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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1952
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wine 11
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VOL-10 No. 26 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 2 Oct. 1952

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Morals Essay !r-i: : ___ RegistrationFor

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Until Nov. 1 1Navy 44Th T 41 t k1llithI Study Oct. 9



and Marine Corps :y
k MFrMMfd i1R Registration in the college
personnel at NAS Jackson- 3.il. extension courses is scheduledfor

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

to enter the Morals I Essay has been announced by Lt.

Max. J. Hanke Information
Contest now in progress.The ,
xs J and Education, officer i atNATTCenter.
first ten place winners .

will receive valuable] ] prizes, and
Personnel interested In registering
outstanding essays will be pub-
for one (or more of the
lished in the Jax Air N ws.
courses offered can do tn anytime
There may be a chance that the
between the hours of 1500 to 2000
essay awarded first place will receive -
at the NATTCenter Technical Li-
nationwide recognition end

., ,.. brary, Building 501.
publication. ----------
.. Three COUHMW Set
S .' HELICOPTER REPAIR-
Interested personnel will find r t Three courses definitely set for
Work has already begun/ on repair -
background material in the sta- : the curriculum this semester are
and overhauling of heli-
tion library and in editorials United States History, General
.
,;.,. copters at O & R. In top photoan
that have appeared in the Air Psychology and Effective Speak
1IRS-1 (rescue) 'copter is
News. Copies of past issues may being repaired by Gerald Kas- Ing. There is a strong possibility,
be obtained fit the Air News Office the of
depending on availability
, (Inskl, AN, and civilian James
Building 930. Participants two I the Instructor c, that Basle Mathematics -
Nelson. In, bottom photo
should also consult their DivisionO
Personnel Management,
men do a little testing. Allowing I
f fi c e r s for suggestions and
Principles of Accounting and Eng-
end! of each rotor to ticka
guidance. stretched track- Itch\ I will also be Included. ,.
canvas on a
Essays must be between 300 ing pole makes a mark on the John E. Miklos representativeof

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

written on one side of 8 x 10.1 ,straight path of Florida, will be here to conductthe

paper. They may be typed or y blades. Seth Keece revs up an registration, and to offer

written in ink, but must be leg j ........ IIRS-1 while Ray Morkln and guidance and information to any-

ible. The writer should includehis Ed Smith steady the tracking one interested In college work.

name, rate and duty station.
Work Already Begun On Small Scale pole. Taken 15 Per ('I **
It in stressed that those who desire
All essays must be on the gen. Public Invited to take the courses should
eral theme of "Moral Values"
To Full Scale Work be present on the registration dateto
and be submitted in sealed envelopes Begin; To All Fliers'Home enroll. If 1 lens than 18 stu-
through division officers
dents petition a course, that
or unit commanders to the Essay ContestsAll course will not be offered

Contest Committee, Chap Soon On Helicopters Here
Jax Navy home football Since the Navy has discontinuedIts
lain's Office, Building 750, NAS,
before November 1, games, to be played at NAS, will program of financial assistance -
Full scale production on repair and overhaul of helicop- be open to the public. it will be necessary for all

Judges appointed from the ters is due to begin in approximately two months at the The announcement was made taking the courses to personally

commands concerned by the Overhaul and Ilepair department, it has been announced. this week by Capt. Burnham C. stand the full cost. A course
Commanding Officer, Naval Air
The Emergency and Repair McCaffree, NAS commanding worth three hours of college credit
tical of them.
Station, will award prizes for use
division at O&R has been repair officer, who has extended an will meet for 2 1/2 hours one
originality, content and method
ing 'copters on a small scale for I open invitation to all those who night each week for 16 weeks,
of presentation. SHEET METAL work, mechanical -
the last six months.
wish to see games here. and will cost 18.00. Students
work, and engine overhaulis
This assembly line will handleat must also finance their own textbook -
Civilians will be admitted to
Wrist watches will go to 1st being done in the one small
and 2nd place winners; camerasto least four" different kinds of shop. With the intended expansion the station beginning at 1300 via material

3rd and 4th place; pen and "windmills, HUPS (utility i ), the division will be able to the main gate. Traffic will be (Please turn to Page 3, Col. 1)
II 0 S (observation) and two to the football .
pencil sets to 5th and 6th place; accommodate many more craft routed directly
rescue craft, HRS-1 and HRS-2,
a cigarette lighter to 7th and 8th of this type.In field where there will be ample

place and a key chain for 9th officals report.. Flight Test the "eggbeaters", parking. Outgoing traffic will be Weather Outlook

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

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

prizes, but will receive medals from wrecked or obsolete planesto mechanics tracking rotar bladesto following the game. Saturday-Cloudy with mod

for first, second and third place. others is just one of the jobs I make sure that each blade fol. The Fliers play their first erate southwesterly winds.

.' performed by the Emergency and lows in the path of others. Flight home game with NAS Patuxent SundayShowers, moderate

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

Fire PreventionWeek plane to another hull, or simply

major repairing'copter them work.is, right now, the Personnel Can Aid In Station Traffic Survey

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Is Here, At present five planes are undergoing A traffic survey of the Naval of .the-City of Jacksonville.- Personnel are encouraged to

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

completed the finished productis physical layouts, control Improving traffic conditions at
Why Not Make It transferred to Flight Test for areas Is being conducted by
devices, actions and attitudes particular points to the Safety
and rechecking. The the Safety Division i I of the station
testing 'cop.
of vehicle drivers, this Investigation Division, Building 907. All
ter is then.RFI (ready for issue) In co-operation with the
The Yea will lead to continuing suggestions will be given con-
All
and is sold transferred to
or a .
Traffic Engineers department traffic improvements. sideration.J11X
working outfit that makes prac-



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS \ 2 October 1952 I


To Begin Full I Report From Washington


J1l XflJRftUi8 (Contnued( from Pare 1) i

Test pilots take off from the. i Smaller Down Payments
"""-
O&R ramp while making their

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air tests, thereby' causing no troubleto

Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS, Jacksonville the Operations duty runways. I By Vets For New Homes

Capt. Burnham C. MtCaffree .......Commanding Officer .
Comdr. James H. Armstrong. .._..__...Executive OfficerLt. LT. HUBERT Glenzer, flight I (ly Armed Forces Prtti Strvlc)
Dave Barksdale._...... ._ Public Information Officer Smaller down payment requirements by veterans purchasing new
Fleet Air Jacksonville test officer and sole helicopter homes have been announced by the Veterans Administration. The

Hear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison._..... ... .................. .... .. .Commander pilot aboard the station, recently reductions came about with government suspension of Regulation X, ffi
Capt. Howard. V. Hopkins_________..Chief of Staff I which had restrictions down H
proved the value of these rescue imposed emergency on payments and
Fleet Air Wine Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born ._...w __ .......__.Commander craft when he took one of the I years-to-pay for new private hous- wetok this fall, the Joint Con-
ing. Under the new ruling veterans -
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton.. .Chief Staff Officer overhauled windmills into a
gressional Atomic Energy Com-
will not have to
pay
any
Naval Air Technical Training Center
Capt. Edwin R. Peck .. ...... ... .. .............._ ..: Commanding Officer swamp to assist in the rescue of. down payment on home costing mittee announces. Only official
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.._._...____.__..Executive Officer two air force men who had force- $7,000 or less; only $500 for homes observers of the U. S. government -
Naval Hospital landed their plane in the swemp. f in the $10,000 class. Biggest cutbacks and members of T a s k
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton ___....Commanding Officer occurred in the Force 132 will be present at the
$15-20,000
Capt. T. F. Weinert...__.-..._. _.__....._._...._....__Executive Officer These "eggbeaters" are of the tests.
category. Down payments :'n this
NARTU same type now being used in .
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Capt. Easton B. Noble..__-....._.______.........._...Commanding Officer Korea for troop class have been sliced between
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. _____...__Executive Officer transport, evacuation $1,800 and 4380. An order for the first long-
rescue and. observation. > range jet penetration fighters baa
Tile JAX AIR NEWS U ''' It the U. S. naval Air Station,
published \\ Several of the craft of been placed with the McDonnell :
property The U. S. will .
to detonate
Jnckiomllle.I Florida I and printed commercially with 1 non-nppicnrlaffrt fund try
Ht no expense (to the government: and In compliance with NAVEXGS: IVJ3, Rev.Nov. .. the US Marines, have been, or "an explosion greater than hut Aircraft I Corp., St. Louis, Mo, '
'h.Na'al
1915. Copies are distributed free of rhtrite at the Nasal Air Station.
Air Reserve Training Vnlt. Nasal Air SUIIon C fll Field end the U. S. soon will be in combat. \" r been set off before" at Enl7'lt builders of the F-101. The planes, I
Naval HoiplUI. which probably will not come off
Editor-Andrew H. Planey ---.
the line for 18 month
assembly
Staff Members: Ed Ncllist. J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave ,
Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen will be used in escorting jet bombers
Harper.The. d 4 yd tent it t 7i. 1CaCK ieaf 'Ult.4 to distant targets.
JAX AIR MEWS U a member of the. Armed Forces Press Snlee. a .
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be rrrrlnted' without i fall I
send ttwUtkji a.uekucg t
the wiltten permission of Armed Farces mess Snl It". Republication of other cde Construction Mill begin early
matter except by seiv'ce' publications U prohibited without permission of
Editor JAX AIR ::z.WS. next year on a permanent building < 1
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension for the Adjutant General \
21184 and 216. :: 00I 1 School and Finance School Ft. ..

Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Congress '
Honor Loyalty Integrity-
I Courage- :
approved a $5,000,000 ap-

Voice Belief In Qualities That Make "O which propriation" will for graduate the two approxi-schools i,


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

since their Inception. i
( is the twelfth of a series of articles in connection with "
,
the service-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards). A 3It Operational control of Navy

Captain Burnham C. McCaffree and Air Force facilities at White

Everybody believes in something. What's wrong with I Sands Proving Grounds, Las
letting others know it? Cruces, N. M., has been placed

Americans, descended from those, rugged pioneers who I under the Department of the

built a nation out of a wilderness by a faith in God abettedby Army. Concentration of this i

a confident sense of righteousness, have the deserved reputation activity is expected to result in
of not being afraid of anything. I i closer coordination among the

Why then, blessed with fearlessness by tradition, are military services in guided mis-
so many of us afraid of openly showing our faith in the very ."l" 1 I 1 site research and testing proj-

principles that made this country great? We are all too readyto ects. .
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call such open demonstration "flag waving", or "strictlysentiment" .:;
; We mistake unashamed avowel for weakness, a The Navy will offer WO-1 rank .
to 138 E-/a and E-7 within a
]Jack of discipline for individual freedom.
short time. From April through\
July BuFers selection
Nothing could be more wrong Nothing could better a board
please our enemies who know full well the value of open studied evaluation sheets and records -

demonstrations, and encourage it in compulsory youth organizations 'I of more than 6,000 regular

enforced militarism, mass rallies, and every)I New Collection System I and reserve first class and chief
officers. The was
petty result
propagandic device known to man. By these means they a
achieve a kind'of nationalistic morale brutally conceived to I Credit Union ..warrant officer eligibility list of
whip the minds of the people into acceptance of a tptalitar-> Speeds Transactions; I 995 names. The Navy is prepared

fanism intolerable to free-born and free-bred Americans.In I I to accept a maximum of 850 new
this We Designates Department Collectors warrant officers\ this fiscal year
country we don't do things that way. respectPO .. .
highly the rights of the individual that sometimes we I A I "
new collection system ,
I recently -
overlook our individual obligation to return a wholehearted initiated by the Jax Navy way interfere with normal work Smoking in bed
nnd natural to the that honors To I f I
government I
respect us. a I Federal Credit Union. will enable schedules. The collector agents !
democracy that does not compel religious affiliation, but I I members to make deposits and I will conduct Credit Union bus- Doesn't PayIn
which rightfully expects its citizens to know right from I i take advantage of other Credit I II iness before working hours, dur-

:wrong and act accordingly. To a Constitution which does I I Union services without leaving 'ing rest periods and lunch hours ,the Brig
I I you
not compel patriotic demonstrations, but by protecting individual their own departments and following working hours at

rights deserves and expects loyalty, honor and truth Collector agents, already ap- I their discretion. It is strongly i Smoke only 4 a day!

from all. I pointed in some departments by i emphasized that members should

the Board of Directors, are authorized not request the collector agentsto
Every time v'e properly salute the Stars and Stripes, or to accept applications for handle such business where BLOOD BANK
stand at attention during the rendering of the Star Spangled
membership and loans, collect either party is on the job.
I
Banner, we are showing our faith in America. Everytime we I payments on shares and loans Overhaul and Repair agents BOX SCORE
enter the church of our choice to join in the service or kneel and otherwise represent the appointed include: Dor o thy

inr prayer, we are demonstrating our faith in God. These are Credit Union. Leonard of Accessories Division; No. Quota PuI"c'h. -

simple matters, but vital to the welfare of our country. I These transactions will in no Louise Davis, Hangar 122; E. L. Met cent

We like to say we, as a people, can lick anything we I Story, Hangar 123; Mary E. Dun- Brig ..._..._ 0 8 OO.O
tackle. We say it not with arrogance, but with self-confidence i I bar, Personnel and Shop Person Medical 2 3 150.0

sprung from faith. Faith in self. Faith in country. Faith in : fL((DIVINED I nel Supervisors Anthony F. Fra- FAW 11 13 ]9 146.1

God.Faith gale and Joseph F. O'Connell. Oper. .........i12 15 125.0
can also be translated as belief, and belief as (SERVICES) Office In Building 40 Comm. ...... 4 5 125.
morale. The chaplains in the Armed Services are not there asa I I Public Works will)) be represented NATTC ....253 302 115.

gesture to convention. They know that, a man without belief Protestant by James C. Keene; In- Spec. Sen'. .. 4 4 100.0
is a man who will crack under strain. A man without dustrial
up 0800-General Communion Serv- Relations by Susan Oeh- Admin. _. 3 3 100.0
belief is the weakest part of his unit. An army or a navy ice, Sunday Small Chapel. ler; Supply (South WarehouseArea mD ..._..-_ 2 2 100.0

without belief is a defeated army, a defeated navy. 0830-All Saints Chapel. ) by Virgil L. Billiard; Cecil Dental _... 1 1 100.0

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Field by James L. Phillips of the NARTU .... 7 8 85.7
Belief-faith-morale. They are all the same. They'reall Supply Department there
0930 Sunday School.! and Res. Fleet .. 85 68 80.0
important, to the individual, to the nation. 1045-All) Saints Chapel. Trout River Navy Fuel and Oil Pub Works 2-1 12 MI.O
Let us openly demonstrate the bold pride that reveals us I Terminal by Robert B. Robert ComFaJrJax 94 H 43,6
to the world as a strong people defending a strong nation. Cathelic080009001000Mass .
St. Edward's son.Agents o & R ........115 49 42.6
Let us "keep our hands clean" at all times, avoiding whatis for other sections and Green Co\'e.. 35 H 40.0
wrong or destructive to self as we would avoid a booby- Chapel. other departments will be appointed Cecil .
Field 16 5$ 31.2
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.
trap set by our enemies. Let us voice our belief in the qual- shortly. In the meantime Marines ...._ 10 3 30.0

ities that made America great-courage, honor, loyalty, integrity lIormCln1930TuesdayNATTC employees can contact their Supply....... 21 0 00
and live in that belief. Chap.ain'
shop personnel supervisor for
...
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Hospital .21 0 0.0
By so doing we need never worry about morale, for ) office.Christiaa names of their collector agentsor .
Engineers 13 0 0.0
morale will be inbedded so deeply in our hearts it will be as Science. call at the Credit Union Office
Fla. Mil. Dist. 5 0 0.0
natural breathing. shall have need to ask ourselves 1900-Tuesday NATTC Chap- in Building 40 between
as no 1530 and
....
AIM .. ...... 4 0 0 I 0 I
what do 1 believe in, or even, do I believe in anything? I lain's office. 1730 on Thursdays and Fridays.



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And You Think You've Had Sudden Transfers y -H OShl 'AL .



MAINSIDE Naval personnel sometimes den to San Diego were re the 6th Naval District commer- HEADLINES

Thursday Oct. 2 complain about sudden trans celved by the Flag AWnlnl.traci.1 transpottttion officer.
tive Unit 1400 17 LT. PEARCK ARRIVKD at
Adventures of Captain Fabian .. fern but it U doubtful that any at Sept :

.-'". ...._m .... .Errol Flynn of them was ever transferred Unit pcrsonnelmcn began Imeson airport at 1545, The following personnel charges
preparing further orders. At 1605 his plane departed.
hare been effected within the
past
Friday Oct 5
a. suddenly as Lt Frank L. Commercial airline reservations Touched down at Atlanta,
.Fabulous Seniorita ... ..._. week at the Naval Hospital.
Pearce, Jr., assistant maintenance were made by the 6th Na Ga., and changed planes
.__Estralita Rodnquez Ens. Jean Paul Hirsch accepted
supply officer for Com'al District Transportation of. Touched down at New Or.
Saturday Oct. 4 ficer. leans La. and appointment from Chief Hospital
changed planes
The Rains Came ..Tyrone Power mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Lt. Fearce went home, Touched down at Dallas, Corpsman. Ens. Hirsch just "got

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

Assignment-Paris .n,__ IN RAPID-FIRE sequence' administration building', Arrived at destination, San he was 32 years of age on

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

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

My Wife's Best Friend were: Lt. Mildred A. DeUsa from

._.__...... .. ..._.Anne Baxter Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, and

Tues.-Wed., Oct. '7 k I Special Services Lt. (Jg) Andrew A. Palatka, from

r Against All Flags Errol Flynn National Naval Medical Center,
Bulletin Bethesda, Md., and Lcdr. Charlcj'
: NATTCENTER
L D. Adams from New York

Thursday, Oct. 2 ( ;tft a S
Business Grant lOOTItlll.on. .
Monkey Gary
lNAX I>cpartures liuJudctl Lt (Jg)
Patuu'litI Jut Navy
Oct. 3
Friday, IlANCf Fen w i c k L. Watts to Cherry

f The Rains Came Tyrone Power ,ItU'lC let 6 HKIU. . nMIMonday NATTC-2000 Point, N. C.; .Lt (jg) James D.

Saturday, Oct. 4 Tuesday, Oct. 7 .. .. M.ln.ldU: > Hodnett to Naval Medical Center,
JVKlneday. XI. 8. ,''O' l.'ub.QOO:!
; Fabulous Seniorita I O\IN
._.___.._Estralita Rodriquez M a'r tmss' Arena 10 bout. 19JO.Jax .Thursday Oct. II, NATTC Lusk to MSTS Atlantic for duty:

Sunday, Oct. 5 x Nny'I Charleston' NOD Lt. Ida G. Patrick to NAS Jax,

South of Caliente. .. Roy Rogers BOWLING Ort. I for duty in Infirmary.

I M.n,-Tues., O"l. G & '7ssinmentParis Patron SI \t ORT. In si. .
VJ 61: vi Special: Service
i .\ .- Vl Tit vt CMHJ Record for duty from Hospital .

