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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1954
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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F Construction To Begin Next Year



Approve Funds For Jax :





Helicopter Repair Facility.Funds .


have been released for a 31h! -mi11ion-dollar helicopter repair facility, which will
be a part of the Overhaul and Repair department at NAS Jacksonville.
,
Originally appropriated by Con Naval District Public Works Of. tant on the East Coast, due to
e gress in 1953, the money has ficer at Charleston, S. C., will ask its central location within the
received the of the
now approval for bids on the project soon. area of helicopter activity. Long.
Executive Branch, and it is anticipated
ACCOHDINfl TO CAPT. Wellington range ferrying of helicopters is
!
that construction will
T. Hines, 0 & R officer, not practical, and it was necessary -
begin early next year, NAS Jacksonville was chosen to to place the overhaul baseto

Drawings and specifications are house the new Navy helicopter good advantage for short haulsIn

almost completed, and the Sixth repair facility, tho most impor- moving the aircraft from the
user to repair and back again.At .
'COPTERS-Capt. present, the Overhaul and
Wellington T. Hines, Overhauland
Repair officer (right), ex. Repair department is engaged in
plains the present helicopter limited repair work on hellcop-
repair schedule now being; accomplished xnj1tiisVOL. ters within its shops. However,
in 0 & R shops to J1EI the new facility will undoubtedlymean
Comdr. Ira N. Curtis, Public
Works officer. With the releas. : an increase in work loud
Ing of funds for a new 3h! -million over the next few years.
dollar helicopter repair facility THE NKW: BUILDING will .occupy
this schedule will be
100,000 square feet on the
next upped few many years.times Construction over the is 12-No. 32 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 4 November, 1954 grounds adjacent to and on the

expected to get underway early southwest corner of Building 101,
next year.Carrier. the main 0 & R building. This

: area is now used for 0 &: R park.

MidwayDue Comdr Myers Ing, and for the Parachute Loft,

which will be movefl across the

At# Mayport ? "a' sheet on the southeast corner.

Takes Over The central structure will be

!500 x 200 feet, with a 45-foot
Next WednesdayThe overhead, and will include two

aprons and a shop facility in the
giant carrier USS Mid Exec Post
rear. There also
arc plans for a -
way will make its third visitto
whirl-test stand for
testing helicopter
Jacksonville when it ties up
at Ma'I: >ort next Wednesday Comdr. John Neville Myers, rotors, which will be located
Nov. 10.Although. former commanding officer behind- Building 101.

it marks the third of Airborne Early Warning Com'1r. Ira N. Curtis, Resident

trip here for the Midway, she Squadron Two (VVV-2)) at Officer In Charge of Construction,
will try for the first time to NAS Patuxent liver, Md., has has revealed that the 3'i! million

dock at the pier at Mayport.In assumed his duties as execu- dollars will cover the entire cost

her two previous trips, in tive officer of the Naval Air of the project, including the clearIng .

Oct. 1953 and Dec. 1953, the Station.The of the site, construction work,
Midway anchored off the jet. new executive officer took and additional utilities and equip.
ties. over his assignment last Friday ment. lie also Judged that the

Open House has been plan.. from Comdr. John D. Blitch, who construction would take at leasta

ned for Veterans Day (Armistice reports to Stewart Air Force year, and would probably not
Day) Nov. 11. The publicis Base, Newburg, N. Y. as commanding get underway until the Spring of
cordially invited to visit the officer, Naval Component 1955.) :

bhip on that day. Eastern U. S. Continental Air THIS NEW HELICOPTER
NEW NAS EXEC TAKES OVER- Comdr. John N. Myers Defense Command.
Commanded by Capt. Rey facility is part of the overall expansion
commanding officer of Airborne Early Warning
(left, formerly
nold D. Hogle, the USS Midway Squadron Two at Patuxent River, Md., officially relieved Comdr. COMIHI. MYEUS\is a native of program within the Ov .
is expected to remain in John D. Blitch seated) as executive officer of the Naval Air Sta Michigan City, Jnd., where ho attended (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 2)
Jacksonville waters for 10 days tion. Comdr. Blitch has been assigned to the Eastern U. S. Continental Isaac C. Elston High i

conducting operations, which Air Defense Command. __ School before entering Werntz
will have some Fleet Air Jack. Preparatory School I, Annapolis, Air News One Day

sonville units as participants. Ten Changes Md. He is a graduate of the Naval Early Next WeekDue
Clothing Class '
Academy, of 38, with to the Nov. 11 legal
the commission of
Ensign. holiday, the Jax Air( News will
PW Engineers In After duty aboard the USS be published one day earlier
I
Conference HereCivil Under Consideration New Mexico, he attended flight I next week, on Wednesday November
school at NAS Pensacola, wherehe I 10.Deadline.

Engineer officers from Ten Navy clothing changes were considered at a meetingof was designated as Naval Avia for copy will be
Public Works departments of all the permanent Naval Uniform Board, which met in the tor In April 1911. During World moved up to Monday 1200.

Navy activities in Northeast ,Florida Bureau of Naval Personnel October 26. War II he served as assistant Deadline for pictures will remain

and South Georgia convenedat Among items considered was a operations officer on the Staff, the same at 0800 Mon.
NAS Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon proposal to reinstate individual with the glowing spray on uniforms Chief of Naval Ah' Training and day. Command and subunit

for a conference on a ship-name cap ribbons for enlist.. for Navy personnel assigned then on Staff, Commander Mari; public information offices are
Maintenance Cost Control Pro ed personnel afloat. The wearingof as guards, sentries and traffic anas and Governor of Guam, from requested to cooperate on the
directors. The aim is to solve
gram. such ribbons on flat hats was the visibility problem of dark (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) early deadlines.
Capt. Eugene J. 'Peltier, AssIstant previously rejected because of the Navy clothing.The .
Chief for Maintenance and
"complexities of logistics, expense
Material for the Bureau of Yards to the Individuals, and smalluse question of permitting
and Docks, Washington, D. C., Navy officers serving in Washington
of blue hats by enlisted per.
to wear civilian clothes
conducted the meeting and out
lined plans for the program, which: sonnel." during, regular working hours
is being instigated Navy-wide in ALTHOUGH THE BOARD was was discussed briefly, but a final I
decision has not been made.
order to have standardized
a not scheduled to decide if flat '
method for controlling expenditures Comfort, morale and tradition f .t
hats for EM's should be treated
throughout the Navy. in peacetime were arguments for f
Capt. Peltier will be remembered with a re.tro-reflectlve spray that the wearing of civilian clothes, iivo
will make them "shine in the
but those against the change ar-
as a former Public Works "
dark, local commands have been
]
officer at NAS Jax. given authority to experiment (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))


I Hurricane Hunters Record Busiest Season'I sV




The 1931 hurricane season are still being felt. Picked up by Hazel almost continuously from r. __ ._ ;
officially has little more thana the "Hurricane Hunters" of Jax the time the storm was first located h

week remaining, but records on Oct. 5 in the Carribbean, Hazel on Oct. 5 until the storm
already compiled by Air. has gone doWn in the weather passed inland at Myrtle Beach,
borne Early Warning Squadron log as one of the worst storms S. C., on Oct. 15. Fliers of VW-4

Four (VW-4)) "Hurricane of the century. were aloft tracking Hazel an
Hunters" indicate that if it HAZEL CAUSED SOME 130 average of 223y out of each 24 1

has not been the busiest f deaths and untold millions of dollars hours during that period, break "SHOOTING HAZEL" -
During
a. penetration flight 'by the
storm season on record, it in damage. It will take some ing all records for aerial observation Hurricane Hunters of Jacksonville's VW-4 into Hurricane Hazel's
may go down in history as one time for many cities to recuperate of a tropical storm. They stormy area, technical photos were made by these two squadron
of the most violent. from its effects. flew a total of 21 missions and members. Burbank Mitchell, PIIAN, works the K-20 camera
Effects of the last In the list The "Hurricane Hunters" of obtained a total of 148 fixes dur. through a starboard porthole in the aft position, while A. I. Ma..
this AOAN, steadies himself This photo was actually taken during
of eight tropical storm, Haxel l, Sax kept en eye on the "eye" of (Please Turn to Pare X, Col. 5) I flight, when winds were rarlnr around 13.1 miles ver hemr.DISCUSS .




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JAX AIR NEWS 4 November, 1954 I


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)J *serery Theatre Industry Request I



Jt t! Threat To Base Movies

.I t Il\aUu.PubUsbed JacktoaUUe. ThuruU Fla. ? for Nary and Marine actlvltlM$ at tyival, Air I If the Defense Department films before they are shown

,.... .,.... CATHOLIC
IIAtt, honors a new request by Amer- in neighboring towns. The .
''t t Capt. John S. Thach ..-..,.... Commanding Officer theater
; Oomdr. John N, Myeit ?. .. . .. . fcxeculhe: OtOcer Sunday Mass-0800, 0960, 1000- ica's theatre owners td changethe operators feel this long
i' r1..t Air Jacs.e.,We method of distributing movies standing policy is costing
St. Edward's them
Rear Adrn. John Perrv ... Commander Chapel
Capt. Richard O.. Uit i>' ..,...... ..Chief of Start to station theatres, it may heavily at the box office,
n..t Alp Mal 8M,.. Saturday-0800. result in second-run I The theatre
Capt Edwin' S J. Young ._ ....., ._ _____ CommanderComdr only movies owners want a
"' ? '" '' ''''''''''' ''' '' "
Frank D.: Heyac Cb.kt Staff Officer Daily0630.Sunday being shown to military showing of a film on station delayed -

Capt. Henry C. DeLonr Naval.....Air.".?..TaaaaUU. .. ._Traiaiaa...... ... ... .0..lse........... Comraandlnc Officer -OC30-Mass aU Hospital personnel I until 21 days after the
WaraT.Hplld Chapel. That is the belief of some "downtown" run is completed,
eat. Edward S.. Low C.lllmulllc Oft Pentagon officials who are tak- a defense official reported.
eat. I* A. N."UB __ JaenUn: Ottor MORMON' '
KAATD ing a look at the theater rep- J I The theatre industry is not

.. .. ... .... . 1930 NATTC
( "apt Wilson R. Bartteit Comma udlnc Officer Monday 'ftJen ta 11,, '. accusing the service
Comdr Lauiciue *', Steffenhtien .. .... . ... bMtculive Officer proposal.The of any
Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN theatre owners asked 1 abuse of on-stati m \'ies. It
I Fka JAX AIR NEWS la published a klf I at lto. U. S. Naval Air KtttlM\ I I
Vik** UJe- .!'I.rltda, aad printed comnaidally wllfc mo* apDropilated Iwn4iI SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside the 'DOD to change the pres- .frankly hopes to lute service
I ns :.pta.. 10 the aoa.rnmeol; and hi omplUnra with, NAVtXOS: F-3a. ftrrFf ent hich enables I off
l personnel station
| system rl serVice
.. 1S4& Chapel into i
(.4I l. are liUtrlbule: free of harp at the Naval' Air Statdew I II
Naval Air Technical! Training Center", Nal All Reserve Training Unit, and Office theaters to show first-run !downtown theatres,
on
U. S. Naval Hospital. "I ramp.PROTESTANT
Editor-Andrew H. PUneyAiglkUrt
Editor..,Helen' Hit pert: *j>orHt' Pdllor_ Cordon Hobble, TOO: -
Kepurleia-Jack >b>)lme., PHI; Charles Uail, JOSN C11'l.IlaUQ"ft.DlllJ'lbuUoft--: 0930-All Saints' Chapel. ':From
Jhwk\ Paul ..03. A Haniful' Of f Men Fleet Air
'
fba JAX AIR NEWSa. -a number or the Armed Fires rr... .rvtemaitrlal 1100-A1I Saints' ChapeL I
AFPS in ilia publication rosy *ol W reprinted without
appearing
the written permission vf Armed Forrea Pr'.. S..1... ReprhrtraMan .f thwaaaKer 0915-Navsl Hospital Cliap l l.
Grows IN
: accept AIR bv hPMS.v sir.i! *ubllcatk>na. .la ..,hlblt.d wltfceut pennlaalon .* (Note: Addresses of I local Jax .Rapidly i Years

"iMHoiUI, ft'flUI located Main AdmlnUtratten) Bulldint Phone exteiMloMIS4 I churches may be obtained by call I I Fleet Air Jacksonville observed -
all and 8164.
I TIC the Chaplain's Office, 425)). its sixth anniversary I grown to a mighty feice that

OUTLOOK I I Monday It was, In Nov.November 1. 1918 thatA and totals men more, 26 squadrons than 5,006 and offlcem service -

EY1lfl/i WEATHER Captain and 20 officers arrived facilities, all operating from

Friday Continued clear and In Jacksonville ,to form the un-j I the Jacksonville aiea.

tI rJ.Ilp guard of ,what was destined Considerable paper WOI k has

QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN isMD TN6IR cold. six short years, to become:: the been expended on their achievements .
FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS I
but
ADMINISTRATION EVER DAY..- Saturday-Partly cloudy, some largest fleet air command on the perhaps the most significant

.. I what warmer. East CoMt chapters have been written -
Q--I am a Korean vetnicri I -- of their accomplishments
the waiver: I Is in effect? SundayCloudy, warmer. Today, that small group has in

studying dentistry under the Jo-I A.-Yea. however, you would -0I _ .. __ Korea. Jacksonville-trained squadrons -
rean GI Bill. Would it be have- returned' from combat
i I not be permitted to concert U
for me to take my Internship in I an endowment plan while you acclaimed and highly decorated t

dentistry also under the KoreanGI for their efforts.
are totally disabled.
BII11AIt I Q....I am a Korean veteran witha From Gtjnco to Key West
would be possible provided service-connected disability I l At present Fleet Air Jax is

the InternahJp does not commanded by Rear A dm. John
rated at zero percent. Am I eligi-
evened one year, Mid provided Perry, who makes his headquarters
ble for the permanent GI insurance -
It tc an integral< part of an approved available to disabled Korean' I in the Administration BuildIng -
fulfilling the edu- at the Naval Air
courts S 44t Station.
veterans? Or must' I have a disability ,
rational requirement for certlfleatlo From here he exercises operational -
rated at ten percent ormore
by a dental apetUltybnard. control of fleet units stationed
?
I' u far north u Glynco, Ga., and
A.-You may be eligible for a -k a:, s r '
Q.-I have been granted a the permanent Kore n OI In- "; e- 'rs'i south to Key West in addition to

waiver of premiums on my term aircraft carriers and other ships
t"uraltt't', even though arv- '
jour i a:
Service Life Insurance while in the
National I Ice-ronnected disability U. ratedat : Mayport area.
policy because of total disability.Could zero percent.Q This birthday finds Jacksonv Hie-
I convert my tf'rm. (insurance I based aircraft deployed in the
--I am planning to go to
to a permanent plan while I ali Mediterranean, Pacific and as far
\ school under. the Korean GI Bill, l r
and I want to list my mother and north u Iceland and Newfoundland -

"MOVIES"Thursday ,father All dependents for GI allowance ( all striving to perfect flying
under all weather and geographical
p""poses. Their only income -
MAISSml I I conditions( and to
is a disability compensationcheck /Improve -
Nov. 4 + I II combat readiness and tech
my father, a WWI veteran, j
The Steel Trap ...... Joseph Cotton, I recedes each month. Other than nlques.

