Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00533
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Forces '49th State' 'In Polio Vaccine DistributionThe 171

Armed Forces are being the vaccine remains in short sup Uniform distribution of the North African Mediterranean. available for them. '
considered the 49th state of the ply to insure that the most susceptible vaccine will be made within the Dependents 0 f personnel with Additional or differing prIorities *
Union in a national allocation age groups are given three services according to tri isolated goups such as embassies, be established \
plan for poliomyelitis vaccine be equal opportunity to be immuni service aggreements. Present missions, MAAOS, and so forth may depending
ing released through commercial zed."VACCINE agreements, subject to change, af have also been afforded priority on availablility of the vaccine; t
outlets, according to, a recent in RELEASED by the ford priorities to certain geogra OTHER AREAS, including the upon action of local, state or }1.;.
struction from (he Bureau of U. S. Public Health Service for phic areas in the following order: continental United States, Ha. territorial health officers in regard !..
Medicine and Surgery. commercial distribution at the Philippines (which have already wail, and Alaska, have so far not to use of vaccine in civil
The essence of the plan is that present time has been tested for received vaccine for immunization been afforded any special consideration populations; or at the recommen "
each state will receive a shareof safety and effectiveness under of all children aged six on a geographic basis dation of expert advisors to the '
vaccine released based on its the current rigid standards' months through 15 years of age); and further information as to U. S. Public Health Service or
number of children in priority states DuMed Instruction 6530.8. Caribbean- Central and South plans for equitable distributionof Armed Forces. Such changes will ,j
brackets. "The manufacturing process is American; Pacific and Far East vaccine in these areas will be also be announced by supplemen- I
Allocations will continue while under continuing surveillance.; '(less Hawaii and Alaska); and announced as vaccine becomes (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col.

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Home of Commander Naval. Air Dues, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center
I Safety fcE7 -- : v [ 0& R Report

Award ToPatRon Shows BigSchedule

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Patrol fuadron Five, Fleet ; ,
Air Wing Eleven's nomineefor A AA A heavy schedule com
the Atlantic Fleet "E" for pleted by the N AS Jax ..:

1955, has been named co-reci- Overhaul and Repair De-
pient of the Chief of Naval partment is revealed In the

Operations Aviation Safety first quarter of the 1956
Award for 1955 as outstand-
ling dual pilot aircraft squad. fiscal year. ;.
ron of the Atlantic Fleet. The report shows that 76

Notification of the award was f: it : : aircraft and 202 aircraft
made in a letter to Comdr. R. M. t'i > engines
: : were processed and

G.Strieter Matton, who Jr.relieved as commanding Comdr. W. TY_...;....,...;.,...;+;<...""_,;",..;w:,,.... ,, ".. .:..:.., .w.', ...;."}: ,;,,, ...... ., .... .n....,. ready for issue to the fleet,
officer of the famous Mad Foxes MAP ANNIVERSARY PLANS Busy with plans for the Navy's participation In the 15th an. in as-good-as-new condition.
niversary celebration of the commissioning of the Naval Air Station Oct. 15 is this committee. Left These
late in August. '. to right are Comdr. Herbert Johnson, assistant Public Works officer, in charge of transportation; figures, however, fail '
THE HIGHLY RATED antisubmarine Lt Col. David Foos, commanding: officer of the Marine Barracks, parade marshal; Lt. Ted Mor to disclose the vast amountof
squadron rose to, and ran, service Information officer, In charge of publicity and window displays;: Comdr. Ralph Ettln- work that went into
held, the top rung on the Atlantic flyovers gel, comptroller during,the chairman celebration.; and Comdr. Edward Potter, operations officer, in charge of aircraft achieving them. All aircraft
Fleet Safety Totem Pole throughout and engines were disassem
the entire period considered: 15 Years Old And Growing bled, cleaned, repaired, re
from July 1, 1954 through June Use Of Term built, tested and finished
30.A during the three month:
solidly review substantiates of the year's the outstand activities Big Plans For Station'sBirthday 'Carrier Base' period.

ing safety efforts put forth by Okay for AreaThe Counting Jets, helicop
the entire squadron under the ters, transports, attack and
tutelage of Lcdr. Myrul Howard, 15th Oct. 15 Navy has sanctioned the anti-submarine aircraft, 14
the squadron's safety officer dui description locally of the May- different configurations of

ing the period. Saturday, Oct. 15, will be a day to remember in Jack port Naval Auxiliary Air Station seven aircraft the types passed
FROM WINDSOR FIELD in the as the "Mayport CarrierBase" through overhaul activ
sonville when
the Navy unites with the city to celebrate the ity. ,
Bahama Islands for FAW-ll's fifteenth anniversary of the commissioning of the Naval Air .1
"Asdevex" at the start of the Station. This was made public by Meanwhile, the power
year, through the five-month It will be a day replete with festivities Congressman Charles E. Ben plants division overhauled
Argentia deployment, and the speeches, a giant parade, planning for the big celebrationfor nett, who quoted J. H. Smith, 202 engines of four different
four-month long anti-submarine exciting window displays''' In leadIng at least a year. Now all plans assistant Secretary of the Navy, types and 10 configurations
training exercises out of Leeward downtown commercial estab are being put into action.In who said it would be 'okay to ranging from the 0-
Point, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, lishments, flags and military the parade, at least 2500 per- use the term in the Jacksonville 425 used in the II058 helicopter
the accident-free record chalkedup bands. Much of it will be carried (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)) (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) to the big R-2800's
by the squadron stands as one over' television and radio stations. used to power the AF, AJ
of the most meritorious safety When it is over, late that evening, and RGD's.In .
achievements in the archives of it is safe to assume that no one in addition, 10 helicopter
ComAirLant. the area will be left unaware that
e conversions nine
55 engine reprocesses -
Jacksonville is Indeed a Navy and 99,000 man

Uniform Of Day town. hours spent in reworkingand
TIlE GUEST OF IIONOR for repairing aircraft parts
Optional UntilNovcnbcr the occasion will be Secretary of for return to the supply
the Navy Charles S. Thomas, who system, rounded out t h equarter's
30 will arrive in time for a pre-annl- achieyment,
Wearing of either summeror versary reception and dinner at the I
winter uniform by naVal Officers Club Friday, Oct. 14. WEATHER OUTLOOK
personnel, with exception of From then on the Secretary will >;'riday-Cloudy with showers'
the tropical uniform in any be kept busy Inspecting Jax' Navj r $ and warmer. *
combination, became optional installations by helicopter Saturday j
SaturdaY-Partly cloudy with
from October 1 until November morning, reviewing the long
30.For colorful parade dominated by the scattered showers.
male officers and chief Navy, holding a press interview, Sunday-Partly cloudy, scaU
petty officers, uniform of the and being honored at lunch by city tered showers, and thunder
day will be service dress khaki officials, and at a dinner by the hr storms.
or service blue baker. Jacksonville Chamber of Com 4 r
Working khaki may be worn merce. At 2000 that night Mr. -. 'nMM.w; ,......, N' ,,_ MDB
on the confines of the station, Thomas will give an address in the CANADIAN VISITOR Leftenant Commander Edward I Payments Due
including Dewey Park, but auditorium of the George Wash- the Smith Naval(right Aircraft) of the Maintenance Royal Canadian School Navy at Halifax, offlcer-In-charge, Nova Scotia of, Mutual Death Benefit Society
may not be worn off the sta ington Hotel which will be carried takes a look at students undergoing study at Airman Preparatory J policyholders are reminded that
tion. Ties may be dispensed Uve by radio and television. School at NATTCenter. He observes Pvt. John Vincent, operating
j assessment No. 50 i due and
a drill press, In the hand tool phase of Airman payable :*..
School while
Both and
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) city Navy have been
Marine Maj. Edward Maloney, training officer, looks on. I by Oct. 15.Armed .



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Page JAX. AIR 'NEWS 6 October 1955

ma- 1-Members AC noit of CROSSWORD i > l J If If PUZZLE'r r 1 "a L- '''-

hip'* crew d Ii I""
.t-Thlom IIbrult
Publlthtd every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air II-Wult I IJ7CouMu I. V I. m 11 CATHOLIC
Station.. Jacksonville. Vim. 1altagedl4CunJuatbn m
NAS. rfMk .Tlll Sunday-Mass-0800, 0900, 1000
t/1 If t: I'>> II
Comdr, John N. Myers ...... ... ......_...._.....__.....,,,..,,....-, .,.,. Commanding Officer iL 1'allrta* polnl .. f7h St. Edward's Chapel.
Fleet Air Jackae.vtlle }tt-Ilat.d severingu JJ IJof 1 I : : Saturday-0800,
Rear i1 rIJeb S. Contact ..... Commander f7h I
.C pt. Green Cblct of Stall Jl-KnmunteredJt U 'F Jo1 Daily-0630.:
Fleet Air WUf Elcvca -liaked clay Sunday-0630-Mass at
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ,. .._. ommftnder I4-Femafw: ftheep IV 1'# Hospital
.Comdr. Frank D. Heytr _,.,,.-...... Chief Staff Officer :&--KhrewdM Chapel 1900 Instruction
-One who sJiooU
Naval Air TeckaleaJ TrsUlsff Cevter from wvsr ti JI N I* 17 classes, Bldg. 563.
Capt. DeLonu Commanding Officer
19 NhredJO
lmaf4 -
W. Ulshop: trecuUve Officer -lut on. as II /j" t'1 r. ; lot. Thursday 1900 Instruction
Naval HosplUI ..Ioth"/I Vb Vh classes, Bldg. 563.,
Capt. Benjamin N. A hi .. Commanding Officer: 31-lawallan
CaP I* A. Newton *....--L ..- _.. __ Executive Officer wreath u. +, ..ft PROTESTANT
tt Sowed
-Capt.. Wilson R. Bartlett ,,,l..x NAKTD Commanding Officer :xa-\! : -f : : Thursday, Oct. 6
Coradr. Laurence V, Stetfennagcn .,-....-......__ Executive Officer' -UodnntII 1900 All Saints' Choir Re-
l') II fJ:1
The JAX AIR NEWS II published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. 4X--U Hlmpl HHt*OfIturdtii hearsal Choir Director: Paul
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund I to ff R. Hamiil. .
at no expense to the government and In compliance, with NAVfcXOS; l'-33. Rev. 4-lJhtc'k: and blue I
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the 4r.-or"'Mft of Saturday, Oct. 9
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the I.rhllf I-OwiJunctloBtI r wry rwn _r 1000 Cathechetical
U. S. Naval Hospital. Clt"all >npolnt III-nul "5-fharp; pains .
EdItor-Andrew n. Plant 1ltIulI (abler) 4-Rtup' 1>-Knilnctets Jit-Instructs tion (Lutherans) for children.
Ass't FllItor-Drdtt Moore Staff R'porttra-Jarlt: Holmes, Tlllj Marion 41-Income i-Trader planes 31-B ('un* Sunday Ode 10
Cracraft, JU3; Nancy Ward SN; Joe Ganllll, YN2 -That U \VrlUen SI-Afternoon withered ,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS I -laW;r.;: official nerformanc* :4:- 0 0800 Episcopal Communion
material appearing In this publication may not -reprinted withoutthe 7"62-Iart--" cf iipttlk. 7-message!'* ', 't'-Vapor tS-Kplc poem ; -Fw far that Service, Chaplain Nickelson.
written permission of Armed Forces Tress Service Republication of other L4-l.eaeew I-Tho. YoldIeg UST +
matter, except by *rrvlc publications, Is prohibited without permission oiEditor. S&-Httlkm orrice 1-Compass/-Mveryae point. Iwo 0930 -.Sunday School for age
JAX AIR NEWS < -Kln. Arthur's
Editorial office located Main Administration Building Phone extensions DOWN It-Back 5-ear out U-FnrutenC potter of lane 4 through Jr. High, Bldg. 804.
8346 21b and 8164."Relax. lalaag) ,13-4hrietiaa -Periodieltfrsj" ., Ullle. 0930 Service of Divine Wor
1-lIaLlt-teenal", l1-Dullce. 11-Hebrew.Jl letter
e1ru. 1J-1I1a4er: 4-Impels >-Abort, ship, Chaplain Stcphenson.
(Answer on Pare 8, Col. 3) 1100 Service of Divine Wor
ship, Chaplain Carpenter.
1900 The United Fellowshipof

