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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1955
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VOL-13 No. 21 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 18 August 1955

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center



Adm. Cornwell f I vy) 2


Takes Reins Of \ \ ; 1 1t




Fleet Air JaxRear "


Adm. Dclbcrt Strother -

I ? Cornwell became the sixth
i Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville ,
:. ..' ..' f zn.i&
:"': last Saturday morning ,
I T' when he relieved Rear

I i II Adm. John Perry in impres- !

i ::' sive ceremonies at the parade S

'I' grounds. .
} .
More than 6,000 Officers, Sail-

.. ors Marines and Waves, one of the
: largest ceremonial gatherings at : I1

NAS Jax since the end of the


I ) \ \ It1 war Perry, assembled turn over to the watch reins Admiral of Fleet

Air Jacksonville. Admiral Perry IfLe/

...... ...' .. had been Commander Fleet Air

Jacksonville since July 26, 1054. _<<.,.,v._"",.,_ ___,, "' >...
TALENT CONTEST WIN- A large crowd of citizens and I
NEW COMFAIRJAX'TAKES OVER-Rear Adm. Delbert 8.
Van Paemel NERS Here are the top four civic officials, headed by Mayor Cornwell, Inspects his honor guard during change of command
performers selected from Haydon Burns, also witnessed the ceremonies last Saturday as he took over the post of Commander
among participants In the All- colorful affair. Fleet Air Jacksonville Over 6,000 personnel were In formation -

Rodifer Top Navy Talent Show eliminationshejd ,Praising the military and civilian during the ceremonies.
; here last Friday. Winner personnel who served

of the event was Emmett Rodl- under his command during "Diane" Misses
fer AN (left) of VC-62, whose
Jax TalentPantomimist pantomlne{ act was declared the the past year, for their coop
best, while Eugene Van Pae eration and devotion to duty,
mel, SA, (second from right) Admiral Ferry said, "You are Jax Readies But Escapes
Emmett Rodi- of VF-11, was adjudged second retting a wonderful boss In Ad- ,
fer, AN of Composite Squad. best. Rodlfer and Van Paemel
miral Cornwell. lie'Is lucky to
62 and vocalist Eugene will represent Jax In the Sixth
ron ND competition 27 at have a command composed of
August
Van Paemel, SA, of Fighter Charleston, S. C. Shirley Mel- such fine men and women. Second 'Cane In WeekNaval

Squadron 11, will representthe Joy, JOSN, (second from left), Following his address the departing -
Jacksonville area in the of the Jax Air News, and Al
Admiral read his orders installations in the Jacksonville area "battened
Wheeler, UN, (extreme right)
Sixth Naval District All-Navy NAS Infirmary, were selectedas relieving him of his corhmand and down the hatches" and carried out a mass evacuation of

Talent eliminations slated at alternates. The latter threeare directing him to report to NAS aircraft In the face of the fury of "Diane", but the fourth

Charleston Naval Base Aug all vocalists. Whidbey Island, Washington, to hurricane of the season by-passed Florida to wreak its fury

ust 27 assume duties as CommanderFleet on other parts of the Eastern coast.As .
The two were selected as the WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Air Whidbey. Diane came northward and

best performers among a top- : Warm and humid, with Upon assuming his new com- hovered off the Florida mainland, gars to be tied down securely as
.
notch field of 16 candidates who mand, Admiral Cornwell expressed Hurricane Evacuation ConditionTwo other planes took off for Montgomery

competed in the Jax area elim- partly cloudy skies. his pleasure in being assigned was signaled at 1100 Mondayand Ala.; Atlanta, Ga.; Chat

inations held last Friday at King I Saturday: Hot, partly cloudy. duties at Jacksonville and ex- some 200 planes from NAS tanooga, Nashville and Memphis,

Hall Sunday: Cloudy, hot with scat- pressed his desire for the same Jax and NAS Cecil Field were Tenn.; Lawson Air Force Base,

RODIFER, a third-place win tered afternoon thundershowers. cooperation that had been shown flown to inland bases. Only a few .Ga. and Greenville, S. C.

ner in Jax competition last year, his predecessors. stragglers remained in the han- TilE AIRCRAFT carrier USS

and one of the Sixth ND winners, Lake Champlain left her Mayport
reached the finals of last year's Only One In U. S. I berth at about 1500 Monday to

annual hunt for Navy talent. His Netherlands Colors RN Air Force ride out the storm at sea.
Friday pantomime rendition of ,
Hurricane Condition Two was
Kay Starr's recording of "Noah" I given at the Naval Air Station
and his act of "Chinese Waiter"brought Plaque Presented To lax CPO Club early Monday afternoon and immediately
down the house.
Hands the units were instructedto
across
sea
Van Paemel was adjudged sec- were It .la the only such standard in Netherlands national colors, a tie down loose
firmly clasped last Friday at gear, secure
ond best for his vocal renditionof the United tSates. It was from
the Naval Air Station CPO center circular placque has at the equipment and prepare to wait
"Blue Star." the United States that Wil-
Club, as a miniature stand- Queen top the royal Crown and at the out the storm that never came.
The Jax eliminations was the ard bearing the national helmina in 1942 designated this insignia center Navy Wings which cross Liberty for personnel was also
aa the standard for the
first obstacle for Rodifer and Van cancelled.
colors of the :Netherlands to-
the blue field which
Dutch Naval Air Force. representsPlease
Paemel, who now must get by
gether wtih the plaque of its Continuous of
the Charleston trials in order to Naval Air SUPERIMPOSED"upon the ( Turn To Page 8, Col. 5) coverage Diane
Royal Force
was was provided by the Hurricane
reach the finals to be held at St.
presented to the club.
""' ''-'''''' Hunters of Airborne Early Warn
Albans Hospital, Long Island, N. ; 'r
As a token of friendship from ing Squadron Four from the timo
Y The best talent from
Navy
the the Royal Naval Air Force Base the first Neptune sought out
will be selected at New York to
at Valkenburg, Holland, the 16 Diane Monday afternoon. Diana
on the Ed Sullivan TV
appear Inch flag was personally turned was first sited on August 10 bya
Show "Toast of the Town"
on over to William H. Powell, AEC, vessel at sea about 420 miles
September 18.SELECTED.
president of the Jax Club, by Chief northeast of San Juan. The first

as alternates, Petty Officer Danny de Winter, of J ., M, penetrations were made by the
,,.k.a'b8 qcb; F
which amounts to third and the Dutch Royal Naval Air Force, Air Force, which made nine
fourth places, in last Friday's: president of the CPO, Club at \R O 4h ; t f fi flights into and over the storm.

show were Shirley Melloy, JOSN,! Valkenburg. (-\! iS i Navy hurricane hunters took over

staff member of the Jax Air II CHIEF de WINTER is currently Monday and as of Wednesday

News, who sang "Ain't Misbe- a student at AK School, morning had made seven flights.
havin"', and Al Wheeler, HN, of 1 NATTCenter, learning American into the storm.

NAS Infirmary, who sang "! methods and practices in store WITII DIANE, VW-4 had it's
"
Believe. ? I keeping for a 12-week period. Up- first opportunity to use its new
The show at King Hall was of on completion of his training hero, '4/ 3 flying weather laboratory, a Con

top caliber,. with every contestant he, will return to the Valkenburgbase stellation -type plane equippedwith
_performing well. The judges where he will become the ySkif'a a million dollars worth of

were hard put for a decision. Oth-, supply officer and be commissioned electronic instruments. The Con

ers who competed in the show an ensign. __.__......n.---.mm----- stellation tracked the storm
were: The Naval Air Station CPO Clubis GIFT FROM through night hours.
NETHERLANDS-William Powell, AEC, (left)
The Blue Note Combo Rob- signally honored by the gift, president of the NAS Jar CPO Club accepts a miniature standard Diane, the second storm within
ert Vandak, ATI, VF-14; John handcrafted from French Uk and bearing the national colors of the Netherlands, from Chief Petty a week, hit land at Wilmington,
Etheridge, MU3, N A S Jax':; elaborately ornamented by. the officer ,Danny de Winter ,of the' Dutch Royal Naval Air Force N. C., about 0500 Wednesday '
,
de Winter is president of the CPO Club at Valkenbnrf. It Is the
(Please Turn To Page 8, Col. 1) RNAJPUperaonnel i'at> rValkenburg.' only such standard 'In1 I the United States. VW-4 reported..JfI I '







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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 18 August 1955


I-VF-43.-- VW-4, VP.lfl.. FAW-11 Staff VC-62. VA-10S



xruJiurs Scouting Jacksonville l Area Squadrons II


Published l every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air ,
Station. Jacksonville, Ha. NAS. JacktemllU -- weighed 7 lbs. 6 ozs. : ma. They flew down south for

