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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: April 14, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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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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I NARTU Takes Lead In Charity DriveThose




noting progress of the Jax, with 59J. per cent; Fleet with 100 per cent; NAB-6 with
with 41 cent 98 cent; Special Services
Jax Navy Crusade for Charity Air Jax, ,per ; per
I FAW-11, with 40 per cent; with 91.2 per cent; Medical
S on the Scoreboard at the inter-
NATTC with 35 per cent; and with 88.5 per cent; Public
section of Mustin and York-
1 town will be impressed that NAS Cecil Field with 19.5 per Works, 87.5 per cent; Opera
cent. tions, 72.1 per cent; Security
NARTU is leading with about
94.1 cent of its goal. A BREAKDOWN OF N AS 66.7 per cent; Communications
per
1 Jax departments gives a big G6.3; 0 and R 64.4; Fiscal, 43.2

,i! Figures released as of April lead to Industrial Relations, per cent; Legal, 27.3; and Sup-
6 by Capt. Wellington R. Hines, 20.0.
ply,
its
reporting 133.6 per cent of
Board Chairman, reveal that
Totaled, this represents $59-
Naval'lospigoal.
is the
runnef-up
( tal with 65 per cent.. Other IRD is followed by Dental 8G0.68 or 59.1 per cent of the

commands, in order, are NAS with 116 per cent; Chaplain (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)


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nKSA ANTARCTIC ,TRAINING Start Work < '

It's a far cry from the warm

LocalMar Florida Antarctic climes continent to at the the frigid"bot On i" i j
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tom of the world," so William 'CopterHangar : ;

Hess, SKC, of NATTCrnter, (
gets in a little "warm-up" practice ,
To Make in the Icehouse of the .. ." .4' J
NAS Commissary department. ,
Hess will depart with the 1955 .

Byrd expedition In August for Breaking of ground for the I ..,.!
the South Pole. :
Byrd Trip new helicopter hangar and re A.; :!

pair shops, a part of Overhau \: : .:\

&. Repair departm nt's vast ;
CPO Promotion
One enlisted man from ,4' \
expansion program, began on ,
the Naval Air Station was List Is Near Wednesday, April G. 4 \\

selected by the Bureau olPcrsoncl { The contractor's completion >. .
Names of first class petty
to take part in the I date has been set for May 7, 1956,
officers to be promoted to chief
1055!) Admiral Byrd Expedition will be released In midApriland according to Capt. Ira N. Curtis, ,
resident officer in charge of Public r
the South Pole.
to will appear in BuPcrs Notice -
Works and Construction.This .
He is William Hess, SKC, of 1430.
the Naval Air Technical Train About 2,500 CPO promotionsare building when completed -

ing Center, attached to the Ac expected to be made as a will have cost $2,461,582 and }

counts Section of NAS Commis result of the service-wide pro- represents the !largest single

Department. motion tests held in February, construction contract for O&Il,
sary
It was pointed out.
when approximately 23,000
Chief Hess, a Navy veteran
POls took the CPO test, Bu- The hangar and shop area,, :.
of nearly 15 years, will repor Pers has revealed. Promotionsto which will be maintained on the .._.."'.;..'...yon'.NM..w.w.v" w. .. ,. '- .. ._ ----_.....................--... .-

to Quonset Point, R. I, Apri. E-7 will be made in five main deck, will occupy 180,238 "SQUIRES SQUINTER"-Simplicity of the blind-flying shield,
24, for further transfer to the< Instrument flight training In the P2V
increments of about onefifthof square feet of space, while the which has revolutionized
expedition. He was aboard the Neptune bomber at Jax, is: shown by its Inventor, !.t. Richard
cruiser USS San Francisco dur the list each in May, July, second deck will be comprisedof Squires. It Is being tabbed locally as "Squirts' Squinter." Lt.

ing World War II when the ship September, and November of 6,000 square feet of operatingspace. Squires is presently on active duty with Patrol Squadron: Five

1955, and January of 1956. .
was sunk by Japanese gunfirein The helicopter hangar: will be Simple But Effective'Squ.ires'
the "slot" off Tulagi in the
where the
constructed on the site

South Pacific. Denial Officer Gels former large O&R parking area Squinter' Makes

HESS IS MARRIED and fa- used to be, plus the area formerly

thereof three children Michael Germany Assignment occupied by the parachute loft, EasierInstrument

7; Patricia, 5; and Christie which has recently been movedto Flight Training

3. Comdr. George Denny of the< a new site at the rear of NAS flight training in a P2V Neptune has been revolutionized .

RearAdmiral Richard E.. Dental Department at the Nava] Infirmary. here by the invention of a new "blind flying" shie Byrd will be making his fifth Air Technical Training Center .
trip to the Antarctic, this time WEATHER OUTLOOK Designed and built by Lt. Rich a pair of earphones made up the
has been ordered detached and I
to locate bases for the Interna ard Squires, ground training of- "Blinders". This visor became
Friday-Partly cloudy, warm
of 1957 will report in New York City .
tional Geophysical Year heavy in a little while and frequently
Saturday-Cloudy and warm, fleer for Patrol Squadron 5, the
for further transfer to the U. S.,. I gave the students headaches ,
58.The with scattered thundershowers. shield is composed of a series of
.
object of the expeditionwill Naval Base at Bremerhaven, Ger with scattered .
be purely scientific with many. thundershowers.Sunday-Warm five parallel aluminum plates ALTHOUGH it was the best of

observations made of solar acti hinged to a rectangular aluminum -
the three systems, the "Polorold"method
vity, relation of that activity ASSISTANT SUPPLY OF- frame.
to auroras and terrestial mag FICER-Comdr. John B. Koch also had a drawback. This

- netism, the vagaries of Ant- (seated) newly arrived from .Y1 S The shield snaps over tho Inside device consisted of a transparant

arctic weather and their effecton Champlain the aircraft, tries carrier out USS the Lake desk ::17fl of the "Neptune's" left wind- orange shield, which covered the

inhabited regions in more of Comdr. Kdward J. Bryant 5.4k shield when a student-pilot is windshield, and a pair of blue
temperate latitudes, cosmic I (right) whom he replaces as '. ready to fly "blind." Then the
; tinted goggles. When the student
Officer of
assistant Supply blackoutthe
and the are adjusted to
ocean currents, plates
rays, NAS Jax. Comdr. Bryant reports -.. .. >
atmosphere. i student's outside view com- wore the goggles, the orange
upper to Mare Island ShipyardIn
TilE UNITED STATES has California. (Story Page 4)). pletely, but give an unrestrictedview shield over the windshield black.

agreed to set up observatoriesat ..._-'..,,-_"" ...,...__ ,.'__m..Y, ,. of the outside to the instructor ed-out the outside view. But in a

the South Pole, in Marie 4 ,,: in the right seat. short time the blue-tinted goggles

Byrd Land in the northwest TABBED "Squires Squinter" by tired the eyes and made readingthe

sector of the continent, and at ..' r) At t tis the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5, the instruments a difficult job.

Little America on the west cen- shield has proved itself in intensive .

tral coast. tests.

Fourteen aircraft will be Before Lt. Squires came up Navy Plans Use
used in the exploration, includ-
with his "gadget" the three most

ing P2V Neptunes, deemed ide- popular devices used for blind Of Salk VaccineThe

ally suited to flights over the flying at Jax were the "Tent,"

Antartic winterland. r9'y y. "Blinders" and "Poloroid" sys- Navy is in the process
The Antarctic does not belongto terns of' beginning preparations for

any one nation although polio immunization using i
The Tent completely encased
several.have claimed it, but it the new Salk vaccine, it is ,
the student, shutting him oft fromuick'
has considerable strategic im- announced.The .
accessibility to some of the
portance since it dominates the program Is still in the
controls, and greatly impeded
bottom of the world and the sea r planning stage, with more details -
the instructor's view of the outside
passages ,between the great to be,given in next week's

bceansJH l 4 \ Indian, Pacific, and Jar Air 'News.
I Atlantic! An oversized visor attached to



Page Two SAX AIR NEWS U April 1955


-VP-18.-- Fasion 109. VP-16. FAW-11. VF-31 Report -




ill RrnBUiDui8 Scouting Jacksonville l Area Squadrons I



Published l every Thursday for Na\y and Marine activities at Naval AH --------- ------ I
Station Jacksonville, Fla. VP-18 part of the game. 550,000 square miles was !
NA9.Jackn.l'nl.Capt. greatly
John S. Thnrh ?..... .,.. .. ""_....w.___...."".._...l.'on1"'onlllnl Officer/ I Things are still buzzing at This past weekend one of VP18's aided,"
Comdr. John N, M)en ,....,. ..... ..".___._..1r+cullve Ollicer P2V-7's took part in I Earl Elson AEl
Httt Air J"b.meR,8t' VP18. Buzzing with jet buzzes, newest from Chat joite,

Adm. John Perry "__. ... ... .. -.... ."_' 'M__...iVimmnmlrr I the big Navy show at Mayport. N. C. was welcomed to
Capt. Klclmid O. lilft'no _.___ .... ..... -... ..Chlct ol :Staff: thai is, the squadron is still receiving out to I ranks this squadron
Thousands of people came week Don
fleet Air Wla! };Ieua P2V-7's and a L. Hair
I
Capt. KdnIn: J. S. Young *_.__..............Commander the new see it of course, there werea AE2, will be married Saturday ,
Comdr. Frank D. .Meyer _..___.__..."_..CUtef :Stuff: Oltlcer lot of work is required gettingthe few ships and other planes Gladys Conner of Jax t to
,
I at
Natal Air -fthalnl Trahala l'e.terCapt transferred. the
Henry: C. Prl/jnc.......__._._.___........_._...Contnanding Officer old ones there as added attractions, too. home of Doctor Homer
Comdr. Edward W, Bishop.__._...______......Kxi.cume; Ollicer I With the coming of these, jet- Lindsey,
Natal HokpltalNAKTlT This week, as in past weeks, Chief David O'Hern is

Capt. Kdward' C. Kenney ._................._................................. ,.Comman iing Officer fitted bombers has come a new is deployed in resting in Ward now
Capt L. A. Newton ,_...._ _. _......_...................Kxecutlve; Ullicer language too. Around the hangar part of VP-18 B-4t the Naval
I sunny, picturesque old San Juan, Hospital, after losing by two
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett ...._.... .. .....CommondinR OlilrrfnMMM.Kx I ICumdr. deck such terms as "fuel flow"and I Rico. in his second toe
Laurence *'. Sttfftnliagtn ___.___ 'vuti\e Uffleer : "BMEP" are still used but Puerto engagement: with a
C lawn