.._......__._Dana Andrews e v Fasion 6 No 2. Orl.v* 7 Medico< Corps School Portsmouth, Va.,

I Wednesday, Oct 8 ss .VJ'A\\:2' U >n* Pill Roller Dental were Walter C Rose, HN; Dill

My Wife's Best Friend O Patron 6 No). 1 vt Marine
--.Anne Baxter Jo'ul"On 109! va VP 861 Gaines HA; Paul J. Hoffman,

t NVLi Operation let vs > Blood Bank HA; Richard S. Czekaj. HA; Paul

VJ 2 vt Denial K. Clary, UN; Gary Y. Given, HN;
Thursday, Oct. Z AA Medico vt 0&<;
v. nil Rotten vt one. Inrt. Clifford Granger, HN, and RIch.
Because of You Loretta Young '. "a.; -_.... TOUCH FOOTBALL
Oct. 3 OH. C and C. Pulling IIM3.
Friday, CLOSE CHECK-LI. fig) Allan Potter and Jack Frost, AMC, VP 711 vt Fatron 6
Belle Le Grand _Vera Ralston check for nicks IB tbe port prop blade of a NATTCenter Beach ()cot. 'T Red Croft N litH

S t.-Syn., Oct. <4< & 5 craft prior to a hop. Totter a veteran aviator with 4,000 hours in VJ 62 Ort.\'. > Honplta! The dance Tuesday night, Sept

Monkey Business _Cary Grant the air is officer-ln-charge ot the Center Operations department OAO' va Marine 30, was as usual, the highlightin
*an on UN< vt NARTU
which has of of of
responsibility proficiency training an
average
Monday, Oct. < (M.Fasron a the patient's monthly recreation -
42 pilots month.
per ::11'I Supply
South of Caliente... Roy Rogers .'0 *>1 vt Fan on 6 program. Music was prodded

Tuesday Oct. 7 Four Men, Four Craft With a MissionNATTCenter "OI.UV Week of: let RAM i by the NAS Band and even

Fabulous Seniorita __ Fairon 8 vt Fasron SI those patients in wheelchairs and
OiT8iKm' vt Fairon 109
....._...Estralita Rodriquez VP 861 vt Marine' casts found it impossible to keep

Wednesday, Oct. I OperationsIs VJ OAR 62 vt vi VP VP 741 741 Bombers Gaton fingers and toes still. The charm

sai&nment-Paris .. Supple vi Special Services| ing young ladies from the Eccel-
VP 7411bmbcii' VP 861
?_?_....__....Dana Andrews VP 741 talon vi vt Supply ectic Club were the keynote to a

Small Unit With Big Job Sra Fasron Hal Service KM vi v> Orations0&R VJ 62: joyful evening and we are grate

Mailnei vi vi Fauron tairon 51 6 ful to each of them and to their 1

TKM.Ms- sponsors Mrs. Decker and Mrs.

Four men, four aircraft, and VJ 62 Oct.vt I Hospital I II Wynn, for helping I make our
at the Center. This problem can
the mission, 'To report to and Ort. 7 dances successful
IJI'PLYr I
get acute with the pilots serving VJ BJ vt Hospital
fill act under the executive officer Oti. S aRnntly
in various activities of the Services t
SIOHI.lei com- Special vi VP 7&1
be responsible for the operationof mand. Ort. > Mine rf the wards
Special Services vi VP 711nuaivaunt

aircraft, safety of flight, and Pilots have to get their flight Tuesday thru trlday. ... . 1400-2200 have enjoyed the piano music of

Good music, etmosphere and the training of pilots-is the time in, but the ground trainingof Saturday .. .. .. ........ .OWHV2VJOOSunday Miss Jacklyn Davis. She will per
and Monday ........ Secured form .
fellowship made last Friday'sdance at least one Saturday afternoon
.
sum total of the business of the the students is the primary .
a success. Credits for ar mission of NATTCener. If the each mo lh. Watch the

rangements go to the committeeof busiest small department of the flight training of the pilots conflicts Private Boats : ward bulletin board for the date

six who are: John Colvin, Ken Naval Air Technical Training with this program the of her suit Her program U an

McDuffie Harry Hard wick, Center. flight has to be re-scheduled. Allowed Here ; "all request" one.

Orelha Wilkins and Frank and Directly under the supervsionof 0 a Now that football season has

Lucille Wood. arrived, personnel will I want to
the Executive Officer, the Op. This problem has been some If RegisteredIf
The ladies who; dressed formally I I join us in predicting the winner.
erations department has assum- what alleviated by schedulingthe
provided a rainbow effect Gray Ladies are in the ward each
on the dance floor ed and is carrying out the re- pilots, who ere students in you have a boat- aboard the I Monday with lists of the games to
the various schools of the Cen-
station and have not registeredit
last sponbility of the proficiency be Too there
Gloria Thornton resigned played. are always
ter, on Friday afternoons and on with the Yard Office, chances
week from her Receipt Control training of en average of 42 pilots I additional contest sheets In your
weekends. The other pilots get are that it Is no longer where
position. matrimony and Call per month. their time as the requirementsof you left it. I recreation office which you may

fornia are her plans Mary E. S their individual duties allow. The Security department has pick up. Don't forget to turn
Robinson transferred to Cecil them in not later than Friday aft
This also entails the duties of Add It all together again: four picked up all stray boats and
Field. Ann Thomas from Accounting ernoon. First winner of the uea-
handling the flight order list for men, two yeomen, one officer placed them in the station ve-
and Douglas McKee, son was J. H. Clements, DC3
,
the NATTCenter plane crew- and one Chief Aviation Pilot hicle compound. They can be retrieved -
Stock Control resigned .Mc- Ward B2. He predicted
men, and the other personnel, four aircraft, and not forgettingthe by a visit to the Yard only
Kee is returning to Auburn Uni three games
wrong.
non-pilots, engaged in aerial mission. That's the Opera Office for registration
versity. Clifford Chapman re- flights. tions department of NATTCenter S a a The Recreation Hall is open on

signed from.Storage, Experience of the pilots vary a little department that's doing Registration is intended to Saturday afternoons. Watch the

The lunchtime conferenceBill from reserves just called back ,a big job. safeguard boats against damage game that is televised each week.
and Mary Lou Light have
daily usually concerns "The into active duty to patrol plane BOAT CHECK-AtUstant Security due to storm and excess wind
commanders and squadron commanding officer Lcdr. Russell G. conditions
Farm. They are building on a
officers with thousandsof Spear checks a boat at the pier
Si-acre tract in Orange Park. All military personnel are
behind the BOQ to check its per.
hours in the air. With a min.
Dreams do come true! rf >j registration in compliance with milted to keep" a boat aboard the
imum of 100 hours
a year mandatory -
r ----0.0---- new reculations.i station and may either be assigned
for all Naval Aviators, the
a berthing place at one of the
RegistrationContinued Center operations departmenthas appropriate piers or allowed to

from Page 1) to solve the problem of get- keep the boat on a trailer. Piers:
(
4
Arrangements have been made ting flight time for 42 pilots from ; are located behind the enlisted

i for registeringand students to pay the $6.00 balance upon oflo.oo four aircraft. 1 e i :i t1t barracks and.Senior*. BOQ.

According to Lt. (jAltan\ )
| within a 30-day period.All t When registration is made, the
Potter, officer-in-charge of the
courses offered are fully accredited owner of the boat is givcra

and will be accepted by department, the number one .. .t. ',jI .. metal tag to affix to the boat anda
headache is scheduling of pilotsin < ;
most universities and colleges ; ;. : registration card to
11; carry on
hours that will not conflict I ....-: "
throughout the country. .........: /'" ..A''" '" his person.
with their duties .. .
This program is open to all departmental : .,' ..,.....,... .. i:.> t( :: ( : Several good boats have been

military personnel in the Jack- Don't Gamble With Fire, .. abandon The Security department

their and :ttII Is desirous
onville area, dependents '" of contactingowners

civilian employes of the Naval the Odds Are Against You )'. ,' 6f. ,.A; so that disposition of the
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VP-861, Fasion 6. V/-62 VF-104. VC-5 Report



I Scouting Jacksonville Areo Squadrons Lcc5 WAVE WAYS


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VP-861 __ ____n___ ._
Patrol Squadron 861 had its annual Pilpeton, ADC; Bob Daley. AD2; Gradually, the plank-owners of
Adminlsti alive-Material Intppectlon John Kontz, AN and Fred HarI I
Barracks 722 are relinquishingtheir
roun, AN, are all looking to a successful .
24. The'daa
I Wednesday, Sept. claim and departing for fur
season. Entered In the A
I activities began: with a personal *
ther investment in real estate at
Intra-mural tournament, all
Inspection' by Captain Arthur I
B Born, Commander Fleet Air matches will be J played at the other Naval Installations. Latest

Wing Eleven. Malnside tennis courts brokers are Margo Morales and
.
Squadron CPO's now have a Helen Dimsdale.
Inspection of all departments
rest for the benefit of all
and divisions records and spaces room Margo received orders for the
their ancient mariners seek.
followed the personnel Inspection weary 9th Naval District-Great LakE"I
comforts of home. With such
Section Four had bag, bunk, and Ing
region. She left Tuesday, well
chairs
facilities
as lounge a ping-
locker inspection, and the Wing'sFirst
Lieutenant Inspected all office pong table, acie-ducle boards, anda equipped for the coming .winter

I shop and work spaces, and coffee-mess available, club members months-tops on her hit paradeof
the barracks. In the afternoon, may now relax and enjoy songs is "White Christmas."

each aircraft was scrutinized for themselves during noon hours, Helen Dimsdale, YN2, will soon

l deficiencies.: Battling for positions on the depart for the port of Naples,

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

: zealously preparing for the inspection By process of elimination, all the few Waves in that foreign .
and it really paid off sharpshooters will have the chanceto ; country.

