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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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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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First Carrier Arrives Monday



DUE HERE MONDAY The -

USS Tarawa (CVA-40), draws ,
the honor of being the first ," First To Dock
USS Tarawa
I '
Mayport aircraft carrier carrier basin.to tie The up his-at V v." ; VAv ', ,

toric event takes place Monday ,

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s.aJs1 At Mayport Basin Pier


An important first In the history of Naval progress in

the Jacksonville area will be recorded Monday Oct. 27 when

'_ .- cj the carrier USS Tarawa (CV A-40)) steams into Mayport

basin and secures her mooring lines to the newly completed

P carrier berthing pier.

Never before in the decade or
Field became the only area
more of the Navy's .existence
south of Norfolk with facilities
here has it been possible for a
for berthing heavy carriers.
heavy carrier to tie up to a dockat
Mayport. Previously flattopshad Use of the new carrier berthing

to anchor at sea off the jet. basin is expected to facilitate
ties. tremendously the problem of

loading aircraft and personnel.

WITII THE completion of the Now it will be possible for air-

600-ft carrier pier and the dredg craft flown to Mayport from

ing of the channel and basin, NAS Jacksonville and NAS Cecil
Field, to be hoisted directly
I Mayport Auxiliary Landing
I II aboard the ship right_...... _from__... the
dock. Squadron officers and men
Reveal DateChanges
will embark with ease.

Arrival of the Tarawa, a carrier *
In of the 37,500-ton Essex

class commanded by Capt. JackP.

PO ExamsAdvancement 1 Monroe, will be witnessed bya
I small group of Jacksonville

examinations for civic leaders, state and national

1953 will be held in Februaryand VOL-10 No. 28 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida s0 IiIoct. 1952 government officials, and high
of ranking naval officers.
August instead Januaryand .
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July, according to BuPers
Instruction received recently.The Ideas Still Pay Off VICE ADM. John J. Ballentine,
Commander Air Force, Atlantic
February service-wide examinations Fleet, who commands all the air-

for pay grades E-4, 0 & R Employees Awarded craft carriers in the Atlantic has
E-5, E-6, and E-7 will be admin. been invited to attend the event
istered on the following dates:
f.Dt by Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi-
E-7, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1953. r son, Commander Fleet Air Jack-

E-4, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1953. $775 For SuggestionsCash sonville.

E-5, Tuesday, 'Feb. 17, 1953. Shortly after tying up at the

E-6, Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1953. awards totaling $775 were presented to 20 Overhaul and carrier pier next Monday, per
tRecommendations Repair department employees In brief ceremonies last Thursday. sonnel of the Tarawa will begin

for person Capt. Leonldas 'D. Coates, Over loading aboard aviation stores

nel eligible to compete in these haul and Repair officer, awarded I Delile wan awarded his check

examinations must be submittedon <. for a suggestion of refinishing pulleys November 2 has
the checks for beneficial suggestions Sunday
"f.4'.o
or prior to Nov. 5, in memorandum '>>(, ,;. \ with phenolic resin when been designated as Open House '
form. The following information which will result in an estimated -
r "' .U worn. and, crat hed. A method Day with invitation extendedto
.
must be included: Correct : savings 33,017.08 duringthe
of repair whereby worn landing al1)>people In this'area to visit
last name, first name, and FROM THE BOYS-Master first year they are In opera the USS Tarawa during the
Sergeant Reginald Bagube, of flap selector valve quadrants are
middle initial rate
present ser
the Liaison office oT Aviation tion at this station. hours of 1300 until 1600.
reworked won Holmes his award.
vice number, rate recommendedfor Electrician's Mate School, .
USN USNR and statement Merklinger designed a portable
or a NATTCenter presents newly
Maximum award of $275
that all candidates meet commissioned lieutenant was brake bleeder which permits! the and embarking support person-
the minimum requirements and Charles Christie with his barsas presented to James Gorman for removal of air from brake ays- nel and pilots of Carrier Air

are eligible in all respects for a present from men in the removing (Please turn to Page 4, Col. 5)) Group 10 from NAS Cecil Field
office. Lt. Christie is Marine
and of Marine Fighter Squadron
advancement. liaison officer for AE "A" award of $95 went to Julian P. .
114.
S SIt School. (See story, page 4))
Dekle; $60 to Lawrence V. Howling Nor'caster Dips The ship is scheduled to remain
training courses and practical
Holmes; $50 to Harry J. Merkling
docked at Mayport until
factors have not been completed HereIn Thermometer To 46 Low
4,000 er, and awards of $40 each to the following morning when she
forward by memoran- Charles F. Parish and Charles M. -- It wasn't your imagination, it will get underway for the Jack-
dum, the date of completion with cold here
Line For Martin. really was Tuesdaycold sonville operating area, where
training course marks to the I
at least for the month of
Four awards of $25 each wentto carrier training exercises will be
& E office as soon as they are accomplished -
October in Jacksonville.Tuesday's .
Robert L. Masson Carl R.
BoostAbout conducted with Fleet Air Jack
each candidate. Wage
by
Jones, Willis B. Doolittle and Leonard low here at NAS, sonville squadrons until Friday
This information must be furnIshed -
4,000 employees of P. Burns. Charles A, Whise- according to Aerology, was 40. Oct. 31 when the ship will return
Jan. 15 1953
to ,
prior according
to Personnel Officer's Naval Air Station are looking nant, Austin Griswold and LeonE. Low in the city was 43. But it to Mayport.
forward to a possible increasein Gonzales received $15.00. was not the lowest record for S
Memorandum No. 5752.
their paychecks. this time of year. Lowest for October DOCKING of the ship at May-

Convening authorities in areas If a petition for such increasesis Seven employee received $10 was a 37 recorded in 1910.A port marks the culmination of

where the dates listed would in. approved by the Wage Stabilization awards: Claud If. Israel, MeetaP. howling Nor'easter, with years of planning that started

terfere with operational controlof Board, employees will Simonton, Frank A. Bolin, Albert winds up to 45 miles an hour .in with a survey conducted by the

seagoing, aviation or other benefit by an approximate hour C. Keene, Reginald D. Nor- some spots, helped chill the at. Hepburn Board in 1938. This

overseas shore based"units may ly increase of 15 cents for laborer man, Dennis H. Hutchison, and mosphere. Board was appointed by the
conduct the examinations after
helper and mechanical, print. Mark A. Brazzell. r I (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 3))
scheduled dates until the end of
ing and lithographic services,
February.
and six cents for commissary and

laundry workers. L

Only Eight Days Result of Wage Survey
The Petition for the increase In

Left For Your wage schedules for suck employ.

ees of the Navy in the Jackson-
Morals Essay I ville area followed a wage survey -
,
Eight more days remain for conducted locally by the r yL c DkYP

personnel preparing 'Moral Essays Industrial Relations department, p w yN" >roN
to submit their papers before NAS Tax, in conjunction with the

the Nov. 1 deadline. Valu Bureau of Labor Statistics in a'L

able prizes will be awarded Washington.Will .

writers of the ten best essays. Increase Payroll

Quite a few good essays have The survey was made several

been received from some units, months ago, and if approved the

but the Response has not been new schedule will be placed in ,

too gratifying from others. Di. effect starting the first pay per :
iod after Oct. 16.
vision leaders to
are urged en
courage their personnel to participate Those benefitting are, for the >.s, y

in this program.If most part, employed by the 44

enough good essays are Overhaul and Repair department, RECEIVE CASH AWARDS ceremonies last Thursday Cap Leonldas D. Coates, Overhauland
forthcoming, there may be a Public Works department, and Repair officer, awarded individual checks, totaling $775 to these 20 0 & R employees for their
the Supply department. The increase Beneficial Suggestions. Kneeling (left to right) are: Austin Griswold, Harry Merklinger, Charles
chance that they will receive presumably will the Martin and Frank Bolln. Standing (left to right): Charles Whisenant, Leonard Burns, Mark Brat-
wide I recognition throughoutthe up zell, Julian Dekle, Albert Keene, Leon Gonzales, James Gorman, Charles Parish, Captain Coates.
Navy. already heavy Navy payroll here Claud Israel, Dennis Hutchison, Reginald Norman, Carl Jones, Robert Masson, Meeta 51mu a.,
by more than $1,000,000. Lawrence Holmes and Willis Doolittle.



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23 October
1952
page Two JAX AIR NEWS -
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Report From WasAingfonTaxpayers

USS Tarawa


J11 K 0FkIi1113 Secretary(Continued of the from Navy Page to study 1)) Put $65 Billion


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

NAS, Jacksonville developing the basin at

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer Mayport to accomodate large
Comdr. James II. Armstrong Executive officer (By Armed Forces Press Service Ft. Bliss Tex.
Lt. Dave Barksdale. Public Information Officer carriers of great draft it was American taxpayers paid a rec- end White Sand
Proving Ground
Fleet Air Jacksonville necessary to increase the depthto ord-breaking $65,009,585,000 into Las Cruces,
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardisnn _Commander N. M.
42 feet. The area around the the Federal Treasury last fiscal .
Chief of Staff
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins
than
Fleet Air Wing Eleven 600 foot steel pier where the year, an average of more Production of a high-speed jet

Cept. Arthur S. Born Commander USS Tarawa will dock was than $415 for every man, woman, powered seaplane has been
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton : Chief Staff Officer and child in the nation. The Bu- or-
dredged to a depth of 44 feet. dered by the Navy. The plane
Internal Revenue reported -
of
Naval Air Technical Training Center reau
will be
radically different in
Officer 1952 fis- con.
Capt. Edwin R. Peck Commanding that receipts for the
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer TO PERMIT the carriers to cal year, which ended June 30, cept and design from past models
and will be designated the Model
Naval
Hospital
showed increase of 28.9 per-
Capt. Dwight J. WhartoD-_ Commanding Officer turn around and head back to an income 275 Seamaster, the Navy said.

Capt. T. F. Weinert ____ Executive Officer sea, the basin had to be built toa cent over the previous year's While- The Navy now has seaplanes
of $50,445,000,000.
NARTU size of 3000 feet long and 2000 which are assisted in take-off by
all
Commanding Officer tax collections outstripped
Capt. Easton B. Noble
but
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer wide. previous years, the Treasury still jet flight. are propeller-driven in

weekly Pier accomodations also pro- wound up with a deficit of approximately .
The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station vide for four or five destroyer $4,000,000,000.The .
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with P0"'W: Conversion of Greenville AFB
at no expense to the government and In compliance with : : Key.Nov. escorts: in addition to the car total receipts, however, included ,
1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station I Miss., to a basic single-engine
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. riers. Smaller auxiliary vessels millions of dollars in social -
Naval Hospital. may anchor in the basin.In I security and unemployment jet school in January, 1953, has
F..ditor-Andrew H. Planey which not available for been announced by the Air
addition to the work on the taxes are
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3; Mary Bixiones, J03; John Char. Force. Graduates of the new jet
vat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen Harper. basin and piers, an 8000-foot general spending. purposes.. training station will be commissioned -

The JAX AIR NEWS If a member of the Armed Forces Tress Service. runway for use by jet aircraft is second lieutenants
AFPS material appearing; In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe under construction. Three exist I An intensive study is now being upon
or Armed Forces Press Service. publication of other completion of training.
mature written except permission by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of ing 4000 foot runways were re I made by the Army to deter- .
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. tained. mine what areas in the U. S. will

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

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

r Leads To Strength, Better Life another carrier berthing pier and 'that recent tests have justified for combat men are being con-
ducted the .
by Army Medical Research
an escort pier for smaller ships. plans for the use of guided mis-
Discipline Your Mind Body Spirit The program included the build- ; siles in antiaircraft battalions. Laboratory, Ft. Knox,
of
I Ky. Advantages contact lenses
ing of three jet fuel tanks of five Tactical and technical trainingof
To Desirable StandardsThis thousand barrel capacity. officers and men in this new include reducing the possibilityof
To Conform
air defense are being conducted glasses being broken or lost,
When all the work now under and
eliminating light reflections.Construction .
I at the Guided Missile Center,
contract is finished Naval Aux-
( Is the fifteenth of a series of articles In connection with *
iliary Landing Field, Mayport !
the service-wide program, Protection of Moral Standard). of a $6,000,000
will have its
own operations WAC training center at Ft. Mc-

Captain Edwin U. Peck building and control tower, and Clellan, Ala., is underway. The
facilities for about 250 Naval
center consists of 26 major buildings
Unfortunately today as soon as the word "discipline" is personnel needed for maintenance. -
and additional
used, people immediately associate it with the idea of pun- Lcdr. Jack Rostien is offi- facilities constituting a supporting separate

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

instructing. Discipline is in fart a "Training which corrects, : field.When approximately 2,700 WAC
I fully completed the ,t, trainess and provide basic train-
molds strengthens or perfects.
,
Mayport facilities will
e representan ing for incoming enlisted women.
There also seems to be a misconception of why disciplineis investment of approximately .
.
necessary. Too many people feel that discipline is exercised $10,000,000. Incidence of major epidemic

for the purpose of curtailing personal liberty and free- diseases among South Korean civilians

dom; to prevent people from doing what they wish to do.I Dr. Kerno Gives has been drastically reduced -

Nothing could be further from the truth. Discipline is train- Kmay. in the past year. The Army
0 attributed gains to the joint pro-
ing to conform to certain given standards, not to curtail lib- Picture Here On gram of disease control directedby

erty and freedom but to train the stray individual who would the Army Medical Service;

violate your liberty and freedom, from hurting or harmingyou. United Nations and the United Nations Civil As-

is for protection. sistance Command, Korea. The
Discipline your Former Assistant Secretary
Dr. Ivan Kerno AMS has provided enough smallpox
General of the United Nations In
Recall European Situation typhoid, and typhus vac-
charge of Legal Affairs, Dr. IvanS.
So, iety or any group of people united for a specific cause Kerno, delivered an address on "World security is indivisible," cines to give more than 80,000,000

devises its own rules as a code of discipline to protect itself the United Nations to a Jam- Dr. Kerno stated. "I can best inoculations.

from within. As successful as this arrangement may be to packed Jax Navy audience in the give you an example of the folly .

help individuals of a group to fall in line and conform and NATTCenter auditorium Monday.Dr. ot isolationism by taking you backto

become obedient to given standards, most happy and most Kerno divided his address the beginning of World War ccDw1N1 ))': .

successful is that individual who through self-discipline, by into three main parts-the aim, II. I was in Czechoslovakia at the

his own initiative, conforms to desirable standards. the functions, and necessity of the time. Hitler i gobbled up the (SERVICESProtestant ))
Self-discipline begins with training the intellect. In the United Nations. He discussed all Czechs, and all the time he was

Navy we often find young men who left school in the eighth, three. telling Poland that he had no

ninth or tenth grade because they did not like school. How- I quarrel with her. Then he took 0830-All Saints Chapel.

ever, the Navy or Marine Corps determined some possessed a Aim Defined Poland, then Belgium, and later 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
type of intelligence which made them desirable candidatesfor Aim of the United Nations was France. 0930Sunday School.

further training and instruction; suddenly, these men defined as a three-fold objective The analogy is there and plainto 1045-All Saints ChapeL
cessation of all wars, to safe- see. nation *
find themselves in school again. Any that stands Catholic
guard rights and dignity of man- ; by and tries to be an isolationist, Ed
I 0800-0900-1000 -Mass, St.
kind, and the promotion of social that nation is sure to be destroyed.All ward's Chapel.

There are those who rebel at this and make themselvesand progress and well-being of man- nations will have to pull together 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.

everyone around them unhappy. However, the young kind. for the good of all, if thereis Mormon1930TuesdayNATTC
man who sees in his new school situation challenge, an oppor- Functions of the UN were ex- ever to be a lasting peace." Chap-

tunity to make good what he missed when he was immaturein plained fully. He dwelt briefly Dr. Kerno finished his address Iain's office.Christian .

his thinking, is now practicing self-discipline of the intel- on the inter-departments of the with a list of the accomplishments Science.1900TuesdayNATTC.

lect. world organization, and then pointed of the United Nations in the sev- Chap-
out necessity for the UN. en years of its existence.
Self-discipline of the body is also important, especially -- Iain's office.
if we are to rise above the animal level in our life and habits. financial Report Released I

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

the than body.that of animal or beast is to exercise self-discipline in Total Assets Of Local Credit Union Over $20.000. I IThe


.
Jax Navy Federal CreditUnion's loaned
with $875.59 available $35.03 20.617.15.Total .
totaling
The man who fails to worship his God and Creator be-I financial and statistical for loans at this time. Cash reserve income for the periodwas

cause he is afraid of the ridicule of others or thinks it "sissy" report for the period ending (10% of shares) amounts $223.83, with interest on

to "get religion" is only cheating himself of one of the greatest Sept. 30 shows total assets of to $2,024.50 and a Petty Cash loans amounting to $223.08 and
comforts that to to know that he is always $20,617.15 and a membership of Fund of $10.00
can come man a Change Fundof Cash over and short of $.75.
walking in the presence of God. So to walk, ?s hand in 1,347. $100.00 and the Unamortized Expenses listed showed $6650

hand with God, is to develop self-discipline of the si '.it. Since its organization this past Organizational Cost of $147.69 for stationery and supplies; $49.50
spring, the local facility has brings the
total to !
As the individual develops self-discipline in mind, body, granted loans in the amount of figure. the $20,617l5 for educational expense; $20.85

and spirit, his response to discipline in the group will be $19,540.00, of which $2,080.63 has Liabilities for borrowers insurance; $29.00
For such discipline been $20,245 for Surety bond premium; and
spontaneous. a person never means pun- already repaid. Liabilities show
ishment or chastisement. To him discipline is strength, $17,459 Leaned able in the shares pay. $22.95 for utilities. A net profit of

growth, a new and a better life within himself and amongsthis Breakdown of total assets indi- with a reserve amount for of $$20,245.37 $35.03 brings the total expense
bad
loans of and profit statement to a figure
fellow men. cates that $17,459.37 Is currently $336.75 and
a Profit and Loss of of $223.83.rU1 .



