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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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vrs "NEW LOOK" Here's what carrier I All Naval Aircraft Affected
based aircraft will look like in the future. The new
color scheme on this ADI Skyralder Is a combination
of glossy insignia white-and non-specular gray. lax
O & R department is in the, process of carrying out
the color schemes as prescribed. Eventually all Naval Aircraft Undergoing
and schemes Marine aircraft will be sporting the new color



New Color SchemesThe


traditional blue is disappearing from all Naval and
Marine Corps aircraft.
The Navy's program of new exterior color schemes for
Naval and Marine aircraft has begun at the Naval Air Sta

4r tion's Overhaul and Repair department .

Changes in color will providea tance of the new colors. ,

degree of visual concealmenton Process Division At Work '

I combat type planes, in addi Carried out by the Process Di

tion to other desirable improvements vision, under George Arnold,
i stemming from the rcflec- foreman, under instructions pro
vided by Walter Morris, the su-
perintendent of Materials and
--
Supply AsksCooperation Process division of Aero Engineering
Group, the first Jax-
based carrier planes to undergothe
color changes are AD-4 Sky-
raiders belonging to Attack


Conversion Squadron All Aircraft 105. in the Navy will

be eventually included in the

project, which is expected to be
The >month of -
will be the completed by .July 1, 1957.
in the re-warehousing- S. Jacksonville, Flo. 1 September 1955 In addition to the new exterior

colors, all aircraft will undergoa
stock conversion of the
complete interior color trans
eral stores category at formation. These interior colorsare

Supply department here designed for greater person-

Naval Air Station. nel comfort by reducing glare.
E Jax 0 & R will also carry out
With about 90 percent of the
this work; as soon as material
items already moved into '
becomes available.
new numbers, but with Oct. I
Color Schemes Listed
scheduled 'as the date for
The Bureau of Aeronautics in
\use of the new designations,
: Its announcement has listed the
dering supplies during the
various color schemes for all type
of September will be
aircraft.All .
by the use of both the old 3)v _
aircraft designed for carrier
the new stock numbers,
operation will be painted
ing to Mrs. O. W. Rucker, '
ization and methods examiner glossy insignia white, and non-
the planning division. specular light gull gray, with
metal leading edges and frontal
.
e areas the color of available aluminized -
Part of the overall Defense' ( rain-erosion resistant fin
partment program to give ishes.
item one description, one Helicopters will be painted all

fication, and one stock P. (Please Turn to Page S, CoL 2)) -
this new shift affects about I'
general store items, according

.an gon.earlier- report from Capt. Hines, ,

By October the O&R Officer
of.three,categories-fuels ( DAYS AIIEAD It's school day today for this ,
"W" family of !M/Srt Fred Asber an Instructor at
zance ), provisions (
NATTCenler. Mother readies
Ground Officers School at Jax
zance "M"), and general ) Rhoda !Mae, 10 years old, a sixth grader and Char Departs \
(cognizance "G"-will) have 8, a fourth grader, who attend Romona Boulevard
completed in about 'a year's !Marelene Kay, 61 who starts school this fall, peeks Cap t. Wellington Hines, .
stated Mrs. Rucker. are Just one the many service families which Overhaul and Repair officerof
in the NAS Jax area today.
will get their supplies in NAS Jax for the past 13

time if during this last, To 'Heart' Ot'America months, departed the Station
month of work on general Wednesday for NAS North Island *

(housekeeping supplies), both to join the staff of Commander -

and new designations are For Air Force, 'Pacific
A master cross reference eons Accepted Fleet as Force Material Offi

has ,been distributed by the
cer.The
eral store supply office, Part new O&R officer, Capt.
and Part B. The technical Areas T D. Tyra, who comes here from
sion of the Supply duty as Material Officer on tho
has some extras for those at Naval Air Station Jacksonville have been included staff of Vice Adm. Austin K.
did not receive the new lists. Doyle, Chief of Naval Air Train
appeal for funds to aid in quick relief of the
.
Northeastern states. ing at NAS Pensacola, was expected
Aviation material, largest : to arrive at the Station
here has been will be accepted yesterday.
gory placed 563 at NATTC.
on the planning division's I Cross offices at NAS Both hearts and purses have SELECTED FOR the promotionto

(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. ) 39 and in Building been opened throughout the the rank of Rear Admiral last

country, as offers of help and a (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
Exclusive Company:? stream of contributions are ex-

I 23 New Jax Members Em-oiled In 'Not So !; of panding families the, fund left destitute for the relief and

homeless in the aftermath of the l6j ZI K!:

Ancient Order Of Hurriphooners'Twentythree floods, reports the American Red } : -
Cross from its flood fund-raising

more Hurricane through hurricane turbulence William Buck, Ltjg( ) Thomas I headquarters in New York. .. if

Hunters have been ini with winds of 100 miles per hour Greaney, Ltjg( ) George Herlong, INDIVIDUALS, labor organizations I .
Y ;
tiated into the exclusive "Not and upwards. Ltjg( ) George Larocque, LtJg( ) businesses, and groups of ;ff s dS
So Ancient Order of Hurri- Also highlighting the ceremon- Robert Prestyly, Ltjg) William all kinds are contributing funds
phooners." ies yesterday was the swearing Price, Ensign Edmund Ruoff, En- and offering trailer-homes, prefabricated
The new members of the Or in, of 70 Airman Recruits from sign Howard Walter, Lcdr. Grover houses, factory space,
der, also known as the Century Florida, known as the "Hurrican- Windham; Ltjg( ) Richard DDT, aspirin, and soap to the
Club, received their certificates at ers." It is the first such companyof Wing. homeless in the six most affected

special ceremonies yesterday at its ,kind. The--group will bootat Donald Baker, SN; Joseph states-Pennsylvania, New Jer- { III,
Airborne Early Warning Squad. Great Lakes. sey, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Comb AL1 Abe Lit PIIC Till- _
ron Four. NEW MEMBERS of the Cen- ; ; Massachusetts, and New York. .
THE UNIQUE CENTURY Clubis tury Club receiving their certificates man Malone, ADI; Robert Martin, One little village, Waterbury, tr: _IL

the only one of its kind in ex- from VW-4 commanding ACt; John McKay, PH3; Robert Vt., is raising a "thank you" fundto ... _
istence. To be eligible for membership officer Comdr. Edward L. Foster Meeker, ALC; Albert Morgan, pay back Waterbury, Conn., ---
personnel must have were Lttjg) Donald Bailey, Lt- AN; Robert Ricksecker, ADI, and for the help it gave In 'a flood CAPT. IIINES Leaves
Jar for staff
duty on at Com
flown at low level altitude (jg) Edfrard Bergerson, Ltjg( ) Joseph Windham, AO1. (Please Turn To Page 8, Col. S) AlrPac.NA .



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Poe Two JAX AIR. NEWS 1 September 1955

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JK -uf5Sta dta, YA'KlidW/! SAFETY "

'II ] Box Score
; ., MEfcE ARE AF4su s Yo me
I QUCST10H3FAMILIES SERVICEMEN AND TKLIR
Publlihed. Jacksonville. every,Thursday lla, tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air ASK THE VETERANS. Disabling Injuries Through
ADMINISTRATIONly EVERY I Y.
MAS. Jacksonville i :: Tuesday, Aug. 30
John 8. Thch Commanding Officer
-- -
Comdr. John. N. Myers .. -. .., Executive Officer ( Armed Forces Press $*Mc.) This Month 5
Fillet. Air Jaets.altile Q-Can I get a GI loan to your rase.QI.am. This Fear
Rear Adm. Dclbert S. Corn* U ....._.......__........_..... .....,. ....._. Commander pay WWI veteran drawing 16
;apt. Richard 0 Greene Chief of Suit off household expenses such as 1 a Days Since Last
Fleet Air Wilt Elena grocery bills, doctor bills and furniture a disability pension. In figure Lost-Time Accident '7
rapt Edwin 3. S. Young _______ Commander
ing annual income would I
Comdr. Frank D. Ilcycr Chief Staff OfficerCommanding bills? my
. Natal Alt TechKleal TralaUg Ceater have to include the rental value
Capt. Henry C. DeUme! Officer A-No. Under the law, GI loans i of the small house that I and by law In order to protect
Comdr. Edward W, Bishop Executive Officer may not be used for such pur own you.
Natal If..pltaa i live in? The law requires the purchase
Capt. Edward C. Kenney Commanding Officer poses.
Capt.. L. A. Newton ,.....-- Executive Officer 'Q-I am a totally and perma- I. A-No. Under the conditionsyou ,I price be no more than the "rea
NABTU cite the rental value of sonable value". as determined by
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett Commanding Officer nently disabled World War II your I
Comdr. Laurence F, SteHenha.cn __ Executive Officer veteran. For that reason, VA has home would not be considered as an appraiser designated by the '

The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station waived premium payments on my Income, for VA pension purposes. VA. .
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with l appropriated fundsat
: GI term insurance policy. WouldI Q-Are there conditions at
no expense to the government and In compliance with NA EROS P-33, Rv> any
Nov. 1945. distributed free of charge at the Naval. Air Station the be permitted to convert my term all under which a Korea veterancan
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the I
U. S. Naval Hospital policy to a permanent plan even draw GI unemployment pay

Editor-Andrew II. Platy though the premiums are under and GI training allowances at the .SERHCf5
Aas't Editor-Beda Moore; Staff -portera-Jack Holmes, HI1; MarlonCracraft. .
JO3; Nancy Ward. SN. waiver for disability I same time? I understand that \
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or the Armed Forces Press Service A-Yes. You may convert your normally the dual payments are f
AFPS material I In this be withoutthe
not
appearing publication may reprinted CATHOLIC
written permission of Armed Forces Tress Service I Republication of other term policy to any permanent prohibited by Jaw. ;
matter., dAX except AIR by EWa'service$ .publications Is prohibited without: permission ofEditor. plan except endowment. You A-There are two exceptionsto Sunday Mass 0800, 0900,

Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions could choose between OrdinaryLife the law barring simultaneous 1000-St Edward's Chapel. t I'

834*. 21b and 8164.America's. 20-Payment Life or SO-Pay- receipt .( both payments. Korea Saturday 0300.

ment Life. veterans: taking GI correspondence Daily- 0630.

