Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1951
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:\ Headquarters of the! Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval..) .!t'ict.anci Commander Fleet Air Wing; _11

r r Guests GiveO ir-' ,t Is,, -IVF.174-' Gains

r .. Thrill ringTarawa 'Coveted 'E'f ;

VisitOne I II II I As Top Unit

of the' biggest thrills Fighter Squadron 174 has

f experienced by ten prominent II I I I''been awarded the ComAir-

Southern business men, who Lant Battle Efficiency "E" in
]last week made a four-day
USS Tarawa recognition of having
cruise aboard the

: was their return to INS I achieved the highest stand.

Jax via carrier plane. ing in the competition of all

Wayne Freeman,. a Greenville, AirLant propeller fighter i
S. C. newspaperman, said that he
was deeply impressed by the squadrons for the fiscal year
training: the Navy was giving reserve 1951.
pilots of the last war I. FIRST VOLUNTEER UNIT-First unit to be interviewed in the current Jacksonville area /
"There's lots of good flyingleft blood donor campaign, held in conJuction with the world wide Armed Forces appeal for blood, is During the competitive year the
in the old boys yet," he observed Class 51-8BA of the Instructor's School at NATTCenter. The group, which volunteered 100 per cent, 'squadron broke AlrLant's rocket

,. r. with satisfaction. I includes, front row, left to right, William Johnson, AOC: Glenn Bandy, ATI; Cecil Flitcroft, ATI; firing and glide bombing recordsin .
I Hailing: from as far west as Dan Justice (civilian instructor); Melvin Snyder, AE1; Howard Jones, ATI, and Angelo Zingaro, I competitive exercises, while fifteen
Texas and south to New Orleans, SKC. Back row, Roy Cummings, AMC; George Braccland, AE2; Sgt.. Jack Callahan; Charles Pat- of the pilots annexed indi-
the group of businessmen reported I ten, FR1 Paul Koontz, AE1 and Athor Hardberger, SKC. Quota for the Jacksonville area has been vidual "E"s for outstanding

enthusiastically like carrying-out about of the.minute.precision set at 3,000 pints a mont __ __ __I scores."E"

'. shipboard details by crew members I &AJ/-Hands EffortIReady Recount Nets Pilot By virtue of Goes having Up scored first
of I
and the refueling at sea adestroyer
among the heavy competition,
by the 35,000-ton car- 174 is authorized to display the
received much attention VF4lih 1;
rier. Life Plans ForBlood O/ AirLant Battle Efficiency "E" on
Sample Navy
the squadron aircraft and a suit-
Nft seasickness was reported
among: the "landlubbers" as the Iii Firing Action ably engraved plaque and decalcomanias -
will be presented to the
Tarawa operated off Mayport in I
water described by one of the Drive Here A new development brings to I squadron.
guests as being "like a lake". In light the fact that Lt (jg) Lu- I In The Record
addition to the opportunity to cian Caulkett of VF-41, who had
The achievement will be notedin
sample Navy life aboard ship, including I Plans are rapidly going ahead for an efficient, smooth- previously been credited with two"E's" I the personnel records of the of-

I ;'t- the regulation businessmen Navy chow, running "assembly line" .program for receiving blood dona- firing during exercises recent, had competitive actually ficers and men of the squadron

able the seagoing to observe carrier landingand were I tions from military and civilian personnel of all Armed Forcesin garnered the ,,award in three whose in winning contribution the award.materiallyaided

take-off procedures by air- the Jacksonville area in the Defense Department's all-out events. .
Lcdr, Ralph E. Elliott was commanding -
based at
craft from squadrons j Blood Donor camoaitrn.
NAS JaxAnother, fhi ---- The extra "E" boosts Lt, Caul. officer of the squadronat
of The urgency program, kett into the charmed circle of the time the records were set
Navy guests
were slated group to board the giant announced last 100 week cent, has already II Jax.Capt.. Julius C. Early, Senior tripe-"E"! winners, which accord- He has since been relieved of the

carrier this week, one of whomwas met from with a unit, per Class 51-8BA response of I Medical officer of the station, is ing to reliable information, con- I, post by Lcdr. Paul Garrison.
traveling all the way from the Instructor's School at NATT readying all details for operationas sists of only two members in this .
Iowa to take advantage of the soon as possible. Quota for this area.
first class interviewed.
Center the -
opportunity to see the Navy Air area, in a breakdown of the Com- Lt. (jg) Sherman E Brent, for I "Burn Or Save"New
Force in action. NAB Six quota established by merly of VF-14 shares the distinction -
.c Local Men Included Starting an advance campaign the Department of Defense, is with Lt. (jg) CaulUett.
Among the men making the for donors with the apt slogan", set at 3,000 pints a month. Lt Sherman won his last year and Slogan for
"Service Blood for Service Men,
at that time he was believed to
first cruise were four Jackson-
Term I
Long; Program
additional classes at the
be the only pilot on the East
ville businessmen. They were E. "This is not a temporary oper-
Center met the 100 cent chal- Prevention
Becker, local of the per Coast to achieve this most difficult Fire
Jay manager ation, Capt. Early stressed. "The
. lenge, and one more went 99 per
'-" John Hancock Life Insurance Co.; need for vital plasma is more feat II
Winthrop Bancroft, president of cent.Other commands, including the likely to increase than decrease. I Members of the station Fire
the Bancroft Investment Corp; Florida Military District which The nation's stockpile, due to the According to an erroneous report 1 Department are turning poet
Jerome L. Kipnis: vice-president will participate in the Navy pro- fighting in Korea, is dangerously on the number of hits he these days, but there is still
of National Container had made in the target area, it hair" about these
the Corp.; to follow depleted. We hope to establish an nothing "long
are expected
'- and Marlow V. White, of Marlow gram the uninterrupted schedule continuo was believed that Lt (jg) Caul- stalwart defenders of the public
suit as soon as gets
I, White, Inc. moving.. ing as long as the need exists," kett had failed to garner an 'E'in safety.
Leon Erwin, Jr., president of aNew Await Equipment It is expected that each donor rocket firing. He was still entitled -
Instead, they are preparing
to have three of the letters
Orleans insurance be and out of the "blood
company the arrival can in
Pending now is of Fire Prevention
I for this year's
I and Ray S. Nelson, president of line" in 30 minutes, with an average emblazoned on the side of his FlU
the blood-donor apparatus, whichis I Week, Oct 713. The boys, who ,
I the Gulf States Utilities Co., of 24 through however, for he'd won the rocket
being provided by the Medical going every I were mulling around for novel
Beaumont, Texas, came the greatest hour. I' "E" in a past exercise
Supply Depot, Edgewater, N. J ,Such was not the case however, publicity ideas, came up with
distance. This will be set up in Ward A of Individual departments will be I a slogan paraphrasing that of
.. Others included Joe Parham, the NAS Jax Infirmary, with asked to arrange for this many I for when the scores were re- a familiar shaving preparation,
editor, Macon (Ga.) News; Free- nurses and medical officers in at- (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4) (Please Turn to Page 3. Col. 5))- I and are now busy composing
man, editor of the Greenville ((5. tendance. suitable rhymes to match.
C.) News Edward Wehman, ..' '.." I
; pres-. Donors will come from the ..."M.
ident of the Carolina Mutual Insurance Fleet Reserve at Green Cove '' The slogan adopted by Chief
Co.; and C. 0, Thompson, Springs, Cecil Field, Mayport and >1 1if Donald R. Moran "and his boysis
president of the Grey Line Tours, local commands including NAT- "Burn or Save. One of the
Charleston. The two Charlestoni- I TC, FAW-llr ComFairJax, the rhymes, which will appear next
ans flew here by private plane. Naval Hospital, NARTU and NAS throughout the station
month, reads: "A pocketful of
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A snoot full of rye;.
"Key Men In Traininc Command"Vital
A cigarette in bed -- What a
way to die! Burn or Save!"

.Role Of Local Training Center The lads admit they would I I
1 appreciate help from the out-
side. If you are good with me- I
) Instructors Emphasized In Address I ter, send in your contribution '
; to Capt. Billy E. Downing, Fire
-- Station No. 1, and see
:'i" The vital role the instructor you may
'. highest quality of military Instruction ,., it on those little red signs dur-
Air Technical a
at the Naval z
; obtainable i in the Navy. ing Fire Prevention Week. ,J ':,
Training Center at Jax It's a man-sized job.. I expect I I'

plays 1 in the internationalscene you to do it."

was brought to the fore Doing Itlg Job Weather OutlookThe :
I Captain Rice went on to say "Il
: by Capt. Lester K.' Rice, coma are the key men In the weatherman at Aerology)
manding officer of the Center, I whole training command, a train- office reports a slightly cooler t

'. in-his. address last Friday to Ing command that stretches from week-end with possible showers '
coast to coast You are in the Sunday.
the joint graduating supervisor middle position, ,the position Between : ,
classes 518 BA and 518 the uninitiated recruit and Friday-Partly cloudy cool, I
) winds
AA. the skilled technicians that are ...... gentle : .t'
Opening with bluntness, Captain doing the job in the Fleet:' I Saturday-Partly cloudy, warm
I Lester K. Rice, corn-
with Courtesy: Stressedt.pjrimaryjmilitary with gentle Easterly winds
declared "I charge you f
Rice :
i duties of the manding officer of NATTCenter, ;]presents Angelo' D.,Zingaro, SKC,
the direction of the stud :! ...,.? j. r red inedon I his supervisor diploma with persiluting anal congratulations during grad- Sunday-Partly cloudy, warm '
the school. It is yours, r I' ; ceremonies last Friday. 2 lingaro: was one of 30 who were with showers in afternoon. ..
. bility to see that they'reutmost 1.4)) t graduated from the Instructor's School: Southeasterly winds.
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1 : Page Two JAX AIR NEWS *. '''' 13' September 1951

w r 'r'r Report From Washington

,; Jt1>> .. .1. ---_- -.r. To Aid PromotionsAccepting for Reserve Officers

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

1 Station Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville, Applications fromBy Qualifiers for Diving Courselice

Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Office ( Armed iWccs Press Sen Ice) Board Camp Gordon Ga.
'. Comdr. James H. Armstrong_____..._____..____.__.___.__Executive OfficerLt. The Defense Department Is drafting legislation %*
Gordon D. Walker -._.Public Information Officer designed to improve the promotion oppor- A new transport helicopter squadron is being ..
Fleet Air( JacksonvilleRear tunities of Service Reserve officers, but ex- added to the Second Marine: Air Wing, Marine
A dm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander pected ,to affect directly or indirectly the ad- Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N. C. The
Capt Alien Smith Chief of Staff vancement of all officers on active duty. new squadron the HMR-262 will be the second -
Fleet Air Wine Eleven The bill is expected to achieve the following' of its kind on the East Coast and the
Capt. Jesse S. McClure __._.............__...._..... Commander objective: Provide "an adequate and equitable fourth in the Marine Corps. The new squadron
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton _Chief Staff Officer I promotion system for eligible Reserves of will be equipped with HRS-1 helicopters,
Naval Air Technical Training Center I each Military Department approximating the capable of 100 knots forward speed while car-

