Jax air news
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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: November 3, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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II 'Dew Jug9 Award To VF-43 For Gunnery' ];


With the marksmanship of CNO project when NA News during the period of competition. t

?a.>% Sgt. York coupled with hard announced the honor. ,
IP" work by ground crewmen and AN AVERAGE of 26.7 hits, Ltjg) H. N. Wellman was I
ordnancemen, Fighter Squadron high among all scores submitted highest Of all squadron pilots
43 has garnered the Naval was attained by 20 VF-43 with 81 hits at 25,000 feet, an
Aviation News "Dew pilots firing 150 rounds each average of 60 percent.
Jug" award for air-to-air fix during competitive exercises in FOUR PILOTS, in addition )
ed gunnery at 25,000 feet. June. Flying F9F-8 Cougars, to Wellman, scored sufficienthits
>A S Presentation of the annual pilots punctured their targets' to win individual Efficiency -
,. award was made last week at sleeves at N A A S Mayport "E's" awarded by Air Force,
2 NAS Atlantic. City, N. J., to where less air traffic c is in Atlantic Fleet headquarters.They JI
VF-43's skipper, Comdr. T. N. volved. were Ltjg's( ) D. J. Som- ,
Coppege Jr. The squadron was Comdr. J. R. Dierker commanded mer, W. J. Berner, R. C. Ber-
in Atlantic City on a six weeks the winning squadron (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 4)I I

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I VOL 13 No. 32 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 3:) November 1955 I

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"LIFTMASTER" UNDERWAY-Readying the removal of the Extra meal money will be paid >
propeller, prior to removal and overhaul of the engine on an R6D,
are NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair employees James Johnstonleft beginning Nov. 1 to men drawing
( ), and L. !I. Tisbn, aviation mechanics. Jax OAR has been commuted rations whose Jobs require -
handed the top priority project of building up and overhaulingof
all engines on all Navy R6Ds on the East Coast. The project them to eat in outside res-
has been labeled "Operation Liftmaster." taurants.

Navy's R6Ds Involved The Defense Order, Instruction

1338.2 specifics that 'it is effec-

.0 & R Gets T Priority tive world-wide. Service intruc- p
.p- tions to back up the Defense order

may be more specific about a AV'

Operation Liftmaster'Naval who can get the meal money. k \

Defense prorates the commuted

Air Station Jacksonville's Overhaul and Repair ration of $1.05 at 35 cents a meal
I Department, noted for its service to the fleet, has been hand The $2.57 daily allowance payable :
ed another top-priority project called "Operation Liftmaster." where meals are not furnishedby $36,000 CHECK TO CHARITY-Capt William S. Harris, commanding
Jax O&R has been selected the government breaks down officer of the Naval Air Station, presents Ira Koger,
ductive phase of the project is
chairman of the Jacksonvllle-Duval County Chest-
I I Community
to remove, build uP"/reinstall, and under direct supervision of Bill to 57 cents for breakfast, $1 each United Fund drive, with a $36,000 cheek. The ,check is a down
in general, overhaul all engines I Catrette, chief quarterman; Char for the other two meals.. payment on a $55,000 pledge made b,. Navy"Jacksonville to the
on all Navy R6Ds on the East I les Hardy, leadingman, and who has to buy break. 1956 campaign. The check is part of the proceeds collected in the
Coast. An R6D is similar to a: DC-I A man annual Consolidated Charity Drive'held here last Spring in which
6 commercial transport. George Home, quarterman."The fast away from home, gets in addition military and civilian personnel participated.
work assignments as established to his $1.05 the difference --
Involving a total of 24 aircraft, by BuAer Maintenance between 57 cents and 35 cents or Advent, Of New Era .
with a deadline date of December Representative, Eastern District, i 22 cents. The man who has to '
8, the project is of such a natureto are being met and exceeded and buy dinner, gets in addition to !
necessitate two shifts per day, all hands are doing a fine job," the $1.05 the difference between Heavy Attack Squadron 1
week the
seven days per until declared Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, $1 and 35 cents, or 65 cents. I
project is completed. Overhaul and Repair Officer.
TilE PLANES ARE being flownin 4 i Defense wants every case con- I
sidered individually and justifiedand Placed In Commission
from VR-1 at NAS Patuxent
River, Md., VR-8 at McGuire VF-172 RedesignatedAs declares "not proper" the approval y yA I II

AFB, N. Y., and VR-22 based at Attack Unit for a group of personnel I new era in Naval let aviation took shape Tuesday, i
NAS Norfolk. New and overhaul. solely on the basis of employ when Heavy Attack Squadron One, (VAII-1)) was commis. s
ed engines are procured from Fighter Squdaron 172 was offi ment in a particular. activity. I sioned at NAS Jacksonville, the first of its class to be formed \ -'
NAS North Island, Calif and are cially redesignated Tuesday as here. )
also provided from the productionlines Attack Squadron 172. MOB Payments Due The newly established unit,
The squadron is commandedby Mutual Death Benefit Society class and it is capable of flyingat
of 0 & R here. which replaces Patrol Squadron ,
Engine build-up shop 5321, a Comdr. Robert M. McConnel members are reminded that as- 3, will fly the 70,000-lb. Douglas- about 40,000 feet. '
part of assembly division under and is a unit of Carrier Air Group sessments No. 51 and 52 are due built A3D Skywarrior, the largest Able to fly from carriers or ad.
Jerome Porwell, master mechanic, I 17. and payable by November 14. I' and most powerful jet bomber vanced land bases and refuelingaloft

plus other supporting shops, is a "o$<"" ""'''''''''''' ... .. "' ""................. .. ...,........_ '_." *"'.,........'......"W .,.""" yet produced. Capable of carry- pilots of the A3D can strike
> ; q'' : : A-bomb quickly and deeply into the heartof
real beehive of activity since the .t:7 : : :: > ing an the giant attack
continent. Carrying a crew
"turn to" signal has been sounded. ; r't' bomber has range sufficient to any "
of three-pilot, co-pilot and navigator Ii
span the U. S. and return. Four
HERE IS TilE procedure, in a
I other squadrons at NAAS San- -this hard-hitting additionto
nutshell, of what takes place I/ <. t ford also commissioned the nation's air attack forcescan
reworking A are being -
when the planes
:.. the muni
,. !., as attack units. carry largest type ;
of engines. First, the pro- tions utilized by the Navy's air \
peller is pulled off as a complete Although delivery of the A3DIs arm.
assembly. All cowling is removedand L. not expected until early next EXTRAORDINARY take offs
then the engine, with all its >. year, Comdr. Paul F. Stevens Jr., can be accomplished at full gross
off in in command of VAH-1, told nearly
accessories, is taken one weight through the use of 12 jet-
200 enlisted men and a numberof
assisted take-off (JATO) bottles
officers formerly of VP-3 who
The complete detached engineis which are mounted on both sides
placed on an ".L" stand next to will serve with the new unit that i of the fuselage of the rear fuel
4P while their mission had
a new engine. Accessories are f'7/4 i tank. This total, JATO plus engine
then taken from the old engine S vr from patrol to heavy attack, the thrust is sufficient to allowa
and placed in the new and built '" purpose of maintaining a high carrier take-off to be made
up where necessary. On1 comple- state of battle readiness was the without use of any catapult. !..-
tion of this build up, the completed 9! same. The commissioning ceremony

unit is placed on the aircraft. EQUIPPED WITH twin-jet en- (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)
Controls are re-rigged, propeller gines, the A3D has a folding vertical -
reinstalled, and the plane is turn- tail and folding outer wing WEATHER OUTLOOK
ed over to the plane crew for panels in addition to normal catapulting Friday Partly cloudy with
check. WAVE PIIOTOGS RATED:" Two Waves at NATTCenter and arrested landinggear showers; cooler.
COORDINATOR for the projectis proudly show off their petty officer rating badges while Comdr. all specifically designed for and
Saturday Cloudy
Robert Woodside, training facilities officer, "shoots their picture."
Henry Breitmoser, supervisory Left Is Beth Beach, with Bertha Gray, both PH3's, attached to carrier qualifications. Its performance cool. I
planner and estimator. The pro training facilities. falls into the 600.700 mph Sunday Cool and clearing. I



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PubUtiUA every Thursday:' tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air It:African IuO IJ N .,--
Station. Jacksonville. Fla. .
NAS. Jaeluonllle antth.'N' l77 20 :
Capt. William S. Harris ..??,...-1t.1LJ.. ,.,... ._.. ?_____ -Commanding Ofn<*r 13- .n< ,.*. "0 : 'rfiiTrulonl t'//- .... _
John N. Mycra _.......... ,.. Executive Officer I "I|*+rl.rlle. JI 'l h 12 -.. ./ II: The Navy Exchange warehouse
JatkioaflU 'l/J
charasterIThne .
Rear Adm. Delbert S. tbrnwrUAlr Commander .tueJ. M ,/ H.000ltnl is working'overtime, The holiday
Capt. lUchard U CretM Chief of Stall 22 r/ ,//

8. Youngfiett Air VTlag Elena l-Chltf. .. TUtlSicilian'.) // JI. if/ isttForrye IH gift; merchandise is coming !jn '
Capt Edwin J. CommanderComdr. K \ .s ""l'Y'h fast! A few
Frank D. Utyer Chief Staff Officer v// / '' recent arrivals are as
Naval Air Technical Traialaf Center Z r //. N2 V follows:
Officer "colt."" :
Capt. Henry C. DeLonr Commanding
Comdr. Kdward: W. Ulth Executive Officer 21-:XcKMtlvrt 'HI 'l'I' .
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Kaval' % -llUd m>lk' lUiplUI
2:1-1"1",111: | ,
CaPt. Benjamin N. AM Commanding Officer U-fatW .. J' 'l/I'I'I y 1'1' ments electric
Capt. I. A. Newton __ .,," ._ ._..__ ,._,._..__ Executive Officer "omAn' 'l/ trains, phonographs -