14 wF .t7 t Q-I am receiving. disability courses, as well as those Sunday 0630 Mats at Hospital

compensation payments from VA. attending school less than halftime Chapel. 0615 Confession.

My disability has recently wors may be eligible for GI unemployment Tuesday 1900 Instruction

ened. Would a statement to that allowances .t the classes, Bldg..563.

effect, by my own physician, same time they are drawing GI Thursday1900 Instruction

qualify me for higher VA payments training allowances.Q classes, Bldg. 563.CIIRISTIAN.

? -I am planning to buy a SCIENCE '.

A-The statement alone would house witha GI loan. Is it abso- 1930 Tuesday Mainside :i

not suffice. It would have to be lutely necessary to have the Chapel Office .on ramp.

followed by>> an official VA exam- property appraised PROTESTANTThursday

ination, and reconsideration of A-Yes. Appraisal is required September 1

1900 All Saints' Choir J\e-

hearsal. Open to all interested

servicemen and women and their

dependents.

: i k Sunday, September 1

0800 Episcopal Communion
.I. Chaplain Nickelson.

F s 0930 Sunday School. Ages 4
vast labor force, one-half of our capitalistic sys-
through Jr.
High. Bldg. 804.
tem of free labor and tree enterprise, pauses for its traditional 0930 Divine Worship.

yearly salute on Labor Day, Sept. 5. We acknowledge that the 1100 Divine Worship.
efficient'mass productive power of that labor force, and result-
1900
The Uhited Fellowshipof
ing lower prices, has created a standard of living in this country .
y Protestants will meet in Bldg.
unsurpassed anywhere.
804 to view the 10th film in the
There is no reason why we should not call our economic "Life
of Paul" series.
system capitalistic; is! only misinformation which has caused o. a soy v kQ.' g
Tuesday, September 6
the word to become distorted in the minds of some foreign
1900 Lutheran Instruction
peoples to mean exploitation and greed. Communism has done
Classes
Chaplain Picper AllSaints' -
much to foster the misinterpretation.On .
Chapel.
this Labor Day, a communist would have a very hard
Thursday, September 8(I .
time convincing the American worker that he is a "capitalist
, 1900 All Saints' Choir Re-
slave. (AFPS) Ky'i' hearsal.

; ST. LUKE'S CIIAPEL


Labor Day Safety Message ,( w 0930- Divine(Hospital Worship.)

0930 Sunday School, Nur
1,009 ACCIDENT FREE
HOURS Lt Albert Hanson sery.
Deen quite a spell since you've had a holiday weekend, so Cited For 1 1,000 now attending Aviation Ord-, Wednesday, September 7
maybe you're thinking you'd like to get out and sort of whoopit nance Officers School at NAT- 1930 Prayer Services All
up a bit over Labor Day. TCenter, Is congratulated by are welcome.

And while you're busy trying to figure\ out some good place AccidentFreeInstructor manding Capt. Henry officer C.,.DeLong on receiving, com- .

to go, the traffic safety people also are busy trying to figure a commendation from J, Good Conduct Medals
out just f how many happy holidayers won't 'be coming back HoursAwarded P. Monroe, Chief of Cart Air
Presented To Four
when the holiday's over. Basic Training Hanson was

Around 300 people lost their lives in traffic accidents dur- commended for 1,000 accident- Four Good Conduct Medals
free
commendation from hours
a as a flight instructor.est .
ing the Labor Day weekend last year. How many this year? The the- Chief of Naval Air Basic were awarded this week at meritorious

experts may predict, but the answer is Up To You! Training at Pensacola, Fla., Lt. credit upon himself, his students mast by Capt. Henry C.

So when you start out on this Labor Day, remember that Albert Hanson was congratulatedby and his command. DeLong, commanding officer of
disaster can strike suddenly and terribly on traffic-jammed the Naval Air Technical Training -
Capt. Henry C. DeLong, com- "Through his constant effortsto Center.
highways. Be your own safety patrol and enforce upon yourselfthe
manding officer of the Naval Air
improve safety in
strict observance of traffic laws and regulations and the flight, the Receiving awards were Owen

extending of driver courtesy to all you meet. It will greatly Technical presentation Training ceremonies Center, during last flight training program of the Wilborn, AE2, AE School; Wil

relieve your traffic worries and it will pay big dividends in a week. Command. has greatly benefited'Lt. liam Anderson, AOl, NavWeaps

safe happy, trip.MOVIES. Hanson is now attending School; Walter Fuller, TD2, Tra-
The commendation, signed by Aviation
Ordnance
Officers Facilities; and Charles Rathke,
Capt. J. P. Monroe, reads: School at the Training Center.
Ann Blyth. I AE3, AE-B School
'The Chief of Naval Air Basic
I Hospital High and Mighty Training takes great pleasure in

Claire(color drama Trevor,Cinej Jan);Sterling.John Wayne, commending Lt. Albert E. Han- 16,400 Autos Go In And Out Of

Thursday September 1 son, as a flight instructor in the

Mainside-Student Prince (color Saturday, September 3 Basic Training Command for Main Gate During 24 Hours -

musical Cine) Edmund Pur- Mainside Night People (colOr having achieved an outstanding
dom, Ann Blyth.; drama Cine); Gregory Peck, safety record of over 1,000 "Ac- Have you any idea how many cars drive in and out
Rita Gam.: cident Free" hours of rear'seat of the Main Gate ot the Naval Air Station during a 24-

NATTC High and Mighty J4ATTC Jack Slade (drama)j dual syllabus flight instructor. I I'lIis hour period?

(color drama Cinej); John Wayne, Mark Stevens, Dorothy Malone. hard work, diligence, and The naval reservation has 53.68 miles of roads, and

Claire Trevor Jan Sterling. attention to duty reflect the high figures show that an average of 16,400 cars travel in
Hospital-Student Prince (color and out of the station
every 24 hours during working
Hospital Ring of Fear (color musical Cine); Edmund Purdom. days.

drama Cine); Clyde Bcatty, Mickey Ann Blyth. Info On AA AvailableFor
Converting the
Spillane. mileage to inches we have 3,400-
1 information on Alcoholics 164.80 inches of roads. Prorating this, each one of us
Friday, September 2 "Are really content to has 207.02
spend inches to drive
Anonymous, call extension 648. on. The average car is ap-
Mainside-Jack Slade (drama); your life walking about-the country proximately 192 inches in length. So, it is quite obvious
Mark Stevens, Dorothy Malone. begging?" that if we all want to drive
Running into debt isn't nearlyas we must give due consideration -
.NATTC-Student Prince (color "No, lady," answered the hobo I bad as running into the people to our fellow men!

musical Cinej); Edmund Purdom, "Many times I wish I.had a ear" you owe the debt to. Slow down, drive safely and you will drive longer!



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1' September 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



Prayer ForDrivers I FAW-11. Fasion 109, VW-4, VC-62, Report i,



Scouting SquadronsFAW11 "

God, give me health and commonsense .
I
-
'
To drive the way I ought, Welcome aboard this week to Blodgett as 0fticer-In-Charge, was

To watch the road and follow Chief John F. Jones. Chief Jones lifted to Norfolk the 23rd to join

All the rules I've been taught. reported from Adak, Alaska and CAG 6 for a late season tour of

I will observe the signs that the: Riviera and other Mediterranean
say,. will be assigned TAD to NAS
To stop or lessen speed. aerology. points of interest aboard

And when some child appears All hands are happy to see the USS Lake Champlain.

ahead, Comdr. J. L. Grayson, Wing Op As one leaves, another group

I I will take special heed.I erations officer, back at work is being firmed up for qualification

will be careful at each turn after having been released from and deployment aboard the

Of'motions that I make, I the Naval Hospital. USS Bennington as it journeys to

\, And let the other drivers know I from WestPac. Lcdr. Bud Edmisten is
Thirteen Flight crewmen
The course that I would take.I 1 various Fleet Air Wing Eleven I O-in-C of this detachment which

will be mindful of the wheel 1 will be the second from VC-62 to
Squadrons form the most recent
The pedals on the floor, take the F9F-6P aboard for a
School.
class of the Wing Radio
The shift, the mirror, Instruments e cruise.

., Fasron 109 Emmet Rodifcr, AN, won second -

The tightness of the door.I NEW 6.PRONGED 1\IONSTER-"The Thlng"-a six-pronged Thomas E. Clegg, AD3 was busy place in the southeastern division -

promise to be sober, God, monster with a devastating sting-Is joining the" Marine Corps passing out cigars last week. He of the All-Navy Talent
And drive best. hitch with the "The Thing" Is not a fictional
always my after a brief Army. Contest at Charleston and is
assured
lb.
father of 7V4
is the proud a
that Mill be put
character, but a speedy anti-science weapon
Just
give .me health and commonsense of
a trip to New for
Into production next year Its sting comes from six 106mm recoil baby boy. York
ess rifles mounted In its light frame. The 106s can be fired simul Three men shipped over for six the finals and screening' for an

And I will do the rest. taneously or singly more years last week. They are, appearance on the Ed Sullivan

Erskine D. Guiff, Pill; Joseph O. "Toast of the Town" show. With


i If.: I Bennington First To Try Mirror LandingsThe I Jenkins Price, YNI., AD2 S, e and e Barney L. berg his Starr pantomime and Rodifcr"Cry got,of" a"Noah"three la Stan encores by, Free-Kay,


VW4Once and as usual left the audience
aircraft carrier Benning
ther aft, is a row of cowled lights, rise on the mirror's surface; if again the complicated ma- limp with laughter.The .
ton last week was testing at seaa
I new British-developed system focused on the mirror and for a too low, the light drops.It chinery that hunts, finds, and squadron's only dischargethis
single blob or circle of lighton is unlikely that the new system week
a that
for guiding pilots to carrier landIngs tracks the mammoth, deathdealing was of Robert D.
-t by automatic mirror and the face of the mirror. will completely replace the hurricanes swings into motion Soares, YN1, who came to VC-

