Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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College Credit Course Registration Today

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wine 11


Deadline November 1


Today For r Interest Picks Up In

College StudyPersonnel Morals Essay ContestMail

desiring to enrollin addressed to the Chaplain's Office has increased

the college extensioncourses steadily this past week, indicating: real interest in the Morals:
can register today be- Essay Contest being: held at the station.

tween the hours of 1500 and Enthusiasm to compete for val
personnel et NAS Jacksonvilleare
2100 at the NATTCenter ." .. ;.;' uable prizes is not limited tp eligible to enter the contest,
Technical Library, Building those for Div-
composing ,
: essays
and have until November 1 to
501.Courses ..l :.\ ::,, ision officers and Heads of Departments prepare their essays. Papers sub
scheduled the
on cur- encouraging their
\" '.'. are mitted must be between 300 and
riculum this semester Include Basic \ men to participate. Before the
800 words in length and writtenon
Mathematics United I States contest is concluded, there is a
one side of 8xlO- 4 paper,
History to 1865, Effective Speak. possibility of keen competitionfor .
They may be typed or written in
ing, Freshman English 101, Freshman honors among divisions anddepartment.s.
1- BATCH OF ESSAYS-Ronald L. Howard, SN, delivers ink, but must be legible. The
English 102, Elementary Accounting .
I of initial entries in the Morals Essay contest to Capt., writer should Include his name,
:, Personnel Management, Charles A. Dittmar, station senior chaplain, and Essay Contest All Personnel EligibleAll rate and duty station.
Problems In Personnel Management Committee Chairman. Many personnel have already submitted
Political Geography, Geography their essays, others have until November 1. All essays are referredto Navy and Marine Corps Essays must be on the general
of the Far East, and General the judges for review, with a fine list of. valuable prizes goingto theme of "Moral Values" and be
Psychology. the best essays. submitted in sealed envelopes

Info AvailableAll A Change In The Pay Check HalfGallonClub through division officers or unit
commanders to the Essay Contest
are three hour courses .
worth three hours of credit, and Boasts Committee, Chaplain's Office,

will be offered if a minimum of Crows Go To, 544 Here Building 750, NAS.

15 persons register for the course.A 25 MembersFollowing Fine Prizes Offered

representative of the General Judges representing all the

Extension Division of Florida will While 355 Add ChevronsA are the recognized commands concerned will award
conduct the registration and offer members of the NAS prizes for originality, content
guidance and information to any Jax Half Gallon Club. These and method of presentation. Decisions -

one Interested In college work. 1 total of 895 persons aboard the station will be sporting a people have donated at least will be made public by I
College Credit. new crow or an addition to their old one as a result of the competitive four pints of blood to the November 22: .

All courses offered are fully accredited exams held last' July, it has been revealed by commands con. Armed Forces Blood Donoc Wrist watches will go to first .,

and will' be accepted by cerned. .w .._ Cfnttl'.here: and second place winners; cam. \
most universities and colleges I 1 individual _-
Largest group was I Eleven new P03's, five PO2'i Harold M. Smith, HM2, Hos eras to 3rd and'4th place; pen
throughout the country. in grade E-4 (third class) where
and pencil sets to 5th and 6th
and two POl's will be added to
is to all military
program open 544 garnered their coveted first
the roster of Fasron 51 and Fas Robert A. Fricke, AFAN, place; a cigarette lighter to 7th
in the Jacksonville
personnel crow. Into the ranks of E-5 (sec.
and 8th and chain for
place a key
Six will benefit by the
area, their dependent and ond class), moved 156 and 95E5's ron : servo
civilian employees of the Naval l added their third chevron. ices of 43 new thirds, 11 new sec Alfred H. Lynn, AD2, NAR- 9th and 10th place.
Air Station. onds and four new firsts. Officers are not eligible for

Some Heartbreakers Many In SquadronsThe TU.M.. W. Simpkins, Oi-R. prizes, but will receive medalsfor
More than 100 persons success I first, second and third place.
Peter J. McMinds, SA, Fas-
of VJ-62
nineteen men
fully passed examinations, but
MedalGiven Interested personnel will find
who will be advanced to E-4 ron 6.Charles.
due to quota restriction on rates,
background material in the library
A. Jenkins, AM2,
constitute the entire advance-
were not authorized for advance
and in editorials that have
To Chief For
ment at this time. ment of the squadron while VP- NARTU. in the Jax Air News.
NAS had 189 who were suc- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) Alton Dodd, ADI!, NARTU.H. Copies of back issues are avail-
Action C. Palmer, PR, VJ-62.
Heroic cessful for E-4, 43 for E-5 and 'able in the Air News office,

Chief Boatswain Warren W. : 18 for E-6 (first class). NATT- Military WearIs William J. McCann, AA, Building 930.Weather.
Center had 77 for P03, 33 for Fasron 9. J *
Stoke has been awarded the Navy P02 and 44 for PO1. ComFairJax R. L. Blouch, AA, Fasron 9.
and Marine Corps medal by theDtpartmen't staff will advance one to OptionalUntil Benny D. Huss, Fasron 51. Outlook

of the Navy. The first, three to second and nine to Nov. 15 Earl M. Schirm, AOC, VC-
medal was presented to the Chief Friday-Partly cloudy, warmer -
third while FAW-11 staff will 62.
by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, For the next 35 days personnelof light northerly winds.
have two new firsts, three new Ernest Jones, MM1!, SG 3,
NAS commanding officer, during seconds and three new thirds. the Sixth Naval District have Green Cove. Saturday-Scattered to bro
last Saturday's personnel inspec 37 In Fasron 109 the option of wearing either their ken clouds with scattered showers
Carlton Sutton, EMI, SG 3,
tion. Fasron 109's ranks of petty of- whites or blues. Green Cove. light and variable wind,

Risks, life ficers Will be increased by 31 However, on November 15 the Alford W. Stanford, Supply I maximum temperature, 84 de-
Stoke who is boat officer ,

new E-4's, four new E-5's end wearing of blues will become Dept.. I grees.
of the Operations Depart- and will continue until Sunday Partly cloudy, slightly -
I two new E-6's. VJ-2 will have mandatory Ralph G. Cummens, 1st. Lt. -
ment, was granted the award In in the cooler, east to northeasterlywinds.
two new firsts, five new seconds the next optional period
recognition of heroic action while (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) .
and 28 rookie thirds. spring.
serving aboard the USS Valcourin -.--- -- _._ n_ '_----.- .- --. .--.-.-.-.-
1951 On May 14 of that year,
the Valcour was In collision with Famed Fighting Squadron In Action

the USS Thomas, Tracy off the I

Virginia Risking Capes.his life in the raging VF-11's Red Rippers Lead Rocket Attack Against Enemy On Korea Front .

fires enveloping one side of the Leading the first combat ac.
VF-ll of the oldest World War II, ere also starting nine days before the
Valcour and which threatened to tion in the history of the aircraft though one ing
explode gasoline tanks and stor- carrier USS Kearsargewas and best known in naval avia- Red Ripper alumni. Korean conflict. .

age rooms adjacent to depth Comdr. Denny P. Phillips, tion. Formed in 1927, the list _.__ __ The USS Kear *
bomb magazines, Stoke made a commanding officer of Fighter of personnel who have served a ., I sarge was unable WHEN TilE 37,500 ton aircraft -

bold attempt below decks to locate Squadron 11, Jacksonvillehome with it include several active to see action wa recommissioned in
the extent of the damage. based unit. admirals, including Rear Adm. I in World February 1952 it was placed

Native VirginianHe Coming in the early morn Obborne B. Hardison, Com ; War II since it under the command of Capt.

was ,able to initiate protective ing, the action was a rocket mander Fleet Air Jackson. t wasn't commis.. Louis E. French, it's present

damage control measures, attack at Tanchon, on the east ville. sioned until skipper
which greatly minimized the 'danger coast of communistheldNorth 1. d 1946. Decommissioned Brought under fire in the

of further explosions and con- Korea, by VF-ll 'Red CAPT. Burnham C. Mc Caf- I ear. USS Kearsarge's initial com-

tributed to the ultimate salvage Rippers" in their Bansheesand free, commanding officer of -I -tv, .l I.-- 19.Irt, the bat action were warehouses,

of the vessel. by Panther jet piloU from NAS Jacksonville, and Comdr. Phillips big carrier was anti-aircraft position, barracks -
Stoke, who claims to be the only the USS Bon Homme Richard. David McCampbell, the Navy's broken out of mothballs just and troop concentra

one In the Navy with that name Combat is not new for number one Pacific ace dur a few months later, that work tiON.OffCampus .
spelling, is from Roanoke, Va.


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page Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 October 1952

Heporf From Washington

X J lIfs Half office.(Continued Gallon from Page 1) Armed Forces May Have

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

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

Jacksonville E. Mayo, AN, O&R.
Capt. Burnham C. MtCaffree _.._____..Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. .._._._ Executive Kelly B. Smith, AM2, 1st. .
Armstrong. Officer (ly Arm.d Fore ; PrMl S..lce) -- ------ --
Lt. Dave Barksdale .___........__..__ Public Information Officer Lt office. MaJ. Gen. Levi* II. Hershey plication form must be filled out.

