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Creation Date: November 23, 1955
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I Page Two 23 fefl
JAX AIR NEWS November 195


Count Off Your BlessingsGuests


J11KRIa4Jf 3PubUihid


every.rhured tor Navy UIII Uartat activities U Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. 1'1.. CATHOLIC

CapL1mam S. Harris _HAS. JMtMBtUl Oomraandlnt Officer Sunday Mass 0800, 0900,
Comdr. John N. Allen ExecuUv Officer 1000 St. Edwards ChapeL
PMet Alt .la M.m. ,
Rear Adm. Oelbert I S. Corn*til OommarId.r Saturday 0800.
CapL Richard O tirecM .
Old o| ::itaU Daily 0630.

C"Pt Edwin J. S. 'Tounf .Cleat Air Wlmg Wveatcowdr Commander Sunday 0630 Mass at the
Frank.a Ueyer OUf Stall Officer Hospital Chapel, 1900; Instruction t r' tu
Natal Air Teckalol Tr li. Cutter
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Citpt. Henry C. DeLonjr ____ ________________ Commanding Officer classes, Bldg. 4361. r1i1
Conwlr. Edward W. UUhop LxecuUvt OUkerCaPt. Thursday 1900. Instruction
Naval 11"lt&1 ith
Benjamin N. Alta ______ __ ______ Commandlnir Officer classes, Bldg. 463. uC
Capt. L. A. Newton Executive OlflcerHAKTU
tROTE5TANTtnnr
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett Commandlat O
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Comdr. Laurenct .'. btetfcnhacea: Executive Officer Thursday: November 24
1100 Special Service of
The JAX AIR NEWS It published sty at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Thanksgiving.
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially; wltfc fto..a proprtatM funds
.t no expense to the government and In compliance: with NAVEXOS H-35. Rev. Saturday November 2C
Nov. IMS. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the hcticalInstructionLutheran
Naval Air Tf'<'hnl'JITralNIDC Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the .1000 Cat "w' r '
U, S. Naval UOIIII1 J.St'nlce. ( ) for children.
Information Officer-Lt. Ted Morgan
Sunday November 27
Editor-Andrew H. Planry
Ats't Editor-Deda Moore; Staff Rf porter*-Jack Hotmet Pill: Marion 0800 Episcopal Communion
Cracraft. JO2: ; Nancy Ward. JOSN; Joe Ganllll. YMZ Service, Chaplain Nickelson.
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member ot the Armea force Pren Service
APPS material appearing la this publication may not be reprinted without 0930 Sunday School for ages
the written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other 4 through Jr. High, Bldg. 804.
matter vxcept e publications, U prohibited without permission of
Editor. JAX byNEWS. 0930 Service of Divine Worship -
Editorial office located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Chaplain
Stephenson.
B348. 21b and 8164.You .
1100 Service of Divine Worship -

; Learn By Observing 1900, Chaplain- The United Carpenter.Fellowshipof

Protestants, Bldg. 804. ..

Driving Errors of OthersPractice 1900. Monday- Lutheran, November Instruction 28 Permitted To Partake

makes perfect So the nation's auto drivers are

urged today to practice for the next 3' days to insure a "perfect" Saints'Classes,ChapeL Chaplain Pieper. All- Of Annual Turkey Day Meal

performance on S-D Day.

.. The, second national observance of Safe-Driving Day, spon- Classes 1900 Episcopal ,Instruction Thanksgiving dinner guests will be allowed in mess halls
Chaplain Nickelson
sored by the President's Committee for Traffic Safety, will Bldg. 563. aboard the Station for personnel authorized to subsist on the gen-

be held on Dec 1 in an attempt to prove that voluntary indi- Thursday, December 1 eral mess and for those drawing commuted rations, according to
vidual and community action can hold traffic deaths and in- : an official! ,announcement
1900 All-Saints' Choir RehearsaL
juries well below the normal tolL
Since a reasonable limitation
IN ASKING THAT the next 8 days be used as a practice have one non-family guest, either
ST. LUKE'S CIIAPEL must be placed on the number of lady or gentleman.The .
period, safety leaders hoped that the S-D record this year would
show an improvement over the 15 percent reduction in deaths 1100. Service of Thanksgiving guests, this year's practice pro- member authorized to

achieved on S-D Day last year. I vides that each member may subsist in general mess must!

One good way to practice according to experts is to ob- 0930-Sunday Sunday November School 27 have as guests his wife, all of his be in uniform. Verbal Identification

serve the driving errors of others for the next 8 days. By 0930 Divine Nursery. children, and both of his par. of the guests by the
watching the mistakes of other' drivers, the rules of the road Tuesday Worship. ents. If he has no immediate member to the masteratarmswill

and the dangers in failing to follow them are brought home 1900 Lutheran, November 29 member of his family, he may be accepted unless there
much more forcibly. Instruction is cause for the authorities to

HERE ARE SOME POTENTIALLY dangerous driver actionsto Saints'Classes, Chaplain Pieper, All- 'I Classes, Chaplain Nickelson, make further inquiry in any

watch for: ChapeL Bldg. 563, NATTC Chaplain's Of- case.
1. Excessive speed, especially at night, in bad weather 1900 Episcopal Instruction I fice.BROWNBAGGER I Special meal tickets for these

and in heavy traffic. _..,"'___. ._._,_.., h. guests and for personnel on commuted

2. Passing several cars at once, or on hills, curves and rations are being sold by
intersections where there is not a clear view ahead. the cashier in the mess halls at

3. Following too closely. Naval Air Stations and Naval

4. Weaving and sudden lane changing. Air Technical Training Center

5. Sudden stops. h Tuesday and Wednesday during

6. Turning from the wrong lane. iLr1 I Isrx the noon meaL

7. Passing on the right, except on multi-lane highways r Charges based upon a notice

where it is permitted. w r from BuSandA are as follows:
8w Speeding through traffic lights on the yellow. $1.20 for civilian guests, $1) for
9. Jackrabbit starts at stop lights and other childish com- enlisted personnel authorized to

petition with other drivers. purchase meals, 60 cents for dependent

10. Failure to observe, stop signs, especially making rolling : children under 12 yean

.. stops at intersections.MOVIES. )kq k:2 of age.

I .
YY Commissary Store
Our Front Cover
I : To Close Nov. 30

Joneses Typify The Commissary Store locatedin

Thursday November 24 Building 135, will be closed

Mainside Long Gray Line Navy FamilyTypical for monthly inventory all day

(color drama Cine): Tyrone of the many Navy Wednesday, November 30. The

Power, Maureen O'Hara. families who will gather around store will be open for business

NATTC Ft. Yuma (outdoor thedinner table to enjoy the as usual on Thursday, Decem

drama): Peter Graves, Joan traditional Thanksgiving Day ber 1.

Vohs. feast is the Jacksonville. Navy master-at-arms at NAn-Center CHOW-John Sarre., Ql\I1, Galley Three! I t. .
checks Gentleman who
10
farmer Man
Hospital African Manhunt family pictured on Page 1.. of Supply, as the"Station galleys James Gibbons, PRl, :
to opened the mess halls tips his hat time he
"brown last week every passesa
(Adv. drama): Myron Healey, It's the family of J. W. Jones, banefS" on a par.as-rou-eat-b3ss. tomato.

Karin Booth. RM1, of NAS Communications

Friday, November 25 and Mrs. Jones who offer NAVY

Mainside -*Land of The Pha- thanks traditional before partaking' of the EXCHANGEThe I Prayers For Thanksgiving-II I I I"Oh
holiday feast.
roahs (color drama Cine): Jack
Hawkins, Joan Collins. Counter clockwise are shown, God -
beginning with Mrs. Jones, whois Whose mercies are Lincoln in 18SS. It is now a part
NATTC Line without
Long Gray
number
; and
a native of Plymouth Eng- the treat- of American heritage
our glorious
(color drama Cine
)
: Tyrone tire of Whose goodness
land twins is
Paul and Pat infinite -
Power, Maureen O'Hara. .
age 6; Jones; Carol, age 3 and big shopping rush is now tee render thanks to Thee A.C observe this holiday tomorrow
Hospital Ft. Yuma outdoor for the gifts
( Shirley age 4. in full swing at the Navy Ex- bestowed' upon us of
and by proclamation
drama): Peter Graves, Joan Jones, a veteran of World change Toyland. The toy warehouse Thy our country, evermore asking President Eisenhower, let w en-

Vohs. War II combat joined the Navy has been emptied and alloys dolt grant clemency the that 03 Thou endeavor to capture the Spirit

r Saturday, November 26 in 1942, in Kansas City, Mo. have been transferred to that ask, petitions of them of Thanksgiving. We are truly
so
Mainside Like most Navy families the Toylands at Mainside and at the never forsake us, has been
A Lawless Street our country and a fortunate people. Life
Joneses have moved around Branch Stores. our loved ones,
(color western Scott through Christ to us. As we
Randolph our Lord exceptionally good
\ Amen.
quite a bit The twins were If the toy you want is sold out Lt.
, ...." Angela Lansbury. born in Newport, R. I.; Carol at one Toyland, try one of the Navy(jg) Martin Gibbons pause, to count our many llcss-

