Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00546
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00546

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lax In Thick Of War Against Loud '

Noises In All Shops Aircraft Areas 1

There is a lot of noise about Department, and in jet squadron !izing a hearing conservation pro-

a lot of noise I areas. Later, new nuclear powgram throughout the Naval Es. 1
} t tS The possibility of physical or ered engines may develop too tablishment. This instruction has \

{ psychological damage to persons much noise for human endurance. raised hopes here for .specially t

employed in areas of extreme REPORTS FROM Pensacola are designed auditometry booth for \

noise intensity is causing increasing that totally deaf persons are betesting the hearing of civilian and j

concern to the Navy. ing subjected to noise tests there military personnel working in an

A continual research program to determine what effect noise area of high noise intensity. :
is being carried out to detect such may have on those who can't ac
The booth, which would be constructed \
results and
to reduce noise intually hear it.
tensity wherever possible, both in Further, the Navy Bureau of of sound metal panels:
industrial centers, such as the Medicine and Surgery has recentand equipped with an au 10m-

NAS' Jax Overhaul and Repair ly issued an instruction author (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 1))

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BATTLE NOISE-Ear plugs may be more economical to the
Navy, which provides them to personnel working in high intensity
noise areas to prevent hearing damage, but the more comfortable -
ear mufflers, worn above by Charles Martin, civilian air m
craft mechanic, of Overhaul and Repair Department, are more
popular with the men. NAS Jax is trying out the mufflers, which VOL-13 42 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 26 January 1956
cost considerably more than the rubber plugs, demonstrated by
C. R. Remler, aviation machinist mate first class, of Fasron Six.
$6 MillionIn

Free Performance

BuildingFor L N fah ,

Cartoonists To Present Tax AreaOf

Unique Show Feb. 1,2 construction a $2,012,283,000 program military requested ; I

of Congress by the Defense

Two evenings of the finest entertainment to come to Department, $72,700,000would

NAS Jacksonville in many a moon is scheduled for February be spent in Florida dur-
1' and 2 at King Hall when a group of ten of the nation'stop
cartoonists perform in a unique variety show. ing the fiscal year 1957. Of
this $6,400,000 would be spentin
The group includes some of the formance, which is free.
the Jacksonville area.
most famous names in the car- A sensation wherever it has The Naval Air Station Jackson- 1; S rah s
tooning profession, most of whose
appeared, the troupe, sponsoredby ville would receive an appropri-
creations are seen in the daily
newspapers and many other pe the Special Services Divisionof ation of $2,380,000 allocated for ?
riodicals. the Defense Department, givesan radar, air traffic'control center
entertaining two-hour perfor and impact range and land ac 7\s. p'1'
mance, which includes illustra- quisition.IF
Young (Blondie) Vince Ham-
; tions using a lovely, live .modelor APPROVED, the $4,052,000
lin. (Alley Oop){ Roy Crane (Buz a, ,r
two, wit and humor behind parceled out for NAS Cecil Field .. '
Sawyer); Ray Van Buren (Abbie
the scenes, and audience partici- would be the first increment in a
and Slats); Bernie Greene (Bring t v u
pation. five-year plan to bring this fieldto
ing Up Father, or Maggie and
The cartoonists, all members of full status as a naval aviation
Jiggs); Al Posen (Sweeney and I {
base in the Jax Navy complexThe
the National Cartoonists Association
Son); Zack Mosely (Smilin'Jack
); Bill Holman ((Smokey each has a story to tell of long-range program of about calls POLm PROTECTION Kristin Johnson, 9, daughter of
Stover); Michael Berry (Berry's his comic-page creation. The show expenditures $26 Comdr. Norman D. Johnson, NAS Operations officer, receives ono
Babes); Jerry Robinson (Jet comes highly recommended by million. of the first shots of Salk polio vaccine as the Station's Inoculation
got under Monday of this week at NAS Dispensary: .
Scott); and Bill Patterson,.top illustrator those who have seen it. Definitely scheduled the con Thomas program Hutchinson way, IIM3, administers the injection.
who will act as masteror struction' plan for Cecil which is

ceremonies.ONE timed through 1960, are a chapel, First Come, First Served

SIIOW WILL be presented Assistant SecNavTo commissary store, training build-

each night, beginning at 2000. ings, rifle and pistol ranges, an

All hands are invited to the per- Visit Feb. 1 officers club, additional quarters, 5.9 Year Olds FirstGet
a guest house, welfare building
The Honorable Albert Pratt,
including a Navy Exchange, cafe-
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
'Chute Rigger teria, library and gymnasium,
(Personnel), will arrive here
and other
dispensary necessary
for a one day visit Wednesday, To Salk VaccineDependent
Cited ForSupreme Feb. 1.During. ter construction jet activity.to complete the mas-

his brief stay, Mr.
Task Pratt will discuss personnel LISTED FOR construction in children between the ages of five and nine

matters with staff officers from the current request are line facilities years have been receiving first inoculations of Salk polio

various NAS-based units, and training buildings, turbo- vaccine here this week..
Devotion to duty and supreme jet engine testing center, flammable Initiated on a "first come, firstserved"
effort of an assigned make a quick tour of activities.He of the polio season, contact private -
storage, barracks, bachelor basis, the polio Immunization
task while attached to Patrol will fly to NAS Key West physicians in the area. This
officers quarters with mess; com- program began at 0900
Thursday and return to Wash would of' be at the
course, ex-
Squadron 16 has netted a let-
missioned officers mess and utili Monday at the Naval Air Station
ter of commendation for IrvinS. ington Friday. ties. Dispensary, Building 6, Dependents pense of the dependent

Walden, parachute rigger ., Clinic. Hours were to be ALL POLIO VACCINE cur-
. third class, now assigned to f- y .y from 0900 to 1100 and from 1300to rently being released through
NAS Operations. j: 1600 daily until the supply of commercial outlets is subject toa

Walden, a native of Persia, ,. vaccine was exhausted.AS voluntary allocation plan devised
Tenn., was awarded the com- THE FIRST vaccine ship- by the National Advisory

mendation by VP-16 for carryingout j'i v, ment received was scarcely 10 Committee on Poliomyelitis Vac
1 1o
yk cine of the Department of Health
duties and responsibilitiesmuch percent of the needs estimatedby ,
greater than those normally i + j\ the Medical Department, inoculations Education, and Welfare, and
assigned to men of his rating. > of children from each agreed to by manufacturers.
The letter of commendationwas E command could not exceed 10 Through this plan each Stato

presented to Walden by Capt. percent for the sake of equalityof (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)

William S. Harris, commanding distribution, medical authorities .
officer of NAS Jax, at meritorious have stated. Marine Barracks Men

mast last Tuesday.The Parents are asked not to pre-
commendation reads, In sent children for the third shot Taking ExaminationsSome

part; at this time as the medical de. 44 Marines, ranging from

"It was through your outstandin partment is eager to start the private first class to sergeant, at
devotion to duty ,and supreme protection? of the first shot. tached to the NAS Marine Bar-

effort that the assigned task of Recognizing that the quantityof racks, are this week taking their

repacking all parachutes, main- vaccine allocated during the Enlisted Promotion Tests for add,
tining all survival equipment, next few months will not meet vanccment in rate. ..

fabrication of 150 Mark IV anti.I' GAINS COMMENDATION Irvin Walden, PR3, receives the demand, the Medical Depart The exams are being adminis
exposure units and servicing the congratulations from Capt., William S. Harris, commanding: officerof ment has suggested that those tered by Capt. Edward H. Stansel,

oxygen systems of all 12 aircraft preme NAS effort Jax, upon and devotion receiving to a duty"letter ,while of commendation serving: with for Patrol"su- personnel desiring inoculation for acting executive officer of the

was accomplished.!' Squadron 16. Walden is now attached to NAS Operations. their children before the advent Barracks, at Building& 91$.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS .26 January

1 t I 3PubUihtH Choose Right Form In 'THIS OLD CAR'

This ole car once knew
mr_ Tax children, Borne
Out Income
Filling. This ole car once knew a 'wife
every Thurirtay tor "Navy' and Marine acUvlUu at Nan .Air This ole car
i once knew :
Station. Jacksonville tla. a hus ;
I NIL .raet.IUe (This Is the second In a series of eight articles on federal Income bandAnd
Capt. William S. Harris Commanding OfficerCotndr.
John N. Mytri v- -, i -_ _, ExecuUvc Officer tax tiling for the year 1955. The articles are based on Informa- a merry family ltfe. '
t Air JacaawlU tion furnished to AFPS by the American Institute of Accountants, J
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwul_ ___ Commander But this family' trips
Capt. Richard 0 Green __________________ 1.t ot Stalt the national organization of certified public accountants.) over ePicked

Capt. Bowen, r. McLeod. Fleet Air ":br El."- UJ1.,1, __,., ... Commander The government provides two forms for individual Income tax a dang'rous' spot '1
Comdr. Richard Da via _.--_. .,,- .,,.." -- _Chlet'Start Officer returns. If you choose the wrong one, you may automatically cut pass- to