Fleet Air Jacksonville Harold V. Smith, AK3, NAT- director of Selective Service, an- They ate: a) Identification of the
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ..........................._. Commander TCenter. veteran; b) program of educationand
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ._.___....____Chief of Staff nounced that changes must be for
training applied cl education
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Marvin. F. Apple, A02, made in Service regulations next -
Cept. Arthur S. Born ?......._.___........___.__. ...... Commander NATTCenter. year if "the Armed Forces are to training whileon
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton.______.. ._....._...__... Chief Staff Officer William Heffcrnan, MRC get the men they need He said active duty; d) d'lII&.1educa
Naval Air Technical Training CenterC that probably the best way to get tion, and e) employment experi-

pt. Edwin R. Peck ......_........._. .. .... .... Commanding Officer SG 3, Green Cove. additional is to "fight ence.
Comdr. Richard S Stuart "._'_".'_". ......._.. ...._..Executive Officer Lt. Howell R. Fellows, O&R. manpower .
and fight hard to get them out of
Naval Hospital William Gessell, FN, SG 3, Indefinite appointment Will
Capt. Dwight J. WF.arton_______...__..__._. Commanding Officer Green Cove. the 4-F. On Aug. 1 this year soon be offered to 250,000
Capt. T. F. Wemert........-_.._.. ..... .. Executive Officer there were 1,464,051 4-Fs. Gen. Army
NARTU Leroy Jones, AM2, Fasron Hershey indicated that he thinks Reserve officers and warrant officers -

Capt. Easton B. Noble.._..._._....__.__.... Commanding Officer 9, Cecil Field.Crows men who could be used are being not on active duty. A
Comdr. Anthony Trusso .._....._._...____..._. Executive OfficerThe rejected on physical grounds. similar plan was announced last
month for those on active duty
JAX AIR NEWS I 1& published Meekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station, Go Out .
JMkionvllle.I Florida I and printed commrrrUlly' with non-ippiupilalfd funds Three Important ways for vet
m no mpen e to the government and In compliance. with\ NAVKXOS P-15. Rev A new' claw. of ship has been
Nov. 1913. Copies ate distributed fire 01( change I at the N \iil Air Station the (Continued from Page 1)) erans to avoid unnecessary delaysin
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Air Matlon XII Held, and the U. S. for education and commissioned as a result of mine
Mav.l Honpltal. 861 has 39 E-3's who were successful applying
warfare in Korean waters. The
Editor-Andrew H. Planey 17 E-4's find five E-5's.! training under the new K-Vet Bill
USS Gtlldcl: est and USS Rail be-
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave VC-5 will advance 30 to PO3 have been announced by the Vet.
Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen 15 to P02 find five to POI and erans Administration (1) Veterans came the first Navy vessels: designated -
Harper. I Coastal Underwater Ob-
VP-741 will get 62 new P03'S, should send their completed as
The JAX AIR NiWS li a member of the Aimed Forces PIM Sr\lre ject Locator hips. Each vessel
AFFS mateilal appearing In thin publication may not be tepilntrd withoutthe 11 new P02's and eight POl's. applications for training to the
written pimission of Airmd Forces Pint Seitlce. publication ft other : will carry 30 enlisted men and
matter, t'lJr' eer ice publlcailoni U prohibited without permission ofEditor. Ten men of VF-22 will be advanced nearest regional office. Under no and
four officers contain
JAX ::GWS. conditions should the applicationbe moat
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension with three of them goingto sent, to the VA Central Office recent anti-mine warfare equip-
third five
8184 and 216. to second and two ment.
to first. Washington, D. C. (2) Veterans .
Ask "How Would 1 Look" 1 t should include photostatic
New' of
A lot of brainy women earn I or certified copies of both sidesof tepee flight meals anda

See Yourself First Before Others their living, but the sensibleones I their separation papers, along j hue wider been detection of for food I items

let men do it for them. with their applications for training planned crewmen

Can See And Judge Your ActionsThis Information contained on aboard and other Air personnel Force aircraft who New eat

Home, it's bee n said, is the both sides is necessary to process
features will include six types of
( U the thirteenth of a nerte of articles In connectionWith place where you know what's in application
flight meals, a la carte"service for
the sen lee-wide program, Protection of Moral Standard). the hash. (3)) All five sections of the apR -
air evacuation patients, and an
Comdr. James P. English ,, Individual in-flight food packet
."''''- {'' ''''' '" ; > ', ,
1( '
: : .,
: consisting of 10 menus
: : "? :
How do I look ? .

We often hear that question. Dapper Dan rigged in ,>- Appointment of 157 marines to

his new Sunday go-to-meetin tweeds Susie 'Q' in her temporary second lieutenant hasbeen

new Easter Parade bonnet or any one of us with our : approVf'd by the Marine

newly added promotion stripes can easily be imagined ask- Corps. Selection WM made from

ing the oft heard question, "How do I look ?" rJ.(4 among commissioned warrant officers -

It could be a most effective aid to better living if we warrant officers, master

would sometimes change the question a little and'"direct it sergeant, technical sergeants,

towards ourselves, namely, "How would I look?" It would and staff sergeants who formerly
keep us from doing tots of things we ordinarily do wrongin : :. '- : served a* officers in the Marine

the dim quiet of our own secrecy. Imagine a man with : a Corps or Marine Corps Reserve.

a flash camera near you ready to take a picture. Would x A Marine Corps Selection Board

you want others to have a picture of what you are doing 't ; '" also announced it will select 168

lit the ir.tment? Or is it something you would be ashamedof ; :' .' senior Marine majors on active

? : I duty for temporary promotion.
A F P$,,: 't.a.* .\ -......,;.........., ..<.'. :', .

Some years ago, during the days of sugar and meat I NAVY'S BOMBER XnLER-Thls is the first air photo of the The eveith nation-wide com-
the of of western ports Navy's FID Skyray, designed to take oft from carriers and des- petitive examination for qualify
shortages, Quartermaster one our
troy enemy bombers. The Skyray is so named beeause'of its resemblance
ing in the Naval Reserve
discovered that the sugar and meat in his warehouse was to the dangerous sea-dwelling manta ray. The plane Officers
disappearing much more quickly than the commissaryneeds : is scheduled for production In El Segundo, Calif. Training Corps has been scheduled -
of the post seemed to require. The matter becameso for Dec. 13, 1962. Successful

serious that the FBI men were called in to help crack i Marine Cuts-'Qualifications candidates will be given a four-

the case. They CAme and set up cameras with telescopic year college education with gwernment -

lenses in a nearby barracks and took pictures of everybody For EM To Become Officers I assistance and will be
that entered and left warehouse.. I I commissioned M officers of the
After a few weeks, the guilty people were called in Washington lAf'rsj-Tne Marine Navy or Marine Corps upon grad

to look at some movies of themselves. As you might ex- Corps has made hundredsof pointed out, the bulk of its combat uation.

pect, when they saw themselves on the screen stowing additional enlisted men eligible leaders have come from the I I

sugar and beefsteaks in their jalopies and shoving off with for Reserve commissions by ranks. Officers with enlisted USCG Icebreaker Sails

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

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

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

If they had asked themselves before the deed "How
The two-year college equivalency probably has sailed closer to the
would I look ?" they would have spared themselves much Armed forces ExemptedFrom level is a reduction from a North Pole than any other pow-
shame and a stiff sentence for defrauding the government. erdriven vessel.
They could have stayed on their jobs for years instead of State, Local Taxes qualify four-year combat level and is a move to Heavy ice forced the craft to

losing both job and reputation.Evils Washington (AFPSArmed have veterans who halt at latitude 82 38' 20", only
proven leadership abil-
like that are fond of secrecy.: They thrive on Forces personnel are not re- ities. However 442 nautical miles from the pole.
darkness, and hate light. That's why the thought of publicity I quired to pay state and local active any on
duty who has finished
can very often check a wrong before it is done. At taxes on personal property in his

any rate it will never do us any harm to ask ourselves, areas other than their states of basic training and any marine : }(DIVINEDSBRVICES
who has returned
to inactive
"How would I look ?" permanent residence.The .
duty is eligible if he is between )
Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief (( )

47,000 Inductees Slated Church Holds Building Act of 1940 provides Immunity 20 and 27 )'ear5.

from taxes on personal Must Serve Two Years Protestant

For Army In November Fund Carnival Bazaar property such as automobiles Successful applicants must 0800-Lutheran Communion Sef

Washington (;11"I'S) The Department A Building Fund Carnival Bazaar and household furnishings for agree to serve two years on ac- vice, Sunday Small Chapel
of Defense has Asked sponsored by St. Matthews'Catholic servicemen! and women away tive duty. Those so commissioned 0830-All Saints Chapel.
from home. from 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
the Selective Service\ System to Church will be held Oct. Exemption obtain permanent commissionsin
automobile taxes is 0930 Sunday School.
deliver to Armed Forces Induction 15 and 16 at 1500. Games, sup granted the Marine Corps Reserve.
when have been in 1045-All Saints Chapel.
Stations 47,000 men in November per and prizes will be the feature they paid The Marine Corps said it was
home states. 1 al- Catholic
for assignment to the events during the bazaar. Personnel are examining all applications of
so protected from taxes on intangibles 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St. Ed
AI my. Among the many prizes to be marines who previously failed to ward's Chapel.
solvent edits and
The Navy, Marine Corps, and given away, are a Bendix clothes bank qualify under the four-year col- 0645-Mas* at Hospital Chapel.

Air Force do not intend to place dryer, electrical appliances, jewelry deposits.The law applies only to Serv- lege requirement. These marines Mormon

culls with Selective Service for and a variety of food stuffs.St. ice personnel. Personal property will be ordered to officer candi- 1930-Tuesday- NATTC Chap-

November.The Matthews' Church grounds, owned solely by a wife date screening without the neces- Iain's office.

number of men requestedfor 1767 Blanding Boulevard will be or dependant, or jointly owned, sity of renewing their applica- Christian SeleDt'e.1900TuesdayNATTC.
November Is the name as the the scene of the Bazaar. The pub 1 is subject to taxation. tions. The program will be in effect Chap-

number'icque&ted for October lic is cordially invited to attend. until June 30, 1953. Jain's office.I .




9 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thwe"



The Association of American
Question: Can a husband and
Railroads extended until
wife both employed at a Naval

facility in the Jacksonville area, F June 30, 1953 the cut-rate furlough -

and both eligible to join the Jax fares allowed uniformed

Navy Federal Credit Union have servicemen traveling: at their

more than one account
own expense.
Answer: Yes. Bach party mry
I e e
have an individual account, and
In a move to "save petroleum
they may also have a joint ac.
products, the Navy has reduced
count making a total of three account

In the Credit Union. l minimum flight time required of

Question: Can a family with its pilots for fiscal 1952 by 20 .

more than one account obtain hours. ALNAV 19 orders flight
REVIEW STUDENT PROGRAM-Supervisors at 0 & R (top) :
more than one loan at a time? discuss themerits of projects completed by college students em- requirements lowered from 100 to

Answer No. Only one loan ployed here this summer. Robert Kossinl (right) Production Ana. 80 hours

per family at any one time la lyst of 0 & R explain details of an expansion proposal done on
authorized drafting board by his summer students to Clayton Perry (left) S 1 e
by the Credit Union supervisor of Statistics Division of Planning Group and Lacey Day A $1,000,000 new trailer campat
Question: la it possible for a (center) Plant Engineer Wilmer Kimberly (right), of Georgia
co-maker to endorse more than Tech and a summer employee at NAS, tests completed Installation Camp Pickett, Va., was recent

one loan it a time. of a Sonobuoy Control Unit which be designed while employedhere. ly dedicated by Brig. Gen. LoyalL.
This is the fourth consecutive summer college students have
Answer: No. His recommendation been employed here under the program. PP'.Y I Haynes, commanding general
of the Army post. The projecthas
can be accepted on only one S"JF.LIGHJThree
application. However when that Student Designs Sonobuoy Unit more than 100 stainless steel

loan is paid in full, he Is then trailers and represents the camp's

eligible to co-sign another note. Valuable Work Completed popular songs written by latest housing addition program.to the emergency