Capt Lester K. Rice ...___- -.. Commanding Office samepromotion opportunities for personnel of rying 10 combat-equipped Marines or eight litter l'
;, Comar. John A. Gamon, Jr ...-,.-'_ Executive Office the Reserve forces as for personnel of the Reg- patients.
Naval Hospital ular establishment in the respective Depart- *
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer ments." February, 1952, has been set as a The Army Corps of Engineers estimates its
f Capt Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer deadline for submission of the measure to Con- fiscal year 1951 pest control program saved
NARTU gress. the Government $24 millions In property dam- .
age, conservation of equipment supplies and
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer The Eighth Air Force's 97th Bomb Wing food, from the'ravages of insects and. other
Trusso_ Executive Officer
Comdr. Anthony shared top honors with the Second Air Force's ,pests.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration 2nd'Bomb Wing in the Third Annual StrategicAir *
I' building. Phones extension 8184. Command Bombing and Navigating com- The Air Force's 57th Fighter Group has been
\ Editor-Andrew H. Planey petition held recently at MacDill AFB, Fla. awarded the French Croix de Guerre with Palm
Staff Members: Terry Ziegler, SA; Gerald Hynes, SN; Mary The 97th placed first in bombing and the 2nd for its "brilliant feat of arms" In aid of the
: Bixiones SN. led in navigation.The French Expeditionary Corps during the campaigns ,-
The JAX Alit NEWS is Published weetly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 97th also took the Fairchild Trophy, a of Italy and France in World War II.
\ Jacksonville: Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund new award made this year by the Howard .
the and in compliance with NAVKXOS P-35, KevNov. ,
at no expense to government
: 1945. Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the Hughes Aircraft Corporation for the best SAC The Navy In acceptingapplications from
k' Naval Air Reserve Training: Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field ud Wing scoring in combined bombing and navi- qualified Regular warrant Gunners and Boats-
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The gation. The Eighth AFs 509th Bomb Wing wains for a six-months' course in deep'sea diving
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.AFt'S ,
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without was runner-up for this award. The 97th is at the Deep Sea Diving,School, Naval Gun .
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of. other based at Biggs AFB, Tex., and the 2nd Bomb Factory Washington, D.C. Classes convene
;." matter, except by service publications, U prohibited without permission ot Wing at Hunter AFB Ga. the first Monday in April and October Applications -
Editor .
should reach the Navy Bureau of Personnel
know and work with every day. Navy Selection Boardswill convene on Sept. three months ahead of the class open
Most of Planning, so It seems 11 to recommend Medical, Supply and Dental ing date.
y.: BreezingAround took the advice of the commentators Corps officers for temporary promotion. to the .
and stayed off the roads this: grade of rear admiral. Transfer of the Army's Chemical!_Corps
t 0 & R] Labor Day. The majority foundIt School from Edgewood, Md., to Fort cClellan -
fun to loaf on Monday-legally, The Army has issued a new field manual on Ala., is expected to be completed by mid-
x. that islTrips! criminal investigation, dated July 1951, and su- September five weeks ahead of schedule The
perseding' the manual dated April 1945 The movement of equipment by truck and railroad ,.
are always on order fora new manual was prepared by the :Military Po- began July 23.
INSPECTION ITEMS long week-end thoughtherewere
All hands extend their best a few who braved the traf-
: wishes to Comdr. John A. Fidel, fic. Foy Crosby, P & E, went to NAVY WIVES
r. as he assumes duties of NAS Fernandina to the races. Bea Mc-
,\ Operations Officer. Comdr. Fidel Conn, Clerk ventured all the way ..
has been Inspection Group Officer to Daytona Beach and brought CORNERAt
In the Overhaul and Repair back a beautiful suntan as a sou- f
r." department and more recently assistant venir. Viola LeJune, typist, wentto the last meeting held on
; Overhaul-Repair Officer.O Pensacola to have her fun. September 5, Mrs. Elliott, Newellwas
& R department, and more Chalmer L. Thomas and family I t elected to represent the Navy
particularly the Inspection Group, tried Ormond Beach for their Wives Club No. 86 at the Annual
take this opportunity to express share of old Sol. Wilma Hendry National Convention in Chicagoin
their gratitude to Comdr. Fidel, typist tried her luck at fishing October.
j for his untiring efforts wish him down on the Little Saint Mary's All Navy wives are cordially
r every success in his new position. River, Evidently the fish weren't invited to join the club and participate -
/.' Lcdr. Frederick C. Kidd, who there, but the boat ride was fun. : in the many activities of
relieved Comdr. Fidel as Inspec- Minnie Reid, clerk went all the fered.
tion Officer comes from the way to Brewton Ala. to visit The Nursery reports the open- "
l Fleet. He was executive officerof folks.We ing of a second senior kindergarten -
L' VA-45 until it was decommissioned want to welcome George class under the directionof
r at NAS Jax in June ]1950 Kummer P&E back to the fold Mrs. Walter Bedard Jr.
( and since that time has been the again. He has been up In Scran- The morning class has no
:', executive officer of VA-75. This ton, Pa., for the past two weeks. openings, but there is a limited
and previous experience in carrier Harley Flowers P&E, is the proud number of vacancies in the after-
'." aviation will be put to good use papa of a brand new TV set. noon class. The junior Kindergarten
jn the Inspection Group. Looks as though he will see his class, under the direction of
football games In comfort this R 8FF Mrs. Nelle L. Scarbrough, also
\ Our vacationers: Chief "J" Ber- Fall. We're glad to see Carl Law, has several openings. This classis
ry Roach vacationing in Nova P&E, back at his desk: again. s> ?''A Ka..va for children who have had
ta, Oklahoma Chief RalphG. e their third birthday but are too 'I
Sanders chose Madison, Illinois It's In the air-talk of another young for senior class.
while ,Chief Michael A. Planning picnic we mean. Several The junior class Is held in the
!, George decided Jacksonville, was weeks ago Planning had a picnicat morning. Bus service is providedfor
the "best spot" so will spend his the City Zoo. It was a great all three classes.
leave here. Harold T. Meehan success. It was such a success ..'

f' AD2, is visiting( in Bayonne, N. J., that the official picnic, planner, .... 'Z' For the benefit of those famil-
pr. and Miss Lillian F. Wolfe Supervisor Joe Goss, P&E, is counting noses ies who are new on this station
(with three weeks leave for all in favor of another one: "WEEKEND WARRIORS" PULL ENGINE CIIECK Three and have not yet taken advan-
', lucky girl) Is spending one weekin right away-Friday night, Sept. "Weekend Warriors," members of Fleet Air Service Squadron tage of the many facilities the
the mountains of North Carolina 14, to be exact.If 745 attached to NARTU Jax, are shown pulling 30-hour check Nursery offers the following informatIOn -
and the other two weeks vis- we can acquire the servicesof oaths engine of an SNJ "Texan" trainer while their supervisor is provided: The Nur-
iting relatives in Ohio. three famous chefs we had looks on. They are, front, left to right Supervisor James McClel- sery is open seven days: a week: I
The welcome mat was recently the last time namelyHarlandLewis land ADI; Mario DiLoreto ADE1. Hack row, left to right, Harrison Tuesday through Friday from
put out for Helen Lee, lovely Senior Civilian Supervisor, Shoemaker ADC2 and Herbert Ferguson, ADE3. 0700 till 2400; Saturday, 0700-
[ young bride of messenger Lavern Emil Hieb Workload Division Supervisor 0100; Sunday 1200-2230; Monday,
M. Lee, AA. Helen hails from and John Nazal Material 0700-1800.
i Ferry, Iowa.Lawrence. Division Supervisor, personnelare RESOURCEFULNESS NETS NARTU Minimum age for infants to be
; H. Pratt Inspection assured of delicious boiled admitted is six weeks, no excep-
Division of Assembly & Repair, shrimp. tions can be made. A hot lunchis
narrowly escaped getting a hand I We would like to welcome COMBAT INFORMATION CENTERThanks provided daily at 1200 and 1800

amputated while adjusting the aboard our new Planning Officer, to the electronic ability (except Sundays), consisting of
blades of a lawn mower. He will Lcdr. Eugene R. Gate.' Lcdr. Cate and resourcefulness of JamesL. Two VE indicators are manned I soup and crackers dessert with
be at the Naval Hospital for some comes from BuAer in Washington. [ Clements, TDC the Jacksonville by fighter directors located on I, graham crackers, milk. A mid-
I, time. How about dropping by to Naval Air Reserve Training either side of a horizontal plotin morning snack of juice and cookies
r: tee! him! ._ Unit is now operating a Combat the CIC room, which also con is served. This schedule usualIy -
,y -- e rs r +-$ nformation[ Center that approaches tains a status board, the vertical varies on Wednesday and Fri-
From the amount of work pouring : those found in the fleet plot, a vertical overlay and the day, when a picnic lunch is serv-
into Inspection, the Missing for: authenticity SK-1M:; radar gear. All stationsare ed in the big outdoor yard, con-
Bureau will with sisting of sandwiches, fresh fruit
reiKCns probably le equipped soundpowered "
Chief Clement's device is actually
i asked to start a search for Mrs. .1f'. phone circuits with radio circuits and milk. .
a synthetic means of *
Erma Hanna and Mrs. Lucille f r reproducing to the links for fighter director '
blips, aerial targets and Dancing lessons are given on
l Crowell who are now buried under and targets, that can be used for communication.. Tuesday and Friday by Miss ,..
mound of *
a huge paperwork
hips; navigation and fighter direction -Irene Freeburg, a professional :
In the Main Inspection Office and is utilized for training This practical setup has been dancing teacher. All these facilities
t' Fishing: -Our fishermen vow radar operators and CIC person- used for simulated land, support including the Sr. and Jr. \.J r
r. And declare that the black bass el. operations,. radar controlled approaches Kindergarten classes are open to ...*,
a ere getting "fat and sassy" In the The equipment Js) built around regular fighter direc- children of service personnel and "
it urea around Green Cove Springs, an APS.15 radar set with an ultrasonic tion and fighter intercept problems civilian workers. However Navy #
'.' fund they' aver that It Is too bad trainer and 3 VE indi- as well as shipboard navi- children will be given priority if
that some of our group have gone ators.: Frequency is stepped up gation and radar jamming prac- conditions should ever become so ;,
i\" "in for" fly fishing when the rod n the circuit to combine this withIn tice. With the exception of the ul- crowded that the Nursery could .I'
and reel bring them in at 50 yards. tra-sonic trainer all equipmentis "
SKflM air search radar which not take care of all customers. :
We have also just learned receives its land and sea targets either home made, or was procured The Nursery is sponsored by I i
from, and we assure you, a strictly I from' the ultra-sonic trainer as salvage from the various the Navy Wives Club and supervised :
I' reliable source) that the shrimp HANDY MIDGET This activities at NAS Jacksonvilleand by Mrs. Radford A. For- ,Ir\
i, are running good In the St. JohnsJ' tiny object is one of the 68 Air Targets are generatedrom then overhauled at NARTU syth. All customers are urged to ,. .
River. A word of warning was million miniature can openers four 15-J-1B GCI trainer Jax contact Mrs. Forsyth on all mat- '. {
given too that there are numerous provided for issue with C-ra- consoles' two of which are hooked Chief Clements who hails from ters concerning the management : : t
places where your nets can get tions to troops in combat. One up to, and actually controlled Richmond, Virginia, joined the and policies of the Nursery. "I
t.O&R opener is included in each C- by, pilots in Link trainers located Navy in 1938. He was separated Suggestions are always wel- ,"
PLANNING ration packet The "gadget" remotely' from the CIC room. The from the Naval Service at Jacksonville come. Personnel bearing com- .:*,
After many moons of silence consists of two small pieces of ''''enemy" targets are controlled in ovember.1945 and he tAint should bring them to Mrs. .. \1 )
OAR Planning Group has found steel hinged together weighf rom the problem trainer room became a' 'Jf they are satisfied they <
its voice. We will try to give you ing less than two-fMtbs of an vhere the instructor is stationed TU Jax-v pass'the word to the Jady
"a pews and view of the people you ounce. a t the master VE indicator ed Jn 'Jun t, or. r\, ,
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By Armed Forces" Frees Service
The 1951 football season i is ber meeting at Berkeley between.
California and Washington's Huskies
officially here. When the pro will decide this conference.AllAmericans .

champion Cleveland Browns Hugh McElhennyand o a );,t, +,h o Jtv s ,
.. Don Heinrich threaten Lynn
routed the College All-Stars,

33-0, at Chicago, the opening ship.Waldorf's four-year loop leader

whistle had been blown.Upintheair a r .
situations that always -
punctuate collegiate football Davis Cup team Captain Frank

promise to make this season as Shields has the difficult task of

thrilling as last. In 1950 Array, choosing a team to regain the
'/! Oklahoma and Notre Dame weredefeat world's amateur tennis championship FEr 1 F

ed after- from defending Australia.His .

compilIng job is particularly tough be-
unbeaten cause of the surprising wealth of