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FIRST INSPECTION OF FALL IN BLUES-Blues were the uniform of the I Wave Company the once-over (left), while Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, executive
I day for the monthly inspection last Saturday at NATTCenter. Capt. Edwin R. I officer, inspects a group of White Hats (right). I
Peck commanding: officer of NATTCenter, and his inspecting party gave the

Every the Air But Flying Saucers


BLOOD BOX SCORE BANK I VIPs djDiy CAG-4's Skill In FlightLaunch I r t+1



N.. Qao& pr.eg.
$ Yet te.t ,
'em! Launch 'em! The ron 211 plus detachments from was on display for Marshal Tito
FAW-U __.... 13 18 146.1 )IAlNSIDEThun.t
old the did bawL 4 12 33 and his people.
NA'l'TCft1tff ...Z3 299 118.1 man on bridge Composite Squadrons f Oct. 22

Oper. ._.__ 11 14 114.6 Launch everything that's got awing and 62.Aircraft. I Ii i The aerial firepower demon- People Against

Marines _....... 10 10 100.0 the Admiral says launch types employed were strated and parade put on by O'Hara ,.. .... .. Spencer Tracy

Comm. _..._ 4 4 100.0 tern all. Banshee's, Corsair fighterbombers CAG-4 aircraft was outstandingand Fri., Oct 24

Medical __..._ 2 2 100.0 Launch they did from dawn to and Douglas dive-bombers, eye-opening to the visitors. Excuse My

Dental _......_ I 1 100.0 dusk and far into the night, this with the jets ranging far and As a result of cooperation of Dust ................ Red Skelton

Res. Fleet ........ 85 78 91.7 "Can Do Gang" who never stop- high carrying out many long all hands, end a determinationto Sat. Oct 25

Pub. Works .... 24 19 19.1 ped 'til Norfolk was again in range missions and accumulatingover constantly strive for the high- Showboat ........ Kathryn Crayson

Spec. Servo ....... f 3 15.0 sight. 4,000 flight hours and over est practicable state of readiness, NATTCrinter

AR'l11 __.. 7 5 1U Although resembling a bit of 2,000 landings without accident. the results seemed inevitable. Thurs. Oct. 23

Supply .._._..... 21 17 62.9 poetry CAG-4 which recently returned '. That's the way CAG-4 likes to Mr. Eight

Hospital ..........21 13 8U Eighty........... Burl Lancaster
to NAS Jax, proved the The "old-faithful" Corsairs and sail good men true and staunch.
Cecil Field _.. 16 9 66.2 I above to be no idle phrase. versatile "Able Dogs" saw aerial FrL Oct. 2 i

o & R _._......IU 63 54.1 parades spelling out on different Angels In The

Admin. ............ 3" I 33.3 Operating with the U. S. Sixth occasions the letters NATO, U. HalfGallonClub Outfield ................ Paul Douglas
ComFair Jax 94 21 28.7 Bat. Oct. 25
Fleet in Mediterranean waters N., TITO over 'various capitol
Cm. Cove Spgs. 35 6 17.1 cities advertisements People Against
impressive
Air Group 4 pilots flew over 23- were
Engineers ........ 13 0 0.0 000 hours and made over 8,000 to the thousands of Eu- TotalIs O'Hara Spencer TracyHOSPITAL
Fla- MIL DlBt... 5 0 0.0
who saw them.
landings during the Atlantic ropeans
AIM ................ 4 0 0.0 Now 51 ThuM. Oct. 23
to from their visit in Med
crossings and Norfolk. the
mD ....__......_ 2 0 0.0SIJPP'.Y minor During Dannerhnc .............. Sally Forrest
Only aircraft damage re- iterranean officers and men of
Eleven blood donors J"rl.t Oct. Zl
sulted and not a single fatal CAG-4 visited ports in Algeria, more
have been added to the Jax Mr. Eight
casualty of any sort occurred. France Italy Greece, x Portugal, Half-Gallon club, bringing the Eighty ........... Burt LancasterSat.
and Yugoslavia.
Commanded by Comdr. Larry
total membership to 51. Club ., 0 Gels, Air Group 4 was composedof The visit to Split Yugoslaviawas members have donated at least Angola In The
Navy squadrons VF-62 VF- unusually interesting, it being '
Outfield Paul
Douglas
blood I
four pinta of to( the '
44, VA-45, Marine Attack Squad- the first time U. S. aircraft
SIl'EI.JGff'Urgency I Armed Forces Blood Center

Furniture For Center Lounges here.Following.
are the newest additions 1D
of meeting Supply De- to the club: Donald I
How Do You Get Recreation Gear?
partment's blood donor quota was Hubbard, AD 3 Operations;,

Daniel i P. Rose, MR2, Sub
stressed this week in letters to all
hands. The department is requested NATTC Council Tells How Its DoneThe Group 3, Green Cove; Frances
I. Camp AG3 Operations; T/
to furnish 27 donors weekly NATTCenter recreation NATTC
Sgt. Renny Smithy ;
solved to a fine point which was
according to civilian personnel supervisor committee last Thursday discussed Robert T. Newman PNSN
the shortage of furniture and the The stork did his bit by Public
J. M English.At the purchase of new recrea- NATTC; Charles II Powell,
shortage of money due to the Works recently when he visited
least 350 donors are neededto tion equipment for the person- Christmas party for the depen- PNSN NATTC; R. A. Hart- the home of Ensign Samuel B
maintain this schedule. Any wick, SN, 1st Lt.'a Office; Wil-
dents. The question finally Wilkinson assistant
nel of the Center. was resident of ft-
qualified employees who have not lie E. Smith, O & It; RichardD.
solved with the to
proposal com- cer-in-charge of construction at
called to
The
meeting was order -
had the opportunity to volunteer by Comdr. William A. Hood pletely outfit the lounge of Build- McConnell AA, F&sron 9; Cecil Field and left a little

are urged to do so, and keep this l senior officer of the committee. ing 405 and make the lounge Helen Deaton, Florida Military bundle their first baby a boy.

vital Supply-line going' toolS Representatives of various de- available to the entire ANP) District, and Major Donald We understand Mrs. Wilkinsonand
S S student of the Center.At Paul also of the Florida Military -
partments of the Center were personnel District. the little fellow are getting
Social new !. headed this week present to discuss needs for ath- a later date it was proposedto along fine and that Ens. Wilkinson

by Stock Control Unit 3 activi- letic find other recreational outfit all of the lounges in the will recover soon. The second

ties. Their annual picnic was held equipment and lounge facilitiesfor barracks. This is to be under- "Has the florist any children?" visit was made to the Rus-

Oct. 18 at the home of Mr. and the barracks. taken as soon as the money is 'Two. The girl is a budding sell Bunca's their third child and

Mrs. IL A. Steeves. It becamea available shortly alter Christmas genius and the son is a blooming first girl. He is in Time Section.
The How Is Answered
birthday celebration for Steeves holidays. idiot. I a .
There is probably some ques-
when Lillian Harper presented him tion in the minds of personnel of ,.., Irene Siurglll of the Mail File
-y. "- "Yxr""""
with a cake topped by 41 can- the Center as to how recreational f r-:: ;;
t"::Y":J week's leave. Irene's hubby
dles.Anna equipment is acquired. This is returned -
Thomas, also of Unit 3, how the committee works: recently from a cruise on
wu married Monday in Georgia the USS Wasp and will now be
Personnel of the Center who
The groom came here recently stationed with VJ-62 at NAS.
desire that recreational gear be
from Portland, Ore. bought can submit his requestto : k Y We are glad to have Tollie

j, Cook join us in the Work Meas-
the Special Services officeror
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urement Section of Building 902.
Two chief petty officers reported the Athletic and Recreation :
i. : Marie Robinson formerly of the
in last week for shore duty. officer. They will discuss the sit- <
Contract Section
working ftn-
Paul Herron, AKC came from uation with the individual requesting -
San Diego. He is assigned to Liaison the gear and if it is *c:5'i: Cleve Loveland has taken over
!. ; .j i the duties of Bca Jensen, trans-
Branch, replacing Stan Slem- found that request is reasonable ferred as secretary to Comdr.
it will in turn be submitted to
barski, AKC who transferred to Alan L. Mersereau, Sr.
Mayport. J. K. Pierson, DKC, Is the committee for discussion. .a, .
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the new man in the Disbursing Debate Pros and Cons l We're all looking forward to

office. The committee will debate the the forthcoming Public Works

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

ly two transfers and two resigna- then Comdr. Hood will call fora Post 88, in Southside, Hendricks

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

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

ations Patrick J. Antonelli, recommendation to the C. O. via orchestra will provide the music

also from Operations, IAI assigned the executive office for final ap- __ ._.__.._...._ ___n___ _ __ _____.__ for dancing. The Recreation

to Accounting. Elizabeth Mach proval of the purchase.The RECREATION HUDDLE-Comdr. Richard S. Stuart execu Committee is putting forth all

resigned last Friday from Stock big question before the live officer of NATTCenter; Lt Paul McCoy athletic: and recreation their eforts to make this a gala

Control Willie Britt left committee last Thursday was the officer and Lt. Fred Marconi, special services officer ((left evening. Watch the column for
to right) pay close attention as Comdr. William A. Hood directorof
the Labor ADd Equipment Sec problem of furniture for the training points out the features of the proposed plans for out the time and price of admission

tion. crew'i lounges. The problem re- fitting the Center barracks with lounge furniture. and date for sale of tickets.


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+ { ,y xr EM With College Credits Big Doings Saturday

Night At Jax USO
4 Y V+rv !ptr {
Girl hostess of the year, annual
CommissionsWashington
For
Eligible event of the Volunteer

Service Organization, will be

(AFPS-N a val presented at a formal danceto
enlisted personnel can now applyfor ment current officer procure- be held Saturday, Oct. 25,
ment by offering
permanent commissions with programs per at the USO, 122 Clay Street,
manent commissions ensignsof
as
only two years of college credits, Navy Bus Station topside.
the Line, Civil Engineering
The Stardusters Green
the Navy ,
announces.
Corps, and Supply Corps. It will Cove Springs' Naval Station
Approximately. 50 candidates not affect the NROTC LDO selections -
orchestra will provide music
between the ages of 19 and 31% or the officer candidate
for the affair. All service
per-
will be selected annually from program.
sonnel are cordially invited to
the enlisted ranks. If there are
Open to WAVES attend. The dance will beginat
enough applicants, the quota
WAVES may also apply for the 2000 with ample refresh-
could be increased, the Navy
ments and music:: on hand
stated. commissions. Deadline for completing until
initial application requIrements 2300.
Similar to the plan used before L_ 1"L
I.r'. .... ., .. ..:: -d} I WWII, the program will supple- will ue vI ui tatn
year. Pins Bars
A SOLID FAMILYWhat Applicants must have at least Sgt.

does the typical service family % 1: 3Vz years of continuous active
do of a Sunday morning: rI. duty at the time of initial appli On New Lieut.

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

to the nearest chapel for wor- are required prior to time of ap At NATTCenterIt's

ship, the beginning a beautiful pointment.
day. Sunday begins withan a Applicants with sufficient time not often a Marine master

early mass for the George requirements may submit appli- sergeant pins on the gold bars

rearths. At the top, T/Sgt. I. {y cations six months early because commissioning a new lieutenant,
9 Y%. but it last week at the
Pearth and family walk towardthe x they require one year to process. happened
chapel. In the center the swearing in of Lt. Charles O.
family enters the chapel and K #' F Y w { y-" USAFI Credit Okay Christie, of the Marine Aviation
in the bottom, they devoutly
Selected personnel for Line
Detachment at NATTCenter.Men .
kneel in prayer before mass.
The baby is still there-she and Supply commissions will be who work with Christie in
wasn't tall enough for the camera E j4 sent to Newport, R. I, for 16 the Liaison Office of Aviation
to catch her. Sgt. Pearthis weeks of instruction. WAVES Electrician's Mate "A" School
an instructor in the Center'sAirman will receive weeks instruc-
Preparatory School A seven chipped in to buy his new bars.
and is a firm believer in the ? tion at the Reserve OCS, Bainbridge They were presented with gift

old maxim "A family that kTh Md. wrapping and fancy ribbon and
prays together, stays together." + Civil Engineer Corps candi- were pinned on the new lieutenantby

h I Y fi F.S dates will go to the Naval Con- M/Sgt. Reginald G. Bagube,

ti ,y'tT O struction Battalion Center, Davis- of the Liaison office.
vine, R. I., for 12 weeks. To make it official, Lt. Col.

Personnel who pass the USAFI James C. Lindsay, commanding officer
Educational Qualifications Test I of MAD, did the swearing in.

T > for two 'years of college creditsare

SALTY HUMOR FROM f 44v. eligible. O' &, R EmployeesContinued

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

hotel desk and asked for the they have dependent children improved method of apply-
under 19 of age.
clerk. years ing Lock Rings to Pins won Par-
"Are you the dumbfoundedclerk ish an additional award recommended -
of this dilapidated joint?" THIRD MOVIE e aL by the Navy Efficiency

he asked. Awards Committee Martin received -
"Yes I am," the clerk answered. FOR SAVINGS t his check for a safety sug-
""What's eating you?" gestion proposing the installationof

"That," said the guestcoldly! STAMPBUYERS a baffle in the Vapor Blast
'is what I'd like to know." Machine.
The NATTCenter Special Services *

The mother lion opened her department is presenting an.
Masson was cited for his designof
other special children's movie pro-
eyes lazily and saw her youngson s a 90 degree aluminum tip to fita
Oct. 25 1592 at the NATT-
gram k. a
chasing a hunter around and 300-watt soldering iron.
Center auditorium, Building 563.
around a tree. Jones won his check for rede-
"Junior," she called, "don't All children from various com- signing aileron battens.

play with your food." mands, both military and non- Doolittle designed a Jig to per-
invited to attend.
military, are mit
drilling drain holes in main-
It takes a woman to make a Entertainment has been ar- landing gear upper truss assembly
home and a couple of them to ranged to stimulate an interestby without removal of gear from air

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

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

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

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

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

Irate wife: "My husband is always Doors will be open at 0900 and towing F2H Aircraft with Universal -

singing 'Smoke Gets in admission will be with the pur- After flying 4,200 miles all nine I A rigid flight training programis Type Tow Bars won Gris-
Your Eyes' to me." chase of a lOc or 25c Savings P2V-5s of Patrol Squadron Three being operated by the unit thatis wold his award. Gonzales pro-

Judge: "There's nothing wrong Stamp. have arrived safely at NAF Port filling the work day for the posed that litter support brack-
with that." Cartoons, comedies, sport shorts Lyautey. The first ship to land pilots and crews. It is expectedthat ets, Change No. 20 R4D-5, couldbe
Wife: "While he holds my head and a feature picture i will be was commanded by Skipper G. D. all pilots will soon be checkedout more efficiently installed by

In the furnace?" shown. The main feature will be Ghesquire.For in the new type operationalwork placement of anchor nuts on supports
"Down To The Sea In Ships", star- of thisis
most the Squadron being done by the squadron. and routing flanges off of
"How did you get that black ring Richard Widmark. the initial trip to North Africa channel.

eye, Mrs. Hogan?" Books for the Savings Stampswill and most of the liberty time is be- .-B Israel designed a tool to aid in
"Well, sir, my husband got out be available for the children ing spent sight-seeing. The lan- the removal and replacement of
cf prison on his birthdayandme who do not have them, and will guage barrier has been overcome, CAN STILL REGISTER oil pipes in the front section of

with my big mouth wished be given out at the door with the for the most part, by means of a FOR COLLEGE COURSES R2800 engine crankshafts. Miss
him many happy returns!" purchase of the first stamp. friendly smile and a nod of the Simonton merited her award fora
head. Registration for off campus tool which will permit polish-

| I Visit Moroccan Capital college study here is still opento ing of small gyro instrument ball
I Smith High Among ANP Grads Rabat, the capital of French civilian and military personnel. bearings with a minimum of fatigue .
.
Interested personnel can to .
Morocco, Is one of the most fre- employees. Bolin suggested
With the second highest ave- for further training.A visited enroll through Oct. 30, either the use of a "U" channel
the Huskies
quently spots by -
rage of any Marine ever to grad- machinist before enteringthe In appearance, Rabat is by attending classes or calling type brace for pressure checkingfuel
Marine Corps in April of 8532. cell.Keene.
uate from the Airman Prepara-
similar to U. S. cities in that the
1952, he also attended the U. S. All classes meet in Building designed a carburetor
tory School since its reactivation streets are wide and the buildings
Merchant Marine Academy at modern. 501, NATTCenter and are con- tray to hold test carburetor, and
here, Pfc. Judson A. Smith Kings's Point, Ohio. On his cadet ducted by the General Extension Norman a rack to hold intake

topped last week's graduatingclass voyage, he visited the Mediter- See Sultan Division of Florida. Courses are pipes in a constant position during .
of 276 marines and sailors. ranean area, including Spain, The palace of the Sultan is lo- fully accredited and will be ac- plating process. Hutchison

His final average was 93.56. Italy, Yugoslavia and Israel. cated in Rabat but so far none cepted by most colleges and uni- proposed the use of chain and

From here Smith will go to The honor man is a graduateof of the members of the crew have versities throughout the coun- "eye" to tow engine conveyors,
Aviation Electronics School at Germantown High School in been able to relate of a visit to try. and Brazzell proposed a methodof

NATTCenter, Memphis, Tenn., Philadelphia, Pa., his home town. the harem. slotting power cases.r .



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Fasron Six VA-J05 VF-174, VF-173 Report Air Group 10



Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons UndergoesFirst ReviewRecently

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Fasron Six
Fasron Six, competing againstthe ADC; Ralph Callahan, ADI; El- commissioned Carrier

entire Atlantic' i Fleet Air vyn Fisher, PNSN, and William Air Group 10, received its first

.. Force again, snared top honors In Slalr, AKAN, department repre- ,{w y personnel administrative Inspec-
the ComAirLant Training Pro- 3entatlves. tion by Commander Fleet Mr,
.
gram during August with a 126.9 S Jacksonville, Rear Adm. Osborne
percent average. VA-105 D. Hardison last week at NAS Ce-
Out of tM recent Fleet Wide cil Field.
Notching the title for the third
consecutive month Competitive Examinations, 44 men CAG-10, skippered by Commander -
squadron per-
took and
33 made their
sonnel are to'be congratulated for exams Ray P. Kline, is the third air
rates, effective last Thursday The
to be commissioned since
their fine group
performance as ex-
feels of this
squadron proud
+? the outbreak of the Korean war
Lt. Norman E. Pen- U
by
pressed
achievement and extends a hearty #
fold, Educational officer. Over 600 officers! and men wire.
"well done" to the men and the tU
reviewed by Admiral Hardisonand
The undefeated volleyball team education department.
the inspecting party which
VP-741 : U
skinned at 140
Hangar
Along with night qualifications, included Capt. Howard Hopkins,
last week to take In the
top spot
the squadron's flying concentration -
Chief of Staff for ComFairJax;
Main I side intramural
volleyball last month centered around :
Comdr. Lawrence Gels, CAG-4;
league. Led by team captain Ralph
field carrier landing practice. Both Comdr. Raymond Kline, CAG-10
Callahan, AD1, the sluggers re-
men and pilots were beginning to and officers of Admiral llardlson'a
corded 15-6, 159 victories. look little
a worn from the hard staff
Off to Grand Rapids, Mich. to work but
seemed to
everyone ___nn_____ __n_______....__________________ In recent aerial ordnance com-
enjoy a well deserved vacation weather the storm.In .
goes CO Lcdr. Fredrick E. Wood ABOARD WITH VF-173 Enroute; to Greenock, Scotland petition, which I includes glide
with the
ward conjunction flying, aboard the carrier USS Franklin Roosevelt, Fighter Squadron bombing, dive bombing, air-to-air
his
accompanied by wife,
squadron is the proud possessorof 173 officers proudly display the Battle Efficiency '"E" Plaque to gunnery and rocket firing, the
Mrs. Betty Jane Woodward. Alsoon AD-4's replacing the tired R. C. Rountree, National Editors Association representative (OetO), squadron pilots of Air Group 10
leave are Lt. Sigurd Gudal, for AD-l's. The crew has worked who was aboard to observe "Operation Mainbrace". With Roun
Milwaukee, Wis., while Lt. How- hard with the change-over and tree are (left to right), Lt. (jg) Edwin Barrineau, Ensign: Millard received 16 coveted Navy "E's" for
ard T. Rollins heads for Chicago.A Ball, Lt. (jg) Isaac Jones, Comdr. John Owens, Lt. ('jg) Robert their proficiency In the different
the skipper feels we will be up Valentine and Ensign Herbert Simon. phases of the exercise.pea .
tribe of Fasroni Injuns welcomed and over par for our forthcoming

back their leading warrior shake-down cruise. AMC, and Ernest L. Owens, ADC. VF 174 ranee, Industry, and military

Chief Earl B. Malley, commonly Fourteen new men reported The squadron extends a hearty A recent news release from VF- bearing. Finally, the up-to-date

known as "Silver Top." Return- aboard this month. Sharing the welcome to these men and to Lt. 174, currently aboard the giant I status of the aircraft's log books

ing after a leave of 25 suns, the work-load are William J. Daniel, William W. Vaughn, Jr., who recently carrier USS Franklin D. Roose- are Judged.

great father proudly grun'ted Jr., AMAA; Guinn Papasan, AM3; reported from Fasron 106, velt in the Mediterranean, re- Final judging Is done by the pilots -

"Ugh" as the peace pipe was Eugene Simmonds, AN; RichardS. Argentla. vealed winners In the squadron's of the planes with reCommen-

passed. Miller, ADAA; Calvin L. Young, For the third month the squadron "plane captain of the week" contest dations coming from the squad-

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

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

Walter Labozan, AD3; Leo J. Bailey, ADAA; George W. Colville, accomplishment of accident free AD1, and Richard Packard, maintenance officer, Lt. Ralph M.

Kramer, AD2; Arnold Long, AF- ADAA; Robert L. Kay, A'M2' ; Don- hours, the squadron feels proud, AD3, plane captain and second me- Koontz.

AN, and Douglas Robbins, PHG- ald G. Ferrell, PR2; Donald X. and from the skipper's office we chanic of Squadron Aircraft 401. .

