Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vote As A Serviceman Is A Privilege And A Right

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


Will Dock If Weather Permits .

November 15

New Deadline w High Winds Hold Back

For EssayistsThe : Mooring Of TarawaHigh

Morals Essay Contest,, northeast winds and strong river currents, which

which was originally sched rx.. fi.L sprang up suddenly, caused cancellation of the welcoming
uled to close November 1, has; ceremony for the carrier USS Tarawa which was scheduledto

been extended to November tie up at the Mayport basin Monday morning.
!5 giving personnel ample .
The Tarawa arrival at May sonville's
time to submit papers on rising importance as a
when the bar
"Moral: Values" and compete port was postponed Navy center. He hailed the $10,-
pilot decided against bringingthe
for ten valuable prizes. 000,000 Mayport installation, as
vessel into the river against
" link in seaairpower"
a "strong our
This extension was granted by such high winds and rough. cur- .
the Commanding Officer of the
rents. The Commander of the Atlantic
c, Naval Air Station in order to If weather permits, the 37,500vessel Fleet Air Force disclosedthat

?"j accommodate those people now which has been conduct- naval bases in and around

preparing essays. ing carrier training exercises Jacksonville house more carrierair

All Hands EligibleIt with Jax squadrons aboard, will groups than all other naval

is hoped that many more try to dock at Mayport 'later this establishments on the East

essays will be received during w week. Coast combined.

,- the extension period. Participation May Be Here SundayIf The basin, 3,000 feet long and
of All Hands is requested and when the Tarawa docks,
2,000 feet wide has been dredgedto
as the contest moves into the the vessel will be open for public 42 feet. There are also pier

,, final stages. It has been indicated inspection from 1300 to 1600 accommodations for four or five

that if the contest is successful Sunday, it was announced. destroyer escorts. Mayport is the

on- this station, it may be used A high-ranking group of Navy only place south of Norfolk with

\ in the Morals Program through C officers, headed by Vice Adm. facilities for berthing heavy car-

and in the Navy John J. Ballentine, Commander,
out this District \ riers.

Many Fine Prizes I HIGH RANKING OFFICER VISITS::Vice Admiral John J. Atlantic Fleet Air Force, was on

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

!j on 8x10 1/2 paper and the writer was in charge of the honor guard. Jacksonville Chamber of Com-

should include his name, rate merce at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Established In November 1948
Adm. Ballentine Visits
-1 and duty station. They are to be
submitted in sealed envelopes Also included in the group
. division officers or unit were Vice Adm. John Dale Price,
,w\ commanders to the Essay Contest Fleet Air JQK Observes Chief of Naval Air Training, at ,
Adm. OsborneB.
Pensacola Rear
Off. ;
Committee, Chaplain's
:1,. ice, Building 750, NAS. Hardison, Commander, Fleet f.
Nov.IFleet Air Jacksonville; Rear Adm.
:' Judges will represent all 4th Anniversary Glenn B. Davis, Commandant, '. 442L1 ,
1 the commands concerned and
Sixth Naval District, and Maj. .
J will award wrist watches to 1st Air Jacksonville, with more carrier air groups as- Gen. Field Harris of Cherry

,11 and. 2nd place winners, cameras signed than all other Naval installations on the east coast Point, N. C., commanding generalof NATTC MEDICAL OFFICER-

to 3rd and 4th place winners, pen I combined, will record its fourth anniversary November 1. the Atlantic Air Fleet Marine Capt. Warren E. Klein has as-
. :! and pencil sets for 5th and 6th sumed his duties as the new command of
for 7lh Now under the established. Force, plus many others. medical officer at NATTCenter. -
place, cigarette lighters Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison,, In early 1950, the command Important Bastion lie comes here from Ko-
"i and 8th place and key chains for Fleet Air Jacksonville comprises reached its allotted strength for Admiral Ballentine in his ad. rea. (See story Page 2)). r.I

9th and 10th place. some 20 U. S. Atlantic Fleet the first time when Carrier Air dress Monday pointed out Jack-

r' Still Plenty of Time squadrons and sub -units com Groups 1, 4, 13 and 17, supportingunit Alert AC3 Saves ,

i All Navy and Marine Corps pared to its original complementof Fasron 9 and Fleet Aircraft WEATHER OUTLOOK '

i. Military personnel of the Marine six squadrons and three staff Unit Atlantic
Electronics Training
Naval Air Sta- Friday-Slightly warmer, max Two Jet Pilots
3 Barracks, The officers four years ago. Fleet, Detachment No. 1, re- imum temperature in high 70's.

: lion, Naval Hospital, NATTCen- Although hurt some by defen ported aboard for duty. Scattered cloudIness

4 ter ities, NARTU attached, and to all the Fleet station Activ-are sive cutbacks in 1950, Fleet Air Fleet All Weather Training Unit Saturday, maximum- temperature in Calling 'Mayday'On I.:

Jacksonville to reach a -
grew potent Atlantic Fleet and AntiSubmarine high 70's.
t eligible to enter the contest. night of overcast skies
in 1951: a
state of readiness Experimental ,Unit 1, basedat Sunday-Overcast skies, occasional
I' and has steadily" expanded with Key West, Fla., also came un- showers, maximum in two Jet pilots, on an Instrument .1
and'arrival of flight from their base in Texas to it
HALFGALLONCLUB the commissioning 2 Col. 1)) middle 70's.
(Please Turn to Page ,
out "May
several new air groups and the Florida, sent an urgent

GROWS; opening of a carrier berthing basin r' ; day," voice code signal of distress.
were lost, somewhere between
at Mayport this week. They
: Tallahassee and Jacksonville ,
NUMBERS 58 Established in 1918
and rapidly running out of
While the unit was in its infancy
Seven more blood donors fuel.
Capt. Charles L. Lee assumed
have been added to the Jax
They were considering bailing
temporary duties as the initial :
Half-Gallon club, bringing the Commander Fleet I Air Jackson out of their aircraft, each valuedat 1
total membership to 58. Club about $900,000. f
ville. He was relieved by Rear __ ,
' members have donated at least .t
Admiral Calvin T. Durgin who
1 four pints of b 100 d to the post. The dUtrexti call was heard by 1
held the first permanent
1'//, Armed Forces Blood Center Capt. Lee then became the first numerous civil and military operations .
,i here. o .1. towers. But due to the t
Chief of Staff, followed by Capt.
'J Following are the newest additions clear communication with the'NAS
Frank T. Ward, a position cur azRIIIS
to the club: Jax tower, this station was
Howard V.
. rently held by Capt
Roscoe H. oSum, ACt, Green Hopkins. requested for a "steer" to the

Cove. nearest landing field.
" Fleet Air Jacksonville was organized
: Jean L. Bechdolt, X1. .
here in order to providean
Ralph V. Barty, AMC, VJ- additional Fleet Air Command, The first VHF-DBF (very high
62. frequency-direction bearing find- "!
which was badly needed in the
Frank E. Pronpy, ADC, VJ- Southeastern United States. ing) steer was given at 9:56 bya

.62. Reaches Strength In 1930 20-year-old air controlman on
Edward A. Hoffmeyer, DN. II I Squadrons comprising Carrier duty in the tower, Charles A. La..

Joann L. Windisch, RM3, Air Group 8 and Fleet Aircraft Nore, ACS. Thirteen minutes later,
Communications. SAVES PILOTS-Charles A.. LaNore, AC3,
6 ALERTNESS following the directions given by
William I. Noble, AK3, VJ- Service Squadron currently I demonstrates the ground control radar scope by which he safely I LaNore, the two aircraft landed
based at NAS, were the first to directed two lost jets to a landing at NAS. The incident saved
62. arrive after the unit had 'been two costly aircraft and possibly two lives. safely on the station runway.Your .



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Page Two JAX' AIR NEWS 30

New Medical Report From Washington

J1)) XFW&LIJ3 Officer ForNATTCenter Commission Studies SpecialIncentiveHazard

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville, Fla.
Duty Pay
NAS Jacksonville Capt. Warren E. Klein assumed -
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree_'._Commanding Officer
his duties Senior -
Comdr. James H. Armstrong_Executive Officer new as
Armed Faces Press Service)
Lt. Dave Barksdale- Public Information Officer Medical Officer at the Naval Air (ty missile center, and at White

Fleet Air Jacksonville Technical Training Center this A new civilian commission on Sands, N. M., proving ground. 1

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison..... .Commander week. I incentive-hazardous duty and .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_Chief of Staff Captain Klein reported here special pays recently met for
2,300 :
Approximately Marines
Fleet Air Wing Eleven after serving one with Staffof the first time. The commis-
Capt. Arthur S. Born_.Commander the First Marine'year Aircraft sion, established by the Depart. from Camp Lejeune, N. C., soon
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_Chief Staff Officer such will make an amphibious assault -
Wing, Fleet Marine Force in Ko ment of Defense, will study
Naval Air Technical Training Center as combat pay, landing on the beaches of
Capt. Edwin R. _Commanding Officer rea.In special pays Labrador. The cold-weather exercise -
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_Executive Officer 1928 he graduated from Tu- flight pay, submarine pay, over- be
will known
Naval Hospital lane University and was commis- seas allowances, and physicianand as Nora-

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_Commanding Officer sioned in the Medical Corps one dentist pay. The study will mex: II-Northern Amphibious

Capt. T. F. Weinert_Executive Officer year later. be submitted to the Senate Exercises IL The amphibioustask

NARTU He served aboard the destroyers Armed Services Committee dur- force will consist of 34
Easton B. Noble_Commanding Officer and will be
Capt. USS Kane and USS Claxton ing the first session of the 83rd ships supported by
Comdr. Anthony Trusso-Executive OfficerThe Canadian aircraft. The
during the evacuation of refugees Congress. opera-
tion is the second joint Canadi-
JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. from Spain in the Spanish Civil
Jacksonville. Florida' and printed commercially' with non-appropriated ian-U. S. amphibious exercise.
funds War. Following a course in Avia- A new combat development ag-
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. The first was held in 1949 in
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. the tion Medicine at Pensacola he ency has been established to ex-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Labrador.The .
Naval Hospital. was designated a Flight Surgeon.He ploit more fully the potentialitiesof .