- '. streaksof material, almost equal in skill. In
28,31and defeating Mexico, Japan and Can-
39 ada, 5-0, in each of three inter-
games The zone matches, the victors included FIRST GRID ACTION- Despite -
N. C. A. A. Dick Saviit, Tony Trabert, Vic 90 degree-plus temperature
sanity code Seixas, ArtLarsen candidates for the 1951
was tossed Jax Navy Fliers grid squad
i out and Herb Flam, tore into each other with zest
. the single GardnerMulloy in their initial scrimmage last
wing stag- 1''L Ee .P Saturday. At top, halfback
l ed a come Budge Pat- Alike Norman, tries for a gain
ty ,and BillT a bevy of
back.Many bottom kvRalph ,
albert .Y photo,
po- ; II ,
K'tentials S Meld tt Dees hits a stone wall in his:
must find attempt for yardage. The ses
. loom 1951 The in the topquartet S H-' : I sion was staged under actual
to : game conditions, as the referee
optionof beat the in the background keeps an eye
using: on for rule infractions.
New Season tough ales by December ;. : -S ._ -rsTher
frosh may strengthen some rosters S

The TV picture has cleared to When S :
the extent that all schools will

benefit from the N.C.A.A. ruling was Cleveland wal Guide
And the limb-climbers
Frank Shields lowing in
'. predict another banner year of 60- "
fourth place, far behind the hot MAINSIDE
minute weekend dramas to enchant -
Chisox in June, Indian general Thursday, September 13
all fans.* a .eHere's manager Hank Greenberg triedto "Connecticut

peddle outfielder Dale Mitchell, ____._...... Yankee"Bing Crosby
a quick look at the 1951
He failed to get good offer for Friday! September) 14"Teresa"
grid picture of the country by sections a _. ..______ .Pier AngelliSaturday
the .320 lifetime ) hitter. --
( average
: Ready For Action In NATTCente.'sIntramural September 13 *.
East: Pennsylvania is expected A player shortage forced Mitchell Witch"
"Wake of Red
to lead Cornell and Princeton to then back the into Indians the lineup have shot and to since the ____-......-__ __John Wayne
the title. Coach Ed Erdelatz'aNavy
League CompetitionNATTCentei's 16
Sunday September
: comeback ,
topi: s and that of:
team is always a mystery "People Will Talk"_.-Gary Grant
until Army, but Bob Zastrow's Mike Garcia, who 'with Mitchell athletic Monday, September 17
quarter-backing may do it for the took the only pay cuts on the cepted for play which will beginin "Millionaire for Christy".Fred
Middies earlier this year club this year, sparked the club resentatives met last rep"l NATTC in the near future .
..____ _._.___. MacMurray
Midwest: No super-duper team to their longest string of victories day in preparation for Plans were also laid for intra- Tues. & Wed., Sept. 18-19

this season. The top Big 10 team since 1912. forthcoming fall a t hie l c mural golf play, which began ''The Strip" ....-....Mickey Rooney
will be Michigan State, although events Tuesday. Four-man teams will be r rNATTCenter
they can't officially compete until Boxing's bad boy, Rocky Gra- used with two alternates. Schools,
1953. Vic Janowicz expected to' daDo, was in hot water again Present at the meeting were Departments, and Divisions wish I 13
r spark Ohio State again to battle this Summer. Two opponents, Chief AI Brady of ANP) Ship'sCo ing to enter teams in any of the ThurSdaYhseptember
John Karras and Illinois for a Cecil Hudson and Chuck Hunter ., Chief Bryan Barnett of ANP coming athletic events may do so Robert Ryan
Rose Bowl attempt. Notre Dame's who lost to the Rock, were ( ) Students, John Weiser Athletic of AO by checking with the NATTC I -'--Friday, September- 11

worst year since 1933 will be Im- forced to forfeit their purses for School, John Falvey of Athletic and Recreation depart- "Wake of Red Witch"

Q proved upon this season with Jim not doing their best. and Recreation, Nat Craig of AK ment in Building No. 513 (Gym). I ____...._____._ .___. _John Wayne
Mutschteller, Bill Barrett, and School, Leonard Lubinski of AE 1 Saturday, September 15

many lettermen back School, Dr. King of Dental De "Teresa" __._... _._ ._......Pier Angelh
Big Seven: Bobby Reynolds, No Tickets Here partment, Mr. Sonnier of Supply, Ready Pla'nsContinued Sunday, September 16
who scored 157 points for Nebraska Rufus Neely of Commissary, Nat "Raton Pass" --___...Dennis Morgan
in '50, provide K.O. punchto tcGlffen of Personnel, Chief John Mon. & Tues., Sept. 17-18
upset may Oklahoma, conference For Florida TiltsIn Cram of AlrFam and Charles ( from Page 1)) "People Will Talk"_-__Cary Grant
since 1917. White of Training Facilities. to be away from their jobs on Wednesday, September 19
'" Dixie: Tennessee's backfield of answer to the many fans Touch Football BeginsIt days at scheduled hours. "Millionaire for Christy"
Lauricella, Kozar and Reichichar who have called the Jax Air was reported that NATTC employees are urged to __....?...._____...___Fred MacMurray
third straight News offices and other offices, touch football leagues will begin join with the military and volunteer I
year predict
together,national honors for Brig. Gen. there are no tickets availableat play Sept. 17th, with the American their blood to save lives in Horace Garner, 20-year-old'negro
(ret.) Bob Neyland's eleven. Ken- the Naval Air Station for League and National League the battle zones. outfielder, has been voted the
y tucky, with All-American Babe Florida University football winners playing off at the close Every volunteer will fill out a No. 1 rookie of the Northern
Parilll, and Alabama are threatsto games. of the season for the champion- chart giving his entire medical League for 1951 by the league's
the Vols. North Carolina and Since no agency has been ship. history. Blood will not be typed, sports writer
selected to handle ticket salesat r *
but his blood will be
Maryland lead the Southern Conference Twenty teams will entered in pressure
and Andy Gustafson'sMiami the station, personnel must the coming season's bowling playat taken and he will be given hem- The Athletics are Vic Raschi's
obtain their ducats in Jack- determination to When the Yankee
oglobin assure favorite
Teams already
aggregation is the South'stop the NATTC alleys. -
sonville at Donaldson's Inc., been he is in fit condition to give blood. pitcher defeated the A's, 5 to
independent. 216 West Adams Street, or the having practicing "Don't to judge 1, August 18, the win was his
Southwest: Larry Isbell, Bay daily in anticipation of the startof your
Tourist and Convention Bureau -
lor; Byron Townsend, Texas, and building in the league on Sept. 17th."olle'ba.ll own blood condition," Dr. Early sixth straight over the Dykes-.
"Volunteer first, and let men, giving him a lifetime record
Smith Texas A. & M. theconCt'rence' warns.
Bob ; Set
Hemming Park. Or, if they determination. of 20-2 against that club.
make the final
best backs, spark the will be us
prefer, they can write directlyto Volley-Ball entries ac- r *
best teams, too. A. & M.\ looks the University of Floridafor You may be more fit than you
The Phillies broke the longest
the best. .. Steve Gromek of the Indianswas think.
their ducats. civilians in this losing streak they have suffered
Pacific Coast: An early octo- once known as a home run Blood given by
took control
pitcher, but the round-tripper program will in no way deplete since Bob Carpenter
made off him by Al ZarillJtof the blood stores available to them inhe seven years ago when they defeated
Skeetmen Annex National White Sox in the nightcap Aug- blood insurance plan in of-j the Cubs August 21 The
ust 19, was the first he had yielded feet in the area. string had run to eight losses.

I this season.rr. So You Think You Know Baseball! I

Gerald of the Cardinalsis
Class A Telegraphic Meet _
compiling one of the most spectacular By Harry Simmons
relief records of the yearn coming in the actual game at this
Occasionally an umpire, being Red complaint in our
his first ten stints, Staley has point, a
Continuing its superb shoot- been returned the winner without only superhuman, makes a mis hypothetical contest would try
: form, Jax Navy's Skeet Team A run down on individual scoring defeat, seven times take. But can two umpires go the wisdom of a baseball Solo
-.. shows Arthur leading with wrong? Well, two actually did in mon. How would you rule on a
copped the Class A National his fine score of 99x100.. Others a 1951 game up to a point de Red protest
Telegraphic Skeet Meet, Sat- following him were: Gordon scribed in this hypothetical pres- r

..i' urday afternoon at the Naval Teets, 97x100: Tom Burnam, 97x PVT.FATBUATKE'Haven't. entation of a like situation. AnswerUnder

;" Air Station Skeet Club. 100, Gene varner, 96x100, and Let's say the Boston Braves are the circumstances the
The five man team finished 14 Ken Pendergras 95x 100. leading Cincinnati, 5-3, at the ball was dead and Wyrostek.
.'. ahead of its nearest rival, Impressive Mark start of the seventh. John Wyros- could not be put out. (Section
points Phoenix, Ariz., runner-up in the I The addition of the Class A tek, first man to bat for the Reds, 5.lOd, "The ball is dead when
__ meet. The locals declared a score ,Telegraphic Meet to the Georgia slams a double off the left field the umpire" wishes to examine the
,.,.. '" of 484x500, while the Phoenix Open and Servicemen's Championship wall, but in his haste does not ball. )
,., scored 470x500. '; W,' I the East Coast Service- touch first base. For Wyrostek to be put out le.
.- M ?
_: crew The meet was heldl'tQ.lit' ,1JI'd'. I 'J Championship, the Pan- AsV1rostek pulls up a second gaily, play would have to be formally
the of the event terican Five Man Servicemen's the second base umpire calls resumed by having the ball
'; the winner two dubs who ended? pionship, the Great South- lot the' ball and examines it as go to the pitcher, who then step
, .. deadlock In early Au rn Open and Service Cham- le is required to do whenever it onto the rubber' while the plate
a Jax Nay .ips and runners-up in the tits the fence. At that point the umpire calls "play" (Section
walkaway possession gave of th** "A : nal Skeet Championshipsat braves' first besaman shouts for 5.11)). At that point, the first base
outed Arthur HlgU. ; ., 7. ; Dallas, Texas, leaves an he; ball, and the ump tosses it to man may properly ask for the
The shoot also decidedfor n essive mark in the record lim. The baseman steps on first ball and appeal for Wyrostek to
for the crack Jax Navy and appeals to the umpire at firstto be declared out.
' the championship I "j- +M.'d aa cs : declare Wyrostek out. That (Reprinted by special permw.*

.. dividual hers of tbe honors loc 1'amen tea :r.ii, n open meet to all comers, to man in blue, having noticed Wyostek's sion of The Saturday Evening F;
aboard NAS is scheduled you ever seen a dog omission, obliges. Post. Copyright 1951 by the Cut

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,'i H ,< GCA Unit 17 -
.rN4c a/t .*.nlll.) tom',. \. \ .

:C1"ItJ"WjlQlt" tf 4'Mseys.-Zyex1+v'tZeK7i .t>',r I +';< 1fVt \ + l >M'fritlf. i'f1CN l+Eft1i2G1-'t)' ,>: ;.,} To Put Control
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o "SHjklE t\ \ Tt VN* v** >*-w n* f s\ m s
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i" : 1 OQp.1, i G r o u n d Control ApproachUnit
s ;'r:0":: $ rvROsr4 ttEYER+) ')J/ P' Y 'N N Af1l'f3Oi3Y ktJbvhd WAN No. 17 is currently in the

:. process of putting the control
tower at Lee Field back in lim
\. j (i) 1 / Sj :, /' ited vealed.operation, it has been rev ..

It is presently planned that :

several, Jacksonville squadrons 1
-?_. a.,,.., +,.. +.rlM.ne ".q..w. .-i. willoperate at Lee Field
(Green Cove Springs) during
the daytime from about the
middle of September to the

middle of July 1952 while run '. ..
;; rI ways at Mainside and Cecil
c; fl ; ii Field are undergoing repairs.Air .
controlmen from GCA 17
will man the tower when it is
in operation.For .
( I the past several weeks '.

L I U9 } t Q. ALA t 5AW WAS, night VF-41 touch-and-go has been landings conducting at

'... ... i 'tRV4 11 UP". Lee Field with the unit con
S Hg IIDt7t7t4tGNT ducting controlling from the
K dog house atop the spare parts
truck When power is run into
I the tower operations will be
shifted from the dog house to
the control tower.

Leldon H. Lockhart ACI and .
John L. Lou mans!' Ad, have
1Nt? AIL CARlNS' Iiu5t Et3HStN A QUIET DAY just recently been transferredfrom
N NA5 TA SA f' t5, OAT i nfEti l the unit to GCA in Adak, '
t't $t1RQY A HA1RCUT Alaska. .