Capt. Henry C. *LnNanl Air Technical Tral.laf Center Commanding Officer yourself off from many possible tax savings. Then they taw death1 an cispeekin' 1
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop __ lutecuUv OlficerComraandtnr I j
The easiest to file is to use
way and retire 1Through 1
Naval lUipltal credits or dividends
Capt. Benjamin N. AM Officer the simple Form 1040A. It's a .
Capt. I*. A. Newton __ __ txecuUve OttcerCommandlBR which ment income. the broken windshield .
NABTD card the size of a check
Ca pt. Wllaon R. Bartlett Officer fill out if he is ableto IF YOU ARE SURE that these glw.Ain't .
can ,
Coin''dr. Laurence F. Stettenhacea __, ExecuUv* Officer anyone would not cost
write his name and address two points you gonna need this car no

The JAX Am NEWS is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air StaUon. and a few other simple facts. You any tax savings, and your incomeis longer,
Jacksonville. Florida. and prtmted commercially with non-appropriated funds within the limits for filing a Ain't need this
with- gonna
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-33 Rev. just send it in with your car no
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the holding slips and the governmenttakes Form 1040A, you might as well more-
-- Naval Air Technical' Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the card form.If .
U. S. Naval Hospital. care of the rest. If you owe use- simple Had no time to fix the brakesup
Service Information Officer-IX Ted' Morgan more tax than was withheld you you decide to use the regular ,

Jld1tor-ADdrew H. Mane will bill for the difference.If Form 1040, you still have the
Ass't F.dltor-D MooreL Staff Reporters-Jack Holme. PHI: Marlon get a Had no time to fix the door,
Cracrait Jot: ; Nancy Ward JOSN.The more was withheld than you choice of itemizing your deduc- Had no time to fix the steerin'Or
JAX AIR NEWS ti a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. owe, you will get a refund check. tions or using a standard deduction .
be withoutthe to drive with
AFTS material appearing; la this publication may tR reprinted more restraint
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. wtit'.utlerm1adoD: THE TAX RULES permit you which generally amounts to
olEditor -
matter, except by service publications Is prohibited
about 10 cent of your.incomeYou
JAX AIR NEWS. to use the card form if your gross per
Editorial office located Main Administration Bnlldlnf. Phome ntensiona l income consisted only of wages, are likely to save by itemizing Ain't gonna need this car no
13", 216 and 8164. longer,
dividends or interest totallingless your deductions if you:
They've been taken
than $5,000, and if you did 1. Own real estate. to meet
the Saint.
rite not have more than $100 of gross 2. Had unusual medical ex-
SHORT income apart from that listed on pense.
W2 I cial credits for
your withholding slips. dividends and
3. Had deductible child-care ex
;TIMER. Before deciding to use the card retirement incmoe.

.. -- Form 1040A, you should consider pense. I The instructions that come with
4. Suffered losses from fire,
these facts:
your tax forms give further in
1. Your tax will be figured storm, accident, or theft. I formation. Help is also available

from a table which allows you a 5. Made fairly large: contribu- I from the Internal Revenue Service
deduction of about 10 cent of tions.
per which urges you to consult a
your income instead of itemized FORM 1040 has been rearranged properly qualified advisor if you

deductions for contributions, tax- this year, so that although it I I nede outside assinstance.-AFPS.

j es, interest paid, medical and den- still contains four pages, a taxpayer I .
Most servicemen approach their ETS date in a
tal expenses, etc. whose income was entirely
balanced frame of mind. :Most of them have been con- Comdr. Cooper New
2. There is no provision in this from wages needs to use only the
scientiously doing their job since they entered the serve form for filing as the "head of a first one or two pages. Pages 3 : Skipper Of VP-18

ice and they don't "goof off" as separation day ap household," as. "surviving and 4 are for other types of income I After an absence of 15 years

proaches. spouse," or for claiming special and for computing the spe- from NAS Jacksonville, Comdr.

There is a minority, however, that seems to mark off James A. Cooper returned last

the last 90 days or so as "let down" time. The service- Thursday to assume command of

man who figures that because he is leaving he has the Patrol Squadron 18. He relieved

right to back-slide will probably do the same thing when. 'Comdr. John T. Straker.

he enters civilian life. In 1941 Comdr. Cooper, then an

The difference is that in civilian life only he will Ensign, was instructor and radio

suffer. As a serviceman, however, his lackadaisical per- A F officer in VN-12 here at NAS.

formance directly can hurt his group's mission and, indirectly Prior to the VP-18 post he was

the defense effort. with the Bureau of Aeronautics.

Whether a man is in a training platoon, at an office Comdr. Straker will depart for

desk or on a combat mission, his job and duty.are as important J s 7 I Washington next week and new

to the service the day he leaves it as it was the duties in the personel planning

day he entered.-(AFPS). ,I : department. During his tenure as

,VP-18 skipper, the squadron flew

:numerous hours of antisubmarine

SAFETYBox patrol.Mataal .
I i
+ .
i. Score I Society Pays

CATHOLIC Disabling Injuries Through $1,804 To Beneficiary

Mass 0800 0900 Tuesday, Jan. 24 The beneficiary of deceased
Sunday This Month. 0 I
1000 St. Edward' Chapel Y.: member No. 56 of the Mutual
This t
Saturday 0630. year I Death Benefit Society has received
Days Since Last
Daily 0630. / I a check in the amount of
Lost-Time Accident 42
Sunday 0630 Mass at the I $1,804, the Industrial Relations

Hospital.Chapel, 1900; Instruction Department announces.

classes, Bldg. 436. Annual Meeting -liz The amount is representativeof
Instruction at
Thursday1900 ------ $1.00 per active member
classes, Bldg. 463. JAHUAX STAFF CHANGE Comdr. Austin Kennedy Jr the time of the member's death.
PROTESTANTThursda1 : Of Credit Union (right), new Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville staff Supply Of- Therefore assessment No. 56
cu, relS briefed b1 his predecessor, Comdr. R. J. Patterson, who
January 26 has hem ordered to the Armed Forces Staff College. Comdr .($1.10) is due by close of business

0' 1900 All Saints' Choir RehearsaL Slated Tonight Kennedy comes here from NAS Corpus. Christ!, Texas. February 3. _

Saturday, January 28 Six Board of Director mem- I O&R '
Combats \11
1000 Catechetical Instruction dit bers Committee, three members and one of the member Cre- Shortage Of Engineers

(Lutherans) for children. -
0800 Episcopal Communion .of the Supervisory Committee A national shortage in trained ments for a degree in aeronautical be promoted to a professional en
Service Chaplain Nickelson. .will be selected at the fourth annual engineers, which has caused alarm chemical, electrical, industrialor gineering position.
meeting of the Jax Navy throughout big industrial
0930 Sunday School for ages i plants, mechanical engineering. A *
4 through Jr. High, Bldg. 804 Federal Credit Union tonight at is reflectedjn the local Overhauland second plan would be to achievethe The seriousness of the shortageof
1930 at the Civilian Cafeteria Repair Department.To .
0930 Service 'of Divine Wor- same results through partici- engineers in Federal agenciesis
ship, Chaplain Carpenter. All members of the credit unionare combat the shortage, the pation in a cooperative program, highlighted by considerationnow

1100 Service of Divine Wor- invited to attend'the meeting, Department has joined its influ- between a college or universityand being given to the problemby
ship, Chaplain Griffin. which will also bring reports on ence with industry everywherein the 0 & R Departmeht. the Administration. A request

1900 The United Fellowship progress made! during the past taking action to encourage The cooperative training plan may be made to Congress to allow

of Protestants, Bldg. 804. year and declaration of the an- qualified men tb enter engineering grants the employee leave to Federal scientific and tech
nual dividend. fields. In a recent survey of spend of on a
Tuesday, January 31 part year at college nical personnel to be paid
: 1900 Bible Study Group Door prizes, including a 21-inch such personnel who might be and part in the 0 & R Depart- wage board system rather than

Bldg. 804. TV set, electric mixer, juicer, and interested in a proposed educa ment. The student does not receive under the Classification Act, in
electric steam irons will be tion and training program, more a rates for
.- 1900 Lutheran Instruction given than 100 salary while attending order to bring wage
Refreshments will also be employees completed a college and he I various
Classes, Chaplain Pieper, All away. pays his own tuition \ engineers, physicists and
Saints' Chapel. served. questionaire S devised SC by 0 & R. and other college expenses. .. technicians in line with comparable

But as he completes each phaseof industrial wage scales in the
1900 Episcopal Instruction
hearsal. If adopted, the
program would
: Classes, Chaplain Nickelson, Bldg. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL provide opportunity and assis acquires on-the-job training, and locality. claim.
563, NATTC Chaplain's Office. (Naval Hospital, Protestant) tance for selected employees with training, he is academic This, agency officials chanceto
promoted to a would give them a better
Thursday, February 2 0930 Sunday School Nursery. two or more years of college edu higher grade position. When he attract and retain key person
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- 0930 Divine Worship. cation to complete the require. receives his .
degree, he may then nel.II .


