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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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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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S VOL-10, No. 27 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 9 Oct.-1952


Deadline November 1

Registration



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,::t I' :y: College Study I Morals Essay ContestMail


'<<, : ,< addressed to the Chaplain's Office has increased
' :- Personnel desiring to enroll .-
:'" ,' in the college extension steadily this past week, indicating real interest in the Morals:

', .i f.,x courses can register today between Essay Contest being held at the station. .

rl', the hours of 1500 and Enthusiasm to compete for val- -personnel et NAS Jacksonvilleare

t ;, 2100 at the NA'ITCentert : uable prizes is not limited to eligible to enter the contest,

; Technical Library, Building :i3 those composing essays, for Division and have until November 1 to
501 officers and Heads of De-
their
sub-
: prepare essays. Papers
Courses scheduled on the curriculum ii'1'W::,:",';".. partments are encouraging their mitted must be between 300 and
''w I this semester include Ba > ;?t" men to participate. Before the i 800 words in length and writtenon

.;. sic Mathematics, United I "States: ; contest is concluded, there is a one side of 8x10-% paper. ,

' : History to 1865, Effective Speaklng' possibility of keen competitionfor They may be typed or written in

: Freshman English 101, Fresh honors among divisions and ink, but must be legible. The J
: : FIRST BATCH OF ESSAYS-Ronald L. Howard, SN, deliversa
'!1< i' : man English 102 Elementary Accounting batch of Initial entries in the Morals Essay contest to Capt. departments. writer should include his name,
"I.G. \ :, Personnel Management,, Charles A. Dittmar, station senior chaplain, and Essay Contest All Personnel EligibleAll rate and duty station.
3;1 Problems In Personnel Management Committee Chairman. Many personnel have already submitted Navy and Marine Corps Essays must be on the general ,
i) Political Geography, Geography their essays, others have until November 1. All essays are referredto '
' "'i: I' .'" the judges for review) with a fine list of valuable prizes goingto theme of "Moral Values"* and be
: and General
{I. of the Far East, -
the best essays. submitted in sealed envelopes
, ;i : Psychology. HalfGallonClub through division officers or unit ;
. i All are three hours co u r s e i
Boasts Committee, Chaplain's Office,
;\/}i' worth three hours of credit, and
r\ Building 750, NAS.

- ;: will 15 persons be offered register if a for minimum the course.of Crows Go To 544 Here, 25 MembersFollowing Fine Prizes Offered

A representative of the General; Judges representing all the
Extension Division of Florida will are the recognized commands concerned will award
conduct the registration and offer While 355 Add ChevronsA members of the NAS prizes for originality, content

; guidance and information to any Jax Half Gallon Club. These and method of presentation. Decisions

one interested In college work. total of 895 persons aboard the station will be sporting a people have donated at least will be made public by

',, College Credit new crow or an addition to their old one.as a result of the competitive four pints of blood to the November 22.

,, "t' All courses offered are fully accredited exams held last July, it has been revealed by commands con Armed Forces Blood Donor I' Wrist watches'will go to first

: and will be accepted by cerned. Center here: and second place winners; cam-

; i: :- most universities and colleges Largest individual group was Eleven new P03's, five P02's Harold M Smith, HM2, Hospital eras to 3rd and 4th place;' pen '

s. throughout the country. in grade E-4 (third class) where and two P01' will be added to and pencil sets to 5th and 6th

'-i j, ; This program is open to all military 544 garnered their coveted first the roster of Fasron 51 and Fas- Robert A. Fricke, AFAN, place; a cigarette lighter to 7th
" :' personnel in the Jacksonville crow. Into the ranks of E-5 (sec- VJ-62. and 8th place and a key chain for
Six will benefit by the servo
,:,,1+ r.' area, their dependents and ond class), moved 156 and 95 ron ices of 43 new thirds, 11 new sec Alfred H Lynn, AD2, NAR- 9th and 10th place. "
civilian employees of the Naval] E-5's added their third chevron.
i f1 M onds and four new firsts. Tu.. Officers are not eligible for .:
* ': Air Station. .Some Heartbreakers Many In SquadronsThe M. W. Simpkins, O&R. prizes, but will receive medal

More than 100 persons success Peter J. McMinds, SA, Fas for first, second and third place.
examinations but nineteen men of VJ-62 Interested will find
fully passed personnel
ru MedaCGiven 6.Charles.
I due to quota restriction on rates, who will be advanced to E-4 ron A. Jenkins, AM2, background material in the library -
were not authorized for advance constitute the entire advance. and in editorials that have
, To Chief For ment at this time. ment of the squadron while VP- NARTU. appeared in the Jax Air News.
Alton Dodd, ADI, NARTU.
NAS had 189 who were suc- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3) Copies of back issues are avail-
H. C. Palmer, PR, VJ62.
i : Heroic Action cessful for E-4, 43 for E-5 end able in the Air News office ""
William J. McCann, AA,
18 for E-6 (first class). NATT- Military WearIs Building 930.Weather.
Chief Boatswain Warren W. Fasron 9. I .
Center had 77 for P03, 33 for
(I' Stoke has been awarded the Navy P02 and 44 for POL ComFair- Optional R. L. Blouch, AA, Fasron 9,

and Marine Corps medal by the Jax staff will advance one to Benny D. Huss, Fasron 51. Outlook
::1 Department of the Navy. The : Earl! M. Schirm, AOC, VC-
first, three to second and nine to Until Nov. 15 Friday-Partly cloudy, warmer -
," medal was presented to the Chief third while FAW-11 staff will 62. light northerly winds. ; N
'1i I by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, have two new firsts, three new For the next 35 days personnel Ernest Jones, MM1, SG 3, to bro-
" ::: NAS commanding officer, during seconds and three new thirds. of the Sixth Naval District have Green Cove. Saturday-Scattered

"' ,, 4/K' last Saturday's personnel inspec 37 In Fasron 109 the, option of wearing either their Carlton Sutton, EMI, SG 3, ken clouds with scattered winds showers ;
variable ,
and
light
, orTlues.However .
t- tion. Fasron ranks of officers whites Cove.
109's petty Green
84 degrees
maximum temperature, -
... .) .) Risks!' Life will be increased by 31 on November 15 the" Alford W. Stanford, Supply .
Stoke, who is boat division officer new E-4's, four new E-5's and' wearing of blues will become I Dept. '

': ,., of the Operations Depart- two new E-6's. VJ-2 will have mandatory and will continue until I Ralph' Cummens, 1st. Lt. Sunday-Partly cloudy, slightly -

", ment, was granted the award in two new firsts, five new seconds I I the next optional period in the I (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 3) cooler. east to northeasterlywinds.

; ",'.... .. recognition of heroic action while and 28 rookie thirds. spring. I ,.
\f., : .I serving aboard the USS Valcour --- ---- '- I r

; : in 1951. On May 14 of that year, :
? ;;f.' the Valcour was in collision with Famed Fighting Squadron In Action

S' Virginia the USS Capes.Thomas Tracy off the VF-11'sRed; Rippers Lead Rocket Attack Against Enemy On Korea Front .1,,'I

Risking his life in the raging Y

fires enveloping one side of the Leading the first combat action starting nine days before the : 1
VF-11 though,one of the oldest ing World War II, are also "
Valcour and which threatened to in the history of the air- Korean conflict.
and best known in naval avia- Red Ripper alumni.
explode gasoline' tanks and storage craft carrier USS Kearsargewas ( 3
tion. Formed in 1927, the list The USS Kear-
rooms adjacent to depth Comdr. Denny P. Phillips, WHEN TilE 37,500 ton air-
bomb magazines, Stoke made a commanding officer of Fighter of personnel who have served large was un- craft was recommissioned in f .
with it include several active able to action -
see
bold below decks to locate Jacksonvillehome "
attempt Squadron 11, it '
February 1952 was placed
Adm. World
admirals including Rear in
the extent of the damage. ;
unit.
based '
, %\ Native VirginianHe Osborne B. Hardison, Com- War II since itwasn't under the command of Capt. ,"I
Coming in the early morning -
\M/ Louis E. French it'i
, present
mander Fleet Air Jackson- commissioned <
.
: was able to initiate protective the action was .a rocket '
!r w ,' damage control measures, attack at Tanchon, on the east ville. .u n t 11 skipper. I
. ,"i which greatly minimized the, danger coast ,of com munis t-held 1946. Decom- Brought under fire in the ;d.

: of further explosions and contributed North Korea, by VF-11 "Red CAPT. Burnham C. McCaf- missioned early USS Kearsarge's initial com-

:') : .. to the ultimate salvage Rippers" In their Bansheesand free, commanding officer of q. : in 1950, the bat action were warehouses,

i ;,:. of the vessel. by Panther jet pilots from NAS Jacksonville.and Comdr. Phillips big carrier was anti-aircraft positions, barracks

! x ; '\.- ,.i Stoke, who claims to be the only the USS' Bon Homme Richard.' David McCampbell, the Navy's broken out of mothballs justa aM troop oottoentratiorvi. -

"rj t one In the Navy with that name Combat is not new for' number one Pacific ace dur- few months later, that work .
b! ,u; spelling, is from Roanoke, Va.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 October 1952 ,


Report From Washington .



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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Ai Thomas C. Perkins, NAS \

Station, Jacksonville Fla.NAS Communications.James ,To Call On 4-F Bracket "

JacksonvilleCapt. E. Mayo AN, O&R. ...
Burnham C. McCaffree.: __.. Commanding Officer <. !
Kelly B. Smith AM2 lit.
Comdr. James H. Armstrong __--..--.-.Executive Officer] ,-. (ly Armed FortM Frtil S..lce) I I -form must be filled out. .

Lt. Dave Barksdale. __...____.___ Public Information Officer Lt office. Maj. Gen Lewis B. Hershey, I plication h '
of the ,
) Identification .
They are; a '
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Harold V. Smith, AK3, NAT- director of Selective Service, announced -

Adm. Osborne B. Hardison._._____....... ....__._....._....___ Commander TCenter. that changes must be veteran; b) program of educationand "'i ,1'.' ,
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins __ >_Chief of Staff: training applied for; c) education -
Marvin. F. Apple, A02, made in Service regulations next
Fleet Air Wing Eleven and training received while .

Capt. Arthur S. Born _.._..._...__._.._._.- ......-.-.. Commander NATTCenter. year if the Armed Forces are to on active duty; d) civilian educa-

Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_.___._..._._.._____.Chief Staff Officer William Heffernan, MRC, 1 get the men they need. He said tlon, and e) employment expert
that probably the best way to get
Naval Air Technical Training Center SG 3, Green Cove.
Capt. Edwin R. Peck. .. _.._ ._. ._.._.._._ m_'"_ .___.Commanding Officer additional manpower ia to "fight ence .
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.__.._...__.. ........._...__Executive Officer Lt. Howell R. Fellows, O&R. and tight hard to get them out of
Naval Hospital William Gessell, FN, SG 3, the 4-F." On Aug. 1 this year Indefinite appointments will a

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_--....---_Commanding Officer Green Cove. soon be offered to 250,000, Army ,1
Capt. T F. Weinert... .____ ._Executive Officer there were 1,484,051 4-Fs. Gen. Reserve officers and warrant of- "
Leroy Jones, AM2, Fasron Hershey indicated that he thinks
NARTU ficers not on active duty. A ;x
Capt. Easton B. Noble..__ Commanding Officer 9? Cecil Field.Crows men who could be used are being similar plan was announced ]last -j | .
Comdr. Anthony Trusso ..Executive Officer rejected on physical grounds a
month for those on active duty. ] | '

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Nival Air Station Go Out for veterans I .
-
Jx-kromllle I Florida' I and printed non-appropriated fundst Three Important ways been
; INln-I A new t'JIWi8 of ship has
NAVEXOS P-35 Rev 11'
no expense to the Rovernment and In with Station the (Continued from Page )) to avoid unnecessary delays
Naval Air
Nov. 19A5. Copies ire distributed free of chargent the commissioned as a result of mine
Naval Naval Air Hospital Reserve Training. Unit, Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. .S. 861 has 39 E-3's who were successful in applying for education and warfare in Korean waters. The ,

Editor-Andrew H. Planey 17 E-4's and five E5s. I training under the new K-Vet Bill USS Goldcrest and USS Rail .became ;;'\r.

Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3: Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave VC-5 will advance 30 to P03, have been announced by the Veterans the first Navy 'vessels designated V

Devroy SN; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen 15 to P02 and five to POI and Administration. ((1) Veter- as Coastal Underwater Object ..

Harper. VP-741 will get 62 new PO3f ans should send their completed
Force Press Ser Ice. Locator ships. .Each vessel
Armed
NEWS Is member of the
The SAX AIR II
without" 11 P02's and P01's.Ten applications for training to thenearest
AFPS material appearing In this publication may net be reprinted ot other new eight will carry 30 enlisted men and
the written permission of Armed Force Press Service.Repubilcatlon regional' office. Under no
mutter, except bv: nen'ce' publications Is prohibited without permission of men of VF-22 will be ad- four officers and contain the most .
Editor. lAX AIR ;tws.; conditions should the application
vanced with three of them goingto
recent anti-mine warfare equip
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension be sent to the VA Central Of- .
: third, five to second and two ment. .r -
8184 and 216.' to first. fice, Washington, D. C. (2) Vet- .

Look"See erans should include photostatie!!
Ask "How Would 1 I New type. of flight meals anda ,
A lot of brainy women earn or certified copies of both sides
wider selection of food items
Yourself First Before Others their living but the sensible of their separation papers' along : '
have been planned for crewmen j)
ones let men do it for them. with their applications for trAin- ,.
i and other personnel who eat ,,;
Can See And Judge Your Actions ing. Information contained on i aboard Air Force aircraft. New ,;
both sides U to
Home, It's been said, t is the necessary process
features will Include six types of [t
.f series of artk-ire In connection place where you know what's in applications. I T
(This in the thirteenth a flight meals, a la carte service for :
Moral Standards), the hash. (3)) AU five sections of the ap-
_ Protection of
with the servlee-wMe program air evacuation patients, and an : :

.., .. individual in-flight food packet ;
It
Comdr. James P. English ".'-.. ;- "' "'-, '
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We often hear that question. Dapper Dan rigged in a > 01 157 marine totemporary .

tweeds Susie 'Q' in her second lieutenant has =
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his new Sunday go-to-meetin' .
new Easter Parade bonnet or any one of us with our been t approved by the Marine ..

newly added promotion stripes can easily be, imagined ask- Corps. Selection was madefrom .',

ing the oft heard question, "How do I look?" among commissioned warrant officers '.:

warrant officers, master
f
aid to better living if we
It could be a most effective sergeants, technical sergeants, ,
would sometimes change the question a little and direct itto..ards
and staff sergeants who formerly 1 v,
"
"How would I look ? It would
ourselves namely,
.
served as officers in the Marine.
from doing lots of things we ordinarily do wrongIn k. : '
keep us CorPs or Marine: Corp Reserve.' VJ:,
the dim quiet of our own secrecy. Imagine a man with f V Marine Corps Selection Board;

a flash camera near you ready to take a picture. Would ; ,, also announced it wilt select 166

you want others to have a picture of what you are doing .> o. senior Marine majors on active 1",
lit the m\ment? Or is it something you would be ashamedof J"o ""
J duty for temporary promotion. rt

? .AFPS, _....._.._.....:_..-_._-_. _______.- --.........-... ._ ..... .- -
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and meat NAVY'S BOMBER KILLER-This is the first air photo of the The seventh nation-wide com- ,
Some years ago, during the days of sugar Navy's F4D Skyray, designed to take off from carriers and des- etitive examination for qualifyIng .

shortages the Quartermaster of one of our western ports troy enemy bombers. The Skyray is so named because of its re- in the Naval Reserve' Officers :.

discovered that. the sugar and meat in his warehouse was semblance to the dangerous, sea-dwelling manta ray. The planeis draining Corps has been scheduled :'. ..
much quickly than the commissaryneeds scheduled for production In El Segundo, Calif. .
disappearing more
-- for Dec. 13, 196%. Successful
of the post seemed to require. The matter becameso Cuts candidates: will be given ji four- .. (
called in to help crack Marine Corps QualificationsFor / .
serious that the\ FBI men were year college' education with gov- ::11 /
the case. They came and set up cameras withtelescopic '
raiment
assistance and will be ;
lenses in a nearby barracks and took pictures of every- EM To Become Officers commissioned as officers of the y I'
that entered and left the warehouse.
body Navy or Marine \
Corp .
,
upon gradlation. .
:
called in Washington (AFPS-The Ma- ,
After few weeks the guilty people were .
a ,
pointed out, the bulk of its com- .
to look at some movies of themselves. As you might ex- rine Corps has made hundredsof I t ..
bat leaders have from the 1
come
pect, when they saw themselves on the screen stowing additional enlisted men eligible USCG' Icebreaker Sails : ,
ranks. Officers with enlisted
and beefsteaks in their jalopies and shoving off with for Reserve commissions by ;

sugar same, they were thoroughly ashamed of themselves. They establishing a two-year college service now comprise about 85 Closest To North Pole ;i!

readily admitted that what they had done was wrong. equivalency test requirement. percent of the corps. Washington AFPS The "

Traditionally, the Marine Corps 20-27 Age Coast Guard icebreaker Eastwind "

If they had asked themselves before the deed, "How The two-year college equival- probably has sailed closer to the

would I look?" they would have spared themselves much Armed Forces ExemptedFrom | ency level is a reduction from a forth Pole than any other pow- .

shame and a stiff sentence for defrauding the government.They | four-year level and is a move to rdriven vessel.
their jobs for instead of State, Local Taxes Heavy Ice forced the craft to
could have stayed on years qualify combat veterans who (
Washington (AFPS-Armed halt at latitude 82* 38' 20", only
.
losing both job and reputation.Evils have proven their leadership abil- :
Forces personnel are not re- 42 nautical miles from the pole. .
fond of They thrive on .
that
like are secrecy. ities. However any marine on
darkness, and hate light. That's why the thought of pub- quired to pay state and local active duty who has finished his '

licity can very often check a wrong before it is done. At taxes on personal property in basic training and any marine
other than their state of 1CDIYINE
any rate it will never do us any harm to ask ourselves, areas. who has returned to inactive .

"How would I look?" permanent residence is if
duty eligible he is between (
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief SERVICES 1,

Act of 1940 provides immunity 20 and 27 years. ;', _
47,000 Inductees Slated [ Church Holds Building from taxes on personal Must Serve Two Years Protestant ': M:

For Army In I November Fund Carnival Bazaar property such a* automobiles Successful applicants must BOO Lutheran Communion Service _;;1 :';.
:
,
Sunday Small Chapel.
and household furni&hings for .,
to two
agree serve years on active -
Washington (AF's) The De- A Building Fund Carnival BA- J30-All Saints Chapel. : '
servicemen and women away commissioned
Those
duty. so -
partment of Defense has asked zaar sponsored by St. Matthewi'Catholic )1 -Naval Hospital Chapel.
from home. Exemption from obtain commission r
the Selective Service System to Church will be held Oct. permanent WQ ..Sunday School.
automobile taxes it granted
in the Marine Reserve.
deliver to Armed Force Induction 15 and 16 at 1500. Game, supper Corps -All Saints Chapel.
when have been in
Stations 47,000 men in November and prizes will be the feature they paid The Marine Corps said it was Catholic \"
I homes states. Personnel are also I
for assignment to the event during the bazaar. examining all applications of 500-0900-1000 Mass, St. Edward's
protected from taxes on intangibles -
Army. l. Among -tM many prize to be marines who previously failed to Chapel.
solvent credits and
The Navy. Marine Corps and i given away area Bendix clothe bank deposits. qualify under the four-year college OMS-Mall at Hospital! Chapel. .1 1

Air Force do not intend to plate.' dryer, electrical appliance, jew- The law applies only to Service requirement. These- marines ,. Mormon1930TuesdayNA'n'C

calls with Selective: Service for elry and a variety of food stuffs. personnel.' Personalprop will be ordered to officer candi- Chaplain's -

November. St.. Matthew Church grounds, erty owned solely by a wifec.r date screeningwithout the neces- office. ..,

Th number ,of men requestedfor 1767 Blanding Boulevard, will be dependent' or jointly owned, sity of renewing their applica- Christian Science. .

November la the name as the the seen of the Bazaar. The public to subject to taxation. tions. The program will be in effect 1900-TUE'sday-NA'ITC Chap.

LUmber requested for October. la cordially invited to attend. until June 30, 1953. I Iain's cffke.I .


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9 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS .. Page Three




CREDIT UNION -


q QUESTION BOX .

MMMMMM MMH The Association! of American

I Question: Can a husband and Railroads has extended until

' k. wife both employed at a Navi } June 30, 1953 the cut-rate fur

.> facility in the Jacksonville are) uniformed
lough fares allowed
and both eligible to Join the Jax S.
'f" servicemen traveling at their
f. Navy Federal Credit Union, hav t dk'aP

\ \, more than one account 4 own expense.

, ;;:: Answer: Yes. Each party tn.y. *

.I i ,' have an individual account, and .F In a move to nave petroleum
P
they may also have a joint account products, the Navy has reduced

making a total of three ax. : +SrS e minimum flight time required of
; counts in the Credit Union. +
1 its pilots for fiscal 1952 by 20
i Question: Can a family with ----.yy----- ------
hours. ALNAV 19 orders flight
more than one account obtain i REVIEW STUDENT PROGRAM-Supervisors at O & R (top)
1
lowered from 100 to
more than one loan at a time, discuss the merits of projects completed by college students em- requirements
: Robert Rossini (right) Production Analyst -
loa ployed here this summer. 80 hours.
ft' Answer. No. Only one
of O & R explains details of an expansion proposal done on .
p.' per family at any one time 1 1a drafting board by his summer students to Clayton Perry (left)
,I: authorized by the Credit Union. supervisor of Statistics Division of Planning Group and Lacey Day A $1,000,000 new trailer campat

>> Question: Is it possible for a (center) Plant Engineer. Wilmer Kimberly (right), of Georgia Camp Pickett, Va., was recently
? Tech and a summer employee at NAS, tests completed installationof
co-maker to endorse more than+ a Sonobuoy Control Unit which he designed while employedhere. dedicated by Brig. Gen. Loyal

1 F, one loan at a time. This is the fourth consecutive summer college students have L. Haynes, commanding generalof

Answer No. His recommends been employed hereunder the program Gf the Army post. The project
,
v tion can be accepted on only one Unit JI1Jh has more than 100 stainless steel
Student Designs Sonobuoy
l? application. However, when that trailers and represents the camp's

lean is paid in full, he is the latest addition to the emergency

;t.' eligible to co-sign another note Valuable Work Completed Three popular songs written by housing program.
Supply Department's "musical .
Question: If an employee sign
..
f, claim to fame," Harold Diggett, in its
has
as a co-maker on a loan, doe i The Navy placed use

I that prevent him tot applying tor HereThe will be published this winter, ac : newest and fastest troop-carrying1
Students
f.. a loan himselfAnswer ? By Summer cording to an interview this transport, the USNS Barrett. The
week. Co-workers will be listening
MSTS is to
- ship equipped carry
: No. However, the perIf" -
i- son whose loan he la co-maker on annual Navy 'College .Aid Program has proven its worth at for "Some Day You'11 Miss dependents, and will make her initial .
'
.
.' NAS Jacksonville. Students employed here this summer have left be- Me," "I've Always Known That cruise this month. The 17,. ;
;, cannot be co-maker for him.
: hind completed work considered satisfactory and practical for use. I Love You" and "Because of 600-ton vessel has a troop capacity .