Teresa Wright I I Three "E'n"
that I have been supporting them Nary

Friday, 1'0S' Would tho e compensation pay. a The effectiveness of this round-

Black Eagle ............. Wm. Bishop, ments bar me from declaringthem the-clock training manifested it-

Virginia Patton .aa dependents ? I self last month when Vice Adm.
:Saturday, :Nov. i ; Frederick
W. McMahon Commander .
A.-No. VA compensation ,
Apache ........_.... Burt Lancaster, may be disregarded)payments in- Air Force at Norfolk, VA.

Jean Peters awarded tine '' "
coveted
determining dependency) of Navy 1<:

NATTCKNTKKThursday your mother and father. So ]long I I. ,psId.. WOEUSMC'S .Ij' to three of the squadrons attach
Nov. 4 ed ..11el'eThllf Is a "first" for
an they do not hate any other any
Yellow Mountain ........Lex Barker, Income sufficient to I naval air station or ship in theNa.vy.
provide reasonable IWO JIMA: MEMORIALThe! Two lima Memorial,
Howard Duff, Mala Power % maintenance, you wouldbe across the Potomac River from the nation's Capitol, will be dedicated .

Friday, Nov S permitted to count them alt Nov. 10- 179th anniversary of the U.S. Marine Corps. Note Sgt. Aircraft seen winging their way

The Steel Trap ...... Joseph Cotton, your dependents.' (Al Ps) James E. Prcndergast (lower right), in comparison to the size of the either to an aircraft-towed ta 1'I -
Teresa Wright figures. A memorial to Marine Corps dead, the inscription on the
get or on a ground
stiaffing or
base reads "Uncommon valor was a common virtue.
Saturday, Nov. -0I : __ .-- __ __ __ ._ I bombing mission, may well terminate -

Black Eagle ._.._..._ Wm. B1hop, Officers Sought For in another all-time nunnery -
I
Virginia Patton Missile ActivitiesThe SAFETYBox record being tumbled Such

HOSPITAL record smashing is becoming rou-

Thursday, Nov. Navy has issued a can for .,,;: --' Score tine to Jax-baped units.

Homlinl ............_._... Tony ("urtltl, line officers qualified for dutyin I Disabling Injuries Through I Maport) Cecil Expand
Janet Leigh the Armed Forces Weapons 1'----' '
Special
; Nov. 2
Another
I NOTE Tuesday, milestone in Fleet Airhistory
Friday, Nov. ft Project and related activities : --
-- This !Month 0 at Jax occurred on Oct.
Yellow Mountain ...... Lex Barker I
Applications
are particularly This :31
Year 13 1952, when the USS Tarawa
Howard Duff, :Mala PowersSaturday desired from those' with educa- 1 The club is contemplating1 a Da}'* Since Last nosed Into the berthing basin atMaypor't.

Nov. 6 tion or practical experience in shipwreck dance in the near ffilm Lost-Time Accident 34 Later the USS Lake

The Steel Trap ...... Joseph Cotton, ordnance, electronics, electricityor e. Watch for time and date. I
Teresa 'physics 1--- __ _____. Champlain made Mayport her pei-
Wright Bingo is Tuesday night 1I
every I Regular Commissions manent base, and 'last month for
from 2000-2230 Two jackpots are the first time In Mayport's short

Traffic; Violations Box Score running at all times. For USMC Officers history, two giant aircraft carriers
The free spaghetti dinner Wednesday -
for .were seen tied toy the dock -
----- Applications commissionsIn
Standings For Week Oct. 14-Oct. %1. Total 17 Tickets Jasued night 1900-2100:! was en- the Regular Marine Corps will the USS Lake Champlain and the

joyed by many. USS Sibone '.
Command Tks..tts I Pct of r 1 \'tol tlonl Per I l'f'umulattd As soon 811. we obtain all the now be accepted from male and )
issued Tldf' Issued 100 l't'fSonnt'1'lolaUonll female reserve and temporary officers This summer official Washing.

I' names of Pay Grade E-7 on board In the grade of captain and ton announced that Naval Air
NAS Jax 3 9,4 I .069 I 1.08
NAS, there will be a drawing I below appointed second lien- Station Cecil Field would be enlarged

NARTU 0 I o' I .000 I 1.60 each Saturday dance night for a tenant prior to July 1, 1917. into a master jet bane

Hospital 2 I 8.2 I .399 I .780 cash prize. You must be present (AFPS) with a huge influx of personnel

to win. and material. Already a big buildIng -
Fled AirDetachment I
20 I 62.5 /I..722 I .373 Professor: 'Believe nothing you program is underway there
i Don't forget to check on our further evidence that Jax and
NATIC "I'I 21.9 I .161 I ,185 i noon-day specials. hear)see:' and only -half of what you ; the Beaches have fulfilled the

prophecy of Senator Claude Pep
Percentage .f violations includes violations by ,1 HM Hallowe'en dance was a Student: "But that won't give. per and others and become the

both civilian and military drivers). 1 huge success. me a passing grade" "San Diego of the Atlantic."





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t{ 4 November, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three j.

I

Change In Jax .,t ;' ;' , < 'if .. ,
., .' ./:;:
''I :v: Sign Loyalty OathA I
,
Phone NumbersSet f : Doc I
?., new certificate of loyalty

Nov. 20 .> Taken As Seaman : of awaits all Navy the required officers signatures on active "(

duty who were commissioned
Beginning at midnight, November Dr. Robert K. Farabaugh, Nut-
before July 1, 1950.
ley, N. J., has been inducted asa
20, the telephone exchange j4) By signing the'loyalty certificate -
Y' : Navy seaman recruit after falling
number at the Naval < under DuPers Instruction
? to accept an offered Navy
Air Station will be changedto commission 5521-2A, officers indicate their

of the of indi- ..
EVergreen 9-7711. The father of five children, Dr. awareness type
vidual conduct and organiza
This Is a part of the complete Farabaugh was classified 1A
k under the law permitting the tional contact which is considered -
change-over of all telephone num.bel'S 4t
in Jacksonville to a two- drafting of doctors and dentists prejudicial to the best
interests of the United j
States.
letter exchange designation, together up to 51 years of age. lie lost
with a five-digit number. appeal before both State and The certificate lists the or-

Presidential appeals, board. lie ganizations which have been
Dan D. Anderson, district man "
disclosed to be "totalitarian
offered commissionin
was a Navy
Bell
ager for the Southern Telephone -
the rank of lieutenant, a selective fascists, communists, or subversive"
Company; has revealed that
service official said, but or those! "advocatingor
Jacksonville is the third large
under his notice from his draft approving the commissionof
Florida city to have numbers
ihanged. He emphasized that his.company's I THEN AND NOW-Pictured with a poster depicting a Continental board he had to accept it by a act of force or violence"against
is Marine of 1775 is Marine Corporal Burt Hagerman of the certain day or be drafted AS an I the rights of individ
to
long-range plan I Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter. The Corps will be enlisted mart.However ,' I uals.
standardize telephone numbers 179 years old on Nov. 10 and appropriate activities are being
throughout the nation, and that planned for the occasion. Three birthday balls are slated for Jacksonville the official revealed, -_.

.. the chance in Jacksonville was Marines next Wednesday, in observance of the occasion the physician can still change his See Possible Tax
-- mind and ask for a commission
necessitated at this time by the
growing demand for telephone ser- Three Marine Parties Nov. 10 To The Navy would probably prefer
to use Dr. abilitiesas
FarabaiiRh'B Break For III
vice in the city and surrounding
a doctor instead of an enlisted ,
areas. To Mark Corps' 179th Anniversary :
1 1 man, but there would be
GIs
!. 1946 the Jacksonville exchange Traditional cake-cutting ceremonies and three traditional anniversary i no extra $100 a month }pay. Hospitalized

was serving 47,200 sub- balls will mark a gala celebration Wednesday, Nov. 10 by I Records show that up to Aug. Because there is a good chain

scribers and today it serves over Marines in the Jacksonville area in observance of the 179th birthdayof I 1, 41 physicians and 27 dentists that received durlnesick
the Marine I have been inducted as enlisted pay or
Corps.
98,000, double the 1946 load. Present -
.. hospitalization status be excluded
-- ---- men.-Navy( Times). may
exchanges cannot handle the Three separate Marine Balls 1 l
I day celebration The all-out observance from gross income for
demand effectively will be staged to, accommodate.
of the Marine Corps Anniversary -
Hope To Step Up federal! Income tax purposes, milltaiy .
There will be five exchanges Marines in this area. One dance is in keeping with the
under the Missile/ ProductionThe personnel should keep track
setup, including a new will be held for officers, one for strong sense of tradition which
one in the Northwest section of typifies the "Leathei necks." Defense Depaitmenl has of time spent t this year under such
commissioned officei and
the city at Edgewood and Tallahassee non It was back on Nov 10, 1775, begun a broad new survey of its status.
for enlisted personnel.The ,
one
Sh eets. The exchange prefixes when'the U S. Navy was an infant guided missiles program in an attempt
for Jacksonville\ will be EL- biggest affair I U slated for just two weeks old, that the to move additional weaponsout Sizable tax refund checks mny

gin, FLanders, EXbrook EVer- Malnside Gym, where some 1,200 Continental Congress passed a of development and into the be In the offing next year on thin

green and Popular, the last serving enlisted "Leathernecks" and their resolution providing for two battalions production stage. year's income for persons with

out of the Edgewuod-Tallahassee guests are expected. Highlight of of Marh1es. Since then the DOD has indicated that its extended Illness, or hospituliza-

office. this dance is the presentation ofa Marines have served in just about guided missiles 1)1 f>gram in goingto tion. A "wage continuation plan"is

4 1954 Ford Victoria a* a door every corner of the globe, and coat about $500 million during
contained in the new tax law.
About 500 girls from the
prize
I. mart nun, the exchange taken part in every kind of battle the current fiscal year This is '
area have been invited to this Provision U made that fora
ages
}prefix will depend on present numbers from chasing }pirates and fighting almost ax much as was spent all
ball which will include a buffet fires to fortified period during which "an em-
or geographical location. :For storming heavily told on missiles previously.

most Jacksonville phones, the supper. The celebrating gets underway beaches (AFPS) ployee"" is absent from work oil

at 1900, with Lt. Col. __ '0_ ..._ _. u. ._.
last four numerals in the present
account of personal Injury or
Frank R. Porter, commanding officer -
number will not change. If your of the Marine Aviation Detachment II No Lost-Time Accidents In Oct.The f. --I, sickness ate excluded from income -
present number is 3-4567, for
at NATTCcnter, officiating. -.-.. -- -. -_. -- _. tax calculations. 1
example, your new number may Naval Air Station has enough for lost time Killing ForUiromln/c/

be ELgin 3-4:>67, If your numberis posted its second lost-time accidentfife to
Up Wednesday :34 days Whether not
or military manebens
now 98-1234, it would be EX- month of 1954.
brook 81234. Non > commissioned officer, of had been logged "wince. the last will be covered by this provision
The Safety Engineer's office
the rank of Staff Sgt and above, lost-time accident.\. has not been finally tieteimined -
Other change in dialing will lias repotted that no lost time
will be feted at the Mayflower but it appears that they
be made for phoning to and from accidents in industrial type employment Records of the LTA's are
Hotel in Jacksonville where dance will, and it was pointed out that
outlying areas However Mr. Anderson occurred during Oc posted ut various points ubomd
ing will begin at 2000. Lt. Col. the Treasury Department w tIt
has said that the telephone tober. The other accident-free the station and in the weeklybox
Richard H. Pierce, commanding give a ruling on thin point later
company will conduct an exten- month was February. score in the Jax Air News,
officer, Marine Air Detachment, on.
sive educational campaign among Employees and the station! where personnel can keep close
NARTU, will\) preside over the The tax break that
subscribers from now until the came close to setting a record tab on their safety effoils.! military persons

change-over is made. For most festivities. for days without a lost time Safety officials are commending will get, if they are includedin
The Officers' Bali will be held the plan follows: Pay up to
telephones this will also be mid- accident back in February and personnel for their fine and

night, Nov. 20. Subscribers will in the Commissioned OCCicers'Mess March when BO days had pawed spirited adherence to safety $100 per week exempt from income

know their new number about six (Open) between 1900 and without an injury serious lutes and regulations tax. The exemption begins

