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Creation Date: September 15, 1955
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I ::1.- Sailors To Try New Shipname Sleeve Marks 1\I


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Sailors on 14 ships next seam. The reverse colors wouldbe small use of blue hats by enlisted a questionnaire as to his re-

month will be wearing the used for the white uniforms personnel stand in the commendation. The future of

name of their ship on their BECAUSE A flood 0 f requests way of granting the request," the new name device will depend }

sleeves. If they like this new has come from sailors stated the board. upon the outcome of these

type of ship identification, it and fleet commanders for questionnaires. v
,a return Since the board felt that a
will become part of the uniform !-
to the of
practice puttingthe new identifying mark would SAILORS WILL begin test-
for all enlisted men. ship's name on the flat hat tend to increase tHe sailors'morale Ing the new ship-name tab in
Embroidered in white letterson rjbbon the Permanent Naval
and pride in their ship, October. Chief' Petty officers
a blue background and Uniform Board has suggestedthe
the sleeve mark is to wilt not take, in the test.
the being put part
curved to fit the shoulder, use of the sleeve mark.
new sleeve mark will be worn "The complexities of logistics, a three months test, after The marks will be used onlyon
centered below the right sleeve expense to individuals, and which each man will fill out the liberty uniform.
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VOL-13 No. 25 U S. N. A S. Jacksonville Fid. 15 September 1955 MARTIN\ 'AND LEWIS No
It Is not the famous comedy
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team of the entertainmentworld
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tJ1'
yrLAf' VA-105 First the Naval Air Technical Train
1 ing Center:Comdr. James Martin -
(seated) is shown with Lt.
: rn David Leu Is, assistant legal
To Test, New'Mirrorlight' officer. '


No Traffic
F &

i4 Attack Squadron' 105 of East At

Jacksonville, one of the outstanding
squadrons on ,the 1530-1600
..
East Coast, recently returned
from a weeklong stint aboard Effective Monday, Sept.
sLW d.,,' the carrier USS Bennington, 19, all traffic except buses
> became the first "prop" squadron and emergency vehicles,
to qualify pilots in day will not be permitted to travel -
and night carrier landings east (entering) on Yorktown .
with the use of the British- between the hours of
designed "mirror system.' 1530 and 1600.

The Bennington tour was one The 'stop signs facing
M of the later preparations made by Yorktown on Ranger, Lang-
the squadron before it joins the ley, Ballard, and Ajax
Bennington on the West Coast In streets will be covered.with
DECK MIRROR QUALIFIERS Fourteen of the 20 pilots of Attack Squadron 105 rather after October. The carrier left Jax wa- a sign ,directing only left
chalking one up for history. VA-lO5 pilots were the first In the fleet to complete day and night ters last week for the West Coast turns onto Yorktown. Pa-
carrier landing qualifications using the British-developed mirror-light system tried aboard the USS via South America. VA-105 with trolmen on the corners of
Bennlngton off Mayport Squatting are (left, to right Ltjg( Bert Forner; LtJg( ) Blair Stewart;
Comdr. S. W. Forrer, skipper; Lt. George Andrews; Ensign Alexander de Bodisco and LtJg( Gilbert other units of Air Task Group Mustin and Allegheny will
Winans. Standing (left to right) LtJg) Leonard Daluto; LtJg) William Grady; LtJg) Stephen 201, will board the ship on the direct east bound traffic
Toadvlne; Lt James Spargo; Ltjg( ) Robert Goodwin; Ltjg( ) William Miller; Ltjg( ) Donald Vonis West Coast and thence to the off Yorktown.The .
and Lt. ,Fred Owens. Pacific for operations. stop sign at the corner

Heavy ScheduleInfirmary THE MIRROR LIGHT systemfor of Saratoga and Ran
'E' Winning guiding pilots to carrier landIngs ger will be covered between
was explained in the Sep 1530 and 1600. The stop r
VF-43 Loses Hospital List tember ,1 issue of the Jax Air sign at Langley will be re
News. The mirror-light system is versed.
CO Dierker said to work effectively for day, The aforementionedchanges I
night and foul weather landingsand are being made in
In ceremonies last Monday, Services For
Dependents,
replaces the conventional the furtherance of expediting
Comdr. John Dierker was relieved landing signal officer. It is still the flow of vehicles

as commanding officerof I Dependent medical care Is offered to.military personnelhere in the testing'stage.and the Ben- driving during the peak
Fighter Squadron 43 by on the basis of a heavy weekly schedule, much of it nington trial was the first by the traffic hours. Cooperationof
Lcdr. Alfred Taddeo, former being available appointment only. U. S. Navy. all personnel is solicited r

executive officer of the squadron. Using the appointment systemis VA-105 has been preparing for by the Security departmentin
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at 1300. Pediatrics order to make this Station
the out-patient dependent's I -emergency this Pacific cruise since Jan-
clinic at the Naval Air Station cases only, no contagious diseases, uary of this year. Having won a safer one to drive on.
Under Comdr. Dierker'sleadership Infirmary, which began its present immunizations on Wednesday and the Atlantic Fleet "E" Award for
VF-43 culminatedan plan of operation in .early Friday at 1200-1400; overseas examinations Combat Efficiency in 1954, the MDB Payments Due
intensive training programby on Monday at 1000- squadron had a record to uphold.
February. Only medical problemscan Members of the Mutual Death
winning the ComAirLant 1200 and on Friday at 13001500. How well it was upheld can be
be taken care of due to lim Benefit Society are reminded that
interceptor
Battle Efficiency squadrons"E"for for fiscal itations of specialist personnel in EYE, EAR, NOSE, and throat be gleaned from the following assessments No. 48 and 49 are due

1955. other fields, according to Capt. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2) and payable by September 23.
Warren E. Klein senior medical!*
Statistics quoted below are officer. Visibility Poor, Weather Bad

indicative of under squadron Comdr.accomplishments Dier- Ida THE instruction NAVAL HOSPITAL 6120.4A of(Flor-June VP-18, In Iceland, Comes To Rescue Of I'I

ker: 7, 1955)) lists dependent care as '
Squadron flew a total of 5- follows: obstetricalgynecologicalby Norwegian Ship Trapped In Pack Icehad :

903.1 hours from Sept. 7, 1954to appointment; internal medicine
Sept. 12, 1955. A total of 18 -emergency cases only; surgical Twelve days ago the story dropped rescue equip.. I possibility of breaking up. Lati
individual gunnery "E's" were appointment through OPDon read: "A small Norwegianship ment. tude 76-27 horth, longitude 18-03
earned, three by Comdr. Dier- Tuesday at 1300; rectal dis- trapped for at least two .Today it has been revealed thatit west. Can you help?"
ker himself. eases-appointment through OPDon days in a Greenland pack ice, was a Jacksonville squadron, THE POSITION of the ship was
Wednesday at 1300. reported free tonight and Patrol Squadron 18, of Fleet Air
A total of three accidents was beyond the range of the Air Force ...
which earned the squadron an Orthopedics-Children, Mondays en route to Denmark under Wing Eleven, temporarily based rescue planes, and VP-18 was
accident ratio of 89.77 for the at 1300; women, Wednesday its own power. U. S. planes at Keflavik, Iceland, which fur notified. The VP-18 Sea Air Res-
year, placed it near the top in nished rescue supplies and equip- cue Crew was alerted and 30

AirLant standings. Marines To Promote 29,048 EM Soon !ment the to the early icelocked hours, of ship.In Sept.. 3 minutes later the crew was stand
ing ready to take off, with Lcdr.
The Marine Corps will promote a message came in to the Air Randolph Myers Jr. as pilot.
WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday 29,048 enlisted personnel duringthe A selection board meeting Aug- Force Rescue Squadron at Ke
: Partly cloudy: with last three months of 1955, according ust 29 picked 100 enlisted Marines flavik: The weather was extremelybad
scattered afternoon showers. td an announcementfrom for promotion to master sergeant "Norwegian ship Jopeter under with visability about one-
Saturday: Cloudy with scattered headquarters. Additional in October and 942 for charter to'Royal Greenland trade fourth mile and a ceiling of, 400
afternoon showers. promoUflhs will be made early in technical sergeant in October, department 19 passengers'16 crew feet. When within 200 miles south .
,Sunday; Cloudy l with showers. 1958. \ November, and December. is in distress in pack ice with (Please Turn to Page S, eeL 5)I )



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Publlthrdi cvvrr Thuadar for rUvj and Marin activities at, Naval, Ale I -
Station, JackJWnvUltH fcUu. vw.- .
HAV".......W. ems, SN, USS Champlain Thom.as

Ccmdr. John N; Mywt __.1.--.1, __.._.... Actlne Commanding. Otflcu Reports received from the fleet York, Ate NAS Quonset; 1

.. \ .,... Air _b..UI. information office at Atlantic and John Cropper, ACJ,, NAS
Rene Adm. Dtlbert S.; CornweUCapt. ?. Commander Fled headquarters in Norfolk Indicate -
.. Rltiuttt U> Qtrot Chief of Stall Chincoteogue. Va.
I.la. receiving national -
that VW-4
FlINt AIr Wag ItleveaCapt. from military service f.SYA.M
:
Discharged
Edwtn\ of.. S. Young O>mmlnl1nC recognition for the role it
OmdtG Frank DO' Ue1er Chief SLat! OWed and returning home in Jack-

x..al,AU TedI.k Tmhdaa Ceat4lfCOmmandtnr omeer ,is playing in tracking, hurricanes. Fred King, PH3.
Mich.,, was .
O t.. Uenry C. DII. News clippings sent to the fleet son,
Ofncerx.rai
Comdr. b4ward.W.'IiIe: Irecuttve of
op Signing for four more years
lt..pitatCtit 'Information office from the Fleet

