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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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EM HOUSING READY The-25 units for housing married enlisted personnel of the Naval Hospital are now ready for occupancy, site of the present enlisted
with the first families moving in today Eleven duplexes, one of which is shown here, are characterized by three bedrooms and quarters near the Main entrance
patio. There are also three tingle houses. Five units for married junior officers. will be ready in a few days. of the Station.

Three bedrooms and patio<
characterize these 11 duplexes and] 1

three single houses. .J
Including the five units for

JflX married Junior officers, the 30
units were constructed at a total

expenditure' of $388,918, according _
to Capt. Ira N. Curtis, resident

officer In charge of construction.:
Work on the housing.began last

VOL-14 No. 38 U. S. N.. A. S. Jacksonville. Flo. 15 December 1955 I Kay 23.TURNED.
OVER this week by
Capt. Curtis to the Hospital, all 2S.
I EM units will become occupied as '
Christmas 'CNO SafetyAward families are released from private

housing, along with some newly

Parties For arrived personnel. Since some of
Goes these men have purchased their
own homes in the Jacksonville

Tots FridayThe area, the hospital housing commit
t Yr'r lo'f tee has been ablethus, far to accept .

Christmas ? zt To VA104Attack all families placed on the
numerous waiting list for the new units.

parties held aboard the Naval Squadron 104 was The following Hospital families

Air Station for children up to awarded the 1955 CNO will be among the first to find the

12 years'of age, scheduled for Safety Award today at houses fully furnished and readyto

1300-1500 Friday, hit a snagon 0800 for its outstanding call "home." Charles W. Fry,
the when it tS liMO, food service department;
timing was safety record during fiscal
Charles Anderson, HM1, administration
learned most of the young- 'cwrEr( h year 1955. ; Arthur G. Sparks, JIM,

sters would be in school. Rear Admiral D. S. Cornwell, laboratory technician; Richard'' S.

A3 a consequence the different Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Brown, 11M2, X-ray technician; ,

commands went Into a huddle and made the presentation.A Robert S. Fahy, ,11M2, operating

came up with different answers to unit of Carrier Air Group room technician; Robert C. Hosea,

the problem. The new schedule for 10, VA-104_ is commanded by 11M2, operating room technician;
the annual children's. parties. is as s. Comdr. George E. Ford and was Robert K. Zentmyer, HM3, hospital
follows: one of only five, Including all pharmacy; and Clifford A. i

The NAS Command party will ?> types, in the entire Atlantic Manley, HN. J
be held in the Mainside Auditortorium !- Fleet to gain the award. It is TilE FIVE TIIREE-bedroom
the highest safety honor given units designated for married junior
Building .3, at 1600.
: throughout the Navy.Following officers (constructed beyond Firehouse .
TilE NATTCenter parties, eight ; : : ; No. 3)) on Mustin Road aVo
In all, will be: Aviation Electronics ,,,.".' :> L. today's safety
_____ ._ w r' .NYY..Y...- __..._ ___:'_J_:'_ :;;;:":"" :':""". award presentation, Admiral expected to be finished in a few
School 523 Naval
at 1300, Building ;
days, according to the contract
'Air Weapons System School, at YOUNG BLOOD More than 30 gallons of blood were contributed Cornwell conducted a personnel
to the Jacksonville blood bank by 125 Ensigns from Aviation office.
inspection of all Carrier
Ord. Air
Aviation
1300 563
Building ; Ground Officers School at NATTCenter. Ensign Donald The new enlisted quarters take
, trance School, at 1500, Building Snider, who was giving his 20th pint to blood banks, Is being Group'I 10 .personnel.. care most amply of the needs of
622; Airman Preparatory School, examined by Nurse Helen Pepera, while a long line of young t the Hospital men and their families
at 1500 612 Administration : officers forms behind him.
Building ; WEATHER OUTLOOK '
according to Hospital authorities
at 1500, Building 513; Aviation Friday-Clear with colder tern- !)i \
Ground Officers School, at peratures. t
1530, Building 450: ; Storekeepers
Saturday-Continued cool and
School, at 1530 Building 610; and 20,000 'To Get SundayPartly cloudy with CAG-17

Training Facilities, at 1630, Build warming temperatures.
ing 604.Fleet> .
Air Jacksonville parties Fete JaxOrphans
WEEKEND TIDE
for all fleet detachments based at Influenza ShotsA
the Station will be held simultaneously HIGH LOW

in Hangar 114, from Frt 9:13: 9:31: 2:33: 3:14:

1300 to 1600. :3at. 9:50: 10:09: 3:10: 3:49: Jingle bells, gifts, jet aircraft,
vast of immunization against influenza Is in
program
FLEET AIR WING Eleven will Sun. 10:26: 10:48: 3:49: 4:24: and best wishes of the season will
operation at Naval Air Station Jacksonville
hold its party.In Hangar: 140, from be Christmas offerings of Carrier'
Close will ,
to
1300 to 1530. 20,000 persons r Air Group 17 on Dec. 20 for 19
The Naval Air Reserve Training have received shots by Jan. 6, orphan boys of Jacksonville.
1956, according to estimates made
Unit has scheduled its party be- Features of the gay party to
by medical authorities NAS
at
tween 1500 and 1800 in the Enlisted and NATTCenter Dispensaries.Today :.a,.', .: 1. P be held in Hanger 116 will be a
... Men's Club, Building 901. section fly-by of each squadron in
All parties listed above will be will see the completionof CAG-17, a personal aircraft check
held Friday, Dec. 16. Children who the regularly scheduled program ,'. out by pilots, and a flight brief
are unable to attend but have gift for servicemen attached to ; ing in a squadron ready-room, followed -
the fleet and the various cdnv ,, 'Ij ;;
chits may have the gifts pickedup : ( A":i:' V by a link trainer hop.
:
: : .
during the festivities by other mands. ... After a tour of the Station at
members of the family. NAS JAX MEDICAL Department 1100, the boys will have dinner at

The annual Christmas party at estimates about 4600 shots the CPO Club, with turkey and
the Naval Hospital will be held a for servicemen of both the Fleet all the trimmings.

week later, on Dec. 23, at 1330 'in Air Jacksonville units and ships Selected personnel of each
.. the Hospital Auditorium. company, while NATTCenter will squadron will meet the kids in
inoculate 4,300 servicemen including Hemming Park. The group will

I students, instructors, and then proceed to Penney'a Depart
Christmas Trees support personnel. ment Store where each boy will
Going from school to school at pick out $25 worth of clothing to
On Sale Friday NATTC, a team of three hospital suit himself. The boys' department
corpsmen inoculated students in will be opened 30 minutes early;
Christmas trees will on
go their classes 0 n Monday and to give each little guest the op*
sale Dec. 16 at the tennis
courts Tuesday. Representative of the portunity and time to carefully:
across from the Mainside
of the entire immunization choose his
expediency own personal clothing
Store, acordlng to Navy Exchange FIRST INSPECTION Capt. William S. Harris, commanding;
authorities. program, 770 shots were officer of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, conducted his first Inspection Guy Luke, store manager, has as
.. given students at Airman Preparatory of personnel under his command last Friday afternoon. lured Harry Chilton, leading chief
A selection of trees in
large
School between 0810 and Shown here passing through the ranks of whitehats, the Captain cf CAG-17, that each child will
sizes from three feet to nine declared that he "was well pleased with the smart appearance of '
1045 on Monday. The remaining receive bountiful $25 worth c<;
feet will be available. personnel and the shaip manner in which the Inspection was exe
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Pago Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 December



Yeoman Rates


!1; J1\R\ f\Wtot sII CommendationFrom



\ PubUthid every Thursday lot Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air i k kr3
I Station Jackaonvtlle. Fla. SkipperA
! NAS. JaeSMBVtlU
Qapt WIHamvS.| Harris Commanding
Qtttctr
letter of commendation, in
, Comdr. John N. Myers Executive Officer
, Fleet Air .Jacksonville which he was lauded for the
Rear Adm. Delbert S. CornweU Commander
1 Capt. rat-hard O Greene Chief or Staff commendable manner In whichhe
feet Air Wing: Elena performed his duties In the
Capt. Edwin J. S. 'Tounf ., -.-, Commander
Comdr. Frank D. lleyer r-Chief SUU Officer 41 months with NAS Jax Admin-

Naval Air TwaaUal Training Center istration Department, was pre- + ; ,
Capt. Henry C. DeLon Commanding Officer
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Executive Officer sented to Don Lusk, yeoman first

Naval Hospital class, last Friday.
Capt Benjamin N. AM Commanding Officer
Capt. L. A. Newton ___ Executive: Officer The letter, signed and presented 4 ; :

Capt Wilson R. Bartlett NAliTU Command Officer by Capt. William S. Harris,
Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenhacen Executive: .Hflcer Station commanding officer 1 ,

reads, in part: _
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with I appropriated fundsat "During his tour of duty atthis t tfC. tr
no expense to the government: and In compliance with NAVEXOS 3.5. Rev. Donald Lusk
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the command, ,
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the YNl, has performed his assigned -
U. S. Naval Hospital.
!Service Information Officer -Lt. Ted Morgan duties in a highly commend-

.. Editor-Andrew H. naney able' manner. On many occasionshis
Ass't Editor-Beda Moore Staff Reporters-Jack Holmes PIll; Marion assigned duties have required
Cracraft JOY; Nancy Ward. JOSN. -
The JAX AIR NEWS Is member of the Armed/ Forces Press Service. many additional hours of hard COMMENDED Cited for his outstanding performance of
AFTS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe work, which he cheerfully and duties while attached to NAS lax Administration Department,
written l permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of othermatter of letter
Don Lusk TNI. the recipient a of
was
service Is demonstrating commendationfrom I
txrept by publications. prohibited without permission ol voluntarily accepted, -
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Capt. William S. Harris (left), commanding officer of NAS
Editorial his sincere devotion to duty. Lusk who transferred this week to Iceland
offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Jax. was received the
8346. 21b and 8164. "While on board this command, letter of commendation at meritorious mast held last Friday