NATTC Land of The Pha- was born in Vallejo, Calif., and other Exchanges. There are sev- Chaplain"Thanksgiving legs, our hearts should overflow

r roahs (color ,drama Cine): Jack Shirley at Quonset Pt, R. L en Toylands as follows: Mainside Kith a gratitude that must l be

t.. Hawkins, Joan Collins. Jones met his wife :Mary (Building 954, above the Coun- Day \Cds ong'- expressed in private prayers to,

". Hospital Long Gray Line while stationed at Plymouth try Store); NATTCenter; Naval noted by Governor WUHam and public worship of, Cod from
"
I England, aboard the destroyer hospital; NAS Cecil Field; Green Bradford, in the "
1' color Plymouth .
" ( drama Cine): Tyrone Cove Colony whom an blessings flov
tender USS Hamul. Springs; NAAS Mayportand Ml, and
Power, Maureen O'Hara. Glynco Ga. Was first pro- Lt. lay Nfchel-on
,
cWmed' '
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23 ,November 1955 JAX AIR NEWS PagE Three


Hold Mess tbcu

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ManagementSeminar


HereThe

u r" I
Bureau of Naval Personnel
conducted a week-long seminar -, I'We
.
Gather Together: The storyof
on the operation and man .
'
t. Thanksgiving. A compact UtUe
agement of and closed :
open Volume with a wealth of interest- .-:
messes and enlisted clubs, last t ;tI
ing material which, while concentrating
week at the Naval Air Station: : {
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t T on our own festival and ;. t.
:Embracing installations within : the tradition of sharing with the "I

the Sixth, Eighth, Ninth and Fif poor, gives a history of harvest ':) \
teenth Naval Districts, the semi festivals from Old Testament days '. \\1
nar was directed by Comdr. Ken through those of the old World. 'I I'
neth Steen. Director of Special 1 An especially interesting chapteris I)

Services, BuPers, assisted by D. 1t devoted to "Squanto-Ne-glected
M. Clayton, Head, Officers' Messes Hero the Indian who made pos ,J
and Enlisted Men's Club si'ble'lhe first Pilgrim feast of \

Branch, of the Bureau of Personnel 4 Thanksgiving.

and T. '''E. White, Mess Truth Is One: The story of the

Coordinator, NAS Patuxent River TURKEY TIME-Two commissary men at NAS Jax Mainside\ world's great living religions which
Md. Galley show bow they "carve the bird" Some 1,%" pounds of demonstrate the continued thanksgiving .
The conducted turkey will be served to an estimated 1,500 at NAS and S,100 and gratitude to God whichis
program was pounds to 3,200 at NATTCenter at the traditional Thanksgiving
the of :
expression this week.
In two sections, with a total dinner from 1030 to 1300 tomorrow. The artisans left torl&'ht
attendance of 126. ) Thaddeus Noon, CSS; and Floyd Howell, CSS. are' ( _.._........n.__.._........._- Forest' and The Fort Excellent
CONCENTRATED PREPAR- reading at any time; recommend. ..
The first section was devotedto Modern Methods Help, But ATION Modern equipmentmeans ed now only because the season h
the proper operation of closed that today's traditional calls the early settlers. mind. ,
messes. The second section was holiday menu served even for
concerned with the duties of Still Counts In many can be prepared much Our Lusty Forefathers: If you've
mess treasurers and managers of Experience speedier than in the olden i heard so much about the Pilgrimswho
days. Here an up-to-date slicing landed on Plymouth Rock
Chief Petty Officers' and Enlisted of
machine
representative that you agree with Morlc/j quip
Men's clubs. in in :
modern machinery use
DinnerThanksgiving ,: that "the country would be better
Preparing Turkey the galleys enables the crew
Capt. William S. Harris, commanding I to work in a regularly scheduled I off If Plymouth Rock had landedon J
officer of the Station, breakfast on Thanksgiving the Pilgrims" we suggest this
officially welcomed those attend fare for personnel at the Naval Air Station Day Thaddeus Noon, CS2, enlightening volume! As the title .
I
ing both sections of the annual promises to be even more bounteous than that first is. at the m.uhlne.Seaplanes. implies there were others among _
seminar which closed Friday, harvest dinner"that inaugurated for Americans the "Day of: our forefathers who took their

Nov. 17.Large. Thanksgiving. customs, their human frailties and '
With modern packaging and TopicNextJaxTVSlcow Joyful It .
ways clear across the "
storage of foods, the newest in well as that of the Naval Sta- coun

Group galley equipment, and the expe- tion. Chief B. R. Butler supervises try.For
rience of Navy commissarymenin "sweets" for the Navy. I those who want to relax
number THESE EXPERTS of the galley The Jacksonville Naval AirStation's with a book after the full,feasting,
serving a large ,
Enrolls At important role i in the we _
suggest some recently received '
Thanksgiving dinner does not have to think in big numbers I
Atlantic Fleet's seaplane operations titles:
need be weeks in ad- when it to feeding tre-
to prepared comes a
will be the topic of next From
an Land
AGO SchoolTwo Antique : Ancientand
vance as was traditional for so mendously large group such as
Monday evening's local "ThisIs modem life in the '
Middle East
,
many years.In I this. They have made the follow
Your. Navy" television pro illustrated with
some of the most
hundred and sixty-six contrast, about 70 persons : ing estimates as to the amounts gram. beautiful color
Navy Ensigns, fresh from Officer will be involved in the actual I of the basic items prepared for The program will include photographs we'veseen.

Candidate School at Newport, R. work that goes into the Thurs- tomorrow's menu: turkey, 1240 films showing how Fleet Air- Guns of Chlcnmaug'a Novel of
I., were checking in to the Naval day feast for an estimated 1,500 Ibs.; shrimp, 300; corn, 220; potatoes craft Service Squadron 109's Civil War reporter sent by his a

Air Technical Training Centers enlisted personnel and their 700; peas, 170; cottage beaching crew launch and retrieve paper as a political
Aviation Ground Officer School guests, according to R. A. Couk, cheese, 108; fresh milk 200 gal the huge flying boats Overdraft on Glory spy.: Invention

this week with classes openingnext leading chief at the NAS galley. lons. and a "live" interview with of a Jet plane is the backgroundfor

Monday. WHEN THE FICST contingentof According to William Pace, CSC, James R. Goldsmith, AB1, one a novel of 1908-and we know
Last week's record graduatingclass four cooks report for duty at at NATTCenter, some 17 cooks in of the crew's beachmasters. you didn't expect that! i
of 166 officers was far surpassed Mainside galley at midnight to. three galleys are preparing for "This Is Your Navy" is tele- Way to the Gold: Suspense and
by this week's incoming night, 10 hours of concentrated some 3,200 Center personnel 3,100 cast every Monday evening at excitement when several people
group. effort will begin in order to be pounds of turkey, 700 pounds of 1930 by WJIIP-Telcvision. try to find the gold from an old
Wishing last Friday's class ready to serve from 1030 to about shrimp, 1,500 pounds of potatoes, train robbery.

Godspeed in their next duties, 1300. Ten more cooks will aug- 500 pounds of peas, 1,100 gallonsof Seaman to Marine: "I didn't Blade of Honor: 16th century
Capt. Henry C. DeLong, NATT- ment the total number of cooksto milk 4,500 rolls 1,000 loaves of want to marry her for her mon- France with all the cloak and dag.

Center commanding officer, pre- 14 by '0400. Breakfast sched- bread, among other items. ey, but I didn't know any other ger suspense you'd expect from
sented diplomas to the graduateswho uled between 0600 and 0730 to- Couk's interest in the culinaryarts way to get it." i such a setting

included Lcdr. Shigeki Ku- morrow morning complicates goes back to his boyhood .... .. .. .-- .. .... -
wabara of the Japanese Maritime matters somewhat although the when he learned to cook from ,:' :'; .. ';:} ,>J>' ',. '
Service. preparation of the "turkey and his father, who was in the restaurant ., ,: I

Comdr. Dwight Asmus, AGO fixins" retains paramount place. business. Later, as a cook "
Training Officer, announced that Also 30 messmen will begin at in the CC camps, he was startedon ; 1
c
scholastic honors were won by 0500, their activities concerned his present career of super .
Ensign Robert Traver, and that with the serving of a Navy meaL vising big Navy galleys."I (

recognition awards were pre- The bakeshop with its 15 bakers want to give credit to the

sented Ensign Henry Shockleyand has been preparing festive pas- crew for their suggestions as wellas e
Ensign Richard Humble, who tries for the messes at both for the work they have done,"
tied for first place. NATTCenter and Mayport as Chief Couk pointed out. "It is not:.
my work alone, for I always
learn something from the men
BIG TURKEY DAY MENU who work with me."
.
Personnel dining at the NAS, NATTCenter and Mayportmess
halls on Thanksgiving Day will feast like kings and Tiny Atomic Lamps
queens. The traditional turkey dinner, with all the trimmings,

will include: Ofl Some Ships _.i-

Shrimp Cocktail/Lemon Wedges Consomme Anglaise
The Navy is installing small
Roast Stuffed Vermont TurkeyOld atomic "lamps" on some of its

Fashion Cornbread Dressing Browned Chestnut Gravy ships. The principle used is the

Snowflake Irish Potatoes Buttered Kernel Corn same as a luminous watch dial,

French Style Fresh Peas Chilled Cranberry Sauce but many times more powerfuL. 1-

Cottage Cheese on Lettuce Leaf Saltines The lamps are actually small
plastic markers that from I
range
Assorted Salad Bar of Sliced Tomatoes
1 to l'/4 inches in diameter, a
Stuffed Celery Sticks little larger than the ordinary
Hearts of Lettuce with Chiffonade Dressing wrist watch.

