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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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VP-5 SOS


l With hurricane lone '

lashing toward the east
J, coast last Friday, the Over- '

JI haul and Repair departmentof

I NAS Jax received an SOS "

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SUPER-CONNIE JOINS VW-4 FLEET Rolling onto the parking apron of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four is one The emergency, briefly,
of the Navy's new Constellation-type WV-3's. Flown here from Burbank, Calif by pilots and crew members of the squadron, the WV-3 was this: Three P2V's un- i iIII
I will be used by the Hurricane Hunters In tracking down tropical storms. The oblong object protruding from its "back" and the larger flyable due to faulty hydra- ,.i
one In the shadow of the plane's belly are'known as radomes, which house radar gear The plane, which carries a crew of 22, made III lie lines and replacements I
its first into'' no *
flight 'a hurricane Monday to track lone. x '
available. To get the y

.-- Neptunes airborne would
,
Future Roles require eighteen flexible
lines with all fittings '
complete

Told To 97 J1l X : I ur S I Lcadinpman. Len Owens
I
... Tubing Shop, Metal Division
received the informa-
AGO GradsThe I. -- tion, and with the faulty

material as samples, set up,
role which many of lastFriday's
manufactured, tested and
graduates from Aviation delivered the parts withinan

Ground Officers School at NAT- V L-13 No. 26 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 22 September 1955 hour. The result: Three
TCenter will combat intelligence
play as -
bombers airborne and eva-
center officers in the
new airborne early 1 warning Air Wing, 11 cuated as scheduled.

squadrons, was pointed out to
the 97-officer class by guest
3I
speaker Comdr. John N. Myers, ;. \ ; Sets 10-Day Claxon Test

acting commanding officer of the

Naval Introduced Air Station.by Capt.. Henry C. ASW ExerciseFleet Sounds At

DeLong, commanding officer of I'J
the Training Center,*Commander \ Air Wing-11 has 1200' NowIf

Myers told the graduating en- i launched its first extensive

signs they were the Navy's "new anti-submarine "Hunter Kil- you have been waiting
look" as intelligence, aeronautical ler" exercise this season with .
with anticipation each morn.
engineering, and electronics emphasis on maintaining a
officers. excellent record made in past ing for the 0900 fire claxon I
'
Associated with the airborne warfare training programs. blast, you've got a threehour 'it

early warning program since The ""Fox and Hound" maneu- wait. ",

1947, Commander Myers explain vers, to last 10 days, is taking For years the four synchronized .
ed how American science and i industry place off the coast of Mayport. located
"fog horns" Han.
at
working closely with the Participating as the "Hounds" are I
Navy, has bolstered and improved units of Patrol Squadron 3, and gar 124, Overhaul and Repair

our national defense. Patrol Squadron 5 out of NAS, Department, Fire Station No. 2

Jax, and VP-34 and VP-45, from and Power Plant No.2, have been .
"FROM 1943's experimentalstage MYERS TO MYERS-Comdr. John N. Myers (left), acting Coco Solo in Panama.
," he said, "the delivery of commanding officer of NAS Jacksonville, extends congratulating blasting. at 0900. Now you will
the WV-1 aircraft now being to Ensign Robert Myers, one of the 97 graduates of Aviation Fasron 109 will provide the hear, it daily at 1200. -
used in Jax's early warning Ground Officers School, during ceremonies held last Friday logistic. support and the Fasron
squadron, culminates years of school Comdr.class.Myers gave the graduation address to the NATTCenter Operations department, under Lt. The sounding of the claxon

development to extend human D. J. Demster, will be responsible at 1200 constitutes a dally testing

eyesight by electronic means and 10,000 For November for timely launching and recovering of the apparatus. '
enable ships' and aircraft to be of all seaplane flights.
The change in the testing sig.
detached and identified at great. P2V aircraft from Jax, assistedby
nal time may cause a bit of confusion f i
distances. ForcedTo PBM's and P5M's from Coco
"FUTURE SQUADRONS using Navy Solo, plan to stay hard on the to some of the Navy wives

the WV-2 and any further developed heels of the "Fox", played by the living aboard the station and in ,

types or modifications will Submarine USS Runner. Using Dewey Park, and to many per ;
be employed primarily in the Atlantic the latest in electronics devices ;
sonnel at the Station, who have i.
and Pacific and 'will be of Use DraftLagging and radar gear, these squadrons,
sufficient capability to provide all units of FAW-11, will track for years sort of relied on the "

continuous 24-hour airborne radar down and simulate an attack on claxon as an alert to put that pot

coverage over the entire area enlistments and widespread loss of thousandsof the "enemy. of coffee on the stove for the
between the terminals of the bar- Korean War veterans now at the end of their four-year Capt. Edwin J. S. Young, Com mid-morning coffee break:

rier lines. hitch have forced the Navy to turn to the draft to meet its mander FAW-11, is being assistedby Then again who knows The
"These lines will be'an integral authorized strength. The Navy has been a volunteer force Comdr. Jack L. Grayson, Operations .
part of the continental defense since the second world war. officer, and Lcdr. William 1200 testing signal could alert

system and will augment coastal November will see the national Carrier, Jr., ASW Officer and wives it's time for hubby to come
the Air hitches at the rate of 10,000 a other staff officers. home for his chow."DEAD.EYE'IUeLAINFJ1
coverage provided by' draft doubled; with 10,000 young I I noon .
month with
Force with the same type of through April, 6,000
men a month going into the Army
scheduled for May. None will be
equipment, the picket ships, the "": ff..w r -
radar islands, and the Far Northern and 10,000 to the Navy. The for- taken in January. The men will lf:;?f} i1l.t:1tt4. ; ing a Cougar let at 25,000 feet,
continental land-based radar mer has been calling on Selective be integrated into the fleet in the f kofSfr, liikiitif$$ bF n Lt. Roy McLain of Fighter
Service for 10tX)0) month since regular recruits Squadron 13 has established
a same manner as ,
stations. !
m hj. #4 1J.} ,( what could be an AlrLant gunnery -
Ensign Eugene Finkel was the last May. according to Navy planners, who i tM tfJf# vt.l;: 'Y <;. ',' record -. also express the hope that many ::: .q: :> 150 rounds fired in alr-to-alr
honor student of the class with THE NAVY PLANS to call upa :;: .1t.-t:;.$ ;
will extend for additional service r y( exercises..
Ensign Robert A. Meyers second total of 56,000 between November gunnery-- ---
The Brazilian officers also were and next June, at which timeit and careers.
included in the 97 graduates-Li hopes to abandon the man. ''' 'he training programs which

Wigando Engelke and Lt. CarlosDe power draft. These young men produce a large proportion of the .i:4 ) .$;
; <' '
Albuquerque. will be inducted for two-year (Please Turn to Page S, Col. 4) 'ti: }$J.t1 'tt.rM' i1f::r'x.t. ::6::
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I I VF-13 Pilots Score In Air-To-Air Gunnery I I .-: .-.".. .

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Fighter Squadron 13 sharpshooters score could be an Atlantic Fleet Rogers presently on exchange f?

were at it again last I record and quite possibly an All- duty with VF-13, when he made' f.
week with one of its pilots Navy record. : 97 hits in four runs during the

establishing a new air-to-air i The previous mark held by Lt. same type exercise, from an altitude f.t
gunnery record. Gregory of Jax Squadron VF-101 of 15,000 feet. t -.1

While the squadron was en- and established in October, 1954, Lt. McLain, who 1nay well be .
gaged in its final competitive ex- was 88 hits. However, this exer- proud 0 f this outstanding i vr"

ercise for fiscal year,1956, Lt. Roy cise was fired under rules allow achievement, received a commendation I '
McLain Jr., flying a F9F8 Cougarat ing more runs than are now. in the form of an "E" ,! .
25,000 feet, established' Fleet authoried. ; Award from ComFairJax. This dr >
Air Jacksonville record in ob- IN JULY OF THIS YEAR, a makes a total of five '''E'' '.

taining 95 hits out of 150 rounds similar record was established by awarded him, four others being a
lir d.1.It) is believed that this Air Force pilot Capt. Russell (Please Turn To Page 8, Col. 5)





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Are You In The Know?


Sn nturSoS Wage Survey 'Brings SAFETYBox Score


Disabling; Injuries
Pubmhed the 1')' Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air t1aroa&1a
Jacksonville. 1 la.
NAS. JttkMBTllU From Tuesday Sept. 21
\ Com<1t. John N. Myert ---- ..-- Actlnc Commanding Offlcei Queries EmployeesThis This Month, i
Wet Air Rear Adm. Detbert S. Cbrnwell Commander 18
I.pt.; iUchard U Greene ____-__ _____ Chlel of Suit ( is the first in 'a series of two articles, which will help Days Since Last
Fleet Air Wl.* iCle.ea employees understand the area wage surrey now in process). Lost-Time Accident 3
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young u.Commander
Comdr. Frank I>. Ueyer -....-_. Chief Stall UlfloarCapt. The wages of civilian, ungraded" employees In laborer, helper
Naval Air Teehaltal Tnlmlmg COBWT rates in the local area.
and mechanic trades, are based on private
.
Henry C. rvLnng Commanding Officer
Catechetical
Comdr. Edward W. Utah top trecuUv OUicer A. wage survey, has just been completed .covering private firms in Classes

(.ap\. Benjamin N. AM_ Nvaluspital'......,I ..__ Commanding Officer the Jan area, but results will not be known for several weeks. It Begin Per Children
Capt. U A. Newton UxccuUve Officer will result in a new wage schedule. Common questions about wage

Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett KABTO CommandlBR Officer surveys are: Chaplain Paul Pieper announ. r
Comdr. Laurence >'. teUt'nh.atD" xecutlve Olncer 'surveys ces a Catechetical Instruction
Q: When are wage, er data is sent to Washington.Q .
The JAX ATR NEWS It published weekly'at the 0. >8. Naval Air Station. held : Who determines which firms (Lutheran) ,for children of ages
Jacksonville, Florida, and commercially with appropriated fund
printed "
11 14.
at DO ex pence to the government and In compliance, with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. A: Whenever private, rates will be' contacted? through
Nov. 1945. are distributed free of chance at the Naval Air Station, the
Copier about
change in local area or
Naval Air Technical TialiUnf Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the A: The list of firms is based on These classes, which began last
U, S. Naval Hospital. ? every two, years.Q previous surveys, plus new firms, Saturday, are being held in the
Editor-Andrew IL I'IaneyAas't
T.dltor-n.4a Moore; Staff Reporters-Jack Holmes, Pill; Marlon : Who runs a wage survey? and contacts with Chamber of Sunday School room to the rear
Cracraft, JU3; Nancy Ward ;SN:: ; Joe GartUll. TN2. A: A committee composed of Commerce and State Employ- of the All-Saints'' Chapel and will
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member At the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS matetlal appearing In. this publication may not; b* reprintedwithout representatives of each CO of naval ment Office.Q continue throughout the school
the written, pemnfaston of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other activity in area. : Are an types of ,firms contacted -
year.
without permission of
matter. vxctpt by service publications Is prohibited ;
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. ?
Q: How are pay rates obtained Areas to be covered
will be
Editorial offices' located Main Administration BuDdin,. Pnne extension A: No, few types of firms are the
834$, ttt and 8164. from private firms high points of the,Bible, a studyof
excluded: government agencies,
A: Ten employees were selected the Ten Commandment, The
wholesale and retail outlets, Con
CO's to data col. Creed The Lord's.
by
serve as struction companies, Job shops. Prayer, Bap.
lectors. They visited Jan Arms tism, and the Lord's Supper. This
Q: Why are construction firms
and Obtained rates on jobs com- and job shops excluded instruction is to prepare for conformation. -
parable to Navy jobs.Q .
A: Because their work is typically -
: What firms are contacted intermittent and seasonal; Parents wishing to enroll chil-

A: All larger industrial firms in they do not pay fringe benefits; dren may leave word at the

this area are contacted. or, in other words, conditions of Chaplain's office, extension 425,

Q:' Is a pay raise assured from, employment are not similar to or call Chaplain Piepcr at NAS
lax survey? Navy employment. Cecil Field, extension 311.

A: If the survey shows ,an increase
in private rates since last

survey, a corresponding increase
will be given Navy ungraded employees '
Your birth certificate is no guarantee you've gotit and supervisors.
made.
There is nothing in the rule book which says that Qi Who decides whether aware I
increase
Americans automatically are going to do things better Is justified
than anybody else-simply because they're Americans.We A: The Secretary of the Navy

have quite a national reputation to live up to as based on technical report from

scientists, businessmen, inventors, innovators of all his Office Industrial Relations.Q .
kinds. But our grandfathers and fathers didn't get it : If an increase is Indicated,
by sitting back on their haunches and figuring they hadit when will It become effective?

coming. A nation's reputation, like an individual's, is A: New wage schedules usually
made, not born.Servicemen. come out about 60 to 90 days aft-
understand this better than most.