I lights technique. e landing signal officer system now as "Edith" begins her northerly 62 directly from Boot Camp, as

Approaching the carrier, the in use by the Navy, but will sporadic march. an SA. During his 45 months with

Although the Bennington's five pilot keeps his blob of light in 'probably be widely used aboard the squadron, he advanced stead
The brief rest has ended, as
day test was the first to be conducted line with the red "reference" the angled-deck type of carrier, ily through the rates to first class
VW-4 once again warms the engines ,
at sea by the Navy, the lights on either side of the mir official sources point out. winning each advancement on the
to the threat of a new
technique has been under study ror, as he establishes the angleof The Bennington was the first first attempt On puzzling
storm, and nerves twitch as won- any
by Air Development Squadron 3 his approach in relationshipwith United States carrier to be con question in the administrative or
der and conjection .
at Atlantic City, N. J., the over the deck runway. If his ap verted to this type, another Innovation : grows.In legal fields, the standard reply
the midst of this activity,
all project being under the At- proach is too high, the circle of introduced by the British which never ceases from June to for the past three years has been

lantic Operational DevelopmentForce light on the mirror to "Ask .
appears Soares"-the
highest compliment -
with headquarters at Nor-. November of each year, comes
folk, Va. I reinforcements. C. II. Roberts, that can be paid to hip

e AGO Students To View New AE2 previously with VF-44 hereat professional competence.. .

British authorities say the mir Jax; C. S. Raybon, AT3, from

works effectively Whiting Field, Fla.; G. B. Eber-
ror-light system -
British On 'Ben'Aviation
, for day, night, and foul- i System sole, SII2, from VP-44 In Nor NARTU AidsIn
folk W. C. Donahue AMAN andJ.
weather flying conditions, replacing -, ; ,
the conventional landing Ground Officers School students at NATTCenter J. Carragher, AMAN, both

signal officer with his signal pad- will have have a chance, to see the newly developed aircraft from NATTC Memphis, are the Navy'sRecruit

carrier landing technique in which mirrors are used when they welcomed newcomers to VW4.

dles.A embark today aboard the carrier USS Bennington for a four- The loss of old warriors has
curved mirror about four
day cruise at sea. been heavy. Ltjg) L. H. Keily, Drive :
feet flanked on each side
square Under command of Ltjg) John Malkwitz, of AGO School, one of VW-4's plane commanders,
by a row of red lights is the ba
part of the large officer student class will board the Bennington. received his discharge last week Naval Air Reserve Training Un-
sic equipment used in the British
This extends The rest, commanded by Lt. Bertram Udovin, will go aboard along with L. D. Creese, AM3, it, Jacksonville,. primarily con
system. : apparatus
the Carrier USS Champlain for two days, September 3 and 4. from structures department, and .
cerned
from the side of the flight deck with the recruiting and
The mirror technique, developed by the British Royal Navy, H A. Harnois, YNSN, from Personnel
and faces aft. About 150 feet far >
: training of Naval and Marine
does away with the Landing Signal Officer in the carrier's E. C. Frazier, AOC, left Air
_ther down the flight deck, fur-, wings. VW-4 for duty with NATI'CMemphis Reservists. has been called uponto

assist in a revolutionary recruiting 4
and A. J. Spurrell was

Jewish Members last Friday cancelled its engage- sent TAD to Disbursing.In drive for the regular I ,
Navy.
to the
answer question on
ment too late to appear in the Features of the new campaignmake '
To "Edith," the, only answer is
Invited
HolyDayObservances Jax Alt News. A substitute band
"Wait and Watch! it possible for young men

was obtained at the last moment e e to select the part of the world In ,

This Friday, Sept. 2, the band VC.6ZDetachment which they would like to serve at* '

will be Charley Conner's. 34, with Ltjg( ) Lee. well us the type of duty they
Local synagogues have invited would prefer. The program includes

personnel of Jewish faith to par shorter tours of duty; the

ticipate in services observing the A general assembly meetingwas CROSSWORD PUZZLE guarantee of attendance at a ser

Holy Days of New Year and Dayof held August 30. The issues ACROSS 'I' j 4 7 t 9 "o w vice school if the applicant meets

Atonement from Sept. 16 brought to the floor had to be l-IVtoe IJ w scholastic requirements; and the "

through Sept. 26. voted on by ajppoximately 61 4-lart vt let I use of the "D u d II Y System",
chiefs and there are around vMtwrII ,ati 11
.
,
The following Reform, Conser- -Kxhil : whereby large groups of men may
1,000 on the base. t2-L'narplrnte.| JIt IE
vative and Orthodox services -Kx,'hii,,v ,4 :J1'r"nI enlist and serve together.
have been announced: It's your club. Many things are ht rnUI.hl'1.lnn MEMBERS OF NARTU Jack-
decided at General Assembly : em. Jt '/ lJ if1) 'l't U
Congregation Ahavath Chesed 11i-\\'IIh"UII\' IU.r 'l/- /h sonville squadrons are eligible for

(Reform) located at St. Johns meetings which are held the last JO-1S--ra..1 I'r.iarvor :1 l' ; 14 (Vh/ !HJ the new program, as well as personnel -
of month. Announcements
Tuesday
Avenue and Mallory Street, will every print51N.nat...'. / JJ, J 'l/ WI..III recruited directly from civilian
made in Jax Air :
celebrate Rosh Hashonah (New are :!- a im Ivy"? /h V/ :I'h life. They may sign for
News the Station and NATTCcn- :Tvrkloh -
,1 it / )1 : : two, three or four tours.
Year) at 2000 on Friday, September so'- 'l/ year
ter Plan of the Day. !T-Rn.lenl /
16, and at 1000-1200 on Satur- !l-Wary K '(// 'HI // 'I' The Navy will guarantee that
The original band scheduled! for 3i-Talk Wit- V/: I"h -
17. of men enlisting together
groups
day, September 21-rr.fIu, nul 4& I'll 'l/ fill ." ....
'This synagogue will observe kor Memorial Service at 1030 on 2F""h and dealrihg the same fleet will

Yom Kipper (Day of Atonement) Sept. 26. 21Bahjlonia'1:: r ij i"f w" be kept together during trainingand

at 2000 on Sunday, September 25 Etz Hayim Congregation (Orth 3*-deityIkttsIAK l room u 11 then be assigned to the fleetof

and at 1000-1800 on Monday, Sep- odox), 29 West Sixth Street, has Si-MettrlAetlimrtkle Ir their choice. Every effort will

tember 26. Yizkor Memorial Ser scheduled New Year's services at Ji-lJmb r hi 1.7. be made to assign each man the

vice will be held at 1600 on Sept. 1830 Friday, Sept. 16; 0800.1300 sf-In-laa.l4n.itwlrarl IteliiJl ....Ne/.r type of duty he desire In that
17 1825 Satur- 41-1'art at "IrtlH'1', J7-lfaV# secure fleet.
26.New Saturday, Sept. ; 4;-l.arce truck ixrapcw nickel Sft-KnlerlNAndarac ...
Year's services will be day, Sept. 17, and 0800-1300 Sun- 41-4'ull tree 19-Tomb, fontAdmin| THE NATIONAL Reserve Plan-
47-Jlutual' -He Indignant t lawn /1ion'snrrremenl
held at the Jewish Center Syna- day, Sept. 18. Atonement Day will at ? -Eom"? tilrknamaIntlrftnltt just passed by Congress, requiresa
61 Title of r..p.C4t.'n4trrarm.nt If-rarent (t UOlJ.) *- minimum of two active
be observed at 1815 Sunday Sept. years
gogue (Conservative), Third. and :4-I'ro'.hel -Chicken tt-I atln for ertlele I
Silver Streets, at 2000 Friday, 25, at 0730-1845 Monday, Sept. 26 .1-Period I of time *-Pier* put In .( :Joiirnejr"DOWN 44-<-h< lce.t duty for all reservists.
2
+OAmpcm point 7-In want -Paper measure i&-one "f
be
Sept. 16; 0800-1200 Saturday, with Yizkor Memorial Service set CJ:-Knconnier Superiority 1'7-0. MI" Columbia'Mohammeda Additional information may
Remainder SI-Wlnxllk* the .
ship had recruiting
contacting
by
Sept. 17 1830 Saturday Sept. 17, for 1100 Sept. 26. 2'
; 5,r-Iktktrv rommander.... -Prohibit 1C-Ptarlnir card
and at 0800.1200 Sunday, Sept. 18. Home hospitality will also be Ift, -.POM. for IC-thAUn\Y iz-iieiieneral nJl"d 47-PoctrlD office, Naval Air Reserve Train
4H Horn
Yom Kippur will be celebratedat available for those who desire it II_ trlldl -4enu of rattle 4 =Klver In Wale Ing Unit, Hangar 113, NAS Jacksonville -
|-Kifn K from IT-Symbol for H-t1llnf'/lO mile Ethiopian: till or phone EV 9-7711, Extension -
1830 Sunday, Sept. 25; 0800- and may be obtained by phoningany
1800 Monday, Sept. 26 with Yir of the above congregations. (See Puzzle Answer Pace t 8, Col. 1)) 360.r .