Editor-Andrew H. Planey served aboard the USS Enter- atomic weapons and guided

Staff Members: Ed Nellist JO3; Mary Bixiones, JOS; John Char- prise during the Lingayen Gulf, missiles. The step was taken to Air. Force short story con-

vat, AN; Vivian Williams, SA; Helen Harper.The Iwo Jima and Okinawa cam give the average soldier a better test for 1952 has entered its last ..

JAX AIR NEWS Is"a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. paigns.His opportunity to learn their opera- lap with the top 15 manuscripts ,
AFPS material In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.I Republication of other son, a graduate of West tion in the field. Training of being turned over to the final

matter Editor. :JAX except AIR bY NEWS.service publications is prohibited without permission of Point Class of 1949 is a pilot in troops in the technique of han board of judges. A five-man

Phone extensions the Air Force. (Picture on Page dling the new weapons has already screening panel trimmed down the
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside)
Bliss Tex. list of 48 stories S*.ich won
1184 and 216. 1). I begun at Ft. guided ma-

.., ,. jor command contests. Three
-Start Where You Arc .o.rN :.1A. winners will be selected from the

final 15 manuscripts. The Air

Choose From Today's SurroundingsYour Force is going ahead with prelim-

inary plans for another short story F

contest next year. Details are ex-
Living Pattern Of Tomorrow pected soon.Women '

(This is the sixteenth of a series of articles la connection with officer of the Reserveand \

the sen'Ice-wide program, Protection of Moral Standards). regular Army may now be ;

separated if married. In, all
Capt. Arthur S. Born cases, the officers must have

On the library shelf there stood out the title of a book- : c L completed commissioned a minimum service.of 24months' j

"Start Where You Are".* This title, or thought, has definite Officers !
serving must }
application to the problem of improving our morals. $ : x :k
also complete one year of their 1 :
One of the biggest problems in raising our moral standards oversea tour before eligible
is overcoming the human weakness of procrastination. for separation. {

All of us have big plans for the future, but translating our :i a j

dream into concrete reality is a high hurdle to jump. Skid t.I.>;' S\< ; ____ V I
1,700-acre Rite has been
selected -
Row is composed largely of individuals who are always wait- { : i
Y. Q a near Byron Ga, for naval .
themselves by their boot ;: a
Ing for tomorrow to begin pulling up I
,n"w :..'" supply center. The center's
,traps. immediate mission t
be to
MEETS THE SKIPPER Nancy Buck, SKSA, meets Capt. Ed- provide

How often have you heard a shipmate talk about settling win R. Peck, commanding officer of NATTCenter, after the Cap- storage for reserve stocks of

down to a life of clean living when retirement rolls around? tain granted her an interview, requested when Nancy found that general store items and clothing. ),
her dad and the Skipper were former classmates of Congress has
Academyclass appropriated $9,000-
But'on the other hand, his life today is one of reckless living of 1923.
.with n&w& nn&ov v.rmfura.........-..i. "evidence. that u VKTIC_ __ concerned _About____ the_n_ -mor---- i to start construction. :
row. The pattern which we are establishing today for our Quarterrhan Plumber Meets .

living habits is not an easy one to change overnight. Post Open In PI Skipper President and dcana from 194 \Sd

colleges having Air Force Re- ,

Where is the place from which to make a beginning in The position of Quarterman The Boot AtNATTCenter serve Officers' Training Corps

is here look Plumber is open at NAS Subic detachments recently visited the
Improving our living habits? It today-take a
Bay, Philippine Islands. new AF ROTC headquarters,
around, see what possibilities there are for utilizing off-duty
Starting salary is $6,549.50. Per Montgomery, Ala, for a conference -
time. This area, like most other regions where the Navy is ,
located, probably offers about everything that contributes to sons who 'feel qualified can sub- I The Skipper met the Boot last on the proposed new curriculum "

A lowering of morals, if that is what you seek. mit application to Navy Overseas week at NATTCenter, when for cadet training. The j

Employment Office (Pacific), 45 Capt. Edwin R. Peck, CommandIng new course of study will affect:

Hyde Street, San Francisco 2, Cal- Officer, granted an inter- 145,000 college students presently
But at the same time there is offered much more that
ifornia. view to Nancy Buck, SKSA, of in the program at 209 univer-
contributes to good clean healthful living. For example, at
4 the first lieutenant's office, to sities and college campuses.
how many other shore stations can you find such a high percentage -
discuss .
Academy Class of "
of days when outdoor athletic participation is possible Sea-Going Radio Station '

? What other Naval Air Stations present the opportunities Starts Beaming 'Voice 23.In It la now possible for company

for both fresh and salt water fishing so close at hand? a recent issue of the Jax commanders to reduce privates
Uncle Joe is now getting an Air News, Nancy noticed that (&-2) to private (E-1) for masons -
Why not "Start Where You Are" and plan use of
your the Captain Peck was of
earful by means of nation's a graduate of inefficiency. Previouslythis
leisure time to develop character. It will follow that the
your newest sea-borne radio unit-the the Academy Class of 1923. Her action could not be taken ex-
person you see in the mirror will slowly develop into the you Coast Guard Cutter Courier. father, Comdr. Robert R. Buck cept through court martial. The

that you see in your dreams today. (retired) was also* ,
The State Department has an- a graduate of is contained in a change
and Brother
"Start Where You Are", by Arnold IL Harper
nounced that tine ship, now an- this class. to Army SR 615-25-55.>
Publishers, New York, 1950. .
chored off the island of Rhodes in e .

mander Fleet Air Jacksonville aft- the Mediterranean, is relaying its "I wonder if dad knows Cap

Fleet Air Jax er Admiral Montgomery left and Voice of America series to the tain Peck", Nancy mused. She fXDWrNEThSERVICES

Near and Middle East. wrote her father. He did know
before the arrival of Admiral lIar-
(Continued from Page 1))
Captain Peck and asked that )

der this command. dison. Love is the form of insanity Nancy call on him. \

Durgin First ComFalrJax Boast f" Unlta which prompts a woman to mar- Nancy, a graduate of the Rock- Protestant

Rear Admiral Durgin relinquished Aided by the excellent facilities ry her employer so she can work point High School of Burlington, 0830

his post in May 1949 to offered, plus .the consistentlyfine for him for nothing. Vermont, entered the Navy in -General vice, Small Communion Chapel. Ser-
January of this After
year. recruit
his Chief of Staff, Capt. Lee, who flying conditions existing in training in 0830-All Saints Chapel.
Bainbridge, she
held that position until July of this area, Fleet Air Jacksonville First Combat Pay Goes was assigned to the storekeper'sschool 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.

the same year when he was relieved I has grown into one of the more To Destroyer PerkinsThe in San Diego. She finishedthe 0930_Sunday School.

of the post by Rear Admiral vital activities on the east coast. Destroyer USS Perkins school in July and was trans- 1045-All Saints ChapeLCatholic

John H. Cassady. Capt. Frank T. During the past year, VF-11, (DDR 877) is the first naval ferred to NATTCenter here.

Ward became Chief of Staff. for ita second consecutive year, vessel to become eligible for 0800-0900-1000 -Mass, St Ed

In February 1950> Rear Admiral and VF-173, both Fleet Air Jack combat pay. The Perkins was Nancy reports that the stay ward's Chapel.

Alfred E. Montgomery assumedthe sonville units, won Battle Effi- under enemy fire for six: days. here has been quite enjoyable.She 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL .
role from Admiral Cassadyand ciency pennants awarded to the particularly likes the
For ships in the area prior to living lUormoD1930TuesdaYNATTC
served in that capacity until Atlantic Fleet Squadrons -
quarters of the Center Waves.
( June 30, 1952, designation of Chaplain's
his retirement in early 1951. in those respective fields, Her
combat units will be made by plans for the future Include office.
Capt. Smith, who took over the testifying: to the overall efficiency another three years in the
CNO. Each serviceman gets service Christian ScleDCe.1900TuesdayNATTC.
duties of Chief of Staff from Capt. achieved by Fleet Air Jack- Hi extra for combat pay. and a "Crow" with a store Chap-

Ward in 1950, served as Com sonville units. keeper's Insignia under It lain'j .office.r" .

30 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page TOO

Sixth In Nation

{ {.N Y.L t t Local Blood Center Rated .

Thunu, Oct. 30 With Leading Contributors ;

The Blazing Forest..John PayneFri. .