: '" One of the more notable projects You" These bring the composer's of 1,556 and cabin facilities

: MAD AtCenterIiiReview was the development of a design The Statistics Division of the works to a total of 127, includinga for 382. During sea trials the

e and installation of a Sono Planning Group filled in summer ballet score and other classical Barrett attained a speed of 21%

SaturdayThe buoy Control Unit in the R4D-"S vacancies with two student statis compositions, as well as 'popular knots.tops for the :MSTS fleet.Quarterrean .

by Wilmer H. Kimberly, Jr., i a ticians. Jack R. Gebert and Richard melodies. Diggett uses an undis f ,

Marine Aviation Detach) senior Electrical Engineering student J. Neubauer from the ,Univer- closed pseudonym for his publica Position
sity of Florida, who proficiently
tions.
Air Technical from Georgia Tech
ment at the Naval -
assisted in all statistical programs r .
;. Training Center will hold it's i Open OverseasThe
Since the airplane's purpose is Dramatic and voice instructionare '
..k monthly inspection; presentation to provide a flying classroom i In his other avocations. A recent I' overseas employment office .

of citations and awards, and review which men can be given instructiona Three! other students were as- letter from Hollywood star Wan has announced that the position -

A ,_ Saturday Oct. 11. The ad- In the use of radar and other signed to Aeronautical Engineering da Hendrix, thanked him for dramatic of Chief Quarterman Machinist
N. Owen, University -
jutant's call will be at 0800. electronics equipment, it is nee : Michael instruction which furthered is vacant at the NAS
,', of Florida, to the Power Plant
Under the command of Lt. Co]. essary to duplicate conditions that her career. Subic Bay, Philippine Islands.
Section; Leslie W Miller, Univer-
James C. Lindsay, the MAD has would normally exist in standard' sity of Tennessee, to the Airframe This week's personnel action indicates Qualified personnel may apply.

formerly stood all inspection military aircraft. The R4D"S"dd Section; and William C. Gibbons, one transfer, one rein Qualifications require that an applicant
with the Center personnel. In the not have equipment for dropping must at least
The Citadel, to the :Materials and statement and five resignations. possess
future the Marines will hold< sonobuoys, so Kimberly waa, Process Section.It [ Dolores Feinberg went from Inventory eight years of supervisory experience

their inspections on the second assigned the project of designing of the Branch to the Medical in diesel and gasoline engine
the
has been policy
,:' .; Saturday of each month. the necessary control unit. Bureau of Aeronautics to employthese I Department Frank E. Binder overhaul. Starting salary is
' will be held directly Under the supervision of the< military
from
The inspection student aids during the sum- reported in to Storage $7,248,38.
I' in front of the Marine detachment Electronics and Equipage Engineering mer months throughout the Navyin service. Procurement Sec Persons who feel qualified can
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Administration building Division of Overhaul and the various activities that have I tion lost Albert L. Kinchen> Margaret submit application to Navy

)w,. Repair, Kimberly worked out all facilities to"utilize them The pro E. Wilson and Anna D Overseas Employment Office

f" of the engineering details incidental gram gives young men specializing Murphy by resignation. (;Pacific) 45 Hyde Street, San

j to the installation, prepared in particular fields a chanceto I Francisco 2, Calif.
sketches and gave instructions to< what exist f I ,
see opportunities Betty S. Gifford left Stock Control -
did installation -
workmen who actually
for them in Navy employment, i to join her serviceman hus- Cub Scouts Open
I work, and conducted various -
and it gives the Navy the benefitof band at Annapolis, Md, and Beatrice
the completed instal DriveCub
tests on Membership
fresh ideas and enthusiasm of B. Cultra resigned from In

w (If Armed Fore* Pr.., fvvlct) lation. new theories generated by the college i ventory. Pack 131 of NAS Jax has '.

men. Hadden of Stock Control opened up a drive for some 20
PRESIDENTIAL QUIZ Although the airplane could not Kay
This is the fourth consecutiveyear boys between 8 and 10
new years
had the has the dinner entertainment
1. Which j president be readied for flight before KimberlY -
has
that NAS Jacksonville of,
rr most children? left, every indication hai problem whipped. Seems husband age.

v 2. Has any man ever beet: proven his design will be entirely; participated in ,the,program. John ,Hadden, AKC, makes The Cub Pack needs both boys

elected president without getting satisfactory for practical purposes superb chop suey whenever: company and their parents to assist in

y at least 50 percent of the popular and will be used for other siml 2nd Sub DiVes 5,000 TimesNew comes. The "chef will committee functions. Because of

vote? If so how many? lar training applications. London, Conn. (AFPS) change: specialties, no doubt, when frequent transfers, assistants are

3. How many elections li a v e Eleven other students, also assigned The USS Threadfin became the the couple move to their new needed to fill in the different

;,' 'i"y been decided by Congress? to O & R, were given high second submarine in history to home near Timuquana Rd. It has jobs throughout the Dens.

,,, '.:, 4. Who was president of the ratings by their supervisors for complete 5,000 dives. In February an outdoor barbecue. Anyone interested may come to

ft 1 Confederate States? work on projects in their "major 1952 the submarine USS Flying S CS- Building 612 at the NAS movie

" .:;:... 5. Which five soldiers later it fields. Fish was the first undersea craftto When you tell my mother-in- at 1900, Oct. 9. ,

become presidents, fought In the Norman H. Cole, Jr. of the University accomplish the feat. The law a secret you can be sure that .

Civil War? of Florida and Billy CRoss Threadfin, a veteran of WWII, >only two parties will know about Punctuality is the art of guessng .

.. I 6, Where was the Democratic of Alabama Polytechnic Institute made, many of its dives while on itthe Republicans and the Demcrats. how late the other fellow is

: .' :., convention of 1928, which selectee l Mechanical Engineering patrols in the Pacific. > going to be.
, Al Smith as the nominee, held? students, assisted the O & R Plant
Engineer doing research in the On Korea Vets
(Answers on Page 8, Col 5) Tougher

r% Form Camera I Club; equipment.shops, drafting1 M and. designing I Vets' Unemployment Compensation Not Easy To Get I 'I


II First Meeting: Today Industrial Engineering students Regulations make it clear that ginning before October 15, 1952 'days before becoming eligible for ;
of Florida,, I'I
the University
from
All NAS personnel interested Ln unemployed Korean vets will not (b) To be eligible for unemployment I unemployment benefits depend.
Valance G. Howington, John G
i photography will have an opportunity have the same easy path, as most compensation a veteran ing upon the'amount of muster
.
,f Jr. and Rodney O. Day
Burrows, ,
to join the NAS Camera World War II vets, in collecting must be unemployed, able to ing-out pay the-yare eligible to F
Facilities
in the Engineer-
worked
Club being organized. The first) the unemployment compensation work, available for work, and will receive. A veteran eligible for ti ,
:Management
Section of the Industrial
ng JI
meeting is scheduled at 1900, Oct, Office, as did ThurmanN. provided under Public Law 550. ing to accept just about any job $100 mustering-out pay must

t/ 9 at the Library, Building 3. Palmer, Industrial Management The Labor Department will han- offered him.c I wait 30 days; $200, 60 days; $300,
the ( ) Any waiting period requiredby 90 days. v,
Albeit Spillers of the NATTC major from Georgia Tech. Among dle these payments through '
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. studios will present Florida State Employment Service State law must be served by
' : photography other projects, these boys completed -
" a talk \*\ "Proper Exposure of layout designs for the plant and not the Veterans Admin- the veteran before he becomes Eligibility and disqualification

, Roll Film." This will be followed expansion program. IsUation. eligible for federal benefits.d requirements of the Individual "
{
by a short business meeting concerning Cole and Day were the first Here is .a partial list of 'the restrictions ( ) A veteran must exhaust his States will, apply-except as "
entitlement to State benefits be- outlined above-and If the veteranis
the future alms and activities 'freshmen used in the summer pro- :
fore be can draw federal benefits. disqualified for State benefits,
club. value ofraining
of the
W. .the rant, and proved J"
All interested camera fan are : ctudents that can returnhe (a) No benefits may be drawn (e) Veterans discharged after he will no longer be eligible for :

urged to attend. following year.. for weeks of unemployment be. July 16, 1952, must wait for 30-1 O I federal benefit. ;'

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Servicemen, Kin 74S4S44444444xK BLOOD BANK


Must Now Pay WAVEWAYS BOX SCORE, !.

No. Quota Per-
For MSTS RidesMilitary SSB2S5SS2H Seh.et cent g

personnel and their dependents I Perseverance again proves Ita Brig. ... .._.........._ 0 4 400.0 IFAW.11
traveling on a "space worth and the old adage "all goo 13 26 200.0 ,/1
available" basis aboard :MilitarySea 'things come to those who wait Dental ....1 2 200,0 ---.i

Transport Service ships ",,111now holds true for eleven Waves attached Medical _0-...._ 2. 3 150.0 .
have to pay for the privi to NAS. Yes, the rating; NATTCenter... 253 304 120.1

leges. list finally arrived and the incu NARTU __...._ 7 7 100.0
bation period is at an end. Come; 4 4 100.0
The new plan, which became effective Spe.' Servo r.-
Oct. 1 does not apply to : Oct. 16 the shells will crack and Comm. _........_ 4 4 100.0 "I

personnel and their dependents I eight newborn birds will appear. Admin. _......._._.. 3 3 100,0
.. .,__ ,,_,,_____
normally entitled to free transportation m.m "I..m. New members of the poultry; IRD __._.........._ 2 2 100.0

at government expense 'I HIS FLYING l\IACIIINE-Jt's clan are Lillian Flores, PN3; Beverly Oper. ._._......._ 12 11 81.6
when ordered to a permanentchange not a secret jet job. It's a real Birch, RM3;' Mildred Moore' Pub. Works _h.24 't6 66.6

of station. flying; machine, Piper Cub to RM3; Joann WindSsclvRMS; Wan i Hospital _......_ 21 14 66.6 '.
Applies Everywhere be exact. John Gentry AM3, da Lahtl, TD3; Alice Stearns' Res. Fleet ........ 85..56 65,8 :i.:

Charges will be computed on a of O & R looks the situation TD3; Donna Lavoie, TE3 and O&R ....._......._ 115 61 53.0

mileage basis for travel and over from the cockpit (well, at Mary Bixiones, J03. Cecil Field ........ 16 '7 43.7 'i
meals. The pay plan will apply : least where the cockpit is ComFairJax .... 94 40 42S FGrn.

every +here. It affects all per supposed to be) of his 1938 AdUng8upport to the single Cove ...n.. 35 9 25.7 jt

sons 14 passenger categories riper Cub which he is rebuilding stripe are :Mary Baker, RM2 am Supply _......._.._ 27 6 22.2 '

pieviously) entitled to free rides. at tile station Hobby Shop.At Gloria Catania, YN2. lone Zel Marines ........._ 10 1 20.0 ,
For example, approximate rates the right Gentry puts another leads the list by a three-stripe' Engineers .._ 13 0 0.0

for travel from the East Coast of coat of paint on the r total, TEl. ] Fla. Mil. Diet .. 5 0 0.0 {,

the U. S. to Europe on the !space wings after finishing recovering NATTC Waves sporting the I AIM .... ....... ... .. 4 0 0.0 "'
available policy are: :. Working cautiously and coveted crow on Oct. 16 will be
1. Officers Defense Department cutting all the corners he can Myrna Trojanovich, DK3; Mary '

civilians! \ and their dependents will to keep the cost down, Gentry Lee Biggs, DT3 and Nola Mathis, I Air Group 3
travel cabin class at a cost of expects to have his 'baby" in PN3. Taking the second stripeis

