Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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_1 ____ InfirmaryNow

CalledDispensary :


NAS Jax no longer has an

Infirmary. As of this months, ,
Building 8 now becomes a Dispensary '


."',. ... .. ."'W. df;: ....-...-....... '11.-V"'''''' '.-',',''' '..JT'__ --, ",...... .. "" ,'. '....'.. _.. -, Dispensary Known ,until it was 1950 changed as the to
FILLING STATION IN THE SKY-Air-to-air tefuellng is\becoming commonplace among Navy jet fighter and attack squadrons Infirmary at the start. of the
which heretofore have been hindered to a degree by their, short range due to rapid consumption of fuel. In left photo an Korean War to indicate that it
I nIl Banshee from Jacksonville Fighter Squadron 31, a unit of A\lr Group 3, approaches the fueling hose carried by an AJ Savage.
Right photo shows the Banshee's probe piping penetrating a drogue at the end of the 70-foot hose ready to take on more fuel. The was equipped to care for over :
flow of fuel Is regulated by the "mother" plane. Most Jets take on some 5,000 pounds of fuel within five ,minutes. night patients. Without such
facilities, it would have retain.
180th Birthday ed its status as a Dispensary.This .

separation of infirmaries -

Marines Set true throughout and dispensaries the Navy.:Now was

JflK flJ however, the term "infirmary"has
been removed from all .

Parties ForAnniversary 1>T1m such units of the Navy, and
r that of "dispensary" is employed
without distinction.

VOL-13 No, 33 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Ha 10 November 1955 Out
Marines in the Jacksonvillearea Early

tonight will to gather celebrate full the strength 180th New Working )T'.3: : :: ? : Program'Extended

birthday anniversary of the ,
........." ., '
: '
U. S. Marine which has Jacket
CapAutllorized ':' :':t' ;slff
made bold history since its establishment (j:.::
Nov. 10 1775.
The Navy' has extended ait
Plans for the? celebration are
for five separate parties and as Officers and enlisted personnelwill earlier program which allowed

many cake-cutting ceremoniesto soon appear at NAS Jax ina enlisted men to request:

accommodate some 2,800 Marines new type of working jacket and j : early release so that they may;

their ladies and guests. cap.A enter the Fall"term in college.

The NAS Officers Club, appro- new blue working jacket and F Ar'Art Now personnel may request!
cloth with visor, is authorizedas
priately decorated by the Marine cap
y.,, early separation to enter college
Corps Officers Wives Club, will optional articles of uniformfor /
be the scene of a buffet dinner male officers and enlistedmen. .. for the Spring term j
and dance from 1830 until mid The cap will be made of the ia The information, promulgatedin
night. A special greeting will be same material as the jacket, ski BuPers Instruction 1910.12,
extended by Rear Adm. Delbert type, with visor t outines the necessary require

'S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet'(i Lt. M. Duca, officer in chargeof I ments to be eligible for early re
Air Jacksonville. Lt. Col. Frank'I clothing and small stores, revealed iIoi. lease. An individual desiring to( ._
R. Porter, commanding of ft. that some of the new jack : capitalize on this opportunity,
cer of the Marine Aviation De- ets have already been received t\i/ must originate a letter to Bu
tachment at NATTCenter, will and what little stock received has Pers via his commanding officer.

officiate at the cake cutting at been quickly depleted, due to the .. .. .. ,
2015. Music will be furnished by popularity' the new issue. TOE LETTER MUST include,

the Jax Navy orchestra.No Stocks of the new work jacket as an enclosure, a notificationfrom
One Left Out currently being received sell for an appropriate college or
Enlisted personnel of the NAS $7.50 per jacket. Delivery of the university official, stating that
Marine Barracks will join with new work caps, which will sell the applicant has been acceptedfor

those of the Marine Corps Re- for .50 cents each, is expected t6 $>> entrance in a specific semester -
cruiting Unit, celebrating the big start sometime after the first of JACKET-Robert store ; or quarter. A confirmationthat
day with a buffet dinner and the year, Lt. Duca declared.. keeper first class, attached to NAS Small Stores\models the new the applicant's transcript of
dance at the Chief Petty Officers Appropriate changes authoriz working jacket recently authorized by the Navy Department. records from pther schools is acceptable
Club from 2000 to 2400 Lt. CoL ing the wearing of the new type When not buttoned, the blue jacket is opened to any desired and the latest date on
David Foos, commanding officerof clothing are being made by the length by zipper control. It also has ample-sized slanted pockets.A which the applicant may register
ti Barracks, will cut the cakeat Navy's Department of Clothingand new working cap been with authorized.visor, made of same material as the must also be noted in the enclosure ti
the jacket, has also
2100, and music will be fur- Small Stores.WEATHER i

nished by Chuck Connor's or (Honor War Dead Other factors determining tho
chestra. About 175 are expectedhere. OUTLOOK
applicant's eligibility are that the
Friday Partly cloudy with requested school must be a recognized
A big enlisted ball for 1100 stu possible showers. Navy Marine Units EyeVeteran's institution of higher .

dents of the NATTCenter Marine Saturday Cooler and partly education as outlined in BuPers

Aviation Detachment, will be cloudy. ; Instruction 1910.12. Early separation -
held in the Mainside Gymnasiumfrom Sunday Continue( cool and Day ParadesNavy will not be authorized for

2000 until midnight About cloudy skies.Statio1l. attendance at night school, part .
800 Jacksonville girls will be I
guests of the Marines. Music for and Marine Corps personnel in the area will join courses: i

the ball will be furnished by Observes with Army, Air Force, Coast Guard units, veterans' units, a hobby, and the like.
Jimmy Butler's Band, and Colonel patriotic organizations and other groups in participation inVeterans' j
i j.
Porter will cut the cake at Holiday FridayFriday Day parades Friday in Jacksonville and at Jack i
2100. sonville Beach.In IN NO CASE WILL the data
November 11 is Vet of early separation be more than
Part-Holiday For StudentsAn all, there will be 120 separ-
the day as Veterans Day. 30 days prior to normal
erans Day and will be observedas separation *
units in the
extra birthday gift in the ate marching parades,
a legal holiday at NAS Jax. REPRESENTING LOCAL commands date, and within that 30 day
form the highlight the day set asideto
of a half-holiday has been
All civilian and military per- will be two platoons of 88 imitation, not earlier than 10 '
tribute to veterans of all
granted student schools pay
as sonnel will have the day off, men each, one Navy and one lays prior to. latest ..registration
November 11 formerly
close .
at 1400.Noncommissioned wars. was
with the exception of duty and Act of Marine Corps personnel, df the date required at the college of
Armistice Day until an
,officers of
maintenance sections. NAS Jax Emergency Ground De- application.
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) Congress in June 1954 proclaimedNAS fense Force; two 50-men marching

units from NATTCenter, one I,
As Private Account composed of Navymen, one of Blue Angels Next

I Local BlooodD nor Program Is Unique I of tion Marines 40 Detachment NATTCenter from the; a marching Marine Waves;Avia-unit and On The Jax"Blue: Angels"TV Show will be

.f the 18-piece Navy Band repre- the subject of
The account maintained by an Armed Forces Blood Donor or locally based commands, senting Fleet Air Jacksonville. 'This Is Your Monday'slocal
the Jacksonville Navy with Center was maintained in the and their dependents, and to all The Naval Air Reserve Train- Navy"television
the Blood Bank of Jackson.. Dispensary, the present account federal employees aboard the ing unit will enter a float. program.
ville benefitting both militaryand differs in that it is no longer op Station, and their dependents. In addition to previously men- Comdr. Robert A. Clarke,
civil service erated in connection with the the second leader of the "D1ueAngels"
personnel on IT'S SUCCESS still depends tioned marching units from NAT-
an equal basis, is unique within American Red Cross, nor is any upon blood donations by those TCenter, a 50-man marching unit will appear as special
the Naval establishment shipped out of Jacksonville for guest. He will present interesting *
who stand to benefit when the of Navymen and a 50-man march
according to Capt. Warren E. processing into plasma. sidelights on their 1
need arises. Blood transfusions ing unit from MAD, as well as a -
Klein, senior NAS medical officer. INSTEAD, IT is operated asa today are required by doctors color guard, will participate in fabulous The program history. is telecast i
private account between the with much greater frequency than the Jacksonville Beach Veterans j
Monday evening at 1930
Basically a continuation of the local Navy and ,city blood bank, ever.before due to advancementsin Day Parade.An every WJHP-Television Channel .)
over ( *
joint military-civilian account set to provide blood to all active duty medical science. The savings impressive moment in the 36).
up during; the Korean War. when military personnel attached to (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)


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: Published every Thursday tor Navy and Harlot activities at Naval Air It-KtlMl *4 llaillM',;, 'ql '/h/ //to /h'1.R
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NAL Jseks.sW .&.ore .. Ifh a. I II I
Capt. William S. Harrlk ._.,......._..._.,.... .. Commanding Officer IS-) fcf, __, a
t. Comdr. John N. Myers _.,_._,. Executive: Officer: The patrons of the Navy Ex- 1I-lwuIN""J"hrbl It' rM V /; Jf: : V.h -
rioet Air kH..tU. Vhn V"h
their money n '
change urged to buy
are (
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornell ender ftccuuntIt JJ 11 Jf :io It
CapL lUchard O Green .- diet of Stall Christmas toys early so as to U-t'a,,,. I"tulaMAirIM 'l'/t'h ;a
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Fleet Air \\lK Eleven If.
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ____ ____.- __ _____??_ ____ Commander have a good selection before the -Shallow VkMtl,. : is 'l./ n jt
Frank I). _, ,. J"A /
Comdr. lltyer Chief Staff Otflctr fast sellers are gone. t..IT..r" .
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U-l'rfo.llkJft tv V41 If'
Naval Air Tee aleal Tral l c en.erpt.
Ca Henry C. DeLonr ... Commanding Officer The big shopping rush will not 15-A state labor. ) Vh _
I Comdr. Edward W. Bishop .. Executive. Otflccr wait until the last minute. Many U-tU.ctt'1 I-Ile: mirtaken vt / .... ?t t'h /.h 'f1
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I Capt. Benjamin N. AM Commanding Officer Navy people have already bought Si-lrrrk The: Keif/tit)' 'h 50 S. /. sa 51 ;r
I Capt. L. A. Newton Executlvi Officer their Christmas toys and others 24eRatly.2a .', : /h