., Oct. 31 ?,. ,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station's
Quo Vadls ??......... Robert Taylor USAH, Ft Benning, Ga.15168
Armed Forces Blood
Sat., Nov. 1 > USAH, Camp Carson, Colo.14706
Center the sixth best
Eight Iron R + was con- USA, Ft. Dix, N. J..__14,555
tributor to the national blood
Men ,.....-..-..-.._ Arthur Franz tt t USAH, Ft. Riley,' Kan. _14,491
the first 49
; during
NATTO = program USAH, Ft. Sill Okla .._14,320
weeks latest service-wide fig-
Thurs., Oct. 30 Marine Bks., Camp Lejeune,

Toughest Man in ;; t ures reveal.In N. C. -_.....____14,068

Arizona ......._... Vaughn Monroe 49 week's time, the 34 Armed USAH, Camp Rucker, Ala._12,908

Fri., Oct. 31 .. Forces Blood Donor Centers con- USAH, Camp Pickett, Va.....11,936
tributed almost 3,000,000 of
The Blazing Forest..John Pale : 4. pints USNH, Charleston, 'S. C..._.11,869
Sat, Nov. 1.Quo USAH, Ft. Sam Houston,

Vadls ............ Robert Taylor San Diego Naval Training Cen- Tex. _..__._..__......._...10,066
HOSPITAL ter leads all installations with 32- USNAS: Corpus Christi, Tex. 9,996

Thun, Oct. 30 534 pints, followed by Lowry AFB, USA, Ft. Jackson, S. C._ 9,831

Operation Pacific _. John Wayne Denver, Colo., with 30,605; USAHFt. USNH, Oakland, Calif. .._.. 9,235
NX MOVES MERCHANDISE Bliss, Tex., 30,078; USAH, Ft.
Frt, Oct. SI Exchange Store A new subsidiary store located USAH, Aberdeen. Proving"Ground
The West Point StoryDori3 Day in Building 3, next to the Navy Leonard Wood, Mo., 22,760; US- Md. _.._..___........ 8,263
Sat., Nor. 1 Exchange canteen, has been NTC Great Lakes, Ill., 22,159 USNAS, Quonset Point' RI. 7,006

Toughest Man in Expands To Give opened by the Navy- Exchange.With and Jacksonvile Navy, 20007. USNH, Portsmouth N. 11:.., 6,629 x
several departments
Arizona .?_.._.. Vaughn Monroe moved from the Retail Store, > List of Armed Forces Blood USAH, Ft. Geo. G.

Greater Service the new annex will give greater Donor Center and their contribu- Meade, Md. ...______. 5,027 &P

service to personnel shop- tions through Sept. 14, 1592, in- Francis E. Warren

BLOOD BANK :Malnslde's Navy Exchange has pers. The move also allows cluded: AFB, Wyo. _....._..... ._.._. ..4,072 4 i

moved several departments of its for more merchandise.display and Photo stock shows space Center Pints Grand Total _.........525,963 t.
retail merchandise store to new
BOX SCORENo. the first day's activity at the USNTC, San Diego, Calif.....32,534
quarters in Building 3, first deck,
annex. Lowry AFB, Denver, Colo..30,605 I If
I next to the Exchange canteen.
.. Quota Met PerSch. cent USAH, Ft. Bliss, Tex...._....30,078 I Special Services
The move is a part of the expansion First Women Marines f .t
USAH Ft. Leonard Wood
NATTCenter..253 331 130.8Spec.

Serv. 4 5 125.0 greater program service to, designed customers to give and Assigned To EuCom Mo. ......._...._____....._.......22,760 Bulletin

FAW 11 13 15 115.3Marines to provide additional space in time Washington (AFPS-The first USNTC, Great Lakes, Ill.....22,159

_..10 10 100.0 for the Christmas shopping rush, assignment of Women :Marines to USNAS, Jacksonville Fla..20,007 BOWLING ,
No. 8Nov.
NARTU ....:I.. 7 7 100.0 Puget Sound Naval Ship- Marines 4 .
announced. VI ORC. Inst.
B. L. Lee, manager, duty in Europe has been an- t
Comm. __.. f 4: 100.0 yard, Bremerton, Wash..19,816 Operations l vs nlU :
Admin. ..___ 3 3 100.0 Luggage, magazines, boxed and nounced by the Marine Corps. Marine Bks., Pendleton, Fasron 6 No. 1 4 Fasron

Medical ..._ 2 2 100.0 loose candy, sporting goods, hardware Named to serve on the staff of Calif .._._.......-.._..._...........19,377 Fasron FAW-11 6 No. 1 VI vs Special Services VJ-62 :

Dental .._.._.._ 1 1 100.0 items, card tables and toldling the Commander in Chief of U. S. USAH, Ft. Bragg, N. C.._._17,924 VJ-2 Nov.v. 5 VP-861 ': .
chairs be found in the new .
!{ Pub. Wks. 24 22 91.6 I can Forces in Europe are Capt. Jean- USAH, Indiantown Gap, Fasron 109 VB Operations f

Oper. ...___..... 12 11 91.6 I subsidiary store. Also included in Pa. ?.__._...__.._.._.._.._.......11,736 Pill Fasron Roller 51 VS vs Blood VP-741 Bank
the move were the camera, radio ette L Sustad of Tacoma, Wash. Nov. 6
USNH, Bainbridge, Md..17,647USAH .
Res. Fleet __ 85 77 90.5 VJ-2 FAW-11
Supply .............. 27 24 88.8 ,, and records and Western Union and 2nd Lt. Sara F. McLamore of Camp Breckinrldge, Medico's v v* Special Services

j. O & R ..._.._.._.115 68 59.1 departments.As Warrenton, Fla. Ky ...............".......................17,121 VJ-62 TOUCH FOOTBALL vs Marines ..
1 Green Cove a special feature this year, Although more than 900 Women USAH, Ft. Campbell Ky..l6,438 Fasron 6VPS61 Nov.vsNov. S.Supply '':

; Springs ..._.._ 35 10 28.5 :Miss "Merrie Christmas" will be I Marines served in Hawaii dur- USNH Newport, R. L .......16,613 4 1

I ComFairJax 94 25 .26.5 on hand at the Mainside Exchangeto : ing WWII, none were assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex. _._.15,620 Nevi vs. 5 Marines j

Hosp. -.-..-... 21 3 14.2 assist shoppers in making gift other theaters of operation. Lackland AFB, Tex. ..__15,382 VP-741 Fasron 51 vs Hospital NARTU

;i Cecil FieldEngineers _... 16 1 6.2 selections. Customers may have VJ-62 Nov. C i
vs Fasron 109
..'M' 13 0 0.0 their purchases gift-wrapped fora O & G vi Supply I ,
.. Fla. Mil.' Dlst... 5 0 0.0 small charge. Packages will also Week%OLLKBALI of November, S

j AIM _._.__._.. 4: 0 0.0 be wrapped for mailing if de- ;r:: II t ,. Marines vs Supply

IRD __............. 2 00.0 sired. : ,., y Fasron 109 vs Fasron66
I wS1 VP-741 Bombers VI Special Services
VP-741 Gators V. Fasron 51
I Operations V. Fasron 51
Frostbite VictimRecuperates Special Gator Services :: vP7liab 109VP741

t. VP-861 VI VJ-62
At r ,* Supply 6 vs Or&R:
I H I .

LLI ;' ,. New Light Diesel Engine
Naval .
II HospitalIt's : : wra.y
: '...hi Being Delivered To Navy

hard to think of anyone in ,. ..,, : Detroit, Mich. (AFTS)-A new
Another Chief Petty Officer'swife Florida suffering from Frostbite.But ..
1' :" ':..>: type marine diesel engine, de-
"joined the ranks" in Stock one lad here didn't get his ,: ::,: :...:. ; scribed as the lightest weight unit
Control this week when Carolyn frostbite in Florida, he is one of
of its type in the world, is being
Harrison reported to work. Husband -
many who became a victim of delivered to the Navy.
William O. Harrison, HMC, t
frostbite during the Chosin Res-
The new engine, of allaluminum -
reported for duty recently at the
ervoir campaign in Korea.
construction five to
i ;
Naval Hospital. The couple came Ballard First : '
from Sanford. Sgt. Joseph ___ ; a_ i aro six pounds per horsepower while
Division Battalion pn
Marine 3rd
conventional diesels 15
weigh to
Communications' loss is Supply 7th Regiment, participated in the BACK FROM KOREA-His story of "frozen feet" In Korea
Department's gain in the case of Inchon[ landing in Korea and is gets the attention of nurse Ensign Lois Jonhoene as Sgt JosephW. 20 pounds per horsepower. The
Sylvia Rowe, teletype operator, Ballard, patient at the Naval Hospital, reflects upon his ex- engine has a standardized assem-
now recuperating et the Naval periences while stranded with the First Marine Division In the bly design that permits complete
who transferred in to Services Hospital here. After the Division Chosin Reservoir. Sergeant Ballard knows what men in Korea of most
Branch this week. .Floyd Rho- reached the 38th parallel, ac- face this winter, having participated in the bitter campaign there Interchangeability major

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

Cecil Field. were relieved when the Army

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

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

is now two months old and is son in Oct. 1950," relates Sgt. Washington (AFPS-e n for overseas service, maxi- 1954.