They've been around during the past 15 years, visiting a Foote, Cole Honored

lot of continents and countries where there are plenty At AO AK Schools 4
of clever, industrious people who aren't Americans. Main ,
Street, USA, has no monopoly on brains or know-how. William Foote, AOAN, of 1..0-1
We're doing well right now. But, if we're satisfied naconing, Md, was the honor student r's (

with that, we may be following in the path of the an- in last week's graduatingclass
cient Greeks, Komans and a lot of other people who from Aviation Ordnance-

were very good in. their time.-(AFPS). man School Class A at NATT- /
Center
9x
WEEKEND TIDE Foote, who joined the Navy in H

HIGH LOW January of this year, has been A <:
assigned to VE-111 Alameda
,
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Calif., for duty. EXCHANGE HAS NEW ITEMS A large shipment of merchandise -
Fri. 12:55: 6:10: 7.07: _, never before handled by the Navy Exchange is now on
CATIIOLIC Sat. 1:51: 7:08: 8:08: Donald Cale, AKAN, of Gil. display in a new modernized wall display In the Country Store,
Sunday-Mass-0800, 0000, 1000StEdward's Sun. 2:47: 8:10: 9:06: lette, Wyo, took class honors in Building 954. About 150 items, including jumbo baby baths guaranteed -
Aviation Storekeeper School. An not to mar porcelain tubs; novelty kitchen clocks; carpet
-- Chapel. sweepers; enamel roasters, plus numerous household wares and
Saturday-0800. ;classes, Chaplain Nichelson, Bldg. honor man in Company 25-55 in pyrex ware articles, are coming in constantly. The attractive display
Daily-0630. .. boot camp at San Diego, he repeated is well worth visiting. Perhaps on this shelf you may find
563 NATTC Chaplains Office.
,
that useful
Christmas Ut.twWT .
Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital as honor man in Store- ,
Chapel 1900 Instruction : Thursday, Sept 28 keeper rchool.

classes, Bldg. 563. 1900-All Saints Choir Rehearsal. He has been. assigned to NAS

Thursday 1900 Instruction Hutchinson, Kan., for duty. Y

classes, Bldg.ProteatsntThursday 563. i !4e ANSWERS' JE


Sept. 22 Stymied In. Promotion? FhawNISTRATI/ SERVICEMEN THE VETERANS
1900-All Saints' Choir Rehear- EVERY CAY..

al. You Can Switch Rate"Change
(By Armed Forces Press Service)
Saturday,, Sept. 24 Q-If I enroll in a correspondence sum designation, your beneficiary
1000 Catechetical Instruction I to a fast-moving rate," i factors described in the Manualof course under the Korea GI may elect to receive GI
.'i Lutheran) for children. is the solution the.Navy offers to Qualifications for Advance- .Dill before my starting cut-off insurance payments under any

Sunday, Sept 23 enlisted men whose promotion ment in Rating; attendance of date, will I be permitted to switch of the installment plans avail

0800 Episcopal Communion opportunities are stymied because applicable school, 'required for I to classroom training in the same able.
0930-Sunday Schol for age 4 of lack of vacancies hi their next advancement in the requestedrate I field, after that date has passed? Q-I am taking a correspondence

through Jr. High, Bldg. 804. higher rate.Exactly ; completion of performancetest II A No. A correspondencecourse course under the Korea GI
0930( -Service of Divine Wor- 177 'JopenM rates are if necessary; passing a writ Is considered a program Dill. What does VA consider as

h Chaplain Stephenson. listed by the Navy" into which ten examination covering all pro of training within itself. A the official beginning and ending
1100-Service of Divine Wor.. personnel now in crowded ratings fessional examination subjectsfor change to classroom training dates of my course?

ship-Chaplain Carpenter. may obtain better opportunities the new rate. would be considered a change A-The beginning date is the
1900-The United Fellowship" of for advancement and who at the Personnel scheduled to take the of program, regardless of the date the school supplies you
Protestants meet in Bldg.; S04 to same time may benefit the serv next service-wide competitive subject of the course. Changes with your first lesson. The ending

commence a new study entitled ice.The promotion examination cannot be of program generally are not date Is the date the school
"The Institute of Christian Liv- enlisted man must be fully recommended for 'a change in permitted after a veteran's services your final lesson.

ing," Capt. L N. Curtis will lead qualified in the new rating to rating until,after the outcome of starting cut-off date has passed. Q-I am planning to take flight)

the discussion on the "Christian effect the change-over, which the examination is known. I A-I have made arrangements training under the Korea GI Bill.

Living in the Military Service." will be done in the same pay These 177 "open" rates are for,my GI insurance proceeds to At. what rate will I use up my GI

I Tuesday, Sept 27 grade. identical with those which apply be paid to my beneficiary in a training entitlement?
1900 ;Lutheran Instruction Requirements for changing a for Naval Reserve and Fleet Reserve lump sum. Does she have the A-Your entitlement will be
classes, 'Chaplain'rs.per, AllSaln'tat rating are: completion of training personnel
volunteering for right to change the method of used up at the rate of one day
ChapeL courses necessary for the new extended active duty assign. payment? for each $L25 paid to you as a
,90'0 Episcopal Instruction rate; familiarization of practical ments. A-Yes. Under your Jump GI training allowance.K .



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FAW-11, VF-43, VW-4, VPS VC-62 1- I II

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Scouting SquadronsFAW11 .

--

I Newcomers to FAW-11 last out of the breeding grounds, and t
18 week reported winds from 70-80 miles
were Stanley E. Yekalls,
Pill, from Coco Solo, and Berne per hour. This "doubleheader"naturally

3 M. Mongricf, Jr., AA, from Great caused a lot of actionin -
'the "Hurricane Hunters" w11111 -
- Lakes, Ill ,
In ,the Wing communications squadron along with a few gray

office, Walter F. Lindsay, TEC, hairs in the aerology departmentand
plenty of work for the Main-
traffic chief for FAW-11, shippedover :
for another tour of duty tenance crews T T'Meioawt
S *
In.on with. his eye on the best retire- ,
VP 5
ment plan that can be offered -
:es THE OLD PYTHIAN Center ,
Lindsay, who has been with
.... '
the Navy for 17 years, came to really rocked last Friday night ..< .. ,
when VP-5 held its second all- tr. .....
FAW-11 a year ago. .i <4,1' ;, :t; ,.. .,. ,
..
1st S e hands party in that hallowed "''!'' ,>< ;i; ";>01' J'

he'ar VFUIF hall. Attendance was 109 percentif A_"'''_,_ <",oj, n __"" .,a.....>.

THE HATS ON VF-43_ you allow for those on leave 'NEW SKIPPERS Carrier Air Group One's new skippers ';
ill per- and watch,standard.: head for their hangar after Inspecting Fighter Squadron I74's new .
>01 sonnel look a little snug of late, Air Group One lW pt.wlnr FJ-3 Fury Jets. The new CO's are (left to right)
it's just evidence of understandable Music, which was furnished bya 1
Comdr. Lewis Jennings of VA-15; Comdr; Charles Schroeder, of f
pride in the squadron's re- seven-piece orchestra, kept the VF-J74; Comdr. John Hill, Commander CAG-One; Comdr. PaulDuran '
he cently announced AlrLant "E". dance floor packed while others Recipient Of 5. of VA-12 and Lcdr Harry Weldon, VF-1/1.
-- ----------
Iy crowded a buffet table and a big

he Although somewhat surprised Smorgasbord. Of course, the popular New Skippers"I '
initially at being named the At- Latest LST'sSlate
plis- lantic Fleet's top day fighter outfit beverage counter was busy Military Exempt
all night. With all this it is : I
I relieve sir is
for fiscal 1955, all hands easy you, becoming
From Park Fees
n. to see why all hands are already a common saying around Carrier
readily agreed a better choice Visit
looking forward to, the next these
Air One
could not have been mad $in II Group days. Servicemen in uniform do j
squadron shindig During the last few weeks, the .
terest congratulations are due not pay fees scheduled for any
lIe Comdr. John Dierker, who com. Rolon Thornal, having just Cecil Field-based air group and of the national parks, accord- Over Weekend '

S, manded the squadron during its arrived from NFC, San Diego, its four squadrons have all acquired -: ing to a directive from the

S award winning year. and Frank Carpi, a former deck new "skippers". Lcdr United States Department of Two of the Navy's newest.. .

Winning of the "E" seems more handler from the Lake Champ- Harry V. Weldon was the first of Interior.A! and largest Landing Ship .:'
lain, made the blow-out their the new CO's to check in. Tanks will visit the port of '
remarkable when it is realized confirmation of this present -
first ''squadron function and got COMDR. JOHN S. HILL was Jacksonville this weekend.
that the squadron did not actu- policy has been receivedby
to meet everyone the next. He reported to Jacksonville
ally enter the competition for it easy way. Harold S. Conlin, director, The USS Terrebonne Parish
from the Naval Air
Test Center
until after its reorganization pe With the Guantanamo Bay exercises United Service Organizations."At (LST 1156)), flagship for the Com-
Patuxent River and assumed the'
riod was over in October 1954 completed, the squadronIs mander, Landing Ship Flotilla t
: duties of Carrier Air present, it is the policyof
Commander
with three months of the fiscal now settling down to an inten- ) Two, and the USS Wcxford 1
I the National Park Serviceto
already sive training period that, from Group One on August 4. County (LST 1168) will enter the \
year past.
indication Then on the 24th of August, : waive admission, guide, ele
present will continue Jacksonville Harbor sometime I
I In addition, 16 of the pilots through November. Fighter Squadron 12 and Attack vator, and automobile permit Friday. They will remain here '
were then on their first tour, Squadron 15 welcomed their new : fees in the areas of the Na- :
'
i having just reported from the Already involved 'in a FAW-11 skippers. Comdr. Paul IL Durand' tional Park System for the until Monday.
ASX this will be This will be the first time
period supported ,
training command; hence it wasa reported to VF-12 and Comdr. members of the armed forces :
long pull and only through the by the new maintenance pro- Lewis B. Jennings reported to of th United States when they since receiving names and leavingthe
I gram, introduced with the inten- famous Alphabet Fleet, that
continual efforts of all hands was VA-15. are in uniform, states the
I tion of attaining a higher, more any of those "workhorses of thenett"
success possible. directive. "We will advise
I FIGHTER SQUADRON 174 was you
Among the highlights of VF- : stable availability S than a before! the last to have its change of of any future change in this The Atlantic have visited Fleet's Jacksonville.LST's I

43s winning year, were a deploy- command. Comdr. Charles J. Schroeder policy," it states.be were
VCTTTE 2 officially given names on July 1.
ment to NALF, Leeward Point, reported to the squadronon
SQUADRON REACHED The Jacksonville visit is partof
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and a August 30. treated.
I new all-tune high in size: this an extensive training exercisefor
greatly improved safety record.
While at "Gitmo" in April, the I week with 440< enlisted men and Corps School at Athens, Ga., for Pictures of tropical storm the two LSTs. ,
"Hilda" taken by planes .
72 officers. Most of were
the
squadron flew 1030 hours, maintained new men further training. lie attended OCS f
i 98 percent aircraft avail during past months have been under the Navy's "Seaman to Admiral" temporarily based in Miami pil Four Scout

ability, and earned individual "E" AA's out of boot camp, and it is program. oted by Lt's William Bobek and

awards for five pilots in both quite a tribute to them and the After the very successful pictures Larry Warren, while lone came '
close! enough for home based I Troops For :
Alder hands who checked them
15,000 and 25,000 feet air-to-air of hurricane "Connie", the

gunnery competitions. '' out that there has been very little squadron has been called upon operations.Toasimasters. .

I The safety record zoomed froma trouble integrating them into the twice to take further high alti- I Navy GirlsFour

spot near the bottom of the squadron routine. tude photographs and observa :

AirLant Totem Pole in Sept. 1954 Word was recently received lions of other such storms. Girl Scout troops have
I
that Alfred B. Chrisman Both Hilda and lone been launched for Navy girls
to within the top five in June formerly came Name. OfficersThe I
1955 with a high score Of 99.93in an AK1 with the squadron within reach of the squadron's living aboard Naval Air Station

May. supply office' received his commission I far-reaching "eyes", and photographs Jacksonville Navy Toastmasters and Dewey Park, according to

VF-43 saluted a hearty "well as an ensign in the Supply I of both will add to the, Club announces a new Mrs. Lyle Newton', member of the

done" to Comdr. Dierker as he Corps at Newport; R. L, and I Navy's knowledge of just whata Local Council of Girl Scouts and

departed for duty on the Com was ordered to the Naval Supply I hurricane Is and how it should slate of officers. organizer of the troops.