Question: If an employee signs Supply Department's "musical S *

as a co-maker on a loan, does "
claim to fame, Harold Diggett,
The Navy has. placed in use Its
that prevent him for applying fora will be published this winter according -
newest and
Summer Students HereThe troop-carrying
loan himaelf? By to an interview this
transport, the USNS Barrett. The
Answer: No. However, the per- week. Co-workers will be listening MSTS ship is equipped to carry

son whose loan he is co-maker on annual Navy College Aid Program has proven its worth at for "Some Day You'll Miss dependents, and will make her InItial

I cannot be co-maker for him. NAS Jacksonville. Students employed here this summer have left be- Me," "I've Always Known ThatI cruise this month. The 17,-

1 hind completed work considered satisfactory and practical for use. Love You" and "Because of
600.on'essel has
a troop capacity
One of the more notable projects -- -- - -- You. These the
bring composer's
MAD At Center In I of 1,554 and cabin facilities
i was the development of a design The Statistics Division of the works to a total of 127, Including for 382. trials
I During aea the
and installation of a Sono- Planning Group filled In summer ballet and other classical
a score
Review I vacancies with two student statisticians I Barrett attained a speed of 21'a!
Control Unit In the R4D"S"by -
SaturdayThe buoy well
compositions, as ajs popular knots. tops for the MSTS fleet
Jack R. Gebeit and Richard
Wilmer H. Kimberly Jr., a -
melodies. Diggett uses an undisclosed ,
Marine Aviation J. Neubauer from the University
senior Electrical Engineering student pseudonym for his publications. .

at the Naval Air Technical I from Georgia Tech. of Florida, who proficiently Quarterman Position
i! assisted i in all statistical pro
Training Center will I *
hold it's ]I. OverseasThe
airplane' purpose U grams. Open
Dramatic and voice instructionare
monthly inspection, presentationof .
I to provide a flying classroom in
citations and awards, and re which men can be given Instructions Three other students were assigned his other avocations. A recent overseas employment of*

view Saturday Oct. 11. The ad. in the use of radar and other to Aeronautical EngineerIng letter from Hollywood star Wanda lice has announced that the pos

: jutant's call will be at 0800. electronics equipment, it is nec- : Michael N. Owen, Unlveisl- Hendrix, thanked him for dia- ition of Chief Quarterman Ma-

Under the command of Lt. Col. I essary to duplicate conditions that ty of Florida, to the Power Plant matlc instruction which furtheredher chinist is vacant at the NAS

James C. Lindsay, the MAD has I would normally exist in standard : Section; Leslie W. Miller, University career. Subic Bay, Philippine Islands.

formerly stood all inspections i military aircraft. The R4D-"S" of Tennessee to the Airframe This week's personnel action Indicates Qualified personnel may apply.

with the Center personnel. In the d'd not have equipment for drop Section; and William C. Gibbons one transfer. one reinstatement I' Qualifications require that an ap )

future the Marines will hold ping sonobuoys. to Kimberly was i The Citadel, to the Materials and and five resignations. plicant must possess at least

their inspections on the second assigned the project of designing Process Section. I I Dolores Feinberg went from Inventory eight years of supervisory experience

It has been the of the. Branch to the Medical in diesel and
Saturday of each month. the necessary control unit. I policy gasoline engine

Bureau of Aeronautics to employ Department Frank E. Binder overhaul. Starting salary 1 fJ:
The inspection will be held directly Under the supervision of the I I
these student aids the reported In to Storage from military $7,248.38.,
in front of the Marine de. :, Electronics and Equipage Engineering .! during summer
months throughout the Navy service Procurement Section Persons who feel
tachment Administration building Division of Overhaul and qualified can
t I Repair Kimberly worked out all In the various activities that have lost Albert L. Klnchen Margaret submit application to Navy
facilities to utilize them. The E. Wilson and Anna D.
I II of the engineering details incidental program Overseas Employment Office I '

to the installation, prepared I give young men specializing Murphy by resignation. Pacific) 45 Hyde Street, San
I In particular fields a chanceto ..
I Francisco 2 Calif.
sketches and gave Instructions to :: ,
1 d4 I workmen who actually did Instal. I see what opportunities exist Petty S. Gifford l left Stock Con --- S.- i

'for them In Navy employment, trol to join her serviceman husband
latlon work, and conducted various Cub Scouts
and It the the benefit Open
tests on the completed (natali gives Navy at Annapolis Md., and Beatrice
; of fresh ideas and enthusiasm of B. Cultra Membership DriveCub
i latlon. resigned from Inventory -
(car Atrnwl fc.lc.) eo. new theories generated by the college .
Pack 131 of NAS Jax has

PRESIDENTIAL QUIZ I Although the airplane could not men. Kay Hodden of Stock Control opened up a drive for some 20
1. W hie h president had the This U the fourth consecutive
W readied for flight before Kimberly has the dinner entertainment new boys between 8 and 19 yean:
that NAS Jacksonville has
moat children ? year
left, every Indication has I problem whipped. Seems husband of age.
2. Has any man e v a r been participated in the program.
I proven his design will be entirely --. ..-. John Hadden, AKC, makes The Cub Pack needs both boys:
elected without :
president! getting
satisfactory for practical purposes superb chop whenever and their to
euey parents assist in
at least 50 percent of tM popular 2nd Sub Dives 5,000 TimesNew comp--
I and will be used for other similar any comes The "chef" will committee functions. Because of
vote? If so how many?
training applications. London, t'oon. (AFPS: ) change specialties no doubt, when frequent transfers, assistants are
3. How many elections have Eleven other students also .
The USS Threadfln became the the couple move to their new needed to fill in the different
been decided by Congress? to 0 & R high
were given
second submarine in history to home near Timuquana Rd. It has jobs throughout the Dens.
4. Who was president of the
ratings by their supervisors for
an outdoor barbecue.
complete 5,000 dives In February
Anyone interested may come to
Confederate States ?
work on projects In their "major"fields.
1952 the submarine USS Flying I 612 NAS
Building at the movieat
:5. Which five soldiers later to .
Fish was the first undersea craft When you tell mother-in- 1900 Oct. 9.
become presidents! fought in the Norman H. Cole, Jr. of the University my ,
to accomplish the feat The law a. secret you can be sure that I ,
Civil War of Florida and Billy l l C,
Threadfin, a veteran of WWII only two parties will know
aboutit Punctuality is the art of
6. Where was the Democratic Ross of Alabama Polytechnic Institute guessing
convention of 1928, which selected Mechanical Engineering made many' of its dives while on the Republicans and the Democrats. how late the other fellow is
patrols in the Pacific .
Al Smith at the nominee, held? students, assisted the 0 & R Plant going to be.
(AnsverK on Page 8, CoL 5)) Engineer doing I research in the i Tougher On Korea--Vets---- V

shops, drafting i and designing 1

Form Camera Club; equipment. I Vets' Unemployment Compensation Not Easy To Get '

First Meeting Today Industrial Engineering<< students __-- h_ __ .

All NAS personnel Interested in from the University of Florida, Regulations make it clear that +I ginning before October 15, 1952. days before becoming eligible for

photography will have an opportunity Valance G. Ho wing ton, John G. unemployed Korean vets will not ,I (b) To be eligible for unemployment -: unemployment benefitsdepend

to join the NAS Camera Burrows, Jr., and Rodney O. Day have the same easy path, as most compensation a veteran ing upon the amount of muster-

\ Club being organized. The first worked in the Facilities Engineer. World War II vets, in collectingthe must be unemployed, able to I ing-out pay they are eligible to

ing Section of the Industrial Man unemployment compensation work available for work, and will. receive. A veteran eligible for
S meeting is scheduled at 1900 Oct.
9 at the Library, Building 3. agement Office, as did Thurman provided under Public Law 550. ing to accept just about any job $100 mustet ing-out pay must

N. Palmer, Industrial Management The Labor Department will han offered him. wait 30 days; $200, 60 days; $300,
Albert Spillers of the NATTC major from Georgia Tech. Among dle these payments through the (Cc) Any waiting period requiredby 90 days.

photography studios will presenta other projects. these boys completed Florida State Employment ServIce State law must be served by I e *

talk on "Proper Exposure of layout designs for the plant and not the Veterans Admin the veteran before he become Eligibility and disqualification
Roll Film." This will be followedby istration. eligible for federal
expansion program. benefits! requirements' of the individual

a short business meeting concerning Cole and Day were the first Here i* a partial )1M.t of the restrictions (d) A veteran must exhaust his States will apply--except aa

the future alma and activities freshmen used in the summer program ; entitlement to State benefits before outlined above-and If the veteran

of the club. and the value of S e e he draw
proved can federal benefits. Is disqualified for State benefits

All interested camera fans are training students that can return .,, (Ca) N) tanaflU may b. drawn (e) Veterans discharged after he will no longer tx eligible for

urged to attend. the following year for weeks of unemployment be July 18, 1952, must wait for 30-90 federal

w benefits&p s

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 9 October 1952


Servicemen, Kin BLOOD BANK

Must How Pay BOX SCORE

'No. quota PHSdt. -
For MSTS RidesMilitary
25Z25ZS55& Met; cent

: personnel and their dependents Perseverance again proves its Brig _..._.._-...._ 0 .4 400.C
traveling on a "space worth and the old adage "all good FAW-ll 13 26 200.0
available" basis aboard MilitarySea things come to those who wait" Dental 1 2 200.C

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

leges. list finally arrived and the incu- NARTU ......__ T 7 100.0
The new plan, which became effective + bation period is at an end. Comes Spe. Servo _-.-- 4 4 100.0

Oct. 1 does not apply to t v hnf Oct. 18 the shells will crack and Comm. _........._ 4 4 100.0
personnel and their dependents a JI eight newborn birds will appear. Admin. _......._.._ I 3 100.0 i iJRD

normally entitled to free trans New members of the poultry _................_.. 2 2 100.0 !
portation at government expense I illS FLYING l\IACIIINE-U's clan are Lillian Flores, PN3; Beverly Oper ......-... ...- 12 11 $1.6 I
when ordered to a permanent not a secret jet job. It's a real Birch, RMS; Mildred Moore, Pub. Works ......2( 16 flU
change of station flying machine, Piper Cub to RM3; Joann Wlndisch, RMS; Wan- Hospital -....- 21 It flU I