Assorted..Olives Radishes Sweet Pickles Navy scientists said that the

Assorted Nuts markers contain'radioactive substance PROMOTIONS-Wearing the bats of chief petty officers these
Butter Parker House Rolls produced by the atomic former white hats were fflcially promoted last Saturday at Com
I energy program. standing Beer's Inspection at NATTCenter by Capt. Henry C.
Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream and Fruit Cake The markers glow continuouslyand DeLong. Receiving diplomas are (left to right) Frank Grantham
Ice Cream Fresh Milk Hot Coffee last several years. The larger GEC; Robert MeneUa, GFC; William Grove, ARC; rash Fin-
Cher: AEC; John lUna, AEG; Don Peterson, AEC; Jeff Lazarus,
Pears Candies, Cigarettes Cigars ones emit light visible for a maximum
Grapes, Oranges ABC; Kianer Hun AKC. Promotions were effective Nmm-
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Let's All Give Thanks"Religious Chaplains Note



Services Set 180th Birthday


-. November
-

S For Thanksgiving Day "If I take the wings 27 of the

morning and dwell in the
Thanksgiving Special services to which all hands have termost parts of the sea ute

been invited to participate, have been scheduled for Thursday there shall Thy hand lead; even

: at chapels aboard the Naval Air Station. and Thy right hand shall me,
hold
The second annual Laymen'sThanksgiving ,"
me Psalm
( service to be held at 1000 Thursday at AilSaints'Chapel 139.
Daily and Sunday
(Protestant) will be conducted from 0630
when. Catholic Mass is
held
for
entirely by commanding
Near 100cyoExpected officers of Naval commands based Navy and Marine 1 students
through evening
aboard the Station. Comdr. M.'O. meetings oi

Stephenson, chaplain at NATT- guidance and instructions, the
For Center and Lcdr. Malcolm CarPenter five Chaplains at the Naval Air

chaplain at NAS Jax,will Technical Training Center have a

briefly open the ceremonies.A busy time.Sunday .

PO AdvancesAlmost 30-minute organ recital by El the anniversary, November of the 27, marks
Paul Hamill Navy
I PN3, will precedethe
all enlisted Chaplains Corps which, since the
Navy personnel Processional led by colors
HONOR GRADUATE-Congratulations from Albert Pratt, Continental Congress in 1775, instructed
who pass the third and second and followed by the white-robed -
assistant Secretary of the Navy, are extended to Gerald Sohn, the ship commanders
class: petty officer examinations 50-voice All-Saints' Choir, allProtestant seaman, from Fasron Six, for annexing: the honor man slot upon the 13 Colonies of
to be given in February will chaplains in the area graduation from Naval School of Justice, Newport, R. L Sohns "to take care that
be promoted, according to high and commissioned officers. scholastic average was among the highest ever recorded in the Divine service be performed

Navy authorities.A S school's history.Fasron. twice a day on board, and a serv

near 100 percent promotion is The service will open with a ice preached on board unless bad

also expected in 16 chief petty officer general proclamation, issued by Man Top StudentAt weather accidents or other"extraordinary

ratings.The Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, prevent, has devoted

increased petty officer pro- Commander Fleet Air J ax. The Naval Justice SchoolTop and 180 years of devotion to Service
religious
leadership to
Thanksgiving will be de Navy
mations will come because a great Message
number of first-crulse petty officers livered by Capt. William S. Harris honors at the Naval fall of 1952 he studied--law at- land, sea,' and air personnel.

are leaving the ,service and commanding officer of the School of Justice, Newport, R. Harvard University and sub Duties of the five Navy Chap-

must be replaced. In addition to Station I", have been earned by Gerald sequently entered the Univer- lains at the Training Center

... accelerating its reenlistment drive, Capt. Edward J. S. Young, Sohn, SN, from Fasron Six, sity of Miami in the summerof embrace five different faiths.
i the Navy will open up every conceivable Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven whose scholastic average was 1953. The Navy is interdenominational -

avenue leading toward a will lead the responsive read among the highest ever recorded Sohn graduated from Andrew however, and persons of

(higher rate. ing, which will be followed by a in the school's history. Jackson High School in any religious faith can consult
,
If the Navy attains its promotion Thanksgiving prayer rendered by A native of Jacksonville, 1948 and is the son of, Mr. and any Chaplain for guidance or

goal, approximately three- Capt. Henry C. DeLong, com Sohn topped a class of 59 to Mrs. Benjamin Sohn of 2358 instruction.
I fourths of all personnel in pay- manding officer of NATTCenter. Comdr. Martin O. Stephenson -
win the slot of honor man. He Riverside Ave.Garden.
i;grade > ,-3/must(; take the February The Scripture reading will be is a graduate of the Universityof senior chaplain, at the Center

I examination, and three-fourths of given by Capt. Wilson R Bart- Florida College of Law and explained that the work included -

those participating must pass the lett commanding officer of Na is a member of the Florida bar. Club character education; a
exams. val Air Reserve Training Unit. combination of lecture and instruction -

I, To enable more personnel to take Prior to entering the Navy in Reveals Two ; letter writing to parents -
August he served as assistantto
the February exams, which will Four anthems will be sung by of incoming students; replies
the Florida state
I Include CPO tests in all ratings, the All-Saints' Choir, and a spe attorney to all letters from parents;
general in Tallahassee. In the
the Bureau of Naval Personnel has cial solo, "Divine Redeemer" by ProjectsThe deliverance of all messages re

authorized extension beyond Dec. Gounod, will be sung by Miss garding death or serious illness
I 1 for those required to take per Miriam Firth. beautification of the court in the family; arrangement of

formance tests. These tests can betaken At. St. Edward's Chapel (Cath Barrels Out For yard between St. Edward's Cha emergency loans throu h Navy

any time before the February olic), Capt. Herbert P. McNally, pel and All-Saints' Chapel, and Relief and Red ,Cross agencies;

exams, which begin Feb. 7, I senior chaplain, will offer a Low Toys For Tots the area around the Station band counciling on personal problems

1956. Mass Thursday at 0800. Confessions shell, was adopted as a civic project of military adjustment, marriage
Capt. Philip Burnham, exec- by the newly organized: Na
.
will be heard Wednesdayat and family and finances; conducting
utive officer of the Marine
val Air Station Circle of'the
1830. services
religious
; cooperation
At St. Luke's Reserve Training Detachment, Garden Club of Jacksonville ata and
Awards To Chapel (Naval and co-chairman with civilian churches;
of the
Junior
Hospital), Lcd r. William A. Chamber of meeting held last Friday at the Sunday School instruction and
Commerce's
Girl Scout Swets, Protestant chaplain at the for Tots committee announcedthat Toys Officers' Club.Particular supervision. -
Hospital, will hold special attention will be One Chaplain always is on
barrels
Thanksgiving services inS t. the have been placedat given to plantings that will serveas duty at the Training Center incase

Troop 35Girl I Luke's Chapel at 0930. The sub Navy toy department of each -permanent setting for the of emergency, and the reli.
Exchange and in the
!ject of his sermon will be "The Nativity scene erected on the gious aspect of military life is
lobby of the 0 & R for collection
Scout Troop 35 will hold : Art of Gratitude." The congregation of toys. chapel grounds every Christmas. a 24-hour service to personnel.
its'Court of Awards on Nov. 28 I will join In singing selected Mrs. Ira J. Varnedoe, of the In addition to Commander

at 1530 at the Girl Scout House hymns, and a duet will be This year's campaign is expected Jacksonville club, sponsor of the Stephenson the NATTCenter

aboard the Station. sung by Monte Shanks, HN, and to be even larger with NAS Circle, presented a programon Chaplains are Lt. Gordon Griffin

Girls to receive the SecondClass Ronald Conroy, HM3. Mrs Swets the help of each person in the dried floral arrangements, illustrating Baptist; Lt. Jay V. Nickelson,

Rank arc Nunna Allen, will preside at the organ. community. her talk with several Episcopal; Ltjg( ) Martin Gib

Pamela Bagwell, Barbara De- arrangements.Four bons, Catholic; and Ltjg( ) Paul

Long, Linda Dexter, Charlotte tr. chairmen were named by Pieper Lutheran.
: ;,
Dunnan, Martha Estes, Sandra Mrs. James J. McKinstry, presi 4S.
Fly, Barbara Geoffrion, Linda dent. They were Mrs. Wilson R.