BARBER SHOP Cub Scouts Meet-

y Cub Stout Pack No. 131 of
to i
.. '., NAS will hold a business-oigani-
j t j zatlon meeting Monday, Sept 17
at 1930 in the South Wing of the
Student Officers' Auditorium,
;'Big Cnr/ocm"/ Drawn Building No. 612. Parents of boys
VF-41 Fasion 9, VF-671 Fasron 109, VP-741 VC-62 Report I aged 8.11 years are welcome. '

By Sgl. George Cribl,
duty with the Coast Guard, Don ...
Jacksonville Area Squadrons The 4-column feature car Watson, AT3; Bob Daniel, AA;
Scouting toon, or as most readers referto and John Rockenback, AA, have _
it, "the big cartoon" which returned to duty with the squad

has appeared in the past sev ron.
J-.41 .
'Fasron 9 > deck at night. eral issues of the Jax Air .
Officers and men of VF-4 1 : Wednexday, Sept 5, marked another I| S News is drawn by M/Sgt. A squadron bowling team un- -

grieved last week at th,e milestone in the progress cf I| Jesse Morales, ABS, checked in George F. Cribb, an instructor: der the leadership of Florida State
were Fasron 9 as its publicity de- from leave last week and expressed at NATTCenter.The Bowling Champion of 1950, LI.
tragic death of Lt. (jg) DOJ I paitment inaugurated a weekly! considerable surprise that cartoon, which has "Buzz" Gamache, is now in the

Tate as a result of a mid-ai nr television show over the local TV the outfit hadn't "folded" while he drawn widespread comment, process of warming up for the
station. was gone He was finally convinced is just a hobby of his, so says station league.
collision. Plans are in the making to keep that, while it might be a Cribb. Attached to the Marine Due to the change in policy of

Lt. t ijg) Tate had been in th months befon e talent and material supplied by by while he was away. he is an instructor in Lay Wilson. ADC, is rotating i duty
squadron only two accident; whicl h personnel of the squadron. The Richard Dettman, AMI, has set out at the Airman Preparatory with Paul Virostek, ADC. Wil-
the unfortunate which went himself up 'in the baby setting School son' will\ become assistant main-
premier performance,
claimed his life, having tecentljictumed e on the air at 1445 September 5 business although he admits I that A native of St. Petersburg, tenance chief while Virostek will
to from reserv<<
duty in a McKees,. was termed very successful ins his activities ale curtailed a bit Fla., Cribb has been drawing be night check crew. '.
status. His home was spite of the fact that four minutes In that his wife just definitely "as long as he can remember. New men -aiding the ordnance
port, Pa. and he is survived by ok of their time was cut due to won't let him set with any girls He welcomes any and all ideas division in its pioblems are Al
wife Dorothy and two-months the overtime broadcast of the over 12 years of age. for the cartoon, which more or Wolansky. MNSA, just out of
daughter.In Peace Conference from San Fran I Sulo E. Savea! AOC and Milford I less depicts lifj aboard the Mine Warfare School, and Her b ,
the same accident Lt. I ijgl I. cisco. I F. Crews, AO1, have returned I station. Taylor, AOC, from the Naval HOI
Charlie Moore became a mem'oeiof ; While material used on the program I I to the squadron from TAD with I pital. Hugh Bodey, AA, an Ohio
the exclusive "Caterpillar\ Club'by I will basically originate in I. FASRon 6 and\ Mainside. Fasion 109 I lad who has just repoited aboard

making a successful' para' the squadron one of the fundamental A unique convenience has been from NATTC, has been assignedto
chute jump. [ I Althougfc the Fasron 109 volleyball I the material division. Johnny
purposes of the show Is toe added for the use of married men. '
Herb I.andessJo six scored a total of 41 pointsto Prichard and Vincent Rieben, both
Lt. jgs) present the Navy in general to the Anticipating the opening of the
Thorns and Ralph Ashbiidge have, residents of the area. I commissary store In the near fu- their opponents 35, the O & R I' ATANs, have breezed in for duty
joined the squadron in the last From the "Scooping the Snoop" ture, arrangements have been net t e r s swept the three-game from FA E T U LAN T with the ..
and Don Jim, Morin match two games to one. AH latest word on electronics
month Hegrat column of the made to install a deep freeze locker
and Merle Rice, all Lt. (jgs), squadron's weeklynews in the squadron's Stores Shopso three were well played games I The stork presented on 5 Sept.,
letter the thatMelvin
In Pensacola where they comes news with scores of 15.13, 5-15 and 15- 1951, a 6-pound, 13-ounce: baby
are now that marrIed| men will be able
J. Dalton AN
has at last
13 O & R I
triumphing. YNT2
to Leon and
instructors f in girl Stalling
will serve as flight become to do the shopping and then store
a and that
the Basic Training Command, flyIng I proud papa their meat and other frozen food 'The hustling Fasron team is | wife Amy. It is their second. 1
W I 11 I mer O. Fulford, AMC, will captained by James C. Herndon, .
those "hot" SNJs. I soon Join Dalton in pacing:\ the purchases until time to secure in I ADC, and sparked by Cecil W. I .62. ,

Bill Bennett is now sporting the evening. .. r .. Holifield. AE3 and Robert G. I
some shiny new "railroad tracks"since Hudson, -ADI, I Four enlisted men of VC-62 re-
making Lt., and Lt. (jg) 1 VF-671 I An up and coming young crooner c ived Good Conduct awatda during M ...
"Doc" Mossburg has returned Almost 400 carrier landings who has been heard at some of captain's inspection ceremonies
from :Maintenance Officers' Schoolat I last Friday at Cecil Field.
the beach establishments, Is John
made aboard the USS Tarawa
were -
Memphis, where It seems he W. Payne, AD2, now TAD to Fas Comdr. Leroy W. Keith, commanding
missed flying Corsairs judging (I recently by pilots of VF-671, I ron from -VP-741. All repoits that officer, assisted by Lciir,
from the way he's been "I Sng" hops. kind. and Lt. John H. Capistran, person
I of any All squadron he has considerable talent. I
e nel officer, pinned the medals on
Returned from much
pilots made the required number,J a enjoyed
In the new fathers' departmentthe seven days leave with his parentsin j the deserving men.
squadron has Lt. (jg) Al Han- IX.H of landings to qualify. 'I Lebanon, Penn, is' William R. I Francis L. Bazinet, PR1; Lawrence
sen and Jake Kimberl. ADC. The H w I' The success of the pilots aboard I Brossman, SA He reports the W. M9ian, P1U: ; Donald S. .
Hansens have named their daughter H f f3 ship was in part attributed'to the weather much cooler in Pennsyl- Anderson, AD3; and Donald I..
Karen Esther and the new arrival i excellWit work of the engineering \anla. Could be! Brooks, AD., received the awards.
in the Kimbeil household is VF department performed in weeks A hearty welcome aboard has This is the third time Bazinet has
:Michael Clyde. a of prior preparation for the carrier been extended to Roy H. Soberly, been presented with the Good Con
From NAS, Paxtuxent comes qualifications. depart ADC, and Linwood J. Giay PR3. duct award.
ment kept all planes at a high The presentations were preceded
Judge 1''ightmanADC, who will Chief Suberly has just completed I
assume duties of maintenance percentage of availability so the a tour of duty at the Naval Air by an Inspection of the squadron
chief pilots had an opportunity to materially Station, Coco Solo, while Guy I personnel, who were attired
increase their field carrier I in whites. Comdr. Keith had a
Evidently all the Chief Petty I comes from duty with VF-61, a ,
proficiency. word of commendation for
Officers of the squadron are eagerto jet squadron from North Carolina special ..
Enrollment of
squadion person. the appeal ance of the unit's chief t
improve themselves and their nel in USAFI is "' '
courses booming.
petty officers
Melvin H. Olson, A02, has returned
worth to the Navy, since a1of\
Thirty officers and men signed up One of the busiest days in the
enrolled\ for I from a recent and success
them presently
are for an organized class in spoken history i of VC-62 was recorded .
from the Naval Corres- ful course of instruction at the
courses French, and many others have en August ;31, 1951, when squadron \
< Lockheed
of Burbank .
pondence Course Center. rolled for other I Aircraft Corp., ..
correspondencecourses. Calif. pilots made 70 qualifying land I '
At a recent Commanding Offi I I i .* o I II ings aboard the USS Tarawa
cer's Inspection, the following men As a result of recent examinations while participating In carrier qualifications
received Navy. Good Conduct Med- t twenty men have been advanced VP741A ; and two detachments
als: Bob Davis, YN3; Ken Ord- to Airman. Sporting the I report stating that 100% of departed, for tours of sea duty
way, AD2; Don Miller, AD2; Stan .rry new third stripe of Airman are: the squadron officers are enrolled t .
Jochim, AM3; John Trembly, AOC Wiley J. Casey, Rufus O. Dyer, in Naval correspondence courses Comdr. Leroy W, Keith, squadron
(third award) ; Johnnie Lucas .. Warren S. Jackson Donald W. and- that 79.8% of the .enlisted J ,klpp r; and Lcdr. Roy B:
SDT; Dave Southwick, AD3, and r Leslie, John R. Netherland, FredR. men are enrolled in colleges Of De1'executive, officer, led the
Jack Gooding, AE2. Post, and Hoke S. Wilkins, Jr USAFI correspondence courrai Qtp rtng the qualification pro
Advanced to AN rates recentlywere Those advanced to ADAN were: has been given out by the squad? g1r. '"QnehQf ...
: Dwight Hester, Gene Coffee r Paul J. Alarie, Donald D Click, ron education officer, Lt. Ed. BjHK. ,+the detachments whichembftrked'Vpon

Earl LeGate, Bill Bridges, COW GIRL CUTIE-This LI'; I Francis W. Hanis, Robert J, ranger JIedr $ a tour of sea duty
Don Hall, Tim Purcell and Hank Gal could start a stampede to Hochkins, Robert Z; Layton, John Briggs has retutii & i is'headed"by Lcdr. Newell F. ON'
Prager. Joe Stachowiak was ad- put an end to (that timeworn James F, McGee, Robert E. Mes- from temporary duty aboard 'tS lion includes Lt. Frank .J.
vanced to SN. phrase, "they went thata way.. ser, Robert M. Nevins, Donald'T. I USS Corporal, a fleet type aab-< (Jg) Arthur F. Conde,
Last but not least of the uuad- She's Carol Braun, 18, from Potter and Paul F, Truedelle. Rob- mersible, with the firm com lct1t .A schaeffer, AMC; WHleTson -
yon news, and wonder of all won- Portland Ore. She'll appear in ert F. Cosgrove and Ralph I E. I that land. baaed multi enilne( ;, AFC; John F.t .
fan} Ut. (jg) John Wachtel 1 has the World's<< Championship Rodeo Pfaltzgraf were advanced to squadrons are choice duty. 1":7'I :'
;jw st returned iicra ltaand iseZ4H at Madison Square Garden AMAN and Harold A. McLeod I After staying for what Ur'
sing I h. (this fall. made BAN., considered an "adequate" .