Appllra Everywhere be exact John Gentry, AIMS, da Lahti, TD3; Alice Stearns, Res. Fleet -...... 85 56 65,8 I
Charges will be computed on a of O "R looks the situationover TD3; Donna Lavoie, TE3 and O&R _.____.._._ 11' 61 53,0
mileage basis for travel and from the cockpit (well, at Mary Bixiones, JOS. Cecil Field ....-_i6 7 43.7 I
meals. The pay plan will apply least where the cockpit is ComFairJu .-.- (40 42.5 I

everywhere. It affects all persons supposed to be) of his 1938 Adding support to the single Grn Cove ....- 3' 9 25.7 I
14 passenger categories Piper Cub which he is rebuild- i f'* stripe ate Mary Baker, RM2 and
Supply .. ... 27 6 22.2
-- -
previously entitled to free rides. Gloria Catania, YN2. lone Zell I
ing at the station Hobby Shop.At xmas
Marines __._ 10'1 20.0
'" -
For example, appioxlmate rates leads the list by a three-stripe-
the right Gentry puts another -
I Engineers .. .. 13 0 0.0 ,
for travel from the East Coast of I coat of paint on the total, TE1.NATTC.
Fla. Mil Dist 5 0 0.0
the U. S. to Europe on the space' wings after finishing recovering Waves sporting the -- -
AIM __ _._ .,. 4 0 0.0
available policy are: Working cautiously and coveted crow on Oct. 16 will be

1. Officers, Defense Department cutting all the corners he canto Myrna Trojanovlch, DK3; Mary
: civilians, and their dependents will : keep the cost down, Gentry Lee Biggs, DT3 and Nola Mathis, Air Group 3
travel cabin class at a cost of i expects to have his "baby" in PN3 Taking the second stripe

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

charged $20 each traveling cabin Barracks 72 welcomes new arrivals line with long range plan

dass. Figures To Have Rebuilt Piper Cub Anna Lou Scott, Roemana ning for the most effective usageof
3. Children five years of age or DaIgle and Betty Retter for along facilities in the Jacksonville

'ounger will travel free. Up And In The Air By November i i winter's stay. Scott and' area, Rear Adm. Osborne B.
Defined :
Space I Retter were assigned to Operations Hardison, Commander Fleet Air
I Some of the groups affected by Visitors to the Hobby Shop i iI and Daigle to NAS Communications Jacksonville announced today
I the change are certain military j leave. Although the craft that an exchange of squadrons
viewing a
think they are
I and civilian personnel of the Defense crashed might plane and start checkingfor I has only a 40-horsepower engine ANP) graduates this week In- will be made between NAAS
Department and their dependents I and of 210 miles, Sanford and NAS Jacksonville.
I victims, but they would be a cruising range clude Evelyn Bopp, Kathleen Pe-
I when traveling in an ordinary wrong. John Gentry, AM3 of an extra 20-gallon tank will give terson and Shirley Quinn, on their Carrier Air Group Three composed -
leave status. Also affected
OAR, is merely rebuilding his in additional 500-mile range. He way to Pensacola and PH School. of Fighter Squadrons 31,
) are dependents of military and Cub.Gentry I.I Joan Lynch leaves for AG School 32, 33, 34 and Attack Squadron
Piper should touch down in New York
civilian personnel traveling on! at 35 will move from Sanford to
i Lakehurst while classmates Ir-
knowing a good bargain .
temporary duty orders. approximately 20 hou... I.! Jax.
ma Clark and Lavonna Johnson
when he sees one, paid $100 I
Officially, space available is determined the plane and figures to spend approximately travel to Olathe for AC instruc Jacksonville Squadrons!, VJ-63,
as "space unassIgned A Cub weigh only 580 pounds I tlon. VC-5 and Fasron 51 will move te
$200 to put the planein
j after all I
space requirements for good &hape.A and can take off in 300 feet witha I Sanford.
travel assignments have been of naval
From a viewpoint
top speed of 80 mph and a
made, and which would otherwise Christmas Mail II strength in the Jacksonville area I
sail unused." (UMttAflttad 1938 job, the craft cruising speed of 75. The plane's I the total of personnel based here

will be worth approximately $400 maneuverability, slow flying speed For Overseas will not be materially affectedby
Legion Needs Talent when Gentry finishes his handi and ability to land in such small I this move, it is announced.
work. O&R experience is now areas make it ideal for rescue and > ..
For November ShowThe I Before Nov.
paying off I search. Gentry plans to join the 15 Noyy's New Jet Engine
American Legion Drum and Marking his progress from pay- local wing of the CAP when he
Members of the Armed Forces 10 of B-29
Bugle Corps of Jax is searching day to payday Gentry has, in a returns to Florida. Equals Type
for talent to participate in its two-week period, recovered the Gentry has flown most of the serving overseas can be reasonably Washintgon (AFFS)-A new

Fhow with opening night scheduled I wings and control surfaces.' The major light planes and has six sure of receiving their turbojet aircraft engine, reportedly -
for Nov. 29. fuselage waits until next payday.The years experience behind him. Before Christmas parcels if they are two-and-one-half times I a*
Lead male and female vocalists engine is being overhauled bya joining the Navy he worked mailed between Oct. 15 and Nov. powerful as the combined four en-
i I 15, the Department ot Defense advises of B-29 bomber is now i i.
gines a ,
are needed most and there is alsoa local concern. at a private sea plane base on
shortage of dancers and in the Long Island doing mech and line production, the Navy has an

chorus. Anyone with particular Sporting a private license Gentry work. He has an unsullied recordin Articles for overseas delivery nounced.
talent for specialty acts is invitedto figures to get the plane into the air but doe. not know how I should be packed In boxes of Develop l edby Westinghouse'
metal, wood, fiberboard, dou- Electric Corp., the 3,500-pound: engine -
audition. Anyone interested I the air by November and intends : to drive a car. "Driving gcaresro :
should call ext. 341 or 88-7921. I i I to fly it to New York for Christ- ," he exclaimed. I ble-faced corrugated cardboard. I weighs less than only'one of
Each box should be securely tied the B-29's engines and propeller

'Who Speaks For The Lord Is Doing Good' : with strong cord and flaps shouldbe I

I'I I In Naval Service, But He's In Business With The Lord'In I less sealed completely with gummed packed tape.and tightly Un-- I Top Honors OfWeekToRiehl

filled, boxes are likely to be

the spring of 1948, a young I'm doing some good. Anyone I has preached in several churches crushed. I
lad contemplated graduationfrom who speaks for the Lord is doing in the Tallahassee area. Speaking I Air parcel post is limited to At AN SchoolJohn

a Mississippi High School good. It just takes such a long I as a relief minister, he usually I two pounds In weight and should G. Rlehl, Airman Apprentice -
and a career. While the other I time to see the results." takes the place of some) minister i I be mailed prior to Nov. 25. The walked off with honors this

students minds dwelt fondly on Jenkins was a either sick or on vacation. Department of Defense says that week at the Airman Preparatory
the quickest way to make a fab- i junior in Florida no assurance can be given that School at NATTCenter when he
ulous fortune, this young fellow State Uni- Reverend Jenkins has a zeal air parcel post mailed after that averaged a 91.92 final! total for
felt a call within himself to dedicate ous critic in the rear ot his congregation date can be air-lifted to overseas the eight-week
I versity when .
his life to Christianity. he joined the ; when he speaks. Mrs. areas or that delivery before .course.Out of 314Navy
Today that determination to Navy His Jenkins, whom he met and married Christmas will be matle.In .: and Ma-

serve the Lord Is just as real j preference for In Mississippi, seats herselfin addition to the usual articles rine personnelin

to Oscar Jenkins as it was five the Navy came the rear of the church, and normally prohibited in the mails, r the class,

years ago. Jenkins, PNSN, and i i.clt8t'led from the fact when Jenkins completes his de- I matches, of all kinds and lighter .:>'I" .< ,,, ..1...<.}.. John was top
"pleaching coffee maker that his family livery, gives him a sound critique ''I fluid may not be mailed to over ,:;:. f man. Just priorto
of the NATTCenter Personnel Jenkins! is traditionally on the entire sermon."I seas military addresses. Cigarettes 't being re-
cffice," dedicates his mission in Navy. His father, now sheriff of know that she will give' mea and other tobacco .productsare D;1 -:1: called to active

life with, "I'm in the naval service Amite County, Miss. was a blue- sincere opinion of what I am prohibited in parcels addressed _! _':O:.". duty he gradu-
but I'm in the business of jacket in World War I. His two doing. If I foul up she will tell for delivery through some military Rlehl &leu from .uni L'_
the Lord" brothers were both naval enlisted me, and try to help me correct the post offices. For further Information I State University where he ma-
men during World War II. fault, he says. check with the local jored in agriculture.
"I get a bit discouraged," Oscar !- I "As I see it," Jenkins continued postmaster. Entering the Naval Reserve in

says, ""when! I, see young fellows Oscar ha two more yeari obli- "this moral problem that Addresses must be legible and November 1949, he remained on
following the wrong goad gated service before he can return everyone is so concerned about is prepared in typewriting or ink. It inactive duty until April 1952
here in the Navy. I see them to complete his degree in actually no problem at all. Conv 1st preferable that the outside addresses when he was sent to Bainbridge,
doing things that would reflect sociology at Florida State University mon sense will tell a man that he be hand-printed directlyon Md. for boot camp. After com-
di&ciedit on themselves and the On completion of FSU, is bound to benefit if he tries to the wrappers of the boxes pleting basic training he was sent
fcrvice, and I talk to them, but he plane to attend the New Orleans live right. Regardless ot whether rather than on labels pasted to here for school.
oaten they won't listen to me. l Theological Seminary in there Lt a God, and I know thereis wrappers, since experience has He now will be sent to Memphis
It's discouraging! when that hap New Orleans, La. It will pay a man to live by shown that labels frequently falloff Tenn. to attend Tradevman
pens, but I fed within myself that A licensed minster, Jtnkto the Golden! RuU." when subjected to moisture. School, the school of his choice.





9 "October 1952 JAX_AIR NEWS Page Five

I Fasron Six, VJ42 VF-101 Report .

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons


Pawing the aemlannvialv[ ball fray. Perhaps the "touch" !is HERE AND THEREOld

Ice-wide exams for advancement misleading for the contusions, laceratioN

to rate were: Philip W. Fluke, and abrasions were plen bankers never die they

A01; Robert W. Engard, AMI; tiful. just lose interest.
Latest to feel ; .
Carlton R. Cobb, AD2; John the "touch" were

H. Cooner, AD2; Jacob F. Lt. H. B. Wood who received a The carrier was in port and

Parkison, AD2; Robert T. Beers, bruised right leg and Jim Rutherford visitors ,were being shown

AE2; John MacFarlane, AK2; AOAA, who suffered a around. The guide was exhibitinga

Kenneth R. Rider, A02; DonaldA. gash over his left eye which needed bronze tablet on the deck.