I Capt. Wilson R. Barttett N&BTU- Commandfwf Officer will do their buying this month ..*...nl"6""',rk'\\.0 ss :;. / 5. 4T .)' /;: sy II
Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenbaeen Executive Offlctr /.h
I and during the first week of De- :..-fabric' ;iter'K //0" : : : b2 11ftlllW'UI'tI \
I The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the O. 5. Naval Air Station cember. .. ) _
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-anproprtatea funds tt! KzIet: ("If 66 -
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at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. With leave periods commencing U-I"'M&I"t//
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the 44-I'bu. .
and around the middle of December -Hymbol for -w..rr h.- ---
I Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit the
U. S. Naval HocDltaLSen and with Navy customersnow n-IIIIMlnU.rUlh..uUlft GOWN ItON10 31--Federalo a'ep
'Ice Information Officer Lt. Ted Morgan 1aftt fabbr')
using the lay-away'plan, the t-l'ortlt'O 31 chastise.slowly 441nhrey
4"-1..Uie" tdris.ta -
Editor-Andrew 11. Flawy : 4J-C
Ass't F.dltor-Beda Moore: Staff portf'rs-.Jark Holmes, Fill; Marion rush for toys will come well f2-01..tnact: I-Tntonlc deity II-Roman tronst 42FinlhSlmlut
Cracraft JG3; Nancy Ward. JOSN: ; Joe Garzlllt YN2. ahead of Christmas Eve. ::'-,. ,' fur J-Frult "M JI-It-ConJuIICUOQ\otillnc 45CandlelaJana
The SAX AIR NEWS I.! a member of the Armed Force Press Service. .r 4-FooOt'III 12 setae 4I-Aerlform suldRiver
AFPS material appearing In this publication be reprinted without Navy Exchange Officer, Lcdr. ;- 'a, 24-111.4-1 4So-Petl
) the written permission I of Armed Forces Press l.1r.t"Republication or other Franklin Burkh'ead states: 'To 1'-11... III lIme Siberia 27-Collection er ttj.ra: n (p1.)
matter except by service publications, U prohibited 'without permission Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. carry over an inventory of toys (("(>llucl,) A owarddth.ls U-Smal1 -bouquets "ISImitatedrnStern )
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions into next is* sheltered side It-80ft toolr e42Rartrrrd
an we
year expense II-Ordln.ne.
8346. 216 and 8164.Kill 5-Steeple aG-laaacu
r cannot afford; therefore we are II 4-.'.t h".,. I-Babylonia. a1-Obsenej dI81xnumber c nom&1\
:1i-t4I1h't; !
planning to 'sell out of toys before -Vail 21'rettx: .OW"

Yourself Christmas and avoid this
Quietly-Please .
expense." (Answer on Pace I, CoU 5)) .

Lots of people observe a holiday by staying at lie also points out that seven
home and relaxing. Lots of people invite the neighborsover Toylands are in operation this SAFETYBox Women Organize

for a party. year at the following places: (1))

Mainside Toyland, Building 954, Score Garden Circle
Lots of people observe a holiday, such as Veterans above the Country Store; ((2) Naval

Day (formerly Armistice Day), by staying at home and Air Technical Training Cen Disabling injuries Through

reflecting on the meaning of the holiday. Lots of people ter; ((3)) Naval Hospital; ((4) NAS Tuesday, Nov. 8 Aboard StationA

invite the neighbors over for a party. Some take to the Cecil Field; ((5)) NAS Green Cove This Month 1 Nayal Air Station Garden

golf course and the picnic grounds. Springs; ((6)) NAAS Mayport; and This Year 20 Circle has been organized for

devised to (7) NAAS Glynco, Ga. If a good Days Since Last officers' wives
Some people, though, have a new sport under the leader
celebrate a holiday-they run into each other in fast item has sold, out ,at one store, LostTime Accident 2 ship of Mrs. James J. McKinstry.

automobiles. Most people who do this get a big bang visit one of the others. The group will be affiliated

out of it-unfortunately they also get a wooden over- "'/0'r": ";" ,.,,:,,,:. Ii!; with the Garden Club of Jacksonville
coat. which, with a membershipof
':" 'L't:; ,,:',:' :- C "" 3,000, claims to be the largest
If you want,to go out and kill yourself, that's up to '. "
club in the United States.
you 1 But you're being terribly selfish-you're creatingan ii,,:., : t.'Is t. .' )
awful lot of nasty work for the police. Then they :>" : Mrs. Ira J. Varnedoe of the

like decent citizen should- L Garden Club of Jacksonville, nationally
can't spend the holiday a
they have to spend it hauling away bloody heaps of t1' f (:&t : accredited flower show
human flesh.If :: '1 judge and the only nationally accredited
/ ;, instructor in this dis-
you enjoy driving like a maniac, all right, but trict, will sponsor the NAS Gar.

please be considerate. Drive your car over a cliff and ,; ; den Circle. She will present the

don't clutter up the highways with your mangled corpse. program for the next meeting on
That way the police can take it easy over the holidayand t November 18.

recover your ,remains at leisure. I WITH AID IN organizationfrom

.-' It's always the "other guy" who was at fault ;i ; Mrs. Jack Dunlap, member

that's what most of the people whom the police cart ship chairman of the Jackson

away say before they pass on. Laws of mathematicswill ville Garden Club, the new group
tell you that at this rate we shall soon run out of will hold regular meetings at

"other guys." The graveyards are so crowded with 0930 on the third Friday of each

"other guys" To someone else, you are the "other month at the Officers' Club. Each
guy." meeting will begin with a no-host

If you are the kind who drives carelessly on holi- i is coffee.
day weekends, then this editorial will have no effect on The following officers were
you. But we do have a request please just go off elected: Mrs. James McKinstry,
quietly and take poison. It wont spoil someone else'sholiday president; Mrs. It. A. Clarke first
and it's so much neater. vice president; Mrs. N. J. John
# son, second vice president; Mrs.I. .

WEEKEND TIDE sLNVENTOItLoren N. Curtis, secretary; Mrs. R. D.
Ettinger, treasurer; Mrs. W. E.
nigh Low F. Bailnet, parachute rigger first class, Klein chairman.
AM P.M AJtt. P.M. of Composite Squadron 62, points to the fire-way manifold he developed membership
on the squadron's oxygen recharge trailer. His develop- WOMEN JOINING the circle
Fri. 5:35: 5:53: 11:40: 11:48: ment gives more speed and safety in
I servicing aircraft with are eligible to attend the various
Sat. 6:21 6:37 12:25 : : .
: : : oxygen.VC62
Catholic activities at the Garden Center of
Sunday-Mass-0800,, 0000, 1000 Sun. 7:04: 7:19 1:07: Jacksonville.

St Edwards' ChapeL Man Develops New Those who are interested in
SaturdayC800.Da.iJy0830. Protestants Bldg. 804.Monday < .
j joining} the Circle should contact
November 14: Oxygen Recharge MethodNaval Mrs. Klein at extension. 374.
Sunday 0630 Mass at Hospital 1930-All Saints' Choir Re .

Chapel 1900; Instruction hearsal. aviation personnel who Winter AnnexesAE

classes Bldg. 5361. Tuesday, November IS work with oxygen owe a vote of real demon in oxygen usage, School Honors
Thursday 1900 Instruction 1900-Lutheran Instruction thanks to Loren F. Bazinet, para could get into the adapter not in
classes, Bldg. 463. Classes Chaplain Pieper, All chute rigger first class, of Com use. The time consumed while Emil Winter, AEAN, of San
Saints Chapel.1900Episcopal. changing Bernardino, Calif., was the honor
1'rotcstantThursday posite Squadron 62, at NAS Jax, was delaying
student in last week's graduatingclass
Instruction who developed a method of recharging flight operations.
November 10 from Aviation Electrician'sMate
Classes Chaplain Nickelson, Bldg.
1900-All Saints' Choir Ree 563 NATTC Chaplain's Office. faster and with oxygen systems' Bazinet started looking for a School Class A at the Training -
more safety.
hearsal. solution, and came with
up an Center.
Thursday November 17 While working with the -
Saturday, November 12 1900-All Saints' Choir Re Spen Oxygen Recharge Trailer Henry at idea which recently won the ap- Winter joined the Navy in

1000- Catechetical Instruction hearsal. VC-62, Bazinet noted that after proval of the Bureau of Aeronautics December, 1954. He will reportto

(Lutheran) for children. St. Luke's Chapel servicing the high-pressure oxy- and will soon be avail. Chase Field, Beeville, Texas,

Sunday, November 13 Sunday November IS gen systems in the Banshees and able to all Naval activities utilizing -
0800-Episcopal Communion 0930-Sunday School Nursery. Cougars, it high and low eliminated the menace of dirt.
I was. necessary to pressure, oxy. .
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. 0930-Divine Worship. change adapters on the trailer gen.
0930-Sunday School for ages 4 Tuesday November 15 before he could service the low- The chance Involves two hoursOf
through Jr. High, Bldg. 804. I 1900-Lutheran Instruction pressure system in the TV-2. Bazinet's answer to the problem work, and it can save that

0930-Service of Divine Wor- Classes, Chaplain Pieper, All (Trainer). which was a five-way manifold amount ol time almost every day
ship, Chaplain Griffin. Saints' ChapeL allows the servicing of in a busy squadron.
1100-Service of Divine Worship 1900--Episcopal Instruction Continental 1800 psL high pressure systems Comdr. W. Donald Dietz, commanding
chancing of the
and .
psi. low pressure systems VC-62, commended Baz-
Chaplain Pieper. Classes Chaplain Nickelson. Bldg. adapters submitted these fittings
1900-The United Fellowship of 563, NATTC Chaplain's Office. to a high amount of wear. Dirt alternately with no changes inet at Meritorious' ''Mast' for his
except turning a knob. This also initiative and ingenuity.