Deficiencies were few, aircraft display their talents for one .. .. _m..__ ,____ _. .

and spaces were in top condition, of 5 permanent ber ths. Contes- RADIO-ELECTRONICS-Experience is positively the best Supply gained another member

I and in general, the inspection went tants are now being accepted by teacher as students in the 12-week radio operator course being offered when Cleo Miller, SA, was relieved -
'I well. Captain Born described his William I... Arthur, ACC, in the by Fleet Air Wing Eleven get their "dah-dits" first hand
of her MAA duties by new-
from Chief Eldon Allgood (left) and Chief Charles Williams
\ inspection of personnel and spaces Ordinance Shop.Lt. (right). The course is designed to alleviate the lack of rated men comer Dolores DeVlchls, last Monday -

as, "The best I've seen." Horace C. Hogan, Jr., of- in the radio-electronics field. Other Bainbridge arrivals
A beer party was held late ficer-in-charge of the All frames De antis'--first-bout -will- take were Ann Hankhaus, Alice\ johnson -

I Wednesday afternoon In the rain division will be shortly leaving the place against an opponent of the Fleet Air Wing 11 and Marilyn Johnson, assignedto -

to relax and celebrate. Everyone squadion and reporting to VF61at Fla. State Prison's boxing teamon NAS Operations. Dona Young,

') Cot; pretty wet-from the rain, NAS Oceana, Va. Oct. 4, followed up by opponents Initiates CourseIn from Warsaw Ind. completed the .

that is. Now occupying the former of the featherweight class group

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

Fasron Six repeats a previous 115 are Supply division person. NAS, Pensacola. Previous experience month of October include Bernice

i performance by again snaring top nel. Lt. Roger Bateman declares, has enabled DeSantis to be- biff step forward has been Hanson and Pat Quinn. Peggy

honors in the ComAlrLant Train "Everyone seems quite satisfiedin come a mainstay of the 'team. 'Before taken to relieve the critical short Wiles of Personnel said ")'e8" and

ing Program for the month of the newly created empire.." entering the Navy, he had age of rated men In the radio- Is now wearing the traditional dia

July with an average of 124.3 Congratulations to Robert Hand, been a. participant In Golden electronics field by Fleet Air Wing mond. ./'

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

us continue keeping( ourselves top- the proud father of a baby girl. made an unsuccessful bid for the course for electronics etrikeis. volleyball engagement, the girls

aide of that Totem Pole. W-61 amateur Olympic bouts in Boston, Under the supervision of Lt. went out to win against Atlantic

Hushing to Small Stores and. VJ-62 regained a winning stride :Mass. Melvin E. Fox, Staff Communications Bank Monday night. Judy Davis,

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

badges these days are Eugene ning 24-0 over Fasron 51 become featherweight champ of 11, the school i I.- already in its serving 12 consecutive times, adding -

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

Dlllow AMAN; Paul Melvin, for three 'of the four as a helping asset to the NAS unteers from FAW 11 staff, VJ-2, .
\ AMAN; James Campbell, AMAN; touchdowns, one a 40-yard run,
boxing team. VP-34 VP-45 VY-741 and VP-861 Nine girls checked. In from
Robert Worhle, AKAN; Bernard and Jerry B. Warren, AN, provided participating.SINCE Bainbridge this week to start ANP
Paley, AOAN; Robert Rose, the other TD.
"Ii.l" the school is designed to ( ) training. They were: :Mary
AOAN and Robert Priest, AOAN
; By virtue of a win over Fas- Lrdr. Robert E. geguin, skipper turn out finished radio operators, Black, Barbara Brister from
Supporting three green stripes are ron :51, VJ-62 regained a .500
of VF-104 celebrated his wedding
the students are given a complete Jackson, Miss.; Virginia Bowers,
Dale Waba, AN; Edward Toma-
wln-loas record for their two first
anniversary last week with a party course in both "CW" and voice Sarasota, Fla.; Helen Brohawn,
ello, AN; Eugene Litman, AN,
frays of the season.
given for the pilots of his squad procedures, plus watch standing Baltimore, :Md; Evelyn Farley,
and Billy lIamer, AN.
As witnessed by the victory over
practice. New York City; Patricia Kincald,
One of the squadron's gladiators Fasron 51 VJ-662 to have ron.In
seems addition to the pilots of VF. Before the course of instruction Merchantville, N. J.; Nancy Mc-
has donned a pair of mitts found an eye for victory and 104 others attending were Comdr.
is Chief Charlie Loughlin, Portland, Oregon and
completed
In the light-heavyweight bracketto hopes to remain far over the 500> R. P. Klein, CAG-10 and Lcdr. Williams of VP-45 from Coco sisters Carrie and Dorothy Wall,
join the Jax-Navy ring squad mark for the rest of the season. E. executive officer ,
Ralph Cheney, Solo and Chief Eldon Allgood of from Lenolr N. C.DANCERAnn.
lie's Weatherlie Fisher, TN. Representing VJ-62 on the NAS of the Air Group. iit
Boxing Team is Thomas C. De VP-741, instructors, intend to
Congratulations to five men have
The squadron tennis team of Santa, AA, fighting In the 134- new operators actually
who recently advanced to the rate standing watches in whilein
William DcIIart ACC; :Mike pound featherweight class. planes
their third
of AN. Those adding flight.

Season Underway green stripe were: Arthur L. Rhoda THE AVERAGE code peed for

Robert G. Raney, Joseph Bar. the first week was six words per

Ii r I. Know Your Hunting Rules .Dates ocas, Edward J. Cmar, and Wil minute and it is generally felt
I liam R.- Patton that the hardest part of the schoolis
Lt.jg( ) Paul G. Creteau recently behind them.Additional Vc 1t
it. Before You Take Off For Game
I added his second silver bar to training is given: in
"
become a "Full Bull. and international code
semaphore
Dig out your oil can and your .
i shotgun and rifle and get set for Resident county game licensesare flags and the transmitters and receivers
:It! the coming hunting season $2 and resident state permitsare AC-5 which the novice radiomen
$7.50. Paramount among the issues must be able to operate.
Regulations for the 1952-53

; season arc now available in being handled by the VC-5 education -
, County Judge McKenny J. Davis'
:: office are queries from
' ., office in Jacksonville squadron personnel about the results

l' 'Jw' 55 of the July tests. Close

i( A BRIEF RUN-DOWN on what behind this topic though comes L'1i

t will be permitted this year shows "? the problems of personnel enroll E
"- _ 5,
I thct Marsh Hen season, which : ing in BuPers correspondence rat

< opened on Sept 15 runs through ing courses for almost SOHO of
l Nov. 13, with hunting permitted ( v the enlisted crew will be buckingthe

; /.' every day. Doves will be in sea- I advancement exams next Jan
con; Oct. 1 through 14 and again I Iq uary.

t' Dec 15 to 29 with hunting every \ i? \ ; $ 'i' Promotion lists of a slightly '
-
'
.. day also permitted. different kind will soon become
: Every day from Nov. 17 to eagerly awaited for too, for seven : ;

'r Jan 10 you can take shots at VC-5 first class and chief petty

: duck geese and coot.i officers are listed as candidates
i 1n the current limited duty officer

l BUCK DEER (with one or program. aP'ab"' "
ahY>
:: more 5-inch antler) become legal L4i1iANNUAL Francis A, Parker, AOAN, has r :
\
l targets on Nov. 20 along with received notice of successfully

"" turkey (gobblers only), quail passing USAFI high school GED
', and squirrel. Deer can be shot tests and intends to apply for a

h until Jan. 6 while the other three ? diploma from a Florida high afp's. ,.
,
extend to Feb. 1. school. He was a student in Massachusetts L: :

.; Full data on day and season -- before entering the Na- Miller MGM

bag limits trapping, bow and arI' INSPECTION-Capt. Arthur S. Born, CommanderFleet \y. star, demonstrates the Interest-
row hunting and a lot of other Air Wing Eleven, inspects crew of VP-861 during the an Another person recently passinga ing faculties that make her one
t Information be gleaned from administrative. inspection last Wednesday. Accompanyipg test of the best terpsichorean artistsin
can Captain Born is Comdr. William E. Bonvllllan, squadron CO and was James R. Haggerty, the cinema-that mean's
: ..the regulations. Lcdr. Robert Olson, executive officer. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5) she's a dandy dancer!
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lPla .

ypki NARTU Man
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Cited For


SALTY HUMOR FROM Air ActionAt

HER AND THERE
last Friday's personnel Inspection -

"Remember the time," reminisced of the Jacksonville Na
.
the boas to his secretary, "when >I val Air Reserve Training Unitat

somebody stole your typewriter, Hangar 113, a gold star in lieu
I'i
and we didn't miss it for a of his sixth Air Medal was pre
kQ
. yeek, ?."
t e by the commanding officer of

Shoe Salesman, who has HURRICANE HUNTERS Be- NARTU Capt. Easton B. Noble.

dragged out half his stock to woman fore taking: off for San Juan :-- Lt. Wisnyi! recently returned
customer: "Mind if I resta from where
they went off on
from a tour of duty aboard the
few minutes, ladyt Your feet their discovery of Hurricane
"'Charlie", members of crew carrier USS Antietam in Korean
are killing me. six of VJ-2 check out their waters. It was while aboard the
S P4Y 2. Top left is Lcdr.
Robert carrier that he won his latest
Examiner: Who was your mother Doherty, pilot; center is award.

... before she was married? Arnold right Farley Is ,William ALl, radarmanand Russell, ff, .' The citation, signed by the

Applicant: I didn't have any plane captain. In bottom photo commander of the Seventh Fleet,

mother before she was married Lt. Jim Tenbrink reads off a Vice Admiral R. P. Drisco, readsin

e e dispatch to Lt. Bill Morhle ;' ., part:
who plots on the squadron t '\-' '
8N: I suppose all geniuses are weather map.VJ2T .It.., '' ". "For meritorious achievementwhile
: *'
,,' ,
are conceited. \ participating in aerial i
.
.. Chief: Some of them but Hunters ( flight as pilot of a jet type fight.