Capt. Wllaon R. Bartlett _. NAKTU Commanding Officer ; t cb IU' '11 i'I' off flIItlpanl guns and rifles, tea sets,
Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenhagen Executive Officer 1t wonder-mare
rlhU ") T and 100 small plas,
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The JAR AIR NEWS ta published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. -Kxltud':= a tic toys in footlOcker
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat .= Ssafr.ltleer u 11.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVDCOS l'-35. Rev. 4 KxlfU: Housewares -
Nov. 19-1 Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air ftaUonthe laFrance r" Lamps steak
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the wrnwe""w' knives, carving sets
JT-Ubwur and flatware .
U. S. Naval Hospital. iI'cor.c1mnr. 11-01""work a-intrlleel
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Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions ItomtitlCltl 1-leeawrrd <>nt irr Unt Snelse64yens
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boxed candy, :Christmas cards
YOU IN. THE NAVY? and gift wrappings.

article (Answer on Pare 8, Col. 2) --...
(The following written by a Nary man stationed at
Can Now
NATS Glenview, ]II., has come across the desk of the editor. Predict

The author, who wishes to remain anonymous, brings out his Life Of BatteryA

point well). .IIdPl YA'KlldW/ new instrument which can

Hi Shipmates: j mand obedience and haven't .1] WttERS'iO THe predict 'the life of a dry-cell bat.
How about getting yourself a come out with a snappy "Aye ., QUeSTIONS S JWC M6NANOTHER tery has been developed by the

cup of coffee or what have you Aye, Sir" or salute to an officer MILleS ASK THE VETERANS Signal Corps.
and taking a couple of minutesoff Further #PMtI4ISTRAT EVERY BW... C,
in months. they are The new instrument is so cali
to do a little reflective think
probably the'biggest complainersof brated that the current of
(If Armed Forces Press Soviet) output
ing? I don't profess to be a writer
the outfit. Q-I am taking a four-year law turned to active duty within a brand new battery reads 100
with a gift of putting things
You say; "The Navy doesn't pay course at night under the Korea 120 days after discharge, VA percent. For older batteries a per.
I fanatic
across, nor am a Navy Regs -
; in fact, I feel a little sheepish enough to keep good men in." 31 Bill. It's at an accredited will continue to waive your centage reading is obtained which

because I'm But I for one, find myself wonderIng school. Will this be considered premiums during your new period represents the remaining life of
right now just a
if that's the real reason. ulltime or part-time training? of service. the battery.
guy like yourself who all too often
Equally proportionate tot h e A-It will be measured as not
loses sight of the customs
money (which we all love), the more than three-quarters time t ..
and traditions set down for us by
our forerunners. reason most men stick to a job is training. It may not be consid-

Pride-Yes, pride in himself his ered as full-time training.
What I'm trying to say is, I feel Job and the organization he Q-As the widow of a WWI

it's about time someone in the works for, as well as the respectof veteran, I am receiving a VA W
lower echelon got the ball rolling
his juniors and the recognitionof pension I also am receiving fed-

and jolted some of us back to his seniors. You say, what canI eral old age and survivor's insur

reality with one simple question: do about it, I'm only a lowly ance based on my husband's former

Are you in the Navy? enlisted man and the officers are employment. Are the latter e r

A SILLY QUESTION Possi the ones with the job of crackingthe payments considered income, for t ,.' _

blyl 1 But stop and consider it fora whip, setting the examples, VA pension purposes? .

moment. Maybe it's not so silly. etc.? Thats where you're wrong. A-Yes. The payments must 4 FA ; c crr __t

Are you in the Navy? Are you It's everyone's job! be considered as Income in e

proud of your organization, of its STOP AND THINK a moment. computing your total yearly

r customs, traditions and courtesies, The new seaman fresh out of Income for VA pension pur-

of your uniform, your personal boot school has more pride in his poses. ; ; ;, b.

bearing and of the people you uniform, personal bearing and is Q-During my active service,

work with and the job you're do- more conscious of naval courte- premiums on my GI term insur- .. 1

ing? If so read no further. sies than many of us. Yet he'll ance policy were under waiver. I 4 >,' f om

For the rest of us, let's go into fall into the same rut that manyof recently was discharged, and I # I. .
'a _
detail. Take this TAR Program, us are in unless we do some- decided to re-enlist within 120 _ _

the one we all know best. In the thing about it. days of my discharge date. Will .. r

entire Navy, I don't believe Observing common everyday my premiums remain under wai- -- -'-' ."-". -

there's a harder working bunchof courtesy is not a job, with the ver during my new period of mil PIPED OVER THE SIDE -
Mates completinr -
men. But, are you really in the itary service. PipeShannonOver Ledr. Andrew Shannon,
right mind set, it's a pleasure anda than a quarter of
Navy? How does your own per- satisfaction for one's self. Being A-Yes. So long as you re- a century more of naval service, Is

sonal appearance and conduct a PO is not only telling some- supposed to be in the Navy! And piped over the side at NATT
rate to start with? Are you proudof Center by Russell Morris, chief
to do
one something. More than
it? remember, no one is a born leader boatswain's mate, between
that, you are the.leader and consequently ; they all start at the bottom. The SideSpecial flanking rows of warrant offi
Let's start with the
uniform you must set the ex- Being a leader is a job just as cars Handing off a farewell

you're now wearing. When was ample as welL You can't expect hard as a any you can find. You ceremony of being "piped salute Is Capt. Henry C. De-

the last time you polished your your men to respect and look to must study it and work at it 24 over the side" Monday markedthe lAne (left rear Training), commanding Center
officer of the
shoes-last inspection? Is
your you for guidance when you your- hours a day, 7 days a week. end of the Navy career of i
uniform clean, pressed and in i self are unmindful of your appearance NO THE WAY TO BEAT it is
Lcdr. Andrew
of Adm. Akers
good condition? Is your skivvie ,
conduct leader.
as a not to start throwing all the bumson ,
shirt or white hat dirty or fray- Center who was retired after
A i
man who has pride in him- report that won't produce
ed? Do you need a haircut? Ifyou're self, his uniform, his division, and anything but bitterness. Just more than a quarter of centuryof CNATRA,

sitting in the snack bar the Navy will not be too service.
concerned practice these things yourself -
right now, or the next time you about the Visits HereRear
money come ship- whether be
you a seaman, or
make a tour of the area, take a who began his
ping over time plus the fact that chief, set the example-and you'll new
Naval life Frank
look around you. How many dun- as an enlisted man in Admiral
the Navy still offers the eager soon have others following suit 1929 plans to make Chief of Naval Air Technical
garees do you see that look as beaver his home in
excellent advancement When it gets down to few final in
Florida with his Training with headquarters
though they haven't been washedin wife and two
possibilities. So, to keep the good< non-conformists then to
you can get visit
a month, or for that matter, men in the Navy and children John, 15 years old, Memphis, paid a surprise
keep tough and make it
your miserable
whites khakis so and Jeannine 9. The the Naval Air Technical Training
or or uniforms that family homeis
own spirits and pride high for him that he'll
you have to get in .
at 4637 afternoon.It
look Riverdale Center
so: thread-barren that Road. yesterday
.- you must practice what you preach line, for no one wants the whole brat visit of the Herr
find yourself wondering how they and if you're not preaching yet, crew riding him. Then we'll wakeup The retiring Naval Officer ser- was the relievedRear

keep from falling apart? you'd sure better get started. The some morning with the real- ved three tours of duty in Florida Admiral, who Wendell recently G. Switzer ait

WORKING IN AIRCRAFT is a Navy is a great place, so let's get ization that we again have, a during the past 25 years, includ Adm. the Training Center
'" poor excuse and you, can sure tell the.Navy back in the Navy.I man's Navy, a qualified, happy,: ing NAS Pensacola, NAS Deland to

the difference between the accumulation know it's almost inconceivable snappy and capable bunch of men NATTCenter at Jacksonville. in his new position. Capt. HenryC.

... of a day's dirt and a but if we all work at these who are a credit to themselves as During World War lithe form He was greeted commanding by officer oi
.month's. Look again and you'll items alone, the recnistment rate well as their country. enlisted
man was commissioneda the Center.
recognize many of these men as would jump appreciably, makingall The leaders set the examples Warrant Officer while aboard Twenty officers and two enlist

being career men, petty officers our jobs a lot easier. We maybe : and we are the leaders, each and the carrier USS Wasp in the pacific ed men made up "We' inspection
,.- and supposedly leaders of men. up a creek but we hell one of
sure as every us-So, I repeat: He served at the Training party. The planned to depart
<:; Odds are with you too, that these are not without paddles. Take the Are you in the Navy? Center as first lieutenant and security Jacksonville group late Wednes

men are the men'who must de bull by the horns dammit you're Grandpa Maru. officer. day.U .