J JAX' NEW'S e" '

10 November 1955 AIR 1a''g' e Thr' e'e"

VC-62 Pair Cited For Outstanding ActsTwo CVG-17, VA-172, FAW-11, Fasion 109 t;. .!I

enlisted men from Painter, photographer's mate ed to USS Mississippi. Scouting Squodrons :
Composite Squadron 62 have second class. The commenda .Vt"1

been commended by Comdr. tion was signed by Capt. WILLIAM GATCII, aviation CVG-17 F. tf.
W. Donald Dietz, squadron electronics male third class Erickson, ATAN, and George H.
Charles B. Martell, who was One of the highest percentagesfor
commanding officer received a commendation signed advancement Inrate among Beezhold, AT AN. .
recently named commanding, A good time was enjoyed by ,;'
One cited for I
was saving.another by Capt. R. D. Hogle, com units in this area was recordedby -1'
hio cer of the Navy first all hands at the squadron party i
sailor from serious manding officer of the USS Carrier Air Group 17 which j
jury or possible death, and the guided missile weapons ship, Midway. It commended Catch bettered the 50 percent mark held last Friday night at the ...,' ,',
other for his contribution Ito American Legion Hall. .:'//1;
USS Boston for saving another sailor from when 83 men advanced out of 159 1 iPAW11'r
the development of the TerCaptain Martell commended serious injury or possible examined. I \ : :
rier missile. Painter's "Positive contribudeath while a member of a ,
CITED FOR HIS work with tion'' to the evaluation of the VC-62 detachment aboard the Among personnel of the air ;' Once again officers and men of :: : 4
the Terrier was Raymond Terrier missile" while attach Midway. group squadrons, 11 advanced to Fleet Air Wing 11 have experienced
first class; 42 to second class, and the loss of shipmates and
30 received their Initial stripe. buddies. To the families of those '

Linde CVG-17 staff recorded 100 per- men of Patrol Squadron 34, who ,
Forsyth cent with a two out of two aver I gave their lives in the perform '

ance of their duty, goes the heart
Departs Post age.Fiftythree were examined in sympathy of the entire Wing, ,

?( rv .Q VA-175, and 29 promoted; VF-171 from airman apprentice to the j'j'felt
At NurseryThe .f had 52 take tests and 25 movedup wing commander. .
and VA-172 had 27 received FAW-11 extends its welcome ..
Navy Wives Nursery Is nay:4 advancement certificates out of to Cecil M. Parker, YNCA, received '

losing its supervisor, Miss Linde 52. All squadrons were above 50 from Green Cove Springs,

Forsyth, who ha"been in chargeof percent and offers congratulations to
the Nursery for the past five George Dwyer, RMC, who reen-
VA-172 listed for another four-year hitch.
years. The "Blue Bolts" extend best {

Supervisor of the Nursery since wishes to their former skipper, Fasron ,,109 ,
1950, Miss Forsyth has accepteda Comdr. Glenn Estes Jr., and to Many names are on the list for
position with the cost research Ltjg( ) Louis Racy, as they depart the squadron ping pong tourna-
division of International Mineral for their new duty assignments. ment to commence this week.

and Chemical Corp.' of Chicago, Comdr. Estes is leaving for a tour Dean Barnett, SN, is the favorite V
Illinois. of duty as air boss aboard the to take the first prize. .

Mrs. Nan Bingenheimer, super USS Boxer, while Ltjg( ) Racy With the oncoming annual Ad- 1
visor of the nursery at Cumber- will be stationed at the Naval ministration inspection scheduled .

land Road Housing will succeedthe Examining Center, Great Lakes, November 29, all offices and -r

departing supervisor. Ill. shops are steadily .getting in peak
The squadron extends its heartiest
HAVING LIVED in Germanyuntil BIDS GOODBYE-LInde Forsyth, supervisor of the Navy condition. The inspection will be '
1948, and educated in Frank- Wives Nursery for the past five years, bids a quiet goodbye to a congratulations to the 27 men held by FAW-11. f. '
furt and Hamburg, Miss Forsyth group of klndergartners. Miss Forsyth departs next week. Her who have been advanced in rate The squadron had two men dis- .
little admirers are (left to right) John Kozain, Mary Moran Gail this month. Those who achieved charged last week. They were ,
served for two years in the medi- Mansel, Linda Curtis, Stevie Keegan, Roger Timm, and Melanie first class rates are A. R. Nelson
cal branch of the German Air Foos.Screamin'Demons. Robert D. DAVIS, AT2, and Liuis ;
and L. P. King. The followingmen L '
Prentice AT3. .
Corps during WWIL She also .
served as an interpreter for the !: were advanced to second
of VF-171 Post
American headquarters battalionof class: M. M. Breskiewicz, C. W. "
Cook, S. Dudokovich, J. W. Ed-
the military government. In Safety Record During Cruise ward, E. F. Faudree, J. Minors, I
1948 she came to Atlanta, Ga. I
R. V. Paquette, D. C. Spera, R.

"Although- I am looking- for- i Flying often under all weather conditions both day and night, E. _Vayette, G. E. Anderson, R.
ward to a busy, inspired life in A. Birkenfeld, J. L. Conner, R. T.
failed to keep "Screamin' Demons" of VF-171 from claimingone
this new position, I do not like J. H. N. N.
I of the most impressive safety records ever logged by a Fleet Coughlin, ,
to leave my very good friendsin Mediterranean cruise. Mondahl, C, H. Brown, V. W Have you beard the latest
Air Jacksonville squadron during a ,
Jacksonville said Miss For-
Roehrle. "scoop? Ralph Marterie's band "
A Air
unit of Carrier Group
syth, who as an association member it all possible.It Congratulations are also in famous for playing at college
of the Navy Wives Club, 17, the squadron returned home wasn't all hard work and order for Earl R. Smith ADI, proms will give forth with some
recently from the carrier USS
served last year as chairman of long hours for the Screamin' who reenlisted for six years. of his versatile ballroom musicon
Coral Sea where her pilots log.
the national committee. Demons. The officers and men en. Members of VA-1'2 welcome Nov. 15 at the Mainslde gyms
ged more than 1,800 flying hours
AFTER FIVE years at the Nur- and recorded some 1,100 carrier joyed'liberty in 12 ports and visited aboard the following: Francis J. Get out that No. 1 frock and

sery, Miss Forsyth has seen that landings- all without a single seven European countries. Rozwadowski, A A, John D. dancing shoes and plan to attend
unit grow from a sparsely equip- landing accident. Outstanding conduct was add- Schultz AA; Melvin D. Orr, AA; the dance. You'll trip, the light ,
ped baby-sitting type of care to ed to the squadron's record. No Richard G. Feltman, AA; JohnA. fantastic to Marterie'a dreamy
the present, modern center which Of this number nearly 150 shore patrol reports were received Neuenfeldt, AA; Charles R. renditions. ,
offers the best in child development were made at night. Led by their on any member duringthe Zebell, AA; Allan J. Stoll, AA; M
With a push.button" commanding officer, Lcdr. Robert entire cruise. James O.Martin, AA; Andrew N. The Crockerjax basketball team e\ .
.L _F.. Rharral; nine! pilots! chalked
kitchen, an automatic -equippedlaundry suffered quite a. case of nervous f'
and the latest in up more than 100 carrier .
play tension on the trip to Eglin Air :
equipment, the Nursery takes months landings each during the six Two Former Pilots Now Wearing I Force base Lust Sunday. The i
care of from 250 to 300 children period. Waves were ridingsmoothly to- ;
per day. The squadron traveled more Chaplain's Cross On Sleeve ward the base with not a care in )

I I By offering this service to (than 47,000 miles and was the world when the bus came to a !!
This is the second of three
I civilian mothers who work and the only jet squadron to qualify ( groups: in Japan during the Korean dead halt. .
I both day and night aboard the articles on Chaplains at NATT- i
to service mothers who for various conflict. While bus drivers Bob Yonas!
[ reasons need child care, the Coral Sea. Vl-l71 pilots am- Center who on Sunday, November and Zeke Lindmcyer. searched ;
I Nursery school fills a double mis. assed a total of nearly 200 27, celebrate the anniversary From enlisted man to Navy frantically for the trouble, the gals
I sion to the station, the supervisor hours of night flying under all of the founding of the Navy'sChaplain Chaplain marks the career of Lt. stared at their clocks. After the j<

pointed out. weather conditions, thus providing Corps. Today's articlestell Jay V. Nickelson, Episcopalian exploratory operation and repair, ]

That over 10,000 diapers are night combat air patrol of two former Naval aviators Chaplain at NATTCenter.Born the bus did not run like an express,
used during the month (furnishedfree and radar interception flights. who are now Chaplains). in Atlanta but it did faithfully chug into.

by Rock-a-bye) is an indica- During Operation "Carte With a Chaplain's cross on his Chaplain Eglin at the terrific speed of 25 I',
tion of the "big business" at the blanche" one of several NATO sleeves and a Naval aviator's s.r4 mph-Just 30 minutes late. t
Nursery. At present 21 persons operations, the squadron flew wings on his breast, Lt. Gordon Nickelson entered Personnel at Barracks 723 are \'
are employed. around the clock for 96 hours Griffin, has served both as a the Navy firm believers of marriage as a

A BRANCH OF THIS Nursery and also made extended flightsover fighter and a Man of God in the in June, 1942, wonderful Institution. Last Friday

service is set up on Monday, The European continent." Navy. under the college night four of the Barracks occu

Wednesday, and Friday at the Fighter Squadron 117'" proud OriginalGriffin training pants turned out in full force to
Naval Hospital out-patient clinicto record is equally shared by the ly commissioned programfor say, "I do." New brides are Jean

serve mothers whose children ground crewmen whose diligenceand Y". S as a Naval enlistedmen Healer, Karleen Rawlin, Clara Os-
must accompany them to the cli- untiring efforts help make .w \t .L and then I burn, and Mary Royster. :
aviator with Nickelson went to Pensa- '
nic. Two paid attendants ,keep V ,
this Nursery open from 0900 to Electronics Saves WaterThe more than 1500 cola under the Aviation Cadet Latest reports show that business !- >

1500. i Navy expects to cut-its wa- hours as a Program. He received his wingsin in the Waves' lounge is pickIng +{

"Medical care for the Nurseryhas ter bill by $160,000 a year by us- flight instructor April, 1945. up. The straight dope is that y
at'Mem.- "To receive duty in Jackson. the lounge is an Ideal place for ;
been of the best, declared ing an electronic control that reduces you .
Miss Forsyth. "Naturally our the amount of water con- phis Tenn., he vile he said, "is like returning and your date to have fun. Table

proximity to the NATTC Dispen- sumed during dental treatment. entered the I home. I was an instructor in an games, ping pong, dancing, and
sary is a great advantage, and 4 I ministry after i instrumental squadron at Cecil refreshments are always available .
: the medical officers have been Pilot, just after tailspin: "I'll WWII and completed college at I Field during the late part of for you and your guests. ,
more than cooperative." bet 50 percent of the people down Memphis State and Baptist Seminary World War II:' .

