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Creation Date: November 6, 1952
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6 November 1952
NEWS
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Published every Thursday for Navy activities: at Naval Air Continuing its policy of pro
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. moting In small increments, the To Ship Cars Overseas
NAS Jacksonville Army has released a list of officers

Capt. Burnham C. MiCaffree __ __ Commanding Officer promoted to captain
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ._______?...___ Executive Officer colonel. A total of 185 (ty Armtd Faces Prw 5"fvc.)
Lt. Dave Barksdale ____..____ Public Information Officer through Service personnel who wish to added to the list of Air Force
first lieutenants were promotedto automobiles to Functions of the
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear ship their private occupations.
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ....... m.......__......._..._._ .Commandei captain; It6 captains to major oversea stations on a "space avail- specialty Include formulating .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins.______.__ Chief of Staff ; 103 majors to lieutenant able" basis on Military Sea Transport and carrying out policies connected -
Fleet Air Wing Eleven colonel and 49 lieutenant colonels Service vessels will now be with the Air Force, Department
Capt. Arthur S. Born _r _...._.._____.__.__ CommanderComdr. to colonel.
Joseph T. Thornton..___ ._ ._____ ___ Chief Staff Officer charged according to the weight of Defense, and U.S.
of their car. Typical charges for politico-military affairs.
Center
Naval Air Technical Training The base at LacklandAFB .
Capt. Edwin R. Peck .._ m_.. n_','''''' _'_'''oO .....__....Commanding Officer hospital shipping, computed on a "meas- *
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..._...__....._....._...._--:...Executive Officer Tex., chalked: up its 25,- urement ton" basis for the average The Navy U calling for requests
Naval Hospital 000th patient returned from Ko vehicle, are as follows: East from line officers of the

Capt. Dwight \Vharton ._.__ ...._...__ Commanding Officer :' rea. lie Is Sgt. Layman R. Skin Coast ports to Europe, 266.25: ; regular Navy for transfer to the
T. F. Weinert._ _____Executive Officer
Capt. 1S."ho hospitalisedat
ner, was California
$465
East Coast to Japan, ; Supply Corps. Officers in the
NARTU Lackland hospital after beingevacuated to Alaska, $210, and of lieutenant
Capt. Easton B. Noble._..........__- Commanding Officer to the State Since the ports> grade commanderor
Comdr. Trusso.._ Executive Officer California to Japan, $294.50. In below will be considered bya
Anthony -- ----
====: Air Evacuation Service was placedIn
addition, there is a port handling selection board which sill con-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. operation at Lackland In July, charge of about $29 per auto. vene in January, 1953. Requests
Jacksonville.I Florida I and pilnttd commercially with 1 non-appropriated funds 1950, the average number of eaoiieea should be submitted to Bureau
P-33 P.ev.
vlth NAVEXOS
at no e\pen t' to the government and in compliance
Nov.; 1945. Copies are dlstrlbutrd free of entree at the Naral Air Station the handled at Lackland has been The number of points needed fora of Personnel prior to Dec. 15,
and the U. S.
Naval Air Reserve Training tt'lit.'ail Air Station Cecil Field
Naval Hospital. about 1,200 per month. soldier to complete a tour of 1952.

Editor-Andrew H. Planey duty in Korea has been increased. 0 .

Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JOJ; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams Fin hundred officer of the However, front-line) soldiers only A new brochure has been issued

SA; Helen Harper.The Army Nurse Corps and 125 officers need :36: points. The basic point by the Marine Corps entitled
JAX AIR NEWS \II a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. of the Women's Medical system has not been changed, the .
AFPS mateilal appealing In this publication may net be reprinted without I "You Are Now A :Marine Veteran -
: Seivlce. Pft>ubllcalion of othermatter Specialists Corps Reserve will be neededfor
Points
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Army announces. to orient all marines who
of are
service tubllcotlons. Is prohibited without permission
evctpt by
ordered Into active military "rotation" home from the Far
Editor JAX MR :.*EWS released from active duty. The-
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension ren'ice in February, March, and East were increased from 36 to publication informs the reader of
April, 1953. Officers will be selected 38 for October, but officials said
8184 and his rights, privileges, and responsibilities
from four groups, with the total might change in Novem
216.A as a marine veteran.
first priority going to volunteers ber. It has remained at 36 with
Champion Of Good Morals Copies of the publication are being .
who may sign for two or little change since the system was ,
sent to all Marine
Corps com-
Seek The Protection Of Religion three years of active. duty. set up in August, 1951. Troopsearn mands.
*
points per month at a rate .
A total of $585.510,000 has been I based upon their closeness to com
Self Married regular and leservewomen
Communism
Against
Against appropriated for Army military bat. When a soldier accumulatesthe officers In the Air Force
construction during the next fiscal required number of points he
can now be discharged upon request
By Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt I year, the Department of the is then placed on a list for those
provided they han completed -
Army announces. Of this amount, eligible for roation. However, the
Very often when talking to young men they give you $166,411,500 is for unclassified actual rotation of an individual 24 months of active com-
arguments and make statements against organized religion. I missioned service in their cur-
projects within the continental U. the flow of
depends upon replacements
Their arguments vary. Some will tell you that many hypo- ', rent tour. Officers serving overseas
S., and $419,098,500 for
projects'outside from the States.
Grits are found in religious circles. Others will tell you that must complete one year of
continental U. S.. and I'I *
do not have to go to church to worship God. While admitting II their oversea tour.
you
classified and I
unprogrammed proj A new specialty, International *
the
what
be true
that these statements may are
ects. I Affairs Officer, will be
facts? These same people usually confess that though they I soon Ort'on't'teranl of \\\\11 have

could worship God without going to church, still they do not until Dec. 1, 1952: to apply for

do so. :4 I I their state bonus. Applicationsmust

Unfortunately, too few people today realize that organized be postmarked on or before
religion i is about the greatest defense we have r : midnight Dec. 1 to be valid. For

against the force which is trying to undermine our democ further information Oregon veterans

racy. This threat, of course, is Communism. Official political I should write: Department
Communism as practiced in Russia today is atheistic. They Veterans Affairs, State Library

believe there is no God. And so, Communism is not only Building, Salem. Ore..
pgainst Christianity, but it also is against Judaism, Hindu *
ism. Mohammedism, and every faith, religion or supreme A plan to being worked out
being. for speedy mobilization cf the
nation's airlines in a national

.As soon as Communism can break down the will of the emergency. The fleet is to be

people to worship God, or make worship impossible, the composed of 297 long range,

next step is to set up a type of absolute authority and unswerving four-engine civil aircraft, subject

obdience to the State. That makes it possible to I I to duty on 48-hours notice.

shape and reshape the morals of the people to serve the r D Z'v The fleet would be operated by

ends of an unscrupulous government. the commercial airlines under

Today in military circles we are confronted with the contract to.the Air Force.
'S. ,
fact that too many young men and women, who in civilian
]life attended some church service regularly, no longer do so I av o. 7. The Department of Defense has

while in the service. Removed from the restraint of the :"..'f"- {,. I reported that contracts have been
home and the local community, service personnel are inclined placed totaling $9.500,000,000 i_
to become careless. It is bad enough when our American ANOTHER SET OF TWINS-Dorothy and Doris Widmeyer i July and August for major equipment -
twin Waves, and the second set at NATTCenter, who
reportedto and and
the -
supplies, construction
people as a group fail in church attendance. When the the Airman Preparatory School last week, got here just in I
person in the uniform of his country, pledged to defend time for the Halloween spirit. The twin black cats in the background and expansion of military -

Democracy, does so, the danger is so much greater. seem Jo agree production. Contracts included -
The fact is that as long as you fail to support organized $8,300,000,000 for "hard
religion or neglect to worship God after the dictates of your Second Set of H,000 Landings goods" such as tanks, airplane,

own heart, you help to warm the cold heart of Stalin and I Aboard the USS Sicily off Korea ships, ammunition, and electronic

help Communism to carry out its boast that by the year Wave Twins (AFPS) Capt. Thomas D. Ire equipment. Clothing, food, and
2,000 religion will be a thing of the past for our country. land has been credited with the petroleum products totaled $800- .
I I 14.000th landing on this carrierin 000.000 and construction, $400-

Such support of religion and church attendance, of' At CenterThe its third tour of duty in the 000000.

course does not mean simply belonging to some religious arrival of Doris and Dor- Far East. The Marine pilot is a

organization and only putting in an appearance at church. othy Widmeyer to the Naval Air member of the ship's famed Checkerboard DIVINE))
Communism can tolerate religious indifference. It can never Technical Training Center last I Squadron. : ,

exist where people are sincere in their religious convictions.It week marked the second set of ___ )

is time for Americans to become alert to this danger and twin Waves to report for school r ". . Fry Two, it." (SERVICES)
to become a genuinely spiritual people. Religion, sincerely recently. Trieste AFi'S
( ) Into thernlb.W Protestant
followed, can protect us against the onslaughts of Com Both girls entered the Navyin men's barracks of the 0830-Lutheran Communion Ser-

munism and helps us retain our democracy. July 1952 and were sent to L'. S. Armed Forces here Up- vice, Small Chapel.
also carries with it by-product for Bainbridge, Md. for boot
Religious sincerity a camp. toes an officer these mornings.He 0830-All Saints Chapel.
every individual. It is a protection against ourselves. The After completing basic training, draws back the blinds, 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL

Church is the champion of good morals and a good life. It they were sent here to Jack gently awaken the soldien 0930....Sunday School.

is impossible to say that everyone who goes to church leads sonville for the Airman Preparatory and serves them breakfast in 1045-A11 Saints Chapel.
a good life. This is not the fault of the Church. School. When they gradua'te bed. Catholic06000000l000Mass
they hope to be assignedto
It's all
part of the Army' St. Ed
,
However, it is a fact that in religion there is the constant Photographer's :Mate Schoolso charities fund drive here. Every ward's Chapel.

reminder of what the good life is and regular attendance that they may follow the line enlisted man who contributes 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.
in worship services will help those who want to be of work they both did before entering $10 gets breakfast in bed lUormon1930TuesdayNATTC .

helped. If a persons wants to live with a good conscience, the service. I I for a week. Chaplain's

the Church will point the way. They attended the Art Institute I Money in. pouring in. office.

Seek the protection of religion in the struggle against of Pittsburgh for two years, Christian Science.

Communism and self. Support organized religion and then where they majored in commer- I Kodak Camera plant in New 1900 Tuesday- NATTC Chap
follow sincerely the faith that you support and confess. cial art and then worked at the York, their home state. lain's office.Page .



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November. 1952 JAX AIR NEWS



First Carrier Docks At New Mayport Pier ,




Benefit Group Throngs Visit USS Tarawa



Selects Officials; K During Public Open House :


r October 30, 1952 will be noted as one of the most important ?
Votes ChangesRubye dates in naval aviation history in Jacksonville.It .

E. Piper, of Supply and was on that day that the was host to the general public

Fiscal i department, has been 37,500-ton heavy attack carrier at open house. Thousands streamed -

named Chairman of the Board of USS Tarawa eased into the basinat to the Mayport Auxiliary 'I

Trustees of the Employees' Mutual rN Mayport to become the first Landing Field for a view and a '

Death Benefit Society for the carrier ever to tie up to the tour aboard the huge craft. No. \

coming: year, it has been an- %4}xf s sY. newly completed Mayport pier. official figures have been released

nounced. on the size of the crowd,
Originally slated to dock Oc-
Society but estimates run from 20,000 to j
Mrs. Piper, Chairman of the -
r tober 27, the USS Tarawa was t
since its organization, was prevented by high winds and 30,000. Some 2,615 automobiles

selected again to continue In this strong river curents from enter entered the gate before it closed,
with cars lined along the highways
capacity. The Board also name
ing the basin for three days. But
Herschel Lee of Security to sera the mooring of the big vessel bumper to bumper for
seven miles. Many thousandsmore
.
as vicechairman.New
made successfully last Thurs-
was
unable to reach the
Board of were
members to the
day.
Trustees include Mrs.: Piper, Le, .., gate due to the tremendous traffic
1.m." .......;,.. ",;;;,;:<<. <<-a': ,;: of the in
jam, one biggest
Albert I.
Frank D. Warren and
WELCOME\ ABOARD-Rear Adm. Osborne B. HardLson, Commander The day most people in the Jacksonville history.
Spencer of Overhaul and Repel Fleet Air Jacksonville, returns the salute of side boys as Jacksonville area will better re-
Walker Crevasse of Public Work, I after the carrier tied Visitors, who came aboard between '
he boarded the USS Tarawa shortly huge up member however, is Sunday,
e and Michael Cascone of Industr I at Mayport last Thursday. Behind Admiral Hardison is Lt. George 2 when the Tarawa the hours of 1300() and 1600, I 1
November
al Relations who continues as Se Caldwell, Flag Lieutenant and aide. Extreme right is Capt. JackP. were permitted to visit most
[ Monroe commanding officer ol the Tarawa.
non-restricted aboard ship.
retaryTreasurer.Vote: '. .. y space. .
On Amendments '. .v, ';:

Several changes to the Const ; :::.., The Tarawa, skippered by
tutlon and By-Laws of the Society ; Capt. Jack P. Monroe, departedthis

were voted on by the membershij : ,, area Monday morning. During .
Amendment No. 1 pertaining t to its brief stay here the carrier

opening membership in the Society ,.' conducted training exercises

to employees of various Naval ';",.:: ..' <' with Fleet Air Jax squadrons '
activities within Duval Ooui aboard. --
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ty, Fla. was disapproved, failin "Y + Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi- .
.. 3fdLIiT
to receive the required two-third v. { son, Commander Fleet Air Jack-

vote. sonville and Capt. Burnham C.