AN, all from VJ-62, while NAT- Dies, AMH3; Joseph A. Stal, quote, "Keep up the good work." When deciding on men to represent Congratulation are in order for

TC offers Joseph T. Smith, AOAA; the squadron as__ _plane L captain ___- the current winners as well as the

Alton G. Hathaway, AOAA; UU and second mechanic, the following previous winners who were Ralph'S.

George E. Sheppard, AOAA, and s c RQ U : a i .' Aa four points are emphasized.First Smith, ADI, and Louis P. Gg-!'

Vernon Scott, AOAA, having grad- winners are judged on ap- nac, ADAN; Joseph Parker, AD3,
uated from Ordnance School. From and Bernard Sterling, AN.
pearance of their aircraft, its
Bainbridge comes Russell C. Golden .sI maintenance, cleanliness, and pol Congratulations to four officers

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

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

Charles Goodsine, TESN, who has parts. Third, the plane captain'sand (jgs) Robert Hall, William Cam-

gone TAD to ComFairJax Com second mech's attitude, ap- eron and John M. Houle, while Lt.
munications. Jim Parker added a half stripe.
Recently advanced to Pay Grade \ 'J "' v During "Operation Mainbrace", '

E-3 and future "BB" stackers r VF-174 pilots "shot" 1,800 feet of

were Vernon Scott, George E. gun camera film, proving that

Sheppard, Joseph Tillman, the trio many choice targets would have
; I.. been hit in an actual combat
becoming AOANs. Jerome Dee- L : oper-
...
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gan, Richard Bowman, Earl Craig- : j. ation.
head, David W. Holloway, and s At the close of "Mainbrace": ,

Fred Morris will only support the : \ 11 'p" Skipper John H. Irrobino addressedall

three green stripes. j, hands in the ready room. He
said simply, "In addition to the
Donald Angst, AN, after ten
months of faithful service, Is no <2 2 9! well-done and praise given by the
longer the squadron Pony Express + top brass, I would like to add my

driver. Relieving Don and now F, f fU AO own 'done well' for the squadron."
Bouquets have been bestowed
'
assuming mailman duties Is William T +
L. Hobart, AMI, from the on the Ordnance Hell-Razors for
Metal Shop. their studiousness ahd desire to

The education office will soon get ahead. Someone once said

offer to all squadron personnel a ""knowledge Is power". If this is

selection of popular magazines, true, they should be mighty pow-

thanks to the Recreation & Wel- ti1 erful for they have enrolled 100

fare committee, composed of Lt percent for Navy correspondence

Ken Harper, Chairman, and Mike . ,.. .' courses.
"
'","."... :.. Uo.v.: .".. ''U"' >::4II;.. (...: '' *
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Pripeton, ADC; Horace Looney, """JII\ .' FEMALE IN TilE GALLEY I
,:. "'!;" I Sophie Fedak, CSSA, is the \'I"n3Flghtt'f
., first. ''''..v.. ....__Ie...... .. ....
1.: vf u v c- "v..1 911 in c;ito Squadron 173 news releases
Selected For report to NATTCenter. Ithasn't have reached the Jax Air
taken her too long to
The Feminine Touch get checked out in the galley.At News editorial offices for the first
Award GroupWord left, Joe Patillo, CSSN time since its departure over-


has been received by Move Over Fellas, Make Room ForCenter's in and while one Sylvia at of right the grill she galley's hamburgers stirs gravy many, seas.For the benefit of the many

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, cooking coppers. families left here at Jax, this col-

Commanding Officer of the Naval First Female Galley Hand num will follow closely the vari-
progressed, I got more and more
Air Station, that Lt. GeorgeW. ous activities of VF-173 and their
"
If listen around the NAT- confident, she said. "I really
Bergquist, who recentlyspent you numerous visits to foreign ports.
Included In the school curriculumwas upped my courage one day, so I
a two-week activedutytour TCenter galley and hear a WAVE On Sept. 26, personnel of VF.
one week in the bake decided to make batch of
a cream
shop,
chorus of "There's No
at the station, has been selected singing a 173, aboard the mighty flat-top
one week in the butcher When it time to take
shop, two puffs. came
Like Business
by the Secretary of the Business Dough USS Franklin D. Roosevelt' arrived
don't be surprised.The weeks of actual cooking in the them out of the oven and fill them,
Navy for nomination to the at Weymouth, England,
galley, plus five weeks of I found that hadn't
theory. they even
Center now has a new com-
Rockefeller Public Service where the British Navy and local -
Awards Committee.It missary striker by the name of This last phase of the school raised enough to fill with cream, citizens gave them a rousing
taught her the storage and so we ended up by eating them
was while' Bergquist was on Sophie Fedak. "Swede", as she prep- reception. While at Weymouth
duty here, attached to the Industrial has been nicknamed, is the first aration of food plus informationon without the filling" several officers and men visited

management office of Wave "stew-burner" to check in vitamins, temperatures and At present she's working in the London.

the Overhaul and Repair depart- the Center. other particulars.. Commissary Office, but hopes to Following six days of opera-
.
ment, that a dispatch was re- work in the galley soon after a tions, VF-173 anchored off Lisbon
ceived from the Navy Depart- AFTER completing boot traIn- "SWEDE" claims that her first few more Waves are assignedhere. where diversified tours were

ment in Washington requestinghis ing in July, she requested Com- pie and batch of biscuits were a When that time comes, may- available to all parts of the city.

presence before the selection missary School at San Diego, mess. The pie raised only an Inch be "Swede" will surprise diners Several made the pilgrimage to
Calif and reported here after and the biscuits turned black in some noon and brew a -
up
committee as one of three can- smorgasbord the Shrine of Fatima, the site of
didates for the nomination. completing the nine-week course. the center. "But as the school (Please turn to Face 8, Col. 3)



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Statistically speaking, which as often as not carries very

little weight, the Fliers are an odds on favorite to defeat

Donaldson AFB this Saturday. But save that dollar, brother THEY'LL FIGIIT TONIGHT trio of lax Navy's top fighters, slated for action against

if the foe learns of Jax Navy's ground defense it could Green Cove Springs in the Miinside Gym tonight at 1930, are shown above, (left to right), Jimmy
be our fourth defeat of the season. Johns, Frank Carpenter and Tom Burnsworth. The local gloveraen will feature an eight-bout eard.

We don't think so/and here's why. Fort Benning's .
508th RCT, a 26-20 conqueror of the Fliers last weekend, Ringmen Exchange Punches Tonight Quercio Collects
blasted the Air Force eleven, 59-0. And they did it throughthe

air, an exact opposite of the pattern followed against Jax With Green Cove At Mainside Gym Grid Award .

Navy.In defeating the Fliers the Red Devils splintered the Tonight is fight night at 'the With three incorrect predic-
Athletic Club of Savannah the tions of 20 football games played
line for 264 the total of the local's rushing of- Mainside gym: Jar Navy's clever
yards, sum
Fliers have experience behind I last Saturday, T. M. Quercio,
fense in four On the other side of the ledger 1,046 ring artists, unbeaten in three
games. them. But the Green Cove squad AM3 with VC-62, took first place
matches, will host a squad of :
have been accounted for the thus far.
yards by enemy pugilists from Green Cove is laden with talent and assistant honors in the weekly Jax Air

till Springs Navy at 1930 in an eight- coach Tiny Noblett mused, News Football Special
What about the air? Who holds supremaccy, you ask ? bout card, and Coach Al Mueller "We're not regarding them too Three entries tied for second
By a 486-216 margin the Fliers gain a lien for honors. The promises fast and rugged action lightly". I place with four misses and the
508th was. unable to dent our pass defense in four attempts. at each weight from the local Left hooking Jim DeSanteswill I tie-breaker, the AlabamaTennessee
They didn't need to. I entries. enter the ring at 131 and at I game, was needed to decide -

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

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

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

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

with finding a runner that can gain yard- Medical, AO Ships Company Army ..._.._.._...._......_.......vs.-----._............... Columbia
age. Darrell Spang and George Kinnear are tripped AK School and A/C Main Princeton ............._.._.......vs.........._........__...........Cornell
both capable of reeling off large chunks of tenance had an easy time with Dartmouth __....__._.._..vs...___._..._._.,........... Harvard

St u hId re h er turf. Larry White isn't immune to going the ANP) Students. Navy ..............._..__....__...vs.....-......_....................... Penn
past the line of scrimmage, either. But all SS-lst Lt. was dropped from Penn State _._..___..__.....vs..._.._......_... Michigan State

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

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

AFB, 13."We. day and all personnel can be assured Texas ___...._..._____.....vs...._...._.._...._.._.._....__ Rice
simply didn't have the horses," Barksdale told this of interesting: competitionby Washington ..____...vs..._._...____..__ Stanford
corner after the 508th defeat. "Our line couldn't open holes attending any match. Mississippi __._.._......vs..............._..__.._... Arkansas
when we had the ball and when it needed to hold on defenseit Standings: '
just wasn't there." Trim W. L (Predict the score of this game)
AK School .. .. .............. 4 0
Furthering, the Navy mentor commented that Caird SI(Ship I')I Ships Co. Co. .: .:::::::::::: 3 3 0 1 California _.-.._._._.......vs............ Southern CaliforniaName
Currie, who personally accounted for 91 yards from 15 car- A/C Maintenance 2SSlit. 1
U ..... ..:::::::::::: 2 2 i
ries, was capable of playing on any college eleven in the I Marines ..................... 2 2
country. "lie's a hard runner with lots of speed," Barks- Hand Tools ................. 1 1 RateRankUnit
AK School .. ................. 0 3
dale added, "and behind that heavy line he was exceptionally I ANF) School ................ 0 3 I
rough." I Medical .. .. .. ............... 0 .4
Assigned To Phone
I I
Servicemen will be admitted
Don Meycrchick, the 180-pound Windy free to the Jax Navy-So. Georgia'
RULES
City athlete, is one of the few stars on the r $';.d".""A":" .....,..,. T Junior College Nov. 8, and trans-
Navy eleven, win or l lose. "Hey Lou" got r I; 'z portation will be provided, to 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof
each winner by placing an (X) circle the
or team select
you
off a 08-yard boot as the first half ended and from the station by bus to
< to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof
Saturday that was as well placed as any i:" G'. Waycross .Notify your unit ath- teams you think will play to a tie score.
we've seen. And on two Navy kickoffs he "'. ., f letic officer if you desire to at 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
:was down field in time to trap the ball car- ".", tend. count as losses unless predicted.
3. In the provided below indicate the
space score of the
rier the nine after from the end
on returning
game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
zone. SCUTTLES the most nearly correct sCQre will win the contest.
.
Our upset selections of Oklahoma A. & !w. 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con-
M. over :Missouri, Mississippi over Tulane sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
Dieyerchtekweek the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
and Georgia over L. S. U. came through last 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
but were shaded when Pitt defeated Army, Notre Dame any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
rebounded to down Purdue and Florida was nipped by Van- 4 ratings.
derbilt. All against our diagnosis.As 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Speciaf Services Building -
our top ten this week we give you, Penn to hand 930.
Navy its second straight setback; Michigan State to remain 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof
unbeaten by topping Penn State; Kansas to stop S. M. U. ; test.personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con-

Michigan to nip Minnesota in a Big 10 thriller; Wisconsin to 8. Only one entry to each person will be. allowed.
down a good U. C. L. A. eleven; Georgia to best Florida in 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
the Gator Bowl; Maryland to rocket over L. S. U.; Duke over Thursday following the Saturday on which the game Is played.
Virginia (thank you OG) ; Texas to move a step nearer the TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
Southwestern title by defeating Rice and California to out- .__- .. First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
touchdown Southern California in a tussle that should decide Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
third
prize is a two-dollar merchandise
chit.'age .
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"That's the old man.
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23 October 1952 JAX AIR NEW Page Seven



Cagers Step Up Crippled Fliers On Rood


Practice Tempo;


Open Nov. 25With Agoinsl DonoldsonAFB


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

against Mac Dill AFB looming larger Fliers will leave tomorrow for Greenville, S. C. where they'll

by the day, Jax Navy basketball meet an underdog Donaldson Air Force eleven Saturday af-

Coach Frank McCaffrey set ternoon.

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

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

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

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

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

offense around the mile 6-2 for Should Win 192- pound end returns with

ward. Donaldson was beaten 59.0 by the dimunitive safetyman, Tom

Grabaz lead the scoring parade O'Donnell to bolster the local's
the 508th RCT of Fort Benning .
last year and win return with Bob I defensive" unit.

Reinhardt and Ward Weisel as a TOO MANY RED DEVILS New Talent

foundation for the 1952-53 cam In action from last Saturday's last week
grid struggle, 508th Red Devil,' Repressed by a
paign. t linebacker "Boody" Grimsley heavy Red Devil forward wall,

Among the tree-toppers who'll (33) recovers a Navy fumble the Fliers hope to find the air-

perform on the NAS hardwoodsare (top) on the 508th 48-yard 3 lanes an easy route to victoryover
line. Jax Darrell
Roger Stelma, 6-4, who played Navy's Spang Donaldson. Harry Stuldreher -
(16)) rips through a stubborn
fresh at Illinois; Vince Zoda 6-5, Fort Kenning line for yardage will open at quarter for the

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

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

John Feldman, 8-3. of the St. Lou struggle. Stuldreher will have his fav-

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

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

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

One of the brightest stars is : Tops Mainside recently returned to Jack
'
Dennis Jeter. A husky 6-2, Jett'r' sonville with VA-45, is slated

was with the University of Oklahoma 1 Bowling Ladder for a starting assignment.

Sooners. Fasron Six No.1. always a Another VA-45cr, Art Knoisen,

Monday the list of 72 candidates I threat in Mainside bowling competition 205-pound tackle, has workedout
-
was cut in half AdtlUonall regularly with the Fliers

cuts will be made as practice continues forged ahead in the intramural this week. Despite inclement

until the playing roster of keg loop last' week by Fliers Succumb 26-20 conditions this week the action

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

includes both varsity and Junior two matches.In Field practice turf. '

Alert Unit .
varsity personnel. To
I second place, five points be- Army Central High TicketsAt
hind but bowling one time less,

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

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

Show In NATTC the Fasronltes, have bowled sev- Saturday afternoon on Varsity Field when they dropped a 26-20 en- all Catholic s Central High

en games. counter to,the rugged 508th Regimental Combat Team of Fort Ben- school football games at the student -

Operations opened the last ning.. a price of 50 rents.

Touch Grid Play week's play by taking four points The Fliers' moveable objects, only 7.6.Later Tickets for the Central High-

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

unbeaten in seven encounters. In Tuesday, Fasron Six No. 2 defeated possession at the 18. Spang bucked
Unable to move on the groundthe the end of
receiving
Special Services, 3-1, on a an 86-yard
second place with a 4.1-1 recordis left tackle for two and Kinnear
locals took to the ozone where touchdown toss. The Fliers had
2201-2140 total. Forfeit wins
were
Special Services-1st Lt. took a pltchout to the right side
The electricians bounced SS-lst recorded by Dental and Fasron Stuldreher found White for touch- for 12 more and first down at the gained possession when Overton
down pitches of 50 and 86 yards punted out of bounds on the 14.
Lt. last Wednesday with a second four.
109.All but the visiting defenders would Batson again converted but the
half TD to sneak by 7-6. Mon three of Wednesday's tussles I Kinnear tried the middle for no
on the ground and sounded the
give no quarter gun with Red Devils -
day the bellwether's ran up a 26-6 were recorded as forfeits with
but drove inside left
the issue was never in serious con gain Spang in a fourth down punting situa-
count over Personnel. Fasron Six No.1. VJ-2 and the
tention after the first half. guard for the counter that put tion.
Only six more days of league ORC. Inst. credited with victories. : Navy In front by a touchdown.
Filers Lose Lead Bellwethers of the 508th line
play remain in the first round. I
Standings: Bob Batson converted and it was
13-7 at the intermission were Larry Smith and Bob Watson -
Weather second Leading
permitting a Team Cane Palate 13-7 when the half ended.
round will be staged and continued Fasron Six No.1........ 7 26 Jax Navy saw its line ripped Both were a constant ne-
Medicos .. ................ 6 21 : Strong Second' Half mesis to the Fliers who could not
a* long as possible. Dental ................... 7 21 apart by Caird Currie and Dale I
FAW-11 .................. 6 19 Ems in the second chapter as the The visitors wasted little time gain momentum through the gran-
Standings: Fasron 109 ............... II 18 I
IVam W. l.. T. Operations .,... 6 16 hard running 508th backs led an II I as the second half opened. Taking ite-like defense unfolded by the
AE School ............. 7 00 VJ-2 .:::::::::: 7 IS Don Meyerchick's short punt Fort Benning1 eleven.
S. S. ].t Lt. .. .......... 4" 1 1 Special Services' ......... 6 14 assault that netted two touch-
.......... _.__.__...7 14 on the Navy 37 the Red Devils
A/C Maintenance ......... 4" 2 0 ORC Inm downs in the third period and one Navy's pass defense was given
AK 4 2 0 Pill Rollers ............. 8 12
rl lhoo.I.. : ::: :j::::::::: 3 2 1 Fasron 51 .. .......... 5 11 in the fourth. sent Ems through on first down little chance to perform as the
AO Ships Co ............ 4" 3 0 VP-741 . ......... 6 9 I and he bucked the middle to score,
...............3 :3 0 Fasron Six.No. 2.......... 6 9 Ems with 124 yards on 18 car 508th threw only four times but
Aersnnnel' 3 3 1 VJ-62 ... .. ..............8 9 i eluding a host of tacklers on the "
AO School :: : ::::::::::::: 2 3 1 O A C.................... 7 6 ries and Currie who spanned 91 25 none were complete. Stuldreher
ANP) Ships Co. ......... 1 5 0 Marines .... .............. 7 9 I yards on 15 attempts both out- I before completing the jaunt. playing 60-minute offense found
ANP) School .... 0 4 2 .............. 5 2 It was 13-13 when Stevens missed
Medical : : : ::::::. 0 7 0 I 1 dlBank .... ..5 0 rushed the Navy ground offense receivers for four of nine attempts
the try for extra .Int.... .....,_.. ..... ..__,1_.
po netted
Illl.II; 11
that could but 62 JUIU3.STATISTICS

I Shift Of Units At Mainside cepted Linebacker a Stuldreher produce Bill Fortner aerial yards.on inter-the two Thrown 11-yard running loss for an on la t 508th