Irvin, Pat Snider and Jill Stahl. w Ito, Bartlett, chaplain; Mrs. J. C. '
Those receiving the Swimmers SI Davison, civic; Mrs. G. R. Mills, 112
,Badge are Pain Bagwell, Barbara flower show; and Mrs. L. A. New Reported

!DeLong, Sandra Fly, Anne Hines, k ton, junior gardeners.

.Christine 'Johnston, Janet Rogers. l Twenty five members were RIFs Explained

The Canoe Badge was awarded present.
z : Station's Industrial
The Naval Air
,tO Sandra Fly and Ann Hines.
'The Campcraft Badge will go to Captain's PromotionFor Relations office has issueda
''Barbara DeLong. The Needlecraft clarification on the earlier announcement

Badge will be received by Jan- Comdr. McAfeeComdr. I of a reported reduce
tion of 112 employees from the
ette Bostwick and Patricia Sni. .
Morgan
j der. The Dancer Badge and the .._ the Dental Department F. McAfee of NAS of Station payroll.
According to IRD, employeeswho
Health Aid Badge will be awarded Infirmary has been
j 5Dl00LMr promoted to status and
hold permanent
,
to Mary Louise Kennedy. the rank of Captain
The Year' .those who 'have indefinite should
One Pin will be ;
"'
., Capt. McAfee had been I order. The
not be effected by the
awarded to Nunna Allen, Pamela ,. promoted
to commander rank on I expiration 'of temporary appointments
p Bagwell Barbara DeLong, Linda
July 20, 1945. I of
He is senior' number
t Dexter, Martha Estes, Sandra aSsistant and the normal
f..as to Capt. M. Meradith I to accomplish
1 head resignations are expected
Fly, Linda Irvin, Pat Snider, Jill 5524. of the Dental ,
Dept. cutback
p Stahl, and Kitty Martin. I the necessary
The Girl Scout Pin and The Before coming to ,Jax three the Industrial Relations office

i World Pin will be received by : months ago from USNH, Bethesda announces.
___ __ ,
nn Md., Captain
McAfee had
Eloise Chambers, Charlotte Dun ----
nan, Barbara Geoffrion and ARMAMENT CONTROL CHADS-First graduates of the aircraft served at USNA, Annapolis, Mi, -

':'Mary Lewis. Naval armament Air Weapons control School systems of NATTCenter maintenance, course class O at USNK, San Diego, Calif., USNH, WEEKEND TIDE
departed last Seattle
: ; .,.., Troop 35 is happy to :welcome Left to right, front, they are Stanwood' Griffith, AQlTLt; week. Wash., USMCRD Parr men LOW
j:' the ,:f'olowir' ) i :-p-e w--"members: HeJ1denon! and CpL Albert I10811*'. Ear,are school officers Stanley(left Island, S. C, the ,USS Samaritan ,l A.M. P.M. A.M. p.M.

Nancy Keen, thIdary JanCjK-, "to 'rtghtCWOEoy'Blood; CWO ,AI: Hughes and Lt. Kenneth: USS Midway, Naval Sta- Fri. 2:39 2:59: 8:46: 9:10:
41'p)neth'and" ) KgoIsesu The coarse' 1s one of twounder, :, the'new:: conversion;.of ; tr n.K t r West 'aid 10",:
Jeanne Kennedy., y tf rate;program to aviatkm, Ire control technician ; : tdl t ; T\1trP\ ,; W v Sat.i' :4t90( '4:50: 10:42
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!VC-62 New Owner For Flight Recognition Of Old Inner Tube' I J


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FROM Composite Squadron 62 of
Jacksonville is the new possessor e/ ;.
HERE AND THERE of the "New Order of ; ;
the Old Inner Tube." :

"How is your wife?" the man The award, originated in Mayof Tomorrow, November 24, we.
celebrate our traditional Thanksgiving
.
asked an old friend he hadn'tseen this by Fasron
year Nine at
*
-a day set especially aside ,
for years."She's NAS Cecil Field, provides recog.
for and
in heaven/' replied the nition for squadrons who have prayer gratitude. '
Before sitting: down to that
friend. logged
above-average flight i
"Oh, I'm sorry," then he realized time. Thanksgiving Day turkey, with
that was not the thing to VC-62 was presented the unique a. all the trimmings, we'can mentally

say, so he added, "I mean I'm award last Friday by Comdr. Eugene contemplate how fortunate we are.
And that Z62,8 BRJ For one day out of 365: let's
glad. was even worse. Verdery, skipper of Fasron I2S3C.7.FIA'J I
He finally came out with, "Well, Nine. Just like its title implies, forget our small peeves and gripes.
Instead look around and count our
I'm the award is an old, patched in. I.-.P/Lor.!
surprised"a. ner tube. blessings. How many others wish I
they could trade places with us
Lawyer: "You say you want to AS ORIGINATOR of the Old today and everyday.

get a divorce on the grounds that Inner Tube, Fasron Nine's seven Remember service women, although -
your husband is careless about pilots had an average of 2,530.7 kV a you may not be home with
his appearance flight hours. VC-62 based its :, your loved ones during this holiday

Client: "Yes, he hasn't shownup claim io the award on an average season, the job you are doing
..
!
in nearly two year;'' flight time of 2,529.8 flight rnllil.L here in the Navy is an importantone
hours for 42 pilots. : or you wouldn't be here.
a.
Ten VC-62 pilots have logged Our best Thanksgiving greetingto
S $
ae: > s' w
The man who doesn't believe, over 3,000 flight hours, with the all Waves and Lady Marine
that women are hard losers never serving at Jacksonville
skipper, Comdr. Donald Dietz, commands.
-
knew one who was trying to, the -- S SIt
leading pack with over .
reduce. 5,600 KING OF THE 'OLD INNER TUBERS' Comdr; Don Dietz:
hours. Total flight time for all Is guaranteed that the Waves
fIIrbtboun
skipper of Composite Squadron 62, holds aloft the average
squadron pilots is 106,251 hoursa of pilots of Fasron Nine, originator of the "New Order of Barracks will not be left out in
A quick thinking employeecame lot of flight experience in any the Old Inner Tube," and VC-62. Composite Squadron 62 is the the cold when it comes to decorate
up with a new one when league. new owner of the tube, having recorded the highest flight-hour ing and setting up Christmas displays
his foreman demanded, "How IN RELINQUISHING the bat- average. Comdr. Diets leads the VC-62 pilots with oVer 5,600 in front of the barracks
hours actual pilot time, and 3H hours on auto-pilot.
come you're sleeping on the job?" tered old tube to the jet photo Plans are being made and as a result -
"Goodness," replied the employee reconnaissance squadron, Comdr. 62 was the only unit to submit a of flying accomplished being a the two Wave barracks should

"can't a man close his Verdery said, "Although this total claim for the "N.O.O.T.O.I.T., determining factor." be fully decorated for the holiday
eyes for a moment of prayer?" is slightly short of the Fas with other squadrons apparently Any fighter, attack, composite, season.

.- ron Nine average, it is felt that not able to qualify, in this flight photographic, search (anti-sub), .
the award should be presentedto time average. or fleet aircraft service squadron The Waves lounge Is picking up,
Court-martial board to convicted the Composite Squadron in VC-62 INTENDS to expand the desiring to enter the second com. business. More personnel are realizing
man: "I'm giving you the view of the type of flying ace scope ot the Old Inner Tube to petition for the award should as time goes by that the
maximum punish me pt. I'm goingto complished." include all fleet carrier -type submit their claim directly to Waves own lounge a good placeto
turn you loose to worry about The first competition was squadrons and Fasrons in the VC-62. enjoy yourself. Don't forget the

world conditions" and the high to all Fleet Air Jax fighter open, at- Navy. In accordance with the Flight time averages for the weekly par tie. sponsored by
cost of living. tack, and fleet aircraft service wishes of the originators, the I end of any month will be checked NATTCenter Waves which are
squadrons. It was noted that VC- tube will be awarded, with a new against VC-62's average at the held on Monday evenings.
Lieutenant: "The Wave who patch on it, to "The squadronthat end of that month. The second *

sneaked out of the barracks last has the highest flight time competition closes on March 30, Speedy recovery wishes are sent

night and met the sailor over by average per pilot, with the type .1956. to the following gals, now recoverIng *
that tree will step forward. Er SAFETYBox in the Naval Hospital: Ricky,

Uh. Urick, Ann Cooper, Mary Royster,
"Detail, halt!" ,I Score- Air Group 4 Returning With Janice Shirley Taylor Ball.Draftees. Robna Pisco, and

a S a
Disabling Injuries Through
.
It was the first time she had Tuesday, Nov. 22 Records Of AchievementsPilots
been out to dinner with, them, This Month 2 Due
and they smiled indulgently as This Year 20 from Carrier Air Group Four were scheduled to land
she refused a whiskey and soda. Days Since Last here today after being delayed nearly 48 hours on their return from Bonus For

"I've never touched it in my Lost-Time Accident 15 six months Mediterranean duty aboard! the carrier USS Intrepid.AIRLANT .
life," she exclaimed.
Going RegularNavy
Weather conditions) kept the launched this .morning some 50-
"Why not try it? urged her
carrier from at Norfolk 75 miles from Norfolk and touch
arriving
,
host. draftees be discharged
"See if you like the taste. Etiquette is learning to yawn can
Va. Monday where air en. down here shortly before noon.
group and immediately enlisted
She blushed and shyly Consented with your mouth shut.
and he poured her out a S. listed men were to be airlifted The air group is comprised of in the regular Navy for a

mixture which she delicately Small boy's definition of conscience here yesterday. The airlift is ten- Fighter Squadrons 22, 44, 173, three, four, or six year hitch.
tatively set for today and Thurs. VA-45 and a detachment fromVC62. Those who reenlist in the
raised to her lips. "Why, she : Something that makes Regu*
cried"you've Scotch." before tar Navy after completing their
given me you tell your mother your day.Planes
sister does. were scheduled to be COMMANDED BY Comdr. J. 9-weeks recruit training receivea
B. Howland, CVG-4 squadrons reenlistment bonus.