Capt. John S. Thsch -?. -- -- -,..? Commanding' Officer VF-4J The squadron reenlistment rate the change of command of Patrol
Comdr. John N. Mjen ? kaccutive Juicer The main topic around the pilots' eight for the past six months) Squadron 34.
(
Fleet Air Jackssavllletear Is
these days
Adm. John Perry CommandetChlel ready room jumped to 62 per cent with the Comdr C. J. Alley relieved
Capt. Richard O Greene of SUM fighter tactics. The squadron is
of Ralph Cline, AN. Comdr. R. T. Boyd
reenlistment as command.ing .
Flee Air Vll s Elena of
Cnpt. Edwin J. S. Young ,.?, Commander now going through the phase I Ralph reenlisted for four years officer of VP-34. The
Comdr. frank I>. Meyer Chief'Staff Officer training that all fighter pilots only
considering a career seaplane squadron in
and is seriously the Atlantic
Naval Air Teckalcal TraUlir C* tr and
of
Opt Henry C. IVLnnComdr. Commanding Officer love. The molding pilots I in the Navy. Fleet currently flying the old
: P lrecuUve Juicer reliable -
Edward W. Ul h planes into aggressive fighting
Natal ll*pUU but hard Robert McLaughlin, AN, was PBM "Mariner", VP-34,
,
Capt. Edward C. Kenney Commanding OfficerCapt. teams is enjoyable awarded a good conduct medal was last year's winner of AirLant
.. U A. Newton Executive Officer work.Transferring .
painstaking
KAKTO' by the Captain at monthly inspection Battle Efficiency "E" Award. VP-
.apt. Wilson It. Bartlett .,-- -.. Commanding; Officer words taken from held August 6. '34 is one of FairWingEleven's
Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenhaccn ___ Executive Officer
the squadron doctrine into In the past two weeks the Anti-Submarine. Patrol 1 Squad.
The JAX Am NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. smooth offensive and defensive transferred 11 men rons.
Jacksonville, Florida and printed commercially with appropriated funds squadron has ;
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS-35. Rev tactics in the air is the main ob- Chief John Seibert was transferred The Wing's sports program
is
distributed free of chance at the Naval Air Station the
Nov. 1945. Copies are entails
This
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the jectives at this time. to Recruiting duty at Rich- beginning to roll again. Chief j.
U. S. Naval hospital many a hot discussion both pro mond, Va. Chief William Peck A. Hinkle, one of the NAS bowl.
Editor-Andrew II PlancyAss't
;
F.dltora Moore; Staff rt.portpra-Jal'k Holmes, Pill; Marlon and con about who shot down also left for a tour of such dutyat ing stars last year is now organiz.
Cracraft, J03; Nancy Ward SN: ; Shirley Melloy, JOSN. whom during the last flight Nashville, Tenn. Chief George ing a team of 10 men for the
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Tress Service. Lt. Jack Jones welcomed aboarda
AFrS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Moore left the squadron for duty annual tournament beginning in
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other new member to his fast grow Aviation Electronics September. Ed :Price RM2
matter except by service publication. U prohibited without permission el with Fleet and
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. : ing crew on July 26. The new Training Unit Atlantic at Norfolk, Jerry Green, AT3, both of the
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions recruit is John Raleigh Jones and
8346. 21b and 8164. : Va. George Field, YN2, will make Wing Staff, have been selected

V. .. V; : V :V V his new duty station the First ND to play on the NAS varsity softball .
81st Man ,': Headquarters at Boston, Mass. team at the 6th Naval District

1 V: V Five AA's had the distinctionto tournament. Price will play second .

tt be transferred to duty aboard white Green is a catcher.
Over
Ships .. :V VV ': the new carrier USS Forrestal. The Wing NAVCAT team has

" ",t I They were Junior Billings, Sanford set up its office and will soon

At CenterWith I i Fitlin, Leonard Sachs, Rich- be in full swing. However they

ard Saturno and Cecil Spenser. could take no credit when Rufus

the swearing-in of Ivan 4'yfk.: H AYe w; J S Sharpe, YN1, shipped over for

Kipp, AOl, of the Aviation Arm- VW-4 another six Friday. After pocket

ament Control Systems Branch at rJ S } asrikv .'.,.>".>.:,'. The first week of hurricane ing $1250 shipping over pay,
the Naval Aviation Weapons Sys- l it :g "Connie" has passed, leaving to Sharpe told the NAVCATS he

the of VW-4 who now knowit shipped over "Because
il men frankly
tem School, the 81st enlisted man .
: intimately-the weary, redeyedand I just like the Navy." Chief Al-
at the Naval Air Technical Train- C"w.}$''}:}h++t tKr. "
:. Y! y... yy.+ ; R c tt4ts fatigued restlessness that.follows len's reply was: "Say, this job J Ja f.
ing Center had shipped over this constant observation of a snap!"

year.Reenlistrnents. w &w 4IfY dangerous storm. -avoax*
*
7iS 'f 9''y'' 'Iv' 'i To many of the men and officers
.were slightly be- F'p ; ;vto "' ,.. of VW-4, "Connie" hag afforded Two photo pilots from VC-62
low the 98 discharged at the Cen- made nationwide
<. a new experience to their news last week
ter since January 1. + .\V Naval careers. Lcdf. C. B. Wind- by flying their photo Banshees In.

ham, operations officer, remarked to the eye of Hurricane "Connie,"
Kipp, who joined the Navy In following his flight into the hurri- and taking black and white and

March, 1943, is an instructor in cane that, "I was particularly color movies and still photographs,

Naval Weapons School. During & Impressed by the sea as it was Lt Peter Mongilardi and Lt.

World War II. he served with --. <' ..'....._......._... ,.y-... ... -. ..."' '.'.-.y: whipped by 100 knot winds. I've George Hudson were the pilot

VH-4 in the Asiatic-Pacific Thea- REENLISTMENT NO. 81-Hitched to the Navy for another been flying for seven years andit who made the flight last Tuesday,

ter. In the Korean Campaign he six years was Ivan Kipp, AO1, of the Naval Air Weapons System was quite an experience." Lt- when the danger from Connie to

was aboard the carrier USS Es School, sworn in by Lcdr. Robert Cooke, enlisted personnel officerat (jg) D. E. Baily, who reportedto the Jax area had passed. Photos
NATTCenter. He is the lIst man to reenlist at the Center this
with the Seventh Fleet
sex VW-4 just two weeks ago, told were taken at altitudes from 16-

year. "blow by blow" of his meeting 000 to 35,000 feet to mark up a

with "Connie". "It was the roughest "first" for 1L Navy jet photo squadron. -

,;Dn'l\f' IT ISN'T ALL JUST WORDSThe ride I ever had, the turbulence The film was flown to Washington

was terrific. We pushed throughto immediately after the pilots
'; 'SERt// Naval organization has never had to resort to a peace
landed and will be used in forthcoming
the eyes and as we emergedit a
time draft! This fact becomes especially significant when you
was as if we. had entered a Navy Training Film en)

Catholic realize that the table of organization is scaled today to absorb giant amphitheather, encircled by hurricanes.Lt. .

Mass 0800 0900 more men than any peacetime period in the nation's history. towering clouds and bathed in Mongtlardi said the eye could
Sunday ,
,
be from about 60 miles out
1000 St. Edward's Chapel. We've believed for a long time that the Navy is the most selective bright sunlight. seen ashe

Saturday 0800. of the services. It can afford to be. A young man contem- R.flight T. Martin into "Connie", AG1, comparedhis with approached eye was at from this the time southwestThe about 20

Daily 0030. plating his military service finds that the Navy offers much other hurricane experience. Mar-an- miles in diameter, with few clouds

Sunday OC30 Mass at Hospital that is directly profitable to his individual interests and his tin was serving aboard the USS and a relatively calm sea.VA106 .

Chapel. 0615 Confession. own personal training. Bennington when it encountered"Darbara" S *

Mormon That feeling of individuality, so distinctively in the Navy in 1951 "The only With Hurricane Diane threaten
1930 All Saints thing better about being in a
-Thursday among all the services, was an important factor in the decisionof plane instead ing the Jacksonville area the "Mad
of
Chapel Reading .Room. a ship duringa
Christian Science a large number of us in the Navy today. hurricane", related Marin, "is Dogs" of VA-105 are far from
home. in Birmingham,
1000!) Tuesday Mairside IMPORTANT TOO, in that decision, is the idea: of becominga that you can get out faster" In Ala., showing They're the citizenry the
comparing the two
Chapel Office storms he has
on ramp. part of a small unit that satisfaction and personal pride weathered, Martin stated that, latest look in Navy paint jobs for \

FrotestantTbursdar you'deserve when you've helped make your ship, or your squadron "one is about as rough as the planes. Hurricane evacuation be-

August IS the best. Something tangible to point out, and enjoy as other, and being in a plane only ing a very real thing; to the "Mad
1900-:.All Saints'Choir Rehearsal. makes it more dangerous." Dogs" in Birmingham-that's why
own.
Open to all interested serv- your SPAW11. they're there-they still Insist that

icemen and women and their de- Simply, you work to be, "the best darned sailor, on the best STAFF they are the fashion plates of the

pendents. darned ship, in the best darned Navy in the whole wide world!" Capt. E. J. S. Young, Commander Navy Air, and that's why the/ie

Sunday, August This'is the tradition, the i ndeniable heritage of the U. S. Navy. Fleet Air Wing Eleven, and in Birmingham.

0300-Episcopal Communion TAKE A QUICK ONE-MINUTE inventory of the job you're other Staff Officers returned last The blue changeover one associates from with the standard Naval)

Chaplain Nickelson. doing-or will be doing, if you're now in training. Look at it Thursday from Coco Solo, Pana- aircraft to the antiseptic white and

0930-Sunday School. 'Ages 4 from a' broad light Where are you as an individual, in the we're showing off in Birmingham
gray
through Jr. High. Bldg. 804. overall picture of what the Navy is accomplishing now. You're LL QT. this week was begun

0930-Divine Worship. filling an important niche. You can be confident that your jobis last month when VA-105 aircraft
1100-Divine WorshipChaplain to'achieve the that this
necessary goals country has set for were ordered to various O A: R's
Stephenson. its Navy.
to be
the
throughout country
1900-The United Fellowshipof
Protestants will meet in Dldg. Our Navy's efforts to maintain the peace have been the painted.It .

804 to view the 8th film in the most direct of any service organization. Aside from the Oper- was while on "paint Job duty"that

"Life of Paul" series. .. I ational necessity of the fleet deployments, the respect and Ensign D. W. Jones got
'friendship earned in our foreign ports-of-call has linked the trapped for several days at Cherry

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Navy closely in the world's eye with our nation's sincere desire Point They say that lIurrlcane

(Hospital) for peace and unity. "Connie" was the cause.

0930 Sunday School, Nursery I VA-105 has just transfered two
0930 Divine Worship. There has never been a prouder time in the history of the Mad Dogs temporarily to the Naval

U. S. Navy in peacetime, and YOU ARE A PART OF ITJ! Hospital. Lcdr. Scherer checked
Wednesday, August 24
I Lt jf) Fred Honlpnan in for an operation, and will be
1930-Prayer Scr\'iccs-All are "Now some of you find this AD3,
PIG Patrol may back soon W. E. Tyler,
welcome. I Squadron S
an easier go than others ; also checked in for an operation.