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13 September 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five
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'Cifv' fools Observers ri H


Unique Course Aids PilotsIn .t I II

I A dance is on tap Saturday
night at the Club with the NATrI .
I Center PIO band providing music
Improving Night Vision ,

willA general assembly meeting

.. Of inestimable value to Navy pilots in the Jacksonvillearea .k I The be Board held of Monday Governors the 24th.will f

is a specialized course which teaches airmen how tc meet at 1100-the general assembly
use their eyes more effectively at night. wY will beheld as usual at 2000. ,
_... .
This curriculum comes under -- ----- I An election of President and
a program known as Night Vision are shown a motion" picture three Board of Governors'will beheld
Training, one-.of the "important pointing out the importance of $" ? : waM at this important meeting.
phases of the general night vision. All chiefs are urged to attend.
'.. .. field of aviation physiology. During the film, the students'' Friday night's bingo game will
eyes begin to adapt to the dark. have the
Classes on the program are same jackpot as last
held aboard the Naval Air Station ness. After the movie, the instructor week, Fifty numbers will be call
Jacksonville as indoctrin- explains the seeing I ed this time. The usual tea dance
ational and refresher courses mechanism and directs attention { will be held on Sunday.
'. for pilots and aircrewmen. to silhouettes cast on a t f Big plans for the crowning of
large white screen by an extremely the Miss Jax Navy Chief's Club
Until May, the only qualified dim light. The imagesare are still in the making. Steve
instructor this field aboardthe
barely visible.As r' I Stephenson, Club president, announced
station was Lt. Glenna L..Cahill. 4
the fliers become "dark
today that the club otfl-
officer-in-charge of the adapted," they can distinguish cials were submitting the plan
} Unit. >
However outlines of buildings and the in a letter to the officials. Result
for the past three shadow of aircraft
an crossing I will be announced later.
months, the program has been i the screen. The device used in .
given renewed impetus by the this phase of the is
program -
addition of Pharmacist George known as the Evelyn' Trainer,
A. Sanford to the' teaching developed by the prominent } ,
staff. Sanford who is regardedas RCAF scientist for whom it was ,
one of the lavy's'experienc- named. .. '
s sA sii'
ed night vision instructors, is .

attached to f'ir.Group SNIGIIT' Eight. ALSO INCLUDED in the #s
two-dimensional training unit 4
VISION Training, as I are two cockpit mockups, each of al
Lt. Cahill described it, enablesan with half the windshield clean
individual "to achieve max- and smooth, the other scratched

imum visual proficiency" with and dirty. These cockpitsface l 's''
minimum illumination. the screen, and the silhouettes
In other words the course are viewed through the xI '
teaches the pilot to stay a jump windshield while various typesof
ahead of his own eyes. cockpit lighting are turnedon.
Moreover, the pilot attending The darker the cockpit the
... the Night Vision classes learns better is outside visibility
that acquiring effective night Upon the completion of these
.. vision takes time studies, both students and in-
The reason for this is simple. i j structor don Carson red goggles
Certain chemical changes must which are designed to
take place in the eyes before I preserve a high degree of dark
the eyes become accustomed to ] adaptation while the airmen a ,. J
seeing at night. At least 30 |11 walk outside to proceed to the ,5 "wrr
minutes are required to attain | training building.
maximum benefits. From an eight-foot high loft,
Once dark adaptation has I the students practice the principals
of efficient night vision
been attained the eye is ap-
proximately 100,000 times more by studying a miniature city
laid out on the deck below. It
sensitive than it is in broad ';
daylight '. is built to scale so that the stu
i dents get nearly the same impression
AN ANALOGY of demonstration i of a city as they would
flying at an altitude of 5,000
would be
a person entering i -
'.. a. theater from a sunny feet. *
street during the afternoon. Invariably I| t
the individual is un- ;
square feet, the citY is modeled -
able to see clearly in the darkened >
auditorium. He stumbles after a typical seacoast port, PILOT SPOTS TARGET-Although the set up at the Night Vision course is not exactly like this,
I to a seat as a result. About 10 I complete with, ships and break- the picture of the pilot looking down at the illuminated miniature city, better illustrates the idea.
minutes later, the person is ; water. A canal spanned by As required by the night vision course, the pilot, in this case, Lt. Walter Maddox of VP-742, attempts I
able to observe people and objects ;l bridges separates the metropolitan to recognize certain targets in the city under darkened conditions, from a platform eight

> in the theater. | residential district area.from Agitated a smaller water I feet high. .

But perhaps the biggest "secret" is used to simulate wave the teamwork I ly because the experienced air NAAS Cecil Field, and NAAS
of good night vision is motion, and an industrial sec tween the brain and men (aviators and crewmen) Sanford. A flexible programhas
keeping the eyes in motion. I tion fronts the sea and canal, Very little can be of the fleet add to the overall been set up tailored to fit
.. Navy doctors say this should while skyscrapers project from the room when the I value of this refresher type the needs of any unit request
be done by moving the head the center of the training.
city. light illumination training by commenting on ing
and eyes from left to right or There are no lights on in the Only a vague their own personal experiences.The Approximately one fourth of
up and down jumps, : room except those which cast marcation between I Night Vision Unit is a the naval aviators in the Jack.
rather than just sweeping an the varied illumination levels land can be especial'i function of the Medical Depart sonville area already have taken
.. .. entire area. over the city. These range from i, brilliant moonlight, ment, headed by Capt. Julius C. advantage of the training
None of the night vision dull starlight through overcaststo the full landfall Early, the Naval Air Station's offered.
classes are held in actual brilliant moonlight. Flares distinguishable. Medical Officer. .
flight. Instead, unique train and searchlights are included. The entire aviation physiology
. ing aids have been developed The instructor then explainsthe DURING THE entire unit is designed as a serv- Destroyer Escort
'e to "ground *train". .pilots. relation of good night visual ah atmosphere of ice organization for NAS Jax,
habits to visibility and of I cussion is maintained, Fleet Air Jax, NAF Glynco.
THE NIGHT VISION train- Unit deactivated
ing unit at NAS is housed in
two especially designed, light-
proof frame buildings situated in Jax CeremoniesDestroyer
on Wasp Street, at the rear of
the Infirmary. The smaller Escort Squadron 14,
structure is used to enable the composed of six veteran World
. student to prove to himslef Kr 2 f fL War II vessels, recently reactivated -
how his eyes function in low at (Screen Cove Springs, was
illumination. commissioned in a ceremony

As a class,, students enter *t aboard the flagship, USS Huse
this unit through a baffled, t (DE145) at Gibbs Shipyard Tues-
light-proof passageway to a day morning.
black-painted lecture room kTI1 p Present at the ceremony was
Here, after being seated, they ab bi z ? Mr J. E. KaVanaugh, chairman
0.-------- > ih \ of the Naval Affairs Committeein
Scouting Squadrons +ep.w Jacksonville and several high

: (Continued from Page 4) ranking naval officers, including
.. James M. Hite, AMI; Curtis Llg. D. Turner Day, commanding officer
. gins SD2; Charles B. Pitney of NAS Jax, Capt. Lester K.
ADI; Thomas M. Queiico, A A, Rice, commanding officer of NAT-
Leroy C. Schulte, AD3; Donald J. TC and Capt. W. D. Brown, commanding
officer of the Florida
\. Shea, AA; Edward M, Smith,
," AE3; Kenneth D. Sollars, AE3; '', .,- Group Atlantic Reserve Fleet.
ATAN Donald ::3 I McGillis: CommandsIn
Edward J. Sullivan ; :Alc'R' tKatw A( tpo, Ja:{ ,
F. Teator, AN: Ramon Uli- taking command of the'
barrl, AF3; and Alfred H Young t-- squadron Comdr. John F. Mc-
AF2. | Gillis stated that, "I can think
Lt. Richard C. Bridges is in of no greater privilege given
charge of the other detachment I to an officer of the Navy, thanthe
which is comprised of Lt. F. D. I appointment given me to
Fitzgibbon, Lt. (Jg) Robert A. command Escort Squadron 14."
Holmes III; Thomas A. Fanger, t Included in the squadron is the'
, ALC; George R. Crago, AD3; Robert USS Blair (DE147), which is now
J; Fontaine. AN; Robert W. being activated at Green Cove'
,-' Fralix ,ADS:!; Dana W. Nelson, Springs, the USS Brough (DE.. ,\
ADI; Mortimer Perdomo, AEM3; ,I 148) which 'was commissionedlast ."
V. Santo JUcci, AKAN; James M. week at Green Cove, the'USS ,
Rushing, AD2; Lawton .A, Simmons I Snowden (DE246)) and the USS
AA; Thomas H. "Cactus" Crow (DE252)) are now operating .},
Stalling!, AF3; Jack L Thomas, MINIATURE CITY IN CLEAR VIEW-The miniature community is built to scale so as to give I i;at sea and the USS Sturtevant
AN; Edward Tras ViII, AN: Daniel student pilots nearly 'the same impression of the city at an altitude of 5,000 feet. Varied illumina-i((DE239) which is undergoing
Webster, AF2; and Luke R. Wells lion levels-from starlight to moonlight-are cast over the city, for training purples. The city here i routine repairs at Merrill-Stevu
AOL is as it appears in daylight. i i Shipyard.

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'Six Bits'Something o Need for Blood Dialogue

a little new in Fas. THE "FREE INSURANCE" W On TV ProgramTwenty ("Station Dialogue" providesan

ron 6 ordnance work has been ; opportunity for military and

undertaken with the openingthe of students and Ship of NAS to voice
c civilian personnel
aerial mine shop. This phase, company personnel of the Naval
which was authorized by I the Air Technical Training Center their opinion on a question put

Chief of Naval Operations, 1 has were audience participants on the to them by a Jax Air News reporter

taken several months to set up. : (Editor's Note: To clarify an r questions which station pel'sonnel WMBR-TV Jacksonville Matln< ). -.. T
With a secondary mission to might have concerning the free :im mrance they are entitled to, under program Tuesday. o *

serve as a refresher school i for the provisions of Public Law 23, tl he Jax Air News offers today the The program time, given by lhe Today's question is: "Who '

graduates of the Naval School of final in a series of comprehensive questions and answers analyzing station as a public service, was would you like to have as next"
Mine Warfare at Yorktown, Pa.. all aspects of the Act. Taken fro]n Armed Forces Talk 376, the see utilized to Emphasize the Armed President of the. .U. S. and why?

the mine shop has already corpletcd ries covers the Free Insurance :La w completely and it is suggested Forces Blood Drive now underwa -

one of the many ache that servicemen clip and save the articles as handy references whe throughout the nation. James M.: Meadores, ADAN,
uled two week classes. Ordnanc queries arise regarding what beneJ; fits are to be derived from Public] C rash nn/J. l IPIrw:ueJ TTni uu.-

men from Fasron 9 at Cecil Field Law 23). "Dwight D. Eisenhower .,
the theme of.the
made up the first student body. ? "Service Blood for Servicemen program,," ;.' is my
Is Permanent'
is in If PolicyIf .
Although no class pro, the service audience became cog_ choice For

ress at present, a new one .1S nizant of the fact that due to the I with the worldin
scheduled to open on 17 September Your Policy Is A Fermanen life or a 20-year endowment pol] International situation, it was er- I
with Fasron 109 personnel Type cy, the 20 years will still be figured tlrely possible that blood donate its present .' .
listed as students.In There are two ways of getting from the original date on in Jacksonville might be returne condition w a

charge of the operations is your permanent coverage back; the policy, just as if you had never to them In Korea. need'a militaryman
Daniel J. Morris. Fable after are separated from surrendered it.
CHGUN you a'"t the
it "I'r
As one Eluejacket put ,
Lowell ]M. replace the policy -
assistants are Gautl service-you can it. it be to advantage glad to give blood here, but if it.s head of the
Pennell, MNC; Paul G. or you can reinstate Q. When would my .
ier, AOC, and Adolph Herman, Q. What is the difference be to do this? Okay with everyone I Meadores government.General .
I'd just as soon not get it bacl
A01. tween the two waysA. A. If your beneficiary is eligible Eisenhower is a military
If simply want to re to receive free indemnity, and< However, It's a good feeling to worthiness
occasional you his
Although things man who has proven -
know that if I do need it, it will:
get a little slack in some of the place your permanent policy, nc if the cash value of your permanent be avail blt'." of leadership.

squadron shops, the personnel office : back payments will be required policy is substantial, you 4 Lt. (jg) Donald H. Keith, VA-
doesn't often fall idle. Wit of you. You would not get the may find that cash surrender ito is; The outlined the entlr 859:
the routine work necessary for same policy back, but a new one your beneficiary's advantage if program vvv."I would like
blood donations. Ai
drive for
would be while in service.Q. .
the regular squadron administration like it. The premiums you should die !
nil-Important need for fighting to RobertA.
work, legal tasks and the higher because you would be older What are the disadvantage: ; see "
miscellaneous details that always; at the time of starting the of cash surrendering? forces and the in tremendous Korea was emphasized amounts ot, Taft as next

including the transfer policy.But. A. The greatest danger is that President. We
crop up that would be needed incase ;
into and if' you decide to reinstate be tempted to spend the< plasma .
of more than 1,000 men you may of atomic attacks was also. need a chang .
out of the outfit since the first s of pour old permanent policy, you money you get back, instead of discussed in administration
1951, the personnel crew keep will have to pay back the cash saving it to buy back the policy
This is the first In a series of
received from it, plus an and a
you Otherwise the disadvantages are
creditably busy.. amount by which its value would the same as those which make planned series of Television and.. >+F w sharpening up
I Idrive.
lave increased if you had been favorable radio programs to boost the blood .. *'
Two reserves called back to active tree indemnity less of li die; .
Date of the next TV show po
Joe "Quills" Lefrancoi; seeping up payments.For han NSLI in any other case KeithMary
YNT3 duty, and, Loren Edmonsor, instance, if :you cash-sur- That is, you will not have free will be announced later. I F. Belarde, ,SA, MAA at 11