Benjamin K. Alit ----...... .._._-, ..,.....-.,.... Commandlnlt officer home Town' News Center at service was J L. Barland, ADC. ..P
Capt. L.,A.. N4Iwta IM8'uU":: OZlcerCtptt .
1'f'1I1' I reat'' Lakes, Ill, where newspapers -
Wtlaon R. lsartrtt Commandlat officer United 'VC-63
from all over the
-- beeuttve OWer '
Comdr. Laurence r. St.ettanhnattD -
visited last
for Information The squadron was '
States are: clipped I wonder If this
The SAX AtR NEWS: A irahllnhrt weekly at the U. a Navat Atr Station. concerning the Navy. indicate week by .its former commandingofficer Is Inhobb. ..planet
JaekoonvUla, Florida and printed commercially with non-appronHat tunda who j
Comdr. Noel Bacon,,
at no-ftxiMrnw tor the government and in compliance with NAyrJCUs r-33 Rae a national interest in the "
dlntrHxiiwd free of charge at the Naval Air Station. the the Photo Division' of
Nov. 1945. Coptei are heads
in hurriane now?
and the role the plays -
Naval Air Terhntral TratntarCentar.Naval: Air Reserve Training Cult squadron with him a: City League; continued with thesquadron'
U.. 2L NavaL hospital reconnaissance. BuAer. He brought
Editor-Andrew H. Planer Atlantic of civilian officials and Alt representatives \\ inning
Aaa't Editor-B Cvacraft.. JUS;, Nancy Ward SN. coastline, have given wide circulation Force Officers a Phoenix Drugs was defeated
member of the Armed Forces Pren So ''11*. aerial photo equipmentand 9.5,
't'be- JAR Alit OTCWS t* e. td the fine work done by Navy'
withwitthe
AITS material 8 Op .tRK to* tide publication may not be reprinted with Coach Tex Goodson on the
writta' twranUwtna! of ArnwNt ]Force rrehi Sorvlre. Jleoubllcatlon of oth!rmattery the hurricane hunters. methods.An : for
O. mound Vc62. The
>xo!pt br wrvtna! pubUcatiana la prohibited without .permission AJ-2P Savage from VJ62at loss came
Editor.: JAX Am NKWS. Several national magazines in a 5-2 contest with St. Johns
Editorial offfku located: Mala Administration DuUdinc. Phone extension have also expressed an interest Norfolk was on hand to illustrate
834C.. .OH. and 11M.. the role of multi-engine Service Center, dropping the
fA VW-4's work. Television. networks
'tft a.1iat
squadron place tie with
based aircraft in photo
activ- carrier
wall also cover these
National Car Rentals in
the
race
ties when .film now' being 'prOcencd reconnaissance. This and other for the second baIt
pennant Friday's

should provide the basis
and: cleared for releaae is visitations !
e game: with National Car
t v"t made available for use. for a large exchange of

New arrivals to VW-4 for duty material knowledge and methods,. Rentals for undisputed first place.
rained! out and
was as Monday's
z have included: Winftecl CampbelL to further increase the capabili
contest
:HM3. from NAS Pensacola; tie) of both branches in aerial make-up

Joel Hardie, HIP, USNRTC, Macon photo work. Ensign David C. Pitfield reported .
The second half of the softball : to the squadron from
:, Go.; Arthur Moore, AT3,
'r Y in the Jax Men's night Training at Hutchinson.
y ttl AAS Whiting'Field; George Ad- competition
Kansas, and Photo School at Pen-

sacola.

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What do you have to say when the conversation .
.EmD
among your civilian, friends turns to the pros and cons

of the service? Do you stay silent when the scoffers talk .

down the importance and advantages of a military ca- -, Thursday Sept. 15

reer? If you do, it's an open admission you haven't c7 w v ads, -S Mainside -Star Is Born color

much pride in your work. And that means you haven't musiCBf"drama Cine); Judy Garland

much pride in yourself. James Mason, Jack Carson

Whether you're along or short termer the service, NATTC Desert Sands (color

right now, is your career. It's worth a show of esteem. ,t I r f' drama Cine); Ralph Meeker Mar
How many of those civilian friends of yours would re- ria English.

if criticized their profession or the 'or-
main silent you Hospital The Naked Street-

ganization: they work for? : (drama) Anne Bancroft, An
+ y ; ;:
i
considered fashionable to- disparage t tfi
In circles, it's .
some
thony Quinn, Farley Granger.
)4
the service. If we let the argument go by default, _

we really don't deserve any better. ___w.------- n___ Friday, Sept 16 .

When the discussion swings around to the way you AWAY SHE GOES Here's a blrd e view of the world's Mainside Lucy Gallant icoi

earn your livelihood, talk it up. Let people know that largest warship the aircraft carrier ettal:' leaving the or drama); Charlton Heston, Jane

you're a member of one of the most important professions dock at Newport.News, Va., to begin her 4 sea trials. Burned- Wyman.

and work for one of the biggest organizations in out shaft bearings held up the carrier's full speed trials, but the NATTC -A Star. is Born i col,
minor mishap is not'expected to delay her delivery to the Navy or musical drama Cine); Judy

the world.-(AFPS). Sept. 29. Full speed trials are expected to begin about Sept. 19.HOUKimrf. Garland, James Mason, Jack Car'

son. ...

D/WAif/ II WEEKEND TIDE Hospital The Desert Sands

HIGH LOWA.M. (color drama); Ralph Meeker\

P.M. A.M. P.M. Marla English.
p $4EE ARE ANSWERS TO THE
Fii. 7:46: 806: 1:21: 1:44: QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN AND 7 O* Saturday,. Sept 17MainsideDemetrius
CATHOLICSundayMass0800 Sat. 8:30: 8:48: 2:01: 2:27 FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS and The

0900, 1000 Sun. 9:13: 9.282:40: 3:09 ADMINISTRATION EVERY My... a Gladiator (color drama-contru

-St, Edward's Chapel (By Armed Forces Press Service) ation of The Robe), Victor Mature

Saturday-0800. whether he believes the entry Susan. Hayward.
,
Unit Branch 91 FRA Q-I bought a house with a ,
Daily0630.SundayOG3GMass actually was written at the NATTC Lucy Gallant (color)
GI loan, and now I am planningto
at Hospital -
List ActivitiesUnit time of your daughter's birth. drama); Charlton Heston, Jane
Chapel 1900 Instruction sell it. I was considering having -
the buyer takeover loan. Q-I am in the reserve and I Wyman.
classes Bldg.. 563. my
91, Ladies Auxiliary and
Must I get VA's permission to do am also drawing disability compensation for I
Thursday 1900 Instruction Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve ,VA asked me toreport

classes, Bldg. 563. Association will sponsor a picnic this? Will paymentsfronv VA. physical examination, but I never
disability
MORMON Sunday Sept 18 at 1200 at NAS A-N.. VA's permission Is the my periods pay continuefor showed up. I let the entire matter
during, which I
1930 Thursday All Saints' Cecil Field picnic area. not required. However, you am on reserve training duty? drop. Now I would like to follow
should remember remain What should I do?
Chapel Reading Room.CHRISTIAN you through
Each lady is requested to bringa A-No.
SCIENCE liable for the GI loan, even Your compensation A-You must file a new application -
generous dish of food and beverages -
though sell house to 9 payments must be waived during VA has considered
MainsiddChapel since
1900 Tuesday : Unit 91 will furnish the you ycur ,
Office on ramp. wieners and rolls. another person. You can relieve your training duty.. But that yon abandoned your

yourself of all liability by In- they may; be resumed the day original claim. Should your
ProtestantThursday
Unit 91 is planning a back sale ,
following your release from
15 sistlng that the buyer refinance new claim be approved, pay-
Sept. Oct. 17, a rummage sale in Nov- such duty..
the house. I ments begin as of the date
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- ember, and a Christmas party in may
hearsal. December.The Q-I am the widow of a WWI Q-I applied for disability com- ., of the'new appUcaUon-Dot the

veteran and 1 have pensation a couple of old '
a 16-year-old years ago. one.
Sunday Sept. J* Fleet Reserve Club, Inc,
0300 Episcopal.Communion the future home of Branch and daughter. I applied for death pen-
sion payments, and I was told I
-Chaplain Nickelson. Unit 91, will hold a dance and 12 Auto Accidents
need evidence August;
School for of the birth of my During
0930 Sunday
ages mortgage burning ceremony.. Friday -
4 through Jr. High Bldg. 804. i November 18 at the Hotel I daughter. I am unable to obtaina Drivers Fail To 'Look Around'
copy"of her birth certificate.The .
0930 Service of Divine Wor- Mayflower roof.
Chaplain Griffin. only evidence I have is our
ship family Bible which Webster's new collegiate dictionary defines the word "accident' -
lists
1100-( ( Service of Divine Worship Bldg. 563 NATTC. Chaplains' the date
Chaplain Griffin. Office. of her birth. Would that be acceptable as an event that takes"place without one's foresight or

1900 Lutheran. Instruction to VAS expectation.
1900 The United Fellowshipof -
Protestants Will meet at Bldg. Classes'Chaplain Pieper AU A-Yes. A copy of the family There were 12 of these events that took place aboard the

'Saints' Bible record certified to Naval Reservation during the month of August. Almost all of
804 to view. the 11th and 12th ChapeL bya
film in the series of the Life ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL notary public would be satis them were the result of lack of foresight. A driver got into a

-of Paul AIL, are invited.. (Hospital) factory. The notary public vehicle and backed into another car-didn't: look, behind.

JI r i ; Tuesday: -'Sept J50 0930 Divine Worship should atate 'In what ;year the It doesn't take a lot of time to. look. If necessary walk

{ 19001- Episcopal Instruction: 0930 Sunday School Nursery Bible was printed,. whether the around your vehicle, be observant, play' it safe. In the long
run you will save yourself both time and
Classes Chaplain Nickelson, record bears my erasures, and money.