I. fifth play of the game at the )my K4.T
plays the Fli- First Down ............ 5 R
Navy 38, carrying to the 10 be- Yard Rushing ........... 62 264
, Creates Stall In IM ActionThe fore Bob DiPasquall brought him ers were forced 1'asse Att. .,.......... 9 4
to kick. Meyer- t Pasgps Comp ............ 4 0
down. Navy held for three downs Yards Passing ............144 0
chick's boot Passes Int. By............ 0 2
VJ-62 but on fourth and two Currie tooka Total Yardage ............206 26-1
loss of Fasron 51, ,
carried to the
main unbeaten through three following pitch-out on the right side and Punts Avg. .. ........... 32 :20
Marines and VJ-861 In Mainside 36 where Stev- Penalties .. ............34 2O
games. was across for the first Red Devil Fumbles Lost ............. 4 :2
football and volleyball Intramural returned
Hospital took it on the chin touchdown. Bill Stevens' extra ens 508th RCT _-... .7 0 13 6-26
competition slowed play consider three yards to ...... .,
twice last week. Fasron 109 brokea point try was good and the 508th DIP asqua 11 Jax Navy 0 13 0 7-:20Scoring
ably last week but the remaining the 33.
12-12 half-time deadlock with held an early 7-0 margin.'hite Jar Navy (White 2. Spun);
aggregations, nevertheless, contin- score'twice Currie counted through right i :508th RCT: Currie 2, Ems 2) : Kxlra;
the Corpsmen to in \\ Nabs TD railS Points: Jax Navy Batson 2j; 508th./
ued with spirited encounters. the second heat for a 25-12 win guard on a 20-yard Jab to break RCT (Stevens 2).
White outdistanced
Still heading the volleyball pack the deadlock after Ems and Bill JAN NA'VEnds
while Fasron 109 out-touchdowned the visi : Shotwell, Arnold Yeargln

with a perfect slate is Fasron Six.In Hospital, 26-20, in a hard fought tors' secondary Dietz lugged 13 yards on three Tackles: : Beckham Shifrllit Davis
The Fasronltes are undefeated carries. Stevens' extra point Knolssrn. Thomas.
10 games, while in second place, fray to grab a pass made it 20-13. Dunn.Guards Walter.: Law head, Kelly, liaison,

with one loss in the same number TOITII FOOTBALL STANDINGS from Stuldre Centers: Crews. Mlckle. Webb.
Team W. I* her the 508th Line Rugged Quarterbacks: Stuldrrher.
of meetings are the VP-741 NAKTU .. .. ... .. . !S 0 as sec Halfbacks: Span. White Ahrend
Gators. sustained only Supply ... .*........... .... S 0Fa..on ond period op- i The 508th opened a drive on theFliers' Meyerchlclc. Macmlllan Gray. Crum.
O&R has ].09 ................... 4 1 Fullbacks: Kinnear. Mastlce DIPasQuail. -
one loss In eight games to claim Ffl ron Six .... ........ ....... 4 1 ened and he 47 early in the final stanza .
O A O ..................... 3 2 carried all the y y culminated by Ems on a 20- tMtt( BCT
third place laurels.A Hospital! ...... ............. 2 3 Ends: Trade. deem Branson. Cor-
of the touchfootball VP-741 .. ... ... .. . .1 4 way to chalkup : yard shot over the right side. No Dl!n.
meeting Tackles: Smith, BUM. Mile, Watson .
leaders, rfAUTU- and Supply was VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS a 60 yard less than five N a v y defenders
Team W. L. StulWhite missed chances to the elu Guards: BeckwlUi DuBany, Win-
listed for the Enterprise gridiron Fasrnn Six .... ... ...... ....10 0 TD pitch. bring gate. Gonya.
afternoon. Both units VP-741 Gators ............... 9 1 dreher's conversion sive Ems to the turf. Centers: Wall Clark.
I yesterday OAR . .. .. ............. 7 1 Quarterbacks: Mattocks. Ovtrtoa.
t entered the tussle with 5-0 slates Fimrnn 109 ... .. ............. 8 2 attempt was short and to Less than two minutes remained Halfbacks: Dietz, TherolUI
VP-741 Bombers ............. 6 3 when Stuldreher found
and the winner is expected to re- Operations .................. :3 4 the right but the :Fliers trailed White on



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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 23 October 1952



mmmm; : nriie Oild "Ali'' k Flying Is Exciting ,

lsl "w: A rs r, : ; yr '

ata Mrkr& rrw xF Earning Commission Wit
ak
(Items offering for sale articlesof s

property such ru washing machines

automobiles, furniture, ra '

dios, clothing by Defense and the like Department are prohibited i 'Wings Of Gold' A Thrill ;


regulations This column will, (This is the first of a series of

however, list such services as The average young man, meet.
> three article depleting the United
available housing, rides wanted N a States Naval Air Reserve Train- ing these requirements and aspiring

and lost and found articles or other -
to in
these
Ing Program Identified as the participate new
similar notices)
NavOad Program.) horizons of Naval Aviation, finds
FOR RENT
Conditioning The Cadet quite an exciting future in store
Sing and dble. rms, 2135 Riv-
ifb Scanning new horizons in the for him. Training that he will
erside. Ph. 88-8414, Mrs. Usry.
air, the United States Navy-your receive, prior to the awarding of

1 rm. apt., 4624 Astral, MurrayHill b < Navy-has established 27 stations his Wings of Gold, coats Uncle

Mrs. Brittaln. S ( throughout the land where future Sam approximately $60,000 per

.... ... .. .. .
._
Will share home with couple, 5123 --"" -' -- "' ; ;" -" Naval Air Reserve officers are man, an investment in the past

San Juan. Ph. 2-4600, Mrs. Ten- FLEET RESERVE CEREMONY-The Marines took over last trained to become an integral partof that has certainly paid dividends

| ny or see A. B. Williams, Bland- week as three Sergeant Majors at NAS Jax all Joined Branch 91, a strong naval air arm. since the outbreak of hostilitiesin

I t. ing Ave., between 1300 and Fleet Reserve Association at one time in ceremonies here. Ensign Korea.
Jean Kirsch (second from left), explains some of the advantagesof This program, identified as the.

2100. the FRA to Sergeant Major Manual Farina (extreme left) of Marine Naval Cadet program, known as The Naval Air Reserve can look

Furn. 3-rm. apt., 2767 Lydia St. Barracks, while Sergeant Major Alvin Carmody (seated center NavCad, is open to,all young American back on the proud record- established
Ph. 2-8118, II. C. Blckener. ) of Marine Aviation Detachment, NATTC, and Sergeant Major "
citizens who meet the and "We were
can say prepared
Samuel Soper (standing) of Organized Marine Corps Reserve
2-rm. apt., $50 mo., 826 May St, "
are briefed by Talmadge Davis, new chairman of the member- requirements set up by the Navy. Reserve squadrons comprised
Points Ph. 7-6048 Mrs.
,
near .
ship drive. largely of men trained under -

Ellington. These select Cadets must have the NavCad program flying

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

Drive Ph. Orange Park 112- 27th birthdays, have completed. USS Valley Forge, Boxer, Bpn

84072, Mrs. Reauch. Branch 91 FRA Scores Bulls-Eye two full academic years at an accredited -I Homme Richard and the Antietamare
Unfurn. 3-rm. 1514
apt., Dancy
,
college, university, or ju the best answers to the efficiency

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

near :5 Points. Ph 8-3256, -
recruiting bull's eye was their commission is obtained, or Vice Adm. H. M. Martin, now
Mrs. Guy Wood. The Association, over 30,000
scored by Branch 91, Fleet Re- for a period of 18 months. Commander Air Force, Pacific
Widow will share home with couple strong Is the enlisted man's voiceIn
In addition to this, stiff physi Fleet, said of the performance of
Association last week when
1755 Greenwood Ave. Ph. serve government affairs concerningthe
cal requirements, (20-20 vision
Naval Air Reservists with the
2-2158, Mrs. E. Hinton. three Marine sergeant majors, Navy. Much of the legisla- normal color
perception, hearing, Seventh Fleet:
t>-rm. house $70 mo 548 W. 24th tion in the last
aboard NAS Jacksonville passed thirty years .
only ones pulse), must be met, plus the passIng *
Ph. 3-0729, Mrs. Knight favoring the enlisted men of the
were signed up as membersof of aptitude tests to determine "My return to the Continental
Furn. 3-rm. house, $55 mo. Ph. Navy and Marine Corps was instigated *
the Branch at one time. fitness for flying.FLAMING I United States after my tour as
0-2523, Mrs. Humphries.Furn. and backed by the Fleet
Marines who Commander Seventh Fleet offers
The trio of were
3-bdrm. house, 15 S. 30th Reserve Association.
at the Fleet Reserve boothn me the opportunity to comment
St. Ph. 112-5-4007, Jax Beach, signed $50 Cash AwardA :
on the job done by the Naval Re-
i the NATTC Navy Exchange,
Mrs. Leak. -I1LJ
$50.00 prize will be given to
serve aviators in Korea. The
Samuel
were Sergeant Majors 0. manner
1 to 2G99
rim couple only, College. some new or reinstated membersigned
Sopcr, of Organized Marine Corps in which they performed under .
Ph. 7-6119, Mrs. Roberts. I up during this I period.
; Reserve; Alvin J. Carmody, Ma- difficult flying conditions was
Sing and dble. rms., 2224 Dell. Membership in the Fleet ReserveIs
something that all Naval
rine Aviation Detachment, NAT- officers
wood. Ph. 1.5065, Mrs Kendle. limited to regular Navy or Marine
were proud to associate with the
TC, and Manuel C. Farina, Marine -
Unfurn. 3-bdrm. house, $75 mo. Corps active duty or retired Navy itself."
Barracks, NAS.
Ph. 7-7733, Mr. Porter enlisted personnel who have over n
KlriMh 88 This tribute is just of
1 rm., 4508 College, Murray Hill. Recruits six years active duty. Dues are 4v one many

Ph. 8-6834, Mrs. Nudelman. Ensign Jean Kirsch, who this $6.00 per year. volunteered by Commanders with
the Fleet who have observed these
week relinquished his post as
5-rm. cottage, $37 mo. Ph. 2- Enlisted men interested In joinIng
men with Wings of Gold take to
5410, Mrs. Schulz chairman of the 52 Branch 91 Branch 91 can contact the following .

Will share 5-rm. house with cple. membership drive was responsiblefor members for additional Information the air.

3047 College. Ph. 2-3552: Mrs. signing the men up. Ensign : RELE Omar B. Fish S C

Cason. Kirsch, who has been a memberof er, office phone 525' home phone w For 16 week of flight trainingof

Turn rm., 4244 San Juan, Lake. the Branch since 1948, has recruited 88.8486; or Talmadge Davis, at M a type unobtainable in civilianlife

shore. Ph. 8-6297, Mrs. Lowell. 88 members. extension 276.Scouting the new candidate is sent to

Widow will share home with couple Talmadge A. Davis, a retired > SIre Pensacola, where the student is

:3628 Ernest. Ph. 25537, Chief Storekeeper, has assumed : The Squadrons ; taught fundamentals essential to

Mrs Rose Ruff. chairmanship of the drive, which ) I his future success. At the same
(Continued from Page 5)a
Fuin. 2-rm. apt. Ph 2.7216, Mrs began in September and will conclude ,4y time he undergoes vigorous phy
miracle in the 1920s where Pore
LeGrand. in November. sical and military training, studies
tuguese children witnessed a vi-
S rms., by day or week, 2601 Park Two-Fold Objective navigation, weather forecasting,
sion of the
Virgin Mother.
Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. S. R. Houston. Branch 91's primary objective, engineering and other aviation

Unfurn. 5-rm. house, 4441 Mar- other than gaining new members, Along with other squadrons, VF. subjects.

during the current drive is to 173 received a "well done" from
y
quette, $80 mo. Ph. 3-5422, The "prep" period has not been
Mrs. bring to all regular Navy and I the top NATO commanders and
A. II. Stanley. completed for the cadet. He now
Marine the skipper of the FDR for their
Corps enlisted personnel in
To couple or two gentlemen. enters the second period of his
this area first hand informationon performance during i "OperationMalnbrace"
Bdrm, twin beds in private training that will be explainednext
residence. Riverside. Ph. 2- the advantages of the Fleet Re- i .w week.

4947. serve Association. During a five-day stay In Scotland Young men desiring first-hand

MISCELLANEOUS the majority of personneltook information about the NavCad

Baby sitter by day, nite or week sight-seeing tours to Glasgowor program are invited to visit or

ends. Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. Special Services Edinburgh. The ship was host call the Jacksonville Naval Air

Baby sitter, ref, day or nite, 2120 to hundreds of Scottish citizens Reserve Training Unit and arrangean

Herschel St. Ph. 2.9502, Mrs. Bulletin and on one occasion ten Scottish Interview with Lt. R. E. Hanna -
Boy Scouts visited the VF-173
G Joyner. NavCad procurement officer
Widow will sit. ready room, dressed in .their tra- for the
baby Ph. 2-6G87, BOWLING South-Georgia, North Flor-
Otto 27 ditional kilts.
Mrs. Swlck. VP-861 vi Blood Bank Ida area.
VJ-M vi ORC Init When the Roosevelt relieved the
Lost: A pair of ladies' prescription Fasron 8 No. 1 vi Fasron 6 No.2Ott.28 .i I. tOne
Coral Sea at Lisbon Lt
Dave AFPS. duck to another: "I wishyou'd
filled sun-glasses. Ph. Ext. ----
VP-74J vs Dental Hansen of VF-174 and Lt. (jg)
8555: Chief Mcllmoil. FAW-11 v Marines FEMMC Fiery stop walking like a woman
VJ-2 vi O & G Robert Sanford participated in the "'
Rider wanted, share car pool, from OC't.29 Jean Peter's latest film "Blazeof wearing slacks!
traditional humorous ceremony by Glory" has the aCommunism* .
0730 Fasron 109 vi MedloniFa young star
Arlington area, to 1600, Ph.
ron 5L vi VP-8G1 let in the
dropping propaganda leaflets on role of a rebellious
Ext. 389, Mrs. Winburn. Operation( vi Special Services may be consid
Otto 30 the deck of the Coral Sea froma B-girl. "I'm not the type In
Ride wanted from 6th and Mainor Fasron 6 No. 2 vi Blood Bank helicopter real I ife'', commented the ered the shortest route from the

vicinity, 0800 to 1630. Ph, VPJMI Dental. vi vt Pill O/\IIl.r.A G flaming redhead. cradle to the grave
-- "V"'"
Ext. 684, Mary Alice Droze. TOl'CH FOOTBALL
Otto 27 Only Four Paydays Until Christmas -


'Cane Hurricane Hunters Hunters t Out of VJ-2 were HospitalNARTU VP-741 Fairon 109( Oct vs VIOrt.VI. 211 29 Supply VP-8G1 O AC I Variety Of Gift Items On Shelves Of Navy Exchange |, I


checking an area of suspicionthis vs MarinesNARTU I With
Ott.3t only four paydays left Cosmetic gift packages, towels matched belts and jewelry sets.

week near Swan Island VJ-62 VI until Christmas, personnel will I and sheet sets, and a large selection Then of
Fasron( 6 viVOILtYIULT Fasron 51 course, there are always -
about 750 miles south.A want to start
; gift shopping early. of chrome and aluminum
records record
players, radios -
plane with a crew of 10 with Week of Otto 27
VP-741 Caton viVP711 Fasron 109 The Navy Exchange has announced dishware will be featured. and numerous other items
Lt. (jg) Buster Nigles as pilot Bombers v. Fasron 51 that
Monday Oct 27
VP61 vs Special ServicesMarlnes special .. One special buy .includes three for all the family, including'selection a
and Lcdr T. J. Kowall
aerology VI O &: ROperation gift items will be on display. pair of ladies'
hosiery gift wrap- of toys for the kiddies.
officer returned Tuesday after a Supply vs Included in the selection will .
VJ-62 T Fasron 6 ped in a plastic utility case which *
12-hour check flight. The second O ArtSpecial: vi VJ62irv'ce. be table lighter sets, pipe racks, goes free with the For small
Fasron 6 purchase. a charge, a special
plane left early Wednesday on Fasron :: Fasron 109 ash trays, musical cigarette box o .
another check with Lcdr. Dave VP&IOperation :: VP741 Bombers es musical humidors wrapping department will gift
,
cameras Selections
VP-741 CatorsMarines for men include wrap packages, and also
wrap
Holmes pilot; L. R. Upton, AGC,, vs watches table
lamps steak sets
wallets
,
iionnr SHOP nornsTuei. O luggage, fountain pens, packages for mailing. Overseas
flight aerologist, plus a ,crew of .. Thru Friday .........14 -2200 carving sets, and electrical
appliances
1' 10. Saturday ............._.........._(WO-ITM! vacuum sets, fishing tackle and packages should be mailed by
Sunday and Monday ..........Secured of all kinds. equipment, shirts, ties, and. November 15Page .


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VOL-10 No. 30 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 30 Oct. 1952


November 15 Will Dock If Weather Permits .




New DeadlineFor High Winds Hold Back





EssayistsThe t l D q oP Mooring Of TarawaHigh


Morals Essay Contest,
which was originally sched- northeast winds and strong river currents, which

uled to close November 1, has sprang up suddenly, caused cancellation of the welcoming

been extended to November ceremony for the carrier USS Tarawa which was scheduledto

15, giving personnel ample 3 tie up at the Mayport basin Monday morning.The .

time to submit on Tarawa's arrival at May.
papers sonville's rising importance as a
"Moral Values" and competefor port was postponed when the bar Navy center. lie hailed the $10-

ten valuable prizes. pilot decided against bringingthe 000,000 Mayport installation, as

This extension was granted by vessel into the river against a "strong link in our sea-air

the Commanding Officer of the such high winds and rough cur power".

Naval Air Station in order to rents.If ,The Commander of the Atlantic
weather permits, the 37,500
accommodate those people now Fleet Air Force disclosedthat
vessel, which has been conducting -
preparing essays. naval bases in and around
carrier training exercises
All Hands Eligible Jacksonville house more carrierair
> with Jax squadrons aboard, will
It is hoped that many more group than all other naval
try to dock at Mayport later this
essays will be received duringthe week. establishments on the East

extension period. Participation : Coast combined.The .
May Be Here Sunday
of All Hands is requestedas basin, 3,000 feet long and
If and when the Tarawa docks
the contest moves into the :: 2,000 feet wide has been dredgedto
the vessel will be open for public
final stages. It has been indicated 42 feet. There are also pier
inspection from 1300 to 1600
that if the contest is successfulon accommodations for four or five
Sunday, it was announced.A .
this station, it may be used destroyer escorts. Mayport is the
high-ranking of Navy
in the Morals Program throughout group only place south of Norfolk with
officers, headed by Vice Adm.
this District and in the Navy. L ". .. ..tee __nmm.n..nnm facilities for berthing heavy car
John J. Ballentine, Commander, riers.
Many Fine Prizes HIGH RANKING OFFICER VISITS-Vice Admiral John J, Atlantic Fleet Air Force, was on

All essays must be between 300 Ballentine, Commander Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, Inspects an hand Monday for the Mayport .
and 800 words in honor guard of NAS Marines upon his arrival here Monday. The I ""
length, typedor
Admiral made the visit here in conjunction with the USS Tarawa's ceremony. The group was honored k.'O.,1.
written in ink in legible formon arrival at Mayport. Second Lieutenant Cecil Woodcock (left), I at a luncheon given by the r :.!;

8x101/2 paper and the writer I was in charge of the honor guard. I Jacksonville Chamber of Com .

should include his name, rate .<,:",(
merce at the Roosevelt Hotel.
and duty station. They are to be Established In November 1948 Adm. Ballentine Visits 1

submitted in sealed envelopes Also included in the group

through division officers or unit were Vice Adm. John Dale Price, g ;
Fleet Air Observes4th
commanders to the Essay Con Jax Chief tof Naval Air Training, at

test Committee, Chaplain's Off- Pensacola; Rear Adm. Osborne

ice, Building 750, NAS. B. Hardison, Commander, Fleet

Judges will represent all Anniversary Nov.IFleet 1 Air Jacksonville; Rear Adm.

the commands concerned and Glenn B. Davis, Commandant, 3 Y:.
will award wrist watches to 1st Sixth Naval District, and Maj.
Air Jacksonville, with more carrier air groups as- ..... =. ? i .
r
and 2nd place winners, camerasto Gen. Field Harris of Cherry i : ; &
signed than all other Naval installations on the east coast
3rd and 4th place winners, pen Point, N. C., commanding generalof NATTC MEDICAL OFFICER
combined, will record its fourth anniversary November 1,
Capt. Warren E. Klein has assumed -
and pencil sets for 5th and 6th the Atlantic Air Fleet Marine
Now under the command of his duties as the new
place, cigarette lighters for Tlh I established.In Force, plus many others.
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, medical officer at NATTCenter. -
and 8th place and key chains for early 1950, the command Important Bastion He comes here from Ko
Fleet Air Jacksonville
9th and 10th place. comprises I reached its allotted strength for Admiral Ballentine in his address rea. (See story Page 2)).
20 U. S. Atlantic Fleet
Still Plenty of Time some the first time when Carrier Air Monday pointed out Jack-

AU and Marine squadrons and sub-units com- Groups 1, 4, 13 and 17, supportingunit
Navy Corps to its Alert AC3 Saves
pared original complementof WEATHER OUTLOOK
Fasron 9 and Fleet Aircraft
Military of the Ma-
personnel
six and three staff
squadrons <,
rine Barracks, The Naval Air Sta- officers four Electronics Training Unit, Atlan- Friday-Slightly warmer, max-
years ago. Two Jet Pilots.
tion Naval NATTCenter tic Fleet, Detachment No.1, re-
Hospital, imum temperature in high 70's.
Although hurt some by defen-
NARTU, and all Fleet Activ- ported aboard* for duty. Saturday Scattered cloudiness
sive cutbacks in 1950, Fleet Air
ities attached to the station are Fleet All Weather Training Unit maximum temperature in Calling 'Mayday'On
Jacksonville to reach
eligible to enter the contest. grew a po- Atlantic Fleet and AntiSubmarine high 70's.
tent state of readiness in 1951
night of overcast skies
Experimental Unit 1, basedat Sunday-Overcast skies, occasional a
and has steadily expanded with Key West, FIlL, also came un- showers, maximum in two Jet pilots, on an instrument .
HALFGALLONCLUB the commissioning and arrival of from their base in Texas to
flight
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) middle 70's.
several new air groups and the Florida, sent out an urgent "May

GROWS; opening of a carrier berthing ba- I J N DD +11' 7, day," voice code signal of distress.

sin at Mayport this week. j I Ii They were lost, somewhere between -

NUMBERS 58 Established in 1918 l JL Tallahassee and Jackson.