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18 August 1955 JAX AIR. NEWS Page Three




f -fie Navy Plays Important Role ; VW-4IJlakcs 14




I Hurricane Warning Network Vast 150'Connie'Air Hours Hops;



..... The Navy plays an important Statistics available from

part in the coordinated Jacksonville's Hurricane Hunters -

efforts of the Joint Hurri of VW-4 of the late Hurricane -

Warning Service the "Connie" show approxi-
cane
New shipment of books have
Weather Bureau, the Navy, mately a total of 150 flying
been received by the Libraries
on the Air Force and the Civil hours with It hurricane reconnaissance -
this station. Included are the fol- ,
Aeronautics Administrationto hops, from which
lowing titles I
: provide accurate weather were made 21 penetrations into

Cherokee: An exciting tale of a data in this hemisphere.Navy I the "eye" and about 65 radar

covered wagon train to Californiaand fixes. The latter locate position -
and weather bureau
its miraculous rescue from in terms of latitude and
p x vast communications -
a meteorologist through
massacre by the Apaches longitude.
networks from island
I'er&Utent Image: Modern storyof : commercial Penetrations into the eye or
stations, ships at sea,
an attempt to find love and near the "center" are flownat
aircraft, and military weather recennatssance -
happiness in marriage units have producedan low-level to allow for making

Last Temptations Dramatic D proper estimates of force and
ra effective federal service, its success -
story of Israeli after World War direction of winds and for ac-
recorded In terms of human
II. curately locating the center of -
lives
Wine of Youth: Tense study of the storm.
TUB NAVY'S contribution to
a struggle for power. Texans may This data Is sent regularlyto
this center Includes the Navy Wea- ,
recognize some of the characters. Miami "Weather Central,"
ther Central at Miami, and Airborne -
Grandfather Stories: Vivid stor 1 dn I where it It interpreted and
Warning Squadron Four, -
ies and anecdotes of New York I warnings disseminated.
the "Hurricane Hunter" reconnaissance -
State during the years between I
squadron based here at the
1810 and 1890.Ixcel.lor i
Naval Air Station. VW-4 Is commanded nalssancc flight crew is as follows:
: Story of intrigue and
.. by Comdr. E. L. Foster. pilot or plane commander; co-pllot,
adventure around a Swiss banking :
I' The Weather Central is charged to assist In control of a :Otonalfl11ane
empire In World War II. .' .
Mower Glrl.: Charming and *t. ..,... ',. ..,.,"...... + with directing activities of the in violent hurricane weather
squadron planes and with performing ; two navigators, to produce!
leisurely story of a stage familyin
the analysis of data collected pin-point accuracy in face of frequent -
England, made up of sparkling
such as forecasting and Issuing changes in heading and the
conversation and high level gossipof
warnings to Navy ships and In- direction and velocity of the windin
the stage world.
STORM'S "EYE" VIEW-As seen on the scope of a radar' stallations.The low level type reconnaissance;

Hannibal of CartlmgPano- screen aboard a Hurricane Hunter's Neptune, this photo recordsthe hurricane Hunters provide flight aerologlst, to gather data
ramic historical novel of the Sec- turbulence at sea during a tropical storm. At the upper right, and
both low-level penetrations from Instruments and
ond Punic War, A picture of thedynamic the "eye" of the hurricane is depicted by the circle with a fleecy- observationsas
: like rim. The white area in the center Is the radar sea return radar reconnaissance. Radar I well as to advise the plane
leader who crosse the '
caused by the rough sea. At' lower right are the outer weather flights at higher altitude are commander on flight of aircraft

Alps to terrify Rome. bands resulting from the storm, flown primarily at night, and at into the storm.
The battle that doomed
Midway:
more frequent Intervals when the
Japan. Single Supply Catalogue THERE IS ALSO the plane cap..
storms move close to Inhabltated
Tiger Of The Snows: Biography tarn, crew chief and flight en

of the Sherpa guide on Everest as areas. These flights supplementthe gineer; flight mechanic, to assist

told to James Ullman.A Simplified i Supply SystemFor the two daytime provide low-level uptotheminutedata flights and plane captAIn to maintain watchon

new book on Automotive En- aircraft structure, engines, and
24-hours the exact
a day, on
tine and Navigation Without equipment for proper perfonriance;
movements of the storm threatening -
Number have/ also been added. Government radio operator, maintain constant
Agencies the coast lines and shipping radio ,contact with Hurricane

lanes. Emphasis is also being
Warning Center Miami and to relay -
NAVY I Deck: swabs cannot be requisitioned placed this year on gathering research acrologlst's encoded observa-

after October 1 from the lions have been cut from 127 to data with which scientistscan
EXCHANGE I tions while in the storm area,
Norfolk Supply Center's general 53. study the structures and life
S I sometimes as frequently a* every

L. depot, according to a report from 2. The military services have cycle of the storm. 15 minutes; Radar operator, to

I sail- million cubic feet of PILOTS AND other personnelare
the Pentagon last week. The saved 1.5 search for storm center and associated

under the from standardization assigned to VW-4, where theyare
".- or will wield a "mop" space resulting areas of heavy rain on

rewarehousing and stock number operation. taught the techniques of tropi- radar well
scope, as as guide pilotclear
SEVEN PAY DAYS conversion now in progress, 3. Man-hour savings total more cal storm reconnaissance as theyare of heaviest turbulent areas;

'TIL CHRISTMAS I which affects about 50,000 gen- than 109,000. launched as "hurricane hunt- photographer to use aerial cameras -

: eral store.items. ers." in state of inhun"leaneR
4. Dollar-savings come to more recording sea
SHOP FOR TOYS EARLY stock amounting to VW-4 maintains a Carribbean
Working than $7 million. and other associated

Rushing the season? It may 50,000 tons will be rewarchoused detachment in San Juan, Puerto phemonema.

and 18,000 tons eliminated in the Rico, during the season to provideone
seem that is true at first though, THE FLIGHT aerologists
grad-
GSD conversion project, part of SAFETYBox or two aircraft near the hurri-
but in view of the above captionit uates of aerologlcal engineering atthe
will the overall Defense Department cane breeding grounds to the
is believed that all patrons Navy Post Graduate School,
appreciate being reminded of this program to give each item only Score East.
in the
Of approximately 42 officers in are specialists technique of
fact. Parents can plan for their one description, one classification -
estimating the force of the winds -
and one stock number. Disabling Injuries Through VW-4, 27 are pilots, seven are ,
and
own children's Christmas first ,
flight aerologists, seven are air- by observing the effect on the surface -
still have time to budget and plan I ONCE ALL GOVERNMENT Tuesday, Aug. 16 of the sea during low level
borne radar observers, and two are
for the happy occasion of Christ- I agencies use {the single descriptions This Month 2 ground maintenance officers. Of flights, and interpreting radarscope -

mas giving to other relatives and I and stock numbers, purr This year 13 indications of weather phe-
the approximate 200 enlisted men,
friends. chasing, inspection, issue and redistribution Days Since Last nomena during radar tracking
about 50 are flight crew members.The
Toyland opening will be Thurs- of surpluses will be Lost-Time Accident 7 flights.
lineup of a weather recon-
day, September 15-in Duilding simplified.

954-across the street from the Exactly 97,061 separate items Upon their skill and knowledgeof

Mainside Exchange. Come and have been eliminated from the ,.,.. "r''l hurricane,, phenomena depends

choose from a really big selectionof supply systems of the military the safe and accurate navigationof
the flight and the correct interpretation -
toys. services during the first six .

Space has been made availablein months of 1955 in a changeoverto of the developmentof
the storrlf. The urologist in
the toy shop to help you hide a federal identification system.
the teamwork of the flight crewis
the toys'you select until just before The item reductions are the, la- unique.

Christmas.Use test under Defense's continuingdrive .

the two-way-stretch plan to identify, catalogue and

-shop at your Exchange. When standardize all supply items. Sep Gerstner Top Student

you buy at your own Exchange, arate departmental or service 'YK Of AE School ClassA

your own dollars will s-t-r-e-t-c-h specifications will no longer be .
r former instructor in A vbUonElectrician's
further and secondly, the profitsof issued. A single supply catalogue Mate School Class A

your exchange will s-t-r-e-t-c-h will suffice for all services.
at NATTCenter, Bernard Gerstner,
to swell your Station Welfare Involving all kindj of items
AE1, was the honor student in lastweek'
Fund. can sizes of fruits and
from vege graduating class at Aviation -
tables to certain types of wrenches
Store Electrician's Mate School
To the involves
new program Class D.

Close 25 nearly 2.5 million separate items
August
lie has been ordered to VR-5;

Commissary Store, located in WITH TilE JOB two-thirds NAS, San Diego, for duty. His I

Building 135 will be closed for completed on June 30, the report j home is. in St. Joseph, Mo.

monthly inventory all day Thurs- from the Defense depart- .

day, August 25. Store will be ment stated: In America a laborer .can become -
supply specificaThe .. -'-'- '--- """- -'-
opened for business as usual, on 1. Separate a college professor-If he is
the
SHUTTLE-BUS SERVICE-Personnel who are always on /

Friday, August 26. girdles in ads, when we heed move in the industrialized area at Mainside are taking advantage willing to make the financial sac

of the fast shuttle-bus service now In operation. The small-type rifice.
'em
You can't judge women by their I converted buses operate ,on an1eight-minute schedule from 0730

clothes these days there isn't Seem mostly on girls who don'tnct'd to 1600 week days. Passengers, above, board the bus at its Operations -

enough evidence. 'em area stop. If the shoe tits-It's. man's.Z .