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

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

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

qn a long :weekend. She visited Reds for the first time. On Nov. of the Korean conflictare 1, 1953. Vermont-$120 to veterans;
friends there end relatives in 28 with I not entitled to these New Hampshire $100 to $120 to next of kin. Apply
along my company,
Graceville, Fla. It was a birthday was stranded in the Chosin Res- bonuses. The following list ap- veterans; $100 to next of kin. Veterans State Bonus Divis-

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

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

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

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

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

pected back at work about Dec. 1. continues Massachusetts-$300 to veterans Bureau, Department of Tax: ply State Auditor, Division of
trap, Sgt. Ballard "I
I suffered a bad case of frozen ; $500 to next of kin. Ap- ation and Finance, 1875 North Veterans Compensation, Olym- '

Second Woman Lt. Col. ply to State Treasurer, State Broadway, Albany 4.: pie.
feet. When we reached Hamhung,
House, Boston.Michigan$500. North Dakota-$12.50 each West Virginia Apply De-
I! was evacuated to Pusan end r
Pauline B. Commanding
Beckley, -
veterans; month for stateside service partment of Veterans Affairs :
\ ing Officer of the 3rd Recruit from there transferred to the $500 to next of kin. Apply to and $17.50 each month for P. O. Box 5127, Capitol Station w- ,

Training Bn. of Women Marinesat Division Hospital in Japan. After Bonus and Military Pay Division foreign service. Same to next Charleston. ?

Parris Island, S. C., has been spending several weeks in Japan, The Adjutant's Gen of kin though not less than Alaska-$300 to veterans;
I flown to Hawaii for week
.. promoted to lieutenant colonel. was a eral's Office, Lansing, 1. $600. Apply Office of the Ad. $300 to next of kin. Apply 1
, and then transferred to the
She is the second marineon
Montana-$10 a month for jutant General, Fraine Bar- Commissioner of Veterans Affairs '
active duty to attain that States" to Oakland Naval Hospital stateside service, $15 a month ,racks, Bismark, before Feb. 18, Junuea. k

J -II.

Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 30 October 1952

Novel Idea Sparkplugs Program J II m I Jua ?404
4 4r 4z

Diamondback Does Duty In } WAVE WAYS'

Glynco's Safety Campaign
Leaving the states soon for

NATO Headquarters in Naples,
> i NAAS, Glynco, Ga.-The new commanding officer of the Naval is Beatrice Cope, formerly attached -

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

spark-plugged;: his station's safety and suggestion programs with a Jax can boast of two Wave .
novel safety warning device. .
the "
representatives enhancing ',.J
But first, you have to'know the Dimsdale
Italian shores as Helen
On 19 September 1952, I was FIRST JACK

background' this jungle,- like, just lying around _on the base, The first Navy Jack, with and Beatrice begin their first ,
area at Glynco to understand the
H taking 'my usual, dally jsunbath the rattlesnake spread across overseas tour.
merit of the
IL suggestion. ,and dozing off when' one of the the thirteen stripes, (above), is While Cope prepares for the :

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

GLYNCO, located approximately Painter,slipped up and capturedme. the times when it was created.It threatre, NATTCenter's Dolores oJ..

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

is primarily a lighter-than-air ac- been the other way around. the early colonial flags. The direction to Hawaii and sunny. .

tivity but is rapidly developing-lri- Frankly, the 'only 'reason you rattlesnake motif was used by Waikiki Beach. ')

to a facility of varied missions, In- see me lying'stretched out on a the South Carolina Navy and Another week and again we

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

to. active status and re "h? got lucky! and you can County, Va. ter at 722. From Bainbridge& were: .

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

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

civilian workers and military personnel -I little friendly! hint of warningthis I when that vessel was the flag- ler, Charlotte Hess and J. P.
are arriving daily at Glynco. time. I have many counter- ship of Commodore Esek Hop Bostic.

These people are usually impressed parts around here and we're all kins, whose fleet made a suc- 0 .

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

roundings of the base reservation pen to run across one of us out 'In the Bahamas in 1776. graduate of Dentalman's School

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

undergrowth and heavy woods, a remember that saying they used ing the rattlesnake theme is the NAS Dental Clinic. Phyllis
little east of the to have in the old
Okefenokee Navy- a subject of conjecture. Bowers, YN1, reported to NAS
in the lower "DON'T TREAD ON ME!"
of Georgia
swamp part -
Perhaps its true symbolism for duty from Washington, D. C.
This abounds in fish In applying the above
country approach
is the union of the colonies. last week.
SNAKES ALIVE!-This im- game and many forms of wildlife, Captain Shannon was invoking an
posing: display of a 'snake-skin One writer of the time po'ntsout Omitted in the list of advance-
particularly of the reptilian varie- slogan very popular in the
mounted on a piece of plywood, : "It is curious and amaze ments in rate a few weeks
Is the device used at NAAS ty, or to be more specificrattlesnakes early days of this nation and the ago
ing to observe how distinct and by this scribe were Grace Tra- '
Glynco to bring: attention to and water moccasins. infancy of its regular Navy and
independent of each other
the dangers of snakes at the Marine Corps, as outlined in the the vato, HM1, and Mary Cummings,
Installation.: This diamondback rattles of this reptile are, and HM2. So sorry!
DURING the last few weeks four historical records cited in the cap-
rattler measured five-f e e t, how 'firmly they are united
The Station's Half Gallon
four inches and 11 inches in large diamondback rattlers had tions beneath the two snake flag together One of these rattles
circumference. This idea of pictures. announces two new Wave donors
been killed within the improved '
is of
incapable pro- this week. Joann Windisch
safety presentation was devised of
areas of the station and _. ,
by Capt. Shannon "" ducing a sound, but the ringing Communications and Jean Bech-

(above) CO of the Glynco base. the Captain's attention. Smallest of thirteen together is suf- dolt, MAA. Congratulations are

01 tnese snakes was measured ficient to alarm the boldest bestowed.

to be five feet, four inches in man 'living"SALTY

CREDIT UNION length with a circumference of 11 *

inches. ANP( ) graduates and their respective -

QUESTION BOX schools include
The snake was delivered by the, : PatsyLong
and Vicki Cherubin AT-
I W MIM safety officer, Robert "Tex" Go- ,
\ Memphis Phyllis Costello and
eke to ;
the commanding: officer'soffice
QUESTION: Can Credit Union Jane Blizzard AG-Lakehurst
shares be purchased by mail. for Captain Shannon's per-
Myrtle Neilson PH-Pensacola
sonal observation. Then the idea HUMOR FROM ;
ANSWER: Yes, in the event it is Sue Rye, Jean Dyer Nell Mc
struck Captain Shannon. Why not .
impossible to contact an auth- skin the snake and mount it, with NT naaDllIiO HERE AND THERE Lean, and Joan Barnett, AK-

orized collector agent, or call Jacksonville.
suitable inscription for display as
Soldier: "I can't eat this chick
at the Credit Union Office
a warning to personnel aboard the The coiled rattlesnake on a Scheduled for honorary mem-
en. It must have been born in an
40. Once account
Building an 'station? yellow field, (above)/ bearingat Incubator." bership in Jax Waves' Alumnae

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

turned to him by mail. GREETINGS: who can find that man.
the new Corps of Marines Ike Pryor will follow the western -

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

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

ANSWER: Yes, following the ter known in these parts as type of flag was one of ture on parachute jumping and sey bound. No more grits!
"Diamondback." I've been living concluded: "And if it doesn't
same procedure above and including three designs carried on the op- Your
book well over near Hangar 2 for several flagship Alfred its en up, men, that's what is knownas correspondent Mary Bix-
pass as as on expedition tones
regrets losing the
I years. jumping to a conclusion ." opportunity -
check or money order. to the Bahamas in 1776, of spending another winterin
Just in case you don't know the others being the aforementioned
QUESTION: What is the maxi- Florida, but duty beckons
mum time limit on payment of it-I am a lethal weapon; justas Navy Jack bearing a When a fellow breaks a date, he elsewhere. It's been fun. Thanks

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

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

Branch 126 FRA proper medical treatment right their first expedition, captur- In peace, and fifth in the Ameri-
away. ing guns. and ammunition. can League. '
Gathers Nov. 5 PEe Haeger Tops
: \ E The battleship was in port and
,\f Graduate Class
Solon To I' : visitors were being shown around.

SpeakBranch a Before a bronze plaque on the At AN SchoolMarine

.......... main deck the guide bowed his
No. 126 of the Fleet Re- Private First Class
t head and said: "This is where our
serve Association is holding its gallant captain fell.. Neil C. Haeger topped last.
November meeting at American week's
grduatlng class of 313
A little old lady answered:
Legion Post. 137, Lake Shore sailors and Marines at Airman
"Well, no wonder. I nearly trippedover
.Boulevard, on November 5.
the darned thing Preparatory school with a final
The e anD 0" Branch, as myself. average of 9218.