26 January 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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I (Weekly the Jax Air News in .

cooperation with the Industrial
Relations Department will list '
j .
various promotions for Naval Air (Prepared by the NATTCenter

personnel). : Librarian for all Navy librariesin

On the promotion roster effective .. the area).
; ,
week of Jan. 1 and 9 were &
Among the new books receivedthis
12 employees, seven from Overhaul *
week several favorite
0I and two .
Repair Department,
annuals which you will find
from Public Works N
among the reference books:
two from Supply Department, and "
One from Area, Wage and Classi- Brassej's Annual: The Armed
Forces Year Book, which as always

fication Promoted Office.at 0 & R Edwin includes excellent articlesof
0 were I ru special interest to our person
Harris from helper metalsmithAv. .
net; Information Please Almanac:
0 ( .) first 'step to toolroom attendant ; : iriy for general information and the
2nd' William
step; last word in settling arguments!
from aircraft
(There are a few extra sectionsyou
s mechanic fourth class to helper .
wont want to miss such
nr as
aviation mechanic general first. : 6,. meanings of family names and
ki "L' > :
step.Thomas .y. ". -.: '?k < .k the recipes from famous steam

Boehmer, from inspector -, SWIMMING IN JANUARY? These 12 men frolicking In the Chiefs Club pool, fully clothed, ship lines); Year'the annual pic-

general equipment third stepto are not fugitives looking for asylum. They are newly appointed CPOs taking part in the "Boot ture book of world events, a sort .
inspector general aircraft I Chief" initiation sponsored by the CPO Club. Advanced in rate, and included in the "swimming" of capsule resume for your lei
equipment first step; Jimmie. group above are John Roberts, GFCA; Robert Martynlak, AQCA; Gerald Paul, GFCA; Richard Nee- sure.
Mills, from inspector general : gaard, GFCA; Joseph Perscll, GFCA; Robert Boyd, AEC; Donald Bean, AEC; and Howard Lawrence, .
AEC, all of NATTCenter. Arthur Moegenber, MICA, from NAS Jax; Joe Marlow, AKCA, Com- Art of Knotting and Splicing:
t equipment third step to inspector FalrJax; John Baskeyfield, ATCA, Fasron Six; Edward Yecher, ATCA, and Howard Hagy, ATCA, Concise text with wonderfully

general aircraft equipment first vc-6z. clear illustrations for the many

step; Robert Jones, apprentice
men who
are practicing the art.

a class aviation to aircraft mechanic assembler general first first: Accounts Of Deceased Service Social SecurityReports for Scorpion exciting Reef reading: The thriller of sunken yarn

step. Due treasure, diamonds, et al, off the
h Frederick Vile, helper AMM Persons Eased New LawThe coast of Honduras. .

third step to aircraft engine ac- By Navy personnel employing Secret of the Hittites: The dis- .

lev cessories'and parts repairmanthird domestic help are remindedthat cpvery of an ancient civilizationin
and Willcox Navy Bureau of Personnel brings attention to the provi
step, Joseph Social Security reportsfor Central Turkey which .
a helper machinist third step to sions of Public Law 147 for settlement of unpaid pay and allow the Oct.-Dec. period are note for the we especially

kuS machine operator first step: ances (arrears of pay), including per diem travel, transportation of due in January. the author's many'who God's enjoyed

Advanced at Public Works De- dependents, and household goods, savings deposits and similar items Under present law, maids, and Scholars. Graves-

partment were Mizell Batson, found due from the Department of the Navy, following the deathof
chauffeurs Boon
housekeepers Island
: we need to
from laborer third step to field service, national guard or air national guard personnel.The .
nursemaids, gardeners, cooks tell about this is the scene
tractor operator first step, and law passed by the 84th ord of Emergency Data", two and persons employed in like (Maine coast) and the author .
Congress provides that such set-
Mary Tyndall, from typist GS2to copies of which shall be executedand situations, are covered under (Kenneth Roberts) and we know
tlement will be paid to benefi-
clerk typist GS-3. The must be social security if they are paid we'll be taking
signed. original reserves for every
ciaries of the deceased named ina
r.t r.S Advanced in Supply Depart- filed with the Bureau of Naval $50 in cash wages in a work man aboard. such being the

ment were: Alice Rozansky, from written the deceased designation and received executedby be- Personnel and the copy filed in quarter in the same household, usual procedure with any book
clerk typist GS-2 to clerk typist
d the individual's service .record. regardless o( days worked. by Roberts.
GS-3, and Lloyd Grable of Area, fore his death in the place desig-
Designations of beneficiaries by Proud Man: For those who
Wage and Classification Office nated for such purpose in the
Naval Personnel on the retired or : want a swashbuckling tale here -
n regulations of the Navy Department -
was advanced from and
wage retainer pay rolls on Dec. 31, 55, I High School is adventure and romance in a
classification specialist GS-9 "
are to be made on NFC Form I new historical novel of the Prince -
0s and classification IF NO BENEFICIARY Is
wage specialist 1786A, distributed by the Navy I of Ulster. Tyrant of Bagdad is
GS-11. named, settlement will be made Diplomas ToApprentices
Finance Center. Those retiring or woven with plenty of
((1)), to the widow or widower of
transferring to the Fleet Reserveon dramatic intrigue about Charle-
r the deceased; ((2)),. if there is no _
after Jan. 156 Should filea magne's
Group ConductsIncentiveAwards or representative in Con
v surviving spouse to children and
designation and any subsequent stantinople.New .
descendants of deceased childrenof
4s change of beneficiary under the Twenty-six young men enrolledin Dimensions of Peace:
the deceased; ((3)), if there are
law on DD Form 93-1. the student-apprentice pro- Chester Bowles writes of Ame
d none, to parents or survivorof
the parents of the deceased EXCEPT IN CERTAIN specifiedcases gram operated by the Naval Air rica's present position in thee

Meeting Here ((4)), if there are no survivingkin ; all payment will be made Station, in conjunction with th world as he studied it in recent
by the U. S. Navy Finance Cen Duval County Board of Public travels in Asia and Africa.
Some 70 representatives from whatsoever, to the person or
ter Cleveland 14 Ohio after
a Instruction, were awarded high
persons entitled to receive it Modern Far Eastern International
17 activities within the Sixth under
certificate of settlement has been
court order of school diplomas in graduation ex- Relations: If read
Naval District were on hand for the domicileof you only
issued the General
by Accounting
ercises held at 2000 Tuesday at
the deceased. the headlines or listen to
the Navy Incentive Awards
Office in Washington, D, C. Claim the Jacksonville Y. W. C. A.
i Training Presentation held Mon The law further states that forms will be forwarded to the five minutes of news you know

l day at Building 168. service personnel shall be given next of kin, of Fleet Reserve or The graduates were part of a the importance of this subject.
of 60 who last Fall receivedapprentice The new edition, written by two
Conducted by Capt. E. H. opportunity t 0 designate 0 r retired personnel by the Centerin group
t Schantz and Mr. F. Raterman, change a designation of benefici- Cleveland. Application formsin certificates in the experts in the field, is heartily

from the Navy's Office of Indus- aries, and to designate the pro- the case of active or training four-year combined classroom recommended for all who wish to

trial Relations, Washington, D. C., portion of any amount which may duty personnel will be forwarded I study and job training program understand.

the parley covered various phases be due at the time of his deathto by the Bureau of Naval Per- started at the Station in 1947. Boy Who Made! Good: If you've

and motivation of the incentive each beneficiary. sonnel (Casualty Branch) to ben- The others already had high had your fill of historical novels,

.program. BENEFICIARIES must be des- eficiaries approved in the order school diplomas. Including the I you'll welcome this interesting

Activities represented included ignated on DD Form 93-1 "Rec listed above. present graduates, approximately :,story, of the inner circle of a

NAS Jax; Naval Ordnance Plant, 175 apprentices have completedthe political campaign, complete with

Macon, Ga.; MCAS Miami, Fla.; course. love story, of course.Imagination's .