.. participated in NATO Opera- No such bonus is given to those
tions: Carte Blanche, Red Trident who sign up for the Regular

:i I' II, Blue Trident II, Foxpawand Navy when they first reach the
Lake Major. These exercises recruiting station.
included close air support mis Inductees who do not chooseto
sions with the Greek and Ital- join the Regular Navy are re-
ian armies, and numerous simu- quired to complete their two-year
lated strikes against targets in obligated service.

(Personnel are Invited to visit France, Turkey and England. Inductees could request reen.
the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 uIrnqUL During the cruise VF-22 was listment in the Regular Navy at
West Monroe St. The club is open awarded the coveted AirLant any time during their two-year

from 0930 to 2330 daily). __ Battle Efficiency ,"E" for 'beingthe draft period. Those wanting to

Wednesday, November 23. top All ,Weather Interceptor Join the Regular Navy will be
2000, Sounds in Modern Discs. Fighter Squadron in the Atlantic.The discharged for the convenienceof

Thursday, November 24 squadron flew more than the government, then immediately

Thanksgiving,. Open at 1300; Special 1300 sorties during the six month reenlisted in the Navy.
period and logged some 1500
Thanksgiving buffet supper
sha, and J. J. Huber.
free at 1800 flight hours.Individual.
; 2000, Talent show. :I. Attack Squadron 45, the
Friday, November 25 2000, J "E's" were awarded "Blackbird" squadron, chalkedup :
to VF-22 pilots and Lt. A.
Square Dance. \ D. more than 2500 days hours
Saturday, November '26-Open Fowler Jr., made the squadron's and nearly 200 at night. The
r4
al 1000; Dancing and special 1000th landing for the' cruise quadron's detachment at Port
aboard the
.food. at the snack bar Intrepid Lyautey accounted for 800 of the

Sunday, November 27 1000, FIGHTER SQUADRON 44 pilots total hours utilizing only six

Coffee Hour,. off to Church; 1730, averaged more than 25 hours planes during a four month period .
Vespers and refreshments; 2000, per pilot each month, totaling i II
Free movie (Just Across The y approximately 2300 hours for the I The longest hop of the cruise .
Street). i-: ___ ... cruise. Since boarding the Intrepid I and also in the history of VA-45

Monday, November 28 'E' FOR VF43Comdr. Thomas Coppedge Jr. early this year, nine VF- was flown in October by Lcdr.
Ping pong and skating. right) congratulates Comdr. John Dierker on having commanded 44 pilots have made over 100 William Shroyer and Ltjg(
VF-43 daring the period for which It 'was awarded the Atlantic landings. They ''are: Lcdr. W. J. toward B. Larew. Flying an AD '
Tuesday, November 29 1900'j Fleet Battle Efficiency "E" 'as top interceptor fighter squadron. McGarry, Lt. K., J, cAndrew, the covered almpst 1600
Game Night.'Wednesday. Awarded annually, the "E*- symbolizes the most )outstanding' Lt. D. M ,Broome, :and LUJgs). miles'..dUOI* 'terrfory'overand!
squadron of its FJus.| om4r/ Cop dre' reeenfit'relieved: Comdr.' : : Trout-J; ; : J '''\ ftIL..l .
T W. ,
; i November 'I' Dlerker as's lppcr of the Mnadroa' Rear Adra; Delbert 8. Com Av i Burnett/R. A. aroun.u.lI'.ev-.. ---hi' on VlOhour ..:
'2000; Sound Iri Modern well, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, made' the*presentation Hoeferv W.'B."MackeJ P/P. Mar. "hop: f,14 *. 1I ,

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I Hunters Sharpen Shootin' Eye As Season Opens Today I Sports JAX .


Hunters in the Jacksonvillearea other advice and regulations for BriefsThey

were polishing up the old hunters may be obtained at the
shootin' iron this week in Special Services office in Build I may rave and they may
.
preparation for the 1955-56 ing 930. I rant about the exploits of Okla.

.. hunting season which officially Prior to today, only ducks and homa and Maryland, but the Jar:
opens today rabbits were declared "open to Air News stands firm in its
I Special Services officials re* local hunters but now shooters choice of Michigan State as the
ported a heavy demand for weap- may also train their sights on No. 1 team in the land. .
ons as the Thanksgiving week. buck deer, turkeys, quail squire It is doubtful that 'any team

\, end draws near. The weapons Issue I rel, woodcock and waterfowl could have gone through State's
It room at the Station armory I Bear and panther are also high tough schedule, or Notre Dame's,
stocks 12 and 16-gauge shotgunsin on the hunter's big game list and without a loss. Given. Oklahoma's
the automatic, pump and dou may be taken only during the or Maryland's 1955 schedule and I
ble-barreled varieties. open season for the taking of at least five other teams could '

Jacksonville and the Naval deer' and during the managedbear have finished with the same. unbeaten

Air Station are located in hunting hunts. slate.
!; District No. 2'and border on BUCK DEER, TURKEY, quail Here is the Jax Air News' top
District No. 5. The second district and squirrel .all are open for the 25 college grid selections.
extends northwest to Talla- first five days of the season be- 2.1. Notre Michigan Dame State
hassee, west to Ocala and southto ginning today and are open 3. Oklahoma
TCU
4.
Fort Pierce. thereafter on Wednesdays, Thursdays ft. Maryland
THESE AREAS outlined In the, Saturdays and Sundays 6.7. Ohio UCLA Slate .
Hunting, Fishing and Trapping until the ,end of the season. The 8.. Texas Georgia A "ecIt':M .
Rules and Regulations pamphlet period from Christmas to New 19. Michigan :
OPEN SEASON ON WEAPONS-Harold OJiehoffer, TEl, of 11. Pittsburgh -
Year's Day is also on these
published by the Florida State open him 12. Navy
Communications, inspects a 12-gauge shotgun issued to by
Game and Fresh Water Fish gam. birds and animals. Jim Rambo, TAR, Special Service: issue clerk at the Station 14.13. Miami.Mississippi Ohio I ..
Commission. The pam p h le t, Other regulations for District Armory Hunting season Is on for deer, turkey, duck: geese quail, 15. Duke r "
which also contains tips for No. 2 arc as follows: squirrel and "other game listed. in the rules and regulations. pam- 16.17. Auburn Vanderbilt .
hunting grounds bag limits, and Dove-Season open Dec. 3-31 phlet. 18.19. Mississippi Syracuse State
with hunting permitted every 20. Vate

Huskies Claim day.Waterfowl and CootSeasonopen Cracker] ax Take PI; 21.22.23.24., Miami Stanford Army West Virginia Fla.

Nov. 7-Jan. 15 with hunting 25. low*
permitted every day. Meet Pensacola Next *
Amer. Crown; Woodcock Hunting permitted Don Hampton, AE3, who has

: every day between Nov. 23- The Jax: Wave Cracker j ax 'bounced back into the southeast been one of the strong men 'in