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"" Choral
Societyfiehearsals
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met r'f'h'
lJt./. : .'
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Open
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To Newcomers'The

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Jacksonville Choral Society

N A will launch full-scale rehearsals -

Tuesday, :September 13th at

Best Sellers t Always eve hear the Educational Building, of the

about-them;: ,advertising keeps I First Presbyterian Church at

them in: :the raws. We know' Ocean and Monroe Streets at

you wait 'patiently(7) for ;your 2000, and for each Tuesday night '

turn to :read them or perhaps thereafter.

decide to wait until the Juror .The croup is rehearsing.simultaneously -
dies down. : choral numbers for the "

frequently there isn't time for opera La Traviata which will be

all the interesting'books. Too 'often presented Dee 19th.
pro' t"
when the advertising Teases; The membership committee, an-
'
titles are forgotten and some real: nounced that recent auditions '

ly good reading is left undone. conducted. by the group have re-'"

Generally we suggest you l suited in the acceptance of a

browse through the books ,you large number of -well-qualified
may have missed displayed inyour singers, The soprano section has

libraries; this weekwe COMMENDED Lcdr. George Brickley, 'fiscal officer, presents a letter of-commendation from been closed and any additional
choose to list a few of the recent the commanding officer of A'AS: lax to October of the payrOll branch of lJi lnbun ui: dhrUlon, NAS applicants who sing soprano will
best sellers which are usual Supply department. The unit wu died, aloug with lx dr. Brickiefor making pCWMIbe''J'dl'oadJve' be placed on the waiting list.
ly available withoutwaiting your pay increase 17 days ahead of schedule. .Front row left,to rlcht are Lcdr.Jlrickley;Marian Rrannon: There arc still a few openings in
Bertha Mehhnan; Jlubye :riper supervisor, whe accepts the commendation; .E.odus Stone .a n d the alto,tenor, and bass sections,
turn. .Evelyn Winney. Rank row (left to right) Betty Jlarthlow Sarah. Tyburn Matilda Whitaker, and auditionists for these sectionsare
Battle Cry: Always,on request, May Cook, Alice Pellet Harriet Knott, M&ttie Johnson: And Margaret Reynolds.
invited to try out on Tuesday
tho supply is adequate to 'meet
nights at 1000 preceding the re-

ed the this demand excellent for those story of who the miss-Marines 12 From Payroll Branch Cited SAFETY licarsal. I
Newcomers 'to the city are especially -
in World War II.
Box Score Invited to attend. Mem-

(Gruel Sea, Caine Mutiny and For 'Retroactive Pay' EffortAn bership in the croup is nonsectarian -
Bridges at Toko-Hi are other war Disabling InJ rlM' Through and nondenominational.There .

stories, which you'll enjoy whether membership dues
increaseto Tuesday, 1) pt. J4 are no
effort -which the retroactive pay
outstanding saw
or not you saw the movie versions This'Month 1 for singing members, and anyone
has
schedule
ahead of ,
17
'Group 1VB employees made days
). Xhli'Xear music reasonablywell
:: yi who can read
officer for 12
netted special commendation from the commanding I
The Reason Why: Actionpacked .Day Since Last and sing 'on key is eligible,
account of details of the Crimean Naval Air Station employees. Lost-Time Accident ,12 provided vacancies in the partic-

War incidents which we Although NAS Jax is the larg- commanding officer at the time, ular voice exist, and the member

probably all first knew when we est employer of government activities in his commendation. qualified for regular attendanceat

learned the ,Charge of The Light in the area, the paymenthere "Accomplishment of this New Order Plan the.'weekly rehearsals. Three

Brigade.Mr. was made several Hays in achievement with a minimum of performances are .scheduled for

flobb's Vacation: This had advance of those- made elsewhere, overtime work and without' in- To Oct. 3 the coming season-two pcra%
its peak popularity last summer all due to the work of the Dis- terruption to regular work is indicative Begin and a ,Christmas program

bursing Branch of the Supply of the excellent em __H __ _
butts a good choice any time you After October 1 all stocks and
want to laugh. In case you've forgotten Department. ployre -management relationship stock records of General Stores AE School Honors To

the .story has the same Lcdr. G. H. Bricklcy, fiscal officer that
humorous approach to living that ,, read the commendation lo ;accomplishment, have played an by the new Federal Stock Num- Vang1Jra,
.characterizes the author's Fatherof the employees last Thursday ..as' important part in The success of bers in line with the overall'.Defense Pennsylvanian and 4 Virginian -
The .Bride.written before his he ,presented the document to the this station.and :hasenabled it to Department program of claimed tap honors in .graduating :

vacationswere: complicated by unit "tor the concerted efforts fulfill the mission assigned the. rcwarohousing according to one classes at Aviation Electri

sons-in-law and grandchildren! and for the true .spirit that ex- I commendation continued.. clarification, one description, and cian's Mate School Class A andB
Journey to The Far Amattn: I ists within this .group which has e e one stock number, the Supply last week

Always intriguing, the dangers of on several occasions .enabled the Lcdr. BricUey expressed satis- Department has announced.The Ronald Vangura, AEAN, won

exploration in this jungle area payroll branch to exceed normal faction "that the department conversion of this categoryof top honors at AE-A School. A native -

have produced a small avalancheof standards for such operations. whose duties were routinely far supplies will be completed by of West Mifun, Pa, he Join-
basedon a from the spectacular had been ed the He has
good adventure reading September 30 as scheduled, Sup- Navy a year ago.
reliable scientific information "I wish to take this opportu- singled out lor commendation. ply officials have declared. been assigned to NAS Whidbey

A fine addition to the more imaginative nity to commend our employeeswho Copies of the commendation will Departments and Activities arc Island, Wash.

tales of derringdo.Of made early 'payment of: the be placed in the official personnel advised that stubs which do not Bobby Manning, AE1, of New-
Another increase .possible folder of each employee participating Va. captured honors
'Whales And Men: retroactive pay carry the Federal Stock Numbersfor port News ,
favorite subject with men. (Mo- ," stated Capt. John S. Thach, in the project. stock items of "G" material among graduates of AE-B School.

bey Dick wasn't on best seller Members of the payroll branch will be returned to the origina Joining the Navy .in June, 1940, '

lists of late, but it certainly,stayson ular. commended included Rubye Piper tors for correction if received in he was formerly with "VP-5 hero.He .'
Power .of Positive Thinking: A supervisor; Marion Brannan, NAS Alameda Calif.
our "in demand" file). the Supply Department on or goes: to ,
Sweet Thursday: John Steinbeck best seller lor a long time! It Bertha Mchlman, Evelyn Winney, after Oct. 3, states Code 72. for assignment.
invariably produces thoughtful continues on our reserved lists Betty Joe Barthlow, Sarah Py-

material on some aspect of and we hazard the guess it will burn, Matilda Whitaker, Mattie ICrew's

our social problems. Like all his be really contemporary readingfor Johnson, Margaret Reynolds, Alice -. Charlie SpivakTo Play For '

others, this latest continues pop- years. Pellett, Harriet Knott and Es-

PUZZLE tus Stone. :I
CROSSWORD Dance Sept 20

/ CROta.. I fi I .. I i'o I'J i Chief Hitchcock

2-J'abulo.i bird ,3, .) w Retires 27 Charlie Spivak, "the man who.
4- "Icklt' fE'[ After ment that he never uses a mute
/ill the sweetest trumpet in the
: .. 111 plays even while playing near the mi-
dt'owdartd.L Twenty seven years of naval world" will play for a .crew'sdance.
C.,1. 'l/ : : : : service were terminated for Joseph Tuesday, Sept. 20 at :Main- crophone.
roleDolphtnfke The orchestra features lovely
*
13 8imcimr -
IH Hitchcock, IIMC, who was
44- no 1->> side Gymnasium Building 3.
cetacean .,.. the side" in ceremonies song stylist Audrey Morris, and
.. "piped over .
1 -Strongt r =- V.S1 : V.' .. I=IIt Dancing will begin at 2000 and vocalist Paul O'Connor.
yearnlnirII .V/ ,, : last Wednesday at Naval civilian clothes may be worn, 4t
*nJ
-Trad cam ,
JCxim )1 : 7t )1 HoBpitaLTrusting .has been announced.
DWant.11Parent* in the Navy in At-
\ It :. : I i Spivak, who has made several :
(eolloq.l v2t IK : lanta, Ca., at the age of 17,Hitchcock -
-leland inMediterranean if"l" appearances here at NAS Jar, is
)f r/ put into port virtually allover
t;-B red chalice .. 't6o the 'World during his career. the musician whose original idiomin
tfa: '6 w trumpet playing is described
17-Girl's: : name i lie saw services aboard four carriers -
'It
2 -Ork totter 'II as "honey in the horn."ills band
91-Breakfast food Fi1 ,the old USS Lexington, USS a
a1--Fishes from Slot ranks among the kings in the en-
sa Princeton and USS
USS
e moving'.J>>oat yl t Saratoga,
tertainment world.
Jl-Compaaa3t ,.yoInt 1 n Vella'Gulf..Attached.
-party Afternoon f ... Sf i: : : : : to the Hospital since Among the more prized me-
asapo13BrW.1 of bandleader Spivak's
.------ last October, Hitchcock will ac- mentos
41 Knock et ': bOWN fa1aetuM4 wrreth cept duty as surgical supervisorin career is the praise he received i s 'A
'
-Coron .11 Vcnlcte*VJ7 tt-Man'*name Kreisler the eminent
4i-Acts =Beamperformed OOMtat k1-Convlnoe the hospital department of from Fritz ,
.alone .. s=Po:tM/ 1>-Wan '31 4o--OnenlIU Rtuffe In Raiford State Prison, Florida. classical violinist and soloist.

47-D iirtit beyond 4-.Amtrtaan South 21-M.ecaatna II-War sod 1 .akin Chic Hitchcock's call to Rai- When Spivak recorded an album
Ct-Total.measure. rodentWamlnf ''-Lat..n of account4)'j oiwr "'S-Athl.tI Prepoattlon 8'fOUp ford marks the second retiring of "Kreisler Favorites," it was the

6 --Tiny Rwrlon prtlcUit t:;Brook It-;Petty fuUr J 44jB .A rank, Navy medical chief to be requested first time the virtuoso had ap-

Conjunction,&-Cut. ,- T--O Soak nui UpS of 1 ZI-AcTM&bI.>- Strike with' .. 4(-Meadowi4ft I( 'by the penal institution for proved having his compositions
Sunburn I
E.AttemptPok.r S-Tablelaft moths..tak : 30-noctdne Band Io-Cllck- Htt1e duty. Charles Allwood, IIMC, accepted played in dance tempo.
l -ToU >-Hawaiian It-Arid position' there less than Trumpeter Spivak has such lip

[(Answer On. .rage,8,.Col. \\) six months -ago.: and breath control of his mstru-! Charlie Spivak


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I-Fags Four, JAX AIR NEWS 15 September 1955

i; 97 To Receive

k Apprentice Ships To ReceiveCinemascopc

;Diplomas At

Certificates ,
''AGO School Special movie camera lenses
needed to show
Cinemascope

Ninety-seven students will Friday to 50 movies will be delivered to the

be graduated tomorrow from kMM fleet the first of the year, ac.