?50 per person. the air by November and fly Frances Shane, AK2, with hopes Moves to Jax ,
2. Enlisted personnel will be I her home. of getting the full count next
I ...
charged $20 when traveling troop j --- year.
class. Their dependents will be Uses Hobby Shop As Workshop From Sanford

t charged $20 each traveling cabin j Barrack 72 welcomes new arrivals In line with long range plan-

class. I Figures To Have Rebuilt Piper Cub Anna Lou Scott, RoamansDaigle i ning for the most effective usageof :
3. Children five years of age or and Betty Retter for along facilities in the Jacksonvillearea ''.c.'
.
younger will travel free. winter's stay. Scott and'' Rear Adm. Osborne B. t.. ..
Space Defined Up And In The Air By NovemberVisitors I Retter were assigned to Opera Hardison, Commander Fleet Air ,,;

Some of the groups affected by tions and Daigle to NAS Com Jacksonville announced today
to the Hobby Shop
the change are certain militaryand I mas leave. Although the craft munications. I that an exchange of squadrons rJ

civilian personnel of the Defense might think they are viewing a has only a 40-horsepower engine ANP) graduates this week include I will be made between NAAS
Department and their dependents crashed plane and start checking 210" miles, I Sanford end NAS Jacksonville. I
would be and a cruising range of Evelyn Bopp, Kathleen Peterson
for victims, but they I .
Carrier Air Group Three composed
when traveling in an ordinary John Gentry, AM3 of an extra 20-gallon tank will givean and Shirley Quinn, on their i
leave status. Also affected wrong. way to Pensacola and PH School, of Fighter Squadrons 31, f;
O&R, is merely rebuilding his additional 500-mile 'range. He +
are dependents of military and Joan Lynch leaves for AG Schoolat 32, 33, 34 and Attack Squadron r fe
Piper Cub.Gentry should touch down in New York I Sanford to :
35 will move from
civilian personnel traveling on Lakehurst while classmates Irvma
knowing a good bargain in 20 hours. I 1 Jax. 1
temporary duty orders. approximately Clark and Lavonna Johnson
when he sees one, paid $100 for VJ-62. :
,
Jacksonville Squadrons, j
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Officially space available is determined travel to Olathe for AC instruc t
the plane and figures to spend approximately 580 : VC-5 and Fasron 51 will move to .
as "space unassIgned I A Cub weighs only pounds tion. "
$200 to put the plane
after all space requirements for I and can take off in 300 feet with Sanford.
in good shape. j I From a viewpoint of naval ; ,
travel have been
made, and assignments which would otherwisesail a top speed of 80 mph and a'': Christmas Mail strength in the Jacksonville area .

unused." A dismantled 1938 job, the craft cruising speed of 75. The plane'smaneuverability |I the total of personnel based here ;'J'I

will be worth approximately $400 slow flying speed For OverseasBefore will not be materially affected .
Legion Needs Talent when Gentry finishes his handi- and ability to land in such small I ,I by this move, it is announced. '

work. O&R experience is now areas make it ideal for rescue and I :
For November ShowThe paying off.Marking. search. Gentry plans to join the Nov. 15 Navy's New Jet Engine o?

American Legion Drum and his progress from payday local wing of the CAP when he Members of the Armed Forces Equals 10 of B-29 Type. .
Bugle Corps of Jax is searchingfor to payday Gentry has, in a returns to Florida.
serving overseas ca.n be reasonably Washintgon (AFPS) A newturbojet I'
talent to participate in Its two-week period, recovered the Gentry has flown most of the
sure of receiving theirChristmas aircraft engine, jeport- t:
I
fhow with opening night scheduled wings and control surfaces. The major light planes and has six parcels If they are edly two-and-one-half times M 'I'
for Nov. 29. fuselage waits until next payday.The years experience behind him. Before :
mailed between Oct. 15 and Nov. powerful as the combined four engines -
Lead male and female vocalistsAre engine is being overhauled by joining the Navy he workedat
15, the Department of Defense ad of a B-29 bomber, Is now la
needed most and there is alsoa a'local concern. a private sea plane base on vises. production the Navy has an- I
Long Island doing mech and line
shortage of dancers and in the Articles nounced.
for overseas delivery
thorus. Anyone with particular Sporting| a private| license Gen work. He has an unsullied! recordin
should be packed in boxes of Develop edby Westlnghouse
talent for acts is invited try figures to get the plane into the air but does not know how I
specialty i I metal, wood, fiberboard: or dou- Electric Corp., the 3,500-pound engine -
interested the air November and intends to drive a car. "Driving scares !
to audition. Anyone? I' by I ale-faced corrugated cardboard. weighs less than only one of
to it to New York for Christ i I rr>the exclaimed.
should call ext. 341 or 887921. fly Bach box should be securely tied the B-29's engines and propellers.
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'Who Speaks For The Lord Is Doing Good' with strong cord and flaps should
be sealed with gummed tape. Unless

I'I' I In Naval Service, But He's 'In Business With The Lord'In I filled completely, boxes packed are likely and to tighty be'- '' Top Honors OfWeekToRiehl :


the spring of 1948, a young I'm doing: some good. Anyone has preached in several churchesin crushed. 'I
lad contemplated graduationfrom t 1 who speaks for the Lord is doing i the Tallahassee area Speaking Air parcel post is limited to' At AN School '

a Mississippi High School good. It just take such a long 1, as a relief minister, he usually I two pounds in weight and should I John G. Riehl, Airman Apprentice -
and a career. While the other ; time to see the results." ': takes the place of some minister I se mailed prior to Nov. 25. The walked off with honors this
students minds dwelt fondly on I either /sick or on vacation. Department of Defense says that week at the Airman Preparatory
Jenkins was a 10 assurance can be given that School at NATTCenter when he
to make a fabulous -
the quickest way junior in Flo-
this fellow Reverend Jenkins has a zealous air parcel post mailed after that averaged a 91.92 final total for
fortune,
young
rida State University

felt a call within himself to dedicate when critic in the rear of his con d ate can be air-lifted to overseas i the eight-week course. .
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gregation when he speaks. Mrs. areas or that delivery before Out of 314
his life to Christianity. he joined the ..,. .
Today that determination to Navy. His Jenkins, whom he met and mar- Christmas will be, made. Navy and Marine -

serve; the Lord is just as realto preference for ried in Mississippi, seats herself In addition to the usual articles ."" personnel

Oscar Jenkins as it was fiveyears the Navy came in the rear of the church, and lormally prohibited in the malls, 1' ", in the class, -
ago. Jenkins, PNSN, and from the fact when Jenkins completes his delivery natches, of all kinds and lighter ".,..John was top ', '..

Ft-lf-styled "pr eaching coffee maker that his family gives him a sound critiqueon :fluid may not be mailed to over- '; .. ..;I;.", :O jj.:: ., man. Just prior ;
of the NATTCenter Personnel -Jenkins is traditionallyNavy. the entire 'sermon. teas military addresses. Clgaettes 'M;: ;T'... to b e I. !
cffice," rededicates his mission in His father, now sheriff of "'I know that she will give mea .and other tobacco products .' ,h,' "t called to active r.s" .
sincere opinion of what I am ire prohibited in parcels addressed'or : he gradu- '. t tRI
naval duty
life with, "I'm in the service Amite County, Miss. was a blue ,JI,
but I'm in the business of jacket in World War I. His two doing. 'If I foul up she will tell delivery through some mlJi.r hl 'ated from Ohio '' "'
the Lord." brothers were both naval enlisted me, and try to help me correct the r :ary post 'offices. For further in- State University where he ma'I. 'I,'''
men during World War II. fault," he jsays. 'ormation check with the local jored in agriculture. j

"I gt<< a hit discouraged," Oscar "As I see it," Jenkins con- postmaster. Entering the Naval Reserve in j'

says, "when" \ see young fellows Oscar hM two more years obligated tinued, "this moral problem that i Addresses must be legible and November 1949, 'he remained on
following the wrong road service before he can re- everyone Is. so concerned about is prepared In typewriting or ink. Its Inactive duty until April 1952 :.
here in the Navy. I see them turn to complete his degree in actually no problem at all. Common preferable that the outside ad- when he was sent to Balnbridge, s.\.
doing things that would reflect sociology at Florida State University sense will tell a man that he Iresses be hand-printed directly Md. for boot camp. After completing .;

discredit on themselves and the On completion of FSU, is bound to benefit if he tries to >m the wrappers of the boxes basic training he was sent

service, and I talk to them, but he plans to attend the New Orleans live right. Regardless of whether rather than on labels pasted to here for school. ..,. 4
often they won't listen to me. Theological Seminary in there is a God, and I know there wrappers, since experience has He now will be sent to 'Me""W"

It's discouraging when that happens New Orleans, La. is, It will pay a man to live by shown that, labels frequently fall phis, Tenn. to attend Tradevman
but I feel within myself that A licensed minister, Jenkins the Golden Rule." I >ff when subjected to moisture. School, the school of his choice.

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Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons \

;. SALTY HUMOR FROM

Fasron Six HERE AND THEREOld
ball fray. Perhaps the "touch" is
I, ,': ... Passing the semi-annual serv
misleading for the contusions, lacerations
__ .. ice-wide, exams for advancement and abrasions were plen- bankers never die they
""'.?\". .".. in rate were: Philip W. Fluke, tiful. just lose interest.

.. -, AOl; Robert W. Engard, AMI; t '* *
Latest to feel the "touch" were
"f1' .!' Carlton R. Cobb, AD2; JohnH. Lt H B Wood who received a The carrier was in port and

..",.?;',:f't'". Cooner, AD2; Jacob F. bruised right leg and Jim Ruth- visitors were being shown
;' :,. Parkison, AD2.Robert; T.. Beers, around. The guide,was exhibitinga
"t" ": erford, AOAA, who suffered a
AE2; John MacFarlane, AK2, bronze tablet on the deck.
gash over his left eye which need- L
.. :'. Kenneth R. Rider, A02, Donald ed medical attention.For cT Guide: "That is where our gallant -
\ A. Gibeaut, PN2, Peter T. Gio- Captain fell."
,,'; Ii;-:, vannlnl, AD3; Robert E. Hill, all the blood and bruises, Nervous old lady: 'Well, no

AD3; Howard Lore Jr., AD3, Car VJ-62 went down before the Fas- wonder. I nearly tripped on' the

I" ;:r rol J. Spurgeon, AD3; William ronites, 40-13. Bill Dooley, AN, darned thing mj'self"

: ..::: Blackmon, AE3; William Marvin, ran the pigskin for the two TDs, .
y while Elmer LaFreniere AA, add-
,
William Ross AF3 Lau-
AE3
; ; When you argue with a fool,
-'< ': rance B. Anderson, AK3; ErnestF ed the extra point. be sure he isn't similarly engaged -
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f. ( F, Inhelder, AK3; Marlin P. Jen.I' .