: Nat'l Locked Jan. 1.Snipe. servicewomen's sports picture over the weekend by winning twice the NATTCenter sports program
-Hunting permitted every I from the Parris Island Women ,Marines, 42-22 and 39-23 at Parris at SpeciaL Services, was to be
t the day between Dec. 24Jan. 7. Island. discharged from the Navy this
t The VP-3 Huskies won morning. A veteran of the Korean -
Hunters are warned that the Spearheaded b y diminutive
American League title .in the forward wall of Pat Ashcraft,
is still
t week killing of doe deer is prohibitedat guard, Anne (Speedy) Campaign, Hampton
Mainside Bowling Loop this Ruth Bradshaw and newcomer
Simmons'l undecided As
as to future plans.
all times and that fawns with the defense trio of
with a post-season playoff win Ellen Brian pot-shotted the Is-
player and official, as well as
Joanie Johnson
antlers of less than five inchesin Gaye Cooper and
1 over Fasron 6, while NARTU and I anders basket from all direc league organization assistant! he
length are ,also perenially pro- throttled the Marines' forwardsin
still lock-
: Communications were I I tions. has. played a prominent part in
tected. All deer killed must be both games.MEANWHILE.
Na-
ed up' in a struggle ,for the tagged immediately with a tag I. THE CrackerJax But it was the fine defense display NATTCenter sports the last 18

tional crown. detached from the hunting license put on by the guards that months.
The Huskies ,and their Fasron a r' C
or tag allotment and the provided the 'victory. With Simmons -
\ rivals wound up regular season date of kill must be punched on Woodward, Payson in the middle slot and Coo- Ruth Bradshaw, the tiny star
i play with identical 23-9 slates the license or tag allotment per and Johnson working the forward of the Crackerjax, has
then battled it out in a sudden Cop Two-Ball
and
the of basketball
Shooters are allowed one deer In backboard, the trio retrieved rebound sympathy the
1 death affair Thursday night A Turkey.Two'Da11 tournament after rebound to cut down audiences when the Waves are
a single day's shooting and onlywo
'I l with VP-3 taking two straight for the season. held last weekend and sponsoredby the Marines' scoring chances.IT on the road,. But once the con-
games and the championship. the Officer's Wives Golf Association WAS AN all-around scoring test gets underway they change
c. They will meet the National was one of the first holiday combination led by Pat Ashcraft, their point of view as she provesto -
League winner late this week for activities on the Station team, captain, that rolled up the be a thorn in the side of the
lfC-62 Increases
the Mainside toga greens. 81 points for: victory. Asjjcraft opposition. Bradshaw holds her
Sid Paine led the Huskies in The 18-hole tournament Included tallied 30 points in the two games own against the "hippier" and
\ their cruical match by rolling Mainside Lead two flights with the duo teamof while Bradford sank 28 and I taller guards pitted against her
top scores for the winners in Fred Woodward and Sandy Pay- Brian. 23. The entire Jax squad, I and knows a bit of basketball ,
both games. Paine rolled a 209 VC-62 upped its Mainside Intra- son capturing top honors in the includfng Sally Cornwell, Nancy skullduggery herself.
.\ in the first game and then helpedhis mural VoUeyball lead to a game first flight: Lcdr. and Mrs. Flynn Gibbons, Diane Fitzpatrick, and I .
club clinch the best two-of. V .II-l this and Mrs. Herman action
and a half over week finishing second, Sophie Sayatovich saw
three affair with a 190 score in picking up a pair of court wins Gingrich and C. B..Coward, placing against the Parris Islanders. AO KeglersSet
't the final game. while the runnerup club was victorious third.In Coach Jim Black's aggregationplays .
./ The best Fasron 6 could do to in Its single outing. the second flight competitionthe their first home games of Pace
\ match Paines' rolling was a pair The CompRon club now has won team of Comdr. and Mrs. Ar- the season against Service teams
1 of 165's by D. D. Mueller in theI 12 straight tUts and needs to' gain chie Bishop won top spot; Comdr. when it meets Pensacola's Gos- Aviation Ordnancemen School
i I first game and Palmer Starnes in decisions in only two more games and ){n. John Myers copped sec- settee here December 2 and 3. tautened the line over second place
I the nightcap. II to finish with a perfect 14-0() sea; ond and Lcdr. and Mrs. Sam La- The following week the squad Airman Preparatory School in the
t Communications dumped Per. son. nier finished No. 3. travels to .Atlanta to tackle the NATTCenter bowling* league last
sonnel 3.1 in National League : Fort McPherson WACS there. week and is now well out In front
action to move. within one point of the parade.Ed .
i of league-leading NARTU, with Clegg, of AGO School is high

. each team having one more 't wl Training Center, game holder with a 226. and also
\ match to play this week. Should high series with 585.
I the circuit's top slot end In a Selects Mural Team Won Lost Avg.
\ tie a special playoff would then AO School 47 9 753
i be necessary before the winner AN-P (1) School 42 10 788
t All-Stars
Grid
,1 could meet VP-3's Huskies for t Personnel 35 17 730
the crown. NavAlrWeaps 30 26 692
i Other scores for the week In- Offensive and defensive all SpecServices 25 23 692
eluded: FAW-11 Golden Griffons star teams were selected by AK School 26 26 683

k 3. FAETU, 1; VC-62,. 3, FAW-11 1 coaches and officials of the Disbursing23 29 683
l( Griffons, 1; Special Services, 4, NATTCenter touch football AGO School 22 34 684 ..
Pill Rollers 0 and Electronics league with players from the i
,
; AN-P ((2)) School 15 35 660
t 2,,.Medics, 2. champion Aviation Ordnancemen I TabMachUnit J6 36 639
., The season's final standings in r School' Blockbusters dominatingthe
the National League and American selections. San Jose AK, backs. ,
League standings as of Here are their selections: Second Team (Offensive) -
Monday (A.M., Nov. 21 are: First Team (Offensive)-Math- Grimes, AO, and Hampton, Ss,
NATIONAL LEAGUE ews AK and Williams, AE, ends; ends; James, NavAirWeaps and
Teams W L Pet. Rowland NavAirWeaps, and Dyer, AO, guards; Vance, AK
NARTU 28 4 .875 Thornton AO, guards; Herr, AO, center; Brewer, AK; Moore, AQ;
Communlc. 27 5 .844 center; Swan, AN-P Culbreth, Hukka NavAirWeaps, and Sel-
Electronics 23 9 .719 ; Special Services; KurOich, AO, lars, AE, backs.
Supply 17 15 .531 and Young, AO, backs. Second Team (Defensive) -
Personnel 16 16 .500 First Team Defensive) Mathews, AK, and Hampton SS,
Medics 16 16 .500 S Lx.v4 Grimes, AO. and Williams, 'AE ends; Poindexter, SS and Olson,
.. ...
Spec. Senr. 15 17 .469 _.:::0: .m: '"" ends; Dyer, AO, and James, NavAirWeaps AO, guards; Vance AK center;
Pill Rollers 12 20 .375 RIDE 'EM MISSILEMEN-Naval Air Weapons School rode guards; Schubert, AK, Moore, AO Roberts, NavAir
roughshod to the NATTCenter golf championship by breaking center Kurilich AO Hukka Weaps Bents AE and Culbreth
,
lIospiW" 6 26 .188 eve with Airman Preparatory' School last week. Left to right ; ; ,
y 0 & R 0 28 .000 are Ed Gottlieb, Joe Freneti,, Hank Holdea and Grady Gay NavAirWeaps;, Sellars, AE and SS, backs.Page .




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VC-62 Holds \. .,' e Three Teams Eye' :


Bulge InTrophy Mainside Mural


r.. s Links HonorsThe
RaceComposite ,.
Mainside IntramuralGolf
IJ race goes right down to I
Squadron 62 the wire this week with three
a 525-point edge over the teams battling it out for the
the Mainside intramural 1w title.

sports play In the At Jax Air News press time
1955 Ironman Trophy race the loop lead remained in the j
an end. hands of NARTU, whose 42-18'
The crew from 62 picked record was 18 percentage points
whopping 1575 markers in better than VAlM's .682 mark.
recent touch football But close on the heels of both
to lead runner-up VAIM by k clubs is Administration which j

points. The Attackers have .. ? ..- ranks third with .639. The Admin
points while third-place sextet still has two matches to '
is 600 points. off the pace play and conceivably could take I I
975 total the title with some fancy shooting
ONE THOUSAND of over its remaining Fasron
points were garnered when 109 and Supply foes.

CompRon-ites grabbed the FIRST PLACE NARTU still
title- squadron personnel \ t has one match to go and must
up 100 more by M gain at least a split in that one
.
.
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loop play and the -. to clinch a tie with VAIM for
points went to the group for OFF-Fifteen teams went to the post as Malnside Basketball League play the crown. Anything better thana
nishing sideline scorers I 'week. In the curtain raiser, action abov shows Communications' James Young draw would give the Weekend
525&r I ( Matt McCombe reaching for the opening tip-off, tossed by Capt. William S. Warriors the championship.Both .
linesmen. I McCombe), NAS Jax commanding officer. Awaiting the tap on the left are Roy
THE TROPHY race is ( ) and Jim Boroff of VAIM. The official is Lowell Vance VAIM, for- NARTU and VAIM pick-
means wrapped up, I 'on the opener, 43-37. ed up valuable points in last
three of the Fall season's I week's play, the Warriors down
I
Set
sports races are as yet I ing Fasron 6, 5.1 and the Attackers I
cided.In blasting Operations 4V4-1%.
: Bay
fact, a first-place Administration stayed in the
any of the three remaining Bay Cuba Ri thick of things by gaining a 6-0
this year could swing the is sponsoring forfeit from FAW-11 -but the
:
phy over to one of the I Tournament to third-ranked club needs shutout
ranked activities in the decisions in its final two matchesto
standings. I entry blanks for overhaul the two frontrunners.

Current Trophy standings NRA ap- .
obtained by writ-
as follows: THOUGH ELIMINATED from '
MRC Navy
,
Team title consideration, :four other loop .
VC-62 Five Clubs Post VictoriesIn entries continue to battle for first {
VAIM small registration division spots. Fasron 109, Hospital
FAW-11 and medals will VC-62, and Operations I
Fasron 6 each class of com- currently bracketed in that order
Hospital Mainside Cage OpenersComposite s can still finish as high as
Fasron 109 third in the final standings.