Lusk has been in charge of several ,
his hard work and initiative, he
different sections of the military '
[)J I ESERPC15
SAFETYBox \ ,
the organization and
personnel division. Through 'improved NAVY WIVESCORNER

efficiency of each section whileso

Score Working On Better assigned Lusk's conscien-

Disabling Injortai Through Dehydrated Foods tious attention to details, his nat- ,
Navy Wives have welcomed
CATHOLIC: ural correct manners; his mature

This Month Tuesday, Dec. 13 0 \Sunday Mass 0800 0000, Messing aboard submarines and ,judgment and his progressive three new members: Mary Shelby,

This Year .to 1000 St. Edward's Chapel. small craft may be improved by outlook have made him a definite Carolyn Chisnell, and Phylis Cam-

the use of more and better de- asset to this command." bra.
Since Last Saturday 0800.
Days
Lost-Time Accident 34 Daily 0630. hydrated foods now being devel Lusk, who reported to Tax as Bingo is so popular there ii

oped. a yeoman third class, was trans- standing room only. Both cash and
Sunday 0630 =; Mass at the Dehydrated foods occupy only ferred this week to Commanderof supplementaryprizes are well

Hospital Chapel, 1900; Instruc- one-eighth of the space requiredfor Defense Forces in Iceland. A worth winning. Be your own San-

tion classes, Bldg. 4361. foods preserved by other Navy career man with seven and ta and win a beautiful gift. Come

Thursday 1900 Instruction methods and will also extend the one-half ;years of service, Lusk next Thursday. This is the best

classes, Bldg. 463. "ration endurance" of small craft. hails from Calhoun, Ga. bingo ever. Come early for your

PROTESTANTThursday favorite seat. Remember there

December 15 are homemade sandwiches, coffee

z sse ra' '! IL s 1900 All-Saint's Choir Re- and cakes.

hearsal. NOT NEW SHOP announces a
the CPO
This coming Saturday
Club is saluting the return of Saturday, December 17 layaway plan. A small deposit

Carrier Air Group Four chiefs 1000 Catechtlcal Instruction holds merchandise for seven days,

with a dance, door prizes and (Lutheran) for children. and must be called for by 1300 on

other entertainment. Sunday, December IS that day. The shop donated $15

for toys to go to children at NAS
CAG-4 has been in the Medi- ALL-SAINTS' CHAPEL

terranean for six months. Duringthe 0800 Episcopal Communion hospital awards.Do .
need a bicycle, tri-cyclf,
period many new faces have Service, Chaplain .Nick lson. you
skooter doll doll's bed,
-carriage,
shown at the club through 0930 Sunday School for ages
up
+ etc.? Not' New shop has them.Don't .
transfers and advancements in 4 through Jr. High, Bldg. 804.
miss these bargains. Lo
rate. It's a chance to meet new 0930 Holy Communion Service -
Donnelly, and Dolores Sizemore
chiefs, to renew old acquaintances Chaplain Stcphenson.
were appointed by the board to
and to strike up new ones. 1100 Holy Communion Serv-
ice assist in running the Not Nevshop.
.Chaplain Pieper.
MEL COODY and his orches- .
1900 The Christian Pageant
tra will provide the music for the followed by 'the Christmas Cantata POST 86 VOTED to donate $10

evening. There will be three door .. each to the Brownie troops that

prizes. The club is in the processof Navy Wives sponsor.
being decorated for tho holi- ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL T r tNe vice The annual Christmas party will

day season. Prices will remain (Naval hospital) KNOW YE WHO DO be held at the club house, Friday,

the same. Come early with your 0930 Sunday School Nursery. Dec. 16. Corinne Aston, activities

guests and have winner. The gal 0930 Divine Worship. WITNESS THIS CITATION Co-Chairman, has charge of deco-

ley is open until 2100, serving Monday, December 19 (VT T*. I" $TRl5. SUMOM. A. fl.UUN.. ...K. rations and entertainment. All will
0.1.T..J. !
anything from short orders and 1930 All Saints' Choir Re- II"T.y.tIA\ \.\n. A _t AJ "r._ Le 100.-:.. bring gifts to exchange. The program

sandwiches, to full course din- hearsal. wSNORkC includes games, and special
\ < CCRKft
ners. Tuesday, December 20 prize dances.

This party is the first of many 1900 Lutheran Instruction Dates to Remember: Not New

slated at the club for squadronsor Classes.- Chaplain Pieper All shop open, Dec. 13; bingo, Dec. 15:

units that return from an extended Saints' Chapel. SNORKEL CORKER Fleet Air WIne Eleven has "institut Christmas party, Dec 16; C.P.O,

cruise. 1900 Episcopal Instruction ed the Snorkel Corker society to provide recognition to those crews dance, Dec.. 17.

The club welcomes back Patrol Classes Chaplain Nickelson who demonstrate outstanding proficiency in anti-submarine war- .

squadron 16, which returned Bldg. 563, NATTC Chaplain's. Of- fare by obtaining A large display positive board results has on been exercises placed with in the a target Fleet submarine Air Drugs For, Sick MindsThe

from a tour of duty at Port Ly- flee Wing Eleven briefing room showing each Snorkel Corker crew treatment of mental illnessin

autey. A "Welcome Home" dance Thursday, December 22 and other pertinent data. A similar smaller certificate will be the United States may be rev

for the chiefs of this squadronwill 1900 All Saints' Choir RehearsaL awarded to each plane crew. Plans call for an individual wallet- olutionized because of two drugs
be forthcoming in January. sized Snorkel Corker card to be Issued tt each Individual member discovered in India and France
of the crew, similar to a Shellback careL
.. .
ERT EEK: I. th, lu d hlor...omazine.
N W n e co m n I -reserplne an c t'6

we will give the particulars on Already their results give hopeof

the Christmas and New Year's II Care Should Be Exercised In Putting Do TreeThe I quicker cures for hundreds of

Eve dance. Watch this column for - I thousands of sufferers with hurt

all. the coming events at ;your Christmas season is in full angle at least one inch above the spicuous wires holding it againstthe Or broken minds.

chief petty officer's club. swing now and many families have original cut and keep it standing wall. The tree I .
should be
The management is trying in already put up their Christmas In water during the entire period placed that standing or fallen, so it Today's Child May See

every way possible to please tree. All hands are reminded that that the tree is in the house. cannot block a doorway which His 100th BirthdayA

members. The club is getting the Christmas tr.ee and the deco- This method when used with might be needed to to
escape from child's chances of living
quite a face-lifting. Work has rations on it are fire hazards which fresh trees reduces the flammability the
room. Plan on what as
you must 100 twice good today
begun on utilizing the lower they will want to watch most as effectively as any,fireproofing do if fire breaks out. If tree are as ago,
century
;your they were half a
deck, the game room and improving carefully. chemicals. Chemicals
may : catches fire, call the Fire Depart- Northwestern Na-
according to
the restroom.The It Is best to bring In a fresh cause the tree to turn brown or ment of
Immediately Dial 333. tional Co. Out
Life Insurance
board meets every Tues- tree as short a time before Christmas yellow or to lose its needles. The Learn the location
of past
your nearest babies born in the
day at 1130 to hash out these as possible, and to remove it place you select for ;your tree fire alarm box Know fire 20,000,000 should live to
your five
complaints and a real effort is as soon afterwards a* ;you can. should be well away from stoves, extinguisher years, 80,000 of
and
place it where it be 100 older. Yet out
made to rectify them. Members Special safeguards must be fol- radiators, and other sources of will be years or
.
.. handy In case of fire. in the early -
born
".. of the club are invited to sit in lowed to keep it reasonably safe. heat. When you smoke, keep away An additional an equal number -
measure of fire be expected
on these meetings so that they TIlE TREE CAN be kept fresh from the tree. protection is 1900's, only 40,000 can
the 100th
garden hose
con- their
can get a comprehensive idea of if you set it up in a pan of water. THE TREE SHOULD be well nected to to be living on
a faucet outside are
how things are going. Cut off base of the tree at an secured .against falling by incon- home, within reach of the tree.your based birthday.on actual The experience.projections

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tte II It's Unanimous- More 'Long Johns'The I Civil Service eu

'
Lists ManyOpportunities 4 :

freeze-out on long-John ulation sea bag in 1949. The the ;years that J'no one ever

underwear has been made official Army followed suit last tall wears the long-Johns they .

in all the services following The AF anticipates it will just take up locker space/' '

save several million dollars by The services agree, however,
a recent Air Force de.' dropping the long-Johns from that they will Issue longJohnsto The Civil Service Commissionhas i

cision to abandon the oversize its regular clothing issue to military personnel free-of- announced examinations for 4 4a

Higher Latitudes Newsletter: drawers as regulation issue. recruits.An charge in any emergency, suchas number of jobs at naval activi-

With Operation Santa Claus at The Navy discarded the AF spokesman said the a polar expedition.-(AF- ties in theJacksonville area and
"John L'." of the services have discovered PS.
full as part reg. ; overCITATIONS ) -
sleigh ahead there is
timely
also within the Fifth Civil Service -
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interest in this bi-weekly sheet Region which --
encompasses
which concerns itself with news Garden Circle some seven southern states.