Amendment No. 2 providing for McCaffree, commanding officer

reinstating of membership in the of Naval Air Station Jacksonvillewere

Society when members are retire on hand last Thursday to

under the Civil Service Retirement welcome the carrier. Shortly after

Act was approved. Provisions of the vessel docked Admiral

this amendment are in three sections Hardison boarded and was hon-

: 4A provides for physic ore by side boys and a Marine

disability retirement, Section 3 D honor guard. He was met on the

provides for reasons other tha quarterdeck by Capt. Jack P. j

disability retirement, and Sectlo Monroe, commanding officer of i

C reinstates former members who the Tarawa:
...
meet (a) and (b) if they pay all! -THOUSANDS----VISIT SHIP-Upwards of 25,000 visited the Tarawa during open House last The Destroyer Cotton, (DD 669))

assessments levied since thei Sunday. At the left, an early photo shows groups of curious visitors milling on the pier as the first accompanied the carrier on her
separation from the Society. ones waiting to go aboard. At right is a view of the continuous line going aboard via the forward Jacksonville cruise.

Former members eligible will be gangway. At no time during the afternoon did this line. slacken. Securing of the carrier to the

notified in writing, and given 30 t -..; ". .:.', {' .,.,.: : .... ....;. new pier at Mayport was the beginning
: ? > 'MIr''Y. ;
reinstate membership : '
day to Marine Joins Marines ..: : : of a new era in naval
will be advised' .
Those reinstated ': '
activities in Jacksonville. Never
.
Raleigh, N. C. (A'PS-The +
when assessments are levied, and guy was a. Marine before he before has it been possible fora

given ten working days after notices Joined up. lie was born a Ma heavy carrier to tie up here.

of assessments being due and rine. Ills father was a Marine z#;< < Previously flattops had to an-

payable. and so was his mother. .... '. hor at sea off the jetties.
Board Gun Invest Monies &i.h'
Yes sir, Mr. James Marine, 18, S SCNow
An addition of Section i to Article I
became more of a Marine than ; '" ',' ,w with the completion of
VII for the Board :
provides {
Miscellaneous ever recently; he enlisted. Now ,... : the 600-foot pier and the dredgng -
to Invest monies from the -
he is a marine.A : of the channel and basin,
.. Operating Expense Fun<
r May p o r t Auxiliary Landing
in bearing negotiable government ,
interest soldier made the mistake of L. field thus becomes the only
securities when, in Its llED i f .
eiP F place south of Norfolk, Va. with
to the end
too close rear
opinion, such funds are not %need getting
facilities for berthing heavy
ed. These bonds or securities may; of an Army mule. His buddies i
:arriers.
be liquidated, if necessary, In the< caught him on the bounce, placed \
cases of multiple deaths, to in him on a stretcher, and startedfor Use of the new carrier berthing

amount to ex .. >basin Is expected to facilitate
crease the never the hospital. On the way the ,. .
ceed $1.00 per active member at soldier regained consciousness, remendou/ly the problem of

time of death, to be paid to bone- and felt the oading aircraft and personnel of
gazed at the sky, ': \ :
: .
ficiaries. swaying motion of the stretcher. :7 j Fleet Air Jacksonville squadons -

There are about 1,300 member Weakly, he lowered his hands ___-"..__.. __-.m,_"___. 55.S.-, S ,_".__ a aboard carriers.
S now, which means that In cases: over the side to find nothing but I DESTROYERS TOO-The USS Cotton (DD-669)) slides gracefully Previously planes had to" be

of death with this membership, a space. I alongside the escort pier at Mayport. The Destroyer escortedthe flown I directly aboard carriers
beneficiary would receive a total basin last rom local fields, but now it will
"Mlgosh" he groaned, "I haven't carrier USS Tarawa as it entered the Mayport
of $1,300.00. be possible for aircraft, after be-
hit ground yeti"IMayport! Thursday.
Employees may join the Society ng flown to Mayport, to be

by submitting an application to hoisted directly aboard from the

the Board for approval, and bj Auxiliary Field Gains Importance lock.;
payment of the initial fee of $2.10 .

plus the amount of the last assess- -- Docking of the Tarawa at May-
ment levied. Information regard I With the completion of the the Aviation Training department. charge of NALF-Mayport. port marks the culmination of

ing the Society may) be obtained steel pier at Mayport, and its at NAS Jax. In October 1948 the Service To Fleet years of planning which started "

from members of the Board, from full utilization for mooring Aviation Training department Assisted by officers assigned to with a survey by the Hepburn

immediate supervisors or from and docking of heavy aircraft moved to NAS Corpus Christi! other billets established for May- Board in 1938. Through the years

the Personnel Office.Weather carriers, Naval Auxiliary leaving NALF-Mayport a divisionof port by BuPers, Lcdr. Rostien will rom 1939, when the Chief of

Landing Field, Mayport takeson the newly-established Opera- exercise effective direct liaison Naval Operations approved of

new importance.As tions department here, and it has with all department heads at NAS he recommendation, to 1951 no
Outlook activity increases for the remained In that status during the Jax and other activities concernedto ctual work was done on the
Naval Air Station -
carrier basin
new construction period. assure that adequate service is eject. The installation wasp

Friday-Partly cloudy, ligh.t t Jacksonville, commanded by Under Operations Dept." rendered to all fleet units as re- used as a Section Base, offering
maximumS Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, will
and Variable winds,
quired. ervice to small craft; as a land
department, un-
with The Operations
in high 70's. furnish logistical support,
temperature cloudy maximum NALF-Mayport remaining a division der Comdr. Paul J. George, Oper- NAS Jacksonville will continue practice site for torpedo and
Saturday-Partly ations Officer Is responsible for to furnish personnel and servicesas bombing exercises; as a CoastGuard
temperature in high 70's, of the Station's Operations ,
the administration, operation and necessary to Insure that re- station and later a
to south- department.
light to moderate east Acquired In '18 security of Mayport, and for the qui red specialized functions at bounce field" for Fleet Air Jax

east winds. and accountability NALF-Mayport are carried out in quadrons. ;
and variable When the Coast Guard turned direct supervision
undar-Lfght;
partly Mayport back to the Navy May of all personnel there. Lcdr. an efficient and expeditious man- Funds were finally authorized
easterly
winds generally ,
cloudy and mild. 31, 1943, it became, a division of Jack C. Rostien i* the officer-in- ner. in 1951 and work was begun






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I I' Lower Down Payments On Homes To 'VeteransAfter I WAVE



certification by the the Federal government. the down payment minimum is the sum of the sales price and WAYS

Secretary of Labor that new 4%, approximately the sameas closing costs. Example: Sales

non-farm housing starts have price is $10,000 closing
The effect of these regula- previous requirements. No Wedding bells rang for Kay
been below
an annual rate of costs are $200. Required mini-
1,200,000 units for three consecutive tions on VA-guaranteed home down payment Is required on mum cash down payment from Traurig last week as she Joined

months, the Administrator loans generally, are: Minimum houses priced at $7,000 or less.
veteran is $500 (5% of sales the ranks of the "young mare
of the Housing and Home down payment requirementswill However, closing costs, up to price). Maximum loan is $9- rieds."

Finance Agency has instructedthe be 5%, as permitted by 4% of the price, must be paidin 700 ($10,200 minus $500). .
Another week and Waves
law cash on houses at $7,000 or more !
all
Federal Housing Adminis- on housing priced above However, veterans are
tration, the Veterans Administration $8,400 instead of increasingup less. warned that the new down pay- School students at NATTCenter

and the U. S. Department to 35% on higherpricedhouses ment schedule sets minimum include Barbara Green, Doris

of Agriculture to relax as previously required.For To determine the maximum requirements, and that lenders Umberger, Eileen Daspit, Mar-

down payment requirements on* houses priced above $7- permissible loan, subtract the may require larger down pay- jorie Breidinger, Jewel Gunn,

home loans aided or made by 000 but not more than $8,400, required down payment from ments. Jackie Mansfield, Britta Rein-
:
hardt, Jan Dusenberry, Wennell
A Chance To Fire ;R.
Actually Richardson, Carol West, Barbara

Moritz, Carol Hoggesteger and

I Pyrotechnics DemonstrationAids jVVe Patricia Faes. Joining ship's com

pany at NATTCenter is Ann

Training At AO SchoolA Bauscher.
SALTY HUMOR FROM Welcomed aboard at Barracks

demonstration: and lecture on HERE AND THEREA 722 were Diane Lee Cotrill, AC-
and pins were pulled from both F ci AA from Olathe, Kansas; Mary
the latest and most useful pyro-
ends of.J.he signal \o demonstrateboth reporter sent to cover the Leonard, SKSA, Gloria Richards,
technics used by men in the aviation -
the smoke and the flare. This Johnstown flood was so impressedby SKSA from San Diego, Jane
ordnance rate of the Navy, all that he saw that he triedto Vlacic, TESA, Sharlaine '
small hand signal may be used by
has recently been Incorporated Into indicate the emotion and hero- TESA, Mary Ann West, TESA

the training program of the persons adrift for both day and ism around him in that great pan- and Marlene Schmidt, RNSA

night rescue. orama of death.In from Bainbridge.
Aviation Ordnance (AO) School
AN Mark :5 drift signals'were a wire to his editor, he be- Congratulations bestowedto
cf the Naval Air Technical Train- are
exploded for the students as was gan, "God sits tonight on a little Mary Bixiones who as of last
Ing Center. hill overlooking a scene of stark
the Mark 6 float light, and their Monday entered the civilian
The students, now In their fifth disaster!" world. The Jax: Air News staff
week of training at the AO School, '! full use as a signal was pointedout. His editor wired back: "Never would like to take this opportu-

were given the new phase of Instruction mind disaster-Interview God-
nity in wishing her the best of
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last week at the far get pictures if possible, luck and good wishes. Hpppy

south end of the station, near therad'o The entire class was given the landings Bixie!!
,
"What is home without a mother -
tower. chance to fire pyro pistols and a ?" asked; a handsome sailor. .
+K
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flares of all colors were rocketedout "Well "
FIRE AWAY-Don replied the young sweet
Clouston
markers which ,
Depth charge into the bay area? AA, gets checked out on the thing, "I am tonight." NARTU
Included both day and night types,
Mark 13 distress" signal duringan
"It is to all
were set off for the students along very gratifying Aviation Ordnance (A) AMC: "Knock off the whistling I
with a full demonstration on the concerned that Aviation Ordnance School class gathering.: The while you are working." NOTESMembers

proper operation and handling of School now has an allowance for pyrotechnic demonstrationshave SA: "Wasn't working chief,
each. the demonstration of the many been included in the AO Just whistling." of Air Wing Staff 74.
School's curriculum.I .
of
The Mark 13 distress signal was types pyrotechnic equipment were busy as bees their last drill
pertinent to aviation. It is be- Seeing two Scotchmen bathing,
included in the classes curriculumTo I week-end with several promotions,
lieved that the actual demonstra- a wealthy Englishman offered five

tions will greatly increase the ef- I pounds to the one who could stay i an increased complement, an engagement -

Collect Articles For ficiency of the AO School gradu- under the longest. They're still and a wedding.

Local Not New ShopOn ates in the safe and proper opera- searching for the bodies. Two of Wing Staff's officers

tion and handling of these mark- were seen with new gold leaves on

Friday, Nov. 7, a truck ing and survival devices," declared Private: "What do you think of their collars and a box of cigars.

staffed by members of the William A. Hood, Director of tight skirts, Sarge?" Instead of Lieutenant, it's Lcdr.D. .

Navy Wives Club will call at Training at the Center.MAINSIDE. Sarge: "Don't approve of 'em. A. Deen, AWS Photo Officer,
all housing areas on the base
Women should leave the stuff and Lcdr. T. M. Buckenmier, AWS
and in Dewey Park to request r alone." Assistant LSO. ,

donations of clothing, furnitureand f.N af- 5.5 .
other articles for the Not Women
and money are both Ensign L. L Johnson has announced
New SHop. alike. If you don't keep them his engagement to Martha -
Cooperation of all hands will both
busy they lose interest. Dee Hatton of Birmingham
be greatly appreciated. All .
Ala. Ensign Johnson is the Assistant
proceeds from sales at Not New Wife "Mabel
: next door has a Photo officer for Wuiff
Shop located in Building 39, Thurs., Nov. 6 \\I \\I. J new hat" Staff and learned today that he
will go to welfare.Louis The Iron Mlstress..Alan Ladd Hubby: "I
# suppose you'll be has made the Aviation Tech Train-
Fri., Nov. 7- wanting one too."
ing officer for AWS 74, replacing
The Men..Robert Mitchum like permission to the Wife "It
Lusty see I : would be cheaper Lt. B. M. McNamara.

Prima Sat., Nov. 8 old lady!I" than moving." .

Models, Inc .....'........Howard Duff
___ Following men received certifi-
XATTOenter cates of completion from Comdr.

Coming Here Thurs., Now 6 John Ingle, for the 8-week boot j

The Prisoner of $ camp held recently at NARTU.

