Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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First Carrier Arrives Monday


' 'i' USS the aircraft DUE honor Tarawa HERE carrier of(MONDAYThe CVA-40)being to tie the, draws up first at I ya ,, uss Tarawa First To Dock 1 1At

I 1\layport carrier basin. The historic -
event takes place Monday \
MFROM Mayport Basin Pier

I An important first in the history of Naval progress in

1 the Jacksonville area will be recorded Monday Oct. 27 when

_______ n the carrier USS Tarawa (CVA-40)) steams into Mayport 1
basin and secures her mooring lines to the newly completed .

carrier berthing pier.
Never before in-the decade or i
Field became the only area
more of the Navy's existence south of Norfolk with facilitiesfor ,
here has it been possible for a berthing heavy carriers.
heavy carrier to tie up to a dock
Use of the new carrier berthing
at Mayport. Previously flattops
basin ,is expected to facilitate '
had to anchor at sea off the jet-
tremendously the problem of J
loading aircraft and personnel.Now .
it will be possible for air- "
WITH THE completion of the .t:
craft flown to Mayport from
600-ft carrier pier and the dredg-
NAS Jacksonville and NAS Cecil
ing of the channel and basin,
I Field, to be hoisted directly
May 0 r t Auxiliary Landingfry'
p '
aboard the ship right from the

dock. Squadron officers and men

Reveal DateSChanges will embark with ease.
Arrival of the Tarawa, a car-

rier of the 37,500-ton Essex:
In class commanded by Capt. JackP.

Monroe, will be witnessed bya
PO'ExamsAdvancement small group of Jacksonvillecivic

leaders, state and national
:. examinations for government officials, and high
I 1953 will be held in February VOL-10 No. 28 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida Oct. 1952 ranking naval officers.
;' and August instead of Januaryand .
July, according to BuPers -Ideas- -Still Pay Off VICE ADM. John J. Ballentine,

C: Instruction received recently. Commander Air Force, Atlantic

service-wide Fleet, who commands all the air-
examinations Awarded craft carriers in the Atlantic has
for pay grades 0 & R Employees
E-5 E-6, and E-7 will be administered been invited to attend the event
on the following dates: by Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison -
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville '
E-7, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1953. For ,
$775 SuggestionsCash .
E-4, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1953. Shortly after tying up at the

E-5, Tuesday Feb. 17, 1953. awards totaling $775 were presented to 20 Overhaul and carrier pier next Monday, personnel -

w E-6, Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1953. Repair department employees in brief ceremonies last Thursday. of the Tarawa will begin'
I loading aboard aviation stores
It.' Recommendations for personnel Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, Overhaul Dekle was awarded his check I

,:1; : eligible to compete in these and Repair officer, awarded for a suggestion of refinishing pulleys Sunday November 2 has

t:, examinations must be submittedon the checks for beneficial suggestions with phenolic resin when been designated as Open House
or prior to Nov. 5, in memorandum will result in an estimated -
n' with invitation extendedto
form. The following information I' worn and scratched. A methodof Day an
;or _.. savings of 33,047.68 duringthe all people in this area to visit I'
--------'--- ---- landing
: worn
must be included: Correct repair whereby
t' BOYS Master in the USS Tarawa during the :
first they are opera-
first am year
last name, name flap selector valve quadrants are
Sergeant Reginald Bagube, of hours of 1300 until 1600.
middle initial, present rate, set the Liaison office of Aviation tion at this station. reworked won Holmes his award.
vice number, rate recommended Electrician's Mate School Merklinger designed a portable

for, USN or USNR, and a state NATTCenter presents newly Maximum award of $275 was brake bleeder which permits the and embarking support person-
ment that all candidates mee commissioned lieutenant presented to James Gorman for removal of air from brake sys- nel and pilots of Carrier Air

the minimum requirements and Charles a present Christie from with men his in barsas the an improved method for remov- (Please turn to Page 4, Col. 5) Group 10 from NAS Cecil Field

are eligible in all respects for'ff office. Lt. Christie is Marine ing inserts from clutch shaft. An and of Marine Fighter Squadron
s advancement. liaison officer for AE "A" award of $95 went to Julian P. H

,. School. (See story, page 4)) Dekle: $60 to Lawrence V. Howling: Nor'easter Dips 114.The ship is scheduled to re-

If training courses and practical !. Holmes; $50 to Harry J. Merkling- Thermometer To 46 Low main docked at Mayport until

factors have not been com. 4,000 HereIn er, and awards of $40 each to the following morning when she
pleted, forward by memorandum I Charles F. Parish and Charles M. It wasn't your imagination, it will get underway for the Jack-
really was cold here Tuesday- sonville operating area, where
wit)! Martin.
the date of completion For I
t Line 'cold at least for the month of carrier training exercises will be
training course marks to the Il Four awards of $25 each went
October in Jacksonville. conducted with Fleet Air Jack-
& E office as soon as they are accomplished to Robert L. Masson, Carl R.
by each candidate Wage Boost Jones, Willis B. Doolittle and Leon- Tuesday's low here at NAS, sonville squadrons until FridayOct.

This information must be furnished of. ard P. Burns. Charles A. Whise- according to Aerology, was 46. 31 when the ship will returnto
lr ', About 4,000 employees Low in the city was 43. But it
1953 LeonE.
': prior to Jan. 15, according nant, Austin Griswold and
r. looking .
Naval Air Station are the lowest record for *
to Personnel Officer'Memorandum Gonzales received $15.00. I. was not
i_' No. 5752. forward to a possible increasein this time of year. Lowest for October DOCKING of the ship at May-

;, I their paychecks.If received $10 was a 37 recorded in 1910. port marks the culmination of
Convening authorities in area increasesis Seven employees
a petition for such with that started"with
A howling Nor'easter, of planning
where the dates listed would Interfere Stabilization awards: Claud H. Israel, :MeetaP. years
the Wage
approved 45 miles hour in conducted by the
Albert winds up to an a survey
Frank A. Bolin
with operational contro will Simonton,
Board, employees helped chill the at Board in 1938. This
some spots, Hepburn
othe Keene Reginald D. Nor- II
of seagoing, aviation or : benefit by an approximate hour C. Board appointed by the
mosphere. was
overseas shore base units may; increase of 15 cents for laborer man, Dennis H. Hutchison, and '
ly (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 3))
I. r
conduct the examinations after; helper end mechanical, print. Mark A. Brazzell.

scheduled dates until the end of ing and lithographic services,

February. and six cents for commissary anti
laundry workers.

Result of Wage Survey
Only Eight
The Petition for the increase in

Left For Your wage schedules for such employ. Sqp
ees of the Navy in the Jackson- 3, r' 4a .r

Morals Essay ville area followed a wage survey 4\ .

Eight more days remain for conducted locally by the

a personnel preparing Moral' Es- Industrial Relations department,

: says to submit their papers be- NAS Jax, in conjunction with the
Bureau of Labor Statistics in

Valuable, prizes Washington.Will u

1 writers of the ten best essays. Increase PayrollThe ;
survey was made several +4' bR \ 4 C a
., Quite a few good essays have the
months ago, and if approved
received from some units,
J. been
;' new schedule will be placed in
but the has not been '
response _
i I., too gratifying from others. Division iod effect after starting Oct. 16.the first pay per- ___ t \ 3 r4'

leaders are urged to encourage -
Those benefitting are, for the
;' their personnel to participate most part, employed by the ..__...._ .. Wd' ..... .... ,n, .....
tI' in this program. ARDS-In ceremonies last Thursday Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, Overhauland
Overhaul and Repair department, RECEIVE CASH
I to these 20 O & R employees for their
are totaling $775
If enough good essays awarded individual checks
and Repair officer,
Public Works department, Charles
there be a Kneeling (left to right) are: Austin Griswold, Harry Merklinger,
i forthcoming may Beneficial Suggestions.
department. The increase Leonard Burns, Mark Braz-
the Supply ) Charles Whisenant
receive Martin and Frank Bolin. Standing (left to right:
chance that they Parish, Captain Coates,
presumably will up the zell, Julian Dekle, Albert Keene Leon Gonzales, James Gorman Charles
wide recognition throughoutthe already heavy Navy payroll hereby Claud Israel, Dennis Hutchison, Reginald Norman Carl Jones, Robert Masson, Meeta Simonton

Navy. 'more than $1,000,000. Lawrence Holmes and Willis Doolittle.


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Two JAX' AIR NEWS 23 October 1952


Report From Washington .

J1I xffl tt 11f5 Secretary USS( TarawaContinued of the from Navy Page to study 1) Taxpayers Put $65 Billion I

Naval defense needs along the "
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. coasts of the United States.In Into Till In Fiscal Year

NAS, JacksonvilleCapt. developing the basin at

BurnharmC. McCaffree Commanding Officer Mayport to accomodate large
Comdr. James IL Armstrong Executive OfficerLt. (By Armed Forces Press Service])'
Dave Barksdale Public Information. Officer carriers of great draft it was American taxpayers paid a rec- Ft. Bliss Tex. end White Sands

Fleet Air Jacksonville necessary to increase the depthto ord-breaking $65,009,585,000 into Proving Ground, Las Cruce
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander N. M. .
42 'feet. The around the last fiscal
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins Chief of Staff the Federal Treasury e e

Fleet Air Wing Eleven 600 foot steel pier where the year, an average of more than Production of a high-speed jet

Capt. Arthur S. Born ., Commander USS Tarawa will dock was than $415 for every man, woman, powered seaplane has been or-
Comdr. Joseph ''. Thornton____Chief Staff Officer and child in the nation. The Bu-
dredged to a depth of 44 feet. dered by the Navy. The plane-
Naval Air Technical Training:; Center reau of Internal Revenue reported
will be radically different in
Officer con
Capt. Edwin R. Peck. that receipts for the 1952 fis-
Executive Officer and design from past models
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart cept
TO PERMIT the carriers to cal year, which ended June 30,
Naval Hospital and will be designated the Model
turn around and head showed increase of 28.9 per-
back an
Commanding Officer
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton._ 275 Seamaster, the Navy said.
Capt. T. F. Weinert Executive Officer sea, the basin had to be built to cent over the previous year's income The Navy now has seaplanes
of $50,445,000,000. While
NARTU Officer a size of 3000 feet long and 2000 which are assisted in take-off by-
Capt. Easton B. Noble .Commanding tax collections outstripped all
Officer wide. jet but are propeller-driven in
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive previous years, the Treasury still