I'm not. ,. I \ er aircraft in Fighter Squadron

e S Find >'. .. 837, Air Group 15, attached to the .

Girl: Gosh, it's past midnight. Report'Cane'Charlie' r \. \ l. USS Antietam. On 9 Dec 1951,

You'd better get going. in attacks on North Korean and
Sailor: Okay. Turn out the { ....x :. ;:-r' Chinese Communist forces, Lt.

lights. !fr 'J": d. Wisnyi led his division on a
Hurricane Hunters of Weather :. ; 01 e
... '
,....
fighter of airfields and
S e S l' sweep reconnaissance -
Squadron Two-of Jax encountered s
Husband (fin bed with his golf their third hurricane of the of roads and railroads

clubs): "Well, you said I had to season last week. in the erea from Chongjin
choose didn't ," north to Hoeryong on the Yalu
you '
e S Hurricane 'Charlie", however, River ."
was not located in the usual .
"How did your brother die?" manger. Usual reports of suspicious Blue Barron Due Here
"lie fell through some scaffolding
areas are given by either Four Donors Join

.. land stations or ships at sea and
"What was he doing up there?" are then investigated by the Half-Gallon Club;

"Being hanged." "Hunters" to ascertain the inten For Three-Night Stand Bring Total To 9Following
e S
sity of the storm. But in this
are the recognized
The civil service applicant applied the ""Hunters" dis-
case were Blue Barron, creator of the
members of the NAS Jax Half-
for a position in the diplomatic patched to a given point and "Music of Yesterday and Today" reer while attending Ohio University Gallon Club. These people
corps. failing to find the storm there where he played with various
brings his band to the Naval Air have donated at least four
"What makes you think you are set out to look for it. college outfits. Sensitive to
Station for a three-night stand
pints of blood to the Armed
qualified" he was asked. the value of polish and showmanship
next week. Forces Blood Donor Center
"I've been married 20 years," They found it several hundred he rebelled against the excessive
Monday, Oct. 6, he will play at here.
he answered modestly, "and my miles north of the erea where it blaring of most bands and .
wife still thinks I have a sick was supposed to be. When first NATTCenter's auditorium, Tues- stylized his music along mellow Thomas C. I'erkinsNAS

friend." noticed "Charlie"' was several day at Malnslde and Wednesdayat lines, achieving instant pot)ularity. CommunicationsJames
the "0" Club. Dance time is '
e E. Mayo, AN-Over-
hundred miles north of the Bahamas Hand-picking his band personnel ( ,

A newspaper got a call from a close enough to cause 2000. with meticulous care, Barron haul & Repair

woman who wanted her spouse'sname concern here at Jacksonville. The Barron started his musical ca- ended up with only top flight musicians Kelly B. Smith, AM2-FirstLieutenant's

put in the obituary column Station was placed in Condition tracking all suspicious areas. and entertainers His vo Office

because she caught him kissinghis II and remained in that status un. The unit works in close con cal staff includes Betty Clarke, Harold V Smith, AK3-

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

"He starts tomorrow," to sea and disappeared to the : located at San Juan, P. R. The Barron Glee Club. '
William S. Heffernan, MRC
S 4 -
north. six which make the -
crews up
-Sub 3 Green Cove
"What kind of oil do you use e squadron alternate each week on Lift Formosa Kin Ban Group ,
Springs
in your car, Bill" VJ-2 Is the' only weather the San Juan assignment with
Taipei, Formosa (AFPS) -The Lt. Howcll R. Fellows-
"Oh, I usually start by telling squadron operating on the east each unit remaining there for ban
restricting dependent travel In Overhaul & Repair
them how lonely I am." co a stand is responsible for two weeks.
Nationalist China ha* been lifted, William A. Gesell, FN-Sub

Picked Up By German Sub Off Carolina permitting U. S. dependents> of the Group 2, Green Cove Springs
American military assistance advisory Leroy Jones, AM2-Fasron

group on Formosa to be I 9, Cecil Field}
First of
U. S. Prisoner War Has Genuine re-united with their families here.
.r
Th announcement, made by' ilia j.
Appreciation For American FreedomIt Gen. William Chae, is expert to All Gains Vole

bring the first group of depen-

was ten years and I five 1 YF and gave me my fill of subma- denta by November. As Honor Man
pY P
months ago on the morning of rines." The sub stalked up and I

\ April 30, 1942, that a small Navy down the East Coast and fired Belgium before the war. At AN School

yacht pulled anchor at Cape Hat- torpedoes on one occasion. It finally Lt. Carter said that he prob-
of the Airman Preparatory
Honor man
teras, North Carolina and made worked its way down the ably would not have survived If -
School at the Naval Air
way to sea into a dull, doleful coast and over the ocean to the it hadn't been for'the ten.pound
Technical this i
morning.It Y famous German sub base at St. package of food sent into the TrainingCenter
week Is Donald H. Smith, Airman
camp by the American Red Crews
Nazalre France. "I'll for-
never
seemed to be any other rou- Apprentice.
tine day for patroling along the get in all my life the happinessI every week.
e Don completed the Prep School
Atlantic coast to the crew of the N' 4: SMd felt when we first saw the red-
Carter and the other prisonerswere with a final average of 91.15
USS Cythera. It would have been topped houses and green hills of
moved a 'little ahead on a which topped all other averagesof
normal too it not for that port city, he commented.
e
were -
forced march of 100 miles across the 359 students in his class.Entering .

German submarine lurking along / He and his shipmate were soon Germany. At the city of Lubeck, --. .... the
the East Coast at that time.
,: g separated, with Lt. Carter being Germany, they could go no further Navy In April,
;el.N
.: moved to Paris and thence to a because of the sea and so were 1952, hew a. .
"It was roughly 2400", recalls North Sea German naval base. liberated in that city after spend rn w sent to Bain-

the then Chief Pharmacists Mate N The other man was sent to Poland ing exactly three years and two o 0 bri'dge, Md., for

and now Lt. Charles H. Carter, and from there was put to workin days as a German war prisoner. boot camp and
Medical Service Corps officer at Lt. Carter the salt mines. The two After Ymi
.. men returning to this country, 1 upon comple-
the Naval Air Technical Training vivor struggling to stay afloat never saw each other again whilein it was reported that he was the i tion was assigned .

Center, "when my Commanding The man was sick from swallowing the service. first American captured by the to school

Officer and I were on the bridgeof oil and salt water. Upon arriving at the naval Germans ,fighting under the here at the

the ship. A torpedo blast shook base, Lt. Carter was given solitary American flag. Smith Center.

the small craft and we were Hauling his shipmate upon the confinement for 12 weeks He later learned that his shipmate Before entering the service, he

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

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

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

managed to cling to a raft that After the sub surfaced, they the next stop for shim and here good thing that came out of my !)on'. next assignment will bIn .

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

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

through which bits of ship wreck which, as he put it, "was the One interrogator had been a sales genuine appreciation of the rights Electronicsman School in that

j age protruded, he noticed one sur- worst experience. -encountered. man for an American company hi of an American citizen" city.
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Marine Mittmen

'

0 Top Whitehats

In ANP) Affair

Marine pugilists took their
third smoker and the ANP) box-

Ing crown as they overpowered
Navy mittmen In six of eight
bouts last week

All fights" were won by decision\
With John Charvat
but there seemed little doubt: la
"One thing for sure" Coach Dave Barksdale told us Monday after any of the matches. A Swedish
his return from Parris Island, "We've got a bunch of athletes out bell ringer affair concluded the
there who don't mind the close contact. Tough fibered guys who'll night's entertainment,
battle sixty minutes, despite the odds."
Openingfestivities, White Hat"Babe"
Navy's defense, although battered for eleven touchdowns in a Howard won a bantam
74-0 pounding, was the only bright spot in defeat. And it's hard to lYWHAMJack tussle from Bud Brown, but the
call that kind of defense bright. --- Marines countered with their
""But the boys showed me they'll hustle," Barksdale related, Fisher catches a hard left to the face delivered first win of the evening when
"and that's what it will take to complete the remaining eight games. by Charles Mansur at last week's smoker held at NATTCenter. John Volz won over Bill Millikenin
Marine Mansur won the bout as he helped his teammates
Our spirit is still high and we'll go all out to beat Patuxent River over the white hats in an intercompany card. score a 126-pound event.
Saturday.The I Steve Aviles bounced back with
locals simply couldn't muster an offensive threat. And it's Sobieraj Wilson Tie.Breaker Used To the second Navy victory by out.
not surprising when you try to open holes through a line that I pointing Bill Kitchens for the 135-:
averaged 225 pounds with guys weighing 20 to 30 pounds: less. Pick Contest WinnerPaul pound win. Marine Chuck Man
I Cop City TitleNavy Prohoniak, SN, ComFairJax sur rocked welter Jack Fisher.It .
Pi's line was the difference. And that was the story. men Ben Sobieraj and won the first. Football Spec.I was all Marine from then on.
The burly Leatherneck defenders broke through time and again ]Leon Wilson again bested all al last week on the strength of Randy Oldes plastered Lou Marot-
to rock Navy ball carriers who were unable to control the pigskin as I competition to gain the Men's his prediction of the Notre' ails at 155; Jim Cumin swept the
it spurted from their grasp. City doubles tennis title at Dame-Pennsylvania game. I 160-pound class title from Cliff
Roscoe Hansen, 6-3, 222-pound tackle from North Carolina, j Boone Park last Monday, makingit Prohoniak and Mike Hollack I Thompson and Ben Tobin ham.
knifed through from left tackle to block a Don Meyerchick punt on | the second consecutive year VP-3, missed only three ties I mered heavyweight "Rocky" Yar-
fourth down the first time the Fliers had possession of the ball.It that Wilson has shared the honor. that resulted on the 22-game I osh for the final win.
was a tell-tale omen. Andy Ziebe and Edward Loyd card, but Hollack was further I Classic for the evening came in
Although the locals counted 11 first down: they penetrated the fell victim to the duo in the finals from the correct score of Notre the semi-main, light-heavy event
Islander's soil only twice; the deepest cut ending on the 25. The 2-6, 6.3, 6.2, with Wilson Dame's 7.7 stalemate with Penn.In when Al Peck came from the floor
game was well into the third heat when a Harry Stuldreher to and Sobieraj having to come third place with four misseswas in the first and third to almost
Sammy Sizemore pass was complete at the PI 41, the play covering from behind to score their' win. L. W. Slocum, AE "B" I score a TKO before the third
14 yards. Joe Mastice picked up a yard through the middle but the Last week Bantam Ben lost School who failed on the Villa-I round ended.
drive was halted when Stuldreher was thrown for a 14 yard loss the City singles title in the finalsto nova-Clemson fray. Slocum pick I Lt. Col. James Lindsay present.
on an atempted pass. Gordon Werden, Bolles Academy ed Clemson to win and, as did ed the Marine squad with its trophy .
the other two winners, failed to
tennis coach.Medics and Lcdr. Starton Waddell
Shortly after, the Fliers regained possession when Leo Elter I predict ties for Notre Dame. gave the Navy (earn its award.
punted out of bounds on the Navy 47. Stuldreher pitched incomplete Penn, Oklahoma-Colorado and Each contestant was presentedwith
to Joe Huggins on the PI 45, but interference was ruled. I Show 'urdue-Penn State. an individual award.
When two plays failed to gain, Don Meyerchick dropped backto
punt. Meyerchick took two strides forward to boot the ball and Way In I IM
the over anxious PI linemen were assessed a roughing the kicker FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT

