ((1951)119 doctrinated by fire department 4F

will be residences
personnel inspecting -
22. Centralia, Ill., Mine Ex-

d plosion (1947)) ...._....._... 111 for fire hazards. They
with them forms
special
23. Camden, S. C., School carry t

(1923) .............................. 77 which must be filled out. Corrective I
24. Efflngham Ill., St. Anthony's measures 'will be applIedin
4 those needed. L> J a
cases
Hospital (1949)).._...74 t ,
25. Chicago, Ill., La Salle The fire department ,will hold I

Hotel ((1946))) ".................. 61 open house all week, with visitors:
26. Davenport, Iowa, Mercy welcome] Fire Chief Donald Moran *

Hospital ((1950)) .._._..... 41 has announced
27. Chicago, HI, Street Car- II _"
WATeRTHAT Gasoline Truck Collision Purpose of this Fire Prevention

((1950) ......._._.._?......... 34 Week Is to make military and civilian '
1121' 1 personnel conscious of the I '

liitmgtt! Joe: "Which would you rather Inestimable damage created by rolLiONCCU A-NC -Here's a scene quite common at 'r: r\

give up-wine or women?" fires every year-most of them NAS-a fire within a Dempster Dumpster. Damage by fire is not 11.
the thing here but constant calls to the fire to '
department
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Moe: ] h a t depends on the principally through carelessness.
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these out, ties up fire apparatus. Careful inspection of trash before
vintage." Importance of all personnel co dumping should be made. 4.s i \

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