Pier accomodations also pro- wound up with a deficit of ap- flight. .
.. NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. vide
The JAX AIR ropriated* funds for four or five destroyer proximately $4,000,000,000.The .
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non app Conversion of Greenville
sit no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev escorts in addition to the car- total receipts, however, included -
of charge at the Naval Air Station the I Miss. to basic
distributed free a singleenginejet
1945 Copies are
Naval Air Reserve* Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. riers. Smaller auxiliary vessels millions of dollars in so-
school in 1953 has
Naval Hospital. may anchor in the basin. cial security and unemploymenttaxes
been announced by the Air
Editor-Andrew H. Planey In addition to the work on the which are not available for
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOS; John Char- Force. Graduates of the new jet
basin and piers 8000-foot general spending purposes.
Vat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen Harper. an training station will be
Forces Press Service. runway for use by jet aircraft is commis.-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or the sioned second
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be. printed withoutthe under construction. Three exist- An intensive study is now be-
Republication of other completion of training..
written permission of Armed Forces Press of 4000 ing made by the Army to deter-
matter except br service publications Is prohibited without permission ing foot runways were re .
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. tained. mine what areas in the U. S. will determine

Editorial offices located Building: 930 (topside). Phone extension eventually be defended by anti- Tests to whether
contact lenses would be
8184 and 216. PLANS FOR additional expan- aircraft units equipped with

sion calls for the construction of guided missiles. The Army said practical than regular spectaclesfor

Leads To Strength, Better Life another carrier berthing pier and that recent tests have justified combat men are being con-
I ducted by the Army Medical Re-
an escort pier for smaller ships. plans for the. use of guided mis-
Your Mind Body Spirit search Laboratory, Ft. Knox,
Discipline The program included the build- siles in antiaircraft battalions.
Ky. Advantages of contact lenses
ing of three jet fuel tanks of five Tactical and technical trainingof

StandardsThis thousand barrel capacity. officers and men in this new include reducing the possibilityof
Conform To Desirable broken lost
To air defense are being conductedat glasses being or ,
When all the work now under and eliminating light reflections.
the Guided Missile Center, .
articles in connection with contract is finished Naval Aux-
( Is the fifteenth of a series! of
iliary Landing Field, Mayportwill
nervice-wlde Protection of Moral Standard). Construction of a $6,000,000
the program
have its own operations
WAC training center at Ft. Mc-

Captain Edwin R. Peck Building and control tower, and Clellan, Ala., is underway. The

facilities for about 250 Naval center consists of 26 major build-
Unfortunately today as soon as the word "discipline" personnel needed for maintenance. ings and additional supporting

used, people immediately associate it with the idea of pun- Lcdr. Jack Rostien is offi- facilities constituting a separate

ishment. Originally the word "discipline" meant teaching or cer-in-charge of the landing WAC community. It will accom-

instructing. Discipline is in fact a "Training which corrects, field.When modate approximately 2,700 WAC
I fully completed the trainess and provide basic training

molds, strengthens, or perfects. Mayport facilities will representan I, for incoming enlisted women.

of disciplineis investment of e .
There also seems to be a misconception why approximately

necessary. Too many people feel that discipline is exer- 10000000.! Incidence of major epidemic

for the of curtailing personal liberty and free- diseases among South Korean civilians
cised purpose
I has been drastically reduced
Dr. Kerno Gives
what they wish to do.
dom; to prevent people from doing in the past year. The Army

.Nothing could be further from the truth. Discipline is train- I attributed gains to the joint program -

ing to conform to certain given standards, not to curtail lib- Picture Here On I of disease control directed

erty and freedom but to train the stray individual who would I by the Army Medical Servicej
United Nations I and the United Nations Civil Assistance
violate your liberty and freedom, from hurting or harmingyou. I Command, Korea. The

Discipline is for your protection. Former Assistant Secretary Dr. Ivan Kerno AMS has provided enough small-

General of the United Nations in and
Recall European Situation pox, typhoid, typhus vac-
charge of Legal Affairs, Dr. IvanS.
"World security is indivisible," cines to give more than 80,000,000
&". iety or any group of people united for a specific cause Kerno, delivered an address on Dr. Kerno stated."I can best inoculations.

devises its own rules as a code of discipline to protect itself the United Nations to a jam- .
of the
give you an example follyof
from within. As successful as this arrangement may be to packed Jax Navy audience in the
isolationism backto
help individuals of a group to fall in line and conform and NATTCenter auditorium Monday.Dr. by taking you
the of World War
become obedient to given standards, most happy and most 1CDIVlN
Kerno divided his address IL I was in Czechoslovakia at the N
successful is that individual who through self-discipline, by
into three main parts-the aim, time. Hitler gobbled up the lSERVICESJ

his own initiative, conforms to desirable standards. the functions, and necessity of the Czechs, and all the time he was
begins with training the intellect. In the
Self-discipline United Nations. He discussed all telling Poland that he had no Protestant
Navy we often find young men who left school in the eighth, three.
quarrel with her. Then he took 0830-All Saints
ninth or tenth grade because they did not like school. How- Chapel.
Aim Defined Poland, then Belgium, and later 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
the Marine Corps determined some possessed a
ever or
Aim of the United Nations was France. 0930-Sunday School.
of which made them desirable candidatesfor
type intelligence defined as a three-fold objective The analogy is there and plainto 1045-All Saints Chapel.
further training and instruction suddenly, these men
; cessation of all wars, to safe see. Any nation that stands CatholicD80009001000
find themselves in school again.
guard rights and dignity of mankind by and tries to be an isolationist, -Mass, St. Ed

and the promotion of social that nation is sure to be destroyed.All ward's Chapel.

and well-being of man- nations will have to pull to- 0645 ,
progress Hospital Chapel
There are those who rebel at this and make themselvesand j.
kind. gether for the good of all, If thereIs llonnon1930TuesdayNATTC
around them unhappy. However, the young
everyone Functions of the UN were ex- ever to be a lasting peace." Chaplain's
who in his new school situation challenge, an oppor-
man sees
plained fuUy. He dwelt briefly Dr. Kerno finished his address office.
tunity to make good what he missed when he was immaturein
on the inter-departments of the with a list of the accomplishmentsof Christian Science.1900TuesdayNATTC.
of the intel-
his thinking is now practicing self-discipline
world organization, and then pointed the United Nations in the seven Chap.
out necessity for the UN. years of its existence. lain's office.

Self-discipline of the body is also important, especiallyif

we are to rise above the animal level in our life and habits.To Financial Report Released

keep the body under control and guide it on a level higher I

the than body.that of animal or beast is to exercise self-discipline in Total Assets Of Local Credit Union Over $20,000The

Jax Navy Federal Credit loaned, with $875.59 availablefor $35.03, totaling $20,617.15.

Union's financial and statistical loans at this time. Cash reserve Total income for the periodwas
The who fails to worship his God and Creator be-
man report for the period ending (10% of shares) amountsto $223.83, with interest on
he is afraid of the ridicule of others or thinks it "sissy"to
cause Sept. 30 shows total assets of $2,024.50 and a Petty Cash loans amounting to $223.08 and
himself of of the greatest -
is one
"get religion" only 20617.15 and a membership of Fund of $10.00, a Change Fundof I Cash over and short of $75.
to to know that he is al-
comforts that can come man I
and the
$100.00 Unamortized
1,347. Expenses showed $66.50for
of God. So to walk as hand in
ways walking in presence ,
Since its organization this past Organizational Cost of $147.69 stationery and supplies; $49.50for

hand with God, is to develop self-discipline of the si .it. spring, the local facility has brings the total to the $20,617.15 educational expense;

As the individual develops self-discipline in mind, body, granted loans in the amount of figure. for borrowers Insurance; $20.85.

and spirit, his response to discipline in the group will be 19540.00, of which $2,080.63 has Liabilities $20,245 for Surety bond premium; and

spontaneous. For such a person discipline never means pun- already been repaid. Liabilities show shares payable $22.95 for utilities. A net profit of

ishment or chastisement. To him discipline is strength, $17,459 Loaned in the amount of $20,245.37with $35.03 brings the total expense

growth, a new and a better life within himself and amongsthis Breakdown of total assets indicates a reserve for bad loans of and profit statement to a figureof

fellow men. that $17,459.37 is currently $336.75 and a Profit and Loss of $223.83.'Page .


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FIRST INSPECTION X ; OF FALL ;:;;BLUES-Blues' -were the uniform :';the- I" Wave Company the once-over (left), while Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, executive '

I : day for the monthly Inspection last Saturday at NATTCenter. Capt. Edwin R. ,I officer, inspects a group of White Hats (right). I

I. Peck, commanding officer of NATTCenter, and his inspecting party cave the I /

.. Everything In t the Air But Flying Saucers -

!;' BLOOD BOX SCORE BANK I VIPs/ Awed By CAG-4's) Skill In FlightLaunch I .t

N.. Q..ta Per6ch. -
Met teat 'em! Launch 'em! The ron 211 plus detachments from was .on display for Marshal Tito MAINSIDE

FAW.ll _._..... 13 19 146.1
and his
old man on the bridge did bawL Composite Squadrons 4, 12, 33 Thurs, .Oct. 2S
NATTCenter ....253 299 118.1
Oper. ......._.._. 12 14 116.8 Launch everything that's got awing and 62. The aerial firepower demon- People Against
O'Hara ....... .._ Spencer Tracy
launch Aircraft
the Admiral types employed wereBanshee's
Marines _... 10 10 100.0 says strated and parade put on by
.. 'em all. Corsair fighterbombers FrL, Oct. 24
Comm. M.. __ 4 (100.0 CAG-4 aircraft was outstanding
Medical _._..... 2 2 100.0 Launch they did from dawn to and Douglas dive-bombers and eye-opening to the visitors.As Excuse My
Dust ...._..._.__.. Red Skelton
Dental............ 1 1 100.0 dusk and far into the night this with the jets ranging far and a result of cooperation of

Res. Fleet ........ 85 78 91.7 "Can Do Gang" who never stop- I high carrying out many long all hands end a determinationto .Sat Oct. 25
Kathryn Grayson
Pub. Works .... 24 19 79.1 ped 'til Norfolk was again insight range missions and accumulatingover constantly strive for the high-

.. Spec. Servo ...._ 4 3 75.0 I' 4,000 flight hours and 'over est practicable state of readiness NATTCenter
Thurs., Oct. 2S
ARTU _..... 7 5 11.( Although resembling a bit of 2,000 landings without the results seemed inevitable. I
('. Supply ......._...27 17 62.9 poetry, CAG-4 which recently returned That's the way CAG-4 likes to Mr. Eight .
Eighty _.___..., Burt Lancaster
Hospital ...._...21 13 61.9 to NAS Jax proved the The "old-faithful" Corsairs and sail, good men true and staunch.
Fri. Oct. 24
,,-- Cecil Field _.. 16 9 )6.2 above to>be no idle phrase. versatile "Able Dogs" saw aerial .
In The
,', o&11..115: n M.7 parades spelling out on different Angels
Outfield ______ Paul Douglas
AdmJn. ......_._ 3 1 33.3 Operating with the U. S. Sixth occasions the letters NATO U. HalfGallonClub St, Oct. 25

,; ComFalr .Tax .. M 27 28.7 Fleet in Mediterranean waters N., TITO over various capitol People Against

l' Grn. Cove Spgs. 35 6 17.1 Air Group 4 pilots flew over 23- cities were impressive advertise- TotalIs O'Hara __.. Spencer Tracy
Engineers ........ 13 0 0.0 000 hours and made over 8,000 ments to the thousands of Eu- HOSPITAL

Fla.. Mil. Dist... 5 0 0.0 landings during the Atlantic ropeans who saw them.
Thurs., Oct. 23
AIM: __.___._ 4, 0 0.0 crossings to and from Norfolk. During their visit in the>>Mediterranean Now 51' Bannerline .. _.._.. Sally ForrestFri.