Aviation Ground Officers 1 Certificates of Apprenticeshipwill cording to an announcementmade
by the Navy.
School at the Naval Air Tech- be presented to 50, NAS Jax Ships with movie equipmentwill

nical Training Center. } employees of the Public Works be provided with specially

Ceremonies will be held In King and Overhaul and Repair depart- developed 16-mm anamor-
Hall at 1000 with Comdr. John ments tomorrow night during phic lenses needed to show

N. Myers, acting commanding of. graduation ceremonies to be heldat Cinemascope movies on' the
j
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fleer of the Naval Air Station. as i M ; I IY2 the Chief Petty Officers' Clubat smaller shipboard screens.

principal speaker 1900. The first shipboard showingof

Included in the 97 are two Bra Receipt of the Certificates of a 16-mm Cinemascope movie -

zilian officers, Lt. Wigando En- Apprenticeship climaxes a four- was to be held this week
gelke, Brazilian Navy, and Lt. F $L I : M year classroom and shop training aboard the Destroyer Escort

Carlos de Albuquerque, Brazilian : t'r program for employees in the Robert F. Keller, a Reserve
Marine Corps. : v ii apprenticeable trades at- this ac- training ship.VA36Qualifies.

Other graduates arc: t i r ii Ii:1iIi tivity.
Ensigns Philip Allsen, Clyde During their four-year appren-

Barbeau, James Bartholomew,. ticeship training, these employeeshave
John Beckman, Harry Bennett,' : attended school for instruc-

Alan Berry, John Bley, Lewis ,tion in mathematics, science,
Booher trade theory, trade drawing and At ViaDeckMirror
James Night
Bradley, James ITALIANS GRADUATE Forming an "I" for Italy, six I .
blue and English.In
Brown, Walter Burke, Richard Italian Navy chief petty officers, graduates of Aviation Electrician'sMate print reading
.Burton, John Caccivio, Leslie School Class B at NATTCenter, are shown with their Inter addition they have devoted
Campbell, Wayne Conway, Gerald preter Frank.Marangio, AE3 (front right). At left front is Franco approximately three weeks each
Donal. Poll. In column.are Alessio Della Porta, Frimo Rlgo and Umberto month in the shop for Actual on
Bellf..near are Alberto Esposito (left) and Guiseppe DePierro. the job instruction in their selected -
Attack 36 holds
Donald Dowling, Robert Duck- Squadron the
trades.
ett, William Dunbar, James Dur- distinction of being the first Navy

nan, Billy Eck, Robert Emoff, 6 Italian Navy Students Finish I The 1955 graduating class military has fleet jet squadron to qualify pilots -
Eugene Finkel, Lawrence Fleish- I expended! invitations to top
man, Albert Fowlkes and civilian personnel as a in night ,carrier landings using -
Philip
Grant, Stanely Green, Charles 14 Months Training Here token of appreciation for the part the new British-developed

Grimes, Donald Gunn, Oliver such personnel have played in .mirror-light landing system test-

Hall, Arthur Hamilt, Ralph Harrison Completing more than 1.1 months of training and fami- making the apprenticeship training ed aboard the USS Bennington.

Albert Hausmann, Sheldon liarization with U. S. Navy aviation electricity methods, six program possible.The Attached to Air Task Group
Heller, Thomas Holmes. Italian Navy chief petty officers were graduated last Friday 1955 Class is the third classto 201, VA-36 was taking part in the

John Hubert, John Humber, from Aviation Electrician's Mate School Class B at the Naval complete the apprenticeship original fleet squadron level
Herbert Johnson, Robert Jones, Air Technical Training Center. I program at this activity, and is proving of the new system aboardthe

:Michael Joyce, Robert Kane, The Italians, here under the !next to the largest group to fin- canted deck carrier off May

Donald Kerins, Hugh Knoll, John Mutual Defense Assistance Program ed as interpreter ish this training.Friends .. port from Sept 1 to Sept 4.
Kray, Eugene Kulesza,, Donald When they first came they hada
first attended the Class A Comdr. L. A. Menard Jr.,
Lanoue, Marcel Leumas, Rostov smattering of English, but upon Can squadron skipper, reports his
School for five months after
sky Lobanov, Charles Magee, Wile ar- graduation could easily understand Panther pilots were happier with
liam Maher, Salvatore Marchetti. riving August 31, 1954. Then they and make themselves understood Claim Flag this newest innovation at night

Thomas Albert Mar completed nine and a half monthsof than in
All
Markley, in the English language.SpeclUsts From Casket they were daylight.
shal), Theodore Martins, Richard Class B School for advanced ... 19 VA-36 pilots who volunteered
own'fields
in their
Mautino, Jack McDonald, James study. A close friend an associateof for night qualifications got aboard
in the Italian Navy, the 14K-
McLean, James McMarlin with trouble at all.
Henry a deceased veteran may receive no
The group, carefully selected month course familiarized them
Menke, Robert Meyer, George the American flag used to
with U. S. Navy technical terms red in line of
by the Italian Navy for their duty.
Miller James Moran Robert
Myer drape the veteran's casket if no
Thomas O'Brien, John Over, electrical engineering skills, and procedures which will -enable claim is made by the next-of-kin. The new statute, Public Law
them to train others upon 210 effective August 3, 1955, also
Richard Palm, Paul Panaski, Ba. were assisted throughout their Veterans Administration said
their return to Italy.Something I provides 'that the furnishing of
ker Peebles, John Perzel, Harold stay by'' a U. S. Navy sailer, i 4s this provision is provided in anew I to will a
flag any person constitute
Pierce, William Pinkerton. has been addedto law signed by the President
new
Frank Merdaglo, AE3, who act- final conclusive determination of I
Thurlow Prentice, John Prio- U. S. Government checks. On recently.
rights to'this benefit.
letti, John Prominskl, Edward liam Starrett, Marion Stevens. the back of each appear the Previously, such flags were I

Reed, Arthur Rosenberg, William Park Swandal, David Swartz, words: "Buy and Hold U. S. Save presented only to the next-of-kin

Samuels, Melvin Schauepman, Wendell Thompson, Carl Thaut- ings Bonds Safe as America," of veterans of any war or of
VF174GetsNew
.- William Schrader, Peter Simp- mann, Lawrence Vitt, Donald with a drawing of the Minute peacetime service who were discharged "

son, Lloyd Singer, James Smith, Ward, John Werner, John Zar- Man of 1'175'symbol of the Savings after serving a full enlistment .

Leo Smith, Richard Smith, Wil-. capo, William Zeer. Bond program. or for disability incur-
Furies !
=Fool-Long Lobsters, Veiled Fatimas Pyramids, Isle Of Capri .-

I ; I Fighter Squadron 174, a unit !

VP-16 'Seeing The World' Overseas StaySpecial of Fleet Air Jacksonville, has re-

ceived the first batch of sleek
( to Jax Air News) and unskilled labor.
new jet interceptors, the FJ-3
(Patrol Squadron Sixteen, one !'In the short time we have Fury.
of Fleet Air Wing Eleven's been here our aircraft have
Seven new FJ-3's have replacedthe
Squadrons, based in French Mor- touched down in airfields stretch
Hell Razors' F9F-8 Cougars,
occo, reports to the people back ing from Aalsborg, Denmark, to
a-swept wing jet which has
home in Jax from overseas), *" Cairo, Egypt. Two months ago : seen
service with the since
squadron
"Last July we left Jacksonville, such famous and historical sitesas hL '
1953.
crossed the Atlantic via Argentiaand Pompeii, Isle of Capri, The
the Azores, and are now stationed Acropolis in Athens, and the Pyr- The first of the sleek Furies

at Port Lyautey,' French amids and Sphinx in Cairo were piloted by Lcdr. Joe Moorer,
'Morocco. just names to most of us, but be touched down last Wednesday at
While en route we picked up fore we return to Florida prac NAS Cecil Field, home base of

'700 pounds of frozen Newfoundland tically every man will have had VF174. Two more followed at
lobsters to be served to the the opportunity to walk the same 20 second intervals flown from

permanent. base personnel at ground that was made famous MCAS Cherry Point, N. C.

{Port Lyautey, compliments of 2000 ye;rs before Christ, or rub ? VF-174 will begin extensive
VP-16. Some of these cold water elbows with the International set L flight operations with its new

monsters stretched over a foot on the Riviera. planes.

each side of the plates, with "ONCE A WEEK' plane de .
Ion largest one weighing over 10 parts for a seven day Mediter- kN USS Forrcstal To Be

,pounds. To the base personnel ranean familiarization flight i Commissioned Oct. 1
t stationed near the hot Sahara which generally includes short
y
'1 Desert sun, this gesture was just stops in Venice, Athens, Cairo, 1 The world's largest warship,

;,dike a small Christmas. Beirut, and Tripoli The aircraft the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal,
_... ,. ..,... .
-
THE BASE is exceptionally, carries its own crew plus two or will be commissioned Oct. 1 at

well kept and the hot sun and three ground personnel. Also, TALK TO FOLKS BACK HOME Men of Patrol Squadron the Norfolk Naval Shipyard,
.. I cool sea breeze makes everyday when operations permit, planes 16, currently stationed in Port Lyautey, French Morocco, just 150 Portsmouth, Va., The huge car-
'clear and unlimited.' Most of the depart for the larger cities of miles from the Sahara Desert, take time off from duties to talk rier put to sea Aug. 16 and
; civilian, labor is Arabic. Veiled Europe over the week-ends. to the folks back home. Lt. John !Morris has established a dally 17 for tests and again Aug. 29
I : Fatimas serve as domestic help "Men who Joined the Navy with ham radio schedule with Chief Mueke of Fasron 109 in ,Jax. and Sept I*The Forrestal 1,036
Every day five or six men talk to their families back In Jax.
; .1 I I : /and the' turbaned :Mohammeds Patrol Squadron Sixteen are real Left to right are VF-16ers' Bobby Green, AN; Lt John Morris; feet Jong'and 262 feet-wide.; (AF-

!1'' provide :the !majority of. skilled ly seeing the world.", Ensign Marchel Tevelson, and John Lepley, ADC. PS) b : 4


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FATHER, SON FISH FOR 'CATS', COME,GrantExPOW1'


HOME WITH ALLIGATOR INSTEAD Waivers On :


SALTY HUMOR FROM Father and son went fishing
GI InsuranceA
for pier. After serving for a few Fishing Shack, several alligators
catfish at NAS last Thursday
LHEPR AND THERE hours as mascot and a curiosity, have been seen lately in the waters t
but turned with alligator -
up an
I instead. the alligator was released and off the Station, some of them new law which grants waiver

A Seaman Apprentice strolled departed for parts unknown in quite large. And Chief McGee of GI insurance premiums to
past an officer without saluting Richard McGee, ADC, chief the St. Johns River. noted, an alligator has been
him. "Hey, You!" yelled the master at arms at Naval Hospitaland According to the crew at the known to snap at fishing plug! those servicemen of the Korean

officer pointing to the brass on his son, Richard, decided to conflict who could not apply tot

his shoulder. "Did you see this" go after some "cats" in the bay waiver during a certain periodof

"Are you complaining?" asked near the Fishing Shack They the conflict because they wero
made the trip after dark equipped
the.Boot. "Look at the suit they ,
with flashlights and prisoners of war or in a missing
necessary
gave me! % gear. f I status, is now in effect.