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Obligation Facing All Men. Why I Decided

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Servicemen On Active Duty Affected By New Reserve LawThis Navy."You Reenlist" can't go wrong In! the


( is the second of a (writs
act. eration for screening from the eight-year obligation in the ready to the stand-by reserve for the That seems to be the unani-
the )
on new reserve
ready reserve to the stand-by re- reserve. They are not subject to remainder of his obligation. mous opinion of those who
The new military reserve slaw the compliance measure for participation 5, Does the act affect the mill- have decided to stick with the
though probably havingits 3. What is the nature of the in reserve training. tay obligation of anyone now in Navy and ship over for another -

greatest effect on men present eight-year obligation? 4. Under the present eight-year the active service or in the re- hitch. -
joining the armed forces after An individual serving in an obligation, how. does an individual serve forces? When asked I
its passage, also contains provisions ight-year obligation is upon release get from the ready reserveto Yes. Incentive programs affect by the' Jax Air I

of importance to serv- from active service trans-: the stand-by reserve? three categories of persons: News to give!
icemen currently on active erred the ( ) A in the Na- his reasons for
to ready reserve, unless He may Voluntarily participatein a person now
duty. Here are the key questions he has had five'or more :years the ready reserve.training pro- tional Guard who entered before shipping over,

and answers pertainingto of active service, in which case he gram (National Guard or re- age 18 H may reduce his required Sargent -
them which have been provided is eligible for transfer to ,the serve), and at such time as his period'of participation from age -
by the House Armed stand by reserve. Individuals active service and period of rea- 28 to eight years by undergoingnot aryman first
Services Committee. transferred to the ready reserve dy reserve participation total five less than three consecutive class, attachedto
1. Does this act reduce the military may spend the remainder of their years he is eligible for transfer months of active duty for training the Commissar -

obligation for persons who I "Store, had
entered the armed forces prior. this to' say: Sargent
[ (b) An individual who is released -
to the date of its enactment? from active duty subse- There is no comparison be-
No. Such tween civilian and
persons are requiredto quent to the date of enactmentof militarylife.
remain member You can't beat the .
a .of a reserve this act may be offered the op- Navy.I
component until the'eighth an- portunity to fulfill his ready reserve ask :you honestly, what civilian -
of their into the jolJ; will bonus
niversary entry obligation and qualify for give me a -
armed forces. to for six
stay more
transfer
tQ the stand-by reserve
2. Does the act cancel the mill years?
by joining and satisfactory par-
tary obligation of combat vet- "I get three square meals a
ticipating in the training of a re-
erans? I serve unit for a period of one day, a place to sleep, medical
No. However, the law specific- :_.. Is :year. During the one-year periodhe benefits plus other benefits and
ally provides that combat veterans is subject to the 45-day com- pay day rolls around twice a
will be given special consid- month "
pliance provisions of the act. This just like clockwork,
s{>s:'' > g will be added Sargent.
,,. s: program available until
t1e July 1, 1957. I "Too he ,

(c) Until July 1, 1957, a person continued, "I'ma
who was on active duty at the
time of enactment may be given fellow who

the opportunity to apply for release I has restless

... .. from such status, after
.
...." .;-' feet. I don't
twelve
\ ; or more months of active
..
.
.
military service, for the purposeof j like to stay in

joining and satisfactorily par- ,i one place too
Labor Day suggestions for ticipating in the t":"' "'
your : ; training of are- long In the
pleasure and profit: I { : ::? ; .n serve unit In so doing he makes Slater
How To Drive Better And himself Navy, I have a chance to move
.',< '" .S' .."..., ....... subject to the 45-day around."
Avoid Accidents: For a happy compliance provisions of the act,
week-end-and many more! 2ltt1: ? but reduces his ready reserve obligation Another man who was justas
Traveling By Car: A family to a period which, when emphatic in his reenlisting
planning guide to better vacation I added to the time 'spent on active was Bernard Slater, storekeeper -
which we heartily recommend for PLACES AT CHARLESTON duty, totals four third class, who also is with
-Emmet Rodifer, AN, of Com- years. FollowIng -
the weekend jaunt, for movingto Rodifer Wins posite Squadron 6 2, admires the this he is eligible for trans- the CommissaryStore. UI'm.a. ,
new duty stations, or just go trophy he won In the South- fer to the stand-by reserve Navy man and proud of it,"
ing places for fun. eastern District Elimination of (AFPS). says Slater. "Put me down fora
Handbook For The Woman the All-Navy Talent Contest. at 20-year hitch. The Navy has
Way To N. Y. Charleston, S. C. last Saturday.
Driver: Should be studied by ev Rodifer, who placed second A bargain is a transaction given me a home and I'm hereto
ery woman who drives a car among 31 contestants, was one where two people are sure they stay
(and,the men who take a glance Talent FinalsJacksonville of Jax Navy's representatives got the better of each other. "You can't go wrong in the
in the auditions. lie now goes
through its pages will profit too!) to the finals in New York, Navy. It offers everything a
How To Live Without Liquor: from where the winners will be man wants-good job, security,
For those who are aware and con Navy's representative picked to appear on the Sept. a good time and the best re-
in the Southeastern 18 Ed Sullivan TV Show.
!
tirement plan in existence "
cerned either for personal reason ,
for District Eliminations held last ( 4)),a' commented Slater.
or intelligent interest in z
will
this social Saturday at Naval 1 Base, compete against other Navy Y I +
.
problem.Motor' contestants in the finals to be
Charleston, S. C., is on his
Auto Repair Manual, to New York to held at St! Albans Hospital, Long
One of the automotive way competein OFFic E #csC
many the finals of the All-Navy Island, N. Y. From the All-Navy
books available in your librariesto Talent Contest. finals will be selected the top tal-

help you tinker with good pur- Emmet Rodifer Airman at- ent to be seenon the Ed Sullivan ;wd
,
pose and better results when you "Toast of the Town"
TV
Show
C qlE aNyyr
tached to Composite Squadron ,
spend your week-end off the Sept. 18.Three. y( : k
highways. 62, captured second place in a

White Men, Red Men, and field of 31 contestants at Charleston. other entries from Jax

Mountain Men: If you want "pick! A pantomimist, he gave his in the Charleston show failed to
up" reading while resting for the' rendition of Kay Starr's recordingof place among the select group. V 6
second to complete some "Noah" and his act of "Cry." They were Eugene Van Paemel,

hobby project, we suggest these GLEN ENSIGN, HN2, from Ma SA, of Fighter Squadron 11, run-

recently published tales of the rine Receiving Training Station, ner-up in the NAS Jar elimina- N @, Calendar of Events _
old west. Plenty of excitement Shreveport, La., was declared the tions and alternates Shirley Mel- $ Yiwxr Labor Day Weekend Special
and humor! first place winner at the Sfi elim loy, JOSA, of Jax Air News, and Events:

The Devil's Pretty Daughter: inations. Ensign is a classical All Wheeler, HN, of NAS Infirm- ( ,
Another new collection of hilarious semi-classical singer. ary Friday, Septa 2

folk tales from the Ozarks. Third place was annexed by The 31 contestants in the SE Happy Hours-1600 to 1800.
Hear Me Talkin' To Ya: Old Wave Dorothy Stowe, PN3, from auditions were selected from the Free Beer-1700 to 1730.

and new, good, bad, or indifferent NAS Corpus Christ!, Texas. WaveStowe Sixth, Eighth, Tenth and Six- Chuck Wagon Barbeque-1630-

jazz programs will be on is a semi-classical vocal teenth. Naval Districts. ., ."" "'..1 ; 1900.
your radio (or your neighbor's) ist. Fourth pjace went to Marine Jam Session in Anchor Room.
ON THE _
This new story of jazz, by the Sergeants Bill Badford and Judge to convicted man: "I'm :Twtnty-year-old WATERFRONT Cynthia Patrick Aquacade at pool-2030.

men who made it, is a' good com- Charles Escoe from Marine Corps giving :you the maximum punish- put both oars in and came Saturday, Sept. 3
panion to really the Blues for Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. ment. I'm going to turn you looseto up with a long-term film con Stars and Bars party for bache
musical knowledge or curiosity. C. Theirs was a. Hill Billy act. worry about world conditions tract. She'll make her movie lor officers sponsored by the
debut In "Pillars of '
How To Build Outdoor Fire ALL OF THE above winners and the high 'cost of living." She's a redhead. the Sky Jacksonville chapter of the Stars

places And Lawn Furniture: The and Bars of America. Dancing to
outdoor hobbies will make thisa the music of Johnny' Jelinek and
profitable weekend with the II RELIGIOUS DATA SPELLED OUT ON NEW ID TAGS II his orchestra from 2100 to 0100..

help of such books as this. Note Sunday, Sept. 4
the added section on cookery. Single letter symbols to denote fense Department has announ- "Y" is used for personnel who Cocktail Dance on Patio-1700-

Successful Color Photography: religious preference will ced.At Indicate no religious preference. i 2000, with music by Chris Met-
If you want to be ready to take be dropped from servicemen's present religious prefer- I calf and his Combo.
.. the perfect picture record of :your ence is shown by the letter "C" The Defense Department revealed I Sunday Buffet, 18002100.
identification tags in the fu-
week-end, 'we suggest you atop for Catholic; "P" for Protestant that tags which have .
I by the library, and choose one of ture. ; "J" for Jewish, and "X" been issued will not be calledin Sitting still and wishing
| the many books available for amateur Religions will be spelled out for all others. The "X" is to but'servicemen may make Makes no person great

I or expert who owns (or or clearly abbreviated on tags be eliminated and specific de- arrangements to obtain. new The Good Lord sends the fishing,
borrows) a camera. issued from now on, the De nominations shown. The letter ones if they wish. But you must dig the bait.



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I I 2% DownRequired SCUTTLEBUTT f


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Home LoansA 1;1 &



minimum of two percent as

t qv ..zr down payment is now requiredby .

veterans buying homes with i i; 141 I

', '' the help of government-insured
GI loans, according to a new VA

regulation aimed to curb infla-

tionary trends. "I think we left him under

No down payment has been the too long!"