FairJax staff last week, and -- New officials include Lt Ken Two of the groups organizedlast

pledged its continued support 'to CK. I""'tSWORD rUZ2LE Knoizen, Naval Air Weapons Friday evening were Brownies

former executive officer, Lcdr: ACRO III n' 1 III 11ct System School NATTCcnter, girls between the ages of

A. S. Taddeo as he took the reins. mbtaJtvn p president; Comdr. John Dierker, seven and ten years of age. The
S tVW4 srt bench rt troop at NAS will meet at 1700

I-toMchinc AUrr. n4" ... 1 VF-43, first vice-president; MaJ. Monday, Sept. 26, at Building 612

AROUND mi, AT the beginning 1-fI..1 u-1v'tne Mal Maloney, ANP) School, with Mrs. J. R. LaCroix as leader. -
of the War Between the If=Arabianteamlnr top / .N" NATTCenter, second vicepresident The second Brownie troop will

States, the Yankee generals were IS-TIU .. tI U t .wM ; Maj. Guy Gipple, Marine meet from 1800 to 1900 Thursday,
best described by James Streetin 17-RuDUMUhmtnU' : Aviation Detachment, NATTCen Sept. 22'at Dewey Park under
1>-FttmM It;,- S y IJ. lJ N ter, secretary; Lcdr. Frank Burk- the direction of Mrs. Lawrence
his
novel on the Civil Waras
-M.nUI Images ..... .. _
-
"Jumping on their horses and Temporary IfI 1 1ebelter .f. / /.J I, head', NAS Jax, treasurer; and Lt. Kozain as leader and Mrs. Doro-
Bill Clark, Marine Aviation Detachment thy Smith as assistant.
riding off in all directions. P-bllltance Jot .
Around VW-4, the best description It. wcaiur ItMMW***(p)!.) 1)Of sergeant-at-arms. Both units of Girl Scouts will

of the Operational and I*=fYoJM>vn ;/I. ..' ri2MPerod ....... The Toastmasters Club is or- meet in Building 51%. Troop No.
o/ tons!
Aerological Officers is, "They 11-IntfUa '1' IIfIf ,. I'fJ' ganized for the purpose of improving I I 35, composed of girls from the
: :
meet themselves coming throughthe It"i a..rbe rrr speaking ability through sixth, seventh, and eighth grades

door." And although the -:tt: ( ror..b r - and Is designed for those 1530. Troop No. 18 with
"horses" in VW-4 don't go off in _51-Thick. bUikufctanc 51 151. 51 girls
fl desiring confidence and assurance from the fifth and sixth
all directions, they-cover quite a asa of tars O .. grades
lot of territory.For *I --Orcat Tht .elf tk 'f s., of more success in'speaking. will meet Tuesday, Sept. 27, at

instance, during the past l 1-StekosptarUnU sea re.... ,,,..suer As officers progress up the 1530 under the leadership of Mrs.R. .

week Patrol Plane CommandersLcdr. -Railroad p .... promotion ladder, it is pointedout S. Cooke, assisted by Mrs, J. A.

Grover Windham, Lcdr. R. 'tS-PoeIUv.Mattm pol" DOWN !Cr1liWlrlcal-Ctniu of ellret- x<-Vl 11t the chance that they will be Swan.

Pittman, Comdr. W. T. Cain, and f .-Ran. way to. l-<1ot" neavuro. < by lS-Wrar7a_ .'ar required to speak at some func- All girls not already membersare
f I* Mart* CPl) r...
Comdr. E. L. Foster took off for -Slip* !-W.rtder ll-lAu l u-o womtnliihUrhaiilc tion becomes a possibility. Career invited to join. ,
\ it-Th. etamait l |<-At tact plus I3-t.tlra.. f i iMDB
reconnaissance hops into "Hilda," -Kxlat a en ILaa U-othn\ officers should prepare now for !'
a rebel storm approaching from M-f.adOWI. 4-8U 1> eep a Sri U-II..4ta, .1-(...,..... oIfkolal the exigencies which shall arisein Payments Due

the South. M U-A OmJemoed t. a 1.:mcuan, r'-.P 22f-Tattered: tllt'ra"nt-Ariwllwfnt trollop. ) the future. Members of the Mutual Death

Lcdr. Pittman and his crew also IftOlltunF..xa...*4. jo-Time font by i*-Stitch Officers interested in joiningthe Benefit Society are reminded that
17-Wtrt; l-R* l made, a night radar recon flight ptt club should contact Lt. Knoi- and 49 are,, du'

over "lone", the, latest ,hurricane I (Answer on Page 8, Col. 2)) zen, at extension' 547 and payable by September ,2.1



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I INFORMATION OFFICES FLOODED WITH REQUESTS


FROM NATION'S YOUTH FOR PHOTOS OF JETSThe


youngsters Interest in Naval of aviation today's learn about the Jacksonville Installation of what they want, and why. One west added a plea for "more addresses SALTY HUMOR FROM

and particularly in the high-, is a question that often eight-year-old, who claimed to I' so I can get a lot of pic- HERE AND THERE

powered jets flown arises. A clue might be found in "love sailors" and thought it tures."
by Navy
pilots, can well be gauged by the recent visit here of a highly would be nice to be a "mascot", I ALL THE YOUNGSTERS are' The drunk tip-toed up the ,
the continual stream of requests educated entomologist of Thai- hopefully asked for a sailor suit I very polite and do their best to stairs, shoes in hand. He patchedup

for "pictures" flowing 'and. Dr. Prasit Tansathlt, an just his size. If they didn't come : write in a businesslike way. They the wounds and scars of the

Into public information offi- officer in the Royal Thai Navy that small "mommy" would cut i hope what they want is "in brawl with adhesive tape, then

cers of shore establishments Medical Corps, first heard of NAS one down. stock"; they request "free infor- climbed into bed, smiling at the

throughout the nation.An Jax when he applied at the Foreign Another lad of 14 said he want- mation", and invaribly make it thought he'd put something over

'Administration Office in! ed photographs of Banshees, not I known they expect a prompt reply on his wife.
of 50
average requests a Bangkok for advanced study in "just to be having them but for 'But few fail to include Came the dawn. The ex-drunk
month are received, at the Naval .
Air Station Jacksonville alone his country. intense study," so he would be "thanks in advance" for attention. opened his eyes and there stood

They come from all parts of Apparently both city and Station -! better prepared to fly them when given. his wife glaring at him.

the United States, from Canada enjoy: a wider claim to fame I he Joined the Navy. Still another One statistic gleaned from the I "Why what's the matter dear?"
directed his to the letters is perhaps worth study.
and from South America. Fortu- than the average citizen or military request com he asked.
person realizes; But whether manding officer of the station All are from boys. If any girls i
nately not in "You were drunk last "
many are foreign I I night
the children approach such offiialdom asking fora "picture of your are dreaming of a life in the the ,
replied.
languages, as not always is a I
translator immediately available. for information !is debat- plane and one ofyour chief." An I Navy, they apparently are well "Why darling, I was
nothing of
However, with so many foreign able. Why they want them is enterprising youth from the mid- : content to remain grounded. the sort.

more evident. Young America today .. "Well if weren't
military personnel coming to y you who put
.
Jacksonville for temporary train- is as busy collecting picturesof bS Yv'v k, aU the adhesive tape,on the bath
'
ing, it is usually possible to find, jet aircraft as yesterdays room mirror?"
someone well able to translate small ,fry were collecting pictures .
\ of prize fighters. k aYyy
almost any language. iwd Chief: "Where have you been?"

WHERE THE YOUNGSTERS THAT MUCH "SWAPPING" Yoeman: "Getting my hair
goes on is indicated by the repeat ut."

requests received. One lad Chief: "On the Navy's time?" ,.
Station Ready wrote six times within a year for t! Yoeman: "Well it grew on the /

8 x 10 glossies.So a '"4 w.9. Navy's time, didn't it?"

For Invasion Of greatly has the avalancheof :i iA Chief: "Not all of it."

requests increased that the Yoeman: "Well I didn't haveit

300 Kids NAS Service Information Office all cut, either."

has had a I leaflet prepared providing .

Between 1100 and 1600 information of the mission 4. A sailor, soldier and airman

Saturday, NAS Jacksonvillewill of the Station and four printed were walking down the street

be overrun with' kids I photographs. ; with their arms about each other. I

Something like 300, from St These leaflets are now mailedin 4j The[ sailor was in the middle.

Mary's, Children's, Boy's, Baptist, reply to all requests. They goo ___ r "Since when has the Navy beenso
and Parental Homes in Jackson- Scouts, students, "collectors" yi I affectionate toward the Army

villc, will be aboard celebrating and even some adults. Most o;i HM- : and Air Force?" asked a passer-

National Kid's Day under the the letters are brief and to the by.

I local sponsorship of the South point. Others go into great detail "Affectionate 'hell." said the

Jacksonville Kiwanis Club. sailor, "I'm just holding 'em up"

This is the third straight year Former GCA Mans ... .
.vx wx n
the annual event has been heldat i
A i fo
Now APPRENTICES CITED Two of the 50 Naval Air Station man went a mental spe
the Station. In that time it hacome An OfficerJames
I employees who received their certificates following completionof cialist. "What seems to be the
to be as much anticipated R. Weller, former Air four years of training: under the Station's apprenticeship pro- trouble?" asked the doctor. The
,by participating Naval personnel Controlman gram, were awarded $200 checks under the Navy's Incentive patient responded by vigorously
as by the kids. A dozen or more First Class, who five Award program. Dan Whiddon (right), Shops Superintendent of
Navy hosts join with Kiwanis months ago was attached to NAS Overhaul and Repair department, makes the presentation to brushing imaginary things off his
Club members and Operation's GCA Unit 17,, was George Filip (left) and Charles Broom. The two were honored arm, explaining: "See? I have
Key Clubbersto commissioned ensign upon grad for superior accomplishment of duties for a period of one year caterpillars on my sleeve."
give the youngsters the timeof I Broome also selected
was as the most outstanding apprentice.
uation last week from the The specialist backed away
U. S
their lives and, incidentally, i Graduation ceremonies were held last Friday night at the CPO
Navy's Officer screaming: "Well don't 'haveto
have it themselves. Candidate School I Club. you
at Newport, R. I. brush them off on me."

,in BEFORE the Civilian THE LUNCH Cafeteria period, the Weller was the only Jacksonville 50 Employees Finish 4 Years schematics, and industrial organi -

children will be escorted on a enlisted man selected to go zation. Three weeks of the month

tour. of the base. They will be to Officer Candidate School, as a were spent in on-the-job performance. -

shown the boathouse and chapels result of examinations'given a Apprenticeship TrainingSome .
year ago. He was one of 227
men
They will visit Composite Squadron OVER 400 PERSONS apply
selected from the
total of
106who
62 and the Naval Air Reservi e took the academic tests of: 50 employees of the Naval Air Station have joined the yearly for the training, but only

,Training Unit., getting a fin college level, and was recommended ranks of skilled artisans following their receipt last Friday of. certificates 40 or 50 are selected each year.
close-up of Navy jets. And they Now that they have completed
\ last June by Capt.John culminating four years of training under the Station's Apprenticeship
will be taken through the busy; S. Thach. Program. their apprenticeship the men are
Operations building and control qualified machinists radio
as me-
Upon graduation from OCS he The group was presented with
tower whose activities always I I commanding officer, at graduation chanics, electronic mechanics,
was ordered to duty aboard the certificates of apprenticeship
fascinate visitors of every age. by ceremonies held at the Chief auto mechanics, draftsmen, air-
\ Immediately I USS Furse. Comdr. John N. Myers, acting Petty Officers
following the Club. craft mechanics, joiners, electro-
lunch period, Jack Dew will pre- Two of the employees were platers, carpenters, aviation me-

sent his floor show expressly presented with special awards talsmiths, tool makers, and elec
planned for children's entertain Charles Broome was selected as tricians.

ment. The afternoon period will the outstanding apprentice of the Receiving i their certificates

,be devoted to games, organized i 1955 class by the Master Mechanicand were Curtis Baker, James Blake,

and supervised by the City Rec- : Foreman Association and Elbert Boise, Charles Broome,

reation Department. Or, in case : : : ifTV .p. presented with an appropriateaward. Richmond Carver, Harold Ches-

of Inclement weather, movies will! ''I s ., Broome was also awarded brough, Raymond CostantinO,
be shown in the Mainside Theatre a $200 check
under the Navy's Owen Cribb, Harold Cruz, James '
Shortly before 1600 the child- ; : Incentive Award Program. Davis, Clinton Dickinson, James

ren will reboard the buses for I _. ; : : : ,GEORGE FILIP ALSO received Dollar, Joseph Dominic, Thomas
the return trip home and Kid
a similar
$200
Dowling
I award. The two George Filip.
Day will be Over until another .
were honored for
superior accomplishment Robert Forlaw, Milton Hall,
year. I for sustained per Wilbur Hanchey, Douglas Hen
PLANS FOR THE have
day
formance
of duties for a period< derson, Robert Heriot, Eamice
been arranged jointly by RobertW. of
one year. Both have
performed Carl Jones,
Ys Hodges, James Home,
Thai, chairman, Florida Dis-
outstanding work during their Edwin Jones Mar-
Gyrus King,
trict Key Club International, and entire
four
years. Making the vin Lanier Ernest Leslie William
presentations ,
Comdr. John
A N. Myers, acting
were Dan WhidSon Lundy Robert Larry Mc
Mann
commanding officer, NAS Jax.
shops
superintendent at 0 & R Ottis
Donald Rufus Meriwether,
hosts
Navy appointed include
department and J. F. Porwell Miller William Miner Monroe
,
Edward Stewart, ADI, Edward
master mechanic at 0 & Rand Ifassell Novak -
Myers Norris Ralph
t ,
Wagner, A02, and Mary A. RoIster -
i representative
of the
Master Mechanic Charles William
s Register,
SA, from Operations; Ethe- Association.
Richards Riles Jack
Douglas ,
lene Hix, PNC, and G. P. liar- During their
apprenticeship the Robinson Schemer Wayne
Philip ,
mon, ADC Administration; R. B H employees'received:
training in Schultz Fernie Joel She-
Selby,
Butler, CSC, and Nina Redditt,
ADMIRAL INSPECTS Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, techniques of their trades and mer, Alfred Simonds.
0 DK1, Supply; Ann LaPiertra, TE Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, made his first formal inspection special instruction in leadership Harvey Smith Emmett Studebaker -
t : : last Thursday since becoming Jacksonville's ,
; ; senior military They attended school
Charles officer. lie conducted of for One Millidge Thigpenn, Adee
+ an inspection more than 600 officers and week
: -and Norman H. May AM2 men of Carrier Air: Group Three, based at Cecil Field. Admiral a month studying such subJects Thompson, Theodore Tyler Sam '
Over Cornwell (left) inspects the ranks of as basic mathematics .' '
Fighter Squadron 32, accompanied Eng uel Watson, John Wilson, Wesley
haul rand Repair, j I by Comdr; II Thompson,' skipper of VF-32. fish, science, blueprints, drawing Wilson and Paul ,Wisul.I .
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22 September 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


Trade, Office it.