, Hours for the nursery are: there thought we were going to at New Orleans, La. I Recalled to active duty in 1952 Sorry, our mistake. We .neg.

f Monday 0645, to 1800; Tuesday be killed." When the Korean situation became he was Chaplain Of Destroyer lected to'mention one of the newly

; through, Friday 0645 to 2400; Student Pilot: "Yes, sir!' and acute he was recalled to I Squadron 34 in the North Pacific advanced Waves-Dottle' Young& ,
I Saturday 0700 to'0200; Sunday fifty percent of the people up active duty. and Mediterranean and off who wilK become Aviation 'Store
I 0345: to 2230. here thought so too." He served with Marine aviation Korea in the Far East.. keeper third class next Tuesday.J .



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10 November I
Pogo "rour"From _u_ JAX AIR .NEWS.- .. 1955

: ,
, J '

)t' j .5+ < Thursday Dingo Is evening being played once again every,

1 t. I much to the
I delight of both "old<
, t t 1 faithfuls" and many new play.

. I 4 ers.The

; snack bar i is in full swing
the halls of Montezuma ,
serving home made sandwiches
I to the shores of and ,
Tripoli" especially
pastries, cakes, coffee, and favorite ..
for those who work and beverages.

study with us here a rousing Navy Wives Club will lose a
Happy Birthday to the United friend when Linde Forsyth

States Marines! d a leaves us. For the past five year

History of the United States Linde has been the competent

Marine Corps: Of course this is supervisor of the Nursery. All

a "must" for every Marine. It is who have been closely associated

also recommended for every with her realize how great the

American whose blood tingles 1 1t loss will be. Her personal con-

with sincere patriotic fervor in cern for the, improvement and
knowledge of the deeds which a success of the Nursery has madeit

have built faith in our way of t SS : S. 5q one of the most outstandingin

life.Fix the country. Opportunity has
Bayonets!: The story of the knocked, however, and Linde
Marines in World War I. feels that she must open the door

U. S. Marines and Amphibious to new horizons.
I War: Analysis of the tactical, logistical SINGING WAVES-They sing as they march to classes at NATTCenter, these Waves who attend 1 t
Airman Preparatory School. Left to right are Rosemary Penn, Almeda Vivian, Frieda Harris :
and strategical problemsin Dawn Hart, Ruth Henson and Joan .Navy Wives will always keep
Anne Entwhlstle, Mary Slack, June Vanek, Virginia James, I
the Pacific where the develop- English. A tape recording of the girls singing has been made for a radio program for Navy recruit- a very special place in their
ment of the doctrine of amphibious Ing and will be re-broadcast on home town stations from coast to coast. hearts for Linde. We all look forward -

war, as developed by the: to the luncheon in the
Marines between the two wars, Lamp Post Room at the Seminole -
NX Service PO Rates
105 At Center Garner
was applied with amazing effectiveness Hotel, Nov. 12, where all

A total of 105 enlisted men the Education & Information. members personally can wish
Marine Aviation in the Philip Station Offers received petty officer promo- Office. her "bon voyage."

pines: One of several volumes, tions effective November 16, Not-New Shop announces anew
well illustrated and succinctly Added Services at the Naval Air Technical Promotions included 40 to service for, its customers. It
written for good.reading and fac- Training Center according to first class, 30 to second class will take furniture of all kindsto

tual knowledge. Are you tired of the pay day figures released this week by and 35 to third class. sell with a small percentage of
Guadalcanal Diary: Publishedin : nrofit for the shop. Mrs. Ruth
-- -
traffic jam at the Navy Exchange -
1943, this is one of the first Daniels l chairman i : reports that
of the books which continue to Service Station? VP-5 Ends Life In This she has a good stock of clothingfor

be in demand. A personal account Something is being done to relieve all ages, from infants to

which covers the preparations, this conges on. Installationof Test PhaseThe Navy' Contest adults. Every Tuesday the dooris

the landing and the occupationas new equipment, new servicearea open for brows-ins at the Not-

well as the defense of that im- and the relocation of gaso- cycle of inspections and Announced New Shop, located next to the
portant little strip of land. bank. Mainside.
line is presently in at
pumps prog- examinations imposed by Fleet Bureau of Personnel has an-
Battle Cry: The which When the .
story ress. completed, new
Air Wing 11 to rate the readinessof nounced a new contest in whichall
has thrilled every reader. We facilities will enable the Navy Three members of the Navy
Patrol Sqaudron 5 for its De- hands and dependents are eli-
mention it in this list only be- Exchange to offer its customersa Wives Club have 'completed the
cember to Port gible to participate for awards.
deployment Lyau-
cause you want to read it again speedier, more complete serv- Gray Lady course at the Naval
we are sure every man and tey, French Morocco, was climax. Called "Life In This Navy," the Hospital. Graduation of the groupof

most of the women on this station ice.The gasoline dispensing area ed this week with the annual contest is one where personnel 30 women was followed by a

have read it. will sell gasoline only. The new Operational Readiness Inspection. write of their own experiences, luncheon at the Officers' Club
The ORI, which, in reality, be- showing an appealing or humorous Graduates Phyllis
Calvary of the Sky: "The storyof service area will provide all free I yesterday. are
U. S. Marine combat helicop- services such as windshield cleaning gan some weeks ago with thesquadron's sidelight on life in the Navy. Blessinger, Corrine Aston, and

ters" and their feats in the Korean and oil, water and air check- participation in a Deadline for entries is March 1, Kay Bortthof.
War. ing. This will enable these per- grades anti-submarine exercise, 1956. On Nov. 4, Post 88 welcomed

The Old Breed: Story of the sons, who want nothing but gas- reached a crescendo on the 3rd Here are the rules: the NAS Cecil Field Navy Wives
and 4th
November with nine
First Marine Division. Come in oline, to hurry on their way., If Of the 1. Be true and unpublished Club as guests.
12 air
and see the histories of other you want the "works" after leav- squadron's combat and from the contributors' own Polly Lawrence, activities

divisions, if :you've: already read ing the gasoline area, just drive crews problems subjected to actual battle experience; 2. Not to exceed 250 chairman, assisted by cochairman -
posed by combat-sea-
this one. into the service area. soned observers from the Fleet words; 3. be typewritten; 4. Showan Corrine Aston, are busily

The New Breed: The story of The new project is expected to Air Wing Eleven staff. appealing or humorous side- planning the preThanksgivingdinner
the men who fought and won be completed by January 1, 1956. light on life in the Navy; 5. De for husbands.
battles in "that dreadful win- entered by March 1, 1956. I Dates for Navy Wives to re

ter, spring and summer of 1950- Entries may be submitted to member: Nov. 10, 'Bingo at 2000

51 in Korea." Top-Notch Marterie Band Chief of Naval Personnel, (Pers. at Navy Wives clubhouse; Nov.
12, Luncheon at 1200 for Linde
This Is War!: Photographs and GS-11), Washington 25, D. C.
Hotel Lamp
Forsyth-Seminole ,
text of the Korean front-line .

action.the statement Sherman that is "War credited is hell"with. To Appear Here Nov. 15Ralph BC-BS Payments 'Duc Post Dance Room at 2000; CPO; Nov.Armistice 13, Fleet Day

Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy Reserve Dmce-2030; Nov. 19,
These photographs will not disprove -
it- but-will- emphasize the Marterie and his DownBeat I holders are reminded that pay Navy Wives pre-Thanksgiving
The Marterie ments are due November 1-15. Dinner-1000.
group, featuring
orchestra selected as the
bravery, the sadness and the .
of most popular dance band byAmerica's vocalists Bill Walters will play .......... ..
background glory ;
gory their famous :: ;' ;
million record i.
sell- fi'
Marine volume Corps Wife: A friendly, his first appearance collegians at, will NAS make Jack- ers, Pretend; Caravan; Crazy, LIA t; .
helpful highly recom-
Man, Crazy Skokiaan
; and Blue
sonville when he for ;
mended,for brides, wives and plays a Mirage.
crew's dance November
husbands, too. I Tuesday,
115 at Mainside Gymnasium. Dancing begins at 2000 and all

Reckless, Pride of the Marines: I .. .. .-'w'.. ._ .. .....w",. ::;.8: hands are invited. Civilian dress
Keep an eye on this column for t > a
may be worn-coat and tie for
the time when this new book
men and appropriate informal attire -
which we know full well every
:for women.
one will want to read. :
The Marterie band boasts the

GC :Medals AwardedTo remarkable distinction, despitethe
youthfulness of its leader, of
Four At Mast\
__ having more hit records behind
Four Good Conduct Medals it than any band in America.A .

were awarded NATTCenter.per- real virtuoso of the trumpet,
sonnel at meritorious mast by Marterie has been collecting hon-
Capt. Henry C. DeLong, com- with
ors increasing tempo. By actual -
manding officer. : I I IW vote of class bands and

Receiving them were Allen :. dance committees conducted at

McCrosky, AE1, Naval Air Weapons .4 ,'ri ;fk colleges by Down Beat magazine,
System School; John Fis- Marterie won the title as top

,cher, GF1, Naval Air Weapons band leader. Victory in the poll .. _____H

'System School; James Kidd, A03, entitles the band to be billed as TRAINING ADMIRAL GREETED On his first visit last
i Aviation Ordnanceman School "Ralph Marterie and His Down Wednesday to the Naval Air Technical Training: Center as the
;Class B; and Ernest Lane, AEC, Beat" orchestra.' He has also been new Chief of Naval Air Technical Training, Rear ,Adm.i'rankAkers
.A via t,1 o n Electrician's] ;Mate -- selected as America's No. 1 band (center) is greeted by Rear Adm. Delbert S. .Cornwell
i school, I Ralph ""Marterie by CashBox magazine.. (right), Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Capt. henry C.
UeLong (left), commanding officer of the Training Center.'