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FAW-1J, Fasron 109, VW-4, VA-175 Report T ., Korea Feature Of 1\

s, Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Next Program

A visit to Korea to see how

. peace-time Navy training pays
: FAW-ll ....:.!"","t:"...........,. .. off, will feature the "This Is
Manysmiles and much hand- Top news this week is the Your Navy" program over

shaking were seen among the newly acquired rates for 22 of WJHP next Monday at 1930.
personnel of Fleet Air Wing last Station Waves. Results came in The Nov. 7 show will be the

week. Advancement in rates and last week and it was learned that second program of the local 13 )I

promotion was the occasion. 22 of the Waves going up for first, week scrics.'Special.
Receiving the lion's share of second and third class rates passed

advancements was the communications the exams and will be ratedon

office, headed by Lcdr. F. the 16th of this month. Reading
E. Gahagen. They were J. D. Newly advanced petty officers

Robinson from teleman third to are Julie Chernick, DTI; Erma Classes Open
teleman second; E. F. Price from Yost, RM2; Blanche Ziemski, SK2;
radioman second to radiomanfirst Vivian Byrnes, AC3; Alice New-
; and C. E. Halliwell to radioman ." ..1.. begin, AC3; Clara Osburn, AC3; To PersonnelNaval

third class.: 'I : : Marian Payne, AC3; Gloria Twy- personnel stationed at

A. J. Mason, AD2, was advanced : : man, AG3; Mary Jane Collins, NAS Jax are invited to join the
to aviation machinist : 0':: AT3; Jane Bentley, DK3; Dusty new classes in speed reading now
mate first; C. E. Baxley to per I ; ,,: <" : Baker, ET3; Elaine Carlson, ET3; Duval
f. being organized through
.' \ '' '' f" ::
sonnelman third D. C Kcssick : Nora Minnick PH3 Deno
; \ ..> ( *., .< ; Betty County Adult Education program.
to boatswain's mate third; B. N.I \, 'Jt, PN3; Pat Spradlin, PN3; Mary Classes are held Monday and

Coins to yeoman third; and C. J, .- ii : Connelly, RM3; Julia Zimmerman Wednesday evenings at Central
R. Dalstrom to aerographer'smate .1 : RM3; Mary Host, SK3; Shir- Grammar School, East Church
third class. ley Hanson, SK3; Mary Brown and Liberty Streets.

Ltjg( ) M. L Smith, Navy career GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS-Comdr. W. L. Nyburf, skipper TE3; Ann Lapietra, TE3 and, Sara Don Gustine, formerly at NAT-
appraisal team officer, received of VA-175, pins a Good Conduct Medal on Eldridge McKinney, Marrs, YN3. TC and present instructor of remedial
his promotion to lieutenant A03, one of seven mm to receive the award during squadron .
change of command ceremonies last the reading at the Jackson-
Friday. Following presentation Do you have a younger sister
last week. In addition to his
ville School of will
Comdr. Nyburff relinquished the post of commanding Techonology,
always asking questions about the
NAVCAT office Lt. Smith also officer to Comdr. Edward Gallagher teach the course.
has the collateral duty as public i .. Waves? It is sometimes pretty "With the stepped-up amountof
information officer in the Wing : week. Final score, Fasron 109, 19; hard to give the correct answers
both officers
reading required
and is a qualified PPG of the' NARTU, 12. WHO AM? and details. Waves,your troubles and to by with
men keep
Four checked into up
PBM seaplane. men the have been solved. A new pamphlet -
New squadron this week: W. J. Ham- I am more powerful than the "Career for Women in the new materials and techniques,
arrivals to the roster of
.FAW-ll are Bob Komusinn, AA mac, AO-1, from AUW School, combined armies of the world.I Armed Forces," jointly preparedby new patterns in reading facilitate
West B. J. Owens TMC have destroyed more men comprehension as well as increasethe
Key ; the Departments of Defense
and Robert Navojosky, AA, both
from from Fasron 107; J. W. Hill, AD2, than all the wars of the world.I and Labor was released last week. amount of reading that can
USNTC Bainbridge Md.

,. from VA-36 here in Jax; and J. am more deadly than bullets The pamphlet is the first joint be accomplished in a given time,

Fasron 109 W. Henderson, AM2, from VA. and I have wrecked more Defense-Labor attempt to "cate Mr. Gustine pointed out.
175. homes than the mightiest of An average increase of 200
gorize women's job opportunitiesin
Many men will be smoking
words minute the record
cigars this week judging from Discharges last week included: siege gun \ the armed forces. It has been per was
the results of the petty officer S. A. Macarella, AN; and S. T. I steal in the United States designed an objective source made by the previously complet
ed classes with member increasing
test grades. Over 51 percent of Creasy, AT3. ., i alone'over $300,000,000 each of information for teachers, par- one -
S his rate of reading by
ents, librarians, students, and especially -
the men who took the test in year.I 500 words minute accordingto
per ,
Fasron 109, passed it and were VW-1 spare no one, and find my guidance counselorsabout Mr. Gustine.
rated. Six made first class, nine With a rough and exacting sea victims among the rich and job possibilities for womenin A laboratory course primarily

made second, and sixteen made son nearly over, Hurricane Hunters poor alike; the young and old, the military services.If the class will not be required to,
third. held a "beer and eats" partyat the strong and the weak, and asked just what a woman in do any "homework" in general.
his the Anchorage last Friday. The service does, all you have to do
Coach Jim Smith says that widows and orphans know me. The classes will meet at 1830 and
affair, strictly stag, brought over now is hand the questioner one
basketball team looks good for I loom up to such proportions at 2000 running and half
one a
the first week of practice. Smith 200 people, that I cast my shadow of these pamphlets. In fact it hours a session tor twelve weeks.

predicts that the 20 "hopefuls"out A VW-4 squadron intramural over every field of labor from might be a good thing if we service Registrations will be taken at

for the team will still be volleyball league is now in full the turning of the grindstone women took a glance throughthe Central Grade School, the fee for
there when the finals are played. swing. Teams composed of officers to the moving of every train.I pamphlet. We might learn of the term being $2.

Dick Holland led the Beaver chiefs, flight crews, men massacre thousands of some opportunities in the Navywe -. 5O-
touch football team to an impressive from structures and electronics have overlooked.
wage-earners in a year.I '.
victory over NARTU last a sprinkling of players from administration 0UVfCATHOLIC
lurk in unseen places, and Wave Of The Week Julie
material and operations -
do most of my work silently Chernick, presently attached to
Command Of VF172To and a team from the power
You .are warned against me, the Naval Hospital, Julie has
plants have been playing in
Comdr McConnell but you heed not.I through study, concentration, and
the noon hours through, all with I
interest in her job advanced in
am relentless, I am everywhere ,
hopes emerging champions and
Comdr. Robert M. McConnell rate as far as an enlisted personcan Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, R
; in the factory, at railroad
claiming the trophy to be awarded
took over the helm of VF. 172
during a four-year hitch in 1000 St. Edwards' Chapel. w
crossings, and on the sea.
at the end of league play.
Monday; relieving Comdr. GeorgeG. I worst the Navy. Julia will be advancedto Saturday 0800. '
Estes Jr. Goings on (in and out) at VW- Careltflsneffn your !enemy.I a dental technician first class Daily 0830.
The new commanding officer, a 4 were scarce over the past week. am November 18. Sunday 0630 Mass at hospital .:'

Naval Academy graduate of 1942, William A. Andrews, AKC, was : Chapel 1900 Instruction
was ordered here from the Naval transferred to NAS Jax. "' ,. : ;. : classes, Bldg. 5361.

. Aviation Ordnance Test Station, An A02 from NAS Whidbey Island Thursday 1900 Instruction
Chihcoteague, Va. Donald L. Buchanan, and a 4, 'ket''r classes, Bldg. 463.
The job of air officer aboard PHAN, from Cecil Field, Harry PROTESTANTThunda1

the aircraft carrier USS Boxer E. Wren, were the only additionsto Nov 3
has been assigned Comdr. Estes.A the squadron's roster. 1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal -
World War II Navy Cross winner .

he held the squadron's reins VA-175 Saturday, Nov. 5

for a year.Comdr.. Twenty- seven years of good 1000 Catechetical Instruction
+ conduct were represented by seven (Lutheran) for children.

men who received Good Con- Sunday, Nov. 6
Gallagher duct awards last Friday duringthe 0800 Episcopal Communion

Commands VA-175 squadron's change-of-com- Service, Chaplain Nickelson.
mand ceremony. 0930 Sunday School for ages
Comdr. Edward F. Gallagher Comdr. Willard L. Nyburg, who 4 through Jr High, Bldg. 804. .

became the new commanding officer was relieved by Comdr. EdwardT. : 1 p 0930 Service of Holy Com

of VA-175 during a squad. Gallagher, presented first munion, Chaplain Stephenson.
ron change of-command ceremony awards to: Colston Dine, AD3; h.1(4.4f'; ( 1100 Service of Holy Communion

last Friday. He relieved Bayard Maloyed, AN; Eldridge Chaplain Carpenter.
Comdr. Willard L. Nyburg. McKinney, A03; George Phelps, 1800 Lutheran Communion

While under Nyburg's command AM3; Duane Shomber, AD3, and Service, Chaplain P.F.W. Pieper.
VA-175 pilots logged near Thomas Valdez, AD3. Richard 1900 The United Fellowshipof

ly 10,000 flying hours and some Perry, ADI, was awarded his Protestants Bldg. 804. I
1400 carrier landings. He has third medal. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

been ordered to the Fleet Train Also awarded were five advancement Sunday, NOT. 8OD30

ing Center at Norfolk. in rate certificates and Sunday School Nursery:,
+ one commendation. Those advanced 0930 Divine Worship.
She: (admiring boy friend's to the indicated rate were: Tuesday, Nov. S

decorations) "I understand you Robert Dickson, SH2; Christopher 1900 Lutheran Instruction

won this one when you stepped O'Meara, AT3; Donald Rounsa- LOOKS TO FUTURE-Marine M/Sfft Frank Beutler, an Instructor Classes Chaplain Pieper All
forward to volunteer for a dangerous ville, AT3; Robert Rulon, AT3, at Aviation Storekeeper School, Is looking forward to Saints' Chapel.
mission." and Paul Page A03. the future and 20-year retirement from the Corps as he delves 1900 Episcopal Instruction

B.F.: "Not exactly. You see,the Lt. Thomas O'Connel was presented into Marine Corps Institute study. CWO Lewis Alexander, of Classes Chaplain Nickelson '
Airman Preparatory School, presents him with a certificate from
captain asked for volunteers, and the Battle Efficiency "E", the Institute upon completion .1 the basic fundamentals .f electricity Bid*. 563, NATTC Chiplabu Of
everyone else stepped back. earned during. fiscal year 1953. course fice.i .