.. weeks before the change is effected 2400. Several ]local dignitarieshave I on the first day and no limit is
--- -- -- --- placed on the time the credit
and all telephone dial I also been invited to attend
plates which do not have lettersof the dance and buffet supper. I Crew's Dance Set IALL will be allowed for those injured

the alphabet will be replacedwell Major David Foos Jr., com ,. Next TuesdayA or hospitalized.

in advance.MOTHBALL. manding officer of the Marine Payment Figured

Baracks, NAS Jax, will also be ; crews dance f is slated for The exemption starts after the

on hand Mainside Gym Tuesday Nov. 9, RANKS AND first week of illness wherein such

U TANKERS S S with the Jacksonville Navy band BRANCHES EQUAL illness does not require hospitalization !-

The Military Sea TransportationService Various committee of the three SERVICE GET and again, the maximum
providing the music.
has announced plans to Marine activities: the Marine I CONIDERA'ilpNlr73'S amount of pay deductible la $100

inactivate 11 of its NavyownedT2 Barracks; the Marine Aviation Dancing will begin at 2000. The per week. If a person is sick in

Type tankeis. Orders for the Detachment, and the Marine Air usual bevy of beauties from town the hospital for three weeks, for

of four vessels have been Reserve Training Detachment he
lay up will be on hand. example, could deduct $300
issued. (AFPS) have laid plans for the big biith- from gloss: income on the basis

.
that his
-- base
J pay figures out at


I [ Ready Gl Home Loan Insurance Forms I pay deduct 4125 averages per$150.Leming!week.. $50. .A.per.person week whose could


-
The Defense Department reported -
this week that complete instructions SERVICEMEN who have servedon personnel records are maintained." Chief Of

and necessary certification active duty more than two The FIIA, which completes Part

forms for home loan insurance years and who "require housing"are III, then receives the form from What does America mean to AN School DepartsFor

will be available to eligible eligible"for the FIIA home the serviceman and acts on the you? Enter the 1954 Freedoms three years Harvey Montgomery

servicemen by Nov. 15. loan guarantees. In order to get loan application. It is then returned Foundation Contest. Send your ADC, instructed, super

Service secretaries have been loans, servicemen must request a to the service concerned letter of no more than 500 wordsto vised and served as leading chief

authorized through Defense Or certificate of eligibility on Par 1 A companion to the veterans'' Awards Editor, Armed Forces for thousands of Airman Piepara-

der No. 1338,. as of Oct. 15, to of DD Form 802. The form is GI Bill home loans, the two- Radio Service, 1016 N, McCadden tory School students at NATT

issue certificates of eligibility required to show any previous month-old law, gives the Federal Place, Los Angeles 38 Calif. Your Center.

needed by acreer servicemen to certification and an agreement to Housing. Administration authority letter must bear your name, rank, This week Chief Montgomery{

get the loans. The services are notify his commander when he to insure loans for men in service service number, and organization.It departed bag and baggage& after

to put the forms and instructions ceases to own the property up to 95 percent of the appraised must be received before mid- three years at the Training Center

into the field within 30 days. Heretofore TIlE APPLICANTS eligibility value, to a maximum of night Nov. 11, 1951. Letters received lie will report far two months(

they have been preparingtheir on Part II of the form must then $17,100. The mortgage insuranceIs after that date will be training duty himself at the Naval

own instructions concurrently be certified by the serviceman's paid by the man's service, one considered for the next year' Air Mobile Training Unit,

with the Defense Department. commander at the echelon "where half of one percent of the loan. award (AITS). Memphis, for further transfer.





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Pafle Fouli: JAX AIR NEWS 4 November, 1954

-'
Canter Supply Chief ., ;tr ', Activities
: .:: {; : List

Retires After 24 "': .'.;,.
."
Many Civilian

Widely known in Supply Department K N.,'., ......
circles at the Naval Air : IJ.; Job

Station, Charles Edwards, AKGC, OpeningsCivil
leading chief of Shops Stores at a
NATTCenter, was retired this Service openings have
week. e x., ,. ijtY been listed at the following ac-

tivities. Personnel interested
Chief Edwards, who had more
should direct applications to the
than 24
years of active duty
Y: installations concerned.
and five years as a Fleet Reservist -
first joined the Navy In I 4PWf Assistant Industrial Manager,

1924. During World War II he Sixth Naval District, P. O. Box

was on convoy duty with destroyers 5296, Jacksonville, Fla., lists need
in the North Atlantic.lie for an Electronics Engineer, GS-

retired in 1947 and came 11.NAS
back Into the Service In 1952 after Pensacola has advisedfor

I the Korean conflict broke out. < ae. .. i s s'b Welder (Gas), Electroplater.
Electrical Engineer, GS-5, and
I He plans to make his home in
Statistical Draftsman, GS-5.
Lawndflle Calif.
....w,. ...,. ... 0 s5 *
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i "I shall: now illustrate what I CHANGE IN SCOUT }\IASTERS-Lt. (Jg) F. T. Gamble (right) turns over records of NAS I NAS Key West has advertisedfor
have in mind," said the professor I sponsored Boy Scout Troop No. 131 to Oliver Wright, AEC, as troop members gather. Gamble, an Electrician Lineman and
he after four months with the NAS troop, will report from duty at Naval Air Weapons School at a Staff Nurse, GS-5. Marine Corp
I as erased the boud.I NATTC to the USS Shangri-La. Wright is an Instructor at the Weapons School. I erical Engineer, GS-9 and i

Air Station, Miami, needs an Elec-

VP.J8 FAW-ll VA-175, VF-101 Report INVESTMENT COURSETO Quarterman, Utilities, $5,740 per


I: Investment BE OFFEREDAn course will be annum.At Charleston, S. C., the Naval
Jacksonville i Area
Scouting Squadrons
conducted by the Jacksonville Shipyard has jobs for a Marine

Junior College here at the Naval Engineer, GS-7 and an Engineering *

l ra Air Station, one evening Aid, GS7and; the District
erve a "well-done" for the splendid punctured by the guns of Grim
Biggest news around the sqvad- week for six weeks beginning Public Works Office lists a Gen-
showing. The squadron contends Reaper Ensign Frank W. Hill. I
Ion this past week has been the Monday, Nov. 8. eral Engineer, GS-12; Attorney:
that its performance has That gives him 23 hits more than
list of personnel who "How To Invest Adviser GS-11 General
successfully
I The course, ; Engineer -
not been other
equalled by any needed for an "E" award and a
passed the scrvlcewlde competitive Is designed for (architectural specificationswriter
Intelligently,
unit In the Jacksonville area. score of 553% at 15,000 feet, to
examination that was held business and professional ) GS-9 Civil Engineer.
peo- ;
Robert D. Rulon, AEAN, and get the gunnery year off to astart.
in August. Donald R. Rounsaville, AEAN, arrived good ple with investment problems. GS-9; Mechanical Engineer: GS-9:

There was a grand total of 66 from Electronics School at With the new rates coming The fee is ?10 for the entire Chief Power Engineer, $7,268;

promotions. Forty-one men were Memphis. Henry D. Richardson, through the following men will course. and an Assistant Power Engineer,

promoted to third class, twenty- AA, also comes from Memphis be advanced: John P. Deve, y, Enrollment is limited, and $5,898.
.
four were advanced to second James R. West, AM3, reported A02; Sherman A. LeClair, A02; personnel who wish to sign up

class, and one man, K. D. Doeisch, from the Receiving Station in James B. Settle, AM3; Howard for the course should telephonethe An Analytical Statistician, GS-

PN2, achieved first clans. Philadelphia. Katz, PN3; Daniel E. Burns, AE1; Education office, extension 11, is needed at the Marine Corps

The commanding officer w a avery S Emmett D. Dewitt, AK1; Barry 618, for additional Information. Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C.;

pleased with such a fine VF-101 K. Wilson, AE2; Larry D. War- a Construction Engineer, GS-9,

showing and has extended a well There's always a first lime, and rington, A02; Richard F. Zach- by the Naval Base, GuantanamoBay

done to the men. under" the new rules of fiscal 1955 rich, AT2; Frank E. Brown, AD3; POoftheWeekHonors Cuba; and Ordnance Engineers

Robert W. Burton, AM1, was this ii the first time in the Jacksonville John J. For decchia, AD3; AltonJ. GS-5 and GS-7; a Machinist -

welcomed aboard this week and area, and possibly in the Forrester, AD3; Donald E. To Sears and a Toolmaker at the Na-

he reports in from VF-21. Congratulations Atlantic Fleet, that a pilot has Reiff, AD3; Theodore H. Tuch- val Ordnance Plant, Macon, Ga.

are in order for Lt. shot an "E" In the air to air scherer, AE3; Richard E. Reich- (TMa to another in a PettyOllkerothe The Resident Officer in Charge,:

(jg) and Mrs. 'D. H. Cooper for gunnery. ardt, AD2; John W Townsend, -Week series at the of Construction, Marine Corps

their new born baby boy, Douglas The first banner to come back AD2; Gerald W. Rittlerodt, AK2; Naval Air Technical Training i Supply Center, Albany, Ga., has
Gordon, born last Tuesday at the In VF-101's competitive exercise Ernest E..Boudreau, AD3; CharlesH. Center. advertised for a Supervisory Con-

Naval Hospital. last Thursday contained 83 holes Helmink, AD3; John W. Cheese- Operations, not of the sick bay struction Engineer, GS-11. A Supervisory -
*
man, AE3; Albeit P. Graham, Firefighter, GS-8, i w
variety, have occupied much of
}. W-l1 A03; Bernard L. Lukehart, A03, needed at NAAS, Barin Field, Fo-
Recently discharged to inactive Air 11Participates and Richard L. the Naval experience of Thomas
Wing Offrlnga, A03. ley, Ala., and a Supervisory Accountant
duty was Roland E. Rentz, RM2. Of the men who took the test Sears, YN3, of the Information GS-13, at Sacrament.

Four enlisted personnel have for advancement In rate, more and"Education office. Air Material Center, McClellanAir

been transferred to new billets; than; 50% were rated for the Force Base, McClellan, Calif.
Frederick J. Higgins, CS3, to the highest percentage among the While on sea duty aboard the .

USS Darby (DE-218)) ; Jack W. squadrons In Air Group One destroyer-escort USS Brough, the I
Kitchen, BMC, to the USS Valley "Galloping Ghost of the Labrador Hope To ReturnDischargees

Forge (CVS-45)); Dewey H. Smith, In 'Lantflex'Jacksonville tober 20 and will wind up November Coast," Sears took part in Operations -
DKC, to the USS Mitscher (DL2)at ) 20. Via
Pine and Blue Jay off Lab-
Two amphibious landings will
Boston, and Wallace R. Hoover,
RM2, to U. S. Naval Communications based Fleet highlight Lantflex. Twenty thousand rador and Greenland; Malnbracein

Station, Balboa, Canal Zone. Air Wing Eleven is playing a Marines from the Second Arctic waters, and Springboard Exam NoticesPersonnel

key role in "Lantflex" the Marine Air-Ground Task Force, with the Atlantic :Fleet. .
Two men have received awards: who passed the Aug'e -
Alvin L. Alewyne, TE1, has ic- largest Atlantic Fleet exercise supported by a task fleet and Early in his Naval career h -servlcewide exams and who

dyed his fourth Good Conduct conducted in 1954. opposed by air and sub forces, was stationed at Green Cove have since been transferred for

:Medal, and Glenn W. Galley; TE- Designated as "Lantflex 1-55," will assault Onslo Beach, Camp Springs with SubGrpTwo and discharge, or who have already
t, his second. the operation involves over 200 Lejeune, N, C., from Nov. 16 to then went aboard the Brough for been discharged, will be advised
ships of 42 different classifica- 20.
33 months. that they can be promoted upon
New arrivals aboard Include
tions, plus Naval Air Units anda
Robert E. Culbertson, RM2, from Marine Corps Air-Ground Task reenlisting: under continuous service -

the USS Libra (AKA-12)), and Force. The purpose of the exerciseis '.' conditions, it has been an

Robert E. Hanley, AGAN, from to improve the operational readiness L 4 nounced.

NATTU at Lakehurst, N. J. He of the U. S. Atlantic FleetIn Previously, those who had been

is presently attached to NASAeiology carrying out Its war time mis i.tr transferred for separation were
Department. sion. removed from the advancement
*. y
*
notification list.
ASSUMING THE DUAL 1'010or
.\- 3Inelecn Fleet Air Wing Commander and Y. Personnel already separated

\ .%I) typo aircraft flew Task Unit Commander, Captain will have 90 days from the date

oxer Mayport, the city of Jacksonville Edwin J. S. Young left Jacksonville 'a F Fr of discharge to reenlist under the

and NAS Jacksonville last week with a detach- continuous service conditions.The .