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Tax Clinic Serves Many __ ," Hints ForHEALTHIER

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Dental Service Notes43rd I


,, HAPPIER
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Anniversary

TY t ; LIVING I

The Naval Dental Service, established In 1912 as part of the

Medical Service when Congress authorized the appointment of 30 Few Navy men go through their >

acting dental surgeons, will observe its 43rd anniversary August 22. S: b \ i cruise without a bunion, a corn '

World War I brought about the : or callus on their feet. But the'worst 1 I
a dentist and a dental technicianare i
toot disease
Corps' first expansion and In 1916 to contend with I Iis
Public Law 284 granted autonmy on duty aroundtheclock.Over "Athlete's Foot," which is easy I Ito
the past the clinic's and i'
to the Corps and in so doing provided year contract hard to cure.Athlete' .
prosthetic laboratory has made
that "the Dental Service Of Foot infection can be,
each and all Navy activities 1 bt approximately 90 plates, bridges, contracted by wearing the slip.
and sets of false teeth month. r '
organized as a separate depart- per pers of one who has the affliction

ment from the Medical Service." I IN ADDITION to offering ad- tI or by walking barefoot on a floor i
vice on care of your teeth, the which
Since that time, the service has on one who has it has just!
dental clinic has urged personnelto walked also
expanded to Include 1,900 dental barefooted. The in-
come in for an examination before y.dR r{ fection
cannot be
officers, 67 Medical Service and contracted by ,
they develop a toothache. The assisting
another with <
treatments.The .
Warrant Officers, and 2,650 enlisted
staff points out that a loss of good
dental technicians, who pro- symptoms of Athlete's Foot
teeth is caused 1.
by waiting too longto k. N:Yi
ride dental care for almost 1,000- vary considerably. The most tree
000 active duty personnel of the have them fixed. "OPEN WIDE"-Capt. Mack Meredith, senior dental officerat quent sign is soggy, "dead" skin
Recent statistics show NAS Jacksonville, makes a preliminary examination of
Navy and Marine Corps in approximately that over Ralph D'Avollo, prior to actual dental work. Every kind of dental between the toes. Here, there is

450 ships and stations 90 percent of incoming recruits care is handled by the NAS dental clinic, which Is staffed by eight moisture and warmth, two conditions -

throughout the world. require dental.treatment. Bpme 89 dentists and 14 dental technicians.PROSTIIETICS which 1 encourages the

percent have dental cavities averaging -------- of
-- --- growth If
HERE AT NAS Jacksonville, fungi. the skin is
seven per recruit; 36 percent -
efficiently damaged by the in-
the modern equipped dental clinic l'
require extraction of one or fection, cracks may form in the
at the 'NAS Infirmary, Building
more teeth and six percent require webs between
Eight, is staffed by eight dentists the toes, especially
dentures.
and 14 dental technicians, headed between the last two toes.

by Capt. Mack Meredith, senior During 1954, over 2,000,000 patients ANOTHER COlIlION's'mptorn

dental officer. in the Naval service received is the development of blisters on

The NAS clinic cares for 2,000 approximately 8,000,000 f.kx ,, and between the toes, or all over

patients per month, including per- dental procedures. Those included the foot like a moccasin. These

sonnel from NAS Jax, NATTCenter 3,000,000; operative procedures, 81- blisters, especially on the soles,

Fleet squadrons and retired 600 prosthetic .procedures, and may become quite large, very tender -

Navy and Marine Corps personnelIn 800,000; oral surgery and periodontic 'dga ;- and painful. A symptom fre-

the Jax area. procedures. I :.i': quently resulting from the infection .

Every kind of dental care, froman is a dry, crusted, wartylookIng -

examination to the making of 400 Explorer thickening of the sole.
"
a set of false teeth, Is handled by ; Dr. Bernard Appel in his book,
the local clinic. For those who :<. "
Scouts Await 'Skin, Beauty and Health, gives
find themselves with a: toothache this safe and simple home treat-

during the night or on weekends, ment: In a basin make a solution
Station VisitFour
T pR containing one tablespoon of boric

hundred Explorer Scouts, acid powder or crystals to

Why I DecidedTo of Region Six, Boy Scouts of each quart of water; bathe the

Recnlist America, will arrive Sunday from feet in this solution for 15 to 20(

North and South Carolina, Geor- minutes; dry the feet with cloth

Ceorge V. Johnson, JO1, of gia and Florida, for their ninth -Operating a dental surveyor used to deter- towels: or paper towels; dust the

ComFairJax Service Informa- consecutive annual rendezvous at mine the correct path of insertion of dentures to be made is Clif- feet with ordinary baby talcum

tion Office puts the facts righton the Naval Air Station. ford Hampson, DTC, of the prosthetic laboratory at the NAS den- powder, and put on clean cotton

the line when he gives his Registration for the week-long tal clinic. The NAS clinic cares for some 2,000 patients per month. socks.

reason for shipping-over in the encampment is one of the largestin DO THIS MORNING and night.If .

,Navy for six more years. its history, according to Eugene OK Unemployment CompensationFor [ the itching is not controlledby

Johnson says, "After ten Jones, deputy executive of the this procedure, calamine lotion -

years of Naval service I de- Sixth Region, who arrives Friday Full-time Federal WorkersFederal may be used by sopping it

cided to find out about this afternoon from Atlanta to complete onto affected areas freely after

'rosy future' civilian life had final plans with Lt. Ted employees have been eligible since January 1, 1955 to the boric wash.

to offer. The result-after 79 Morgan, service information officer receive unemployment compensation administered by the various I. If there is swelling of the toes

days of basking in the Miami and liaison officer for<< the states as a result of an amendment to the Social Security Act and or the foot, with pain; if there is

sunshine, I reenlisted in the rendezvous. agreement reached between State Employment Security Agencies and pus in some spots that are affect

the Secretary of Labor. ed especially if there red
Navy. A WELCOME WILL be extended ; are

"It is diffi- by Capt. John S. Thach, This program covers all full time covered under this program. streaks up the leg with tender,

commanding officer of the Sta- Federal employees paid from both painful lumps behind the knee or
cult to convince ; Employees who are paid from
tion. From then on the 400 youths, appropriated and nonappropriated groin, consult a physician as soonas
non-appropriated funds and
who
about to *.
a man ranging in age from 14 to 18, will possible. These are signs that
funds. All civil service employees have been ruled eligible under the
b e discharged \ be embarked on a strenuous pro- of NAS Jacksonville Include bacteria have seriously compli-
areQUEEN program employees of navy
that he might ; gram planned to acquaint them cated the infection.The .
exchanges, ships stores ashore,
be with every phase of naval aviation. feet, next to the heart, are
making a messes, federal credit unions, and
Guided visits to major departments the most overworked part of the
mistake. No one i similar Navy welfare and recreation : -
of the Station, including human body, according to Dr.
associations, considered to be
could convince J Supply, 0 & R and Public Works, Appel. Here are ten rules he gives
me-I found Johnsonout have been arranged to- provide. Instrumentalities wholly owned by for foot health that are basic and
the United States.Employees .
the hard way. I don't regret familiarity with the industrial hub easy to follow and will keep you

t, taking the Jime to try civilian of the Jax Navy complex. A full covered under this "on your toes."

I life again. I'm much day will be spent visiting the program, upon seperatlon, must WASH YOUR FEET once or

happier with the Navy becauseof schools of NATTCenter. In mid- make application with the local twice a day. Dry them thoroughlyand
Florida
it. Nevertheless, it was a week they will spend a day at the State Employment Office. use powder afterward.

waste financially, if not psy- Nat Station, Green Cove Springs.And In the state of Florida, unemployment Change shoes every other day
tours of Fashron units and compensation ranges from
chologically."How and stockings or socks once or
fleet air squadrons, including a $8.00 to 26.00 a week paid overa
is civilian life these twice a day. Trim toenails prop-
days? It is not difficult to finda flight in one of the Navy's trans maximum period of. 16 weeks. erly. Cut or file straight across
port planes, have been scheduled.IN .
job-you can even make a and not shorter than surrounding

livable wage-but the pictureis BETWEEN THERE will be AO School Honors tissue. Wear proper shoes. Fit
plenty of recreation events to keepall
shoes to last and
not as rosy as some 'drug- correctly as
store commandos' say it is. 400 happily occupied. Swimming Go To Canadian size. Also wear the right size

f "Try it if you want to but in the indoor and outdoor stockings or socks-at least half
pools softball, horseshoes, and a Lcdr. Donald McNichols of the
;
inch the longesttoe
i I'd advise you not to burn any an longer than
wiener roast Monday night, will k Royal Canadian Navy the
t bridges. If you're not definitely was (allow for shrinkage when
leave little time for homesicknessfor honor student in last week's
planning to further your edu- you buy). Keep your feet dry.
.. those who be from graduating class of Aviation Ord-
may away need
cation, or you don't have a firm Don't let your feet get wet
home for the first time. As usual, .-- nance Officers School at the Na- stay
commitment for a really good lessly and don't let them
;} job-consider the Navy as a the big event will be the dance OF POWs This val Air Technical Training Cen wet from rain or perspiration.
, Friday night to which girls from pretty prisoner Is Toni King ter.
career in the cold light of dol- Exercise your feet. This means
{ recently crowned Miss POW
Jacksonville have been Invited as
lars and cents. Overlook those and who reigned over the Others who were graduatedwere arches, calves, ankles, and toes.

1 petty annoyances for they will honor guests. eighth annual ex-prisoner of Lt. John Mackay, RCN; Lt Walk correctly. Guard against

be present, in one form' or an On Saturday, Aug. 27 the Rendezvous ,,war convention held recently (jg) Delma Dun, Ltjg( ) Richard toeing in or toeing out.
;will come'to a 'close; and! in New York. She, received: Lintner, Ensign Edward, Arnold often to
other wherever y'ogo; Yes Examine your feet
, than
more $1,000 In prizes in-
and *
' even in' civilian: life."' the' >Explorers, t f\r\ leadjrs1 cludtn a'vacatlonWith all ex- I. and Ensign Bruce Wilder. al1.U.S. guard against- foot ailments, and
councilors will I
5 tepari penses paid.I < it | i Navy. i take care of. your, feet.
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SALTY HUMOR FROM Y i
its
'
L ERE AND THEREThe J a

minister's wife was visitinga t1i It really happened! A group of )

member of the congregation, the Waves upon returning from \

and mentioned-with pardonable seeing the truly all Navy movie i,
"}.{r. Roberts" had a certain gleam
t
pride-that. her daughter had f..
won first prize in a music recital."I in their eyes.Without .

know just how you must speaking a word the I

feel," said her hostess under threesome marched through the ,

standingly. "I remember how barracks carrying of all creationsa
pleased we were when our pig slightly used portion of a palm
got the blue ribbon at the fair." s tree. Straight to Chief MacKin
a .t non's room they went. Behind

Her father being a wellknownjudge closed doors geniuses were at work.

the small girl would often ___. ____.__.... .__. ...... --. n. ..a ,.l a *
say she was Judge Brown's LATER IN TilE EVENING
daughter when someone asked FOREIGN STUDENTS-Assembled with Capt. Henry C. DeLonK (left center), commanding of- when "Mac," chief master at arms
fleer of the Naval Air Technical Training Center and Comdr. Melville LeCompte, acting director of
her Thinking that this of the barracks, returned she
name. training, are six foreign Naval officers and petty officers attending: school at the Training Center
might sound snobbish, her mother under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Left to right are Lt Akara Moriyama Japanese opened the door to her room and
told her not to make that sort Navy, Aviation Electrician Mate School Class B; Chief Petty Officer Daniel de Winter, Royal Neth- there directly before her in a
of reply, but simply say that she erlands Navy, Aviation Storekeeper School; Chief Alberto Esposito Italian Navy, Aviation Electrician's bucket of sand stood a palm tree
Mate School Class B; Captain DeLong and Comdr. LeCompte; Lcdr. Donald McNIchols,
was Dorothy Brown. Royal Canadian Navy, Aviation Ordnance Officers School; Lt. WIgando Engelke, Brazilian Navy, with a note attached to one of its
Later someone asked if she Aviation Ground Officers School; Warrant Officer Rene Gavoret, French Navy, Aviation Store- branches. The note read "Captain,
was Judge Brown's daughter. She keeper School. what do you mean with this 'crud'

replied, "Well, I thought I was, Seven Nations Represented about extra duty for getting discrepancy -
but Mother says not." slips." The note wa
T Comdr. Myers signed "The crew."