IRD ..._......._._ 2 0 0.0 Only minor aircraft damage resulted officers and men of Eleven more blood donors -., Oct. 2t

and not e single fatal CAG-4 visited ports in Algeria Mr. Eight
have been added to the Jax
",. casualty of any sort occurred. France Italy Greece, Portugal Half-Gallon club bringing the Eighty ._........_.. Burt Lancaster

t Commanded by Comdc Larry and Yugoslavia. total membership to 51. Club Sat., Oct. 25
Air' 4 The visit to Split Yugoslaviawas In
Geis Group was composedof members have donated at least Angels The
1 .
Navy squadrons VF-62 VF- unusually interesting it be- four pints of blood to the Outfield _...._.. Paul Douglas

I IILIGtIi 44, VA-45, Marine Attack Squad- ing the first time U. S. aircraft Armed Forces Blood I Center

Furniture For Center Lounges here.
,; Following are the newest ad- ro .

i Department's How Do You Get Recreation Gear? ditions Hubbard to, the ADS club, :Operations Donald;

Daniel P. Rose MR2, Sub
t stressed this week In letters to all
NATTC Council Tells How Its DoneThe Group 3, Green Cove; FrancesI.
hands. The department is requested Camp AG3 Operations; T/

w to furnish 27 donors weekly NATTCenter recreation Sgt. Renny Smithy, NATTC; I
solved to a fine point which was
according to civilian personnel supervisor committee last Thursday discussed the shortage of furniture and the Robert T. Newman PNSN The stork did his bit by Public

.' J. M. English. the purchase of new recrea- shortage of money due V the NATTC; Charles H. Powell, I Works recently when he visitedthe

At least 350 donors are needed tion equipment for the person- Christmas party for the depen- PNSN NATTC; R. A. Hart- home of Ensign Samuel B.
maintain this schedule. wick SN, 1st Lt.'s Office; Willie Wilkinson assistant resident offi-
;.- to Any nel of the Center. dents. The question was finally
who have not I B. Smith O & R; RichardD. of construction
:, qualified employees solved with the proposal to com- cer-in-charge at
i,.' had the opportunity to volunteer The meeting was called to or- pletely outfit the lounge of Build- McConnell, AA Fasron 9; Cecil Field and left a little

a, are urged to do so and keep this der by Comdr. William A. Hood, I ing 405 and make the lounge Helen Deaton, Florida Military bundle their first baby a boy.
senior officer of the committee.
E,, vital Supply-line going toot available to the entire ANP) District and Major Donald We understand Mrs. Wilkinsonand
Representatives of various departments also of the Florida Military
;' student personnel of the Center.At Paul the little fellow are getting
of the Center were
r a later date, it was proposedto District. along fine and that Ens. Wilkinson -
Social news Is headed this week present to discuss needs for athletic ,
outfit all of the lounges in the will recover soon. The sec
t by Stock Control Unit 3 activi end other recreational
"Has the florist children1'"Two. ond visit made to the Russell
barracks. This is to be under- any was
Their annual was
ties. picnic equipment and lounge facilitiesfor
Oct. 18 at the home of Mr. and the barracks. taken as soon as the money is The girl is a budding Bunca's their third child and

Mrs. H. A. Steeves. It becamea available shortly after Christmas genius and the son is a blooming first girl. He Is in Time Section.
The How Is Answered
idiot." .
birthday celebration for Steeves
There is probably some
question ------
when Lillian Harper presented him I .. Irene Sturgill of the Mail File
in the minds of personnel of ..
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with a cake topped by 41 can- the Center as to how recreational ;:' ,: : ;:;:;; Section returned Monday after aweek's .
f leave. Irene's hubby returned
dles. equipment is acquired. This is ; "' .
; from cruise
recently a on
I Anna Thomas also of Unit 3, how the committee works: }
the USS Wasp and will now be
was married Monday in Georgia.The Personnel of the Center who h i''"
C v
stationed with VJ-62 at NAS.
groom came here recently desire that recreational gear be :
: We are glad to have Tollie
from Portland Ore. bought can submit his requestto "' :; Cook join us in the Work Measurement

I the Special Services officeror f Section of Building 902.

Two chief petty officers reported the Athletic and Recreation b Marie Robinson formerly of the

In last week for shore duty. officer. They will discuss the sit- I '1 Contract Section working for

Paul Ilerron, AKC, came from I uation with the individual requesting 4' Cleve Loveland has taken over

San Diego. He is assigned to Liaison I the gear and if it is p the duties of Bea Jensen trans-

Branch replacing Stan Slem- i found that request is reasonable, s. ', >. ferred as secretary to Comdr.

baraki, AKC who transferred to I it will in turn be submitted to a a .4 pJ Alan L. Mersereau Sr.

Mayport. J. K. Pierson, DKC, Is the committee for discussion. wY' a .

the new man in the Disbursingoffice. Debate Pros and Cons t bV We're all looking forward to

The committee will debate the the forthcoming Public Works

Civilian personnel office had on- pros and cons of the issue end Dance to be held on Nov. 14, at

ly two transfers and two resignations then; Comdr. Hood will call fora s. Post 88, in Southside Hendricks

this week. John W. Welch vote on the request. If approved Avenue and LaSalle. Charlie

came to Procurement from Oper- the committee makes a ., e Green of Transportation and his

ations Patrick J. Antonelli recommendation to the C. O. via orchestra will provide the music
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also from Operations, is assignedto the executive office for final ap- "4> -- w. -- for dancing. The Recreation

Accounting. Elizabeth Mach proval of the purchase.The RECREATION IIUDDLE-Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, execu- Committee Is putting forth all

resigned last Friday from Stock big question before the five officer of NATTCenter; Lt Paul McCoy, athletic and recreation their eforts to make this a gala
officer and Lt. Fred Marconi, special services officer ((left
the evening. Watch the column for
Control Willie Britt left committee last Thursday was
to right) pay close attention as Comdr. William A. Hood, directorof
the Labor and Equipment Sec- problem of furniture for the training, points out the features of the proposed plans for out the time and price of admission, .
tion. rew's lounges. The problem re- fitting the-Center barracks with lounge furniture. and date for sale of tickets.


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Four. JAX AIR NEWS 23 October 1952

EM With College Credits Big Doings Saturday

Night At Jax USO

- Girl hostess of the year, an-
___ Eligible For Commissions nual event of the Volunteer

Service Organization, will be
presented at a formal danceto
(AFPS-N val
Washington ment current officer procure- be held Saturday, Oct. 25,
enlisted personnel can now apply
ment programs by offering per- at the use, 122 Clay Street,
commissions with
(or permanent
manent commissions as ensigns Navy Bus 'Station topside.
only two years of college credits,
of'the Line, Civil Engineering The Stardusters, Green
the Navy announces. Corps, and Supply Corps. It will Cove Springs' Naval Station

Approximately 50 candidates not affect the NROTC, LDO se- orchestra will provide music
/ *
1t7 y : between the ages of 19 and 31V4 lections or the officer candidate for the affair. All service per-

- will be selected annually from program. sonnel are cordially invited to

the enlisted ranks. If there are Open to WAVES attend. The dance will beginat

r enough applicants, the quota WAVES may also apply for the 2000 with ample refresh-
could -be increased, the Navy
commissions. Deadline for com- ments and music on hand un-

stated. pleting initial application requirements til 2300.
Similar to the plan used before will be Oct. 1 of each

.;,x,. .,.. ,.. WWII, the program will supple-
year. Sgt. Pins Bars
A SOLID FAlIILYWhat Applicants must have at least

does the typical service fam- j E 3V4 years of continuous active

ily do of a Sunday morning.; duty at the time of initial appli On New Lieut.

Most of them wend their way cation. Four years of active duty

to the nearest chapel for wor- are required prior to time of ap- At NATTCenter

ship, the beginning a beau- pofntment.
tiful day. Sunday begins with Applicants with sufficient time It's not often a Marine master

an early mass for the George ::4y.L requirements may submit applications sergeant pins on the gold bars

Pearths. At the top, T/Sgt. six months early because commissioning new lieutenant,

Fearth and family walk toward kgjqK they require one year to process. but it happened last week at the
the chapel. In the center the swearing in of Lt. Charles 1 O..
family enters the chapel and USAFI Credit Okay Christie, of the Marine Aviation
In the bottom, they devoutly
I Selected personnel for Line
kneel in prayer before mass. Detachment at NATTCenter.Men .
The baby is still tkere-she and Supply commissions will be who work with Christie in
wasn't tall enough for the camera sent to Newport, R. I., for 16 the Liaison Office i of Aviation
to catch her. Sgt. Pearthis weeks of instruction. WAVES
: \., Electrician's Mate "A" School
an Instructor in the Center'sAirman + .
Preparatory School A ydo. will receive seven weeks instruction chipped in to buy his new bars.

and is a firm believer in the 9C: 54 at the Reserve DeS, Bain- They were presented with gift 1
old maxim "A family that SKl I9k bridge, Md. wrapping and fancy ribbon and .
prays together, stays together." t Civil Engineer Corps candi- were pinned on the new lieutenant 1

dates will go to the Naval Con- by M/Sgt. Reginald G. Bagube,
struction Battalion Center, Davis- of the Liaison office.