NATTCenter Jax; Naval HospitalJax Happy Bathday (IIi), Showers Fine -I Hanchey Honor.Student I Other Place I :

; Marine Corps Supply Cen- In the Tuesday night Poems of science and mathematics.
'ter, Albany, Ga.; Inspector of Na- Camp Bussac, France-M/Sgt. A beautiful volume which
ed her shoulders, "Why tell everybody the principal address was de
val, Materiel, Atlanta, Ga.; Naval George McElroy came home the should not be missed by who
other shucked his ? Do you want to shareit livered by Capt. Thomas P. Tyra, any
day clothes
Station Green Cove Springs, Fla.; with the neighborhood?" Overhaul and Repair Officer. Mrs. work or study in those fields. 'It
Underwater Sound Reference La- grabbed a bar of soap, stepped will be
especially delightful read-
into the shower, turned the faucet The landlady called a Bor- Iva Sprinkle, superintendent of
boratory, Orlando, Fla.; NAAS instruction in the county public ing for those who pour over the
deaux that earlier in the
-and in a matter of minutes was crew
Sanford Fla. NAAS
; Mayport, poetry section!
school system, presented the dip
knee-deep in wine. day had refilled the water well
Fla. NAS West
Key Fla
lomas and Ned chairmanof
in A work- Searcy,
McElroy's backyard.
tered certain required subjects.
Cecil Field, Fla.; Assistant In- Mrs. McElroy/ the sergeant'swife
"A wonderful the Board, extended a greeting.
man explained,
dustrial Manager, Jacksonville. preparing dinner in the Those receiving diplomas were:
mistake must have been made." in the class thirdto
Hammond Smith, Regional Direc- kitchen, turned the faucetandhad Highest the Carl Bass, Curtis Baker, James

tor, Fifth Civil Service Region, a sinkfull Another workman, of ttte more be graduated, was Wilbur C. Blake, Elbert Boise, Owen Cribb,
? of wine informative mold, had this explanation Hanchey who received an award
Atlanta, Ga., also attended. 1 f S Clinton Dickinson, Leonard
4 4MT** Sgt. McElroy lIe must have used a from W. R. Gough, training supervisor Green, Wilbur Hanchey, Douglas

It was a beautiful night. The N stepped out of barrel half tilled with wine, filledit Industrial Relations Department Henderson, James Horne, Robert

moon was full. The scenery was 4j 4 the shower, with water and poured the All completing the Jones, Marvin Lanier, William .

romantic. He held the lovely crea- ; dressed and contents into the well He also course are now employed in theO Lundy, Lee McCurry, Larry McDonald -

ture close to his chest and whis- 4It\ dashed next thought it was "a wonderful miss & R shops on regular Civil Rufus Meriwether, Ottis

pered in her shell-like ear, "Dar :I h; door to tell his take." Service status. Miller, Monroe Myers, Douglas

ling, I love you as no one has INI, h' \ story to thelandlady. Subjects RequiredThe Riles, Joel Shemer, Alfred Sim-

ever loved before?" The McElroy? He never had it so 26 graduates have devoted. onds, Harvey Smith, Emmet

"I can't see much difference," landlady shrug- good.-AFPS). one week in every four to class- I Studebaker, Theodore Tyler, John

she replied. room study where they have mas- Wilson Jr., and Paul WisuLi



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I Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 26 Janus Y ;I

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Graduate 9,027 Students

AE Schools Here Provide


:i Trained Personnel HER AND THERE

: (This Is the first In a series of five articles dealing with Service him Little Johnrfathcr pet rabbit found<

i Schools at the Naval Air Technical Training Center here. Today's demanding, "Five and five, how and

) Article tells of the Aviation Electrician's Mate Schools. Next week's p much is that?"

1 material will concern the Aviation Ordnancetnen Schools). "What's the
meaning Of this?

Today's flying age requires School has adjusted its curriculum __ the father' demanded."My .

I modern aircraft to be literally to meet changes in modern teacher says that rabbits

electrical machines of the great- and post-modern electronics in. multiply rapidly, but this dumb

est complexity, and to meet the II bunny can't even add."
solar as practical .
needs of the Naval Service in this
respect two Aviation Electrician'sMate "Be careful not to slip here"

Schools have been established Aircraft science has made this cautioned the guide, carefully]

at the Naval Air Techni program necessary and so today >; ..m 'x ,Qty' gripping the rope that linked him
the upper level aviation electrician's to the tenderfoot
cal Training Center, Jacksonville. AEAA works on the precari
mates and Marine Corps AE-A SCHOOL WIRING William Perry
out mountain
They form the largest Service over a wire circuit as part of his training in Aviation Electrician's "It's mighty
in basic
equivalents are steeped I Air Technical Training dangerous. But if
Mate School Class A at the Naval you do fall,
School at the Training Center
electrical principles that will enable Center. The two AE Schools, A and B, form the largest Service look to your far right. The views
and' since they were commissioned them not only to perform School at the Training Center. absolutely spectacular!"

hi Jacksonville on April 30, i routine jobs but to tackle intelligently u Uh___ ''''''''''__'''''_''''- 1.1 1
1950, had graduated 9,027 students -
unexpected problems A marine and his girl were sit.
I by January, 1956. which arise in and oftenat
'. practice, ting on a couch discussing intellectual -
critical times. l things, like telepathy.

This number includes 6,288 Stressed are a knowledge of "Would you call it telepathy

Navy, 2,712 Marine Corps, twelve mathematics, physics, and elec- she said, "if I were thinking

:Coast Guard, two Army, and sev- trical principles, and of sound en- about the same thing you are?"

en foreign nationalists.In gineering practice and system de IM "No. I'd call it just plain luck."
the last few years the field sign. These enable the advanced

of electricity in aviation has expanded electrician's mate to analyze pres- A grumpy householder was

: at a phenomenal pace, ent and future equipment, and to awakened at 3 am. by a drunk
determine If malfunctions exist who pounded insistently on the
and predictions are that it will )
continue to accelerate. The enor- and to take corrective action required 1& 4z door. The sleepy man opened the

mous development program of ; bedroom window and shouted,
"Go darn it.
away, You're tryingto
I World War II produced many
\ ,new applications of electronics 'to The course Is of 33 weeks duration get into the wrong house."

I aviation and the field is enlarg- consisting of 1320 instruc- e "Oh, yeah?" called the happy

I, ing. tional hours. It is divided into fellow. "An' how do you know

I three phases-direct current the yer not looking outa the wrong
J Aviation Electrician's Mate window "
ory, 464 hours; alternating cur- ?
School Class A Is designed to .
\ rent theory, 330 hours; and elec: MATII AT AE-B SCHOOL-Applied mathematics is part of
vide those selected enlisted per trical electric systems, 526 hours. the Instruction in Aviation Electrician's Mate School Class B at The two traveling bopsters
4 sonnel with the basic knowledge NATTCenter. T/Sgt. John Hand Instructs a group of higher level while in Russia saw a man being
To qualify for/the school Naval
and skills of aircraft electrical petty officers.
flogged in the public square."I .
1 personnel must have attained a
and instrument systems which, don't dig the beat," said one,
i when followed by practical appli- minimum rating of AE2. (Some Sixth ND Lags "
"but that is drum.
sure a
cation, will lead to the fulfillmentof specially qualified AE3's are eligible .

the technical requirements for ). Marine Corps personnelmust Loses Bonds Lead
Navy "
aviation electrician's mate, third have obtained the mini- Savings ; "But Johnny, asked the lad's
mother she bathed the
as lumpson
class, AE3)). The course is of 22 mum rating of staff sergeant and
his head "when that bad little
weeks duration. must be graduates of the AEA) Increased Participation SoughtUrging ,
in lieu of graduting from AEA( ) boy threw rocks at you why
all personnel Federal to set for
SchooL on payroll an example didn't you come and tell me?"

The 880 instructional hours are ,- .. the entire industrial organization; Comdr F. L. Lawrance, directorof "Aw. Maw," he shrugged, "iiwouldn't
Instructions currently directed Navy Office of Saving Bonds, outlined this week to local com have done good.
divided into five basic any
electrical and by BuPers is dealing with sea mittee members the importance of the Payroll) Savings Plan to You couldn't hit the side of a
theory wiring
sys- duty, obligated service and other he individual and to the Nation. house."
tems, 240 hours; basic DC power entrance requirements also ap-
He was here to inspire, pro-
systems, 120 hours alternating
ply. ship among federal agencies in
mote, and to give aid to the men
current power systems, 200 hours;: supporting this savings
and who will ask
women soon
aircraft instrument systems, 200 .
AK AE Schools List. each individual listed on Navy
hours maintenance
; and line 120 With a lowered minimum of
in the Jacksonville
payrolls area
Honor School Grads to participate in a program that $3.75 per day period, the individual

Candidates for Class A School James Franklin.. AKAN, of evidences "our love ,of country, need not change his way of; 1

must have 18 months obligated Nashville, T nn., waS the honor our love of home and family, our living and he will rapidly accu- ,

service from date of entry; have student in Aviation Storekeeper faith In ourselves and our com- mulate purchasing power to be

achieved a minimum standardtest School Class A last week. He patriots, and our confidence of a ready for the big things in life, t '

score of GCT plus mechanicalof joined the Navy in July 1954, and better future." Comdr. Lawrance advised.

105, or a score of GCT plus served with Fasron 109 in ,Tax I .

electricity of 105, or the Marine before entering school here. He
Because of a 5.5 percent declineIn Expand ServicesAt ,
Corps equivalent; must possess will report back to his old squad average participation, despitea
normal color
ron. pay raise In July for all graded

Aviation Eectrician's Mate I Honor student I n Aviation federal employees, the Sixth Naval ExchangeCountry t .