,., ., .,, custom since April 23, 1953.
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WING RADIO GRADUATES-ThIrteen flight crewmen from various Air Wing Eleven squadrons Under the new ruling a veteran
have received certificates for completion of the Wine Radio School here at NAS Jax. The will be required to make a down
radiomen and technicians will return to their squadrons to operate air-to-ground radio circuits on
'patrol planes. Front row (left to right) are: G. P. Dwyer, RMC, instructor; John Prlmodir, AT3; payment of $210 if he buys the
Peter Paterson, AT3; Norman Kolodzlejacak, AA; Joe Brown, AT3; J. C. Uroadhead, AA; Henry'Orr, average priced GI home of $10-
AT2. Second row: Charles Hood, AN; Vyan Luttrell, AT3; Keith Woodbury, ATAN; Robert Wright, 500, a VA spokesman said.
ATAN; Donald Fuller, AN; William Attewell, AA; and C. E. Halllwell, RMSN, instructor.
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The time in which a veterancan

Agility TestsPerformance repay his governmentinsuredmortgage

Civil Service Age has been reduced from Stop and Look! Better do just

Tests Divorced From 30 to 25 years.. This new limit
Limits that, Shipmates! Take time to
LiftedAge
does not apply to veterans who
have already purchased their give that uniform a last glance
Promotion Exams In Some restrictions on civil service
Ratings
from The
homes. tip to toe. new emphasis

positions'have been lifted --- *..---*- is on the wearing of 4.0 uni
Special performance tests -will-be conducted every three monthsin a

such fields as typing, shorthand, teletype or Morse code and will by the Civil Service Commission WEATHER OUTLOOK form at all times. If we are goingto

be eliminated from the regular promotion tests for enlisted men Friday Mostly clear with wear the colors of the Navy,

in dozen rates according to official notice made the Establishment of maximum
a an by Navy. partly cloudy skies. Widely scattered how about wearing them proudly *

Those who pass the agility tests age limitations for any posi showers late in the afternoon
evaluation and nQt a true measure ?
will not have to take them again of individual's tion in the competitive servicein and early evening
an year-round
if fail the It's not enough just to have
even they promotiontest ability. 1956 is prohibited.More Saturday Partly cloudy with ,
itself or do not rate high afternoon showers. High 92 de starched grays and blouses with

enough on all factors to win pro SAILORS WHO were requiredto information can be obtained grees. freshly,pressed skirts. Those "out

motion.TO take the performance tests may from the EmploymentOffice Sunday Partly cloudy with of place" items such as pinned

now take them any time before Industrial Relations Department ties, double-rolled cuffs on the
TAKE THESE special tests afternoon thunder showers. High
along with the formal semi-an.' the regular semi-annual promotion in Building 907. 92 degrees. sleeves, un-polished shoos, plus
examinations held each Feb the improper wearing of the bucket -
nual examinations was too much
and All commands hat and garrison
ruary August. cap, can
for the sailors it pointedout.
was
have been instructed to give at cause you to be out of uniform.It .
The previously given performance 15 Employees Earn $575 For
test was considered too least one such test each quarter. is hard at times to correct
The tests for
much of a single, concentrated performance pro the wrong habits we so easily
motion to chief petty officer will Beneficial fall into. When shining those

be the same as that required for July Suggestions shoes or putting a final crease in

promotion to first class.The .
Fifteen Naval Air Station cm iployees, including 14 from Over- those grays seems timeconsuming
following ratings will ,. remember in the
are
, require you
haul and Repair department and 1 lone from Public Works depart-
performance tests: aviation Navy. The uniform is to be worn
ment, have been presented cash checks amounting to a total of
storekeeper disbursing clerk correctly Let's give ours com-
a
$575 for beneficial suggestions ad opted in July.
SALTY HUMOR FROM journalist, personnelman, quartermaster 1 plete once-over and make sure

radioman, ship's serviceman William Lucas, the one Public. spray. we walk with pride as membersof
HERE AND THEREThe
storekeeper, teleman, Works winner, was presented Edward M Haller and John J. the Armed Forces.

cub reporter's first assign yeoman, and emergency service with an additional award of $25 Brewer shared the $100 check *

ratings of bookers and transportation given for their subject test panel, Oops, our fumble! Last issuewe
:
ment was to report on a wedding, check for his idea of installing

but he did not return to the of. men. rubber bumpers in the mess halls. which provides separate power presented a thumbnail sketchon
all members of the Cracker-
fice 'til the next morning. "Whydidn't supply, operating from AC cur
The fellow who thinks "evening"
award winners Jax softball squad who will be
The remaining rent and insuring uniform test
from ?
we get a report you
means the same thing as"night"
making the to New York.
trip
from Overhauland conditions.An ,
demanded the city editor. were employees
angry should note the effect
We neglected to mention Betty
"There was nothing to report $80 award was presented to
Repair.
that it has on a gown.
Deno, a first string player on the
was the cub's airy reply. "The S Howard M. Luck for his "Adjus _
. table Center." team, who has been with the
bridegroom was killed in a car The dog is liked The largest check for $105 was I S CrackerJax for the greater partof

smash on the way to the church By old and young, earned by Jesse L. Jackson for the season.
and the bride died of shock. So Wilbur W. Jarman and AlbertP.
lIe wags his tail his suggestion of a method to
there was no wedding and I just And not his tongue. clean aircraft parts "faster and Nowlin each earned $50. The Betty, a seaman, is 23 years old

went home." S easier." He has proposed a tank former devised an AF aileron and attached to NAS. She, hails

t hanger, which eliminates the use from Traverse City, Michiganand
acid solu
Father: "And when he proposeddid containing a chromic
First Actress The director told of a crane for four hours at a plays second. Betty has had
: you ask him to see me? tion in which aircraft parts are
Lil if she let him kiss her he'd Daughter: "He said he had seen immersed for two to five minutes time; the latter, for safety support four years high school and three

give her in his for heat lamps in the curing years Navy in softball. She is
a small part next you but he still loved me. prior to washing with a water
picture. and heat treatment of helicopter batting at ,425.Newcomer .

-- blades in 7108.
Second Actress: What happened u rn .;76y: Shop to NAS Jacksonville
Six checks for $25 were received -
? a w<
jW and the CrackerJax j contin-
by each of the following
First: She's going to be the gent is Seaman Apprentice Ann _
Overhaul and Repair department:
start Cooper, who Joined the Waves
] Bennett for
O.
employees: Day
*
team a few weeks ago. A third
installation of a metal ladder to
The horse trainer confessed that baseman, she is an old softballvet
just before the big race he gave : -1 facilitate cleaning three vents on with four years high school
roof of 101 G Hilton L
his ___ Duilding ; '
nag a shot of whiskey. _
Tucker for his for varsity behind her.
template glue
"Did he win?" a friend asked. A __ a .
jig to provide a better finished
"Nope
replied the trainer
?' product in less time. A double wedding will take
"but he
was the happiest horsein
the \' b James J. Wood for quick action place this evening, as Shirley _

race. *. 5 clamps that eliminate the use Bednark and Gloria Arvey, both

A employee of bolts and nuts as it drops down attached to NAS, will be marriedin
quick thinking
and slides over the tubing to forman a double wedding ceremony.The .
came up with a new one when
girls will become the bridesof
his foreman effective lock; Ida C. Knowle
demanded "How
for her improved method of man- two shipmates, serving together -
come you're sleeping en the job? /L
on the USS Bennington Willio
"Goodness ufacturing and attaching a cockpit ,
the ia
replied employee
Strichter and Richard Ceaser.
air .conditioner heater duct
"can't a'' man close his .. ,. t .
the AF2W and 2S air
l cover on,I
eyes for a minute of prayer?
t= a craft; Lawrence Green for a mod Six Waves from Aviation Store.

Mr. Jones had recently become ification of electronic equipment keeper School were promoted to

the father of triplets. The minis- A $25 check was shared- by Sid- Airman in the recent examina
ney Bell and William C. Yale for tion conducted at the Naval Air
ter 'stopped him on the street to I HIS 1\ION .MAKINGIDEA-lIarry Wade employee
SHOWS that modifies adjustment Technical Training Center. They .
an adapter -
an
congratulate him. "Well, Jones," i of Overhaul and Repair department, explains the working of his
he said, "I hear that the Lord beneficial suggestion, for which he reaped a $100 check, to Capt. wrench built into the were Phyllis Armantrout, Ava

has smiled Wellington JUnes, 0 & R officer. wadel who was among those top of the vacuum chamber used Bailey, Martha Coffey, Mary
on you. I who were awarded cash for Ideas 1rput to work his Idea for Jesting carburetors for high O'Dell, Mary Scheider, and Betty
:'Smiled on me? repeated I of setting internal relief valves and testing pintle seals on a hy-
altitude Wade.
-Jones. "He laughed out loud. I draulic pump in one operation. performance.



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Eleven Teams Ready For E c-.' ..,, V AFPS SPORTS


-Touch Football WarfareWith .YT { r i ,al Roundup I

/ s (By Armed Forces Press Service)