'and comments about Polar Proj
The Board of Civil Service Ex-
ects. We suggest you, see it-the Sets Annual '
aminers at NAS Jax lists the following
appeal is year !round for adven-
examinations for jobs in
turous souls! Homes TourThe '
the Jax area: Heat treater, radio
,Allied material may be rightin
mechanic buffer and polisher
,
line with ;your interests due Naval Air Station Garden;; ,i
graphic arts mechanic, operator
ing the excitement.let-down after the Christ- Circlet an affiliate. ,of the Garden pumping plant, refrigeration and >,
mas
Club of Jacksonville, announcesthe air conditioning mechanic, photo 4

Ghost Voyage: Adventure annual tour of homes will be transferer, metal, armature winder <.
(dangerous) and plenty of information
electrician )
held from 1400 to 1600 (power plant 5
Sunday
about the natives encountered ;' ,
M.Y a8 Xa"ar4w.? ; v 'g electrician (lineman), office machine
by three landlubbers, withno } opp uz xaix ,( is :aa Dec. 18. repairman. '

knowledge of navigation, who Four homes, located on the
$ ALSO pest control equipment
voyage from Coppermine, the a Southside, will be be open to the .
operator saw filer, letterer
,
Bering Straits and south to Vancouver public, displaying Christmas deco
ivil
LKed&3. Cww F.Wti and grained i oxy-acetylene
rations
In keeping with their periodor
.teetip : gas plant operator, pantaograph
'wia; tas<.a .4
American Expedition: Sven style. machine
operator, graphic arts
Waxen, Bering's second in command : Tickets for the tour will be on mechanic helper, office machine

wrote the account of the sale at $1.00 each at the December I repairman helper locksmith air
na i ,
voyage which, in addition to meeting of the Naval Ah Station craft instrument mechanic helper f

highly important scientific data, Officers' Wives Thursday at the elcctroplatcr helper, upholsterer

also gave the first authentic accounts FOR SERVICE Some 12 individual commands I Oftl eIJ' Club, or may be obtained helper, sandblaster, stenographer
of native Aleutians. The and units have been presented with "Citations for Community from Mrs. J. J. McKinstry, Mrs. and typist.INTERESTED }y
manuscript was lost for about Service" by the Community Chest-United Fund tot their efforts in R. A. Clarke, Mrs'W. E. Klein or .
the 1956 campaign All were participants in the Jacksonville Navy persons can apply 1
200 ;years-its recovery gives us a Mrs. I. N. Curtis. They will also
1
Consolidated Charity Drive in which over $95,000 was contributedby at any Post Office, except Atlanta
sea tale of ,adventure while adding military and civilian personnel. Citations have gone to Civil be sold at the Garden Circle meet Ga., for forms and information -
to the history of exploration. Service Employees of Jax Navy Complex, NAS Jax, NAS Cecil ing Friday morning.'Mimeographed .
Field, Naval Air Technical Training Center, NARTU Jax NAAS regarding the followingexams
Alone: Admiral Byrd's own account Mayport, Fleet Air Jacksonville, Naval Hospital, Fleet Air Wing maps showingthe for positions in Alabama,
of the five months he spent Eleven, and Marine Aviation Detachment, NATTCenterVaccine location of the four homes will Florida, .Georgia 1 Mississippi,

alone isolated at Advance Base in be available to those who buy North Carolina, South Carolina,

1934. Ranks with the greatest tickets from members of the NAS Tennessee, and at Fort Campbell, .

tales of man's endurance for an Free Salk Due :Garden Circle.Mutual Ky.: Bureau of Indian Affairs:

ideal in this instance willful elementary teacher, physicalchemist 1 .
personal risks to further .knowledge
chemist inor
organic ,
of the world in which we ganic chemist chemist '
For Jax DependentsJacksonville Aid Reveals analytical ,
live.
general chemist, safety inspector, t.
Mountain Meadow : Lord aviation medical officer general
Tweedsmuir's (John Buchan) has been designated as one of the areas Terminal DividendThe medical officer. l'

mystery travel story, most of authorized to administer Salk poliomyelitis vaccine to eligible Navy Mutual Aid Association )
MEDICINE and medial -
of the Armed Forces voluntarv surgery
of personnel on a -
dependents
which takes place in a remote will pay a $1,000 terminal divi-
officer internal medicine and
according to ComSix District Notice 6230. ,
haste:: :
Canadian valley in the far north. -Children i r military personnel dend to the designated beneficiaryof diagnosis medical officer, admin-

Especially recommended for those from six months to fourteen NAS Glynco, and Naval Station any member whose death shall istrative medical officer, medicine ,

who appreciate a tale with phil- years age Inclusive will be given in- Green Cove Springs. occur after November 18, 1955.: other fields medical .officer, ;

osophical undertones.. noculations against', poliomyelitisat To predict when the vaccine will I This dividend payment Is in ad- telegraphic-typewriter operator

Men Against The Desolate Antarctic specified activities, of the Sixth I be received is as yet impossible, dition to the regular benefit of shorthand reporter, fish culturist,

: Maps and photographs add Naval District, the vaccine to be according to Navy authorities. As $7,500 and is 'payable on a mem engineering aid, physical science ,"

to an excellent 'story of men supplied as available through soon as it is received notices will ber's death in cash or as an an- aid, biological aid, agriculture i;

"who have fallen under the spellof central distribution.No be published. The vaccine will be nuity. Paid-up memberships of less aid, bacteriology aid, botany aid, '$

the mysterious Antarctic." Like fee will be charged as these given in three doses, the secondto than $7,500, terminated by death, entomology aid, general (labora- t

any good adventure tale, this history inoculations are chargeable to follow the first several 'weeks will be Increased by 13-1/3 percent. tory) aid, pathology aid, zoologyaid

of antarctic exploration is controlled funds of the Bureau of later, and the third to be given the. This dividend does not increase medical illustator, technical

of men against odds; unlike fiction Medicine and Surgery. following ;year. loan or surrender values of mem- equipment illustrator, general illustrator .

the odds are dangerouslyhigh The ,following commands In Those members of the Armed berships.The aeronautical engineer, \

against the men. The read- this area have been Indicated to Forces who have deposited money Association, In announcingthe architectural engineer. \
ing will create a real appreciation with the dividend decision, explainedthat
carry out tW program: NAS Special Services depart- CIVIL ENGINEER, construction
for their feats and a few may Jacksonville' the Naval Hospital ment, NAS Jacksonville for the all members would share engineer, electrical engineer, electronic

want to become a part of such Jacksonville, NAS Cecil Field, purchase of Salk vaccine may receive equally in the increased benefit, and industrial engineer,

hazardous Jiving I a refund by calling Build- irrespective* of length of member: mechanical engineer, safety engineer '

The Survivors: Fiction with a Ing 930'and presenting the receiptfor ship t civil engineering drafts
Schedule
thrilling plot. Pilot, hired to go Scouts the money deposited. I man, architectural engineering

to the Antarctic regions to, solvea draftsman, electronic and radio

,man's' mysterious death; finds Fam Hide NartuTour electrical engineering draftsman,
solution butwrecks'plane on the '
general engineering draftsman,
ice. Struggle for survival, 'until f.
MondayA mechanical engineering draftsman
final rescue of some of the crew,
mechanical draftsman,
makes wonderful reading. tour of the technical training aeronautical engineering aid, ci
Top Of The World Title
: givento
facilities of NARTU .and a tL: engineering aid, electronicsaid
one of National Geographicmaps
short familiarization ride in the electrical general engineeringaid
which help in under- f
may Link Trainer will highlight a meet- *lE, and mechanical engineeringaid.
standing news of the area. (Of } y ,
ing of Explorer Post 131, Boy .f .
course we've other and at-
maps. Scouts of America, at 1300 on 4a -
lases!)
Monday in the conference room Some Power! ,
of the Technical Training Depart-

ment, Building 906.( : : A Rocket Engine developed for

Discussion of future activitiesand f t.F use in a supersonic research

cw4TAB } completion of registrationforms !. plane produces approximatelythe
Esv ITDGAaftPS for members and committeemen -
a same power as the giant turbines -
will also take place.
SCI, .wuw ar 4 tKY of a Navy cruiser.
All boys, 14 to 17 years of age, T .
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who are dependents of naval or
I. civilian personnel the Naval Air The ship's cook noticed that a

I.I I.I I i Station Jacksonville and its resident recruit had taken four cups of

I commands and who are in- coffee: and was starting on his

terested in affiliation with Explorer i..1 v fifth.

Post 131 are invited to attend "Say, you must like coffee!" he
., ,. ........
the meeting. ". :i.,; >" {-,. __ _h.-. .;;. .. 4 exclaimed. ,.,

Adults Interested In working NEW WAVE OFFICER Preparation of a training aid at "Yes," replied the recruit,
with this group as Explorer advisors NATTCenter Is explained to Lcdr. Harriet Coxen, new assistant Ito "that's why I'm willing to drinkso
") 4xAR1oul: > I5R353PU004sr1"1Auvw the executive officer at the Training Center, by CWO Milburn
TNNr7 or committeemen are' especially Nance, assistant training facilities officer. Lcdr. Coxen reported much hot water to get a little
urged to be present. here from the Pentagon, Washington, D. C. of: it."