.5. ". Veterans Administration said {,
., "How'd you get along with They had fished but a short I- z the act is Public Law 193, 84th
your wife in that fight the other time when the chief suddenly Congress.

night spied a pair of closely-set eyes Under the previous law, veterans
"Aw, she came crawlin' to me
moving in the water. "It's a 'ga with World War I or II GI

on her knees""Yeah tor, son," yelled the chief. Did insurance who were in active ser
what did she say? they get panicky Not in the
vice after April 25, 1951, wero
"Come out from under that bed
least! When it comes to 'gators, required to apply writing for

you worm. father and son have previously waiver of premiums if they wished 't.

hunted them and knew what to to retain their insurance at no

Men are peculiar, just as women expect. cost or at reduced cost.
have long suspected. For When the 'gator swam in
instance, a fellow who hadn't close, Chief McGee reached down Some policyholders in servico

kissed his wife in five years, shota and grabbed it by the neck, di after April 25, 1951, were pre
vented from making written .
fellow who did. rectly back of the head, then application
.. for premium waiver because
tail
reached for the whipping as ,
they were missing or prisoners
Three men were repairing a he hauled it aboard. The 'gatorwas of war. .
telephone wire. A woman drive not at all happy about the
in her of affairs and several times Public Law 193 was enacted to
ing along' the road car state a
saw the men climbing up the snapped its powerful jaws. But correct this situation by providing

pole. the chief soon had him lashed -'" retroactive waiver to insured

"Look at those silly fools," she and under control. THE CATCH OF THE DAY Fishermen say anything can who had been in a statusof
think happen while! fishing In the St. Johns River. Richard McGee, ADC, missing, missing In action, in-
said. "You'd I've never master-at-arms at the Naval.Hospital, fished the St. Johns off the terned captured
beleaguered
,
or
driven a car before." Returning to the fishing pier, NAS Fishing Shack area with his son last Friday for catfish. They
Chief McGee and his son broughtthe came up Instead with this 50 Inch alligator besieged at any time after April
25, 19:51: and before April 26, 1952.
tied it witha
ashore
saurian ,
"Did you miss that train, sir? .
20 foot steel wire and let it Special Dance Set -
"No. I just didn't like the looksof MillionIn
it and chased it out of the wallow around the area off the At usa Saturday $22 All Saints Choir


.- station." Will Try To Create All servicemen are invited to a I Needs More Voices

special: dance, to be held at 2000, Buildings
It's only natural for sailors to
be fast workers. After all they're Artificial MoonlightThe Saturday, Sept. 17 at the USO The All-Saints' Chapel Choir,
'
fleet men. Air Force will attempt to Club! 37 West Monroe St. which has distinguished itself in

e e create artificial moonlight this The dance will be semi-formal, For CecilA many focal appearances, is en.

My boy, beware the baby stare, fall by releasing sodium vapor at and there will be special dance listing new talent.
it is' bluff a height of 60 miles above the
Because if
I features and refreshments. The huge $22,000,000 con- Due to transfers and discharges
! She knows too much-and ifit's earth. music will be by the NAS Jump- struction the there are several vacancies for
rocket to be fired program over
I not, An Aerobee ,
Jax. both men's and
Ing : women's,, voices
I She doesn't know enough. sometime In October or Novem- next two years Is slated for for those who enjoy singing. Rehearsal

1 500 ber at Holloman AFB, N. M., will made sodium flash will glow, at NAS Cecil Field, NAS Jacksonville's time is regularly set at
1i said the Skipper carry the vaporized metallic sod least for a while, with a bril
i "Out with UP! neighbor to the 1900 Thursdays, but under pressure
ium to the inosphere where AF liance comparable to that of the
,
"If you can't say it, sing it. northwest.The of preparing much new
scientists believe'there is a layerof moon at twilight. If it does so,
took breath work, extra rehearsal time will
long
The sailor a building program will Include
sodium
sodium. they say, the existence of the
and sang: "Should Auld Acqain- wil be confirmed. $12,000,000 for fiscal 1956, be scheduled.
Experts hope that the man- layer
tance be forgot and never broughtto followed by a planned $10,000,000 Concessions are expected for

mind. The Boatswain Mate fell ., expenditure in fiscal 1957. choir members, that they may be

overboard he's halff' a mile I' 'r1 t Construction for 1956, already relieved of other duties In order

behind." mh that they may attend regular re.
appropriated and approved, will
1AM lil AVr Ai3'llaMiS { .
; hearsals. Paul Hamill PNS of
iWl4 ftVfiAxl";: 49 rabfifrati I include a new runway, first In- ,
off their VA-105 former head choirmaster -
Two drunks polished crement of a new BOQ and 90 ,

fifteenth round Of drinks, climbed !kC f APr :K hk !'rr ieYAAq ':, ':, ,,'., sets of quarters-77 sets for enlisted of Bainbridge's Blue Jacket"

into their car and sped away. t .: ,J'( personnel and 13 for off! Choir, is director-of the All.Saints' .

After a time one remarked: group.

"We're getting close to the cers.Also included in the 1956 budget Those interested should contact .

j Naval Air Station. Y are a new barrel for Fasron the Chaplain's office at ex

\ "Zat so? How ya know?" Nine's hangar, high speed fueling tension 425 as soon as possible.

I ,"We're hitting more sailors." ryn4 facilities, parachute loft, recrea- t .

,' t-UJIrH-ilJt AA4'fewy0 tion fields, supply warehouses, Mutual Aid Offers
boresight range, new gate house
"Mummy," said the small son, '
"Daddy wouldn't murder anybody .. ... for Security, and improvementsat 3 Insurance Plans
Whitehouse Field.
-TF4q
would he?" alY1L5 ,?

"Why certainly not, dear, what f \ : t7wii N; ; r, Plans for 1957 are still tenta Three new insurance plans are

makes you think so asked the tive, requiring approval, and at being offered to Navy and Marine

horrified mother?" present call for new barracks, officers by the Navy Mutual
more quarters, an officers' club, Aid Association.A .
"Well I heard him in the cellar commissary store, line, shacks,
P U y new insurance which .It paid
just now saying "Let's kill theother "
chapel, hobby shop, a new hangar
at 50 and 55 along with
up ages
two George.
addition to the BOQ, an administration
'S. an ordinary life plan with pre
building, a Public Works
.. ,
t.-: + miums payable during the life of
Revelation Bathing suits reveal administration ,building, new rifle -
the figure, but sweaters point CHAIN OF COMMAND Lcdr. Vincent Ananla left) points and pistol ranges, brig, fueling the insured will enable Officersto
of Aviation Ground Officers complete their insurance pro-
out the facts. out to Comdr. Dwight Asmus the position facilities, paint and dope
.* School in the national defenseprogram. Comdr. Asmus is gram before retirement. The third -
School at NATTCenter. Lcdr. building big enough to hold two
the new training officer of AGO provides a low-cost ordinary Ufaplan
Epitaph planes, more warehouses, a guesthouse
Anania has been acting training officer. which is more attractive to
Here lies the' body of Paddy for families of men stationed

He lived the life of Riley building housing facilities of Paid up memberships at ages

While Riley'was away. Exchange cafeteria libraryand 60'and 65 will be continued as
Navy ,
Officer Duties At AGO School gymnasium. before, but paid-up plans at ages

Washington t 70 and 75 will not be offered to
A sailor phoned a I
hotel one night while on a week A former enlisted instructorat in Aviation Ordnanceman Sandy MacDoe says: "Spring Is new members. The Associationhas

end liberty. NATTCenter, Comdr. Dwight School from 1940 through 1943, the planUn' season* the worrrrld Increased the upper age lime

"Where I get a room for F. Asmus, this week took overas both as an instructor and as a around. But ye can plant the it" for new membership from 45
tonight he can asked. training officer of Aviation training officer. seeds of security every month, by to 62 years but applicants in this

"Where calling from,*' Ground Officers Scnool.Comdr. During World War II he was simply elgnln' up on ,the Payroll age group will be required tomeet

are you Asmus, as-a chief pet aboard the carrier, USS 'Enterprise Plan wheer'ye work. Mon, 'tis stringent underwriting
.,
came"A' phone the reply.booth." r ty officer, Warrant Officer,'and and participated in 11 pretty to*watch' the 1tUoreen' s standards and the ,prep 1\lum Increases

"Pleasant dreams." then junior officer, served here sea battles: bonds grow.1 rapidly at higher Ilea. .



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Pale Six JAX AIR NEW 15 :September




Intramural Benak Tops Korbel) ForSpring Cup HonorsI. I I ,Sports FromYesteryear


Calendar .. _

The long-delayed Spring Cup receiving trophies in a ceremony;' with a 42 for an 81 total while (Another In a weekly feature:
F.r Week .f September 15-21 Golf Tourney title match between scheduled :for .this week. Acting Korbel carded a 44 to finish with' 'that brings -to life performances -

Thursday, Sept 15-Football:. Mike Benak and J5d ,Korbel was NAS executive officer Comdr. If.1' an E3 for the 18 holes. on,the Naval Air:Station

VW-4 vs. NARTU {stadium) and finally played this week with Be- D..Johnson is.elated to make the I -winning the match Benak sports scene 'from dusty 'issuesDf

Operations vs. 0 & E (Mustin). nak capturing the Pint Flight presentations.Benak joins C. W, 'Stitery, Comdr. John' the Jx Air News).

Friday, Sept. 16-Football: VC- crown with a two-stroke decision 'edged Korbel1n the final ; Meyer and H. IB. Martin as a di-' '!Ten tears Ago TodayThe

n vs. Fasron '6 stadium) ana over his VC-62 opponent. nine holes after :both shooters i vision champion.- The latter.three NAS Tliers -swept \tthe

Fasron 109 TS. 'Supply -Mustin( ); Both finalists will be among finished the front nine with I I39'j. linksters won :the second, third last two .games on(their.sched

Golf: NARTU: Operations and those winners and .runnersupSkeetmen The new champion finishedner's :: and fourth flights respectively. ; tile to wind up the IMS base

Hospital. vs. Administration. i ball season :with an excellent

.:Monday, Sept 19-Football: 40-8 wl-loss slate-the finest
record compiled hi, the aid sta
.
Hospital vs. FAW-11 (stadium);
Golf:' NARTU vs. Hospital, and AFPS SPORTS tion's five-year history.