only one more day remaining before the entry deadline, Richie Reran, one. of the best
eleven teams are slated to participate: in the Mainside intramural all-around cagers: ever to weara
touch football program beginning next week. Parris Island C. C., uniform,
Closing time for grid entries is joins the Rochester Royals of the
ped by the NCAA and college
i 1300 tomorrow; Sept. 2. NBA next season.
So far, the following activities football several seasons ago. But Tiny Ernie Oravetx,WashingtonSenator
since local intramural .
squads
are
are planning to field pigskin freshman flychaser, play-
limited to' 15 the unlimited
squads in the Fall grid wars: Op. players, ed for Ft. Bragg.. N. C., In the
substitution rule will be
erations, NARTU: Supply Fasron 1953 Third Army baseball tourna-
used.
109, Fleet Air Wing 11, Fasron M ment. Ernie stands only 5'4". .
.; fi
C, VW-4, VC-62, VP-3, Overhaul Iron Man Points .i .wtn Long ball hitting Norm Zauchin,
and Repair and NAS Personnel. All teams will operate In one: Boston Red Sox first .baseman,
Free Substitution league this season and any post played for Camp Gordon, 'Ga., in
All, games this season will be season position playoffs to determine -. the same tourney.
played under regular National standings and points toward s
Short putts: 1st Lt. Joe Conradof
the Ironman Trophy will _ 4 ;
L-
Collegiate Athletic Associationrules
f' Gary AFB, Tex. and 2nd Lt.
.... except that the free substi be conducted among the top five Ray Terry of Patrick AFB, Fla.,
tution rule, allowing players to teams. plan to'enter the national ama-
enter the game at any time, will The team with the best won teur golf tourney at Richmond,
be in effect and lost record will be the cham Va., Aug. 30 Although M/Sgt.
This rule, of course, was drop- pion and playoffs will determine .l Al Greer placed 17th in recent
the remaining four spots. This
all-marine
golf tourney, he was
system i is used extensively mighty happy to see Hob Benning
NAWS Leads the station intramural
throughout win
the open title and Don Albert
athletics program because it I V FOR VICTORY-Representing the Southeastern District, place sixth. When Greer
Jacksonville Navy's Crackerjax leave today for the All-Navy Wo- was a
keeps all teams hustling for a
I men's Softball Championship Tournament being held at NAS marine instructor at Purdue Uni
DeLong TrophyCompetition share of the coveted Trophy i Floyd Bennett Field, N. y, Sporting a record of 32-9 for the'season versity, Benning and Albert were!
points. the Waves will be competing: against the Navy's top women NROTC students. He talked them
The reaches close aggregations. Team members are, beginning at top :and followingthe
program a
into
joining the Marine Corp!.
I V, roach James Lindenmeyer; Betty Deno, second baseman;
and a climax when the NAS and Shirley Hanson, third baseman; Pat Gorsky, outfielder; Ellen < .
NATTC league titleholders meet Carlson, pitcher; Jean Larson, catcher; Chris Duck outfielder;
As the Fall sports program In a special post-season contestin team captain Pat Ashcraft outfielder; Diana Fitzpatrick, pitcher; Kennedy Victor In
'opened this week in NATTCenter late October for the Jax Navy Carol Ilooser pitcher; Nancy Ward, outfielder; Gerry Gorsky,
intramural athletics, Naval Air Intramural Championship. officer shortstop In;charge:Lnple Ortiz Matt,Kurllich.outfielder; Ann Cooper, first baseman; and Civilian Golf PlayRay

Weapons System School Is leading
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Kennedy and Rod Pinney
the race for the Capt. HenryC.
DeLong trophy with 702 Vi Officers' Wives List captured first and second place

points.i Aviation Storekeeper M a '. rVJ it Links ActivitiesA honors in the NAS Civilian Golf

School next with 593 Vi points. Club tournament played last Sat ....
The intramural pool tournament busy month lies ahead for urday at Hyde Park. Round robin
opened this week in the Enlisted t. members of the station Officers'''
competition was played.
Men's Lounge, building 593,
Wives Golf Association, according
The next civilian tourney will
an badminton is scheduled to rv. ty4 YC
start Thursday, Sept. 8. to plans announced this week be staged Sept. 24 at Hyde Park.
Both touch football and volley- In addition to a regular monthly .

ball are tentatively programmedfor meeting planned for Friday,,

September 15, winding up the Sept. 9 in the Officers Club, the
year for points towards the trophy Mainside Intramural -Golf League group also will stage two tour-

neys during the month.
Present Standings: Establishing New HandicapsThe The first of these Is scheduledfor

NavAIrWeaps 7tt!J Tuesday, Sept 12, with club
AK School 59314! Mainside intramural golfing program will get underway members meeting in a nineholematch. I
AN-P School 5324! next week with only one notable change in. the rules. Participants may use only
AE-A School 491 Early scheduling called for the any three clubs of their choiceto (Personnel are Invited to visit
AO-A School 423 ent ability-with no division be- the USD Servicemen's Club at 37
Linksters to begin play on Aug. complete the course.
AE-B School 401J! ing made in any case. West Monroe St. The Club Is open
ust 31 but unforeseen delays, plusa Then on Sunday, Sept 18, the
SS-lst Lt. <01 Labor Division "A" golfers will be from 0900 to 2330 dally.)
MarAvDet longer layoff for the group will hold its second -tournament
TraFaciliUes 243 372 Day weekend, prompted Special limited to single bogie scores on a razzle-dazzle four ball 1 Thursday, Sept. 1-2000, Record

AO-n School l 227 Services officials to move the any given hole; double bogies dffair, open to all officers and Hop.
Supply 120 starting date to around September will be allowed Class "B" players their wives.A Friday, Sept. 2 -2000, Bingo

7.Most. and "C" division participantsare drawing will be held foi, party with prizes.
of the rules governing( to be limited to triple bogie partners and the resulting foursomes Saturday, Sept 3-1000 to 2400,
Jax Navy Links golf play for the first half of this scores on any one hole. will tee off at 1500. Open house all day and evening.

year will be retained in the upcoming Twelve team entries were received To make the afair more en Sunday, Sept. 4-1000, Coffee
Squad Chasing loop, except that a major prior to the deadline last joyable-and a little tougher for, hour; 1730, Vespers and refreshment -
revision ot the handicap systemhas Monday. These include: ComFairJax everyone-special obstacles and by the Brentwood Baptists;

TimuquanaJacksonville been introduced. VP-NARTU, Supply, Fas- "traps" will be placed on the 2000, Free movie.
THE NEW PROVISION states ron 109, Fasron 6, Faw-11, Administration course."I Monday, Sept 5-1909(), Ping
Navy golfers madea that golfers will be grouped into VC-62, Operations, Pong and Song Fest.
game attempt to overtake the three divisions for handicap Hospital, and FAWTU. haven't seen your wife for a Tuesday, Sept 6-2000( Game
leading Timuquana Country Club purposes with Class "A" men be- Here is the golf schedule for long time. Is she still as prett. Night.

links team last Sunday as' the I ing assigned handicaps from one opening day, Wednesday, September as ever?" Wednesday, Sept. 7 2000, _
Jax combine defeated Cecil Fieldin to 12 strokes inclusive; Class "B": 7: VP-3 vs. Administration, "Yes, she is-but it takes hei. Dance, music by the NATTC Ser-
a monthly JAGA-sponsored. golfers with handicaps of 13 to NARTU ComFairJax. longer io get that way." enadcrs.

team match at Cecil Field, 22-5. 24 strokes inclusive, and Class

73 Scott Jax's while shared Andy Cecil medal Petnuch Field's honors and Bill Erwin Kor-with "C"dicaps strokes.players ranging will be from assigned 25 to han 36 II No Figure In Sports More Maligned Than The 'Ump' | I Iral


ressel was low man for the losers, Handicaps will be readjustedafter Volumes and volumes of copy Yet, under the circumstances,I softball season the ten men
shooting a 74. each nine hole score, al- eulogizing the efforts of our the umpire plods through it all who officiated met In a "bodyprior
I
The Fliers are just 5 points out though they may not be changedmore sports heroes find their'' way in and does his job. And it Is a job to the opening of the sea-
of first position, trailing behind than two strokes, up or the sports pages of our newspapers He deserves credit for a job well son when they discussed rules
Timuquana 146% to 151H. The down. but how much do you ever done. and regulations. They were
month of September will be a UNDER THE FORMER system read about the "umpire One group of umpires who doa briefed on "situations" that might
-
crucial time for the Station squadas linkstcrs were merely assigneda No figure In sports is more maligned ;yeoman-like job are the ones arise in a game. Too, they met.
they will meet Timuquana in I handicap based on their appar- or takes more abuse than who work the intramural games at times during the competitiveseason.
a match on the Station greens. I the man in blue behind the plate here at NAS. The success of any .
The contest could prove to bea Companies 32, 34 -the fellow with the checkered large-scale intramural program Umpires who contributed to
deciding factor in who will take shirt who blows the whistle on depends largely on how the the success of the 1955 Mainside
the lead in the Jacksonville Ama- Foes In SmokerMarine the basketball courts and the "game is handled"-meaning the Intramural Softball League play

teur Golf Association competition. companies 32 and 34 football fields. work of the umpires. included Jack Piva, NARTU;
Date for the match has not will furnish the boxing programat You would think that he had Carrol Mabry, CommissaryStore
..
yet been decided. the Naval Air Technical Train stomped on his grandmother, hit Inexperience may sometimesrear ; James Moore Operations;
Current standings in the JAGA ing Center Thursday, September his mother on the head 'with a its ugly head among those Bradley Kidd, Special Services;
tournament are : Timuquana, 15, according to Capt. Thomas baseball bat, or hung his boy who officiate athletic contests, James Groover, Special Services;
151V4; NAS Jacksonville, 14G'i; Mooney, assistant training officer from the nearest tree-to hear the and the directors ofm the Main- Don Meyerchick, Fasron Six; W.
Brentwood, 118; San Jose, 98; Ce of Airman Preparatory School. fans cry. They "hate" him. lie's side Intramural sports program W. Umstead NARTU; W. E.
cil Field, 75; Hyde Park, 69; The bouts, scheduled for King so mean. He's a big jerk who have a system to'combat this sit- Mathews, NATTC, and Roy Buell,
Beauclerc. Hall, will begin at 8 o'clock. should have his eyes examined. uation. During the 1955 intramu- Operations.




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September 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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JAX : ,' ::< l\ i.: VC-62 Upset In LantFleet

Sports $' j'4 ," .., .,,,. ,. '" .. ..,
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BriefsIt's Softball Tourney FinalsFriday


That Time Again Depart- August 26 will always be remembered as "BlackFriday"
ment: The Air 'Station assumes '
for Composite Squadron: G2.
the look of Fall as once more the i
air fills with the flying footballsof S Y For that is the date the VC-62 tournament representatives.GLIDEtf .

practicing intramural pigskin- softball team, after having seem- ELL HAD pitched sen.
ers. Only a few short ,days now ingly clinched the Atlantic Fleet sational sotfball in the first four
until the after-hours athletes go \c crown with four straight wins contests, striking out 52 men in
to the post for Ironman Trophy suddenly lost its magic touch and 27 2/3 innings. And he pitched

honors. the title in a final doubleheaderseries well in the finals, too, but his
to Submarine Force, Atlantic
t mates left him just one run shortin
A doff of the derby to an enthusiastic : Fleet.It both ends of the final series.
booster in wasn't so bad that they lost
sports over Had VC-62 won either of the ,
NATTCenter-CWO Nelson Bottorff -it was just the way it happened -. last two games with SubLant the .