Branch No. 126 is rapidly becoming A resident of -'
"Well, Jerry has finally married >
known, has as its guest speaker Miami before en-
< q't that terrible redhead., f
for the evening, U. S. Congressman tering the Marine !
"My, my, what got into him?" t
Charles E. Bennett. '
"Buckshot." Corps in'

Friday evening, November 14, March of this :t qf

'Branch No. 126 is holding a Fall "Ah wins" year, Haeger at- 'Y.(/ 1

Dance with Bill Gann's Orchestra, "Whutcha got?" tended Edison 1 .

at the American Legion Post No. "Three aces." High School \)

137. Tickets are available at the v.. AnW.pv..Mpl,wwiiia.t4uJ4w..v.... "No; yuh don't AH wins!" there and "was I ., _

door at $1.00 per couple or from AUTO-PILOT l\IOCK-UP-Comdr. William K. Dunne, execu- "Whut cha gat?" also a student at Haeger ./"

Wilson H. Sandefer at O ft R, tive officer of FaetuLant, Norfolk (leftdiscusses the features of "Two deuces an' the Univ. of Florida for two
a razor.
phone 242 or 8232, and Roy H. the P-l auto-pilot mock-up with Comdr. Herbert S. Klenk, officer- "To sho' does. years. He received his recruit
Jn- hare of FaetuLant Detachment Two located here at NAS. come you
Suberly, Building 622, 8472. Comdr. Dunne was here last ,Wednesday to inspect the local unit. so lucky?" training at Parris Island, 8. Cr



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30 October 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five 6


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

The club will be loaded with j

goblins Friday nightall having -
Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons {
\ a hilarious time at the big

} Halloween party. Get out the old

t' Fasron Six ron AT3 Arthur P. Sterrltt AE3 pirate and gypsy costumes because -
With ; ;
departure of Jim
I Borgia,
there'are be
going to
Daniel E. Burns AE3
; Barry K.
SN for the USS
L,1 Roanoke, the funniestand
Public Information Wilson, AE3; James S. Fox, AD- prizes galore for the ,
squadron office
E3 William R. Nash A03 Thomas most fantastic costumes.
; ; -
; has been left without a scribe..I .
will be noisemakers and
t W. Porch A03 Emmett D. De There
i {
/ A call has been put out for any
AK3 William F Weimer party hats for all.
Witt ; ,
:, V : interested persons ,to check with 6f.
The Revelers will be on hand
AD3 and S. Fox AD3.
.I, ". the personnel officer. Adding, a Murray second greenstrlpeasa '+ $f. P1Sti with their usual fine array of r

'Going with Borgia to the Roanoke -
result of dance tunes. The show goes on
; successfully passing. a
;\ was Lawrence T. Moore
at 2000.
recent Airman exam Ber- .
fy+ ', :,LISN, who operated the mimeoiftS 'nard L. Lukehart and Edward S. The following Chiefs were

> graph machine.. Both men received -
( \1 ( Sobolleskl. elected at the General Assembly .
'il: tyl, orders$ as a result of com meeting 'Monday. Chief A. P. I

f: : pletlon of shore duty. Transferred to VC-62 is Billy E Waren, Jr., to his second term "

'I': ...., In the new additions we find Adklns, AM3, while' Roy E. Bond, as President; Chief "Red" Owen j
that the Norman E. Penfolds have -
second term Board of
AEC, has taken his talents to as J
t.i" a new "edition". Debra Ann Pen- $ Governors member from Com'i'i
NAS, Corpus Christ!, Texas. .
< fold arrived at the maternity ward tic a 3
FairJax Chief Johnson 'his
: sec-
Reporting aboard from the
f : of the Naval Hospital last Friday, 44 ond term as Board of Governors
'''training command and .bringingthe
JT weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces. This
squadron up to' complement in member from NAS and Chief
brought the entire family together. -
Donnelly Board of Governors
officers were Ensigns Roger G.
"Papa" Penfold is presently .
from NATTC.
Anderson and William H. Pierce,
undergoing treatment and is ex- Jr. Adding to the crew's comple- HONORARY REVIEWER-When FaetuLant Detachment Two The new officials extend their

pected to be released in early December ment were: Duane A. Wirick, held its personnel inspection last Wednesday, procedure was some- thanks to all club members for
1 what changed. Chief Otto Simmons (center), who retired last their votes of confidence and
. ', fe AD3; Glen C. Peterson, AM3; and week after 30 years, was given the privilege of inspecting the ,
71" .\ Levie Green, SDS3. A hearty local unit with Comdr. William R. Dunne, of FaetuLant, Norfolk pledge efforts to making the
_ ; VFlOiE.Congratulations welcome aboard to all. '(right). club the biggest and finest of
are in order to ,
them all.
J After being in commission five
Lt. (jg) Bob Hair and Lt. (jg) Record For BrothersThe OttoSimmonsOf
and one-half months the squadron
Henry KrLszamer who'have been
was put through an administrative aircraft carrier USS Center Marine ScoresIn
to the rank
promoted of "Full
P Inspection on October 16. In Princeton claims a record for Jax Faetu
"' Bull". Rifle CompetitionA
return for the effort displayed by the largest number of brothers
Just arriving from NAS Willow : Marine ANP
awaiting (
all personnel the squadron re- serving together on a U. S. Navy
e. Grove, Pa., is Lt. James Hazelwood Finishes 30After School At NATTCenter here,.
ceived an overall grade of "Ex vessel. Thirty-one sets ol
who was formerly with Pfc. Robert C. Sehm, receivedan
cellent". Well done to all. brothers, including one set of spending nearly two and
,.:. Organized Reserve Squadron VF- honorary certificate in the
938.: Welcome aboard! Coming as an aftermath to the four brothers and three sets of one-half decades at sea, Otto D. recent rifle marksmanship com-

/ "' inspection the squadron received twins, are serving aboard the Simmons, AEC, formerly attachedto
A squadron party for all hands petition sponsored quarterly by
Princeton in Pacific waters.
notice that F2H-2 "Banshees" will FaetuLant Detachment Two,
)) was held last Tuesday afternoon. Leatherneck magazine.
soon arrive. The first of these I retired here last week after 30
*" Lt. (Jg) Walter Clarke, who is 'Sehm fired 230 of a possible 1
have already been received by' service.A .
Admiral Moebus years 250 with the winner of the j
f, personnel officer for the squadron contest ;
Fasron 9' and are now being accepted native of Coal Fork, W. Va.,
:' made arrangements for ample having a score of 236. The
by the squadron.Congratulations Simmons first entered the Navyin
1 food and drink. Everyone hada l local Marine was in recruit
Chief of NARTC
to Paul L' 1920 and was discharged after
fine time. An Impromptu "dunk- training at Parris Island, S. C.,
O'Rourke, AE1, for a 6 pound, 9 18 months during which time he I
ing party" for all men advanced in when he fired for competition.
ounce baby boy. Ends Long CareerRear served aboard the destroyer ten-
1:- rate was held and to make the
der USS Black Hawk in the At-
affair a real success all officers '
Seek Entries
Adm. Lucian A. Moebus, lantic. Navy -

N who had been promoted within First Negro Marine Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train- In City Cage Loop
II,. the last six months were escortedto .
Ing, Will end his active service Simmons re-entered and was as-
Flier Gets
the "drink." The squadron survival WingsLt. The first meeting to lay plans
with the Navy after 35 ye\rs. His signed to the flat-top USS Lang- I
officer was on hand to ad- for the Jacksonville City Recrea- 4
Frank E. Peterson, Jr., of
retirement becomes effective November ley in the Pacific where he spent
minister artificial respiration as Topeka, Kan., was sworn in 1.Admiral. 12 years. tion department independent bas- J
was required. ketball leagues will be held I
last Thursday as the first ne- The 1937 saw him with 18 ,
Moebus has been Chief year
Monday Nov. 3 at 2000 at the
Ens. DaveAndrew H.) Brown Marine Corps naval avia- ]
;r" gro of the nationwide Naval Air Re- months shore duty at NAS Lake-
tf-: has left the VF-104 boys for an in- tor. serve Training Command since hurst, N. J. City Recreation office, 311 West "

spired week at NAS Corpus Chris- Peterson was presented his Duval.
In 1940 he transferred to NAS
August 1951. His command included -
:'; tit There's nothing like the scentof commission in a ceremony at that of Jacksonville Naval Key West, Fla., where he put in Navy or civilian teams seek-

-,". perfume, they say, to make a Naval Air Training Station, Air Reserve Training Unit (NAR- commission the diesel electric tug ing tatives entry should send represen- ".,

combat ready! Pensacola, by Adm. J. P. Whit- to Monday's meeting, or
\ person TU), which i is commanded by USS Mankato, and in 41 the con- check Chuck
1'k After several weeks of pacing ney, in charge of Naval Air Bat verted yacht USS Turquoise at with Rogers, phone
Capt. Easton B. Noble.
for information
the floor, Lt. Joseph Bielagur is sic Training. San Juan, P. R. on other .
The admiral will be
proud to announce the arrival of Peterson is the fourth ne- retiring re- meetings. I
lieved J. L. Kane
by Capt. pend-
a bouncing baby boytVF101 Aviator but the first
gro ne- Following the outbreak of World
... ing assignment by the Navy de- ,
to receive commission in
gro a War II he was assigned to NAS
partment of another flag officerto
the Marine Corps from the Na- Trinidad, British West Indies, and
the command. Kane has
:" As a result of the recent fleet- val aviation cadet program at Capt. in 1943 with 3rd Torpedo Squadron
been Chief of Staff to the Ad-
wide competitive examinations, 17 NAS Pensacola. 8 which he helped place In
miral since December 1951. I F
men added an additional stripe or comission prior to boarding the

obtained their first crow. King-Size Broom Does Job carrier USS Intrepid far duty in "

>* With the training department the Pacific. u

working full tilt, the men ad- Sailor Becomes Hero Wins Friends Disembarking from the Intrepidat x.' ar h

vanced in rate were: To first Honolulu, Simmons underwent

class: Paul L. O'Rourke, AE1; extensive torpedo training. It was .
Decks Come Clean Minus Backache
to second class: Lewis R. Clinton during this training that the Car-

PR2; Robert E. Martin, AD2; Courage and steadfastness dis- rier was hit by Jap torpedo bombers. -

Harry F. Holden, Jr., ADE2; Fred- bing, pick-up truck driving, and .
in the face of ob-
erick R. Marz, AD2; Marshall L. played many the right to submit special chitsat In 1944, he went aboard the
K Haight, AM2; to third class: Joseph stacles encountered while givinga all hours and in any number carrier USS Bunker Hill which

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

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

: Marine Sergeant Robert E. Gabbert, SA of aircraft.In r
2 "citation". 1945 it was back to shore '
Weather Squadron a p: .
J road duty at NAS Opa Locka, Miami, '
Gabbert procured a
Upped To WO where he remained until his
sweeper by acting on own
I initiative, learned to operate the transfer to inactive duty in the LH.:

Former Marine M/Sgt. Perry without aid from'others .f latter part of that year. He re-

i A. Irelan, of Marine Aviation De- sweeper and then put the machine into turned to active service in October

tachment, NATTCenter, was promoted operation on the deck of Hangar of 1950.Redesignate.