Administration vs. Operations. Manager Charley Gehringerof
the Fliers, former Detroit
Tuesday, Sept 20-Football: Rsudup I
Tiger second baseman, surprised -
Supply vs. Personnel (stadium)
by winning the
no one
and VW-4 vs. 0 & R; Stars and Stripes Europe has
team batting crown for the
Wednesday Sept 21' Football named two pitcher-outfielders,
:
with .358
lusty ,
A/2C George Morgan and'Pfc.. year average
Operations Fasron 109
vs. (stadium after leading all ,other local
) and NARTU vs. VP-3 (Mus- Hay RaiseuBaum as winners of its hitters throughout the season.

tin); Golf: Fasron 109 vs. Supply second most valuable'player poll. Five Years Ago Today
Morgan had a 4-0 pitching mark
and Fasron vs. VC-62.
Head football coach Dick
at Bitburg AB, Germany.JIe hit
2nd In Military homers and batted .3 Roscn-- Garver of Jax Navy was try-
ing out what he called "the
JAXSports baum finished: the season with a
perfect football huddle" this
7-1 record. As a member of the

Division Of National Meet Falcons 10(Mth strikeouts Inf. Regt per), lie game averaged -, inate week in unnecessary an attempt..confusion to elim-

Briefs : batted .335 in 35 games and clout- caused by players failing' to
Jacksonville Navy's skeet team failed in defense of its national hear the quarterback's signals.The .
ed 11 home runs. Both will be
M/Sgt. Casey Maze is really championship, but stands a chance of seeing its top shooter ,in the flown to the' U.S. and get VIP new huddle system 1 is called

singing the praises of .a new set I 1956 World Olympics at Melbourne, Australia. treatment, including scats at the the "funnel huddle" because

of Ben Hogan irons these days. Feeling the loss of ,several of i World :Series. of its tunnel or mega-

Maze, who generally tours the last :year's champion crew, the 1218. phone shape.NARTU.
Grid notes Ft. Jackson S. -C.
:
,
!
station course in about 60 strokes Fliers finished: second'in the military I Jax Navy's ace shooter Ken
recently purchased: the new irons I bracket behind' NAS San<,Pendergras :finished fourth in the end Joe Cummings calls Mule
Shoe, ''Texas, his :home town .
and immediately dropped his Diego in the national meet At all-open class and second in the
..
Boston All .AmedcmDkk
College :: Tops
score to 75-76. Assistant pro> Fred I Waterford, Mick., last week. Los 210. Pcndergras had a phenomenal -
Ghioto claim's Casey's one of the Angeles won the national open 249 out .of 250, .missing only Xottt will ':be toting the pigskin ;

most unproved golfers on the sta- crown Betting a world's recordof the 237th bird, but had to be content for Pnrris.Island l. S. 'C.
tion at the with :fourth .place after three GolfComPetition
present time. :1241 ..birds.JaxJlnished. Marine Ucrtolino IM
tied for first with
a S birds behind men ,perfect
seven
I 250's. Alex Kerr of Los Angeles Badminton Winner
Another happy lirikster this
Diego in the military shoot,Taring-
past week was A. E. Leschak of fAg down 1211 birds to the win- I won the open championship in a .=im Bcrtolino, Marine from'
VA 36 who turned in a rather shootoffwith George "Deyoe of Airman Preparatory School), is

rare eagle on the long '605yardfirst I Washington, D. C, and Bob Wilkinson =' the "new badminton singles cham-

hole. Two long ames to the Results Of PoI I of Kansas. Deyoe, who at pion at the Naval Air Technical NARTU grabbed a quick lead

bunker and a well-aimed chip one time operated skeet range Training Center. He won the title in the Mainside intramural golf

shot netted Leschak his aglc-' in Jacksonville, finished 'seCond. MOat dray by scoring ''a 13-9, loop this week with a 6-0' shutout

the first on the No. 1 hole in quitea Play RevealedWith Pendergras, although finishing 15-8 and. 15-8 victory over 'Lee' decision over ComFairJax in the

spell. fourth, looms as a sure bet to wina Murray of ,Aviation Electician'sMate league opener.
runs of 12,14 and 13, Ray berth in the Olympics to be :School Class B.

New We've Heard Everything Dumas of Aviation Storekeeper held in 1956. Doubles .competition in badminton Eight teams saw action duringthe

DcpU Jar Navy's 'Cracfcerjax School captured the NATTCenter The 1eam salvaged some honorsas 'began on Monday and the first week of play and five
his I of the eight were above the .500 _
Pool
tournament by defeating champion team should be named
went all the way to the finals of Pendergras teamed with Bill
Bob Wilson mark at the end of the opening
fellow schoolmate, late this week.
the Women's All-Navy Softball Arthur to tie for Class AA two-
round.
in the final match. <
Tourney at NAS Floyd Bennett, man team honors. Arthur had a
N. Y. without playing a single Dumas entered the finals by a 247 of 250 and Tendergras had Crackerjax IsswiashdnH Close on the heels of JTARTU

game! narrow victory over Marine Sam 249, giving th team a total of were FAW-11 and Fasron 109 who
t Griffin of Airman Preparatory 496 out of 500. Over 400 of the' Call were deadlocked for second place

When Jax Navy pitcher Frank School, while Wilson, with a run nation's top skeet men competedin >jrirst turnout of the Jax, Navy with five wins and one loss -each.
of Homer Alton of
14 downed
Jankunis went to the hill recently 'School. the 'event.Comprising. Wave Crackerjax basketball Fasron 109 defeated Fasron 6
in the llth inning of Pensa- NavAirWeaps the Jax Navy con- team AllNavy'Eastern champions : 5-1 while FAW-11 was 'downing
Wilson had of
the
cola's opening round, Eastern All-' the tournament with highest 16 when run lie tingent were Ken Pendergras, last season, will be held. VC-62 by the same score.
Navy Baseball Tourney game, he AEC, of NARTU; Bill Arthur, held Monday, Oct 3 at 1700, ac-
cleared the table, sank his next VC-62 also dropped another decision -
found himself flinging away at AOC, of NATTCenter; Ivan Kipp; cording to Coach Matt Kurilich.
in match shortened
shot the break and then "Supply a -
the mitt of a former Jax Flier- on AOl, of NATTCenter; CWO G. Practices will be held in th- '
scratched on his 17th. by rain. With lour of the
catcher Bobby Horne C Hall, of NATTCenter and gymnasium, Building 51!. Plansare
six individual results in
AK,School took the team championship Supply
Pedigo of NAS team made for the coming
Lcdr. Joe now being .
Horne, who played here in '53; with 41'points, followed held a 3-1 edge over the Compo
spent the past two seasons with by NavAirWeaps :School with 36. coach. I season. site Squadron. Low shooter for
-*I
the ._ _.. VC-62 Ed Korbel who shota
Corpus Christi! Comets, then ---0s* -- was
.
was picked up by Pensacola after 1 'wv6 ;y 1--S q 43 but lost to Supply's Dixonon
the Comets fell by the way- Center Volleyball the handicap basis. Dixon

side in the recent Sixth Naval scored a 45 for the nine holes.
Begins Monday
District Tournament. Both of the week's low-shooting

t Entries will close tomorrow for, linksters came from FAW-11

First Week Football Notes: the NATTCenter volleyball where Comdr.. Frank Heyer and

Football was back at Mainsidethis league and play will begin at Bill .Scarbrough carded scores of

week, with VP-3 and VW-4 noon Monday, the Special Serv- 37.and 39 stroke-respectively.

squaring away in the opener at ices Office announced. Standings as of Tuesday wereas

the stadium Opening week Play will be held in the gymnasium follows: .
,Building 513, during noon / 3' ?
play was a little ragged as many s Team Wen Lost
hours. Earlier this week four
teams worked
out for
together NAltTU '.S 0
teams had ,slated entries AE ,
I :
the first time. The
,present rules FAW-ll 5 J
School, NavWeaps, ,AK School
.. system allows a very well-lial- : M } Fasron 109 5 1
and AE-B School. -,
anced running and passing game. Supply 3 1

o Officials, like the players, are up to date pronto or they'll be Operations 4 2
still learning the finer points, 'bu ineligible for competition in the 'Fasron 6 3 9

in general the games were very Fall Cup Tourney which begins I 1'C.2. 2 t S;
well handled line play was around October 1. Only about'. 30 mFalrJu 8 6
unusually sharp for early season golfers are listed this month as : --t' "s >' 1 VP-3 0'' 0

contests and many offenses, were having valid handicaps as com- FAWTU 0 0

clicking with mid-season prcci pared with some 80 linksters a hospital 0 0

sion. VP-3 aerial defenses .stopped month ago. ...---....---- Administration 0 0
six: VW-4 thrusts with . .
pass "MUY BIDWhen Ken Pendergras, ADC, (left) of NAR
interceptions. The PatRon. 3 boys Capt. Thomas Tyra, new 0 &:R TU Jar, No. 1 man on Jax Navy's skeet team received nls diplomafor "Now son," said the father,
'had the honor of scoring the 'sea Officer of NAS 'Jax:, was once a winning; the Tan,American Skeet Championships held! recently, "tell me why I punished you."
1 son's first T. D.-on the very first member of the U. S. Navy rifle in Mexico City) ,'Mexico, he thought It was a nice rrstU1'e,,indera, That's fine," blubbered the
but he couldn't read a word -of it It "was written in Spanish.
play from Scrimmage. team :which competed for the 1931 kid. "First hell
you pound out of
'
is
Just exactly what the certificate says ''translated for him'by
A .good many station golfers national championships at Camp Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett, commanding officer of NARTU, who me, then 'you ask. me why youf
. must bring their'handicap status' Perry, Ohio. understands the language. did _. : ; : I

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The 1955 intramural touch football season at Mainside got off
to a fast* rugged start last week and produced a fair share of
early season thrills and excitement.