Teeth is very nice to have, 45 Foreign StudentsGet Is Promoted Anyone who has seen or read
They fills you with content. "Mr. Roberta" knows exactly from

And if you doesn't know it now, Comdr. John N. Myers, executive where this bit of dialogue was
You will when they have went. Schooling HereWith officer of the Naval Air taken. "Mr. Roberts" acts out to

Station, has been selected for prove sailors will be sailors and

Elderly, wealthy, and quite promotion to the rank of Cap- we now take the liberty to add _
the arrival this week of two Naval Offi-
Japanese
hard of hearing, the patriarch of tain. Waves will be Waves.
the decided to buy of cers at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, a total of
family one
Comdr. Myers arrived herein a *
those "new-fangled" hearing aids. 15 foreign Navy and Marine Corps officers and enlistedmen
been in under the Mu- October 1954 to assume his DREAMED OF SHOUTING the
have school here for training
Two weeks later, he stopped in
present duties. Previously he !glory of the Waves? Want to tell
United
tual Defense Assistance Program of the States.The .
at the store where he had boughtthe
had been commanding officerof I
others how great this life is? Here
list Included 19 officers and
device and to the
reported
Ordnanceman Schools and Airborne Early Warning is your chance gals!II
delighted manager that he could 26 enlisted men from seven Na- Aviation Ground Officers Squadron Two at NAS Patux-
I The Bureau of Naval Personnelhas
hear conversation quite easilynow tions France, the Netherlands, School. ent River, Md.
even in the next room. Brazil, Ecquador, Japan, Canada, Italians led the students num- sent out a call for Wave re
cruiters.In .
Manager: "Your relatives must and Italy. bers with 19 m attendance fol-

be very happy to know you can The foreign military amen lowed by the Japanese with seven, Units order to meet existing demands -
4 Reserve
hear so much better." studied in Aviation Electri French with six, Brazil with five, for more qualified enlisted

Old Man (chuckling);: "Oh, I cian's Mate Schools, Aviation Canada with four and The Netherlands Wave recruiters, certain restrictions
hain't told 'em. I been sittin' Storekeeper School, Aviation and Ecquador with two each. ReportToNARTUFor have been waived to enable
around listening and you know I I qualified Waves to volunteer for

what? rye changed my will TrainingThe 'recruiting duty. The current restrictions
twice! Chief Joe Bell's Carrier against the use of third

Naval Air Reserve class petty officers is being held
A man whose store burned In abeyance until October 1st of
Launcher To Be On
DisplayThe Training Unit Jacksonville,
this
Waves
downed says the fire was caused year, giving In this
carrier and of welcomed aboard last Satur- category a chance to apply.
by friction the mortgage model aircraft launching arresting gear
rubbing against the insurance Aviation Ground Officers School, designed and constructed two / day, four of its reserve squad- All requests of qualified petty

policy. years ago by Joseph Bell, ADC, an instructor at the school, will rons for their annual two officers should be forwarded to
be part of the Naval Aviation display in the National Aircraft weeks training cruise. The Chief of Naval Personnel (Attn:

Customer: "I can't pay you for Show at Philadelphia] September 35. squadrons will conduct train- Pers-B211f) no later than October
this suit for three months." It is the only model catapult arresting gear for jet aircraft I ing operations in order to expand 1st.

Tailor: "Oh, that's all right. and a copy is planned to be made in Philadelphia by the Navy combat readiness and Further Information may be

Customer: "Thanks, when will for the exhibition. proficiency, utilizing the facilities found In BuPers Manual, Art. C-
the suit be ready?" .,. Chief Bell will fly to Philadelphia with the model to arrive available to the maxi- 5208 and BuPersInst 1306.10D.
Tailor: "In about ninety days." by August 31. He is converting it to steam, instead of the mum extent. .
hydromatic propulsion formerly used.
Reporting aboard were VP-
To Ask The model has been of wide interest in Naval exhibits on 271 with Comdr. Charles W. Library Exhibits
CongressFor the Station and for visitors to Ground Officers School. Rogers; CV Fasron 741 with

Comdr. G. Poffenbarger; VF- Artist's WorkPortraits
Employees'Social tive Officer at the Center. She 741 with Comdr. C. L. Penner;

Regular Status I taught school in Stamford and and VS-74L with Comdr. L. G. landscapes, still life,

SecurityWhether For Wave Officer Grandby, Conn., high schools. ,i Barnard, commanding. and figures In motion are among

the 16 paintings now on exhibit

Civil Service em- First admission of a Navy line -.. ........... at the Mainside library, Building
ployees will receive Social Security 3.
officer to the Regular Navy at the f '
benefits in addition to
Technical Center waa Executed In temperas and oils,
Naval Air ;...J
retirement benefits will be decided ',
processed !last week when Lt (jg) : these paintings are the work of .
by Congress after it reconvenes 4i1 '
,
in January. Mary Andersen was sworn In by ..0# ; Mrs. Carl Quandt, wife of Carl
President Eisenhower expressed Capt. Henry C. DeLong, commanding A Quandt, PHI, ,now on the Coral
I officer. Sea. The pictures now displayed
his intention to bring the pro-
posal, known as the Kaplan Plan, I Miss Andersen, a former physical here are part of a larger show
i ,It'' presented by Mrs. Quandt at the
home economics
education and
before the next session of the
Jacksonville Art Museum
legislative body, after vetoing a teacher In Conne<:tlcutt. attended during
bill passed by tHe last session Officers Indoctrination School at the monthof July.

which provided additional retire- Newport, R I., and was graduatedin Mrs Quandt, a major In art and
ment benefits under the Civil Ser- March, 1954:' reporting shortly music, la a graduate of the Unlrerslty .

vice system to federal employeeswho after to NATTCenter as a naval of Pennsylvania.
4 .
have been employed by reservist
states on federal-state programs. At the present time she is the Good Conduct Medals'resented

Such programs were mainly in Education and Information Officer To Three

five types of agricultural work and Assistant Wave AdmlnSstraI .. / Three men were awarded Good
and vocational education.The ....
Medals at Meritorious
Conduct
tirement are now paying 6 per i
which $
Plan under
Kaplan
I
Mast this week by Capt. Henry
the retirement fund.If .
both federal and state retirement : cent into
systems would share a common the Kaplan Plan becomeslaw BUILDS A BETTER MOUSETRAP-The world may not beata C. DeLong, commanding officerof
path to Sgt George Harmon's door, but every man who ever > NATTCenter.The .
I base, and all old age and survi- federal employees'would pay had to tote a duffel bag surely will. The resourceful sergeant is men were Jim Daly, AE3,
vor benefits would be preserved something less into retirement, showing his Invention, the "duffel" cart Harmon designed the
I when a person moved from one but would pay in addition the contraption when he learned he was headed overseas again this Aviation Electrician's Mate School
employer to another would regular Social Security rates. The tams for duty with the 4th Inf. Regt In Alaska. He explained SupPort; Leonard Frazier, YN3,
sup- to federal employees he had, hauled duffel bags>> overseas a, half dozen times and was Administration; and,, George Anderson -
plement but not replace the pres- main benefit detennl ed-to. make it easier on his back this time. (Sailors, wbo Aviation
,
ent federal retirement system. would. be ''the'JUrvivo1'J' benefits are they biggest diffel bar:toten of them 'al| :ark probably. lookIng : AKfAN( .tort-
Federal employees eligible'for re. provided under Social Security; enviously at this ph.io.) t '' l keeper --School.l. .