\ yule, R. I., for 12 weeks. To make it official, Lt. Col.
b' f avi < fiY v rsyhh R Personnel who pass the USAFI James C. Lindsay, commanding of-

Educational Qualifications Test ficer of :MAD did the swearing in.

for two years of college creditsare

SALTY HUMOR FROM eligible. O & R EmployeesContinued

HERE AND THEREAn ; : There are no restrictions on
( from Page 1) I '
:: the marital status for men, but
terns in less time than the former .
annoyed guest phoned the WAVES will not be eligible if method.

hotel desk and asked for the they have dependent children An improved method of apply

clerk. under 19 years of age. ing Lock nines to Pins won Par-

"Are :you the dumbfounded ish an additional award recom-

clerk of this dilapidated joint?" THIRD MOVIE mended by the Navy Efficiency

he asked. Awards Committee. Martin received I
"Yes I am," the clerk answered.'What's .
FOR SAVINGS his check for a safety suggestion I
eating you?" proposing the installationof

"That," said the guest coldly STAMP BUYERSThe a baffle in the Vapor Blast
"is what I'd like to know." Machine.
I NATTCenter Special Serv- :
ices department is presenting another i
The mother lion opened her
la"HOIl was cited for his designof
special children's movie d
eyes lazily and saw her youngson program a 90 degree aluminum tip to fita I
Oct. 25, 1592, at the NATT-
chasing a hunter around and 300-watt
Center auditorium, Building 563. soldering iron. I
around a tree. Jones won his check for rede- :
"Junior," she called, "don'tplay All children from various com- signing aileron battens. '
mands, both military and non-
with your food.
designed a jig to per-
military, are invited to attend.
mit drilling-drain holes in main
It takes a woman to make a I Entertainment has been ar- landing truss
gear upper assembly
home and a couple of them to ranged to stimulate an interest without removal of gear from air

poll it. i by children on the base to buy craft. Burns suggested a methodto
Savings Stamps. In this i way, identify parts In process. Whis-

A good turn is one that gets they will be able to save for their VP-3 Arrives At Foreign Port enant designed a 3-wheel dolly
the blankets back on your side future and at the same time en- I type carrier which permits one

of the bed. Joy doing it. man to move F2H2 Nose
This is the third series being Huskies Get First Sight Of Gear during process.

Judge: "Why do you want a presented by the Special Services M .

divorce?" division and will be shown at 0930. Historic French MoroccoAfter An Improvement for adaptors

Irate wife: "My husband is always Doorsill be open at 0900 and for towing F2H Aircraft with Uni-

singing 'Smoke Gets in admission will be with the pur- flying 4,200 miles all nine Artgtd flight training I versal Type Tow Bars won Gris-
Your Eyes' to me." chase of a lOc or 25c Savings P2V-5s of Patrol Squadron Three programis wold his award. Gonzales
being operated by the unit thatis pro
Judge: "There's nothing wrong Stamp. have arrived safely at NAF Port
filling the work day for the posed that litter support brack-
with that." Cartoons, comedies, sport shorts Lyautey. The first ship to land pilots and crews. It is expectedthat ets, Change No. 20 R4D-5,
Wife: "While he holds my head and a featuro picture i will be was commanded by Skipper G. D. all pilots will soon be checkedout be more efficiently COUld.
!Jn the furrtace?" shown. The main feature will be Ghesquire.For placement of anchor
in the new type operationalwork nuts on sup
"Down To The Sea In Ships", star- of thisis
most the Squadron being done by the squadron. ports and routing flanges off of
"How did you get that black ring Richard Widmark. the initial trip to North Africa i channel.

eye, Mrs. Hogan?" Books for the Savings Stampswill and most of the liberty time is be- Israel designed a tool to aid in

"Well, sir, my husband got out be available for the children ing spent sight-seeing. The language the removal and replacement of :,
of prison on his birthdayandme who do not have them, and will barrier has been overcome, CAN STILL REGISTERFOR oil pipes in the front section of

with my big mouth wished be given out at the door with the for the most part, by means of a COLLEGE COURSES R2800 engine crankshafts. Miss

him many happy returns!" purchase of the first stamp. friendly smile and a nod of the Simonton merited her award fora

head. Registration for off- campus tool which will permit polish

_ I Smith High Among ANP) Grads I Rabat Visit, the Moroccan capital Capital of French to college.civilian Interested study and here military is still personnel. open- ing bearings of small with gyro a minimum instrument of ball fatigue !.',

personnel can to
Morocco, is of the most frequently employees. Bolin suggested -
With the second highest ave- for further training.A enroll through Oct. 30, either the use of a "U" channel :
visited the Hus-
of Marine to machinist before enteringthe spots by by attending classes or calling brace 1
rage any ever grad- kies. In appearance, Rabat is type for pressure checkingfuel
Marine Corps In April of 8532. cell.Keene.
uate from the Airman Prepara- !
similar to U. S. cities in that the
1952, he also attended the U. S. All classes meet in Building designed a carburetor
tory School since its reactivationhere streets are wide and the buildings
Merchant Marine Academy at 501, NATTCenter and are con- tray to hold test carburetor, and
Pfc. Judson A. Smith Kings's Point, Ohio. On his cadet modern. ducted by the General Extension Norman a rack to hold intake

topped last week's graduatingclass i voyage, he visited the Mediter- See\ Sultan Division of Florida. Courses are pipes in a constant position dur- a.

of 276 marines and sailors. ranean area, including Spain, The palace of the Sultan is located fully accredited and will be accepted ing plating process. Hutchison ,

His final average was 93.56. Italy, Yugoslavia and Israel. in Rabat but so far none by most colleges and uni- proposed the use of chain i and "
From here, Smith will go to The honor man is a graduateof of the members of the crew have versities throughout the coun- "eye" to tow engine conveyors,'

Aviation Electronics School at Germantown High School in been able to relate of a visit to try. and Brazzell proposed a method .{1

NATTCenter, Memphis, Tenn., Philadelphia, Pa., his home town. the harem. a of slotting power cases.'age ...

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23 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Fasron Six, VA-105. Vf.174 VF-173 Report Air Group 10 \:

,.; Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons UndergoesFirst Review .J.

Fasron Six
,ADC; Ralph Callahan, AD1; El- Recently commissioned Carrier )
Fasron competing againstthe
entire Atlantic'Fleet i Air Aryn Fisher, PNSN, and William Air Group 10, received its first

Blair, AKAN, department repre personnel administrative Inspec- ..
I Force again, snared top honors in b
sentatlves. :,< tion by Commander Fleet Air,
the ComAirLant': Training Pro "
Jacksonville, Rear Adm. OsborneB.
during August .with a 126.9 '
.. gram VA-105 Hardison last week at NAS Cecil -
., percent average.
Out of the recent Fleet Wide Field.

o Notching the title for the third .=ompetltlve.Exa.mlnatlon, 44 :men CAG-10, skippered by Commander -

.,l ; consecutive month, squadron personnel took exams and 33 made their Ray P. Kline, is the third air

.J "s: : are to be congratulated for rates, effective last Thursday,The r L group to be commissioned since

';, their fine performance: as expressed feels of this '
I squadron proud the outbreak of the Korean war.
by Lt. Norman E. Pen- achievement and extends a hearty"well
; Over 600 officers and men were

\fold, Educational officer. done" to the men and the- reviewed by Admiral Hardison .

The undefeated volleyball team education department. wfa, La and the inspecting party which I/

skinned VP-741 at Hangar 140 Along with night qualifications, included Capt. Howard Hopkins,

last week to take top spot in the the squadron's flying concentration Chief of Staff for ComFairJax; t

M a I n s 1 Ide intramural volleyball last month centered' around 1, Comdr. Lawrence Gets, CAG-4; *

.t- league. Led by team captain Ralph field carrier landing practice. Both Y Comdr. Raymond Kline, CAG-10

t Callahan, ADI, the sluggers re- men and pilots were beginning to and officers of Admiral Hardison's

f corded 15-6, 15-9 victories.Off look a little worn from the hard staff. C

to Grand Rapids, Mich., to work, but everyone seemed to _n.n_,__ _..n.m In recent aerial ordnance com-
enjoy a well deserved vacation weather the storm.In petition, which Includes glide
ABOARD WITH VF-173- Enroute to Greenock, Scotland
goes CO Lcdr. Fredrick E. Wood conjunction with flying, the aboard the carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fighter Squadron bombing, dive bombing, air-to-air

ward, accompanied by his wife,, squadron is the proud possessorof 173 officers proudly display the Battle Efficiency '"E" Plaque to gunnery and rocket firing, the

Mrs. Betty Jane Woodward. Also AD-4's replacing the tired R. C. Rountree, National Editors Association representative (left), squadron pilots of Air Group 10
leave Lt. Sigurd Gudal, for who was aboard to observe "Operation Mainbrace". With Roun-
on are AD-l's. The crew has worked received 16 coveted Navy "Ks" for
tree are (left to right), Lt. (jg) Edwin Barrineau, Ensign Millard
Milwaukee, Wis., while Lt. How- hard with the change-over and Ball, Lt. (jg) Isaac Jones, Comdr John Owens, Lt. (jg) Robert their proficiency in the different

ard T. Rollins heads for Chicago. the skipper feels we will be up Valentine and Ensign Herbert Simon. phases of the exercise.

A tribe of Fasronl ,Injuns welcomed and over par for our forthcoming
back their leading warrior shake-down cruise. AMC, and Ernest L. Owens, ADC. VF174A pearance, industry, and military

I The squadron extends a hearty recent news release from VF- bearing. Finally, the up-to-date
': ,! Chief Earl B. Malley, commonly Fourteen new men reported i
welcome to these men and to Lt. 174, currently aboard the giant status of the aircraft's log booksare
'''of ,.:;} known as "Silver Top. Returning aboard this month. Sharing the .
William W. Vaughn, Jr., who recently carrier USS Franklin D. Roose- Judged.
1" after a leave of 25 suns, the work-load are William J. Daniel,
reported from Fasron 106, velt in the Mediterranean, revealed Final judging is done by the pilots -
\ great father proudly grunted Jr., AMAA; Guinn Papasan, AM3;
Argentia.For winners in the squadron's of the planes with recommen-
j Simmonds AN RichardS.
"Ugh" as the peace pipe was ;
passed. Miller, ADAA; Calvin L. Young, the third month the squadron "plane captain of the week" contest dations coming from the squad-

is at the top of the ron's maintenance and line chiefs!
A01; James H. Myatt, AMS1; Cur- riding

New personnel reporting aboard tis D. Mathews, AM2; Charles L. ComAlrLant Totem Pole. For this Selected were Charles Williamson and overall supervision by the

are Walter Labozan, AD3; Leo J. Bailey, ADAA; George W. Colville, I accomplishment of accident free ADI, and Richard Packard, maintenance officer, Lt. Ralph M.