Zenda ............ Stewart Granger r a They were: Glenn E. Gorley, AA;

Fri., Nov. 7 Marshall C. Jones, AA; Ches E.
Next WeekLouis
The Iron Mistress..........Alan Ladd Searle, AA; A. J. Grier, AA; Jack

Bunting, AA James C Brunson,
Sat., T 0". 8 4r ; V
Prima, the gravelthroated The Lusty Men..Robert Mitchum AA; and Don O. Tyner, AA. The )
seamen have all Joined Air Wing .
trumpeter, again brings his orchestra NAVAL HOSPITAL,
Staff 74 and have a 100% attendance -
: to the Naval Air Station Thurs., Nov. 6
record.
for a three-night stand, Novem- Hangman"s Knot.. Radolph Scott .
John S. SN was mar
Morley, ,
ber 11 at Mainside, November 12 Fri. Nov. 7 ?
ried recently to Helen Jo Cald-
Night Without
at the "O" Club and November 13
Sleep .................... Gary Merrill well of Lake Wales, Ela.
at NATTCenter.The Morley is a graduate of Art Institute -
Sat., Now 8
Prima organization, besides I The Prisoner of in Pittsburgh and at pres-

offering top drawer modern swing Zenda ............ Stewart GrangerA ent is employed with L. F. Martin
and old style New Orleans Jazz, I Builders, Inc., in Lake Wales.

cut up enough capers to keep the '
pitcher who would have been ? M1a
audience laughing and wondering really great if he could have con-

:what's coming up next. trolled his more than typical

Raven-haired "Keely" Smith, thirst for alcohol was endured by RIY
...
talented songstress, shares the vocal his manager because of his unde- .;. ;
4 "';
spotlight with throatyvoicedPrima. niable pitching ability. The end .f ..f'1i.

; of the manager's patience arrived, '

A veteran of movies, network however, when he gave the pitcher NEWCOMER Before Donna .

broadcasts, recording studios and a new ball and ordered him to Lee Hickey could catch her
successful hotel engagements warm up. The pitcher took the breath she was lifted from the '/ SfwS?* -
chorus line at New York'sCopacabana .' <
throughout the country, Prima Is ball and then set out for the bull night club and .

best known for his rendition of pen. But he didn't stop there. He hustled off to 20-Century Fox

"Sing, Sing, Sing." He has also kept on going until he had reacheda in Hollywood. Indications areshe'll They had to shoot poor Fido to !j)
written "Angelina", "Robin Hood", near-by saloon, where he traded remain there. Her first
picture, "The Girl Next Door" day. i
"Sunday Kind of Love", and the ball for three (shots of whis- [ 2' '
Dan
with Dailey and June Ha A mad dog?

.Brooklyn Boogie". key ver,.wlll be released soon Well, he wasn't too pleased. 'J'JPage



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i Marines Who 1 Navy Time Helps



!. Re-Enlist Get Active Duty Time Good For




Choice Duty Social Security BenefitsNaval

Washington (AFTS) Marine 1

Corps sergeants or below who revS -

enlist may now choose their next personnel who serve on
civilian employment engaged in
duty area, school, or put in for active duty for as long as 90 daytbetween
either before or after the active
V retraining:, the Marine Corps an-
16 1940 and
,
September duty period on which their retired -
nounces. The options are all
guar-
December 31, 1933 are eligible for pay is based.
anteed by USMC headquarters.
benefits under the Social Security Ten Years RequiredTen
Marine Corps memorandum 99- if their Is
program separation years coverage under Social -
52 lists three paths which re-en-
under other than dishonorable Security is required to be
listees can take. The choices are: conditions.
"fully insured" for life.
I, Transfer or assignment to
Social Security benefits basedon Problems involved in tabulating
one of the following geographic
Naval service (in any rank or Social Security benefits are so '
areas, but not to a specific unit or o
location. rating) will be at the same rateas varied that it would be impossible -

that paid civilians who earned to publish all the facts. However -
Area I-North and South Carolina :-
J160 per month wages. The ben- specific information on indi

.....,..,. _
"w -< """ "" efits for a civilian whose average vidual cases may be obtained at
Area II-The U. S, East of the
Mississippi River. DISCUSS EXPANSION-Capt. Edwin R. Peck (left), commanding monthly wage was $160 per monthare any Social Security Administration -
officer of NATTCenter discusses the expansion of the as follows: Retired Worker, field office. The Jacksonville
California
III Southern
Area Navy Exchange at the Center with Lcdr. John Welborn, branch 564 per month; Retired Worker office is at 311 West Monroe St.
Area IV-The U. S. West of the Navy Exchange officer at the Center. The Center Exchange is in and Wife, 596 per month; Widow S. .
Mississippi River. process of changing: its face and methods of sales. Lcdr. Welborn
Area V-Overseas (includes Ko- here demonstrates the newest type of spinning reel to Captain over 63 years old, $48 per month; New Navy Film
Peck. Widow and one child, 596 per

rea). month; Widow and two children, Washington (AFPS)-A new
, Re-enlistment leave will be
Plan
C New Customer Assistance 5128 per month. 16mm color film entitled "Clergymen -
granted as delay enroute to>> the
station if Retired Ineligible\ in Uniform" is now being
new duty requested by
the individual. I TransformationFor These are the benefits for a per- distributed to all naval district
Complete
son whose only wage credits for
%. Personnel can select a' new headquarters and recruiting sta
Social Security have been in the
occupational field, and if requirements Naval service. tions. The film depicts the many
are met, retraining in a
new field will begin. Exchange At CenterThe Naval personnel who retire, and opportunities for service by the

'the Chaplain both ashore and
3. Personnel re enlisting for draw a pension under Navy Corps

school will receive first consideration Navy Exchange at Naval Air Technical Training Center is retirement system, are not eligi- afloat and explains the training

in both assignment to schools now in the process of complete transformation, it is revealed by Lcdr. ble for Social Security benefits which Navy chaplains undergo.

and courses of instruction in their John Welborn, assistant Navy Exchange officer for the Naval Air unless such eligibility is based on .

present occupational field. Assignment Technical Training Command.

to formal schools is limited Lcdr. Welborn, working in close the Customer Assistance Plan 1 Ten More Join 'Nothing T o'it';

by entrance requirements and conjunction with Comdr. Larry D.
This gives the buyer the opportunity -
existing'quotas.. Wornom, the Navy Exchange officer to personally handle the item / Gallon Club; First Waves JoinHalfGallon

Recruiting officers and CO's of of this area, has had plans
he wishes to purchase. In the
all Marine activities may guarantee drawn for the complete change of past, the salable items were be- Total Now 68 Club

these same options to former the store from color scheme to hind counters or under glass. The With the addition of ten

marines eligible for reenlistmentand counter style. prospective buyer had to stand by more members this week, 68 I Not to be outdone by blood-

reappointment to the rank of j' More Ser'ioe Te Buyer until he could get a sales girl to blood donors can now claim giving brothers-in-arms, three

.sergeant or below Part of the change effected is membership in the HalfGallon HalfGallon
wait on him. Now under the Customer NAS Waves joined the

Assistance Plan, one may Club here.Military Club last week, boosting the

1' pick up and look at any item he and civilian personnel overall total to 63 members.
r who have given at least
desires. Betty Geordiechuk, LISN, of
1'd four pints of blood to the Station' -
If he decides to buy it, he pays Sixth ND Print Shop, was the
Armed Forces Blood Cen-
the cashier. Lcdr. Welborn an- first eligible to join, followed by
ter are eligible to place their
ticipates under this plan all the Jo Ann Windisch, R'M3, of Op-
4 on the Club's roster.
name
merchandise carried in the Navy erations and Jean Bechdolt, SA,
Following are the new Club
Exchange Store will be seen or Barracks MAA.
members:
handled by the prospective buyers. These three Waves are proof
George L. Noble, A03, Public -
This should result in an increased that fear of giving blood is a
Works.
q ts volume of sales for the store. figment of imagination. As Jo
Charles C. Gibson, BM3, Pub-
E d Tried And Successful> lic Works. Ann declares, "It's an honor anda

\ y : : The Customer Assistance Plan Alfred T. Tomerlin, Jr., HN, privilege to give"blood and I

G has been advocated by the Na'yExchange Hospital. expect to continue. Before

;$ Office in New York joining the Navy, Jo Ann gave
H. Hofmelster, Supply, Green
: ; City. This plan has been triedIn Cove Springs three pints of blood In Miami,
her home port, and says she is
other Naval installations, Including -
__ William E. Lee, Overhaul and
the Exchange at the Na- Repair. looking forward to being a member

val Air Station, and in in- of the Gallon Club.
n every Eugene F. Burton, YN3, Fas
Although Betty had never giv-
customers
stance Navy Exchange ron 9.Frank.
en blood before enlisting, she
have been well pleased. It
L. Reed, AD1, Overhaul
agreed with Jo Ann that the
was! stated during the discussionthat and Repair.
Gallon Club Is a goal well worth
there would be no decreasein
Duane C. Rufenacht, SN, Sub.
civilian personnel. It was! em- Group 3, Green Cove Springs. reaching.

phasized, however, that the plan Emma Sazrty, Overhaul and Jean voices' the same opinionand

would definitely give the sales ladies Repair. has two previous pints to
her credit along with her four
be
an added opportunity to
Vernon H. McDonald, QM1,
of more assistance to the custom- NARTU. pints given to the Blood Bank

ers. here.

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_m._." "'______n____nnn__ ____ LA Returns To ActionThe
NOVEL GASKET BOARD-No longer need the personnel of
Fasron 51 spend valuable time searching for gasket numbers heavy cruiser Los Angeles

through thick: catalogues now that the above board, completely has returned to Korean action for
equipped with different size gaskets and numbers has been built.
It first went to
time.
It was devised and set up by Lonnie I'. Richburg, AKC, who the second !
claims the boards have already saved numerous man hours. Korea in June, 1951, soon after it

was activated from the reserve

Over 1,000 Gaskets, Bolts fleet.

.

Unique Gasket Boards Save Many Joint-Service Clothing

Store In IcelandA

Precious Man Hours At Fasron 51A joint-Service clothing store,

tremendous number of man the first of its kind in the Serv-

number. ices, is scheduled to open soon in
1
hours have been saved as a result -
Comprising over 1,000 gasketsand Iceland. The Air Force will op-
of several unique gasket t
with bolts, the boards were madein erate it. The store will be stud-
boards completely equipped
all aircraft gasket sizes and catalog the supply room of Fasron 51 ied closely to determine if it wouldbe k

: numbers devised by Lonnie P. by Bobby L. Roberts, AK2. practical to set up similar T

,.. Richburg, AKC, of Fasron :51. Numerous amount of waste is stores elsewhere for joint-Army- I.

V Richburg c 1 s>l m I personnel In also eliminated by the boards due Navy-Air Force use.

\, need of a particular aircraCt'gasket to the fact that most gaskets are ;. < ______n__
expedite procurement mere- packaged to preserve them from Doctor: "How's the patient this
?" HALF-GALLON MEMBERS-"It's not so bad", says Jean Bech
the boards for drying. With the present set-up, morning
ly by looking on dolt, SA, as she shows Betty Geordiechuk, LISN, (left) and Jo Ann
Nurse "I think he's regaining
the size and number rather than no packages are broken open un- : Windisch, RM3, (right) that she gave a fourth pint of blood at
spend needed time searching less their contents are ascertained consciousness. lie tried to blow the Armed Forces Blood Center here. The three became the

through an order catalog for the beforehand. the foam off his medicine." first Wave members of the Half-Gallon Club.



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page Six SAX .


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I Multiple Duties For Security ;t '.