.. to the rank of warrant off" a

; ficer ceremonies this week. 124.One hundred human backs Atlantic I't

? Irelan, who has been stationed were prevented from becoming Fleet CommandNorfolk
here since February, is now assistant tired, sore and weary by his action -
Va. (AFPS)-The U.S.
to the disbursing officer performed in such an out-

J.f at MAD. Prior to reporting here standing manner that all obser- Navy's Atlantic Fleet cruiser, com- t AFPS

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

1 Ill. bert". battleship-cruiser force, Atlantic, SEEING IS BEL1EVIN'_ .
coincident with the return of the "Mama" Is one name Jeanne ,
: r Warrant Officer Irelan, a vet- This valiant act was given Craine hears more than most t '

.. eran of ten years in the Marine recognition beyond awarding of battleships USS Wisconsin and Hollywood actresses. This ,
t1.kJ Corps, served in the Pacific during the citation from Lcdr. Lloyd L. .., USS New Jersey to Atlantic dI- bundle of talent and beauty ,

1 World War II for 2 years, DeLatour, executive officer of "" visions. has four children all boys- i

Island VJ-2 when a squadron committee Robert Gabbert, SA, of VJ- The present cruiser commander and can still match her figure .
J including the Solomon I
2 his '"medal" whlehdau&les those of
wears Rear Adm. against many young u
He conferred on Gabbert the I James H. HollowayJr.
and Cape Clouster campaigns. from his neck on a new starlets. Her latest role was .

was attached to the 11th Marines. privileges of.hangar'deck scrub- fiber rope. ., will assume command. in "O Henry's Full House". ;'f i





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r--- :: JAX AIR NEWS 30 =r.-'I:

Fasron Six No. 1.

Holds Sway In

Bowling ActionAdding

a pair of four-point
victories to its already bulging
lead, Fasron Six No. 1 maintained
'I. domination of the NAS intra
mural bowling league last week
as the field of competing teams .

was narrowed to 13.
Forfeits again marred the
The collegiate week's play, but teams failing to
!week-end with play have been dropped from

as the race for the schedule and only those
matches with regular playing entries
Day bowl
will be staged through the
> It's the time
remainder of the season.

second guessing A trio of keglers made entry

come in early into the select 200 club. Crevar,
Rose Bowl. FAW ll rolled 208 while VJ-
---- ----- a ,
fornia to host 'EM GATORS-VP-741's Gators, currently resting In 2's Schoder posted a 210 anda
in the Miinslde intramural
volleyball loop, mix It
State is serving In Hangar 123 courts. Action was fast and lively, but 219 to pass the.coveted goal.
not be disposed of their adversary for their 11th win in a Clifford of Fasron 109 counted
a .
folds. A special

meet the Trojans, Fasron Six Cantrell ScoresIn

a crime to deny Stealing Weekly Grid

Sugar Bowl. *
in South Bend, Pick ContestIt

the fourth time in In Mainside Play took only 75% correct answers

Georgia Tech. in the Football Special to
big one this of forfeits in win last week as Conley Cantrell,
placed by sport at Main- Team A01, of Fasron Six, and Jesse Harvey
Wes Lost
Orange Bowl. away much of the Fasron u o SN, of A/C Maintenance,
However, if Duke surrounds the VP-741 Gators, :I.I.!:::."..:.::".. II 1 I tied for first .
place with five miss-
Fasron 109 _.!....-n., 9 31
choice here with as each fall sport, O&R 9 3
VP-741 Bombers i !::..". .!...".. 8 4 Cs-
from the toward the
Cantrell emerged the winner by
Cotton Bowl. Iron :Man Trophy, TOICII FOOTBALL
STANDINGS virtue of a tloser guess on the tie
dethroned by TCU in participating Team \\on Lost breaker but a deadlock for third
NARTU ................... 9 o
against Duke. Fasron 109 ........,......... 7 1 place was not broken between
the meeting of opened with five Fasron Six ................. 7 1 Thomas Mattalr, ATC, of FasronSix
Supply ..... ...... ..... 6 1VP741
tian last Jan. 1. a close last week o .. ....: ....... 3 I and Don Shipman, AA, ofNATTCenter
::.....::.:.:.:.. .. : i 4
Gator Bowl. winner on a 21. Hospital. .......... .....;; 3 6 I Special Services.
tors in their I second place, two
but was Fasron Six and
lief that here was with 14 points, was FOOTBALL SPECIAL

seen in a long time.The SELECT TilE WINNERS
Gators' Concludes
; Long, was getters were the Games of Saturday, Nov. 1

1 state by Florida the full Sched (Home teams in right column)
Gators against with the oth
1 were listed as Cornell ..._......_._.._............vs...._._._..._.._..... Columbia
Dartmouth _....._._........._VB-._._..._...._..___..._... Yale
Coach Dave a chance to Navy ..........................._.....vs.......__.........._.... Notre Dam
the weekly title wrap Penn State -.-...._._..._.....vs....._.._....__._ Pennsylvania
night along with competition.'I. with VP-741.yester Re- Pittsburgh S.-----------_......vs..-.-.-....-._._._...
mez and city grid meeting were not : Michigan ..._._..___.....ws....---__....__....__Illinois
Introduced by time. The Re Nebraska _..__....._........vs..._._....___.._.....__ Missouri
dale told the large first Ohio State ......--...----...vs.---.._....__..Northwestern
having to face a 50 last a week, place post Oklahoma A. & 1\1. _._._...vs................._..__.___.__ Tulsa
and there is no 13.12 Michigan State -....-......... .__.._.__..______... Purdue
a service team is margin on Georgia -......_...._.._.----.vs.....-_______...-.Alabama .

college." Georgia Tech -.._._.........vs...____....._.._...__....... Duke
Tight L. S. U. -.-......_._.___...vs.........._.._......_..... Mississippi
Georgia Tech last week saw Hos Baylor ....-.-.-.--..___.......vs.-. ._........_._........_... T. C. U.
beaten this Fasron Six and S. 1\1. U. ...--....-.._..___...vs........_...._..____........ Texas
the others for our a similar win U. C. L A. --....._.._..._. ._.._.._...._....._.. California
turn to the win ; Arkansas --...-..-.-..-..-...vs....._____.._._.Texas A. & 1\1.\
contention in the ; to have the Wisconsin .........__.._.......V8......._____.._._.__...._.. Rice
Rice to maintain a ; within reach, have Auburn ..._..._......_......_...vs_........__._.._...._... Florida
two touchdowns ; in a dozen Jax Navy -_..-_...........vs..__...._.._..... 1\1CAS, Miami
ble with Illinois; ; place, with an
Notre Dame to ; the VP-741 Ga (Predict the score of this game)

an eastern rivalry
Navy --.-..--..-.__.._...vs__.._._..__._ Notre Dame

Followin the Now
to this department Name Rate/Rank.
:weights. Trip
Outside of \ Unit
Assigned To
marathon will be

sored event and is ; RULES

Golf pro Jack .
for the winter and number of 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choice
will be in good it is an' of each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you select
to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the names
that Bob Wallace a rooting party
of teams you think will play to a tie score.
great job in Ga., on Nov. 8, 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
Baseball manager Navy Fliers play count as losses unless predicted.
a tour of duty Junior College un 3. In the space provided below Indicate the score of the
j 2000. game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
Saturday (straight ) the most nearly correct score will win the contest.
Ens. Tom Wood, a .to and from the 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con-
sistant to the station at 1700, sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indi-
f' cating the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
V. Donahue
free of charge 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
; schedule, boxing There will be no any reason it Is automatically excluded from the contest final
;' 1 departed with the personnel at ratings.
f. "The Goslings have addition a special 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
I Friday to the Jax Air News Office in
the Special Services Build-
to set all
go some. to beat aside for ing, 930.
the trip. 7. All military and civilian personnel with the exception
They'll do it requested that de tes of personnel. of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con-
a half of and unit athletic offi
8. Only to
one entry each person will be allowed.
send anything and forward 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
record-The Services Office, ex Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. J.
tive extra points to NoV. 3, the TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
I coach Mary from their First prize Is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy
, comes to getting who desire to at- Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
third is
tough City League prize a two-dollar merchandise chit.