Protestants, Bldg. 801.
RYA4'/ Tuesday, Oct. 11

4iORUhS 1900 Lutheran Instruction
W I QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN AND TfIEJIt Classes, Chaplain Pieper, All I 1
APMlMlSTRA.Tl6r4 EVERY CAY... CJAFFS 1900 Episcopal Instruction

Classes, Chaplain I Nickelson,
( Weekly Feature) cording to a statement by my
Bldg. 563, NATTC, Chaplain's
Q-I am going to school under physician, my condition has be-
: Office.
kid, a ne;recruit often is told by his relatives the Korea GI Bill. Would I also come worse. Would that state-

and friends. "You've got nothing to worry about be entitled to a GI loan to buy a ment alone qualify me for increased 1900 -Thursday- All Saints', Oct. Choir 13 Rehearsal -,

for the next couple of years, Just let other people do house? payments? Choir Director: Paul R.

your thinking for you. All you have to do is take it easy A-You would be entitled to A-The evidence provided by Hamiil

and let it hap'pen. Not a care in the world, What a a GI loan while you are In' your physician must be verified St Luke's Chapel
school under the Korea GI Bill by an official VA physical ex Hospital
racket !1"What
provided your lender will amination. If VA finds that 0930 Sunday School Nursery

a load of malarkey. make the loan. The law does your condition has become 0930 Divine Worship

not prohibit simultaneous use worse, the compensation Increase 4 .
But the trouble is too many men don uniforms be- of both benefits. may be made effective as Florian Zabach the TV violin-

lieving that they aren't expected to think-just eat, Q-What I iq the deadline for of the date VA received the ist, defines bop music as Stravinsky

sleep and use their backs. getting the special Korea GI insurance evidence from your physician. played on an empty stomach.

Most servicemen quickly realize how cockeyed this available to veterans with
service-connected disabilities?
notion is. But how many do serious harm to their own
A-Korea veterans must apply
careers and to their service by making the mistake in and pay their first premium J

the first place? Quite a number.In within one year from the date f i'R ptt

the normal course of his duties, a serviceman has that VA determines their disa- sue,
bilities are service-connected.
plenty of thinking to do. He has plenty of worries, too. Q-I was disabled .while serving

Any job civilian or military has its worries It in the WAC during WWII,

wouldn't be much without them. and as a result I am drawing disability

Properly performed, a service career is no soft compensation payments. .
touch. It requires thinking men. Mental loafers apply My husband recently died of a

elsewhere. (AFPS) service-connected ailment. Would
I be entitled to death compensation ,
benefits in addition to my V QNq1
own disability payments? brS
Firer Prevention Pays Off
; A-Yes. The fact that you are

receiving disability compensation

would not bar you from
No Serious Fires RecordedNot receiving death compensation

benefits as well. A4 ,. _i 1:' s't

one single serious fire was recorded at the Naval Q-The house I want to buy

Air Station during the past year, the fire division's annual with a GI loan does not come tinder -

report reveals. FIIA credit controls, because
FHA completed all its paperwork w. ;j; 1 t.w. '.>iAl 1 ir"..
During fire prevention week, 'extinguished' before they ever before the
( controls went into effect
which this will be observed tO-Year Man-Herbert Cone,
year started result of observancesof
as a
on July 30, 1955. Will it be 20-Year Pin supervising inspector of construction -
.Oct. 9-15, all hands are alertedto protection against fire haze
subject to VA's cerdit restric- at NAS Public Works,
the deadly and wasteful destruction ards';' added Moran. tions? and one of the real "old timers"

of fire, but here at NAS BELOW IS A LIST of responses A-The.house will be exempt Presented To here at NAS lax, presented
Jax fire prevention is a year- with his ZO-yw federal service
by units, of fire apparatus for from VA
credit restrictions
1 'pIn by Capt. Ira N.Curtis, Public
around PW
program. the period from Sept. 1, 1954 to only if VA receives a requestfor EmployeeHerbert Works Officer. Fellow em-

"THE FIRES DURING the 1954 Sept. 1, 1955, as compared to an appraisal 04 or before ployees were on hand for
55 period were of minor nature, those made in the previous three Sept '30, 1955. M. Corse, supervising Corse's big moment. Viewingthe
which is attributed to the con years. Not included in the figures Q-I understand that Inspector of construction in the ceremony are (left to right,
a private
rear) FrancesStephens
stapt vigilance of existence of are 49 Dempster Dumpster fires, profit school has ,to be .in opera- public works department, has Mary, Gwen Morgan Parker, J. W.

.. fire hazards on the part of allhands" 29 grass fires, 14 private dwellingfires tion for two years before it can two claims to distinction. Wynn, A. O. Conduitte, and C.

declared Station fire chief off the station and one false accepts veterans 'under the Korea First, he has been presentedwith E. Ricketts.

Don Moran "Many: fires were alarm. GI Bill The school I am in- a 20-year service pin in a of weeds had 'to be cut away in

terested in attending operates ceremony by Capt. Ira N. Curtis, order to find sites on which to
Unit 5f-SS S3-s ,SUI 51.$% nine months a year and is closed public works officer. And sec- construct buildings for the sta-

Overhaul and Repair .._-.._. 21 21 13 23 for the summer months. In its ond, he was one of the few civi- tion. He has seen the Station

Supply ::5 8 r 6 3 case, what would VA consider as lian employees who were present grow from the first building

Public Works 9 1 1 2 two years? when the Naval Air Station was erected 15 years ago to Its present

NATI'C' 23 12 34 118 A-In the case of this school, commissioned 15 years ago and size and importance.The .

Mainside 19 28 23 39 two nine-month school years, who are still on duty here. award ceremony, conducted -

Naval Hospital 2 2 2 11 covering a period of 24 calen- Corse was Jirst)' employed by last Tuesday, also brought
NARTU ::5 1 5 1 dar months will satisfy the the Navy in 1938, In the Dis back other memories for Corse.

. .- : FAW-U Activities 3 6 2' 10 two-year reqmirement of the trict Public Works Office, Capt. Curtis, who "pinned" Corse
', housing Area _ 9 8 8 10 law. Charleston S.
C. In
he was a Junior officer at Charleston
- Q-I am receiving disability was transferred'Jacksonville, when the ..latter was stationed
" Total fie IS 94 217 compensation payments, and, ac arriving at a time when "acres there.I .

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11 October 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Three

i v;ak i{ ,'Ap: N gwA.
FAW11, VW-4, Fas 109. VA-48, VP-5 Faefu

I scouting SquadronsVP5 ; 41/. 1 ( \ \ ?


your ,eroce."
VP-5 !has welcomed sixteen new t .

Airmen Apprentices to the fold I :
in the post ten days. The squadron -
In 191', when the Joint Hurricane -
is happy to be the first operational
Warning Service and the
duty for the on-the-job

trainees and is currently in the Hurricane Hunters began operations 1 ,
it estimated that for
I was
process of integrating the new arrivals t
into the divisions that best i every $10,000,000 damage caused tt..
hurricanes in United
by the
suit their interests and capabilities. r
States, 400 people lost their*lives.