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10 November, 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page FiveLeading
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Chief FAWTU AbleRecords Largest Grad Class

Due At AGO Shchool

At Exchange Good The largest graduating class,

167 Ensigns, will leave Avia-

Closes CareerFrederick tion Ground Officers School
Score In Exams
Friday, November 18, with

N Johnson, Chief The men of, Fleet All Weather graduation ceremonies plan-
Ship's Serviceman and leading ned for 1000 in King Hall
Unit Detachment Able
Training ,
thief at the NAS Navy Exchange, ..1 really get serious (as all good auditorium.The .
received the best wishes of Capt. final group to board the
Navy men should) about their ex-
William S. Harris, commanding I aminations, as results reflected in training ship the light carrier

officers of the Station, when he USS Saipan at Pensacola, was
the show
was retired to civilian life after ;, August exams scheduled to leaye November
The records show that of the
15 returning two days later.
24 years of active duty. ,
I 23 men who participated in the
His retirement orders were read third class petty officers exams,

by Capt. Harris in a brief cere- __ 78 per cent, or 18 passed the tests 32 At PW
in the latter's office
held 1
mony and 17 were authorized to be advanced

last Wednesday. Johnson has in rate. One man was not

been in charge of the Navy Exchange authorized due to rate limitation.In Given Pins
Laundry since' reportinghere J. I
second class exams seven men
for duty from Guam. For Service
participated with five passing and
Enlisting in Kansas City, Mo.,
authorized to be advanced. showIng i Thirty-two employees of the .
in 1931, Johnson has served at successful
'I SPs INSPECTED Ltk( ) 71 per cent of the men Public Works Department have
NSD Guam NAS Bermuda NC- I
; ;
I Albert Schoelhammer, Cleft), !received pins and certificates denoting .
BC Port Hueneme, Calif., and officer in charge of the Shore I
Shore Patrol EXAMINATIONS for first class 15 and 10 years federal
aboard' the USS''' Mt. McKinley, Patrol, points out to Capt. William -
proved a bit rough, as 12 men participated service.
S. Harris, commanding of
USS Iowa, USS Cleveland, USS
with only three passing, Ten-year awards went to 15,
and USS Tennessee.
Philadelphia, covered
Praised AtInspection two of which were authorized for
while 17 others were recognizedfor
During World War II he
In Jacksonville and Jacksonville advancement. Twenty-five percent
served in both the Atlantic. and Beach. Captain Harris in- five years service. *
of the men who took the exam Receiving 10-year pins were
Pacific Theatres, and participatedin petted the Shore Patrol and its
the North Africa invasion. In headquarters facilities last passed, and 17 per cent were auth Mark Small, Walter Watson, Benjamin -

Thursday. orized to be advanced. i Moody, Harold Frisbie,
the Korean War he participatedin
Lt (jg) R. L. Nunn, education Schley Williamson, Claude Mc-
the Po Nang Dung, Inachone Everything ship-shape and
Sees All
ShipsAtomPowered officer, said that of the 100 person Kelvey, Hezekia Weeks, John
and Wangon invasions. all hands doing a fine job.That's .
nel aboard the unit at the time of Freeman, Clifford Dozier, Harriet
lie the Good Conduct the way Capt. WilliamS.
wears exams, a total of' 42
participatedin Wallace, Herbert Wilson, Al-
Medal (five stars); American Defense -I Harris, commanding officer of Rear Adm. H. G. Rickover, top all three of the ratings with an bert Cook, John Elliot, William
American Theatre WWII : the Naval Air Station, found the atomic has
; ; submarine expert,
average of 64 per cent passing, I Douglas and John Eckels.
Victory; Asiatic-Pacific (seven I Shore Patrol in Jacksonville dur- predicted that by the 1960s, all and 60 per cent being authorized Five -year personnel include

stars); European Theatre (seven ing an inspection of the unit last projected Navy ships will be advancement. Benny Alderman, Leo Sheperd,

stars); Korean (three stars); I Thursday.It atomic powered. THERE WERE 34 other enlisted Richard Loftin, Richard Wilkes,

United Nations; and Navy Unit was the first inspection of a Admiral Rickover, who is chiefof personnel holding first class ratIngs Sheldon Thompson, Earnice Hid-

Citation ribbons. unit under Captain HarrIs' command the Atomic Energy Commis who could not go up for ges, George Eubanks, Golbert

since his arrival here last I sion's Naval Reactor Branch and exams for chief petty officer be- Taylor, Edward Shoemaker, John

Use month. assistant chief of the Navy's Bureau cause the specific rates, headed by Stephens, Ernest Johnson, Cleveland

e S I of Ships for nuclear pro- chief aviation machinist mate, Pierce, George Hunt, Clar

After being greeted by Ltjg( ) pulsion, made the .announcementin were not open. ence Johnson, James Sumpter, '

Albert Shoelhammer, officer-in- a recent address in San Fran- Ltjg( ) Nunn declared that Hope Mills-Price, Raymond Po-

charge, Captain Harris reviewedthe cisco. He also announced that the great interest among the enlisted i

FROM men in ranks, following Navy plans to power its new I personnel is now showing through lak.Civil .
SALT which he read a letter of com- giant subs with two atomic en- voluntarily working of sjudy Service

HERE AND THERE mendation awarded to Robert gines. courses for a high school diploma.

Hamilton, chief aviation ord-
Lieutenant: The Wave who .....,. Lists VacanciesVacancies
in : : :!':
nanceman, petty officer chargeof :: :. !;: ::::::. .' :>
sneaked out of the barracks last :
the Jacksonville Beach Shore in critical positions

night and met the sailor over by Patrol. y-.. :.::' ;J:' ,:': have been announced by the Bu-
that :
tree will step forward Er
of Aeronautics
reau Departmentof
Hamilton was cited by Capt. ,
.uh. James H. Flatley, skipper of the ; ;;::1 Navy, Washington. Applicants
"Detail Halt! '
meeting the qualification
carrier USS Lake Champlain, require

for the outstanding way in ments outlined in Civil Service

Seaman's verse: which he performed his duties Handbook X-118 should submita

Here lies the Chief, during the ship's stay at May- ; Standard Form 57 to the Indus

Let him lie, port. The Champlain departed trial Relations officer at the activity -

He's found rest early in September. A : ... >, at which the vacancy ex
And so have I. \ >: s
\ \ b M r:;yb ists.The
#I Following the inspection in Ji Naval Air Station Pensa-

The young bride was asked ranks the Captain addressed the cola needs the following: general

what she thought of married life. 65-man Patrol, which,. is com- engineer, GS-801-9 at $5440 per

"Oh there's not much differ- prised of Navy and Marine en- annum; industrial engineer, GS-

ence," she replied. "I used to wait listed men in units: at Jacksonville 896-11 at $6390 per annum; aero--

up half the night for George to and the Beaches. Commending : nautical engineer GS-860.7 at

go, and now I wait up half the them on their smart appearance $4525; electronics engineer (ra

night for him to home." :A. dio), GS-855-9 at $5440.

come he said, "EverywhereI ;.._.-.t.........,fIIIt! ... .. ..-.......... .--......L.'......- Naval Air Station Quonset.
have been since I have arrived

Mother: Have a good time at here, I have heard nothing but "NOT FOR ME, LAD"-Pre paring][ to go (fo sea with a Corn- Point, R. I., has openings for
posite Squadron 62 detachment, Lawrence Brown, ADC. (left) these : aeronautical engineer
the party daughter and be a glowing reports on your appear- .
service chuckles Carl Owens
a veteran of 31 years Naval as (power plants), GS-11; electrical
good girl.Daughter. ance, behavior and performanceof AOC, one of the "younger set" 'with )Just, 29 years, handshim a engineer, GS-9 electronics
: Make up your mind, duties. Each of you shouldbe big bottle of sea-sick pills. Say s Brown, "Why, I was sea-sick ; engIneer -
mother." commended for ihe mannerin before you knew the United St,ates had a Navy" GS-9.

which you are carrying out

'. I'm They done cheat with and dames lie,! your important task one.which" is definitely an I Restless Chief, With 35 Years, Asks For Sea Duty I

They on males Following the review of ranks, -
I To the day they die. Captain Harris inspected equip- "Old sailors never die, they the Med has changed'since I was May, 1926, and had sea duty tours
there 30 years ago." So Brown aboard the old Mississippi, Lang-
to sea. Composite
They tease and torment us ment and office facilities of the just go
Squadron 62 based at NAS leaves as leading chief of a ley, and Yorktown before World
And drive us to sin, headquarters located at 350 East ,
Jax has a couple of the squadron detachment on the attack .War II. He was aboard the car
Say, look at that blonde State St. ,
'Who just ankled in! Navy's older sailors to proveit. aircraft carrier USS Ticon- rier. Hornet during the war.

The officer had only one faultto deroga, bound for the Mediter Future plans for Owens include

The farm had been mortgagedto find with the new man in his Carl Owens, chief aviation ord- ranean. "possible" retirement after he
Warren G. Harding was Presi- rounds out 30, but Chief Brown
give daughter a liberal college office lIe would not answer the nanceman, who has 29.years' ser-
dent when Brown entered the has found a home. Next
education. After the graduation telephone."You vice, is the leading chief of the
Navy in May, 1921. lie started in when his enlistment expires, he'll
exercises, Father drove the Model really must answer the outfit, but even he has to take a
the submarine service. Brown for another four
T to the station to pick her telephone when it rings, Wil- back scat to Lawrence Brown, over years,
could honestly he'd worked making it 39.
up. She crawled in beside him liams." chief aviation machinist's mate, say
from the bottom below AS BROWN preparing his
up-from was
and snuggled up close."I "Yes, sir," said the newcomer, who has been around the Navy .
Nine the seas to on the sea to over the gear for ship-board duty, Chief
have it kinda silly.
a confession to make, "but seems since 192LAFTER
sea-when he went into Naval Owens handed him some sea-sick
she whispered, "I ain't a good times out of ten it's for you.
girl any more." 1 A FEW months on this Aviation in 1925. He served in pills, saying, "Here, you better

"Oh, nooo," the father' wept, "I can't marry him, mother. job, Chief Brown got restless and I five types of squadrons and on take these."

unable to believe his ears. "After lie's an atheist and doesn't be- 'volunteered to go to sea with a I the carrier Lexington before Brown's reply was what you

all the- (sniff) -sacrifices lieve there's a Hell. detachment of VC62."Whyt" World War': II .I>During, th yourmaand'
Comdr Donald he ''was with i VP-2? In the;Southwest Chief: "Why, you rubber-sick? I
asked .
!. him dear and betweenus
: ; I m a4e (sni(f)=to give "Marry '
Dietz skipper.; Replied Pacific: : was sea-sick before you knew. the
you a, good education ., and we'llconvince him l he's squadron
you still fiay'Ain't't": 1.. j wrong." Brown, "I'd like to see how much OWENS' JOINED the Navy in I United States had a Navy!

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ge Six JAX AIR NEWS 10 November 1955

I Mainside Mural Reps Vote NARTU Claims

!J Changes In Some Regs tW r .w Amer.Fight In Keg Nat'l Title; ..