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Excels Also At Piano, Organ servicemen To



I Airman ViolinistPerforms With Symphony p, :qI Pay Park FeesUnlesslnGrou1)


A young Navy violin wiz-

ard, who embarked upon a
musical career before losing'

his baby teeth, is now playing The National Park Service has

with the Jacksonville Symphony I announced that beginning Janu
ary 1 servicemen will no longer

Leonard B. Plummer, AN, of have admission and other fees

Jacksonville's Fasron 9, has play. waived for them at national parks,

ed the violin for 18 years since unless ,they are in an organized

the age of four. Qi' ,, b recreation group.
A native of Roswell, N. M., a o a, Since the outbreak of the Korean -

young Plummer 'played three 'war such fees as admission

concerts with the Jacksonville ; guides, elevators, automobile entry -

a Symphony last year and two thus and parking have been waive

far during the 1955 season. Dr. ed. The war-time no-fee rule is

James Christian Pfohl, conductor, being dropped for all but official

regards Plummer as "a vital tour groups.
woman Medic CaptainThe
member of the second violin sec One consolation of the new
tion which aids much in the or- first woman doctor to be rule !is that, although servicemen

chestra's success." promoted to captain in the may no longer' get in free, thosein

DILIGENT STUDY and a Navy's Medical Corps has been groups will no longer have to

strong determination earned po- announced. She is Giaconda R. be in uniform to qualify for fee
sitions in various symphony or- araniero, currently on duty at waiver:

chestra's for the versatile and the 'infirmary of Headquarters i .

youthful virtuoso who has ex Support Activities Naples, Italy.

celled at the piano for 13 years 'Life In This

and at the organ for six.
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.After three seasons with the '"'' r -r"-: -

EI Paso, Texas, Junior Symphony THIS PLUMMER IS A VIOLINIST From military dutiesto Navy' Contest
his family moved to Austin participation with the Jacksonville Symphony is the dual life
of Leonard Plummer AN of Fasron Nine who has
performedwith
where violin recitals earned him Now
the orchestra for two seasons. At left he is busily engaged OpenDo
a prominent place with the Aus- In clerical duties,in the squadron and at tight-he is shown with SALTY HUMOR FROM
tin High School orchestra, and his German-made violin daring concert. Only :22, he has played you have anything inter
subsequently an integral part in the; violin for 18 years HERE AND THERETwo esting and humorous to tell about

the University of Texas sym he; Bethoven Violin Concerto; that your "life in the Navy?"
,phony. He was a member of theuniversity' small boys proved
\rturo'Toscanni as a conductor; tLongGr..cen"WonBy humans are always out to get If.so, you can put it down on
choral for
group hopin and Bethoven for
piano something for nothing. paper and enter the new contest
three years.TEAMED. renditions and Johan Sebastian called "Life in This which
.
Navy,
WITH his nineteen- Nine PersonsNine Boy: "My dad's a doctor, so
)Bach for organIN is to all hands and
open depend
I can l>e sick for nothing.
,year old sister, Nina Ruth, a vio-
ADDITION to the music persons from three de- Playmate: "My father's a minister -
tlinist for 15 years, the musical ents.The
duo composed popular and classi field, he is dexterous at hypnotism partments are the latest recipients so I can be good for nothing." Navy-wide contest is one

cal music in high school andI ; has a liberal knowledge of of the."long green." C where personnel write of their
sychology; is assistant Boy ScoutMaster "Long green," otherwise Dentist wider own experiences, showing an ap-
I college and performed ,for various : "Open please -
|civic organizations. of Jacksonville Troop identified as genuine U. S. legal wider." pealing or humorous sidelight on
]Four; a member of Alpha Phi tender, is given away by life in the Navy Deadline for
Plummer proudly owns a Ger- Patient: "A A A Ah.
1 Omega: national service frater- the Voice of Safety in 'answer entries is March 1, 1956.
i man-made violin which he ac- Dentist: inserting: rubber gag,
13 ]pity, and Alpha RTO chapter of to this question: "Can you tell towel and Entries must be true, not to exceed -
|quired years ago. Like most sponge): "How's your
1 he University of Texas. 250 words and must be
( me the safety slogan for the ?" type
youngsters, forced-practice was anally
t necessary, during his childhood Plummer reported to Fasron 9 month." A correct answer C written. Entries may'be submitted

i despite his ever-present yearningfor !In January of this year from NAS'ensacola. brings a free dollar bill. Have you ever heard about the to Chief of Naval Personnel,

( music. Following release to For correctly giving "Guard local guy who advertised for a (Pers. GS-11)) Washington 25,

Favorites with Plummer are Inactive duty In May, he plans to Christmas Pleasures With and got hundreds of replies? I'I'wife D. a
e-enter the Texas Safety Measures" as the slo-
I University, Everyone of them said, "You I
College of Fine Arts, for a Degree gan for December, the follow- can have minel"Sixyearold I ---- T'a

Drop In AWOLs ; of Music Education, and to ing were presented with lucky .
fulfill his greatest aspiration bucks:

Reported By that of becoming a composer and Joe Francis, W C. Hoard, Mary woke up
about two in the morning. "Tell ,' ,
conductor. and Sue Sapp of Overhaul and 41v
Repair i Department; Billie me a story, mamma," she pleaded
All ServicesThe "Hush, said mother.I
darling,
Kennedy, E I w i n Marshall,
Christmas Pageant "Daddy will be home and
AWOL rate is on the down- James Moore, Charles Turner soon
tell us both "
grade throughout the armed Slated December 18 and Alene Brumbaugh of one.
1 VV
forces. Public Works; and English O .It>

The Army, whose AWOL rate The annual Christmas Pageantwill Hilton of Supply] Department. Friend: "Did you get any replies -

WAS 15.2 for every thousand men be presented to the public to our advertisement that. a $, ,
in June 1952, has had a gradual lonely maiden sought light and
by the Sunday School Class o i the singing of the Christmas Can "
warmth In her ,
decline with its present rate now the Protestant Chapel on December life?
tata by the All Saints' Choir, at
standing at 5.2 per thousand. 18 at 1900 at All Saints' ChapeL 2000. All hands and friends are Spinster: "Yes two of them
During WWII the Army had One from the- electric companyand /
invited to see these two Christmas -
an AWOL rate of 4.5: per thou- Following the Pageant will be programs. one from the coal company."

eand. However, this figure included *

many men missing for Lieutenant: "How are you and j, % Ve

loss than SO days who reported 4' your wife getting along now?" V

back to their" units voluntarily.Jn Ensign: "Oh, fine; she actually V. *$,.

1952, the Navy"said it had worships me puts burnt offerings -

'29,49,0{ absent offenses. This figure : YIY on the table in front' of me A a 4M

,jumped to 30,500 in 1953 but \. three times daily."

dropped to .18,542 in 1954, Evidence .

of the sharp decline In Smith was sitting down to
Navy AWOLSNvas further dem- breakfast CHRISTMAS BUNDLEHere's -
one morning when he
more of Moore! Getting'Into :
.onstrated this year with only was astounded to see in the paperan the spirit of Christmas
16,841 offenses up to August. announcement of his own shopping is Columbia Pictures
( The Air Force's rate has death. starlet Cleo Moore. Her fetch

dropped from a high of 7.6 menper He rang up his friend Jonesat ing: snow-maiden costume has
thousand in 1950 to 1.90 gzZSANOvJiJ.dW4YM nothing to do with her latest
per once. "Hello, Jones!I" he said role in Columbia's "Overexposed.
thousand this year, "Have you seen the announcement ." You must admit, she's
) The Marine Corps is also reporting of my death in the paper?" quite a Christmas bundle.
r a similar decrease. In Yea," replied Jones.
"W her e
1952, the corps had 5,849 admin I are you speaking from?" Fate Of Commissaries

i istratlve desertions. In 1953, there C

were 5,530 and last yea 4,482. a> Smith: "Sony old man, t hat Hinges On ReportsA
During the first six months of this hen got loose
and
e year there were only 1,895.:$ your garden. scratched up report on Navy Commissary
Stores, which the Secretary of
The services attributed the decline Jones: "That's
in AWOLS and desertions all right, my Defense will use .to determine
dog ate hen."
to President Eisenhower your which stores will operate in 1956,
mainly
Smith
: "Fine
order of September 1954, which : : "m YMMIVAAIpgi Y.W n.N vvvxtvwwwwwwmmre.u'' .wnrnvwvww-H...uw your dog and killed, I just him"ran over has been forwarded by the Bureau .
Imposed stiff all of. : of Supplies and Accounts.The
penalties
on
HIS IDEA WORTH $US Alfonso Alex, Overhaul and Re- .
annualoperation
e fenders. Information and education pair employee, explains to Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, 0 ft R officer, "Say, Pop, did report details the
programs dealing with the his suggestion of an improved process for cleaning oil tanks for day School when you go to Sun of the Navy' 52 com
Individuals' personal- problems AF and RID type aircraft. Alex, who received a $IZ5 check for "Yes you were a boy?" missaries along with Justificationfor
his idea, was the most recent of 31 son, regularly." busi
have also been a key factor In among group employees to their remaining open for
"I bet !it
receive cash amounting to A total of $1,215 for beneficial sugges won't do, me any rood reply J II
ness. Wilson's
infractions. AFPS Secretary
:reducing -( ) tions. either"
",
expected in midJanuary.r .


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LADDERWith Retiring .


CiviliansWeekly k?w a r Chief Gore

( the JAX Air News, in I

cooperation with the Industrial ,r What I Not even a coffee break!
Relations Department, will list r k Such is the story of Calvin 4 1

various promotions for Naval Air A. Gore, Jr., AMC, of VU-4 detachment .
Station civilian personnel). who last week retired

Twenty-two civilian employeesof after 26 years of Naval service L
Overhaul and Repair Department ft and went to work almost imme-
have been promoted duringthe diately here at Overhaul and, Re
two weeks of Nov. 28 to Dec. pair Discharged Wednesday after- !