-who has gone along way % Atlantic Fleet title would have
toward making the Aviation The Squadron 62 lads went been theirs. The Submariners had

Storekeeper School a much-re H down the hard way, losing by previously lost a third round de-
spected entry in NATTC athlet tear-provoking scores of 2-1 and cision to the Jacksonville club

3-2 while Ace Righthander Don and needed only one additionalloss
ics.As athletic: officer of the school, ,Glidewell worked the full 16 to eliminate them from the
CWO Dottorff organized a regu- innings required for the doubleheader double-elimination affair.

lar football "farm-system" within :. The only other VC-62 hurler
the school to furnish athletesfor For Glidewell who won the to see action in the entire tour-
the "first team" for entry in Most Valuable Player award for ney was Bill Keefe who worked
the NATTCenter circuit. From A the second consecutive year it only 1/3 of one inning in the
nine squads of navy and marine was almost a repeat of the 1954 Composite crew's third game.

personnel selected' the top men tourney.The Pete Sheets who played first
to represent the school in intra- superlative moundsmanwas base most of the season switch

Center competition.In beaten by SubLant 1-0 in the cd to rightficld during the tour-

addition, prior to the cur- final game last year while play ney and belted the ball at an
rent pool tourney, he had his ing with Fasron 109, Jax Navy amazing .840 clip to take down
in the ----------- --
men practicing eveningsand all the honors for the tourney'smost
also took a,hand with his GOLFING FAMILY Henry Ilolden ATC, of Aviation 22 Entered outstanding Hitter.
bowlers the airconditionedNATTCenter Ground Officers' School, finds his golf competition within his
on family. His wife, Mary Ellen plays in the Enlisted Men's Wives To gain the finals, SubLant defeated -
alleys. Club tournaments, while 'son Billy, eight years old, competeswith In. Pool the Atlantic Fleet Mine
S. the juniors.Maroon Force team in a semi-final tilt,
Marine Hq. at Quantico, Va.., 4-1.
and Ft. Belvoir have signed an TournamentTwentytwo t .
& Gold
Would You Like
agreement to meet in a Colonial
Tuesday
players
Sons Dads Take .
Bowl football game for the benefit To Officiate In opened the 1955 intramural pool '"
of Shriners' crippled children First tournament in the Enlisted Men's
Cops City
hospitals throughout the world. IM Contests? Game Room, Building 593, at the To The GreensSeptember

The charity game, the first ol Naval Air Technical Training
Would you like a parttimejob
an anticipated annual event, will Playoff TiltWith as an official with pay, Center. 11
be played October 8 at Alexan
short working hours and a Play for the 50-point matches
dria's George Washington high the will be conducted during the Station fathers will have a
one leg up on City chance to meet people who are
school stadium. result noon hour. chance September 11 to see just
baseball championship as a going places?
.
what their
of Bob Radloff three-hit pitching If so, then you should contact Entries included Rotter, NAV golf-playing youngsters
Did you know that Jacksonville performance Monday night Special Services immediately Weaps School; Dumas, AK have learned this Summer
Naval Air Station boasts one against Hardage & Sons at Wood- I because there's a job awaitingyou School; Enoch, AK School; Schea- when the sons and their dads
of the finest 18-hole champion stock, the NATTCenter nine was now as an official for intramural fer, NA Weaps School; Buttgereit pair up for the annual All-Sta.
ship golf courses in the South in a fair way to capture the title touch football league AE-B School; If. Varnes, Nav- tion Junior-Senior Golf Tour.

The course measures 6,618 yards this week.A games. Weaps School; Tassone, AE-B ney.The
and has a par of 72. There is alsoa second game was scheduledlast Why not attend the meetingat School; Wood, AK School; Lan- yearly event is scheduled

driving range for the use of all night and a third, if necessary Building 930 today, September caster, NAVWcaps School; Alton, just before the opening of school,
station personnel. Jack Harvey,, Friday night at Woodstock. 1, at 1530 and see what NAVWeaps School; Rigsby, AK so that the younger linksters,
golf professional, gives lessons to Radloffs three-hit hurling per- this interesting occupation has School. many of whom have been taking

all interested military personnel formance, plus timely hitting by to offer! Grantham, NAVWeaps School; lessons throughout the Summer
by appointments made months, will have chance
throughthe a to
Art Dornath Gene Wilson AK
Mel Young, Hampton, SpccServ; ,
golf shack. Yost and Yuneman, brought the School; Murray, AE-B School; show their stuff.
Small boy scowling over report
Maroon and Gold a 10-5 victory Monroe, AN-P School; L. Varnes, THE TOURNEY is being play-
A leading figure in NATTCen Monday. card, said to his dad: "Naturally)) NAVWeaps School; Bohnstengel, ed on a handicap basis for the
ter volleyball Carl Sturm has I stupid to teacher she'sa first time this and
Although in trouble because seem my ; NAVWeaps School; Kurilich, Special season junior
been detached and is reporting of errors and occasional wildness college graduate." Services. participants will be grouped into -
for duty at Lockheed Aircraft t Radfoff bore down In the three divisions: the junior division -
Co:, Burbank, Calif., for further clinches to keep the sailor-ma- for boys of 12 years of age:
training and transfer. Sturm who rine combination out of danger and over, the junior juniors divi-
recently made chief was an instructor In the sion for lads from 9 to 12 "and
despite a' four-run scare
in the Class B Aviation eighth. the peewee division for boys 8
Electrician's Mate School at NAT years old and under.There's .
NATTCenter got off to a one-
TC. run lead in the first inning when no age restriction on
Mel Williams singled, moved to the dads-as long as they're able
NATTCenter will lose another second on Joe Atwood's single to keep up with the youngsters.All .
sports program booster soon with and trotted home as Yuneman entries for the event must
the transfer of Lcdr. O. S. Brad-t singled..Another run in the second ? u,. i Y"ti be turned in to the Golf Shack
dock, Jr. As training officer oi came after Smokey Vanover prior to 1200 on Friday, September -
the Airman Preparatory School doubled and scored on Young's 4% 9.JUNIOR.
and later of the Aviation Elec- f
DIVISION partici-
double to right center.In .
trician's Mate Schools, Lcdr, the sixth three runs scored. : pants and their fathers will play
Braddock backed intramural ath. Young was hit by a pitched ball & 18 holes while the junior jun-
letics to the limit. "They are great and moved to second on Williams' iors and their pops will clash
morale boosters," hq; often said',t sacrifice. Atwood walked and over a nine-hole span. The smaller -
"and tend to relieve classroom I Young scored when Yost singled. iilIi92Wrd? IzA boys in the peewee bracket
"
tensions. Yuneman's single scored Atwood will go for only six holes.
;
and Yuneman moved across homeon The tournament will be played
Art Dornath's double. Ft&iJ..4 along regular two-ball tourney
Mainside Bowlers After Hardage nearly tied the & YM.ibv rules, with each pair of contest-
score at six-all in the top of the ants selecting the better shot
Gather FridayA eighth, NATTCenter came back. from the tee and then playing

with four runs on their own. At- alternate strokes from that point.
for
meeting representatives b {.ry
i. Prizes will be awarded to the
wood hit Yost doubled a
was ,
of Mainside intramural fr"I't/ ; J K winning duos in each bracket.
Yune-
terrific drive to left center,
bowling teams will be held this
was. yaw ': Last
k year's defending cham-
man walked and Dornath collected -
Friday, September 2 at 0930 in .
pions are Comdr. Frank Hcycr
his third hit of the game.
the
Special Services office, --...--- ... .. -----. ... of Fleet Air Wing 11 and son
Building 930. In a school essay on "Parents," TRIPLICATE GAMES PATCH-Fred Daly (left) of Airman Bob.
The meeting was originally the young hopeful wrote: We get Preparatory School, who bowls for NATTCenter In the lax Veterans --- ... .
scheduled for today but has when they are so oMit League, receives a triplicate patch from team captain Tiny What most kids object to about
been re-scheduled for tomorrow our parents Wilhorn. Daly bowled three Identical games of 182 In a recent
school is the principal of the
is hard to change their
very match-a thousands-odd occurrence-and received the patch from
habits." the American Bowling Congress as a result. thing.I' .





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DonationsContinued
Some Michigan

0 ( From Page 1)
K-Bonus ChecksUncollected
28
FOR RENT years ago.

1 bdrm. turn apt 2738 Post St "MY REACTION is, of course,

Mrs. Jordan. we will pitch In and help," President -

Can Imagine anyone Eisenhower said in
you re-
5 rm. unfurn. apt. 3662 Riverside.EL .
4-4126. Smith. turning down a veterans' bonus sponse to a report' by the American -

,. check! Red Cross which estimates
...
2-3 furn. 2148 RosselleSt. '. :
rim apts. .,' Either 150 Michigan
> some
: :;. he rehabilitation need for individual
4iI} \.
EL 56374. Mrs. Winter. <;
M1k Korea veterans don't care for families. 'The heart of

3 rm. apt. Murray Hill. EV 8-1760. t ,,' their bonus checks or the 150 America is not going to standstill

Mrs. Ballentyne. ... claimants are lost. while some Americans are
'
3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. 4617 UlmerSt. The 150 Michigan Korea bonus In distress and in need of help.

Ext. 789. Raker. checks have been returnedto
k. 'S Despite the "deluge of aid" thatIs

Share 3 bdrm. hse. Murray Hill. the state auditor general' coming in, an expenditure of

EV 8-8827. Mrs. Connor. office at Lansing, Mich., from millions Of dollars will be required -
which the applicant's last
2 bdrm.. turn apt. 2315 Park St ?A, r.k known address. for the care and rehabilitation -

EV 74455. Holsomback. of over 8,000 needy and
Thirty-eight of the checks
2 rm. furn. apt. $40. Riverside, were returned from armed homeless families. This relief job

EV 72694. McJunkins. forces addresses. I' will require many months to han

dle, a job that may compare in
2 rm. turn. elf apt. 48 RiversideAve. Korea veterans from Michigan
financial outlay by the Red Cross
$12.50. EV 4-1279. who have failed to receive
with other major relief operationsof
1 bdrm. furn. apt. $65. Murray ; h\R their checks should write the the past 15 years.