'A car pulls up to the Main side for a routine inspection. The count of the day's activities here

Gate, the occupants show inspection is over in approximately -; at the air station. It U just a few.
of many details that the overactive
their identification to the sen- 60 seconds .and the car is sent Security department under-

try on duty and he waves i on its way. takes.
them on through.The A plane makes a heels-ui I

next car Is flagged to the I I landing on runway one. The. The 300-man Security depart-
crash-fire and rescue crew is on ment is headed ,by Lt. Col. Paul

the spot. The pilot has handledhis S. Treitel, a veteran of 18 years
Naval service. with his
Along
ship well and the crisis passes
,"-':"': .'. without disaster. duties aj Security officer, Colonel
Trei tel is officer
alto commanding
of the Marine Barracks and Traffic -
behind Build-
SMOKE is sighted
ing 930. Someone calls 333 and Court officer, plus many other

the Structural Fire crew is on the duties,

way. The fire, it turns out, is ina sCAPT. *

1C Dempster Dumpster and is William C.; McEwen Is
.Y squelched without damage to prop- assistant security officer and also

erty.It. serves as the executive officer of
,.. A theft has been reported oran tions has alleviated the problem
is Wednesday afternoon and the Marine Barracks.
a group of men assemble at Ma- The department is responsiblefor accident has occurred, at the I I I somewhat, but until violationshave

rine Barracks. Arms are issued perimeter security of the Sta- scene we find a Marine :Master reached the minimum, efforts

r: and they begin close-order drill. tion. This includes not only the Sergeant or one of a couple of will not be relaxed.-

:'' It is the Naval Emergency Guard three gates but also patroling of civilian investigators. The investigator The station has an envious
: Defense Unit, better known as the all edges of the station boundedby
comes up with the pertinent record of fire prevention. Few
Landing Force Party. both fences and water.
makes
facts of the case and
fires have occurred in
large ever ,
.;; J Since actual wartime conditionsof his report. This is the Claims and
NO, THIS is not a running acF the history of the station. Most
I
security are not in effect the Investigation office, the newest ad-
It. .. department is operatnig with far to the in ac- of this is due to the general
........- .,,.. N-r djtion department,
1'1'
: 4 : fewer personnel than it would if tion. alertness of the fire departmentand

that were the case. However, the S to the. awareness of all

F department is so geared that it SPEED limits aboard the sta- hands of the gerat danger of I
would be possible to swing into
tion are enforced by' the Station fires.
emergency conditions on a mo-
ment's notice.Activities Police, composed of both Naval Although fire prevention week
and civilian personnel. These
comes but once a year the station
of the departmentnever
rules were not thought up just to
seem to cease. It is morn- give the police something to do, fire department treats every

ing and the rush is on to get to they are to safeguard all person- week as fire prevention week. i

work. Things could get hopelessly nel from unnecessary injury Justly proud of their fine record -
snarled at the gates becauseof
When one breaks the traffic firemen are anxious to keepit
cars trying to make left hand
rules he is given a summons to free from the smudge of a
turns across Roosevelt against ;
appear in Traffic Court at the costly fire.Helping .
traffic. But, again one of Security' -
next session. Sessions are held to keep the Security
divisions swings into action
twice weekly on Monday and department the smooth running
and a station policeman keeps I
Thursday mornings. The num- organization that it is, are Capt.
traffic moving.
ber of cases heard at each session S. E. Piercy, Guard and Brig Officer -
vary considerably but each is ; M/Sgt. Charlie F. Martin,
SUPPOSE that Seaman' Char- weighed carefully and the penalty i Commander of the Guard; S/Sgt.
lie Noble gets marri d. His wife is not much for .
given so pun- Walter W. Davis, Brig Warden;
then becomes a dependent and is ishment as for a reminder not to Brazil Beason AMC, Chief of Po-

eligible for a pass to the station. do it the next time. lice; Donald Moran, StructuralFire
All she has to do is to take a *
Chief; William Melly, ADC,
chit and report to the Yard Of-
MANY of the duties of Security Crash-Fire and Rescue Chief; andJ.
fice where she has her
picture
,
department- are never noticed by H. Phillips, AMC, Pass ana
taken and is presented; with a Identification Chief..J't .
the majority of station personnel.But .
general gate pass. like all Navy units, the de- .. 1

partment is in full swing twenty- ,
1. Keeping steady flow of traffic I I four hours a day.
during rush hours is just one
Most of the work
of many details of Station of the de-

I Police part of the Security I partment is of confidential na-
/J department ture and come to the attentionof
I only a few people.

Perhaps one of the major tasks
Yard office crew member
2. i
confronting the department todayis
snaps picture for ID card. I the traffic situation aboardthe

station. Jacksonville's record

:::. Men of Fire Station No. 1 answer I for traffic safety has been a

a call. The structural fire challenge]] and extensive effortsare

crew is an integral divisionof I being put forth to lower

Security department. 4Y. 1 traffic violations and accidents.

( Some months ago a new codeof 7
4. Here's the staff of Security penalties for traffic violations *

f department, men who make it was put into effect Wide S
a smooth, efficient organization. publicity given the code and the 7

Front row (left to right), stringent enforcement of regula L-', ... --- ,j
1 Martin 4 JY :r'b .. ... .
M Sgt. Charles ; Capt. < a i s" p.- -- ------ ww. e r -
William McEwen; Lt. Col.
'
Paul Trietel, Security officer;
.
Capt. S. E. Piercy; ; ;

r William Stinnett. M/sgt.1 .. tr ,J "J; '

i I Marvin: Green; Brazil '#' .
J AMC; Fire Chief Don Moran; I ,
00JI0'"
I
AMC Frank I ,JA ,
J. II. Phillips, ; '
Rivers, ABC and J. H. Lee. I ....\t
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y '.i
I 5.) A Marine sentry" at Corporalof I. 'MI. L..;.,
Guard shack checks visi- L I
[ 1 I
tor's identification before admittance >

to the station. ., h. '

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r .r ,

i 6. Station investigators S. H.
Blake and M/Sgt. William 7 "

Stinnett check a piece of evidence S
for fingerprints. This )yp i44 r' 49C

duo, along with Marvin Green

make up the Claims and Investigation -
staff of Security

department. *


7 Patroling perimeter of the 5 :' r __

1 station, plus posting of guards P-

l at the gates, keeps the Patrol &-J
.. ....
trucks rolling every day.

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Fasron Six Reports .. 'v\: t.: 'L',. ;''''; Navy Units t To ParticipateIn



"11' SCOUTINGSQUADRONS ..

Armistice Day ParadeNavy

', : (.:
,,'. ,
f ,,: Faftron and Marine personnel from this area will participate in ;

;: ; Six the Armistice Day celebration in Jacksonville next Tuesday, to be

I( ,N" '" ,. Fasron Six's "Banshees" gained highlighted by the annual parade through the downtown district '

( : undisputed possession of a second The well-known Navy Band ,
i t rine Aviation Detachment and "
y4
t' .' '' 'pace] in the intramural football 1 I and floats will represent the two 100-man companies of sailors,

,1 ; J, league last Thursday by defeating Navy in the celebration, which one from the Airman 'Preparatory -

Supply] 53-13.)' Outstanding carries the theme of "A Day ofPeace" School and one composed of

f {r"" blocking and passing throughout I based on the original .students from the AE and AO "

'' j Schools. i
:
Armistice.
1t. the entire game accounted for the
; The Naval Air Station and
NAS Infirmary will provide a
: one-sided score. '
It NATTCenter will provide a
blood float while another float is E
y ..M '' While the Fasronltes held a marching unit of Waves. {

plight lead of 20-13 at the half, being designed and constructedby .

3 j' they lengthened the margin In the SAVES PIANE-For saving an F4U fighter plane from going the Overhaul and Repair de- Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison -
: the side of the USS Joe AN of partment. NARTU will also be
second to rack up 33 points and over Wasp Young VF-14 receives Commander of Fleet Air
'0, a commendation from his. skipper Lcdr. John Kennedy at ceremonies represented by a float. Jacksonville will be the senior
i kept Supply scoreless. held at Cecil Field. .
reviewing officer. With him will
*
'Unhesitating Action'QuickThinking Korean veterans from the Na- be the senior officer from Jax

Although Chuck Hontz and Pete val Hospital will ride in the pa- Navy commands, Cecil Field,

Giovanni took high scoring honors rade. NATTCenter will provide Green Cove Springs the Coast
VF-14
Man Cited
"j of 20 and 13 points respectively] marching units, including a company Guard, Florida Military; District

'f of Marines from the Ma- and all .
; difficult determine reserve components.A
it was to individual
For Saving Corsair Aboard WaspFor short in
patriotic program
?; ( stars due to stellar play of
Army Base Scene
-
-
Hemming Park will follow the
all players. preventing an F4U Corsair
three-inch gun position into which Of Medic Movie 'I I parade.
going over the side of the USS
Once more the welcome mat is the plane would have fallen.
Although there'will be no cere-
Wasp, Joe Young, AN, of VF-14 Camp rickett, Va went Holly
dusted off as five new SA's recently monies aboard the station; Tues-
wood when
I recently representative -
;" reported for duty from was awarded a commendation by Awarding to the commendation, of MOM studios' visited th's! day will be oserved as a legal

,.J i4: Bainbridge Just in are Edgar his commanding officer Lcdr. "Young's immediate action prevented post to study the area. The visit holiday. Civilian and military

I l W Pyle Arthur E. Pearce, Roy John C. Kennedy; at NAS Cecil the aircraft from .rolling U in connection with a forthcoming personnel, with exception of
from the flight deck; an accident duty sections and maintenance
Field.] about mobile
s A. 7ernigan, Richard O. Rowe and picture Army
which might have caused loss of general ....workers will have the day off.
:( ] F. During re-spotting of VF14'splanes surgical hospitals scenesof
Donald Long.Continuing
.
,
an aircraft damage to the shipas
which be hot at Camp
may
t ;C careers in the Navy after a gunnery flight well as death or serious injuryto Picket t.

'i i k,. are William F. Norman A'DC, who while at sea aboard the Wasp, personnel." DEAD NOSEY RED

shipped over last week for four one of the F4U's started rolling It went on, "For his quick thinking I New Artillery SchoolA
Korea (AFPS) The Communist
,t. and Melvin P. Burt, AK1, who. recently toward the starboard edge of the disregard for personal] safety,
hU hoodabo.t
sniper poked
took the oath for and action newfield artillery specialist
1 six. deck unhesitating during the
flight as a result of a hard a trench.Pit. .
school has been set at Ft. Hood
up
which
emergency, is in keepingwith
turn ,.to port. Tex: The school patterned after John C. Keith of Redwood ]
LeaIng the Squadron to begina the highest traditions of the
,. naval the Field Artillery\ School at Ft. City, Calif., banged away.
new tour of duty are :Max J. service Young is herewith
Young, who was de-arming the commended." Sill OKIa., will operate on a half- Down went the head
Elliott, AEC, and Nelson B. Rapp,
day schedule! allowing personnelto A second time the sniper
:, ADI. Elliott will check in with starboard wing guns saw the I '
attend the school and still poked his head and again

continue up
VC-4 NAS Atlantic City ]N. J., plane rolling, and jumped into the TV's 'Victory At Sea' I
other type of training at I'vt. Keith fired. The head d's-' 1
I while Rapp will go to Fasron 103 cockpit in order to apply the
Acclaimed By CriticsNew Ft. Howl. appeared, only to reappear In a
NAS Patuxent River Maryland.John
brakes. The gull-wing fighterwas few seconds.

D. Woods, AM2, and wife just Inches short of the flight "York (AFPS) -- "Victoryat Thin I time the Communistfctootl

... to the arrivalof Sea, the film history of sea
are proud announce deck ramp when it stopped move To Boost 1,700 up and wa\ed. I',t. Keith
power during WWII now being
Deborah Lee
who was, born
fired a third time and the Red
Oct. 29 at the Naval Hospital. Deborah I ing. Immediately] below it was a presented over the National First Class PO'sTo rumpled to the ground."I .

weighed 6 lbs., 9 ozs. Broadcasting Company's televis- wonder," he PIUMH!, "If he
ion network, has received consid- Acting CPO
f. New Marine HousingCamp knew he was waving goodbye?"
erable acclaim in its initial showings .
Washington (AFPS)--Approximately
A Gas-ly Custom; Lejuene, N. C. (AFPS) 1.700 first class petty officers -

-Work has been started hereon Nation-wide press notices praisethe will be boosted to acting Little Ideas Count

UsingOxygenForWater a 1,054-unit housing project for documentary which is scheduled CPO in December, the Navy an-

Lejeune personnel. The 300-acre ] for a 26-week series. The
nounces. Same As Ones
Sport project will be a twin to the already I New York Daily News termed the The 1,700 Int"n11\ be a partof Big ; ,

late completed Tarawa Terrace film ". the biggest motion
bit
While it may be a
Cl'O
the 2.800 who passed the
In the season to issue a warning dwellings and will be designated'I picture project ever attempted for exam held last January, but Both Pay Off ;
Tarawa Terrace II. I television."
on the "gas-ly"] custom of
who were not promoted becauseof When speaking of the Beneficial f
using compressed aviation oxy
budgetary and pay grade limitations -
gen with underwater fishing Suggestions program eitherto 1..
Reservists Granted Age Waivers individuals or groups, the question :
equipment it may still be in I'
I The new advancements will be frequently asked is, 'What
.. time to save some devotee of
this sport from serious or even To Rejoin Organized Units made strictly according to multiple ]- types of suggestions are desired t
standing, the Navy said. Both "
fatal Injury. Washington (AFPSNaval by the Navy Dept.? Simplest 1
ment is requested. regular and reserve personnel are answer to this question would] be l
DON'T, repeat DON'T use Reserve enlisted personnel will
\ 4. Must offer benficial serv- on the Jist.Remaining. all types of suggestions to im- ,
t'i; ; aviation oxygen with underwater be granted age waivers in or-
fishing equipment! der to rejoin organized units ices to the unit to which as- men who passed the prove production and lower costs ,

.'oj after'completing tour of sigpment is requested. examination but are not in the of operation. "Little ideas" as
;i ': It'9 dangerous! a active -
duty, the Navy announces. 5. Assignment must be rec- December promotion group will well as "big ideas" which may a

Aviation oxygen is approxl- Many enlisted men recalledto ommended by the commanding have to compete for the rate againin lead to:

.. mately 1 100% pure, and the active duty from organized officer of the unit concerned. February. "Impro\Ing", service to Fleet]

I \.Z) presence of even minute quan- reserve units are finding them- quality of product methods, pro-

tities of grease or oil, even in selves too old to qualify for reassignment ceedures, tools and machines, pro-

in these units tection of property, safety work-
.: water, can cause a violent] ex- upon

i,'j< rA plosion. You can come up not release from active duty. The ing conditions employee] morale;

: :?*, to air, but to a sheet of yellowy new instructions will allow "Sai'Ing", manpower money,

flame, and end up In the hospital them to resume their former material, time space;
status under certain
4 IF you are lucky. reserve "Eliminating", unnecessary
conditions.Five.
i.. work duplication breakage,