School Class B places emphasis Electrician's Mate School Class A District needs a stimulus to

upon a complete understandingof was Darrell Tavenner, AEAN, of raise the participation to a higher StoreThe

the fundamental principles of San Rafael, Calif., who joined the level, according to the Navy De

electricity rather than dexterity Navy in March 1055. He has been partment. Records show that be- expansion and Improve- q'

N in fixing a few soon-to-be-obso- ordered to VA-115, NAS Mira- tween November 1954 and Octo- ments in the Navy Exchange .

k lete equipment. The Class B mar, Calif., for duty. ber 1955 the District gained 2,259 Country Store have been rushedto *

employees in pay status and in completion to permit better
curred a net loss of 187 partici- service to authorizXpatrons..

I Long-Timers Can Now Collect pants in the Payroll Savings Plan. Additional merchandise is being r
I offered to meet the demandfor '
With the 1955 national Incomeof .
Percentage-Based Re-Up Bonus the United States soaring to lawn and garden equipment,

$310 billion and the in- sporting goods, recreational items
I Servicemen who took the succeeding time. ,
come of Americans, after taxes and picnic supplies.The .
old flat rate reup bonus after whichno ,
Past reenlistments for increased
selling area together -
the new percentagebasedbonus totaling $260.5 billion, personal
bonus was paid are not with the new shelvingand
came into effect, can holdings all series of Govern-
1 now change their minds if the counted as reenlistment under mental Savings Bonds at the end display fixtures will make
t the new bonus law. of June 1955 reached highof possible a year-round toy de eE.
new plan offers more money, a new :
t partment. Many new items .
according to a recent finance Some men may collect a $58,643 billion 13 percent toy
( ruling. sizeable "extra" bonus by the above the same period last year, will weeks.be added in the next few _

Yi i switch. The old bonus paid a according to Comdr. Lawrance. P
The older bonus was $160 maximum of $1,440 in four New paint, paint brushes, tools,
for four years, $360( for six. housewares, fishing gear and OH, THAT JONES GIRL -
payments; the new one can Prior to the recent pay raise who
The new plan, which took similar items are on open displaynow Eye-flllinff Shirley Jones,
effect July 16, 1954, offered a run up to$2,000. for graded federal employees, the for convenient examination fits Into a leopard skin bathing

percentage of a month's base The switch to the new bonuscan average monthly participation in and selection by customers. suit with such delightful the new results -
is starring in
pay times the number of years be made at any time until the Payroll Savings Plan In the movie "Carousel." One long

in the new hitch. It was scaledto the end of the reenlistment for Naval Establishment dropped be- Then there was the old maid look at Shirley. and any healthy -

give greatest benefits on which the old bonus was paid. low 70 percent for the first time who said she was looking for an normal American W to
since October 1951, the Navy thus LS/MFT man wouldn't need a carousel
the first reenlistment, less each (AFPS) long, short, him around in cir-
n I relinquishing its long-held leader- medium, fat or thin. cles.I going


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26 January; 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

q. .n rv a

N VAH-1, CVG-L Vt>18, VW-4, Fas 109, Vt-171


: Scouting Squadrons I IV

,ferred to the squadron from San-
The squadron barracks has recently -
ford, preparing it for a Monday
been referred to as the local -
mission. Maintenance reports an
zoo. The caretakers report all hands.CV4.1 .
1 excellent job done by
that strange sounds of wild *
"Husky" dogs and ferocious tigers -

can be heard in the still of
the night After two years with Carrier

Robert Waibel, AA, a non-be. Air Group One, Lt. Martin WebbJr.

1'z lieving resident, scorned the reports ., has received orders to the

and had a lovely visitor Aviation Medical Acceleration

appear on the scene in an invit- Laboratory at,Jqhnsville, Pa.
i ing convertible. Waibel was cor- During his tenure as flight surgeon

rect! All hands immediately appeared Lt. Webb was with the air

: on the scenes wolves. group 'on Its recent Western Pacific

: A. W. Homer, YNI, potential cruise, and was attached td
: Fasron 109 to CVG-1 duty.
--_................ .. -----.....- ...... .... .... _..,,-_........__.- Navy Log writer, immediately prior
began preparing a script for the Dr. Webb will be relieved by
NEW MARINE COMMANDER\ Major. .Louis J.. Sartor
Lt. Louis A. Herrmann, who recently
(seated)' is briefed on his new assignment as Marine Barracks weekly TV program entitled,
commanding officer Lt 'The Remaining Huskies and the arrived from the Aviation
MajorSartorTakes by Col. David Foos. outgoing skipper, and
at the same time meets his staff. The Major took over his com- Tigers." School of Medicine at Pensacola.
mand last Thursday. Left to right are M/Sgt Anthony Cocco, During the weekend the duty S .
sergeant major; Colonel Foos; Major Sartor; Ca t. Edward Stan- VP-18
el, acting executive officer; and Lt. Clifford Gilbert, guard and section was busy working on NB
Over brig officer. No. 69, a P2V-3B recently; trans- After a hectic week of movingin

----- offices, unpacking boxes and
receiving and discharging person

Marine UnitMajor Suggest Barracks Area Improvements; nel,normal things within are slowly VP-18 returningto spaces.

Work Squadron aircraft are being givena
Already On ,
Underway Project
Louis J. Sartor relieved thorough checking over after
enduring a grueling five month
Lt. Col. David Foos
commanding officer of theN as Business has picked up, 'SO purposes, but you must be in full fare and morale of his men, has tour in Iceland, and training

AS Jax Marine Barracks ina to speak, in the Naval AirStation.s uniform to enter. No one can relax revealed that 'plans are already flights are now made daily.

held last Thurs- military Beneficial after a day of work in a underway to provide such rec- The squadron said goodbr this

ceremony Suggestion Program, with i tight jumper and trousers." reation, and more, in the bar- week to Com dr, John Straker
day in front of the Barracks
several I good suggestions t racks area. VP-18's skipper for 16 months,

headquarters Lt. Col. Foos building has been orderedto reaching the Captain's desk The commanding officer, who is This week work will be com- and welcomed aboard his relief,

Washington, D. C., where he within the past few days. definitely interested in the wel- pleted on Dormitory D, BarracksG Comdr. James A. Cooper.

will be attached to the Divisionof All suggestions, which may be which will be equipped as a The squadron also placed the<

Recruiting, Headquarters, Ma submitted by any military per- lounge for 24-hour use. The "welcome mat" out for Squadron
rine Corps. sonnel who feel that improve- Navy Wives To lounge will have soft chairs, sofas Leader Albert Pelland of tho

ments in the daily life of the coffee tables, end tables, RCAF; Lcdr. William Campbelland
TilE MARINE Barracks unit is
Navy man may be bettered here, Install Officers floor lamps, writing desks and CWO Maclin Crowder.
charged with the general secur
are being screened and studied other comforts. It is not neces *
ity of the 3,400-acre Station. '
carefully.The sary that personnel be in uni- VW4Three
Major Sartor is native of
a Saturday NightNewly form of the day to use this new "Hurricane Hunters"
Palm Beach, and enlisted in the Improvement Board has
lounge. reported to VW-4 last week
Marine Corps while in Los Angeles processed one of these sugges-
elected officers of the
and four old hands
Other dormitories will be sim- were trans.ferred
in 1937. During World" WarII tions, which deals with living
Navy Wives Club No. 86 will for- ilarly equipped. Plans being or discharged.
he participated in the Marine conditions in the barracks. are
mally assume their posts at an
made now for writing rooms in Reporting aboard were: Lt.
landing Guadalcanal in 1943 1
on installation banquet Saturday at other barracks, plus additional David Hurt Jr., from Post Graduate
at which time he won a field appointment Here is the suggestion as sub- 1930 at the Seminole HoteL lighting and appropriate furnish- School, Monterey, Calif.; Mar

to Marine Gunner. On mitted by H. E. Brouillette, ACL, A slate of six new officers will ings.of cus Fell, YN1, from Key West,
returning to this country in 1944 and M. J. Lee, AB3. I and
be installed at the traditional I Frank Pessia, AT2, from McGuire -
he was appointed a cadidate at Navy wives, will be on hand
"In each barracks there are candlelight ceremony in the AFB, N. J.
Officers Candidate School in four wings, two large and two Grand Ballroom, with Ida Mae for the event. Comdr. John N James Barry, AE3, was trans

Quantico, Va., where he was small. The number of personnel Daniel, southeast regional vice- Myers, executive officer of the ferred to Quonset Point and Kirk

commissioned second lieutenant. the offi Naval Air Station, will be the Doersch, YNI, to for
living in each barracks can be president, as installing Pittsburgh
FROM APRIL 1953, until April principal speaker.Entertainment .
confined to three wings, thus cer. recruiting duty.
1954, he served with the 3rd Bat- S .
S S S .
leaving one small wing for a rec-
talion,' First Marine Division in will be
officers include Ruth
reation room with tables, chairs, Incoming Fasron 109
Korea. Wounded in combat in pool tables, ping pong tables, etc. Daniels, president; Betty Cor- a talented troupe, headed by Lcdr. Raymond Nelson, Fasron