Kramer, AD2; Arnold Long, AF- ADAA; Robert L. Kay, AM2; Donald hours, the squadron feels proud, AD3, plane captain and second me- Koontz. .

AN, and Douglas Robblns, PHG- G. Ferrell, PR2; Donald X. and from the skipper's office we chanic of Squadron Aircraft 401.
in order for
AN, all from VJ-62, while NAT- Dies, AMH3; Joseph A. Stal, quote, "Keep up the good work." When deciding on men to repre- are
the current winners as well as the
TC offers Joseph T. Smith, AOAA; sent the squadron as plane cap-
tain and second mechanic, the fol- previous winners who were Ralph
Alton G. Hathaway, AOAA;
S. Smith AD1 and Louis P. Gig-
George E. Sheppard, AOAA, and lowing four points are emphasized.First
nac, ADAN; Joseph Parker, AD3,
Vernon Scott, AOAA, having grad winners are judged on ap-
and Bernard Sterling, AN.
uated from Ordnance School. From pearance of their aircraft, Its

Bainbridge comes Russell C. Gol maintenance, cleanliness, and pol- Congratulations to four officers I

den, SA, now working in Com ish. Second, the plane's availability receiving promotions. Augmenting -

munications office, replacing I considering accessibility of their second stripe were Lt.

t Charles Goodsine, TESN, who has tK parts. Third, the plane captain'sand (jgs) Robert Hall, William Cameron -
and John M. Houle while Lt.
I gone TAD to ComFairJax Com second mech's attitude, ap- ,
munications. Jim Parker added a half stripe. '

During "Operation Mainbrace",
Recently advanced to Pay Grade
VF-174 pilots "shot" 1,800 feet of
E-3 and future "BB" stackers I I
gun camera film, proving that
I were Vernon Scott, George E.
many choice targets would have
Sheppard, Joseph Tillman, the trio
i \ been hit in an actual combat oper-
I becoming AOANs. Jerome Dee. '
1 gan, Richard Bowman, Earl Craig- :
At the close of "Mainbrace",
head David W. Hol and
!! ,way Skipper John H. Irrobino addressedall
Fred Morris will only support the tT
hands in the ready room. He
three green stripes. \ ; l said simply] "In addition to the

Donald Angst, AN, after ten well-done and praise given by the

months of faithful service, .is no top brass, I would like to add my

longer the squadron Pony Express h11 own 'done'well' for the squadron."

driver. Relieving Don and now k ., !; Bouquets have been bestowed V

assuming mailman duties is William y on the Ordnance Hell-Razors for

L. Hobart, AMI, from the their studiousness and desire to

Metal Shop. get ahead. Someone once said

The education office will soon "knowledge is power", If this is
1 offer to all squadron personnel a T .
true, they should be mighty pow-
t selection of popular magazines, erful for they have enrolled 100
thanks to the Recreation & Wel- .. for
percent Navy correspondencecourses.
fare committee, composed of Lt ;M, .

Ken Harper, Chairman, and Mike *
Pripeton, ADC Horace Looney,
Sophie Fedak, CSSA, is the
first Wave commissary strikerto Fighter Squadron 173 news releases -

Selected For report to NATTCenter. It have reached the Jax Air
hasn't taken her too long to
News editorial offices for the first
get checked out in the galley.At .
The Feminine
Award GroupWord left, Joe Patillo, CSSN time since its departure over-
and Sylvia grill hamburgers,

Move Over Fellas Make Room For while at right she stirs gravyin seas.For the benefit of the many
has been received by one of the galley's many families left here at Jax, this col-
Burnham C. McCaffree, cooking coppers.
'; Commanding Officer of the Na- Center's First Female Hand num will follow closely the vari-
Galley progressed, I got more and more ous activities of VF-173 and their
val Air Station, that Lt. George "
:,. confident, she said. "I really numerous visits to foreign ports.
If listen around the NAT-
"" you
1 JN. Bergquist, who recently Included in the school one day, so I
TCenter galley and hear a WAVE curriculumwas upped my courage On Sept. 26, personnel of VF-

spent a two-week active-duty singing a chorus of "There's No one week in the bake shop, decided to make a batch of cream 173, aboard the mighty flat-top

.\ tour at the station, has been se- Business Like Dough Business," one week in the butcher shop, two puffs. When it came time to take USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, arrived

lected by the Secretary of the don't be surprised.The weeks of actual cooking in the them out of the oven and fill them, at Weymouth, England,

Navy for nomination to the Center now has a new com- galley, plus five weeks of theory. I found that they hadn't even where the British Navy and local
1, Rockefeller Public Service raised to fill with cream,
missary striker by the name of This last phase of the school enough citizens gave them a rousing

Awards Committee. Sophie Fedak. "Swede", as she taught her the storage and preparation so we ended up by eating them reception. While at Weymoutrtfseveral .\

f.: It was while Bergquist the was Industrial on has been nicknamed, is the first of food plus informationon without the filling" officers and men visited
here attached to -
duty management, office of Wave '"stew-burner" to check in vitamins, temperatures and At present she's working in the London.
; other particulars. Office but hopes to six of
J the Center. Commissary Following days operations )
Overhaul and Repair depart-
the .
\" work in the galley soon after a VF-173 anchored off Lisbon

.ment, that a dispatch was received AFTER completing boot train- "SWEDE" claims that her first few more Waves are assignedhere. where diversified tours were
o from the Navy Depart-
ment in Washington requesting ing in July, she requested Com- pie and batch of biscuits were a When that time comes, may- i available to all parts of the city.

.' 'his before the selection missary School at San Diego, mess. The pie raised only an inch be "Swede" will surprise diners Several made the pilgrimage to

presence Calif. and reported here after and the biscuits turned black in some noon and brew up a smorgas- I the Shrine of Fatima, the site of
committee as one of three can-
didates for the nomination. completing the nine-week course. the center. "But as the school bord. I (Please turn to rage S, Col. 3)



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b, ?3 'vJiaZ

With John Charvat

Statistically speaking, which as often as not carries very

little weight, the Fliers are an odds on favorite to defeat &_ _.... _.. .__.._...._.__ _..m.. .._____...._.____nnn._..'
Donaldson AFB this Saturday. But save that dollar, brother THEY'LL FIGHT TONIGIIT-A trio of Jax Navy's top fighters, slated for action against

if the foe learns of Jax Navy's ground defense it could Green Cove Springs in the Malnslde Gym, tonight at 1930, are shown above, (left to right), Jimmy

be our fourth defeat of the season. Johns, Frank Carpenter and Tom Burnsworth. The )local glovemen will feature an eight-bout card. ..

We don't think so and here's why. Fort Benning's
508th RCT, a 26-20 conqueror of the Fliers last weekend, Ringmen Exchange Punches Tonight I Quercio Collects

blasted the Air Force eleven, 59-0. And they did it throughthe i )I .
air, an exact opposite of the pattern followed against Jax With Green Cove At Kfainside GymTonight Grid AwardWith

Navy.In .. three incorrect predic- ','
defeating the Fliers the Red Devils splintered the is light night at the
Athletic Club of tions
Savannah the of 20 football games played
]line for 264 yards, the sum total of the local's rushing offense Mainside gym. Jax Navy's clever Fliers have experience behind last Saturday, T. M. Quercio,
in four On the other side of the ledger 1,046 ring artists, unbeaten in three
games. them. But the Green Cove squadis AM3 with VC-62, took first place
have been accounted for by the thus far. I matches, will host a squad of
yards enemy pugilists from Green Cove laden with talent and assistant honors in the weekly Jax Air
coach Tiny Noblett mused, News Football Special.
Springs Navy at 1930 an eight-
What about the air? Who holds supremaccy, you ask? bout card, and Coach Al Mueller "We're not regarding them too Three entries tied for second
By a 486-216 margin the Fliers gain a lien for honors.: The promises fast and rugged actionat lightly". place with four misses and the.

508th was unable to dent our pass defense in. four attempts. each weight from the local 'Left hooking Jim DeSanteswill tie-breaker, the Alabama-Tenn
They didn't need to. entries. enter the ring at 131 and at essee game, was needed to de-

We asked the 508th PIO representative their halftime Having previously met, and 128, James Carpenter, a sharp cide the winner. On the basis ofa
Instructions. "Just get rough," was the reply. He men defeated Raiford Prison, Charleston punching lad with a lethal right, 27-6 selection favoring the
tioned nothing about forgetting the end sweeps and wide Navy, and the South Side gets the nod. Sammy Williams, Vols, J. F. Berry, SN with Security .
pitchouts, sticking strictly to power plays through the mid one of the real stars on the local placed second and Chief
dle. It didn't take the Red Devils long to open a barrage in aggregation, will scuffle at 134. G. E. Osborn, assigned to PO-1,
that direction as the second half was unfolded. And when Center Volleyball Completing the card are Babe was third.

they did, school was out.It's Loop DeadlockedTwo Howard, 118, Steve Aviles, 135, There are five pickup pointsfor
interesting to note that the 508th spanned 341 James Gumm, 160, Tom Burns- the weekly ballots, centrallylocated
yards in the air against Donaldson, finding it unnecessaryto teams remained undefeatedin worth 136, Jimmy Johns, 194, at the Jax Air News off
stay on the ground except to punch out short first down the NATTC Intramural volley. and Tommy Fisher, 175. ice, O&R, Fasron Six Jet Shop,
gains. ball circuit after the second weekof Green Cove's roster was not Hospital Ships Service and the
play. AE School and ANP) available at press time. NATTCenter Ships Service.