The JAX ATR NEWS publixhrd weekly at tho U, S. Meal Air Station I more likely to be heard these Fasron 109 power mower.
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-anpiupilated funds new wordslike The wardroom has been
strange given
days are
at no expense! to the government and In compliance wit h NAVjOXOS: :: I''O: Rev, Comdr. Robert P. Williams has a complete ".face
Nov. 1045. Copies are dUtilbvted tree of chare ut the Na\al Air Station, the "percent power" and "tail pipetemperature" lifting" through
Naval Air Tft-hnlpftl Training Center, Natal Air Resene Tmlnlne' Unit, and the 1 recently checked into Fasron 109 Jhe efforts and guidance of Lt<

U. S. Naval llotplttl. F.dllOT-An4rf'W H. Planev I and will relieve Comdr. Rolland J. E. Johnson and Ensign Dan igi I

Spoils F.dltClr-Gol'don Robbie. JO3; Staft Kcporteii-Jack 1Il1lm I. Fill.; I However, along about the time L. Hastreitcr as commanding officer Karlin.
Nancy Ward :SN. and captains stop
our pilots plane in the near future. His last
The JAX AIR NEWS U n member fit the Aimed Foicet Press S<"i\ice. for levers that are not The squadron softball team has
V reaching
AFpy: mateilal appearing In this publication may not be repined withoutthe duty station was with the Flectj
written permission of Armed Force Piecs Service. RepuLillrntlon of other there any more and pushing but. Cincnelm. turned out for first practice, and

rnnttev. except by seivtre publication. U prohibited without (mission of tons and ringing bells by mistake, Intelligence Center with new blue and gold uniforms)
AIR NEWS.
:Editor.; JAX
KdltoiUl nrncea located Main Administration Building rhone extensions this new language will be all Lt.jg) William Blackmon, Jr., and new Rear, will at lost: be
8346, 218 and 8164.Teenage. dental officer, and LUjg) James the best-dressed team
--- to appearlocally
Foster, !squadron doctor, have this year:

Club A Playlet In One PartThe I both spotted their names on the j *

promotion to Lt. list.
1'AWllCongratulations

Sets AnniversaryBall I Several men reported into the I were m ,,nd, ,r
last week They were,
squadron for the Wing maintenance cifiimComdr. -.

April 22 Gerald Morrison, A A ; Bill Frank Pawela (for his

Skaggs, AD3; Charles Peck, AM- recent promotion.

One-year.old this month, the AN; Floyd Rose, AL1; Norman Comdr. Pawela
who dun, the
Je't" -Cats, teenager club at Naval time: One afternoon. Mack, AA; Eugene Jensen, AM- silver oak leaves and sn.imbled

Its The place: CO's office. + AN; Charles Temperly, AD3;
Air Station, will celebrate eggs of a three-striper, is a veteran
The cast One officer j Eugene Beadenkopt, TM1; Franklin -
: one
birthday with an AnniversaryBall I' of 23 years service in the

Friday, April 22, at the 0" serviceman I 1, Wood, AM2; Robert Lamb, Navy, most of it spent in \a\al
AA Henry Lanchance, AA, and
Club. As the play opens we see a 'j" ; Aviation. His Navy career Baited
Marvin Lon lin, AE2. The squadron -
Boys from Columbia Preparatory serviceman violently shakinghis with "seaman" in that branch in
also lost several 111 en.
.. 'School, S. C., to be here on head. The CO speaks: the year 1932, and he wears the

e a Navy League Buddy tour of "But that vehicle needs a r \ After taking runner up spot gold wings of a Naval A\iator.

You're the in the intramural basketball, the
driver. logical one
the station, have been invited as I It was "welcome aboard" this
for the job and I want to squadron is looking forward to
guests to this Spring Formal you week for Lt: William, Corner
attend drivers' School next : extending its softball record. The
Dance. (Sic!), who reported to the staff
week. record for the last two years in
Hostesses for the Ball will be I from Photographic Squad!)on 62,
softball has been 96 wins and 14
Beverly Nocillo, Patty Zang, Lila Serviceman: "No, sir, I don't want the responsibility ofa NAAS, Sanford, Fla. Lt. Carrier,
defeats while 14
Newton, and Jean Ellenburg. Bill vehicle. I have an accident-and who gets stuck? Me !I"I I I copping some despite the "moniker" is an experienced

Thach will head the decorating About this time the air turns blue. The CO is reading the trophies for championships. Ed multi-engine pilot. He

committee with the following riot act in no uncertain terms as the play ends. Grahm, AN, will do the chunkingfor I' relieves Lt, George Aver-, as

helpers: Beverly Nocillo, Lila The above action is true. It really happened. The services" the Beavers and with the Wing anti-submarine offi 'U'. Lt.

Newton, Jean Ellenburg, Judy offered some responsibility stuff that makes a leader new talent looks like the l5\tccenfull squadron Ayers departs in mid-May for

Douglas, Sandra Davis, Judy I to a guy who didn't want it. Responsibility is leadership and will have another Monterrey, Calif., where he will

Fields, Tom Queen, Randy Bad ': leadership pays off in stripes.! You don't Win stripes by turning I summer. I be a student in the General: I I.mo

lett, and Tommy Carter. down responsibility.Have School.

I a good look in the mirror. If the hat fits, wear it VF16VF16 *
is the recipient of a let
(AFPS).
To five youngsters of Navy VF31"Isiiors
-- ter of Appreciation, sent by the
families in the Jacksonville areaa to VF-31 spare this!
Commander, Greater Antilles Sec
well-rounded program of activities 1 Another ASubTo week will note a handsome:: -
DI\I E tion, USA, based in Puerto Rico,
the of the phy display in the squadron
on
was purpose
,
Join Nautilus in of efforts
recognition
squadron
Parents Council when they aideda Sf RE\ 5 while I administrative office. The trophy
searching for the Yacht
year ago in the organization of Close on the heels of the USS "HSH", lost between Bermudaand was won by the squadron basketball

the teenagers. Members of the Nautilus, first Navy nuclear sub- I Antiguo in late January. team which went undefeated

Council were Capt. and Mrs. CATHOLIC marine which has just until the last game in the city
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- success I The letter reports that "as a
Wilson R Bartlett, NARTU; Capt. fully completed deep diving tests Independent League to wrap iip
result of the excellent performance

and Mrs. L. A. Newton, Naval St. Edward's Chapel. the title.
her 3,000-ton sister the Sea Wolf
: of the flight crew of aircraft
Hospital; Capt. and Mrs. Ed Irons, Saturday-oSOO. is expected to be in the water by I HH-11, the task of performing Members of the team wtiet:
0630. a
NAS and Chief and Mrs. J. No- Daily- Bill
; June Vin Dick Ihllman.
I full and Sprouls,
Hospital adequate search of some
Sunday-0630-Mass at
Cecil Field. Replacing
cilia, NAS Osborne, Dick Schmidt, Jim Lou-

. Capt. and Mrs. Irons, who recent. Chapel. don, Harold Annette, Richard Sar-

ly left the station, are Chief and MORMON1930MondayNATTC CROSSWORD PUZZLE noski, Frank White, Don Lamb,

Mrs C, E. Owens, NAS.A Chap. ACAoaa I s ) )4-r e 7'J' Bill Lemiwux, and Herb Klick-

"Shop Around" series of lessons lain's Office. t-1'viper.n meu/" I. IJ If- ner. Lt. (jg) John Martin was

in various fields such as CliniSTIAN SCIENCElOOOTuesdayMainside -MHrlmt"t .

golf and dancing, aims to develop Chapel 11-IO-S'Itibol""talum' .. carried tool, 't '" : : ''r Winner of the first "Linemanof ,

proficiency in one or more skills, Office
on
ramp. ISFort"t'ardtnll William
/ //1 rp the Month" award was
well as to provide suitable I li-Tu\\Ard the m
as Va.
PROTESTANT0930All sheltered skit T Davenport, AD3, of Salem
activities for this age-group, according .Ii-Rest estate 11 a at / 3f election
Saints' the
Chapel. 17-Iti\log herd Squadron pilots made
to the Council in plating 1100 All Saints' 1110"1roddtu': Jf le tech-
Chapel. 1\'I. lT JI1 basing their choice on
II'I\'t
mete:
Mambo lessons .
club objectives. 0930-St. Luke's L/pl.) ::7A bearing,
(Hospital). J 0 nical ability, military
have been completed, and golf instruction iilirs n I" u. JJ The
'7fi of duty.
(Note: Addresses of local and performance
is now available to in- f/-Pistol 14 '
churches may be obtained by -" .111"f /s '1 award is designed to show appreelation
terested members. Projects of a 14-\1'1'11'\ ", -
*
calling the Chaplain's Office, 425)), :S", 'f\t, 1.1 M'al., "P '" 41lfI of the lineman's job -
charitable have also made :
nature : : : : in
-\.wt 7h part
1-i'1 4' -( job which plays a vital
up a large proportion of the dnsa fI U V 4'
:tl-A :; 4f aircraft seW
r"ntlntnt'ta41
Clarence Darrow famous criminal Wh keeping squadron
teenagers' interests, especiallythose "t.)
of Red Cross and children's lawyer, was once asked to "U-tlrlnl 4-iivmbot I .1 I//'l'h; 4. /J """ 1 f' I'144. flying.

library, give his definition of a smart man. f. f n rltIBefore The squadron welcomed two
IIB-Chanll' ttl the
e e "A smart man," he replied, "is If", ,J n new officers aboard during and

One social event besides the a fellow who hasn't let a woman ::l1Ii-Mul'('", ( OT 1e If week, Lcdr. Robert R. Ryan

monthly meeting on the first Fri pin anything on him since! he wasa -FI..h sloes Lt. Thomas R. Jones III. Lcdt.

day of the month provides the I baby." 4n.-tender II-1 until M..'.-. w........... r..,.,... I.w' Ryan reported from the USS
4 -Th' anki' OOWN U-RenUd will be
members with a ,basic social program n- Iu'. n.mt r-tthidr aarm.nt-Laden M-mountain OoitUncnt Monterey (CVL-26)) and

during the school year. the outstanding activities. st li-Cltanlnr separate r4 1-Tae srtrr :_Awsy;! l:I rctton the new executive officerL5{
Olfl tt'l 4t St
f-- More functions will be planned Other Officers of the club are 5-M-Mtrtntih: aetmtaacl 1=Arrow poI.o_ II 2-l"notllh U-lIII e. lisle Jones reported from
1)'mbol 4-Ra'J>II 1 r "Uhf' wIth
for the summer months to take} Randy Bartlett, acting vice preil- :I'-AO&,h ... 'W. li-Atltn4... 44-"Employ. Intrepid and was formerly

care of the increased leisure time dent; Beverly :Nocillo, treasurer; :11' +eloe 1'reposllloh'' Iy rmtrl.'d"' tl.-llallarl rasrit .earl /i-T'ulrr.\ the "Blue Angels".
1.-1'1'' .
'' .
Y' r (pl ) N
created by the closing of schools, :I.-rlt hi Mrr -rlrNlne *
.Mt"t
Arlene Nocillo, aecr.trrrr.lleriion .a.alple. )" bnpltmevnS,4lermasvJ Husband "It's strange P\lt J
a
such as picnics and excursions, '.) !, UlmIntoUo $t-Mnuntski : .
of officers Joe the neat term has tt- i.-'naoa. 'lie fahhrl biggest idiots seem to marry
paid Tom Queen, president of the U- ",.Ir.. ':-- II' IM... /1rother.l,.
flub. Last summer excursion been scheduled for} the May iwiinf 14_. all $l ear w. Odisi prettiest lir J,."
pn H-BIUUU trying -
)'Now1
you're
t0 Camp Blanding was ace of According to Queen. (Answer Page 8) Better, Hilf1)'" (
to flatter me."