PNA2 take care of all the necessary : ender a 20-pay life policy on choice as to beneficiary and asto NATTC. Wave Barracks: .
work of checking the men i in vhich you have been paying for ; method of payment.Q. ran provision reinstate only the by having total disability a medIcal r r TT" .-.l1iiU-.1....__,,, c' T....'u...

and out of the squadron and also 10 years, you can either (1) replace Is there a special form for examination and showing tha is I
its cash man a goodman
it without repaying
keep the daily diary. ash:: surrender? health is up to the standarc .
John Manchino, PN1, and Bil: value, in which case you would A. Wherever possible, you your set by the Administrator of Veterans and I ap-
have to pay on the new policyor should VA Form 9-1546 to ,
for use
Fielder generally, YN2.keeping are the responsible office functioning :- the fulll period; of 20 years, at surrender an NSLI policy and VA'orm Affairs.S SS a.i prove of his: -- '-,

... and take care of corre higher premiums for your attained 9-849 to surrender a USGLI] Q. What happens to such a provision administratio n
(2)) reinstate it by repaying -
or not
details. age, >olicy. If these forms are
and special if I waive premiums durIng -
spondence it nowstands.
its cash value, in which available write a clear request as
Donald A. Gibeaut, PNSN, wh< ase the dates and premium rates Just that you want to my active duty? ."
at [ A. If want the provision -
recently completed a course for your original age under the No. you
urrender Policy
the School of Naval Justice, and old policy would still hold, and and' all claims thereunder." Forward -- to continue you must continue Fr Miller, vending machine.
AA take care of laving that part of the premium I I.,
Jack G. Rogers, you would only have to pay for it to the Veterans Adminis- serviceman:
Otherwise the provision lapses
the legal work. he number of years left on the ration. "General Eisenhower
Richard C. Patton, SN, mai riginal 20-year period. 55 luring- any period in which you is the>

yeoman, and Ted Nixon, PN3, A note of warning, however Q.lust I enclose anything ire covered by the free indemnty I
and be reinstated only We needa
who is now enjoying a rest at if you are thinking about rein.- with the written request? may man.
the hospital, make up the res statement, you had better notpend A. Of course you must send by having a medical examina- I military man I
of the regular crew. the money you get from the policy itself, or a statement ion.Further in these times
Lt. (jg) Albert E. Johnston is: the cash surrender, or you won't to the effect that it is lost ornot Problems '1 who can speak

squadron personnel officer. have it to reinstate the policy readily available. If your In many cases, other questions : the same lan

rith after your. .discharge.. premiums have been paid by allotment will arise on which you will have' .guage as the
"TAD" Assignment to other: from your pay, you must to get individual answers. If your Communist rulers .
Naval units are not unusual for: Q. Just how does the cashsurenderandreinstatement Iso enclose a statement by your unit has no insurance officer who and use aMiller

Navy personnel to receive but scheme nance or disbursing officer as can get the information you want, firm hand
when the orders read to the Brit fork? allows: "I certify that the allotment go; to your personnel or finance which is needed..
ish Navy, the picture takes on arur A. If you enter the service which commenced (date) officer (Army and Air Force) or I Albert L. Seagle, SA, Personnel II .

>" ual aspect. Robert Hamilton, while you have a permanent policy in the amount of (amount) for your supply officer (Navy). They Office:
AK3, who is now serving his second in effect, or if you are alreadyi ayment of premiums on this insurance nil have copies of the instructions "General Eisenhower I
hitch of nautical life and has service with such a policy, and has been discontinued asof and advisory material that is the '

been selected as "White Hat ol ecide to surrender your policy (month and year)." have been issued since Public most capable ..
the Week," had the experience for cash and let free indemnity Law 23 was passed.

during the last war. rotect you, here are the steps to Contains Total Be sure you know what you man availableto
Hamilton's tour of duty with ike-(1) surrender your policy Policy are doing before you act. run the

England lasted a bit more than for its cash value; Usability) Income Terms I INew country as it
six months and was served on the (2) when you receive the money should be in its .f t ..
I1MS Capetown, a cruiser. Although put it in U. S. Savings Bonds Some USGLI and NSLI policies Library To
Bob enjoyed working or some other reliable form of contain a provision which present condi

with them and cherishes that as savings; ((3)) add to your savings, will pay the insured a fixed income tion."

signment, he finds he much pre very month, an amount equal in case he should be totally Open) At CenterOpen Arnold seagie L. McLain. BM3, Police ..
service for to that part of your former premiums -
fers his own country's isabled. and Fire Division: "Harry S. Tru-
several reasons. which represent the savings Q. Does the free indemnity for the use of all person- man has been in longer than anyone

Soon after returning to the or reserve (not the pure insurance contain any such clause? nells NATTCenter's new library, else and in my opinion he i*

states, Bob mustered up enough risk); A. No. which is located in the north end best qualified to continue in the
(4) when you are separated Center's Auditorium. It Isopen "
and of the
take his discharge
courage to from service the total of your Q. What happens if I cash-sur- job.
When had from 1300 to 1700 and from AOC NATTC:
try civilian life. a year surrender value render which contains a I Itotal Harold Sybrant, ,
ived-up cash a policy
reenlistedas BOO to 2100 daily. is the only
gone by, though he General Eisenhower
? I
an Airman and was sent to plus your monthly additions disability surrender provision the total disability At present books in the library man who has been mentioned for
the amount A. You
Field. should roughly equal be read only on the premies. is of high enough
VF-171 at Cecil the time lay the job who a ..
need to reinstate your original provision at same from
you No books can be taken calibre to be President.
him to the policy. When you pay this to You can revive your policy upon the library. However, Lt. Fred Leonard Seymour, AA, Station
Orders assigning NSLI or USGLI, you will get your ..leaving; the service without a larconi; NATTC athletic officer, "Harry Truman is a
USS Leyte enabled the young If it is 20-pay I medical examination, but your Library;
"White Hat" to tuck cruises to old policy again. a hopes to make it possible for good man and all he needs is a
Mediterranean and Ko- books to be checked out on a daily little co-operation. You can't
both the
rean theatres of operations under -- and weekly basis in the near judge a mule because he ran one

his belt. During the "Med" cruise : future.In bad race."
Bob participated in basketball charge of the new libraryis Haydn Hughes, employee Sup-
competition with the Leyte team Mrs. Iona Nelson, former Sixth ply and Fiscal: "I believe General .
various quintets from the Naval District librarian. She ex M Arthur is the man.> He
against pressed hope that all NATTC code and will
has a high
continent The Leyte crew came ...
will get acquainted '
off victorious in most of the tilts. personnel better conditions in Washington '
with the new library. extent..
to a great
firmly convinced of the
Now Sallie Clark, DKI, Disbursing:
merits of Navy life and' an advo- Vital RoleContinued "General Eisenhower has the tact
cate of stayingin for 30, Ham- ability needed to
and diplomatic
ilton first enlisted in the Navyin ( from rage 1) handle the situation as it appears ,," ...
1943 while still a student at f ? i the graduate instructors that their "
to be today.
Kingston High School at King-' personal conduct would directly Charles Lee ADC, O & R.: "I
ston, N. Y. Avt j reflect in the conduct of students. pick General MacArthur. lie has

After being thoroughly indoc- Appearance and military bearingwere the experience, ability and horse
trinated in the life'of a "Man-O- 1xAfP3 also discussed. It was emphasized ,
Wars-Man" at NRTC, Sampson, -; } to the instructors that sense ..

N.Y., the young sailor was assigned military courtesy they extend to

to duty at the Philadelphia their superior officers would likewise RecountContinued
Navy Yards where he claims to be extended to them from

have chipped several hundred the students. ( from Page 1) l

acres of paint from the sides of "Final test of your ability as checked it was revealed that Lt.
will be determinedby
ships. an instructor
indeed put his rockets
Next came a tour as ground the reports that the training Caulkett had
crewman on blimps at Lakehurst: command receive from the Fleeton into the circle enough timed

N. J. That turn was terminated the student; Captain Rice to win another of the hard earned

when Bob was assigned to an amphibious DOUGHBOY GETS ARMOR New 20-ton troop carrier said. letters.
force and transferredwith In an added note of confidence makes 4 "E's"
to front lines this
infantrymen Actually
above is able move
His T18E1, shown ,
it to Plymouth, Rice concluded, "I have
with tanks and give protection from small arms fire. The vehicle, Captain that Lt. Caulkett holds, for the
I1MS Cape
TAD orders to the confidence that the reports
town came a few short months armed with a 50 calibre machine gun, rides at 35-mph on an air- every will be good." original rocket "E" Is still active.

later. cooled engine.

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' Infra-Mural Golf II Who Were 'Wandering Nomads?' I''Tough Scrimmoges On

. : To ..
;i ", Competition "Seek and'ye shall find"- single season What year was
seemed to be everyone's it established and how many
o 30 thought last week as hordesof were hit? Agendo For Gridders.
Begin Sept. answers to last week's Jax The New York Giants established .
Air News Sports Quiz poured the record in 1947
nt .' '., With the completion of all into the offices. when they hit 221 homers. The sound of flesh meeting head-on with flesh amid the

I rules governing play and But, there are only two This week's question is: reverberations heard at the southeast end of the station was
; drawing of the schedule of prizes available, and these "What football team was
r up decided not the result of the hurricane scare-it was the 1951 edi-
were a few called the "Wandering Nomads -
he competition for the American minutes after the opening and why?" tion of the Jax Navy's football machine clashing in its first' :.

18 League, the 1951 Intra-Mural gong. First prize winner wins a scrimmage.

'1t. golf tourney will get underpay Ervin S. Barnes YN3 of $2.00 credit coupon good on The first scrimmage was staged
September 20. NARTU and Bill Williams, any purchase at the Navy Exchange at Mason Field, Saturday, under son's 55-0:: walkaway last year according ,
ry YN2 also of NARTU were first while the second win- actual game conditions In hopesof to observers.It .
ii. Three leagues will compose and second respectively .with ner gets a chit for a free mealat forming a formidable unit to is hoped the locals will round
this season's Jax Navy Intra-Mu- the correct to last the civilian cafeteria. into and Jax
answer throw against Stetson in the Fli- shape bring Navy Its ,;\
\, J al golf program-the AmericanI..eague. week's query "What team Remember, no answers will ers' curtain raiser here September most successful season in several
composed of the various holds the major league record be accepted prior to 0900 Fri -29"Much years. '"
I t Q NAS units, the National League, for the most home runs in a day. Open Against Stetson
m 0 conditioning Is
composed of the Fleet units and
From what could be
'rt. the NATTCenter Service School needed before the locals will be seen {lSaturday's
xt which will be made able to take to the gridiron in session, several stalwarts }
League up of
Set For Ac ction In appeared to be just about,
Squads Bowling j
Ve, Center.teams from the schools of NATT- quest Coach Knickelblne a successful, who season was, says not ready to fight all comers for ten-

>> .. overly Impressed with the team's tative positions. 'i
Rules Listed Touch Grid Voile ball Leagues It will be hard to determine
a. Seven rules in :y showing.
govern play the :just what Coach Knickelbine has '.

tournament With the ground work laid, Weather Take Toll in the way of a starting team, ,
progress is being made in the in- 'cial shoes to be worn in action, Doubtless the warm weather is however, until more scrimmage
thority to make the final decision tra-mural sports program with will arrive on time to open com- taking its share of the efforts put brings out the talent of his candidates -
at jn any disputes regarding the entries in the touch football vol- petition. If all difficulties are out by the candidates, but there is !
tournament. leyball and bowling departments overcome in time, the intramural much work ahead before the Fliers Not completely satisfied with

-... The schedule for the opening eyeing the curtain. raiser in NAS sports program will get un- will be ready to avenge Stet- the work of the squad in the sea- J'
u. day of competition pits Hospital league play.Physical derway as scheduled Sept. 17. son's first scrimmage last Satur-