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; 3:l November 1955 I

', Pace Four JAX AIR NEWS
': I Forner.Sailor Offers To -

'I I

-t Refund $9,000 WWII Pay

:' CORNER It' ....
!. The Navy has revealed the
.. scholarship for deserving so-
1 Convention time is over. The
p girls are back, saying the week* daughter of navymen, or to
r ended all too soon. Bingo is back. Navy Society

; .It will be resumed every Thursday He also asked the ex-sailor for

at Navy Wives' Club in Dew- ; to reveal the details of
ey Park at 2000.Convention refund.

news shows Navy This was his reply: :
Wives' Club No. 88 second in attendance -
in Washington for the "Your scholarship plan sounds

17th annual convention of Navy and I should like to

Wives Clubs of America, Inc., to it besides repaying
and Sam for the privilege of
consequently winning a mem.
I bershlp award. L. ,: in the U.S. Navy. Perhaps

Some of the new national offV. others' would also like to

cers are known to Jacksonville : .

wives: Helen Walker, State d! v : "If you feel my letter would
Washington, president; Dorothy gad effects for good, by all

Borus, Annapolis, vice president; use it (without my name
June Hoover, formerly presidentof course)."

No. 86, secretary; Thora Ring, The first of his monthly checks

formerly of No. 86, parliamentarIan enclosed. (AFPS)
; Dorothy Hamilton, Key West, ;" ; .

treasurer.The next national convention Upped

i will be held in Long Beach, Cal-

ifornia. Ida Mae David was elected -. For Civil Service
vice president of Regional

Southeast.The Not-New= Shop announces Rodifer Gets 'TIION pantomImist-By invitation Emmet Kodifer comedy, it Retired Others

I, that merchandise left at the shop Airman, of Composite Squadron ,
62, will appear on the 16. Increased civil service annui
i for sale must be called for within
30 days. Otherwise it will hour telethon sponsored by the for retired federal employees
go Minneapolis, Minn. Celebral
Call ForTelethon
to the Not-New Shop. Palsy Fund Committee. The their survivors, as authorized
to televised in the the 84th Congress are
show, be now
Three Navy Wives have become
Minneapolis area Nov. 5 and 6, realized by some 300,000 re
,Gray Ladies-Corene Aston, Kay will feature well known figuresin workers.
Botoff and Phyllis Blessinger. the entertainment world. government
Rodifer in this scene is doing Intended to bring retirement
Polly Lawrence has a
in Jacksonville's gift to the en- his pantomime routine of "Pass into a more realistic
change her official title as The Other Udder"
chairman of the entertainment tertainment world, Emmet Ro- with the present cost

committee. She is now chairman difer, Airman, attached to living, the increases have been

of the activity committee. Composite Squadron 62, has according to a sliding scale.
been invited to participate on Only Two Claim with annuities activated

Nov. 5-6 in the 16-hour tele- Aug. 20, 1920 and June
tte. thon sponsored by the Minne- 'Lucky Bucks'Only 1955, the first $1,500 is in-

apolis, Minn., United Cerebral two persons were able by 12 per cent, and any

Palsy Fund committee.A to collect the "lucky Green" exceeding this is increase.

tremendous success locally from the Voice of Safety last by 8 per cent.

r and nationally with his comedy week. PEOPLE WHOSE annuities be-

pantomime, Rodifer will appearon For providing the correct an- or will begin between July

the telethon with nationally swer to the question "What is 1955 and Dec. 31, 1947, will get
known figures of the entertain- the safety slogan for the pews'a increases, while those

Still they come new books ment world. month, William Catrette of annuities begin on or after

proclaim the publishers' busy Rodifer, who placed secondin Overhaul and Repair Depart- 1, 1958, will get no increases
the All-Navy Talent Finals ment and L. S. Deyo, of Public all.
season. Of course, we maintainthat
held at St. Alban's Hospital, N. Works Department each col- :
any book is new until you'veread No increase shall be In excess
Y., while competing against lected free dollar
a crisp bill.
it but we admit the special $4,104 annually, exclusive
talent from all of the 48 states Slogan for October was "An
..... appeal of bright new jackets! purchased by voluntary
and overseas commands Ounce of Prevention
is Worth
Are of the Tall: 1{. Allen : which will receive
peared on the Ed Sullivan TV Tons of Fire Equipment."
Smith's latest humorous novel is full amount of the percentage
show Sept. 18. The show car- Personnel will have a chanceto
not science fiction, although it is Purchased annuities are
ried a Navy theme. gain some of that
"longgreen" I
set in 1997, when the human race : by an employee volun-
Since he entered the servicein by remembering the
again develops the tail. How com- contributing sums up to 10
1953 he has appeared on slogan for November, which is
picated can styles become? cent of his total base pay
various television and stage "A Minute For Safety Is Bet
Danger is My Ally: The auto in multiples of $25, to his
shows in Oklahoma, Florida ter Than a Month For Re-
biography of a man whose life account.
and South Carolina. pairs.
has been a continuous round of: Federal employees may apply

intrigue and adventure. per: Clipper ships, the California optional retirement at or aft
Moonraker: Suspense and dan- gold fields and John Jennings "Before we were married, you age 60 upon completion of 30

ger abound in a story concerningthe creates the story adventure promised you :would never lookat of service, and receive full

test of a new r cket. .readers, this is for you. another woman." ; at or after age 62 upon

Sixth of June: Bettcr-than-av A Dirty Way to Die: This for "I thought you understood that of 15 years of service;

erage love story of two people 'I mystery readers. was only a campaign promise." between the ages of 55 and 60

brought together during World ., completion of 30 years of
War II. Scene: London. '!Y .ri# ur : but on an annuity re
Commando Extraordinary: Sug- 4s4 by one-fourth of one per-

gested by the Naval War Collegefor ] for each month the employee

professional reading, this tells under 60 years of age.
highlights of the British Com-
A ; 25
AN EMPLOYEE with years
mandos and the amazing exploitsof ,.r r service also may retire on a
Otto Skorzeny. of
Hellcats of the Sea: We may; annuity, regardless
: separated
v if involuntarily
concentrate on action over the
fault of his own.
land but that in no way discountsthe
After five years service, disa-
tremendous interest we findin D ct
retirement is granted on
action under the sea. This book!

J is the story of the preparationand I conditions retirement, or if discontin-an em-
completion of "Operation f
t Barney." You'll like it! 4+ ,t vc is 62 years of age at the
he from the
is separated
Caves Beyond: More under the
earth this time the story of the
Floyd Collins Crystal Cave Ex- With less than 20 years of serVe

ploration. an employee may request a

'Secret Raiders: That title is apt of all retirement deductedfrom

to conjure pictures of the west } his salary, plus interest of
but don't be misled. It is the 4 per cent to Dec. 31, 1947, and 3
story of the German Merchant fit. ... '+ percent thereafter, compounded

) I raiders in World War II. ONE HE DIDN'T TIIROW BACK Marine T/Sgt Richard ): annually, to date of separation.With .
1 civilian
My Favorite Football Stories: Lawrence takes his sun glasses off to inspect the 15-foot, 1,800. 20 or more years of
"Red" Grange picks them and we pound shark he and an Air Force sergeant caught while fishing service, he will receive a discon
'think you'll agree with the title. off the dock: at Ft Waver, Hawaii. The sergeants used a two-foot tinued-service annuity at age 62,
hammerhead shark as bait on a hook attached refund of
by three feet of but not receive a
of may
Chronicle the Calypso Clip-
chain to 100 feet of quarter-inch manila rope.
the retirement deductions.


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:3 November 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five-

The Weather Buoy -; V(!

LADDERWith Sends Signals \

Civilians During Storm 't3t

Small Navy weather buoys located -
(Weekly the Jax Air News, In the center of hurricane"Janet"

cooperation with the Industrial I
and gave accurate reportson
Relations Department, will list
I her progress in September.They .
various promotions for Naval Air'

Station civilian personnel). were designed to provide I'
advance hurricane warnings and(
three civilian
Twenty employees i
information. For their
have been promoted during weather .

I the two weeks of 6ct. 17 andO \ first trial, the buoys were cast : 1 '
in the hurricane lanes
<:t. 23, as reported "by the Industrial "
Relations north of Puerto Rico by the cruiser
Roanoke. Janet almost at once ;
Departments represented accord tt\: ,
r their worth.
ing to number advanced are proved .7

Overhaul and Repair 16, Supply A-BOMB CARRIER FOR JAX-Patrol Squadron Three of The unmanned weather stations Chaplain Stephenson His

3, Navy commissary stores 2, Jacksonville, redeslgnated Heavy Attack Squadron One (VAII-1), automatically trasmit informationby experiences cover many bloody
will receive the -built A3D above, in Invasions.
Douglas Skywarrlor, early "
Public Works 1 Miscellaneous 1. impulses or "clicks. Radio -
1956. Weighing: 70,000, it is the largest and most powerful carrier
Overhaul and Repair promo jet ever produced. (See Story on Page 1)). direction finding "fixes" their

tions were: Oct. 17-George Hull location. Senior Chaplain

Jr., Marvin Gurr, George Kum- They ark part of a navy pro-
mer Jr., and James Vearil Jr., all Military Strength gram to provide automatic meteo- At Center Real

from planner to estimator ((3rd rological information from remote

step) to supervisory planner and areas of the' world.

estimator (1st step ); Joseph Expenditures As StableDefense The idea of using the floating Combat VeteranThis

Hand, from electrician (aircraft weather stations to monitor hur- ( Is the first In a series of

((3rd step) to leadingman, elec Secretary Charles E. Wilson has predicted that military ricanes originated in the Navy's articles about chaplains at the
trician (aircraft 1st step).
strength and expenditures will remain about the same for the Bureau of Aeronautics. Naval Air Technical Training