Jast Friday in a mass demonstration ment of FAW-ll Staff officersto Navy feels that a good
of flying skill and aircraft
establish temporary headquarters portion of successful candidate
availability. The same availability for the duration of the ex- would reenlist if they were made
was again utilized Monday when ercise at the NAS Quonset aware of their Impending advance
the squadron moved to :Mayport Point, R. I. From there they will ment.

tor two weeks. direct the activities of shore-
It was also announced that 95-
In addition to being a demonstration based patrol squadrons scattered .
: 000 enlisted personnel will be promoted
of flying skill, the event from the Arctic' to Florida.
to M
higher pay grades
signalized the excellent maintenance These patrol squadrons will 1 -
a result of successfully. passingthe
the squadron enjoys. The act as the "eyes" of the fleet dur.

achievement is all the more outstanding ing the exercise. Although they <... August exams.. .

in that that since the will fly long-range scouting and n.. ., .
VFW
f TURKEY SHOOTThe
acquisition of new AD-6 aircraft reconnaissance missions, their "-l
the squadron has not been able primary Job will be antisubmarine Air LANTFLEX Wing Eleven CONFAB-Comdr. Henry Lloyd (right) Fleet Wesconnett VFW Post
Operations officer, discusses a Lantflex mission 7909 will sponsor four Thanksgiving
to transfer all AD-4B's. Thus, warfare. assignment with Lfdr. L. R. Heron, (left) Wing Intelligence officer
Shoots at its club
there have been a few more planes ABOUT 50,000 Navy and 24,000 and Lt. R E. Hubbell (center). Wing Technical officer, at the Turkey
'
aboard creating an additional Marine personnel are taking part Wing's Lantf ex exercise headquarters at NAS Quonset Pt., R. I. grounds on Blanding BoOlevard.
Lantflex (Atlantic Fleet Exercise) is a month-Join realistic Shoots will be held from 0900 to
"ntfnaMe burden. All hinds de- in the operation which ffsn Oc- war
maneuver now underway In the Atlantic. sundown on Nov. e J, 13, 20 and 25L .



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: Devil's Diplomats Of VA-175 Set !


Rocket Records For Single Flight .
-
A new record In rocket scores
Kenneth I;. Hammond, Lt. (jg)
SALTY for of aircraft
a single flight was
George A. Booth and Ensign
established last week
at Switzer-
LHERE Nicholas P. Rollick scored four
land targets by members of At-
A rather : tack Squadron 175. direct hits rarlu
was hailed Into The overall average in distance
Out of a total of 47 rockets
his wife, a from the center of the target wan .
,
.fired,. 29 resulted, in direct hits. -
did 29.3 feet a figure usually considered "'\
"Why you
/ The squadron's executive officer, "
good for a single rocket. "
the surprised
Lcdr. Paul P. Hambsch, rackedup
As if to forecast the accom-
Appraising the ;
the top score with five bull'seyes -
plishment, Lt. (Jg) Roy II. Rey-
"Well, your out ,of five lockets fired. ,
nolds, also a member of VA-175,
: fendant:softly,
His sixth rocket failed to fire
v scored five bull's-eyes out of six
R
to me, the due to mechanical failure.
and' the back rockets fired during a similar ,
Lt. Edward F. ChrUUamen!
So I look the and 'Lt (Jg)) Donald I. Saltieralso flight the day before. \
This Intensive practice in rocket
scored five hits each out
For ten years : ,0" !MX rockets fired. Lt (jg) firing Is part of VA-175' train-
meat market in ing for their coming CommanderAir
It was no Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet
,.._
when another -- Here's Chance To Get competitive rocket exercises.

Com(!r. Wlllord L. Nyburg I b
a few doors Puccini's Turkey The Easy Way
figured on how George Lucky 13.That's I commanding officer of the squadron. -

away from his ATAN. Saturday, Nov 13. .

built a very sopranos; Lcdr. On that day you can get a '
few weeks. ', Mho 10 to 12-pound dressed, oven- .
lie disguised ; ; ; TI Doug>3, of ready turkey for your Thanksgiving : ," .......1 .

until there were official dinner for a song. ..,.',
the store. How do you do It? Just ton- .
a dead dog tact any member of the 0 & R T" 1
.
and said in a Table Supervisors Social Club for details .'"
you are, Pete. or come out to the club ;
dozen." LOW !site located on the vest side of .,." 1j
P.M. Blinding (Fla. 21) Highway, one
Pat: "What : : : 9:10: and one-tenth miles south of the '{1
a funeral : : :( 10.05: i Doctors Inlet (Flo. 224)) Road. 1i i
Editor: : : : 10.56: Shoot time from 12:00: to 4.00;

Pat: "Good P.M. Everyone is Invited to attend Sr
poor brother \ assistant: and there will be eats mid
C All-Saints drinks for the hungry and the

Little 6swald will sing thirsty.

lessons and ), registrar : *

ahead to the of the A Word of CautionIf ,th\ ::


the tion,teacher"No, no ; where Univer he You're Selling y4y

draperies before ; song in

on the wall!t" quartet, Your Gl HomeIf
For-
For many of Prince sell the home you bought
ployed a support.'H.: .. '. per with a GI loan and let the buyer y

unusually good take over your loan contract, remember -
er decided to I is a na that you are responsible .
next pay day : she attend- it the purchaser falls to keep up ':.
extra money in Miami. In with the regular payments. r :,

you pay me i she sang How can you protect yourselfin
"Because and the event you. sell the house '
r
good cook all sing in you bought with a GI loan? The
plied the boss. ( ); But Ideal way, of course, is for the
After buyer to pay all cash. But, usual-
while the ) Butterfly ly, that's out of the question. Another -
cheating me Wells way is to get the buyer to

and Nice refinance the whole deal. ....-...
About a year Park St. In other words, he might be HAWAII CALLS Many
died, the widow seats sell willing to pay off your original thousands of miles stretch between
she, arrived at terrace GI loan in full, and arrange a the Pacific beaches of
she asked if brand new loan of his own Waikiki In Hawaii to the rolling .
Atlantic breakers of Flor
fomer husband. .00, which with you out of the pictuie. Keepin ida, but to a native Hawaiian
"What's his to two re- mind when you make your selling the ocean is the same. Pvt,
"John Smith. ; of the four arrangements that you're the Jocelyn Chine, a pretty, dark-
"You'll have ; : A savings one who's responsible for that GI haired Marine, in brown Airman- eyed Prepara Woman

ter be realized loan.Protect tory School at NAT!'Center,
)last words? mem- yourself If you need Information presents an "I Love you"
rivals that or help, go straight to movement of the hula. Her pic-
the one place that has all the ture, superimposed by Navy
"Well," she information photo technicians on a Florida
: it take your nearest Vet
fore he died beach scene, brings the Pacific
erans Administration Office. closer to the Atlantic.
you ever waste
"Oh, Ive

my earned grave'dollars." a baby"11 Two Brazilians At AGO SchoolA I I

"Oh, sure, : .
John' i strong South American flavor -
ing up "
: was added to the 16th classof sary
Aviation I i Ground Officers Readily speaking and umlei-
Officers' : School at NATTCenter, when standing American, except for a .

To Hear two officers of the Brazilian Navy few colloquialisms, Lt. Sanchez
reported aboard last week. explained he had learned the lan
The monthly The officers were Lt. Luis guage through newspapers, motion -
Luncheon will Sanchez and Lt. (Jg) Roberto pictures, some schooling and
Nov. 9, at the : Arieira, both of Rio de Janeiro, from serving aboard the Hunting-

1230. who are studying at the Training ton."I
Capt. John S. Center under the Mutual Defense HEAD: ARTICLES about
manding Assistance Program.LT. the school," he told Interviewers,
group on SANCHEZ IS no strangerto "and also learned of it from the
The Garden ; the United States Navy, havIng American Military Mission in Bia-
interest to served aboard the destroyerUSS zil. I hope others of my fellow
and all wives Iruntington in 1949. officers in the Brazilian Navy
ed to "We hope to study hard here," may accept and take advantageof
urged to he said, "and return to Brazil and the opportunity offered by thH
.,...
It is assist in building a Navy air arm. school and bring back to Brazil
tending bring the 16th Brazil does not, at present, havean the knowledge of the United i
(used or new) Air Tech- extensive aviation program States Navy in A\iatlon."
the pediatrics Navy ar- and to hold its place in the Lt. Sanchez la a veteran of '
Hospital, a (Jg)train-Rob- world and be able to defend itself World War II, after entering the
of everyone's If rich a thing in necen- Brazilian Naval Academy In t 1941.




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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 4 November, 1954Jux

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Glovers BomburdStewurt TIME| oUr



With Gordon Robbie
Camp Bingmen
The small number of candidates

Jax: Navy's 1954.55 boxing team made its debut a successful .i on hand in the first

one by scoring A clean sweep over Camp Stewart two weeks of practice for the

Thursday night at King Hall in a fistic show that had the Jax Navy varsity basketball

packed house shaking the rafters with, sheers( squad is much short of previous
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Still a little rough around the
in a' tussle with a steer at a years.
edges, coach Bob Perkins Navy 4 v.M .
squad registered a trio of knock South Georgia rodeo, squelched With 26 men on hand, give or .
his opponent at the 35 second take a few, veteran Flier mentor
outs in taking; all matches on the !
fceven-bout card. juncture of the third round. Frank McCaffrey settled down

There was little to choose beween for the annual task of culling: the
Carroll "Bull" CilchHst light. :
the well.matched pair in squad down to the required size.
heavyweight provided a clean I
the Initial rounds, but a powerful ..
cut kayo when he pllled Indian This. year, the task will b

Pauling, Army 175pounder. left and right combination put easier or more difficult, depend
the early skids on Pauling. V look at It.
(ing on the way you
Well-Matehf:\ Pair
Hy Strange, 135-pound Navy Approximately 90 hopefuls amweml -
"Da Bullp," who a few days
another winner
fighter, was kayo the starting whittle! last
tarllN' hud emerged second best decking Chuck Anderson (in 1:47:<< Just '
3 ear. aterage.
---- of the second lound.Kollin .
On no given day ha there been

Ten Contests On Triumph. ..... ,_.;:, .-......-...-""' '''''---- enough candidates on the court
The' third kayo came when
I AT INITIAL SMOKER Bobby Dash, 156-pound Marine this year for McCaffrey to holda
NAS Grid Slate I tandy Fladger swarmed all over i: from Aviation Ordnanceman School, swarms in on Peppy Pepeeto suitable scrimmage, If he desired

Ronnie Hatmon, Army 145- (left), Army scrapper from Camp Stewart during action In last to do so. Running, an important -
VK-44 faces and Fas-
Hospital pounder, and scored a TKO in week's first boxing: smoker of the new season. Hash won a unan-
ron Six tackles 0 & R in a pair imous decision over Pepeeto. The Jax Navy-Marine team cap- part of early practice
1(5: of the first( canto.In .
of shamboozlers tomorrow, closing tued all seven bouts on the card. A large throng witnessed the sessions, has been slightly cur

out this week's NAS touch foot a see-saw battle that wasn't King Hall show. tailed You can't run a few men

decided until the final seconds of through the paces as easily as a
ball action. Six games are on the
the third round, Navy welter RalJ>hRoUiI1.'i gym-full.
plate for next week. Snares
won a unanimous decision Special-Services
With 75
Thursday, N.T. 4 I men turning out at
NARTU v*. 'lUirol09, Stadium. over AI Lewis. one base and 100-plus at a few

Supply v..Friday Operations., Nf. a Muntln. Marine Bobby Bash outlasted other establishments, the small I J

VF-44 Patron vi Six Iloapltal.vi. 0 It Stadium R, Muslin.ftUndajr 156-pound Peppy Pepeeto In gain. Senior Circuit Keg Lead i field available is not promi.sing.Euily .

N.v I Ing a unanimous verdict. the most pleasing spectator -,
VF-23 vi. VC-4U, Stadium.
VF- ".. CV( .n.. MusUn.TiMtUr. N.y. 1Personnel Kuswll Gets Nod Hospital was knocked from its crazy perch atop) National sport aboard the station,
Chuck Thomas scored a unanimous with
every game replete with collegiate
vi. Supplv Stadium League standings while VP-18 held on to the top rung in
N... la decision over Army's Dick .J
WMUMdajr atmosphere, it's a bit
HoiplUI,. NAKTU. StadIum. American League play during the fifth week of action on .
lesion C 109(! vi. Operations Muslin, Howard in a battle of light- the Mainside intramural bowling I hard for this corner to understand .
scene.
Thursday JUT. 11HOIJDAY heavies. An overhand right shown -- -- the lack of enthusiasm
No --- --- -
game The Medics waxed hot and cold
n..1I.dd'IrNR It by Thomas proved the difference. Bill Staggs' 539 and Jim Man. shown by a lot of good basket.
P : Muslin last week, dropping a '4-0 decision.
----...---- Other Jax Navy victory came to Special Services, new holdersof i no's 531 paced the victors.In ball material .
when Clarence Russell won by Fortunately, several key men
first place, then defeating Com i other Junior loop action
forfeit in the 165-pound class have returned from last year*
Fasron Nine Posts municatiohs by the same score ComFairJax decbioned VC-62 :
In an exhibition bout opener, successful campaign to form a

Volleyball VictoryThree two Marine welters Stan Beck later in the week. 3.1 and FAW-11 notched a for-1 I fair nucleus. What may be lacking -

teams from Naval activities and Sieve Pellegrino, scrapped The new National League leaders felt win over VF22. In the National It appears right now, will

( in the Jacksonville area vitn Beck getting: a unanimous presented smooth offense in be depth.
Men's toppling 2339 pins to a mere 1991 League, Personnel tied Operations it all
are featuring play in the nod. I Despite there will be
City Volleyball League which for the embattled Corpsmen while NARTU was posting basketball at Mainside gym this

hold competition twice weekly AK School Sets PaceIn After taking the first game ina a 3.1 victory over FAETU winter. Opening tilt is set for Nov.