July 1953, he was awarded the This is needed in addition to the son, vice-president; Ruth Damon, Virginia Atter, of WMBR-TV as 109 power' plants officer, retired
Purple Heart Medal the Silver mistress of ceremonies. Gowns
billiard room now in process of secretary; Ruth Reese, treasurer; from active duty last Friday after
Star Medal and letter of for the event have been loaned
a com- being available. As the situationnow Rita Mann, chaplain; and Betty 29 years service and will be followed
mendation for services rendered. Cohen Bros. and flowers will
exists there is no place to Moore, parliamentarian.A by next Monday by Comdr.
In June 1955, he completed the write letters except on one's host of high-ranking Navy, be furnished by Gavin Florist Frank Hagler maintenance officer

Junior Course, Amphibious bunk. Yes, they have a very nice Marine Corps, city and civic of- Shop. who will retire after 23
School, in Quantico, Va., after The banquet committee Includes -
husbands and
lounge across the street for these ficials, plus guests years.
which he was assigned as As- Betty Corson, Polly Law- All hands are excited about thesquadron's
sistant Headquarters Comman rence, Marge Bradley, Ruth Da-
RecruitTo plans for a party to
dant, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic Advances From mon, Betty Hickman, Mary Tol- be held in a Jacksonville hotel

Norfolk, Va., remaining there i hey, Cornine Aston, Mary Cippola, Feb. 17. Leon Wilson, ADEC, is

until ordered to'. .Jacksonville.. CPO In Eight YearsIf and Kay Botthof. handling arrangements. .

a diet of "tiger" food and ...... : ....... ''''''': .. ... ..... c.......... ..'"<'f.:..... .. .. :. .
AGO School Graduation r-- : : .; :r.7.-1: :!
i ... .. .. VF-171
high altitude missions producethe .:. ..." :y '..'" : ':::.. ..,:
,:. .. li\\ ii '- .. ':". ./ { Re-enlistment figures in the
Reset chief officers of the ... : L.UW. ; )
For Feb 2 .. ... ...... .. Atlantic Fleeet have an"
Richard G. Mc- : .1r'
then #
jet .1
age 11
Moved up a day, a simple grad. t swing in recent months. Helpingto
Kee, chief aviation fire con- v ,.........
uation will be held ". boost the
ceremony re-ups program is
trol technician, of VAH-1, will
Thursday, February 2, in King feel right at home in the Navy'snew i: t1fA ;,J* VF-171, which, has also steppedup
Hall at 1000 for the large Avia- A3D. its re-enlistments with a steady

tion Ground Officer School class monthly increase.
at the Naval Air Technical Train Since McKee enlisted in the During November four members

ing Center. Navy at the age of seventeen, were sworn in for six years

Because.of the large number in he has been reaching for higher each, and six others signed over

the class-257 Ensigns-and the goals professionally and in December. Thus far in January

time taken in processing themto aeronautically. After serving two have "shipped".

new duty stations, the event with Fasron 8, VC-5, and VC-6, Re-enlisting in November were:

was moved ahead one day.ComFairJax he completed training with the Ernest Onderik, AO3; Don

I first group of enlisted bombar- Brown, A03; Donald Fraats, AE2,

Appoints dier-navigators and reportedto and Neil Cashner, AN. In Decem.

VC-8 for duty. ber were: Johnnie Armstrong

Operations OfficerComdr. In eight years, McKee has SN; Ralph Andrich, ADC; Ralph

Frank B. Stone relieved advanced from SR to AQC and : Pate, ADC; Irvin Bird, AD1; John
active part in Patterson, SDI; and Walter Sieg
Comdr. William E. Fly this weekas has played an
_.. AMCA.
the Attack program.
Heavy --------------- ---- --- -
Operations Officer for Commander --
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Now at 26, the young CPO recalls GOES UP IN A HURRY "I dub thee Tiger," so says At. Shipping over this month were
many thrilling hours in tack Squadron One's executive oj:fflcer, Lcdr. Charles Frohne (sec Allen Ormand, AD2, and John
Formerly assistant operations ond from right) to Richard Mel See! (seated), who has advanced Calhoun, BM2. With the
and is anx excep
officer, Comdr. Stone reported to the AJ type aircraft to CPO rate In eight years. M of
two each member
ComFalrJax last November from iously awaiting duty in the fellow squadron CPOs Left to i are J. R. Shockey, ATCJ.ohne ; shipped!
the carrier USS Randolph. A3D Skywarrior. Falgione, ALC; McKee; Lcdr. Fr ; and A. W. Levy, ALCA. for six a total of 68 years

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Page Six JAX _AIR NEWS 26 January 1956

I m) Company 01 Thumps Company 49, 4-3, In Smoker II Seek Pislolmcn

I ,. .
:: A four-second knockout in the with four quick rights and lefts In a special tag wrestling over Harold Tate, TKO ((3)) 1:29: ; For Varsity

: ,... final bout brought T/Sgt. MarvinHarrelson's dumped his opponent before the match under unorthodox rules, Clarence Hannold 49, over Leo NAS Jacksonville urgently
r: waS than four secondsold. Bill Lambrosse and Bob Griffin KO 1:26 Renaldo
Company 01 boxers a bout more ((3) : ; needs pistol shooters in the
.4-3 decision over the scrappers of the 49ers lost to Earl Backus, Lowry, 01, over, Rol Shade, KO expert or master classes for
from Sam Griffin's Co. 49 and Serge Azzolini. ((1)) 1:32.:
:.:r-- T/Sgt. It was a night of knockouts the upcoming National Mid-
,. Jim Dill 49 and Gene Krae-
M King Hall last Thursday. ,
Other results Winter Pistol Championshipsat
and TKO's bout going to
.',.. Tommy Douglas swarmed over mer, draw; Joe Yastremiskl, 01, Fla.
',,'" Norm Waltzer in the final bout, a draw, one split decision, and Jim Green 49, over Ed Berger> over Bernie Grant, TKO (2)) 1:08: ; March Tampa 6.Military. beginning

f had him against the ropes and the rest rla sleepy time. ,TKO ((2)) 1:34: ; Bob Connelly, 49, and Douglas oyer Waltzer. ....... entries representing d _

of the Armed
all branches
JAX Maze Duo Forces are encouraged in the
meet and NAS Jax still has

Sports Cops Mixed several openings former wish-
ing. to compete in the tourney.

Briefs 2-Ball Interested personnel should
Play contact R. F. Allen AOC, at

the Fleet Air 11 public
The current three-way basket- Wing
:M/Sgt. and Mrs. Casey Maze
ball battle at Mainside is so tightit walked off with the all-Station information office, phone 463.
reminds one of last Fall's football Mixed Two Ball championship

race which finally ended ina last Saturday by downing Sam
post-season playoff\for the title. bA ( Dalzell and, Mrs. Steve Biltz, 3 7 Unbeaten ClubsIn

When Hospital managed a mild and 2, in the Flight No. 1 finale.
,upset over VC-62 last week it The Mazes had previously Mainside .
threw the championship chase knocked off Comdr. and' Mrs.

wide open. Howard Greer in a 4 and-2 finishto CircuitThe
When a pair of the league's reach the finals.A Bowling
Terrific Trio, VC-62 and VA-172, very close Second Flight Mainside Bowling League's
collide tonight in the Mainside battle found Harry Webb and American division was off and
gym at 1800, court fans should Mrs. F. H. Flynn defeating Ray running this week with a four-
,get a glimpse of basketball at its Kennedy and MVs. Gladys Coo- way heat developing for first
highly "pressurized" best. per' 1-up for the title. place at the outset. VC-62 mean-
All final rounds were 18 while temporarily held sway in
Intramural Director Frank Mc- hole affairs. the National division.