:" sen, AK3; Robert J. Schwegman, F-101 .
Three returned to the rocky
,," AK3; William J. Smith, AK3, men Hiram and Eliza were taking a
:; John W. Thomas, AK3, William J. road of civilian life and one was spin along a country road. Noth
transferred last month five new
VonDerHelde, AK3, James W. as ing was said for the first ten

f- Aller, AM3: Nicholas E. Carson, officers and men reported, aboard. ..---- miles. Suddenly Hiram stopped
AM3, John F. Campbell, AM3, Donning civies once again_ were = I. the car, turned to her and said, ;
1 Thomas Gatto, Jr, AL3; Richard TEA BILLY TIME-Taking a rest between flights, members of
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1A. Jack Cotton, AM3; William H of the Royal Australian Air Force I. "I'm a man of few words, do you
.1' 11 General Reconnaissance
M. Lovenduski AN and RichardI
,
:::1i:'."' Elliott, AM3, Richard S. Harroun, hold a confab with members of VF-741. The Aussies are flying neck or don't you*"'
't";;\ AM3, Ralph Hurst, AM3; John Reed, AN. Earl Reed, AOC, with VP-711 to familiarize themselves with the Neptune priorto Eliza: Tm a girl of few woid!
; G. Konz, AM3; Nelson Loveless, was transferred to FaSron 9. To picking up the planes which have been purchased by the I don't, butoue talked me into
.- 'S the foursome, the squadron ex- RAAF. This is the second group of Aussies to arrive here for this "
: AM3, Cljde Randalls, AM3, JohnA WO Charles Thonrley, RAAF; WO it
to
i. tends "best of luck" purpose. From left right are:
,. ,., Renick, AM3, Frank W. Slo- Harry Rocke RAAF; Marvin Ladage ADC; Lcdr. James Fulton; *
"' ;-' cum, AM3; Gerald E Tronjo, From the USS Mindoro comes F/Sgt. Dick Hew son, RAAF and Lt. Sherman Rowe. A welfare worker, upon hearinga

1.'.#/ AM3; Richard Whitehead, AM3, Lt Richard E. Gallatin, while Ensign 'poor woman's story that her
'I 1'1',,,:<"4)'', Bradley Kidd, A03: Donald Reynolds William A. Odman reported Australian/ Pilots Here husband had deserted her five

I">'\' .. A03; John Butler, AT3; aboard from All Weather and Jet I years before, looked with amaze-

;'i: : James Campbell, AT3, Charles D. training in Corpus Christ!, Texas. Call For 'Joe' Gives Way ment at the brood of infant; chil-

/*J,_ Shires, AT3, William R. Titman, Rounding out the newcomersare dren, and asked, "Who is their

;Uf ;. AT3; John F. Jolly, BM3; Richard Robert D. Cline, AOAA; Don- father?"'

+! ", i' C. Fatten, PN3; Verner D. Black, ald E. Reiff, ADAA, and Ralph "My husband, of course," she
;
r' '. SH3, and Richard G Dunn, S1I3.'S. W Brown. SD1. A hearty "welcome To'The "Tea Billy' At Vp.741 answered
.
"')' aboard" to all I "Then he hasn't really left

Beck from tike Chance Vought Retroactive to April, I is the notice traditional Navy coffee pot you ?"

= aircraft factory at Dallas, Texas of selection to Lieutenant fora has taken a back seat to the Australian past two weeks* "Oh, yes; he's deserted me', all

Ala: are Bruce G. Pendleton, AEC, and trio of VF-101 officers Join- "tea billy" in Patrol right. But you see he comes back
y John R. Crowell, AE3. They received ing the ranks of "Full Bulls" are Squadron 741 with the arrival last ONE MORE crew member is now and then to apologize."

tF4, instructions on the F7U-3 Lt. (Jgs) Lee Koett, Reed M Neu- Wednesday of 11 Royal Australian scheduled to join the ranks to .

Cutlass electrical system, while mann, and George F. King. Air Force personnel complete the two-plane complement A naval officer on watch aboard

''T Belton K. Jernigan, AOl and Except for an initial forfeit to For the next week' the Australians which will remain here until ship rushed angrily to the speak-

; Tommy W. Hill, AOC covered the VC-62, the squadron volleyballteam will operate as a part of they pick up two Neptunes of ing tube and yelled: 'Is there a
their and them back to
own fly
gunnery department. U undefeated Wins over the local patrol outfit. blithering idiot at the end of this

"14 Samuel J. Cummings, Aot, and NAS Cecil Field Operations, VF- I Australia.Until host VP-741 had tube"

; 4 Edsel M. Horne, AOl, have returned 104, and most recently VF-103 I ALRE4DYELL versed in flyIng I been' stationed recently with Royal Air "Not at this end, sir," came the

4 after completing a aixi give high hopes for a victorious i the Neptune F2V that VP741uses I Force and Royal Australian Air calm reply.
i week TAD assignment at the season I
the Aussiei are becoming Force Squadrons on the Island of
School Yorktown, Responsible for these wins are I
Mine Warfare acquainted with the Navy's anti- Mediterranean.
Malta in the
4'u'F Va. Attending the Class C School, Gilbert Grace, ADC, James Coch- sub warfare methods. *
", both "BB"' stackers were given rane, AMC, Donald Hawks, AM1;
I Lieutenant Geoffrey THE MSITORS scheduleis
Flight daily
assembling and teatiner Ralph Bodenheimer, AM3; Rich-
methods on Michael i is the leader of the contingent the same as that of the local
of aerial mines ard, Nelson A01; John Gajada,
'" g which has traveled ap- patrol crews. They muster and
ADI, and Herbert Jeffrey AE1,
Over to the NAS Dental Clinic proximately 12,000 miles in theNew eat at the same time and placeas
With more men expected to turn
Wade B. Hammer, DT2 to the Officers
goes Navy personnel.
: out for the remaining games, performance
assist Lt. (jg) Edward C. McFad- stay at the BOQ while the FlightSargeants :
should improve. Service I'ilms
den squadron dental officer. at the I
are staying
:k Last week eight officers of the
1 ; ,: From Terre Haute, lifd, comes squadron took advantage of the Ready For Issuing Chief Petty Officers quarters,

i4 news of a 8.Ib, 12-oz. baby girl rainy weather to do a. little skeet Washington (AFPS)- Service Their base is located on the western .

born to Mrs. Jeanie Piper, wife shooting. For most of them It installations in the near future coast of Australia at Peith. I

of our own Robert Piper, AKAN. was the first practice since the will receive the first issues of a In 1947 one of the earlier mod
Bud the of Defense film els of the sanft that the
states while passing out cessation of WWII new Department Neptune

cigars that both the Mrs and While scores ran low to medi- series entitled, 'Armed .Forces I RAF is flying, made the world's
Screen Magazine." long distance flight record from
little Miss Winifred Lynn Piperare um, enthusiasm ran high. The I
doing fine.Returning winner Ensign Van A 'Eiwn- The movies emphasize recent Perth in the land "Down Under"to

#; to the squadron after mann, with 19 for 25.: developments and events in va- Columbus, Ohio, staying in the

r..;, working on Advanced UnderWater > rious Service operations and ac- air 55: hours and 17 minutes.

'.,
.;, Nelson B. Rap. AOU1. ality has been developed in a I for nonprofit public and First Marine
: :" Earl R. Craighead, SA and Po- dark room. I television showing.

"' (;;..' sey A. Conner, SA, are now high .
school graduates having passed I Honored At
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their USAFI-GED test at the i

"I- y' nquadron Educational. .. office AE SchoolMSgt.

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:r ,gip .v r \ VJ62Proudly \ : Thomas 'F. Coover, Is
; 1Jt:, sporting twin tracks of the first Marine to be honor man

W a full ,Lieutenant are newly promoted of the Aviation Electricians Mate

_' : '.'( Lts. Ira Hughes and Robe School since the opening of the
; :" ;" art Carroll The entire squadron school at NATTCenter.
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,, 0' offers Its congratulations and M/Sgt. Coover completed the

, i ,,;,i hopes they both make.admiral. thirty.three weeks course witha

' .t.. f' .. .Thirty-two squadron white hats 91.15 average to top 18 other

1.. .' =;;,'., will, be knocking down a little men in his class
t He w'as sent here for school in
shortly
r ,' 4; more of the long green"

,. ;..ff; )";;' as a result of the recent Navy February 1952 and now has been
', rJ1l': wide exams. Unfortunately several asigned here for instructor dutyin

', .t.:<:7':. men who passed the 'examinations the Aviation Electricians Mate

". ;.' !. '.,.,:, cant be advanced now School (A).

,: r ,: due to ,quota limitations. Before entering the MarineCorps
t ; re-enlist- in November, 1942, he attended
Off on.a twenty-day a ,',
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it .. --.m".. a """ the Cathedral High Schoolin
.t r ':' rnent leave is Roger Wilson, AM2, j ,
'1'1 ) who, showing the courage of his FIRST MARINE HONOR STUDENT- M/Sgt. Thomas F. El Paso, Texas, his hometown
..," i', (. over for six. Coover receives a commendation from Lt. Col. James C. Lindsay, JUMP FOR JOY-Joyful Joy
convictions shipped
Niven makes pictureas
a pretty
commanding officer of Marine Aviation Detachment for becomingthe ,
'WJ' ', was anything but Electricians she stands on a "sprawlseat"
The sledding
:l I first Marine honor student at Aviation !Mate (8)) What mother used to call Sin, at hotel
near the pool a
with
when VJ-62 tangled the 33-week course
smooth Coover completed
;;: ," ." School at NATTCenter. daughter now calls Experience:; la Las Vegas, Nev.
.'. L. scheduled touch- of 91.15. 'j
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Medics Hold .

{ tix h Slim LeadIn



BowlingMedico's


held an tmfirm grip on
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League as play entered the third
t x week and each squad had faced

.r four opponents. The leaders have

With John Charvat n not lost a point in any outing to
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f total ]6. .Q
With the chatter of the World Series still hanging in the air -
In second place with 15 points '
.around Naval Air Station sports circles there was little time for talk
r }I is Fasron Six No. 1 and In a
of the Fliers, who last Saturday convinced a handfull of patrons that I -
three-way tie for third are FA W-
they could win on the gridiron.The .
'14 11, defending champions, Dental
many diamond bugs throughout the station were glued to the and Special Services. Each have
television screens, viewing the fourth game of the Series, few even x '_ 13 points. Pill Rollers, Fasron 109
queried about Jax Navy's outcome with Patuxent River. and Fasron 51 hold the two-
up
GETTING READY-Pitting fast light men with heavier' -
It was a 19-0 thriller that saw the locals reweave their 'defense nents is"one way for both men to improve their styles. Here box digit owners.
in the second heat after appearing sieve-like in the first, to thwart ing coach AI Mueller instructs Wetherly Fisher (left) lightheavy Last week Operations took threeof
any Bomber attack and protect a three-touchdown margin. against welter Sam Williams, an all-Navy selectee. Jax Navy's four points from VP-861 on a
squad Is in training for the invasion of Charleston Navy
Should Be A Full House Saturday tonight at NATTCenter. 2050-1905 pin total. Fast on Six
If there is not a full house this Saturday, Oct. 11, to watch the No. 1 rolled a 2438 series to take _

Fliers defeat Eglin Air Force Base, then every cow in Texas shouldbe Mittmen Clash With Charleston three points from VJ-62, sportinga
transported to Iowa and every oil well in Oklahoma tapped to the 2197 pin fall.