M r Also many think that they RequirementsThe waste fire, health, accident haz-

,' can work better or longer with following requirementsmust a hards;
be met in order to obtainan
: oxygen they cannot. The waiver. f r "Dei Islng", new tools, new
body has no use for excess oxy'I' age
methods new processes new machines -
1. Must have been attachedto
'. gen; In fact, It you go too deep new applications of old
associated with organi- a
a
J ;f it may even be harmful. All or t. t ideas; and"Combining"
zed reserve unit or have beena sLOG
: r :? you get from using aviation operations
( > member of a volunteer re- pro-
J ''." oxygen is a dry throat and a serve drilling unit at the time r l cedures, materials] records, meth-
chance to try for a court martial ods and reports are particularly]
active
of recall to duty
1jkc
]. The equipment was de-
2. Must have served a normal welcome and will receive careful

signed to operate using corn- tour of continuous active duty Investigation Into their local ap-

) ,IP "' 1 pressed air, which gives you and not released for reasons plication and Navy-wide useful-

:: f more than enough oxygen under ._ ..._
_
other than completion of the ;>> "-.i,
"' ness.After
:
; .' water,
obligated period of service or MANY HOURS-A total of 3,500 accident-free flight looking over the typeof
The moral: Don't Use Aviation expiration of enlistment. .., hours and over 600 carrier landings have been recorded by these suggestions needed why not SABI

Oxygen For Underwater Corsair fighter pilots of Fighter Squadron 14. They are (left to WODI
A
3. Must hold a rating and pay "Suggest Better Way:;
Fishing. The Life You Save ... right), Lt. (jg) John Wachtel, Lt. John Riddick and Lt. Herb "
Will Be Your Own. grade for which a vacancy ex- Landress, who have just returned from a tour of duty aboard the Of Doing It? .
ists in the unit to which assign USS Wasp in the Mediterranean. Do it today
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Volleyball PlaySecond


round play in the NAT

TCenter Intramural volleyball loop

F WM officially underway yester-

day and teams that have not -

picked up schedules may do, so

by going to the Physical Training

With John Charvat office, Building 513.

ANP) Ships Company collected -
Opinions varied players and coaches of the
were among week
two victories last at the
Jax Navy varsity Monday when quizzed of the Fliers' loss
expense of the Marines and A/C
r to the Marine Corps Air Station in Miami last weekend.
Maintenance to remain unbeaten
Scanning the play-by-play account made available to this through first round play. AO
office had read few lines before the of
we only a name has
Ships Company dropped only

Lafayette Roberts began to standout like a suit of whites at __,, ..,,'w, M ..-.,.-',_w_ 'W"'_ ''''''''__,_,,,,,'___..._ ._. ....... one meeting while I racking up
a dress blue inspection.All wins.
I AROUND END Bill Koittrell ANP skirts left eight
( ) Schooler,
the 6-2, 195-pound Philadelphia colored lad did was end in a recent skirmish between Students and AE School. The Standings:

author three touchdown passes and run for a fourth in the Electricians won the NATTCenter intramural touch football fracas Tam W. J..
Fliers. That's for the and with it the Center title. ANP( ) battles NARTU this afternoonon ANP( ) Ships Co. .. ... ...... 8 1
Marines 26-13 conquest of the par AO Ships Co. . ............ 8 1
Varsity Field in the first game of a playoff series for the all- AE School .. ... ............ 6 :I
course.Roberts station crown. Hand Tools ... ............... 5 :I
was nothing short of sensational. But just how A/C Malnt ..... .. ........... 5 3
Marine . .... ............ 3 6
sensational is another question. To find the answer we pal- S. .-1I1t. Lt .. .. .......... 2 6
AE School Nartu Battle ANP( ) School .. ........ .. I II
avered with Coach Dave Barksdale: and four of his main- AK School . .. .. .. ..... 0 fI
stays. Here's what they had to say about Roberts and the Medical . . .. .. .. 0 i


game Don in general.Meyerchick, defense: "He was fast alright, and For Station Grid CrownThe Fall Cup Links

shifty too. But I don't think he was the difference. That

big end, No. 75 (Mackey who caught three touchdown passes Jax Intramural Touch Football Play Moves Into
Navy Championship hangsin
and was instrumental in the fourth) was the guy that hurt
the balance this week-end NARTU Mainside victor and AE
as ,
us. He could go get the ball in any direction and when he
School, the bellweather at NATTCenter, clash on varsity field this Semi-Final SetFall
got it he was hard to stop.
afternon at 1630 in the first game of a best of three series.
*
Tomorrow the same teams will Cup competition at the
Tom O'Donnell, defense: "We hit that guy with all we trade offensive thrusts and if a off is expected to be run in smooth NAS links advanced to the semi
had and he still going. I know I hit Roberts thana fashion.
kept more
third game is needed it will be final round this week with the losers
half dozen times and all I did was bounce off. He could -...--
staged :Monday. Rain or shine, of all first round matches having
throw with of and had receivers who
plenty accuracy were each game will come off as sched until Sunday to open play in

fast. uled. Warmin'The the consolation bracket.

Bob DiPasquali, defense: "We should have won the Remain Unbeaten Favored Erwin Scott defeated

game. When we didn't score after reaching the one it broke I The Student Electricians will be BenchLike Lou Schaff, 2-up, in the 1st flight.

our backs: Roberts: was fast and ran hard but he could be out to avenge a 33-7 loss to Hospital Other winners in the same bracket

stopped. I don't think he was the difference, it was just that in last year's station play- M I MM were Bob Wallace, 3 and 2

we didn't have the right combination when we needed it. off. Undefeated in Center com the mighty Casey at bat, over Dave Moody; Judd Pearsonover

We'll win this one Saturday." petition through nine games, the Billy Graham has struck out. Pete Gardner, 1-up, and Tony

Coach Barksdale: "They had a good club alright. It was ABers own a crisp aerial game lalzzi over Earl Brooks 4 and 3.
His of experience and files
just another one of those "we could have won but didn't" that is dangerous on every play. years Second flight engagements saw

games. There were some good runners out there but I don't NARTU clinched the Mainside of laudatory sports columns did Lester Pratt defeat Bill Hopkins,

think you could point to one individual who made the dif flag last week with an impressive him no good in his second attempt 1-up in 22 holes; John Hughes

ference. Roberts was fast and threw well, yet what about drubbing of VP-741 and thus early in October to wrest edge Dr. Fuhring, 1-up; and Lou

that end, Mackey? lIe was good too." climaxed a 10-game slate without the welterweight title from Cooley best Tony Truso, 1-up in

Harry Stuldreher, quarterback : "Roberts was plenty defeat. Fasron Six, Supply and Cuba's Kid Gavilan. Mr. Graham, 20 holes.

good. He could hurt you running and passing and he had Fasron 109 made it a nip-and-tuck so it seems, laid an ink-stained Chief O'Hearn downed E. L.

some smart receivers. I definitely think he was the differ- race all season but didn't possess bomb. No more do the sports- Fish, 3 and 2, to advance to the

ence, but I've seen harder runners when we met Parris Is- I I. the scoring machinery when facing writers beat their chests with finals of the third flight with Casey

land. However, it's hard to compare talent of the two teams. the Reservists. righteous indignation and referto Maze, who was a 4 and 3 victor

It's like matching a professional team with a sandlot team Rules Announced him as the "uncrowned welter- over Bill Mauldin.In .

:when you look at PI and the Miami Marines." If the first game of the playoff weight champion of the world." fourth flight competition C.

results in a deadlock, the winnerof After 11 years of campaigning, C. Francom defeated Bill Camp..
bell, 4. and 3; Chief Coleman
Who'll win the big touch football playoff that opens the second game will be declared Graham remains like the prover-
downed V. L. Brown, 3 and 1, and
this afternon on Varsity Field, AE School or NARTU? About the champ. However, should bial old maid-always a challen
Bill Clampet was a 3 and 2 winner
the best guess we can forward is that the club winning the the second game end in a tie a. ger but never. a.champion (
P.
over W. Bartels. ,
toss to decide the rules for a third game, if needed, will also third and deciding match will be i ..
Alice Hopkins defeated Helen
The bout in the
Cuba. was'
.win the title. held. In the event of a tie the .
Schull, 1-up in 19 holes, to take
fourth Graham
AE School has been in competition all season under last game the title will be given I meeting between .
the women's first flight cham
strict touch rules, two hands between the knees and shoul- on an advantage held in penetra and Gavilan. Irish Billy

ders, while at Mainside the Reservists; battled under the tions, first downs and total yard. won the first one, but droppedthe pionship, while Nadine May
romped past Iva Hansen, 5 and 4
second. The third was held ,
flag regulations (a 13 inch strip of cloth hanging from each
for the second title.
man's back, which when pulled signifies a tackle). age.Alterations in the rules have last year, with Gavilan firmly flight _
established official world
the
Should be an interesting playoff to watch. It's only a been made for the playoff due to as crowned" welter champ in recent
champion. Graham said he
short limb we'd have to go on to pick AE in the first, NARTU conflicting consistencies in the won years. Sugar Ray Robinson held
this and the
fight
in the second and the winner of the flip in the third. The NAS and NATTCenter operational sportswriters this title for a long time but it
with him. The
burden of the entire playoff is on the shoulders of the man plans. All the wrinkles were agreed only ones was a little different with him.
not in the
who calls the coin. At least that's how it looks on paper. ironed out in a meeting of league harmony were fight The title was in cold storage
officials and Gavilan. It
was a
directors last Friday and the play. during the war and the subsequent
close decision
end the sports-
This is the week Oklahoma fans have been pointing to, writers greeted it as the greatest champion, Marty Servo,

South Bend, Ind. and the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. We AE Schoolers thing since limburger. Viewed Robinson as an occupational .

like the Sooners, but good, in this one. It should be a whale Graham was the second "un- hazard he was happy 1Ir.--J:

of a scoring battle but the vaunted Big Red machine will avoid. Servo finally retired.

out-touchdown the Irish. Top Center *

As the football season nears the wire we give you Geor- Slate/ Intramural Graham, during the "uncrowned"

gid Tech over Army; Princeton beer Harvard; Duke over Ten Pinners Boxing TournamentDeadline period of his life, did not

Navy; Pittsburgh over Ohio State; Michigan State over In- for entries in JaxNavy's : spend the fretful waiting periodby

diana; Purdue over Minnesota; Kansas over Nebraska; Wis- intramural tour. taking on other challengersto
Counting a pair of wins last boxing
consin over Northwestern Tulane over Kentucky Texas the title, as Robinson had'
; ;
nament with winners
week, AE School remained well in landing a
over Baylor; Texas A&M over SMU, and Southern Californiaover done. He wanted Gavilan or no.
front in the NATTCenter Intra possible berth on the local Golden
Stanford. body in the welter class, and his
mural Bowling League as they Gloves squad, has been set
tuneup bouts with aspiring mid-
topped the keglers of Special I at Nov. 25 by ring directors at
FOLLOWING THE FLIERS. Plaudits from this corner Services-1st. Lieutenant and the Naval Air Station. dleweights did nothing for his

to Cpl. Bobby Holmes, chattel of MAD publicity, for his cov- Maintenance by decisive margins.A/C Open to all weight divisions, prestige. He drew with another

erage of the MCAS tussle in Miami last Saturday ..Stayingon ANP) Students gained consid- the tourney will be held Dec. I good-box, no-hit man, Rocky
the safe side OG's prediction of the week is, Florida to 13. AH interested Castellani!, and lost a close decision
erable ground with two victoriesand fighters
remain unbeaten another week. to Joey Giradello. But he
through Quotable quips: please contact Services
moved into a third place tie Special
"That's that bum spaghetti we had for lunch," Sammy with AO Ships Company while Malnstde, extension 593, or finally got that second shot at the

Williams, Jax Navy's 117 pounder told Coach Al Mueller as Supply maintained a narrowed NATTCenter Special Services, welter title and, though it was
he picked himself from the mat at Saufley Field last week extension 698. a dud as a fight, Graham laid
edge on second place.
week following a 58 second KO. Mueller later said he was Standings: .A one-pound leeway' will be the biggest bomb of his carer.A t

looking for a return match with the Pensacola aggregationthat Tram W. II'tn.. given in the following weight There was no doubt this time::.;

brought together the best in the area. If the cream of AK School .. ... .....,. 24 3 33 classes: Bantam 118 no split, debatable decision.
Supply IS 6 24 ; Fly, 128;
the crop from Cecil, Green Cove, Jax and Mayport was as- AN(!>) School '::::::::: 17 10 23 Light, 135; Welter, 147; Sr.

sembled it would be a tough nut for any boxing squad to ANP AO Ship) Ships I Co'Co.:':::::: 17 IS 11 10 23 22 Welter, 155; Middle, 160; Light- More Sports
be blanks for the All Personnel ..1.6 11 21
crack. Might forthcoming Entry Marine ............... 16 8 20 heavy, 170, and Heavyweight, .
South AAU Open and Georgia State Weight Lifting Championships AK School\ ............. 12 15 18 175: and
S.S1st. Lt. ............ 11 16 It over. On Page 10
can be procured at the Jax Air News office. A/C Malnt. ........... 9 18 12


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Varsity Cagers 9 nag t
S Fliers Seek Victory