Gibeaut, PN2; Peter T. Gio- medical attention. Guide: "That is where our gal

vanninl, AD3; Robert E. Hill, For all the blood and bruises, lant Captain fell"

AD3; Howard Lore Jr., AD3; Car VJ-62 went down before the Fas- Nervous old lady: "Well, no

rot J. Spurgeon, AD3; William ronites, 4013. Bill Dooley, AN, wonder. I nearly tripped on the

Blackmon, AE3; William Marvin, ran the pigskin for the two TDs, darned thing myself.:'

AE3; William Ross, AF3; Lau- while Elmer LaFreniere, AA, added .

ranee B. Anderson, AK3; ErnestF the extra point. When you argue with a fool,

Inhelder, AK3; Marlin P. Jensen be sure he isn't similarly en

AK3; Robert J. Schwegman, VF-101 gaged.
AK3; William J. Smith, AK3; Three men returned to the rocky

John W. Thomas, AK3; William J. road of civilian life and one was Hiram and Eliza were taking a

VonDerHeide, AK3; James WAlter transferred last month as five new spin along a country road. Nothing -

AM3; Nicholas E. Carson, officers and men reported aboard. was said for the first ten

AM3; John F. Campbell, AM3; Donning civics once again were miles. Suddenly Hiram stoppedthe

Jack Cottoru AM3; William H. Thomas Gatto, Jr., AL3; Richard TEA BILLY TIME-Takln* a rest between flights, members of car, turned to her and said,

I Elliott, AM3; Richard S. Harroun, M. Lovcnduskl, AN, and RichardL. I 11 General Reconnaissance of the Royal Australian Air Force "I'm a man of few words, do you

,I AM3; Ralph Hurst, AM3; John Reed, AN. Earl Reed, AOC, hold a confab with members of VP-741. The Aussles are flying neck or don't you?"
with VP-741 to
familiarize themselves with the Neptune prior
I Eliza "I'm I of few wouta.'
was transferred to Fasron 9. : a gill
G. Konz To
AM3 Nelson
I ; Loveless, I to picking up the planes which have been purchased by the
i AM3; Clyde Randalls, AM3; John the foursome, the squadron extends RAAF. This is the second croup of Aussies to arrive here for this I don't, but you'Ae talked me' into

I A. Renick, AM3; Frank W. Slo- "be..t of luck." I purpose. From left to right are: WO Charles Thonrley, RAAF; WO It."
Harry Rocks, RAAF; Marvin adage, ADC; Ledr. James Fulton; .
I cum, AM3 Gerald E. From the USS Mindoro
; Tronjo, comes F/Sgt. Dick Hcwson, RAAF and Lt. Sherman Kowe. hearinga
A worker
AM3; Richard Whitehead, AM3; Lt. Richard E. Gallatin, while Ensign welfare upon

Bradley Kidd, A03; Donald Reynolds William A. Odman reported Australian Pilots Here poor woman's story that her
husband had deserted her five
A03; John Butler, AT3; aboard from All Weather and Jet

James Campbell, AT3; Charles D. training in Corpus Christ!, Texas. years before looked with amaze-
Call For 'Joe' Gives ment at the brood of infant children -
I AT3; William R. Titman, Rounding out the newcomersare Way
and asked "Who is their I
AT3 John Robert
I ; F. Jolly, BM3; Richard D. Cline, AOAA; Donald
C. Patton, PN3; Verner D. Black, E. Reiff, ADAA, and RalphW.

I, SH3; and Richard. Dunn, SH3.Mck come. Brown aboard", SD1 to all.A hearty "wel To 'Tea Billy' At VP-741 I answered."My husband. of course," she

"Then he hasn't really left
from the Chance Vought Retroactive to April, Is the notice "
The traditional Navy coffee pot ?
aircraft factory at Dallas, Texasare of selection to Lieutenant for : past two weeks.
has taken a back seat to the Australian "Oh, yes; he's deserted me, ail)
Bruce G. Pendleton, AEC, and a trio of VF-101 officers. Joining *
"tea billy" in Patrol I. right. But you see he comes back
R. Crowell, AE3. They received the ranks of "Full Bulls" are I ONE :MOnt crew member is
Squadron 741 with the IItrl\811ast now and then to apologize.
instructions on the -3Cutlass's Lt. (jgs) Lee Koett, Reed M. Neumann scheduled to join the ranks to
Wednesday of 11 Royal Austral *
electrical system, while and George F. King. I complete the two-plane comple-
ian Air Force ]
\ Belton K. Jernigan, AOl and for initial I A naval officer on watch aboard
Except an forfeit to ment which will remain here until
Tommy W. Hill, AOC covered the VC-62, the squadron volleyball the next week the Australians they pick up two Neptunes of ship rushed angrily to the speaking -
' will operate as a part o/
tube and yelled: "Is there
gunnery department. team U undefeated. their a
Wins over own and fly them back to
the local patrol outfit. blithering Idiot at the end of this
I' Samuel J. Cummings, AOl, and NAS Cecil Field Operations, VF- I Australia. I tube?" .
Edsel M. Home, AOI, have re- 104, and><* mot recently VF-103 Until recently host VP-741 had
ALREADY WELL versed in "Not at end "
fly- this air the
turned after completing a six- give high hopes tor a victorious been stationed with Royal Air came
Ing the Neptune P2V that VP-741 calm reply
week TAD assignment at the season. Force and Royal Australian Air
uses, the Ausaies are becoming
Mine Warfare School, Yorktown, Responsible for these wins are Force Squadrons on the Island of
Va. Attending the Class C School, Gilbert Grace, ADC; James Coch- acquainted with the Navy's anti- Malta in the Mediterranean.

both "BB" stackers were given rane, AMC; Donald Hawks, AMI; sub warfare methods. I

methods on assembling and test- Ralph Bodenheimer, AM3; Richard Flight Lieutenant Geoffrey TilE VISITORS' daily schedule

ing of aerial mines. Nelson, A01; John Gayada, Michael is the leader of the contingent is the same as that of the local

Over to the NAS Dental Clinic ADI, and Herbert Jeffrey, AE1. which hM traveled approximately patrol chews They muster and

foe Wade B. Hammer, DT2 to With more men expected to turn 12,000 miles in the eat at the same time and placeas

out for the remaining games, performance the Navy personnel. Officers
-assist Lt. (Jg) Edward C. McFad-
den squadron dental officer. should improve. New Service Vilms stay at the BOQ while the Flight

Last week eight officers of the Sargeanta are staying at the
From Terre Haute, Ind., comes Ready For Issuing
squadron took advantage of the Chief Petty Officer's quarters. r
news of a 8-lb, 12oz. baby girl 1
rainy weather to do a little skeet Washington (AFPS)- Service Their base is located on the west- ? <:,{
born to Mrs. Jeanie Piper, wife shooting. For most of them it installations in the near future I ern coast of Australia at Perth.In K '

of our own Robert Piper, AKAN. was the first practice since the will receive the first issues of a 1947 one of the earlier models

Bud states while passing out the cessation of WWII. new Department of Defense film of the same Neptune that the .w

cigars that both the Mrs. and While scores ran low to media series entitled, "Armed Forces RAF is flying, made the world's

little Miss Winifred Lynn Piperare I um, enthusiasm ran high. The Screen Magazine. long distance flight record from
fine.Returning .
doing winner: Ensign Van A. Eisen- The movies emphasize recent Perth in the land "Down Under"to

to the squadron after mann, with 19 for 25.: developments and events in various I I Columbus, Ohio, staying in the

working on Advanced Under C SC Service operations and ac- air 56 hours and 17 minutes.

Water Weapons at Fasron-109 is Many a girl's negative person- tivities. The series will be avail- .

Nelson B. Rapp, AOU1. ality has been developed in a able for non-profit public and
Earl R. Craighead, SA and Polity dark room. television showing First Marine

A. Conner, SA, are now high

school graduates having passed Honored At
their USAFI-GED test at the

squadron Educational office.
AE School

VJ-62 f441g
Proudly porting twin tracks of M/Sgt. Thomas F. Coover, is ,q .
the first Marine to be honor man '
a full Lieutenant are newly promoted
of the Aviation Electricians
Lta. Ira Hughes and Robert -
School since the opening of the
Carroll. The entire squadron
school at NATTCenter.
offers its congratulations and / -
S y ..f M/Sgt. Coover completed the
hopes they both make admiral. E 9+' a yw1 tr
thirty-three weeks course witha
Thirty-two squadron white hats
91.15 average to top 18 other
will! be knocking down a little _
men in his class.
more of the "long green" shortly _
He was sent here for school in
M a result of the recent Navy
February 1952 and now has been
wide exams. Unfortunately several -
asigned here for instructor dutyin
men who passed the examinations -
the Aviation Electricians Mate
can't be advanced now
School (A),
due to limitations.
quota l u 4 Before entering the Marine
Off on a twenty-day reenlistment ;
Corps in November, 1942, he attended rY4
leave is Wilson AM2 ... __ __ t
Roger .jnlliljfoHII< -Rr JItI"IIItI i"J"' ''' the Cathedral High Schoolin

who, showing the courage of his FIRST MARINE HONOR STUDENT M/Sgt. Thomas F. El Paso, Texas, his hometown

convictions, chipped over for six. Coover receives a commendation from Lt. Col. James C. Lindsay, JUMP FOR JOY-Joyful Joy
The sledding WM anything but commanding officer of Marine Aviation Detathmentj for becomingthe Nina makes a pretty pleUroM
first Marine honor student at ana Mate (B) she stands o. a "sprawl
smooth when VJ-62 with What
: mother
J tangled used to call Sin,
School at NATTCenter. Coover the 33-week
completed course seat" near the pool *4 a boiel
Faarotj C in their scheduled touch- with All average grade ., 9115. daughter now calls Experience; ia LAS Vff *, Nrr.



t \ Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 9 October 1952

Medics Hold

4 ti Slim LeadIn


held an unflrm grip on
first place in the NAS Bowling

} 1' r'- League as play entered the third
week and each souad had faced

four opponents. vjje leaders have
\ ___ not lost a point In any outing to
With John Charvat total 16.