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14 April 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



11 10-Year Pins II\ Insecticides With Care; Keep Them Away From Tots I I II

,',!I Given '.['0 186Employees

"J I Householders using insecticides All insecticides sold on an, interstate U. S. Department of Agriculture, concentrations of chemicals may

I to control'insects and rodents are basis are subject to federal which conducts an extensive research be used In insecticides sold for

warned that they should be used 'regulatory control which service in plant and pest household use. But final responsibility i.

t strictly according to directions, stipulates the maximum permissible control. This service is charged for the correct use of insecticides *

i Lapel emblems depicting 10 on the labels, and above all kept ) concentration of the chemi- with enforcement of the Federal .. or rodenticides must lie

years of federal service have been out of the reach of children. cals used. State manufactured Insecticide, Fungicide and Roden- with the parents or householders.
f presented to 136 Naval
Air
Station The warning was issued by insecticides, controlled by the ticide Act requiring that all economic Properly applied they are no
I
employees.
.k Commandant, Sixth Naval Dis- Florida State Board of Health, poisons distributed through more hazardous than matches or

The employees were honored trict, through the Senior Medical follow the federal-approved con interstate commerce be registered cars, both extremely hazardous in ,

through the Civil-Service Com .Officer of the Station. It emphasizes centrations.The under the Act and bear certain the hands of children .!

'., mission's Incentive-A wards pro- that certain chemicals, suchas Navy and other Armed specific labelling. While carelessly used insecti- ,

'&.. gram for recognition of their lindane, chlordane and dieldrin Forces. ,, take their cue from the ONLY APPROVED maximumor I cides can be hazardous to humane. '
4.
service to the federal
government. which are used most frequently and animals, according to Dr. y

A Receiving' 10-year pins were 84 in commercial insecticides, can be Edward F Knipling, past president

..'s from Overhaul and Repair department fatal to children and animals} if of the American Associationof

.; ; 25 from SupplyFiscal taken internally Economic Entomologists, when

,\' departments; 25 Public Works THE WARNING should not be properly used they are man-

department, and one from Admin taken lightly. However, ,if labels, savers rather than man-killers.

t istration. are carefully read and. directions' "Insects," he declares, "are responsible

'f' Awarded the anchor-type emblem properly followed, householders for the death of millions
i '
,, were 0 & R employees: need feel no alarn1.IStorage of people every year and the r'

'j/. Admiral" Abel, Martha Achen- ..3p ? t illness of several hundred million :

bach, Fred Bedenbaugh, James more."

:.a Bedenbaugh, George Bellflower, ParleySet ) DUE TO MOSQUITO control in I.
l
Ralph Braswell, William Brown, i ) t.i t. J the State of Florida, malaria has .

1.. Robert Burr, Franklin Calhoun, I Monday "t',. been practically eliminated. In its a
t
': Donald Cameron, Claude Carter,I : : I It preventive medicine program, .

1 James Coleman, Pearl Cone, Edna BuSandA a: employed at NAS Jax by the Preventive

Crewford, Julian Culver, Lula By t Medicine Unit No. 1, Navy ;

,,* Cuthbert, Levi Daniels Jolin is
property sprayed by plane ;
.
l
I The fifth of a series of storage
} Diehl, William Dougherty, Marlin periodically as needed; housing!
i seminars conducted by the Navy
Dressler, Archie Ellis, George Bureau of Supplies and Accounts ", Is rid of destructive and disease-

.*t Filip, Louis Finney, Marie Franklin bearing insects and rodents as
at Naval supply centers and depots -
Harry Glass; Eva Gray, Julian requested and
; ; storage areas
will be held' at the Naval art'I I
Gray, Dewitt Green, Emily harden treated so as to save thousandsof : I
Air
Station
here
on April 18 and
Thomas Hinton, Milo Hughes, dollars worth of materials
George Hull, Jr. 19. FIRST IN WHITES-First commanding officer's monthly in- from (contamination n r destruction '
re Comdr. T. S. Stern, Assistant spertion for 1953! In white uniforms was held at the Naval Air
for Operations, Storage Division Technical Training: Center Capt. Henry C. IrLong) casts a critical by insects or rodents every
1ewellllutchings, Jackie Johns, ; I eye over students from Aviation Electrician's Mate Schools.! year
James: Kelly, Floyd Koons, Ed- A. J. Briggs, Supervisor, Mate .

ward Lewis, Abner Lynch, Albert rials Handling and Warehousing Propose NaturalizationOf
Brancr; and F. Hanscn, Storage Some Dozen
McDonald, Fitz McMillian, Ralph Approve GI. ParentsA
Mecks, Elmore Mcctzc Gladstone Specialist, representing BuSandA,
will arrive from proposal to permit naturalization '
Washington, D.
Menzie', Julian Morrison, Clifford
C. Sunday to condcct the seminar of certain alien residentsof
Myers, William Nobles Nellis
I Chanties In Uniforms
the U.S. whose
Nowotny, Clyde O'Bannon' Edward meetings.The have served! with song and the (Armed laughers

O'Grady, Estcllc Padrick, seminar will be held in -
A dozen changes in uniforms Forces or the maritime service
the conference -
room of the Station
Cor-dell expected to become cf will soon be worn on dunga i i has been Introduced\ by lId ). PhilipJ.
}
Ports, Roswell Powell, Sr. Supply Department. Capt. Nor-
uniform officers
fee by petty I Phllbin (D-MamO. The bill
fective about June 1 have
George Reed, William Ricciardi man A, Helfich is Supply officer. ,
,
first, second, and third class. The would waive first and educational
been approved by the Secretary I papers
George Roach, Fred Roberts, Robert About 35 persons are expectedto of recommended cost will be ten cents, and may requirements for such

Rogers, Robert Rossini be present from Bureau of by the Navy permanent as Naval- either by ironed or sewed on. parents: piovided their children '

Supplies and Accounts, Bureau of Uniform Board. Suggested by the commandingofficer have spired' ( honorably dining/ time '

Also Arthur Scarborough, Sam Yards and Docks and Bureau of of the USS Boxer and of war or national
/
emergency
Shivers, Clyde Sharpe, Margaret Ships storage activities within the A new collar on the white and tested by Pacific fleet units, 84 + .

.' Simkins, Edgar Smith, Robert Sixth and Eight Naval Districts khatfi tropical shirts, dungaree I percent of the commands and 57 I

sr Stark, William Starling, Robert and the local Commands. Reportsof rating badges for petty officers, percent of enlisted men queriedappiovcd Airfcdnl}

,*;; Stevenson, Wilson Stowe, Leroy previous seminars at Oakland, and a new insignia for Civil En- the use of the badge.

*' Strickland, George Sweet, Clem- Calif. Norfolk, Va.; Seattle l ,I gineer Corps warrant officers' are WARRANT OFFICERS desig- To] Marine
on the list of recommendations.
"' eat Taylor, John Turbeville, Wash.; and San Diego, Calif.; are nated for duty in Civil Engineer

Harry Wade, Charles Walker, that the conferences have provedof The collar of both the white I Corps are authorized to wear the

..' Edith Weatherford, Bonnie Whid- the utmost value in improving and khaki tropical shortsleeveshirt CEC insignia in place of their I SergeantMarine

don, Monroe Whitehead, Henry storage operations and planning. will be changed to the reg present! warrant specialty: device.
I ular notched collar. On the white i T/Sgt Oscar T.Ferreeof
Wight, Annie Williams, John Activities to be representedhere Two sets of khaki tropical %
Williams, James Wright. are: Commandant Sixth shirt, shoulder marks instead ot shirts and shorts will increase I Marine Aviation Detachment

Naval District;; Commandant the metal insignia may be worn; the minimum outfit .for Naval NATTC has been awarded the

Supply-Fiscal employees' receivIng Eighth Naval District; Naval Sta- breast insignia or ribbons, only Aviation Cadets at an additionalcost Air Medal for meritorious

pins were! Arley Baker, Thomas tion, Key West; NAS Key West; when appropriate. of $11.20, raising total from achievement I in aerial flight,

Bevel, John Cartee, Flora Supply Corps School, Athens, Ga. THE FABRICS used for khaki $192.45 to $203.65. a change sub- five missions
completing
Funkenstein, Bessie Green, Ervin NAS Pensacola; Naval Station, long-sleeve shirts is now approved mitted to the Defense Depart as a
gunner in Marine Scout Bomber
Griffin, Joseph Hodges, Raymond New Orleans, La.; NAS Memphis, for the short-sleeve version- ment for revision of monetary Squadron 23G in the Solomon

Lemon, Adolphus Monroe, Otis Tenn; Charleston Naval Ship- tropical worsted or wool gabar- clothing allowance established Island
in
area September of 1943.
Owens, Leroy Payne, Gordon yard, Charleston, S. C.; U. S. dine in addition to the cottonor for the services. The
citation was presented for
Reedy, Margaret Reynolds, John Naval' Construction Battalion linen now prescribed.A Aiguillettes will be furnished
the President
I of the United States
Ringer, Alice Salyard, Ray Scott, Center, Gulfport, Miss.; and NAS newly-developed photoprinted to aides and attaches out of funds
by Lt. Col. Frank R. Porter, Jr.
Isaac Sellers Levi Simmons, Willie Corpus Christi, Texas. rating badge, dark blue in colT allotted to the flag or staff to ,
commanding officer Marine Aviation -
Smith, Ruth Sparkman, Es- which attached, saving 500 officers
Detachment, NATTCenter.
tus Stone, Dorothy Touchton, from $47 to $ 3.50 each In
lieu
of second through
Timothy Williams, James Win-
WOMEN OFFICERS may wear seventh Air Medals, T/Sgt. Ferreeat
gate Evelyn Wmncy. T the medium-weight blue overcoatin the same ceremony received

Those in Public Works pre- : lieu of the raincoat, such as is six Gold Star citations for meritorious -

sented pins include: Louise Bell, __ authorized for male officers. achievement in aerial

Luther Best, Fannie Brown, Amelia Large medals may be worn on flight while serving as gunner in

h Buckner, Rudolph Carlson, blue and white service as a full Marine Scout Bomber Squadron

Huntley Cox, Mearl Crumley, dress uniform. Gold piping on 142 during operations I in the

Lizzie Davis, Duke Geary, Leroy the band of their hats is now I legal Philippine Island area 1944 and

Goodwine, Albert Holmes, Leroy t for the twenty-seven women 1945.

