Bill Dorsey Reports to Naval Air Station
CALL OFFICERS FROM Mo. A varsity football plaver at DDC1 Cl IfUT CfHAAI 1 rVL-I LlUni uLllUULIfor Athens. Ga., July 17 ( ins >—A nouncement was made today of the j transfer of three officers from an, U. S. navy pre-flight school Athens. Lt. (JG) William A. Dorsey, of Martins Ferry, Ohio, will report to the naval air station at St. Louis, Manhattan, he was named on the eastern all-star team in 1939 . previously previously he had attended the University University of Pittsburgh and the U. S. Military Military Academy. Following his graduation graduation in 1939. he coached high school football and enlisted in the navy as a chief specialist before bein£ commissioned. Lt. (JG) J. W. Patterson, who also goes to the naval air station at St. Louis. Is a native of Hillsboro, Tex. Lt. (JG> Carl F. Heintel, of Williamsport, Pa., has been assigned to the naval air station at Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minn.