With the chatter of the World Series still hanging In the air In second place with 15 pointsis
around Naval Air Station spoils circles there waa little time for talk Faaron Six No. 1 and in a.

of the Fliers, who last Saturday convinced a handfull! of patrons that three-way tie for third are FAW-
a S
they could win on the gridiron.The 11, defending champions, Dental

many diamond bug throughout the station were glued to the and Special Services. Each have
television screens, viewing the fourth game of the Series, few even = 13 points. Pill Rollers, Fasron 109
queried about Jax Navy's outcome with Patuxent River.It and Fasron :51 hold up the two-
GETTING READY-Pitting fast light men with heavier'oppo .
was a 19-0 thriller that saw the locals reweave their defense nents is one way for both men to improve their styles. lItre boxing digit owners.
In the second heat after appearing sleve-like in the first, to thwart coach Al Mueller instructs Wetherly Fisher (left) llghtheavy Last week Operations took threeof
against welter Sam Williams an all-Navy selectee. Jax Navy's
four points from VP-861 on a
any Bomber attack and protect a three-touchdown margin. is in for
rings squad training the invasion of Charleston Navy 2050-1905 pin total. Fa.sl'olShe
Should Be A Full House SaturdayIf tonight at NATTCenter.
No. 1 rolled a 2438 series to take
there Is not a full house this Saturday, Oct. 11, to watch the
Fliers defeat Eglin Air Force Base, then every cow in Texas should Mittmeo Clash With Charleston three 2197 points pin fall.from VJ-62, sportinga .
be transported to Iowa and every oil well in Oklahoma'tapped to the

Pacific. Tonight At Center AuditoriumBoxers 109 Tuesday for the VJ-2 maximum measured with a Fasron 2297

We can't fathom the logic handed down by "should be" grid fans 1920 pin victory. FAW-11 droppeda
around these premises who feel that because Jax Navy was shellackedby :
from Charleston Mine
handing the fight to single point to Faeroe 51 with
Parris Island there won't be a football game worth watching the Craft Base will invade NAS Jax groggy i a 22-57-2135 total and the Pill
Black.A .
remainder of the season. tonight to match blows with Jax I Rollers out rolled O&G for four
Time and again we've stated that Harris Island waa simply a mistake Navy in the first official encounter smacking left hook becamean points, the pin fall leading 193J-
on the schedule. No one on the station expected the Fliers to of the season at NATTC almost lethal weapon for Jim 1805.
win, at least those who knew anything about the squad. If it had Auditorium at 1930. Gumm Jax: Navy middleweightas Special Services blanked ORC
been possible to drop the Parr is Island fray from the schedule: it Nine bouts ranging from lightto he decisioned his man in three mat with a :.1173-1956 series to

would have been done. heavy, are tentatively planned for an easy win. open Wednesday's play while Operations

S4WMM Looks BrighterBut with the Fliers well representedin Jimmy Phillips dropped a close won a 3.1 advantage over

that's gone and there are seven games to be played. Theo all divisions. Tom Ruther and decision in a lightweight hassle Fasron Six No. 2 and VP-741 forfeited -

three home meetings could easily result In Jax Navy victories and Tiger Tom Johns will go as while Bill Fisher dropped his opponent to VJ62.

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

So much for who wasn't at Varsity Field Saturday. It's "whowas" Jim Gumm are lightheavy hopes, gained a light heavy decision. : recorded Thursday. Pin fall total.WE're .
1 that makes copy. and John Perkins and Sam Williams Lightweights Jacky Carpenter Pill Rollers over Marines,

Coach Barkadale was pleased with the results Saturday but again have the nod for middle. and Ron Burnsworth went I 2139.1802; Dental over Blood
stated that he did not Ijflve a scoring punch that can be consistently weight contention All these I against each other in en exhibition 'I' Bank, 2159-1895; and Medico'sover

counted on and he plans on spending, most of the week in remedyingthe mittmen have been matched match. VP-861, 20571924.
situation. with Charleston men of corresponding

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

t>t Greg Blyler] Junior Caasell, Louis Geib, James Arnold and Don Navy also has a fine stockof SELECT THE WINNERS

atson that cemented the holes. lightweights. Ted Desantis, Games For Saturday Oct. 11
Fltora Have Two Good Quarterback Jacky Carpenter Ron Burns-
(Home teams in right column] ) "
worth, Jimmy Harper and Jim
Backing up the line, Frank Mickle and Bob DiPasquali gave fine
accounts of themselves while Homer Brinson and Don Meyerchlck assisted Phillips are hoping for oppo Columbia .......................... vs ........................"......... Yale
Tom O'Donnell with the secondary and registered yeoman's nents. Pennsylvania] .................... vs .......................'... Princeton
duty. Under coach Al Mueller, varsity Washington ...................... vs ....._....................... Illinois
It the locals can build around Jack Bishop and Harry Stuldreherat mittmen clashed with Raiford Wisconsin ........................ vs ........................ Ohio i State

quarterback it's quite possible you'll see a smooth functioning Prison over the weekend in a Oklahoma ........................ vs ................................ Texas
Cplit-T eleven] Saturday when the Fliers host Eglin. four-bout contest, :winning two Tulsa] ................................ vs ......_........._......... Houston
Darrell Spang's return to action struck a heartening note in a of the four and losing a third bya Clemson _...................._.... vs .........:..._..__......... Florida

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

Weekly I'kkaletting Tougher repeatedly. Pushing for a knock California ......._................. vs .............................. Oregon
Oklahoma to beat Texas is our pick of the week. The Longhorns out in the third Williams let fly Penn. State ..........._......... vs .......................... West' Va.

polled our POW last Saturday. We'll rate them an underdog against. with a punch that accidently Rutgers .........................._ vs .............................. Colgate
the Sooners who are prepping for big ones with Notre Dame and caught Block on the back of the Northwestern .................. vs .......................... Minnesota

Kansas. 4 neck Mississippi........_....._...... vs ......................_ Vanderbilt
Army over Dartmouth; Boston College over Drake; Columbiaover Officials ruled it a rabbit Colorado] .'...................._ vs .................._.......... Arizona
Yale; Harvard over N.Y.U.; Wisconsin over Ohio State; Penn punch and took the round and Eglin AFB .............._........ vs .......................... Jax Navy
State over West Virginia; Notre Dame over Pitt; Illinois over Washington fight from the Flier slugger,
(Predict the score of this game) .
; Michigan over Indiana; Purdue over Iowa; Kansas over Iowa

State; Nebraska over Kansas State;" Michigan State over Texas A. & Basketball Practice Oklahoma ............_...._...... vs ..._.....__._............_. Texas
M.; Missouri over S.M.U.; Oklahoma A.&M.: over Wichita; Alabama]
ov.r1'1; Auburn over Wofford; Florida] over Clemson; Duke over Commences MondayOpening

South Carolina; Maryland over Georgia; Georgia Tech over Tulane; basketball practice Is Nam. Rate/Rank.

Kentucky over L.S.U.; Baylor over Arkansas; Tulsa over Houston; slated for Monday at 1430 at I

U.C.L.A. over Rice; Idaho over Utah State; California over Oregon; Mainslde Gym. All prospective? Unit Assigned To Phone
Stanford over Oregon State; Mississippi over Vanderbilt and Navy hardwood candidates are urged to .
over William and Mary. start conditioning work to facilitate RULES
SHORT SHOTS. Probably the proudest guy In the Special Servo a fast 1952-53 season start.
ices Department Monday was Phil McKay as he passed out cigars to Coach Frank McCaffrey related 1. To enter the contest you simply{ indicate your choiceof
announce the birth of Michael Lee, an 8-lb. boy John McCaf that all I interested personnel, from each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto
win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the names
frey, Jax Navy's stout hearted right hander who won an even dozen any department on the station, of teams you think will play to a tie score.
this year, was on the bench at halftime Saturday with teammatesTom must bring their own equipment 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
Neely and Jim Coughlin. The reverent fireballer Just returned to the initial practice sessions. count as losses unless predicted.
from a long leave in Cleveland and has resumed his NATTCenter duties 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the
game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
Another baseballer, Phil Righter was all "smile Saturday Following last week's pattern, the most nearly correct score will win the contest.
as he remembered his antics with many of the Pax River grids- there will be five pick-up point 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled'out will not be con. .
ters the previous night in the NATTCenter area. for the pigskin ballots. Person sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
reel may leave their selections, to the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
Contest Winner Misses TwoBy be picked up by deadline time
Only any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest finals
1700 Friday, at ((1)) Jax Air
ratings. ... .. __A A
virtue of predicting the exact ever, Gibeaut gave the nod to offices Building 930 Mainside; o. Entry! blanks must oe submitted not later than 1700
I Friday to the Jax Air News Office in Services Building .
the Special
score of the Illinois-Wisconsin Wisconsin, 7-0, and Shore was on ((2) Navy Exchange canteen
j 930.
game E. W. Shore, AC1, attachedto I the nose with the Badgers in NATTC; (3)) Naval Hospital Exchange 7. AU military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof
NATTCenter ANP) School front, 20-7. canteen; ((4) Main lobbyof personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con.
won top honors in the second In third place: with three misses Overhaul and Repair department test. I,
8. Only one entry to each will be allowed.
last week. ADAN with (5) Fasron Six jet person
A. H.
Football shop
Special waa Knight ;
9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the .
f Shore missed only two selec VJ62. He failed on Jax Navy. canteen counter. Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.
tions. Ironically, one was his Patuxent, LSU-Rice and Michi TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES i I
pick of the Patuxent River-Jax: gan-Stanford. There were no other More Sports First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
Navy game, as did Donald Gi- entrie with IBM than three Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit; I
beaut, PN3, of Faaron Six.: How ml_. Oa Page 8 third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. I IL






I 9 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

I Buoyed Fliers Host To Eglin Air Force _Crew. Saturday I

Thinclads Look Look For Second Straight

To Meet With

Florida GatorsRunners Against Strong InvadersJax

are priming them A p Navy's football slock went up a few points! last

selves for tire coming cross- week with victory over NAS Patuxent laver and the Fliers

country trials to be held Oct. 16 will be out to make it two wins in a row Saturday when they

in preparation for a meet with entertain Eglin Air Force Base at Varsity Field: Kickoff is

the University of Florida Nov. 17 HOO.

at Gainesville.At Saturday's fray, as are all
the present time 12 men considerably heavier than the
other home games, is open to
have signified! their interest and the public. Fliers The Eagle backfield' will

have been working out on) their Coach Fidel Gander will send average 179 pounds.Sparkplugging I
and the Eagle backfield -
own Coaches McCoy
the Eglin line into the fray averaging
Ralph Beaver will begin formal 2034 pounds, which is for the third consecutive

practice as soon as the new Jax season is Fied Russell, 180 pound

Navy track oval is completed.NARTU FLIERS WIN FIRST-Patux- Y leflhalf who was a standout at

I ent's tailback Jim Herd (U) > Kent State (Ohio). It was Russell -

is stopped by Tom O'lon- i who paced a 21.0 shutout
nel (46) and Bob DiPasquali
Supply in over the Fliers in 1950.
(38)) top photo. RegisteringJax
Navy lirst six-pointer of Completing the visitor's ball
Mainside the season! and first of three
Atop carrying corps are Swerffiavs,
against Patuxent is end George
160 pound quarterback, Tali/ay,
Shotwell (right) who took
Gridiron Ladder Jack Bishop's pass in the end 185 pound righthalf, and Pat

zone midway In the third per Fields, 190 pound fullback.
iod. Fliers defeated NAS
Winless) in its first two games,
Slight Lineup Change
Patuxent Bombers, 19.0, in #1 1
Fusion 51 picked on nothing: shot their home debut last Satur- nil gar x r In preparing his charges for

of the league leading six of the day, $ Saturday's fray Coach Dave .