Today, that figure has been re-
James Swarthout calls Woods-
duced-to 2 to <4< lives lost for the
field, Ohio his first home. Keith
same ,amount of damage. Y
Kimball Kenneth Drown Wil-
Perhaps there few other
liam Myers and Carl Gibson hail are
peacetime services to the citizens
from West Virginia. Herman Alexander -
of the United States so importantand
is from Kentucky. New.
so apparent as this contribution
Englanders are Louis Guyette, '
which the Navy has and is R. 1
Vermont; Leo Duchcsneau, Con-
making.The .
necticut; Fruci Francesco, Ma. s.; 1-

and George Michaud, New Hamp men of VW-4 who provide SPRUCED UP GALLEY GROUNDS -,"Keep it clean" around the galleys Is well and capably

shire. John Baub Jr., stowed' his this service to their fellow citi- suggested by this emblem, one of two,' in the galley area at NATTCenter.l'ith the Navy's anchor I

Pennsylvania miner's headgearfor zens are defending the country, are William Pare, CSC,; Robert Llndon, CSI; Harry Niemeyer, cst, and Dale All, CS1. '

the popular white hat. The just as surely as if It were war ,

Indiana-Illinois interests contrib- time. Their duty is to meet an

uted James Bowles and Larry I enemy, the hurricane, equal in Ration Terms Defined; SAFETY

Miller Ovia Hinlon is from strength and as destructive as

North Carolina. 400 atomic bombs.- They- .know. the- New System In EffectAs Box Score -

and from their knowledge -
Some older hands too, now Disabling Injuries Through
come the vital storm warn-
lend their experience and skillto ( a follow-up to last week's
ings which send countless num- lowance of the government, under Tuesday 4
VP-5's anti-submarine mission. announcement of the new system
bers of people to safety. certain conditions defined by This Month l'f
James Borgneier, AE2, joins, the of ration credit for general mess, This Year 18 f
maintenance department from Six recent additions have been the .Jar Air News this week will law. Since Last

his previous billet at Corpus made to the squadron's roster. define certain terms pertinent to 2. Commuted rations. A com- Days

Christi. Thomas XHara reenlisted They are: Lt. Samuel Abel, from rations). muted ration is that which is not Lost-Time Accident 17 ':'

at his home in Savannah, Ga. VS-55; Marvin Roberts; AOAN, i Rations defined: furnished in kind, but in its relative -

VS-37; Oscar Wolfbrandt Jr. AT- money value, as fixed
and for
reported duty with the 1. Definition. The term "ration"may
Mad ,Foxes early last week. Au- 1, NATTC, Memphis; John.. Ca. be'deMed as one day's legal by law paid to either the indi- Talent Needed

rey, YNC, Commander Escort vidual concerned or to the mess
brey S. ADI
Boyd to VP5
allowance of provisions for one
and FAW-8, and FAW-2 and Squadron 14; Richard Deals, AD2 Normally the ration will be in which the individual is sub- For Local TV

VF-43. ; Edwin O'Polyn, YN3, ATG-201, man. sisted. A commutation of rationsto ,
prepared and issued to Navy and
NAS Jax. the enlisted man is not a right
FAW-ll's: current .ASX is. in t Marine 'Corps personnel at the Radio ShowsCan
but an allowance only by executive -
full swing at this writing, and expense of the Government'Thetotal
YP-5's role in it is reported, Fasron 119 component valueof
as money or 3. Special rations In a broader you act, sing, dance, recite *
highly successful. Final results Thirteen men reported to the rations prepared by the Navy ,.
sense, the term ration is also play a musical instrument
will not be available until the squadron last week; they were: and issued to personnel entitled
used in connection with additional act master of ceremonies
or as ?
exercse critique. Robert Herrina SN, from the to' receive them at government
substituted, or partial allowances -
I USS Seneca ATF-81; George expense will not exceed the specific If your answer is :yes you are
in kind. These special rations -
Vosler Jr., SN, from the USS allowances as determinedby needed for Navy Jacksonville'sradio
Faetn Dei. Two Norfolk EDL-2; Charles Sims, law. The ration is not a partof are only under and television
certain circumstances, are madeup programs.
September 11 was a big day in SN; 'Ten ,AM from NTC Bainbridge the pay, but it is a limited al-
of certain definite components, 'One of the radio programs is
the lives of two men in this detachment ; Frederick: Young, Fred-
match and handled in a manner quite already on the air over radio sta-
On that date erick Estep, Henry Cacho, James
thex S t different from the regular Navy tion WPDQ ((600-ABC) and several
were promoted to Chief Petty Drake, Dwayne Lewis, Thomas
ration. others are in the planning
Officer. The event was duly noted Mele Jr., Richard Jenkins, Victor VA46Verzell
4. Subsistence allow ances. stage. The first television pro-
by holding court on these men at Fournier, Thomas Devereaux and James Robertson, SDI,
When the government messing gram is scheduled to start on
morning quarters. The lucky ((7) J. C. Cravens. became: the first reenlistment for
facilities are not available or are WJIIP-TV, Channel 36, in approximately -
men were ,Frederick W. Hill, The squadron lost one man last VA-48, newly commissioned jet inadequate, enlisted personnel one month.

AEC (AA), and Charles G. Jones, week; he was James Baker, SN, attack squadron attached to Air personnel may be given a subsistence -
These will be
TDC (AA) who have been at- who was transferred to VF13. Task Group 202, NAS. Cecil allowance by credit on duced by programs the public Informa-pro-

tached to Faetu for some time. Joe .McDonald, ADC led the Field. their records.
pay tion staffs of Navy activities in
They were directed to report to Beavers golf team to impressive He was discharged on Sept. 19 5. Items not allowed. The val- the .Jacksonville Lt. David -

the officer-in-charge, Lcdr. Eu- victories in their first two match for immediate reenlistment and of stores such as area.
ue general A. Barksdale public infor-
gene T. Allen wearing large es. His low of 37 and 38 took a in a ceremony the following day napkins' paPer beverage ,
cups mation officer for the Commander -
wooden anchors hung on heavy point in each match. Comdr. was sworn in for six more years cartons and containers, bread
Fleet Air .Jacksonville will
line about their necks. Chief Robert P. Williams and Lt Phil by Comdr. Clifford A. McDougal, 'boxes and baskets-used in the be ,

Hill had an air conditioned hat, Demster also, took a point in each commanding officer. I general mess in connection with offlcer-In-charge. of the programs -

no cover attached.'The two new i the preparation or the service of
chiefs outfitted with Performers, both professional
were a pairof Le.
food when listed separately, ,
binoculars fashioned from soft I and amateur, and personnel with
not included in the cost of provisions -
chink bottles and indoctrinatedas I experience in radio and television -
will not be charged to
plane spotters prior to report 4 + 6'1_ the subsistence appropriation. announcing, writing and directing -

ing to the officer in charge. J. 4 i 4 are urgently needed to

Sheff, ATI, was observed eyeingthe assist with these programs.

proceedings very attentively. Eight Scouts If you are talented or have experience ,

On November 16 he will also don in radio and television,

the "hard hat." Net AwardsEight telephone the ComFairJax Public

1 Information Office, extension 592
Boy Scouts of Troop 131
or 8564, for an audition.
FAW11To received advancement awards last .

a gallant crew: Down to the Wednesday night at the Naval

sea, down to the sea, the weary Air Station Scout Hall. U. S. Lady Magazine

for their rest, the bold and the One of the largest crowds yet

brave men of the earth, who to gather for a Parents' Night Shows First IssueThe

have passed the mightiest test. meeting saw the presentation of .
first edition of U. S.
Last week the officers and men k YR' G ap r awards. Terry Merrifield was Lady,
of FAW-11 staff paid'silent trib- a n k'y, promoted to First Class Scout and national magazine for service .

Ronnie advanced to wives, service women and serv-
ute to nine fellow airmen who Way was

gave their lives while on a mis- Second Class Scout. Tenderfoots ice families, is on the newsstand.To .

sion designated to save the livesof awards were made to Billy Sa- make this magazine the ,

thousands.No ,..... ...-. .,, :: ....--- lis,.,.Larry Johnson, David Curtis, voice of service wives and women -

words can be written, or TOSS A TOAST One of the fundamentals of teaching is Ronnie Byrd, Franklin Burkhead the periodical asks for con.

eulogy spoken to compensate for how to talk and the Toastmaster's Club takes vantage of this and Chris Garbow. tributions in the line of articles,
Consisting of Navy and Marine Officers, the Jax Navy
stories photographs and the like.
Color pictures were projectedto ,
the void left in the hearts of the Officers Toastmasters Club is one of the "talkingest outfits" this
families of these men. To the side of Monday morning quarterbacks. Lt. Ken Knolsen (second show scenes of last summer's A questionnaire in the back of

memory of these nine warriors from right of Naval Air Weapons System School. president of camping trip to the Great Smoky the magazine asks for an evalu

the staff of FAW-11 say, the club and Major Ed Maloney, vke-president, (right take on Mountains in western North Car ation of each article and for suggestions .
may two initiates.-Left is Ltjg( ). Matt Kurilich, from Aviation Ord-
olina. Another trip is already concerning the interests
"God bless for your duty to
you nanceman School and second from left is Lt. Thomas Morrow,
your country your devotion to Marine Aviation Detachment, NATTCenter. .being planned for next summer. of the readers for future editions.


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TO BE A BONAFIDE CHIEF The hardest part of becoming a chief petty officer comes after the waiting, the study, tests and the word that you are rated.
Once those things are behind you, you as the "new chief" face the most difficult task of all. You must prove your mettle during an initiation, before you are accepted
as a bonaflde CPO by your shipmates. In the sequence of photos above Jacksonville Fighter Squadron ll's Ray Steventon, an ex-aviation electronics technician
first class, strives for that honor. In photo one, being neither bluejacket nor, CPO as yet, he Is led at the end of a rope all day and must be especially respectful to
I' all CPOs, like Bronce A. Waller, ADC. In photo two l whenever he ,has a chance Steventon must beg leading chief Herbert Hammer, ADC, for permission to join the
ranks of VF-11 chiefs. In photo three he must read VF-ll's to personnel of other squadrons at every opportunity. Photo four, he must not enter the
disbursing office, but he can stand outside and dream about his, increase pay. In photo five, after paying homage to the "World Famous Red Rippers" insignia, ,
Steventon's Initiation ends. ,