5, as reported by the Industrial noon, he reported for work early

Relations department. Thursday morning. '
Promoted were: Raymond Kelly A' native of Miami, Gore, now

Bob Gardner Jr., Cumi Barr,, 4 : V3v only 14, has served on active duty /
Elsie Poole, Johnnie McCormick,, since entering the Navy at 17 In \ 1
and Rufus Swett, all from avia av ss July of 1929. '"Seaman CoxTinfJ consing-
tion metalsmlth helper 3rd stepto Prior to entering Naval aviation, won you la o'pofctr passer
aircraft metal fabricator 1st exactly two years prior to World :\
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step; Solomon Wood, Marvin War II, he saw four years of dutyin
Brown, and Ray Rhoden from China aboard the old.destroyers
aviation metalsmith helper 3rd Henderson and Pillsbury and subsequently
step to aircraft metal fabricator3rd served aboard various I

step; William O'Cain from ammunition and cargo vessels._

aviation metalsmith helper 3rd to #i___ After earning the wlpgs of a
aircraft metal 1st step. F- combat alrcrewman, he boardedthe
Also promoted were: Richard t. old USS Ranger in the Pacific,
Smith from heat treater helper followed by night fighter squadron
2nd step to aircraft metal fabri and patrol unit duty at NAS Mainside Waves did their bit

cator 1st step; Ifutchie James Kaneohe, Hawaii His post war for charity last Saturday night ..
from radio mechanic helper 3rd duty brought 'him here in 1949to
and Sunday morning as the girlsof .
step to radio mechanic 1st step; 0 & R for thre years.
Earl Harrington from aircraft SURVIVAL-PHASE LtJg( James Kent of Fighter SquadTon -, After a brief tour with VU-4 Barracks 723 kept a coffee vigil
mechanic helper-general 3rd step 11, a Fleet Air Jacksonville unit, finds the intricacies of erect in 1951 at NAS Chincoteague, Va., watching the IB hour TV telethon
tag the emergency life raft's radar reflector difficult enough on
to aircraft assembler 1st step and the deck of VF-11's ready room, to say nothing of what it might he was assigned to the detachment raising funds for Cerebral Palsy
Billie Artis from painter helper3rd be like while the raft is tossed about in heavy seas. This Is one, here. 4 At 0100 Sunday morning the few.
step to aircraft finish and in- phase of VF-ll's ground training program which Includes periodic -4. .. and the.
who
signia painter 1st step. review in the use of emergency equipment with an eye toward its AK School Honor ManGoes girls were sleeping
possible need for survival. many who were sitting around the .
Richard Barton was promotedfrom To AnacostiaLeroy \
aviation metalsmith helper3rd lounge watching the telethon, were

step to ,aircraft metal fabri- Ban Three-Year Hitches George, AKAN, of all asked to contribute toward, the
cator 1st step; Helen Olsen from Straughan, Ind., was the honor Cerebral Palsy A delegation went .
aviation metalsmith helper 3rd student in last week's graduatingclass :
to the George Washington with
step to aircraft metal fabricator1st from Aviation StorekeeperSchool.
Reservists the collected to turn it
For DrafteesRegulations money over: j
step; William Snead from air- :4
! craft air-frames inspector 2nd He joined the Navy In January, to charity in return for one favor.

I step to aviation metalsmith shop which authorized enlisted reservists to enlist for 1955 and has been assigned to the The delegation of Waves returned '

! planner 2nd step; Raymond Wirth three years in the Regular Navy have been scuttled following an Naval Air Station, 'Anacostia, at 0330 and in their poo '1
! from engineering'' draftsman GS-1 order banning three-year Reg hitches for draftees. Md., for duty. session they were proudly holding I'1

to engineering draftsman GS-2; Initial enlistments in the Regular
,y.x:M' ,+.w-M.r. ur.y/r..MNSVe'IN.aarRaYADY.y; exactly what the Waves had rei
William Duggar from aircraft rw""ii' ::: k
mechanic shop plannergeneral3rd Navy are now for only four r: quested In return for the donationa j
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,
step to production process and six years. ::::, :, signed photograph of the na
specialist A/C GS-9; James Co- Main reason for eliminating the tionally popular singer Pat Boone. t;

burn from production dispatcher3rd initial three-year enlistment for Pat not only put his signature on

step to general aircraft' reserves, according to officials, the 8 x JO photo but also wrote a 1

equipment inspector 3rd step; was that such tours were not personal, message to the Waves
Fred Minor from apprentice elec-
trician-A/C 3rd step to general available ,to men who come from thanking them for their generosity J

engineer, draftsman GS-3; and civilian life directly into the Reg- and wishing the girls future luck ."

Bernard Ballering from generalfire ular Navy. The picture was signed Pat Boone, ..

fighter GS-4 to inspector fire New. rules laid down for re landlubber The pride and joy of

fighter GS-6. servists wanting to enlist in the Barracks 723 can be seen anytime M
.
Regular Navy are: in the place of honor over the TV J Jset
Cub Pack1131 Plans
1. Personnel who first enlistedin in the Waves lounge.
the.Naval Reserve on or after S t
Holiday Activities 1955 and thus acquiredan i
Aug. 10, Many of the servicewomen assigned
A story hour, a Christmas book obligation to serve on active to NAS, NATTCenter, and
exhibit, and an official gift presen- duty for two years, may enlist in i' 1 : I Naval Hospital will leave today
tation by Cub Scouts of.Den 131 the Regular Navy only for a I and tomorrow to spend the holidays .
make up the holiday activities period of six years, if enlistment with their families. For the

scheduled at NATTCenter library. occurs after recruit of training 21 months, but I k.i!(',@'. ;:.1 .?'A: '.1Ii I'l-': ., .... ___... ..,, ..........' m___ ____. I! past few days, gifts have been. ,
before' completion PNC (right), takes over- wrapped, suitcases packed, anti t
All interested children and par- NEW E'& I CHIEF-Paul Reeves, 'l
ents are'Invited to the last of the active duty. Jron Harry Frakes, PNC, as the new chief petty officer in the last minute shopping accomplished.
series of' 2. Personnel who first enlistedin 'Education and Information office at,Naval Air Technical Training Leave is one of the nicest privileges "J
Monday. story Miss'hours Iona at Nelson 1500 next'will the Naval 'Reserve on Or after Center. The two chiefs point out the values of U S. Armed Forces of the service but oh, the ,:

concentrate on Christmas stories Aug. 19, 1955 (and thus acquireda -Institute-- Courses. time: and effort tit takes to get I

and at thp same time exhibit new two-year military obligation), New ChiefHeads ready to go :
and ordered to active dutyat 1
books are *
bought for the Children'sdepartment v
of the library by the any'' ship or station directly Navy, Marino .' Decorating Is In full swing as '\

officers wives of the command. without having basic recruit Manpower UpThe Center E & I the Waves put the finishing touches !
enlist in the Regu- .
training may on their yuletide settings. Any
tions Since most of these new addi- lar Navy for a period of six years, Navy and Marine Corps From submarines of World War one Interested In seeing the decorations 1
concern Christmas
they are
if enlistment occurs prior to completion II to Naval 'Air Technical Train- outside) and on the quarterdeck -
good suggestions for last minute showed a slight jump in man-
active duty.
gifts, :Miss Nelson declares. \ of 21 months October but the ing Is the wide range In the Na- of the barracks is welcome to
3. Other active duty.Naval Re- power during val of Paul Reeves come and look around. '
experience ,
The Cub .Scouts will make a strength of the Armed
serve personnel are authorized to total S -* .
formal presentation at 1600 this PNC, 'new leading chief of the
enlist in the Regular Navy for Forces was down. Maxine Johnson, star guard for
afternoon of a gift which their Education and Information Officeat
group has periods of four to six years. On Oct. 31, military strengthwas the Crackerjax, was graduatedfrom 'I
purchased as a den
project 4.S 2,922,000. On Sept. 30 it was NATTCenter. ,Airman Preparatory School
AE School Honor 2,930,863. Chief Reeves, serving with the last week, and will attend Aviation
Two A warded.. To Davis Strength of the''' Navy on- Oct. Flag Allowance of ComSUBPac Storekeeper School at NATTV
A-Subs Contracted 31 was estimated at 660,770 com- during World War II, saw duty Center.;

Contracts for the constructionof Honor student of Aviation pared to 660,254 on Sept. 30. New I aboard submarines: in the Pacific *
two nuclear-powered submarines Electrician's Mate School in last enlistments totaled 16,715, of and with sub flagships. His most Two graduates last week will
have been awarded"by the week's graduating class was Harold which 11,118 were new recruits recent tour was with the Staff, attend Air Controlman School at

Navy to the Electric Boat DIvision Davis, AEAN, of Staunton, and 5,597 were reenlistments. ComNAVFE In Yokosuka, Japan. Olathe( Kansas. They are Marino
of the General Dynamics Marine Corps strength on Oct. lie relieves Harry Frakes, PNC, Pat Roe and Mary Hemming, AN,
Corporation.. The Navy has also Va.Davis, who Joined the Navy 31 was 201,768, about 200 more who came to NATTCenter in Ap Janet Gaw, AN, has been transferred "
opened bids for the building of early this year, has been assigned than ,reported the month pre- ril, 1954. Frakes will report to to NAS, Alameda and Shaoron .
the fifth Forrestal carrier, the to VW-13, Patuxent River, vious. the USS Jason, a repair ship, for Hubner, AN, will attend Pho.
Kitty Hawk Md., for duty duty. tographer School at Pensacola.

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Unbeaten AK School, 'VAH-1 Second ."


Vie In Volleyball

Ensigns Tonight .

At MainsideThe
One undefeated team will emerge In the NATTCentcr basket-

ball league after tonight's game when Aviation Ground Officer VAIM Attackers grab-

School meets Aviation Storekeeper School in the NATTC gym at bed the Mainside Volleyball

.
2000. runner-up title this week witha
Last week the Ensigns came up
double-header sweep over
tion Ordnancemen 55-48. Aspcr-
with victories two and three, defeating -
NARTU and
two foes
Administration gren, Broadnax: and Dick Allen playoff ,
74-33 and '
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topped the losers. Fasron .
Aviation Electricians 8161. v
With everyone In on the scoring The two victories, and the 800
Bob Combs, with 17 points and Airman Preps won from Ad- S Ironman Trophy points that went
'Fred Wetzel with 14, led the En ___- '
ministration, 51-38, while Kenny I with them, boosted the Patrol
signs. Andy Kenny was tops for in
and Wayne Frel carried the x. Squadron into second place
Administration. Against the Feathers' offense. f the final intramural standings.Not .