Athletic representatives of 16 Malnslde activities met Monday

in a two-hour session with intramural director Frank McCaffreyand I NARTU virtually clinched the

thrashed out rules changes and plans for the coming year. Itfainside Bowling loop' American

A number of controversialrules League title this week with two
,mine league champions and run-
to shutout victories that left them
pertaining league play- in the event of ties.
offs, Ironman Trophy points and i ners-up five full games ahead of the rest
However the voted to
of the circuit.
forfeit regulations taken
were up the intramural
wind up present
at the meeting, attended by almost football campaign under current But it was a completely different

all NAS and Fleet sports D story in the National League
rules which call for a playofffor
representatives. where unheralded
first place if necessary, and previously
THE MOST IMPORTANT development also a four-way post-season bat OomFairJax stole into the top spot

at'the ,meeting with a surprising 4-0 upset of the
saw tle for second place among the

the program members abolish second, third, fourth and fifth VP-3 Huskies, the league-leaders

post-season playoffs by an almost ranked teams. for most of the season.

unanimous vote-retaining only FOR ACTIVITIES furnishingmore 1 1g The Fair Jax quintet swept two

playoff games necessary to deter- than one team to a league, straight matches during the week

the JM group voted to allow the from FAETU and the Huskies to

team finishing lower in the complete their schedule' and move
AO Moves Into 3
standings to remain in that posi- ; into first with a 22-10 record.
tion at the end of the season in- of A.M.
Standings as Tuesday ( ),
RECORD WRECKERS-The three gentlemen above are members .
Keg Spotlight stead of pulling it out and mov of the YT-3 Huskies bowling team which recently re-wrote Nor. 8 are:

ing other clubs a notch higher the Mainside Itowliag League record book la a match with National League
With Mel Williams and Glen
toward. more Ironman Trophy NAMTD. AU three lopped the "500" series mark the first, time Teams
Won Lost Pct
Edwards rattling the pins around points. three players of one team has performed the feat this year. Left ?
above the ISO-mark to N. C. Hammond ABAN and NARTU 27 1 .96
average, Since only the activity's team right are AM; Ernie Ferraro, ;
Aviation Ordnancemen"early this Sid Paine, AOJ.Crackerjax. Communications 20 4 ..833
finishing higher in the standingsis
Electronic.l 19 5 .7i2
week NATTCenter
leading the
were -
eligible for Trophy points it
Personnel 14 14 .500
bowling league with a 1-game thought by some members : :
Supply 12 12 .500
margin over defending champion
that the lower team should be
Medics 9 11 (50
Airman School.
I removed from the final standingsand
Pill Rollers
10 l' (17
Scoring leaders; Fret,, Personnel the Trophy points given in-
Special Services: 7 11 .292
170; Daly, AN-P 164; Clegg,I stead to the next lower finishing '
AGO 164 Bottorff AK 161 Hospital 6 22 .214.
; ;
club.ANOTHER o & R 0 24 ..000Amt".rlcan
Morris Personnel 159 Burner
; CHANGE in cur-

AN-P, 158; Freeman, MarAvDet rent rules was ,made when the I League
ComFalrJu 22 10 688
157; Williams, AO, 156; DeMarco representatives voted that a team i TMi
VP--3 huskies 9..
19 .679Faaron
AGO, 154; Way, AN-P, 152; and dropping out of league .play i
6 J.9 9 .619
Edwards, AO, 15L would forfeit all games, playedor I
VC-62 1t 10 ,583VP3
W L Ave. unplayed, which would not be, Start Slow
Bombers .
13 11 :.542FAW
AO School 32 8 751 counted in the standings. ;
Gold Grits 10 14 ..0111"NAlm
AN-P School 31 9 761 Under present IM regulations,

Personnel 30 10 740 when a team forfeits its remain- Drop Two of Three Tilts FAW-ll Griffons 10 5 U 1t ,208FAETt1 (17

NavAirWeaps 23 17 703 ing scheduled contests all other

AK School 19 21 675 teams in the circuit receive cre- ... 4 20 .167

Disbursing 19 21 675 dit for a "win". With the loss of all but two of their veteran champions from .

Special Services 17 23 679 A team forfeiting 25% or more last season, hopes for the Jax Navy Waves Crackerjax basketballteam

AN-P2 School 17 23 671 of its scheduled games is auto- were at a low ebb, but after their first jaunt against service 16 Cage Teams

AGO-1 School 15 25 635 matically dropped from the league teams last weekend, their stock took a sharp rise.

AGO-2 School 13 27 665> forfeiting; its entry fee and The Crackerjax lost two of I Eye Mainside
Corry Field and Eglin Air Force
three contests on the trip to
AE School 12 28 635 200 points toward the Ironman
TabMachUnit 12 28 635 Trophy as additional penalties. Western Florida but they managed Base, she amassed a total of 51

; to roll up 123 points in so points in the three games, averaging IM League Play

doing, an' average of 41 points a 17 points a game.
Sixteen NAS and
Upsets Upset Pigskin Picks game. Along with Betty Dcno, who basketball teams will go squadron to the

scored 45, and Pat Ashcraft, who
Corry post late next week when the
Of The Fearless Three netted 21, Coach Black's forward
Although losing to Pensacola's starters seemed in good fettle. 1955-56 Mainside Intramural Bas

Last Saturday was a day of upsets in college football and Gosettes, 50-37, and Eglin Flyer- Ashcraft played in one game as ketball season opens.

Monday morning found the Jax Air News' Fearless Three aboutas cUes, 50-40, the Crackerjax salvaged guard, thereby cutting down her Court play was originally sche-

upset as anyone. the Corry Field game with scoring. duled to open Monday but was

Joe Gars lli, YN2, and Wave Nancy Ward, SN, stared silently a 46-44 victory. postponed until later in the week .

into their coffee cups, wincing occasionally at the thoughtof Coach Jim Black's outfit unearthed Two Stars Missing when playoffs; for second place

their picks on Michigan and Army, while off in one corner' a pint-sized forward in The team was handicapped in the football loop ran later

Marion Cracraft, JO2, just gnashed his teeth and tore old copiesof Ruth Bradshaw. Scamperingaround against Pensacola by the absence: than expected.

last Saturday's predictions into little bits. the courts at Pensacola, of two stellar guards Woman Basketball officials are urgently

With tongue in cheek the trio picks these "dandies". for Marine Joanie Johnson and Wave needed to referee games in

Saturday, Nov. 12: Gay Cooper, both of Airman Preparatory the circuit: ; anyone interested

VC-62 Spikers School, who couldn't should contact intramural direc-
UCLA Wash. Dartmouth Cornell
n. vs. arrive on the scene of action until tor Frank McCaffrey at Building
Tulane VI. Vanderbilt Florida vs.Tennessee
Still UnbeatenIt the second game. 930
Texas VI.TCU Harvard vs. Brown

Rice vs Texas A&M Wise.vs. Illinois. began to this week .
appear NARTU Holds Lead Over VP-3 in
Princeton vs. Yale Ohio St. vs.-Iowa that most of the teams in the

SMU vs. Arkansas Missouri vs. Kan. St. Mainside Intramural

Georgia vs. Auburn LSU vs. Miss. St. League had gone Into hiding Volleyball, be- 12-Team Mainside 'Links Loop

Boston Col vs. Bost. U. Mich. St. vs. Minn. two
cause only games were reported -
Colo Nebraska Purdue N'western NARTU clung to its 'slim.first-
VI. vs. the entire Jewel Westmoreland and Pete
during period.
place lead in the Mainside Intra
Syracuse vs. Colgate Pitts. vs.: W. Virginia
Gushanas added the
Just what produced the week ofextralight mural Golf league this week while score

GARZILLI CRACRAFT WARD activity was not known: Administration and Fasron 109 in two splits with Dyran Millard

(1.46/.587)) (%646.565)46.t71)) but league-leading VC-62 took ad- hooked up In a third place dead- I and Truman Smith of the Servke

UCLA UCLA UCLA vantage of the opportunity to lock behind second ranked V AII-11 I Squadron. Dewey Oliver was Fas-

Tulane Tulane Tulane move 3H games ahead of the circuit (VP-3)). ron's only full-point winner. John-

TCU TCU TCU with victories over NARTU Runner-up VAIM lost a half- son's 39 was the low for both

.Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M' and 0 & R by identical 15-4, 15-10 point to the league-leaders duringthe groups.

Princeton Yale Yale scores. week and fell a full game off Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.),

.. SMU Arkansas Arkansas As the league swings into its the pace. NARTU picked up four Nov. 8 are:

Auburn Auburn Auburn second week of final round play points in a (-2 decision over Fas Pts. Pts. '
Boston Cot Boston Col
Bast. the Composite Squadron appearsto ron 109 while VAIM was winning Team Won Lost Pet.
Colorado Colorado ColoradoSyracuse
be a shoo-in for the crown. 3.2 over Supply.ComFairJax NARTU 34 14 .780

Colgate Syracuse Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.), had a winning VAH-1 (VP-3) 33 15 .688
Cornell Cornell
Dartmouth Nov. 8 are: week taking two matches from Adniir 1s'Uon 28% 19 H .594
Florida Florida Florida
Teams Won Lost Pet. VC-62 and Hospital by 4-2 and Faaron 109 28 H 19 Vi .594
Harvard Harvard Harvard
VC-63 9 0 1.000 3.2% scores respectively. How- Hospital 28 20 .583
Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin '
VAIM (Vr-3)) 6 1 ..837FMTOO ever, the Fleet Air linksters still Operations 30 K 23 X .565
Ohio State Ohio State Iowa
8 5 S .625 reside in the cooler depths of tenth VC-62 32H 27tf .:)(2

.. t Missouri Missouri Missouri' NAKTU 5 4 .535 place.. FAW-11 27H 26tt .509
LSU Miss. State LSU
O&R 4 5.U5 In the match with,Fasron 6, R. Supply 20% 21% .488
Mich. State Mich. Stat i Mich. StatePurdue
..' ', FAETU t 6 .250 N. Thiel, Lcdr. J. R. Johnson and ComFalrJax 19% 28 ft .406
Purdue '
/I, ."" 4 1 F sroal09 1 6 .1 U' Comdr. Ralph Ettinger all won in- Fasron 6 18 30' .375
Pitt. 'I '
W. Pitt.
: FAW-11 0 14 .000 dividual matches for Admin while FAWTU sin' 60% .083


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955 JAX' AIR NEWS Page Seven .