'" Two EM Cited For Alert Korean Vets Still SecNavylhouiai: ,

Courteous Action In fax Eligible For To Speak Here; (

SALTY HUMOR FROM Two Navy Exchange men have Muster Pay Ducats FreeUnits
THERE been cited by a Jacksonville business A, NAVY SHIP'S Service Station Servicemen still have timeto
firm for their alert action Wagon was directly behindour file for mustering-out pay who have not submitted
Boot: "You should be more and courtesy in 'aiding a truck truck and through the co based on Korean service, if their request for tickets to the
careful or pull your shades down driver in1 trouble. operation and 'quick thinking of they were released or discharged CommunityRally Oct. 15 at.the
at night, Chief. I passed your Lcdr. Franklin Burkhead, Navy the two sailors in the Navy car, from active service George: Washington Hotel), at
home last night, and saw you Exchange Officer, has received a serious damage was averted. The between July 16, 1950 and July which Secretary of the Navy
kissing your wife." letter of commendation from a driver of the Navy station wagon 16, 1952. Charles Thomas will speak, are
Chief: "Ha, Ha, the jokes on local business firm pointing out signalled our driver that. our The date for filing was ex- reminded to dQ so.
you Mac. I had the duty last an act.of courtesy by the two en- truck was,on fire, and then pull- tended this year to July 16, To be held in conjunction with
night and wasn't home at all." listed men, W. J. Davis, Sill, and ed into the curb, obtained a fire 1956. Necessary action is be. the big celebration honoring the
Mac Paxton, SH2. extinguisher from a tire repair ing initiated by all branchesof Naval Air Station on its 15th anniversary
Girl "If wishes came true, THE COMMENDATION readsas station and assisted my driver inputting the Armed Services to set- the event is scheduledfor
what would you wish for?" follows: out the fire tle aU' claims received after 2000. A cordial invitation is
I Sailor: "Gosh I'm afraid to tell "On Friday, September 15, at ''The"quick, intelligent and co- I. July 16, 1954 which were allowed extended to all Naval and Marine
you." about 1030, one of my employeeswas operative action of these_two because of the original Corps officers and.their, ladies to
Girl: "Go ahead, sap, why do driving a new 1955 Ford sailors certainly representativeof time limit expiration. attend this free reception.
you think I brought this wishing truck en route to deliver to a new the high standards set and Units are requested to tele
business up for." owner. At the intersection of maintained by the United States phone extension 236 not later
Beaver Street and Myrtle Avenue Navy.. I want, if possible, to WEEKEND TIDE than Oct. 13 and advise the number -
Mess Cook: "So you're com- the wiring in our truck have these men and others at the HIGH LOW expected to attend..
plaining of finding sand in your caught fire and flames broke out Naval Air Station know that the A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. e .
soup T"Boot underneath the truck unseen by public sees and appreciates such Fri. __ 12:14: 5:33: 6:28: "Is ''Ballpoint' really the name
: "Yes, there's lots \>f it." our driver. I actions." I Sat. __ 1:18: 6:40: 7:38: of your pig?" I
I Sun. __ 2:26 7:53 8.46' "No it'. his "
Mess Cook: "Listen, Mac, did r. : : just pen name.

you join the Navy to serve your :: __ ___ ___ _
Jax .
SymphonyReveals :
country or to complain ,; .O: l ivYr.
Boot: "To serve my country, .{.Sarea
fellow not to eat it." 55-56 '
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Voice from rear seat of taxi: Concert SlateThe
"I say, driver, what's the idea of
stopping?" Jacksonville Symphony
Driver: "I thought I heard Association has' announced its
someone tell me to." 1955-1956 Season program.

Rear seat: "Drive on, she Five pairs concerts on Mon-
/' wasn't talking to you." day and Tuesday evenings will
be presented in the George Washington -
Sailor: "What do you call frozen Auditorium. In addition to
I water?" the one All Orchestra concert, the h a Z
Chief: "Iced Water." other four will feature outstand s.
Sailor: "What do you call frozen ing guest artists. Opening the sea ,
ink?" son on October 31st and Novem-
.. Chief: "Iced ink." ber 1st will be Eileen Farrell,
\ Sailor: "You're telling me" soprano; followed by Joseph
0 Fuchs, violinist, on November '28 ;y
Young man "Sirrl want to and 29; the All Orchestra concerton
.. _.. ,
,. marry your daughter. January 23 ond 24; Andres, n .n "' m n' '
Father "Have you seen my guitarist, February 20 and 21; and JAX MEMBERS OF "AFRIKA CORP '-While training in Port Lyautey French Morocco,
wife yet?" Grant Johannesen, pianist, March members of Attack Squadron 175 detachment adopted the name "Afrika Corps" and donned a new
Young man "Yes sir, but I 12 and 13. type headgear the Moroccan fez Here they are shown in formation, fez and all, during a special
ceremony. VA-175 has returned to Jax with Carrier Air Group 17 after six months deployment
still prefer your daughter. The Season Ticket Sale openson overseas.VA175. .
< Monday, October 10 at Sym

,HOT AIR 1 phony Potter's Headquarters Home of Music located, 216 West in Unit Wears Tag of 'Afrika Corps'Officers

Beaver Street, Telephone ELgin
d7Lti 5-3471. Prices for the five con- and men of Attack and donned a new type headgear of the U. S. Navy Carrier-based
; certs are $12.50, $9.75, $7.25nd Squadron 175 Detachment Able, the Moroccan fez, to correspondto AD-6 Skyraider into that area.
475. A special rate of $4.00 is home based as part of Carrier the title. OFFICER-1N-CHARGE of the .
offered again this year for the Air Group 17 at NAS Jax, have PART OF TilE PILOTS train- Detachment, Lcdr. Phillip Hamb-
I use of students under 21 years of completed a five and one half ing consisted of flights into East- sch, stated that not only were
.' age.i months period of displaced duty ern European countries for the the extended flights valuable
at the Naval Air Facility, Port I purpose of familiarizing officers from an aviation standpoint, but
FRA Auxiliary 126 Lyautey, French Morocco, while' with the various navigational also gave the pilots an oppor-
the remainder of the Air Groupwas features and the airfields of the tunity to become familiar with
Slates Meeting: operating from the aircraft countries visited, which included the people, languages, and customs -
I The Fleet Reserves Association carrier' USS Coral Sea (CVA- Gibraltar, Portugal, Spain, Italy, of many European countriesnot
# : Ladies Auxiliary, Branch 126, 43)) in Mediterranean waters. France, Germany, and Denmark.The usually available to carrier--
I: w ie1Sr I will hold its monthly meeting While training with their AD-6 visit of the "Corps" to Co- based aviators.
October 13, at the Cumberland Skyraiders in the Port Lyauteyarea penhagen, Denmark, elicited an The VA-175 Detachment returned -
"Are you sure these files are up i Community Center, Cumberland the VA-175 Detachment article in the local newspaper to Jacksonville last Thurs
to date, sergeant?" : Road.' adopted the name "Afrika Corps", describing it as the first venture day with Carrier Air Group 17.Lllj I I



6 October 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page FivAutomotive


;t:-_ End Of Draft Seen

For Older Men

A change is being consider..
ed in draft regulations witH

j J the aim of getting: younger {r

I r men into uniform.

The proposed changes, designed

Library facilities are availableto I to be more "lenient"

all hands at NATTC Library, with older draft-age men, are

Building 503, and the Hospital LIbrary being circulated among inter.
Hospital Recreation Building ested agencies for review and

during the period when Main comment. Officials do not expect -

side Library is secured. any early action.
At present the practice is to
Official Encyclopedia of Rage draft from the. top down, tak-
ball The World Series is for
ing oldest men first in the
another year but we know the talk '
eligible 18V4-26 age group. 'j
goes on, making this as great an -
Indoor sport as an outdoor activity,
With the football in full
READY FOR OCCUPANCY Another new edifice has been season The
added to the growing list of buildings at NAS. This is the trans- swing you may also need All Up 1
portation division's new automotive, maintenance building locatedon Sports Record Book and Sports I
Enterprise Avenue. It will house repair shops and maintenancefor Encyclopedia, both covering de- LADDER
Maintenance heavy equipment, refueler shop and the dlspatrher' oUlte. tails which give added zest to post-

mortem statistics for any sports With Civilians

Unit Ready Oconomowoc Legion Band season. (Periodically the-Jax Air' News %
Best Sports Stories t This an- in cooperation with the Industiial

Transportation d i v i sion's nual collection grows increasingly Relations Department, win list various -
popular with men who like 'short promotion Naval ( "1
for Af!
new maintenance building, To Give Concert Oct. 12
r stories as well as sports. Station employees. This is the second -
:which will house repair shops 'DUe The Complete Book of of a scries.)

and maintenance gear for Personnel here are In for a rare treat next Wednesday Skin Fishing Excellent new material Winning promotions were nine

.heavy equipment rolling Oct. 12 when the Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Amer- for the growing number of from Overhaul and Repair, two
devotees to this sport.
stock, will be occupied withina ican Legion Band and its group of entertainers presenta from Fiscal, two from Supply, and
week, it has been revealed. free concert at King Hall. Principle of Personal Financefor four in the :Miscellaneous Group. '

v Scheduled to begin at 1930, the concert will include \ Service Personnel A year- Promoted- at O & R were Daniel I
Located on Enterprise Avenueon round consideration which may Johnstone, production specialist
music by the famous 50-piece Oconomowoc Legion
the shore line of the St. Johns have added point now with the (aircraft) GS-8, to supervisory
Band, plus solos by a host of top notch vocalists, and
river, the building, which to date an exhibition by clever baton twirlers Exchanges bringing out those reminders production specialist GS-9; JuliusA.
\ has cost $273,760, will have 5,400 of Christmas expendi- Stober, production specialist
square feet of working space on Sponsored by the Fred Pabst Foundation, the group tures! We recommend this volumefor (aircraft) GS-8, to supervisory

the main floor. It will house an will give only one performance to which all military per- serious study and constructive production specialist GS-9; Thomas -

automatic rcfueler, transportation sonnel are invited. thoughts. A. Darby, production process

dispatcher's office, and a battery Included in the group, directed by Rudolph Timmel, Marine Corps Wife! History of specialist (aircraft) GS-7, to plan-

shop. are Connie Howden, baton twirler; Norman Ilabeck, so- 'the Corps, traditions, customs and ner and estimator, 1st step; Ben;

The area also includes a mams prano; Rita Brandt, soprano; Eddie Zinda, whistler; sound advice on home manage- 'jamin J. DeLacy, Jr., statistical
moth parking lot where the Elmer Kuenzie, tenor and Harold Clemens, tenor. ment, living conditions around the clerk OSto supervisor clerk

heavy automotive equipment will world, bringing up children, etc. GS-5.

be parked. Good Conduct Medals Especially for Marines, this new Louise a. Davis, clerk-typist
volume is an excellent addition to GS-3, to clerk (typing) GSEo; .
Awarded To Two
such books as Navy Wife and the C. Cuendet, progressman 2nd step,
NAVY WIVES Two sailors at the Naval Air popular Welcome Aboard. to production process specialist

Technical Training Center were Rifle Squad and Platoon in Defense (aircraft) GS-P; Perry N. Med-

CORNERBeginning cited this week with Good Con- ;' Realistic Combat Training; lock, production' specialist (air-

duct Medals at Meritorious Mast and the Handbook of Self-Defense craft) GS-8, to production specialist -
Saturday, Oct. 8 a !1I In Picture and Text are other titles (aircraft) GS-9; Herschel
weekly class of instruction In ba- z zc by Capt. Henry C. DeLong, com- which have been recently'supplied( C. Chesley, production specialist

ton twirling will be held aboard ; manding officer.A for the interest of the Marine (aircraft) GS-8, to production
. NAS for children from the age c f specialist (aircraft) GS-9.
I bronze star in lieu of a third Corps.
of five years upward.. 7. t I award was presented to HowardE. Venture into Darkness, : A book Mortimer E. Swanson, 'produc
The classes are sponsored by tion specialist (aircraft) GS-8, to
Boohcr, AE1, an instructor in which has grown in popularitysince
the favy' Wives Club, Number Aviation* Electrician's Mate its publication in the Spring, supervisory cost accounting assistant .