"nearby years." They were designed by the bureau Center In honor of the anniversary
Oct. 23 Winn and
-Thomas with the help of the National of the Chaplain's Corps Sun
Ovid Bennett, from engineering Mr. Wilson made this statement where he discussed the defense
Bureau of Standards and
i day, November 27.)
draftsman (general) GS-3 to en after his return from Denver situation with the convalescing Research Laboratory.

gineering draftsman (general;) President Eisenhower. A Navy chaplain whose experience
The buoys weigh 370 poundsare has covered the bloody in-
GS-4; Stanley Roddenizer, from Civil Service
Present defense department figures
weighed at one end and designed -
vasions of Normandy Southern
helper air mechanic (general 3rd ,
call for 2,850,000 personnelin
to point always into the France Iwo Jima and Okinawa,
step) to production dispatcher Lists JobOpportunities' the armed forces by June 30, ,
wind, the Navy said. (AFPS)
and all phases of Navy training
(2nd tep) Clayton Perry from
; 1956. The defense budget for the .
supervisory budget specialist VS- 1956 fiscal year was $34.5 .billion. programs from submarines to avi
AK School Honors ation, is the senior chaplain at
11 to
supervisory production
TilE DEFENSE secretary said
cialist GS-12; Charles Backes, Go To Stockdill the Naval Air Technical Training
that the present military program
Critical personnel needs have '" Center.I
from guard supervisor GS-4 to i is of "maintaining mill AKAN of
been listed by Headquarters Sixth one great Marlin Stockdill, ,
He is Comdr. Marion 0. Stephenson
guard supervisor GS-5; Joseph Naval District, Charleston, S. C., tary srength." He declared it was Ford City, Penna., was the honor "a 1935 graduate of Duke
McSwain, shop planner metal'smith world
and applicants qualified for the necessitated by the present student in last week's graduatingclass
University Divinity School, an
(av. 3rd step) to leadingman -
situation in which he could not from Aviation Storekeeper
positions asked to refer to the
ordained Methodist minister, anda
metalsmith (av. 3rd step). foresee change. School.
George McLemore, from air activity in which the vacancy ex- any Navy chaplain since February ,
ists. rAll shouldbe One of the key measures called
mechanic (general 3rd step) to 1942, shortly after the outbreakof
received by Nov. 15. for in the report is a six per cent World War II.
shop planner (AMG 1st step);
The opportunities in Floridaare reduction in the number of civil-
John Heggood, Harold Esposito, Coming to NATTCenter in
follows Mine Defense Laboratory Ian personnel employed by the
as :
Leo Duncan, and Richard Cleveland Jacksonville his past experiencein
Panama City ship- armed forces by June 30, 1956,
all from air mechanic (gen Naval training commands afforded -
fitter; Marine Corps Air Station, except in "civil functions. It was
eral 3rd excellent background
step) to shop planner an
stressed however that this wouldbe
Miami- architectural engineer ,
(general 1st step). for his work with young American
00 GS-808-11; U. S. Naval Station, achieved mainly by normal
s a men and women in the Navy'saviation
West- mechanical attribution.
Supply department on Oct. 23 Key r training program at the
GS-830-11, supvy maintenance OTIIER ECONOMY measures s
lists the following as advanced: Center."I .
engineer GS-805-11 called for Mr. Wilson included
gyro-compass by : "
Elizabeth Davies from
propertyand highly appreciative he
am ,
mechanic $2.01 ph., joiner (ship)
clerk GS-2 to 1. Reduce support activities -
supply prop said, "of the excellent cooperation
$1.90 h. mechanic fire control
erty and supply supervisor GS:4,; p. particularly overhead groups-to received by me from Captain

Theodore Crooms, from ware $2.01 p. h.NAVAL. minimum strengths. Henry C. DeLong, his officers and
houseman ((3rd step) to high lift 2. Reduce the rotation rate by men, the personnel of the Naval
colaaeronautical engineer GS- I
truck operation (3rd step); and stabilizing tours of duty. Air Station, and the people of
8CO-7 electronics engineer (radio)
; I
Alfred Gurgiolo from propertyand GS-855-9 general engineer GS- 3. Adopt promotion policies Jacksonville during my ten '

supply clerk 'GS-2 to prop ; which insure advancement onlyof months at this command." 801-9, 11, 12; industrial engineerGS
erty and supply clerk GS-3. 896-11; realty officer GS-1172- ; well qualified, personnel. During World War II Commander ""*

Navy Commissary on Oct. 23 those Stephenson served aboard the
11; supvy architectural engineer 4. Re-enlist only personnel
promoted two-Lillian M. Pacetti 'battleship USS Nevada and took
GS-808-12 civil engineer whose qualifications clearly
; supvy n s
from fiscal accounting clerk GS-810-12; supvy electrical engi- contribute to the mission of the part in four invasions. In training ,'
GS-4 to supervisory fiscal accounting i '
commands he worked with
GS-85012 general service. crews .
neer ; supvy
clerk GS-5; and Homer engineer GS-E01-12; supvy main- 5. Tighten up approval of flight of submarines in anti-submarine

Adams from clerk typist GS-3 to tenance engineer, GS-805-12; time. warfare, line school officers, and

fiscal accounting clerk GS-4. supvy mechanical engineer GS- 6. Reduce temporary duty now with Naval aviation.
Public Works Oct. 17
830-12 structural engineer travel. .
; supvy
moted James D. Brown from car GS81212. 7. Evaluate all outstanding procurement -

penter to inspector, public works AT TilE DISTRICT Public and. production con- Aip .mDrD'Thursday
structures ((2nd step). James Mills -
Works Office, Sixth Naval Dis tracts. LINDA'S BANK 'ROLE' -
listed as miscellaneous was promoted
trict, U. S. Naval Base, Charleston ,8. Review I requirements for Latin beauty Linda Crhtal

from equipment specialist S. C. are the following vacancies conventional weapons, to reflectin. shows off two rood reasons November :3 ,

electronics GS-6, Supply Depart construction management .full the availability of more why she has been Insured by Mainsidc-Terror Street (drama -

ment to production process specialist : modern weapons. Hollywood for 10 mUJIon pesos )', Dan Duryea:
engineer ; ($800,000)). The Insurance was '
electronics, GS-7, O&R. 9. Reduce stocks On hand to NATTC Second Greatest Sex i,
as 414 9; mechanical engineer taken out In Durango, Mexico, -
.Mrr GS830-9, 11; realty assistant GS- reflect actual needs. to protect United Artists from (color musical Cine): Jeanne "1
arc .Mz rn
SCUTTLEBUTT r rw 1172-9; structural engineer GS- Mr. Wilson said he would wel loss should Linda suffer bodily Crain, George Nadar. .

GS-1310-7 come "competition"' among the Injury when Indians drag her Hospital Bullet Is Waiting l
812-7, 11. A physicist
through rocks and brush In
is needed at Naval Degaussing services to see that his directiveis scenes for the movie "Comanche (drama): Rory Calhoun, Jean t

Station, Naval Base, Charleston. carried out.-AFPS). ," being shot there. Simmons.

Friday, November 4 :

"!hlc 11 Cecil Field Due 450 Units Of Housing I II Tyrone ber Mainside Rifles Power-(color,King Terry drama of Moore.the Cine Khy-): '

Three naval installations in this Other stations named are Naval Facility, New River, N. C., 500; NATTC Terror Street (drama

have been named. as sites Missile Training Center, Point Naval Base, Newport, R. I., 500. ): Dan Duryea.
for part of the 5,660 family housing Mugu, Calif., 200; Marine Corps The Navy actually plans to Hospital-Second Greatest Sex

: s. :varmvI units that soon will be con- Auxiliary Air Station, Mojave, build 20,000 units under the Act ((color musical Cine): Jeanne

structed at 12 Navy and Marine Calif., 500; Brown Field Auxiliary but surveys are still being madeto Crain, George Nadar.

I 4. J stations under the new Capehart ,Air Station, Chula Vista, determine where the new Saturday, November S

t Housing Act.' Calif., 50; Marine Corps Supply housing is needed. Although the Mainsidc-Teenage Crime (drano -

.'. NAS Cecil Field is listed for Depot, Albany, Ga., 160; Naval first 12 sites have been chosen, ): Tom Cook, Mollie McCart.

M 450 units, NAAS Sanford for 50, Air Station, Hutchinson, Kans., the "go ahead" signal from the NATTC King of the Khyber

and GlyncO Air Station at Bruns- 500; Marine Corps Training Cen- Defense Department has not been Rifles (color drama Cine): Tyrone .

"I'll bet have a boy' wick, Ga., for 700, according to ter, Camp Lejeune, N. C., 1500; requested. A number of projects Power, Terry Moore.

Irttnd In you every port?'' the schedule recently announcedby I' Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort will be submitted soon for Defense Hospital Terror Street (drama .

the Navy. S. C., 550; 'Marine Corps Air approval, it is understood. ): Dan Duryea.I '


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 3 November 1955

Planning No. 2 Playoff Looms For VP-3

Chalks Straight Up VictoryWho's 8th VC-62 Mainside LaurelsVP3

and VC-62 will meet in a special championship

going to stop PlanningNo. play-off game at the stadium tomorrow evening at 1615. VP-

21That 3 defeated Fasron 109, 28-6, and received a 2-0 forfeit win

is the main topic on the from Hospital. in its final two games to tie VC-62 for first-

agenda this week in the NAS- lace.
O&R Bowling League after the VC-62 still held the upper handin
sharp-shooting loop leaders the loop early this week but and another Wednesday with Hos

knocked off Cowling Shop 3-0 VP-3 came back with their two pital.

last Friday night for their eighth L % decisions to throw the firstplacespot TOMORROW'S playoff brings

straight victory. into a deadlock. Tomorrow together two highly-geared of.