Seven more blood donors While the unit was in its infan- yule, and rapidly running out of

have been added to the Jax cy, Capt. Charles L. Lee assumed .v 4t fuel.

Half-Gallon club, bringing the temporary duties as the initial They were considering bailingout

total membership to 58. ClUb Commander Fleet Air Jackson- of their aircraft, each valuedat
ville. He was relieved by Rear about $900,000.
members have donated at least
Admiral Calvin T. who .
Durgin *
four pints of blood I to the
Armed Forces Blood Center held the first permanent post. The dfoitreH call was heard by

here. Capt. Lee then became the first numerous civil and military oper-

Following are the,newest ad- Chief of Staff, followed by Capt. ations towers. But due to this

ditions to the club: Frank T. Ward, a position cur- clear communication with the

Roscoe H. Odum, ACt, Green rently held by Capt. Howard V NAS Jax tower, this station war

Cove. Hopkins. requested for a "steer" to this

Jean L. Bechdolt, X-1. Fleet Air Jacksonville was or- nearest landing field.
ganized here in order to providean S .
Ralph V. Barty, AMC, VJ-
62. additional Fleet Air Command t s Th first VHF-DBF (very high

Frank E. Pronpy, ADC, VJ- which was badly needed In the frequency-direction bearing finding

62. Southeastern United States. ) steer was given at 9.56:: bya

Readies Strength in 1950 20-year-old air controlman
Edward A. Hoffmeyer, DN. on
Joann L. VVindisch, RM3, Squadrons comprising Carrier duty in the tower, Charles A. La..
Air Group 8 and Fleet Aircraft ,,'-.
Communications. Nore, ACS. Thirteen minutes later,
Service Squadron 6, currently illS ALERTNESS SAVES PILOTS-Charles A. LaNore, AC3,
William I. Noble, AK3, VJ- following the directions given by
demonstrates the ground control radar by which he
scope safely
based at the
NAS were first to j
62. LaNore, the two aircraft landed
directed two lost jets to a landing at NAS. The incident saved
arrive after the unit had been two the station
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New Medical Report From Washington -


x1tlt ll4lfs Officer ForNATTCenter Commission Studies SpecialIncentiveHazard


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville,
Fla.NAS Duty Pay
Jacksonville
Capt. Warren E. Klein as-
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree_ Commanding Officer
sumed his duties Senior
Comdr. James H. Armstrong. new as
Executive
Officer
Service)
Press
Lt. Dave Barksdale' ___ Public Information Officer Medical Officer at the Naval Air ((1v Armed FOTCM missile center, and at W hit e"
commission
Fleet Air Jacksonville Technical Training Center this A new civilian on Sands, N. M., proving ground.
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison.................... ..Commander week. incentive-hazardous duty and .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins Chief of StaffCommande Captain Klein reported here special pays recently met for
Fleet Air Wing Eleven after serving with Staffof the first time. The commis- Approximately 2,500 Marines
Capt. Arthur S. Born one year sion, established by the Depart- from Camp Lejeune, N. C., soon
the First Marine Aircraft
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton ..Chief Staff Officer will k
will such m a e an amphibious as-
ment of Defense, study
Wing, Fleet Marine Force in Ko-
Naval Air Technical
Training Center sault
landing
combat on the beaches of
Capt. Edwin R. Peck.. ._. .Commanding Officer I special pays as pay Labrador. The cold-weather
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart. Executive Officer rea.In 1928 he graduated from Tu- flight pay, submarine pay, overseas ex-
ercise will be known
Naval Hospital lane University and was commis- allowances, and physicianand as Nora-
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton__ ..Co Officer sioned in the Medical Corps one dentist pay. The study will mex Northern Amphibious
Capt. T. F. Weinert Executive Officer year later. be submitted to the Senate Exercises IL The amphibioustask
NARTU Committee dur- force will consist of 34
Armed Services
lie
served aboard
the
destroyers -
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer and will be
ships supported
session of the 83rd by
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer USS Kane and USS Claxton ing the first Canadian aircraft. The
i during the evacuation of refugees Congress. opera-
tion is the second
e joint
a Canadi-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station from Spain in the Spanish Civil
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund A new combat development ag- lan-U. S. amphibious exercise.
War.
in
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS: P-35. Rev Following a course Avia-
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the tion Medicine at Pensacola, he ency has been established to exploit The first was held In 1949 in
Naval Air Reserve Training UnIt Naval Air Station Cecil }Field and the U. S. Labrador.
Naval Hospital. was designated a Flight Surgeon. I more fully the potentialitiesof
.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey He served aboard the USS Enter- atomic weapons and guided
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3: Mary Bixiones, J03; John Char- prise during the Lingayen Gulf, missiles. The step was taken to The Air Force short story contest .
vat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen{ Harper.The Iwo[ Jima and Okinawa cam- give the average soldier a better for 1952 has entered its last
JAX AIR NEWS It a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service paigns.His opportunity to learn their opera- lap with the top 15 manuscripts
AFPS material appealing In this publication be without
the written permission I of Armed Fowl Press lvtt u reprinted of other son, a graduate of West tion in the field. Training of being turned over to the final
matter Editor JAX except AIR by NEWS.service publications is prohibited without permission. 01 Point Class of 1949 is a pilot in troops In the technique of handling board of judges. A five-man

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension the Air Force. (Picture on Page the new weapons has already screening panel trimmed down the
8184 and 216. 1)). begun at Ft. Bliss, Tex., guided list of 48 stories *.1ch won ma-

'n... ."n".A.. .........."" ...v.M'. ._...'..... ......t lice_ e_
Start Where You Are- winners will be selected from the

;. final 15 manuscripts. The Air
2.
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Choose From Today's SurroundingsYour Force is going ahead with prelim
m inary plans for another short story
e'k
: :
contest next year. Details are ex-
Living Pattern Of Tomorrow pected soon.

.
,(Thin is the sixteenth of a aeries of articles" In connection with Women officers of the Reserveand
the er\Ice-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards).
regular Army may now be
separated ,If married. In all
Capt. Arthur S. Dom
cases, the, officers must have

On the library shelf there stood out the title of a book- completed a minimum of 24

"Start Where You Are".* This title, or thought, has definite months' commissioned service.
application to the problem of improving: our morals. Officers serving overseas must

One of the biggest problems in raising our moral stand- also complete one year of their

ards is overcoming human weakness of procrastination.All oversea tour before eligiblefor

of us have big plans for the future, but translating our -111 separation.
dream into concrete reality is a high hurdle to jump. Skid 4 SKYa tie .
Row is composed largely of individuals who are always wait- A L700-acre site has been selected -

ing for tomorrow to begin pulling themselves up by their boot near Byron, Ga., for a na-

traps. mm_.._ .,.. ;>_-.. val supply center. The center's
immediate mission will be to
MEETS THE SKIPPER provide
-Nancy Buck SKSA, meets Capt. Ed-
How often have you heard a shipmate talk about settling win R. Peck, commanding officer of NATTCenter, after the Cap- storage for reserve stocks of
down to a life of clean living when retirement rolls around? tain granted her an Interview, requested when Nancy found that general store items and clothing.
But on the other hand, his life today is one of reckless living class her dad of 193.Quarterman and. the Skipper were former classmates of Academy Congress has appropriated $9,000-
with no outward evidence that he is concerned about the mor- 102 to start construction.

row. The pattern which we are establishing today for our Plumber *

living habits is not an easy one to change overnight. Post Open In PI Skipper Meets Presidents and deans from 19i.
colleges having Air Force Re-
Where is the place from which to make a beginning in The position of Quarterman The Boot AtNATTCenter serve Officers' Training Corps

Improving our living habits? It is here, today-take a look Plumber U open at NAS Subic detachments recently visited the

around, see what possibilities there are for utilizing off-duty Bay, Philippine Islands. new AF ROTC headquarters,
time. This area, like most other regions where the Navy is Starting salary Is 56,549.60. Per- Montgomery, Ala., for a confer-
located, probably offers about everything that contributes to sons who feel qualified
It lowering of morals,. if that is what you seek. application to Navy Overseas week at NATTCenter, when for cadet training. The
employment Office (Pacific), 45 Capt. Edwin R. Peck, Commanding new course of study will affect

But at the same time, there is offered much more that Hyde Street, San Francisco 2, Cal- Officer, granted an Inter- 145,000 college students presently -

contributes to good, clean, healthful living. For example, at ifornia. view to Nancy Buck, SKSA, of In the program at 209 univer-
how many other shore stations can you find such a high percentage e the first lieutenant's office, to sities and college campuses.
of days when outdoor athletic participation is pos- Sea-Going Radio Station i 'discuss the Academy Class of .

sible? What other Naval Air Stations present the opportunities Starts Beaming ;V oice' 23.In It la BOW possible for company
for both fresh and salt water fishing so close at hand? I a recent issue of the Jax commanders to reduce privates

Why not "Start Where You Are" and plan your use of Uncle Joe Is now getting an Air News, Nancy noticed that (E-2)) to private (E-1)) for rea
leisure time to develop your character. It will follow that the earful by means of the nation's. Captain Peck was a graduate of sons of inefficiency. Previously]

person you see in the mirror will slowly develop into the you newest sea-borne radio unit-the I the Academy Class of 1923. Her this action.could not be taken except
that you see in your dreams today. Coast Guard Cutter Courier. father, Comdr. Robert R. Buck through court martial. The
"Start Where You Are", by Arnold H. Lowe, Harper and Brothers The State Department has announced : (retired) was also a graduate of provision is contained in a change
:Publishers, New York, 1950. that the ship, now anchored ; this class. to Army SR 615-25-55.
off the island of Rhodes inthe I .
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville after Mediterranean is "I wonder if
relaying Its dad knows Cap-
Fleet Air Jax
Admiral Montgomery left and Voice of America series to the tain Peck", Nancy mused. She V DIVIN 1)SERVICESl\
(Continued from Page 1) before the arrival of Admiral Har- Near and Middle East. wrote her father. He did know

der this command. dison. e Captain Peck and asked that
Love Is the form of Insanity Nancy call on him. \
Durgin First ComFalrJax Boast "E" Units
which prompts a woman to mar- Nancy, a graduate of the Rock-
Rear Admiral D u r gin relin- Aided ty the excellent facili- ry her employer so she can work point High School of Burlington rrotestant
,
quished his post in May 1949 to ties offered, plus the consistently for him for nothing. Vermont, entered the Navy in 0830-General Communion Ser-

his Chief of Staff, Capt. Lee, who fine flying conditions existing in January of this year. After re- vice, Small Chapel.

held that position until July of this area, Fleet Air Jacksonville First Combat Pay Goes cruit training in Bainbridge, she 0830-All Saints Chapel.

the same year when he was re- has grown into one of the more To was assigned to the storekeper's 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
lieved of the post by Rear Admiral vital activities on the east coast. Destroyer PerkinsThe school in San Diego. She finished 0930.Sunday School.

John H. Cassady. Capt. Frank T. During the past year, VF-11, Destroyer USS Perkins the school in July and was transferred 1045-All Saints Chapel.
Ward became Chief of Staff. for its second consecutive year, (DDR 877) is the first naval to NATTCenter here. CatholicMOO09001OCO

In February 1950, Rear Admiral and VF-173, both Fleet Air Jack- vessel to become eligible for -Mass, St. Ed
Alfred E. Montgomery assumed sonville units, won Battle Efficiency combat pay. The Perkins was Nancy reports that the stay ward's Chapel.
the role from Admiral Cassadyand pennants awarded to the under enemy fire for six days. here has been quite enjoyable 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.
served in that capacity until outstanding Atlantic Fleet squad For ships In the area prior to She particularly likes the living Mormon1930TuesdaYNATI'C

his retirement in early 1951. rons in those respective fields, June 30, 1952, designation of quarters of the Center Waves. Chap
Capt. Smith, who took over the testifying to the overall efficiency combat units will be made by Her plans for the future include lain's office.

duties of Chief of Staff from Capt. achieved by Fleet Air Jack- CNO. Each serviceman gets another three years in the serv- Christian Science.1900Tuesd&yNATTC.
$45 extra for combat ice, and a "Crow"
Ward in 1950, served as Com sonville units. pay with a store- Chaplain's
keeper's insignia under it.
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Sixth In Nation

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I Local Blood Center Rated




j Thurs.MA1NSIDE\ Oct. 30 Y Fi 1 : With leading Contributors

The Blazing Forest....John PayneFri.
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Naval Air Station's
Quo Vadis .............. Robert Taylor Jacksonville USAH, Ft. Benning, Ga.15168 ,
Armed Forces Blood
Sat., Nov. 1 USAH, Camp Carson, Colo..l4,706 I

Eight! Iron t Center was the sixth best con- USAH, Ft. Dix N. J..._...14,555

Men ...................... Arthur Franz tributor to the national blood USAH, Ft. Riley, Kan. _14,401
during the first 49
NATTO program USAH, Ft. Sill Okla ..._14,320
weeks latest service-wide fig-
Thurs., Oct. SO Marine Bks., Camp Lejeune,

Toughest Man in ures reveal.In N. C. .._....._...................14,063
Arizona -.......... Vaughn Monroe 49 week's time, the 34 Armed USA, Camp Ruckcr Ala..l2.908
v i Forces Blood Donor Centers
con 0USNII
Fit, Oct. SI \% a f. USA]!, Camp Pickelt, Va.ll936

The Blazing Forest>...John Payne 4 tributed almost 3,000,000 pints of Charleston, S. C.......11,869
blood.
Sat., Nov. 1 USAHr Ft. Sam Houston,

Quo Vadis ..........- Robert Taylor r eL N San Diego Naval Training Cen Tex. _..-.,..........................10,066
HOSPITALThura. ter leads all installations with 32- USNAS, Corpus Christ!, Tex. 0,996

., Oct. SO 534 pints, followed by Lowry AFB, USAH, Ft. Jackson, S. C..-. 9,831

Operation Pacific _. John Wayne Denver, Colo., with 30,605; USAHFt. USNH, Oakland Calif. _..... 9,235
Fit, Oct. SI Store NX MOVES MERCHANDISE Bliss, Tex, 30.078; USAH Ft. USAH, Aberdeen Proving
Exchange A new subsidiary store located
The West Point Story_. >oriji Day in Building 3, next to the Navy Leonard Wood Mo., 22,760; US. Ground, Md. _................ 8,263
Sat., Nor. 1 Exchange canteen, has been NTC Great Lakes, 111., 22,159 USNAS Quonset Point R.I. 7,006

Toughest Man in Expands To Give opened by the Navy Exchange. and Jacksonvile Navy 20,007. USNH, Portsmouth, N. II-... 6,629

Arizona _..__ Vaughn Monroe With several departments List of Armed Forces Blood USAH Ft. Geo. G.
moved from the Retail Store
Greater Service the new annex will fire greater Donor Center and their contribu- Meade Md. .......__......_... 5,027
service to personnel shop- tions through Sept. 14, 1502 included Francis E. Warren

BLOOD BANK :Malnside's Navy Exchange has pers. The move also allows : AFB, Wyo. ......._..__..... 4,072
moved several departments of its more display and stock space
Crater lint Grand Total _.525,963
for merchandise. Photo shows
retail merchandise store to> new
BOX SCORE first the first day's activity at the USNTC, San Diego Calif.....32,534
quarters in Building 3, deck
annex. Lowry AFB, Denver, Colo..30,605

No.( Quota Met pf'J'ot'rh. cent next to' the Exchange canteen. Marines USAH Ft. Bliss, Tex....... .30,078 Special Services
Women
First
The move is a part of the ex-
NATTCenter ,.253 331 130.8 USAH Ft. Leonard Wood,

Spec. Serv. _?__. 4 :5 I 125.0 pansion greater program service to, designed customers to give and Assigned To EuCom Mo. .......................................22,760 Bulletin

FAW 11 13 15 115.3Marines to provide additional space in time Washington (AI'rs-The) first USNTC, Great Lakes, III.....22,150

__-.. 10 10 100.0 for the Christmas shopping rush, assignment of Women Marines to USNAS, Jacksonville, Fla..20,007 11OWLIM2N.
NARTU .......... 7 7 100.0 Puget Sound Naval Ship- Marin ORC. Inst.
announced. va
B. L. Leb, manager duty in Europe has been an-
Comm. ............ 4 4 100.0 yard, Bremerton, Wash.....19,816 Operation VII Kamon 51
Luggage magazines boxed and Marine Fasron 6 No. 1 v Fasron 1CWN (
Admin. ..._._... 3 3 100.0 nounced by the Corps. Marine Bks., Pendleton, .v. 4

Medical _..__ 2 2 100.0 loose candy, sporting goods, hard- Named to serve on the staff of Calif ......................................19,377 Fa-.r FAW-U'on 6 No. 1 vs vs Special Services VJ-62

Dental .............. 1 1 100.0 ware items, card tables and fold- the Commander in Chief of U. S. USAH, Ft. Bragg, N. C.......17,924 VJ-2 vi VP-W51
chairs be found in the new Nov. 5
Pub. Wks. ...... 24 22 91.6 Ing can Forces In Europe are Capt. Jeanette USAH Indiantown Gap Fasron 101! v. Operation

Oper. .............. 12 11 91.6 subsidiary store. Also included in Pa. >............._......................17,736 Pill Kasron Kolleii 51 va vi Blood VP-741 Hunk
the radio I. Sustad of Tacoma Wash.,
the move were camera,
Res. Fleet _. 85 77 905 USNH, Bainbridge, Md. .......17,6t7I VJ-2 Nov. 6
and records and Western Union vs FAW-ll
Supply ....._._.. 27 24 88.8 and 2nd Lt. Sara F. McLamore of I USAH, Camp Breckinridge, Mrdlro'g VII Special Service*

O & R ......._.....115 68 59.1Green departments.As Warrenton Fla. Ky. .......................................17,121 VJ-62 TOrCH 'UUTIIALL VII Marines
Cove a special feature this year, Although more than 900 Women USAH, Ft. Campbell, Ky..16,438 Fasron 6 Nov S '

Springs ..._.._ 35 10 28.5 : Miss "Merrie Christmas" will be Marines served in Hawaii dur- I USNH, Newport, R. L ........16,613 Nov.vi 4 Supply

Com Fair Jax _. 94 25 26.5 on hand at the Mainside Exchange ing WWII, none were assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex. ?_.....15,620 VP-8G1> Nn.5 va Marines

Hosp. ..._....... 21 3 14.2 i to assist shoppers in making gift other theaters of operation. I Lackland AFB Tex. .._.....15,382 VP-741 Fatron 51 va Hospital\
.. _.__ Vi NARTUNew
.1.I. .
Cecil FieldEngineers ........ 16 1 6.2 "" ..,,, .u..a. Cult omers may ha ve N.v. S

........ 13 0 0.0 I"their purchases gift-wrapped fora S o VJ-G2& a V8 VI Flinon Supply 109
small charge. Packages will also S/j "OLUl": HALL
Fla. Mil. Dist.AIM .. I 5 0 0.0 \\"f'k 0' November S

: _............. 4 0 0.0 be wrapped for mailing if de- Marines va Supply
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Diesel
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S"LIGff,: Naval HospitalIt's f. ):. 'r ::;-n;_ t Light Engine

:t ': Being Delivered To Navy

hard to think of anyone in .. t
Detroit, Mich. (AFTS)-A new
Another Chief Petty Officer'swife
Florida suffering from Frostbite.But '
type marine diesel engine, de-
the ranks" In Stock
"joined one lad here didn't get his
scribed aa the lightest weight unit
Control this week when Carolyn frostbite in Florida, he is one of
of its in the world it
type being
Harrison reported to work. Hus- many who became a victim of 4S J/11
delivered to
the
band William O. Harrison IIMC frostbite during the Chosin Res- Navy.
4'.4y: : The new engine of allaluminum -
reported for duty recently at the ervoir campaign in Korea.
construction, weighs five to ,
Naval Hospital. The couple came Sgt. Joseph W. Ballard, First ad
from Sanford. Marine Division, 3rd Battalion __..W..WMW'..... ."" --,,-,, ---, -- six pounds per horsepower while

Communications' loss is Supply 7th Regiment, participated in the BACK FROM KOREA-Ills story of "frozen feet" In Korea conventional diesels weigh 15 to

Department's gain In the case of Inchon landing in Korea and is gets the attention of nurse Ensign Lois Jonhoene as Set. JosephW. 20 pounds per horsepower. The
Sylvia Rowe teletype operator Ballard, patient at the Naval Hospital, reflects upon his ex- engine has a standardized assem-
now recuperating et the Naval periences while stranded with the First Marine Division in the bly design that permits complete
who transferred in to Services Hospital here. After the Division Chosin Reservoir. Sergeant Ballard knows what men in Korea
Branch this week. .Floyd Rho- reached the 38th parallel according face this winter having participated In the bitter campaign there Interchangeability of most major

den from Storage transferred to to Sgt. Ballard, they under adverse weather conditions. parts.