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I -1

SO October 1952 JAX Am NEWS Page Seven ,

Additional Cuts Ring Squad Takes MeasureOf

For Cage SquadBasketball Green CoversJimmy

practice continued t a.t Visiting

Mainside gym this week will

nightly conditioning drills nd John' clear cut decision in the heavyweight class, last

fundamentals taking Its toll ot th bout of the evening, was the deciding factor in Jax Navy's 4-3 victory

original number who reported Oct over an outclassed squad of Green Cove Springs leather wielders -

13. in the NATTCenter auditorum last Thursday

Coach Frank McCaffrey said he with
Johns entered the ring sharp one-two punch that gave
would make another squad cut John Dale, 189-pound Boston ring him the nod over Jim Rodriquiz
later in the week, reducing the 36 master, needing a win to break at 134.

man unit to 28. "This will allov the 3-3 deadlock. The hardpunching -
The Fliers' Jerry Deley, 147,
working with a varsity and junior Tampa lad responded with the
the mentor added squeezed a win over Doug Said-
varsity, Navy one-sided victory to give CoachAl
Cove victoriesat
law between Green
"and I'll go with that numb e r Mueller's charges the match.
the 135 and 156. Green Cover Oscar
through season.
S Harper Decisions Mitcham Albaugh decisioned Ronnie
Need JV Coach
Bernard Harper stepped throughthe Burnsworth and Bob; Schaefer
:McCaffrey related he was stil
ropes at 128 for Jax Navy in took the decision from Calvin
looking for a coach to handle the
the opening bout of the eveningand Hornback to record the foes' in-
varsity. Interested -
Junior personnel
should contact him at tin JAX HEAVY HARASSES FOE- Jimmy Johns, Jax Navy's was a real surprise by easily itial wins.

earliest possible time. talented heavyweight throws a right cross at John Dale, Green out-pointing his Green Cove Split With SavannahA
Cove Springs Navy, in their melee at NATTCenter auditorium foe, Don Mitcham. Gator swinger, Wetherly
The heavy work was schedule I last Thursday. Johns copped the decision as the Fliers took four Frank Carpenter made it two
Fisher the victim of Green
to get underway this week-end of seven, bouts from the visiting sailors. The locals trek to Pen- in a row for the locals with a Cove 170-pounder George Tamer
sacola tonight.
Handicapped with only one goal
in the closest match of the eve-
in the Mainside gym, the work .
outs may be shifted to NATT AE Students Top I' ning.
A scheduled bout between
Center Saturday and Sunday.
Lumpkins and Ted O'Neal of
LsflweU May Return Intramurals AtNATTCenter
Green Cove at 170 was postponed.
"It's still to early to form any:
the McCaf SportsFliers Earlier in the week the
real ideas on squad, w
frey commented, "but I'm sun I locals kept a capacity crowd
I of fight fans on their feet when
that Don Laswell will help us
Student Electricians NATT they traded leather with the South
when he returns to Jacksonville ir
Side Athletic Club and the Pete
I dominationof
continued their
December. (Laswell, 6-3, wa!
both of Savannah.
City Gym,
with the Fliers last season and is: the Intramural sports front.last
currently on a Med cruise with held their lead In The evenly matched bouts saw
as SSAC and Jax split on team
his squadron). Donaldson 27-0
touch football and bowl- Trip ;
4 both the .I points. Both teams gained single
ing loops. 'decisions while two others ended

65 CompeteIn M/Sgt. Kernodle of the ANP) with no decision.Pistolmen.
Trek To Miami SaturdayA .
Ships Company rolled the high w
Annual game and series of the season to Annex

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

Links PlayWith 253 game and 602 series. The Corps Air Station of Miami, will afford the Jax Navy Fliers a Individual HonorsIn

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

an entry list exceeding 65, Company, 2519-2190, in a toughieand when the inter-service foes clash in the sunshine city Saturday.A .
the Annual Fall Cup Tournament, came back later in the weekto 1400 kickoff is on tap.

under full handicap, got underway bounce Personnel, 2t902178.The Navy rode the crest of victory George Kinnear will open a1 an old story with a new

on the NAS links last week. In Marines moved from fifth I last week over Donaldson Air fullback> for the split-T operating setting: Jax Navy's pistol shooters -

addition, 16 women are vying for place to a second place tie in the Force Base, 27-0, on the portside Fliers and will be flanked bI> win again.

laurels In one-flight competition. alley standings by sweeping games tosses of Harry Stuldreher and Larry White and Spang. The Florida state pistol champions

Men's play has been divided into from ABC Maintenance and the the bruising gallops of the Two QB's Available"I led by John Lucas and Bob

four flights and results have AO Students. Deadlocked for the Bloomington Bullet, D art ell Stringer, walked off with individual -
been posted fQr the first round of runnerup spot with the Leather- Spang. haven't got a first string honors in two recent matches,

play in the top bracket. Erwin necks is Supply. quarterback," Coach Barksdale the 5th District Florida Peace Officers

Scott defeated Steve CornieulUon,, the AE stu- Much Improved"We forwarded "I've got two. Both Pistol Shoot at Orlando and,
In the grid loop
the matches. were a much improvedteam Jack Bishop and Stuldreher are Pistol cham-
3 and 2, in one of early dents own a firm grip on first the Tampa Range
," Dave Barksdale the Navy capable of full time duty but pionships.

Additional first flight results place, having gone encounters.In undefeated. mentor commented Monday, I'll split the assignment.as I see Lucas and Stringer combined
list Bob Wallace over E. Beck, 4 through second place with a 5-1-2 rec- "and I believe we'll be able to necessary." at Orlando on Oct. 22 to outshoot

and 3; Judd Pearson over Jim Services-1st Lleu- hold our own against the Ma- Stuldreher has I 17 two-man teams from allover
Gray, 4 and 3; P. Gardner over ord Is Special rines this week. I've seen their proven more 1 .{ j/1':" .,. the: southern area with a 575: total,

Fred Kindsvater, 1-up; Earl tenants.: >v roster and heard reports which adept with the r":' : :. 4 out pointing their nearest rival by
indicate we'll be ,able to take !f w. j>}\ Yt
Brooks over Larry Rouse by de- TOUCH FOOTBALL STANDINGS throwing arm / 36 points.
fault, and Tony lalzzl over Harold : Team Was Loot Tied them. But we're not regarding this season while i .} Earlier in the month the local
........... 8 0 0 "
AE School .
Boswell, 1-up, in 19 holes. II 5.S. 1st. Lt. .......... 5 1 ::2 them too lightly. I Bishop appears ... ;1\: aggregation swept all classes at
Lester Platt and Tony Truse : AK School<< ....... 5 :2; 01C 1 The Barracudas have been de- to handle himself f the Tampa Pistol Range. Lucas
Maintenance ...... 4 2
hold favorite roles In the second I Supply 5 II 0uarlnes feated only once this season, a : better on \ l and Stringer were high masters,
I :::::::::::::: 4 1 ,
flight, while Capt. Julius Early AO Ships Company... 4 4 0 14-6 setback at the hands of the the ground. This I.;.. \!. .,i while Allan Johns won every

and Jim Mauldin in the third flight I Personnel School ............. 3::2 4 1::2AO University of Miami B team. In duo has been instrumental Kelley match In the Center Fire sharpshooter

and Dick Donahue and Dave Cole- I. ANP( ) Ships Company. 2 5 1 three other outings the fleet along division with Ben Prestona
...... .. 0 6 ::2
AN(P) School the
man claim similar tags in their I footed Marines romped past the with Spang, in engineering close second.

respective brackets. BOWLING STANDINGS Miami All-Star Trojans twice, Fliers' two wins to date. Melvin Bell had too much class

AE ream School...........Was 18 Lost 3 Pia 25suppsy 20-6 and 59-0, and edged Seward James Arnold, a trim built I for the Experts and walked off

AN P Ships .::::::::::::: 14 15 : 19aIa,1nes 19Personnel Air Force Base of Oak Ridge, southern gentlemean has who been doesn'tmind a.. with individual laurels.
( ) contact
.t 8 UAO Tenn., 12-6. close .
.?4P) School.\ ::::::.. U 9 standout on defense for the Need Coach "
Ships Company... 11 10 15 Jax Navy escaped injury Volleyball ?
Co. Pacing 5.S.-1st. Lt. .Co. ..... 10 9 11 9 13 against Donaldson and will enter Fliers. His job will be made A call has been issued for all I

.NP'ScMaintenance) Ships .:.:.:.:. 8 12 g 12 the Miami fray at full strength. easier with the return of and Wilton Tom personnel E Interested in playing 4
Dick Offringa
VolleyballersInterest .... "'W" ......w..... Barco, with the station's varsity volleyball ..
'' '
'" ,". .: .':..Z',,:":: .: : ":,,,.,: \y" O'Donnell. Knoisen and team. In addition a coach
to mount in : ; Newcomers Ken '
continues :. Is needed. If you can fill either
the NATTCenter intramural volleyball I .,,' Billy Davis will bolster the of these billets please contact Special .,

loop where ANP) Ships Navy's front seven who'll have Services, extension 593. {

Company remained undefeated their hands full with the swivel-
five Deadlockedin hipped corps of Leatherneck ozone in the wanning minutes ;
through games. '
md connected with Harry Year-
second place with one loss in runners.
six outings are AO Ships Company No Trouble With Donaldson gin for a 50 yard pitch that carried

and AE School. Saturday's tussle shapes up as to the Donaldson 10.