Assembly remained in second evening's climactic battle be- tense-minded clubs, both with

place two runts off the pace, e A I' ; tween these two bitter rivals good quarterbacks, with the win-

while Plannirvc, N
running ratnd cut th* first x year's highlights.VP3 league championship game with

division.Individually: defeated the Composite the champions from NATTCenter
x Squadron in an 8-6 thriller in AO-A School, next Monday eve-
an outstanding
their earlier meeting this season. ning. *
was bowled Friday by Lou
It certainly is a game that in- ,Meanwhile, the battle for the
Nowotny of Accessories who
tramural grid fans will definitelynot runner-up spot in the Mainside
rolled 5&5 for three games in-
want to miss. circuit goes on as heatedly as
cluding two games of 204 and 200.
AT ever. The loser of the VP-3 -
Nowotny tied a season's recordset PRESS TIME a look at the
standings showed VC-62 on top VC-62 playoff FAW-11, and Fas-
earlier in the by C. B- r
year .... with ron 6 are certain of playoff berths
Adams, the league's leading bowl- <> << ;.V .Y0. N a record of nine wins and
one loss while VP-3 was in second for second, but the fifth place
er. ONLY WAVE BOWLER-Janet Caw, Airman, of Aviation with seven victories and one de- position which is also eligible forplayoff
Adams' current average is 179, Storekeeper School, is the only Wave bowler In the NATTCenter is undecided.
feat. But the Patron outfit had a participation
tout points higher than Everett intramural league With her 125 average she receives some
pointers from CWO Nelson Bottorff team coach game Tuesday with Fasron 109 Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.t
Brock who has
averaged 175
Nov. 1 are:
through 18 games. VC-62 rts. rts

SpikersStill Teams W L For Agst

VC-62 9 1 325 109

UnbeatenIdle VP-3 9 1 178 71
Nartu Electron
FAW-11 8 2 225 133
VC-C2 stayed at the top of
Fasron 6 7 2 175 67
the Mainside Intramural Volley-
Huskies Stealing Hospital .4 4 83 129
ball League this week while sec- a
Fasron 109 _4 5 137 173
ond-place VP-3 raced its way to .
Keg SpotlightThe its sixth win of the current cam- 4 Operations 4 6 104 181
O&R 3 6 105 131
paign with a 1 -5. 15-13 court victory -
NARTU 2 6 164 162
red-hot race between NAR. : over O&R.Actually .
Personnel 2 8 108 235
TU and Electronics continued this
the leaders
VW-4 0 9 19 198
week in the National League of able to keep pace with the run-
Crackerjax] Open Cage .
the Mainside Intramural Bowling ner-up without even playing as

loop while VP-3's Huskies upped they received an 11-0, 11-0 for-

their lead to a full three lengths feit win from FAW-11 which has Season This Weekend' Qualifying Set

ahead of the rest of the American dropped out of league play.

League pack. Fasron 6 tallied a brace of vic- 'With only two veterans back

The Huskies dropped their clos- tories during the week to move from the All-Eastern Wave cham- squad Include: Nov. 5-6 For

est rivals of last week VC-62, into a third-spot deadlock with pionship squad of last season the Forwards Joan Hayes, Anne

with a 3-1 decision that sent the NARTU, Including a crucial 15- Jax Navy Crackerjax this weekend Simmons, Ruth Bradshaw, Betty

losers reeling from second into 12, 15-10 win over the Weekend open their long campaignto Dcno, and Kathy King. Civilian GolfersQualifying'

fourth place. Warriors which produced the tie. retain their laurels. Guards Gay Cooper Pat DeF -

The Service Squadron's other Three games are billed on the Alice Vetter, Joanie Johnson, round for the an-

MEANWHILE NARTU and 'decision came on an 11-0), 11-0; Waves' road trip to Western Flo- Almeda Vivian Nancy Gibbons, nual NAS Civilian Golf Cham-

Electronics each won shutout de- I forfeit score from FAW-11; both rida. Coach Jim Black's sextette Sally Cornwell, Jane Hessler, and pionship Tournament is scheduled
5-3 records. Saturday and Sunday of this
the Pensacola Gossettes
cisions which boosted them to opposes Sophia Sayatovich.
NARTU and Fasron 6 have Pensacola Field coming weekend at the Naval Air
identical 19-1 records-five games now at Friday Corry Accompanying the team on its
ahead of third-place Communica- 5-3 records in the standings. Waves on Saturday, and the Eglin Western trip will be Ltjg( ) Mary Station course.

tions' 12-4 slate. Standings as of Tuesday (A.M), Air Force Base Flyerettes on Sun- Andersen officer-in-charge, and The tournament committee has

Nov. 1, are: day afternoon. Pat Ostrowski manager. announced that the championshipflight
Team W L Pet. will be limited to a maxi-
With a team built around Pat
almost com- VC-62 7 0 1.000 Ashcraft and Diane Fitzpatrick, I mum of eight qualifiers and thatno
pletely record
book VP-3 6 1 .857 last year's guards now shifted to 'Nartu player qualifying with more
single-handedly in
a Bumps
than ten strokes over the medalist -
3 .625
forward Coach Black has
with NAMTD during the week. a squadof '
Fasron 6 5 3 .625 score be permitted to compete
VP-3 hit a total of 2538 pins in O&R 4 4 .500 16 players for the coming cam- VP-3 For in the championship flight.

the match, breaking the old re- FAETU 2 paign.In. I .
6 .250
cord of 2497 set by NARTU Ernie
Ferraro rolled a three-game totalof Fasron 109 1 5 .167 addition to Ashcraft and ;Links: Lead Championship flight action will

FAW-ll' 0 7 .000 Fitzpatrick, players 0 nth e be conducted on medal play ba

560, tying the previous high ... ,, NARTU finally got back into sis, while all other flights will
set by Herb Sargent of Fasron 6, I .u '::fn'.rJl" -"" j,.' ---.l'- ,the saddle of the Mainside Intra- be match play. The qualifying

and N. C. Hammond and J. E. I ;f" ..'.." mural Golf League after playing round will be considered the first
f 'second-fiddle to VP-3 for the past round of medal play for the
also broke 500
Kopp making a _I r.:,: .
'" three weeks. ,
championship flight with totalof
total of three "500" series men in ,
- :: The Weekend Warriors couldn't 72 holes of medal play being
one .. have done it any easier, either required to determine the winner.

National League \;... I as they just sat idle while theirrival's Second third and final roundsof
......,.. championship flight play will
percentage dropped from
Teams W L Pet :
be conducted on November 11, 12
.NARTU 19 1 .850 .791 to .702 in a week of heavy
and 13, respectively, while match
NARTU leads with
Electronics 19 1 .950 r. activity. a
r. play in other flights is slated for
Communications 12 4 .750 mark of ..714.Fastimproving.
November 11, 12, 13 and 19.
Personnel 14 6 .700 ,. Fasron 109 play- .
Medics 9 '1.563 y ed a major role in sending VP-3
Supply 12 12 .500 downward by beating the Patrol- Several new rules have been

Special Services 7 13 ..350 men 3V4-2V4 in a match Friday. instituted b y the committee.

Pill Rollers 6 14 .300 Fred Cardwell Phil Demster and Matches must be played on the

Hospital 6 22 .215 Bob Williams won points for Fas- dates and at the times approvedby

O & R 0 20 .000 ron 109 while Joe Tenda gaineda the committee. However in
EH4 match play, when only one
x : op-
half point in a split with John
American League ponent appears at the designated

Teams W L Pet ,;: Dow of VP-3. Gordon Lee and times instead of a forfeit being

VP3 Huskies 19 5 .791 1.1. IL Jesse Bush were the point-pro- declared, the player present will

Fasron 6 16 8 ..667ComFairJax ducers for VP3. have the option of matching his

14 10 .583 ..m ...... ._n__.. ...._._. ._. .. Other results of the week included qualifying round card with the
VC-62 11 9 '.550 qualifying round card of the ab-
COURT IN SESSION-Impromptu volleyball sessions suchas : FAW-11 5, Supply 1; Ad-
VP-3 Bombers 9 11 .450 sent player, or playing another
this one are to be found In many of the Station's hangars and
NAMTD _-_._ 911.450 parking areas during the Boon hour and at the close of the work- ministration 6, FAWTU 0; Com- round and matching his score attained -

FAW-11 G G 9 11 .450 in* day. Here, N. C. Hammond of Patrol Squadron 3, sets up a FairJax 4%, Operations 1%; Fas on that round with the
"kill" for one of his team mates as members of the Patron's intramural
FAETU 4 18 .200 ron 109 3tt\ VP-3
league team prep for an upcoming fracas. VC-CS is 2ttj: and VP-3 qualifying round score card of
FAW-11 Griffons 1 15 .063 paring the Mainside Intramural loop, with VP-3 close behind. 3, Administration 3. I the missing player.