Pacific.We can't fathom the logic handed down by "should ,be" grid fans Tonight At Center Auditorium 109 Tuesday for the VJ-2 maximum measured with a Fasron 2297-

around these premises who feel that because Jax Navy was shellackedby 1920 pin victory. FAW-11 dropped
Parris Island there won't be a football game worth watching the I Boxers from Charleston Mine I handing the fight to groggy a single point to Faaron 51 witha
Craft Base will invade NAS Jax Pill
22-57-2135 total and the
remainder of the season. I Black.
tonight to match blows with Jax Rollers out rolled O&G for four
Time and again we've stated that Parris Island was simply a mistake Navy in the first official encounter A smacking left hook becamean points, the pin fall reading 1933- .
on the schedule. No one on the station expected the Fliers to of the season at NATTC almost lethal weapon for Jim 1805. .
Win, at least those who knew anything about tM squad. If it had Auditorium at 1930. Gumm Jax Navy middleweightas Special Services blanked ORC s

been possible to drop the Parris Island fray from the schedule it Nine bouts ranging from lightto he decisioned his man in three Inst. with a ,1173-1956! series to
Would have been done. for an win. '
heavy, are tentatively planned easy open Wednesd ty's play while Op-
Seasou Looks Brighter with the Fliers well representedin Jimmy Phillips dropped a close erations won a 3-1 advantage over
<. But that's gone and there are seven games to be played. The all divisions. Tom Ruther and decision in a lightweight hassle Fasron Six No. 2 and VP-741 for-
three home meetings could easily resolt in Jax Navy victories and Tiger Tom Johns will go as while Bill Fisher dropped his opponent feited to VJ62.

the four on the road should offer no less than an even split. heavyweights; Bill Fisher and in the third and finally No less than three shutouts were

So much for who wasn't at Varsity Field Saturday It's "who Jim Gumm are lightheavy hopes, gained a light heavy decision. recorded Thursday. Pin fall totals

-was" that makes copy. and John Perkins and Sam Williams Lightweights Jacky Carpenter were Pill Rollers over Marines

Coach Barksdale was pleased with the results Saturday but again have the nod for middleweight and Ron Burnsworth went I 2139-1802; Dental over Blood
stated that he did not have a scoring punch that can be consistently contention. All these against each other in en exhibition -' Bank 2159-1895; and Medico's
counted on and he plans on spending most of the week in remedyingthe mittmen have been matched match. over VP-861, 20571924.
situation. with Charleston men of corresponding ---

After a poor first half the Fliers' defense tightened and stoppedthe weight.
Bomber running attack cold in the second and it was the work Plenty LightweightsJax FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT

.f Greg Blyler, Junior C&ssell, Louis Geib, James Arnold and Don Navy also has a fine stockof THE; WINNERS
Batson that cemented the holes. lightweights. Ted Desantis, I
Filer Have Two Good Quarterback Jacky Carpenter, Ron Burns- I Games For Saturday Oct. 11

Backing up the line, Frank Mickle and Bob DiPasquali gave fine worth, Jimmy Harper and Jim (Home teams in right column)

accounts of themselves while Homer Brinson and Don Meyerchick assisted Phillips are hoping for oppo Columbia ......__........._.4... vs ...._.._...__...._....._... YalePrinceton
Tom O'Donnell with the secondary and registered yeoman's nents. Pennsylvania .............._.... vs ...__._._..-...._..
duty. Under coach Al Mueller, varsity Washington ..____......... vs _..._...........__...._.. Illinois
If the locals can build around Jack Bishop and Harry Stuldreher mittmen clashed with Raiford Wisconsin ..........._............ vs _........._......_... Ohio State
at quarterback it's quite possible you'll see a smooth functioning Prison over the weekend in a Oklahoma .._...?..__.._..._ vs ...._._._......_.._.... Texas
eplit-T eleven Saturday when the Fliers hoot Eglin. 'our-bout contest, winning two Tulsa ..............._............... vs .4._........_._.._.... Houston
Darrell Spang's return to action struck a heartening note in a of the four and losing a third bya Clemson __.__.__........_... vs ............._._._......... Florida

possible touchdown tune as the rugged BloomIngton Ill lad groundout technical ruling. Michigan .._.__._.......-..... vs ...._........_._......._ Indiana
27 yards in nine carries in his first outing. You'll definitely see Decision Raiford Maryland .........._........_.. vs .........;:..................... Georgia
more of him this Saturday. Sam Williams was having an LSU __........-......_...._..;.._ vs __.._..._._...._ Kentucky
It's the same story about advance publicity on a visiting: team, easy time in a middleweight go William & Mary _....._._ vs .._._..___.._..._..... NavyArkansas .
there's no information on hand. However, on the strength of the with Sirocco Black and had him Baylor ........................___ vs ___.4..._.......__
Fliers' victory over Patuxent we give you Jax Navy in a tight one. reeling and hanging on the ropes Oregon State ..___.__.._ vs ..........._._.....__... Stanford _

Weekly Picks Getting Tougher repeatedly. Pushing for a knockout California .._._..._...._.. vs ........-......_..4....-... Oregon
Oklahoma to beat Texas is our pick of the week. The Longhorns in the third Williams let fly Penn. State ..........._.....__ vs ................__...... West Va. ,

polled our POW last Saturday. We'll rate them an underdog against with a punch that accidently Rutgers ........_.-...._......._. vs ......,..._......-........... Colgate I
the Sooners who are prepping for big ones with Notre Dame and caught Black on the back of. the Northwestern ..-.._.._._4? vs .....-......_............. :MinnesotaVanderbilt

Kansas. neck. Mississippi ?..._.......?..._ vs ............._.........
e' Army over Dartmouth; Boston College over Drake; Columbia : Officials ruled it a rabbit Colorado ......_....___....._ vs ..........._........._...... Arizona
> over Yale; Harvard over N.Y.U.; Wisconsin over Ohio State; Penn I punch and took the round and Eglin AFB _......_.__..4.._ vs _............_.._...... Jax:: Navy
State over West Virginia; Notre Dame over Pitt; Illinois over Wash- fight from the Flier slugger, .
::0 Ington; Michigan over Indiana; Purdue over Iowa; Kansas over Iowa I; (Predict the score of this game) .

:'. State; Nebraska over Kansas State; Michigan State over Texas A. & Basketball Practice
Oklahoma .._........._.._._... .
)L; Missouri over S.M.U.; Oklahoma A.AM. over Wichita; Alabama vs ....._._.___....-,.... Texas

over VPI; Auburn over Wofford; Florida over Clemson; Duke over Commences Monday

South Carolina; Maryland over Georgia; Georgia Tech over Tulane; Opening basketball practice Is Name. Rate/Rank.,
Kentucky over L.S.U.; Baylor over Arkansas; Tulsa over Houston; slated for Monday at 1430 at
U.C.L.A. over Rice; Idaho over Utah State California
; over Oregon; Malnside Gym. All prospective
Unit Assigned To_... Phone
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Stanford
over Oregon State; Mississippi Vanderbilt
over and Navy hardwood candidates are urged to -
over William and Mary. .
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t start conditioning work to facilitate
SHORT SHOTS. Probably the proudest guy in the Special ServIces a fast 1W2-53 season start. RULES
t' Department Monday was Phil McKay AM he passed out cigars to Coach Frank McCaffrey relatedthat 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof i tf
announce the birth of Michael Lee, an 8-lb. boy John McCaf all interested from each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select /
personnel,
frey, Jax Navy's stout hearted right hander who won an even dozen to win. If you predict a tie game place a (T) after the nalnt'Sot
any department on the station, teams you think will play to a tie score.
this year, was on the bench at halftime Saturday with teammates must bring their own equipmentto 2. All I 'games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
t Tom Neely and Jim Coughlin. The reverent fireballer just returned the initial practice sessions. .count as losses unless predicted. v
from a long leave in Cleveland and has resumed his NATTCenter duties 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the I'
Another baseballer, Phil Righter was all "smiles" Saturday Following last week's pattern, game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with .., "
the most nearly correct score will win the contest. '
, as he remembered his antics with many of the Pax River grids- there will be five pick-up pointsfor 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con ,,
t ters the previous night in the NATTCenter area. the pigskin ballots. Personnel sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating '.'j.- '
may leave their selections, to the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible: )(,r:
< Contest Winner Misses Only Two be picked up by deadline time 5. In the event a game' is postponed or rescheduled for ;'.'
it is '
any reason automatically excluded from the contest final .
1700 Friday, at (1)) Jax Air News ratings.
By virtue of predicting the exact ever, Oibeaut gave the nod to offices, Building 930 Mainside; 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
) score of the Illinois-Wisconsin Wisconsin: 7-0, and Shore was on (2) Navy Exchange canteen Friday to the Jax Air. News Office in the Special Services Build .

I game, E. W Shore, ACl, attached the nose with the Badgers in NATTC; (3) Naval Hospital Ex- ing. 7.930.All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof
: to NATTCenter ANP) School front, 20-7, change canteen; ((4)) Main lobby personnel of the Jax Air News are eligible to enter the con
won top honors in the second In third place with three misses of Overhaul and Repair depart- test.
Football Special last week. was A. H. Knight, ADAN, with ment; ((5)) Fasron Six jet shop 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
; 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
Shore missed only two selec VJ62. He failed on Jax Navy- canteen counter. Thursday following the Saturday on which the game it played.
. tions. Ironically one was his Patuxent, LSU-Rice and Michi r .
TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
pick othe Patuxent River-Jax: gan-Stanford. There were no oth- More Sports First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy J
. Navy game, as did Donald Gibeaut er entries with lees than three Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
"+ PN3, of Faaron Six How- misses, On Page 8 third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit.
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selves for the coming cross- ), :. -' week with a victory over NAS Patuxent River and the Fliers
trials to be held Oct. 16 .
country d,. will be out to make it two wins in a row Saturday when they
in preparation for a meet with \ t ,9\ a entertain Eglin Air Force Base at Varsity Field. Kickoff is

the University of Florida Nov. 17 1400. '

Gainesville.At .
at Saturday's fray, as are all
.
the present time. 12 men considerably heavier than the
other home is to
games, open
r f. have signified their interest and Fliers. Th'e Eagle backfield will
the
public. ..
been working out their 179 pounds.Sparkplugging .
have on average
Coach Fidel Gander will send
own. Coaches Paul McCoy and the Eagle back-
the line into the
Eglin fray averaging
a Ralph Beaver will begin formal field for the third consecutiveseason
203 Vi pounds, which is
practice as soon as the new Jax is Fred Russell, 180 pound

..i Navy track oval is completed. FLIERS WIN FIRST-Patux- lefthalf who was a standout at

r ent's tailback Jim Herd ((23)is ) Kent State (Ohio). It was Russell

1 stopped by Tom O'Don- who paced a 21-0 shutout
..;;; NARTU Supply nel ((16)) and 'Bob DiPasquall
over the Fliers in 1950.
((38)) in top photo. Registering;

j Jax:: .Navy's .first six-pointer of Completing the visitor's ball
Mainside the season and first of three
Atop carrying corps are Swen rass,
against Patuxent is end George
Shotwell (right) who took 160 pound quarterback, Talizay,

Gridiron Ladder Jack Bishop's pass: in the end 185 pound righthalf, and Pat

zone midway in the third per- Fields, '190 pound fullback.

Winless in its first two iod. The Fliers defeated NAS
.. games' Patuxent Bombers 19-0, in Slight Lineup ChangeIn
,..1 Fasron 51 picked on nothing shot their home debut last Saturday preparing his charges for

.., of the league leading six of the ._ Saturday's fray Coach Dave
-" -- -- -
NAS intramural touch football Barksdale will have Jack Bishop,

league last week to gain a victory, Four UndefeatedIn who engineered last week's three

defeating<< Fast on 109, 24-20, on the % touchdowns over Patuxent, in the

strength of first downs. .
slot.
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NATTCenter .Vtv AOW key
Both squads enrolled three
It will be a slightly modified
touchdowns and two extra points
k backfield facing Eglin with Larry
in the regulation time but the issue Touch Grid PlayTouch
: White returning at right half,
: decided first downs
was by
: grid play got underwayin and Darrell Spang picked to open
Fasron 51 leading 84. L e r o y '
j Kill-, Grady Martin i and Bob earnest at NATTCenter after Fliers Find Range With 'at the left side. Joe Mastice, .