Hudson, James Lacy, Harmon commanders and two captainsnow
Completing a total of 35 mis
Leviner, Clarence M.ay, Gaunce on active duty who have
sions during this period, Ferre
McCully, Almond Murphy Jr., 4 S been unauthoritatively doing this. participated in hazardous flight
Willie Pace, Francis Palmer, Ed- Optional wearing of white socks
over an active combat area and
win II. Regan, Clifton Reed Al- with-. undress. -white uniforms of was especially commended on his
phonso Robinson, John Vinyard, enlisted men has been extendedto skill and courage.
Henry Simmons, F A, Von Eber- Jan. 1, 1956, in order to use

stein. up present stocks.Attachments medals to be worn have been rev
r------------
Helen Notter from Administration such as battle moved.

wa also presented with a stars maybe worn to the left of Gray gloves will be worn with'

__ ________________________mm____ ._ the ribbon centerline of medalsIn the service dress blue uniform

100-PERCENTERS-For the first time since the school was cases of five medals on a single only when prescribed and is no

established seven months ago, a student received a perfect (trade bar to avoid concealing stars under longer mandatory. Khaki web
SOS in Atomic, Bacteriological and Chemical Warfare School at NATT- the next overlapping medal belts only are authorized with
Center. He is Calvin niansit, -AEC shown here using a Geiger
Counter on the wristwatch of ChRoin Jack Spurting of the Security of higher* precedence Restrict khaki uniforms; doing away' with
t dlviiion, to detect radio-activity. 'do"os on number- .. miniature the present khaki': clolh belt.'
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Drops 10,530

A 45,000 drop In Armed For-
SALTY HUMOR FROM r t5b ces strength is shown duringthe

HERE AND THERE month of February, accord- ,
Easter Sunday found service ing to preliminary reports.

"Why is ]love like a mushroom women of both barracks donning Total military strength on
?" Feb. 28 was 3,158,141 as con-
to-
their new outfits and heading
"I don't know. Why is ]love ]likea b ward the Station chapels to at- trasted to the January 31 totalof
mushroom?" 3,203,577.
tend services. Watching the Easter Navy strength on Feb. 28
"Because you don't know
the topside lounge was estimated at
from 688,7,88
parade a dropof
whether it's the real thing until
it's t loo late." windows, one couldn't help notic- 10,530 from the January 31
ing the Lady Marines new summer figures. Navy enlistments for
uniforms. They really looked the month showed 10,743 of
She: You look very downhearted -
sharp. which 6,809 were new recruits
.
: Girls who couldn't be home and 3,934 were reenlistments.The .
He: Yes, my wife has been with their families over the holiday Marine strength for

away six weeks and she's just weekend supplied their own February was 214,797 as opposed -

come bac'k.Shc enjoyment. Weekend trips, pic- to 217,366 of the previous

: And docs that make you nics and Open House at Mayport I month. New recruits in this

unhappy? kept the gals busy as bees over : service totalled 1,155, while
__________ _-.n.nn.nmn n....._ re-enlistments showed 547.
He: Well, I told her I spent all Saturday and Sunday.Longdistance

my evenings at home. Today the WAVE l'JSTOLEERS-Three Wave officers at NATTCenter telephone calls
receive Instructions in small arms from Daniel Lowe, AOC. Left I
bill came-and it's ] 50
light only
one'sfamiJy
and, few words spoken to
a
to right are: Ensign Mary Anderson, Ensign Marianne Somers,
i'en Is. and. Lt. (U jg) Dorothy Wagner. I brought service women mwmYour
\ I and the folks at home a special

lie; "You seem to look shelter Easter joy

in that bathing suit. Scenic Trips Arranged *

She: "It's just that you men "No thanks' ; I'll stand I'm +
look longer." For Personnel Here just a wee bit stiff and sore." MI

These are the results many of
"I've heard that jour wife is a Through trips offered by the Waves are feeling after n few I
I Sanford, AMI, is in chaifieof
finished singer." Special Services on Saturdays days of softball practice. The fu
the
tour
"Well, not yet, but the neighbors and Sundays Naval program. ture pros may be stiff but they libraries are located for

almost got her last night." and Marine Corps personnelat never miss a practice. A wordo your convenience and comfort,

Naval Air Station arc To Establish OCS For f encouragement shipmates, The three libraries have similar

The modern girl would rather taking in the scenic and Pilot Training nothing lasts forever not even basic collections with additional
have beauty than brains because educational sights in North aches and pains
material to meet
Enrollment of your specialized:
Florida. college graduates -
the average man can see beater. .0.
for OCS aviator- inteicsts. You will find non-
a new
than he can think. Weekly trips lire made to training program, and stopped- Shirley DeLavergne, SN, com fiction and technical material for

Florida's famous Silver recruitment f Na'Cads pany commander of the Waves all phases of: study for pleasureand
up 0 ,
The pert lady lion tamer was Springs, and on alternate at Airman Preparatory School, profit.Of .
plus raising of age ]limits for
cheered by the crowd as she weekends, tours of Marine- will be discharged tomorrow after there best
pilots in the Organized Reserve course arc secrnnd
called a lion over to take a land historic
museums/ four years of service. DeLavcigne
excellent selection of
units no-
an
pay are among steps
lump of sugar right from her landmarks: at St. Augustine member of the All-Navy
was a
,
taken by the Navy to increase vels, biographies, sports, western,
mouth. But remained du-
one and to Daytona IJeach, Wave basketball champions and
its reserve of pilots. mysteries, etc. Books'!, magazine
bious. }home of speedboat and auto played] three years with NATTC available
With all indications pointingto and newspapers are to
Bystander: "Huh, that's noth- racing, are scheduled. and NAS. She plans to attend
air the deterrent need and mood
power as major answer every -
I ing. Tickets can be purchased to aggression in the Far school after leaving the Navy. and the mood now is Springtimewith
Enthusiast (angry): "Would She will be succeeded in her AN-
at the NATTCenter Navy
East, the Navy is taking no fancies awhirl.
dare
you do that Exchange during noon and chances of being caught short P post by Pat Ashcraft, TNSN. *
Bystander: "Sure I could do
,
wcn'as after working hours. The Other proposed inducements Six Waves reported this weekto The- Young: Man's Fancy: For
it as the lion
can
St. Augustine' trip is 25 to young men to enter Naval Airman Preparatory School] this traditional clement of the

She: "I shall return everythingou cents, Silver Springs, 50 Reserve aviation arc: ten-year ,All airmen apprentices, they are: season, try He-Manners (Loeb);

have ever given cents, and Daytona Beach active duty contracts, with a Angelina DiBartolomeo, Kathryn Your Dating Days (Landis);
> me
75 cents. $10,000 bonus at the end of the Dodson, Janyce Parker, Barbara Courtship, Engagement And Mar-
He with
: "Begin the kisses.
Lunches are provided and tour; allowing newly commis- Newton, Marion Hixon, Kathryn riage (Burgess); The Great Out-

The Buses leave the Exchange at sioned Organized Reserve Staudacher, and Ruth Bradshaw. doors: Natural Golf (Snead):

their first newlyweds dinner party.were"Go giving on, 0900 for all trips. Harold pilots to finish: their obligated Also reporting in is Lucy Turner. Complete Guide To Spinning

dear; carve the turkey," whispered Little Boy (looking at new service near their homes; anda Recovering at the Naval Hos- Tackle (Thommen); Popular Net-

the loyal young wife "You baby, who is crying loudly): "It possible lowering of mini- pital this week are Jan Hucrta, craft (Ludgate); 12 Lessons To

know exactly how to do it from it true that she came from heaven mum educational requirements SN; Jo Midkiff, SA; and Joy Better Golf (Turnesa); Field and
the directions in the book." ?" to permit certain high school Shradcr HM1.Ass't Track Illustrated; How To Build
graduates to be trained as Baer)
Fireplaces And Barbecues (
"
"Of
I do
course came the Nurse: "Yes, Freddie _
troubled] answer. "Only I can't Boy: "No wonder they put her Naval aviators if other pro- and we have the cookbooksto
grams fail. make you the finest chef in
find any of the dotted lines. out! Supply
town!

Post Goes To The Hobby Is Building; No

matter whether it is a bookshelfor

. Comclr. Koch the whole house, we have
books to help. Improve Your

Comdr. John B. Koch, Supply Home With Built-Ins (Scharff);
Officer aboard the carrier USS How[ To Build Fences And Gates;

Lake Champlain for the past 19 House Carpentry And Joinery

months, will relieve Comdr. Ed- (Burbank) Cabins And Beach

ward J. Bryant this Friday as Houses; How To Build FireplacesAnd

cContrfbe assistant Supply Officer, NAS Lawn Furniture; Beat Build-
Jax. ing In Your Own Back Yard.
iaystakc pa aC qn ONC AND O PR12Ef S .
Comdr. Koch entered the Naval
The Gardener Southern Gar
JAr Reserves as a Ltjg( ) (AVS) in :
:c ZaM e 1938, after having been engagedin dening (especially good for problems -
the aviation accessory business ] in this area); ABC of the

in Los Angeles. In 1946 he transferred Orchard Culture; LandscapingYour

into the Regular Navy at Home; Anyone Can Grow
his rank Roses; Building Plant Shelters
present and at the same
time transferred from the Line to And Garden Work Centers:

the.Supply Corps. Soon thereafterhe Vacation And/Or Moving; How

attended the Navy Supply To Drive And Stay Alive; High- .