Jar Navy's sole offensive strength, is Ships Company are deadlocked for r
through the air. In Harry'Stuldreher the first place. However, the Electricians FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT
Fliers own a fine throwing arm that can find have played one game
its target if given ample protection. That's more than the AN(P)era. THE WINNERS

1 how it will have to come Saturday if the lo- Action was fast and furious last Games For Saturday Oct. 25
cals expect victory. week as Monday AE School op-
Coach Dave Barksdale is not troubled ened with a forfeit win from (Home teams in right column)

with finding a runner that can gain yard Medical, AO Ships Company Army ......._..__.._.._____...vs.._..___.._....._.._... Columbia \
age. Darrell Spang and George Kinnear are tripped AK School and A/C Main Princeton .......__.._.._.._...vs..._.._._.._._.._........Cornell

both capable or of reeling!__ t.off. !__large_..__chunks.._ of tenance had an easy time with Dartmouth ._........_......_...vs..._.._.._.._.._.._....... Harvard .
Stuhldreher tun. Larry White isnt; immune 10 going the ANP) Students. I Navy .........f.....-....-......-...vs.-.._._.._.._.._.._.._....... Penn
past the line of scrimmage, either. But all SS-1st Lt. was dropped from Penn State _._.._.._.._.._...vs.............._... Michigan State

need assistance up front.If the ranks of the unbeaten when Purdue ......._._._.._.._.._..vs.........-......_.........._... Illinois
Jax Navy doesn't defeat Donaldson this weekend it's AE School spiked away for a win Ohio State .-._._.._.......:....vs....__._.._.._.._.___.._. Iowa
almost impossible to expect another victory through the remainder and A/C Maintenance took its sec Kansas ?__._...._.._.._.......vs._..___......_._._....._ S. M. U.
of the season. This is the breather on the schedule. ond victory of the week by defeat- Marquette\ __..._..._....._...vs._......::...___...._.._..... Miami
Barring Parris Island and yet to be played Pensacola the Ing Medical. Minnesota ..._.._.._._.._..vs.........__.._...._..._... Michigan
Fliers were expected to scrimmage on even terms with seven No upsets were recorded throughthe North Carolina ...__.._._...vs.._._._.._...._... Notre Dame

opponents. remaining two days of play IT.: C. L. A. _._..._._._..__.vs.._._..____._... Wisconsin
but a nip-and-tuck affair was. Tulane _._._......._......_......V8._.._...___.._.._.__ Auburn
In this column last Thursday we stated, "The team to staged between Hand Tools and Duke _.___.______...vs..._.._.._......_.___... Virginia
score first will win," which was correct. But, unfortunatelywe ANP) Ships company which the Georgia .._...__._..__...vs._.__.._._.._.._......... Florida
added, "Jax Navy to score first." With tongue in cheek latter copped. Intramural gamesare Vanderbilt ......._._..__...vs....._..____ Georgia Tech
we'll stick with the Fliers again. Jax Navy, 33; Donaldson played Monday through Thurs Texas A. & M. ___,.vs_.._...._..___.._... Baylor

!AFB, 13."We. day and all personnel can be assured Texas _._.._.._..__._.__..vs..yg._._._..__.____.......... Rice
simply didn't have the horses," Barksdale told this of interesting competitionby Washington __._._... .____.__.._.. Stanford
corner after the 508th defeat. "Our line couldn't open holes attending any match. Mississippi _.__..__.......vs._...______..._.. Arkansas
when we had the ball and when it needed to hold on defenseit Standings:
just wasn't there." Tetra. W. L. (Predict the score of this game)
AE! School 4 0
Furthering, the Navy mentor commented that Caird ANP AO Ship)t Ship* Co .............. 3 3 0 1 California ..._.__._.._..vs..___.... Southern CaliforniaName
Currie, who personally accounted for 91 yards from 15 car- A/C Maintenance .. :2 1

ries, was capable of playing on any college eleven .in the SS-lst.Marines Lt. ............... 2 2 2 2
country. "He's hard with lots of speed Barks- Hand Tools 1 1 Bate/Rank.
a runner -
AK School ................. 0 3
dale added, "and behind that heavy line he was exceptionally ANP) School 0 3
Medical 0 4
rough. *-. Unit Assigned To Phone
Servicemen will be admittedfree

Don Meyerchick, the 180-pound Windy to the Jax Navy-So. Georgia RULES f
City athlete, is one of the few stars on the Junior College Nov. 8, and trans-
Navy eleven, win or lose. "Hey Lou" got portation will be provided, to each 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof
v. winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select
off a 68-yard boot as the first half ended and from the station by bus to to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof
Saturday that was as well placed as any Waycross .Notify your unit ath- teams you think will play to a tie score.
:we've seen. And on two Navy kickoffs hewas tr q!' f yFS letic officer if you desire to at 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
down field in time to trap the ball car- tend. count as losses unless predicted.
3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the .
rier on the nine after returning from the end game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
the most nearly correct score will win the contest.
zone.Our upset selections of Oklahoma A. & Jw.-- SCUTTLEBUTT 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con
sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
M. Missouri Mississippi Tulane
over over the of the
lUeyuchIck score one tie-breaker to be eligible.
and Georgia over L. S. U. came through last 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
week but were shaded when Pitt defeated Army, Notre Dame any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
rebounded to down Purdue and Florida was nipped by Van- ratings.
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
derbilt. All against our diagnosis.As Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build.
our top ten this week we give you, Penn to hand ing, 930. ..
Navy its second straight setback; Michigan State to remain 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof
personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con
unbeaten by topping Penn State; Kansas to stop S. M. U.; test. I
Michigan to nip Minnesota in a Big 10 thriller; Wisconsin to 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
down a good U. C. L. A. eleven; Georgia to best Florida in 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
the Gator Bowl; Maryland to rocket over L. S. U.; Duke over Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.

Virginia (thank you OG) ; Texas to move a step nearer the TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
Southwestern title by defeating Rice. and California to out- First prize Is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
! touchdown Southern California in a tussle that should decide third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. -
d the west coast crown. "That's the old man."

I 23 October. 1952 'JAX'' Am. ms Page Seven 1

Lagers Step Up Crippled Fliers On Road /

1 Practice Tempo;


.; Open Nov. 25 4t 4 4 Against Donaldson '

With the Nov. 25, opener Optimistic of their chances this week, the Jax Navy

against MacDill AFB looming lar- Fliers will leave tomorrow for Greenville, S. C. where they'll 1

ger by the day Jax Navy basket- meet an underdog Donaldson Air Force eleven Saturday af '1

ball Coach Frank McCaffrey set ternoon. J

about his task of shaping' the lo- Smarting from two successive I
early this month while the locals .
cal quintet on a "not very optim- defeats at home the Fliers are .
held the foe to 26-20 de-
istic" note this week. not underrating their Saturday same a

s Only three members of last adversary, but Coach Dave cision. :

year's varsity returned, but the Barksdale was confident the The return of injured playersthis

Syracuse Shotgun, Bob Grabaz, is tenor of the game would favor week will help cement the

:1 back and McCaffrey will build his his charges. tenuous Navy line. Dick Offringa -

.a offense around the agile 6-2 for- Should Win 192pound end, returns with

r ward. Donaldson was beaten 59-0 by the dimunitive safetyman, Tom

': Grabaz lead the scoring parade the 508th RCT of Fort Benning O'Donnell, to bolster the local's

S last year and will return with Bob I defensive unit. {

;i 'Reinhardt and Ward Weisel as a TOO MANY RED DEVILSIn New Talent'

foundation for the 1952-53 cam action from last Saturday'sgrid
Repressed last week by a
struggle, 508th Red Devils'
paign. linebacker "Boody" Grimsley heavy Red Devil forward wall,

Among the tree-toppers who'll ((33)) recovers a Navy fumble iS- 4L: -S.--j-1 the Fliers hope to find the air-

perform on the NAS hardwoods (top) on the 508th 48-yard lanes an easy route to victoryover
line lax Navy's Darrell Spang
are telma 6-4 who Donaldson. Harry Stuldre-
Roger played ((16) rips through a stubborn ,, ;
frosh at Illinois; Vince Zoda, 6-5, Fort Kenning line for yardage her will open at quarter for the

of CCNY; Tom,Deeming, 6-5, of (bottom). Jax Navy droppedthe Fliers where he'll display his

C h a f fey College of California; verdict, 26-20, in a hard prowess at pitching the pigskin.

S John Feldman, 6-3, of the St. Lou- struggle. Stuldreher will have his fav-

is Billikens and Ezra Van Horn, orite targets, Larry White and

a spirited 6-4 lad who saw action Fasron 6 No. 1 George Shotwell to fire at.

with Miami of Ohio. George Kinnear, 185pound full-

One of the brightest stars is Tops Mainside back recently returned to Jack-

Dennis Jeter. A husky 6-2, Jeter sonville with VA-45, is slated

was with the University of,Oklahoma Bowling Ladder for a starting assignment.

Sooners. I Fasron Six No. 1, always a .. s Another VA-45er, Art Knoisen,
...,." .... --
Monday the list of 72 candi- 205-pound has worked
threat in Mainside bowling com-
dates was cut in half. Additionalcuts out regularly with the Fliers'this
petition, forged ahead in the In-
will be made as practice con- Succumb 26-20 week. Despite inclement
tinues until the playing roster of tramural keg loop last week by Fliers conditions this week the" action

25 men is reached. The number taking seven of eight points in has been lively on the Mason ,','

Includes both varsity and junior two matches.In Field practice turf.

varsity personnel.. second place, five points be- To Alert Army UnitJax Central High. .TicketsAt -

hind but bowling one time less,

AE School Steals is the Medicos' foursome. Den- Navy's undermanned Fliers found out what happens when a Student Prices

tal Is tied with Medicos but like "moveable" object meets an irresistible force, the hard way, last Servicemen will be admittedto

the Fasronitcs, have bowled sev- Saturday afternoon on Varsity Field when they dropped a 26-20 en- all Catholic Central High
en games. counter to the rugged 508th Regimental Combat Team of Fort Ben- school football games at the student

Operations opened the last ning. price of 50 cents.