NAS intramural touch football I Barksdale will have Jack Bishop,

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

defeating Fasion 109, 24-20, on the touchdowns over Patuxent, in the

strength of first downs. In NATTCenter key ilot.
Both 8 qua d I enrolled three
It will be a slightly modified
touchdowns and two extra pointsin
backfield facing Eglin with Larry
the regulation time but the Issue Touch Grid PlayTouch
White returning at right half,
decided first downs,
was by
grid play got underwayin and Dart ell Spang picked to openat
Fasion 51 leading 84. Leroy
K\ih.:, Grady Martin i and Bob earnest at NATTCenter after Fliers Find Runges t the left side., Joe Mastice, .

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

for the winners while RodneyDicks one last week. All results are as Jerseyite, will start at fullback.

crossed twice and Bob MeBlhaney of last Friday. 19-0 Win Patuxent Barksdale also has another top
over notch signal caller in
once for Fasron 109. AO Ships Company pumped out Harry

a decisive, 12-0 win from the Medic .Stuhldreher, former Michigan
Tredlnnlrk Shines Jax five of 20 against Patuxent River
Navy completed only passe
hit dirt M Personnel accepted a forfeit University flash, he can call on
Brad Tredinnlck
pay here last Saturday afternoon but two were good for touchdown and
NARTUwin tilt from AK School. AE School I for duty. ,
three' times to pace a the Fliers went on to defeat the ,Bombers, 19-0, before an eager throngof
Walt McKenzie forfeited to Supply in the third Forward Wall Set '
over OAG.
followers at the 52 home
grid opener. I
scheduled opening day game.A .
scored the fourth Reserve touch- James Arnold and George Shot.
Held to a scoreless draw through I
down and J, W. Shuman added two safety spelled a 2-0 victoryfor on the two. The toss was letter well wHt-again their )
assume assignments -
AO Students over ANP) the first half of play the Fliers (I
extra points. perfect and big A hi-end wrappedit
on the outer flanks of
turned to Jack Bishop, a fleet, I
Ships Company while ANP( ) Stu.
Leading 20-12 at halftime, Fas before buckling two defend
up the Fliers' line while Everett
true armed Asheville, N. C lad, in
dents forfeited to AO Ships Company
ron Six posted a new igh score. ers to go acrotis. I
Crews returns to anchor the cen
the second stanza and he prompt
10. Air Craft Maintenance
for the season by ly molded a three-touchdown vic First half action was torrid M ter. Ron Lawhead and Leo Kelly
won a thriller from AK School,
ing O&G, 4118. Charlie Hontz I'1412. tory. both elevens had opportunities to received guard assignments and

scored three times for the Fasron- break the game wide open. But Terrel Beckham and Joe Fronko
Student Electricians pulled the Bishop threw five passes, founda
while teammates Tex Dvorz-
Ites just when the going appeared slated for tackle
I easy duty.
second 2-0 win of
the ek
Alter dropSping receiver twice and both were'labeled
and Jim
anak Hodnet
the line would
opposing tightenand the
Defensively Fliers will set
the Marines. Special Serv- touchdowns. Adding to his
counted each.
once ice -First Lieut, neither squad'penetrated deeper with Homer Brinson; Don Meyer-
For the losing OAG six it was smashed the Med. laurels, Bishop galloped 47 yard
than the 22.
Jim Perry and John Hooban that 1 lea, 7-0. down the east side line for TD chick, Bob Dipesquali and Tom

carried the scoring load. Notching three for the week' AO and creased the cross bar once for' Fliers' Drive Stall O'Donnell who'll patrol the secondary -

Forfeit Win Ships Company rattled AN(P) an extra point to figure in all the Pax River halted a Jax Navy pasture.

Forfeit victories were registered Ships Company, 6-0, while I l AK scoring. drive on their own 22 that openedon I Fliers Much ImprovedThe

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

and the Marines, respectively. men, 14-6, and AE Student Homer Brinson knifed through a fumble by Pax fullba'kI victory and defeat thus far but

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

week NARTU jumped into the top Friday night Supply forfeitedto midway in the third quarter to jar tors had possession and the Flier seasoned.

spot among the 11 competingteams Aircraft Maintenance, Marine Fax's Jim Herd on his own 14 and quickly moved Inside the 30 on two Last season the Eglin eleven .
took its first fray, 18-2, from Per: stabs by Darrell Spang and a Harry
with a 3-0 record. In sec the Flier recovered the fumble posted a 27.7 win over Jax Navy
ond only one short, sonnet, while Special Services beat I Stuldreher to Shotwell pass
place, victory on the 11. and although they return with a
Medical, 36-6. that covered a dozen yard
is Supply. Both are the only unbeaten Four plays majority of starters the Fliers
teams remaining.The The standings: However' at the 26 the Fliers
i "STANDINGS' later, after both are much improved and must be
standings: wen Seat P.t. elevens had exchanged were only able to move four yardsas rated a slight favorite.
ton M. L. AO Ships Company .. 3 0 1000 P two pitches by Stuldreher were .
NAHTU . . ... .. .. ..... 3 0 AE School .... 3 0 ]()(IO 15- -S.
Supply .................... 2 0 Special Sera-tat Lt..... 2 0 (100 yard penalties a incomplete and the Bomber defense
Fasron 109 .......... ......... 2 1 Air Craft Iohlnt. ,..... 2 0 lax to naught as the Fliers took over
VJ-62 . ... .. .............. 2 1 Personnel .. ..."..... 2 1 .666 Bishop I tightened stop Spang and
Hoopla! ................... 1 ] Marines .......... 1 1 .500 Larry White. !STATISTICSM
Fusion Six '. ..,.... ........... 1 ] AO Students .......... 1 1 .5fO found rangy Navy pj fc tr
>'aron M ... ................... 1 2 AK School .. ....... 1 2 ,333ANP George Shot- Bomber Threat Halted 6 "Irat Down H
O A .. 1 2 ( ) Ships Co ...... 0 2 .(X0ANIP JW: Yards Rushing tall
i .:::::::::::::::::::::: 1 2 ) Students ......0 3 .(s0 well in the end The foe threatened late in the 20 Passes Alt 10 I
.000 5 passes
1 2 Supply Comp 2
Marines .: :::::::::::::::::::::: 0 3 Medical l :: : :::::::::::: g f :.000 tone from the quarter after Norm Hager returned U: PiiRklni YaidaKO aiito
Total! Yardage :
line I
nine-yard Don'Meyerchlck's punt to o Passes Int.
and the Fliers the Pax 40. Herd tiled right :31 J'tinli A\R, :2w
< .. BISOP I : 70 Penallres 55
: led 6-0. Huh- I guard for six and Stone got a I 3 tumble last 3

op's conversion attempt was wide I first down at the midfield stripe Jax Now 0 OU 6-19

The clock showed only two min over the cent*r. lax litter ... . 0000-0
JsoorlnK: Jax NaShotwell. Bishop -
utes to play in the third when I Herd and Trout carried for another Ahrend). Extra points: Bishop
(by placimept I ).
Bishop broke through from the first and ten at the 35, but

Bombers' 47 to reach pay dirt un the Jax line stiffened and the JAX NAVY
. FndiBehr., Arnold Shotwelt. Off.
1yG' > R touched. The high stepping North rlryja Weaver,
Bombers further than the
i got no
$ /ee ft. Tackle; narco. Beckham, U'alUrof,
Carolinian faked twice before cutting Gt>
4 31. Arnold trapped the hard drive lb. lilyler
Guards: "'ronko, Gl'ogli. Dunn. LHw-
over the middle to completehis
ing Trout on third down at the 40 head Kelly

aM touchdown sprint. and the Fliers regained possession ('t'nlf'fI't'bb.: Ow, Mil kis
(Quarterback: Stuklrher, Bishop
Blfthop Teases To AhrendAt following a punt on their own 46. Halfback- si/emore, While. ;pant;.
Ahrend. Crum Meyerchlck, MacMII-
the halfway point in the final Only one second quarter penetration Han, O'npll. Bilnson CaRselltullbtirki ,
James Arnold blockeda Pal : tucker Maitlce, Elsen-
stanza, was registered aa River brand.
I _--wnn.--m -- Pax River punt on the Bombers' drove to the Jax 24 before its
TOUCH GRID ACTION-Here is a NAS touch grid fray that 26 and Bob Dipasquall recoveredthe I attack bogged down. A 40-yard Fnd- Seizer, SfchrlRley.} Slav, Velt.

was decided the hard way. A snap from Fasron 51's Arch Jacksonwas loose pigskin for the Flier at I jaunt by Trout Bet up the scoring Stevenson.Tackle; Jjinger, Ferguson Yonl.
left) who In turn lateraled
Gene Whage (extreme ,
snagged by
Guards: LeBrau, Krttwgzyk, Schmidt
the line of .scrimmage. ,
who the rest of the chance but quarterback Harry
1 to Dick McCelhaney (white trousers) ran way Palmer
, for a touchdown. The play covered 15 yards. Fasron 51 took the Bishop immediately took to the Jensen was unable to find receivers tVnteriStrickland. ITerbold.

tilt %24-20 although the game actually ended in a tie. Fasron 51 air and on his first pitch connected for three desperation losses Quarterbacks: : lier'liout'd. Tubhert JenienIfhncks VaA
counted 8 first downs to Fasron 109's 4, with first downs counting Sony FIt>aiming. Rodin( Schoener.fullback .
with Leatherneck Jim Ahrend and availed
t a running play
a point each to determine the winner. *: Stone, Da\is. Hagtr.I .

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mJllmDlteans I Blue Cross-Shield

n- 2-Day Collection
( offering for sale articlesof }

property such as washing ma. -
Period In ForceBlue
chines, automobiles, furniture, ra

dios, clothing and the like are
Cross and Blue Shield

prohibited by Defense Department ,. premiums must be paid on regular
regulation. This column will,
collection days established for the
however, list such services as <
Station, it has been announced by
available housing, rides wanted
the Industrial Relations department
and lost and found articles or K g'h ;
I ra< a ;
other similar notices.)
After trying several systems,

FOR KENT i the Station has found the two-

Furn. 6-rm. house. $100 mo, 5204) I IR08selle. w F k A. q day collection_ period to be the

Ph. 8-3059.:: Mrs. Vann. most satisfactory method althoughthe

Unfurn. 2-bedrm. bungalow. $100 company contracts provide A

mo. 4748 Kerle. Ph. 2-6151 after grace period of ten days.
6 p.m. or 7-8616. Mrs. Fran-

ces Stephens. Premium are due the 15th oC

Sing and dble. rms. 1447 Avon each month, and collections will

dale. Ph 2-5030. Mrs. Lee I be made the Monday and Tues

Shultz. dayfollowing the second per diem

Share 5-rm. apt. 415 Dellwood. weekly) payday each month.