Holding DailyScrimmage



Drills At Wnycross SaturdayMemorial



Jax Navy's cage squad contin- Stadium, Waycross Georgia, will be the set '
ued to work
at a rapid pace ting Saturday night for a clash between the Jar Navy Fliers ,
.. through the past week with In-
.
., tensive scrimmages held dailyin and South Georgia Junior College in a benefit game for the

city's Midget Athletic Association. i
the Mainside
gym. CoachFrank -
McCaffrey reports the All proceeds from the game will will throw their offense machine .w I

Fliers are rounding into 'shape go for' the purchase of equipment into high gear against the collegians .

but still need a' lot of work. to outfit the numerous little who have battled even with ''

leagues for the youngsters of freshmen teams of some of the
'It's still too early to name a

starting five," 'the Navy mentor Waycross. top flight southern schools.
is 2000 and
Kick off time a
stated, "and I'm still waiting to Special Arrangements p
large crowd is expected to cram
divide the into A special section has been reserved -
group e varsity
the 10,000-seat stadium which has
for all servicemen ahd
and
junior varsity. When I've
been the site for many top grid
had a little more time to view ___ __ .. there will be no admission chargeat
uum nm.
MM '''''''''' the
engagements over past years. the gate. Buses leave the Naval
the I'll cut again and work
crop BASKETBALL RETURNEES-Only three members of last Saturday night will be no excep- Air Station at 1700 for Waycrossand

with the two squads. year's cage varsity are on hand this year to help coach Frank tion. The Fliers, victory hungry will return after

Personnel from any unit on the McCaffrey (right), as he prepares his charges for the ragged '52 after dropping a 26-13 thriller to Immediately
station still welcome 53 schedule. The trio. (left to right), includes Bob Grabaz, Ward the game.If .
are to attend -
MCAS of Miami last week-end
Weisel and Bob Reinhardt.Leathernecks you haven't already made.
practice sessions. "There'sa
reservations for space on a bus do
spot for any good man "
,
Top I so immediately by contacting your
Coach McCaffrey added.
JON-AIR news,. unit welfare and recreation offi
:
e Whitehats In cer. All requests will then be han

1s.PORT11uiz1 dled by the Special Services office,


Ring Squ'abbleScoring ot$ extension Fliers 593.Victory Hungry .

Tutored by Johnny Griffith and

O TKO's in two classes', Keith Tinsley, both University of

(ly Armad Forces Frcti Service) Marines of NATTCenter defeated Georgia grid grads, the Georgians

QUESTIONS their White Hat adversaries, 5-3, feature the running of Johnny LIp.
sey, little all-American choice in
Maurice Richard, the, modern in a smoker at the outdoor arena
the past, and the throwing of
goal-scoring ace in hockey, last week. Miami Marines Hand Fliers quarterback Waldo Cox.

this topped a 285-goal total.
year Leatherneck John Volz, Bronx, Operating from a tlght-T with
Who is the only other player to
N. Y., won a decision over French- spread variations to utilize its
.... have scored more than 285:' goalsin
26-13 Setback For 4th LossMiami passing supremacy, South Georgia
professional hockey? ie Payeur, Portland, Me. at 130 J.C. held the Miami frosh to a

2-True or False? When ball pounds to even the match, after one-touchdown victory earlier in

four hits the batter, he is credited the Sailors had taken the opener Marine Corps Air Station Barracudas devouredthe the season and although over-

with a base on balls. with Babe Howard, High Point, N. Jax Navy Fliers last Saturday in the Miami pool, 26-13, matched against other foes have

3-In race track parlance, whatis C., gaining the nod over Ventura for their fourth victory of the dying grid season and at the found the scoring gates open more

a "swipe" ? same time chalked up loss number four for the twice win- than once.
Malonade, Puerto Rico.
4-Is a shoulder block appliedto ning Navy aggregation. Jax Navy Is In top condition

a player's back' considered clip- Fopp Pops Horoin Lafayette Roberts, jack rabbit Roberts Stars physically and will go all out to

Johnnie Popp, Detroit, Mich., colored back from Philadelphia,
ping? The game was only two plays enter the win column for the third

Philadelphia's) Municipal Stadium TKOed Sailor Lou Horwin, Bronx,, Pa., tossed for three touchdowns old when Roberts wiled the Navy time this season. The Fliers have

holds more than 102,000 and ran for a fourth as the Ma- dropped four of six frays thus far.
N. Y., at 1:06: of the second roundof defense with an attempted run,
spectators. So does Chicago's rines erupted for two'second-hal .
a 135-pound melee. Charles only to drop back and send a
Soldier Field. Which is the larger markers to overcome a 13.12 intermission .
twisting to the SERVICE SPORTS
pass Mackey on
Mansur, New Orleans, La., waited deficit.
? midfield The Uni-
stripe. Wayne
ANSWERS until 49 seconds of the second I After trailing 12-0 at the com versity grad sprinted the remain ROUNDUPNew

1-Nels Stewart with 314. Rich chapter to TKO the Sailor's 160- pletion of the first chapter, Jax ing distance to the end zone York (AFPS-With) the

ard scored 294. pounder Harry Levy, Queens- Navy exploded its big guns for two to register a 65-yard touchdown 1952 gridiron season better than

2-False. lIe is listed in the ville, N. Y. touchdowns and added an extra journey. '
halfway through its schedule
boxscore as a hit batsman. Eddie Smith, Memphis, Tenn., point off the toe of Bob Batsonto ,
After both sides failed to threaten Service football teams now head
3-A ","swipe" the groom. He Marine 145-pounder won a split gain a short-lived margin of
the Barracudas took charge on down the road toward the mythical -
tends the horses. decision from Don Stevens, Plainfield 1312.
their own 34. Roberts to Mackeywas All-Service Team selection.
4-Yes. The rules I designate N. J., and Randy Oldes, Victory Through The Air
incomplete on first down but The brand of play exhibited by
blocking, running or diving into Washington, D. C. made it two in Prior to the Miami fray the Fliers the
Philadelphia wizard waltzed Service teams this season has been
the back, or throwing or drop a row by taking a 155-pound:' split had displayed a near Impreg- through the Fliers' front seven for superior to that of recent seasons
decision from Harry Jones, Had- nable defense but Roberts
ping the body across the back of pass
48 yards the next and
on play due to the large number of former
danfield, N. J.Griggs. found the that unlocked the
a player's legs as clipping if he key
paved the way for the second Marine professional and college stars now
is not carrying the ball. Boat Welch upstairs door and quickly i I sent touchdown.
In Army-Navy-Air Force and Marine
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5-Municipal Stadium i holds Navy picked up the last two three shots through the gap to i'
John Mercer all-conference at lineups.
,
102,211. Soldier's Field holds 102- bouts to narrow the final margin. Don 'M a c key that resulted in
Northwestern in 1948 knifed the Against college
competition
,
112. Lord Byron Griggs, Pittsburgh, touchdowns.To .
middle for two and Service teams have held their
Penna., decisioned Bob Welch, Chicago cap matters, Roberts cli- a five-yard
offside set own, defeating Syracuse Day-
Barksdale AFB, La. Mack Ill., at 165:' pounds and heavy- maxed a sustained drive of 65 penalty against Navy ,
the ball on the 10. Jiggs Arents ton, Xavier, Fordham, and Ca-
Rinehart, hustling catcher for the weight Mike Sileo, Newark, N J., yards by plunging over the right ,
carried around end for and atwba.
Base Bombers, has been awarded decisioned Freddie Flippin, Rice, side for the final counter in the a yard
Roberts to Mackey in the end zone According to Williamson's grid
the Most Valuable Player Trophy Va. fourth quarter On the same series -
made it 12-0. rating system the top 10'Service
cf the California Semi-Pro Base Referee was R. L. Perkins end Johnny Ford had taken: a 35-
squads are: Carswell AFB, San
ball Tournament. ring announcer was Thomas Long. yard aerial from Roberts to the The first quarter ended with
Diego NTRC, Ft. Eustis, Bolling
Rinehart played in the tournament Dell Webb was the timer and pay station, only to have it nullified Navy in possession on the homeslanders' '"
AFB Parr Is Island
Quantico
with the Atwater Mercan- judges were Art Meyerson, Ernie by a clipping penalty on the 39. George Kinner tried

i tiles while he was on leave. Huggett and John Alley. 23. the center as the second period Camp Lejeune, Ft. Jackson, In-
diantown Gap, and the San Diego
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opened, losing a yard, before Harry -

!.1' GF: l aiAi.. I E'tll2klt't ltl1 Stuldreher sent a desperationheave Marine Recruit* Depot.* .
goalward that was takenin
w Worcester, Mass. ( AFPS ) -
by Harry Yeargin on the 10

and he went over for the marker. When the high-riding Quantico

4 Marines meet the Holy Cross Crusaders -
Spang TalliesAs
here Nov. 16, there will be
the first half drew to a close
\ five Crusaders in the Leatherneck's -
6
the: locals stopped a drive by the
lineup. They are: Bill De-
Marines on the Navy 28 that had
\ Chard, defensive captain in 1950;
? carried 63 yards. Darrell Spang,
s t s ) John Cullity, defensive captain in
the Bloomington Bullet, gave the
1951; Dick Murphy, George Foley,
sparse gathering an Impressive and John Feltch.
demonstration of power runningat

that point, churning JS2 yardsto tra point.

the cross stripes to give the The Fliers'had a chance to even

Fliers their only lead of the game. matters shortly thereafter when

Navy stopped the Barracudas at they lugged to the 1, but a quarterback -

the two early in the third heat but sneak by Stuldreher and

Don Meyerchick's punt carried an attempted pass to Yea r gin

e only 33 yards and the Marines op- availed naught. The latter play

ened another pay dirt bid. Mer- was an interception, returned 44

cer quickly skirted end to the 10 yards.
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and got another five on a pitch- MCAS invaded the Navy soil for

LETTER WINNERS-Only a few remaining members of Jax Navy's baseball club which out to the right side. the last time midway in the fourth "

swept to victory in the City League were on hand for awarding of letter Jackets. Front row are Roberts to Mackey in the end quarter, Roberts culminated the
(left to right), Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue, NAS Special Services officer, who made the presentation '
and coach Frank McCaf Back zone gave the Marines a 19-13 5-yard: blast with his line plUnge
; Phil Righter, Tom Ulyon, John )McCaffrey rey row, Jim Cough- I'
Iln, Bill Schuckers, John Scarola and Gene Clifford. lead as Little added his first ex- from the two and it was all over '"


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Columbus Ohio-Service swimming

champions continued their

domination of national titles in the (I, Armed Forcci Fr... S.r k.) .
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national Amateur Athletic Union rants Pleaser I

{ tower diving competition here. Q ,
Censorship in Hollywood has its ;
Jack Calhoun, USN, Milton.Davis comic side. The people who keep .

USN, Winston Allen, USAF, the flickers on the straight and "

and Dave Enochs, USAF, took five narrow path recently reviewed ,:

of the first seven places in, the "Thunder Bay"in which Joanne! :.
Dru plays a
sexy
three-day meet. r role of a Creole
.
girl on a shrimp
NAAS, Klngsville, Tex. No
boat The censors
other Naval boast
activity can tpok a peekat .1
this station's most novel athletic .
the blue jeans
unit a women's weightlifting
y Hiss Dru
team. VT wearing was and ,

Nine WAVES and two daughters blushed.II T 00 .
!+ of personnel stationed here -
-- tight, they said.
make up the squad. Coached by I "Especially 1 n
Lowell Frick, YNT1, for more than r LUCKY OLD GOAT-Jaxon, the mascot of the lax Navy Fliers grid team, receives plenty ::1
of attention from this pretty quartet of cheer leaders who adorn the west side line of every home the-er-derriere.
20 years an active weightlifter, game. Left to right, are, Marjorie Olson, Nellie Owens Kitty Dittmar and Ann Joiner. The girls 'Tve worn tighter
the ladies have managed to equal will be on hand Saturday, NOT. 15, wjien the Fliers stage their last home tussle against NAS Nor- ones before,"

the record of the Kingsvllle men's folk. Miss Dru proJoanne Dna C'. .

team also coached by Frick. Both tested. "In some westerns I wore ...

I are undefated in competition this Leather Pushers Suffer Fields Places In Jeans that looked like ballet)

year. Cross-Country Run Lights. The censors thought it
.
I over. "You were a lady in those

Indiantown Gap, Pa. (AFPS- Gene Fields, Jax Navy's top films," they said. "This is a sexier
The Indiantown Red Devils, one First Loss at PensacolaA contender for cross- country role. We have to be subtle

of the Service's outstanding basketball laurels, opened the 1952.53) season about it." The next daya cryptic

teams, will have plenty of combined outfit of ringsters from the Pensacola area handed on a bright note, finishing note was sent to the wardrobe de- i

practice before their regular sea- Jax Navy its first IQSS of the young season last week, defeating the fourth in the first running of partment on official censorship

son campaign. The soldiers have local boxers in four of seven bouts while drawing one at Saufley :Field the Wheaton, Md., Cross Coun- stationery: "Please let out the

exhibition games with the Baltimore It was a catch-as-catch-can affair try Meet last Saturday. seats in all of Joanne Dru's blue ",\
Bullets and Philadelphia Williams Goes Down With only a half mile separ- jeans." ,
'
Warriors of the N.B.A. Coached as Coach Al Mueller's charges Sammy Williams, 147, was a ating Fields from the finish Words and Music. '...

by Lt. Joseph Chicone, the Red found talent abundant in the com- first-round KO victim of Whiting'sJim line, (the entire run covered Columbia Records asked eight ...