Cecil Field. were relieved- when the Army-

Oairie Spivy is back in Stock took over their positions. Ten States One Still WWII Bonus I I
I
Control from leave of absence. Territory Paying I

The baby Is named Brenda Kay "Following the landing in Won-

is now two months old and is son in Oct. 1950," relates Sgt. Washington (AFPS)- Ten for overseas service maxI- 1954.

"doing fine," Mrs. Spivy reports. Ballard, "the First Marine Div- states and one territory are mum $675. Apply Adjusted Oregon-Apply State De-

Myrtle Faircloth of Technical ision moved north to Hamhung still paying bonuses to vet- Compensation Division Hel- partment of Veterans Affairs,

Section traveled to Dothan, Ala. where we encountered Chinese erans of WWII. Exservicemen ena. Legislation expires Jan. State Library Building, Salem.

on a long weekend. She visited Reds for the first time. On Nov. of the Korean conflictare 1, 1953. Vermont-$120 to veterans;

friends there end relatives in 28, along with my company I not entitled to these New Hampshire $100 to $120 to next of kin. Apply

Graceville Fla. It was a birthday was stranded in the Chosin Res- bonuses. The following list ap- veterans; $100 to next of kin. Veterans State Bonus Division

celebration for Mrytle too. ervoir for approximately 12 plies only to eligible veteransof Apply Adjutant General, Con- State House Montpelier.

Alice Salyard, Stock Control days." WWII, whose homes are in cord.New Washington-$10 each

reports that Estelle Boyd is con the following states and who York-$50, $150 or $250to month for stateside and $15

valescing at home after her re- "During the time before we have not as yet applied for veterans; same to next of each month for foreign serv-

cent operation and can be ex- escaped from the Chinese Red their state bonuses: kin. Apply to. Veterans Bonus ice. Same to next of kin. Ap-

pected back at work about Dec. 1. trap," Sgt. Ballard continues "I Massachusetts-$300 to vet- Bureau, Department of Tax ply State Auditor Division of

t suffered a bad case of frozen erans; $500 to next of kin. Ap- ation and Finance, 1875 North Veterans Compensation, Olym-

Second Woman Lt. Col. feet. When we reached Hamhung, ply to State Treasurer, Statd Broadway Albany 4. pia.West
House, Boston. North Dakota-$12.50 each Virginia-Apply De-
I was evacuated to Pusan end
Command.
Pauline B. Beckley 1\llchJraD-$500 to veterans; month for stateside service partment of Veterans Affairs
from there transferred to the
Ing Officer of the 3rd Recruit $500 to next of kin. Apply to and $17.50 each month for P. O. Box 5127, Capitol Station
Division in
Hospital Japan. After
Training Bn. of Women Marines Bonus and Military Pay Division foreign service. Same to next Charleston. .
at Parris Island, S. C., has been spending several weeks in Japan The Adjutant's General's of kin
though not less than Alaska-$300 to veterans;
colonel. I was flown to Hawaii for a week
lieutenant
promoted to Office, Lansing 1. $600. Apply Office of the Ad- $300 to next of kin. Apply
and then transferred to the
marineon
She is the second
woman
Montana-$10 a month for jutant General, Fraine Bar- Commissioner of Veterans Af-
States to Oakland Naval 1I0s-
rank.active duty to attain that pital." stateside service, $15 a month racks, Bismark before Feb. 18, fairs, Junuea.f .



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Novel Idea Sparkplugs Program ....- I mrFIRST gQ44444444 4 444457



Diamondback Does Duty In IWAVEWAYS





Glynco's Safety Campaign o. Leaving the states soon for

t NATO Headquarters in Naples,

NAAS, Glynco, Ga.- -The new commanding officer of the Naval Is Beatrice Cope, formerly attached -

Auxiliary Air Station, Glynco, Ga., Capt. John Shannon, has recently to NAS Communications.

spark-plugged his station's safety and suggestion programs with a Now Jax can boast of two Wove

novel safety warning device. representatives enhancing the

f+ But first you have to know the I NAVY JACKThe Italian shores as Helen Dimsdaleand
4 On 19 September 1952, I was
background of' this junle like Beatrice begin their first
just lying around on the base first Navy Jack, with
area at Glynco to understand the the rattlesnake spread across overseas tour.
taking my usual, daily sunbath
merit of' the suggestion. and dozingoff when one of the the thirteen stripes (above), is While Cope prepares for the

Civilian Inspectors, Mr. B. C. typical of the temperament of journey towards the European

1Iii.41J GLYNCO, located approximately Painter slipped up and captured the times when it was created.It threatre, NATTCenter's' Dolores

seven miles from Brunswick, me. Things could just have easily appears again and again in Fletcher travels in the opposite

is primarily a llghter-than-alr activity been the other way around the early colonial Hags. The direction to Hawaii and sunny

but is rapidly developing Into Frankly, the only reason you rattlesnake motif was used by Waikiki Beach.

a facility of varied missions, Incidental see me lying stretched. out on a the South Carolina Navy and Another week and again we

to the station's recent restoration board-instead of him-Is that by the minutemen of Culpepper add a few more names to the roster

to active status and resultant "he got lucky!" and you can County* Va. at 722. From Bainbridge were:

rehabilitation program. i quote me on that. It was flown as a "jack" Mary Werrel, Veda Drake, Virginia -

With this new expansion many Just thought I'd give you a from the bow of the Alfred ; McBrearty, Mildred Muel-

civilian workers and military per- little friendly hint of warningthis I when that vessel wars the flagship ler, Charlotte Hess and J. P.

sonnel, are arriving daily at Glynco. time. I have many counter- of Commodore Esek Hop Bostic.

These people are usually im- parts around here and we're all kins, whose fleet made a successful S S

pressed with the jungle-like sur I just alike. If you should hap- raid on New Provi- DN striker Juanita Huizar,

roundings'of' the base reservation pen to rUn across one of' us out dence in the Bahamas in 1776. graduate of Dentalman's Schoolat

which covers a large area of dense in the woods, you'd do well to The exact reason for adopts Great Lakes, was assigned to

undergrowth and heavy woods, a remember that saying they usedto I. ing the rattlesnake theme is the NAS Dental Clinic. Phyllis

little east of the Okefenokee have in the old Navy- a subject of conjecture. Bowers, YN1, reported to NAS

+ k swamp, in the lower part of Georgia "DON'T TREAD ON ME!" Perhaps its true symbolismis for duty from Washington D. C.

This country abounds In fish, In applying the above approach the union of the colonies. last week.

SNAKES ALIVE!-This imposing and forms of wildlife Captain Shannon was invoking an
game many One writer of the time points' Omitted in the list of advance-
: display of a snake-skin particularly of the reptilian varie- ancient slogan very popular in the
mounted on a piece of plywood, out: "It is curious and amazing ments in rate a few weeks ago
ty, or to be more specificrattlesnakes early days of this nation and the
is the device used at NAAS to observe how distinct and by this scribe were Grace Tra-
Glynco to bring attention to and water moccasins. infancy of its regular Navy and
independent of each other the vato, HM1, and Mary Cummings
i the dangers of snakes at the Marine Corps, as outlined In the ,
of this and
rattles reptile
are, HM2. So sorry!
installation. This diamondback
rattler measured five- e e t, DURING the last few weeks four historical records cited in the cap- how firmly they are united The Station's Half Gallon Club
tions beneath the two snake
four inches and 11 inches in large diamondback rattlers had flag together. One of these rattles two Wave
announces new
donors
circumference. This idea of been killed within the pictures.
Improvedareas singly, is incapable of producing -
this week. Joann Windisch of
safety presentation was devised of' the station, and broughtto '"...... ,w'" a sound, but the ring- ,
by Capt. Shannon : :...:. Communications and Jean Bech-
(above) CO of the Glynco base. the Captain's attention. Smallest ing of thirteen together is sufficient dolt, MAA. Congratulations are

of these snakes was measuredto to alarm the boldestman bestowed.

be five feet, four Inches in living...
S *
CREDIT UNION length with a circumference of' 11
inches. '" ANP) graduates and their respective

QUESTION BOX schools include: Patsy
The snake was delivered by the
Long and Vicki Cherubin, AT-
__ safety officer, Robert "Tex" Go-
> Memphis; Phyllis Costello and
eke to the officer's
QUESTION: Can Credit Union commanding Jane Blizzard, AG-Lakehurst;
office for Shannon's
shares be purchased by mail. Captain personal Myrtle Neilson, PH-Pensacola;
observation. Then the idea SALTY HUMOR FROM' I
ANSWER: Yes, in the event it is struck .,-- Sue Rye, Jean Dyer, Nell Mc I
Captain Shannon. Why not
impossible to contact an auth- LJI UIIMI HERE AND THERE Lean, and Joan Barnett, AK-
skin the snake and mount it, with
orized collector agent, or call Jacksonville.
suitable inscription for display as DON'T TREAD ON :ME Soldier: "I can't eat this chicken. -
at the Credit Union Office, The coiled rattlesnake Scheduled for honorary membership
a warning to personnel aboard the on a It must have been born in an
Building 40. Once an account station? yellow field, (above), bearingat incubator." in Jax Waves' Alumnae

has been established, follow its base the words, "Don't Cook: "How do know?" Association shortly are three
ing the regular procedure of Tread Me used you "boot camp buddies" Company 2
on was by ,
SAFETY
Inspector W. H. Du- Soldier: "No chicken with a '
signing an application signature Commodore Esek 48. Fran Camp, Mary Bixiones
Hopkins as
par skinned the rattler, mountedthe mother could be this tough."
card, shares may be pur- commander-in-chief of the and Eileen Pryor will receive
skin on a large piece of plywood -
chased by mail In addition to new fleet authorized by Con- their entry visas to the civilian
check or money order, mem- (see picture) appropriately A successful man is one who world within
gress. This design was borneon the next two weeks
ber must also inclule his painted a brilliant red color, with earns more than his wife can and
start
the drums of the Marines their long trek home-
the
pass book which will be re- following inscriptions: who spend. A successful woman is one ward.
were recruiting men '
turned to him by mail. GREETINGS: who can find that man.
for the new Corps or Marines Ike Pryor will follow the wes-

QUESTION: Can payments on III ya stranger. Have we met? authorized by the Continental tern route to Albuquerque,* N.

loans be made by mail. My name is Rattlesnake bet- Congress at Philadelphia.This The instructor was giving a lecture M. Fran and Bixie go north, Jer-

ANSWER: Yes, following the ter known in these parts as type of flag .was one of on parachute jumping and sey bound. No more grits!
"Diamondback." I've been liv- concluded: "And if it doesn't
same procedure above and including three designs carried on the op- Your correspondent :Mary Bix-
book well ing over near Hangar 2 for several flagship Alfred its en up, men, that's what Is knownas
pass as es on expedition iones regrets losing 'the opportunity
I years.Just jumping to a conclusion ."
check or money order. to the Bahamas in 1776, of spending another winter

QUESTION: What is the maxi- in case you don't know ,the others being the aforementioned in Florida, but duty beckons

mum time limit on payment of it-I am a lethal weapon; justas Navy Jack bearing a When a fellow breaks a date, he elsewhere. It's been fun. Thanks

loans. dangerous and deadly as any rattlesnake and the Grand usually has to. again for the cooperation re-

of those Implements of' destruc- Union flags, as they accom- When a girl breaks a date, she
ANSWER: All loans must be paidin ceived in helping to make this
tion you military guys dream panied Commodore Hopkins, usually has two.Washington .
full within 24 months. your column, a success. Be good,
up in times of war. My bite is under their own leader, Cap y'all.

generally fatal-If you don't get tain Samuel Nicholas, on this, : First in war, first .

Branch 126 FRA proper medical treatment right their first expedition, capturIng in peace, and fifth in the Ameri-
,
away. guns and ammunition. can League.The .

Gathers Nov. 5; ... ,. -. I Pfc Haeger Tops

,.....; .. battleship was in port and Graduate Class

Solon To .... \.. visitors were being shown around.

SpeakBranch ". Before a bronze plaque on the At AN SchoolMarine

CS. t.S.. ; :......... main deck the guide bowed his
No. 126 of the Fleet Reserve ;. Private First Class
head and said: "This is where our
Association is holding its Neil C. Haeger topped last
gallant captain fell.,
November meeting at American week's grduating class of 313
A little old lady answered:
Legion Post. 137, Lake Shore sailors and Marines at Airman
"Well, no wonder. I nearly trippedover
Boulevard, on November 5. Preparatory school with a final -
the darned thing myself
The Can Do" Branch, as average of 92.18.

Branch No. 126 is rapidly becom- A resident of *
"Well, Jerry has finally married
ing known, has as its guest speaker Miami before entering
that terrible redhead..
for the evening, U. S. Congressman the Ma-
"My, my, what. got into him?"
Charles E. Bennett. "Buckshot. rine Corps in

Friday evening, November 14, .1 lb March of this ;

Branch No. 126 is holding a Fall "Ah wins." year, Haeger attended '.

Pance with Bill Gann's Orchestra, "Whutcha got?" Edison

at the American Legion Post No. "Three aces." High School
'
137. Tickets are available at the .x in.....w.c.aS.Y Mn..M1.r..v.v.. "No, yuh don't. AH wins!" there and was "

door at $1.00 per couple or from AUTO-PILOT 1\IOCK-UP-Comdr. William R. Dunne, executive "Whut cha gat?" also a student at Jlaeger

Wilson H. Sandefer at O &: R, officer of FaetuLant, Norfolk (leftdlseusses the features of Two deuces an' the Univ. of Florida for two
a razor.
the P-l auto-pilot mock-up with Comdr. Herbert S. Klenk officer- years. He received
phone 242 or 8232, and Roy H. "To sho does. How his recruit
in-charge of FaetuLant Detachment Two located here at NAS. come you
SUberly, Building 822, 8472. training at Parris Island, S. C.U .
Comdr. Dunne was here last Wednesday to inspect the local unit. so lucky?



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Fasron Six VF-104, VF-101 Report CPO Notes


The club will be loaded with

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons goblins Friday night all hav-

ing a hilarious time at the big

Halloween party. Get out the old
Fasron Six

I With departure of Jim Borgia, ron, AT3; Arthur P. Sterritt, AE3!; pirate and gypsy costumes because -

SN, for the USS Roanoke, the Daniel\ E. Burns, AE3; Barry K. I l there are going to bo

I squadron Public Information of Wilson, AE3; James S. Fox, AD- vi t aiN prizes galore for the funniestand

flee has been left without a scribe.A I E3; William R. Nash, AO3; Thomas most fantastic costumes.
W. Porch There will be noisemakers and i
call has been put out for any A03; Emmett D. De {
Witt, AK3 William F. party hats for all.
interested persons to check with ; Weimer, I
AD3, and S. The Revelers will be on hand I
the personnel officer. Murray Fox, AD3.
with their usual fine of
array
Adding a second green stripe as I
Going with Borgia to the Roanoke
a result of 1 dance tunes. The show goes on
successfully passing a
was Lawrence T. Moore 2000. I
recent Airman at
exam were Bernard -
LISN, who operated the mimeo- I
The Chiefs
following were
L. Lukehart and Edward S.
graph machine. Both men received Sobolleski. elected at the General Assembly I

orders as a result of completion I
Chief A.
meeting Monday. P.

of shore duty.In Transferred to VC-62 is Billy E Waren, Jr., to his second termas I
the new additions we find I
Adkins, AM3, while Roy E. Bond, President; Chief "Red". Owen +
thai the Norman E. Fenfolds havea
his second term Board of
AEC, has taken his talents to as )
new "edition". Debra Ann Ten
Governors member from Com-
NAS, Corpus Christi, Texas.
fold arrived at the maternity ward FairJax Chief
Reporting aboard from the : Johnson his sec-

of the Naval Hospital last Friday, training command and bringingthe ond term as Board of Governors

weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces. This I
member from NAS and Chief
squadron up to complement In ;
brought the entire family together. -
I Donnelly Board of Governors
officers were Ensigns Roger G.I
"Papa" Tenfold is presently
member from NATTC.
Anderson and William H. Pierce,
undergoing treatment and is ex- Jr. Adding to the crew's comple- i HONORARY REVIEWER-When FaetuLant Detachment Two The new officials extend their

pected to be released in early De- ment were: Duane A. Wirick, held its personnel Inspection last Wednesday, procedure was some- thanks to all club members for

cember. what chanjed. Chief Otto Simmons (center), who retired last their votes of confidence and
AD3; Glen C. Peterson, AM3, and i week after 30 years, was given the privilege of inspecting the ,

Levie Green, SDS3. A hearty i local unit with Comdr. William R. Dunne, of FaetuLant, Norfolk pledge efforts to making the