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Year-'Round At
JAX Activity
/, ;
\ Sports ; r M; : Station's Shack
,: T Fishing

_Briefs ... Feel an urge to match your skill against the creaturesof
\ w the sea? Long to spend a pleasant peaceful day away from
Golf on the West Coast took up the modern world's turmoil?

part of the leave time of Teddie : The Station Fishing Shack of-

Jackson, PNC (W), on a recent I fers many hours of joyful rela- following Monday.
trip to San Diego. She played at tions and recreation for service Salt water and fresh water rods

the famous Rancho Santa Fe and personnel attached to the Jack- and reels complete with lines are

at the Training Center course in sonville area commands. available for checking out. The
Diego. fisherman has only to supply his
Iy Open from 0730 until an hour own hooks, sinkers and bait. Baitis
/ before sunset weekly and at 0800on
With a windup of summer not supplied and 'cannot be
swimming classes last week at Saturdays and Sundays the procured at the fish camp. Dip-

NATTCenter, 350 awards were fishing camp is 'located at the nets for crab and shrimp fishingare
x.: I
given. Certificates were present. foot of Langley Street, behindMainside's I one of the extra pieces of anlers' -
Enlisted Men's outdoor -
ed for 160 beginners, 111 intermediates gear handled through the
pool, directly on the. banks. shack.
35 swimmers
(16 lapsof
of the St. Johns river. i Always busy is the five
different strokes and diving), man
20 junior life guards, 4 advancedand crew whose job it is to run an
30 senior life guards. .... Activity never ceases at the I efficient camp maintaining and
Swimmers ranged in age from it? irSr camp during the day. In pse continually keeping in repair the equipment
throughout the year, used. In charge of the fishing
3'i! years to *55 .years. of'age 0 __,',_........"_ ",,,_; \there is always a rush on the shack is Rayiv.oaJ Wisher, AD3," '

TROPIIY FOR GOLF-Bob Thlel PNC (left), was on handto fishing equipment available for assisted by Robert Childers, SA;
Ben Sobieraj's winning of theUNavy' accept the Mainside Intramural Golf League championship use. The gear is( issued on a first Hczekiah Walker, FM3; "J" Pur-
,\ tennis crown brought trophy awarded to NAS Personnel Department, at a recent trophy come first served basis. Supplies
till, ME3, and Ted Evans. AA.
to a peak a terrific career on the presentation ceremony. Making the presentation Is Comdr. John I handled by the Fishing Shack for .
courts. Myers, executive officer of NAS Jax. Personnel, with a point total ;
The All-Navy champion- .of 35, bested nine other teams for the crown. the use of the base anglers include
ship meant something extra special I 16 outboard motor boats, Chicago Bears

to the versatile Jax star To two rowboats and a sailboat, ,
win and hold the title All-Navy VC-62 AirLant Victor; which at this time is under re-
Cards Clash In
champ has always been a dream pair. Ready for use immediatelyare
of Ben's and this was his last 34 motors including five 7th-

chance at making that dream Enters horsepower motors, ten 5%- Jax Saturday
LantEleet PlayThe
form into
a reality. The Navyace horsepower, and ten 3-horsepow.
of the tennis circles will be ers. King Football arrives in Jacksonville
discharged this Fall. good right arm of hurler Don Glidewell worked Saturday in a big
overtime last week and with brilliant 1-0 no-hit I way.
came up a ,
During; the weekdays motorscan Prying the lid off the local
shutout effort to boost Jacksonville's VC-62 to
the ComAir-
Jacksonville Navy's hopes for be checked out for off-sta season will be the Chicago Bears
an All-Navy win in softball rely Lant softball title over VC-4 at Norfolk tion for and
use a period of 24 hours. Chicago Cardinals, National
strongly on VC-62. The VC-62 The Jax squadron crew will VR-22 by a 2-0 score. Then after On week-ends personnel may Professional Football League rivals -
squad, which has won the Air- leave late this week for New VC-62 had beaten the AtlantiCity check motor out on a Friday who clash in the Gator Bowl
Lant tournament, now goes on to London, Conn., to participate in crew 4-3 in the cafternoon and keep it until the Saturday night at 2030.

the Atlantic Fleet competition.With the Atlantic Fleet tourney begin round, VC-4 again defeated VR- The first pro tilt of the year in

fireballer Don Glidewell on ning August 22. 22 to set the stage for the final Levine Garners the south, the fray will pit together -
the mound, and a top combination TilE CRAFTY Glidewell kept contest with VC-62. I some of the top stars in
behind him, VC-62 could make it.Jacksonville the Atlantic City club guessingfor Checkers CrownBernard I football. Both the Bears and Cardsare
t nine innings before his team loaded with talent includinga
mates could boot home the win- Levine of Aviation
commandsare real of rookies.OUTSTANDING .
Navy crop
well represented at the Sixth ning run. Fliers Out Of 6ND Storekeeper School won the players who

Naval District softball tourna- In posting his 47th win of the Baseball NATTCenter checker championship starred in the recent College All-
ment now being held at Green year against only five setbacks Tourney last Friday in a field of 18 Stars victory over world cham-

Cove Springs. Representing the the local mound ace whiffed 20 Jacksonville Navy's stay in entries by defeating Harold Smithof pion Cleveland Browns will be

Jax Navy Fliers is an All-Star VC-4 batsmen and completely the Sixth Naval District Base- Naval Air Weapons' System on hand. They include Max Boyd-
team chosen from players of blanked them from the hit and ball Tournament was short- School in the finals, 30. I ston, Oklahoma; Dave Leggett,

teams competing in both the run department. lived. The Fliers have been Matches were held during the Ohio State; Tom Carey, Notre
NATTCenter and Mainside Intramural VC-2's winning tally came eliminated after two straight noon hour at the Enlisted Men's Dame; Lyn Crowe, Southern Cal;
across in the extra-inning ninth setbacks. Club. Mal Hammack Florida Frank
softball leagues. The Naval ;
Hospital team is also represented frame when Ed Connell delivered The Fliers fell before NAS Bernardi!, Colorado and Bobby

a single to score Ronnie Nelms Pensacola, 5-2, in their first Ten Years Ago TodayJim Watkins, Ohio State.

The Jax Navy Crackerjax have from third. encounter Monday and were Tatum, head football FANS WILL also see the back
TilE JACKSONVILLE team. eliminated NAS who is considered the most
been chosen to represent the by Memphis, coach of NAS Jar, fired the ver
Sixth Naval District at the South- played only two tilts under the 8-3, Tuesday in the tourney opening gun of the 1945 season satile in the game Ollie Matsonof
double-elimination setup to take being played at Pensacola. the Cardinals. Too there will
eastern Women's softball
compe when he issued a call for pros.
the title with
both
wins comingat II .
tition. From the outlook, rept'esenting Summaries pective players. be some other established starsas
teams should bring hometo the expense of VC-4. First Game Charley Trippi, of the Cardinals -
VC-62 drew a bye in the first Among the standouts on the and
RilE Harry Jagade, George
Jax
collection of
quite tro
a
round and watched VC-4 down local grid scene were such stars
phies. Jax Fliers 232 Blanda and Bobby Williams of
i I Pensacola _._._ 595 as Dick Fisher formerly with I the Bears.
Center Marines Second GameR Ohio State and Iowa Pre- Prices for the game are $3.75,
H E Flight; Chuck Hunsinger, I $2.50 and $1.25. Tickets are on
cmm Pacing VetsBowling Memphis 8 13 1 standout with Florida U., and sale at the Jax Tourist and Con-

Jax Fliers _.__ 371 I John Rapacz, later All-Ameri i vention Buerua, 307 Hogan St.;
Thursday August 18 LeagueThe can with Green Derby Restaurant, 578i
Mainside i I I Riverside Ave. and Howard's
Strategic Air Com NATTCenter Marines are
mand (color drama): Jimmy Stew- running up an impressive record Vanderbilt Lounge, '23 8 W.

art, June Allyson. i in the Jacksonville Veterans I Adams. ..
bowling league at the From all indications, there will
NATTC Springfield
Kiss of Fire (color
I drama Jack Recreation Center. In addi be plenty or good seats available
): Palance, Barbara I
I
Rush. tion to topping the circuit, the I Oklahoma.'u at the gate at .game. time.Skeetmen .
bundlers also are leading in the
Hospital Both Sides Of The
Law (drama) : Ross Johns Peggy scoring divisions. Win
Cummings. Fred Daly of AN-P School has

high average with 175 followedby At Savannah
Friday, August 19 Tiny Wilhorn, MarAvDet, and ;
:Mainside Duel On The Mississippi -
Ed Filicko, NavWeaps School,
(color drama): Lex Barker, with 172's. )Eye NationalsJacksonville
Patricia Medina.
Daly's 613 is high series, John Navy's skeet team
NATTC Strategic Air Com- Burner's 248 high game. The team yt :3 I IA captured the five-man service team
mand (color drama): Jimmy Stew- high series of 2641 and high sin- honors at the Wilson Memorial

art, June Allyson. gle game of 956 also are tops. Skeet Shoot held *t Savannah last
Hospital Kiss Of Rire (color Members of the squad are Daly, Saturday and Sunday.

drama) : Jack Palance, Barbara Wilhorn, Burner, Dick Kushimi, Ivan Kipp copped the Class AA

Rush MarAvDet; Bob Balbach, AN-P honors, while team mates Bill
Saturday, August 20 School; and Filicko. Arthur finished in the runnerupslot
Mainside Rhapsody (color The league bowls Thursday !In 12-guage competition; Ken
drama) : Victorrid Gassman, Eliza- nigh ts. Pendergras took runner-up honorsIn

beth Taylor. > b ; s Class AA and also won the 410
NATTC Duel On The Missis- Over 40 million Americans now x as J guage shoot

sippi (color drama): Lex Barker, own U. S. Savings Bonds whose The Jax
PISTOLEERS This NATTCenter skeetmen
quintet comprises the pistol are prepping
Patricia Medina. cash value is around $50 billion. squad as a result of the first intra-team shootoff held last laily for the defense of their Na-
Hospital Strategic! Air Command Over $12 billion are in matured E week. Left to right are Walter Bowen, AE-A School; Reagin Parker :Ional Championships to be held in
(color drama): Jimmy Stew bonds more than 10 years old, still AE-A School; team captain Monte Thompson, AO-A School;
William Cranston, AE-A School and, Marine John Wellver, AE-A Michigan the latter part of this
ait. June Allyson growing In cash value
.School. I Next .team.shoot! is.Tuesday, o.oJ1.lt.t.h.t'! .NAS. pistol rapge.. -nonth.Page .

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I 18 August 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Seven



': Sobieraj Drubs Whiting's PetersonFor




All-Navy Tennis Championship


Bantam Ben Sobieraj (pronounced Sobe -eye) has done it again!
The diminutive Jacksonville Navy Fliers star from Fasron 109 captured the All-Navy

court title with a smashing:, four-set victory over his old net rival from NAAS Whiting:

r \ Field, Naval Air Cadet Seth Peterson. .