)\\1' against Operations, NATTCenter Training officials have Entries Listed Leon Wilson day, Coach Knickelbine has been '""
against Supply Administration received the final entries in all Naval Hospital, NARTU Over- sending his charges Into scrimmages '
pComNAD against Communica- events and from of haul & Repair, Ordnance and daily all week, and plansto
' tions-Public Works-Overhaul & appearance Gunnery, FAW-11 NARTU Ma- continue with these sessions all .,''
successful is
\1:1: -- things, a season an- Cityj
while rines Photo Lab -
Repair Dispensary-Physi ticipalpd in all three Operations next week.
n cal Training holds a bye. Ten teams have entered the FAETULant, Fasron 6, Fasron The Fliers open in just two ,q

w September 27 finds NATTCen- volleyball league. Ten have enrolled 109, VP-741 and Physical Train- Tennis TitleAfter weeks, Sept. 29, with the Stetson r
tcr ing will be battling for the bowling
meeting Hospital, Adminis in touch football and thir- Hatters. The game is scheduledfor ,
trationComNAD.meeting Operations crown. the New Naval Air
teen squads are ready for actionon "
a week of gruelling com-
Dispensary Physicals Entries in the volleyball com- field. ,
! Training meeting Supply and alleys.Tentative Dates petition include NARTU, Over- petition, the annual JacksonvilleCity Jax Navy's gridders will take

Communications-Public Works- Tentative dates for the haul & Repair, Ordnance and Tennis Tourney championship the spotlight in the second annual .
t- Overhaul & Gunnery, FAW-11, FAETUIantFasron came to NAS when Chief
Repair enjoying a touch football and bowling grid clinic to be held tonight at
may 6, Fasron 109, VP-741 andPhysical Leon Wilson captured the cov-
Ie bye. be delayed due to unforeseen dif the Gator Bowl at 2000. The Fli.. ;
eted crown, beating Leslie Smithin
-d Pairings Made ficulties. One is Training. ers will field two squads who will ,1
bowling alley out
the finals Boone Park
at in
On October Touch football honors will be
4 haves
pairings engage in a scrimmage under ac-
In of commission, but it is hoped the Jacksonville.
/I Administration-ComNAB-6 meeting alley will be readied in time to fought between Hospital NAR- I tual game conditions. The Fliers
! Seeded number two in the tour-
TU Dispensary Ordnance'and
NATTCenter Dispensary- along with other teams will dem-
I handle
the business in
Ik anticipated : nament, Wilson, a Training Chief
Physical Training'against Hospital the Gunnery Operations-Photo Lab, onstrate various phases of the
,1- Communications Public league play. FAETULant, Fasron 6 and Fas attached to VP-741, swept thru game.
The touch football is de-
scene all to take the
competition crown.
Works-Overhaul & ron 109.
Repair against Open to the and
public absolutely
pendent upon whether or not -
lJ- ; spe- Defending champion Andrew
Operations and Su'ply with free of
: a 1 charge, the clinic '
Ziebe knocked from in 1
a bye. was play was a big hit with fans here
d fThe fourth day of competition, Muscl a-men Prep Recreation Building 1! the tournament by Leslie Smith year. All of the Jacksonville high las -
who scored stunning and
a upset
. October 11, has DispensaryPhysical school squads will assist in illus
his chance to meet Wilson in
\- For NATTCenfer won 1
Training meeting Adminis- trating and (
demonstrating various
For the finals. Wilson has been run-
tration-ComNAB-6 Weightlifting
Communica formations
execution of
An enlisted men's recreation for
the past two but
ner-up years
:JtionsPublic j
Works-Overhaul & plays, huddles "
building which will be set up broke the jinx this year to take pass patterns, and ,
Q meeting NATTCenter fundamentals ]
plus signals
to handle facilities for the championship
'" Supply meeting Hospital and CompetitionThose used by officials.Mittmen.
Ie Operations and writ- Wilson who also NAS singles r ',
holding a bye.CommunicationsPublic. pool, ping pong, plus is '"
Ie and and defeated unrated ,
ing reading rooms a champion,
grunts and groans you television theatre is Cohen semi-finals
being Billy in the ,
Overhaul &
Repair will meet hear emanating from the Main-
planned for personnel at NAT- while at the same time Smith In
it Dispensary-Physical Training on side Auditorium are not coming :',
TCenter. win'over :
..I" was pulling an upset top
October 18. Also scheduled
ts -4 for from a secret torture chamber -
The facilities will be located seeded Ziebe
new -
that day is Supply against AdministrattonComNAI36 -it is just the muscle boys T
I'I- in the south wing of After dropping the first match Training For
Opera- training for the big weight lifting building No. 593, it was an- 1-6, Wilson rallied to overtakeand
tions against NATTCenter while contest slated for Sept. 27. nounced by athletic officer Lt defeat Smith, 1-6, 6-1, 6-3. "
'e '. Hospital holds a bye. So far five contestants have Fred Marconi.Lt. Chief Wilson linked with Lar- Coming Bouts

1- NATTCenter drew Supplye for signed up for the event. They: Marconi, in charge of the nerd Munoz, another NAS net-
,iy October 25 while will are Mike Norman, Joe "AppJe'Owens athletic building program for ter, to defeat the team of E. L. Plans are fast becoming a real- '
meet Communications 7 Public David York, John Bar- the Center, reported that these Lloyd and Andrew Ziebe in the ity in the forming of a Jax Navy ',t
Ie Works-Overhaul & Repair Oper- nardi, and Phil McKay. new facilities for enlisted men men's doubles finals to walk off ring squad, it has been' announced 'I
DispensaryPhysical There are approximately sev- will add another outlet for the with the doubles top honors.It by Physical Training officials.
en different divisions in the huge building program now under took the seventh game of the Under the capable guidance of "
Ii meet Administration-ComNAB-6. weight lifting contest and un- way at the Training Center second set to declare the Wilson- Chief Elmer Chipparoni, NAS .:"}
,r On the final day of the schedule less there are more candidates .' 1 Munoz duo the victors.HORSESHOE mittmen are working out daily on ".
.h Operations will play Supply signed for the event, it will
... up the speed bags, sand bags and the'f', ,
Hospital will Communican become to alter '-
play necessary the jumping ropes to whip them- ;
. tions-Public Works-Overhaul & proposed of all events ."
program a .err a zof selves into shape for coming smo
a Repair, NATTCenter will meet All hands are requested to

a Dispensary Physical Training participate in the athletic con- kers.NATTCenter boxers, already .
,I't and Administration' ComNAB-6 test, first of its kind to be held well ort their way in training are .j
,Ie will have a bye.. here. Anyone desiring! to signup planning two meets with the '
for the event, or to get additional Mainside pugilists in the near fu '-J i

AO School l Tossers ing the new information athletic concern event is ture. Combined Squad

r reminded to contact Physical "
With the combining of the bat- )

,s ,'8- Snare Honors in Training 593 or contact at extension Chief 585 John or tling ringmen, it is hoped that a I.}
formidable unit be
can formed to
.. Scott at building 930. ".
It has been made clear by represent Jax Navy in ring bouts !<
Horse-Shoe Meet with other service teams in the ".
t Physical Training officials that
area, and also in the 1952 Golden
the contest is strictly for indi-
Aviation Ordnance School toss- Gloves in Jacksonville.
-a f v vidual honors and not a team
ers swept the single and doubles'I affair. Holdovers from last year'sinclude

competition last week to cop honors Individual awards will be --I I squad Joe Martin, Fred-
, in NATTCenter's horse-shoe in q1 dy Farr. Bob Welsch and Carl
. given to the top two places
tournament. iiie 5.
'B all events.
Chief Bill Barkley of AO 4 Prospects Good

School won the singles title by Johnny Mize of the Yankees hit Jax Navy was well represented
in the Golden Gloves classic last A
defeating McMembille West of
his first triple in the American
AO School in the finals. League against the Athletics in year and it is hoped the 1952
Barkley reached the finals by New York, August 19. squad will equal or surpass lastear's

downing Dr. James Pennington, fine showing. ..
'1 while West beat Lt. Paul McCoy Paul McQueen and McMem- t_; It is again requested that anyone -
c. i>f Athletic & Recreation. In earlier bille West of AO School teamedto ( on the station desiring to enter b
" action Dr. Pennington capture the doubles crown 1 1I: ring competition make himself -
'11 H. V. Smith of Supply wiled downing Larry Green and TedSaxon 1I I; known by contacting Chief ..

; Barkley downed Woodrow Perryof of PIO. ( '. ,. '9sW .%WS sfwrsS ...-.awv>N.AG.N ati2. ,.o4W, I hipparoni:: at Fasron 6, or calling -
ANP( ) Ship's Company In In the semi-finals McQueen and Physical Training i at 593. .
? other quarter-finals action Lt.McCoy West took the measure of Comdr. COMPETITION- Barkley, AOC, left, who
. downed Roland Brown ,of Neil Overton and Dr. James Pen- captured the singles championshi! the recent NATTCenter Ned Carver Browns' pitchingace 'I
'Ie 0 AN(PJ Ships! Company andWest, nington, while Green and Saxon horse-shoe tournament, discusses a ppoint with McMembille West who resides at nearby. Ney. 1 '
'. ecisione4! Ken Doering" of Sup- drubbed Lt. Marconi and Chief AO1 in the finals match. Barkley d owned West to win the crown. Ohio, will be given a day at Dv c
.., ,'\ Ruel Baldwin. West teamed with Paul McQueen .AOC, to win the doubles title. f fiance Ohio October 14. ,
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t) Eight JAX AIR NEWS _. 13-September 1951
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BULLETINItems : : Attends Officer

( offering for sale article r12/ !