Townsend shared scoring honors rain had postponed all games but hard-charging 175-pound New

; the winners while one last week: All results are as Jerseyite, will start at fullback.
for Rodney
Dicks crossed twice and Bob Mc- of last Friday.AO 19-0 Win Patuxenfi Barksdale also has another top

i Elhaney once for Fasron 109. Ships Company pumped outa over notch signal caller in Harry

decisive 12-0 win from the Medics Stuhldreher, former Michigan
Tredlnnlrk Shine Jax five of 20 Patuxent River
Navy completed only passes against
forfeit University flash he call
dirt as Personnel accepted a can on
Brad Tredinnick hit pay School here last Saturday afternoon but two were good for touchdowns and
tilt from AK School. AE for duty.
three times to pace a 26-0 NARTU the Fliers went on to defeat the Bombers, 19-0, before an eager throngof I
McKenzie forfeited to Supply in the third Forward Wall Set 1
win O&G. Walt
:1 R over grid followers at the '52 home opener.
scored the fourth Reserve touch- scheduled opening day game.A James Arnold and George Shot- a
Held to scoreless. draw
a throughthe
safety spelled a 2-0 victoryfor
down and J, W Shuman added two on the two. The toss was letter well will again assume their assignments -
ANP first half of play the Fliers
AO Students over ( )
extra points. I perfect and big Ahrend wrappedit on the outer flanks of
turned to Jack
while ANP( ) Students Bishop a fleet
Ships Company
'J Leading 20-12 at halftime, Faa1 -. up before buckling two defenders the Fliers' line while Everett
forfeited to AO Ships Com true armed Asheville, N. C. lad, in
ron Six posted a new igh score [ to across. Crews
go returns to anchor the cen-
the second stanza and he
promptly
pany, 10. Air Craft Maintenancewon
for the season by out-touchdown- molded three-touchdown vic- : First half action was torrid as ter. Ron Lawhead and Leo Kelly
a thriller from AK School, : a
} ing O&G, 4118. Charlie Hontz I 14-12. tory. 'I' both elevens had opportunities to received guard assignments and

.;; scored three times for the Fasron- break the game wide open. But Terrel Beckham and Joe Fronkoare
Student Electricians thesecond five. founda
pulled Bishop threw passes,
ites while teammates Tex Dvorz-
: just when the going appeared easy slated for tackle duty.
'i 2-0 win of the v wk, drop- receiver twice and both were
anak Johnny Hodnet and Jim Al- I the opposing line would tighten- Defensively the Fliers will set
ping the Marines. Special Serv- I labeled touchdowns. Adding to his
i' ler counted once each. and neither squad penetrated deeper with Homer Brinson, Don Meyer-
ices-First Lieut smashed the Medics laurels, Bishop galloped 47 yards
,; For the losing O&G six it was than the 22.Filers' chick, Bob Dipasquali and Tom
70. down the east- side line for a TD
Jim Perry and John Hooban that
'l week AO and creased the bar for Drive Stall O'Donnell who'll patrol the sec
carried the scoring load. Notching three for the cross! once '

""** Forfeit Wins Ships Company rattled ANP( ) an extra point to figure in all the Pax River halted a Jax Navy ondary pasture

r 1.\ Forfeit victories were registered Ships Company, (toO. while AK scoring. drive on their own 22 that openedon Fliers Much ImprovedThe

;', by NARTU and VJ-62 over VP-861 School got by Student Ordnancemen Fumble Sets Up Score the Bombers' 45. Brinson recovered Fliers have tasted both

r and the Marines, respectively.By 14-6 and AE Students Homer Brinson knifed through a fumble by Pax fullback victory and defeat thus far but

virtue of. its two wins last swamped ANP( ) Students, 45-0. from a defensive halfback slot Bob Trout the first time the visi- the loss was perhaps a little over

;::; week NARTU Jumped into the top Friday. night Supply forfeitedto midway in the third quarter to jar tors had possession and the Fliers seasoned.

; spot among the 11 competingteams Aircraft Maintenance, Marines Pax's Jim Herd on his own 14 and quickly moved inside the 30 on two Last season the Eglin eleven
took its first fray, 18-2, from Per- stabs by Darrell Spang and a Barry
with a 3-0 record. In sec- I the Fliers recovered the fumbleon posted 27-7 win over Jax Navy

I ond place only one victory short, sonnel, while Special Services beat the 11. I Stuldreher to Shotwell pass and although they return wjth a

', is Supply, Both are the only unbeaten I Medical, 36-6. Four plays that covered a dozen yards. majority of starters the Fliers

,. The standings: > However at the 26 the Fliers C
..n1 teams remaining. later, after both are much improved.and must be

The standings: STANDINGS Mon !.... Trt. elevens had exchanged were only.able to move four yardsas rated slight favorite.

A1 Team R'. I.. AO Ships Company. .. 3 0 1000A z. two pitches by Stuldreher were .
NARFU ,. .. ...... ...........3 0 E School . ...... 3 0 1000 15-
...1' Supply .. ..................... 2 0 Yrg'iatt'MiIS Lt..... 2 0 Iflrti) yard pen a 1. incomplete and the Bomber de- "
Fasron 109 ..................... 2 1 t. ...... 2 0 1000 fense to and naught as the Fliers took over. ,
VJ-62 . ....................2 1 Personnel ............ 2 1 .666 ties Bishop tightened stop Spang
."./ Hospital : .................... 1 1 Marines ........... 1 1 .500 \ Larry White. STATISTICS
Fasten Six ... ..... ......;..... 1 1 AO Students .......... 1 1 .500 found rangy Jss Navy Paz later
Msron 51 ..................... 1 2 AK School .. .......1 2 .3.13 George Shot Bomber Threat Halted S2 6 First Downs 8
0" G.............. ........... 1 2 ANP( Ships Co. ...... 0 2 .000 ] Yards Rushing 19
,VP-86l ............. .......... 1 2 ANP) Students ......0 3 .000 well in the end The foe threatened late in the 20 Passes Alt. 10 I
VP-741 ........................ 1 2 Supply.. ............. 0 3 .000 :5 Passes Compo 2
.Marines ........................ 0 3 Medical ...to.......... 0 3 .000) :zone from the quarter after Norm Hager re- 244 92 Passing Total Yardage aiMO I
Yardage :

... '" ....... .... .- ._. ,- nine-yard I line turned Don Meyerchick's punt to 31 0 Passes Int. 2w
Punts
and the Fliers Avft. :
Bishop the Pax 40. Herd tiled right 70 55
I led 6-0. Bish- guard for six and Stone got a 3 FumblestiLost 3

op's conversion attempt was wide. first down at the midfield stripe :Tax Navy ... ...::::::-.0. 0 IS 6-19
Pax River .. .. ....
.0 0 0 O- o
The clock showed only two min- over the center, Scoring: Jax Nary ((Shotwell./ Bish

utes to play in the third when Herd and Trout carried for an- rgy' Ahrtnd ljt.Extra points: Bishop

,; wales Bishop broke through from the other first and ten at the 35, but JAX NAVY

Bombers' 47 to reach pay dirt un- the Jax line stiffened and the EndsBehr, Arnold, Shotwelt Off-
touched. The high stepping North rin Ca. Weaver
Bombers got no further than the Tackles: Barco, Beckham. Waldrof.
Carolinian faked twice before cut- 31. Arnold trapped the hard driving Gelb Blyler
GuardsFronko.: Grogl. Dunn, Law-
ting over the middle to completehis Trout on third down at the 40 head Kelly.
touchdown sprint. C ntt'ra'ebb.: Ciewr Mlckle.
and the Fliers regained possession Quarterbacks: Stuldreher. Bishop

Bishop Tosses To Ahrend following a punt on their own 46. Halfbacks: Slzemore. White, Spinier.
Ahrend,
Crum Meyerchlck. MacMll-
At the halfway point in the final Only one second quarter pene- llan O'Donell, Brinson Ca ., Fullback: Tucker, Mastice El sen-
Y stanza, James Arnold blockeda tration was register.inW Pax River brand.

._._ .__ _m__ __ ..._______ ______ River the Bombers' its .
before
Pax punt on drove to the Jax 24 TA1TXKNT RIVER

TOUCII GRID ACTION-Here is a NAS touch grid fray that 26 and Bob Dipasquali recovered attack bogged down. A 40-yard Ends: Sel7er I r'f'liu' Slay, Velt

was decided the hard way. A snap from Fasron 51's Arch Jacksonwas the loose pigskin for the Fliers at Jaunt by Trout set up the scoring Stevenson Tackles: Langer, Yost.
Gene Whage (extreme left), who in turn lateraled I
snagged by Guards: LeBeau. Krawgzyk, Schmidt,
the line of
scrimmage. chance but
S quarterback Harry
C; to Dick McCelhaney (white trousers) who ran the rest of the way Palmer.
for a touchdown. The play covered 75 yards. Fasron 51 took the Bishop immediately took to the Jensen was unable to find receivers CentersStrickland.Quarterbacks: Trout. HcrboM.Jensen.

,:, tilt 21-20, although the game actually ended in a tie. Fasron 51 air and on his first pitch connected for three desperation! tosses Halfbacks: Herd Tubbert. VIlA
counted 8 first downs to Fasron 109's 4, with first downs counting availed SmY. FlemmlnR Roglln. Schoener.
with Leatherneck Jim Ahrend and a running play
Fullbacks Stone,
; Davis Hager.
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JAX AIR NEWS 9 October 1952
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Blue Cross-Shield "'
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&mmJ 2-Day Collection() 4

(Items offering for Bale article !

of property such as washing ma Period In Force

chines, automobiles, furniture, radios \ 4 ., ik Y
clothing and the like an s I Blue Cross and Blue Shield > :

prohibited by Defense Departmen I premiums must be paid on regular j.( '

regulations. This column will, i collection days established for the .:,'1

however, list such services as: Station, It has been announced by 4 i

available housing, rides wante< the Industrial Relabons..departi

and lost and found articles or ment. .1f 1

other similar notices.) After. trying several systems, .) .'

the Station has found the two-
FOR RENT
day collection period to be the
Furn. 6-rm. house. $100 mo. 520'( most satisfactory method although

Rosselle. Ph. 8-S059.:: Mrs. Vann the company contracts provide a

Unfurn. 2-bedrm bungalow. $10<
grace period of ten days.
mo. 4748 Kerle. Ph. 2-6151 after ')

6 p.m. or '7-8616. Mrs. Fran a :GVa Premium are. due "the 15th of. \\o. '
'al" ,II'
ces Stephens.Sing. each month, and collections will .11

and dble. rms. 1147 Avon be made the Monday and Tuesday \0-i

dale Ph. 2-5930. Mrs. Lee following: the second per diem ....':

Shultr. (weekly) payday each month. -,
Share :5-rm. apt. 415 Dellwood recent announcement that ij]

Mrs. Turpin.: I double billing of employees pres- 'I-
instructors the basic principles -
to prospective
TRAIN INSTRUCTORS-Entrusted with imparting; '
Riverfront. $100 mo :
5rm. house, of teaching is this staff of the Instructor Training; School at NATTCenter First row left ent on collection days would not .