Operations E. Brown's son, Squadron 62, which seems to make a. habitof Match scores for the week in.
NARTU the new general winning championships these days, got off to an early eluded: Fasron Six, 6, FAWTU, 0
O & R Pittsburgh Pi- lead in the Mainside Intramural Basketball loop this week (forfeit); Hospital, 4, Fasron 109,
Personnel with a pair of victories over Operations and VW-4. 2; VC-62, 3tt, Operations, 2H;
VC-62 Admin 6, FAW-11, 0 (forfeit);
The highly regarded
V the end of the week. FAW-11, 4, Fasron Six, 2; NARTU
Fearless Three Shows quintet was somewhat hard Scores for the period included: 5, Fasron Six, 1; and VA!!.

pressed in its opener with Opera- VAH-1, 46, Communications, 37; 1, 41/ Operations, 1%.

Improved PickingsThe tions, winning 58-53, but com- O&R, 56, VW-4, 46; VC-62, 58, Standings

pletelY swamped an outclassed Operations, 53; 'Fasron 109, 96, Team W L Pet.
Fearless Three tried again last week and added a few VW-4 five in its second outing, Personnel, 44; Fasron Six; 67, NARTU 42 18 .700
points to their not-too-impressive averages. 102-55. VA-175, 33; FAW-11, 65, FAETU, VP-3 (VAIM) 45 21 .682
Wave Nancy Ward JON, led the three in last week's choices FASRON 109 also got off to a 47; VC-62, 102, VW-4, 55; Opera- Admin. 34& 19ft .639
with a 13-6 card. Marlon Cracraft, J02 and Joe Garzilli, YN2, each high-scoring start, tallying 96 tions, 84, Personnel 62; and Communications Fasron 109 35ft 24ft .592
points in a 96-44 rout of Personnel. 2, O&R, 0 (forfeit). Hospital 33ft 26ft .558
had 19
12 correct picks out fo games.
The Personnelmen also lost VC-62 36 30 .545
with .588 with Standings as of Monday (A.M.),
lead the trio a average
Garzilli continues to 84-62
their next game, an en- Nov. 21, are: Operations 34ft 31ft .523
of .577. Nancy
Cracraft running closely behind holding an average
counter with Operations. Supply 20ft 21 ft .488
Ward, although third in the running, has sharpened her wits, gaining Right on the heels of VC62are Teams W L FAW-11 31ft 34ft .477
63 points in the last two weeks and presently sports a .541 average. !, four other teams who played VC-62 VAH-1 2 1 0 0 ComFair Jax 25 35 .417

With a song and a prayer, the prognosticating trio will attemptto and won their initial league Fasron 109 1 0 Fasron 6 21ft 44ft .326
"buck" the many traditional games, and hopes to increase aver- starts; VAIM, Fasron 109, Fas- Fasron 6 1 0 FAWTU 5 3 60ft .083
ages with the following choices: ron Six and FAW-11 are the FAW11Communications' 1 0 + .

Army vs. Navy Miss. U. vs. Miss. State foursome with 1-0 slates. 1 1 WEATHER OUTLOOK
Baylor ys. Rice Miss. Southern vs. FSU FIRST-WEEK action was a lit O&R 1 1 Thursday-Partly cloudy and
Bost. Col. vs. Holy Cross Notre Dame vs. So. Cal. tle ragged with both players and Operations 1 1 warm.
Brown vs. Colgate SMU vs. TCUTennessee officials but vast improvementwas FAETU 0 1 Friday-Partly cloudy, warm
Cincin. vs. Miami (Ohio) vs. Varldy noted in each case toward VA-175 0 1 with scattered showers.
Colo. A&M vs. Colo. Texas vs. Texas A&M i i11 ""' Personnel 0 2 Saturday-Clearing and colder*
Cornell vs. Penn Utah vs. Utah State VW-4 0 2 Sunday-Clear and cool.
Florida vs. Miami (Fla.) Alabama vs. Auburn Interested In .
Georgia vs. Ga. Tech N. Caro. St. vs. W. Va.
LSU va.Tulane- Wichita vs. Tulsa Learning Judo? Center Mural Hardwood
CRACRAFT WARD
GARZILLI A survey Is presently being
Navy Navy Navy conducted aboard the Station to
Baylor Baylor Baylor I determine the number of personnel
Boston Cot. Boston Col. Boston Col. i interested In Judo In- Play Opens Monday
ColgateMiami
ColgateMiami ColgateMiami structions.The .
(Ohio) (Ohio) (Ohio) I i proposed schedule for the .

Colorado Colorado Colorado teaching of Judo will be Tuesday Intiamural basketball at NATT- at 2000.
Cornell Cornell 'Cornell and Thursday evenings Center opens Monday, November] Tuesday: Aviation Electriciansvs.
Miami Miami MiamiGa. Services, 1800 Aviation
Special
1900 to 2100 weekly.All ;
Tech from 28, with nine teams competing.The i
Ga. Tech Ga. Tech personnel who are Inter Ordnancemen vs. Administration,
-- LSU basketball schedule is the first
LSU LSU ested are urged to call exten- 2000.
Miss. U. Miss. U. Miss.St. sion 481 and leave their name sport oa the 1956 Captain HenryC. I' Wednesday: Aviation Ground

FSU FSU FSUN. and the outfit to which at- DeLong trophy program. Officers vs. AN-P School, 1800]
.D. N.D. N.D. Services
tached. Marine Aviation Detachmentand MarAvDet vs. Special ,
TCU TCU TCU 2000.'I'hursda.y.
Aviation School
Vanderbilt Storekeeper
Tennessee Vanderbilt : NarAlrWeaps vs. Administration
Texas.A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M New York Giant $60,000 bonus open the season at 1800 in the 1800; AlE School vs.
Utah Utah Utah pitcher Paul Girl has reported for Gymnasium, Building 513. Naval AO School, 2000.Defending .
Auburn Auburn AuburnW. duty as a second lieutenant at Air Weapons and Airman Preparatory i champion Is Naval
.Va. 17',- Va. W. Va. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. School play the 'second game I Air Weapons System SchooL
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FOR RENT __ Cited ForService Really Sold On
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2 rm furn. apt 3203 Lakeshore ". ..,;" ,>, Safely Shoes
Blvd. EV 9-2771. Nelson. '\

} 3 rm. turn. apt. $65. 41S6 Collins .. Once a fellow gets safety
Rd. CO 4-2391. Lawhead. \ minded, he will always be

Lge. front bdrm. 2317 Oak St. *' 3' Talmadge Davis, assistant district safetyminded.To .

Vereen. G\ \- p .\ passenger transportation prove it, the safety officeat
3 rm. furn. apt. $60. 4502 Irving administrator, Sixth Naval, District Overhaul and Repair department I
Ave.; 2 bdrm. furn. hsc* $75. was honored'here last Wed. is in receipt of a
4502 Irving Ave. Apply EV 8- nesday with a commendation anda letter from, a retired employeewho
6768. Carney. lapel pin for his 40 years serv- thinks safety shoes are
Eff., gar. turn. apt. Prefer man. -I_ ice in the military and civilian real "cool." .
2312 College. EV 7-3159. Clark. branches of the Navy. Olin Roberts, who left O&R

1 bdrm. furn. apt. Murray Hill. The personal commendation last year after retiring from
4525 Headley St EV 8-2039. letter from Secretary of the government service, now resid-

Helms. Navy Charles S. Thomas, was ing in Delo, Miss., penned this
Lge. and sm. fern apt $8 per wk.- read, on behalf of CommandantSixth note:
up, Rms. $5 per wk.-up. 222 Naval District, in 'a ceremony "Am writing to know |\f I
South St. Jax Beach. Smith. by Capt. William S. Harris can still order safety shoes
1 turn rm. 4415 Marquette Av. commanding officer of NAS from your office and if 'so
EV 93653. Knight ,_n IIIII'Wf'" 'X.II6_,' ;,:.:g' ,a Jax. Captain Harris also pinned please ,send me the"price, so I
2-bdrm. turn apt. 2620 Forbes. HONORED FOR SERVICE-Capt. WUUam S. Harris, com- Davis with his 40-year service can mail you the amount for
snandlng officer of NAS Jax. admires the 40- federal
y ear service
EV 7.3697, Snow. Timadre emblem. same. 1 will give the necessary
lapel pin presented to Davis, assistant district pas
3 rim turn apt Murray Hill EV senger transportation administrator, Sixth Naval District. Davis S 1 size."
81760. Ballantine. also received a commendation letter from the Secretary of the Cited for a distinguished and
4 rm. turn apt $80. 3027 Riverside Navy read by Captain Harris on behalf of Commander Sixth noteworthy career spanning 28
EV 9-5173. Tyler. Naval{ District, in ceremonies, last Wednesday.' He was recognized of active Group Convenes
years Navy duty, four
for his long outstanding military and civilian service '
FOR SALE years Fleet Reserve duty, and
3 bdrm. C. B. Use. 4550 Sussex 10 years civilian service, Davis .
Ave..Avail. Dec. 1955: Inquire at has ,been employed by the Navy Here To Study
EV 8-4084. Lt. Short. I VP-18 Wages War On Killer since Dec. 4, 1945.