,

Study Available l

At Jax TechDay


and evening courses in j jfor

trade skills and technical knowledge .. ,
:
:
I h
: including office work of all ;, -, \ J f ". "Out: of books comes wisdom
types, are open for enrollment at '. f ; J'J: the future." Maybe you don't "
the Jacksonville ,School of Tech- '. ; J'. ) : ,. \. aspire to the tension of winningthe
J '
,
nology 129 King St. ; fi, but
,\ y.J. .,. ..<' : t. .. $64,000 question we are J\'
Day classes are held from 0810 '' ,. oJ.: t definitely 'aware of a trend .
to 1500 for adults, veterans and : \' : i: fI'"" "'. ; ". ., among the men and women of
high school students of 10, 11 and ,.' : ." : tf"i" i; ;:,: > ;;, 4 this Station to renew study programs
12 grades. Trade courses are of- ; :1' in addition to technical
(
fered in auto service and tune- \ :\ : ... 1., studies which are ,a year-round '.
up; auto body, fender and paint- A AWIIITEHATS 'I : 1 : :' activity. For those who may be
ing; offset printing and bindery; i 't',. .<;. /: interested further we suggest
., '\" .. ) of the
radio-TV service and repair; .1' 'f : some more popular sub
.
.
;
<: jects.
commercial art and industrial : '
I electricity; machine design;shop- ..""". ...-----.., ... ,_. : 1.. :. ,..,".. \,.. \.... "...-' -. ..v.. ,....._._..... .-- How To Read Better And Faster

-, operations; diesel engine mechanics GET HACKIES Eight whitehats at the Naval Air Technical Training Center : A good foundation volume .
received appointments as chief petty officers effective Sept. 16. Congratulated by Capt. Henry C.
and arc welding for any reader. The companion ,
; gas ; re-
Gerald Crane, AEC John Vinson, AEC; Newton
DeLong, commanding officer, are (left to right) ;
frigeration-air conditioning; cabinet Wilson, AEC; Joseph Heald, AQC; Joseph Frenette, ATC; Alvin Hoagland, GFC; Benjamin Rot volumes will interest the serious
i I. and mill work; beauty culture ter, GFC, and Normand Warner, GFC. reader: How To Get More Out Of
; practical nursing; dental as- Your Reading In addition to a
sistants; drafting and mechanical straight forward explanation of
drawing; vocational home ecO- Fighter Craft Being EquippedFor Needed: Old each aspect of the theme, simple '."

ndmics; sewing and tailoring; tests are provided with which the ;

and hostess and catering. Photos OfStation reader,may evaluate his progress. '1
... In-Flight Refueling
Office occupations courses are Practical Business Psychology: ,
offered during the same hours in Both psychology and business are ':
typing and shorthand, beginningand All Navy fighters now in pro- I popular subjects. This book con-
advanced; transcription and duction are being fitted with bay. The Jax Air News is in tains material of interest to students .
dictation; office production machines equipment enabling them to be re- Navy Jets now being equipped. need of old photos of the in both fields. We suggest I''f
; IBM Key Punch ma- fueled in flight. An undisclosed for In-flight refueling Include the Naval Air Station and its you browse through the sections *

chines; bookkeeping machines; I number of carrier squadrons already Grumman F9F Cougar, the Chance personnel. devoted to these subjects in your \

comptometer and calculators; are equipped with the gear. Vbught F7U Cutlass, Grumman Personnel, units, or departments library. Business students, be ,
pen bookkeeping; and business The Navy said the new equip F-11P Tiger, McDonnell F2H Banshee having in their sure to see the Handbook of

I English and mathematics. ment gives carrier-based aircraft and the'' North American FJ possession or in their office Business Administration. ,
Evening classes in office occu- greatly extended striking range. files any photos of activityat Real Estate Law: Another sub- ,
pations are held from 0630 to By adding fuel In flight to an Fury. (AFPS) the Naval Air Station ject which seems to hold fascina ",
2130 nightly. Courses in a limited outbound fighter when It near during the years of 1910- tion for many men in this area. i
number of the trades offered on Its maximum range and then" 41-42-43-41 can render a Mr. Kratovil's volume covers the I

a daily schedule are held from refueling It Inbound,' range can rstlt; service if they loan themto large subject with outstanding .
0700 to 1000 nightly. The list In. be more than doubled. s the Jax Air News. The clarity.

eludes gas at d arc welding; com By similar refueling, fighters photos will be used in con- Treasury of the Theatre: Read
mercial art and design; auto body flying protective cover can keep junction with the 15th an- ing plays is a pleasant and delightful
fender and painting; auto service aloft virtually indefinitely.One niversary of the Station on hobby which we are
and auto tune-up; cabinet and of the most important advantages October 15. pleased to note is making increasing
millwork; diesel engine mechanics of this extended range, One photo needed badlyis demands on our drama collec
; radio and TV service; machine the Navy pointed out, .IB that car' the one taken of the first tions. This set of three volumes
shop operations; draftingand riers can launch their attacks ata class to graduate from covers the world's greatest plays
mechanical drawing; and much greater distance from the. flight training school here from the Greek drama of Aeschylus
blueprint reading.A targets, thus greatly reducing the in 1941. Anyone owning to the "long run" play Deathof
well-lighted parking area is possibility of early detection by such a photo, or knowingof a Salesman which many of
provided at ,the school, locatedon enemy reconnaissance.The others who possess it, or you have seen, on the stage or
the corner of King St. and refueling Is done by North knowing any local officer the movie.
McCoy's Boulevard. Further in- American AJ bombers, theNavy' who was a member of that Treasures Of The Earth: A t
formation may be obtained from heaviest carrier aircraft. class, can contact the editorin simply written but very adequate \
Fred Thornton, EV 7-7742, for They have been converted to room 238, Main Admin- introduction to the study of geology
day classes, or Garrett Fortner tankers by Installing tanks and istration Building. for those who "have never
EV 7-7747 for evening classes. refueling equipment In the bombas forgotten the fun of rock collect I
.
In crewmen, noting specific ope- Choral Society Sets ing.High School Subjects Self- '\
New System rational factors specially
on a
:- Advance Ticket Sale Taught. Serves not only what the
test
prepared flight report.
title implies but is also especially
MaintenanceAt The new arrangement is ,ex- The Jacksonville Choral Society useful as preparation for various
pected to allow a closer surveil- ;3 will open its season ticket sale examinations on the college entrance
PatRon FiveA lance of the aircraft, and will F on Monday, Sept. 19 when the level and as a refresherfor
permit a constant at-hand reportof special advance will
prices pre- those taking advantage of extension
the discovery and correction' vail until Oct. 15 with ,$18 worthof courses. NATTC Library
maintenance organization
-
new
has been integrated into of all discrepancies. tickets available for only $10. reports this as a current best

Patrol Squadron Five's maintenance The first program of'the season seller at that activity and has
department with the idea of will be' the opera La Traviata. added several copies to meet the
DON'T DROP.LEXPLOSIVE
reaching and maintaining a higher This performance will feature demand. .
it out all blonde
:.; Bursting over,
i availability than ever before. bombshell Janice Norris sits New York Opera soloists in the Art Through The Ages: A
Lcdr. Allen W. Smith is direct- atop the' Army's Nike guided solo roles with members of the standard title for study which is
CAR IM 'O'TC.N missile. Nike was recently on I' excellent reading. All the fine
with Chief Choral Society in supportingroles
ing the new system, MAN IN TRK 4
Aviation Mechanics Albert T. i&J MOON WAS fuLt1ND ... display in nroughton, Pa., dur- plus the 60-voice mixed I' arts are covered. For art lovers,
the 18th annual
$O WAtf MS ing Allegheny
Sellers, Harry D. King, Wallace County fair.featured chorus. the largest collections of materialare
Locklear and Estes H. Smith ap- I at the Hospital and NAS Libraries

pointed to the new billet of flight .
section chiefs, each responsiblefor Rodifer Scores In All-Navy Talent Contest i That is a sampling' of Interests!
the supervision of a divisionof Your libraries are equipped to
three of the squadron's air- .. help you with study in all fields. .
-
craft. Emmet Rodifer, AN, attach. the Navy and its Bainbridge, vocalist; Augie

SPECIAL "Inspection teams" ed to Composite Squadron 62, talent, utilizIng Arruda, YN2, USS Pittsburgh,

have also been designated with and representing Jacksonville the performers accordionist; Frank Fenelli

the intention of keeping a run- Navy, captured second place in adjudged QM3, USS Wasp, vocalist; Lt PT.iRdvl till("t'C'POSTrT. .

ning check" and trouble shooting the All-Navy Talent Contest r. the best (jg) Bernard Wiser, Treasure 1.71)J (,

evolution coincidental with the finals held at St. Alban's, N. Y. 4! in the New Island, spoonerism; Lawrence -J 1---=
.regular 30-60-90-120-hour checks, York finals.
and with it an appearance on Imel, MUSN, USS Dixie, xylo-
on the power plants, airframesand Rodifer, who
electronics systems. the coast-to-coast Ed SullivanTV gave his rendition phonist; Marty Brill, DT3, -q

The teams are composed of Show last Sunday.In of "Try,'' Washington: D. C., hill billy )"' f _

highly qualified personnel from the All-Navy finals Andre J I appeared along artist; Tobl Anderson, SN, 4
0
each of the' maintenance divi- Moreau, Bainbridge and RODIFER with some 12 NAS: Norfolk, pantomimist; <*
>
sions. Lawrence Imel, USS Dixie tied other Navy and Marine per Four Gales (Marines), First -- .
.
,,',., for first place, with Rodifer formers.. Marines, Division, vocalists,' t a....... '
r S AT REGULAR INTERVALS, right behind. Others one the program included and Amos: CordQn, AA, USS 1 !"
AT EASE
.. : 1 each aircraft will be test flown Last Sunday's Sullivan show : Andre Moreau?: SA,' Forreetal' spiritual I recitation.
with the inspection team aboard



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-. "'< ..' ";.',,',, : .I" ....'..,....,,.... j ,':.<.,"" ,.,: ..?:,.;.., ', ."
I" .
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Clubs
Nine, Await ... .,' :": ,. '. .. >I
AN-P AE Schools > .
"

Volleyball Play Cop, Volleyball ".T !' .., a i 9 "I Id1 :


At MainsideThe Loop OpenersAirman I
.
,.

Mainside intramural vol- Preparatory School f \ fi:

'leyball league opens play Mon and Aviation School i I Class Electrician'sMate A teams 't

day and all nine of the loop's .
":
won their '
opening games in r. ?
iALa
contenders will see action a
duringthe the NATTCenter volleyball 0 Y
initial week.
league this week. Games are
The beginning contests were
played during the noon hours.
originally scheduled for last week
but scheduling problems and oth The Preps downed Special

er unforeseen delays.forced Special Services 15-11,15-10, while the u
Services officials\ to move the Sparkles defeated Aviation
starting date back to Sept 26. Storekeepers School 15-10, 15-

Seven league teams are slated 10.Other
for two tilts during the week and teams in the circuit
the are Naval Air Weapons Sys-
remaining two clubs will see J.
action only once; VW-4 and O&R tem, Aviation Ordnancemenand 1 Q 9, _
are the teams with only one Aviation I Electrician'sMate
scheduled match. School Class B.

League, rules allow each teama
week in which to complete its Mall orderly at mail call: "A i

matches with the time and ._ .
placeof letter for Cdadwinszkeidnozsly.. ------- --- --- --
each match It Isn't often this fathers and together for one
being arranged by No answer. "A letter for Cda- FATHER-SON VICTORS you get many sons
the participating activities at picture. That's just what the photographer did when be caught participants in the,recent Junior-
their convenience. dwinszekeidnozsly' Senior golf tourney. Kneeling '(left to right) are Toni Davits Jr. and Bill Holden. First row (standing -
own Voice from the of bar (left to right are Bill Cook, Skip Foster, Jay Harvey, Bob Heyer,' Roney Hurst Dick Broro
Other league entries include rear and David Blaze. Back row (left to right) Com dr, Norman Johnson, Andy Leschak, Tom Davies,
FAETU, Fasron 109, VP-3, VC-62, racks: "What are the initials?" Jack Harvey, Comdr. Frank Heyer, Milton Hurst, Lou Brozo and Casey Maze.