Corps School and the Armed For- way 40 (Stewart); Miami U. S

ces Staff College A. (Muir); ,Standard GuilTc To

From 1951 to Mexico And The Caribbean (Mar
1953 he was attached -
to the BuAer general re- tin); Shopping All Over The

presentative office at Wright-Pat World (Yates) and many othersto

terson Air Force Base, Dayton, I help you plan the trip; esti
I mate and collect information
mileage
Ohio. On completion of this duty

---- he was ordered to the Lake for sightseeing. or shopping -

Champlain, joining the .
EARLY BIRDS-Every charity campaign has its early birds and this group of top level supervisors Korean waters in ship in For The Armchair Or The
from Public Works department rate the call here at NAS Jax. All contributors of their the Far East.
recommended share in the Navy Jacksonville Charity Drive, these men accept their pledge (See Photo Page 1). Hammock: for adventure in comfort
cards from Jle & hell Lee. At the same time they are eligible to win the new 1955 Ford sedan pic Qataban And Sheba tells of
lured 'here. Left to right are: John Vineyard; lien Dorhrell: Lawrence Boyer; Frank McKinley) : an archeaeoligical treasure huntin
Ie; E. L. Griffin; Willie Dauphin, and Robert Garth. SOS ,, South Africa.I .






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Learn To Recognize OFFIC E1ssC


Cancer's Sevcn


1IeI Danger SignalsIn

its public education programfor

military and'civilian person

nel, the American Cancer Society usCalendar
lists the seven danger signals

and urges everyone to learn to

recognize them.
Of Events(
1. Any sore that does not heal.
Lunch served daily 11301330.
2. A lump or thickening in the Dinner served daily 18002030. I

breast or elsewhere. Friday 15th Happy Hour at .
3. Unusual bleeding or discharge leoo-iaoo;

Saturday 16th Stars end Bars.
O'a
,r \ :+ 4. Any change in a wart or party for bachelor officers -
Nk mole. sponsored by the Jacksonville

5. Persistent indigestion or difficulty chapter of the Stars and Bars of

in swallowing. America .(sometimes called the

6. Persistent hoarseness or Gold Braid U. S. 0.) Dancing to

r kr Amr R a cough. the music of Johnny Jelinek and

7. Any change in normal his orchestra from 9 until 1.
bowel habits. Sunday 17th Sandwich lun-

These symptoms may not mean cheon 1100-1700; Buffet dinner

cancer, but anyone of them should 18002030. .
always mean a visit to a physician Monday 18th Club closed ',

i''r r wlSf Tuesday 19th Game night,
v
now playing 18 games per night, ;
k Senator SeekingGI four tables of prizes and 1 giant

: jackpot as an added attraction,
Bill ExtensionSen.
Bourbon ) I
the Jackpot. Calling '
...:;:;w..f __,JUIl, :[t.. .__ _. _b _.__:____I Hubert Humphrey (D- starts at 2030.Wednesday :

FIVE WARSHIPS AT l\IAYPORT-Thls is the scene from the air taken by NAS photographers Minn.) has introduced a measure 20th Bargain
from a helicopter of the Mayport basin: with five warships docked at one time. The battleship extending: the educational benefits night in the dining 1'0011I1nr-
New Jersey in the center dwarfs the' other vessels, all of which held open house to the public last of the GI bill to cover all those becued beef or Italian Spaghetti -:1
weekend. Top is the destroyer USS Flske; next is light cruiser USS Worcester; center is the USS
inducted enlisted into the
New Jersey; and at bottom are the submarines USS Tigrone and USS Burrfish. It marks the first or with hot sauce. All you can cat (
time that so many vessels have visited Alayport at one time. Armed Forces until July 1, 1959. for a dollar and the price in- ,

cludes the complete meal. This
,
m "
M ;nrrwn} ;} '
Kk rxn >}Ygoa ?F'srru$: i h@X4r
DAV Chapter Tt>sscs P 0 }' '"}' .. y Wednesday evening special din-
': )i'y has made friends and
ner many
Down Welcome Mat .a >\ : r/., } ., ,.,
a:, : '. o;;;, tM t'q.%, they arc coming back for more
Writing and reading rooms, Arthur Murray dancing studiois

free checking for parcels and still giving dancing lessons on .

baggage, a recreation hall,and Wednesday evening at 2030. Thereare

a canteen arc some of the features Ii T /' .. .. h YY k 1ti>' classes for beginners and ad-

being offered to all ser Chiefs: are eating high on the vanced students. Enroll any Wed
vicemen in the Jacksonville these Mrs. nesday evening.
hog at the club days. .
area-by the Disabled Veterans, Johnson has been really feedingfor Thursday 21st Family hourat

Chapter No. 1, as it opens re- just 35 cents at noon. The the bar, select bar drinks at

modelled and redecorated club club also has a six-bit special reduced prices for the officers
rooms at 16 E. Duval Street. and their ladies. .
each night that is really good.
The invitation to take advantage -
Take it from who knows
one you .. Ladles Luncheon
of these conveniences is can't cat this cheaply at home I Wed. 20th Doctors Wives luncheon -

part of a program in which ("Scotty" says, I live aboard andI : I ; 0 & It Wives luncheon;
the Disabled Veterans hope to know.) VP-16 Wives luncheon; NAItTU

make men of all services feel The new patio bar is about t # Wives> luncheon; Air Group 17
at home while they. arc in finished and will be ready this Wives luncheon.

Jacksonville. A turkey dinneron summer, in fact it will be open Thurs. 21st VP-3 Wives lun- I

Saturday evening for the for the patio dance. I d cheon; VC-C2: Wives luncheon;
benefit of the group's welfare The club wants to thank all a av x VP-5 Wives luncheon; Air Group

funds will be the first signifi- Chiefs and Master Sergeants: for _, .. _... YH.W.'''_. ''____'Y.' '''''____.'_W _',,.,._..... ..n.. Three Wives luncheon.
cant function held in the new the help at the club and for what lUG AT'fItACTION-Thousands of people) estimated at 40,000, Special Note. There arc still a
headquarters. All servicemenare attended the open house ceremonies at Alayport\ last weekend.
members to do. few tickets left for the .
Magnolia
are trying .
Center of attraction, along: with the lllue Angels, was the big battleship
invited. Don't forget the patio danceon USS New Jersey. A steady, long line of visitors boardedthe Jail on a first come first served-
Previously open only on the April 16. The band is good, nil J, and other ships. The open house was considered one basic. The Annual Magnolia Ball
meeting nights, the club rooms have dinner and then dance. of the most. successful undertakings of its kind in Jacksonville. formal and proper, is the only
will now be open from 0800 to Prizes at bingo this week are -- formal affair of the spring season. (

1600 daily. Many books and out of this world. Eligibility Lists Tightened The ladies plan for it weeks ahead !1 1
magazines as well as amuse- and the gents break out their

ments are available to all. -- newest blues or finest whites. Mr.

9 Davis has planned an enticing
For Fleetwide August ExamsWith dinner of Delmonico Steaks table

To Gut Waves d'1 hotc. Get tickets now while

only top qualified personnel competing, August they are still available.

Officer 1 dates and requirements for fleet-wide exams for advancement A new attraction on game nightis
CorpsThe in rating have been announced by BuPers promotion the Bourbon Jackpot. Three

officials who that "advancements in ratings times during the evening a drawing -
reduction of the Wave I warn many are
F becoming highly competitive." will be held from the O'Club
Officer Corps from 528 active
card numbers on file in the office.If .
Duty Reserve officers and 361 Tests will be held in all ratingsin for promotion to E-6( in the fol- the member is present, he wins r

Regulars to approximately 100 pay grades E-4 through E-6. lowing: BM, TM, GM, CS, PI, the jackpot. If not present another

Reservists and 500 Regulars by Possession of appropriate Navy EN, ME, AD, AO, AM, PR, HM, bottle is added to the jackpot
Classification Code will
June 30, 1957 is part of the gen- Enlisted DT, and SD. .
be necessary before personnel can .
oral cut-back in the Navy's personnel -
be recommended as a participant Navy Safely Man
strength.The The Schedule for the August
in the testing, it was directed.
over-all 300-rcduction of examinations is as follows: E-4,
N The Code will show qualificationsequal Named ChairmanSpero
active duty strength will be made Tuesday, Aug. 9; E-5, Tuesday,
for the
to those required
j through normal attrition. grade level for which the in Aug. 16; E-6, Tuesday, Aug. 23. Tassopoulos, safety engineer -
pay A special qualifying exam will at NATTCenter has been
,
Recruitment of enlisted Waves examined.
dividual is being
be given to sailors holding the
selected chairman of the Jacksonville
has 150 -
dropped from 300 to per .
4rr. 0 FC rating for change to >FT: in
month in keeping with the phased Area Federal Safety Council..
. reduction of active duty person Although tests will be given equal pay grade. All FCs will Charles Abel, safety supcrinten-

nel strength. With the average for all ratings FC, PI, and AL to have to take it. dent of the Naval Air Station, was

Wave enlisted strength set at 6,100 be consolidated with other rat- Exams will also be held for named vice-chairman.
!
for the fiscal year 1956, beginning ings), tight quota'restrictions change in equal pay grade from The council consists of safety

July 1, cuts in personnel won'tgo MORE OF MORENO Rita !I will be applied on certain rates AL to AT, from PI to LI and for specialists from various federal .

much beyond the 6300 on Moreno, an up and coming: due to either an excess on boardin change to GS, GF,, and AQ. Qua! activities in this district.
active duty on January I, Hollywood temptress, always either the rate or rating, or in ificd personnel may take both the The group was established to
sits this way when posing for the entire pay grade, the directive test for the change in equal pay work with and assist the Secretary -

photographers, because It's good states. grade and for advancement in the of Labor in the developmentand
The noisy old car drove up to
the toll bridge. for her posture. Rita's postureis Specific ratings in which com- new rating. For instance, an eli maintenance of adequate and

"Fifty cents shouted the gate- so good that her option has petition will be particularly rugged -, gible PI2 may .be tested for the effective safety organizations and
,
been renewed by 20th CenturyFox were not listed; exams however change to LI2 rating and also for programs in Federal department
man. next In '
and she'll appear" were not given\ In February fidvnncemcnt to LI1. and aconcjes.; '
"Sold driver. Cities of Gold.
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Rods and'Nimrods Eight Clubs Jr-Sr Golfers Vie


/% ? \ -- In Sunday MeetThe
Set ForCenter
Some very nice reports of I j; NAS Golf Course' is

fishing for last weekend were sponsoring a Junior Senior

received today. <, ..:, Play tournament to be held Sunday,.