If the first few league gamesare
downs were produced orr '
I passes,
an accurate indication of
the first coming on the initial
IJk things to come, this year's intra j
i play from scrimmage when Quarterback
mural football program may be
Rouse tossed to Bob Dun.
a one of the best yet. I ;
J can who made the catch on the
Fa In general,, most of the teams
goal line and stepped into the i
who played last week looked a
end zone. -.
J little ragged but showed promiseof .\
considerable finesse the '
once

.' ., : .. rough edges are polished. AK SchoolPrimed
: rOSSIBLY THE BEST game of

the week was a 20-IB, see-< thriller which went to FAW-11 in .

a decision over NARTTJ. The lead Grid
: Play
changed hands three times in this
MERRY MEC-Cr Maybe>> it wu still early. in the season, or maybe it was btcaaa of their : one before FairWing finally nail- Stealing a march on the other
aver.eatbuslaem, but grklden who> teak ti the greensward In the
opeafatf but week of the Kalnsldr I IIntDat '
Teach Football League waste ... time IB "knocking heads" Action was Denfe as the ed it down with a commanding schools at NATTCenUr, Aviation
I above .ene depicts. Ereryon seems to be rttting late tie act la this twining play: by VW-4. (ia Heat M1< lead late in the second halt- Storekeeper's football candidateshave
jerseys). Maa wlUi the ball b hidden behind the three: ""JI xe4-upW J la3'a'S.1t the ri M..TT-3 (dark Last Thursday's' opener saw awellbalanced already played through a
;Jerseys) wen this-one, 2A0.Crackerjax. VP.3 squad score school league in preparation for

on. the first play from scrimmageand the coming touch football season.
Close race on to a 20-0 victory over !I With. approximately 75 candidates
EM WiVeLN;
w VW4. The passing ttt Homer originally turning out, manager .
I
I l
Rouse and die running game 'of Nelson Bottorff has simmered -*
Eye Bowling Halfback Bennie Kareskle were ', his/ squad down. to around 35

On Dismal Note A bowling league for the too much.for the Hurricane Hun ,.men prior to the opening of the

wives of Station enlisted men tern.- season Sept. 25.WITIT .
Jax Navy's Crackerjax softballers waited until the finals of will be organized in the near O ft >st :ALSO GOT into the '; ONLY THREE veterans
the Women's Eastern All-Navy Softball Tourney to have their worst future. win column with: a 122. win over returning front last season, the

slump of the season, as they dropped the title in three straight Plans call for the women to Fasron 109. with a safety by Storekeepers began building from
games to Patuxent River last week. bowl on Wednesday nights in Howard CUlt keeping the Service the ground up. Included in the

After compiling an excellent NATTCenter, and interested Squadron from being( whitewashed returning trio are Dick Vance
13 errors in the first game of the Dab Ilinkel and Joe Totten all
season's record: of 32 wins and personnel may contact Grace ,
nine losses the local gals journeyed series alone. Ward at 34038 Ellyson. St., Lack of officials dealt an early Marines. ,.
all the. way to NAS Floyd STRANGELY ENOUGH, the Dewey Park, prior to Sept. 21 blow to the league and forced The Storekeepers have Ken '
Bennett, N. y only to have the hitting deportment was unaffected -I for further information. the postponement of a contest Brewer, a former Florida prep
bottom drop out of their cham- by the slump and managed to between Hospital and Personnel. All-State performer, and Dick

pionship aspirations. outslug the opposition with 13 The game will be played at a Jones both quarterbacks, actingas
FAX CLOBBERED Jax by safeties. VP-3 Pistolccrs later date. co-captains and backfield

scores of 1G>7, 28-3 and 9-8 to It appeared the Crackerjax: The week also produced one coaches.
capture the women's crown, the might make a comeback in the Seek Opponents schedule casually as Supply's SEVEN; TEAMS this week sig.

final game' going into extra inn- final game after a complete case Ltjg) John Void, athletic officer team dropped out of the league. nificd NATTCentcr their intention of enteringthe
ings. Had the Waves won the third of snakebite in the first two con Lack of playing personnel promp- circuit. They
game, additional contests in the tests, For six innings the third of VP-3, has announced that ted the decision. were Aviation Storekeepers, Na
best-three-of-five series would game rocked along in a scoreless the squadron pistol team is in- VP-3 SHOWED unexpected power val Aviation Weapons Systems,

have been played. pitcher's duel before Jax cameup terested in obtaining some oppo- in subduing VW-4 in the Special Services, Aviation Ord-

Most of the Waves, who returned with a single tally in the top nents for future pistol matches.So season opener in the stadium. The nanccmcn. Airman Preparatoryand
this week from New York, I of the seventh. if shooters want to unlimber Patrol-men displayed a deadly' teams from both Class A and
attributed the team collapse on : Pax River stayed alive in the their shootin' irons, contact Mr. aerial attack which netted theme D of Aviation Electrician's Mate

bad pitching and faulty fielding. i bottom half with a score that tied Void at the Flight Schedule Office ht completions in 13 attempts. School. -....
Wave hurlers were responsible for the game and then watched the or phone 223. Two of the victor's three touch-

issuing 22 free passes in the first local females start off overtime Biggest Bass
,two, games and the usually-stable play with a run that put them
.defense leaked badly making ahead again in the top of the
eighth, 21. But once again the I't Caught ,ByWilliamson _

: Maryland champions got back into ir
0 & R !, the fray when an error on a
sent the tying
third-out play run
.
G O. Williamson, Public Works
scampering across the home dish. utilities, was the winner of theMen'
Keg Loop But the clincher came in the
Division for the month "of
ninth after Jacksonville had ap- .
August in the Station's Black
parently sacked up the game: witha L
Bass
Fishing Contest
Opens PlayOne six-run outburst yin the opening $ Williamson won a fine Reel for
Trailing 8-2 I
half of the inning. his black
11-pound
I bass caught
of Florida's largest groups the battling Marylanders caught :while fishing with live bait at-
of keglers began play this week fire, tied up the game and then \ : Hillcrest Lake. There were no
when the 16-team NAS-O & R copped the game: with a two-out 'entries submitted in the Women's"
Civilian Men's Bowling Leaguegot home run which gave them a Division.

underway in downtown Jack- 9-8 decision and the tourney / a Young David Williamson, son

sonville.. title. of G. O. Williamson; won rod
The league bowls each Friday ; as prize in the Children's Division ..
evening in two shifts from six Marines Clash In .a. for his 8-pound, 12-ounce black

o'clock until midnight. bass caught while fishing at Kill-

Six league members started the, Smoker TonightMarine *. crest Lake, using a rod and reel
season off with a rush by bowling ,boxers from Companies -- with live bait.
. games of 200 or better. They in- 5532 and 5534 of Airman Prepara- NEW SS OFFICES Lt. William Lyons, who took over the A boat seat, the entry prize for
reins as Special Services officer at NATTCenter this week, gets
cluded: Roy Askew, 221-20; tory School tangle tonight in an acquainted with the sports program. Dropping in on the pool the month, was awarded to R. W
Charlie 'Adams> 213; Red Burton, 11-bout program In King Hall' tournament be watches T/Sgt. Samuel Griffin, of Airman Preparatory Sheese, Overhaul and Repair de
212; Mr. Schultz, 2J2; Ned Byers. beginning. at 1930. I School open the =- nby event partment. Sheese caught a 3- .
211 and: Junior Teske, 200. I pound, <4-ounce black bass while
A rarity on the hardwood alleys fishing in the St. Johns River,
occurred last week; when Mr. E. I Heyer Duo Victor In Father, Son Playwatched II using a spinner rod.

J. Raisch consecutiv'egames The for
rolled three prize the month of Oc-
of 126. which entitles him A slim turnout marked the an. defending championsin Richard to win by a single stroke tober for the Men's Division is a
to an ABC shoulder patch. nual Junior-Senior Golf Tourneyon the Junior Division,' Comdr. 45 to 46.Behind. Coleman stove, a Coleman stove

Current standings are: ., the station course last Sunday, Frank Heyer and his son Bob, the- Brozos came the for the Women's Division a rod
Team \V.n lAst 7rtPlantar but those who did brave the heat walk away with the title for the team of Milton and Ronny Hurstin for the Children's- Division, anda
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r'I.l.e H.: I ,.., S. 0 J.
.!*.*. tl..-3 a 1.MK and showers to participate were second successive year. third place with a 47 total. special night light as the entry
Metal el wri DivinJoB|C ..____. J St.1 :.M*** rewarded with an afternoon of The Beyers parlayed their Tom Davies and son Thomas prize. t
A.e.worea{ __ s 1 .188. worthwhile entertainment. efforts Int. 'a winning raid of Jr, won the Peewee division The Committee wishes to remind -
Metal N. t 2 1 .386.
Amrrablr.. k......_._ 1 .1043 Possibly the weather was to 43 strokes for the nine-hole championship with a six-hole the employees that ,entry
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.u.* riaaaiar: 1 Z .SSSrawlUr score of 36. blanks for the Black Bass FishIng .
hh.p ., 1 Z .S3S blame for 'keeping entries at a coarse. :
MaehUUU __? .-.?_ t' t .S8I minimum. Many failed to show The Junior Juniors' bracket -The winners and runners-up In Contest are available In all

rower teDlM..Ilf'J'glut nepase___t 1 2 9 ..sss.333E..etrle up who had entered the tourney crown was annexed by Jack and each division were presented tro- departments from the, member,

!oIaDl'tsr _IS"._, _._; .' O.MO 9 MM earlier In the week Jay Harvey who survived a late phies by Comdr., N. D. Johnson, of the Back Bass Fishing Com
",...." A ,F.-........-..e' S: .MM Those who did play, however, surge by Lou Brozo and. his son acting NAS executive officer. ,mittee.I [ (
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I Hoover Group Offers Reorganizational ProposalsTwelve I VP-18

(Continued From Pare 1)
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FOR RENT proposals for-business forwarded to the Budget Bureau o f the Commission, urged the i of the reported position of the,

tarn apt. 2150 Palm St., Mrs. reorganization made by the Jfoo- for coordination with the White establishment of a top civilian ship, Myers descended to an altitude
ver Commission are under study House and Federal agencies. i I of 300
Baker. Ph. EV 7-6010. post on the planning and reviewof feet and proceededwith
Navy couple share 5 rm. house by> Defense Department Officials. More controversial proposalsare the aid of radar. When the

E. Ellison, 5048 W. 12th St. EL Seven recommendations of non- being studied at the Penta- military requirements; to regroup ship was sighted, the ceiling had
4-6886. controversial nature of the total the management areas of dropped to about 250 feet and

1 Corner rm. 5212 Yerkes St 19 made by the Commission on gon. One recommends that the logistics, research and development snow was falling.