Touch Grid Play week's play by taking four points The Fliers' moveable objects, only 76. Tickets for the Central High. ,i

from the Marines on a 23791880pin backs Harry Stuldrehcr, Larry Jax Tech game slated Oct. 30 at
AE School remained the team and Later in the same quarter PeteOverton's
'" fall total. Fasron Six No. 1 White, Darrell Spang George 2000 at the Gator Bowl are now
to beat in the NATTCenter intra- boot from the 508th 10 1
cold the
edged FAW-11, 3-1, with a 2356- Kinnear, were stopped on on sale at the Jax Air News
mural touch football league, post- carried only eight yards into a
irresistible force-
ground by the
2310 tally. office, topside, Building 930.
' Ing two wins last week to remain the Red Devils' front seven. stiff north wind\ and Navy had ,

unbeaten in seven encounters. In Tuesday, Fasron Six No. 2 de- possession at the 18. Spang bucked '
Unable to move on the groundthe the receiving end of an 86-yard ;
second place with a 4-1-1 recordis feated Special Services, 3-1, on a left tackle for two and Kinnear
locals took to the ozone where touchdown toss. The Fliers had .
total. Forfeit wins
Special Servicea-Ist Lt. 2201-2140 were took a pitchout to the right side '
Stuldreher found White for touch- when
gained possession Overton
.. The electricians bounced SS-1st recorded by Dental and Fasron for 12 more and first down at the
down pitches of 50 and 86 yards, punted out of bounds on the 14.
Lt. last Wednesday with a second four.
109.All but the visiting defenders would Batson again converted but the
half TD to sneak by, 7-6. Mon- three of Wednesday's tussles Kinnear tried the middle for no
give no quarter on the ground and gun sounded with the Red Devils >
day the bellwether's ran up a 26-6 were recorded as forfeits with gain but Spang drove inside left
the issue was never in serious con- in a fourth down punting situa- ,j)
count over Personnel. Fasron Six No. 1, VJ-2 and the tention after the first half. guard for the counter that put tion. <

Only six more days of league ORC. Inst. credited with victories. Navy in front by a touchdown.Bob .
Fliers- Lose Lead Bellwethers of the 508th line "
play remain in the first round.I Standings: Batson converted and it was

Weather permitting, a second I Team Games Feints Leading 13-7 at the intermission 13-7 when the half ended. were Larry Smith and Bob Wat

round will be staged and continuedAS Fasron Six No.1........ 7 26 Jax Navy saw its line ripped son. Both were a constant ne-
Medicos I .................. 6 21 and Dale Strong Second Half mesis to the Fliers who could not
long as possible. Dental ................... 7 21 apart by Caird Currie
i-AW-11 ..................6 19 Ems in the second chapter as the The visitors wasted little timeas gain momentum through the gran-
Standings: ........
Tasron 109 . 8 18
Team W. L. T. Operations ............... 6 16 hard running 508th backs led an the second half opened. Tak- ite-like defense unfolded by the
AE School .............. 7 0 0 VJ-2 .................... 7 15 assault that netted two touch- ing Don Meyerchick's short punton Fort Benning eleven.
S. S. 1st. Lt. .......... 4 1 1AC Special Services ......... 6 14 ,
Maintenance ......... 4 2 0 ORC Inst. _____.7 14 downs in the third period and one the Navy 37 the Red Devils Navy's pass defense was given
AK School .. .......... 4 2 0 Pill Rollers .............. 6 12 sent Ems first down
Marines ............... 3 2 1 Fasron 51 .... ............ 5 11 in the fourth. through on little chance to perform as the 1
AO Ships Co. ............ 4 3 0 VP-741 ..... ............ 6 9 and he bucked the middle to score, 508th threw only four times, but
Supply .. ...3 3 0Personnel "asron. Six No.2......... 8 9 Ems with 124 yards on 18 car-
:::::::::::::..: 3 3 1 VJ-62 ....................6 9 91 eluding a host of tacklers on the none were complete. Stuldreher, ,
AO School 2 3 1 O G .................... 7 6 ries and Currie who spanned 25 before the .
ANP) Ships Co:'::::::::: 1 5 0 Marines .2Bloodl yards on 15 attempts both out- completing Jaunt.It playing 60-minute offense, found
ANP) School ............ 0 4 2 .... J 2 was 13-13 when Stevens missed receivers for four of nine r:
Medical .. .. .. ,........ 0 7 0 Dink" >''...__J : .:::: 0main rushed the Navy ground offense attempts ?
the try for extra point. .
which netted 144 yards.STATISTICS }
but 62 ;
that could produce yards.

Shift Of Units At Mainside Linebacker Bill Fortner Inter 11-yard Thrown loss for on an --- :

cepted a Stuldreher aerial on the two running tyIi '
fifth of the at the KCT
I game plays the Fliers First Downs ............ 5 8 A
Navy 38, carrying to the 10 before Yards Rushing 62 264

Creates Stall In IM Action Bob DiPasquali brought him to kick.were Meyer-forced Passes Passes .. 4 9 0 4

down. Navy held for three downs Yards Passing ... 0 J Jrii'da
chick's boot By 0 2
but on fourth and two Currie tooka 24 i
The loss of Fasron 51, VJ-62, carried to the
PunU Avg. 32 20
unbeaten through three fol- pitch-out on the right side and I "J
34 :20
Penalties "j
Marines and VJ-861 in Mainside 36 where Stevens "
lowing games. was across for the first Red Devil Fumbles Lost 4 :a. ,
football and volleyball Intramural returned
Hospital took it on the chin touchdown. Bill Stevens' extra i 506th RCT --.=T 0 13 ft-26 a;
competition slowed play consider- three yards to .lax Navy _._ ...0 13 0 7-20
twice last week. Fasron 109 brokea point try was good and the 508th DiPasqualiCurrie
week but the the 33. 'a
last remaining
", ably 12-12 half-time deadlock with held an early 7-0 margin. ScorlngLJax Navy (White 2. Spang)r
aggregations, nevertheless, continued counted through right i !508th RCT (Currie 2. Ems 2)) : Extra "
the Corpsmen to score twice in White Nabs TD Pass Points: Jax Navy (Batson 2; 508U :,
with spirited encounters. guard on a 20-yard jab to break RCT (Steven. )
o', the second heat for a 25-12 win White outdistanced lAx NAVY k
Still heading the volleyball pack the deadlock after Ems and Bill
while Fasron 109 out-touchdowned Ends: Shotwell, Arnold, Veargln. I
a with a perfect slate is Fasron Six. the visi- Dietz lugged 13 yards on three Hopkins.
Hospital, 26-20, in a hard fought tors' secondaryto Tackles: Beckham. Shlfflln, Davis
The Fasronltes are undefeated in carries. Stevens' extra point Knolssen. Thomas.
fray grab a pass Guards: Lawhead Kelly, Batson.
10 games, while in second place, made it 20-13. Dunn. '
with one loss in the same number TOUCH FOOTBALL STANDINGS from Stuldre- 508th Line Bugged Walter.Crews. M.ckle.. Webb.
Quarterbacks: Stuldreher.
of meetings are the VP-741 NARTU Team ....................W.5 L.0 her as the sec- Halfbacks: Spang. White, Ahren4.Meyerchlck. .
Gators. O&R has sustained only Supply. ..................... 5 0 ond period op- The 508th opened a drive on the Mftrmlllan, Gray Crum.
Fasron 109 ................... 4 1 he Fliers' 47 early In the final stanza Fullbacks: Kinnear, Mastlce, U1Pas.
one loss in eight games to claim Fasron Six ................... 4 1 ened and i QUaM'
0& G....................... 3 2 carried all the culminated by Ems on a 20- CMth BCT
third place laurels. 2 3 ;:nds: Trade Deem, Branson, COM
A meeting of the touchfootball VP-74I Hospital ...::::::::::::::::::: l way to chalk yard shot over the right' side. No Din Wat
1HL1L ____ n defenders Tackles: Smith, Buza Mlles w
up a 50- yard ; less than five Navy

leaders, NARTU and Supply, was VOLLEYBALL STANDINGSTeam
W. L. StulWhite missed chances to bring the elusive Guards: Bockwlth, DuBarry, Wife
listed for the Enterprise gridiron Fasron Six ........ .......10 0 TD pitch. '
Both units VP-741 Gators ............... 9 1 dreher" C! o n Ems to the turf. aCenters: VaTko. Clark. 1 ,
yesterday afternoon. OAR .................... 7 1Fasron I tha.two minutes remained Quarterbacks: Mattocks, OvwtOUj
with 5-0: slates 109 version attempt was short and to Less Halfbacks Diets, Therolt.. JI ?
entered the tussle J
VP-741 Bombed'::::::::::::: : 3' trailed when Stuldreher found White on ,'
the but the ,
and the winner is expected to cc1 Operations .................. 5 4 right .


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Flying Is Exciting

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Earning Commission With

(Items offering for sale articles 4ats r 3y s,
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automobiles, furniture, ra- >
Wings Of Gold' A ThrillThis
dios, clothing and the like are pro.

h'bited by Defense Department -
This column will, ( Is the first of a series of
The average young man,
\ however, list such services as three articles depicting the United
ing these requirements and aspiring .\
I available housing, rides wanted States Naval Air Reserve> : Train- .
i and lost and found articles or other Ing Program, Identified as theN to participate in these new

similar notices.) ''{)ad Program.) horizons of Naval Aviation, finds

FOR RENT Conditioning The Cadet quite an exciting future in store'

Sing and dble. rms., 2135 Riv- Scanning new horizons in the for him. Training that he will

ii ; erside. Ph. 88-8414, Mrs. Usry. air, the United States Navy-your receive, prior to the awarding this

established 27 stations Wings of Gold, costs Uncle
:* 1 rm. apt., 4624 Astral, Murray Navy-has
Hill, Mrs. Brittain. throughout the'.land where future Sam approximately $60,000 per

5123 l t.<'' ,, w" 11.11 ,,_,v.'::. ,.. ': :,i*. A Naval Air Reserve officers are man, an investment in the past
with ,
Will share home couple
Marines took over last I trained to become an integral partof that has certainly paid dividends
\ San Juan. Ph. 2-4600, Mrs. Ten- FLEET RESERVE CEREMONY-The ;
or see A. B. Williams, Bland- week as three Sergeant Majors at NAS Jax all joined Branch 91, a strong naval air arm. since the outbreak of hostilities "
\ ny Fleet Reserve Association at one time in ceremonies here. Ensign in Korea. \ )
f ing Ave., between 1300 and Jean Kirsch (second from left), explains some of the advantages of This program, identified as the The Naval Air Reserve can look
2100. the FRA to Sergeant Major Manual Farina (extreme left) of Ma- Naval Cadet program, known as
St. Alvin Carmody (seated cen- NavCad, Is to all Am- back on the proud record'established
Furn. 3-rm. apt., 2767 Lydia rine Barracks, while Sergeant Major open young '
Ph. 2-8118, H. C. Bickener. ter) of Marine Aviation Detachment, NATTC, and Sergeant Major erican citizens who can meet the and say, "We were pre- ''.
Samuel (standing) of Organized Marine Corps Reserveare Reserve squadrons com-
Soper pared
2-rm. apt., $50 mo., 826 May St., Davis chairman of the membership requirements set up by the Navy,
briefed Talmadge ,
Mrs. by prised largely of men trained un-
near 5 Points. Ph. 7-6048, drive.
Ellington. These! select Cadets must have der the NavCad program flying

Furn. 3-rm. apt., 528 Trenton Bag Three Marines reached their 18th but not their from such large carriers as the