penalty. Navy had a first down on Pi's 32. I I Keg PlayIntramural THE WINNERS
Sizemore took another Stuldreher pass to the 27 and three plays
Games for Saturday Oct. 4
later gained two yards. Not enough for the first down and Parris ,
bowling teams
Island took over Jax Navy's scoring hopes had vanished.: stiff competition in their continue (Home teams in right column)

The most heartening note of the game was the work of Jax NAS league, with Medical show. Army ..............::................. vs .............._..........J3o.. Calif.
Navy's defensive backs, Bob Dipasquali, Otis Russell, Don Mac. ing to good advantage in all contests Columbia ..................._..._. vs _................_...._.. Harvard
Millan, Art Eisenbrand, Homer' Brinson and Meyerchick. to date.Splitting Navy............................... vs ............................_ Cornell
points in the opener, Dartmouth ...................... vs ......._...................._... Penn
"If we can find a scoring punch to go with that defense we'll Operations and O&G each rackedup Pittsburgh ......................... vs ......._.........__.Oklahoma
stay even with the remaing teams on the schedule" Barksdale said, 2 points, while Fasron-6 drop Illinois ...-........__............._ vs .......................... Wisconsin
Sizemore and Stuldreher were the only backs who proved effec. ped Blood Bank with a 4-0 shut Iowa ......................._........... vs ._..............._......... Indiana
tive against the PI defense. Parris Island's line, out-weighing the local out Fasron-0 whipped ORCInst.1. Michigan State ..............._ vs ........._.._......_._. Stanford
forward wall by 25-pounds per man, held the Fliers in check California ......................... vs ........................ ..Minnesota
constantly. VP-861 forfeited to Special Notre Dame ...................... vs ............._....._.......... Texas
Sizemore and end George Shotwell broke loose in the PI second. Services, Dental downed Marines Purdue ......._..................... vs ........................ Ohio State
ary to make fine stabs of Stuldreher's aerials. But, and this will 3.1, and the Medicos swamped Alabama .............._............ vs ..._........................_. Miami
hurt Jax Navy all season, Shotwell was probably in uniform for the VJ-62, 4-0.. Clemson ..........................._ vs ......................_. Maryland\
last time. He's due for a transfer to another station. O&G again failed to get into Citadel ......_..........._......... vs ......................_...... Florida
That was the situation at Parris Island last Saturday.'Little in the win column as it was wrecked Tennessee ..........._............. vs ..._..._........___..... Duke .
formation is available on the Patuxent River Bombers but glancingat 4-0, by Fasron-6 while VP. North Carolina ................ vs .............................. Georgia
the press clippings on hand, Saturday's foe appears to be a light .741 bowed to ORC-Inst, 3.1 and Arkansas ..........__............. vs ......................._..._ TCU
opponent that can be handled. Fasron-51 mopped up the Blood LSU .................._.._.......... vs .... Rice
Jax Navy to enter the win column by downing Patuxent this Bank, 4-0. Kentucky ____....._......... vs ._.ZZIZZrTexas A&M

weekend. A second split was accorded to Jax Navy _....__............._. vs ........._......._...... Patuxent
Fasron-6 and Dentists, 22. Medicos .
Predict the
( score of this
)
Another weekend and another listing of football selections on however, pasted VJ-2, 4-0, game

tap. We'll expand our picks this week to give you a cross sectional while FAW-ll edged Special Illinois __.........._..._._... vs ........_.............. Wisconsin
view of the major elevens throughout the country. Texas to trip !, Services, 31.Members .
Notre Dame in a toughie is our pick of the week. of the "200" Club"are
Wake Forest over Boston; Navy over Cornell; Penn over Dartmouth joining thick and fast as the Name .-. : nat /Rank.
; Holy Cross over Fordham; Oklahoma over Pitt; Princetonover NAS intramural bowling season

Rutgers; Nebraska over Iowa State; Kansas over Colorado; enters its second week. Four Unit Assigned To ...............................__._.__...._ Phone......_._
Michigan over Stanford; Michigan State over Oregon State; Ohio men joined the ranks of the stars
State over Purdue; Houston over Oklahoma A&M; Tulsa, over Cincinnati last week by virtue of hittingover RULES
; Illinois over Wisconsin; Miami over Alabama; Mississippiover 200 in league games.
Auburn; Florida over Citadel; Maryland over Clemson; Ken Comdr. William Lyons hit for 1. To enter the contest you simply( indicate your choiceof
tucky over Texas A&M; Rice over LSU; Penn State over William 211 on the local alley and Joe 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
and Mary; Georgia Tech over SMU; TCU over Arkansas (the defending Crevar of FAW-ll followed with teams you think will play to a tie score.
Southwestern champs to enter the win column for the first two 200 plus games, 232 and 200."Corny" 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
time); Arizona over Utah; California over Minnesota; Idaho over Furst of Special Serve count as losses unless predicted.
Oregon; Southern California over Army; UCLA over Washingtonand ices kegled a 221 to also claim 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the .
I game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
Indiana over Iowa. membership. the most nearly correct score will win the contest.
.
4. blanks
Entry incompletely filled out will not be con-
SHORT SHOTS. Missed seeing Pete Waldmeir, Parris Island scuTnfvlT sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
I
sports publicity head, who,was in the hospital at game time. Pete'sa I the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
5. In the
event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
likeable guy that does a great job in handling publicity and his any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
absence in the press box Saturday was definitely felt. The pub. ratings.
lie address system at PI rang out with, "Only two words should be 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build.
the minds of Parris
on Island football fans this week, beat Quan ing, 930.
tico," immediately after the came. And with that hopeful thought 7. All military and civilian personnel 1, with the exceptionof
a host of Marine trainees left Varsity Field. Pi's band put on a personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con.
very fine half time demonstration to the delight of all present and it test.
8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
alone
well
was worth the price of admission.
9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
We're anxious to see Paul Williamson's National Football Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.
ratings this week on service teams. His listings last week had Boll- .. TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
ing AFB in the top spot with Camp Lejuene second. On down the ..'i .. First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
line it was San Diego NTC, Bainbridge, Quantico, Fort Eustis, Fort "Who 4. wanted seconds meatballs Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
, Jackson, Fort Lee, Parris Island and Great Lakes. on third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. *




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2 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven




Fliers In Home Debut Saturday Against Patuxent I





Locals Emerge From PI




t S Scrape In Good ShapeCrash



I crews and fire trucks hate been alerted this weekend .

t at Patuxent Hiver where a crippled Bomber is expectedto

r make its way down the landing: strip sometime Saturday

night following its grid encounter with Jax Navy Saturdayat

S 1400. Th2 area of battle will be the Varsity Field, cornerof

Yorktown and Mustin.