I VC-62 Tops AO-A School, 20-14, For Station Grid TitlerJAX I

Mainside Champs Win TogaIn

Sports Fast, Rugged EncounterA

BriefsOld f Fa' big rugged band of VC-62 Mainsiders spotted AO-A

upset reared his ugly School from NATTCenter an early seven-point lead Monday
and another unbeaten club 9 y9'1' i b" 4f y V afternoon, then came roaring back to defeat the Gunners
bead with Michigan 20-14( in the annual clash for the Station touch football title
bit the dust Mighty y
at the stadium.
falling before Illinois. Michigan ', .
:J' ) < Some 200 fans watched the
thus lost its top ranking in down.
the Jax Air News' top 25 college gZ ,Composite Squadron deadlockthe Numerous penalties marked

gridiron representatives. game on the final play of the contest and at times neither
.t .N.Ai the first half and then race to a
the officials nor the players
Michigan State ha moved to I
L 2G-'1 lead in the final period before -
to the
seemed wholly adjusted
the top of the heap, with Notre I
losers could again.
the score
rules, which we recomposed
Dame making the biggest Jump ,
into second spot Here are the ; 'i4r The win climaxed a great season jointly of the regulations of
for VC-62 who only three both leagues:
top 25: :
1. Mlchlc State days before had taken the Main- Sparked by ''quarterback Matt
:2. Notre ,Dame side Intramural title with a sud- Kurilich who played brilliantly

:3.4. Oklahoma UCLA Mx fya 1; u ri den-death; 12.7 playoff win from all the way and halfback Mel

5.I. Michigan Maryland 'VAH-1, formerly VP-3. Young who did most of the

7. Weal Virginia v, e e e losers' scoring the Gunners rolled
7.= TCU
to OhtoeSttate M After losing its season openerat to a score with only about

11. Navy Mainside to VAH-1, then VP-3, three minutes remaining before
12. Auburn by an 8-8 score, VC-62 came on intermission.
13. Georgia Tech \
14. lewa to win 10 straight league games Driving on the ground from

15.1C Texan MilL State before sending the NATTCenter thier own eight yard line the
17. Arkansas champs down to their second Gunners finally struck paydirt on \
18. Mississippi of the in the "bigone"
defeat season
IS. ..... a 19-yard pass from Kurilich to
taUf. -
--- -- -
20. So. at the stadium Monday.It .
Miami Ohio Young late in the second stanza.A .
:21.l2. wlacoasta PLAYOFF PYROTECHNICS-This bit *f sctbra was seen In bruising battle
was a up similar pass tallied the conver.
23. Duke the recent sudden-death playoff game between VP-3 and VOW
24. PttUburch for the Mainside: Intramural Touch Football League champion front with the Mainside forward sion.
25.: Tennessee e e ship. VC-C8 'won the Mainside crown 1-1. and went on to defeat wall having the better of it most Stunned by the score VC-62

Youthful Wave Pat Ostrowski, AO-A School, 20-It, for the All-Station title. VP-3's: Sid Paine of the way. VC-62 linemen rushed stormed back 55 yards in four
makes a stab in the end lone of a potential scoring pass, while the Gunners' so hard
passers tie the the final
former Michigan State University Don Glidewell (wearing face mask) of VC-62 deflects the oval. plays to score on
student now attached to that the losers completed only play of the half with Haywood

M a ins Ide Personnel, is the one pass all day, with that one throwing three ;yards to Spider

"mother hen" of the Wave Crac- Playoffs To DetermineGrid being AO-A School's first touch- Dasher in the end zone. ...

kerjax basketball team. As man I e e

ager of the Wave cagers she not 9 Clubs Await The key play in the drive came

only keeps track of equipment, Runner-Up SpotsAnyone when Haywood tossed a looping

but is also handy with the win- Center Mural 40-yard pass to Big Jim Kambo
tergreen and band aids. at the NATTC 15. Haywood hur
e trying to figure out the complicated second-place playoff ried over for the extra point to

NATTCenter's baseball field picture in the Mainside Intramural Football League this week Cage PlayNine leave the score at 7-7

area will look like Sherwood would have needed at least a crystal ball as seven of the loop's Early in the third quarter VC-

Forest soon as the Robin Hoodsof 11 clubs are still battling for the runner-up spot. teams will be entered in 62 took possession at midfield

the bow and arrow gather The championship grid games VAII.1 will play Fasron 6 today the NATTCenter intramural basketball when the AO School's passing

there. An archery range is being for the Mainside and Station at 1615 in the other half of league when the season attack stalled and moved to'the

constructed by Special ,Servicesand 'w titles were already played early the fou -team playoff. The win- opens November 28. go-ahead touchdown in eight

equipment provided for those this week, but the post-season ners will meet for the runner.up Teams include Aviation Electricians plays.
wishing to take part in the sport. battles for second were just getting trophy and Ironman points next Aviation Ocdnancemenr From the 20 Haywood dashedto
S e e underway at Jax Air News Monday. Aviation Storekeepers, Airman the eight then t* the three,

Officiating is a problem in intramural press time. School, Naval Air Weapons System finally locating Bill Mannaioni
sports-not so much because IT APPEARED Monday that Final standings for the year School Aviation, Ground Officers with a flat past three plays later

.. of intentional unfairness, the playoffs might be forgottenand were: rts Pis School. Marine Aviation and the big halfback dived into
but because of lack of knowledgeand second-place awarded to Detachment, Special Services and the end zone to put the Mainsidecrew
Teams \V L For Apt
intimacy of officials with Administration. ahead 137. Haywood once
VAH-1' (VP-3), loser to VC-62 VC-6 9 1 325 109
again for the
competing players. 12-7 in a special playoff last Friday VP-3 9 1 208 77 Special Services 'consists of ran over conver
The latter cannot be remedied, at the stadium. First Lieutenant, Training Facil- sion.A
FAW.l1 8 2 225 131
few minutes later VC-62
'especially at NATTCenter, where But in a meeting Monday athle- Fasron 6 7 3 175 69 ities, Navy Exchange, Medical. the game out of reach by scoringa
officials and players, more than
tic representatives from Mainsideand Hospital 4 6 96 120 Dental and Aircraft Maintenance. third T. D. after Kurilich had
either deskmates in
are NAS activities voted to go Fasron 109 4 6 lU 201 Administration includes Supply, quick-kicked over the goal line.
classrooms shipmates in dor
mitories. The or best advice is: Make ahead and play the extra games Operations 4 S 104 181 Commissary, Disbursing and Per Taking the ball on their own 20
as originally scheduled, abolish NARTU 4 6 155 175 sonnel the Mainside
the most of it! sparked a
ing the grid playoffs starting 0 & R 3 7 111 174 Meanwhile Hampton is sound- drive that carried to the NATTC
next year. Personnel 2 8 108 235 ing the call for basketball officials 28 with four minutes left.

I 'I ftl Pair: However, before the league VW.4 010 19 200 to handle the games. e e e

LI51 In g s could get down to the businessof ... Aided by a 15-yard penaltythe
second place there was first f. ; CompRon club moved to the

For Civilian the question x)f fifth where four .. IRON M six with Haywood lugging the

teams NARTU Hospital, Operations SPORTS PROGRAM ball the rest: of the way on a

and Fasron 109 were 'pitchout from Mannaioni. A run- ,

Links TourneyNAS deadlocked with 4:6 records. J 1 ning play for the extra point i
: HOSPITAL, WHICH had for. : taIled' leaving the score 207. '
Jax Civilian Golf Championship -:feited its final two loop tilts I ',__, rva r4at1t 1 ; f "-:- '' : e' : Kurilich desperately tried to

Tournament pairings out of the playoff picture : ,o
dropped I g..PrR w put AO-A School back in the
have been posted and play is to with a 2-0 forfeit to Operations : :/yk'; rS w in.y y M game in the"closing minutes and

be completed by sundown this leaving NARTU to tangle with Y,st.Y ,j'l q.f y r I finally succeeded in setting up
Sunday, the tourney committeehas Fasron 109 in the other fifth- ,the losers' second score with a

announced. place semifinal clash Tuesday series of running plays.

Following qualifying rounds evening.On Young ran over from the three
last weekend: four flights including Wednesday, Operations was I after a series of penalties prolonged -

the championship): brac- slated to take on the Fasron 109- i the contest after the clock

ket, have been announced.All NARTU victor with the winnerof I ran out. Kurilich added the con-
first round matches must moving into the
that game version with an end sweep and
be played by sundown Friday, second-place struggle against I .f brought the final count to 2014.
Nov. 11; all second round play is FAW-11 who finished third in STATISTICS

to be completed Saturday, Nov. regular season. play. VC-62 AO-A

12; and flight championship mat 1st Downs Rushing :2 3
ches completed by sundown Sun- banks-Bob Bowling; John Mike Hoy- i< sstn 1st Downs Passing 2 0

day, Nov. 13. dic-Walker Crevasse ; 1st Downs Penalties .2 1
George, bye; Charles Fields bye.
Entered in the championship Passes Attempted 8 7

flight which will be medal play, Second flight: Jesse Grace-Mike Smith r. .. ;I' -- -...-_ Passes Completed 5 1
Vineyard Ray
are medalist Charles Boucher ; Passes
Intercepted by 0 0
Cascone Jack Byars, bye; Joe HARDWARE FOB CHAMPIONS This imposing array of
Rod Pin- ;
((77) Red Everett
; ; trophies oa display at Mainside intramural headquarters in Build- Fumbles lost 0 0
ncy (84); and Ray Kennedy defending Perrit bye; Bill HarrisGlenVolp Ing 930 is what Afalnside teams are vying for. Front row shows I Yards Penalized _50 60
champion (86). Third Flight; the Mainside runner-up trophies; second row, trophies to Main Score by Quarters:
Match play will prevail in the ; James HutchinsonCharlesAble I side champions; third row, Station runner-up trophies; and back I NATTCenter ..:. o-7-'T-J.4()
other three flights. First flight ; Tom Forrest,bye; Al Quag- row, Station. championship cup The athletic "Oscars" are Mainside 0-7..8-20
teams !In football golf, bowling and volleyball.
Leonard Eu- liano bye. I awarded U tap ;: ,
,,pairings include: ,


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( Page Eight JAX AIR: NEWS 10 November 1955

ro>r. {g (
.m.m.tm t :( Local Blood

(Continued from Pare 1)

' ... FOR RENT to; the individual with access to

2 bdrm. unfurn: apt. 3690 River- the Navy's account can be sub

side Ave. EV 95913. Besse. stantial |;

1 furn. rm. Southside area. 1521 Transfusions In the Naval Hospital

I l Palm Ave. FL 9-3394. Allen. are made at no cost to the

,{ Furn. hse. gar. 5561 102st St. EL patient. In a private hospital the
1\ 82766. Ross. J; patient eligible to the Navy account :*

t 1 bdrm. etf. furn. apt. gar. 2215 "l\ saves $20.00 a pint, al-
though he must 'a
pay laboratoryfee
i River Blvd. Riverside. EV 9-
Johnson. \. of $10.00 charged by the Blood
{ ; ." '. Sank plus a small additional fee
( 3 rm. furn. apt. 2811 Iroqulos ";. for professional services in giving
( Ave. Ortega. EV 8-6937. Richardson < qS' r i ; "jt" %% a{ S'f}%.. f I II the transfusion charged by-..Jho

k .Will share, hse; with Navy couple. I I' (; .fl,: f; ;2 2Q1 /" ,:$::: $hospital 30.00 a Ordinarily pint, although he would when pay

Murray Hill. EV 8-0898. Mrs. I ', : 'j' ; :,'r., three or more are required the
Conner. l't f :::"I : : .1 price drops to $20.00 after the
E I : \ : : I % FIX
5 rm. furn. hse. $95. Ortega 3934 ,, : \ :,; \i.::;. second transfusion.