86, and the instructor will be : I School, and a first award to Earl Is the tense story of betrayal and GS9.lromoted .
Mrs. June B. Lentz. Williams, DKSN, of the Disburs- escape in Communist China. at Fiscal Departmentwere
\. The art of twirling a baton as ing Office. Pearl B. Cherry, supervisory
; Flight from Natchez: Dr. Slaughter -
well as marching and struttingwill timekeeper GS-3, to time and leave
has a large group of readersin
be taught. Anyone wishingto supervisor GS-4; Nelle C. Kemp,
Sgt.: "How about a cigarette?" this area..In this recent novel,
register may contact Mrs. timekeeper GS-2; to time and leave
Pvt.: "I thought you had quit. the adventures of a young doctorare
clerk CS3.Promoted.
Lentz in the Chief's housing I "
smoking. woven around a little known
quarters 1018 Darin Street at Supply Departmentwere
Sgt.: "I'm just to the first stage. battle between Spanish Royalistsand
aboard this station. Connie Howden Baton Helen L. McClung, clerk.typist -
I've quit buying. British Loyalists.
twirler with Oconomowoctroupe. I
Classes will be held at BuildIng GS-2, to fiscal accountingclerk
612 (NAS Movie House) on .,:
Saturday mornings with youngsters A 65-year-old American today .; ows, card punch operator GS-2, to

-. between five and eighty has a life expectancy of 14.1 more ...<:. tabulating equipment operator
y .years of age attending from 0930 years, the Bureau of the Census .J GS-3.
to 1030 and the second class-for reports. One out of four Americans .Ji Promoted at Public Works De-

; nine 'years through teen-age at owns U. S. Savings Bonds, partment was Dorothy L. Welsh,
1045 to 1145. Proceeds will be which are particularly handy to i clerk-typist GS-3, to clerk typist

used for the Scholarship Fund. have when working. 'days are over. \ GS-4.
Miscellaneous promotions In-
HEAR THIS SHIPS OVER cluded Alonza J. Gay, laborer 3rd
: ... step, Public Works Department, to

helper upholsterer, 1st step, O & R
4 TIMES IN SAME UNITThere's Department; Willard L. Halcomb,

3 %1I: : /: 4y Ir8 Industrial engineer GS-11 Public
chief aviation machinist's -
a ing to the "attack" designation. Works Department, to supervisory
mate at Cecil Field who / !
Lindley first shipped over with Industrial engineer GS-12, O & RDept.
has had few change-of-duty sta- the squadron in 1946 when it .; :Mary H. Farrar, clerk-
tion worries in his 15 service
years was known as VF-20. By the time typist GS-2, Supply Dept., to clerk
with the Navy. he reenlisted again in 1948 the GS-3 OAR Dept., and George T.

He's Benjamin Lindley, AMC, unit had been redesignated VF. Daniel, guard, Security Dept GS-3,
who has recently reenlisted for 91. A third reenlistment followeda 4f to warehouseman 1st step, Supply)

his fourth hitch and for the fourth year later with the same group. Dent,

straight time with the same Then, after a tour of shore .

r'b squadron! duty with Fasron 2 for three
Rhymes of
.. Not only has Chief Lindley years, Lindley rejoined the squad theTimesIP

_.. .. ...... .. ...
been ,with the attack group for ron-known then as VF-34, its 1' V LOVE LIFE,

a good part of his 15 years in the present designation.He "FOUR-COUNT ''EM" When a man reenlists four timesit VOO'RENOTA USE SPEED WITH CAR .
service, but he has actually out- joined the Navy in 1940 and is not news, but when he reenlists four times In the same out- WITH cie rr TO CAT SPARS
lasted three changes in squadron went to Newport, R. L for recruit fit that's definitely news. Benjamin Llndley, AMC, of Fleet Air
designation. training. He served with Jax: Attack Squadron 34, raises four pinkies to denote his shipping
over story as Comdr. A. L. Detweiler, skipper of the squadron,
Originally the group was a CASU-2 and Fleet Air Wing 15 offers congratulations. Llndley. Is a veteran of 15 years naval
fighter squadron before chang prior, to duty with VF-20. service. APS



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AE, AK Schools Rule ., rw -,

I Roost In Center 1M Play 5 ':

With mid-season blocking and interference Aviation Ordnance-

man School dumped defending Station champion Special Services- _

First Lieutenant, 21-0, last week in a NATTCenter touch football ,

league game. They also squeezed out a 7-6 victory over an inspired 1

Airman Preparatory School squad.In .

other games, AK-A School receivers were covered. Lee converted
won over NavAlrWeaps, 8-0; AKA .
The line play of Jim
School over SS-lst Lt., 13-7; ,
and Joe Navartil
Millsaps was
AE-A School over Airman Preps,
27, 6; and AE-A School over Nav- outstanding for the Electros.

Air Weaps, 2113. Long runs by Curtis Holt and

Paul Moore scooted through Bob Hinkle brpught touchdownsto

right tackle for 25 yards and the AK school in its victory over

first touchdown' and then went SS-lst LT, Holt getting away for : -;; ;"';; -
through left guard for the conver- 30 yards and Hinkle for 35. A STONE WALL Dick Hukka (left) Naval Air Weapons System' School hits a stone .wall
pass from Norm Brewer to Jess I against Aviation Storekeeper School In the opening rune of the NATTCenter Intramural touch I
sion and the Gunnies led 7-0 at
football league. The Storekeepers won, 1-4 against the Missies.
the end of the halt Eklenfield made the conversion.

MEL YOUNG'S 47-YARD gallopon AFPS SPORTS Planning No. 2
a reverse around left end net

ted the second score, and then
Matt Kyrilich circled right end Runup Remains Atop

for the final T. D. on a 50-yard
By Armed Forces Press Service NAS-O&R
romp just before the game ended., LoopPlanning
Now that the baseball seasonis

The Ordnancemen were a over, wonder 11 Detroit's Backy No. 2 moved two full .
touchdown behind until the third Harris and Washington's Chuck games ahead of the NAS-O & R

quarter against Airman Preps as 'AM'84 P4L4 ; Dressen will co-author a. book' Bowling League this week as
result of Sid Swan's 72-yard R Y 44
a entitled "The Spoilers?" (It teams from Assembly and Plan-
gallop on the opening kickoff. In would no doubt be banned in ning No. 1 held onto their second

the third canto Moore hit right Heyers Cop Mixed Two-Ball Cleveland) The ArmyNavygame and third place positions respec-
tackle for eight yards and then
in Philadelphia Nov. 26 tively.

converted for the. winning point Links Tourney With Net 71A will be televised'in color by NBC The loop leaders gained a"ga'tneon

AVIATION ELECTRICIANS Handling the commentary for the rest of the pack last Fri-

staved off a late rally to defeat NBC's TV grid games this season day night with a ,3-0 win over

NavAirWeaps with Joe Walker, leading station links duo, I Mrs. Bill Stewart, 77%; Comdr. are Llndsey Nelson a public re- Emergency 'Repair. .

on a pass from Chuck Benas for Comdr. and Mrs. Frank Ire j'er, and :Mrs Howard Greer, 78; lations officer with the 9th Inf. Power Plant and Supply made

35 yards,. scoring the winning pooled golfing talents Sunday to Comdr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop, Div in WWII, and -Galloping the biggest gains of the week in

touchdown. Benas tallied on a win the first All-Station Two Ball 81%. Ghost" of' Illinois Harold "Ked" the standings, vacating their 11th

r quarterback sneak and converted Golf tourney, edging out a pairof Gr e. and 12th place spots for'sixth and

t for the first score and Bill Ste deadlocked recond teamsby Maj. Sammy Lee, two-time seventh respectively.;
vens added the second on a 16- Companies 37-38 Olympic diving champ attended Last Friday's results included:

yard end sweep with Bens converting one stroke. President E1st owu'a conference Supply Engineering 0; Planning

The two-ball event is considered Slate SmokerMarine on the physical fitness of No. 2, 3; Emergency Repair

Jerry Lee and Dick Hukka a warmup for the big All-Jackson American youth at the Little 0; Power Plants 3,' Machinist 0;

packed the dynamite for NavAir- ,villa Mixed Twty-B&n Golf tourney Companies 37 and 38 White House at Lowry; AFB, Electric: Shop 2, Production Planning -

Weaps with-Ilukka getting away I caning up later this month. of Airman Preparatory School Colo.. Sept. 07-2- :MAJ. Lee is I 1; Planning No. ,1, 2,Cowling

with a 40-yard run when his pass 'Th Heyrn took the event, will tangle next Thursday, October stationed at Ft. Carson Cola ._ ; I Shop 1; Metals, Division) 2, Masters -
wkfck> win to'fceM nwathly tothe 13 in an intercompanyboxing J.. D. Roberts and Jackie Ginr, I and Foremen 1; Metals No.

tatare, wttJi a anM HM'e.fn match in King Hall at the Oklahoma standouts in '53, are !Two 2, Ground Check 1; and Assembly -