Caffrey at Mainside has now The Third Flight match be- Special Services, Personnel,
scheduled nearly 40 games for tween Comdr. and Mrs. W. G. Supply and the Boathouse all

the '56 Fliers' baseball aggrega- _____ ___ Winslow and the Comdr. Jewel racked upv 4-0 shutouts in their
,tion. The slate, which McCaffrey n Westmoreland Mrs. Elizabeth initial outings to pace the 13-
hopes will eventually reach some FIST SLINGERS In a rough and tumble affair jabs middle Doane duo was not played Sat team pack, with ComFairJaxclose
left of 49 trades with
weight George Bennett ( ), Company
60 contests, includes most of the Paul Shea of Company 01 In a thriller at Airmen Preparatory urday, and has been rescheduledfor behind with a 7-1 slate in
military installations and manyof School's Inter-company smoker held last Thursday. Bennett ral- 'some time late this week. two matches.
the colleges and universities in lied In the last round to decision Shea. Meanwhile, the two consolation The big news of the week's ac-

the South. finals in Flights No. 1 and tion came more on an individual
No. 2 went off as scheduled with basis, however, when Len Cur
McCaffrey also speedily constructing Bryan Shines As Waves Rod Pinney and Dale Conner tis of ComFairJax delivered a

a short slate for the Jax downing Lcdr. Mickey Flynn and blazing new record set total of

Navy basketball team which Take Two Teddy Jackson in the No. 1 match 586, besting anything posted this
must be formed, coached and Crackerjax by an easy 6 and 4 score. year or even in the Fall 1955 sea
packed off to the Sixth Naval '
Comdr. and Mrs. Edward Bish
District playoffs in the brief Flashy Ellen Bryan sang her swan song for the Jax Navy op were victorious over Capt. N. scored games of 171, 223
space of only 17 days next month. Wave Crackerjax over the weekend by leading her team to a pairof L. Ferguson and Mrs. Barbara and 192 to break last year's record
The team will be composed of victories over the Women Marines from Parris Island, scoringa Barker in the other consolation of 560 held jointly by Ernie
players now competing in the intramural total of 43 points. tilt. Ferraro'of VAII-1 and Herb Sar

leagues at Mainside and The Crackerjax won the Sat gent of Fasron 6.
NATTCenter and will meet sev- in the Main- I Sunday of Bryan that brought VA-44 also posted a new sea.
urday night
eral military and collegiate clubsin side gym, 52-44, and staved off a victory to J ax. She scored seven Fair Jax Cage sonal series high of 2446 in its
formal competition before en- Parris Island rally to take Sun- field goals and converted 11 foul match with VW-4 Monday nightas
tering the Navy playoffs. Jack Rader Joe Palermo and
day's encounter in King Hall, 47- shots, never missing once at the Tourney Set
Alan Brooking all hit above the
NAS Jax still has hopes of foul line. 500 mark in ,their sets. Charles
Tallies 1S4 PointsIt
hosting some of the post-season In nine games with the Crack- Feb. 610VP43's Wallace joined the "200" club
action in Navy, athletics this was the deadeye shootingand erjax, the North Carolinian with an even 200 total In one oft
Spring and late Summer. Jack- counted a total of 184 points. Her downtownJacksonvillecage the two games he rolled.
sonville might very likely be completion date is tempor- team and floor play, as well as champions became the first Other fine performances of the
arily fixed for the first part of to enter the ComFairJax area
chosen as the site for the Sixth her scoring, helped along the week included Tony Gonzales'
Naval District and February. basketball tournament this week,, 507 for
cage playoffs, Crackerjax cause. She averaged Special Services in a
the Station also has an excellent Special Services has purchaseda slightly more than 20 points a Fleet Air Welfare and Recreation match with--FA W-11, a 529 for
chance of playing host to the all full line of target bows and game. officer Lt. Dave Barksdale an- Noel Dumond of Supply against

Navy Eastern golf tourney in arrows, some of the bows with Cooper Returns nounced. NAMTD, a 523 for Marshall MacDonald -
August. tension up to 60 pounds. The tournament is slated for of Electronics against
The Sixth Naval District has The range is being built on Anne Cooper's appearance in NAS Jacksonville from February FAW-11, and a 517 for'Hinke of
been designated as the host com- I I Charles Street, just beyond King I the Jax lineup for the first time I 6-10 and is open to all fleet units: the Fleet Airmen In the same

mand for the tourney, but as yet Hall and adjacent to the 14th holeof since an early season injury wasa I! from NAS Jax, NAAS Sanford,, match with Electronics.
bright spot in,the tussle against NAS Glynco, NAS Cecil Field
no installation within the Districthas the golf course. : Current standings as of Tues
Parris Island. In addition to setting NAS Key West and shipboardunits
been chosen for links play. day (A.M.), January 24 are:
up the plays in the pivot she
District officials could do no They're at it again those bas- temporarily based at NAAS American Division
scored 18 points in the two games.
better than to name the local ketball twins from NATTCenterwho Mayport. .Teams, W L Pet.
course, one of the top military helped win the Waves All- Mary Rundell and Edna Cogs The winning team will proceedto Spec. Serv. 4 0 1.000
plants in the nation, for the Navy cage title for the Jax well were the scoring stars for Norfolk for competition in the Personnel 4 0 1.000
the Marines with Gene ComAirLant in late
Langdon cage tourney
last 0
event. Crackerjax sason. Supply 4 1.000

t Now performing with the San perfoming nicely at guard.__ __ February. ____ __u___ Boathouse 4..0 1.000
NATTCenter's bowling leagueis Diego Naval Training Center i ComFairJax 7 1 ..875r
joining the American Bowling Waves, the famed Florida duo of Electronics 5 3 .625
Congress and thereby its trun- Pat and Gerri! Gorsky are aver- Mittmen Await Gloves Dispensary 3 5 .375
dlers become eligible for such aging better than 20 points a FAW-ll 1 3 .250
prizes and awards as they may game. Public Works 0 4.,000
earn, and any records established Newspaper clippings from the Tourney Opening Feb. 6Jax NARTU 0.4 ,000,0&R
also will be recognized by the Hoist, San Diego Navy newspa- 0 4 .000
ABC. per, sent to Pat Ashcraft, this Waves 0.4 .000 f
First president of the ABC unitis year's Crackerjax captain, show Navy's boxing team is intent NAMTD 0 4 .000
Marine Tiny Wilhorn, of Com- the twins in their favorite pose on bringing back the lion's equipment, the gym at NATT- National Division
missary, widely known ,in bowl- -with a basketball! share of trophies in the District Center is well fixed for training Teams \V 'L Pct

ing both at NATTCenter and Golden Gloves tournament which purposes. VC-62 8 0 1.000
downtown Jacksonville. Secre- Jr. College Repeats will be held in Jacksonville February Coach Perkins dipped into Air- VF-22 4 0 1.000
tary is Nelson Bottorff of Aviation 6, 7 and 8. man Preparatory School, whose A-172 BL BIts: 4 0 1.000VA172
Storekeeper School, another Cage Win Over AGO Coach Bob Perkins, himself a boxers have been staging inter- Hotshots 3 1 .750
high-average bowler. Despite 20 points by guard former Golden Gloves champion, company smokers for the past Communications 5 3 .625
Joining the ABC also will allow Fred Wetzel and a mid-second is working with a big squad and several months, and has come upwith A-44 5 3 .625
NATTCenter to field a teamin half rally, the Ensigns from Avi has hopes of even more scrappers some good ring prospects. VP-16 2 2 .500
one of the leading downtown ation Ground Officer School were turning out. Practice sessions are With a ,nucleus of veterans 'VAIr-l 2 2 .500
leagues. defeated by Jacksonville. Junior held daily in the gym at Price from Mainside, he hopes to bring Fasron 6 2 2 .500
College, 77-64, last Saturday. NatatoFium: Building 614. back a big share of the hardware A-175 : 1 3 .250
A full course archery range. Is Bob Combs and George Nord- Complete with several heavy offered by the Jacksonville VF-43 .0 4 ..000VW4
.being constructed at NATTCenter haus each tallied '14 points for bags and punching bags, a ring,. Sportsmen Club, sponsors of the 0 8 .000
for the bow and arrow artists the Ensigns. _, weights and other conditioning Golden Gloves, to Jax Navy. VF.173 0 a .000
I' .


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26 January 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven '

Accessories Gaining In Chips Down InTonight'sVA172

Ten Pin RaceThe VC-62 FracasThe

rapidly-Improving band of powder-keg combination of VC-62 and VA-172

bowlers from Accessories provided should blow the Mainside gym sky-high tonight I .
ed big fireworks in the NAS- 11 I
O & R Bowling League this week s Something resembling a capa- thrill of the week by pilfering

by jumping from tourth-place city crowd of intramural cage a wayward pass and turning it

into a second-spot tie with Assem- ',. fans may be expected to crowd into the two points that provided
4 t (1 into the Mainside arena at 1800 them with a 64-63 win over VC62in

bly.Residents this evening to watch what could the final five seconds, of play.
of the second division's /
cooler depths for most of lE be the most important contestof Medics Bob Fahy's interceptionand

the season, the Accessories aggregation the current basketball season ensuing layup shoT broughtthe
-undefeated VA-172's Blue Dolts
has recently come to life Hospitalmen from behind and
versus once-beaten Composite them their lead of the
and been pounding on the gatesof gave
the upper brackets. / 1) 0t Squadron 62. game. VC-62 had led all the way

Should the Blue Bolts win, they and was ahead at the intermission
THEY REACHED their highpoint '
will almost certainly go on to ,. 32-27.
last Friday evening with a
the loop crown, but many fans Personnel finally came out of
3-0 victory over the Machinists.
think that they may be hard- its season-long slump long enough -

Meanwhile, tile league-leading] pressed to get win No. 13 withoutthe to win, 56-52, over VP-16

Planning No. 2 downed cellar-I services of their scoring ace, with Bob Gruber tallying 20

dwelling Ground Check, 2-1, to Tom Nofs, who was transferred points and Ron Bachman 18 more
break a two-game losing streak; ; early this week. I for the winners.