Sparkles it was Combs and Hal All-around scoring of Henry ;'.'',:. only did the Attackers: further -

Peper, who scored 17, and Terry Bush, Hank Rahn ,and Jim Webb ," their own cause in the Iron-

Taugner with 17, who were the kept the Aviation Electricians in '" man proceeding, but they also assumed -
top scorers for AGO. Henry the running as they won from ".1 i the role of "giant killers"
Bush's 18 points and 14 by Jim '"
Buchholz the
NavAlrWeaps, 67-41 by knocking off Trophy-con
'S
< a ,
Webb led the Sparkles. scored 21 for the Mbsilemen. .J N scious crew from NARTU in one

THE STOREKEEPERS scored The league will be idle after of the most exciting court finishes

over Special Services, 61-41, and this week's play until,January 2. !L of the year. '

dumped Aviation Ordnancemen, Standings / .4 NARTU needed only to finish sec-
64-58. The combination of Scott Team W L Pct 1"1 ond in the spike loop to win the

Jones Perry White, Bill Mathews AGO School 3 0 1.000 Ironman title from VC-62, but the
and Bob Hinkle featured in AK School 3 0 1.000 Weekend Warriors couldn't quite

the two victories. MarAvDet 3 1 .750 ..- ..........F jy"imrn y wawtfew.*\....... 1m 0..u,;_ make the grade although they
Special Services' leading scorers AE School 3 1 .750 ENSIGNS TAKE LEAD By scoring an 81-61 -victory over provided some real entertainmentfor
were Hank Powell and Ken AN-P School 2 1 .667 a powerful Aviation Electrician's Mate School team, the Aviation the few fans .present at the
Johnson with Ernie Broadnaxand NavAirWeaps 1 3 ..250 Ground Officers School Ensigns climbed Into a first place tie In the match.
NATTCenter league. Poised and shooting is Bob Combsof
AO School 1 3 .250 care
Wayne Aspergren's 20 points the Ensigns. Others from AGO In the picture are Jerry Taairner VA1I-1 took runner-up honors
being high for the Blockbusters. Spec. Serv. 0' 3 .000 (24)), Hal Peper ((8)). Sparkle players are Henry Bush (22). Alike with a 15-8: 16-14 decision over
Setting up a season's scoring Administration 0 4 .000 Connelly ((13), Cliff Denes (21) and Willie Edge ((10). the Fasron'-6 team, but it was

-mark----- of__ 38-- points.. Ned ArmentAr somewhat of an anti-climax to the
paced Marine Aviation Detach- Aflmm Clips VAU1In NARTU encounter.

ment to a 62-54 win over Naval Mainsifte Golf The Attack Squadron had been

;Air Weapons System School, last eliminated from Ironman Trophy

year's champ. Al Buchholz with Administration stunned VAH-1 title consideration the previous day

26 and Nevin Koch with 13 kept 4N with an upset links victory late when its golf squad dropped a .

the Missilemen, in the game. last week to take the Mainside playoff match to Administration.

EARLIER TIIE MARINES, ledby .N. Golf League runner-up title and I .

Armentor, George Boyko and 800 points credit toward the Iron-

Larry Urquhart, defeated Avia- man Trophy. Crackerjax j
The Admin-men had to wait un-

AOANPClashFor til the final match of the afternoon

to upset the Attackers-who had Scuttle Ga.Wacs,4033
VA-172 VC-62 Remain .
Center finished second in regular season
play-:winning the contest 3-2&

when Lcdr. Jay :Maze managed a

Keg HonorsEntering Undefeated At MainsideVC62 draw with V AlI-l'. Bob Becotte. .

Both teams had won semi-final
the final week of playin r "Roll up the points and let
playoff matches to reach the final
the NATTCenter Bowling won three 'games and VA-172 triumphed twiceto round VAH-1'downed Fasron 109 I the other team try to catch
remain at the' top of the Mainside Intramural Basketball ; "
League, Aviation Ordnanceman 3%.2'& while their opponents split you, is the logic behind the
Airman heap this week with 8-0 and 7-0 records respectively.
School and Preparatory '
with Hospital twice In 3-3 deadlocks coaching of Fred Dammeyer,
Third-ranked also
Hospital '
School were battling it out for 61-29 and Vr-173 by 72-62 before 5-1 third
a winning
the
picked up a brace of victories durIng new mentor of the Jax Navy
the title.
league John Wagoner led the win- time out.
score
Wave Crackerjax whose team
the period to stay within
One game behind entering the in the Fasron encounter The Maze-Becotte match turned
ners defeated the Fort McPherson
reach of the loop-leaders, downing .
last week, Airman Preps, lastyear's with a 23-point outburst. out to be the deciding match of the
Wacs in Atlanta the
Naval Air Station cham- O & R, 86-58, and .Operations, I afternoon. over
tlO.il. Wagoner currently ranks sixth fc weekend, 40-33.
pions, had four players above i Administration 3-2
the 150-average mark. They were Bob Faye, the league's leading among the league's scorers with with only Maze's match was leading With this in mind, Coach Dam-
Fred Daly, Francis Greenwood, scorer, tallied 29 points in the '149 points In eight games for an remainingand meyer used virtually all of his
needed at least in that
'
a split
John Burner and Max: Way. game with 0 & R, duplicating- a ,18.5 points per game average. one to win the tilt. guards at one time or anotherin
Charlie Summitt was the only similar feat turned In against Communications I Results for the week included: a forward position while Ruth

Blockbuster bowler above 150. last week. Faye has Fasron 109, 56, VAH-1, 45; Oper- VAIM, 34; Communications, 42, Bradshaw, regular forward scoring

Harry Beaumont of Special scored a total of 154 points in six ations, 73, Communications,* 42; Personnel, 32; VC-62, 72, VF-173; ace,,was sidelined because of

Services took over the lead in the games for an average. of. 25.6 'Fasron Six, 69, FAW-11, 63; 62; and VA-172, 2, VAH-1, 0 illness.

individual average with 173 while points per contest. I FAETU, 49, VA-175, 44; VF-173, (forfeit). THE CRACKERJAX are pretty
FEW GRANGES were retrla.. well fixed for forward
Vincent COnley, also of Special ---- a starting
Service, boosted himself into tered in the standings, although lineup with Pat Ashcraft, Ellen

third place with 162. there were several minor switches Bryan and Bradshaw, but need

Leading bowlers: Beaumont, in. the lower echelons. reserve scoring strength. The

173; Daly, ANP, 167; Conley, SS, VA-172 had ft highly varied team loses Bryan in January
162; Greenwood, ANP, 160; Burner week, running wild in a 91-19 rout when she,will be graduated from '

ANP, 157; Way, ANP, 157; of :VW-4 and then receiving 2-0 v # Airman,! Preparatory School.

DeMarco, AGO, 155; Bottorff, forfeit win from VAIM. Bryan stole the show against .

AK, 155; Perkins,' SS, 153; Free- The frontrunningComposite t the Wacs at Atlanta, rolling up

man, Disbursing, 152; Summitt, Squadron ran over Its sixth' 22 points. Pat Ashcraft, team
AO. 150. seventh and eighth opponents during captain, netted 11.
the week.and threatens to live
Current league standings All of the girls making the trip,
up to ..u.. pre-season ranking as
through Tuesday, December' 13,
except Bradshaw, ,action including
saw -
_
ate: the team to beat for the title. :
Diane
Fitzpatrick
Tony
TIlE SIXTY-TWO crew knocked
Team W L Pet.
M1i Senkbiel, Sally Cornwell, Nancy
AO School 63 13 .839 off Fasron 6, 61-53; Personnel, t % Gibbons, Gaye Cooper, Anne

AN-P School 62 14 .816 Standings: Simmons, Myrna Murphy, Doris
Teams Won Lost Pet -
Spec Servo 42 30 .583
Redman, Cornea French, Carolyn
VC-62 8 0 1.000
AK School 41 31 .569 Davis, and Marjorie Clark.
NAWS School 39 37 .513 VA-172 7 0 1.000
Hospital 6 1 .857 THE CRACKERJAX have
Disbursing 38 36 .500 '
scored 327 points in the eight
AGO School 33 47 .413 Operations 5 ,2 .714
f c y4 games played against southeastern -
ANP-2 School 29 43 .403 Fasron 6 5 2 .714
servicewomen, averaging 40
FAW-11 .4 3.568
AE School 23 49 .319 "
points a game. They have won
TabMachUnit 16 60 .211 Fasron 109I 3 .500
l VW-4.. 3 3 .500 five and lost three.

VF-173 2 S .400 Bradshaw is leading the
POINT PARADE ........... ..,. ... scor-
-- -- -- ---
Jacksonville, Fla.-The Gator VA-175 2" ,333 ing with 96 points followed by
VOLLEYBALL VICTORS -The eight athletes above, plus '
Bowl, which matches Auburn and Communications 2 5 .286 three of their team mates, are members of the Station's championship Bryan with 93; Ashcraft, 84; Bet-
. Vanderbilt on December 31, has VAII-1 2 6 .250 volleyball squad from VC-62. Left to Bright they are Joe ty Deno, 43; Johnson, 4; and Murphy .
produced 94 points in the last two O & R 1 IS .167 Blnciak, ADI; Jim Good, YNI; Lt. Glenn Jordan, coach; Bob 3.The.
Ashby, AMC; Bill Allfood, AD3; Don Chalgnot, YN3; Frank
games, 68 by winners Texas Tech FAETU 1 6 .144 team gets a rest over the
Walker YN3 and AD3. Not
; Gary Buckley, pictured are John
and Auburn and 26 by lovers Au- Personnel Ilaywood, AM2; Bernie Brenslnger, ADI; and Joe Simons, ADI.
bul1\.and Baylor., VP-16 O. .000 YC-62 defeated AE School of NATTCenter for the Station crown play in January.r .
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JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .



lAX


9 Sports ,

Briefs ''\
i '
T a ,
,
+ Keen rivalry has developed between
t a tru
'vt t Y ,3 the Ensigns of AGO School "+

,
and the Marines at Airman Prepa-
a,
tory School in the NATTCenter

Basketball League. After the Ensigns *
iM
1
scored a surprising 71-48

victory over the Preps !in the open

ing week, Lcdr. Vincent Anania

I of AGO and Capt. Tom Mooney of

AN-P went into a huddle.

They came up with the idea of

playing the next game between .'
the two arch-rivals In King HalL I

''' It is tentatively planned for

Wednesday, January 16.