of property such as washing nu I Candidate School

chines, automobiles, furniture,
radios, clothing and the like i is Alfred G. Cavanaugh, DKSN,
prohibited by Defense Department formerly with Fasron 6, is now
DANCE DOPE. Despfte a ,low
regulations. This Column I attending the Naval School, Officer
sale of. tickets to the Annual -_
will however, list such service advance
Candidate Newport, R. I. He .
Fall Dance last Friday nigh,
available housing, rides want
as is one of the few men from the
ed, lost and found articles, another h Supplyers and their guests nevertheless Naval Air Station ever to meet
similar notices: ). filled the Mayflower Roc requirements and be selected for
*-OR RENT garden almost to overflowing the school.
Single ana able. rms., furn. Mn I Those who made the journey were Though attached to Fasron Six
Lee Schultz, 1447 Avondale I happily surprised to find the trip while he was here, Cavanaughwas
Ave. Ph. 25930. was well worth the effort. on temporary duty with the
6-rm. unfurn. house 879 North! Abe Livert's Band was the best Disbursing office' of the Supply .
Edgewood. Mrs. Akel, Ph. 2- in the past few years; door prize Department. lie received orderson
910( (the, majority of which, by the Aug. 30 to report to the New-
3-rm. xurn. apt.. id Liberty St. way, were won by Supplyera) port School.
Ph. 45676. were plentiful and attractive: and I .
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Mrs. Stradtman, ------- ------- _
3-bedroom unfurn. house. Orange the floorshow met all requirements ,
Park. $70 per mo. Mr. Care, I1Kr I l
Orange Park, 8-2041. Sylvia Koontz of O&R was the
3 bedrm. furn. house with sleeping songstress' who opened the show I II .
porch. 3641 Hedrick St, and who is booked for an appearance I a
Ortega. Hrs. R. H Carswell with Hal Stanton and the II I
Ph. 23949. organ at the Florida in the n-ear
2 bedrm. furn. house $100 per future. George and Bill Crate* I
mo. 4748 Kerle St., Murray Hill were the pair who, with Helen
Mrs. Thaxton, Ph 2-8279. Roberts at the piano, played the I
3-rm furn. house, Hyde Park Rd harmonica and .sang. And, of
Mrs. Overby, Ph. 21496. course, Gloria Gerrard of Fisca+ I
2 or 3 bedrm. house, furn. 442 was her usual sensational self.
Hiawatha St., Ortega. Mrs. L. S :d'irn
3 bedrm. unfurn. house. 190i season's intra-mural sports in four
Blair Rd. Mrs. Bessie Mclnar fields have sprung up amongst,
nay, Ph. 2-4174 or 8-9532. NEW HOBBY DRAWS INTEREST-Only two weeks old, our military personnel and will bIn
2-rm. furn. garage apt. $75 per the leathercraft class set up at the NAS Hobby Shop is attract- the limelight between now and
mo. Mrs. Huston, Ph. 82770. ing much interest. All principals of leathercraft are taught at the end of the year. Teams are
3 rms., furn., 2601 Park. Mrs: classes held every Wednesday. Lyle Francis, instructor, left, show currently being assembled in all] CavanaughA
Huston, Ph. 82770. Nick J. Ciarpica, SA, how to pound out the background. on a four sports: Golf, Volley Ball, native of Newark, N. J., the
2-rm. furn. apt., Riverside. Mrs leather project the sailor undertook. Touch Football, and Bowling. Supply clerk seaman was
Platt. Ph. 8-9011. has already picked its captain; graduate from Rutgers Univer-
4-rm. garage apt., Ortega. Chie; Classy Items Of Use for these teams: Chief John Adams sity in June, 1950, with a bach-
McIlmoil, Bldg. 422, NATTC \ to head the golfers, and threi' elor of science degree in business
Rm. and house privileges for Bills to head the rest-Smith, administration. He enlisted in the
lady, 2214 Herschel, Five Pts Leathercraft Taught As VocationIn AK2, Volley Ball; Lewis, SKSN' Navy that November.
Mrs. Eastman, Ph. 78164. Touch Fooball; and Hertzog, AK2. i His "boot" training was takenat
Rm., 3816 Walsh St. Mrs. R. A Bowling. the Naval Training Station at
i t Brown. Ph. 2-0129. Informal Class At Hobby' Shop Raymond Bracey of Inventor Newport,-B. I., where he was the
2bedrm. apt., furn. 2316 Her has good reason to put down 195:1 "number one man" in the final r-
schel. Mr. C. W. Toole. Ph. 7- achievement test. From Newport,
y in the I as a year to remember. Ash prologue -
Something new
class is organized "to benefit the DK School in
4257. I to this eventful year his: he was sent to
5-rm. furn. 'apt., 124 12th Ave., I.of vocations has been staHed individual, rather than the class I won a television set. Then Bayonne, N. J, He was a high-
i So., Jax Beach. Mrs. Neville,, at the Naval Air Station'sHobby as a whole." That is, each individual : early In SI, Bracey himself held ranking student in the class.
i Ph. 2-5986. Shop. Ijt is leathercraft. works on whatever project I the lucky number (and only one Upon completing the two
Bedrm., 4733 Astral Ave., Murray i he chooses and progresses as number) for the Pontiao at the month indoctrinatlonal course at
Hill. Mrs. W. C. Jenkins, .Ph, much as he wants until it is com.j Key West Carnival. A few nights I the Officer Candidate School, he
8-4816. Organized in the form of a pleted. ago, Captain Bill, ,the cOllleshep-1 I will receive a commission as En
5 im house, $85 per mo. 4441; course, the after-hours hobby was Though several projects couldbe herd belonging to his sign. He will then attend the
Marquette Ave. A. H. Stanley,, begun aboard the station last underway at one time, Francis n-law returned parents-I!! I Navy-Supply School at Bayonnefor
Ph. 3-5422. Wednesday when ten aspiring will give individual instructionand I absence and resumed his an indefinite period.Hooray .
3 rm. unfurn. apt., kitchen equip leathercrafters met The "club" guidance to each class mem- en-years' if he'd never been .
ped Riverside. Mrs. Quinto, Ph met again last evening. ber as he progresses on his project place Bill as had been picked up by away the
2-0684. Guiding and instructing class
I earlier
FOR SALE members In the craft is Lyle w dogcatcher seven years 1
for dead at least
and given or
2-bedroom house, 4804 Shirley Francis, of Jacksonville. A man Basically, the leathercraft course up
r Ave., Lake Shore. I. F, Lee, with an impressive background in teaches an individual how to tool, ermanently: parents lost the, J.by E.Mrs.O'Neals Bracey's -,
Ext. 723.3bedrm. the art, he also teaches Jaxons carve, and lace leather as well as;
house, Country Club Es leathercraft once a week under a the steps of fashioning a project tbw, after nearly a decade, Lassie
tates. Comdr. Snyder, Ext. 336 city recreation department pro- from tracing the design on a ias come home, still remembering
Us owners and even many of the
or 8-5698. of tanned cowhide to lacingthe
House Trailer, 1948, furn. Trout's gram.The leathercraft class meets fashioned pieces together..... ricks they had taught him. For
Park. Paul B. Clark,, Bracey at least, 1851: is a year to
Trailer every Wednesday from 1900 to Instruction on the art of leath-
Ph. 2-9365. 2100 on' the second deck of the m4 craft can be had for a slight remember.' '* I I hooray, after sweatingthis
2bedrm. house with 2 lots. $1,500 Hobby Shop, Building 896. Fran- fee. Twelve hours of actual in- Hendricks thing out for weeks now, we
equity. 3307 Rosselle, Francis cis, assisted by Robert H. Canary, struction costs $2.50. Tools, pat- with have the word that Carleen 7
Kilday, Ph. 8-4163. supervises the informal sessions. terns, and leather have to be nded her seven luncheon years and Supply Smith is doing fine after giving
lUSCELLANEOUSExperienced "About 101 items can be fashioned purchases by the students them- a special her associates baby birth of an 8 pound, 7 ounce
sitter. Mrs. Francis shower given by 1, Carleen and '
baby from ex- selves.In son on September
:Allan Goodwill of Statistical
Herring, 627 Edison, Ph. 4-3248. claimed. 'Wallets, belts, book- discussing the instructionfee Tommyhave named the little '
Baby sitter. Mrs. Blanche Carter. ends or pocketbooks usually are Francis pointed out that the Branch, became a grandfather Goodwill last codger Thomas Henry Ill."I
1147-B Allegheny, NAS. the items most popular with be- charge "more or less is a tuition Thursday, Cramps brood in Congratulations to Dub Stem-
Baby sitter. Jeanette Stewart, ginners. fee." He explained that the fee Is currently visitinghis bridge, Chief Clerk, who became
.. There's
1147-B Allegheny, NAS. pays for 12 hours instruction. Savannah a reason I a grandpa for the first time on
Baby sitter. Carol Dodson. 1211B "At the present time," he con- However, additional instructioncan for that second or third look when August 31. His little granddaughter -
Hancock St., NAS. Ext. 556. tinued, "several members in our be had after that, he added. lamle Jo ChauvIn, recent addition has been named Catherine
I Experienced baby sitter. Mrs. J. class already have wallets and Registrations for the hobby to Procurement, passes by; Joyner. >
she Miss New Orleans in that'sty's
I P. Register, 1217 Cumberland pocketbooks nicely under way. course are accepted dally at the was Glad to see Jimmie Harrison of
.. Road. Ph. 8-0911. Others have expressed the desireto Hobby Shop. Any interested per- Beauty Pageant of 1947. the Records Section back from
wanted from Brentwood to besides a lot of local prizes, Jo'sbig Also Dorothy Young of
Ride try more difficult projects after sonnel are advised to telephone leave. ,
NAS. Hrs. 0800-1630. Miss Wal- they complete the simpler ones Chief Albert Stahel or Chief Ray- thrill was the award of a Contract who took in. Silver
ters, Ext. 416 or 6-8948. first. mond H. Burger at extension .771 screen test at Columbia itudios, Springs:;: last week. Ronald Bro--
Ride wanted to San Diego Calif. Francis emphasized that the for information. where she had lunch with Glenn den of Contract is vacationing in
before Oct. 1. Mary McCrea, 'ord. Prior to winning the North Carolina. Says he, "There'll ,.
; Three-Time Entry I glamour( town title, Jo had been be an ocean in front of me and a
eveflings.< I inging on the radio for several lake in the back and after about
Ride wanted from Mandarin to I ears tour days of taking it easy, I'm
\/1/' NAS. Hrs. 07301600. Elsie National Air Race RecordBreakerNow The Alfred G. Cavanaugh going to slowly start rocking."
Clark, Ext. 8107. DKSN) whose picture story ap- Sorry to report that the son of
Rider wanted from Springfield or J.'ears elsewhere in this issue, was Tames Dicksoh, Construction Superintendent .
1 Riverside to NAS. Hrs. 0800- With Composite Squadron 62 a 'lADer in Disbursing last week passed away last
I 1630. Frank A. Powell, Ext. /hen the big news came that he iveek Welcome into the department ..
8112 or 6-5189. had been selected for officer candidate Mary Ann Morgan who has
Riders wanted, vicinity South- The man who broke the achievement in 1949, he re-de- school Gloria Grapse seen assigned to the Work! Measurement
side and Riverside to NAS. Hrs. world's speed record in the signed an F4U with the assis- ( Shop Stores) Is recovering at the Section. .
t 0800-1630. Betty King, Ext. 582. Thompson Air Race at Cleve- "aval Hospital from a serious Ulness. From Transportation we hear .
Riders wanted from Five Pts. to Ronald G. tance of sailors and Marines, and hat Charles Mullins and Albert jJ
land in 1949 Lt. '
Hrs. Installed a Pratt-VVhltney ,major e *
,' NAS or form car pool. Dixon are recuperating at home
lv 0715-1615. Contact Williams, Puckett, is on temporary duty engine, the R4360. CREDITS.The new heading from recent hospitalization .
Ext. 8270 of 7-5648. with Composite Squadron tor this column which made its Glad to see Tony O. Martinez .t Z
Share Avondale bungalow. Mrs. Sixty-Two at Cecil Field The re-designing process Included appearance a couple issues ago >back at work after a recent serious ;
w Parker, 1362 Talbot Ave. where he is learning shortening each wing by was created by Frank Coleman, a illness Tom Andreu
Share home. 1319 Hamilton St. aerial :26:: inches, reconstruction of the tormf'r Supplyer now of the Photo claims he and Paul Longstreet
Mrs. Marchus. Ph. 8-3829. photography techniques employed empennage to provide a smaller Lab. He also created the Supply vent fishing in Nassau County
I Wanted 1 or 2 girls to share apt. by the squadron. tail and revamping air scoops to epartment Seal, first seen on the Saturday{ and caught about six
.' 1344 Talbot Ave Rusty Molon, Lt, Puckett, who flew to fame enable the engine to produce a arnival thank-you cards. Frank arge sheephead weighing from
, Ext. 455 or 2-4019 when he piloted re-designed maximum 3900 horsepower The as is obvious, was a commercial seven to eight pounds.. He further
,'" Will trade 27 ft. Roycroft trailer Corsair at 414 miles per hour for Hamilton Standard Propeller artist in civilian life and expects Claims that the fish were so large
l for equity on house. Contact three laps over the 10-mile courseat Company designed a racing prop to return to that craft after histour hey tore up the lines so the two
l, H .C. Petee, AD1, Trout's Trailer Cleveland is a member of for Puckett's plane to reach max- of duty.Replying lad to give up and go home. .
Park, Roosevelt Rd. or' Ph. Fighter Squadron\ 11, a Banshee imum efficiency at 440 miles an to many who asked I : The Heavy Equipment Repair '
3-5755 after 1900. outfit. hour last week's poem was authored by hop under Ronald Butcher has
t- ti > '* Puckett took part In the Na- Charles James O'Neal-at the request almost completed moving into its

} AF-Navy EM Graduate A naval aviator since 1942, Lt. tional Air Races in 1947 and 1943 of Sidelights. nevi quarters in Buildings 195
i Puckett won second money at the as well as in 1949. md 195A Sure was good to
From Dental School air races three :years ago. He During World War II he flew Listed below are the traffic violations see Louise Ferebee of Contract

Great Lakes, III (AFPS--One) trailed winner Cook Cleland, an Hellcats and Corsairs for two aboard this station for the with her g es wide open Monday
hundred and forty Navy and Air ex-Navy pilot, by the slender mar- years from the decks of carriers period August 30 to September 6, ....;J\JMri havia.. housePage .- \

, Force enlisted personnel recently gin of 150 feet. USS Hancock and USS Boxer in 951. .: ;::: .. ,' .
completed the basic course in One of Lt. Puckett's fond.esthopes ] the Pacific, participating in raidson Speeding: R. D. Espeseth, HM3. \ -- W -, -, i .
{. dentistry ,at the Naval Dental i&o to design a Jet racer for Okinawa and, the Japanese Improper parking; E. C Cow.. & ." ""

r Technicians': School here. the Thompson classic. For his mainland. .. an L, AD3. .' ,
.' r .." -\ '