VF104Congratulations welcome aboard to all. : (right). club the biggest and finest of
are in order to
them all. I
After being in commission five
Lt. (jg) Bob Hair and Lt. (f Jg) and one-half months the squadronwas Record For Brothers OttoSimmonsOf
(
Henry Krlszamer who have been
put through an administrative The aircraft carrier USS Center Marine ScoresIn
promoted to the rank of "Full
Bull". inspection on October 16. In Princeton claims a record for Jax Faetu Rifle CompetitionA

return for the effort displayed by the largest number of brothers
Just arriving from NAS Willow Marine ANT
( )
awaiting
all personnel the squadron received serving together on a U. S. Navy
Grove, Pa., is Lt. James Hazelwood Finishes 30After School at NATTCenter here,
an overall grade of "Ex- v e sse 1. Thirty-one sets of
who was formerly with Tfc. Robert C. Sehm, receivedan
cellent". Well done to all. brothers, including one set of two and
nearly
Organized Reserve Squadron VF- spending honorary certificate in the
938. Welcome aboard! Coming as an aftermath to the four brothers and three sets of one-half decades at sea, Otto D. recent rifle
marksmanship competition -
inspection the squadron received twins, are serving aboard the Simmons, AEC,. formerly attachedto
A squadron party for all hands sponsored quarterly by
Princeton in Pacific waters.
notice that F2H-2 "Banshees" will FaetuLant Detachment Two,
was held last Tuesday afternoon.Lt. Leatherneck magazine.
soon arrive. The first of these retired here last week after 30
(Jg) Walter Clarke, who is Sehm fired 230 of a possible
have already been received by service.A .
personnel officer for the squadron Admiral Moebus years 250 with the winner of the con-
Fasron 9 and are now being ac- native of Coal Fork, W. Va.,
made arrangements for am- test having a score of 236. The
cepted by the squadron.Congratulations Simmons first entered the Navyin
ple food and drink. Everyone hada Chief f of NARTC local Marine was in recruit
to Faul L. 1920 and was discharged after
fine time. An impromptu "dunk- training at Tarrls Island, S. C.,
O'Rourke, AEl, for a 6 pound, 9 18 months during which time he
ing party" for all men advanced in when he fired for competition.
ounce baby boy. Ends Long CareerRear served aboard the destroyer tender .
rate was held and to make the .
USS Black Hawk in the At
affair a real success all officers
Adm. Lucian A. Moebus, lantic. Seek Navy EntriesIn

who had been promoted within First Negro Marine Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train- City Cage LoopThe
the last six months were escorted
Ing, will end his active service Simmons re-entenxl and was as-
Flier
Gets
to the "drink." The squadron surf ,Wings first meeting to lay plansfor
I with the Navy after 35 years. His signed to the flat-top USS Lang-
vival officer was on hand to ad- the Jacksonville City Recrea-
Lt. Frank E. Peterson Jr. of
,
I retirement becomes effective No- ley Jn the Pacific where he spent
minister artificial respiration as tion department independent bas-
Kan. in
Topeka, was sworn vember 1.Admiral. 12 years.
was required.Ens. ketball leagues will be held
last the first
Thursday as negro The 1937 saw him with 18
Moebus has been Chief year
Dave (Andrew II) Brown Marine Corps naval avia Monday Nov. 3 at 2000 at the
months shore duty at NAS Lake-
of the nationwide Naval Air Re-
has left the VF-10 boys for an inspired tor. serve Training Command since hurst, N. J. City Recreation office, 311 West

week at NAS Corpus Chris- Peterson was presented his Duval.
In 1940 he transferred to NAS
August 1951. His command included
ti. There's like the scentof commission in at Navy or civilian teams seeking -
nothing a
ceremony that of Jacksonville Naval Key West, Fla., where he put in
to make a Naval Air Training Station, entry should send represen-
perfume, they say Air Reserve Training Unit (NAR- commission the diesel electric tug
combat ready! Pensacola, by Adm. J. P. Whit tatives to Monday's meeting, or
person TU), which is commanded by USS Mankato, and in 41 the con-
After several weeks of pacingthe ney, In charge of .Naval Air Basic Capt. Easton B. Noble. verted yacht USS Turquoise at check with Chuck Rogers, phone
4-8331
for information
floor Lt. Bielagur is Training. on other
Joseph San Juan, T. R.
The retiring admiral will be relieved
proud to announce the arrival of Peterson is the fourth negro meetings.
by Capt. J. L. Kane, pend-
a bouncing baby boy! Aviator, but the first ne- Following the outbreak of World
ing assignment by the Navy de-
.
to receive commission in
gro a War II he was assigned to NAS
partment of another flag officerto
VF-101 the Marine Corps from the Na- Trinidad, British West Indies, and
the command. Capt. Kane has
As a result of the recent fleet- val aviation cadet program at in 1943 with 3rd Torpedo Squadron -
h atR
been Chief of Staff to the Admiral
wide competitive examinations, 17 NAS Pensacola. 8 which he helped place In
since December 1951. .
men added an additional stripe or comission prior- to boarding the ,

obtained their first crow. King-Size Broom Does Job carrier USS Intrepid for duty In

With the training department the Pacific.

working full tilt, the men ad- Sailor Becomes Hero Wins Friends Disembarking from the Intrepidat

vanced in rate were: To first Honolulu, Simmons underwent

class: Paul I.. O'Rourke, AE1; extensive torpedo training. It was
Decks Come Clean Minus Backache
to second class: Lewis R. Clin- during this training that the Car-
.
ton, TR2; Robert E Martin, AD2; Courage and steadfastness displayed rier was hit by Jap torpedo bomb- s

Harry F. Holden, Jr.., ADE2; Fred- bing, pick-up truck driving, and
in face of ob-
the many ers.In
erick R. Marz, AD2; Marshall L. the right to submit special chitsat 1944, he went aboard the

Halght, AM2; to third class: Joseph stacles encountered while givinga all hours and in any number carrier USS Bunker Hill which ,

C. Yaun, AE3; Joseph F. Ca- devotion to his work ebove and and to stand behind concert band later was hit heavily with shrap-

beyond the call of duty has earn- drummers. nel from "near-misses" by Jap

Marine Sergeant ed Robert E. Gabbert, SA of aircraft.In .

Weather Squadron 2 a "citation". 1945 it was back to shore ..4.s".

Gabbert procured a road duty at NAS Opa Locka, Miami,
To WO
Upped sweeper by acting on his own where he remained I until his

initiative, learned to operate the transfer to inactive duty in the

Former Marine M/Sgt. PerryA. sweeper without aid from others latter part of that year. lie returned -

Irelan, of Marine Aviation Detachment and then put the machine into to active service In October

NATTCenter, was promoted operation on the deck of Hangar of 1950.Redesignate.
to the rank of warrant of- .

ficer in ceremonies this week. 124.One hundred human backs Atlantic

Irelan, who has been stationed were prevented from becomingtired Fleet CommandNorfolk

here since February, is now as- sore and weary by his action -

sistant to the disbursing officerat performed in such an out- Va. (AFI'S)-The U.S.

MAD. Prior to Reporting here standing manner that all obser- Navy's Atlantic Fleet cruiser command L AFpS

he was stationed at Great Lakes, vers gave out with "Bravo Gab- has been redesignated as -- -- .

Ill. bert". battleship-cruiser force, Atlantic, SEEING IS BELIEVIN'

Warrant Officer Irelan, a vet- This valiant act was given coincident with the return of the "Mama" Is one name Jeanne
Craine hears than most
more
eran of ten years in the Marine recognition beyond awarding of battleships USS Wisconsin and Hollywood actresses. This

Corps, served in the Pacific dur- the citation from Lcdr. Lloyd L. USS New Jersey to Atlantic di- bundle of talent and beauty

ing World War II for 2V4 years, DeLatour, executive officer of visions. has four children all boys-

including the Solomon Island VJ-2, when a squadron Robert Gabbert, SA, of 'VJ-I The present cruiser commander and can still match her figure
2, wears his "medal" against those of many young
and Clouster campaigns. He tee conferred on commit-j Rear Adm. James H. HollowayJr.
Cape dangles from his neck on a starlets. Her latest role was
was attached to the 11th Marines. privileges of hangar fiber rope. ., will assume command. in "O Henry's Full House"



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Fasron Six No. 1

Holds Sway In


..,.. Bowling ActionAdding

a pair of four-point
victories to its already bulging
lead, Fasron Six No. 1 maintain
ed domination of the NAS intra
mural bowling league last weekas
the field of competing teams
was narrowed to 13.
With John Charvat
f > Forfeits again marred the
The collegiate grid season gapped the halfway mark last week's play, but teams failing to

:week-end with the list of unbeaten narrowed to a scant few play have been dropped from

as the race for conference championships and New Year'sDay the schedule and only those
matches with regular playing entries .
bowl selections intensified.It's .
will be staged through the
the time of the year when sports writers begin their 'remainder of the season.A .

second guessing by naming probable bowl game foes, so we'll .'...:,;:. trio of keglers made entry

come in early with ours by giving you: 'I .:. "",, :.' into the select 200 club. Crevar,
Rose Bowl. Southern California, after its upset of California ] .P FAW-11, rolled a 208, while VJ-
GO GET 'EM GATOR VP-741's Gators, currently resting in 2's Schoder posted a 210 anda
to host the Big Ten champion Purdue. Michigan
second place In the Mainslde intramural volleyball loop, mix it
219
State is serving an apprenticeship to the Big Ten and will with O A R In hangar 123 courts. Action was fast and lively, but to pass the coveted goal.
the Gators disposed of their for Clifford of Fasron 109 countedCantrell
adversary their 11th win In a
not be a .conference member until the basketball season un dozen starts. 4 .

folds. special vote might pace the way for the Spartans to ,

meet the Trojans, but that's fighting city hall. It would be Narluasron Six ScoresIn

a crime to deny the Spartans a bowl bid. Stealing Weekly Grid

Sugar Bowl. Oklahoma, figuring to bounce Notre Damein
South Bend, Ind., Nov. 8, will satisfy its sweet tooth for Sootlight In Mainside PlayA Pick ContestIt
the fourth time in five years by going to New Orleans against took only 75% correct an.
Tech. That's Tech the nod Duke in the -- -
Georgia giving over v ; swers in the Football Special to
big one this Saturday. Should the Jackets lose they'll be replaced continuation of forfeits in VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS win last week aa Conley Cantrell,

by Maryland. every intramural: sport at Main Trial W.. Ix>.t A01, of Fasron Six, and Jesse Harvey
Orange Bowl. Maryland appears a cinch for this one. side has taken away much of the Fasron .. ............" U 0 SN, of A/C Maintenance,
However, if Duke defeats.Georgia Tech they'll be the first glitter that usually surrounds the VP-741 Fasron Cators 109 ............._... 11 9 1 3 tied for first place with five misses. -
choice here with Terps in the Sugar Bowl. The foe will come IM: program as each fall sport, 0& R ....77T..7777777..... 9 3 .
with VP-741 Bombers ............. 8 4
from the southwest or rocky mountains. points going toward the second Cantrell emerged the winner by
Cotton Bowl. Texas is back in the saddle after being leg of the Iron Man Trophy, TOt'ClI FOOTBALL STANDINGS virtue of a closer guess on the tie
dethroned by TCU last year and they'll host the Dallas classic shows a decrease in participatingentries. Tram Woe Lout breaker but a deadlock for third
NARTU ............. 9
against Duke. This promises to be a far better tussle than Kasron 109 .................. 7 1 0 place was not broken between
the meeting of four times beaten Kentucky and Texas Chris Tennis, which opened with five Supply Fasron Six. ..... .................. 6 7 1 Thomas Mattalr, ATC, of Fasron
tian last Jan. 1. units, came to a close last week Ul741 ..... ... ...... 5 3 1 I Six, and Don Shipman, AA, ofNATTCenter
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Gator Bowl. Florida and Villanova. We viewed the Ga with VJ-62 the winner on a 21- Hospital ... ............. .. 3 6 Special Services.
tors in their greatest hour last week, running roughshod overa point total. In second place, two .
game but outclassed Georgia Bulldog, and it was our belief points behind, was Fasron Six and
that here was the most devastating ground attack we've in third place, with 14 points, was FOOTBALL SPECIAL'SELECT

seen in a long time. VP-741. THE WINNERS

The Gators' one-two punch, Rick Casares and Buford Tcnnbt Concludes
Long, was magnificent. The plaudits echoed throughout the The three point getters were the Games of Saturday, Nov. 1 .
state by Florida sports writers was well deserved, for the only teams to finish the full schedule (Home teams in right column)

Gators, against Georgia, were everything they wrote. original and all matches entries were with listed the other as Cornell ...-....................._._vs...._..._........_.._..... Columbia

forfeits. Dartmouth _....._.._......_...vs.__....._...._..__.....__... Yale
Coach Dave Barksdale was one of the featured guests at NARTU had chance Navy .-...............................vs......._................. Notre Dame
the weekly Jacksonville Quarterback Club meeting Monday the touch a to wrap Penn State _......_._.._.......vs...__._..._.._... Pennsylvania
night along with former New York Yankee great Lefty Gomez up in a tussle football with VP-741.title yesterday Re- Pittsburgh ..._.........._.......v&___._........_......___.Indiana
and city.grid tutors. sults of the meeting not Michigan\ i _....__..__..._vs...___._._......_._.__...Illinois
Introduced by Jax Air News Editor Andy Planey, Barks- available at time. were The Re- Nebraska _........_._......_..vs_.._.._...._.._._._..._.. Missouri
dale told the large gathering, "We never know our personnel, servists had press broken a first Ohio State ...............vs...._....._.Northwestern
having to face a 50% turnover. We have no spring trainingand with Supply last week, placetie Oklahoma A. & M.\ _.__....vs................_..__..___.._. Tulsa
there is no school spirit to get the team up. Coachinga ing a narrow 13.12 post- Michigan\ State _....._....vs..._....._._._____.... Purdue
service team is different from coaching in high school or Enterprise field. margin on Georgia ......._...._.._..........vs....-..-........_...._...... lauama
college." Georgia Tech _...._..........vs.._____._._._.._._...... Duke
Football Tight L. S. U. _._........_._..___...vs........._.._...._....... :Mississippi\
Georgia Tech will drop Duke from the ranks of the un- Other games last week saw Hospital Baylor .......-.-_._._..__...vs...............__.._...._.. T. C. U.
beaten this week-end for our pick of the week. Brushing by forfeit to Fasron Six and S. :M.\ U. ...-....._.._.._.......vs.............._..__.__....... Texas
the others for our top ten meetings we like California to re- Fasron 109 gain a similar win U. C. L. A. -.-..-..__._..vs..___.__._...._._. California
turn to the win column by edging UCLA; Baylor to stay in from O&G. Arkansas --...-......---.-._vs..__........__Texas A. & M.\
contention in the southwest by tripping TCU; Texas over Fasron Six appears to have the Wisconsin ..........._...........vs._.__,..___.._ ..._....... Rice
Rice to maintain a clean conference slate; Pennsylvania by volleyball title within reach, hav- Auburn ..._...._......_......_..vs_....:...__._I.._... Florida
two touchdowns over Penn State; Michigan to find little trouble ing gone undefeated in a dozen Jax Navy --.._..............vs..-._...._......... MCAS, Miami
with Illinois; Ohio State by a hair over Northwestern; frays. In second place with an
Notre Dame to sink the Navy; Yale slapping Dartmouth in 11.1 record, are the VP-74.1 Ga (Predict the score of this game)
an eastern rivalry and Michigan State Purdue. tors.
over Navy .... .........._._..
-- ..vs_...._..__.._._... Notre Dame
.
Followin the Fliers Information has leaked throughto Sign Up Now
this department on the whereabouts of a 210-pound set of Name ____ Rate/Rank.
:weights. Interested parties please contact Ext. 216 For Bus Trip
Outside of Washington, D. C. this Saturday for a 10-mile Unit Assigned To
marathon will be Jax Navy's Gene Field. It's an AAU spon- To Phone .
sored event and is expected to draw a large field of entries Waycross RULES
Golf pro Jack Harvey reports he's planting the rye grass
for the winter and that the putting surfaces on the NAS links Providing sufficient number of 1. To enter the contest you simply Indicate your choice
will be in good shape in the near future. Jack also relates personnel are interested, it is an- of each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select
to win. If
tie
you predict a game, place a (T) after the
that Bob Wallace Jim Bain and Bill ticipated sending a rooting partyto names
Hopkins are doing a of teams you think will play to a tie score.
great job in directing the Tournament Committee's work Waycross, Ga, on Nov. 8, 2. All games are to b'e predicted on an even basis. Ties
Baseball manager Art Gazda left for Brooklyn last week anda when the Jax Navy Fliers play count as losses unless predicted.
tour of duty aboard a flat top Here's a sure tip for South Georgia Junior College un- 3.picked In the space tiebreaker.provided In below indicate the score of the
as a
game
Saturday (straight from OG), Georgia Tech over Duke der the arcs at 2000. the most nearly correct score will case win of the a tie contest.the person with
Ens. Tom Wood, a Kent State University grad, is the new as- Transportation to and from the 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con
sistant to Mainside's Special Services Officer, Lcdr. Richard game, leaving the station at 1700, sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
V. Donahue "This will be the toughest match on our will be furnished free of chargevia 5. the In score the event of the a one tie-breaker is to be eligible.
game
postponed or rescheduled for
schedule," boxing coach Al Mueller told this corner before he Navy bus. There will be no any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
departed with the NAS team for Pensacola to fight tonight. charge for service personnel at ratings.
"The Goslings have tough men at every weight and we'll have the gate and in addition a special 6. Entry blanks must be submitted net later than 1700
I Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services
Build
to go some to beat them. section will be set aside for all ing, 930.
those making the trip.It 7. All military and civilian personnel with the exception
They'll do it every time! Send a newspaper a page anda has been requested that de- test.of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con-

half of copy and watch it print one paragraph, but don't partment and unit athletic officers 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
send anything and listen to the teardrops fall For the or representatives, forwardto 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax: Air News the
record-The University of Oklahoma has kicked 30 consecutive the Special Services Office, extension Thursday following the Saturday on which the game Is played.
extra points thus far this season Waves' volleyball 593, prior to Nov. 3, the TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
i coach Mary "Spike" Dimick is a conscientious gal when it number of personnel from their First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
comes to getting the blue clad lassies an even break in the respective units who desire to at Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit.
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Cage SquadBasketball CutsFor Ring Squad Takes MeasureOf i



practice continued at Visiting Green CoversJimmy
Mainside gym this week with

nightly conditioning drills l and
John' clear cut decision In the heavyweight class, last
fundamentals taking its toll of the I
bout of the evening, was the deciding factor In Jax Navy's 4-3 vic-
number who
original reported Oct
tory over an outclassed squad of Green Cove Springs leather wielders -

13.Coach Frank McCaffrey said he in NATTCenter. auditorum last Thursday.

would make another squad cut Johns entered the ring with sharp one-two punch that gave

later in the week, reducing the 36- John Dale, 189-pound Boston ringmaster him the nod over Jim Rodriquiz
4
man unit to 28. "This will allow needing a win to break at 134.

working with a varsity and the 3-3 deadlock. The hardpunching -
junior The Fliers' Jerry Deley, 147,
varsity" the Navy mentor added, Tampa lad responded with the squeezed a win over Doug Said

"and I'll go with that number aJAX one-sided victory to give CoachAl law between Green Cove victoriesat
Mueller' charges the match.
through the season. 135 and 156. Green Cover Os-

Need JV Coach Harper Decisions Mltrham car Albaugh decisioned Ronnie

McCaffrey related he was still Bernard Harper stepped throughthe Burnsworth and Bob Schaefertook

looking for a coach to handle the ropes at 128 for Jax Navy in the decision from Calvin

junior varsity. Interested person- the opening" bout___. of__ the____ evening 1"ornback to record the fo e$' initial '

nel should contact him at the HEAVY HARASSES FOE- Jimmy Johns Jax Navy's and was a real surprise by easily wins.

earliest possible time. talented heavyweight throws a right cross at John Dale, Green out pointing his Green Cove Split With SavannahA
Cove Springs Navy in their melee at NATTCcnter auditoriumlast
foe, pon Mitcham.
The heavy work was scheduledto Gator swinger, Wetherly
Thursday. Johns copped the decision as the Fliers took four
get underway this week-end. of seven bouts from the visiting sailors. The locals: trek to Pen- Frank Carpenter made it two Fisher, was the victim of Green
with sacola tonight. in a row for the locals with a
Handicapped only one goal Cove 170-pounder George Talner

in the Mainside gym, the work- In the closest match of the eve

outs may be shifted to NATT AE Students Top ""'. :: : ";t"X" ning.A.

Center Saturday and Sunday. I "... jnx nin news $ scheduled bout between Jax's

LaaweU May Return Intramurals AtNATTCenter Tom Lumpklns and Ted O'Neal of

"It's still to early to form any Green Cove at 170 was postponed.

real ideas on the squad," McCaf- Earlier in the week tho

frey commented, "but I'm sure locals kept a capacity crowdof

that Don Laswell will help us fight fans on their feet when
when he returns to Jacksonville in Student Electricians at NATT they traded leather with the South

December." (Laswell, 6-3, was Center continued their dominationof Side Athletic Club and the Pete

'with the Fliers last season and is the intramural sports front last City Gym, both of Savannah.The .

currently on a Med cruise with week as they held their lead in evenly matched bouts saw
his squadron). SSAC and Jax tplit on team
Fliers Donaldson 27-0 \
both the touch football and bowl- Trip ; points. Both teams gained tingle

ing loops. decisions while two others ended
65 Competein M/Sgt. Kernodle of the ANP( ) with no decision.Pistolmen.