Iron ManTrophy S *

All those new golf balls floating

w around .Jack Harvey's wellkeptlinks

are part of NATTCenter

: __: r- Special Services contribution to

the NATTC intramural golfers.Lt. .
.
.y
To VC62The Bill Lyons, Special Services
officer, presented the intramural

r linksmen with a golf ball for each
Ironman Trophy- J
sym match in which they played. As
bol of NAS Jax intramural
>: there were 12 matches on the program
sports supremacy -was won !, some of the golfers have *
this week by VC-62 who won :; ; ,> ( : "". bagful right now.
out over VAH-1 and NARTUin > .
,Jl4tlt. '''W '
.." ': : :: .
a very close title race. ...
The "J"'N' 1 ,; ,'\. Twas a homecoming for "Tony" .
Composite' Squadron re- ..;< ..'(< .'::;. \
ceived its award, a handsome ma. ; .',,!.' '" Senkbeil of the Crackerjax when
hogany plaque with gold achieve- the team played in Atlanta over

ments, at the intramural sports the weekend. Her family, all At
Ii. ,
banquet last Friday evening.It w ':"" '''' ': > lantans, turned qut for the game

the straight time ..._ ,n" H' ,', j against the Fort McPherson Waco, ,
was second .
.
that VC-62 had won the Trcphy. INTRAMURAL BANQUET Over 150 Station intramural athletes, their commanding officers
and at the Civilian Cafeteria last for the first intramural Last and
The CompRoners also took it in guests gathered Friday sports banquet. Friday's sports banquet
left shows Lcdr. Bernard Garbow left) VC-62 executive officer the coveted Ironman
Top ( accepting awards session was one of the best ,)
the Spring sports campaign this Trophy, top intramural award, from Captain William S. Harris, NAS Jax commanding officer. Top athletic get-togethers the Station .
right is John Haywood (left), VC-62 quarterback, receiving the handsome Station football trophy ,
year.The champions had to from Captain Harris. Bottom left Insert (top) is Bill Terry, former New York Giants player and has ever had. The crowd was a
manager and recently voted into the Hall of Fame. Terry was guest speaker. Bottom Insert Is Don little smaller than had been anticipated
have help along the way, how- Bessent, local Jax diamond product, who became an overnight sensation with his hurling for the but those in attendance
ever, as both NARTU and this shows Lt. Glenn Jordan left the Main-
Brooklyn Dodgers year. Lower right photos ( ) accepting seemed to enjoy the fine food and
VAII-1 were distinct title, side volleyball award from Captain Harris. Some 60 trophies and awards were presented.
interesting speakers-and particularly
threats the week
as began.

side But when VAH-1 its fell golf by team the way-was AFPS SPORTS 60 Awards Go To Units never Lcdr.allowed the Jay fast-moving Maze the ,affair Special pace to Serv-drag that


knocked out of the running by ices Officer who had charge of

Administration in the runner-up RoundupBy the dinner, added another "col-

playoff finals. And then the At- Armed Forces Press Service At Intramural BanquetSome lateral" duty to his many official

tackers sewed it up for VC-62 by ones when he served as "disc joe-
downing NARTU in the volley- Armed Forces Radio Service- 150 Station sports enthusiasts turned out last. key" for the background music

ball playoff. New York sportscaster Cpl Bob Friday evening for the first intramural athletics' awards that played throughout the dinner

The Com Ron finished with a Pasottl reportedly is a top candi- banquet ever held at NAS Jacksonville. hour.
of the BrooklynDodgers' ;
date for one
-
total of 3,475 points while VAH1 next Included in the gathering were As far as we know, however,
broadcasting spots the former New York Giants'player
TU was third next with with 3,212'points.3,330' and .NAR Fas- season Top shooting honorsin the athletes who have participated and manager who now he wasn't I taking any record requests

the first annual world-wide in the Fall sports programat operates an automobile agency in
ron 6 displaced FAW-11 for .
fourth with a 2,040 total while Military Police Association pis- Mainside, the departmentaland Jacksonville.Also .
tol match went to the 545th MP commanding officers of the Chances of Aviation Ordnance-
the
FairWingers finished behind in attendance was another
the Far East Ma- men School in the NATTCenter
from local
Co. ; various active units, several
Personnel in sixth with 1,645 Jaxon prominent in national
ther AFB Calif. is organizing a Bowling League were endangeredthis
markers. and nationally-known sports baseball circles, Don Bessent, who week
ski team.A celebrities and representatives of i by the probable transfer
Units Pts won fame during the recent I of Chief Howie Nolan. Theleague'
VC-62 3,475 rugged %man up front for the the press, radio and TV. World Series for his strong pitching [ leading bowler with a 172

VAIM ,, 3,330 Islander grid team .at Parris Island The crowd actually was a little with the champion Brooklyn i average, Chief Nolan was graduated .
NARTU 3,215 S. C., was tackle Vic Rim- slimmer than had been expectedbut Dodgers. Lcdr. Sam Brewer of last Friday..

Fasron 6 'T 2,040 kus. In his senior year at Holy those who did attend were NAS served as master of cere- ,

Personnel 1,675 Cross in '52 he won All-East hon- well rewarded by -an excellent monies. Captain Harris made the The Orange Bowl will be
game
FAW-11 ors lie played in the East- meal and some interesting re- awards presentations.
1,645 represented with tormer Jacksonville
Hospital West All-Star game this season marks by several different speakers. i.
1,195 Navy talent when Coach
Fasron There's a BFC Bazooka at Ft. Ironman Trophy-winning VC-62
109 Jim Tatum
1,100O takes his Maryland
.
.
.
& R 985 Dix, N. J. He's the football team'smascot won the major portion of the Terrapins into Miami for their .
Operations 930 The BFC stands for Burro Baseball Hall of Famer Bill athletic awards, although its chief biennial bout with Oklahoma's

ComFairJax 690 First Class. Terry captured the crowd from running mate for the championship Sooners. Tatum coached what

Communications 610 Yale climaxed its football'relations the start with an easy speaking NARTU's Stationkeepcrs, may rank as the Fliers' greatest

FAETU 580 with Army by upsetting the manner that seemed more like a also garnered a fair share of the team-the 1945 aggregation that -,
Cadets, 14-12. The personal conversation than a loot.
Supply 400 highly-favored I was considered by many grid ob-
Infirmary 340 41-game series, which began in speech. Terry, whose Giants won pen- I servers to be the top service teamin

Special Services 170 1893, ended with Yale winning Captain William Harris, NAS nants in 1933, 1936 and 1937, con- the nation. ,

NAMTD 170 21 games, Army 12, and eight ties. commanding officer, introducedtee fided that one, of the biggest *
..L __.L_ _.._ Elter
thrills in nis entire career came Leo hard-hitting converted
the day he signed to play ball fullback with Washington's '

I INAWS Trips NARTU For Links Crown York with John club.McGraw and the New romping Jacksonville Redskins,Navy; never but playedfor he ,


may be .remembered by longtime ,
He later related the story of _
The Guided Missilemen from lock. one-up. However, he took a how one of his offhand remarks local football followers as a ,
identical79's bogey to Dalzell's par four on the member of the 1952 Parris Island
'Both linksmen fired became national
Naval Air press news overnight
Weapons System School last hole to split the point. Marine club that
aided by 11- squashed the f +
and both were When asked before the 1936
rocketed their, way to the Station stroke handicaps. Frenette, number three'man season by reporters about the locals, 74-0. Elter, subbing for the
Golf for the Missilemen, shot his best injured Dale Atkeson
championship last week by Jack strength of the chief-rival Brook- at fullback, .
scoring 3 Hank Holden defeated game of the year. His 24 handi- scored twice in a recent locally
a % to % victory over I lyn team, Terry retorted, "Brook ,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Piva, 3 and 2; Ed Gottlieb defeated cap and gross of 94 were too televised clash with the Pitts.burgh .
heard
lyn? I haven't from 'em
Blitz, 3 and 2;
Steve I much for Frye to overcome. Steelers.
Highly handicapped NavAir- in two months. Are they still In .
downed
Frenette .
and Joe Gottilieb' s 99 and 27 handicapalso 4 .
Weaps rolled through victoriesin George Fry, 4 and 3. I proved too much for Biltz the league The modern girl would rather 4

in three the other matches and broke even and Gay and Dalzell staged a nip ,while Holden's 20 handicap i The next day his statement have beauty than brains because
as Grady Gay
Sam Dalzell battled around the and tuck battle all along with I against 11 for Piva also providedthe screamed at him from the mast- the average man can see. .better '
onto the 18th 1 margin of victory ,heads of all New York papers. than he can think.
18-hole course to 'a- 68-68 dead- the former going



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: l'l'r mnm II Bountiful Deeds- Firm Friendship Throughout Year II I


are received for this column Benevolence Is the Spirit of towns, the Fellowship plays an port a worthy cause. Maintainingthis formed< to a Yuletide setting M

1 ... on Friday and Monday of every Christmas. Charity particularly important role in bringing' young lend-a-hand policy during the the background for a gala party

, week between 0800 1600. manifest during this time la men and women together<< in the holiday season, activities Includethe which will be held for members.