Mrs. Jeanette West and her April 17' at 1300.Participants .

husband, Joe West of 0 & R, will be placed
i. With Aviation Electrician's into
two age bracketts. All
fished in Lake George with bull .
Mate .School Clas A as defending
head minnows and caught 11 bass. entries twelve years of age and
Jeanette as usual outfished her champion, eight teams are entered over will go the full 18 holes.

husband. in the NATTCenter intramural Any golfers: under .the 12yearage

softball \Jeague which opened play group will only' shoot 9
Red Neal of 0 & R and party this week. holes.

boated three black bass averag- a .
Included in the- entries- are two The tournament will bea ,
ing 3 pounds each in Santa Fe
teams from Aviation Ordnanceman medal play with low scorer
Lake They used spinning e
with*shinners. gear School,, two from Electri for the day taking the trophy.
cian's Mate School, Aviation All entries will be made at

Mr. Hugging and Mr. Wilsher Storekeepers, NAWS School), Air- the golf shack prior to tee-off

of 0 & R caught the limit of > man Preparatory School, First time.

speckled perch in the Lake N Lieutenant-Special Services.

George area. STARTERS-Bob Radloff (left) and Bill Richards, Infielders, Frank FosbenAer, pitcher and'
There are some very good re- are starters for the NATTCenter baseball combination which has is the only veteran Tennis Men.Win
manager& re
The team is of
ports that the bream are being entered City League competition comprised
sailors and Marines from the Training Center turning to the champion Electra'
caught in Lake Griffin and nearly cians.

everyone gels the limit. List Mainsiile Other team Bob
Meet For Swimmers Managers are
This Is the time of year to get Backlund, AO-A; Matt Kurilich. Three

your deep freezer filled up with Possible In May IM ScheduleThe AOB( ); Carl Strum, AEB( );
bream and bass, so go fishing ,
Richard IIendrickson, AKA)
;
Special Services has
announced

and let us hear from you. that an opportunityfor Mainside Intramural Soft- Cecil Monroe, ANP); and Don In A RowJax

Best times for fishing this all swimmers to show their ball League opened its season Hampton, Lst Lt-SS.

weekend are as follows: Tuesday, with results unavailableat
skill and ability is being set
Saturday, 16 0600 to 1030. for the latter part of May if press time. Here is the week's Fasron 109.Yorktown. I: Navy varsity tennis team
and 1600 to 1915. schedule: Field Operationsvs
service personnel interest is came into it's own over the week-

Sunday, 17 0600 to 1130 I and high enough.Definite Albermarle(Thursday FieldNARTU, April 14)) VP-5. i I end to show good form in defeating -
vs Saratoga Field FAW-11 vs
1600 to 1915. date of the meet has I
VP16. Hospital. Patrick Air Force Base, Con-
(News for this column can be not been decided as yet, butit I
Yorktown Field FAETU vs Enterprise Field ComFairJax cordia Seminary, and the Univer.
submitted through Bob Brown, will be in the latter partof
VP-18. vs Communications I sity of Mississippi.
extension 535, Accessories division May.
Saratoga Field a 1 VW-4 vs Hospital Field eo- Supply vs
0 & R.) Seven events will make up Downing Patrick Air i Force

the meet and they are as fol Operations. VP16. Base 7-0 Friday the
raqueters
lows: 50 yard free style, 50 Enterprise Field B 0 Q vs All games" will begin promptly

linksmen yard back stroke, 50 yard FAW-11. at 1615. Due to a shortage of came home to continue their
Top Field BC-62 Com winning streak against Concordia
breast stroke, 100 yard free Hospital vs umpires, some games will be
FairJax. Seminary Saturday, 7-0, and 01'Miss
style, 150 yard medley indivi- played at J930. The teams con-
.
dual, 200 yard relay and fancy (Tuesday, April 19)) cerned will be notified if a changein 7.0Saturday
Patrick AFB diving. Albemarle Field VP-18 vs the schedule takes place. I the Jax netmen playa

-- -- -- return match with the Univer- .

sity of Georgia. Georgia is con-
Ocean Sailor Wins I 1955 Basketball All-Stars -I sidered One of the South's better
SanfordJax
HAS teams and Jax Navy will bout
All-Navy Bowling
to avenge an earlier 5-4 loss. I

Navy's power-packed golf\ Aviation mechanic Lloyd James s.. Summary: Jax vs. Patrick Air

fired an eight-game total of 1,544 Force:
team added two more victories I
pins to win the singles crownin Singles: Wilson (N) defeated
to its list with clear-cut decisionsover
the first All-Navy bowling Bill (P), 5-7,6-1, 6-3; Sobieraj (N)
Patrick Air Force Base and tournament at Great Lakes, 111. defeated Mellon (P), 6-0, 6-1;

Sanford Navy last week. The NAS Oceana, Va. sailor Candland *(N) beat Denton (P)

The Fliers beat Patrick 22tto topped a field of 10 best bowlers 6-0, 6-0; Johnson (N) defeated

4!, with Navy's Lou Brozo low from eight: statewide and overseas Bloecher (P), 6-0, 6-0.

with 70. The duo of Joe commands. Aviation Electronicsman .
man a d3 Doubles: Candland and John
I J R. St. John of ComTwelve ;
McDonald 'and Lou Chaff beat I
son (N) defeated Mellon and

TerryAskounis, 8 to ?. Frank finished second with 1,518, while :; Bloecher (P), 6-1, 6-2j; Curtis and
Louis aviation machinists
Heyer and Lou "Brozo downed Sauver, Anderson (N) beat Denton and

Reed-Norris, 8-1 Jax Navy's mate from NAS Minneapolis, wjx' Chiles (P), 6-0, 6-0. ..

Chuck Summitt and Dick Strader Minn ran"a close third with 1,515 Jax vs. Concordia Seminary:

defeated Patrick's Fowler-Nail Singles: Candland (N) beat Huber -

6-3. pins.Center (C), 6-0, 6-0; Johnson (N)

Against Sanford the Fliers piledup Club defeated Heins (C), 6-3, 6-1; Cur-

a 2H -2 margin. 'The Navy tis (N) defeated Beck (C), 6-0,

team of Hcyer and Brozo dumped 6-2; Anderson (N) beat Mitschk

Sanford's Williams and Foulk, In CitySoftball r as.5t a (C), 6-2, 6-3, Willis (N) defeated

8-1. McDonald and Barrow Kratzke (C), 6-0, 63.

(Navy) beat Russetta-Moore, 8HH -
Doubles: Wilson and JohnsonN
.; Strader-Summitt ( Navy ) 21 r !- W ( ) defeated Huber and Heins

downed Malnke-Razsor (Sanford) : b S C6;;y __ (C), 6.2, 6-0; Anderson and Willis

80. Lou Rrnio was again low Still undetermined on entry In- (N) beat Mitscke and KratzkeC

with a par 72. s ___ NThe ( ), 6-0, 6-0.
to the Commercial or the City 3 __ a:

League, the NATTCenter Marine Jax vs. .University of Mississippi -
softball team under Coach Frank :
Air News Needs
Fosbenner will open play next
Singles; Sobieraj (N) beat El-

Sports EditorThere week. B liott (M), 6-3, 6-0: Wilson (N)
of the Com-
Winners last year
------ defeated Williamson 6-1
-
I (M) 6-4, ;
mercial League title, the joint
may be a danger that 1955 Armed Forces Press Service All-Star Basketball Teamis Candland (N) beat Milligan (M)
reports and accounts of athletic sailor-marine nine early this week truly representative of the top players in the Armed Forces. More j 6-2, 6-0; Johnson (N) defeated
had not yet been assigned a lea than 350 outstanding cagers were nominated in a world-wide poll of
endeavors of the units Dawson
M
many ( ), 6-4, 6-2; ThompsonN
by the Jax 'Recreation De- service and civilian sportswriters and service coaches.
aboard the station may be cut gue First Team ( ) beat Day (M), 6-4, 6-3; Curtis

to the barest details. partment. POSt Servo Team SchoolF (N) beat Little (M), 6-1, 60.
The Jax Air News has been Coach Fosbenner put out in Cliff Fagan USAF Andrews AFB, Md. Kentucky
urgent call for softball pitchersand F Larry Hennessy USA Ft. Eustfc, Va. VillanovaC Doubles: Sobieraj and WilsonN
unable to fill the vacancy of catchers at NATTCenter. Ernie Beck USN Bainbridge NTC, Md. Pennsylvania ( ) defeated Elliott and MilliganM

sports editor and one assistantto The squad lines with Wally G Dick Groat USA Ft. Belvoir, Va. DukeG ( ), 6-0, 6-l; Candland and John.
cover the many activitiesin up Richie Regan USMC Parris Island, S. C. Seton Hall N
son ( ) beat Williamson and
Rivers, NATTC; Henry Powell, SecondJTeam DayM
athletics and recreation. TraFac; and Lefty Allen, MAD; Pos. Player Serv Team SchoolF ( ), 6-1, 6-2; Curtis and Willis
A good part of the honor as outfielders. Dave Richardson, Lou Tsioropoulos USAF Andrews AFB, Md. Kentucky (N) defeated Dawson and Little
and prestige that comes to an F Bob Williams USAF Sheppard AFB, Tex. Florida A&MC (M), 8-1, 61.WEEKEND.
NA-
AE School, Ib; Bill Wallace,
individual and his unit, is the"play" Fred lehle USA't. Dix, N. J. LaSalleG
received in of TIC, 2b; Bill Thornberg, AE Ron Perry USMC Quantico, Va. Holy Cross
reports School, ss; and Bill Garland, AE G Sid Cohen USA 6th Armored Cav., Ger. None TIDE
the contest.If .
School, 3b, will make up the
Honorable
the huge athletic programand Mentions HIGH LOWam
( it is huge) is to receiveits Marines infield. Don Byrd, Ft. Belvoir; Don Tucker, Great Lakes NTC, III.; James
For a battery'he has Chuck Paxson, Ft. Knox, Ky.' Bill McCullum, Lockbourne AFB, Ohio; Ken' pm am pm
just due in newspaper coverage Pless, \TT /catcher end Don Leslie, San Diego NT Calif.; Richie Guerin, Quantico; John Clune,. Fri. 1:14: 1:45: 7:28: 7:41:
I the JaxAir News must : tvO&l and rSherman, Dover ;AFB, Del.; Ernie Warlick, Bolling AFB, D. C.; Jerry Mo-c,1 Sat. 2:09J: ,,2:42: 8:25: 840;
find a sports editor. I boHt Isner rVUDet{clay 1 PhibLantFJt; Jim O'Brien, Camp Gordon, Ga.; and Chuck Stovesky,I Sun. 1223; 3:40.: ( 9:20: 9:46I :
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13-Pound Bass AFPS SPORTS