Volleyball Play backed .p fry a. ll-.trokeh Naval Air Technical Training on the Quantico Va., grid squad I 2, Accessories 1.
Center. Sadowski f Highest individual of
*4kap for a net total ., 71. Catcher Ed 0 I averages
Boxers are now being lined up Camp Chaffee, Ark., a Boston the season belong to C. B. Adams
For 9 Close behind the winners
on a
Underway on the program which will fea- Red Sox farmhand was named I and E. Brock who are tied with
net basis the mixed teams of
ture at least nine bout -MVP" in the recent 4th Army [180 for 12 games. Following them .
Mainside ClubsVP3 Milton Hurst and :Mrs. Pete Gush- baseball tourney at Ft Sill Okla. are L 1{. Strickland, Sr. with a .
and Bill set
anas Lyons-Viola Flynn
Ft. Riley Kan-. defeated the score of 179, R. Askew with 176,
and VC-62 each rackedup who ended in a dead-heat with for the Center PisloleersTcf Mountaineers of :Ft Carson, &-a, and F. E. Byers averaging 175.
runnen-up position 7rs.
two opening-round victories to win the Fifth Army baseball STANDINGSTeam

to share the spotlight as the Lowscoringhonors for the tour.. Shoot l TuesdayThe crown Talk about softball pit- 1V L Pet
Mainside Volleyball League be- ney on a gross basis-without assigned chers and ;you have to include Planning No. 2 11 1 .917

gan play this past week.O handicaps-went to Lou six members of the NATT Fen Tines of Sampson AID, N. Assembly .,..'1PUiinlng 3 :s .750
'Brozo and Mr*. Jay Maze who Center No. 1 ft 4 .667
pistol team will hold
& R was right behind the I a Y., in your conversation. The ace
leaders with a single victory in I carded a two-ball total of 79. I II I team shoot next Tuesday on theN righthander won 29 games this Electric Shop .7 5 .583
I Other results of AS Cowling Shop .7 5 .583
its only outing.In Sunday's play range to determine positionson year-25 of them were shutouts.
I were: the squad. He pitched nine no-hitters and Power- Plants __ 7 5 .583
addition to its frontrunningteams
in football and golf, the Mrs Herman Gingrich and Hugo Shooters are Paul Madry PNC; three perfect games Ft. McPherson Supply C C .500
lost Pearson, 75; Ken Reed-Mrs. Arthur William Pace, CSC; Cpl. Stan Ga., favorites in the 3rd Production Planning C 6 .500
Patrol 3
Squadron crew no
time in annexing a share of first Bower, 75; Bill Scarbrough- Smith, vS/Sgt .John Welliver; Army baseball tourney, knocked Metals Division S 1 .500

place in the court loop as it down- Mrs A. B. Conner, 7$; Les Les- Wally Bowen AEC; and team off Ft Bragg, N. C., 7-1, for the Emergency Repair _. It.6 .500
chak-Teddy Jackson, 77; Lt. and captain Monte Thompson, AOC. title. Engineering _. S 'J .417
ed Fasron 109 15-2 and 15-9 and Accessories S 7' .417

Fasron 6 by scores of 15-10 and Metals No. 2 S 7 .417 '

15-11. Masters & Foremen 4 I .333
VC-62 took the first of its two I Latecomer VP-3 Takes Links Lead I Ground Check :S 9 .250

matches from FAW-11 by'a decisive Machinists _ 2 JO .167
15I3 count and then .
went on to down NARTU1 15-1 The return of 'VP-3 to the for NARTU while Administration Match results for the week

and 16H.o Mainside Intramural Golf League countered with point-winners in were: VC-62 4, Fasron 109 2; SCUTTLEBUTT
and their, subsequent vault into Lcdr. J. R. Johnson and Chief Supply 3, Fasron Six 3; NARTU
& R won out over FAETU
first place over NARTU over- Pete Gushanas. Andy Lcschak 3%, Administration 24; Hospital
15-6, 15-0, with the latter G-,
game shadowed all other links developments split with R. N. Thiel of Admin 4, Operations 2; and VP-3, 6, 'nu"
marking the week's only shutout. s
this week. in the sixth individual match of FAWTU 9. Monday matches were
Other results included: NARTUover
The Patrol Squadron team had the day. postponed because of rain.
Fasron Six, 11-15, 15-12 and
announced early in the season VC-62 knocked Fasron 109( Current standings, through
16-14. and Fasron 109 over FAW- .
that it would be unable to compete down a notch into fourth with a Tuesday, Oct 4 are:
11 15-5 and 1715.
in intramural golf play, but 4-2 point victory while Admin STANDINGSTeam .
STANDINGSTeam this week it was announced that slipped to fifth in the match with W L Pet

W L Pet VP-3 would play, and just to NARTU. These teams were run VP-3 6 0' 1.000

VP-3 ._,...._, 2 I 1.0M prove it the club took over first ning third and fourth until VP-3 NARTU 174 6 Si '.729
place with a 6-0 shutout over re-entered the league and took FAW-11 12 5 .667
VC-62 2 0 1.0M
FAWTU. over the.top position, thus drop Fasron 109 11 7 .611
o &z 1. 1.004 Last 'week's leader NARTU, ping them each one place lowerin Admin. 7 5533

.. NARTff 1 1 .50 still held a good grasp on second ; the standings. Hospital --:.... 64 54 .542
Faun 109 1 1 .500 place after the VP-3 FAWTU THE ONLY OTHER noticeable VC-62 13 11 .541

VW-4 0 0 .000 match by beating Administration .changes in the standings included Supply :- 8 10 .444 3 T.. .. ..lNrV.:l tr
3'.4.2} in their only outing of Hospital's rise from eighth to Operations 9 15 .375 .y
FAETU S 1 .004
the week. sixth and FAWTUs drop from ComFairJax 64 114 .381
FAW-11 0 2 .004 GEORGE FINE Al Knutsen I tenth into the last-place basement Fasron 6 7 17 .292 "She's married-b t her husband
gave me a couple of
Fwron < 0 2 .000 and Frank Brower all won points slot. FAWN 4q 134 .250 !*


6 October 1955 Page Seven

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TJAxSports Five-Way Tie

In Mainside

BriefsWith Bowling CircuitA

Bill Scarbrough AOC ,
11 five-way tie for first place
outstanding Jax Navy golfer, in rM developed In the National League

charge, the Special Services crew division of the Mainside! Intramural -
NAS is the Z
from golf
Bowling League last week
course in excellent shape Right S _
!: '
as Communications, N A It T U,
now the links compare favorablywith : Electronics, Medics and Personnel

any in this area despite the : 'i all swept opening-round matches

heavy rains of September. : by perfect "4,0" scores
i .
First-week results in the American
Ltjg( ) Barbara Taylor, assistantto League found the FAYV-11

the executive officer at NATT- p4 Golden Griffons all alone in the

Center, is the officer.In-charge : :k + top pot with a 4-0 mark but

of the Jax WAVE Crackerjax *S.. showed a bit better balance in the
basketball team during the absence lower ranks.

of Ltjg( ) Mary Andersen
who is attending school in San
team to take to hardwoodsmore

Diego. Tr than once was Operations

S S __m_....___.__....._ _.'_ V ,._''r''''._.._ ._""' .......... .. .."....". ._-_"'__'. which found the going rather
While Marines arc well knownas and ended In the basement
FINAL PLUNGE Even lifeguards should get wet once In a while, and that seems to be the up
a rugged,;: outfit, still too many very thought of the two men who have just tossed lifeguard Thomas Tennyson, SN, Into the drink I with an 0.8 point record.

bruises and cuts resulted from on the final day of the 1955 swimming season at Mainside. After leaving the arms of Charles Kemp, Over in the American loop Fas-

their enthusiastic performancesat SKSN (left) and Phillip Paul, AOAN, Tennyson appears relaxed as he heads for a quick shower ron 6 3.1 victories in both
pushball-that sport of legal. lie was the last one in and out of the pool for the season. up
_.. its matches with ComFairJax and
ized mayhem. Pushball has been NAMTD to share the
cut from; the organized sports of VP-3 Fasron 6 Share Intramural ;notch percentage-wise with the

Airman Preparatory School at VP-3 Huskies who won a 3.1 alley

NATTCenter and touch footballhas victory over their PatRon rivals,

been substituted. Sick bay is CalendarTor the VP-S Bombers
heaving a sigh of relief. Mainside Mural LeadA
Week of Oct. fi-12 The league-leading )<'A W.U
Golden Griffons of the AL also

One of ,our favorite keyhole wave of change swept over the Mainside Intramural MAINSIDE picked on squadron mates, beatingthe

peckers says there is a possibilitymind Football League standings this week with Fasron G pickingup Thursday, Oct. 6 Football: FAW-11 Griffons 4.0 for their

you- that a Special Services two victories to tie VP-3 for first place. Hospital vs. O&R (stadium) and ticket into the No. 1 spot
VC-62 vs. VW-4 (Mustin); Bowling -
bus may. be utilized and special The Service Squadron teamwasn't i NATIONAL LEAGUE
two T. D.'s for VCC2. J. H. Ram- : ComFairJax vs. FAW-11 cores
arrangements made the only club to make a
Griffons (alleys 1.2)) FAW-11 for the week were: Communications
bo, CompRon end, added the final ,
soon for University of Florida gain during the week VC-62
; 4 0 3
Operations ; Supply ,
and thorn in the Golden Griffons vs. VP-3 Huskies -
score was a
home football games. The planis moved from fifth into fourth anda
Pill Rollers 1 NARTU 4
medics' side most of the after- (3-4)) and VP-3 Bombers vs. ;
being tossed around. first division berth, Hospital ..
Services 0; Electronics 4, Hospital
t noon. NAMTD ((5-6))). .
jumped from seventh into a fifth 0; Medics 4, 0 & R 0; and Per
Game results for the week Friday, Oct. 7-Football: VP-3
Wherever there's basketball
place tie with NARTU and 0 & R sonnel 4, Operations 0.
there'll be the Gorsky twins. Al and Fasron 109 escaped the cellar were: FAW-11 20, Operations 0; vs. Personnel (stadium); Golf:

though Pat and Gerri won't be by leaping into ninth. Hospital 25, Personnel 12; Fasron NARTU vs. FAW-11 ((1530)) and American League results: Corn-
Fair Jax 3 VC-62 1 Fasron Six 3
with the Wave Crackerjax this It worked the other way for Six 18, 0 & R 14; NARTU 33, Hospital vs. FAWTU (1551)). ; ,
NAMTD 1; VP-3 Huskies 3, VP-3
season they are still working out Operations who skidded from Operations, 13; Fasron 109, 32, Monday, Oct. 10-Football: Op-
Bombers 1 FAW-11 Golden Griffons
daily with the squad in the gym fourth into eighth place with a Personnel C; Fasron Six 32, FAW- erations vs. Fasron 6 (stadium); 4, FAW-11; Griffons 0 and

nasium of Building 513 at NATT- pair of defeats during the week's 11, 18; and VC.62, 33, Hospital, 6. Golf: NARTU vs. FAWTU ((1530) ;
Fasron Six 3, ComFairJax 1.
Center prior to their transfer to action. Current standings throughTuesday" and Hospital. FAW-11 ((1551)); STANDINGS