Devils' attack is built around hold bined forces of Whiting Field, Sau Wilson. The hard hitting eight miles), the Jax distance- of its top artists to name whichof
Flier took the full count in 58 man was slowed down by a
overs, Kermit Welske and Ollie fley Field, Corry Field and Main- their recordings they liked best
Helderle. side.FOOTBALL seconds. Ronnie Burnsworth chronic stitch, a hardening of I
for a new disk anthology called,
chalked up a KO for Jax Navyat the side. It forced him to drop "
"This Is :My Best Here are the
127 when he floored Dell from a secure second place to
results: Doris Day, "It's Magic,"
SPECIAL Dennis, Saufley, at 50 secondsof fourth.
Harry James, "You Made Me Love ;
the first round. Ed Romanelli, prominent policeman
TIME You," Benny Goodman, "Jersey
SELECT WINNERS
Jax Navy's Jimmy Johns foughteven running for the New "
Bounce, Sammy Kaye "harborLights"
For Week of Nov.. 8 for three rounds with Harry York AC, easily outdistancedthe '.
Frank Sinatra, "You'llNever
Boyer, Malnside, in a heavy 13-man field to romp home
5 (Home teams in right column) Walk Alone," Guy :Mitchell,
weight.melee. In another heavy- first. .
"My Heart Cries For You," Duke ,
Oklahoma _______..vs._.______... Notre Dame weight encounter George Hill, Cor-
Ellington, "I Let a Song Get Out
Army _____......_..vs. _____. Georgia Tech ry Field, decisloned Jimmy Ru- of : "
My Heart, and Arthur God-
Cornell _.. _._.._.._.vs.__.__.___..Michigan ther. "
frey, "Too Fat PolkaSCU1'iLEBl1TT ,
Harvard _....__....vs........_._..._.__. Princeton Thompson Win 0'G
: .
Navy __.__._._VS______._._ Duke E4 Lumpkins, Jax Navy 170- RecordAlthough

Georgia .__.._VS.._...._..._..._... Pennsylvania pounder, dropped a, close decisionto ...
Pittsburgh .__.__..vs_______ Ohio State Sid Adams, Saufley, but Eddie : vra

Villanova _____.__vs_____..___ Tulsa Thompson, 160, evened the match they gained fame in

Michigan State ___ vs_.__..__ Indiana for the locals with a,no-contest Hollywood, many movie person

. Nebraska -,___._.._._.vs_____ Kansas win over Jerry.Stewart, Whiting. alities were born far from the i

: Purdue .___..._vs__..??. Minnesota In the only split decision of the glittering California film capital.

Northwestern .._._._VS..vs...-__ Wisconsin evening, the Fliers' Jerry Denkin Can you successfully pair off the

Mississippi State __.___.vs_._._____ Auburn lost to Mainside's Terry Copson. following stars with their birth-

Tulane _._._._.___. _.._____ Kentucky Jimmy Sledge, 150, picked up the places?

Tennessee ._._..____.vs......_..._.._...._.._ L.S.U. local's final win with a clear-cut 1. Joan Fontaine

Mississippi ....._____vs._._..__..__.__. Houston decision over Norman Salt, Whit 2. Bob Hope e

Wake Forest _.__._...vs_.....____.___ T.C.U. ing. 3. Merle Oberon

Arkansas _....._.._._.__vs.....______..._. Rice . 4. Edward G. Robinson

Texas .._.._..__.._.__vs.....____.___..__.. Baylor 5. Cesar Romero .
Texas A. & M..._____vs..._.._._.___... S.M.U. Meyer Collects 6. David O. Selznicka

Southern California _.____..vs..._.____._..._.. Stanford ( ) Tasmaniab

California __.___...vs...__.._....___.._ Washington First Prize In ( ) Bucharest ,
.
(Predict the score of this game) Grid ContestAviation (c) Londond
( ). Tokyoe

Oklahoma -._.-.-..vs.___-____Notre Dame ordnance student Leo ( ) Pittsburgh
ro.t :
I (f) New York CityAnswers ; 4y
L Meyer missed only three predictions -
r Name Rate/Rank. on the weekly Jax Air I
I'm supposed to entertain
News Football Special, and was 1. (dj: 2. (c); 3. (a); 4. (b); 5. until you're rescued!" you I

Unit Assigned To Phone the only entry to do so, to bring (f); 6. (e).

RULES home first prize of a five dollar
merchandise chit at the Navy Ex
1. To enter the contest you simply Indicate your choiceof change. ,
each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select
to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof In second place with four incor-
teams you think will play to a tie score. rect games was S/Sgt. Marvin I*
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Works, MAD. Bill Smith* AK3, I 1rK'
count as losses unless predicted. of Fasron Six, annexed third place'
3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the '
game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with honors with a 20-7 prediction of
the most nearly correct score will win the contest the Notre Dame-Navy game No i
4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be considered less than eight entries had five i : !q? 4YYrj
} Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
misses but Smith's tie-breaker
.' the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible. I
4: .. 5. In the event a game is postponed x r rescheduled far was the closest of the lot. I
any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final There are five convenient pick- .,

ratings.6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700 up stations for the Football' Spe-
Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build- cial ballots. Deadline for entriesat
ing, 930. these points is 1700 Friday.
7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof They are: (1)) Jax.Air News of- ; uiI1T1
Air News eligible to enter the contest j
personnel of the Jax are fice, Building 930; (2) OAR; (3) .)

8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Hospital Ships Service; (4) NAT-
9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the TCenter Ships Service; (5) Fas-
.. Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. ron Six Ships Service. -' '"... '- _\_h"w.. .', .w..j;..........."

TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES VARSITY SWIl\IMERS-Recelvtng letter Jackets from Lt.
First prize Is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy Patient: "What shall I dot I I Fred Marconi ..(left), NATTCenter Special Services officer, for
three-dollar merchandise chit their work wilt the varsity'swimming team this season are (left
,Exchange; second prize? is a ; have water on the knee.*
third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. to right), Merlin Searight, Gil Whitaker Snag Holmes, :Tom
Doc: "Wear pumps. Vlckery. and Jack Moulin.
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I 6 November 1952 JAX AIR NEWS' Page ElevenS


I New Methods. Improved Machinery ,



S+ }t 0 & R Takes. To Local Manufacturing I


.

x Industry, when confronted
chine, located in the Machine
a
with i production and man-
ya Branch of the Process Division.
axavw .Ii power problems, could I well
F learn a lot here at the Naval This versatile piece of equipment

Air Station's .Overhaul and turns out bushings,. studs, cap

S Repair department. screws, bolts, pins and numerous

other items needed for the repairof
Within the past fifteen months
airplanes.Not k
f more and more parts, formerly
so amazing is its produc-
normal
procureable through sup-
ply channels, have become un- tion, but the rate at which it pro- 1

A available. Without these essen- duces is far beyond that of the

tial items O & R could not make engine or turret lathe method. z
Over 200 parts a day can be pro-
necessary repairs on aircraft, so
L..r it was decided to manufacture the duced by the Automatic Screw
N 'ate Machine to the 50
as compared
parts, not only for use here but
'"', for or 60 parts that can be made in
. ::w:: the supply system and in support -
I, the same time on a lathe. One
I
of
the
METHOD SAVES MONEY- fleet units.
vital repair item, which formerly
installation .
Recent of a new *
gas-fired atmospheric controlled took almost 15: minutes to make
IN ADDITION, kits used for
furnace for treating of dies and by the lathe method, can now be
tool steels in Shop 3282 at O the incorporation. of new changeson produced in less than two minutes -
& R, will save thousands of aircraft since the original man-
dollars annually. At top photo ufacture, are also being made. saving many manpower
Horace Seymour looks over hours.
f old-type furnace which was At the same time that O & R 3 SA

down 50% of the time for repairs resorted to this local manufacturing -
OVER AT the Metals Branchof
.1 while James Cotton ::: ,-' which has tripled in some de-
(right) works at the new furn- IJOSPI-T-Ab the Process Division, workmenare
partments faced
supervisors a
ace which does better job with praising the merits of their
less spoilage.Firefighting. HEADLINESThe manpower shortage when the per- new Gas-Fired Atmospheric Con-
sonnel ceiling was reduced.
trolled Furnace used for the heat
Jeep But not to be defeated, O & R
treating of dies and tool steels.
heads. utilized new methods and
Unveiled Replacing an old type furnace
By Navy improved machinery to do the ,
following personnel changes which was down 50% of the time
U aldington! (AFPS)-The Navy work of many men and meet pro-
have been effected within the past for expensive repairs of reliningand
has unveiled a new firefighting duction needs, a procedure which
week at the Naval Hospital. replacement of glo-bars the
,
j jeep that can discharge 2,600 gallons has proven to be both economicaland
board new Gas-Fired Furnace is not
Received on for duty on-
of liquid foam on a burning efficient. mk
1 plane in two minutes. Principal were: Lt. (jg) Richard M. Lynn, ly more economical to operate, but

- Lt. (jg) Thomas D. Head, Lt. (jg) is doing a better job with less ::'>> '".,--;..._ \\.U: ---
;, use of the jeep will be aboard aircraft TYPICAL of the mechanical un-
1 carriers.If Stephen G. Maddox, Lt. (jg) Wil- its now in operation is the Five spoilage. MORE PARTS IN LESS

If a plane crashes while attempting liam B. Johnson, Lt. (jg) Eli Lar- Spindle Automatic Screw Ma- Elsewhere in the O & R De- TIME-Using the turret lathe

a carrier landing the son, Lt. Willia F. Weeden, Ens. partment old type machinery has method (top), John Ferguson

"'! jeep can squirt foam 90 feet to the Lucille D. Carmody, Ens. Laura been replaced with new improved makes only 50 or 60 repair a

J.. plane. It can also blanket the E. Markut and Ens. Jane C. lies- BLOOD BANK equipment, and other machines on items a day, while Robert

with set order now should be received and Hanna (below) produces over
: cockpit area a protective
. J cone of foam 30 feet in diameter Received for duty from U. S. BOX SCORENo. put into operation shortly.It 200 parts in the same time on

while rescue squads free the pilot. Na val Hospital Corps School, Quota Per- is anticipated that many the new five-spindle automatic -

I Portsmouth, Va., were: NicholasS. more will be added in the futureas screw machine. This illus-

Ii I Boja, HN; James E. Burdick, Sch. Met Cent the budget allows.Procurement tration in Shop 3375 is typicalof

.i Stork Delivers- 78 HA; Emile N. Giard, HN, and Comm .............. 4 :5 125.0: I many O & R shops where

I Jack P. Grant, HN. NATTC mh _.no 253 314 124.1 workers concoct new methodsof

Bundles At Hospital FA W-ll ............ 13 15: 115.3: SchoolThe meeting production.

'. The stork swooped down at the Departures Included: Lt. Law Oper. .................. 12 12 100.0 Navy will give approxi-

r Naval Hospital on Oct. 13 and after rence F. McCune and Lt. HerschelA. Admin. ..............3 3 100.0 mately 200 of its procurement ReservePilotsCan

sticking around until Oct. 24, IRD _.......J:......._ 2 2 100.0 personnel intensive three week
I, Graves, Jr., to inactive duty.
had delivered a total of 78 "bun. Ens. Jean I P. Kirsch to Newport Medical .__.._ 2 2 100.0 negotiators training courses this

; dies from Heaven" during that R. I., and Edward J. Chwalek, Dental............. 1 1 100.0 fall. Objective of the course is toimprove Become

time. Pub. Wks. ........ 24: 22 91.6 naval procurement by
IIMS, to U. S. Naval Reserve !
Belying the current saying "men Training Center, Memphis, Tenn. Cecil Field ....? 16 14. 87.5 .training negotiators from the various Regular Navy

Res. Fleet ___._ 85 70 82.3 activitiesin
are scare these days", 47 boys I The crows flew in to the tune Navy procurement
were on the new arrival list, with. of 95: at the Naval Hospital. There Spec. Serv. ...... 4 3 75.0 the broader aspects of pricing. Washington (AFPS) On or
31 gii'ls Grn. Cv. Spgs.. :35: 26 74.3 about Feb. 1, 1953, a board will be
were two Hill's, seven HM2'3,
I I Marines .......... 10 7 70.0 Wife ''I fool convened for the purpose of selecting -
and 86 HM3's rated. A total of : was a when I
Supply __ _.. 27 16 592 Naval reserve aviators
? married
108 were examined and out of this you"Hubby
O&R..115 :59 51.3 who were formerly aviation cadets -
Can Use OwnExperiences total, only 13 failed. : "I guess so, but I was
NARTU ___..._ 7 3 42.8 too infatuated to notice.' for transfer to the regular

Hospital ?...?.,.21 7 :S3.3 Navy, the Navy has announced.
Red Cross Notes *
ComFairJax .... 94: 27 28.6 Eligible for consideration aref'nr.lgns
Patients on Ward G-4 were tru- ... Man on phone: "Doc, my kid their
Fla. Mil. Dis 5 1 20.0 who accepted appointments

ly mystified Wednesday afternoon Engineers ?._.. 13 0 0.0 I swallowed a fountain pen. What between Jan. I, 1951
when Robert C. Newman, "The shall I do till "'
here?
AIM ___._ 4 0 0.0 you get and June 30, 1951. They must
Southern Prince of Magic" enter- Doctor 'Use "
: a pencil.
less 25 of
be than years age up-
For EssaysWith tained with' his marvels of mystery -

There was proof that magicis ';' .. .. .,-'" .....,.,::I..",. .... .. ....... :' .,. on transfer, and have completed
18 months continuous active du-
fun for all. Arrangements for
deadline for the Morals ty In commissioned status following
Mr. Newman's visit were made by
Essay Contest extended to Nov- designation a* naval aviator -
Mrs. A. P. Farr, Hospital chair

ember 15, military personnelstill man of the Jacksonville Beaches ... ;; .,' .
have a week left to submit Chapter of American War Moth- ';'' Interested officers should sub-
: "
entries and compete for valuable : ', :' ;. ; .: mit their applications for regular ...
prizes. ers.The commissions to the Bureau of Naval -
Florida Georgia football < '
''
Capt. Charles A Dittmar, senior "St: Personnel via their reporting
game at the Gator Bowl was enjoyed t ;j/
station chaplain and contest by fifty patients. Our seniors. The application must be

committee head, reminds personnel received in the Bureau prior to
, thanks to the citizens of Jackson J' :
that while the general themeof ville who made these tickets avail- ; J Jan. 1, 1953.