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TJ44xSports 0\ \a a. AO-A School Captures IM

BriefsThere At CenterCombining
1 P Grid Crown

may have been upsets
with favorites falling by the wayside a smooth passing attack with off tackle slashes .

in last week's collegiate grid Aviation Ordnancemen this week captured the NATT

picture, but none of it failed to Center touch football league title with a 19-6 victory over
dislodge Mlrfity Michigan from Aviation Electrician's :Mate School on the King Hall field.

the top of the Jax Air News' top P Opening the scoring in the first
25 selections. period Matt Kurilich looped a

Michigan's comeback win over : / pass to Mel Young who juggledit Mlttmcn Prep

Iowa proves the point that only ___ on his finger tips and romped For New SeasonWith
the best come back to win in such across the goal line. The play was

fashion. Michigan State remainsa good for 55: yards. approximately 20 boxers

close second, while Oklahomahas Ole Olsen, on a pass, evened now turning out in Price
replaced Navy in third slot. j the count for the Sparkics at six- Natatorium arena, Coach Bob

.Here are the top 25. all in the second canto. Then, in Perkins of Jax Navy is gettinghis

1. Michigan Stale the second half, Kurilich crossed squad whipped into shape
2. Michigan
3. Oklahoma over right tackle for two yards, : for the coming season.
4. Notre Dame i 4pa converted and tore off tackle,for
5. UCLA Letters are being sent to service -
7 6.. Texas Maryland A &: M ten yards to complete the scoring. activities in the Southeastto

8. Navy OUTSTANDING line play of arrange further matches,
9. Went Virginia JI
10 TCU Bob Dyer and Joe Thornton fea- and Coach Perkins hopes to
It. Southern California --- -- ---'''- '- -'''"->''''''''''-' 12. Ohio State TWO-BALL TOURNEY ACTION The weather was brisk tured for"the Gunnies while have his squad make its first
14 13., SMU Georgia Tech and so was the action at the NAS links last Sunday as some 200 Frank Vanausdle looked good for showing in about four weeks.
15. Mississippi Navy and 'IvUlan golfers teed off in the second round of the All. the Sparkics.
16. Kentucky lax mlx44f: two.ball tourney. In the top photo of Jax
17. Auburn one Navy's Last week the Ordnancemen breth scored the only touchdownof
18 Duke two winning championship flight teams of Bill Scarbroogh (left) scored brace of victories 20-19
a ,
19. Miami, Ohio and !Mrs Henry Johnson (second from right) pauses on,the green the losers while Hank Sellards'
20.21. Miami Army: Florida after a consolation match with Bob Murray (second from left) and 20-13 brace of scores and pay dirt
22. Purdue and Mrs. Jack Elmore. In the bottom photo Frank Heyer of NAS Meanwhile"Airman Preparatory strikes by Al Collucio, Jim
23.24.: Syracuse Mississippi State blasts out of a sand trap near the 18th green, just prior to winding School scored ,a surprising 26-7 Walker, Cliff Benes and Bobby
up a successful title night match with his partner, Mrs. Frances
25. Holy; Cross victory over Aviation Storekeepers -
Stevens accounted for those of
.. Williams, against Mrs. George Norris and E. B. Langston.
with Swan scoring two touch the Sparkles.
"We got off to a late start," lamented downs and Cole adding another NATTC FOOTBALL

Bill Snyder, coach of Air 200 Participate : pair. Bill Snyder made one try for Team W L Tied

man Preparatory School in the il'r point, and a pass from Vail to AO-A School 7 1 1

NATTCenter touch football In Mixed 2-Ball Cole netted the other. Ron Riley AK.lA School 6 3 0
league -"With Ronnie Vail, Bobbie scored for the Storekeepers and AE.A School :5 s 3 0

Cole and Sid Swan all click Links TourneySome Bill Mathews converted. AN.P School 3 5 1
ing together now, we've been AVIATION GROUND Officerswon NavAirWeaps 3 6 0

hard to beat" a close, fourth-quarter vic AGO School 2 1 2
200 local Navy civilian
: tory from NavAirWeaps, 6-0. Special Services 1 8 0 .
Two Jax Navy Varsity golfers golfers went to the post Sunday Wallace Lee of the Ensigns spoiled -SS*
second round of the All i
in the
have bolstered teams in the a pass attempt by the Missiles Boy: "And, now, Doctor, that
fcATTCentcr links league with Jacksonville Mixed Two Ball and Paul Hutchings recovered to I've told you I am going to marry

Walt Strader now playing with Ay: tourney at the Station course. move 27 yards for the TD.. Ann, there's one thing I want to

Supply and Charlie Summitt for While NAS participants in the Displaying the most powerful get off my chest.
Aviation Ordnancemen. tournament did not fare particu- attack of the season; the Aviation Doctor: "You just tell me aboutit

larly well in the day's play, the Electrician's Mate School squad my boy"

One woman Marine is playing Station certainly came out on top rolled up a 39-6 victory against Boy: "A tattocd heart with the
with the Jax Wave Crackerjaxthus in the "looks" department. Course Special Services. Johnny Cul- name Mabel on it."

far and is giving a good account f Pro Jack Harvey and his assis-
of herself. She is Maxine I Iw tants had the station course mani- Fearless Three Bring Out

(Johnnie) Johnson from Airman ; cured right down to a "tee" andit
Preparatory School. received the plaudits of every-
one in attendance. Crystal Ball For Picks.

Only five of the 12 NAS Jax Only one of the Jax Air News' three "swineskin swamis" was
AN-P Personnel
mixed duos entered in the meet able to better his first-week percentage last Saturday, while the

II .....' .' won Sunday, but the Navy team two remaining members of the Fearless Three failed to gainjustlike
AO Waging StiffTenPin '...."" .. of Comdr. Frank Heyer and Mrs: some of the teams they selected.
Frances Owen Williams still rates Only Joe GarzilH, YN3, remained unshaken from the harrowing -

Battle strong in the championship brac- results of the previous week's choices upping his mark from

[HAWS Linksters ket this week after winning from .643 to .679 with ten correct picks in 14 games. -

Airman Preparatory School's Mrs. George Norris and E. B. Marion Cracraft, J03, and Wave Nancy Ward, JOSN, exactly

four ace bowlers, champions last Langston, 43. equalled their opening performances, picking eight and seven win-

season in the NATTCenter intra Grab Top RungCoach THE IIEYER-WILLIAMS com- ners respectively, while their percentages remained at the- .571
and .500 levels.
mural league, are again burningup bination turned in a sizzling, four-
the alleys but are receiving Grady Gay's Naval Air under 72 in downing their While keeping a sharp eye out for brickbats thrown by those
and par who may have used their predictions in attempting financial gain
plenty of competition from Aviation Weapons School golfers opponents who turned in a 76. ,
Ordnancemen School and Chuck Drayton's Supply links- the trio once again chooses the following for Saturday, .Nov. 5:
I In the championship consolation
NATTC Personnel. men are setting the pace in the I bracket station golfers scored a Team Ohio State vs. Ind.

Wayne Fret of Personnel con NATTCenter intramural golf triumph when Bill Scarbroughand Arkansas vs. Rice Penn St"vs. Syracuse
tinues to hold the individual scor. Texas
Mrs. Henry Johnson defeated Baylor vs.
league with the Missilemen Carolina vs. N. Car.
ing lead with a 172 average followed Bob Murray and Mrs. Elmore 75. Colorado vs. Utah
by Nelson Bottorff of slightly in front. Other consolation participants, Duke vs. Navy USC vs. Stanford

Aviation Storekeepers with a 163; The team of Gay, Joe Frenettc Mrs. William Paxson and John Florida Vs. Georgia SMU vs. Texas A&M

Daly with 162 and Ed Clegg of Bill Holden and Ed Gottlieb lost Dombroski were stopped 2-1 in Ga. Tech vs. Tenn. Tulane vs. Alabama .

AGO School with a 161. out to Supply, 2V4 to Itt last their match with Mr. and Mrs. Harvard vs. Princeton Yale vs. Army ..

John Wylczynskl of AGO week but managed to stay on Charles Smith. Illinois vs. Michigan Steelers vs. Cards ,
School has high single game in top. Playing with Supply are HERE'S HOW OTHER station LSU vs. Maryland Eagles vs. Redskins

the circuit, pumping out a 234 : Drayton, Walt Strader, Don Pet- golfers fared in secondroundplay Mich. State vs. Purdue Giants vs. Browns
last week. erson, Wayne Brown, Everett Six!
AK-P fkkMl __ 17 S .144 7M and Tiny Wilhorn. *
AO (H".| :1 < .IIS 741 First Flight Consolation: Aud- (.879) (.571) (.500)
)Na-Ai-Weip terM..d 28 I .ju 7j$ Other results: Tuesday-Special rey Bjltz-Erwin Scott lost to Mrs. Rice Rice Rice
IS 14 .MS H1
AK-A K sh..1. II II .so* Ml Services 2, AO School 1; Sup- Arthur Conner-Ray McCarthy by Baylor Baylor Texas
AN-PI $ea..1.. .1$ U .bet C7< 3 Medical-Dental 1; Train- Colorado Colorado Utah
1)bb.nle 14 1. .U' In ply default. Mrs. Frank Gingrich-W.
ISPN'AfaO-1 Rerslees tehooi..12_ 13 It t e .S7S.S75 177 Nt ing Facilities 2, AGO-1, 2; Administration B. Crabtree lost to Mrs. Al Cabcz- Navy Navy Duke
AUf.1 t.e1..1.. U tl .S44 MO 4, AGO-2 0; AN-P Charles Blank in 19 holes. Florida Florida GeorgiaGa.
AK-A TallllaeUJl School ____ ]4. n M .sis.124 (MS U School 4, AG< ,
PrincetonMichigan PrincetonMichigan PrincetonMichigan
Jackson-Mike Benak lost to Mrs.

Walter Shelly.Dave Shelly, 1-up!
Training Center Opens Intramural Maryland Maryland Maryland
Third Consolation Mrs.
Flight : Purdue Mich. St. Mich. St
Hardwood Nov. 28 Pete Gushanas-Art Kenfield def. Ohio State Ohio State Ohio StateSyracuse -
Competition Mrs. Herb Greene-Marvin Kay, Penn State Penn State .