Mrs. Turpin. I The lecent announcement that

5-rm.) house, Riverfront. $100 mo. I TRAIN INSTRUCTORS-Entrusted with Imparting to prospective Instructors the basle prlnclples double billing of employees pres-

Ph. 6-3631:: or 28037. Mr. Boy. I of teaching is this staff of the Instructor Training School at NATTCenter. First row left ent on collection days would not

to rUht, are: Fred Burnett, ADC; Gordon Totten consultant: Lt. Carl Echols, assistant training be permitted was necessitated because
ette. facilities officer; Lt. Hurry Johnson, training facilities officer; Don Justine, co-ordinator and Bryce
1-rm. 4244 San Juan Blvd. Ph. Worrock, AMC. Second row: Robert Usher; Farron Gallop; J, William Jones; Myrle Joslin, AEC; the privilege had been

8-6297. Mrs. Lowell. M/Sgt. Jack Demmond; Raymond: Martin, AMC; Stanley Rea; Allyn LllherlanJ, and Harold Besse. abused. Blue Cross-Blue Shield

Furn. 2-bednn. house. :5244 Roe. headquarters advised that unless

selle. Mr. Doane. For Prospective Instructors Special Services controls were enforced, they would

Widow will share home with have to cancel the double billing:

couple. Ph. 23808. Mrs. Dor- altogether.(
man. Full-Time Job For Center's Bulletin *

1-bedrm. 2962 Dellwood. Ph. 2- FOOTHAI.I.Oft. Till would, of course, mean that

4007. Mrs. Patterson. 11. mt: 'tht-se employees officially absent

3 rms., by day or week 2601 Instructor Training School Field . .(,toeEglin .. Jit Navy or assigned temporary additional
on i*. 595218x8
Park St. Ph. 82770. Mrs. S. R. :! duty at other activities! would unfairly

Houston. VariHy Basketball 1'nictle Bide, 3 be forced to go on direct
One of the lesser known schools
ordinator at the school said, "It HOU1.INCoii.
Furn. 3-rm. bungalow. $55 mo.
at the Naval Air Technical Train 13. mtOperatloni
2820 Harvard Ave., Ortega. Mrs. I is extremely interesting to see the . .vi. .. . Marine Hereafter, 'members who do not
.ing.Center, and yet a school thatIs Fanron tt No 1. .v*. . . VA\V-ll .
Mobley. needed to train the many Navy, proven theories of education being VP 741 . .. vi. . Blood BmkOl.t. pay and who wet present on collection
826 put to work in such a practicalway ii, mtFairon days will be so markedon
2-rm. furn. apt. $50 mo. MaySt.
Marine, and civilian instructors is 6 No. :2..vi. Special Ser\lres
Ph. 7-6048.< Mrs. Ellington. at the Center." 'llImn :3! . .v*. .. . Dfitu! the invoice, and their con
the Navy Instructor Training Fairon 109 . .V. . . .. VJ 62
1 sleeping rm., day or week. 112 Oft. D, mi tracts will be placed on a direct
School. Class Fairon 6 No. I .vi. .. VP 741 basis
E. St. Ph. 7-6048. Mrs. pay necessitating paymentof
Ashley VJ-2 .vs. } *
Ellington. The Instructor Training School, I You Can Win $50 ORC, In.l: : : : : ;: :v: :: :: ::: :: : .lllno.t. U the quarterly fee which runs
full-time is designed it, 1932
doing a job,
Unfurn. 3-bedrm. house. 2305 Urban PHI Rollers .v... Special Seen IcesFasron considerably higher than the
instructorsthree . . . .
I to give prospective You can win $:>0,00 and assure 109 vi KAW-11
Rd., Lake Shore. Ph. 84284. Operation . .vg . M dlco'. group rate. Persons placed on direct -
Mrs. C. E. Donea. things: ((1)) Working knowledge your future as an enlisted man TOITII FOOTBALL pay must stay in this status

of the basic principles of if you can answer yes 'to these Oct. 1), ItI 3t for I period of three months before
1 rm. 2224 Dellwood. Ph. 7-5065. Practical Fairon 109 .. .vs. .. . Hospital
Kcndle. teaching; ((2)) experience I questions Ori. II, Hit being eligible for transfer

Mrs. under direct supervision In the 1. Are you In the regular Navyor VP 741 . ..8. .. .. . O &G back
to the -
Furn. 2rm. 2148 Roaselle St. I Oct. li. 1931 group.
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Ph. 75461. Mrs. Emory. Faaron 6 .. .. .vs. . Marine
lessons: (3) Experience in the cilt- 2. Have .you served at least..six.. 't- 1912 on official leave or TAD elsewhereon
Turn. 3-rm. apt. 2148 Rosselle.St.Ph. Ical analysis and evaluation of active ? VJ 112 . .. ? ,, :TI, .. .. ..." supply
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The school is divided into two For Information about joining Fairon 6 . . vi. .. ... Operations records show them officially ab-
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Class is taught In 200 hours and and Marine VJ 62 . . .vi. ::::,. Fairon 31
Eva Knight. Navy Corps enlisted Faron 101! ... VI. .. .. . O & R and in the Plan of the Day. It
Furn. apt. $35 mo. 145 W. 3rd distributed over a five-week pe : men, call either of the following VJ.62.'P 741 BombeiiHOBBY remains the sole responsibility ()tu'h

riod. Instructional Supervision today: RELE Omar B. Fisher, office SHOP HOUR
St. Ph. 39729. Mrs. Eva Knight. Tu,s. thru Fri. . .. ..... ..14002200Saturday member to see that his premIum
Class is taught in 80.hours. I phone 525, home phone 88- . . ......n...0900-1730 Is paid on the dates named.
4-rm house. $65: 330 W. 26th
Sunday and Monday........ Secure:
8486 Lonnie P. .
St. Ph. 39729. Mrs. Eva A Fundamentals of SupervisionClass ; Richburg, AKC .

is also taught at the school office phone 8237, home phone 2- Whitchats Clash With
Knight. Officers i.s
Wives GolfersEntertain
1720; or Ensign Jean Kirsh, office

which gives the students in the
1-bedrm. house. 1644 McDuff Ave. In Swim Meet
Aviation Electriciansmate ClassB phone Hospital 561 then extension Timuquana
Ph. 6-0423 or 2-8960. J. E. Me Sharks
and barracudas
Cants. Aviation Ordnanceman Class B, 17, home phone 88-9330. Officers Wives Golf Group will
I prowl the indoor
tonight a
Aviation Ordnance Class O, and will entertain
Timuquana Country
Sleeping rm. 2518 Park, River. the ANP( ) sailor sharks and the
side. I Aviation Ground Officers Class O, NOTICEBlue Club with an 18-hole mixed Marine
barracudas clash in their-
: fundamentals of supervision. two-ball foursome Oct. 12.
FOR SALE Cross and Blue Shield third swim meet of the season at
3-bedrm. house. 2135 Blanding I payments are due Oct. 13.14, Anyone who wishes to play 1900.
Planning instruction, methodsof can sign at the Golf Shack
Blvd., Lake Shore. Ph. ext. 446, policy holders are reminded. up The Marines are out to avenge
teaching, instructional aids, and before Friday noon.
or 23974. Lt. Burfee. three straight defeats and the
testing and grading are only a I
Sell equity In 35-ft. 2bedrm. Sailors intend to lengthen their
part of the many phases .of theschool's
house trailer. Lot 68 Azalea I victory string. Keen competitionfrom
curriculum. Defore grad.
Trailer Park. Ph. ext. 661. Mr. I an improved Marine squadis
uation each student
Carver. presents I promised. All personnel are invited .
three lessons In class
where he
Sell equity In 2-bedrm. house. 965 to attend the contest.
receives constructive criticism. .
Mikael. Ph. 8-340D.: !) Mr. Corller. f

2-bedrm. house, sell equity $1,000 Upon graduation from the For The Record
school, newly taught Instructorsare
and take
up payments. 1066 Detroit
given jobs throughout the ANSWERSContinued
i CircleV.. Ph. ext. 8101,
Center to instruct Navy and Marine ( from Page 3)

M/Sgt. Blanton. personnel in the aviation 1. William Henry Harrison had
:5-rm.: house. 9000. 548 W. 24th
schools.: ten children.
St. Ph. 3-9729. Mrs. Eva
SAn 2. Yes. Nine, including; Wilson,
Sell or trade equity in 34-ft. house
in- ervloe training who was elected both times with
trailer for equity in house. Ph. program i .. 1 19'kA9.lro
has also been established at the less than 47 percent of the popu
2-9365.: Hobbs Trailer Court
school. Through the use of this lar vote.
Mr. (:iark
program, all instructors are observed 3. Two. The election of>> Thom
5-rm. h'nise. Murray Hill, avail.
by the Instructor as Jefferson In 1800 and John
Nov. 1. Ph. 8-4679. Mrs. Williams. !
staff at their teaching assignments Quincy Adams in 1324.

once every six months to 4. Jefferson Davis, a West Point

MISCELLANEOUS note If any improvement is neededin Point graduate.

HIde!'. wanted from Lakeside Villas their instructional techniques. :5. Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford

on Blanding Blvd. via Don R. Gustine, training co. :S 0 f B. Hayes, Benjamin I Harrison, .
Orange Park, 0730 to 1600. Ph. James A, Garfield and William

ext. :nil': Mr. Carl Smith. Ph. ext. 449. Mr, Gerstl. bolic DUVAL of COUNTY RUNNERS-UP-Presenting a trophy, sym- McKinley.
place the recent Duval County Softball championships
Driving to New York on or about Baby sitter, by the week. 105 to Jax Navy coach Matt Fedak is Lcdr. Richard Donahue, 6. Houston, Tex. This was the

Oct. 17. Will carry paying passender. Velma St. Mrs. Crews Special Services officer. Team members grouped around are, left only time in history that a biff

Ph. 3G750. Sgt. Wall. Baby sitter or dally housework.Ph. to right: Woodrow Perry, Qulnten McElyea, Ralph Baughan Gene i convention was held in a Southern
Norton George Breen, Rollyn Trotter John Doherty, Tom lien..
Driving.to; Newark, N. J. Oc t. 10. 7-4788. Mrs. Dodd. drkk and Dale Rfltenour. I state. .

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