Fasron 6, FAW-11 and NARTU. .
-
VP-3's Allen Murray, Donnelly Cop

Co. 34 Outslugs Badminton Doubles *

I ruigv, ..W' tY6p MIS t.9A ,'T: % to k.Yy.yf?) Scores In Scoring three straight wins in
Foe In SmokerFeatured i Ka4"aTY a p pM1 .dx a the finals, Lee Murray and Jim

Donnelly of Aviation Electri
Pistol ActionShooting
by a slam-bang bout cian's Mate School, captured the.

between a pair of lightweights, on an individual ba lATTCenter badminton doubles
Company 34 of Airman title last week.
Prepara- sis members of the Jax Police
tory School defeated Company 32 :.ybd 'fr t a Y*( The duo downed Jim BertolinOand
team and Jax Pistol Club and Sebastino Ripa of Airman
by a 6.3 count in King Hall last .
Thursday before more than 700 other military teams including Preparatory School, 21-11, 21-10,
boxing fans. AFPS SPORTS lRouRdupBy Call Goes Out NATTCenter, VP-3, Marine Aviation 21A week earlier Bertolinohad

Chuck Thompson of 34 and Bob Detachment and FAW-11, taken the singles title.
Mitchell of 32 highlighted the 9- For ArchersAnyone Team championship went to
-
braved the inclement
.. weather to
bout program with Thompson AE School with ,78 points followed -
.. earning a close, split decision. interested in form- fire in the monthly Jax Police by AN-P with 64; NAWS
The results: Howard Carper, ( Armed Forces Press Service) ing a station archery: team Pistol Club meet held in Jack School, and AK-2 School, 5744.

34, defeated Joe Ruby, 32; Don Three college basketball coaches should contact S/Sgt. Slatton,' sonville last Tuesday. .

Lancaster, 32, defeated'Bill Wag. -Ray Greene (Cornell) Floyd by phoning 8249 prior to Octo When the targets were brought* Officers Wives'Golfers

I ner, 34; Jim Donnelly, 34, defeated Wilson (Harvard) and Ed SUetx ber 1. Interested personnelneed in and the scores tallied, IL F.

Dick Anthony, 32; Johnny ([Springfield)-are currently on amonths' not have previous expe Allen, AOC, from TAW-ll was! Eye
rience in shooting, but eacharcher
O'Brien, 32, defeated Coleman
i tour of Northeast"'Air awarded. three medals and a trophy -i
Halthell, 34; Denver Ziegler, 34, Command bases The WorldSeries must furnish his oWn in a clean sweep of the Mas MeetThe
defeated Bob Shaw, 32; Bill Air- opens on or about Sept. 28 equipment. ter Class. I Sunday

etta, 34, defeated Don Craft, 32; at the home of the American Allen captured the Master's Razzle '- Dazzle Fourball

and Bob Dreyer, 34, defeated Bill league champs Prediction: ers, pro cage team. bracket in slow fire, timed .fire golf tourney originally plannedfor
Burch of 32. Cornell Syracuse University gridders and rapid fire and finished the
coached by Lefty James, last Sunday on the station
Bob Perkins, of VC-C2, refereed will win the Ivy League football Mark Hoffman and Don Althousewere meet with an aggregate score of course will be played Sunday,

I crown There are 42 playerson teammates at Ft. Leonard 544 out of a possible 600 to take Sept. 25, the Officers' Wives Golf
the Texas Christian football the trophy. Asociation announced.The .
Wood, too. M/Sgt. George
Seven Vets Back team; -and 40 of them come from The Navy chief ordnancemanwill tournament and golfing
Doer of Ft. Benning Ga.
special- add his
the Lone Star state. At fullback medals and trophyto get-together was postponed late
for the Horned Frogs is Jack izes in raising homing pigeons the 40-odd medals and two last week when it looked like
For Grid Wars Webb, Dum de dum dum. He has 40 birds The Parris trophies he has won in other I' Hurricane lone might pay Jax a
Island, S. C., football team plays meets.
How's this for a tonguetwister visit.
With AO SchoolSeven ? One of the top weightliftersIn the University Chattanooga onNov. Second only to Allen was Elmer Following the afternoon of golf
the Berlin Command is Sgt. 11 In the First Army Boerner, AOC, from VP-3 who Sunday there will be cocktailsand
veterans from last year's Don Jose Angel Leon Gutterrix softball tournament Pvt JohnSpring took first place in the Expert I a buffet supper; with many "
team probably will be back with Alaya Eslava Vasco Guskl Bal- : of Ft. Monmouth tossed Class. prizes and surprises being offer-
Aviation Ordnanceman School, bao ,Alto Guarrex DePasqual.I three no-hitters, a one.hitter'and ed to ,those who participate in
which finished third, when the (They call him "Pepe" for short) a two-hitter.. In five games. he WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday the day's activities.
NATTCenter football league tatest boxing ratings in The struck out 93. TIlE WIVES ASSOCIATION
.
opens Monday, September 26. Ring magazine list Pvt. Joey GI- :. Widely scattered sho held its first regularly scheduled
Mac "Was her father surprised
Coached this season by Joe ambra of Ft. Hood, Tex., as the when : asked her to wers with temperature around 90 meeting on Sept. 9 and the newly
Thornton, the team has return No. 8 middleweight Joey was you marry degrees. elected club officers presided.

ing, in addition to Thorton, three ranked fourth in that division before you Mate? : "Surprised, why he nearly Saturday; Showers and hot. Recently installed were Mrs. Howard .
members the 1954 backfield entering the Army. Greer
"' Same. as president, Mrs.
the Sunday
dropped shotgun. :
Matt Kurilich, Mel Young, and At 24, Pfc. John Anastasia is John N. Myers, secretary; Mrs.
---
JJob Backlund. the youngest member of the West Toni Winslow, treasurer; Mrs
Also back with the squad are Point grid coaching staff. The assistant Crackerjax Lose Services Steven Biltz and Mrs. Arthur
-' Jim Fasig, Dick Chauaux and
backfield coach was back Barker, tournament co-chairman;
Johnny Chumney. field coach at Ft. Ord, Calif., last Twins LarsonA Mrs. Arthur. Bower handicap
year '. Twenty-eight USAFE Of Gorsky chairman; Mrs. H. F. Gingrich,
...I I I', C-=SCUTTLE.."......I. bases will field football teams this rules chairman and Mrs. Dan

season .. A/1C GeorreIattos; pall of gloom, thicker than softball catcher last year while : Home, publicity chairman.
Olympic pole vaulter, plays clar- FOLLOWING THE meeting the
:
with
playing the Jacksonville'Gator
Los Angles smog, ,hung over the
inet in the 523rd AF band at Girls. group held an indoor putting
March AFB, Cahf. Look for Jax Navy Crackerjax athletes this The Gorskys have been order contest with Mrs. Edwin J. Young
the Rice Owls to win the Southwest week with word of the pending ed to'report to ComElevcn, San taking first-place honors.

Conference grid championship. transfer of the Gorsky twins (Pat Diego, for duty,' and Larson to The Association's first tourney,

and Gerri) and Jean Larson to ComOne, Boston. The three attended a nine-hole novelty affair, was
I'I Ft. Monmouth, N. J., opens a new duty stations. boot camp together and staged on Sept. 12 and shooters
1:. 10-game pigskin slate against The trio represents All-Florida the forthcoming transfer will be were allowed the uSe of only
West Chester State Teachers Col State athletes In softball and bas- their first separation since they three clubs.
: lege (Pa:) Sept. 23. Michigan ketball Pat Gorsky was the 1955 joined the Navy. Winners of the three flights
I : State guard Karl Ferryman was'awarded Florida State women's free throw All three were members of the were:
the Silver Star, Bronze First flight: Mrs. Louis Salha-
... champion and Gerri was All Jax Navy Crackerjax which wo
i Star and,Purple Heart while ser- State forward in Florida A. A. U. the ,All Eastern Navy women'nnick, Mrs. Howard Greer; Second
ving with the marines in Korea. women's basketball tournament. basketball title and finished sec flight: Mrs. James Cooper, Mrs. ."
f r Dick' Atha and Nleld Gordon, .Larson, the pint-sized catcherfor ond Jn the All Eastern softball Edward Bishop; Third: flight:
j't liberty Ton only-eo have try to 10,.stay hours out short.o( just i out of service, will try out the. Crackerjax, was All State championships. Mrs. William Fly, Mr*. Jack McPage -
t trouble' for the New York Kniekerbock- Curdy. ,



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22 September 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

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Sports I, 'VP-3, Atop



Briefs ;. (1 Mainside IM Grid HeapVP3


With a New Jersey accent as
and FAW-11 were co-owners of first place In the Malnside
long as the lIackensack River, :Intramural Football League this week after both clubs had won
Capt. Thomas Mooney, assistant
their second victory of the young season.
training officer of Airman School,
Only five of seven scheduled
is half the chow at the 'inter- shortly"after the intermision with
tilts were played this week as
company boxing matches stagedin the first of two T. D. passes to
King Hall at NATTCenter. one game was cancelled due to end Bob Krai.
lack of officials and another was
The Marine captain, who dou' }Ir ,postponed when participating Fasron 6 opened its season last

bles in the role of announcer, : squadron personnel left the station Wednesday with a 15-0 shutout of

would put the famous New York to fly planes out of the reachof Personnel to take third place and

boxing announcer, Pete Dono: Hurricane Ion currently has the distinction of
.
van, to shame with his quips and <'i'" : After the second week of play I being the only unscored-on team

salty manner of presenting the only one other club, Furors 6, in the league. :

boxers. < ? s1' remains unbeaten in addition to Operations, who started by

S the pair of loot leaders. dropping a 6-0 decision to Hospital -
CWO George W. Hall of NAT- 1 1 looked much stronger in its

TC Supply Department; is well VP-3 PLAYED AND WON second outing ,and took a close

on his way to earning ,the title what ranks as the week's tightest 'one from 0 & R, 19-12.

of "sports fan of the Center." A game: an 8-6 victory over ,a I The winners tallied on a beau.

follower of the'Wave Crackerjaxin j DOWN THE ALLEY When this photo reached the sports scrappy VC-62 seven. A 25-yard tiful 75-yardrun, by QuarterbackJim
both basketball and Softball, department the from Homer Rouse to Novak only 20 seconds be
question was, "Now who would send us a picture, pass Barry
he was also present at the NAT- of Red SkrltonT Or is it James Carney A closer scrutiny knows Kelly and a scoring run by Halfback fore the first stanza ended and
TCenter baseball games and the that It is Comdr. Norman D. Johnson, acting NAS Jar executive Benny Kareskie brought the then matched 0 &; R evenly .in
officer, who ells out the first ball to open the Fall and Winter
Marine boxing matches.But .
bowling tettson at Mainside alleys. patrol squadron from behind with a wild second,half that producedtwo
it's not only spectator: only six minutes to play. more tallies by each club
sports for him. He was a,memberof VC-62 had gone into a 6-2 lead .

the crack Jax Navy skeet team Fasron 109 FAW-11 Share minutes earlier with a quarterback NOVAK'S RUN GAVE Operations .

that participated in the Nationalsat sneak by "Spider" Dasher, a 7.0, lead that eventuallywas

Waterford, Mich., and is also nullifying a first-half 2-0 advan- the difference in the ball-

an ardent fisherman and better- Lead In Mural Links PlayWhile tage by VP-3 which came"on a game. After intercepting a pass

than-average hore hoe tosser. safety by Jim Boroff. on his own 5-yard line to thwart ;
.
> many of the Mainside I an O & R scoring bid the Ops
It's not official as yet ,but markit won its second match of the FAW-11
Intramural Golf teams sat idle IIAD A CONSIDER- signal-caller faked a handoff on
down in your future engage. week, a close 3'4-2Vi victory over I ABLY the
this week, hard-hitting NARTU easier time winning its next play, cut through the
ment book for the Sixth Naval raced to victories over Opera- Hospital. In spite of his low share of the league's top spot, left side of the line and outracedthe

District Bowling championshipsto tions and Hospital and upped its score, however, Piva was beaten downing Hospital 18-0 with a po secondary to the goal for the
be staged here, probably in point record to 144. "* by Chief Hospitalman Hornbuc- tent aerial game and a defense score.