Ph. 6-3631 or 2-8037. Mr. Boy. to right: are: Fred Burnett, ADC; Gordon Totten consultant: Lt. Carl Echols, assistant traingfacilities be. permitted was necessitated because I
ette. officer; Lt. Harry Johnson training facilities officer; Don Gustine, co-ordlnator and Bryce the privilege had been 1
Blvd. Ph Robert Usher Farron Gallop: J. William Jones; Myrle Joslin, AEC;
1-rm. 4244 San Juan Worrock, Al\IC. Second row: ; abused. Blue Cross-Blue Shield ;
Lowell. M/Sgt. Jack Demmond; Raymond Martin, AMC; Stanley Kea; Allyn Litherland, and Harold Besse. .
8-6297. Mrs. '
unless
headquarters I advised that ;

Furn. 2-bedrm. house. 5244 Roe f For Prospective InstructorsFullTime Special Services : controls were enforced, they would ";r

selle. Mr. Doane. I have to cancel the double billing ) '11

Widow will share home with altogether. ;..d .

couple. Ph. 23808. :Mrs. Dor- Job For Center's'9nstructor Bulletin J..

man. This would of course, mean that

1-bedrm. 2962 Dellwood. Ph. 2- TOOTH. II."ALl.Opt. 19S'. these! employees officially absentor i

4007. Mrs. Patterson. School unoEglin J.u Navy assigned temporary additional .,'.;
3 rms., by day or week. 2601 : Training FieldIlet.ls 1932.: duty at other activities would un- ,,,;'

Park St. Ph. 8-2770. Mrs. S. R, Varsity Basketball 164e Practice .. Bldr. 3llON'i.ING fairly be forced to go on direct.t :,

Houston. One of the lesser known schoolsat : '
ordinator at the school said, "It I pay.
Furn. 3rm. bungalow. $55 mo, I the Naval Air Technical Training is extremely interesting to see the Operations Ort... .. .,U..,..19U. . .. Marines Hereafter, members who do rot '-, ,j'
2820 Harvard Ave., Ortega. Mrs Center, and yet a school that I )'oaron II No 1. .vs . . Jo'\W.ll and who were present on collection : ;
proven theories of education being VP 7ft . .. .. .V". . Blood Bank pay
Mobley. Is needed to train the many Navy, Ort. 11. lIUFuron days will be so marked .1 i( ,

2rm. furn. apt. $50 mo. 826 May Marine, and civilian instructors is put to at the work Center.In such" a practicalway M II Nu.. .:I... ,.V.VI.. ...Special.:. . Str'I'eAFuron 1}{>"t..1fo'uron on the invoice, and their contracts ;if.

St. Ph. 7-6048. Mrs. Ellington. I' the Navy Instructor Training 109 iit..vs U. .193. :.'. ..... VJ 62 will be placed on a direct '.'

1 sleeping rm., day or week. 112 School, Class "C." Fasron 6 No. 1 va VP 711VJ2 basis necessitating payment
I .' . . :vs:::::::::: Marines pay : .:
E. Ashley St. Ph. 7-6048. Mrs. The Instructor Training School, You Can Win $50 ORC. lnst. . ..va. .. ...."..01& G of the quarterly /ce which runs %a
[ Ort, III. l'U :
Ellington. doing a full-time job, Is designedto Pill Rollers ...VII. Special: ServlceaFasron considerably higher than the ,
Unfurn. 3-bedrm. house. 2305 Ur instructors You win $50.00 and assure 100 "A'Vi. . . \\.11 rate. Persons placed on direct ,
give prospective I can Operations ... ..VI. . :Medico'sTOl group '
ban Rd., Lake Shore. Ph. 8- three things: ((1)) Working knowl- your future as an enlisted man 'ell 1"OOTn..L pay must stay in this status : :4:

4284. Mrs. C. E. Donea. edge of the basic principles of If you can answer yes to these Oc13, 1932Fasron for a period of three months before '
2224 Dellwood. Ph. 7-5065. J09 .. :.vs. . . Hospital : ,
1 rm. i teaching; ((2)) Practical experience questions. Od. U. ItU being eligible for transfer
I' . .. . .
Mrs. Kendle. under direct supervision in the 1, Are you in the regular Navyor VP 741 'h'..vu U,. 1932VP 01& C back to the group :.

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 2148 Rosselle St. and presentation of Marine Corps set . . ..,.. . Fanon 51 It is hoped that those members '. ';
reparation Fa.ron 6 . .. VII. . . Mat InMOrt. ."\
Ph. 7-5461. Mrs. Emory. lessons; ((3)) Experience in the critical 2. Have you served at least six 16. 1932VJ on official leave or TAD elsewhereon S

Furn. 3-rm. apt. 2148 Rosselle St. analysis and evaluation of years on active duty NARTU 62 ;; ;: :;: : :.vs.vs.: :: : : : : : Hospital Supply collections days will make arrangements ..>; :

Ph. 75461. Mrs. Emory. teaching. 3. Do you plan a career in the t'OI.1.F.YlALL to pay their premiums ;

Furn. 3-rm. apt., available after a service I "'fOrk .f 0c1. U. 1911' on time. However, should the ";:.
Marines . . .VI. VI" 741 Cators '
28th Sept. Inquire 440 7th St. The school is divided into two For information about joining fo'anon 6 . . 'a. i.... Operations records show them officially absent : 1'>>
Special Servces .v. .......... 0" 11Fasron I '
R. D. Sweet. divisions, Instructor Training Branch 91 Fleet Reserve Association 51 ...... ..V.. .... .. .. VI" 861 i the double billing privilegewill ;
Furn. rm. 2312 College. Ph. 7- which will the Supply .vs 109 I be granted. '.>
Class and Instructional Super- give you op- I Operations ::::::.vs: :'V'p'7fta Bombers
6219. Mrs. Clark. vision Class. The entire curricu- portunity to win $50.00 and assure VP 861 vs. ........ .Supply I Notices of collection dates wilt .
VP 7U Cators ..v. ....... Furon 6 '.'
Unfurn. 5-rm. house. $70 mo. 518 lum for the Instructor Training your future and the future of all Special Services .vs, .. Marines te published in the Jax Air New :
W. 24th St. Ph. 3-9729. Mrs. v 62 I. . . .::.vs.:::::: Fasron 51Fasron109 I ....
I' Class Is taught in 200 hours and Navy and Marine Corps enlisted ...., ..v. .. :. . 0 Br R : and in the Plan of the Day. It
Eva Knight. distributed over a five-week pe- men, call either of the following VJ-6:1: __....... ......_.vaV4BombersHOnnY remains the sole responsibility of

Furn. apt. $35 mo. 145 W. 3rd Instructional today: RELE Omar B. Fisher, office 1I0P JlOCKS each member to see that his premium
riod. SupervisionClass
Tugs thru t'rl. . .. ...... .14(012200(
St. Ph. 39729. Mrs. Eva Knight. is taught in 80 hours.A phone 525 home phone 88- Saturday .. ...........0'100-1730 is paid on the dates named.
4.rm. house. $65 mo. 330 W. 26th Fundamentals of SupervisionClass 8486; Lonnie P. Richburg, AKC, Sunday and Monday. a...........St'CurtdI I .

St. Ph. 39729. Mrs. Eva office 8237 home 2- Whitehats Clash With
is also taught at the school phone phone Officers Wives Golfers
Knight. which gives the students in the 1720; or Ensign Jean Kirsh, office Marines In Swim Meet\
B-bedrm. house. 1611 McDuff Ave. 561 then Entertain TimuquanaOfficers
Hospital extension
phone '
I Aviation Electrlclansmate ClassB .
Sharks and barracudas will
Ph. 6-0423 or 28960. J. E. Me-
17 home 88-9330.:
Cants. i Aviation Oidnanceman Class B, phone Wives Golf Group prowl the indoor pool tonlghf'asthe

2518 Paik, River Aviation Ordnance Class O, and will entertain Timuquana Coun- ANP) sailor sharks and the lrf+
Sleeping rm.
{ side. I Aviation Ground Officers Class O, NOTICEBlue try Club with an 18-hole mixed Marine barracudas clash in their

fundamentals of supervision. Cross and Blue Shield two-ball foursome Oct. 12. third swim meet of the season at
FOR SALE .* Anyone who wishes to play
I payments are due Oct. 13-14, 1900.
3-bedrm. house. 2135 BlandingBlvd. running instruction, method policy holders are reminded. can sign up at the Golf Shack The Marines are out to avenge

., Lake Shore. Ph. ext. 446, of teaching, Instructional aids, and before Friday noon. three straight defeats and the
2-3974. Lt. Bur fee.
or testing and grading are only a Sailors intend to lengthen their
9 Sell equity in 35-ft, 2-bedrm. part of the many phases of the victory string. Keen competition '
trailer. Lot 63 Azalea
house
school's curriculum. Before grad from an improved Marine squadis
Trailer Park. Ph. ext. 661. Mr.
uation each student presents R ,. promised. All personnel are invited .-Ji\

Carver. three lessons In class, where he "to attend the contest. Jt'
Sell equity In 2-bedrm. house. 965
'
receives constructive criticism. J ',
Mikael. Ph. 8-3109. Mr. Corner: Th' :.
Upon graduation from the i For Recordwr
2-bedrm. house, sell equity $1,000and
school, newly taught Instructors "'
take;: up payments. 1066 De- ANSWERS
are given jobs throughout the (Continued from Pare 3)
troit Circle W. Ph. ext. 8101,
Blanton. Center to instruct Navy and Marine yf tA9 1. William Henry Harrison had
M/Sgt. personnel in the aviation
:5-rm. house. $9.000. 513 W. 24th ten children.

St. Ph. 39729. Mrs. Eva Knight. I schools. 2.- Yes. Nine, including Wilson, Gas
*
Sell or trade equity in :34-ft. house !5' k. :: who was elected both times with
An In- erv&'e& training program t
trailer for equity in house. Ph. less than 47 percent of the popular
has also been established at the vote "
2 9365. Hobbs Trailer Court.
school. Through the use of this s ) s
Mr. Clark. V 3. Two. The election of'Thont-
program, all instructors are ob ( Jefferson in 1800 and John '
M
5-rm. hnu9P. :Murray Hill, avail. (
aerved by the Instructor Training :' ,
Quincy Adams in 182 t.
Nov. 1. Ph. 8-1679. Mrs. Williams. 1
staff at their teaching assign- 4. Jefferson Davis, a West Point 'J ,-
I menu once every six months to Point graduate. "t=

MISCELLANEOUS note if any improvement U neededin 5. Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford Y
Riders wanted from Lakeside Vil-
their instructional .
las on Blanding Blvd. via Gtretine techniques.Don _,.___ _. ..m................ ......n.... _.....H_ ... .............. __ ... B. Hayes; Benjamin j Harrison, ':."
R. :
training corn
,
James A. Garfield and William ..
Orange Park 0730 to 1600. Ph. DUVAL COUNTY RUNNERS-UP-Presenting a trophy, 'symbolic -

ext. 312. Mr. Carl Smith. ext. 419. Mr. Censtl.! of second place in the recent Duval County Softball championships McKinley. ..',,
DrivIng to New York on or about Baby sitter, by the week. 1056 to Jax Navy coach Matt Fedak Is Lcdr. Richard Donahue: ,' 6. Houston, Tex. This was the.'"') '.

Oct. 17. Will Velma St. Mrs.: Crews.Baby Special Services officer. Team members grouped around are, left only time in history that a US\J .::
paying
carry passenger. to right: Woodrow Perry, Qulnten McElyea, Ralph: Baughan, Gene invention was held in a Southern .'
Ph. 3-73Q.; Sgt. Wall. sitter or dally ho **work. Morton, George Breen, Kollyn Trotter, John Doherty, Tom lien- stats. !
During; to Newark N. J. Oct. 10. Ph. 7-4783. Mr. Do.M dritk and Dale Reitenour. "


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