Drive. Ph. Orange Park 112- 27th birthdays, have completedtwo USSValley Forge, Boxer, Bon \ .
full academic at an ac- Homme Richard and the Antietam ./
84072, Mrs. Reauch. Branch 91 FRA Scores Bulls-Eye years
Unfurn. 3-rm. apt., 1514 DancySt. credited college, university, or junior are the best answers to the efficiency "

Ph. 2-0724, Mrs. Rosser. college, be unmarried, and of this peacetime training .
Sing and dble. rms., 1035 River Recruits Trio Of Sergeant Majors agree to remain unmarried until program. ,.;

side, near 5 Points. Ph. 8-3256, their commission is obtained, or Vice Adm. II. M. Martin, now 11
A recruiting bull's! eye was
Mrs. Guy Wood. The Association, over 30,000 for a period of 18 months.In Commander Air Force, Pacific '

Widow will share home with couple scored by Branch 91, Fleet Re- strong is the enlisted man's voiceIn addition to this, stiff physical Fleet, said of the performance of A

1755 Greenwood Aye. Ph. serve Association lasts week when government affairs concerningthe requirements, (20-20 vision, Naval Air Reservists with the ,.,

n 2-2158, Mrs. E. Hinton. three Marine sergeant majors, Navy. Much of the legisla- normal color perception, hearing, Seventh Fleet: 1

C-rm.) house, $70 mo., 548 W. 24th only ones aboard NAS Jackson- tion passed In the last thirty years pulse), must be met, plus the pass- *

; Ph. 3-9729, Mrs. Knight. as membersof favoring the enlisted men of the ing of aptitude tests to determine "My return to the Continental 1
ville signed
were up
Furn. 3-rm. house, $55 mo. Ph. Navy and Marine Corps was instigated fitness for flying.FLAMINQ I United States after my tour as
9-2523, Mrs. Humphries. the Branch at one time. and backed by the Fleet Commander Seventh Fleet offers
The trio of Marines, who were '
'" Furn. 3-bdrm. house, 15 S. 30th Reserve Association. me the opportunity to comment

St. Ph. 112-5-4097, Jax Beach, signed at the Fleet Reserve boothin $50 Cash AwardA on the job done by the Naval Reserve ,'"

t' Mrs. Leak. the NATTC Navy Exchange, $50.00 prize will be given to aviators In Korea. The man- v,"1

: 1 rm to couple only, 2699 College. were Sergeant Majors Samuel O. I some new or reinstated member r x ner in which they performed un- $

I Ph. 7-6119, Mrs. Roberts. Soper, of Organized Marine Corps I signed up during this period. rttr' der difficult flying conditions was 1

: 2224 Dell- Reserve; Alvin J. Carmody, Ma- Membership in the Fleet Reserveis something that all Naval officers J
Sing and dble. rms., Detachment NAT
Mrs. Kendle. rine Aviation limited to regular Navy or Ma- were proud to associate with the
Ph. 75065.
TC and Manuel C. Farina, Ma- ,
; Unfurn. 3bdrm. house, $75 mo. rine Corps active duty or retired Navy Itself. f,
Barracks NAS.
rine ,
I Ph. 7-7733. Mr. Porter. enlisted personnel who have over This tribute is just one of many "

'1 rm., 4508 College, Murray Hill. Kirsch Recruits> 88 six years active duty. Dues are volunteered by Commanders with ,

Ph. 8-6634, :Mrs. Nudelman. Ensign Jean Kirsch, who this $6.00 per year. the Fleet who have observed these

3-rm. cottage, $37 mo. Ph. 2- week relinquished his post as Enlisted men interested in join- men with Wings of Gold take to( ;j
chairman of the '52 Branch 91 contact the fol-
5410, Mrs. Schulz. ing Branch 91 can the air.For .

Will share 5-rm house with cple. membership drive was responsiblefor lowing members for additional Information 4t .

Ph. 2-3552 Mrs. signing the men up. Ensign : RELE Omar B. Fisher -
3047 College. 16 weeks of flight trainingof
Kirsch, who has been a member 525 home
Cason. :, office phone phone a type unobtainable in civilian ,

o Furn. rm., 4244 San Juan, Lake- of the Branch since 1948, has re- 88-8486; or Talmadge Davis, at F t life, the new candidate is sent to "4

t, shore. Ph. 8-6297, Mrs. Lowell. cruited 88 members. I extension 276.Scouting Pensacola, where the student is .(
Talmadge A. DaviS', a retired ,
t Widow will share home with couple taught fundamentals essential to
Chief Storekeeper, has assumed The
: 3628 Ernest. Ph. .2-5537, Squadrons bIJ his future success. At the same
of the drive which
chairmanship ,
Mis Rose Ruff (Continued from Page 5)a time he undergoes vigorous physical
and will
in September con-
Furn. 2-rm. apt. Ph. 2-7216, Mrs miracle in the 1920s where Por- and military training, studies ,
clude in November. t4
y LeGrand, Two-Fold ObJecth'eBranch tuguese children witnessed a vi- navigation, weather forecasting,
2 rms., by day or week, 2601 Park. sion of the Virgin Mother K engineering and other aviation
91's primary objective,
Ph. 8-2770 Mrs. S. R. Houston. .
with other squadrons, VF-
other than gaining new members, Along
TJnfurn 5-rm house, 4441 Mar-
during the current drive is to 173 received a "well done" from The "prep" period. has not been

; quette, $80 mo Ph. 3-5422, bring to all regular Navy and the top NATO commanders and completed for the cadet. He now

Mrs A. H. Stanley. .Marine Corps enlisted personnel in the skipper of the FDR for their enters the second period of his ''j

i To couple or two gentlemen. this area first hand information performance during i "Opera tionMainbrace" % training that will be explained ,
Bdrm, twin beds in private 5 b
on the advantages of the Fleet Re- next week.
residence. Riverside. Ph. 2-
serve Association. During a. five-dav stav in Scotland +Y Young men desiring first-hand

4947. the majority of personneltook Information about the NavCad,

MISCELLANEOUSBaby tours to are invited to visit or
sight-seeing Glasgowor !program?
: sitter by day, nite or weekends Special ServicesBulletin Edinburgh. The ship was host call the Jacksonville Naval Air
Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd.
to hundreds of Scottish citizens Reserve Training Unit and arrangean
( sitter, ref., day or nite 2120
and on one occasion ten Scottish Interview with Lt. R. E. Hanna -
1. Herschel St. Ph. 2-9502, Mrs.
Boy Scouts visited the VF-173 NavCad procurement officer
1 G. Joyner. for the South-Georgia, NorthFlorida -
ready room, dressed in their tra-
Widow will baby sit. Ph. 2-6687, BOWLING area. AtOne '
Oct. 27 ditional kilts. )
I Mrs Swick. VP-R61 VI Blood Bank When the Roosevelt relieved the .

Lost: A' pair of ladies' prescription VJ-62 Fasron 6 No. 1 YI v. Fasron ORC 6 No Inst., 2 Coral Sea at Lisbon, Lt. Dave \lLfAF.E$ duck to another: "I wish

i: filled sun-glasses. Ph. Ext. Oct. 28 you'd stop walking like a woman
i I VP-741 v. Dental Hansen of VF-174 and Lt. (jg) FEMME Fiery
8555, Chief Mcllmoil. I AW-ll VI Marines in the wearing slacks!"
\ VJ-2 v* O & G Robert participated Jean Peter's latest film"Blazeof .
I( Rider wanted, share car pool, from Got. M traditional humorous ceremony by Glory", has the young star- '"

t Arlington area, 0730 to 1600, Ph. Fasron 109 51 vi vi 14edleosFasron VP861Operations dropping propaganda leaflets on let in the role of a rebellious Communism may be consid-
v 'Special Services R-girl. "I'm not the type in ered the shortest route from the
\ Ext. 389, Mrs. Winburn. Otto SO the deck of the Coral Sea froma real life', commented the
Ride wanted from 6th and Main Fasron 6 No. 2 vi Blood Bank helicopter. flaming redhead. cradle to the grave. .
Dental v* O & Grill
or vicinity 0800 to 1630. Ph. VP-741 v. Rollen ;1 1I

,I' Ext. 684, Mary Alice Droze. TOVCH lOOTBlLLOrl.. :27VP741 Only Four Paydays Until Christmas : ,

t 'Cane Hunt'e.r Out Fagron 109 Oct.VI vs. 21 29 Supply VP861Oct. I Variety Of Gift Items On Shelves Of Navy Exchange | ";

\ Hurricane Hunters of VJ-2 werechecking Hospital vs O &G
an area of suspicion ; NARTU VI Marines With only four paydays left I Cosmetic gift packages, towels matched belts and jewelry sets.
\ this week near Swan Island VJ-62 v. NARTU until Christmas, personnel will and sheet sets: and a large selec- Then, of course, there ore always -
fairon 6 vs Fairon 51 tion of chrome and aluminum records, record players, radios -
i about 750 miles south.A v'OLLFYBALLWek ; want to start gift shopping early

plane with a crew of 10, with VP-741 Caters, of Oct. J7 Fairon KM The Navy Exchange has announ- dishware will be featured. and numerous other items

i Lt. (jg) Buster Nigles as pilot VP-741 Bombers v.v. Fasron 51 ced that Monday, Oct. 27, special One special buy includes three for all the family, including a

and Lcdr T. J. Kowall, aerology VP-861 Marino VI v. Special Service O & R gift items will be on display. pair of ladies' hosiery gift wrap- selection of toys for the kiddies.

} officer returned Tuesday after a Supply :: OperationsVJ52 Fasron R Included in the selection will ped in a plastic utility case which *

'. 12-hour check flight. The second OAR vs VJ62Special be table lighter sets, pipe racks, goes free with the purchase. For a small charge, a specia/

plane left early Wednesday on iairon 51 ServIces v. Fasron Fairon 109Supply 6 I,ash trays, musical cigarette boxes wrapping' department will gift

another check'with Lcdr. Dave : VP-7J1 VP-741 Bombers Gatori musical humidors, cameras, Selections for men include wrap packages, and also wrap

Holmes pilot; L. R. Upton, ACC, Operations v. Marines watches, table lamps steak sets, wallets, luggage, fountain pens, packages for mailing. Overseas

flight aerologist, plus a crew of ,. Thru HOBBY Friday SHOP..HOVR3TUM. ......1400-2200 carving sets, and electrical appliances vacuum sets, fishing tackle and packages should be mailed bjr
Saturday ..........?.......__ 0K)0-1730!( of all kinds. equipment, shirts, ties, and November 15.
10. Sunday and Monday ..........Secured


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