February. Matches would be roll- FAW-11 and'Fasron 109 both : kle who fired a 42. that twice rose to the occasion to Behind 13-0 with nine minutes

ed on both the Mainside and were inactive during: the week IN ANOTHER MONDAY match stop long marches by the medics. left in the game, 0 '& R struck -

NATTCenter.alleys.. and clung to the league lead ina the defending champion Administration Led by Quarterback Jim Zieroff's 'quickly for their first !score with

deadlock with a five and one sextet swung into action three scoring strikes and some Bill Criss diving over from the
Speaking of bowling, interestis record. Although two clubs 1 with a 4'Vi-ll,4 win over Opera fine line play by Del Kissick, one to climax a substantial drive

high at NATTCenter as the lead the league on a percentagebasis tions. Jay Maze, Jewel Westmore Russ Sawyer and Ken Hamburger But Operations put the game
season nears next month. Officers both have played fewer land, Ralph Ettinger and R. N. ,* the FairWing-men blasted out of reach three minutes later
enlisted 'and women's Thiel were the point-getters for when Novak
matches than NARTU.NARTU Hospital from the unbeaten pased to End Jim
leagues are now being 'formed Admin while Carl Yarbroughsaved ranks. McCallie' who made a circus
and the wood will rock on the OPENED its activity Operations from being Zieroff pitched one 15-yard catch in the end one for his
Center alleys, now being capably with a 4-1% decision over Ope. blanked. In the remaining match touchdown toss to End Joe Coscn-' second T. D. of the day.

handled by Jim Bills and Leon- rations in a match which saw Lcdr. J. R. Johnson split with tino in the first few minutes of FOOTBALLINTRAMURAL

ard Basil. Jack Piva and Andy Leschak each Comdr. N. D. Johnson.In play) and then iced the contest STANDINGS
card 4Kstroke scores for the win
the only other match played Includes Games of Monday,
ners. Leschak defeated Carl Yar-
I this week ComFairJax defeated Sept 19 .
Intramural brough and Piva drew with indivi-Lt. FAWTU 3 1-2 with George Cenler( Pislol( } Club PK!' For .
J. F. Kirklighter. Other
Johnson firing low score for the Teams W L For Opp.
CalendarFor dual matches found Al Knutsen winners. Taking ShapeSeven VP-3..__._ 2 0 28 6
stopping Paul Davenport, Frank
Brower downing D. L. Johns and Standings, including matches of new candidates turned FAW-11 2 0 38 18
Week of Sept 22-28 beating Lcdr. Chris- Monday, Sept. 19, are: out for the NATTCenter pistol Kasron 6 1 0 15 0
George
Thursday, Sept. 22-Football: Frye victor Team W' L Pet.FAW11 team last week and were put 0& R __'_ 1 1 24 21
VW-4 (stadium). tensen. Operations' only OperatHospital ____ 1 1
.. Fasron 6 vs. Tillman Bozeman who 5 1 .833 through the sharpshooter courseon 19 18
was
Friday, Sept. 23-Football: Hospital NAR- Fasron 109 _. 5 1 .833 the NAS range. 1 1 6 18
Ellis of
knocked off James
vs. VP-3 (stadium) and NA- NARTU 14 <4 .777 NARTU 0 1 18 20
Their
RTU vs. Personnel (Mustin); TU.Last Admin. 44 14 .750 scores were : Harold VC-62 0 1 6 8
and Knutsenwere Reese 115 Dee 157 Bill
Piva Taylor
,
Monday ; ;
Golf: FAW-11 vs. FAWTU 1530)). Supply 3 3 .500 Fasron 109 ____ 0 1 2 12
the low shooters as NARTU Grove, 211; Roger Roberts, 204;
Monday, Sept. 26 Football: FAWTU 24! 34 .416 Personnel 0 1 0 15
George Dcnyko 119, all Navy
,
Fasron 109 VC-62 (stadium) VW-4..O
vs. ; Hospital 24 34 .416 1 0 20
and Al Marshall 232
personnel
; ; .
Golf ComFairJax FAW-11 I
: vs. Operations 7' 11 .388
FromYesteryear Stan Smith 228 Marines. The
Sports ;
((1530)). VC-: _*4 8 .333
marks were made out of a possi
Tuesday, Sept. 27 Football: ComFairJax: _3'/z! 84! .291 ble 300. =:
,Operations vs. FAW-ll (stadi- Fasron 6 3 t .250 .
um). (Another In a weekly feature

Wednesday, Sept. 28 Football: that brings to life per v, ,"" ,.., .,"'..d", ,1 Thursday, Sept. 22

VW-4 vs. Hospital (stadium) and formances on the Naval Air ", ., :'. ;J;. .. I Mainside-Lady Godiva of Coventry .

Fasron 6 vs. 0 & R (Mustin); Station sports scene from dus '>' ':i,.,. ,': (color) drama); Maureen
Golf: NARTU vs. Administration ty Issues of the Jax Air News). .< 1:;. O'Hara, Victor McLaglen.
1530) and Hospital vs. Operations Ten Years Ago Today ,. NATTC Enchanted Cottage --

((1551)). It was kickoff time for the ', (drama); Robert Young, Dorothy
Volleyball for Week of Sept. football forces of Jacksonville ,t +;', McGuire.
26: Navy this week when the Fliers ,Hospital-Beneath The 12-Mile

FAETU vs. OAR, Fasron 109 squared away in the open- AiuYn Reef (color adv. drama); Robert

vs. VP-3, VC-62 vs. FAW-11 and ing game of the season againstthe :; ;: : Wagner, Terry Moore.
Fasron 6 vs. NARTU. Miami NTC Tars. The Fliers Friday, Sept. 23

VW-4 vs. FAETU, FAW-11 vs. remembering well a firsjt- Mainside To Hell and Back
Fasron 109 vs. Fasron 6 and NA game defeat to a weak Florida: (color drama Cine); Audie Mur #

RTU vs. VC62.Ealries U. eleven in 1944, were deter phy, Marshall) Thompson.

50 mined that history would not NATTC-Lady Godiva of Coventry

Acceple repeat itself. Score: NAS Jax (color drama); Maureen
35, Miami NTC 6. O'Hara Victor McLaglen.)

For ,Center Bowling Five Years Ago Today Hospital Enchanted Cottage

Entries are now being receivedby The Fliers of five years ago /fi";; '. ,< (drama); Robert Young, Dorothy

Special Services for the NA. today were preparing to do :a McGuire.
"
TTCenter winter bowling league exactly the same thing as the ;' ; Saturday, Sept. 24
Fliers of ten ago. Thatis Mainside-The McConnell Story
years <
which will open October 4 and ,, '
continue until the Christmas hol- they were beginning another .e, (color drama Cine); Alan
grid season, and this time ; Ladd, June Allysori.
idays. 1
i i the opposing forces wore the 1 NATTC To Hell and Back
Asked what he'd done with his livery of Corry Field. And : (color) drama Cine); Audie Mur-

pay, the boatswain's mate an- these Fliers were just as vicious 4 p. nnm m__ ,'T. ,, phy, Marshall Thompson .

swered:, "Part went for liquor, as their 1945 counter- BADMINTON CHAMP Jim Bertolino, Marine'from Airman I Hospital-LadY Godiva of Coventry
part for women, and the rest I parts as they clobbered Corry I Preparatory, School, is the new badminton singles champion at '(color* drama)} I Mauresn: '

spent foolishly-! 49-6. NATTCenter. lie. was. ,also_ a doubles finalist. aiTara, 'V/doV/ McLaglenJJ .

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"""' "" 'i' ". ...",'- .' ','.'....: '.. .': '.'. ,.. ", : :.",
: :;,,,;. < .
Nine Clubs Await ; ... : i. "<" /.. .,, t
AN-PAE Schools ./ : .' ., ., ..'

Volleyball Play Cop Volleyball ''. .-t..i" ?

Loop Openers I 0 1 ,
At MainsideThe .' + i,), :

Airman Preparatory School \
Mainside intramural volleyball
and Aviation I Electrician1 t4
league opens play Mon-
Mate School Class A teams
\
day and all nine of the loop's
won their' opening games in .:.
contenders will see, action duringthe
the NATTCenter
initial week. volleyball
ltaaue"t4ls week. Games are
The beginning contests were
played during the noon hours.
originally scheduled
for last week
but scheduling problems and oth The Preps downed Special .
er unforeseen delaysjorced Spe Services 15-11,15-10, while the

cial Services officials\ to move the Sparkles defeated Aviation

starting date back to Sept 20. Storekeepers School 15-10, 15-

Seven league teams are slated 10.Other
for two tilts during the week and teams, in the circuitare

the remaining two clubs will see Naval Air Weapons Sys-

action only once; VW-4 and O&R tem, Aviation Ordnancemen
are the teams with only one and A vial I ion t Electrician'sMate
scheduled match. School Class B.

League rules allow each teama
week in which to complete its Mail orderly at mail call: "A ,.t

matches with the time and placeof letter for Cdadwinszkeidnozsly," -

each match being arranged by : No answer. "A letter for Cda- FATHER-SON VICTORS It isn't often you get this many fathers and sons together for one
the participating activities at picture. That' just what the photographer did when be caught participants in the.recent Junior-
their own convenience. dwinszekcidnozsly," % Senior golf tourney. Kneeling ''(left to right) are Toni Davies Jr. and Bill Holden. First row (standing
Other league entries Voice from the rear of bar (left to right) 'are Bill Cook, Skip Foster, Jay Harvey, Bob lleyer Roney Hurst, Dick JJroio
include and David Maze. Back row (left to right) Comdr. Norman Johnson, Andy Leschak, Tom Davies,
FAETU Fasron 109, VP-3, VC-62 racks: "What are the initials Jack Comdr. Frank
Harvey, Meyer, Milton Hurst, Lou Brozo and Casey Maze.
Fasron 6, FAW-ll and NARTU. '

VP-3's Allen Murray, Donnelly Cop
'r'1r': ;
Co. 34 OutslugsFoe Badminton Doubles *

Scores In Scoring three straight wins in

In SmokerFeatured the finals, Lee Murray and Jinn
.
Pistol ActionShooting Donnelly of Aviation Electri-
,by a slam-bang bout cian's Mate School, captured the

between a pair of lightweights, on an individual ba- NATTCenter badminton doubles
Company 34 of Airman Prepara title last week.
sis, members of the Jax Police
tory School defeated Company 32 The duo downed Jim Bertolino
by a 6-3 count in King lalllast team and Jax Pistol Club and and Sebastino Ripa of Airman

Thursday before more, than 700 other military teams including Preparatory School; 21-11, 21.10, "

boxing fans. AFPS SPOUTS Call Goes Out NATTCenter, VP-3, Marine Aviation 21-9. A week earlier Bertolino

Chuck Thompson of 34 and Bob Detachment and FAW-ll had taken the singles title.
Mitchell of 32 highlighted the 9- For ArchersAnyone Team championship' went too
Roundup braved the inclement weather t
bout program with Thompson AE School with V78 points follow
.. earning a close, split decision. interested in forming fire in the monthly Jax Police ed by AN-P with 64; NAWS
The results: Howard Carper, I (By Armed Forces Press Service) a station archery team Pistol Club meet held in Jack- School, and AK-2 School, 57W

34, defeated Joe Ruby, 32; Don I Three college basketball coaches should contact S/Sgt. Slatton sonville last Tuesday. .

Lancaster, 32, defeated' Bill Wag. -Ray Greene (Cornell) Flow by phoning 8249 prior to Octo- 'When the targets were brought" Officers Wives'
ner, 34 Jim ber 1. Interested personnel
; Donnelly 34 defeated
Wilson (Harvard) and Ed SUctx in and the scores tallied, R. FAllen .
Dick Anthony, 32; Johnny (Springfield) need not have previous expe- AOC, from FAW-ll
-are currently on a was Golfers
I O'Brien, 32, defeated Coleman months' ." rience in shooting, but each awarded Eye
tour of Northeast Air three medals and a trophy
Halthell}, 34; Denver Ziegler, 34, Command bases The WorldSeries archer must furnish his own in a'clean sweep of the Mas
defeated Bob Shaw, 32; Bill Air- opens on or about Sept. 28 equipment.ers ter Class. Sunday Meets i

etta, 34, defeated Don Craft, 32; at the home Allen
of the American captured the Master's Razzle- Dazzle Fourball
Burch and Bob of Dreyer 32. 34, defeated.' Bill League champs Prediction: pro cage team. bracket in slow fire, timed .fire golf tourney originally planned '

Cornell, coached by Lefty James, ,Syracuse University grlddersM.rt and rapid fire and finished the for last Sunday on the station
Bob Perkins
of VC-62, refereed will win the Ivy League football Hoffman and Don Althousewere meet with an aggregate score of course will be played Sunday,

crown There are 42 playerson teammates at Ft. Leonard 544 out of a possible 600 to take Sept. 25, the Officers' Wives Golf

the Texas Christian football Wood, "Mo. M/Sgt. George the trophy. Asociation announced.
Seven Vets Back team-and 40 of them come from The Navy chief ordnancemanwill The
Doer of.Ft Benning Ga. tournament and golfing
,
specializes
the Lone Star state. At fullback add his medals and trophy get-together was postponed late
For Grid Wars for the Horned Frogs is Jack l in raising homing pigeons to the 40-odd medals and two last week when it looked like
Webb, Dum de dum dum. He has. 40 birds The Parris trophies he has won in other Hurricane lone might Jax a
How's this for a tonguetwister Island, S. C., football team playsthe meets. visit.i pay

With AO SchoolSeven ? One of the top weightlifters University Chattanooga onNov. Second only to Allen was Elmer Following the afternoon of golf

In the Berlin Command is Sgt 11 In the First Army Boerner, AOC, from VP-3 who Sunday there will be cocktails
veterans from last year's Don Jose Angel Leon Gutterriz softball tournament, Pvt John took first place in the Expert and a buffet ; with .;
team probably will be back'with Maya Eslava Vasco Guski Bil Spring of Ft. Monmouth those d' Class. prizes and surprises supper being offered many-

Aviation Ordnanceman School, bao ,AHo Guarrei DePasqual. :three no-hitters, a one-hitler' and to ,those who participate in
which finished, third when the a two-hitter., In five he ;
,
(They call him "Pepe" for short) I games WEATHER OUTLOOK the day's activities.
NATTCenter football league t latest boxing ratings in The ,struck--out 93. THE WIVES ASSOCIATION

opens Monday, September 26. Ring magazine list Pvt. Joey GI- I 4 'FrIday:. Widely scattered sho held its first regularly scheduled
Mac: "Was her father surprised
Coached this season by Joe ambra of Ft. Hood, Tex., as the wers with temperature around 90
when meeting on Sept. 9 and the newly
asked her to
Thornton you marry ..
the
team has returning No. 8 middleweight. Joey
was degrees.
?" elected club officers presided.
in addition to Thorton, three you
ranked fourth in that division be-
members the 1954 backfield fore entering the Army. Mate: "Surprbed, why he near Saturday: Showers and hot. Recently installed were Mrs.. Howard -
Matt Kurilich Mel ly dropped the shotgun.*' Sunday: Same. Greer as president, Mrs.
Young, and
glob Backlund. At 24, Pfc. John Anastasia is John N. Myers, secretary; Mrs.
the youngest member of the West Toni Winslow, treasurer; ,Mrs.
.' Also back with the squad are Point grid coaching staff. The assistant Crackerjax Lose ServicesOf Steven Biltz and Mrs. Arthur
Jim Fasig Dick
Chauaux and I backfield coach back.
was Barker, tournament co-chairman;
Johnny Chumney. field coach at Ft. Ord, Calif., last Twins Larsonsoftball Mrs. Arthur Bower, handicap