I roll-off, Hospital went on to AMERICAN: I.K:AC.UK 26, day after Thanksgiving,

Latest Navy club to post a Center Keg Play down Communications, with Tea's 1M W :2 1. Pet.vs.1a \Ion\ against Stetson U.

victory was Cecil Field' Fas I Ted Durnl's 561 showing the VI".14. I" 5 ..7rJVI'3 *
Dean Ramsey, ace bowler from 15 /5 'mo
ron Nine, victors over Ortega Aviation Storekeeper School, was way. I '8II1'on Sis: 1'i\! ,750FAW11 Steady Joe Conrad, a Second

last week, 15-1, 15-7, at Lacka- the hottest trundler in the Supply stayed on the heels of lesion 100 16 R 8 II .667. 451( Lieutenant from Gary Tex., AFB,
NATTi !
i
wanna Park, Center intianuiral bowling league Special Services, posting a pair of VA.1T.; 10 7 14 37 .4.11.350 7ComFairJss recently copped the Air Force's1VorhlWide

Sam Black and Harold Center ant week with scores of 589 and I 4-0 wins, over Communicationsand 1.-171 3 9 ..251)VC Golf Tournament with
played well on the net for 12 1 2i: ..0111'Y.22
Photolab. Gene Walters a
!590. was : 0 2 ,000NATIONAAI. record-breaking 72-hole score
the winning Fasronites. the big gun in both victories.In of 281.
Ramaey'H high sets, incidentally 1.Y.lWY.TUIII
enabled the AK (A) kingpinto the American League, hard- W 1. Pct The week-long event was held
11"'lal Set vices ZJ 1 .!9'44Supply at Eglin Field distant Air Force
luck VA-175 with 2219 fall
a pin
jump into a first place tie with 2'l 2 9.17 I base
Gunnies Sweep Ralph Felt with 166 marks. fell before VP-18, 31. The loop Hospital :II 4 .Ro\1 I in Northwest Florida.
Operations 11 9 ,6541onlmunicallons : *
Tiny Wilhorn holds third place leaders felled 2341 sticks ( 13: 11 ..512NARTU *

Pair Of Games In with 162. Later, the Diplomats toppled ('omml.Mry R 5 1J 12 ,317.400: I' SnORT PUNTS! As stated

STANDING 2298 pins, only to lose to Fasron Personnel t G; 14 :sal here last week, Pensacola's Goshawks .
,,2)4Transmllleru
FAETU !S 10
Tram N'. 1. Tr.
AKlA( School l .......44 4 .!l16] Six's revived Banshees., 31. 48 2 1" ,109Photolab continue to plug for Navy
Center Grid Loop NAWS ScluKtI I ........41 7 .K5I: the two teams. 1 15 .063 pigskin honors The West
pins separated
AKA( ) School ........:r.1:4: ,729 _._ -- .---
Marines .........:u 15 ..GKTAEB The Banshees, defending -- Floridians came up with a second
Long touchdown passes from ( ) School .......,:-U: 2,545)( straight upset at the "
Spar.-Serv. .......It 'Jf:! ,4U champions, also gained a .a-, STRIKES expenseof
Chuck McCommas to Johnny Cul- AOA( ) School ........17 31 ,.354Commlssary..5 VC-62. Parris Island last week, 2113.
victory hapless
over
broth gave Special Services-lst 41: .101( SPARES I Keally J starting to click

,, ... ,, I
Lieutenant a 1S-6 victory over 1'r 1wf -1 (about time), Had three out of
SPLITSFin four last week. This time around
Aviation Electrician's Mate School
we see Navy over Duke, Color
in the NATTCenter touch football keglers found the way to rado over Missouri, Purdue over

league last week."Chuckln' the 200 Club last week, three of Iowa and Georgia over Florida.

them in a repeat performance On the service
Chuck" tossed one football front:
Jack Carroll, VA-175 king-pin, Notre Dame 6, Navy 0; Quantico
for 47 yal'and the
payoff pass entered the "hallowed halls" for 26, Camp Lejeune 19; Bolling

other for 35 yards( Marine Jim the third and fourth times, posting AFB 60, Cherry Point 15; Army

Kelly scored the Sparkles touchdown a pair of over 200 games 21 Virginia 20; Kings Point 51,

V against Fasron Six Thursday. Brooklyn 13; Ft. Meade 15, Howard

t Carroll rolled 212 and 224, while 6, and Trinity 42, CoastGuard

Meanwhile, second-place Aviation Lem Carpenter FAETU hit the 6.

Ordnanceman School rompedover mark for the second straight week *

Naval Air Weapons System with a 229.Hospital's. One Naval District 1954-55; bas

School and AE (A) School, 18-0 Ted Durni enteredthe ketball champion has already been

and 160. respectively. club for the second time, roll crowned. NAS Coco Solo copped

Matt Kurillth, Jim Younge and ing 208. the 15th ND title for the third

jlm Swindler scored for the Gunnies Newcomers were Jim Bolin, Vp. consecutive time.

in the first tiff. The aerial $qa '..J AMy 18, who just made it with an even The Naval Station defeated .

combination of Kurlllch to Swindler 200, and FAW-ll's Tom McDermott Fleet Weather Central in the payoff ..

featured victory in the second fx f with 213. McDermott holds game. What'll: they do betweennow

contest the high series mark of 601 Snd Eastern Navy tourney
time!
TOP TKN AVERAGES
Tl rd-JlllW'fI Aviation Storekeeper Nm U.U Garen Avr. Dean Ramsey and Adrian Bar..
of SHOTS FOR SIIOOTERS JAX Navy's national champion Carroll I, VA-175 .........., is ig nier AK
School also a pair helped A
swept skeet team, which will represent the United States in the International Durnl. Hospital ...........17 171Kdolo ( ) School to defeat
games, downing the Marines, 13-0 Championships at Caracas, Venezuela, Nov. 15-20, gets : VP-18 ...........11 m a combine from the Beach
Yarmak. NARTU ..........12 172
and Training Facilities, 20-0. "ih r in preparation for Its trip t. South America. Yellow fever Sta g.. Fanron Sic ...,... .12 1TJ Major Bowling League, 3-0, re
Inoculations and tetanus and typhoid boosters were given the Pavlnato. VF-44 ..........18 101Rlarkatock cently.
In another fray Airman Prepa. team by Robert Clary, IIM1. From left are, Titus Harris ATS. of 1 Awcrrv.: ,.,.1rt 161
.. MeDermott. ..,.. 14 1BC Ramsey had a 515 sH while
$ School subdued NAWS Bill Arthur AOC V. !! Ken
ta ory VP-J: ; Joe Hayirian AE1: AE School; ; VP-3 .19 16 i
School, 60. Pendergras, AEC, NARTU, and CIIGUN Francis Smith, AO School. Man :.aF. on silt ::::::::14 16S Barnler posted a 186 high single


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-Cops Four Weeks Left Machinists Win In ,



IM Volleyball On Mainside IM O &Larry R Ten-Pin Stanton rolling PlayWith A


massive 560 series, Machine Di-
Gridiron Front
Championship vision beat Electric Shop, '2-1,

I k in the NAS OAR bowlingleague
Traveling unblemished through There's four weeks of spirited last week.Hydraulics .
13-match schedule, CVG-1T has
action the Main-
.left on swamped Engine
the :Malnside intramural
captured league championship.VC62 side intramural touch football Performance, 3.0, in another :
volleyball
front with a wide open race Division
encounter, while Plant i
whose only loss in 13
still in vogue.At and Cowling Shop each posted e
times out was Buffered at the this wilting, Fasron Six I i
finishedin 2-1 veidicti, over Electronics a
of the Staffers,
,hands
continues to hold sway with an
and Power Plant, respectively,
second place. Both clubs have
unbeaten mark Close in pursuit,
finished their campaigns.Holding however, are Hospital and OAR:; Planning No. 1 decisloned
Planning No. 2, 2-1, behind a
third place, pending final a I
t Not far back Is VP-3 with NAR
551 set by Jim Veal'il. High 1
neck's. results, are the Hus- TU a close,fifth. .
kite of VP-3, with Fasion 109 and Several key battles loom on the man for the losers WM Fred
McLemor with 495.: j
VF-44 half a length 'behind. horizon. One of which is tomoi- 4
Production Control behind
,
Last week, CVG-17 wrapped up row's tiff involving Fasion Six I ',i
Walt 548 tipped i
Hanchey's ,
with of
the regular season a pair and OAR.

forfeit wins, over Supply and Fireworks will be in evidenceat Emergency Repair and Supply 1
finished In a I'i-l'i knot: with
VF-22. VC-62 gained a forfeit win
I HOLD FIRST LF.G.-First; -place finishes In basketball, and Wednesday's skirmish between Accessoileg.NATTCenter's,
from VP-18. bowling allowed "1'-11 to capture the first leg on the new Main Hospital and NARTU.Brlnson Maiinen held 1
Later, the second-placets do,,'ned I side Iron Man Trophy. The Patrolmen won the championships Leads Way ,
VF-44, 15-11, 9-15, 15-11 during the 1954 spring season. Deployment in VF-44 won via foiftit an earlier presentation .f the award to the winners. Left to right minal, lost a half-game in thrace
no, : AI-I are, Ens Harold R. Kuhn, VP-ll athletic officer; Comdr. John T. a Nov 19 engagement while Fas for first place in Veteran's
Fasron 109 and VP-3 downed Straker, VP-18 commanding officer: Capt. John S. Thuh,' NAS ron Six and NARTU fight it out .
eration, 12.15, 15-13, 15.4, commanding officer, who presented the award, and Frank McCaf. Nov. '24. loop kegllng.Slim 'j
I frey, NAS Intramural Director.
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Last week, VP-3 continued to "

.Jax Navy Links R forces run riot, 40-6., licking Homer Supply's Brlnson docile scored Field Vies 1


Champion Boasts PAT three Other times TD'Vue and tallied registered one For Berths With


Pair Of CrownsA I and by the Jim Huskies'Boroff. Frank Finneran\ Jax Navy Five '


former JAX Navy golfing star, O & R ran roughshod over a I I The tempo of practice on the

Bill Scaibtough, may well be the helpless Operations seven, 32-6 1 Jax Navy varsity basketball scene I II

only. Imkster active today who Tony Campital, John Blackson, I I has increased, despite the scant '''\

can boast of holding championships I Ken Holdbiooks, Al Elchuch and I I few candidates vielng for a(berth

at two golf courses in the I Bill Graves tallied for the victors. I with the Flier five

name 'eRr. I Personnel VictoriousAl I I Dally dillls are being held ,at 1

:Not long after snagging the Rough Road Trek Faces St. John tallied three times the Malnside gym, Building 3, under 'j

championship at the Station golf in leading his Hospital mates toa j the careful eye of coach 1

course, Memphis Bill was trans- 37-19 conquest of VF-22 Cava- Frank McCaffiey. A daily roll call y

fer'red to NAS Memphis.' Wave Hardwood lieis Joe Brazil registered a pair brings forth an average of 15

TilE TEN >SEE base conducts SquadThe of scoters for the Medics while men per workout.

its championship tofu ney i Ken McKnight crossed the line The slimness of the crowd is

in the fall of 'the. year, thus al- 1 Jax Navy Waves' basketball squad heads vvestwaidfor twice for the losers I bolstered slightly, however, with

lowing Scar bl o\lgh a shot at the a rough, three-jrame road stand this weekend with hopesof I Jerry Thomas, In one of the the return of three members of

{'rOl1and a chance: to be links capturing a share of laurels. Presenting a solid offence, I most scintillating running per- last year's championship club and ,:'

champion at two comses. the lassies will be competing for the first time under the formances of the year, helped his one back from the 52-53 aggregation

Shooting his usual steady game, I nickname "Cracketjax. I Personnel squad down VC-62 25- I \