Cause of the damage will be 1 -
gomery W. Va., here they nut
pigskin flak hurled from the rifle
a once tried West Virginia Tech
'
arm of"Harry Stuldreher and a'
v
t
eleven but a score was not available -
battering array of touchdownsthat
,
will penetrate the Bombers'
Bomber t'e! Single Wing
fuselage on short and long range
Pax River uses the elngle-wing
shots by Jax Navy's jet backs.
to unfold its offensive strength
Even the Navy goat will be on
and Johnny Stone, a 200-pound
iiilI hand here Saturday with an expected -
8T11EY'LL fullback from Hudson, Ohio, fig
capacity crowd to watch
to be of the drh'-
ures one power
HELP FLIERS' CAUSE-A formidable quartet of the Fliers engage Patuxent Riverin
Jax Navy's '52 grid squad, which makes its NAS debut Saturday their first home game of the ing runners the Fliers must thwart
against Patuxent are James Arnold, end; Harry Stuhldreher if they exp'ct'Iclory.
taking snap from center Everett Crews and punter Don Meyer- season. Battle helmets will be issued Harry Jensen, 160-pound scat
thick. Kickoff time is 1400. All personnel in the Jacksonville area, at the gate.
back from New Haven, Conn., will)
military and civilian, are invited. Still smarting from Its 74-0 Ions'
attempt to reel oft yardage from
Island last week
to Parris Jax
his tailback slot and he'll have a
Three ClubsIn Navy will be out to receive an
: lot of beef forward to assist
up _
I JJj accolade from
nm news a pigskin public him in his efforts
that is not cominced the Fliers
Volleyball A stalwart in the Bombeis line
own an offense capable of producing
will be Tom McShane, a 230-poun

League TieThere touchdowns center who has twice before garnered -
otsi Patuxent River dropped its
all-Navy l laurels. At guard
opener two weeks ago, a 140thumping
was no change among I I for the visitors will be Harold
handed down by the
the Mainside intramural volley- Lebeau, 174-pound lad fiom Cfli-
I Cherry Point Marines. Last week
ball leaders last week as O&R, I ney Mich.Hate.
the Bombers journeyed to Mont-
Fasron Six and the VP-741 Ga i Heavy Ta kh's)
'
tors swept through two games Defensively the Bombers will rely -

each without defeat to make it Island Smothers RingCombineGoes on Roy Palmer, 245-pound ..

tour in A row. tackle from Chicago, 111., and Tony

0&R romped past VJ-62, 15-2, I Langer, anchoring the other tackle -

15-2, but found some difficultly in ; Against slot with 215 pounds. Langer is
Fliers In Grid
disposing of VP-861, 15-13, 15.12 Opener exceptionally fast for his size andis

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

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

downed Fasron 109, 15-1, 159.VP741'a I holes in the Jax Navy line last Saturday on Varsity Field to score with a quad of hard

three times and spearhead a 74-0 win for the Parris Island Marines. hitting, stylish boxers, Coach Al Public Intltrd
Gators were not extended
Pi's win spoiled the Fliers' '52 : Mueller will take his Jax Navy An Invitation has been extended -
as they defeated Fasron I the ended 60-0.
quarter team to Raiford Prison
boxing ,
head coach Dave the general Jacksomlllf
as
opener pew
51, 15-2, 15.6, and VP-861, 15-0,
15-1. Barksdale saw his athletes heldto .1 Foul Up On Time Saturday, Oct. 4, to do battle public to attend the game. All

minus three yards on the Although the press box clock with a crew of Prison pugilists. civilian residents need only
Completing last vneek's ,
games ground by e rugged Marine line. showed the game over, officials Mueiler has been working the rasa through the gates and state
VP-741 Bombers won a forfeit
that repeatedly knifed through i allowed play to continue and the station boxing team nightly in their destination to gain admit-
from while the
Supply, remaininggames Navy defenders to spill wouldbeball Islanders added their eleventh the Mainside gym while assistant tance to the game.
not recorded withSpecial
were carriers for a loss. I touchdown on a pass from John coach Bill "Tiny" Noblitt

Services office, Building The issue was never in doubt. Idzik to Kinek that spanned 13 holds sessions at NATTCenter to Coach Dave Barksdale has altered
*30. I
It took the honicstanders only yards. Navy fumbled to set-up alcviate the crowded situation. his starting backfield from

Teas The standings: V'. I. 1:27: to break Billy Mixon, former the touchdown. "We've got a good bunch of last week to incjude Stuldreher at

f) fc R . ........... .........4 0 University of Georgia ace, Leatherneck backs rolled out boys," Mueller said, "and I think quarter, Larry White and Sammy
Kanroit Six{ .................... 4 0'P.74l
\ Galore .................. 4 0 through an opening on the left 307 yards on the ground and Vacanti's they'll give Jax Navy a fine Sizemoie at the halves and Charlie
Knuion :51 .. . ............... 1 1 side from the Navy 48 to score. I arm accounted for most squad this year. There's a lot of Tucker at full.Sizemore .
..
VP-741 Bombers ......... .... 1 2
K *ron J09 ... ..............,.. 1 2 Sam Vacanti's first of eight extra of Pi's 155 yards via the air. talent on this station that can be who carries 170
Supply ... .. n
iMatWi
::.:.:.::.:.......:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.?..:.:: o iOperntloni points made it, 7-0. I Stuhldreher end Iggy Soisson brought to light if given half the pounds on a 5-0 frame, Is expectedto

Sonlcet). .................... 0 0 1Special 2 Lead 39-0 At Half teamed to pitch strikes on 10 of chance and that's what we'rehere carry the burden of the ground

VJ4I2 ... .... ..::;J.:...".::::::.. 0 2 From that point a crowd of 21 attempts for 130 yards. for." duty while Stuldreher's arm hold
;VIM 61 .. ........ .......,... 0 3
over 6,500, predominately Marine Mixon lead the ground gainers While only eight fighters will the key to Jax Navy's attack.

Rain Slows NATTC trainees, sat back and with 74 yards on 11 carries while see action against Raiford, Mueller Sliotuell DepartsJoe .

watched the Islanders score at Don Meyerchick totaled 20 yardson will carry an overload squadso Huggins has replaced

Touch Grid Action will. PI held a 26-0 bulge at the three tries for the Navy. that all might get a look at George Shotwell at left end following

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

TC intramural touch footballers4o two TD's and a conversion in the I even dozen ground plays but deep squad," Mueller added," and NAS. Peppery James Arnold will

curtail action last week, only second to leave the field at half I the former University of Michigan there's plenty of competition at flank the right side


(- i. Elter bucked right tackle from several times on quarterback Left hooking Jim DeSantes received tect the center of the Flieis line

AO Ships Company showedIheir the eight for the second touchdown sneaks that ate up yardage and the nod at 131 and at 128 will be Everett Crews, one of

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

win 12.0, in the lone game. Carolina great of 1950, added I The scoring: penter will enter the ring for Toe-to-toe with Crews will be

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

Five Pick-Up Points jaunt minutes later. Jerry Elliott PI 26132114 74 are Babe Howard, 118, Steve Ron Lawhead on the right.At .

intercepted a Harry Stuhldreher I Scoring touchdown-PI( ) Elliott Aviles, 135, James Gumm, ICO, tackle l will be Terrell De For Ballots
Pigskin to George Shotwell aerial on the Mixon, Elter 3, Hayes 2, Sam Williams, 134, Tom Burns- man and ",'mon Barco. Both lads

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

sonnel who are una b 1 e to side unmolested to end the first points-Vacant! 8 (placements). and Tommy Fisher 175. i I Island

make the trip to Mainside or period scoring. I ,- -

do not have access to yard Jack Bishop returned the second I
mail privileges, five locations half kickoff for the Fliers to Close Race In Mainside Touch GridLoop I

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

ball Special ballots. North Carolina's Roscoe Hanson '
broke from tackle to Hurricane condition two forced I in a tow. Stackhouse cored twice a dozen points In each half.
through re-
Jax Personnel Air News may Football leave their cover a fumble and the Marines postponement of two intra-mural'.I and added an extra point while I I Marines forfeited to Fasron 109

Special had the ball on the 31. Two plays touch football games at NAS last I teammates Marlin Biigman and to give the victors\ number two
picks at of the following '
any later Hayes counted through the Thursday but VJ-62, Hospital and Norman Reilz each counted once. for the season
locations, to be picked up by I 'I
right side. Supply won respective games ear- The Patrolmen's scoring was Standings:
deadline time 1700
Friday. (1)
Jax Air News offices Build Too Much Power lier in the week. done by J. F. Hollingsworth, who I Turn .. M, I..

Vacanti! went over on a quar- The Corpsmen, still stunned hit pay dirt twice, and J. L. Fred- i Fusion JOT ..................... 2 O'
ing 930 Mainside; (2)) Navy terback sneak from the one at from their 8-6 defeat at the handsof enberger. P. G. Lee was credited Supply ... ..................... 2 0
Exchange canteen NATTC; last week received with extra i NARTU ....................... 1 o
(3) Naval Hospital Exchange 9.00; of the third after his pass to << Hospital a an point. ::0, & G ......................... 1 0p.861
Bob Schnelker had carried deep forfeit from VP-861 to even their Jerry Warren and Jim Rutherford \ .. ...................... i 1
canteen; (4)) Main lobby of into Navy territory. Fullback won-lost record for the season. shared scoring honors for VJ- I Honpital ........."........... 1 1
Overhaul and Repair depart VJ-62: ................""" 1 1
Paul Anders Penn State's Behind the running of Harry 62, M the rhotoitea put an air VP-741 ... J 2
rep- '
ment; (5) Fasron Six itt shop I r-'asron Six i :::::::::::::,,,::::: 0 1
resentative on the PI eleven, Stackhouse, Supply trimmed VP- tight defense on Fasron 51 for a Famon 31 .................."... 0 2
canteen counter. crashed left guard from the 5 and I 741, 25-18, for Ms second victory 24-0 victoiy. TIlt winners counted Marines .....,...........,,,., 0 2i'

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2 October, 1952 I


Can Your Fire Record Improve?'