Top Catch In t RoundupFess


Fishing Contest
Parker, star of the movie

Louis Royal, Of Ordnance Shop, ] "Davy Crockett, King of the Wild

Overhaul and Repair department, Frontier," developed a keen interest

copped first prize in the men's in skeet shooting while in the

division of the March competitionin f Navy during WWII Rear

the Civil Service Black Bass k, 'f. \ t'n t Adm. Morton C. Mumma, USN

Fishing Contest. $ (Ret.), was elected president of

Over 30 entries were filed during the National Rifle Association at

the month. r- r-t--- its 84th annual convention in

Royal snagged his 13 pound, Washington, D. C. Pfc. Daryl

2 ouncer in Dixie County, on rod Spencer, former N Y Giant in-

and reel with live shiner. He fielder, recently visited his team..

wins a Pfleuger reel. t. mates in Dallas, Texas He is cur

DOROTHY WI1IDDON, wife of rently managing the Ft. Sill,

D. R. Whiddon, shop superintendent Okla, baseball team.

of 0 & R, won the women's BOWLING\ WINNERS ndsme trophies went t. the winners and runners-up of the all-station It's no secret that the Cana
division prize. Her eight pound bowling championship, won by Airman School of NATTCenter, which defeated YF-43, Main dians have had a powerful guided
bass was caught in Lake Warner side representative.' The trophies Here presented<< in ceremonies by Capt. John S. mach NAS Jax: missile at Montreal for the past!
commanding officer. Left to right are J. R. Dierker, skipper of VF-43;, Chief J.Y.. Gilbert, team
with glass rod and live shiner. captain, VF-43; Captain 'ihacli; M/Sgt. John Burner, team captain of ANP( ) School and Lt. Ed 13 years. Goes by the name of
She also wins a reel! servUes' Maurice "The Rocket" Richard
Stacey sped.il officer of NATTCenter. or
1. ___ ,___ .
Gary Purcell, son of Bill Purcell i I Mr. Hockey Jesse L. Dow,

of 0 & R walked off with 1 Center Baseball director of athletics at the New

the iluldien's pike \\ith a catch haven State Teachers College in

of 5 pounds, 13 ounces at Brewer's Squad Ready For i iI Connecticut, is a lieutenant com-
]landing, with rod and shiner He mander in the Navy reserve .

likewise wins a reel. I I II The 15th annual Los Angeles Coliseum -
League OpenerIn Relays featuring 14-
The monthly entry drawing ;)I a
event will be
run on
prize, with the winner drawn I I a final practice game before program
May 20 Don't look now but
from the hat, went to R W. Kin- the opening of the JacksonvilleCity
Dodger skipper Walt Alston seems
man of Shop 500, 0 & R. Kinman : League, the NATTC baseball S
4 VT
to' be worried about strikeout
brought up a 10 pound, 8 ounce team will meet) the Post Nine .
king Karl Spooner and his sore
bass out of Ponte Veida lagoon, Generals Friday night on the
shoulder itts. The welter
new
spinning rod and Woodstock diamond at 2000 To'Make Bid
using pau-pau.
Crackerj'ax champ of the world, Tony De-
plug. He wins a reel. Next week NATTCenter opens
I Marco, turned pro when he was'
I its league !season': Recreation' Department -
PRIZES: FOR the month of only 17 Fri. Ralph Miller of
April will be an,ice box for men's officials were to draw For Jax Softball CrownLimbering Ft. Carson won the national giant
up the schedule this weekend. I
and women's winners, and rod Coach Chuck Dawson probably slalom on Barrier Mountain in
for children's division and month. I. Seattle, Wash. Jim Westbrook
will use Bill Richards and Bob I for its debut in Jacksonville Girl's City League,
ly drawing.The up added a story book finish to the
Black Bass Fishing Contest Radloff in Friday. night's practicetilt I the Waves Crackcrjax Softball combine begins to take shape.In Sixth Army cage playoffs. His
his starter Marine
Committee meets at Building 907 Frank, saving Jankunis ace for next Tues the past NATTCenter and field goal at the final gun gave

at 0900 on the seventh day of day's Mainside clubs have entered the Boxing TonightTen Ft. Lewis, Wa&K, a 65-63 win over

each month. If the date falls on 15-man opener.A squad now makes City softball league as two sep- Ft. Ord, Calif., in the finals.
up bouts are on tonight'sintercompany
erate forces. NATTCenter in 54 Retired hove
a non-working day, the meeting the joint sailor-marine NATTCenter boxing smoker Army personnel
is held the next work day. copped second place while the been invited to compete in the
I team which will the uni-
use between Marines at the Naval Air
NAS held down third. It is
gals
senior divisions of the All-Army
Eligible fishermen are reminded forms of last year's Jax Navy II Technical Training Center.
that through the combined
hoped and tennis tournaments
golf by
I that all entries each month Fliers the
I varsity during coiningcampaign. First bout starts at 2000 in
efforts of both squads playing
have A. Gen. Floyd L. Parks, CG,
an equal chance to win .
a King Hall
in the I under the Jax Crack rjax,banner, Second Army. Both tourneys will
prize monthly drawing. I
> I they can bring home the city ---- be held concurrently at Ft.

crown. Meade, Md, Aug. 1.5 There's
Daly Way Pace : Pcnsacola Cops Tryouts were held until April VC-62 Vies another Santee in the news. He's .

I 13 when Coach Matt Kurilich Bob Santee, coach of the Marine '

Eastern CrownSixth made his first official cut. For nine a Quantico, Va.
ANP( ) KeglersFred City
Naval District cham Thirty station lasses came out CPO Ken Pendergras of the

Daly and Max Way paved pion NAS Pensacola captured to compete during the tryout HonorsVC Jacksonville NAS, Fla., blasted

the way all season to lead Airman the All-Navy Eastern Basketball season. 198 targets out of 200 to win the

Preparatory School to the NAT- Tournament aj} Great The City League is made up of .62 will handle the task individual skeet title at the recent

TCenter intramural bowling ]league Lakes with a 108-85 triumphover six teams, including Seven-up, of representing 'the Naval Pan.Am Games Playing baseball -

title in addition to the All Atlantic Destroyer Forcein defending champion. for the Univ. of North Carolina -
Station laurels.] the finals. Expected to see a lot of dutyon Air Station this season in is Connie Mack Gravltte and

The Goshawks, who upset the mound for the Crackerjax the Jacksonville City for Rollins College, Connie Mack
Daly had individual !
for high game the Parris Island Marines in will be southpaw Fran Gray and League, which begins play Butler. Recognize the names? .
the season with a 225; Tiny
Carlson. Jean this week.
right-hander Ellen While in the Caribbean recently
Wilhorn of MarAvDet had high the 6ND played at ,Jar, came
series with 593, and "Flick" Flic- back from one defeat to win Larsen and Nan Ward are on The only team entered In a cage team from the carrier Ti-

ko, NAWS School had high in- the Eastern title. The Gosh- the catching end. the league from Mainside, conderoga whipped the Port-au-
,
dividual with awks previously won the Diana Fitzpatrick Mary Ann VC-62, led by ace pitcher Prince All-Stars, 50-39.
average a 170. and Jerri Gorsky will
Southeastern Conference tour- Hixson Don Glidewell, is out to Tommy Harmon, noted gridder,
Airman School tallied high hold down infield while in
posts
capture the trophy won last
ney by whipping Corpus sportscaster and WWII fighter pilot -
team game with 921; AOA School Christi. the outfield will be Pat Ashcraft, year by Fasron 109, another believes competitive sportsare
high series with 2166, and Air- Lupie Ortiz and a host of other NAS intramural stal--
a part of the training
-
There will be no All-Navy necessary
man School high average with worthwhile candidates. wart.
766. finals in basketball for 1954- for servicemen Officiating
55. than NAS CECIL Field will is right up M/Sgt. Arthur Blin-
Since 1949 more men women -
Individual Leaders: Flicko, 170; I of annually also be a strong contenderfor ro's alley. The Ft. Carson, Colo,
died
have cancer
Way, 166; Daly, 164; Wilhorn, 162; the City crown. soldier has refereed in eight foreign
Summit, 159; Clegg, 158; Burner,I I An American dies of cancer i American Cancer Society statistics The Station's Crackerjax countries and in 13 sports
show.
-154- and Balbach, 151. .- every--_two._minutes.- ----- ._- --. softball team will]] be a definite Glad to see Billy Maxwell\ ,
threat in the girls' former All-Army golf king, win

City league. Under the the Azalea Open Golf tourney in
I Tate Best All-Around Flier Cager? coaching of Matt Kurilichthe Wilmington, N. C.

.
I -. .---- Waves softball team Is
Was bouncing Dick Tate the records do not show any of them with the Fliers, the Richmond, predicted to give all oppon- Civilian Golfers

best all-around basketball hitting the bucket with consistency Ky. lad tallied 341 points in 125 ents a tough battle. .

player ever to wear a Jax like Dick. field goals, 91 free throws in 29 ENTRIES are still being Reveal WinnersThe

Navy Fliers' uniform? DICK IS NOT too tall as basketball games. In 53-54 Dick improvedwith accepted by the Jacksonville NAS Civilian Golf Club
but his nimbleness age to pile up 435 points on Recreation Department.
Thaty a question which may players go, has announced winners of the
bring an argument from some and ability to shake loosein 161 field goals and 113 free tosses For further information, handicap tournament held recently -

quarters. But this no one can and around the basket and for 29 games. playing regulations, team at Hyde Park course.

deny he was a sensation duringthe score against top competition, as I His three-season total for 89 contracts, phone or write:
mediocre teams-is the I is which is City i Recreation Depart Curtis Mann finished on top to
1954-55 season which saw the well as 'games 1,608 points,
Fliers suffer one of their poorer mark of a solid performer.Tate considered-a Jax Navy record. ment, 311 West Duval St., grab first prize; Andy Planey WM
the Fliers in scoring Jacksonville Phone EL 4 second, followed by Bob Doling
campaigns.One led Tate has played his last game -
Jim and
Morgan Ray Kennedy.
if certain. Dick is during the season just concluded 8331.
thing for the Fliers and is now return- Prizes have been awarded to all
i
one of the highest scorers this with 732 points, averaging 23.6
ing to civilian life. But his nameis winners.
station has seen if not the points per game for 31 games. He
highest. There may have been caged 258 field goals and 228 free bound to crop up in the report SOS The next tournament, expectedto
come star-studded wartime clubs throws. from the collegiate} basketball be match play, is ,tentativelyset !

representing the Fliers,' but the; DURING THE 32-55 eaiwpaign. front. for April 2 at Hyde Park.