Scaibiough captured the Mem* Ellen New, YNSN, of NATT-' I -- -- ;| 18. Thomas, Jim Haris and Arlie Back from last year's squad

phis title by decl&ioning Hornet !Center SID, sent In the winning I I Richards scored for the winners, are Dick Tale (VW-4)), Junior j
HAWS AE Schools
Turner, :2 and 1, in the final i monicker It was deemed most desirable \ Fasron Six claimed a forfeit Cassell (VW-4)) and Due Htldleth /

round.RUJ. I I[ name, by the Judges. Fifteen ,Set Volleyball Pace win over VC-62 and Personncd did (NAS) while Jim Daley I '11
DILL captured a pio.am entries were received during likewise against Fasion 109. (AE School) has returned from .1

tourney at Sanford, successfully the three-week contest. Naval Air Weapons System foIT"NIJNj two campaigns ego. 1
defended the San Jose (Through frl Jax
In"ltation-1 It's
From here on, expected School and Aviation Electr'ician'sMate Tam W I. T "fI' 1'\ J JI
al crown and copped the N A Sand : Wave athletic units 'will i i 1 f'u"WIt I'\h: .... ...... ..6) 0 0 lilf rh' the Fliers before the season's initial ,
School Class B tied
I Navy are for () &R .. .......... .6 1 0 J:19: roO I
City Four-Ball titles, all in campaign under the 'CiHckeijax'banner. first place in the NATTCenter Ilospital ........... S 1 1 119 r.H I tap-off Nov. 22 at Orlando '
four months time. Scarbiough I I Intramural 1 j1U : ::: iG Ah Force Base First home encounter .
volleyball league : : :::::: 420V.8 .
teamed with Comdr Frank Hejer I Vo'rJ: ............ 'l :l 1 jli !I:3 is Nov. 26, day after .
%\In OjM'iier NAWS.School downed Training Personnel ......... 4 :i 0 7R 110
in the last two events Meanwhile, high hopes are held Facilities, 15.10, 158, ant then ""/liron 109 ......... 4 :3 t I 7'i! 48 I Thanksgiving, against Stetson
While at NAS Jax, the resolutechief V F.41 .............. 2 :'t :2 HI 132 University's Hatteio.Civilian .
for a successful/ road engagement : toppled l Aviation Storekeeper Supply .. ......... 1 4 2 It' 114OpC'rlllon.
wax attached to Naval AirMobile I ..., .,
l 4 0 65 1ou62 !
Detachment.At The gala battle the Pensacola School, 1-5-5, 16-14, In matches \'('. ..........to..... 1 II 0 :\1 102CVGl7 I .
Training Gosettes Friday night, meet Keesler's last week ......to or.. 0 7 0 50 195
he's for .
working
present,
at Biloxi, Miss, the
Wafs
; Meanwhile, AH CBt got safely "Why did in
NAS Memphis Special Services as you stop singing Links
finish Sunday
assistant to professional George'' following evening, and by AO (A) School, 15.0, 153. the choir, Thomas?"
at Ft. Walton Beach, Fla,
McKay. Other scores' were: AK (A) "Well, one Sunday I was sick
against the Eglin Wafs. School defeated AO (A), 15-6, 15-
4 and didn't sing, and a lot of peo
Jax Navy tripped the Prudential 9j; AN (P) School tipped Marines, ple in the congregation asked if Tourney Sets
Traveler: Quick, give me a successful -
girls, 47-21, In a
15-0, 15-0, and then defeated.AO the organ had been fixed."
round-trip tkkeU"Clerk 1954-55 debut at the Mainside (A), 16-14, 1510. +I I
: "Wheie to? gm last Thursday evening. --.Jo,

Traveler: 'Back here, you fool" Big gun for the locals was Ger- Final RoundFinal
.
rl Gorsky with '26 points. Mary

Anderson chipped in kith ten ipund is on tap in the
FromYesteryear
Sports mark us. annual Civilian Golf Tourney

"0 oud-nad"-j\rlllt'la at the NAS links with favorites '

The following night, Balles-Sev's to be crowned, in all
sextet proved too formidable for r .
Another, a weekly feature the Cracker- R t eL flights after this week's play
Jax Navy,' downing
In the
champion flight, Ray
that beings to life performances -
jax 3618. ,Gerri Gorsky again Kennedy triumphed over Jim
pn the Naval Air Sta- paced the Waves with eight points > Vearil, 4 and 3. He'll face Red

tion sports scene from dusty "The girls looked real fine in Everett, < and 3 conqcror of
Issues of the Jax Air News.' Charlie Boucher
the opener, with everyone carry- First
Flight competition
: saw
TEN YEARS AGO TODAY "
ing out their assignment nicely, Bill Gouchnour upend Charlie
North Carolina Pre-Flight, stated coach Matt Kurllich, 'but Fields, 6 and 5, while Jack Plew ,,
ranked among: the nation's Tor they tied up the next time out." advanced via e forfeit from

Ten, edged the All.Station Fliers Next home appearance for the v Walker Crevasse flew, who has.
n't lifted a club during tourney
14-13 before 7,500 Mason
Crackerjax will be next Wednes- play, meets Gouchnour in tho
Field 'fans. A missed placement day at 2000 in a return battle finals.

by the locals' Edo Vanni with Prudential. Malnside gym Bill Harris, 7 and 6 winnerover

proved costly.FIVE has been set as the tentative cite I Nick Pufillano, meets George
A xY' Gemming for second flight honor
YEARS' AGO TODAYJax
.
Gemming edged Frank MtCaf.
Navy upset' previously A church custodian, with a rec- frey, 2 and 1.
unbeaten Eglin Field. 21-14, at In
third
ord of long and harmonious serv- flight action, Joe Ptr:
the lattet's' bailiwick The Fli- ritt faces Jake Smith. The former
ice, was once asked how he managed
ers pulled out the victory in downed Glenn Volp, 1-up while
of to get along with the various BOTTLENECK ,AIIEAD-Frank: Kloss, VP-3 ball-farrler, ap- Smith waylaid Ralph Johnston
the last few minutes play. women's groups who held frequent epars headed for virtual entanglement as he runs into a host of 2 and 1.

The annual Civilian Golf meetings in the building, opponents. Kloss stayed out of the mix-up, however, and was .

Tourney got underway at the "Oh," he replied philosophically knocked out of bounds during this recent NAS touch football fracas "Of course I can spell' cor'rect'ly
24 In which the Huskies sank Supply, 336. No. 18 is Ted Walters
station golf course with entrants "
1 Just get in neutral and let 'em said the company clerk, "but
of Supply. The Storekeepers' Floyd Howard (14)) waits! with hands
seeking laurels. push me about. out hoping perhaps for the enemy to throw him a short one. I'm not a fanatic about it."

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..w JOK Glovers Bombard T TIME OUT I



:; Camp Stewart Ringmen : With i Gordon Robbie

The small number of candidates

}hand in the first
"' Jax Navy's 1954-55 boxing team made its debut a successful on

one by scoring: a clean sweep over Camp Stewart two weeks of practice for the

Thursday night at King Hall in a fistic show that had the 91 V t Jax Navy varsity basketball

'. packed house shaking the rafters with hcers.i squad is much short of previous

i Still a little rough around the J4IiYM1
:{
In a' tussle with a steer at a years.
edges, coach Bob Perkins' Navyisquad b
South Georgia rodeo, squelched With 26 men on hand, give or
' registered a trio of knockouts
I <. his opponent at the 35 second take a few, veteran Flier mentor
in taking all matches on the
juncture of the third round. Frank McCaffrey settled down
eeven-bout card.
, '
/ There was little to choose be- for the annual task of culling the
. Carroll "Bull1' Gilchjlst, light-
tween the! well-matched pair In a squad down to the required size.
heavyweight, provided a clean 1
the initial rounds, but a powerful This year, the tank will ta
cut kayo when he spilled Isaiah
left and right combination put easier or more difficult, depending .
Pausing
Army 175-pounder.
I the early skids on Panting t on the way you look at It.
Well-Matched Pair Ily : .
I Strange, 135-pound Navy Approximately 90 hopefuls answered
"Da Bulle" who a few days fighter, was another kayo winner the starting whittle last.

earllM had emerged second best decking Chuck Anderson in 1:47: )'NU'. Just aerase '

---- of the second round
xi On no given day ha there been

Ten Contests On llollintt. Triumph _.,.; :..."'t'>".,".,. -""""" _....._ .................. I Ir enough candidates on the court
The third kayo came when I Bash 156-pound Marine this year for McCaffrey to hold
r AT INITIAL SMOKER Bobby ,
NAS Grid Slate Randy Fladger swarmed all overonnle ,I t from Aviation Ordnanceman School, swarms in on Peppy Pepeeto a suitable scrimmage, If he de.

R t Harmon, Army 145xninder (left), Army scrapper from Camp Stewart during action in last sired to do so. Running, an im
and Fas-
VF-44 faces Hospital and scored a TKO in week's first boxing smoker of the new season. Bash won a unanimous portant part of early practice
ron Six tackles 0 A R In a pairof decision over Pepeeto. The Jax Navy-Marine team cap-
1::45 of the first canto.In .
sessions, has been slightly cur-
shamboozlers tomorrow closing tued all seven bouts on the card. A large throng witnessed the
a seesaw battle that wasn't King Hall show.Special. tailed. You can't run a few men
out this week's NAS touch football -
decided until the final seconds ofthe -- ----- through the paces as easily as a
action. Six games are on the

alate for next week. third round, Navy welter Ralph Services Snares gym-full.
Rollins won a unanimous decision
With 75 men turning out atone
Tfc.r.(J ,. N.T. 4
NARTU vs Kiuron 109, Stadium. over Al Lewis. base and 100-plus at a few

Supply vs.Friday Operation, N.... *Muslin Marine Bobby Bash outlasted i other establishments, the small

VF-44 VI. hospital Stadium. 56-pound Peppy Pepeeto in gain. Senior Circuit Keg LeadHospital field available is not promising.
Fairon Six vi. OAK, Muslin
M.*.*. I Ing a unanimous verdict. Easily the moat pleasing spec-,
VF-2J VC-8J,
: Stadium.
vs. Russell Gets Nod tator aboard the station
'" VF-44 CVG-1T. Muslin sport ,
vt. knocked from its National
perch atop
:N... I was crazy .
Ta.aday Chuck Thomas scored a unani- with replete with collegiate
every game
Personnel v*. Supply Stadium League standings while VIM8 held on to the top rung in
". .".eI.,, N... Jt moth* decision over Army' Dick atmosphere, it's a bit
American League play during the fifth week of action
Stadium. on
NARTU.
IUl
H
vt. .
Howard in a battle of light. hard for this to understand
Futon 109 vt. Operation. :Mu.(ln.Thirn4ar corner
the Mainside intramural bowling
:N... It scene.
heavies. An overhand right shown the lack of enthusiasm
HOLIDAY-No game The Medics waxed hot and cold -- --- -
Friday, *Uv. It by Thomas proved the difference j Bill States' 539 and Jim Man. shown by a lot of good basket
Per.'.osnel vi. OAK.: Muslin last week, dropping a 4-0 decision ball .
Other Jax Navy victory came 'I no's :511 paced the victors.In material
to Special Services holders
new
when Clarence Russell won by < Fortunately, several key mew
of first place, then defeating Com- j other Junior loop action
have returned from last
I year'ssuccessful
forfeit in the 165-pound: clas*. I
Fasron Nine Posts municatiohs by the same score I
decisioned VC-62
In an exhibition bout opener, ComFairJax : campaign to form a I

Volleyball VictoryThree two Marine welters, Stan Beck later in the week. 3.1 and FAW-11 notched a for- fair nucleus. What may be lax-k I I

teams from Naval activities and Steve Petlegrlno, scrapped The new National League lead. kit win over VF22. In the National log It appear right now, will

in the Jacksonville area witn Beck getting a unanimous ers presented a smooth offense in 1* depth.

are featuring play in the Men's nod. toppling 2339 pins to a mere 1991 League, Personnel tied Operations Despite it all, there will be
I I
City Volleyball League which J for the embattled Corpsmen. while NARTU was post. basketball at Mainside gym this

holds competition twice week AK School' Sets Pace I After taking the first game ina lag a 3-1 victory over FAETU. I winter Opening tilt is set for Nov.

ly. roll-off, Hospital went on to AMERICAN: I.KAUIK: 26, day after I Thanksgiving,

Latest Navy club to post a lit Center Keg PlayDean down Communications, with Team! 3H W :2 1. Trt.VIS .'MilVJM4 against Stetson U.

victory was Cecil Field's Fas Ted Dnrnl's ,561 showing the It 5 ,7'G *
Ramsey: ace bowler from V 1'.3 IS !5 ..75(1Famon :
ron Nine, victors over Ortega Aviation Storekeeper School, was way. SU 15 !it ,7r>0 I' Steady Joe Conrad, a Second

last week, 15-1, 15-7, at Lacka- the heels of 'AW.lt 16 8 ..BG7i'asron Lieutenant from Gary Tex., AFB,
the hottest trundler in the NA TT- Supply stayed on 1W( R 8 .r 00.

wanna Park, Center intinmural bowling league Special Services, posting a pair of ComFjtlrJiK VA 115 10 7 14 JJ .417.350 recently copped the Air Force'sWoildWide

Sam Black and Harold Cen last week with score of 589 and 4-0 wins, over Communicationsand VIM 71 3 ..2TOVCB'J Golf Tournament with
ter played well on the net for- 1 23 .Ml I
a record-breaking 72-hole score
590. Photolab. Gene Walters was T-XJ: : 0 2:1: .000
the winning Fasronites. the big Run in both victories.In of 281.
sets incidentaly
Ramsey' high NATIONAL I.KMil'K
-- enabled the AK (A) king-pin the American League, hard- Team W 1. Trl. The week-long event was held
iMH'lil Set' slees 2 1 mA! i at Eglin Field, distant Air Force
to jump into a first place tie with luck VA-175, with a 2219 pinfall, Supply: -a 2 9.17 j
base in Northwest
Florida.
Gunnies Sweep Ralph Felt with 166 marks fell before VP-18, 3-1. The loop Operations Hospital: :II at 4 4 .. :11, *