(property Items offering such as for washing sale articlesof ma .1j rr: ( Past Year's Record Shows


chines, automobiles, furniture, ra ee" yes
'J
dios, clothing and the like are prohibited ." ._ :: ,fv ', )
by Defense Department I No Serious Fires Here

regulations.) This column will,
however, list such services as There was not one single serious fire at Naval Air Station -

available housing, rides wanted I !! Jacksonville during the period from Sept. 1, 1951 to

and lost and found articles or other Sept. 1, 1952

similar notices.) Some of the' activities listed below making this concerted effort to

can be proud of their fire
FOR KENT eliminate fire hazards in your

Furn. 2rm. apt., 2148 RosselleSt. prevention records. Others can homes, offices, shops, and work-

Ph. 75461./) Mrs. Emory. j stand to take this fire prevention ing areas, why not continue this
i Idea more seriously. effort day of the Prevention
Furn. 3rm. apt., 2148 Rosselle -_._,-, .--- r i. every year.
A Good Habit pays!
St. Ph. 75461. Mis. Emory.
I CARELESSNESS Here's an
I Fire Prevention Week this year There .is no better time than
of carelessness.This .
6-rm. house, 4656 Column Rd. $75 example plain
wooden locker in one of <. ; is being observed from Oct 5 now to start practicing Fire Pre,
6td
Ph. 112827. Burch ,
mo. Raymond the Hangars was set ablaze v3 through Oct. 11. When you begin venti on. It's a habit very easily
1 dble. rm. 2031 Herschell, Five when a careless person left a and
acquired once acquired will
points. Mrs. Goodman. lighted cigarette atop the locker. .* Ya+..,tiSur ,
Arrows show origin of remain with you.
Furn. 1 bedrm. apt, 2075 Hyde blaze. Fortunately the blaze Not Just Word'

Park Rd. Ph. 21496. Mrs. B. C. was extinguished before It had Fire Prevention is not Just
gone too far. The damage
Overby. would have been tremendous words. It's real. It's somethingyou -
1 dble. rm., 2750 Oak St., Apt. 4 if allowed to spread in the can do. It's something that

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

Brown. Let's acquire this habit that will

4-rm. house, unfurn, $50 mo. 330 save,, not destroy,
W. 26th St. Ph. 3-9729. Sam Here's List Ol Here is a list of responses of

Jensen. fire apparatus for period from

Furn. 2-bedrm. apt., 1062 Ocean 27 Worse FiresIn Sept. 1, 1951 to Sept. 1, 1952.
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Ph. 8- Some of these figures may look

1 5371 or. 2-5145, Mr. Simmons.MISCELLANEOUS big, but a good many of them
U. S.
1 HistoryHere represent trash and Dempster

Wanted: Responsible party to Dumpster fires.
drive 1950 Buick to Los Angeles is a list of the 27 worst Thl J.ad

Calif., mid Oct. Must be fires and explosions in American Overhaul A Repair ........ ..1'.r. 23 Yr.19 r

over 25 with references. Ph. ext. history worst from the viewpoint ,rSupply .. .. ..... ......... 3 's
Public Work ............... 2 4
540 or 889442. Lt Beyer. of the 7,375 lives lost in NATTC ............ ........ .118 64
G Riders wanted: Driving to Nor. contrast to the millions of dol. PREVENTS SPREAD OF FLAMES-Here's proof that fire Malnsld .. ................39 29
folk, Va., Oct. 12 or 14, share prevention pays. Soiled rars left in an outside paint locker caught Naval Hospital ............. 11 8
lara in property damage. Theyare NARTU .;.. .. ... .......... .1 4
afire but the fire itself within the confines of the locker
Ph. ext. 8238. Mrs. kept ,
0 expenses. FAW'll Activities .......... 10 14
Lebsack. arranged in the order of the away from buildings. If rags were in building, no telling what the Housing Area ... .. ....... 10 11
number of fatalities resulting damage would have been. Such safety precautions the outside Security 0 9
.e.
::: ::::::::: :
Riders wanted: Driving to Nor from each fire. paint locker pay oft.It's False Alarms .. 12 28

folk, Va., to meet USS Wasp. Total .. .. . ,2'\I! 189
1. Peshtigo, Wis., and environs A Good HabitAttention
Ph. 30576. Mrs. Henson. Not included in this compilation -
((1871) .................. 1,152 miscellaneous
Ride wanted: from Park St. and I are 62 calls made for
Willow Branch to Ad Bldg. 2. New Yoik, N. Y., S.S. fires off the station.

0800 to 1630. Ph. ext. 437 or General Slocum ((1904)) 1,021 To Fire PreventionTo .

328. Phyllis Cox. 3. Chicago, Ill., Iroquois Scouting The Squadrons
i Theatre ((1903)) ................ 602
Ride wanted: from Oak and King,
(Continued from Page 4)
to Bldg. 902. 0730 to 1600. Ph. 4. Boston Mass., Cocoanut Be Stressed Next WeekAlthough AA, who will be sporting airman

ext. 720. Edith Wewer. Grove Night Club (1942).491) stripes in October as a result.
5. Texas City, Texas, Water
Ride wanted: from Post and Edge- A good conduct medal, earned
wood or Edgewood and Roosevelt Front Explosion ((1947).... .468 the Naval l Air Station's fire protection forcesare by Willie J. Wall, AD2, has arrived -

0730 to 1600. Ph. ext. 669, 6. Cloquet, Minn., and environs ever on the alert every day of the week, they will join in the VC-5 personnel office -

Mr. Eckles. ((1918) .................. 400 the rest of the nation next week to review; ,and emphasizethe for presentation to him.
Share 7. Columbus, Ohio, State ever-present dangers of fire to life and property.The .
driving alternately from _._._ Although 12 people have departed -
Penitentiary ((1930) ........ 320 station will be awakened, -- -
Alpha-Hamilton St., Murray operating with the fire department from VC-5 since September -
8. along with the populace, to the-
Hill. Chicago, Ill., "Great Fire",
Ph. ext. 240. CHSCKL
1 for either the separation
f ._.. need for fire during to make fire prevention pay
MacLeod. (October 8, 1871) .... 300 prevention
t center or other stations, the
9. New London, Texas, Fire Prevention Week which will not only during Fire Prevention
Baby sitter. Ph. 7-5901. Miss Bowen squadron roster shows a ret gain
2301 Herschel St. School ((1937) ..............- 294 be observed oct. 5 through Oct. Week, but every day of the week, for 23 others have ""reported

Found: Black horn-rim glasses, ,10. Brooklyn, N. Y., Con. 11. is stressed by Lt. Col. Paul Tri- aboard for duty.
way's Theatre (1876) .... 289 To closer attention to fire
near Bldg. 711, Ph. ext. 419. R. bring etel, NAS Security officer. Among them were Lt. James
E. 11, Natchez, Miss., Dance prevention, the station fire department
Pyle.
Lynch, new squadron landing signals -
Lost: White pearl Rosary beads, Hall ((1940)) .......>............. 207 will conduct demonstrations ,- officer, and Lt. Arthur J.

between Barin and Yard Office. 12. Collinwood, Ohio, Lake of fire-fighting methodsand ,A pocketfull of sixpence, Baker, ground officer.A .
Ph. ext. 334. Vera Russo. View School (1908)) ...... 176 fundamentals during the week
deficit will probably be recorded -
Lost: 2 Beagle hounds, answer to 13. Boyertown, Pa., Opera throughout the station. shoot full of rye, in the near future by VC-5
and House ((1908) ..._............ 1G9 IA
Spotty Skipper. Contact J. cigarette in beef- yeoman though for 15 more mem-
Lopez AOC. Ph. ext. 8473 or 14. Hartford, Conn., Circus NAS will dUpaUh one of its bers are scheduled for assignmentto
Orange Park 84171. (1944)) ......._..................... 168 boats to participate with the Jack- !What a way to d/ef the separation center.

Wanted someone to take 2yr.old 15. Hoboken, N. J., Docks sonville fire department on a ........
girl from Jacksonville to New and Ships ((1900)) ............ 145 mammoth fire boat demonstration .'" '...

York. Will pay portion of fare. 16. New York, N. Y., Triangle to be held in the St. John's 4 'l'li

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

chett (1911) .............................. 145 Acosta Bridges. ,
17. Asbury Park, N. J., S.S. .
Here on the base too, a specially -
Morro Castle ((1934)...........134 i
designed float, bearingthe
18. Cleveland, Ohio, Gas
OH'T theme, "Wheel of Misfortune,"
OAih18l1E Plant (1944) ..._......_...... 130
which points out hazardous fire
\ 19. Cleveland, Ohio, Clinic
WITH IfR..a conditions, will be touring the station -
Hospital (1929)) ..._........ 125
all week long.
20. Atlanta, Ga., Wynecoff
THE.ODDi AREAOAl'HSTYOUg e C
Hotel (1946)) .................. 122
21. West Frankfurt Boy Svouts, who have been Indoctrinated -
; Ill., ;F, e..$.
Mine Explosion (1951)) _.....119 by fire department
22. Centralia, Ill., Mine Ex- personnel, will be Inspecting resi-

plosion (1947) .............. 111 dences for fire hazards. They
23. Camden" S. C., School carry with them special forma UIa

((1923)) ..*........................... 77 which must be filled out. Cor- ,
i 24. Effingham, Ill., St. An- rective measures will be appliedin

thony's Hospital ((1949).74) those cases needed.

25. Chicago, Ill., La Salle The fire department will hold
J
Hotel (1946)) .................. 61 open house all week, with visitors
26. Davenport, Iowa, Mercy welcome, Fire Chief Donald Moran

Hospital ((1950)) ............ 41 has announced. .
r
27. Chicago, 111., Street Car. *
WTH 1U41 Gasoline Truck Collision Purpose of tills Fire Prevention

(1950)) ..._........:........_... 34 Week is to make military and civilian -
personnel conscious of the I;T ._ '" I :11I m mlI:iJlBL.

Joe: "Which would you rather Inestimable damage created by COMMON OCCURANCE-Here's a scene quite common at
1 1t give up-wine or women?" fires every year-most of them NAS-a fire within a Dempster Dumpster. Damage by fire is not
Moe"T: hat depends on the principally through carelessness. the thing here, but constant calls to the fire department to put
these out, ties up fire apparatus. Careful inspection of trash before
vintage. Importance .of all personnel co- dumping should be made.mmmm .



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