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FOR RENT Hub Of Activity
1 bdrm furn gar apt avail Apr. ."
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15th, Ortega Blvd, Ev-92869

1 rm, bath, $10, 4326 Hercules, Spring has come.
,- boat left.There.
Ev-81729, Bragg Current activities at the
is also
sailboat in
one
3
Apt. unfurn. Wienecke, E1-C8175
Naval Air Station
fishing the fishing fleet for those who
3 bdrm turn 852 St. Clair
apt, ,
turn shack will bear this out. enjoy that type of outdoor sport.
2 rin apt, $50, 2324 Phyllis
St. Ev-74526. The fleet of 12 boats, to which Although the fishing shack is
open the around for business
5 rm unfurn house $75, 942 Jas- ? kickers can be attached, plus two year
the season officially
opens
mane Rd, Ev83076. rowboats are undergoing Spring when the swimming pools
3 furn 4327 Hiawatha open
rm gar apt, $65, overhauling under direction of

,Ev-98915. Ramon R. Wisher, AD3. On each up.When using the fishing boats
2 bdrm furn apt, (trailer), 8524
side of the boat is I with the kickers there is only
.. Matera Ave. 112-88244. midships, a
3 rm furn apt, Murray Hill, Ev- painted orange square in the one condition "you buy your
81760. center of which in black, is the own gas".
It is planned to sell fish bait
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2 rm turn apt, Lakcshore, Ev-9- craft's particular number. .
and some fishing this
gear sum-
4275. ........---.,'-. .,--.... _..-....,...., ....-----. Traffic by enlisted personnel mer at the fish shack and it if
4 rm furn apt, 2961 Sclma St., and others is heaviest in the
Ev-93925. [ READY FOR CUSTOMERS-Here's a general view of the weekends, Wisher pointed out. also planned construct a boat
pier and available boats at the Malnslde fish shack located onthe I ramp.It .
4 rm par furn apt, 6235 SeaboardAve St. Johns, at the foot of Ranger, Street. Trying their luck off The fishing shack is open at 0800 is emphasized that although

Ev-93440. : the pier are James Carroll, ADS and Eugene Holmes, SN. and by 0900 there is seldom a Navy personnel may use the boats

3 rms, Murray hill, Ev-93176. ., ., .... ;. .,. ..
all there is
4 4Ak : day, one restrictlon-
4 rm apt, 3684 HeJrick St, Ev- :., :.,.' ,: :: .; ,:
In boats
90766. Membership must be returned to the
shack by sunset.
Gar apt, 3684 Hedrick St., Ev-
90766. Blue Gross Shield : knT There is also restriction on the

,a:0!? fishing in the St. Johns River:
Furn apt, 2037 Herschel St. Ev74321. ;
"Keep out of the area in which

Plans Open Now the seaplanes operate".
3 rm furn apt, $50. 2363 Myra St. .

George. Enrollment in the Ins u r a n c e ..

4 apts, 1 & 2 bdrm $65-$75, one Group Plans of Blue Cross-Blue Four-Year P03s
at $50 efficency, 3664 Hedricks ,
Shield Is offered civilian employees
St., Ev81598. of Naval Atr Station in the 1955 Sgts. Get Travel

3 bdrm house, Ev-74895. annual membership drive beginning ,

FOR SALE this week, and closing on { Goods AllowanceThird
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3 bdrm home, $750 down ($46 per May 6.Present. i/

mo.) 5504 Arva Cir, Ev-81045. members will be allowedto class petty officers and

3 bdrm home, $2600 equity, 4679 make changes in coverage oft buck sergeants with more than

Tanbark Rd, Ev-80578, Lt.jg( ) heir 1 existing policies, such as four years service can now

Fassula. changing from single to family move both dependents and

22 ft. trailer, contact E. H. Allen contracts or adding Blue Shield household goods at government

ext. 419. benefits. expense, according to a new
3 bdrm home, $650 down, $46 a policy announced by Joint
Of the $92,706.54 paid: to Blue
5504 Arva Cir Ev81045.MISCELLANEOUS Travel Per Diem.
mo., ,
t Iross-Blue Shield in 1954, the
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p'' of Previous to April 1, 1955,
amount $92,371.24 was paid Out
"All! THIS IS THE LIFE"-There' nothing: like fishing for
Ride: wanted Main & Ashley for of members Incurredin only E-4s with seven or more
expenses relaxation. Ted Evans, AN, and Sam Travis AD3 snatch a few
Bldg. 902, wk hrs. 0730-1630 hospital, surgical! medical, and moments at noon-time to try their luck just off the pier at the years' service were thus privi-
ext. 8246 McMann. obstetrical costs, according to a station fish shack, where boats and equipment are available for leged; E-4s' with less time

Riders: wanted for West Coast statement made by the organiza- fishermen. could not move dependents and

trip, leave Apr. 19 to drive and Lion. were limited to 3,000 pounds ,

share expo contact J. C. Mapes, Procedure for applying for the SAFETYBox of goods.
ext. 8417. Thousands of first term E-4s
plans> is simple: Obtain an application -
due to this
card from Shop Personnel Score separate year can
re-enlist and move their fami-
Personnel
Supervisors, Offices,
Disabling Injuries' Through lies to next duty stations, and
NAVY WIVESCORNER or> the Employee Relations Office -
I Tuesday, April 12 if the latter are permanent can
Industrial Relations
Depart-
(By Armed Forces Press Service)
ment, Building 907. This Month 2 ship up to 4500 pounds of
The Hollywood Foreign Corres- This Year 2 household goods.

The regular bi-monthly meetingof pondents Assn. and Foreign Press Days Since Last The new policy, however,

Navy Wives Club was held Assn. presented Marlon Brandoan Lost-Time Accident 29 says that E-4s with less than
April 6 in the club house in award for the best performance four years are eligible neitherfor

Dewey Park. by a dramatic actor in 1954 dependent travel nor for

Linde Forsyth reported On Ad Rita Hayworth and husband scenes with both actresses in the household goods 'allowance, a

miral Crawford's visit to the Dick Haymes have formed their picture, introduced them as they restriction chiefly affecting E-

nursery, and how impressed he own company to produce films boarded a plane in .Los Angeles. 3s who previously qualifiedfor

was with it. starring Rita Warner Bros. The Navy Gets Francis" will the 3000.pound allowanceon

The club elected a new part! (Personnel are invited to visit director Billy Wilder is having be the sixth in Universal-Inter- reaching E-4 but who must

mentarian due to Thora Ring's the USO Servicemen's Club at three full-size functional modelsof national's popular series of talking now wait until they have com.

departure soon for Miramar. Ruth Monroe St. The Club is open Lindbergh's plane built for use mule comedies with Donald 0' pleted four years' service. All

Damon was elected to the office. from 0900-2330.) in "The Spirit of St. Louis." Connor starring ColumbIa's"The P03s eligible for the 3000-

The club presented Thora with ,Mona Freeman and Dorothy Long Gray Line" is reported pound movement as of March

the Lamp of Knowledge and a Thursday, April 14, Prize Malone, who play top roles in i to be the top movie grosser in 31 will remain eligible unless
night, dancing to records. I
chain to attach to her Navy Wives "Battle Cry," > Tokyo and has broken all recordsfor demoted.
Friday, April 15, 0800 games .
pin. met each other' Columbia productions in Japan -

It had been decided in a pre- and dancing. for the first NARTU Takes

vious meeting that the club Saturday, April 16 Open time when they Bette Davis, who has been away

would use ten dollars every house from 1400 to 2400; dancing. came to New ... from filmdom since 1952, has reported (Continued from Page 1))
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month out of the Not-New Shop Sunday, April 17, Coffee York for the x" v..a.1"v" "'('::0-... in at 20th Century-Fox to $100,000 goal.GETTING .

funds (which are solely for welfare hour then off to Church, free opening of the'' '.(i :.......!';'':',.t,{>>." play the role of Queen Elizabeth I OFF the late stad

work) to send needed articles refreshments then at 2000 a movie picture with i1fk, in the CinemaScope production In soliciting contributions were

to an orphanage In Korea. will be shown. Tab Hunter. '<::'j f' "Sir Walter Raleigh. The picture NAS Administration, reportinga
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Mary Cipolla, Chaplain, made Monday, April 18, Ping Pong The girls have .'' /; ', marks the second time in her 25- 37.7 per cent donated or

inquiries and it was decided to Instructions, with Frank Puska; no scenes to- itfi.N: ...;:'h{. year film career' that the actress pledged; the Mobile Training

send to Our Lady of the Sea Fencing with Don Oakes; skating, gethet 1 n the ;; i s <. has portrayed the British mon- Detachment, with 27.4 percent

Orphanage in Inchon, Korea. reduced rates; bowling. picture and fac fF arch. Richard Todd, Herbert Marshall ; and the Fuel Depot on

The St. Patrick's Day party wasa ; Tuesday, April 19, Dancing ed the cameras :
success and the highlight of the instructions, game night. at different Dot Malone When Irving Berlin's hit tune latter, however is of April 12,

evening was the entertainment Wednesday, April 20, Or- times. Hunter, who plays loveaaa "Count Your Blessings Instead of the latest unit to report.

Several of the husbands put on chestra night.Rhymes. Sheep" from the Paramount film, All contributions go to the
IAI P IIC IGIL il "f'IBIOIIH.I 45 charities in the
a style show wearing clothes from "White Christmas, won an Aca- represented
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? the women's section of the Not off theTimes7H lEE: L IN O.IAIU I k demy Award "Best Song" nomi- Jacksonville and Duval County
New Shop. 15 E'LI' N E. ORE nation, it became the 10th tune Community Chest-United Fund
At the next meeting to be held< G K) IE. OIA! T. GUN introduced by Biiif Crosby in a and to the local chapter of the
P N. AIS SIE RIT. film to be chosen for the "Oscar"sweepstakes. Navy Relief Society. No other
on April 20 delegates for the HAND THAT( tars .@a.I 0 A. LI I IIN
Navy Wives Regional Convention THe CUP THAT CHeERS R E 10 AICT. ERA10 Songwriter Sammy drives or campaigns will be
.. will be decided in. All members SHOULD NOT se USED Rat_ E o Cahn has had 10 songs nominatedand conducted within the Jax Navy
to attend. TQ SUlPT SEARS tf 'N ASP. TAR IUIS has 'never won an' Oscar. during the next 12 months, and
urged
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romp any." y (Answer! to Puztle Pare 2)) tell them apart. sedan.II .



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