Tiny Wilhorn holds thIrd place leaders felled 2341 sticks. Communication II: II .S42: j

Pair Of Games In with 162. Later, the Diplomats toppled Commissary SUUTU a 5 11 12 :.313.400: : 'I SHOUT PUNTS! As stated

I+TAN DINCN' Personnel ,6 14 ..'.IKOFAETU here last week, Pensacola's Goshawks
2298 pins, only to lose to Fasron:< ,
!* let s*
Team": N. Prl.AKtAI .
School ....... .41: J. ,4i6NAWS Six's revived Banshees 31. 48 TinnnnilU 2 1* .100 continue to plug for Navy
Center Grid LoopLong School ........41 7 .851 i liotolab 1 15 .063 pigskin honors The West
AMA( ) School ........:35 13 .729'' pins separated the two teams. ..:-_ -- ---- Floridians
Marines ...... ....3'i:: 15 ..67AB The Banshees, defending came up with a sec
touchdown passes from ( ) Schoui ........:::U Ni; ,ei0Spec.Serv. f ond straight upset at the expense
........1" 2is ,4n: champions, also gained a.... STRIKES
Chuck McCommas to Johnny Cul AOA( ) School ........17 31 .354 of Parria Island last week, 2113.
VC-62.
Commissary ... ..... ..5: U ,101 victory over hapless I t.
fcre-th gave Special Services-lst I SPARES Really starting click
Lieutenant 'a 13.6 victory over .e (about time). Had three out of
I
SPLITSFive four last week. This time around
Aviation Electrician's!: :Mate SchoolIn
we ace Navy over Duke, Colo-
the NATTCenter touch football keglers found the way to rado over Missouri, Purdue over

league last week. I .a the 200 Club last week, three of Iowa and Georgia over Florid

"Chuckln1 Chuck" tossed one them In a repeat performance.Jack On the service football front:

Carroll, VA-175 king-pin, Notre Dame 6, Navy 0; Quantico
payoff paws for 47 yaid and the entered the "hallowed halls" for 26, Camp Lejeune 19; Boiling(

other for 35 yards. Marine Jim the third and fourth times, posting AFB 60, Cherry Point 15; Army

Kelly scot f'd the Sparkles touch a pair of over 200 games 21 Virginia 20; Kings Point 51,

down. against Fasron Six Thursday. Brooklyn 13; Ft. Meade 15, Howard -

v. Carroll rolled 212 and 224, while 6, and Trinity 42, CoastGuard

Meanwhile, second-place Aviation Lem Carpenter FAETU, hit the 6.

Ordnanceman School rompedover 1 n mark for the second straight week *

Naval Air Weapons System ; with a 229.H08pita1'. One Naval District 1954-55 basketball

School and AK (A) School, 18- ( at>3 Ted Durnl enteredthe champion has already been

and 16-0, respectively .. A club,for the second time, rolling crowned. NAS Coco Solo copped

Matt Kuiilkh, Jim Younge and 208. the 15th ND title for the third'

Jim Swindler scored for the Gunnies ? re Newcomers were Jim Bolin, VP- consecutive time.
.
> in the first tiff. The aerial 18, who just made it with an even The Naval Station defeated

combination of Kurllich to Swlnd 200, and FAW-ll's Tom McDer- Fleet Weather Central in the pay..

her featured victory in the second e mott, with 213. McDermott holds off game. What'll: they do betweennow

contest; 'ia the high series mark of 601, find Eastern Navy tourney
sH, \\ time
sa. Tor TICK AVERAGES:
Third-place Aviation Storekeeper Nam" 11.lt Games Avg. Dean Ramsey and Adrian Bar.
School also swept a pair of SHOTS FOR SHOOTERS Jax Navj's national champion Carroll VA-175 ....... .....1!! JTODurnl nier helped AK (A) School to defeat
skeet team which will represent the United States in the Inter- Hospital ...........17 177
games, downing the Marines, 13- national Championships at Caracas Venezuela Nov. 1S. O. gets Jodol: (). VP-18 ...........If 1T2Yarmalc a combine from the Beach
NARTU ..... .....12 172
and Training Facilities 20-0. Shot" in preparation for its trip to South America. Yellow fever Sta gl. FaAron Six: ........12 mPavlnato. Major Bowling League, 5-0, re
Inoculations and tetanus and typhoid boosters were given the VF-44 .......18 lf} cently. *
In another fray, Airman Preparatory team by Robert Clary, IIMI. From left are Titus Harris All of Rlarkatock. Epee.-Ser v. ....Iff 167
subdued NAWS McDermott( FAW-ll ......14 106Andriota Ramsey had a 515 set" while
School
VP-3; Joe Hayman, AKI AE School; Bill Arthur AOC VF-ZS; Ken VP-3 ,19 1&5Manno
'choul, 60. I Pendercr&s, AEC, NARTU, and CHGUN Francis Smith, AO School. Fatron silL ::::::::14 165 Barni r posted a 186 high single.


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4 November, JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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-Cops Four Weeks Left Machinists Win In (


IM O & R Ten-Pin Play
IM Volleyball On Mainside
With Larry Stanton rolling a

massive 1 560 series Machine Division
Gridiron FrontThere's
I ChampionshipTraveling beat Electric Shop, 2.1,

In the NAS O A; R bowling
: unblemished through'a :
of
four weeks spir- league last week.Hydraulics ,
13-match schedule, CVG-17 has
ited action Jeft on the Main- swamped EnginePerformance
captured the Mainside intramural side intramural touch football
3-0 in another

volleyball, whose league only championship.VC62 loss in. 13 !, front with a wide open race encounter while Plant Division i

still in vogue. and Cowling Shop each posted '!
Buffered at the
times out was
I At this writing Fasron Six I
of the Staffers, finishedin 2-1 verdicts, over Electronics j
hands continues to hold sway with an .(
and Power Plant, respectively a
clubs have
second place. Both
in
unbeaten mark Close pursuit,
decisioned
Planning No. 1 )
finished their campaigns. .. however, are Hospital and OAR.; Planning No. 2: 2-1, behind a '/
third place, pending final
Holding
Not far back .in VP-3 with NAR-
week's. results are. the' Huskies ,TU 4 close fifth.( 551 set by Jim Vein ). Highman I ,
'
of VP-3 with Fail on 109 and! Several key battles loom on the for the' loser WM Fred '
McLemor With 495.
VF-44 halt a length behind. horizon. One of which is tomor J

Last week, CVG-17 wrapped up S row's tiff Involving Futon Six 1 Production Control behind
Walt Hanchey's 848 tipped f
the regular season with a pair of and OAR.
forfeit wins, over Supply. ant Emergency Repair and Supply
Fireworks will be In evidenceat
win .>' ; -..,,- finished in a 1'M'i! knot with
VF22. VC-62 gained a forfeit
I HOLD FIRST LEG=;First-place Ilnkhes in basketball, and Wednesday's skiimlsh between' Accessories

from VP-18. bowling allowed VIMS to capture the first leg on the new Main. Hospital and NARTU. NATTCenter's Marines, held
Later, the second-placers downed I side Iron Man Trophy. The Patrolmen won the championships Brlnson leads Way
VF-44, 15-11 9-15 1511. Also during the 1954 spring season.'Deployment In .Argentia prevented VP-3 and Hospital are down fora to a 1':.1'. tie by Jax Terminal -

VF-44 ,,'on'i... forfeit from I an earlier presentation .t the award to the winners. Left U rightare lost a half-gam In the
Nov. 19 while Faa-
Ens. Harold R. Kuhn VP-1S athletic officer; Comdr. John T. engagement race for first place in Veteran'sloop
Fasron 109 and VP-3 downed Operations Straker, VP-18" commanding oflt..r: Capt. John S. Thach,- NAS ron Six and NARTU fight it out kegling. ,

12-15 15-13, 15-4. commanding officer, who presented the award, and Frank McCaf Nov. '24. "

I frey, NAS Intramural Director. -
Lut week VP-3 continued to

Jax Navy Links run forces riot 40-6.licking Homer Supply's Brinson docile scored Slim Field l l Vies

three times and tallied one! \
Champion Boasts PAT Other TD's were registered For Berths With
1 I

Pair Of CrownsA I by the Jim Huskies'Boroff Frank Finneranand \ Jax Navy Five :


former Jax Navy golfing star,. OAR ran roughshod over a The tempo of practice on till

Bill Scaibrough may well be the ]I helpless Operations seven! 32-6. I Jax Navy varsity basketball seen j

only linkster active today who Tony Campital, John Blackson I I has Increased despite the scant -",

can boast of holding championships ,II Ken Holdbtookfl, AI Kkhuch and I I few candidates vieing for aiberth :,

at two golf courses in the Bill Graves tallied for the victors. with the Flier five. '(

same year. I I I Personnel VictoriousAl I I I Daily dtllls are being; held ,at :'

Not long after snagging the Rough Road Trek Faces St. John tallied three times the Mainside gym Building 3, under .j

championship at the Station golf in leading his Hospital mates toa 1 the careful eye of coach .

course, Memphis Bill was transferred 37.19 conquest of VF-22's Cava- I FI ank McCaffrey. A daily toll call

to NAS Memphis. I Hardwood lien Joe Brazil registered a pairof brings forth an average of 15
Wave I
THE TENNESSEE base conducts Squad scorers for the Medics while men per WOI kout.

Its championship tourney i Ken McKnight crossed the line The slimness! of the crowd Ifl
I
in the fall of the year, thus allowing I The Jax Navy Waves' basketball squad heads westward twice for the losers. bolstered slightly, however, with

Scatbiough a. shot at thenOVl'n for a rough, three-jrame road stand this weekend with' hopes I .Jerry Thomas. in one of the the return of three members of

and a chance to be links I of capturing a share of laurels. Presenting; a solid offense, most scintillating running performances I last year's championship club and

champion at two couise. the lassies will be competing for the first time under the I of the year helped his one back from the 52-53 aggre

Shooting his usual steady game, 'i nickname "Crackerjax." I Personnel squad down VC-B2 25- gation.

Scatbrough captured the Mem.I'I Ellen New, YNSN, of NA'n'-1 -- 18. Thomas Jim Haris and Arlie Back from last year's squadate

phis title by declsionlng Center SIO, sent in the HAWS AE Schools : Richards scored for the winners. Dick Tate lV\\'-'), Junior

Turner, 2.: and 1, in the final i 'I monicker. It was deemed most desirable \ I Fasron Six claimed a forfeit Cassell (VW-4) and Dave HIMteth -

round. I I name, by the Judges. Fifteen Set Volleyball Pace I i win over VC-62 and Personned did (NAS) while Jim Daley .1

nit nil.14 captured a pro-am entries were received duringthe I likewise against Fasron 109.. (AE School) has returned from

tourney at Sanford successfully three-week content. Naval Air Weapons SystemSchool STAND1M1S two campaigns ago.
defended the San Jose In\'ltatlon-1 it's Jax Through KrtiUt', Oil.. 21.> A lot of work lien ahead for
From here on, expected and Aviation Electrician'sMate Turn w I. T PI" FAruMon
al crown and copped the NAS Navy Wave athletic units Nv 111 School, Class B, are tied fOl'first Six 6 0 0 1'ta: M the fliers before the season's ini-
tr& K .
and City Four-Ball titles, all In campaign under the "Ctackeijax. place in the NATTCenter hospital .. !6.1 1 i 0 1 i.ra 119: r rw>o tial tap-off Nov. 22 at Orlando .
four months time. Scarbrough I v N-3 6 8 0 178 9'tNART'tJ Air Force Base. First home encounter -
banner. intramural volleyball lengue. :::::::::::: 42O1'(5 83a
teamed with Comdr. Frank Heyerin downed V.r.l: .. ............ : :l 1 7Hu! is Nov. 26, day after
'I tVln Opener NAWStSchool Training 1'e1'sonnel 430: 78 110 J I
I
StetsonUniversity's
the last two events.While Thanksgiving against :
held Knsron 109 4 3 0 75 48
Meanwhile, high hopes are Facilities, 15.10. 15-8, and then
at NAS Jax the resolute Vl<'.41 2 3 2 81 132 Hatters
I for a successful/ road engagement.The toppled l Aviation Storekeeper Supply ... 1 4 2 fl.1 114
chief was attached to Naval AirMobile OprrHtloru 1 4 0 65 1PI!)
gala: battle the Pensacola School, 15-5:;, 36-14, in matches .
Vl'-fi2 1 fI 0 :V> ](r'I
: Detachment.At
Training Go&ettes Friday night, meet J\eell. last week.\ CV M7 0 7 0 50 lay:
present he's working for .
I ler's Wafs at Biloxi, Miss., the I Meanwhile, AE (}31 I got nafely
NAS Memphis Special Services BJ "Why did you stop singing In Links
assistant to professional George following evening, and finish Sunday by AO (A) School, 15-0, 153. the choir, Thomas?" ICivilian
at Ft. Walton Beach Fla.,
:McKay.Tiaveler. Other scoies were: AK (A) "Well one Sunday I was sick
against the Eglin Wafs. School defeated AO (A), 15-6, 15-:
and didn't sing, and a lot of pave'pie
Jax Navy tripped the Prudential 9; AN ((1') School tipped Marines in the congregation asked if Tourney Sets-
"Quick give me a
: successful I
girls 47-21, In a
15-0 15-0, and then defeated AO the had been fixed."
organ
round-trip ticket! 1954-55 debut at the>i Matnslde I
I
A 16.14
( ), 15-10. 'I I I .
Clerk: "Where to? i gym last Thursday evening.Big ,