I the Naval Training Center, San The big game of the week, and I (A.M)), Oct. 4: Bowling: Supply vs. Hospital (alleys National League

',' Diego, for duty.Speaking one which may have a strong STANDINGS 1.2)), Communications vs. Pill 1'ta..I"ts.
Rollers ((3.4)) and O&R vs. Per-
S t bearing on the future of the title Pis. Pts. Te sonnel ((5-6)). *
of basketball, Jack race, was a scoring battle between Team W L For Ar t. Communications 4. 0 1.0UO

Lucovsky, of NAS Supply depart. Fasron 6 and FAW-11 VP-3..3 0 54 12 Tuesday, Oct. 11 Football: N.\UTU 4 0 J.OOO ..

ment assistant coach of the Crac- which ended in a 32.18 victoryfor Fasron 6 3 0 65 .. 32FAW11 Fasion 109 vs./vs VW-4 (stadium Electronics 4 0 J.VOO

kerjax last year, is lining up with the Fasronites. 3 1 76 50 ); Bowling: VC-62 vs. Fasron Dulles! 4 0 .000

the Bailes-Sey girls team of the In their other win of the week VC-62 2 1 80 20 6 (alleys 1.2)), VW-4 vs. VP-3 'trlllonl1el 4 0 1.00:;

Jacksonville Women's League as Fasron 6 overcame a 14-8 halftime Hospital 2 2 37 63 Bombers ((3.4)) and FAW-11 Gol- Supply S 1 .7riO
coach. i den Griffons vs. ComFairJax (alleys )'1/1/ Rollers 1 3 .20:
deficit to down 0 & R 18.14 o & R ----.. 9 2 40 39 '
5-6). Special Seri ices 0 4 .000
In another free-scoring thriller., NARTU 2 2 90 59

It was the first time this season Operations 2 3 50 78. Wednesday, Oct. 12 -Football: Hospital 0.4 .000

Sports FroIIYesteryear that a team had won the game Fasron 109 1 3 47 77 VC-62 vs. NARTU (stadium) and o I It 0 4 .000

after trailing at the intermission. VW-4. -0 2 '0 22 O&R vs. VP-3; Golf: Fasron 109 Operations 0 8 .OOO
vs. Operations ((1530) and Sup. American I.reKtHl
John Drcnth was the star for Personnel 0 4 18 105
_-.- ... ply vs. Administration (1551)); rb. l"t.
Fasron 6, tallying the winning
Ten Years Ago Today Bowling: Special Services vs. Teams For Ast. Pd.FAW.ll .
The NAS football Fliers shot touchdown on a 40-yard pass play ComFairJax Football
Electronics (((1.2)), Supply vs, Goldtn
from Parker Gillam in the final
into the national limelight this NARTU ((3-4)) and Operations vs. Griffons 4 0 1.000
period after he had'faUen on a Oct. 10
week with a smashing 35-7 Tourney Opens Medics ((5-6)). Fa ron 0 B Z .750

victory over the Corpus Christi blocked punt in the end zone NAS Jax will be the site of the Volleyball Schedule of Oct. 10: VI'.S IluiJdes 3 1 ..760CumFalrJax
earlier to cut the 0 & R marginto
Navy Comets their third
ComFairJax area touch football
1412. FAETU vs. VC-62, Fasron 109 4 4. .600
straight win of the young sea- tourney beginning Monday, Oct. vs. Fasron 6, VW-4 vs. VP-3 and NAMTD 1 3 ..560VC12
ston. Scoring two of the locals' A short pass a long run 10, it was announced this week. O&R vs. NARTU. 1 S ..250Vr3liombers
had given the Repairmen their
five T.D.'s was Chuck Hunsinger in 1 S ..20VW4 ;
units the
All fleet area are
margin early' in the first half. VP-3 vs. FAETU, FAW-11 vs.
who later became a stand in the tour. 0 0 .000
from Hospital eligible to compete VW-4 NARTU Fasron 109
VC-62 pulled away vs. '
out backfield star with Florida AETU 0 0 ..tOOPAW.II
'ney with the winning team being
with three second half tal- Fasron 6 vs. O&R.
U. in the Griffons 0 4 .000
for competition
lies to win easily 33-6, after the eligible
The Station's all-Negro eleven AirLant tournament beginning .
the Tigers, also hit the win medics had cut the victors' leadto this month. Oct. 10 Football:

column for the second straight a single point, 7.6, in the first later NavAirWeaps vs. AN-P, AO vs. Center Bowlers

week with a 25-6 decision overa half. Only one entry, Fasron 9 of AK Special Services vs. AE; Volleyball .

group of Jacksonville All. John Haywood, who switched Cecil Field, had been received by : NavAirWeaps vs. A&-A, Face 110 Game

from halfback to the quarterback ComFairJax officials early this Special Services vs. AE-B.

Stars.Five position for the game, and full- week, but more were expectedby Winter( ScheduleA
Years Ago Today Tuesday, Oct. 11-Golf: AO vs.
Led by sharp-shooting Ken back John Wagoner each scored deadline time yesterday. AN-P, TraFac vs. Med-Dcntal, 110-game bowling schedule
Pendergras who smashed 99 AGO No. 1 'vs, Administration, ending December 15 makes up

out of 100 birds, Jax Navy's AE School Snares Six StraightAs Special Services vs. N a v Air I the Fall alley program of the

skeet team garnered first placein Weaps, AE vs. AGO No. 2, AGO NATTCenter intramural league

Class A competition, the No. 3 vs. Supply; Volleyball: AN. I which opened play this week on

runner-up spot in the Class B Center Volleyball Commences P vs. AK, NavAirWeaps vs. AE- the air-conditioned NATTCenttr:

team shoot and individual trophies B; Bowling: Disbursing vs. AO, alleys.

to share honors in the AN-P vs. Personnel, AN-P vs. Teams entered were Airman!
Aviation will be completed by October 19. "
first annual East Coast Service Defending AE, AK vs. AGO.Wednesday Preparatory School One and Two,
Electrician's Mate School Class B First round standings:
Skeet Championship tour- W L Oct. 12-FootballNavAirWeaps : Training Facilities, AGO School,
of the first
wound on top
at NAS Norfolk. up NavAirWeaps School, Disbursing,
ney of the NATTCenter volleyball AE-B School a 0 vs. AK, AN-P vs.
Aviation Electrician's Mates Aviation
play this week by defeating Afi AE-A School 5 1 AE and AO vs. Special Services; ,

Clerk: "Did you kill any moths School Class A on Tuesday for AN-P School J 3 Volleyball: .AE-A vs. AO and Storekeepers, Aviation I

with those moth balls you boughtthe their sixth straight victory. AE-A School_ Z 4 Special Services vs. AK. Ordnancemen, Personnel and

other dayt"Customer The second round of play bean NavAirWeaps Z 4 5* Special Services.
A lot Of self-made men should The teams bowl Tuesdays and
"No. I tried for five 1 5
: yesterday (Wednesday) and Spec. Serr. ;
hours and ,missed every time." deny it. Thursdays.


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r<< Pago Eight JAX AIR NEWS 6 October 1955'

Employees Armed Forces Big Plans -

(Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1)) -

r tal instructions.AGE sonnel from Jax Navy commands

Ready ForElections PRIORITIES will, in-gen will participate, with the parade

eral, follow the recommendations scheduled to start at 1100.

ti of the National, Advisory com- NINE 00-MEX UNITS; composed -
mittee on Poliomyelitis vaccine.
of chief petty officers, petty
Initial national allocations
are officers and
seamen from the Naval
being made to complete adminis-
Air Technical
Training Center, wilt
Employees of the Naval Air
tration of two doses in all child- be
Station will to the polls Thurs- Interspersed with bands and
go five through nine
ren yearsof floats. These will bet followed
day Oct. 13 to cast their votes for (children who have reached by
age nine other 90-men units from
four members of the Board of DI- their 5th birthday and have Marine Aviation Detachment. the

rectors of the Employees Associa- not reached their 10th birthday).
tion, to elect 42 members to the The Naval Air Station will be
ELIGIBLE dependents are
Station's 14 'Employees Councils s. represented by the Naval Emergency
those in the following categorieswho
and to select five members to the Ground Defense Force, composed -
are within age priority
Board of Directors of the Mutual of 60 per cent of Marine
groups as announced above or in
Benefit Death Society. Barracks personnel and 60 percent
later supplements: dependents of
Listed below are the names ofemployees 11 Navy Men attached to the
Air Force
Army, Navy or per-
Station. It is expected this unit
placed In nomination sonnel who sire otherwise entitledto

as candidates for election. Official ,,.,.. y medical care, regardless of location will be led by the Third 'Marine
ballots will contain, In addition to S-1 ; dependents of civilian em- Air Wing Drum and Bugle Corps
of candidates for from Miami. The Station also will
names ,
space .. ployees (normally) pro v ide d
provide floats decorated by the
write-In votes.Employees .
"THIS IS HOW IT''WORKS" So says Hugh DickerSon, care at Armed Forces MedicalOverhaul and Repair,
nominated for 0 & R (left) Overhaul and Repair employee, who explains his beneficial medical facilities; dependents of Supply and Operations departments
Employee's Councils are: Council suggestion to Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, (center) 0 ft R officer and American nationals employed in, -

No. Franklyn Dixon, Dorothy Dorck Rouse, BuAer maintenance specialist for helicopters. Dickerson assigned to, or traveling in over- and civilian employees.

Farady, Perry Gant, William Harris received a $300 cash award for his Idea a balance jig with seas areas who are employees of Space for about 20 window displays -
three knife-edge bearing surfaces to check the "span wise
Christine Hartwell, Iva Hopper moment" of helicopter rotor blades. the Department of State or other arranged by Jax Navy com-
John Leverence, and John Federal agencies. mands, have been made availableby

Will; Council No. 2-John Brown,. --... leading business establishmentsof

Robert Freeman, Wade Hicks, 25 Employees $927 the city.