Sobieraj, an Aviation Storekeeper -
revenge, however, in the doubles --
Third Class, sent the for-
r. ,vo More Sporls
mer California state
A c { champion
reeling, 6-2, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3, in the ( 'r Mural
((1I! finals last Thursday at Newport,

R. I, for a crack at the ultimate At Cenler

goal of all service netters-the
4 91 ___ ,,' intramural sports tourna
big All-Service Tennis Tourney
with points to apply
on
beginning Monday, August 22, at
Captain Henry C. DeLong
MCAS Cherry Point, N C.
; will be held the first week

Thursday's match at Newport September, Special Services

tt : ;:.of:;:; _, -- .':\; :' was the third straight Navy .
meet in which and
SobleraJ
ALL-NAVY TENNIS KING-Jacksonville's top trophy gatherer Peterson had faced each other.It Badminton and billiards are
"Bantam" Ben SobleraJ, ace netter for the Fliers varsity at that time, the latter
as tennis king of the United States Navy. was the third consecutive
reigns Sobleraj capped set back for next month
his brilliant season's play by downing Seth Peterson, attachedto time that Sobieraj had come tables and
NAS Whiting Field, ['Ia., 1-%, 6-2, %-t, 6-3 la tM All-Navy through t* down the Whiting equipment are
finals played at Newport, R. I. last week. Sobieraj and Peterson Field cadet when it counted. put in tournament shape.
both enter the AU-Servie tennis finals scheduled at MCAS Cherry -
Point, N. C., next week. Peterson got some measure of


I HAWS & Gold
JaxNavyDumpedIn Leading

6ND SoftballJax 2nd Half

Capt. BelongTrophy
Navy's softballers were y.
eliminated from the Sixth Na- I TitleWith
val District Softball Tourna- : RaceNaval Loop

ment held at Green Cove
Dave "Moon" Mullins in
Springs after two straight de-
feats. Air Weapons System I twirling form, the NATT-
School took a commanding baseball team won its 14th
The Fliers* bowed to Charleston lead for the Capt. Henry C. De- game last Thursday from,
7-0, all Philips of Charleston Long intramural sports trophyat Intramural Cadets and wound up ns

hurled a no-hitter. Pensa- the Naval Air Technical of the second half of

cola, which had bowed earlier Training Center with 662% in the City League. The '

to Green Cove, pushed the) points. Second place is held by was 12-1.
Fliers out of the with :
tourney Airman Preparatory School Meetings While most of the team this
a 10-1 victory. with 559% points. was in Pensacola for the
Naval Hospital Jax remained Other standings as the Sum- Plans for the Mainside Fall Naval District Champion-

in the meet as late as Wed- mer season nears a close are: program get underway next week the playoff series with

nesday. The Hospitalmen lost Airman Preparatory School, meeting, Special Services & Sons for the crown
to Memphis 6-0, but came backto 532%;AE-A School, 491 V4AO-; Next week's meeting August I will open next week.

whip NAF Glynco, Ga., 7-0. A School, 423; AE-B School, 24, is for all activities interestedin is hoped to have at least one

401%; Special Services, 401; competing in golf and later I : the tussles played on Mason
MarAvDct, 312; Training Fa- sessions are slated for touch foot- .
Hooks I
Wagner cilities, 243; AO-D School, 227, ball, volleyball, bowling and bas- Mullins pitched hitless ball
I
and Supply, 120. ketball. ( : the first of the seventh,
Top BassFrancis l' Although the basketball pro- Trees.'f with two out, a scratch

Braves At Home gram is scheduled to begin in rolled through to the out-

Wagner of the Trans- early November, point awards ( .
toward the Iron Man Trophy will
portation Division of the Public With CharlotteThe Johnny 'Culbreth and Frank
be included on the January-June
Works Department had a fish Jacksonville Braves, fight 1956 period, not toward the tro each hit safely twice

story to tell this week after win- Ing to defend their Sally League phy being awarded for the last the Cadets.

ning the top prize for July in the championship, return home Friday half of 1955 as was erroneously Mel Young, Marine instructor
Black Bass Fishing Content for night to open a three-game series reported in last week's Jax Air TO-A School continues to lead
civilian employees. with the Charlotte Hornets. News. hitters with 31'hits in 76

Following this series the Braves THE REMAINDER of the Fall at bat for an average of
Wagner and Dorothy :McCurry,
.
will be at home for one more meetings and the tentative starting -
wife of A. T. McCurry, also of the SEASON'S AVEBAGKSt
stand before the close of the dates of each sports programis .
Alt H A
Transportation Division, were the close the home .':r 1* l' .::. ,
lucky recipient of ice boxes season. They as follows: ...*. It S .....
season with Montgomery on Aug. (1)) Golf: Meeting slated for ...!.. 4 :* .S.'rt: '
awarded them for their prize ....... M 17 .:IM '
27, 28, and 29 and with Columbus August 24 and competition will : ...... a'i 1:1: .Y04 j
catches in the women's and men'sdivisions .
2e < .544!
on Aug.; 30 and 31. begin approximately September ..(bU.4 74 SI .%"
respectively. Free tickets for Friday night's 6. / ,... 2. 7 .27*
MK8. .
McCURKY'8 bass, the is 7 .xs.
game are available at the Jax (2) Touch Football: Meeting I I."" 111 ;i :.m ,
larger of the two, weighed 11 71 It .S47
slated for August 25 and pro- .,
pounds and 12 ounces and was Air News. :I '''*!' 2 It* t b .Vs!Y4

caught at Lake llarney; Wagner's 11:1 I : .us

catch and totaled was made an even on Lake eight Delancy pounds. You Need Handicap To Play .rls Tops Candland ."

James R. Drake, son of Neel R
Drake of'the Overhaul and Repair Tournaments At NAS LinksSince T-Tennis HonorsJohn .t-

department, won the fishing rod (Jack) Roberts captured ,
conducted at the NAS
award in the children's division for so many of the tournaments NATTCenter table tennis title .'
his black bass which weighed one golf course are on the handicap basis, plans are afoot for a victory in the singles over
of establishing handicaps -
Pound and 13 ounces. setting up a completely new system doubles partner Jack Cand-

From the 15 entries received for the golf committee announces.It of NavWcaps School, 10- M.
'he month, Robert W. Sheese of has been proposed that only personnel who are monthly 21-16, 16-21, 21.18, 21.16, and /
of the golf club be eligible for play under '
o R won a special night light paid-up members .

for the entry prize. Mr. Sheese the new handicap system. The two "Jumping Jacks" from <:'
used a mirror lure and spinning Because of the importance in having a handicap throughout went on to defeat an-

iod 1 to pull his six pound, eight the season, players are urged to establish theirs as noon pair from the same school, 1

ounce bass from the St. John's as possible. An up-to-date handicap will allow a player to Foster and Ben hotter, in the fi'
lUver. enter all station tournaments, and will provide him a boniflde 21.18, 21-19, 21-11, and ,

CONTEST officials announced U. S. Golf Association handicap recognized in golf tourna- _. ';
hat prizes for the September content ments throughout the country, it Is pointed out. ; '

have been selected and will It is emphasized that any golfer not having an estab- If you think a girl isn't explo

include Coleman stoves for "the lished handicap will be barred from any station handicap just drop one! '.".,

men's and women's divisions, a tournaments. Monday, Aug. 22 1000, ping 'i
fishing reel for the children's division According to the announcement, to determine a handicap, ; 4,
.
and a minnow seine as the a golfer must play ten 18-hole rounds and then submit the ; Tuesday, Aug. 23 2000, game ;:-

entry prize. scores to the golf shack. To keep current, three 18-hole ; t

All civilian employees, and their scores must be submitted once a month. Players will be Wednesday, Aug. 24 2000, '.1

tot.families are eligible for the con- grouped Into three divisions, A, B, and C. .. '

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'. Pago Eight JAX AIR NEWS 18 August 1955rmmmm


79 Appear In Traffic Court NetherlandsContinued


( From Page 1))
FOR RENT During Month Of JulyDuring the blue air. The ocean waves In

3 rm. turn cottage $35. Iron Kettle the white at the bottom and the

Trailer Park 113-8-4061. the I =? seal (the nation's highest award)
month of awarded -
a permanent suspension
3 rm. turn. hse. $50. 9361 103rd '! which is equivalent to the U. S.
July, 79 persons appearedin of driving privil-
St. EV 8- 537. Driggers. There will be movie Congressional Medal of Honor
a sports
\ traffic court at NAS Jax. eges, and two were turned
3 rm. turn. hse 3231 Phyllis St. Statistics released by Security over to the District Attorney and free beer Thursday, August complete the symbolism. The in*
Mrs. Veal. 18 at the CPO Club from 1900 scription in Dutch reads "Militalre
office show 10 were for prosecution in civil
"
,
3 bdrm. unfurn hse. Willemsorde.
AvailableAug until 2100.
excused, 14 were warned, court.
1
24. $90. 5342 Attleboro St. 22 were awarded a suspended The! traffic violations Also, don't forget the free bar: A case specially made for the
EV 8-2885.: Mendel. becue Monday August 22 the miniature standard will be made
> restriction of driving ranged from parking an on !
1 bdrm, turn gar, apt, Murray Hill privileges on board the Naval unauthorized place, speeding I Patio from 1700 until 1900, for for its preservation and display,,
Section. EV according to Chief Powell of the
71170. Chiefs and Master Sergeants
reservation, 21 were to reckless driving. I ony.I
3 rm. furn. apt $35.: Mo. 2148 -- -....--- I local club.Although.

Roselle EL 5-6374 Mr. ,-. .. "- ... language is proving
Emory. "' "' )< "" v," "" '" :
3 rm. turn apt $50. Mo. 4162 Oxford .;.,"".,. ;-,\! v.-. "\. ;;'''Iii1. ,,t,.!> 'v ,. ,'">"'.:,. ...,.>>,,.,.,t t', Hurricane Alert no barrier to Chief de Winter (he
"
-.7 t" ,. "' knows English well) he feels that
EV ,
Ave. 95068. : 'v' "
: ', : ;
:
Unfurn gar. apt. $48; turn 2 ., : ; Calls For Many'Precautions instruction here is given at too i

mi. apt. $45, 2531 Delwood Ave. fast a pace. lie is pleased at what
EV 7-3736. the Navy school offers him.