McGirts Blvd. Waterfront. EV ':;.;:tU ,.:ii:, :,::'.:: 1mi.;$,,'::;a.\ >.L. : t ,.1...:"" '''::C;F:';:.:,. .I $'m. .J ,MILITARY PERSONNEL in
9-8538.. Moody.. MORE RE-UPS-Comdr. Samuel Lanier, military personnel officer at NATTCenter, swears in need of blood may obtain it
3 rm. furn. hse.. 3231 Phyllis St. seven reenllstments at the Center. Left to right are James Forsyth, A01; Robert Scott, A02; through request made to the
VeaL Ray Clements, CS1; Charles Clark, ADI; Oland Martin. A01; Oliver Wright AEC; and Joseph Medical Department. Civilian

3 rm. furn. gar. apt. Nr. NAS EV personnel may obtain it through

7-2663. Mrs. Murphy. request made to five appointed

"3 rm. furn. apt. $57.50. 624 Col. YA'KlidW/I Grab Your Partner representatives,. namely, -Michael
lege St. EL 55342. Wingate. m' IIdPi Cascone, at Industrial Relations s

4 rm. unfurn. apt. Ortega. 2904 Circle Left Free Department; Thomas P. Roberts,
Cherokee Ave. EV 95326.Whit- .I M6ftE ARE AMSUES6 THffQUESTJOH3 ; James N. English and Robert L.
Military personnel are espe- Brown
tington. fAMILIeS ASK TH6 VETERANSADMINISTRATION at Overhaul and Repair
3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. 1224 E 13th EVER? C Y._ cially welcome to attend the Department, and Thomas M.
St. EX 8-7253. Starrett. square dance course for begin- Cowan, at Public Works.

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 2580 River- (By Armed Forces Press Service) cal care. Also, you must go to ners which commences Novem- All requests are investigated to

side Ave. Apply Apt. 2. Co- Q-I am planning to take on- a doctor authorized to provide ber 8 at 1930 at the City Recre- make sure the blood account is

wart. the-job; training under the Korea this treatment at Government ation Department auditorium, 311 not misused. There is no obli-

3 rm. furn. apt. $60. 722 Lomax GI BilL How many hours a weekis West Duval St. gation, other than a moral one,
So. EL 56815. Skipper. considered to be full-time expense. There will be no charge for this to replace blood used, nor must

5 rm. hse. Kitch equip. 6150 Lyn- training? course, which lasts six weeks. blood have been donated in order

wood Ave. and Blanding. EV Full-time training is considered Up The Further information can be had for an individual to draw on the

7-7400. to be the standard : by phoning Charles De.Sandro, account Capt. Klein declared.

30' hse trailer. Priv. lot. 6725 Sea- work-week of the firm where LADDERWith Jax Recreation Department, EL Civilians who wish to donate to

.. board Ave. Apply with Mrs. you are taking your training, 4-8331. the Navy blood account will be
Zinzel, 425 Rendale Dr. Cedar but it generally may not be less Civilians very welcome, he said. They need

Hills. than 36 hours a week. only make arrangements through
(Weekly the :Jax Air Newsin Navy Marine
FOR SALE Q-I applied for Korea GI Bill their immediate superiors and
'2 bdrm. C. B. hse. lge..lot. Equity. before cooperation with Industrial then report to Ward A, in the
schooling shortly m y (Continued from Page 1)
7259 Dalfor Dr. EV 87862. Bar- starting deadline. Before Relations Department, will list when Dispensary, at 0800 when blood
three-year parade will occur at 1059
various for Naval
nash. I actually could begin class, promotions all units will come to a dead halt donations are being accepted.
5 rm. unfurn. hse. Ortega. 2920 Air Station civilian personnel). This occurs every other Wednes-
I became ill. My passed while
on signal, trumpeters spot-
"" Harvard Ave..Dow. The names of three people appear day, 'with the next date set for
while I still was in bed, unableto ted in the various bands will
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 1056 Ontario on the promotion list this Nov. 23rd.
Now I
school that
to am 1100
go blow "taps" at commemora-
St. FHA finance 3/4. 1/4 cash. week, two from Overhaul and Donors should be between the
well again, will I be allowed to ting those who gave their lives
.. EV 93558. O'Neal. start under the Korea GI Bill? Repair Department and one from in defense of their country. ages of 18 and 50, and have eat- ,
3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. 8919 Lopez Public Works Department. en a light breakfast of fruit, dry
A-No. The law requires that S. Charles E. Bennett
Circle. Promoted at O&R were Coley U. Rep.
Azalea Terrace. Cash. toast and black coffee. After do
M/Sgt. EV 98259. you actually must have started Gardner, from helper (general) will speak on National Defenseat nating blood, they will be given

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. equity. $57. your GI training within three, 3rd step to carpenter 3rd step, the Mayflower Hotel, at 12:45.: orange juice, soft drinks or coffee .
5212 Seaspray Ave. Venetia years from the date of ,your and Barney Rhoden from produc- The public is invited. From 1300 I and doughnuts. It takes

Terrace. Ext. 8303. Davis. separation from service.. Thereare tion dispatcher 2nd step to elee- on, open house will be held by about 45 minutes. At present only

2 bdrm. hse. EV 8-8835 (Call no exceptions to this pro troplater 3rd step. veterans' organizations and clubs "O" type blood is needed. -
I after 1800)). McDonald. vision of the law. At Public Works Ray Vroomanwas throughout Jacksonville.
Q-I am a Korea veteran witha advanced from inspector Marines Set
2 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5322 Camille ,
Ave. G. I. equity. $50. service connected disability. I structures 2nd step to plannerand
1951 Boles Aero 16' trailer. $1050. want td get a GI insurance policy estimator 1st step. MOVIES (Continued from Page 1))
available to disabled Korea vet- the Center Marine Aviation Detachment -
Lot 65 Azalea Ct.
What is deadline will hold..a party for
erans. -one
3 bdrm. C.' B. hse. avail. Jan. 1 my
from November 10 400 at the Mayflower Hotel, with
6035 Cedar Hills Blvd. Riven- year discharge, or one year Thursday,
from the date VA rated my discharge Mainside-The Egyptian (color the cake-cutting scheduled for
burg. ? drama Cine): Edmund Purdom, 2100. Major Emmons S. Maloney,
3 bdrm. hse. 4542 Blount Ave. 622
A-Your deadline Is one year T'F Gene Tierney. training officer at AN-P. School,
or 203. Lcdr. Arnold.
from date VA has NATTC Tarantula drama will officiate.
2 bdrm. 1951 hse trailer. Azalea the deter ( ):
Trailer Pk. Lot 50. Gitersonke. mined your disability to be John Agar, Mara Corday. The Marine Air Reserve Train
serviceconnected.QI Hospital It's A Woman'sWorld ing Detachment will hold its par
2 C. B. hse. Venetia Ter
race. 6026 Commadore Dr. am a WWII veteran witha I.; (color drama Cine): Van ty at Charlie's in Orange Park,
service-connected disability. I Heflin, Clifton Webb. where the cake will be cut by
Equity. $49. EV 7-2670 :
(after 1 t k'
Lt Col. Richard II. Pierce, commanding
1630)) Raetz. am need of outpatient medical Friday, November 11
1953 31' Spartan Trailer. $3200. treatment for my ailment. Can I Mainside-Treasure of Pancho officer of the detachment

Terms. 4207 Rendale Dr. Cedar just go to my own doctor and ask Villa (color western Cine): Rory .
Hills. Ltjg( ) Smith. him to send the bill to VA? ;:eparr Calhoun, Shelley Winters.
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Equity. $48.50. A-No. You must get prior NATTC The Egyptian (color FRA Slates MeetingUnit

5949 Oakland Dr. 'EV 71931. authorization from VA, in order drama Cine): Edmund Purdom, 126, Ladies Auxiliary of
Moore. to obtain outpatient medi- a Gene Tierney. the Fleet Reserve Associationwill

!P1 Hospital Tarantula '(drama): hold its regular meeting,
MISCELlANEOUSRide LOST AND 'FOUND y kAZ John Agar, Mara Corday. November 10 at 1930.
wanted from Highlands Any lost articles can be claimedat Saturday, November 12Mainside The meeting will be held at
0730 1600 Shift. Contact R. the Security desk in the
White the Cumberland Road
Feather (color Community -
Murphy. Ext. 8110 or PO 4-9527 Overhaul and Repair depart-
western Cine): Robert Wagner Center and all prospective
(after 1800). ment, Bldg. 101.
Deb'ra members
Paget. are urged to attend.
NATTC Treasure of Pancho .

Villa (western color Cine): Rory Burglar: "Please let me go, lady
Send the JAX AIR NEWS Home PLACE Calhoun, Shelley Winters. I never did anything wrong."

STAMP Hospital-The Egyptian (color Old Maid: "Well, it's never too
Fold and Fasten HERE drama Cine): Edmund Purdom, late to learn."

Gene Tierney.
iTO I. MDB Payments Due If PEA LPA AIII
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.... IJ1S members are reminded that assessments OF.'A.eRR
A MILITARY POSE?-Actress No. 51 and 52 are due I! lAC RIO POL.l S.EGOIINO.GAP.'ET.ENI
Lori Nelson, who claims Gen. "
.. John J. Fershlng as a great by November 15.. ARE. P E IR S EVE RESE
granduncle, in a not so military t IT. RV ANAL
:'. pose. Miss Nelson has been One cigarette to another cigarette -, I P A GOS DAM
marching ahead with big film : 16.ATIAIl..PA1ISlE !
assignments at Warner Bros., "I hope I don't get lit up to v E IR ET R A 0 E 01.,
where she recently was fen 15 I IR''E 5 SEW eo ,
tured In "I Died A Thousand night and make an ash of my-
Times" and "Sincerely Yours." self." (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle)

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