FOR BENT: brought to our attention by newspapers development of lasting friendships. support of a Christmas Cantata The Fellowship, meeting weekly'

4 rm. turn apt Nr. NAS, $60. and magazines Which laud Letters are received weekly from being presented by All at 1930 in Building 804 on Sun

4506 Irvington Ave. EV 8-6768. the traditional custom of good past> members who are now servIng Saints' choir and. assistance to day evenings, opens the get-to

Carney. will among men. at other military installations the Sunday Schoo) in the production gether with a short devotion fol-'

3 rm. turn apt. $&:S. 3664. Hedrick The Spirit of the Yuletide sea- according to. Chaplain Carpenter. of the youngsters' Christmas lowed'by an educational hour, con

St. EV .8.1598. Bryan son is being quietly cbntlnued These letters express the writers' Play, sisting of a forum, open discussion -

3 rm. turn apt 2845: Post St. throughout the year by an organ!* appreciation toward the Fellow : For its own self- knowledge round-table, speaker, and at

EV 9-7883 or EL 55330. Waston. zation of young people at NAS, ship, as well as keep present mem- and entertainment, the Fellowship times a work session A 'social
bers> informed about departed II is studying traditional period> of recreation, games and
3 rm. turn. apt. EL 5-7053. Horn who are ever willing to lend a
friends Christmas customs of nations and dancing plus refreshments windsup
2 bdrm. Ige. apt 719 Cherokee. hand where needed. .
As a shore base supports the countries in the world. On Decem the evening.
is the
EV 9-8925. Johnson. The group Fellowship, a !
2rms. Lakeshore; 4633 Wheeler branch of' an inter-denominational fleet, so does the Fellowship ..upFROII )fer 9 Building 804 will be trans- Fellowship officers are chosen
.,.,..:.
.on .D ballot. vote. eve ry ........e
Ave. EV 9-4275. Grove. organization formed a year ago
3 m>., apt 4465 Beverly Ave. Gor- under the direction of Chaplain months due to the short time

den. Malcolm Carpenter. The original many of the service personnel are

'. 1' bdrm. unfurn. apt. $45.: 1468 membership of 20 has now been attached to Jacksonville com
Edgewood Circle. EV 97449. increased' to 'about 100 active mands. Present officers are CpL
,Rizk. workers. Charles Beaver, president; Al

2 bdrm. Park and St. Hughes, AD2, recreation chairman -
apt. King Founded for the purpose of promoting
; Jackie Cople, project .chair
FL 9-6016. Garten.
wholesome fun for service
man; Donna Greenwood refresh-
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse.: 6036 Hyramv personnel and extending into mill ,
ment chairman; Eileen Carlson,
Ave. EV 8-2098. Long. tary life church activities such as
ET3, worship' chairman, and Don
M 2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Lakeshore; they experience in their own home
Cook, SN, membership chairman.
5334 Appleton St. EV 81432.
Johnson. Projects undertaken by the

3 rm. furn. apt 2649 Dellwood 20,000Continued members of the Fellowship often

Ave. EV 73393. Gavronsky. ( from Page 1) furnish many' worthwhile 'results.

3 rm.' turn apt. Murray Hill. schools were completed on Tues- Project for the year was the spon

EV, 81760. Ballentlne. day,with instructors and support soring of Jacksonville OpportunityHouse

3' rm. furn. or unfura hse. Col- being finished by this afternoon. Weekends 'and spare evenings -

lins Rd. EV 87868. Parnamore. VACCINE for about 10,000 dependents of the group were spent retailing -

3 bdrm. apt. Orange Park; 1504 is expected to be givenat y p 334 and painting the building *

River Blvd. CO 4-5661 (after NAS Dispensary as a result of 45 as well as teaching youngs

1630)) or ext 8151. a spot check on those desiring tern games and generally helping

'FOB SALE inoculations. Dependents of any until the Opportunity House was
%.:ya.: .C Si :9'Ui'Le4B : back on Its feet and self-support
3 bdrm. hse. 4847 Colonial Ave.Lakeshore. military personnel in the area

Ext 8497 or 8381. will be taken care of on a voluntary leg
,
ds nJPQvMVrna.faswtaY:. .. .
"
Lcdr. weekly. basis. Credit for the --Chapel Mousea '

3 bdrm. hse. Equity; $72.25: mo. Since studies have shown that WHITE' HAT TO SCRAMBLED EGGS Comdr. Tom two-page weekly newspaper giving -
Cummings ( of Fleet Air
right) Wing Eleven staff, smiles as Capt.
Cedar Shores; 2435 Ormsby Cir "school-age children are more Edwin J. S. Young, Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, presents : dates and Information on future -

cle. EV 7-1229 or Ext. 561 and susceptible than adults to influenza to him a' Commander's Cap for which Comdr. Cummings has events goes to the Fellowship

'562 (Cecil Field) Lt. Nerinf. thus often becoming the worked for the past 25 .years. Now administrative officer on the' whose helping hand nevefrsnds.

4> Sm. hse. 1 acre of ground EV source of infection of their parents staff, Comdr. Cummings, although no longer flying, has logged .
over 7,000 hours in the air daring his career.
8-3186. East ," the Navy is particularly Not only does the newly organ

3 bdrm. C. B. bee EV 9-0175. interested in offering. immunization ized group aid others and benefit

Farmer to'dependents. service men, their dependents, and

MISCELLANEOUS Dependents desiring inocula- i.l service women but serves to bring..

,........ Udery.waatedtmm.Hyde.Park orLa.ke tions against influenza are askedto .IIdPlYA.'ltlld Station! Chaplains' loser'o their

Shore to NAS; tin. from report to the dependents section 1'HEJt.! congregations( through the- ties of

0800 1630. Ext!: 212. Mrs. of the Dispensary, Building friendship.

Stephens. 8, only during the period sche- .. .

Elders wanted to Fort Lauderdale. duled below. Children less than

Will leave about Dec. 22 and re- one year of age will not receivethe Q-I am a WWII veteran and to pass the' end of its term CAG-17 -

turn Jan. 2. Contact Jerry Short,' vaccine. I have a $10,OOO GI term insur without renewing its for an- (Continued from Fare 1))

JO1, ext. 592. FIRST PERIOD Dec. 20 ance policy that is approachingthe other term, or converting it. clothing.
Riders from Lake Shore or Woodstock through Dec. 23 during hours 0830
end of its current term. 1 Q-I am in school under the The idea for the party origi
Park area to NATTCenter. to 1100. Dependents with youngest -'
would like to convert $5,000 to Korea GI DilL My three-year
: nated with "Frog" Rcnaud, leading
lire from 0730 1610. Contact child whose age is one throughfive
cut-off date has
starting passed.
Warrick, ext. 8503. years old must report during permanent insurance and drop the chief of VA-175. The idea be-
Would I to
still be allowed
changemy
Ride wanted from Jax to Rich- this period. Children ih this age other 5000. If, at a later date, I never ing presented to the commanding
course? changedcourses
mond, Va. Leaving Dec. 23. Con- group will have to receive one I want to pick up the insurance I before. officer of the squadron, it was

tact" And regg, etc. 577 or EV inoculation a week for three drop, will I be able to do sot
A-You wW be allowed to forwarded to the Group Commander
9-1030.. .weeks. A-No. Under the law, ,oncea
Wanted riders to Miami. Leaving Second period: Dec. 27 through WWII term insurance policy change. your course after the for approval. Comdr. Quentin

.' Dec. 23 at 1630. Returning Dec. i Dec. 30, during hours 0830 to ,ls allowed to expire, It may, starting deadline only if ((1)) C. Crommelin, did more than approve *><

26 at 1400. Contact Parker, 1100. Dependents with youngest not be reinstated. A term policy you have not been making sat it for 175 he made it an,

ext. 486. child whose age is six through ten expires when you allow it isfactory progress In your present Air Group aftair.Representatives. *
fault of
through
-course no
t years old must report during this from each
period. Children in this age group est child whose age is '11 yearsor your own or ((2)) the new course squadron were chosen, and at a
will be normal
\S will have to receive one inocu over can report during this a progression meeting on Nov. 28, plans were

MOVIES lation a week for two weeks. period or during any of the three from your present course. made as to the procurement of

Third period: Jan 3 through periods. Only one inoculation for Q-If I write a Better to VA, funds and the type of party to

f Thursday, December 15 Jan 6, '1956, during hours 0830 individuals in this age groups is applying for disability compensation be given. A total donation of

Mainside The Square Jungle ; ;to '1100. Dependents with young necessary. could my claim be approved 446.34 was made for the party.

based-on the letter,_ alone__ _?. -. .
(drama) : Tony Curtis, Pat Crow-- ------------ -- -- --- ---- nn n
I. Or will I also be required to fill
Remola Posls To Gel
ley.NATTC out an application form?
Gun (color
Top wes}- ,

c ern): Sterling Hayden, Karin ::;.. A-You will be required to New Food PackagingAir

Booth. fill out the application form that
Force personnel in remote
.Hospital Hell's Horizons (drama VA will send you. If you return
outposts will, be able to enjoy
):;Marla English, John Ireland. the completed application to VA
fresh fruits and vegetables thanksto
+ Friday, December 16 within one year from the dateit
-packing process developedfor
\ Mainslde Prince of Players was sent to you, your original
the Air Materiel Command
(color drama Cine) : Robert Burton ...+. t letter will be considered as an
by the Research and Development
A Maggie McNamara "informal claim," and your official *
at Base.
NATTC --= The Square Jungle date on,which VA received, Wright-Patterson
Food is packaged in water
: (drama): Tony Curtis, Pat Crow- your letter. saturated containers and remains
ley. Q-I want to write to VA about
\ fresh and safe from freezing for
Hospital Top ,Gun (color myGJ,insurance, but I can't fine
*' hours' At65 degrees F. it takes
western): Sterling Hayden, Karin my Insurance numbe'r. What
I six hours for the water to freeze.
Booth. should I include in letter to
my
y Until itdoes, the food in the inner
.
,, Saturday, December 17 identify myself container remains fresh at
Mainslde There's Always To- A-Include your full name,
wr
about degrees F.
morrow (drama): Fred MacMur AFPS complete permanent address,

f ray, Barbara Stanwyck. -: your branch of service, date of I include only my take-home salary .

NATTC Prince of Players WILD BLUE YONDER SUB This drawing shows a flying separation from service,' your or my gross salary includingall .:

(color drama Cine): Robert Burton submarine skimming along the turf on water skis (middle).' It is service serial number, and date deductions?

+; Maggie McNamara. designed to operate under water (bottom) on a marine engine and place of birth. These ,Items A-You must ,Include ,your
Hospital The Square Jungle and In the air as a jet engine. On the water's surface, the craft will help to Identify your policy. gross salary, rather than your
lands and takes off on the hydro skis. Designs for the flying
(drama): Tony Curtis, Pat Crow- sub were first submitted to the U. S. Patent Office in 1951 and Q-In computing my yearly in- net take-home salary after de.

;, ley. referred to the Navy for study They were recently approved. ;come for VA pension purposes, do daeUou.Page .


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