James Lamb, James McCulley, &mmJm -
Mansfield James Moon and
Henry ,
' Robert Sheese. Use ofContinued
For Beneficial Ideas FOR RENT
Council No. 3-Willis Collins,
2 bdrm. furn. Mrs. Greek, 2245 ( from Page 1)
Don Lavario, Ernest Leslie, and
William Miner; Council No. 4- I Naval Air Station employees are still collecting plenty College. EV 7-4995. area by public relations men in

Andrew Beatty, Raymond Bourne, of "cash awards for their Beneficial Suggestions. 2 rm. furn. Mrs. Snow. 2660 news copy originating here, or

19 from Forbes. EV 7-3697. referring to it locally..
James Dollar, and Dewitt Jewell; Twenty-five employees,
air hammer for removal and replacement -
3 furn. Mrs.
Council No. 5-William Atwood, Overhaul and Repair Departmentand of '20 MM gun., rm. cottage, $35. The assistant also reportedthat

Frank Bowman, Donald Brooks, six from Public Works, are Bradley, 112-8-4061. besides approving the use
.. Others earning checks for their 3 rm. furn. apt. $40. Mrs. Bradley
Alexander Clifton, Frank Cline, the recipients of cash awards of the new term for Mayporthe
ideas included Clark of .
Sidney 11284061.
Wilbur Cooner, Carl Glarruso, William totaling $927 for suggestions was studying the entire mat-
Public Works, $80, for his "con- 28 ft. trailer $35. Mrs. Bradley
11111, Samuel Holcombe, MlloJlu&hea adopted locally in August and ter of name simplification, as
I tinuity tester for aircraft refueler 11284061. Iron Kettle Trailer.
Homer Knight, William September. requested by Bennett.
hose"; Nathan Baird, Public 2 rm. furn. apt. Mrs. Caldwell,
McMillan, Thomas Pence, Albert Hugh Dickerson, of 0 & R, .
Works, $65, for "vent adapters"; 2037 Herschel St. EV 74321.
Reeder, Lonnie Stevens, Clement garnered the largest check
W. C. Dennis and Oliver Brownof Two 2-rm. furn. apts. & unfurn. UniformContinued
Taylor, Ernest Watson, and Arthur amounting to $300 for his Balance -
Public Works, $35, for "a gar. apt. J. S. Wilkinson, 2531
Wylds.Council Jig. Former method of checking safety stand for transmission of Dellwood Ave. EV 7-3736. ( from Page 1)
No. Howard Futch
moment" of
'span-wise helicopterrotor
Vernon Masters, Dudley Norman, blades was a tester balance fork lifts"; Charles Anderson, 0 1 rm. furn. with kitchen priv., with on the station, but will

Joel Shemer Jack Smith Jesse & R, $25, for "door frame prop bus. lady. 3909 Oak St. Mrs. be worn off the station.
I jig with a counter weight. This
support"; James Wood. 0 & R I EV 91030.
Vance, and Hiram Van Houten; trial proved Inaccurate. Dicker- ; Scruggs, When service dress khaki is
$25 for "cannibilization of exhaust 3 furn. Mrs. Streadman 1112
Council No. 7 Ottls Beck Roland rm. worn the blouse may be dispensed -
devised with
light Jig
son a a
stacks" William Hope 0 & E. EL 45676.
Couey, Harold Davis, Harold Field three surfaces ; I Ashley. with until 1900 daily.
knife-edge bearing
R $25 for "modifying carburetor 1 bdrm. furn. Mrs.
$65. Aviation
Ing, William Hutchlngs, and John each scale. gar. apt., working greens may
resting on separate
Pit ts. heat_ and mixture controls", Darling, 4327 Hiawatha St. EV be worn when prescribed.
TWO 0 & R employees, Robert 98915. For enlisted other than
Win I n e and Herschel Chesley 2 bdrm. $65. 4459 Collins. 112-8- CPO's the uniform-of-the
Those nominated to Employees' $25, for his "scale chart"; Joseph day
Councils, Public Works depart- i shared a $120 award for their O'Connel, 0 & R, $20, for "rcvi-I 4551. will be undress white able or

ment Include: Transportation cancles on the Board of Directors, ion of NavJax-1467"; FrederickVile 2 rms. furn. $50; 852 St Clair baker, or undress blue baker.

Osborne Aspinwall, Elmer Atta I employees' Association are: Over- OB, $20, for "improve- EV 83992. The uniform of the day for

way, ? Paul Green, Jr., Mathew haul and Repair-Robert Boyer, ment on jig for fuel control";'I 2 rm. apt. Ethel Neil, 2967 Selma women officers and enlisted

Grundig, Clyde Hepline, and Bryan Cornwall, Willie Dobbs, Fred' Pedrick and James Neel, 0 St. 9-6480. women will be working grayor .

Thomas Young. James Fleming, Raymond Fer- & R, $25 for securing seal in 3 rm. gar. apt. Mrs. C. M. Dono- service dress blue baker.

Group IVb-John Eckels, Hope reira, Raymond Mortimer, Jr., plate: ; Donald Smith, 0 & R $25,
hoc, 1648 Seminole Bd. EV 9-
Mills-Price, Elmer Osteen, Otis Murray Olson, and Thomas Rob- for temporarily fastening of fab- M

Owens, Thomas Silas Sr.,"and Dor- erts, Sr.Public. ric strips";; James Blake, 0 & R, 5519.

othy Welsh; MaintenanceMonroe Works-Thomas Cowan, $25, for "safety yoke for tail hookon 3 rm. furn. Mrs. L. Richardson,

Driver, Clifton Nunnery, Walker Crevasse, Betty Herring- S2F"; Neil Drake, 0 & R, $20 2811 Iroquois Ave. EV 8-6037

George Robinson, William Thompson ton, Shirley Piper, Rosalie Potts, for "safety spray nozzle"; Her-
3 rm. turn. EV 72700. $50.
Jr., and Robert Tillman. Jeannette, Reilly, Thomas Silas, schel Chesley and Louis Royal,
Utilities;-Lesley Bennett, Luther Sr., Dorothy Welsh, and Sammie O & R, $22.50, for "portable work 1 furn. rm. 2215 River Blvd.. EV

Best, Alphonso Coleman, Edward Whit Ungton. stand";: 98209.

Crews William Duckworth, .. s .-. Leroy Strickland, 0 & R, .$15, 2 rm. furn. 4620 Birkenhead Rd.

Grover Highsmlth, Jr., Louis Kin. Supply Department Georgia for "puller, wire through spa for Navy couple or 2 working

ard, Christopher Lambright, John Barthelmess, Henry Behrens, Rich- ghetti"; William Dennis and Jo- girls. ,

nle Leavins, Willie McCoy, Raymond ard Bell, Jane Burns, William seph Bridges,. Public Works, $25, 3 rm. furn. EV 81760.

Perry, Edward Roberta, Gsr Fudge, Robert Harvey, Macy Lotz, for "instrument panel cover"; 3 rm furn. Mrs. Manning. EV 9-

ald Robertson, David Sarjeant, Leo Kenneth McDuffie and Henry Roland Couey, 0'& R, $15, for a<,v 8044. $58.

Shepherd, Horace Shipp, and Wil Young. "long distance level reader"; FOR SALE

11am'Thomas. Miscellaneous George Barker, Robert Thorn, 0 & B, '$15, for 3 bdrm house, 4542 Blount Ave.'

Nominations to Employees Marie Dieckhaus, George Green, 'controller." Lcdr. Arnold, Ext. 622 or 203.

. Councils, Supply department, are: Arthur Grubbs, William Harden, 4.0 1951 Boles Aero 16-ft. trailer.

; Group IVb-Georgia Barthelmess, Jr., Wendell Patrick, Woodley "Hey, where is that chicken I $1,050. Lot 65, Azalea Court.

James Burns, Lillian Harper, and Pierce, Gordon Vail, Sidney Wilds, ; ordered an hour ago?" 3 bdrm. house, 5173 Admiral Ter

:' Wanda Masselglll; Group II and Evelyn Winney, Robert Wolff, and "It'll be along soon. The cook race. Mrs. C. Johnson, EV 7-

III-Richard Bell, Frank Binder, Mary Woolen. hasn't killed it yet, sir, but he's i 5425.
Eustace Carter, Robert Harvey, Candidates for Board of Trustees getting in some nasty blows' 3 bdrm. CBS, Robert Thomson,

and Henry Young. of the Mutual Death Society 5105 Banshee Ave. EV 72489.
Answer to 3 Punle) t 4
c S Included: 0 & -Bryan Cornwall, .( Page 1953 House trailer 5558 110 B St.

Other departments have nominated !- Harry Daubert, Albert Diehl, AIwSr toiPUnleMN Ext. 8230, Chief Lowe.MISCELLANEOUS.'

the following for the Miscellaneous Charles Hapt, Charles Head, Ray- o I .
Employees Council-Mar- mond Mortimer, Murray Olson, EDU '411 y Ride wanted from Jax Beach to

garet Boatwright, Quentin Can Thomas Roberts; Supply-Patrick 'IT 'Er to NAS Arrive NAS 0800,

trill, Billy Downing, George Grim Chambers, Ed Forrest, Robert PEACn OF A PUMPKIN depart NAS 1630. S/Sgt. Williams -

mette, Sr., Arthur Grubbs!, Robert Harvey; Public Works- Ronald I T 6D The nifty number above getting Ph. 370, after 1800, 112-
into the Hallowe'en spirit Is a
> Hall, Sr., William Harden, Jr., Butcher, Frances Cherry, Thomas N L I i newcomer to Hollywood, Bar- 52496.

Elizabeth Hoag, William Kincald, Cowan, Ed Crews, Frank McKinley 0H A RE bara Nichols. Barbara, a gal WANTED _

Gordon Vail, Lillian Weathers, Rosalie Potts, Robert Robbins, with an engaging personalityand Unfurn. 3 bdrm. 2 bath home

Robert Wolff, and Dorothy Yor- Laurie Rosenburg; Miscellaneous- T other obvious attributes, is for rent for officer being assigned -
making her screen ,debut In
Herman Davis, William Harden, to Jax. Call Comdr.
dan.Candidates Tj'N L P Warner Bros. "Miracle in the
nominated to fill vat Riemka Raker, Sidney Wild I Rain". Johnson, Orange Park, 8.2152.F .