Hill EV 93176. Mrs. Gaines ....4SCOUTS......" .. -- ...._M., ...r---,7.--, _. Auditor General of Michigan, I. EARLY REPORTS showed that
Unfurn. apt. 4346 Shirley Korea Bonus Check Writing
gar. TOUR NAS-There was IIttle'mlssed families
very by more than 12,000 were
Ave. EV 9-3146. Dept., Lansing, Mich., including
440 Explorer Scouts who concluded a week's rendezvous at being fed and housed in a net
2 rm. turn apt. Five Points. 2037 Jax last Friday. Their's was a complete tour of activities of --1 their identification, claim
Station. Here they witness a Wave from work of Red Cross shelters and
Herschel St. $12. EV 74321. Aerology i number and current address.
release a weather balloon. I that it will be necessary to car-
Mrs Caldwell.

.. ..._._ ........_u..." ..._._..__. ry on .continued emergency care
3 rm and 4 rm. turn apts. $65.
AircraftContinued tor? many of these ftrickgn fam-
1640 Willow Branch Ave.- EV
ilies for weeks or months until

9-6936. Mrs. King. ( From Page 1) } homes can be rebuilt and refur
2 bdrai furn. apt 436 Oak St.
over in non-specular light gray nished.

EL 4-6303. color, except trainers. Trainers' !i Sr v';X?1 4 V' More that 260 trained disaster
3 furn. apt $50. 2601 :
rm. gar. will I be painted orangeyellow.Main workers have been _assigned by
Park St. EV 82770. Miss Hous : :,
ton. .. rotor blades will be non- the Red Cross which has also

specular light gull gray on upper rushed scores or building advi-
2-1 dble. rm. $8, $10. 2601 ParkSt. k
surface and non-specular blackon ors into the six-state area to
EV 8-2770. Miss Houston. '
lower surfaces." appraise homes. and small business -
3 rm. apt. $65. 3889 Boone Park

Ave. EV 9-2063. Patrol aircraft, both seaplanesand :4; destruction. and damage.

1 dble, 1 sgle rm. Avondale. EV land planes, will be painted + : Preliminary estimates point to
a.reconstruction and refurnishingJob
9-3287. Mrs. Bolton. semi-gloss seaplane,gray over all :
comparable affected
exterior surfaces for those many
3 bdrm. hse. Lake Shore. 5118 except :.
communities with that of the
,
Marlene. EV 9-4640. J. Dollar. patrol craft which may be specified
Kansas Missouri Oklahoma Illinois
3 bdrm. brick hse, unfurn. $85. by the Chief BuAer at a la- LAx -
flood in which
ter date.. is dark < operation,
4636 Timoquana Rd. Ext. 8155. Seaplane gray a
the Red Cross expended appr x.
Haynes. gray color whose'exaot shade is
Imately $14,000,000 for
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Lake Shore. still in the process of being. established emergencyand
rehabilitation aid.
EV 87477. Kuzla. !r y rk: ? Cy 0'L' .

FOR SALE Some Are Bright

16 ft. trailer. $1050. Lot 65, Azalea Training aircraft, both land and .. .._. __._ _. __ __ __ ___. n____ Capt. Hines

Trailer Court. seaplane types, will be painted "WHAT'S THIS FOR?"-Awed and amazed by all the gadgets (Continued From Page 1))

3 bdrm. hse. 4542 Blount Ave., all over on orange-yellow, for Inside the cockpit and on the Instrument panel of an F9F

Lcdr. Arnold, Ext. 622 or 203. primary jet and primary single Cougar Jet, these Explorer Scouts were full of questions after month, Captain JUnes leaves

3 bdrm. hse, GI equity. 5358 Carder reciprocating engineer trainers. being shown the Ins and outs of Jets at Jax based squadrons. The Jacksonville with a fine record of

St. EV 72965. Scouts, from Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, got an achievement During his shortened *
Shanley. Advanced jet trainers and multi earful
and an eyeful during their week's encampment here.
he witnessed the
steady
29 ft. trailer. Lot 5, Azalea Trailer reciprocating engine trainers. stay
growth of the big 0 & R plant
Court will be painted in a split interna FRA Branch 126 To
and remained long enough to seo
3 bdrm. hse. $400 down. 4549 Bir-
tional
and insignia white
kenhead Rd. Lakeshore. EV 8- color scheme orange, except for advanced Hold Dance Sept 11 the beginning of construction on
the huge helicopter repair han.
5144. seaplane type trainers, which will The sixth anniversary of Fleet
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5389 gar expected to be completednext
Equity. remain in their combat color. Reserve Association, Branch 126, .
Woodcrest Rd. EV 8-6270. L. L. year.
Utility land planes not em- will be observed at a dance'to beheld

Stover. ployed in training will be bare at the Roof Garden of the (ly Armed Forces Pr... $*rrc ) He served as' chairman of the
2 bdrm. C. B. hse. down. Board of the 1955 Jacksonville
$700 $37. Gen. MacArthur has
aluminum, or aluminized finish Mayflower Hotel, Saturday, Sept. Douglas,
5636 Kimbrell Dr. Haynsworth, 17 from 2100 to 0100. Crusade for Charity drive, which
when required to control corro- given producer Milton Sperling
Cecil Field. Ext. 474. netted over $95,000.A .
sion, except for target-towing Raymond Gage and his Orchestra the okay to portray him in a
Dup bgl. $650 down. 5204 BraggRd. native of Kentucky, born in
aircraft. Utility seaplanes will be will play. FRA members and
for' the motion
Mr. Baker. EV 9-0256. scene picture Woodbury and listing Bowling
painted in all over semi-gloss their guests are invited. Dona-
33 ft. trailer. Equity reas. Bruce "The Court-Martiar-of Billy Mit- Green as his home town, Captain
seaplane gray.Landbased. tions of $1.50 a head will be ac
Trailer Park. 7000 Main St. Lot cepted. chell." Gen. MacArthur, a major Hines was graduated from the

39. Moore. transport planes Naval Academy class of 1930. He
4 general at the time of the famous
will be bare aluminum
or alum-
MISCELLANEOUSRiders 1925 trial, is believed to be the won his aviator wings at Pensa-

wanted from 8th & Mainto inized finish for corrosion, with SupplyContinued only living survivor cola in 1932.DURING .
the addition of solar heat reflect-
0 & R. 0700-1530. EL 4-1026. of the
Mrs. ing insignia white on' the top of: ( From Page 1) k y THE early part of
Hodges. officers who 1sr World War II, he served aboard
Ride wanted from 3110 Oak St. the fuselage. Seaplane transportswill dar for the .new year. served on the
the carrier USS
Saratoga first
be painted in all-over semi- ,
to Bldg. 500, NATTC; 0730-1610 gloss seaplane Serving with Mrs. Rucker on courtmartiaLVeteran large U. S. combatant ship torpedoed -
gray.Inslgnlas
begin. Setpt 19. Margaret Lof- the committee in charge of the actor at sea during the war.
tin. Ext. 677. Remain Wendell *

Wanted ride from Blanding Warning aircraft not designed local conversion program are A. Corey has ink- Following tours of duty at NAS

Blvd. to NAS, 0700-1530.: EV for carrier operations, will be L Betancourt,. supervisor of material ed a contractto Miami and with the Bureau of

9-5425. A. Reader. painted patrol plane colors. division:; E. L. Rodiellat supervisor start in and .' Aeronautics, where he sen ed as
H e a d Experimental Engines
Ride wanted from Southside Es- Land based observation aircraft of south storage area; narrate "High ,
Branch, Power Plant Division he
tates to NAS, 08001630. Ext. will be olive drab on all upper C. J. Carpenter, supervisor of Venture," a n assigned for three to
313. Saunders. surfaces and *-**; **"" { was years
glossy insignia air force series
machine records division; and W. the Manhattan Project at Oak
LOST AND FOUND white on lower surfaces. to be filmed at Mangano
K. Wilkins supervisor of stock Ridge, Tenn., in October 1946.
Lost-Annapolis 1953 class ring, Aircraft assigned to antisubmarine Warner Bros.
lIe student there and also
name inside. James J. Chesley, warfare use, helicopters section No. 1. He'll act in nine and emcee 30 was a
,
served as Navy liaison on Nuclear
Ext. 578: will the other shows Lovely SUvana
excepted, employ carrie, tained in present specifications, Energy for Propulsion of
aircraft color scheme, if the planeis remain unchanged with but few I Mangano has received the Silver
Aircraft
(Answer To Page 3 Puzzle) designed for carrier operations. exceptions. Ribbon, the Italian Oscar, as the ; projectCaptain

.
best Italian'actress of 1955 Hines owns a Letterof
If designed for land operation, I
R'S N Since the new color scheme
T Commendation from the Chief,
Ex-soldier David Janssen thought
the aircraft comes under the category -
N I is one of long range,
program Bureau of Aeronautics for his
. he through with military
I N ATPR of patrol aircraft and will was
there will be a transition period
in the of air-
development
part
be painted patrol colors. service when he got his honor-
when both old and new color
E craft'engines..
1 1T But
able discharge last year.
T AT Target towing and drone con- schemes will be in use, even with

' I ATN trol aircraft will be painted in in a squadron, it is pointed out since his release he has played, ing off." It takes 14 months be-

I N ARRI orange-yellow, engine gray and In the interests of economy, the:J seven roles in the movies, all 01 fore the skipper of the vessel, "Re

VAN NS A NT insignia: red color. old color schemes will continueto ;iI i I them serviceman parts. luctant," James Cagney, discovers

,
I NO NTII t tR Other markings on aIrcraft, be used as long as the finish Comic Jack Lemmon, in them that a young ensign played by

'' N and design and location of national affords sufficient durability II film version of "Mister Roberts I Lemmon is a member of the

aircraft insignia as con- service. ... sets the all-time record for "goof. ship's company.






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