5 rm. house, unfurn. in Ortega. the organization of' the executive three Assistant Secretaries of personnel and finance un THE JOPETER WAS found ;
Apply 2920 Harvard 'Ave. branch have been approved by Defense, heading health and medical der four Assistant Secretaries. be t
completely surrounded
:2 bdrm. house, unfurn. $50 mth. Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of activities, applications' en- Other recommendations by extremely
Defense. gineering, and property and installations sugges thick ice that, from the
4809 Phyllis St. the be demoted deputies ted the appointment Of a princi air, appeared as clear as water.
Falling within category Of
4 rm. apt. 1758 Dancy St. at Riv i
Great chunks of
the ice had
minor administrative changes designed and serve under four principal pal Career Assistant for each piledup
erside.
Assistant Secretaries.Four around the vessel, and 'high
to streamline the depart- Assistant Secretary and the
coordination -
3 rms. furn 623 Edison Ave banks of ,snow had drifted from
3 rms. Furn.\. 3131 Nolan St EV ment's operations, they have been major recommendations of assignments. the ice packs." The rescue plane

86502. was 'able to contact the Norwe

4 rm. garage apt., $60 mth. 4346 VA-105 i, gians, but as they spoke no
Shirley Ave. Ph. EV 93146.
English, and the Neptune's'crew
1 bdrm. bung in Ortega, $65. Ph. (Continued From Page 1)). did not understand Norwegian,

EV 9-5224.2919 boric. Ave. Mrs. data: ,this proved of little help.
Harris.
1. IT WON TilE "E" award After taking stock of the situa
3 bdrms. turn. apt. 2805 Oak St.
EV .8-7148.' Mrs. Robinson. again for 1955 as top attack tion, Myers decided the best betAvas
: squadron on the East Coast (this to drop Air Force and Navy
2 rms eff. apt. $50 mth. Mrs. Cay,
was omitted in last week's Jax survival kits. Many runs were
3873 Herschel St. EV 71578.
Air News "E" winner story since made on the Jopcter, the weatherso
2-4-5
rm. apt. furn. Call EV 7-
4892. the :informatipn was not avail. T bad that after every pass it

6 turn able). was necessary to use radar to
rms. apt. 1312. McDuff.
Mrs. Holloway. EV 94445. 2. Composed of 20 pilots, VA- relocate the ship. The half-frozen

Widow will share home with cou- 105 earned a total of 28 individ- Norwegians hastily put the sur

ple. 2105 Lake Shore Blvd. EV ual "E" awards during the past vival kits to use, and after about

9-1592-EV 9-6539. fiscal year. two hours over the ship Myers

2 bdrm. unfur. apt. 2985 Gilmore. 3 V In a competitive exercise rocked his wings in a farewell

Mrs. Heston. EV 8-0868. held Feb. 28, pilots of VA-105 hada pass and departed.ON .

2 bdrms., unfurn., duplex apt. 218 group average error of 47.2 feet. RETURNING TO base and

E. Milwaukee Ave., Orange Pk. This? score won for VA-.105 the consulting with Air Force officers

$65 mth. Ph. 112-8-5471. Atlantic/ Fleet Dive Bombing LEl'- it was decided to attemptto

2 rms. furn. 3215 Oak. EV 89222. Record. This group"average bettered fly a helicopter in fairly,
individual's close to. the ship and rescue its
$50 mth. any firing av. _
.. 2 bdrms. unfur., kitchen equlpt. erage of the preceding year. The crew that way. However; before .
7.2 within the 50 this could be' done, the ice had
809 So. McDuff. $70 mth. average was $:
3 rm. furn. 3664 Hendrick St. foot average' required to qualifyfor free.loosened and' the Jopeter floated.

$50. Ph. EV 81598. an "E".
Crew,2 of VP-18 which
participated

3 rms. unfurn. 651 Chelsea St. EL 4. In addition to dive bombing
in the rescue operation
68613. $50. record, VA-105 holds the Com-
3 rms. furn. 633 Chelsea St. EL 6- Fair Jax records for rockets, high consisted of pilot Myers; copilotLt.

8613. $50. altitude dive bombing and glidebomblng. JAX SQUADRON ABOARD BENNINGTON. ..:. Planes of Fred Stone; navigator' Ltjg( )

6 rm. unfurn. 809 Acosta St. EV 7- Attack Squadron 105 of Jacksonville, first squadron to qualify Its Roland J. Rhoades; plane captainW.
5950. Mrs. pilots in both day and night carrier landings via the first testing D. Luter, ADI; second} mechanIc
Bradbury 'During its Cuban cruise aboard of the'mlrror-UIM system, are shown taking'off from the canted- C. P. Bass, AD3; radiomanK.
Dock house apt Rent $50. For the Bennington in April, the deck USS Bennlnrton. The mirror Is stationed where the,landing A. Wood, AT2f radarman' A."C' .
myself and a partner who will squadron qualified all its pilots in signal officer normally would be, port aft.
Dickman, AT2; second radar-
share expenses. OverlookingSt. night carrier landings although its Commissary Store man D. II. Curtis, AT3; and ord-
Johns
River. Call Lawrence
all-weather)
TV
not night
an or 'Navy Log'
S. A. LeClair A02.
nanceman ,
Ext. 8395 EV Closes 28
or 9-4049. attack unit. This was accomplish Sept .

FOR SALE ed in one evening's operationsand Commissary Store, located! in Series To Begin
3 bdrm. house 4542 Blount Ave. InfirmaryContinued
in some two hours and 45 Building 135, will be closed for
Lcdr. Arnold, Ext. 622/203. minutes all pilots were qualified
monthly inventory all day Wednesday 20 ( From Page 1)

2 bdrm, house; buy equity $49 with a total of 92 landings made. September
mth payment. 5149 Banshee This is believed to be a record. Sept. 28. Store will be -cye refractions only, Tuesday,
"Navy Log," a new series of Wednesday, and Friday at 1300.
Ave. EV 95249. open for business as usual, on
1951 Doles Aero 16 ft trailer. $1- Thursday, Sept. 29.DIANE half-hour weekly dramatic pres- Laboratory routine examinations .
050. Lot 6, Azalea Trailer Court. i Mothers Invited To entations based on true incidentsin by appointment only. Urol
the service lives of ogy-Tuesday and Friday at 1300.
3 bdrm. frame house. $1900 GI Navy people
equity. Cedar Shores. Call EV Girl Scout MeetingMothers will commence Sept. 20 over X-ray-routine work Monday,

8-4571. of girls interested in %;iKar the CBS network. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday

2 bdrm. home. 6247 Commodore. becoming Brownies or Girl Scoutsare { Though all background and from 0900-1100 and 1300-1500;

EV asked material used in the production therapy consultations and treatments .
7-2749.
Equity $800. Payments to meet Friday, Sept.
$52 mth. 16 at 1000 at'Building 612 for an ; cl this series are authentic, ,the Monday through Friday at
programs are* not merely docu- 1100 (certain examinations will
1953 House trailer. 28# Ft. Con organization meeting.,
tact Lowe, B. C., Ext. 8230. I The girls must be between 7 1 mentaries. Each tells the moving be performed by appointmentonly
story of some incident of trial or ). Psychiatry-no authoriza .
3 bdrm. home. 4705 Cedar Wood
and 14 of age to be eligi-
Rd. Ph. 11285981. T. T. El- I >le for years membership. Further information %,: rI triumph in the life of a Navy tion for this type..of dependentcare
man or woman. emergencies may be seen
more. $1500 equity. $50 mth. may be obtained from --
Seven episodes of 26 initially at any time.
payments. Mrs. Lyle Newton, extension 8150,
MISCELLANEOUSRide member of the Local ,Girl Scout I contemplated have been com
wanted from Park & Aber Council. pleted. The show will feature episodes RECREATION

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deen. 07301610. Begin 12 $ept. I One Brownie and two Girl : involving a submarine

Mrs. Buchanan. Ext. 8270. Scout troops will be carried over .r <: skipper, frogmen Marines,
ASHOREPersonnel
Ride wanted from vicinity of 6th from last year, but it is hoped ;' ... ;. Waves, Chaplain Corps, Medical

&Main.. 7:30-4:10: : to NATTC. that new groups might be organ- j.\/t'j\tt}. Corps, Blue Angels, and many, ( are invited to visit

Call Kurz, EL 4-68J50. ized to take care of the girls on '">!'t< '' many others. the USO Servicemen's Club at 37
...
; : New ideas for scripts will be
the station, according to Mrs. .N"'. ,',,':"' tyonroe St. The Club is open
A village character was filling :. welcomed from Navy
Newton. .; t h{*, personnel. from 0900 to 2330 dally)
out an income-tax blank and came' '. 'W' 1''f In submitting the idea, the story
Troop 18, finishing First Class '4i i i:. \\1 '" Thursday, Sept 15 Record
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this limitation on his persona] active part, it is pointed out ,( ,',!t:,: ':i, should be addressed to Navy Log weekend food; 2030, games and
liberty, he penciled in the for .4, ;.. Project Officer, Office of Chief of
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darn please. Bridge Tournament 'f 'S .h 4qd forwarded. Saturday, Sept. 17 Open
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semi-formal dance Girl of the
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R N OS to all bridge players or those a Slates Dance Septa 11 Sunday, Sept. 18 -= 1000, coffee

interested in bridge to attend the National Association of Supervisors hour, off to church; 1730,

Fourth Annual North Florida Local No. 11, will hold its vespers, community", and refreshments .
. WEATHER OR NOT
Championship Bridge Tourna .- What a wonderful forecast. annual dance Sept 17 at the Py by Riverside Presby

anaswuua; ment to be held Sept. 23-24-25, at Rain and high winds followed thian Center, 819 Kipp Avenue on terian Church; 2000, Free movie,

the Seminole Hotel. by shapely) Dianne Foster. Saucy the Southside. World in His Arms.

Entry fee for the tournament, Dianne, who has stirred up Dancing will be from 2100 to Monday, Sept. 19 1900, ping
JMIE which is sanctioned by the Amer. quite a tempest on the west 0100. All members and their pong and games. ,
coast (not the east) Is boundto
ican Contract 'Bridge League- is breeze to the top at Columbia guests are invited. Admission will 1 Tuesday, Sept. 20 -_Gam
.(Answer Puzzle Pare 3)) $1.75 per person. pictures. be $2.00 per couple. nightr.



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