3 bdrm. partly turn; hse. Murray Entering the service in June Forms.Use
Hill. EV 8r0898. Conner. Whales, In Iceland Waters 1913, Davis, known to everyoneon ,
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. $48.50 mo. pay the Station as "Pop", saw his I Three Washington representatives -
ments. 5949 Oaklane Dr. EV 7- Moby Dick is being given a eight depth bombs eight :5-inch I his first bit of action in 1914 in met with the Publication
Patrol ; Control Board Naval Air Bases
1931. Lt. Moor tough time by Squadron rockets and 800 rounds of the landing and occupation of ,
ma I
2 bdrm. hse. 1293 Hamilton St 18, the NAS Jacksonville- chine-gun ammunition each and I Vera Cruz, Mexico. At the time Sixth Naval District, called into
EV 90446. Herrion based patrol squadron now Vera Cruz was taken he was two-day session at NAS :Jax
waited for the North Atlantic
operating from Keflavik 4n- stormy aboard Monday and .Tuesday by Comdr.
the
Will swap $3500 equity in Jax hse 'to calm. When the old three-stack coal
for equity in Pensacola. hse.. EV ternational Airport; Iceland.For chance seas to strike arrived, a Neptune burning battleship USS Vermont, Walter G. Winslow Chief Staff
'
t,, 8-0704. Sproles. the second time in ,a year piloted by Lt Wayne L. which was one among- many U.S. officer.
this NATO base dispatched military ships on the Here to study the Board's planof
1947 28' hse. trailer. 9' by 20' rm. Jensen headed out from the Ke- scene. He recalled
aid to the Icelandic fishing that after the joint bulk printing of all forms
NATTC Fish Shack, bldg. 527 lavik Airport to search. A member Navy forces had
threatened by vicious, the situation used throughout the District were
Arnold. Industry of. the Iceland Fisheries Association well in hand, they
LOST AND FOUNDA 30-foot killer whales that plaguethe went along as observer. were relieved by the U. S. Army. William H. Woerner, Publications
in their drift-net SS Bureau of
fishermen Management, Navy
high school ring, year 1942 with
the 18 months About 25 miles west, the plane'screw He also Aeronautics Kamien
initials V.D. engraved on Inside activities. For past participated in the ; Harry ,
ti of the whales have sighted, three .small fishing Administration Office
band found in Waves Barracks. large schools landing at Nicaragua in1927. He Planning, ,
Owner claim at Jax Air been tearing'the herring nets In trawlers, two of which were has !served aboard the USS Vermont Secretary of the Navy; and Bert
may
headed for and about
News, Bl g. 1, rm. 230.Miracle attempts to feed on these small port one the boats to USS Dent, USS Jason, USS Kettle, Assistant Chief, Forms
i > fish which are a prime Icelandic get underway. Beyond Texas USS Detroit, USS Milwau Methods Branch, Navy Manage:
exportWHEN lay the reason ,for their hasty de- kee, USS Holland, USS Wright ment Office, Office Methods Di-
Lubricant of killer whales
parture-schools ,
ARMY riflemen, armed and the USS Rapldaru vision.
Developed By NavyA with M-l rifles and .30 calibre numbering more than 1,000. After leaving the Navy in 1945 PERIODIC MEETINGS are held

"miracle" lubricant in the ammunition, failed to rout the DROPPING TO 150 feet above he was employed as agent cash- by the! Board to study and as
form of an easily applied plastic giant mammals by boat attack on the icy waters, the plane released ier at the Naval Air Technical semble all forms to be used within *

film, only a few tenthousandthsof Sept. 21. 1954, and later attacksby three bombs in succession on as Training Center before transfer the District. Those acceptedare
an inch thick, with a wide the Icelandlcs themselves, who many concentrated schools. Direct ring in 1947 to Commander Sev- bulk printed, catalogued, and
variety of potential military and tried arming their motorboats to hits were scored and. the enth Naval District as ''district paid' for jointly by the different
\ fusfed .
industrial use, has been developed protect their gear, also met' withno high density charges, to explode passenger boss in Jackonville in commands. About 100 new forms
\\ by the Naval Research Labora- success, the Iceland Defense 25 feet below the surface, Oct. 1947. When ComSevenwas were considered for cataloguedstock
tory. Force was again called out with started to take their ,bloody toll. abolished in August 1948, he during the present conference

bigger weapons. For 25 minutes the carnage stayed at NAS Jax to take over The plan of bulk' printingsaves :
\ All marriages are happy It's The Naval Air Arm, headed by continued until the gray water his present duties about 50 percent of the cost
s living together afterwards that Comdr. J, T. Straker, loaded two was red. As the surviving whales. incurred by previous methods of
'. causes all the trouble. sturdy P2V-7 Neptunes with turned and fled out to sea, Lt. v. printing forms upon individual!
\ Jensen followed while another request. ..
P2V headed for the battlefront. OTHERS ATTENDING the

Fuel Does It I The second plane, commanded by Board conference were C. 0; Bacon
I Depot Again; Ltjg( ) Joe E. Wall, continued the Director Publications and
bomb attack
depth and brought
Printing, Sixth Naval District;
: I Reclaims Contaminated Oil the turret: potent into twin action."50s" of its top Wendall Patrick, and Helen Sty-

ron, Office Methods, NAS Jax;
i A savings to the ,governmentof Observers estimated that from Florence Span, representingLcdr.
40 to 50 whales were destroyedand H. S. Holt, Administrative -:
$7,186 resulted from salvage tion of the oil, Vickers ordered
Of 162,000 gallons of contaminated that all free water be removedby the rest of the schools so Officer, NAS Cecil Field; H
: Navy 50 'cetane Diesel Fuel sump stripping lines and util scattered it was impossible'to E. McDonald, Administrative As-
*",,' that was removed from the tanks izing the coils of; the barge to I detect any organized pattern of sistant NAS Key West; Alex Atkinson
I their Round Two of the d
escape. s ;
of, several decommissioned ships heat the remaining product to 92 s Administrative Assistant,
of the Moth Ball Fleet at the degreest thus precipitating addi Iceland Defense Force Whale NAS Glynco, Ga.{ D. C. McIntosh -

Naval Station Green Cove tional water by reduction of War was concluded.: -, Office Methods, Marine
S Springs. emulsion as well as much of the Corps Air Station Miami.

The salvage operation was con. rust and other foreign matter. To Pay Annual John Brown, Administrative

| ducted under the ,direction of TilE ,PRODUCT was then Assistant, NAAS Sanford; Wal-
Lcdr. L. A. Vickers, officerincharge ter Tokarz, Office Methods, NAAS
aboard the Navy Fuel pumped through 80-mesh screens NSLI DividendsRegular Mayport; Comdr. T. L. Conder,

,, Barge YOG-225 at the Navy Fuel and the Erie Water separatorsat annual dividends will gad;' Flag Secretary, Fleet AIr Jack.
the :end of of the sonville Lcdr. Fred Woodward
Depot on Trout River. One Depot be paid during 1956 on National ;
ACCORDING TO Vickers' report I piers. into a leased barge whereit Service life insurance, which Administrative Officer, and

a quality control, ,sample was left to settle for 12 hours. originated(in WWII, and.on U. S, Nadine Ward, Office Methods, Naval -
and analysis of the oil made byJ. This removed most of the remainIng Government life Insurance,. which Air Technical Training Center -

W. Anderson, petroleum in- water, rust and foreign mat originated in WWI, the Veterans NAS- Jax; Lcdr. William M.

spector at the Fuel Depot, indicated ter.The Administration announced recently. Doric Administrative' Officer,.
that excessive water, rust entire salvage job cOst NARTU Miami. ,
and Other loose sediment had $907 and resulted, in recovery of Payments will .be made shortly APPS Lt Frank W. Bowers, Supply
contaminated product. As re- 138,000 gallons of diesel. fuel. after the anniversary date of ANOTHER MONTGOMERY'' Officer; NARTU NAS: ,Jax; Walter
turn of the barge to regular log. Other personnel working on the each policy, beginning in Janu- Perky, blonde' Elizabeth daughter Montgomery of actor-- Hamilton, Director Resident Dis-

istics support service was re- reclamation operation'' included ary andending in December producer Robert Montgomery, trict RecordsManagement Office,
quired efforts weer underway leadingman Harry Adkisson and 195S-(AFPS. ). gets her first big break in War- Sixth Naval District; Emmett
I
I ,' I ither to sell the cargo. salvage Judge Cooley and Sam Bolden, ner Bros. "The Court Martialof Glasgow, Branch Director Publications
; ; "
; oil, or downgrade. it and, use Leon.Bond, Marion Frazier, Fred Early to bed and .early to ,rise I Billy plays Mitchell.,the late General Gary 'Coo-Mitchell and Printing Office,., NAS
6 it as boiler fuel. McQuina of the fuel operations -and you miss the most interesting per the .famous. advocate of Jax, and L., L. Pennington, Chief -

Deciding to attempt reclama- crew. people! air power. .Clerk',,' Naval Air Bases 8ND}





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