Traveler' : "Back here you fool." gun for the locals was Ger- ; Final RoundFinal
I 5t" t
I rl Gorsky with '26 points. :Mary .:

i Anderson chipped in vrlth ten round is
on tap in tho

Sports fromYesteryear maikcts. : J 4# annual Civilian Golf Tourneyat .
.
"
"( \II nude
the NAS links with favorites -

The following night, BaUes. ey's a .+ to be crowned in all
y3 v ,fDJR a4., t r a Z y
too formidable for b
sextet proved .
flights after this week's
Another In a weekly feature play.In .
Cracker
the
Jax Navy downing the
champion flight
Ray
that toie\ petform-
bongs
jax 3618. ,Jerri Gorsky again Kennedy triumphed over Jim
ances pn the Naval Air Station paced the Waves with eight points. Vearil 4 and 3, He'll face Red

sports scene from dusty "The girls looked real fine in Everett < and 3 conqeror of
issues of the Jax Air News. Charlie Boucher.
TODAYNorth the opener, with everyone carrying First Flight competition saw
TEN YEARS AGO
out their assignment nicely" }' a Bill Gouchnour upend Charlie
t
Carolina Pre. Flight, stated coach Matt: Kurilich, "but 2 1y Fields, 6 and 5, while Jack Plew ,

ranked among the nation's Tor they tied up the next time out." advanced via a forfeit from
Ten, edged the All-Station Fliers for the Walker Crevasse flew who has-
Next home appearance
n't lifted club
a during
tourney
14-13 before 7,500 Mason Crackerjax Will be next Wednesday r play meets Gouchnour in the
Field fans. A missed placement
at 2000 in a return battle finals.
by the locals' Edo Vannl with Prudential. Mainside gym i'I. S K. Bill Harris 7 and 6 winner
:: : over Nick Pugllano meets George
proved costly.FIVK
has been net as the tentative site.! lemming for second flight honors
YEARS!; AGO TODAYJax .
Gemming edged Frank McCaf.

Navy upset previously A church custodian with a record frey, 2 and 1.

unbeaten Eglin l the latter'ji:, bailiwick. The Fliers ( ritt faces Jake Smith. The former
ice was once asked how he managed
pulled out the victory in downed Glenn Volp 1-up while
to get along with the various BOTTLENECK AHEAD-Frank KIoss, VP-3 talf-rarricr, ap- Smith waylaid Ralph Johnston
the last minutes of
few play.
women's groups who held frequent epars headed for virtual entanglement as he runs into a host of 2 and 1.
The annual Civilian Golf meetings in the building opponents. Kloss stayed out of the mix-up however, and was I 0

Tourney got underway at the "Oh" he replied philosophically, knocked out of bounds during this recent NAS touch football fracas "Of course I can spell ccimt
station golf course with 24 entrants in which the Huskies sank Supply, 336. No. 18 is Ted Waltersof "
Vm ly said the clerk "but
1 Juat get in neutral and let company
Snpply. The Storekeepers' Floyd Howard (14)) waits \lh( hands
seeking laurels. push; me about. out hoping perhaps for the enemy to throw him a short one. I'm: not a fanatic about it."

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.m1D HurricaneContinued

. ..t '' ( from Pare 1)
lag the Btorm's journey across
FOR RENT: the Carribbean, Haiti and the Ba

2Vi rm. fume apt., 3215 Oak St. hamas to the Carolina.
Ph. 88-9222, Harrison. YET HAZEL WAS JUST one

Furn. rm., 4615 Ramona Blvd Ph. a I ot eight hurricanes, which VW-4
2-6408, Roddy. ? f \ crews tracked down during the
8 rm. fume. apt., $50, 2739 Green. ; tY n i* past season. The huge technical
Ph. 7-4150, Buchanan. data board posted in the squad.
2 bdrm. unfuin. house, $e5, 3130 ron's aerological office is filled
W 16th. Ph. 8-G768, Carney.S There is hardly room to track
rm. furn. apt., 3203 Lake Shore k another storm, should it arise. Oc-
Blvd. Ph. 2-2771, Nelson. \a urrance of a tropical storm this

4 rm. furn. apt., 544 Oak, apply late in the year, while possible,
542 Oak. Ph. 7-6778, Fleet is rather unlikely.
2 rm. turn apt., $50, 3659 River- Hurricane No.1, Alice, was
side, Strickland. born on June 25 in the western

New turn apt, adults, 2150 Park. Gulf of Mexico. She was small
Ph. 7-5597; Baker ,... _.._"..,... .. -" .... I.- ___ __ and rather weak by comparison,
3: fuin. rnn, 436 E 31'<1. Ph. 6- PROMOTION MAST FOR MARINES-When the Marines do anything, they do It In a big way but still a storm. Alice requiredtwo
Lt. Col. Frank R. Porter, skipper of the Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter, arcompan- investigative flights.
7776, Hall. led by M/Sgt. Hugh Lewis, sergeant major, present promotion warrants to six: new sergeants and I
4-3 im. unfuin. apts, $40, 576 24 corporals Receiving new stripes are: Sets. Harry Cannon, Harry Cassell, Burt Hagerman, Pat I Barbara, No. 2, was picked up
Bishop Gate Lane. Ph. 4-5163, Isadore, Owen Lada and Cleveland Merritt; Cpls. Robert Allen, George Boyko Arthur Dornath, July 28. It required only one flight
Alfred Faulkner, Louis Flaherty, Leo Gallagher, James Gayle, William Haas, Gerald Hypes, Frank before it passed inland over LouisIana -
or 3-9051, Smith. Jankunis, Richard Klamy, William Marr, Robert Neely, James Parrish, Charles Pless, Roger Roberts as*a very weak storm.
2 bdim unfurn. house, $80, 4330 << Frederick Rose, Oscar Shackelford, Helen Skrekas, William Snyder, Charles Stubbs, AlvinWhately No. 3 was Carol, born on August
Ortega Farm Cir Ph. 2-4890, James 'Wilshire, Alfred Witt and Melvin Young
24. It took ten flights, anda
Bennett ': --, total of '82.6 air hours before
2 bdim. fuin. gar. apt., $70, 8480 'I Discharge 74 Servicemen/ i the, VVpilots and crewmen

Mamesa, Ph. 112-8-4551, Sam 2,677 Civilians As Risks wrote her off the books. Carol

ples. The Department of Defensehas passed inland over New England

fI im. furn. bung., Ortega' 2919 disclosed that 74 service- after raking much of the East

Doric. Ph. 2-5224, Harris. Fishi men received discharges under Coast.
bdrm. turn 1233 THEN CAME DOLLY on Aug-
1 apt., Ingleside. conditions other than'honorable
Ph. 2-3567, Thomas. ust 30 in the vicinity of Bermuda.
mack during 1954 because of either (Personnel are invited to visit Dolly finally blew herself out in
5 im. turn apt., 2035 Ernest Ph. tinue to Communist affiliations or asso the USO Servicemen's Club at 87 the North Atlantic on Sept. 2,
7-4234, Joiner. their elates. W. Monroe St. The Club I 18 open after keeping five planes busy
Turn bdrm., 2035 Ernest Ph. 7- Prizes from 0930 to 2380 daily) for a total of 41.( air hours.
4234, Joiner ing the In another but entirely sep- Thursday, November 4 8:30: Edna was the next trouble

2 rm. furn. gar. apt, 2636 M 'ra. been arate report, the U. S. Civil P.M. Open House. maker, picked up on SeptemberS
Ph. 7-8516, Cowart. ter, Service Commission announced Friday, November 5-6.30: P.M. in the Bahamas. Edna requireda

S rm. furn. apt., 3253 Dignan. Ph. best> the dismissal of 2,611 civilian Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Supper. total of D9 4 air hours by VW-4
8-1760, Ballantine. in a 11 employees of the government 8:00: P.M To announced.. crews before she finally gave up
Lake officially designated as security Saturday, November 6 10:00: in the vicinity of Newfoundlandon
:2 I bdim. turn house, 6115 Commo-
dore Dr. Ph. 6-4050 ter wins risks, though not necessar- A.M. Open House all day. 8:00: Sept. 11. She also raked :a
Rodgers.
ice chest. ily subversive. (AFPS) P.M. Record Hop. considerable portion of the East
S rm. futn. apt., $50. 2363 Myra. The Sunday November 7 10:00: Coast.

Ph. 7-4738, George. Bill A.M. Dunking Round Table free FLORENCE A1GILDA,

Furn.. apt 2604 Post. Ph. 7.7295, cell, of Comdr MyersContinued coffee and donuts. 8:00: P.M'Mov. storms Nos. 6 and 7. were com-

Bray. Young from Page 1)) ies. aratlveljr mild sisters. They gave
S rm. turn cottage, 2627 College. uncer, ( Monday, November 8 Ping the "Hurricane Hunters" a total
Ph 7-4006, harry Johns 1946 to 1947. Pong Instructions with Frank of 37.( hours in the air. Florence
4 S FROM! JUNE 1948, until May Puskas. Skating at Skateland, reduced formed in the Western Gulf of
The 1949, Comdr. Myers was executive rates.Tuesday Mexico
MISCELLANEOUSCliildten's, on Sept. 11 and went inland -
D. W. !officer Of Composite _Squadron 12. November 7 Game over Mexico on Sept. 12
all ages, 1329
nursery
a 7 lIe, then attended Post Graduate Night. Gilda formed on Sept. 26 and wa
Walnut. Ph. 4-0360, Morford. on '
School UniversityIn Wednesday, November 27 causing floods in Guatemala and
Baby sitter, day and eve. 1110 in the Northwestern
Alleghany Rd, NAS, Rosalie a Evanston, Ill., where he received NATTCenter Serenaders. British Honduras the next day.
Ortiz. There his Masters Degree. The rest of the nation was given

Baby sitter, day and eve. 1715 entries. From then until Feb. 1953, when Cathedral Parish in St. Augus- an extra inside look into the
Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Addie. The he went to NAS Patuxent River, tine invites all servicemen and operations of the "Hurricane
attached to the Bureau Its Service- Hunters" via the comic strip of
that he was their families to visit
Will with ADCin
exchange duty
any Personnel. club is locatedat "Buz Sawyer" by Roy Crane.
Naval
Jax area. Now stationed at fill out 9f men's Club. The
Saufley Field, Pensacola. Con have Comdr. and Mrs. Myers have the Lyceum, two and one-half Crane spent some time in Jax
I this series which did
tact J, E. Moone, 8304 Dela. for Y&arl.'I two daughters, Kathleen Ann, 3, blocks south of the Post Officeon preparing ,
much to publicize the hazardous
ware, Jax. All and Patricia Brooks, 9 months. St. George Street.
by mall operations of the Navy "Hurri
Will take care of 2 children ages "c. cane Hunters."
".c'" -
2-5 112-8-2691 during, week Hall. 07001600. Ph. on the !itrtttJstf' 'j :"l 4 .

Cards f Ten ClothingContinued
?
Found =- Girl's purse. Owner may those

claim by calling MAA at Hosp. of at ( from Pace 1)
ext. 47. gued that such attire would be

Lost Envelope containing 2( as # 3 3c Inappropriate for government

pictures, addressed to Arnson, : meetings; it would be difficult to
4214 DaVince, in area between c identify officers, and a shift to
bldgs. 27 and 3. Contact Per- ( ) civilian clothes' might be misrepresented -
erhaul ,
reault, ext. 8585. as.an. attempt to con
Lost Car keys in area hanger which ceal the number of officers assigned

140. Ph. ext. 578, Brown, ALi the to Washington duty.
with The reinstatement of the Con.
tion, it i 4.at' struction Battalion shoulder patch
required : has been recommended by the
Pay A Visit To ;
sion Plan 1 9j Bureau OTIIEll of RECOMMENDATIONSIncluded Yards and Docks.

An $ t using the same fabric
Your cleaning now specified for khaki long.
.
ed, a
sleeve shirts for khaki tropical
ing is a short-sleeve shirts; increasing the
.
plant minimum outfit for NavCads to,
Navy Exchange
mated include two sets of khaki tropical -
finished shirts and shorts.
:
Other j The Board will also look over
Sax ae 'fM'y
samples of material for new off
The Profits Come : cers' raincoats, -and will consid.

$10,000; g1c-; er a variety of revised and up-

Back To Your to ; Y to-date Midshipmen.list of uniforms for Academy

and ,. -- .
Welfare FundYour 000. NEW TWIST IN PIN.UPS-Prett1 Pat Eastman has won herself Eighth AF Hq. Moves
from Lancaster
a rather unusual title. The curry 18-year-old ,
A Pa., has been chosen the "Girl With the World's Most Beautiful Headquarters of the Eighth Air
( Exchange Is A Frlvlle enough e ,Twist" by the National Pretzel Bakers Institute. Fat's posing in Force will be transferred from
television and radio. Maybe
New York where she's appearing on
Carswell AFB Texas to West
Hare Your ProperIdentification ,
power Pat doesn't drink beer, but in this photo she sure looks like she'son
) several a bender. over AFB, MSRI, Feb. 1, 19 5.Page .
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