...t year '. Twenty-eight USAFE I Gorsky chairman; Mrs. II. F. Gingrich,

.".-.-- _..) scu1TLEIuTrY bases will field football teams this rules chairman and Mrs. Dan
.. season AlJ C George Mattes
; A of Home publicity chairman.
pall gloom, thicker than catcher last year while
Olympic pole vaulter, plays clarinet Los Angles the playing with the Jacksonville FOLLOWING THE meeting the
t smog, ,hung over e
{ in
the 523rd AF
band at
'Gator Girls. group held an indoor putting
yy March AFB, Calif. Look for Jax Navy Crackerj ax athletes this The Gorskys have been order contest with Mrs. Edwin J. Young
the Rice Owls to win the Southwest week; with word of the pending taking first-place honors.
ed to
report to ComEleven, San
.. Conference grid championship. transfer of the Gorsky twins (Pat Diego, for duty,' and Larson to The Association's first tourney,

and Gerri) and Jean Larson to ComOne, Boston. The three attended a nine-hole novelty affair, was
,.' .. Ft. Monmouth, N. J., opens a new duty stations. boot together and staged -on Sept 12 and shooters
camp
,'. ,,' 10-game pigskin slate against The trio represents All-Florida the forthcoming transfer will be were allowed the use of only
t West Chester State Teachers College -
State athletes in softball and basketball their first separation since they three clubs.
(Pa:) Sept. 23. ;
Michigan Pat Gorsky was the 1955 joined the Navy. Winners of the three flights
',; .......,. State guard Karl Ferryman wasawarded Florida State women's free throw AIL three were members of the were:
: the Silver Star, Bronze and First flight: Mrs. Louis Salha-
.. champion Gerri was All Jax Navy Crackerjax which won I
f'}.I? Star and.Purple Heart while serving State forward In Florida A. A. U. the All Eastern Navy women's nick, Mrs. Howard Greer; Second
:, with the marines in Korea. women's basketball tournament. basketball title and finished second flight: Mrs. James Cooper, Mrs. _

"Ton only have 10 hours shore r Dick Atha and Nleld Gordon, ,. Larson, the pint-sized catcher in the All Eastern softball I Ichampionships. Edward Bishop; Third flight:
I liberty 40 try to .stay out of just i out of service, will ,try out for the. Crackerjax. was All State I Mrs. William Fly, Mrs. Jack Mc-
trouble." for the New York Knltk bock- l' Curdy. *

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22 September '1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .


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lAX VP-3, FAW-ll Move Atop


Sports

Briefs Mainside 1M Grid Heap


With a New Jersey accent as
VP-3 and FAW-11 were co-owners of first place in the Mainside
long as the Hackcnsack River,
Intramural Football League this week after both clubs had won
Copt Thomas Mooney, assistant
their second victory of the young season.
training officer of Airman School
five of scheduledtilts
half the'show at the inter Only seven '
is shortly after the intermision with
were played this week as
company boxing matches stagedin the first of two T. D. passes to
cancelled due to
King Hall at NATTCenter. one game was end Bob Kral.
lack of officials and another was
The, Marine captain, who doubles postponed when participating Fasron 6 opened its season last

in the role of announcer, squadron personnel left the station Wednesday with a 15-0 shutout of
would put the famous New York Personnel to take third place and
reachof
t to fly planes out of the
boxing announcer, Pete Donovan I Hurricane Ion currently has the distinction of

to shame with his quips and After the second week of play being the only unscored-on team

salty manner of presenting the ';M' f only one other club, Fasron 6, in the league.Operations :

boxers. '( ', remains unbeaten in addition to who started by
1 t '-1' T 1iE the pair of loofc leaders. dropping a 6-0 decision to Hospital

CWO George W.,Hall of NAT- S SSVP3 looked much stronger in its

TC Supply Department; is well ,, PLAYED AND WON second outing ,and took a close

on his way to earning ,the title what ranks as the week's tightest one from 0 & R, 1912.
of "sports fan of the Center." A
_T game an 8-6 victory over a The winners tallied on a beau
follower of the;Wave Crackerjaxin VC-62 A %$ tiful 75-yard.run by QuarterbackJim
basketball DOWN THE ALLEY When this photo reached tbe sports scrappy seven. -yard
both, and softball, department, the question was, "Now who, would send us a picture, pass from Homer Rouse to Barry Novak only 20 seconds before
he was also present at the NAT of Red Skelton Or Is It James Carney A closer scrutiny shows Kelly and a scoring run by Halfback the first stanza ended and

TCenter baseball games and the that It Is Comdr. Norman D. Johnson., acting NAS JAX executive Benny Kareskie brought the then matched 0 & R evenly .in
officer, who rolls out the first ball to open the Fall and Winter
Marine boxing matches.
bowling season at Mainside alleys. patrol squadron from behind with a wild second,half that producedtwo
But it's not only spectator only six minutes to play. more tallies by each club.

sports for him. He was a,memberof % VC-62 had gone into a 6-2 lead SSNOVAK'S

the crack Jax>Navy skeet team Fasron 109 FAW-11 Share minutes earlier with a quarterback RUN GAVE!: Operations .

that participated in the Nationalsat sneak by "Spider" Dasher, a 7-0 lead that eventuallywas

Waterford, Mich., and is alsoan nullifying a first-half 2-0 advantage the difference in the ball-
ardent fisherman and better- Lead In Mural Links .
Play by VP-3 which came"on a. game. After intercepting a pass

than-average horeshoe tosser. safety by Jim Boroff. on his own 5-yard line to thwartan
,. S '
While many of the Mainside 0 & R scoring bid the Ops
It's not official as yet ,but markit I Intramural Golf teams sat idle I won its second match of the FAW-11 HAD A CONSIDERABLY signal-caller faked a handoff on

down in your future engage. this week, hard-hitting NARTU. week, & close 32 J,4 victory over easier time winning its the next play, cut through the

ment book for the Sixth Naval raced to victories over Opera Hospital. In spite of his low share of the league's top spot, left side of the line and outracedthe

District Bowling championshipsto tions and Hospital and upped its score, however, Piva was beatenby downing Hospital 18-0 with a potent secondary to the goal for the
be staged here, probably in ""* Chief Hospitalman Hornbuc-
point record to 144. ; aerial game and a defense score.
February. Matches would be roll FAW-11 and'Fasron 109 both : kle who fired a 42. that,twice rose to the occasion to Behind 13-0 with nine minutesleft

ed on both the Mainside and were Inactive during the week, IN ANOTIIER MONDAY match stop long marches by the medics. in the game, 0 & R struck

NATTCenter alleys.. and clung to the league lead ina the defending champion Admini Led by Quarterback Jim Zieroff's quickly for their first score with

deadlock with a five and one stration sextet swung into action I I three scoring strikes and some Dill Criss diving over from the

Speaking of bowling, interestis record.. Although two clubs 1 with a 41fr1wln over Operations fine line play by Del Kissick, one to climax a substantial drive.
high at NATTCenter as the Jay Maze, Jewel Westmore But
lead the league on a percentagebasis Russ Sawyer and Ken Hamburger Operations put the game
season nears next month. Officers both have played fewer land, Ralph Ettinger and R. N. ,' the FairWing-men blasted out of reach three minutes later
enlisted 'and women's Thiel were the point-getters for when
matches than NARTU. Hospital from the unbeaten Novak pased to End Jim
leagues are now being formed Admin while Carl Yarbroughsaved ranks. McCnllie who made a circus

and the wood will rock on the NARTU OPENED its activity Operations from being Zieroff pitched one 15-yard catch in the end one for his!!

Center alleys, now being capably with a 41!, .1'h decision over Operations blanked.. In the remaining match touchdown toss to End Joe Coscn- second T. D. of the day.

handled by Jim Bills and Leonard in a match which saw Lcdr. J. R. Johnson split with tino in the first few minutes of FOOTBALLINTRAMURAL
Basil. Jack Piva and Andy Lcschak each Comdr. N. D. Johnson.
play and then iced the contest STANDINGS
card -stroke scores for the win
In the only other match played Includes Games of Monday,
ners. Leschak defeated Carl Yar-
I this week ComFalrJax defeated Sept 19 .
brough and Piva drew. with Lt.
Intramural FAWTU 314-214! with George Center Pistol Club Ph. For
Other indivIdual
J. F. Kirklighter.
Johnson firing low score for the Teams \V L For Opp.

CalendarFor matches found Al Knutsen winners. Taking ShapeSeven VP-3 ...._._ 2 0 28 6 ,
stopping Paul Davenport, Frank
Brower downing D. L. Johns and Standings, including matches of new candidates turned FAW-11 2 0 38 18
Week of Sept 22-28 Monday Sept. 19, : for Fasron 6 1 0 15 0
George Frye beating Lcdr. Christensen are out the NATTCenter pistol
Thursday, Sept. 22-Football: Operations' only victor Team W' L Pet. team last week and were put O,& R -_ 1 1 24 21

Fasron 6 vs. VW-4 (stadium). Tillman Bozeman who FAW'll 5 1 .833 through the sharpshooter courseon OperationsHospital 1 1 19 16

Friday, Sept 23-Football: Hospital was knocked off James Ellis of NAR Fasron 109 _. 5 1 .833 the NAS range. 1 l' 6 18
vs. VP-3 (stadium) and NA. NARTU 14 4 .777 NARTU 0 1 J8 20
Their Harold
RTU vs. Personnel (Mustin); TU.Last scores were : VC-C2 6 8
Admin. 4H 1M .750
Monday Piva and Knutsen Reese, 115; Dee Taylor, 157; Bill
Golf: FAW-11 vs. FAWTU 1530)). Supply 3 3 .500 Fasron 109 0 1 2 12
were the low shooters as NARTU Grove, 211; Roger Roberts, 204;
Monday, Sept. 26 Football: FAWTU 2',i 3H .416 all PersonnelVW4 0 1 0 15
George Denyko 1J9 Navy
Fasron 109 vs. VC-62 (stadium); Hospital 2V4 3 personnel; and Al Marshall, 232; .
Golf: ComFairJax vs. FAW-11 '
7' 11 .38
Operations
P
Sports FromYesteryear Stan Smith, 228; Marines. The
((1530)).
VC-62 _-4 8 .333
marks were made out of a possi-
Tuesday, Sept. 27 Football: ComFalrJax'/i 8'i! .291 ble 300.BADMINTON EmIlThursda"
,
Operations vs. FAW-11 (stadi- Fasron 6 3 9 .250
um). (Another In a weekly feature

Wednesday, Sept. 28-Football: that brings to life performances ,. ..., ,1 Sept 22
VW-4 vs. Hospital (stadium) and on the Naval Air :,);. Mainside-Lady Godiva of Coventry

- Fasron 6 vs. 0 & R (Mustin); Station sports scene from dusty ",; ", \: (color drama); Maureen

Golf: NARTU vs. Administration Issues of the Jar Air News). ./ > .,;t.:,,::, O'Hara, Victor McLaglen.
1530)) and Hospital vs. Opera- Ten Years Ago Today NATTC Enchanted Cottage

tions (1551)). It was kickoff time for the > ,I (drama); Robert Young, Dorothy
Volleyball for Week of Sept. football forces of Jacksonville l'' > McGuire.

26: Navy this week'when the Fliers .. i. ';" ..;.::..... (Hospital-Beneath The 12-Mile

FAETU vs. 0 & R, Fasron 109 squared away in the open- n, 'I1/;. : ., Reef (color adv. drama); Robert
> ,
\ t
{
vs. VP-3, VC-62 vs. FAW-11 and ing game of the season againstthe 'J rlt "k\Io\: i Wagner, Terry Moore.
Fasron 6 vs. NARTU. Miami NTC Tars. The Fliers ; ': Friday, Sept 23

VW-4 vs. FAETU, FA W.ll vs. remembering well a firsjt- ';; O\f ,: Mainside To Hell and Back
>
Fasron: 109 vs. Fasron. 6 and NA- game defeat to a weak Florida yW : :.., >f{ (color drama Cine); Audie Murphy #
"
,
RTU vs. VC62.Eilries U. eleven in 1944, were deter- I" ""i"; { Marshall Thompson.

mined that history would not ',j Yi":;,>f."'w.{;, .. 'L. ,' ;. NATTC-Lady Godiva of Coventry

AcceptedFor repeat itself. Score: NAS Jax {':, ,. (color drama); Maureen
<
35, Miami NTC 6. "r: ,' ': O'Hara, Victor McLaglen.

Center BowlingEntries Five Years Ago Today Hospital Enchanted Cottage

receivedby The Fliers of five years ago l; > (drama); Robert Young, Dorothy
are now being
Special Services for the NA. today were preparing to do ; McGuire.