The Student SC spikers rang up meeting of Jax Navy's aerial Passes Click

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

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

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

Anyone having time off betweenthe R little more than a light scrimmage one.: Bob Batson arched two of

hours of 1100 and 1230, Mon- as the Air Force eleven was hree: extra points through the J

day through Friday, is invited to unable to dent the Navy 30 and ross: bar while Bishop added the \\1

drop by Building 513 to witness could: offer little defense against .hird.

the intramural competition. Stuldreher's well aimed tosses It was strictly no contest from {i ;

Standings: ZT and the break-away runs by he opening kickoff, but it \\

Team W. t. Spang. wasn't until the second period

ANH AO Ships)t Ships Company Company....:::::: 5 5 1AC }0 HOW TO BUST 'EM-Showing the form that helped win the Spang crashed the pay window hat the Fliers were able to ;

AE School Maintenance, ';::::::::::: 4 5 1 Open Five Man Team Championship and Service Championshipat twice; on spurts of 29 and 20 ash: in for a touchdown. Numerous
) 3 2 the recent Gainesville apnual skeet shoot for lax Navy Is yards and passed to Larry White penalities thwarted Navy .
.1'o Lt, :::::::.:::::::::: 2 4AAKriSeheol' left
2 < Gordon Teets (right). Teets teamed with Ken Fendergras ( ), for a touchdown that spanned 17 scoring threats throughout the Jn{ |
:::::::::.::::::::: 0 4 to garner the two-man title and tie the world's record with asparkling' took to the '! I
Students 0 4 yards. Stuldreher ame.
ANP Medical) .......:::::::::::::: 0 9 200 x 200. ,



Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 October 1952

Part II Of 'NavCad Program I

mmmD. A Pilot Must Be Able
(Items offering for sale articles Navy

of property such as washing machines -

dios, ,clothing automobiles and, furniture the like, are ra- To Fly Hither Thither YonThis

prohibited by Defense Department ,

regulations. This column l will,
l ( Is the second of a seriesof
however, list such services I as ceives to prepare for the days
three" articles depicting the
available housing, rides wanted United State Naval 'Air Reserve when a cadet becomes pilot of his .',A, )
and lost and found articles or oth-
Training Program, identified as own plane.
er similar notices.)
the NavCad). With four months of pre-flight
ON HIS OWNIn behind, the NavCad'a big day is
Furn. 4-rm. house, $65 mo. 5111
6 the preceding article was described fast approaching. Basic flight
Firestone. Ph. 2-1248, Mrs. L.
the current Naval Cadet training commences. He receives
0. Arnold.
Training Program set up by the 22 hours dual instruction flights
1 rm., 2804 Waller. Ph. 2-7687,
Navy to train young men for in the SBJ "Texas" trainer, andis
:Mrs. S. A. Pinholster.
places 1 in the cockpits of jets, ready to go it alone. The SNJis
2 rm. apt., $12 wk., 953 Market.
fighters, and bombers require- now used as a basic trainer because
Ph. 3.7139, Mrs. Shannon.
ments that must be met to qualify it best incorporates all
Sing and dble. rms., 953 Market.Ph. .
and the pre-flight training he re- equipment, such as flaps, retractable
3-7139, Mrs. Shannon
gear and controllable propel
Furn. 5 rm. apt., 2636 Myra. Ph.
lers, that all combat and Navy op..
7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. Vermopt Michigan
eration aircraft have
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 962 Hamilton. Authorize
Payment .
Ph. 2-2809, Mrs. Pitcher.
Furn. 2 bdrm. house. Ph. 112-93423 Of K-Vet Bonus However, having passed this I

milestone, this is only the begin
or 7-7975, Mrs. Thornton.
Washington (AFPS) Two
Furn. 3 bdrm. house, 6115 Com- ning for the new man of the air.
states, Vermont and Michigan,
modore Drive. Ph. 6-4050, Mr. There remain many things for t''
have authorized next of kin bonuses
him to master aerial acrobatics,
Rogers. for veterans of the Korean -
Unfurn. 2 bdrm house, 4369 Long- conflict. Vermont also master precision work, dive bomb

fellow, $65 mo. Mrs. Mary Mo- provides a bonus for veterans. ing and gunnery, cross country
navigation and, finally, aircraft
bley. The state of Michigan is pay
Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., available Nov. ing a $500 bonus to the next of carrier landings, the most difficult
task of all. But he
when has
1, 1117 S. McDuff, Mrs. J. Cor- kin of any deceased Korean
practiced day and night, studied
bin. veteran. This bonus will con
Unfurn. 4 rm. apt., 627 Edison tinue until the Korean conflict day and night, and practicallylived

Ave. Ph. 4-2318, Mrs. Herring. ends. all these things from dawnto

house. Ph. 88- dusk for eight months, he finds
Unfurn. 3 bdrm. Honorably discharged veterans

9491, Mrs. John Roberts. from enlisted status, himself emerging the complete
master of his SNJ
1 rm., Murray Hill, 4508 College. who are residents of the state plane.

Ph. 8-6634, Mrs. Nudelman. of Vermont receives $10 for *

Share home with couple. Ph. 88- each month of duty up to a Now, feeling more sure of himself -

7306, Mrs. Erickson. maximum of $120. Next of behind the controls of his

1 bdrm., Lakeshore. Ph. 2-7216, kin of men killed In action bird, the Cadet is ready for advanced

Mrs. LeG rant. I receive $120. Next of kin flight training, where big

,t Furn. 3 rm. apt., 725 Rosselle St., I of veteran who die after discharge ger, heavier, and faster service

Mrs. Frazier I will receive the type planes, such as fighter and

Furn. 4 rm. apt., 725 Rosselle St., amount named by his serviceIn patrol bombers, rule the airways.One .

Mrs. Frazier. I. Korea. flier may prefer the two.

Furn. 3 rm. cottage, $37 mo., Air- The American Legion is back- engine aircraft, or the four engine

base Trailer Park. Ph. 2-5410, ing a bill in the State legisla- while another the single-en..

Mrs. Schulz. I poppers.'W ture of West Virginia to auth- gine carrier plane as the type he'd

Couple to chare 11 rm. home, $25 orize a Korean bonus to veter- like to pilot as his "baby" in the

mo., Jax Beach, 411 3rd Ave., N. ans. blue horizon. Here is where the

Ph. 5-4849, Mrs. Hansen. I I NavCad program offers a choiceto

Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $125 mo. Ph. the cadet flier who wishes to

8-6600 after 5 p.m., Mrs. Bowin. Membership Open In specialize, in keeping with i the

Furn. 2 bdrm. house, Murray Hill, Jax Male Chorus needs of the service, of course.If .

$95 mo. Ph. 2-8580, Mr. Graham. he chooses a multi-engine

Furn. 5 rm. house, 3934 McGirts, Sustaining memberships In the plane, he puts in 150 more hoursof
Jacksonville Male Chorus for the
FOR SALE air time, finally qualifying for

-GI equity in 3 bdrm house, un- coming season may be purchasedat assignment to a Fleet Air Wing.
t substantial the
furn., :C025; W. 16th St. Ph. 6- a savings over .
season's ticket
4629, Mrs. J. D. Mears. prices. Should he choosethe single-en
Memberships recipient
8 bdrm. house 4634 Pinewood Rd.
to two reserved seats for the gine fighter, he logs 115 hours in

Ph. 83-9917, Lcdr. Regan. November and December concertsof the air, then returns to Pensacol:
Equity in 35 ft. house trailer, 2 for additional .
the Womens Civic Chorus and an two weeks qualifying
bdrm., or trade equity in 2 or in carrier-deck landings for
the Jacksonville Male Chorus
; re-
3 bdrm. house, lot 68, Azalea in
subsequent duty an Air Group
well the
spectively, as as May con-
Trailer Park, Chief Carver of the Fleet.
MISCELLANEOUSLady ; cert of the combined choruses.For .

; additional Information, con- In all of this advanced training,
driving to San Francisco, on
tact Lawton Green, extension 355; navigation and more navigationis
or Nov. 15. Rm. for one,
share expenses. Ph. 7-4156 after Francis R. Gardner, extension 433, stressed. A Navy pilot has to be

5 p.m., Faith Berrier. I or Lt. Scharfe, extension 213. I able to( fly hither, thither, and yon,
here to there, and back again, over -
Lo&t--Wallet between Anchorageand
seemingly endless miles of wa
NATTC. Ph. 787 or 253, N.
ter without the aid of landmarksand
J. Rolnstad.
be a con s. Refinements in
Riders wanted from Lakeshorearea
bombing, gunnery and carrier
0730 to 1630. Ph. 515, Mr.
McDaniel. landings (for single engine and ,

jet pilots) are learned during these
Riders wanted to West Va., Oct.
four months training.
3031. Preferably female. Ph.
SNow .
88-9491, Mis. John Roberts.

3 Riders wanted, Newnan St. and 18 months of flight train
ing have been completed. The successful
Monroe, 0645 to 1630. Ph. 4-

9286, or Ext. 404, Joe Buchanan. NavCad now has the thrillIng .

Baby sitter, 2031 Herschel St. Ph. experience of having his Wingsof

75901ISS' Cecile Bowen Gold pinned on, branding hima

Baby sitter, day, evening or weekends new Navy Ensign or Marine
Second Lieutenant a fully com
Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. :
missioned pilot.

Waves Open Drills tc.v How he fits into this potent
Y force will be discussed in the third

For Cage CampaignNightly t and final article of this series

basketball practice for next week.

the Waves is being held Mon- ; Young men Interested In obtaining

day through Thursday, 1830- more details about the Nav

1930, in the Mainslde gym. All Cad program may inquire at the

interested candidates are urgedto Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
Presentation of five and 10-
report. to six: Navy Fuel Depot em- Training Unit and arrange an Interview .

Coach L a v au n Eckles announced Fred Cofer Jr. officer-In-charge with Lt. R. E. Ilanna,

that transportationwould Somers, superintendent. Re- NavCad Procurement Officer for

be available at the Waves ( to right), Sam Bolden, Noble the South-Georgia, North-Florid
row (left to right), Walter
barracks, 722, taking the girlsto : Ellis, Bryant Pickett and Lt. area. AN inquiries will be answered

and from the gym. courteously and expertly.