1 bdrm. furn. hse. $60. Mo. 6840 The 39-year old blue-eyed baldIng -

Hydegrove Rd. EV 85137. Once a hurricane is re- chief has been on active' duty

Furn apt. 2660 Forbes. EV 7-3697, ported, preparations for safety with the Royal Naval Air Force

E. M. Shaw. cannot begin too soon. for 20 years, having enlisted on

3 bdrm unfuin. hse. Blount Ave. Here are some suggestions for May 1, 1935. Although his primary

Lcdr. Arnold Ext. 622 or 203. protective measures to be taken desire years ago was to join the

FOR SALE as soon as possible. They are Dutch Royal Air Force he has

2 bdrm. CB hse. FHA financed. based on lists compiled in the found happiness and success as a

$48 Mo. 4055 Dellwood Ave. Hurricane Bills, by the American member of the Royal Naval Air

EV 71300. Chief Kear. 5) Red Cross, and by the National Force.
3 bdrm. hse. $87.50 refinanced. i .. Board of Fire Underwriters. "A YOUNG MAN in Holland

EV 8-4855: : Paulsen. 1. Find out where the nearest must be 18ft years of age beforehe

,33' hse. trailor. Small equity. 1311 ,.,, 3 awa, ,r. first aid station is located. If you can join the RNAF and the
Atlantic Blvd. EX 80337. Moore. highest rank an officer can attain -
.) feel that your house is not secure,
30' hse. trail 810 Ave. t before his retirement at 80
or. Kinsley eS go early. Take blankets, pillow,
is that of "
lieutenant-commander
Orange Pk. 112-8-2761. and food for at least a day. ,
3 bdrm. hse. 4610 Ulmer Ave. declared de Winter.
2. Doors and windows should
be
EV 80433. R. Brennan.MISCELLANEOUS 4.' Retired and pensioned at the
S boarded securely or provided with age of 50, the Chief will receivean
strong catches to prevent them
Riders wanted to share income remunerative enough
expenses, n:. .
from
jv under wind
vibrating con-
driving to West Coast. Leaving ditions. that he will not have to continue

Aug. 26 after 1300. Mary Young, working for a living, according to
S S. Keep a door or window de
Ext 361 after 1630. openon Winter. Pointing out sharp
,, S the leeward side. If windowsor I
2 riders wanted to share expensesto r contrasts in rent paid by the

New York City. Leaving p..: walls are broken on the wind American and the Hollander, the ..i

Sept. 8. Slgnoretti, FL 9-6469. ward side, open more leeward chief indicated that five and six- :
Rider wanted to NAS from Park ALL-MAPPED OUT-Seven lovelies pose legrily to advertise doors or windows. This will help room homes can be rented in Rot'I'
a new show at a Las Vegas, Nev., hotel. A good portion of the keep internal air pressure from terdam for $15 a month. His wife,
& King St. Hours, 07301600. North American map is represented in this collection. From left
Mrs. Hare Ext 8244, EV 81433. to right: Penny Davidson, Dallas, Tex; Billie Nelson, Atlantic building up and will lessen the a daughter and a son remain in
City, N. J.; Gloria Nyrren, Minneapolis, Minn.; Patricia Gaut- chance of damage to leeward walls his native country.
ter, Toronto. Can.; Gloria Cards, Emporla, Pa.: Pat O'Connor, Rio and windows, or the hazard of the
Van PaemelContinued Grande Valley, Tex.; and Irene Rainwater, Charlotte. N.-C.- roof being lifted. have spare batteries and bulbs; if
have lantern
necessary -good or
4. If your house is divided
( From Page 1)) up candles on hand.
Table Shows Service by interior partitions, keep partition
Charles Greenman, ATI, VF-11 doors closed to reduce the 9. Persons are cautioned against

and Charles Connor, AT2, Fas- auction of air currents on the lee- the danger of assuming that the

ron Six. ward side of the house storm is over when In reality the

WILLIAM Mannalonl, VJ-62, Pay Above AverageShowing 5. If you live on low ground neara center of the storm( is passing Ina

who sang "Because"; Ray Mesh- waterfront or beach which might short time, from a few minutesto

ell, TDAN, FaetuLant, hillbilly "military compensation" considerably higher than new be inundated by high water, go a half hour or more, the wind

vocalist, Paul Spoelstra, HM3, Infirmary pay tables indicate, the Army has come up with a Military Com immediately to safer buildings on rises to a maximum again as suddenly

who sang the "Lord's pensation Rate Table computed on an hourly, daily, weekly, monthly higher ground. as it stopped-but comes

Prayer";; Robert Hosea, HM2, Infirmary : and yearly rate, according to AR 35-247. I 6. All drinking water should be this time from the opposite di

who sang "Loveliest How much to charge to military boiled. Sterilize the bath tub and rection. Stay in a safe place.

Night of the Year"; Joe Young, pay in putting a price on parisons between civilian and military fill it with water, also all jugs and 10. Keep your radio on as longas

SN, Commissary Store, singer of services rendered is the objectIn pay schedules.A bottles as water supply may be power is available. Advisoriesand

"Ave Maria"; and Robert Zannini, the Army' evaluation of coststo PRIVATE IN the Army, or cut off temporarily. Even for warnings are Issued by the

AM3, VA-34, Cecil Field piano operate various fixed installations a Seaman Apprentice in the some time after service has been Weather Bureau and you will re-

rendition of "Bumble Boogie"; -for example, depots. The Navy, after basic training receives restored, water should be boiled .ceive any information that applies
Master of ceremonies was Tom compensation figures include not unless your supply is received' from to your local area.
$1.02 an hour minimum the city water mains I 11. Loose material and movable
my Tucker, of WMBR-TV. Judges only base pay but allowances-
were, Fred Schilling, radio sta- subsistence, quarters, and cloth wage, the military table shows. 7. For public safety, electric objects such as boards, garbagecans

tion WIVY; Charles Ost, WJHP- ing for enlisted men-but not For persons employed in interstate service will be suspended when porch and outdoor furniture

TV, and Dick Fellows, radio sta- family benefits. commerce the minimum is wind. reach dangerous strength. should be placed where there is no
tion WPDQ. Here Any kind of temporary lighting, danger of their''being lifted and
are some interesting com- now $1.00. This new wage rate
preferably flashlights should be blown against your house'or
has just recently been passed arranged for use. Keep away from through a window. Movable awn-

Those Baggy Drawers Annual military salaries including loose wires. ing and shutters should be raised,

I all allowances, the Army I 8. If emergency cooking facilities tied, or removed. Large doors,

..' are needed, be sure they are such as garage doors, should be
Must Go figures, range from $2130 a year
Say ExpertsThat I
In good order. Check flashlights, secured and braced.
for a private, or seaman apprentice .

the present drawers worn program. The Air Force wants a (E-2)) through $4400 a year and typists in the lower gradesas to the maximum $14,800 for a

by GIs and sailors need improve V-neck to go along with its newly for a master sergeant, chief petty well as executives and specialists GS-18 (a so-called super-grade
ment has been decided I employee).
by a speecial adopted summer uniforms, as the officer, or master specialist (E-7)). in the higher grades) provides The
task group which seeks to following military compensation
standardize textiles and apparel present undershirt will be too Warrant officers receive from $5- for a minimum of $2690 a table shows the aver-

items of the armed services. prominent under the new summer : 00 a ,year (W1)) to $8130 a year year for a GS-1 with no service age pay rate for each"grade.h .

-- This special item, charged with uniform with collar unbuttoned. I (W-4), in terms of total compen B..lo Standard JllntaF7 C.mpeautl.a Batu

"excessive bagginess at the seat, Although the Air Force is given sation. Officers' salaries range I Pay Beaks trade hourly Dally Weekly X..t11I .&...al
and and consideration on the V-type shirt, from $4390 for second lieutenantsor trade rate rate rate ra rate
riding
up binding, rolling
of Fleet AdmlraL$11.03 'U.U ,"UI '11% '%%.'4t
at the waistband," must go accord the present-type undershirt will ensigns, through $5740 (over 0-1 Adnlr ..__-..,-...._.... l'.SS 84.31 U .ot 1,526 11.4'
"I vice Ach.ural.M_ '.11 1UI sn.s' 1,171 0,14'
ing to the experts of the Defense be worn by the other military $110 a week) for first lieutenants, M ReIU' Admiral Capper)_ I.n. ".11 Sst." I.U1 17,545es
services. or Lt (jg's) to $21,940 for the Rear Admiral cr.wer)_ 1..T 6'.71 UII." 115 15.M'
Department standardization study. up 1-7 Commodore-w.--...... '.411 61.85 UU': I.US ISU'
Specifications for the new cotton Standardization of other wear- Army's Chief of Staff, or in theNavy' "C C.ptal....._ I.U 43.36 1111.9. 540 11,1"
0-1 Cemmaadu...__._ 4.60 SI." 18'0 7111 ',S71
drawers are now being preparedby ing apparel such as belts, socks, case, an Admiral 0" Lleateaant Cemmuder3.52 11.S5 1541.7' 111 5,150s
.. Uutnaat._..._. .. ..... J.U :n.11 ISI.Se 691 1,091
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the Navy Bureau of Suppliesand gloves, bladges and insignia, women's PAY FOR CIVIL service employees 0-1 J.tut..a.t (JO-) ., 1.78 22.08 11.... 4'71 1.14'
Accounts' clothing experts. Al- hosiery, shoes, and similar under the new 7% per 0.1.I'M/ .Seen___ 1.11 11.18 14..' llit .,IMWarr..t

though this report will be readyin items is the cent raise from w-4 51.27 8,135w
expected through De- pay runs $1950 a :3.------1 ..,_ Ul 23.41 UU: 1I 1,520:
September, it may be a year or fense Department program con- year for a Grade 1 worker to W.I 1.11t 1t.5O 111.110 4A1 6.850W.1
more before servicemen will be ducted by the Army's Quartermaster $5720 (the maximum after many xal.kd; _pen..ell_ sa ZO.OO 10.55. US 6,%"

wearing more comfortable draw- General. These Items wouldbe years' service) for a grade 10 in F.7 J.n JU 84.55 In 1,40K,0
1.IIS 1f.1. 'ZS.se 111 S.BI'tI
ers, according to these authorities. of the same quality and design. the,crafts, protective, and custodial J.60 U.71 13.10 111 I.SI
'
31.35 11.70 224 2,690
Two types of cotton undershirts but of different color for the respective service pay scale The General :::1. g; 6.05: 44.50 154 2,221ir2 :
be another outcome of this services. Schedule ,(including* clerks '1.53 1.1. '41.00 111 I.IS'
may "
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