TTCenter winter bowling league exactly the same thing as the Saturday, Sept 24
of ten Thatis : Mainside -The McConnell Sto-
which will open October 4 and Fliers years ago. ,; \
they were beginning another ry (color drama Cine); Alan
continue until the Christmas hol- t,
grid season, and this time Ladd, June Allysori.
idays.
4 i the opposing forces wore the NATTC To Hell and Back:

Asked what he'd done with his livery of Corry Field. And i.rvl. (color drama Cine); Audie Murphy -

pay, the boatswain's mate answered these Fliers were just as vI- ,, Marshall Thompson. ,
their 1945 counterparts Hospital-Lady Godiva of Coventry
: "Part went for liquor, cious as CHAMP Jim Bertolino,'Marine from Airman
part for women, and the rest I as they clobbered Corry I Preparatory School, is 'the new badminton singles champion at '(color* drama)!J'' Maureen'

pent foolishly." 496. NATTCenter. lie. was. .also_ a. doubles finalist. O'Hara, 'V/cto/ McLagleii. :



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. Bus Schedule I Scouts' Work'Revieved amI.mD


: Revealed For '
At FOR RENT

3 rm. furn.-418 Liberty St. Mrs

School StudentsSchedules .. Charter MeetThe Stradtmlre, EL 45676.
r 4, 4 rm. furn.-2781 Forbes St. Mrs
of school buses have
Fathers ,of the Boy Scoutsof ) Kunge, EV 83356.
been listed for the transportationof
Troop 131 gathered Monday 2 bdrrn. furn.-835: S. McDuff,
the children of this station and
night in the Scout Hall, Building Mrs. Kunge EV 8-3356.>
Dewey Park who attend schoolsin
Jacksonville.For 802, for a charter review meeting 3 rm. turn;-Kate Emory, 2148
Roselle Bt. EL 56374.
those children who attend 2 bdrm. unfurn. house Norman

private i schools, arrangements Scoutmaster A. J. Baskervflle Mossman( 6444 Park St. EV.
t reviewed the troop's achievements -
have been made with Jackson 89775. $50
I mo.
ville Coach Company at low cost ( for the past year and out- 1 bdrm. turn.-1511 Barr St. Mrs

to the child, for the scheduled lined the specific goals set up Spurgeon, EV 8-2407,
trips to schools attended. for the coming year. I
the Navy couple to' share 3 bdrm.
Many students attending public Capt. Irg, N. Curtis;: Institutional home with widow. EV 9.0969,

schools located in the vicinity of Representative, commented up- 1040 James St. :Mrs. Beatly.

these routes also ride these buses. on the, organization of the scout 3 bdrm. house. Mrs. Raker, 461?
School bus tokens are on sale at troop and pointed out that ,the Sussex Ave., EV '9-8214/NAS

the NAS housing office, Building parents, through administrative Ext. "789. "

1050 at the cost of four cents each. _u work of the scOut committee, run 2 rm. unfurn. Duplex "apt. Orange

STUDENTS WHO attend Lee I SCOUT AWARDS Attendance banners, awarded at the the troop while the operating Park, 218 E. Milwaukee Ave.
High School and Bishop Kenny Muskogee District Court of Honor last Thursday, are displayed by personnel the scoutmaster and $65.'I12.s.5l11.

High School are allowed to use six members of Naval Air Station Troop 131. The Troop also was his assistants, work directly with 1 Bdrm. turn. $10 wk. 2672 College.EV .
these bus tokens the awarded two monthly awards for August activities. First row (left the boys. Capt. Curtis then des-
on regularJax to right) are Jim Daskerville, Michael King, Cecil Jones, Jlmmle 76534.
Coach buses on regular Sheffield, Terry Merrifield and Michael Samuelson. Rear are A. cribed the committee positionsand 3 rms. turn. 925 Rosselle St. Tel.
school days, but not after 1700. J. Baskerville, DKC, scout master Troop 131; James Sheffield, the committee officers were EV 8-2655 Mrs. Rhodes.
The responsibility for getting ADC, and R. I. King, assistant scout masters. The awards were then elected with Mr. H. Breit- 3 rm. turn. 2811 Iroquois Ave. Mrs.
presented by Harold Cruli of Jacksonville, chairman of the Muskogee -
moser being elected chairman.
their children to and from schoolas District.Propose. Richardson. EV 8-6937.
well as the conduct of their During the coming year it is :5 rm, bungalow unfurn. 539 Woodruff

children while they ride the 'Attractive' Career To planned that there will be one -EV 7-2614, Mrs. Plummer.

school buses, lies with the parents over-night camping trip each 3 rm. turn. 2258 Dellwood, EV

concerned, according to NAS month for the scouts and one 7-3341, Miss Young.
Jacksonville Notice No. 4650. Swell Ranks Of Navy MedicsAlarmed parents' night each month. 1 rm. with bath. 2904 Ionic Ave.

Schedules and routes are subjectto > Ortega. Mrs. Varnedoe, EV
change at any time but will by the dwindling and highly motivated career officers 91543.

be published in the plan of the number of Navy doctors and den the mission of the Medical Navy Forced 11' furn. rm. with priv. 4237 Appleton -

tists, the Navy is taking immediate Department can be accomplished (Continued From Page 1) I Ave. East. PH EV 83943.
day.Buses
operated by the local action to make attractive the without resort ,to ,a Special Doc- skilled petty officers needed to Mrs. IL Petrie. '
.
coach company will leave Mustin career of medical and dental offi- tor Draft. man our complex modern ships FOR SALE
Circle at 0745 and down 3 bdrm. house 4542 Blount Ave.
proceed and will ,
cers.Although To maintain a corps consisting planes continue to be
,'"d Mustin Road to Yorktown Ave. much of the problemis primarily of experienced and based on the hard core of career Lcdr Arnold, Ext. 622 or 203.
nue, to Childs street, down Childs common to all branches of and volun- 1951 Doles Aero 16 ft Trailer.
well-qualified career physiciansand men on new four-year
street to Albemarle to Hancock military medicine, the Navy" in $1,050. Lot 65, Azalea Court.
dentists whose<\ strength is teer enlisted at the rate of more
street, down Hancock to York. the past has not in, general com- continually replenished by arj appropriate than 100,000 a year," states Nav- 3 bdrm. house, $2500 down. James

town, thence to the main gate. pared favorably in this field, ac- number of career per- Act 5, BuPers. Notice 1140, ad- Dixon, EV 71272.
This bus will at all 3 bdrm. Lakeshore home. Ph. EV
stop regularbus cording to Navy authorities.
sonnel is the ultimate aim of the dressed to "all hands..
stops, arriving at the main 85144. $50: mth., email down
Current consideration of adjustments
Navy in its corrective action, according EVEN WITH IMPROVING re-
gate at 0800, thence down Roosevelt payment.
in eligibility of medi- to the recent Alnav. enlistment rates and the
{ Boulevard to Lake Shore. strong 2 bdrm. turn house for sale 5122
cal and dental officers for selec-
recruiting program the will
Arrival time at Lake Shore and tion The accomplishment of this Navy Sun'derland Rd. (Lakeshore).
in
I for promotion fiscal year be unable to fill all and
4 Bayview schools, will be 0315; St. 1956 is announced in Alnav 69 objective requires the following gaps 5 rm. house 5443 Carder St, (Lakeshore
maintain the
Mathews, 0825; McDuff and Park with the ultimate purpose to in- "just and administratively appropriate personnel strengthto ). EV 9-4075, Mr. Una tot..
meet its world-wide commit-
street for Lee High School, (0840) ; maximum effectiveness measures,"* continues the 3 bdrm. house unfurn. Mrs. W. L.
sure military '
ments tills
St. Paul's, 0850; John Gorrie Junior in the Navy medical care of Alnav. NavAct. year, according to the Stokes, Jr., 4755 Cambridge. EV,

High, 0855.Students personnel and their dependents. ((1)) ADJUSTMENT of lineal 9.7071.
attending Lee High precedence of all physicians and Draftees will not have a choice MISCELLANEOUSRide

School will ride the regular NAS THESE ADJUSTMENTS and dentists to reflect constructive between the Army and the Navy, wanted Highlands to NATTC,

bound bus ((70 Naval Air Station) resultant promotion acceleration service that more adequately as they will be allocated to one 0730-1610, 10232 PlnehurstDrive.
will increased income
mean service
in the afternoon. The return compensates for the long and ex or the other by joint E. E. Poff, Ext. 8643.
and to that extent will reduce the
school buses in the afternoon will pensive professional educationand armed services examining sta-, Three riders wanted. Driving to
disparity of incomes with other tions.
go to the Circle. Buses pickingup training! that must precede Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 30, to
military medical or dental officers )
children from the apartments actual practice. Defense Department said that drive a.nd'share expenses. Lillian
and with civilian
(Bldgs. 800, 801, and 803) and on dentists states physiciansand ((2)) Establishment of eligibilityfor the Marine Corps and the Air Hare, 2844 Cherokee Circle
Surgeon
,
Mustin Road will stop at the curbin Force did not at the present inJnd West.

promotion during the current
General of the Navy B. W. Hoganin
front of Building 801 in the a current newsletter. "With fiscal year. This will reflect four to use the draft machinery Ride wanted to Key West, Fla on
morning, and on the oppositeside years constructive service credit although the latter is below its 26 or 27 Sept. Contact S. Mor-
adequate Cumbers of
competent
of Mustin Road in the after- for profesional education plus appropriate authorized strength for next June lanen, EV. 83910.
noon. trips will be made at the closeof constructive credit for 30. However, officials did not ex- .

Students attending Bishop Ken- school hours. internship and professional ex- clude the possibility that this VF-13 Pilots

ny High School will be requiredto Children living in Dewey Park perience. service, too, might be forced to

ride the regular Jax coach bus will be picked up by Duval Coun- Some of the proposals recommended compulsory inductions unless the (Continued From Page 1)

:ieparting- NAS at 0715. ty School bus No. 81 which will by a task force assignedby voluntary enlistment rate increases. received during similar exercisesin
.
Fare to Venetia is one token, leave 120th street in Dewey Parkat the Defense Department for Fiscal Year 1955.
beyond Venetia, two tokens. For the regular loading zone at ap- coordinated study of the medical The Navy at the end of last THE LIEUTENANT'S proudest

children living aboard the Sta- proximately 0710; thence east on situation in all services will involve July numbered 653,301 againstan eat( however, is one that is not

.. tion, Duval County school bus No. 120th street to Roosevelt, and on legislation which cannot be authorized strength of 657,000for in the record books. Back in January
75 will leave the Circle, Mustin to Venetia. Two or three trips enacted until next year. next June. Present Air Force of this year, during an un.

Road, at approximately 0700, pro will J be made by this bus to take. In the interim the Chief of enrollment is 955,940 comparedwith official exercise at Mayport, he

ceed along Mustin Road to York care of transporting all the chil- Naval Personnel has recommended an authorized strength of set an All-Navy record when he

town avenue, west on Yorktown dren. that the eligibility of these I 975,000 for 'next June.on scored 126 hits firing 150 rounds

avenue through the main gate to Children of grades 1, 2, and 3 officers be determined by a credit I from an altitude of 15,000 feet
Roosevelt Boulevard, and on to attending the second session at for five years for medical and active duty for temporary pro under radar .rules. Lt. McLain,

Venetia school. Venetia school will be transported four years for dental, plus full motion to next higher grade, pur- hails from Davenport Iowa.

THIS BUS WILL immediatelyreturn from 120th street in Dewey credit for their years of active suant to act of July 24, 1941, as During last week's exercises

to the station and 'make Park at the regular loading zone' duty in their respective fields, amended. In general, all com- four other VF-13 pilots received"E"

another trip picking up children at approximately 1145 and repeat plus partial credit for years of manders with date of rank July Awards from ComFairJax.

in the enlisted housing area along the entire schedule given above. professional age not spent on active 10, 1950, or earlier, plus .those They were Ltjg( ) Albert J. Hild-

the following routes: east on Return trips will be made at the dufy. In short, this adjust.. officers whose professional credit reth, who scored 79 hits, Ensign

Yorktown to Hancock; north on close of school hours. ment will provide an additional place them in the new promotionzones Harold L. Bullman, 68 hits, Lt

Hancock to Albemarle; east on credit for practically all such officers are now being considered. (jg) Harold Barnes, making 66

Albemarle to Randolph; south ont (Answer to Page 3 Puzzle) of at least one year, and --I.. I hits, and Ensign Ernest T. Smith

Randolph to Yorktown; west to R P W AT pT in some instances, several years. An old Navy Gun Captain was with 40 hits. All fired 150 rounds

Yorktown to Roosevelt, and on to A M E (, Along the same lines, graduates, at home by the stove dozing under similar rules.
Venetia school. This second trip BM of medical and dental schools on peacefully when suddenly the VF-13, which has already set

will leave Yorktown and Hancock K IDEA completion of the year of intern- stove door opened and flames two Atlantic Fleet records for

'\ at approximately '0740. To TENT TNEI F R ETH ER ship will be promoted to full lieutenant shot out."Fire". marksmanship earlier this year

transport the children in grades QDI BQOI OH instead of receiving the shouted his wife. and which boast two individual

'I rt.. 1, 2, and 3, attending the second HQH mOHEIB BOB present junior grade designation. The gun captain leaped to his record setters, in Lt. McLain and
if session at Venetia this bus :will P IE L ARD Selection boards will conveneon feet, grabbed the cat, shoved it Capt. Rogers, is preparing for
NL
leave: Mustin Circle at approximately P O S IDE? Sept. 20 to consider comman- into the stove, slammed the door, deployment to the West ,Coast,
1130 and repeat the en- R LD ders and lieutenant commandersof opened the draft and shouted'up where it will operate aboard the

tire schedule given above. Return D D the, medical and dental corps the stove pipe: "Ready Two." ,USS Bennington.

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