65.: N. Car. N. Car. S. Car.
Intramural basketball, first at Special Services, extension Fourth-Flight Consolation: Mrs. use USC StanfordSMU
sport on the 1956 Captain DeLong 481. Frank Heyer-Harry Webb beat Tex A&M Tex. A&M
trophy race schedule, will begin Hampton also announced that Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holloday by Tulane Tulane Tulane
at NATTCenter Nov. 28, Special basketball officials are sorely default Army Army Army
Services and wishing to officiate
announced. needed anyone Fifth Flight Consolation: Mrs.A. Steelers Steelers Car Team should turn In,their names
managers' should file
E. Bower-Ken Reed def. Mrs. Eagles Eagles
their entries with Don Hampton to him. Vie Flynn-Bill Lyons, 21. Giants Drowns Browns



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. ner, R. C. Barnhart and
r Comdr. J. R. Dierker +
I A The squadron has also been

t selected to receive the covetedAir
Force Atlantic Fleet Bat 1
tle Efficiency "E" for Inter-
ceptor Fighter Squadrons..
Success of VF-43 in marks- v
manship is properly shared by
the ground crew and ord-
n&ncemen who worked long
and hard to keep the guns in
top firing condition. .

Heavy AttackContinued I

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VAH-1 was witnessed bysome
250 officers and men. Stevens, a
A A World War II Navy Cross winner :5 s rm.
took command following the ;
ID-YEARS' SERVICE-Honored for 10 yean of federal service were (these 18 Supply department disestablishment of VP-3 by Capt. dy.
employees, who received their certificates and pins from Capt. James J. McKlnstry (left), Edwin J. S. Young, CommanderFleet 2 rm.
I Supply Officer. Left to right are Captain McKlnsiry; ?; Noah Horn George Gilliam, E. S. Schultz, Air Wing Eleven, and the EV
Thomas Hlfglnbolham,'Willie Smith John Harris, Abraham Bowers Jay Ellis, Barney Easterlln, establishment of VAH-1 by Capt.J I -
Clarence Bottorff, Estelle Boyd, William! Thlgpen, Daniel Sharpe, Marie Wood, Peggy Bryan, Eli- 3 bdrm.
T. Blackburn, Commander, I
rah Outlaw and Ralph Lake. .. _._. Raker.
Heavy Attack Wing One. Headquarters Widow

F Familiarization With Federal of the Attack Wing are pie. EV : )
SAFETYBox maintained at NAAS Sanford, (night)

Score Employment Is Good IdeaService Fla.Besides Capt.. Young and Capt. 3,rm.Mrs.

Disabling Injuries Through Blackburn, the ceremony was EV .
witnessed by Rear Admiral Del- Navy
personnel being separated from service, and 'veteransand
Tuesday, Oct 25 bert S. Cornwell, Commander with
This Month 0 those retiring have always registered en' interest in Civil Service Fleet Air Jacksonville and Comdr. Mrs.

This Year 19 employment. Many are not too familiar with particulars concerning Edward Johnson, who relinquished 1 bdrm
Days Since Last such employment I. command of VP3. Music was EV .
Lost-Time Accident 26 As an educational feature the 1 furnished by the Jax Navy Band. 3 bdrm
Jax Air News in cooperation disability of 10, percent or more Replacements for VAH-1 will I Dr. ;
with the Florida Department of may become career appointmentson 72729.
be> received from Composite
O4AtO&R Veterans Affairs presents the following completion of a one-year pro- Squadrons at Sanford, which have 2 bdrm.
bationary'period if recommendedby
4 resume of particulars concerning been performing the mission of St.

Awarded Pins Service. Notice appointments of openings in Civil and :temporary the agency.appointments Persons receiving will not heavy',attack.! 4 rm. : I

examination be found at the thereby acquire a competitive civil 3 rm.
may band is permanently and totally .
service status. .
VA Regional Offices, Post Offices djsabl d. Veterans claiming five- EV
For Service and State\Employment Offices. Veterans Preference: Prefer- tima military service are not required 4 rm.

Nature of Appointments: Appointments ence benefits based on Honorable to furnish proof of Hon 2904 Hamilton.'l
Sixty-four employees at Overhaul will be career-condi- separation from the Armed orable separation until the timeof
and Repair department have tional unless otherwise limited. Forces ere," given under certain appointment All other appli- 2 bdrm.
The first of a.career condl- conditions m,,competitive examinations cants shouTd'submit Form 15, together 211.
been awarded lapel pins for 10 ionaltpipolntment year 'will be a pro- lor :original appoint-. "with documentary proof 3 bdrm. ;

yean federal .service"while 20 atlonary 'period. Upon satisfactory ment: specified therein, .at the time of 3119 ( )
more were honored for five years completion of,the probationary Five points are added to the filing application Form 57 or 60, Berine.
service. period, employees acquire 'a earned ratings of the applicant in the case of examinations not
competitive civil: service status. who makes a passing grade and I requiring a written test, or at the 3 bdrm.
Those receiving.: 10-year pins Career-conditional appointments who establishes claim to prefer- time of reporting for the exam-
were Arne Hauger, Lula Speairs, become career appointmentswhen ence based on his or her own II ination, in the case of .examinations without
Charles Dayton, Joseph Goss Jr., employees have completed active service in the Armed' requiring a written test. 3 bdrm.

Douglas Houghton, Harry ,Green Willoe, three years of substantially continuous Forces of the United States during Age Limits: (Note: In the following VA
John Grier '
Vance Doyle service. Present or for- any war or in any creditable paragraph, the phrase, EV .
Koon, John Willis, Hilton.Tucker mer Federal employees who have campaign or expedition.Ten I "on the closing date for accept- I
Henry Sorenson Alton Bowles, already completed the three-year points are added to the ance of applications" applies to 2 bdrm.
Douge Snipes, Joe Parris Amos service requirements will be giv- earned credits of the applicantwho examinations which show a spe- 9-3148
Nicks, William Wallace Hugh en career appointments, subjectto makes a passing grade and cific time limit for the receipt of well.
Dickerson. completion of a new probationary establishes a claim to preferenceas applications. The phrase "on the 4 rms.
Albert M. Diehl,'Clarisa White, period. Career-additional appointments : (a) a disabled veteran, (or date of filing application" appliesto 6725
Joseph Jenkins Mike Nassiff of Veterans with a a Veteran who has been awarded "open continuous" examinations 33',
Frank Shadburn, Susan Edwards, compensable service connected the Purple Heart); (b) the which are announced for receiving or
Cora Owens Arthur Wilson, William !- wife of a disabled veteran who is applications until the Court.
Smith Jr., Charles Adams, C D rriIR disqualified for appointment be- needs of the service have been 3 bdrm.
John Little Frances Antone, cause of his service-connected met.) 5105
Omer Ryan, Martin Hesse William 5 o disability; (c) the unremarried Unless otherwise specified in 1951
Stewart Harvey Maddok, (Sanaa HQBJH widow of a deceased ex-service- ,
laa OHB anna the announcement (a) Applicants Lot 65
William Stuart, Weldon Williams eiaajana sio-p man who served !in the Armed must have reached their 3 bdrm.
Anson Greene Wesley IRjpfl rang na Forces of the United States on 18th birthday on the closing date 6035 ,
Varndoe, Alice Pompey Eligah Bsnlas raua QBE active duty during any war or in for acceptance of applications, or burg.
'. Girven, Lester McLendon. Eisaa_ aania nan ocjiiBHNJJL atm any creditable campaign or expe- on the date of filing application 3 bdrm
dition or, (d) the mother of .
John Hubbard, Clarence Isgett A C 61RIE certain (b) There is no maximum age Ext.
Bernard Mutschler, Victor Spir- A VI I IPmCTAIMlETAM6 RI deceased or' disabled ex-ser limit. (c) These age limits'do not 3 bdrm.
E N T vicemen sons or daughters when
ka, Adrian Roberts, George Williams apply to applicants entitled to 5248
mother is widowed divorced
William Deckert, James veterans'preference.. .
(Answer to Puzzle, Page 2) or separated, or when her hus 2 bdrm.
Sorrell, Charles Ezersky, Henry I Physical Requirements: Specific -
Sumpter, Asa Hagan, Willie Mat- if Hill.
physical requirements, any,
his, Lemon Hall, Carl Player, I Patent Given, on Flying SubA are indicated in the examination 34' 1952

Walter Dobarzynski, Gaspard revolutionary flying sub- announcement. A physical exam Azalea
Lloyd William Barge, Alex marine has been patented here The ballast tanks are then fill- ination will be made by a Fed- 423.
McHugh, Clifford Markham, An- after more than 'three years' ed and the plane is ready to eral medical officer before appointment \
drew R. Carlson, Warren G. Wil- study by the Navy's Bureauof submerge. PerSons who are of- Ride
liams, Donald D. Field, Marin C. Aeronautics. v Designs for the flying sub fered appointment must pay their
Johnston. According to the patent were first submitted to the own expenses in reporting for 1610.
Recipients of five-year pins included titled "Combination Submarineand U. S. Patent Office here on duty. If, upon reporting at the Mrs.
Robert Hellyer, Royce Cecil Aircraft and Method of Oct. 15, 1951. It was then turn- place of assignment, they are Ride
Abraham Isham, Jesse Bald Maneuvering' the Same," the ed over to the Armed Services found ineligible because of physical deen
win, Paul Googe Jr., Angel Aba flying sub would use propeller Patent Advisory Board whereit defects, they cannot be ap EV -
gon, Robert Davis, Brice Greene drive under water and jet was immediately classifiedfor pointed and no part of their ex
John Clayton, James Potter. power in flight. study by the Bureau of pehse in returning home can be Ride
Lloyd Miller, William Atwood, The plane is supposed to fly Aeronautics.The paid by the Government. riders

Alonzo,Whitfield, Woodrow John- to a water landing on skis. As patent was issued to Citizenship: Applicants must nity.
son, Thomas Carter, Wilson it slows to a speed of 35 knotsit Donald B. Doolittle, vicepresident be citizens of, or owe allegiance 8532
George, Leon Williams, Isaac settles on its hull. To sub- of the All American to the U. S. This latter. group I Ride
Kelly, Wilford McBride, George? merge, the propeller is started Engineering Co., Wilmington, consists only of natives of Amer mont
Malone. and the jet engines are cut off. Del. (AFPS) .lean, Samoa. 8280.



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