"Moral Values" must be used, able to us. r 55

essays can be prepared with e "How come you didn't ]laugh

minimum of research by drawingon The Halloween Dance Tuesday when the CO told that story?"'

''I didn't have to I've been
personal experience. night was one of the highlights of ,

". Judging of the contest will be the month. As usual, the charm transferred."

;, based on originality and sincerity ing hostesses from the Eccelectic

': and winners will be announced Club made it a most enjoyable HOT AIR

by November 27. evening, and the Cecil Field Band

<: Keen interest in the contest gave out with music that was tops.
-
among station commands and On the calendar of coming

their division officers lifts pro- events we find: Jacqueline Davis

duced a gratifying number of with her piano o'n Ward A-6, Sat-

late entries. It is hoped that urday, Nov. 1 at 1400. A Rec-

even more papers will be sub- reation Hall party with hostesses :a 1at dR. f 1"You're

mitted this final week. from the First Methodist Church I 4. Atr

Nov. 6 at 1930. Bingo in the Rec- > ekwa kt

reation Hall, sponsored by American I __._mnnm__
Tourist: "Did you see a pedes-
trian pass here?" Legion Post 293, Nov. 13 at I TRAFFIC LIGHTS GO UP- Culminating months of study

Native: "No, I've been Bitting 1930. Arthur Murray Dance ClassIn and work in an attempt to solve the traffic situation here, traffic
, control lights have been installed on Roosevelt Boulevard, at
the auditorium Nov. 13 at 1500.:
>t here all afternoon and nobody'scome the Alain Gate, The six lights will serve to keep north and south
** by 'ceptin' one solitary man,, Make these red letter dates on bound traffic moving by the station and also control flow of an ace nowyou'vedestroyed "
and he was afoot.'" your calendar and plan to attend. traffic on and off the station. five :planes-all curs!'
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'. .-., .... Part III Of NavCad Program

rm.mm .. .
." ;. ;' '.

;-}, Constant Changes Present
(Items offering for sale articles .
., a
of property such as washing machines ""'. ,'.: '
automobiles furniture radios '. ::.'::::/ ".' .
,
clothing and the like are i.t.: : ..... Challenge To Navy Pilots ;

prohibited by Defense Department <.}
regulations This l column will .
series --
,1 (This It the final of a
however list such services as of three article depUUng the end of World War 1L the new
available rides wanted k Naval Reserve of finds
housing, United) States Natal Air Reserve pilot today

and lost and found articles or other Training Program, Identified am a challenge confronting daily ./

similar notices). the NavCad Program). to master these new winged mechanical
TOR SALE I birds that are changingwith

Furn 3-rm house 2075 Hyde Park NEW 1IOKI7ONS each passing year.

Ph 2-1496, Mrs. Overby. The new naval aviators, graduates Moreover( : the Atomic Energy

1 or 2 rms, 2743 Vernon, Apt. A. I of the NavCad Schools, are Commission has recently announced

Ph. 2-5915, Louise Snelhngs now ready for approximately two that it Is proceeding with

Furn. im, 5057 Sappho. Ph. 88- and a half years duty with the : the development of an atomic reactor

9S64, :Mr. Newman. Fleet. What an interesting future suitable for use as the power-

3rm. house $40 mo. 4340 Baltic GCA MOVES; IN-With radar antenna secure once more, members that holds for them! plant in such large ships as an

John L. Moore. of the GCA crew turn to re-installation of other aerial equip- Or they might be called uponto aircraft earner.
Sing and dble. rms., 1447 Avon- ment by which the unit keeps tight control of aircraft coming in from .
for landing in less than 400 feet ceiling ucather. The unit is transport personnel the
; dale. Ph. 2-5930, Mrs. Schultz.
According to John F. Floberg,
continental' United States to
generally self-sustaining carrying its own repair equipment. The one
2 couples to share apt., 2542 Park. unit moved to the station this 'wttk from Lee Held ,i Green of its outlying bases across the assistant Secretary of the Navy

Ph. 8-5958 Pfc Bat bour. Cove Springs. sea; or, they might be assigned toa for Air this atomic carrier, although -
Furn. 2bdrm. house, $50 mo. 1018
still in the f cumulative
mercy mission to drop supplies
Rannir: Jax Beach. Ph. lax Now All-Weather Station
2'2819'1 to a stricken community; or, for stage, will "have more power,

Mr. DeBevoise. the highly qualified, and exciting more space for fighting gear and

Furn. 2rm. apt. $45 mo., 826 I GCA Unit Serves Jax First Time job of testing planes of tomorrow. incredibly more freedom to range .

May Ph 7-604S Mrs. Ellington. the seas without refueling than .::t\

Furn. rm, 1319 Hamilton. Ph. 8- Since Inception Six Years AgoAfter With the advent of the jet planeas I any ship has had up to now. With.1

3829, Mrs. Marchus a potent instrument of speed a relatively small quantity of fis-

Furn. 5rm. apt., 2636 Myra. Ph. ------ and the sionable material, this carrier will
striking
7-S316, Mrs. Cowart. six years, and for the I conduct a GCA training" program power following have virtually unlimited cruising

Furn. 3bdrm. house 6115 Commodore first time, the Naval Air Station's for pilots who practice coming In range at full speed"

Drive, available Dec 1. Ph. Ground Control Approach (GCA) II on its safety beam, are now in Two Way War The ship will carry between 100

6-4050 Mr. Rogers. Unit is on home territory. I Hangar 117, attached to Opera and 120 of the most powerful
1 rm Ph. 2-3587 after 7 P.M. Mr. tions. Kim (At'l'S-"II) <<"y, Skipper -
launch
With aerial and radar equip planes and will be able to

Klicker. ment detached from the trailer I Headed by Lcdr. Robert A. they're Mulling at us:" them four at a time from a 1,000-

Furn. 2rm. apt., $15 wk., available truck to permit it to enter the Shirley, the crew includes three, the young :Marine lieutenant foot flight deck. It will catty a

Nov. 8, 2623 Forbes. Ph. main gate of the Station, the Unit fleets, two technicians, an en- cried Into his radio microphone crew of 3.000 and have tonnagein

r 7-5922, Mrs. Clark. arrived this week from Lee Field, I I ginenian, and 13 air controlmen as Red antiaircraft fire hurst excess of 60000. It Is a frontrunner

2 rms., furn., 4044 Waller. Ph. Green Cove Springs, where it was All are graduates of the Ground about him on his first bombing 'In naval revolution that has
:! Mrs. Arnold.
2-7968 formerly located. Control Approach School, at NAS mission over<< North Korea'mist's been going full steam since a few
Share 5rm. home 3047 College Olathe, Kansas. months ago when the President
all right bon, answered -
Ph. 2-3552 Mrs. Cason.
laid the keel of the USS Nautilus,
3 rms, day or week, 2601 Park Th GCA Unit makes NAS Jax his flight; commander '.
the first atomlc-poweied submarine.
Ph. 8-2770 Mrs. Houston an "all weather" station. In adverse I.t'oi I. Darrel I I). Irwln."Thej're i "
USO Opens Drive .
Unfurn 5rm. house Ph. 3-5422, weather conditions the Unit ,,I allowed to." I
Mrs. H. is able, by means of its precision cWith
A. Stanley. I For $18,680,000 all these new planes and
FOR SALE radar gear, to maintain controlof
Positions At new ships at their disposal, Naval
34ft. house trailer 2482 a plane until its wheels touch i Open
Kings. ClubsThe
For Service aviators of tomorrow will find i
the Up until now aircraft
. ; Ph. 4-1790. Mrs. Jordan. runway. Overseas Posts their future in the air full of excitement _
MISCELLANEOUS attemptnig to land on Station United Service Organization I .
adventure and promise.
\ Driving to New Jersey Dec. 19. runways with ceilings less i Defense Fund has begun a I Positions of Electronic Engineerand
t than 400 feet -- the minimum nationwide to collect When they have finished their
I campaign
Ph. 88-8231 after 6 P.M., M. E. i available
Quarterman Rigger are
four Fears of active duty, includIng
\Volmewicz controlled by the low-ft equency $18,680,000 for clubs, camp shows I
I to eligible persons !tpr; service
I
'Va radio range of the Operations and recreation centers for Armed 18 months training period
Driving to Pot tamouth, Nov.
I overseas, it was announced by theNavy
have some of these pilots have the option
tower been shunted to Forces personnel stationed
0800
11 three riders, share ex Overseas Employment of
Penses. Ph. Ext. 41, Naval Hospital Green Cove Springs. throughout the world. I flee of transferring to the regular
Navy but most return to their ,
Mr. Peterson, HM3. :More than $740,000 has been received '
The position of Electronic En- homes and continue flying as
Baby sitter day or evenings. Ph. The Unit and its personnel, who in advance gifts from corporations
--I I gineer is at GS-11 level, of $5- "Week-end Warriors" In the ;Navy
Miss Jo'ner.Ride and
foundations. Similar
2-9502 --- -- ------- ----
940.00 per annum, plus the 25% and Marine Air Reserve squadrons
wanted, from Willow Branch institutions are being askedto
territorial post differential, at .
and Rosselle, 0730 to 1630 Ext Military Use Of donate 30 percent of their
Base Development Section Guam, Local continue
reserve pilots are
618 or 8-1433, Lillian Hare 1945 contributions to the USO. At
Fade wanted, from McDuff and that time, the size of the Armed in the Mariannas Islands. ing their part-time training at '
Tourniquet To The of Quarterman Jacksonville
position Naval Air
Reserve
Rosselle, 0800 to 1630. Ph. Ext. Forces was approximately three
Rigger requires the signing of an Training Unit at the Naval Air
Station 12, Ann Langiotti times larger.
18-month contract and $6- of 27 similar Installations
pays Station one the -
Riders wanted, from 5 Points to Undergo ChangeWashington Since the start of the Korean
469.63 at the Naval maintained
per annum throughoutthe
0&R, 0700 to 1530. Ph. Ext. 525 conflict the USO figures its activities -
(\FPS) The I Station Subic Bay Philippine Islands U. S.Joining.
or 7-6880, Mr. Padrick. attracted more than
.
military use of the tourniquetmay *
Lost, Brown wallet area Hangar 4,000,000 men and women in "
undergo a revolutionary Persons interested should sub- organised squadrons the
114, if found contact Ens. Scott, uniform at the rate of 50,000-
3356 Lennox or Ph. Ext. 8489. change, according to a recent 000 visits a mit application forms to Navy Reserve Officers train one week.
report prepared by the National year. Overseas Employment Office (Pacific end monthly and for two week
Research Council. USO overseas programs Include of active duty to main
). 45 Hyde Street (Civic Center annually
clubs in Alaska, Italy. Germany ), San Francisco 2, California. tain flight efficiency. For this, an

Accepted by the Armed the Canal Zone, and Turkey. New I Ensign is paid about $800.00 a

( Forces Medical Policy Coun- centers are being established in blanca. Camp shows are sent tOil year, a Lt. (jg) $900.00, and a Lt.

) .... cil, the report's recommendations London, Paris Naples and Casa. all parts .of the world. (AFPS). around $1,000. This I is, of course

represent a complete c in additjon to what he makes at this

'J about-face from tourniquet q wr. civilian job. .j)

\ procedures used in WWII. At There's loom in the Navy cockpits -

that time it was the practiceof for new pilots. Additional information

!the medics to release a on the NavCad pro- .

tourniquet for five minutes Jf gram can be secured at NARTU,

every half hour. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. Lt. R. E.

This method, according to the Hanna is NavCad Procurement

report, is "unwise as well as Officer for this area. .
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unnecessary." Reasoning that n--- (

the patient has probably lost i}

large amounts of blood already, ''J

it is illogical to loosen the tour- f-f4

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IN RATEMen advanced In rate
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Place: Las Vegas, Nev Gimmick niquet is currently being written PK3; Lloyd Ledbetter AO3; 'James Dreggors/ A.:3j: ; Paul
: Won "Girl of the Week"' into Service training manu Frazier, AD3 and Joseph Ryan, A 1)3. Rack row James Creamer It's'time for chow, I'll be backat
title on TV show Reason for als. AM3; Milo Sheffield, A03; John Hutchison. AD3; Robert Heuer "
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