Annual Ships Company rolled the' high Trek To Miami SaturdayA .

game and series of the season to Annex

highlight the keg action, postinga light but aggressive Leatherneck eleven, from the Marine

Links PlayWith 258 game and 602 series. The I Corps Air Station of Miami, will afford the Jax Navy Fliers a Individual HonorsIn

AEers defeated ANP) Ships chance to push their season record to the .500 mark this weekend

an entry list exceeding 65, Company 2519-2490, in a toughie when the inter-service foes clash in the sunshine city Saturday.A .

the Annual Fall Cup Tournament, and came back later in the week 1400 kickoff is on tap. OrlandoTampaHere's

under full handicap got underwayon to bounce Personnel, 24902178.The Navy rode the crest of victory
George Kinnear will open at an old story with a new
the NAS links last week. In
moved from fifth
Marines
last week over Donaldson Air setting: Jax shooters
Navy's pistol -
fullback for the split-T operating
addition 16 women are vying for
second tie in the
to place
place a
Force Base, 27-0 on the portside win again.
laurels in one-flight competition.Men's Fliers and will be flanked by
alley standings by sweeping games tosses of Harry Stuldreher and Larry White and Spang. The Florida state pistol champions -
play has been divided Into -
Maintenance and the
from Ale the bruising gallops of the led by John Lucas and Bob
four flights and results have Two QB's Available
Deadlocked for the
AO Students. I
Bloomington Bullet, D a r r ell Stringer, walked off with individual *
been posted for the first round of runnerup spot with the Leather- "I haven't got a first string
Spang. I honors in two recent matches
play in the top bracket. Erwin necks is Supply.In quarterback," Coach Barksdale
Much Improved"We the 8th District Florida Peace Officers -
Scott defeated Steve Cornieuliaon,
forwarded "I've got two. Both
,
the grid loop the AE Stu- Pistol Shoot at Orlando and
3 and 2, in one of the early matches. were a much improvedteam Jack Bishop and Stuldreher are
dents firm grip on first
own a the Tampa Pistol Range cham-
place having gone undefeated Dave Barksdale the Navy capable of full time duty but pionships.

Additional first flight results through eight league encounters.In mentor commented Monday, I'll split the assignment as I see Lucas and Stringer combinedat
list Bob Wallace over E. Beck, 4 "and I believe we'll be able to "
second place with a 5-1-2 rec- necessary. Orlando on Oct 22 to outshoot
and 3; Judd Pearson over Jim hold our own against the Ma- Stuldreher has
ord is Special Services-1st Lieu 17 two-man teams from allover
Gray, 4 and 3; P. Gardner over rines this week. I've seen their proven more M?1. ,
tenants. : the southern area with a 575 total,
Fred Kindsvater, 1-up; Earl roster and heard reports which adept with the & :,. $;; -) out pointing their nearest rival by
Brooks over Larry Rouse by de- TOUCH FOOTBALL STANDINGS indicate we'll be able to take throwing arm 1 5i :!$.. 36 points.
fault, and Tony lalzzi over Harold Ttalll Woa Lost Tied them. But we're not regarding this season while :
AE School........... 8 0 0 ; Earlier in the month the local
Boswell, 1-up, in 19 holes. S.S. 1st. Lt. ..........5 1 2 them too lightly. Bishop appearsto Aggregation swept all classes at
Lester Platt and Tony Truse AK School .. .. ........5 2 0 The Barracudas have been de- handle himself
A/C Maintenance ...... 4 2 1 f- the Tampa Pistol Range. Lucas
hold favorite roles In the second Supply Marines: .:::::..:::::::: 5 4 3 3 0 1 feated only once this season, a better on ; and Stringer were high masters,
flight, while Capt. Julius Early AO Ships Company... 4 4 0 14-6 setback at the hands of the the ground. This L J while Allan Johns
and Jim Personnel ............ 3 3 2 ; won every
Mauldin in the third flight University of Miami B team. In duo has been in- .
AO School 2 I match in the Center Fire sharp
and Dick Donahue and Dave Coleman ANP> Ships Company. 2 three other outings the fleet strumental, along Kelley
ANP) School .... ... 0 6 2 shooter division with Ben Prestona
claim similar tags in their footed Marines romped past the with Spang, in engineering the close second.

respective brackets. BOWLING STANDINGS lAd ru. Miami All-Sta'r Trojans twice, Fliers' two wins to date. :Melvin Bell had too much class

AE Team School...........1i'.a 18 3 25 20-6 and 59-0, and edged Seward James Arnold, a trim built for the Experts and walked off

ANPShipsCo. ( ) Supply M.:::::..:..::::: 14 15 4& 19Marines 19 Air Force Base of Oak Ridge, southern gentlemean who doesn't with Individual laurels.
Personnel .......... 13 8 17 Tenn., 12-6. mind close contact, has been a .
ANP( ) School .. .. .. 12 1C I
AO Ships I Company.:.. 11 19 15 Jax Navy escaped injury standout on defense for the Need Volleyball CoachA
..... 10 11 13
Pacing SS-lst. Lt. Fliers. His job will be made
ANP( ) Ships Co. .... 9 9 12 against Donaldson and will enter call has been issued for all
A/C Maintenance .... 9 12 12 easier with the return of Wilton
AK School... .. ..... 9 12 12 the Miami fray at full strength. "' :_1. 1".I personnel interested in playing
T
VolleyballersInterest BarCO, Vi1ViUUI auu om
O'Donnell. with the station's varsity volley
ball team. In addition a coachis
continues to mount in Newcomers Ken Knoisen and
needed. If you can fill either
the NATTCenter intramural vol- Billy Davis will bolster the
: "
of these billets please contact Spe-
leyball where ANP) Ships
loop Navy's front seven who'll have
cial Services, extension 593.
Company remained undefeated their hands full with the swivel-

through five games. Deadlockedin hipped corps of Leatherneck ozone in the wanning minutes
second place with one loss in runners. and connected with Harry Year-

six outings are AO Ships Com- No Trouble With Donaldson gin for a 50 yard pitch that car-

pany and AE School. Saturday's tussle shapes up as ried to the Donaldson 10.
The Student SC spikers rang up ,, .3KM1 e meeting of Jax Navy's aerial Passes Click

two wins last week as did the Air minded Fliers against the turf On the final play of" the game

Craft Maintenance crew and the minded Barracudas of MCAS. George Shotwell took a pin point

AO Ships Company sextet. Donaldson afforded the locals shot from Stuldreher In the end

Anyone having time off betweenthe little more than a light scrim- zone. Bob Batson arched two of

hours of 1100 and 1230 Mon- mage as the Air Force eleven was three extra points through the

day through Friday, is Invited to unable to dent the Navy 30 and cross bar while Bishop added the

drop by Building 513 to witness could offer little defense against third.It .

the intramural competition. Stuldreher's well aimed tosses was strictly no contest from

StandIngs: and the break-away runs by the opening kickoff,' but it
Team W. L.
ANP( ) Ships Company 5 0 Spang. wasn't until the second period
AE AO Ships School Company ....:::::: 5 5 1 HOW TO BUST 'EM-Showing the form that helped win the Spang crashed the pay window that the Fliers were able to
A/C Maintenance ';::::::::::: I Open Five Man Team Championship and Service Championshipat twice on spurts of 29 and 20 cash in for a touchdown. Num-

SS-lst Hand Tools Lt, :::::::::::::::::: 2 3 4 2 the recent Gainesville annual skeet shoot for Jax Navy is yards and passed to Larry White erous penalities thwarted Navy
Marines .. 2 Gordon Teets (right). Teets teamed with Ken Pendergras (left),
AK School ::::::::::::::::::: 0 4 to garner the two-man title and tie the world's record with a for a touchdown that spanned 17 scoring threats throughout the

Medical ANP) Students.......:::::::::::::: 0 0 4 5 sparkling 200 x 200. yards. Stuldreher took to the game.






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.-.... Part II Of NavCad Program (

lI Signal CorpsmenGive
f!


(Items offering for sale articlesof Showing Of A Navy Pilot Must Be Able


property' such as washing machines -

automobiles, furniture, ra- New Equipment

dios, clothing and the like are To Fly Hither Thither Yon

prohibited by Defense Department "Operation Tangerine" made its ,
initial showing: in Florida here at

regulations. This column will, the Naval Air Station Tuesday W'I (This Is the second! of a seriesof
,..: ; t celvea to for the days
however, list such services i as morning."Tangerine". ; three articles depleting the prepare

available housing, rides wanted United States Naval Air Reserve when a cadet becomes pilot of his

and lost and found articles or oth- is the name givento
Identified
plane.
own
Training Program as
the 60-day tour of Army Organized _
er similar notices.) Reserve units in Floridaby L the NavCad). With four months of pre-fllght

FOB KENT a soldier-specialist team from ON HIS OWNIn behind, the NavCad's big day is

Furn. 4-rm. house, $65 mo. 5111 the article de- fast Basic
the Signal Corps Engineering Lab- H preceding was approaching. flight

Firestone. Ph. 2-1248, Mrs. L. oratories at Fort Monmouth, N J scribed the current Naval Cadet training commences. lie receives

O. Arnold. : Training Program set up by the 22 hours dual Instruction flights
demonstrationof
After the NAS .
1 rm., 2804 Waller. Ph. 2-7687, ; Navy to train l young men for in the SBJ "Texas" trainer, and
the newest signal
equipment
Mrs. S. A. Plnholster. places in the cockPIts of 'jets, is ready to go it alone. The SNJ
the team similar
staged a -
2 rm. apt., $12 wk., 953 Market. performance fighters, and bombers require- is now used as a basic trainer be-
at Lackawanna Park for
Ph. 3-7139, Mrs. Shannon. l ments that must be met to qualifyand cause it beat incorporates all
the in the
general public evening.
Sing and dble. rms., 953 Market. a the he such retractable
pre-flight training re- equipment, as flaps, -
The 33-man team, directed by
Ph. 3-7139, Mrs. Shannon. SIGNAL DEMONSTRATIONThe and controllable
Lt. Elmer E. Davis offered the gear propellers -
new radlac-set AN-FDR-27
Furn. 5 rm. apt., 2636 Myra. Ph.
that all combat and
Navy
demonstrations on radio sets, tele- A, a portable meter capable of Vermont Michigan op-
7-8516 Mrs. Cowart. ,
eration aircraft have.
of Beta and
intensity
detecting
typewriter sets, Rawin sets, mobile
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 962 Hamilton.Ph. Gamma radiations is shown Authorize Payment *
radio I station switchboard
2-2809, Mrs. Pitcher. being used by a specialist from
wire wire and Of K-Vet Bonus However, having passed this
dispenser
Furn. 2 bdrm. house. Ph. 11293423or photo- .the Signal< Corps Engineering
Laboratories. This just milestone, this is only the beginning -
graphic laboratory.The was one I
7-7975, Mrs. Thornton. Washington (AFPS) Two
new switchboard is twiceas of many devices demonstratedby for the new man of the air.
Furn. 3 bdrm. house, 6115 Com- the Signal Corps here Tues- states, Vermont and Michigan,
There remain things for
effective of the many
modore Drive. Ph. 6-4050, Mr. as some equip day. have authorized next of kin bonuses -
ment it replaces and weighs only him to master aerial acrobatics,
Rogers. for veterans of the Korean
22 46 master precision work, dive bomb-
Unfurn. 2 bdrm house, 4369 Longfellow pounds. Weighing poundsper Patients conflict Vermont also
mile, the new field wire has Hospital Ing and gunnery, cross country
$65 mo. Mrs. Mary Mo- provides a bonus for veterans.
been effective in Korea Usable navigation and, finally, aircraft
bley. Treated To ShowOver The state of Michigan is pay-
under extreme climatic conditions carrier landings, the most difficult
Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., available Nov. at the Naval Ing a $500 bonus to the next of I
the photo lab is mounted on a 2V4 125 patients task of all. But when he has
1, 1117 S. McDuff, Mrs. J. Cor- seven-act kin of any deceased Korean
ton truck. Hospital enjoyed a big practiced day and night, studied
bin. veteran. This bonus will
con-
After leaving Jacksonville the variety show presented by the day and night, and practically
Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., 627 Edison tinue until the Korean conflict
team proceeded to Orlando whereit Elks Club of Jax last Thursday lived all these things from dawnto
Ave. Ph. 4-2318, Mrs. Herring ends.
will demonstrations night in the Red Cross recreation dusk for eight months, he finds
give to-
Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house. Ph. 88- Honorably discharged' veterans
and tomorrow before hall. himself emerging the complete
day con-
9491, Mrs. John Roberts. from enlisted status,
tinuing on to seven other Florida An annual event; this year's master of his SNJ plane.
1 rm., Murray Hill, 4508 College.Ph. who are resident of the stat
cities. show was under the direction of .- .
8-6634, Mrs. Nudelman. I of Vermont receives $10 foreach
Charles G. Tankersley, entertain- Now of him-
feeling more sure
Share home with couple. Ph. 88- month of duty up to a
ment chairman of the Elks Club, self behind the controls of his
7306( Mrs. Erickson. maximum of $120. Next of
NAVY WIVES who also acted am master of ceremonies bird, the Cadet is ready for ad-
1 bdrm., Lakeshore. Ph. 2-7216, kin of men killed In action

Mrs. LcGrant receive $120. Next of kin vanced flight training, where big

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 725 Rosselle St., CORNERAfter The show featured acrobatic of veteran who die after discharge ger, heavier, and faster service

Mrs. Frazier dancing, tap dancers, vocalistsand will receive the type planes, such as fighters and

an interruption of three an accordion-mandolin combo. .
rule
patrol bombers, the airways.One
Furn. 4 rm. apt., 725 Rosselle St., amount earned by his service
weeks the Navy Wives Club 1J. .
Mrs. Frazier. la Korea. flier may prefer the two-

Furn. 3 rm. cottage, $37 mo., Air- back in full swing again. Dele- Federal ServicePins The American Legion is back- engine aircraft, or the tour engine .
gates to the National Convention,
base Trailer Park. Ph. 2-5410, ing a bill in the State legisla- while another the single-en

Mrs. Schulz. which was held in Key West, re- ture of West Virginia to auth- gine carrier plane as the type he'd

Couple to share 11 rm. home, $25 turned last week to give an ex- Go To Fuel orize a Korean bonus to veter- like to pilot as his "baby" in the

mo., Jax Beach, 411 3rd Ave., N. tensive report of all proceedings.The .ans. blue horizon. Here is where the

Ph. 5-4849 Mrs. Hansen. meeting was well attended. Depot WorkersSix NavCad program offers a choice

Furn. 2 bdrm: house, $125 mo. Ph. A lot of valuable information was to the cadet flier who<* wishes to

8-6600 after 5 p.m., Mrs. Bowirv. gained and will be put into actionduring' Navy Fuel Depot employeeshave Membership Open In specialize, In keeping with the

Furn. 2 bdrm. house, Murray Hill, the coming year. been awarded pins for five needs of the service, of course.
Jax Male Chorus
.
$(15 mo. Ph. 2-8580, Mr. Graham. and 10 years continuous serviceat If he chooses a multi-engine

Furn. 5 rm. house, 3934 McGirts, Plans were made for a big NAS Jax. Sustaining memberships in the plane, he puts in 150 more hoursof

L. Cofer Jr. officer- Jacksonville Male Chorus for the
FOR SALE Thanksgiving dinner. The final Lt. Fred air time, finally qualifying for

arrangements will be made at the in-charge, and Walter E. Somers, coming season may be purchasedat
GI equity In 3 bdrm house, un- assignment to a Fleet Air Wing. _
next business meeting on Nov. 5. superintendent of the Navy Fuel a substantial savings over the .
furn., 3025 W. 16th St. Ph. 6- *
All members and friends are urgedto Depot, made the presentations in season's ticket prices.
4629, Mrs. J. D. Mears. Should he choose the single-en-
be present. a brief ceremony last Thursday.A Memberships entitle the recipi-
S bdrm. house, 4634 Pinewood Rd. gine fighter, he logs 115 hours in
Christmas ten-year pin was earned by ent to two reserved seats for the
cards have arrived
Ph. 88-9917, Lcdr. Regan. the air, then returns to Pensacolafor .
Sam A. Bolden, liquid fuels gauger. November and December concertsof
and the girls will start
Equity in 35 ft. house trailer 2 selling an additional two weeks qualifying
Five-year pins went to NobleL. the Womens Civic Chorus and
them the base and in the Dew-
on
bdrm., or 'trade equity in 2 or In carrier-deck landings for
Jordan, chief, fire branch; Vir- the Jacksonville Male Chorus re-
Park
All
3 bdrm. house, lot 68, Azalea ey housing area. Navy subsequent duty in an Air Groupof

Trailer Park, Chief Garver.lllSCEUANEOUS families are asked to buy cards gil S. Green, captain, fire sectionNo. spectively, as well as the May con- the Fleet.In .

from club members. Proceedswill 1; Bryant A. Pickett, captain, cert of the combined choruses

be used for food and Christ- fire section No. 2; Reedie W. El- For additional information, con- all of this advanced training
Lady driving to San Francisco, on
for lis, firefighter and Raymond L. tact Lawton Green, extension 355; navigation and more navigationis
mas gifts needy Navy person-
or about Nov. 15. Rm. for one,
share Ph. 7.4156 after nel. The club and nursery will Hodges, leadmgman, liquid fuels Francis R. Gardner, extension 433, stressed. A Navy pilot has to bitable

expenses. pump operator. or Lt. Scharfe, extension 213. to fly hither, thither, and yon
5 Faith Berrier. spend a sizable amount of moneyon
,
p.m. here to there, and back again, over
Lost-Wallet between Anchorageand Christmas gifts this year.
seemingly endless miles of wa
NATTC. Ph. 787 or 253, N. M
ter without the aid of landmarksand
J. Roinstad. It decided the
was at National
r beacons. Refinements in
Riders wanted from Lakeshorearea Convention that the Navy Wives $ sz.
bombing, gunnery and carrier
0730 to 1630. Ph. 545 Mr. Club of America, Inc. will spon-
landings (for single engine and

McDaniel. sor scholarships for deserving en- Jet pilots) are learned during these

Riders wanted to West Va., Oct. listed Navy youngsters. The fund four months training.

3031.: Preferably female. Ph. has been established and each ,
5 *
88-9491, Mrs. John Roberts. will contribute a certain amountof
Now, 18 months of flight train
3 Riders wanted Newnan St. and money, depending on financial
ing have been completed. The successful
Monroe, 0645 to 1630. Ph. 4- standing and number of mem-
NavCad now has the thrilling .
9206, or Ext. 404, Joe Buchanan. The contribution of this club will
experience of having his Wingsof
Baby sitter, 2031 Herschel St. Ph. be voted on during the next business
Gold pinned on, branding hima
7-5901, Miss Cecile Bowen. meeting.
Y. new Navy Ensign or Marine
Baby sitter, day, evening or weekends Notice All Parents Attendingthe
Second Lieutenant a fully com-
Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. Halloween Party at the "O" .

I Club on Friday, Oct. 31: The Nur- missioned pilot.

Waves Open Drills sery will stay open to all customers How he fits Into this potent

until 1 A.M.Rifleman force will be discussed In the third

For Cage CampaignNightly and final article of this series

basketball practice for next week.
Cops TitleIn
the Waves is being held Monday Young men interested In obtain-

through Thursday, 1830- Alabama TourneyPete ing more details about the Nav

1939( in the Mainside gym. All Bessette, captain of the Cad program may inquire at the

Interested candidates are urgedto NAS rifle team, took the Alabama Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
AWARDED SERVICE PINS- Presentation of five and 10-
State :Marksman Training Unit and Interview
report. ChampionshipOct. arrange an -
year federal service pins was made to six Navy Fuel Depot em-
Coach L a v a u n Eckles ann 18-19 in Mobile, Ala., with 3- ployees last Thursday by Lt. Fred Cofer Jr, offlcer-In-charge with Lt. R. E. Hanna,

o u n c e d that transportationwould 148-160x out of a possible 3,200 to of the Depot, assisted by Walter Somers, superintendent. Receiving NavCad Procurement Officer for

be available at the Waves add additional laurels to victories pins were, front row (left to right), Sam Bolden, Noble the South-Georgia, NorthFloridaarea.
Jordan and Raymond Hodges. Back row (left to right) Walter
barracks, 722, taking the girls already won by the local target All inquiries will be an
Somers, Virgil Green, Reedie W. Ellis, Bryant Pickett and Lt.
to and from the gym. poppers. Cofer swered courteously and expertly.r .