Assembly was knocked off, 2-1,I I
it. Joe Tenda of Fasron ,109 set
I If VC-62 takes the game a
by Power Plant; and Planning
: _, --A will throw the circuit into a I new league scoring record in a
No. 1 was shutout by Masters &
Foremen in other first-division Basketball squads from VA-172 and VC-tt tangle tonight at three-way deadlock among to- contest with 0 & R by 'tallying
I 1800 at Malnside gym in a crucial Mainside Intramural Basket. night's contestants and the surprising 39 points. The Fasronites took
results. I ball encounter VA-172 Is unbeaten, but a VC-62) win can throw the
88- 8
Hospital quintet game, despite a 21-
the loop Into tie with
The circuit suffered no letdown' a three-way Hospital getting Into the
battle. Hospital provided the biggestMarines point performance by Jim Petty
individually. as C. B. Adams con- and a 16-point outburst by Martin

tinued to boost his average, pass- rp Van Buren.. ,
ing Everett Brock by three per- VF-43 Cops City J Tenda's
I new record broke one
centage points 179 to 176.
set only last week by Don Sweitzer -
Adams also tied his league
own Met Cage TitleFighter
w of Hospital who had scored
record: in the high-game depart-
37 markers in one game.
ment by rolling a 233 and endedup M
Squadron 43 filched the The loop's standings as Of Tues
with the set for
league's high
Metropolitan Basketball League day afternoon are:
the evening with a 599.
flrst-Tulf title this week with a Teams W. L Pct
OTHER HIGH set scores were 44-22 win f VA-172 U 0.- 1.000 .
turned in by Glen Volp and resounding playoff A 4 Hospital 11 t .911
Claude Cribba who posted respective over VA-15 of Cecil Field at the
I VC-6 10 1 ..901Fasron
totals of 567 and 561. Kirby-Smith junior high school 6 'J 4 .63'

Volp was one of seven loop I gymnasium.The To Test Ensigns wens _ 'J 4 ,636Fasron

bowlers to break 200 for the winners tallied' torrid lOt 'J 4 .636

week, rolling 206 and 200 in two a FAW-ll...,._, 8 5 .54C

of his three'games.. in 59%the of closing their shots half to after move VA-15 away Operations _. 8 0 .500

Additional "200-club" membersfor .In Cage Squabble Tonight VP-ll C 5 .444
had held them to a five-point, 22-
the week were:. J. N. Gres- 17 intermission advantage. AD-t ______ 5 'J .411
ham, 220; K. R. Giles, 219; M. D. The up-and-coming Marine Aviation Detachment basketeers, Facto 4 a .333

Hesse, 210; C. J, Giarrusso.. 210; VF-43 thus evened an old score who have edged into third place in the NATTCenter basketball VA-l1S 4 a .333

and J. J. Will, 204. with the once-beaten Flyers who league, will test the Ensigns from Aviation Ground Officers School VW-t _ 3 a .273

Team W L Pet. had defeated them earlier in the this evening. CommunJeatloos_ 3 9 .250

Planning No. 2 34 14 .703 season, and is now assured of a Last week the Marines,. with, 0" 1 18 .091

Accessories 31 17 .646 playoff spot: against the second- George Boyko in the scoring limelight way, dumped Aviation Ordnance- Personnel 1 11 .083
half winner in the championshipfinals men 7262. Wayne Aspergren tallied -
Assembly 31 17 .646 squeezed past the Support 28 for the Blockbusters.
Planning No. 1 30 18 .625 in February. Spinters, 54-52 and by Aviation '

Cowling Shop 28 20 .583 Led by the rebounding and Ordnancemen School, 7068. Boy THE SPARKLES also breezedby r

Supply 27 21 .563 hustle of Jerry Schmcissner and ko scored a total of 67 points in Naval Air Weapons System

Masters & Fore.- 25 23 ,.521 Fred Ulsh and the outside shoot- the two games.MEANWHILE. School, with Carl Goff and Bush
scoring high, 8453. Al Buchholz,
Production Plan. 24 24 .500
ing of John Churdah, the VF-43
Aviation Store-
Evan Moe and Nevin Koch
Metals Division 24 24 .500
I quintet was in complete control keepers kept on the heels of the
ted high for the losers.
Electric Shop 23 25 .479 :
of the contest from the outset
leaders with a 78-46 victory over
Emer. Repair 21 27 ..438 I Administration won and lost
and never allowed the losers to
the Herm Howard Bob
Spinters. ,
Engineering _, 20 28 .417 within five points. last week, beating NavAirWeaps, (Personnel are Invited to visit
Hinkle Bill Kiehnle and Scott
Power Plant 20 28 .417 4 82-47, and losing to the AGO En the USO Servicemen's Club at 37

Machinists 19 29 .396 A disturbed leopard complained Jones were the Storekeepers'leading signs, 7248. Chuck Lawson's W. Monroe St. The Club is open

Metals No. 2_ 15 33 .313 to a psychiatrist, "every time scorers, while Jim Hart- and 18 by Rudy Edwards helpedin from 0900 to 2330 daily).

Ground Check _. 13 35 .271 I[ look at my wife I see spots sell and Hank Powell topped the the Feathers' victory. Fred Thursday, Jan. 28 2000, Sur

:before my eyes." losers. Wetzel and Terry Taughrier top- prise night.

WEATHER OUTLOOK "What did you expect scoff- Aviation Electrician's Mate ped the Ensigns. Friday, Jan. 27 2000, Special

Friday Partly cloudy and ed the psychiatrist. "You're. a School, presenting a strengthened Team W L I'd. food at snack bar; dancing.

cool. % leopard, aren't you?" lineup, rolled up a brace of vic- AGO School 10 0 1.000ANP Saturday, Jan 28 1000, Open
tories. The Sparkles with Jim house all day; 2000 dance.
Saturday Partly cloudy with "Sure, conceded the leopard. School I 2 .800 ,
"But I'm married to a .zebra!" Webb and Hank:: Bush leading theSCORING MarAvDet 7 S :100 Sunday, Jan., 29 1000, Cof-
Sunday temperatures.-- Partly cloudy to I AE School 8 :3 ..727AK fee hour, off to church; 1730, Vespers
School refreshments by First Methodist
8' .600
cloudy with rain showers, continued
'L n AO School 3 7 .300 Church and War Mothers;

warm. Administration 2 8 .200 2000, Free movie, "Scarlet An-

NavAirWeaps 1 9 .100 gel"

I I II Spec. Serv. 1 10 .090 Monday, Jan. 30- 1900-ping
Know Your
I I I pong.

I IJJAthlete I Tuesday. Jan. 312000Gamenight.

VA-172's high-scoring center, mmMainside

Tom Nofs, is selected as an intramural anne Dru.
athlete local fans should Saturday, January 28
Blood Alley (color Mainside
The Benny Good
meet and remember.Tom .
drama Cine): John Wayne, Lau- man Story (color musicaldrama -
left for duty with Com-
reen Bacall. ): Steve Allen, Donna Reed.
CarDiv 6 this week after playing NATTCenter The Warriors NATTCenter Soldier of Fortune
a'lead role in the frontrunningBlue ([color drama Cine): Errol Flynn, (color drama Cine): Clark
Bolts' attack this season. lIe Joanne Dru.Hospital .
Gable, Susan Hayward.
scored 197 points in ten games for
How To Be Very
Hospital Blood Alley (color
.an average of nearly 20 points per Popular '(comedy Cine): Betty drama' Cine): John Wayne, Lauren -

contest. Grable, Sheree North. Bacall.:
Hailing from Port Huron, Mich. ai I IHsu Friday, January 27 .. I.t

Nofs played two years of varsity Mainside Soldier of Fortune The Texan was puzzled whenhe

basketball for St. Stephen's High I ([color' drama Cine): Clark Gable, was asked to pay a 50-cent

school. His military cage experi- ** Susan Hayward. toll at the George Washington

ence includes three years of ball NATTCenter B 10 o d Alley Bridge. "Son. he informed the

with NAAS Sanford, Fla. (color drama Cine): John Wayne, attendant "I never carry any.
ACE Tom Nofs. scoring ace of the VA-172 Blue Lauren Bacall. thing less than
The third class yeoman spent I a $500 bill. How
points for the league-leaders. Nofs
Bolts "zeroes in" another two
six months with VA-172 before! Hospital The Warriors (col- much do
who scored 197 points In 10 tames this season, has just been you want for the
being transferred.. transferred to ComCarDiv Six. or drama Cine): Errol Flynn Jo-: bridgeI ?"


Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 26 January; 1956
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1 bdrm furn. apt. $53. 2768 CoUi

lege St. EV 9-1307. Powers. .

3 bdrm. hse. $75. Mecasin St. EV: '

83138. Waller.Furn. '

rim 938 Jasmine Place,

$ Murray Hill Hannaford. ";
5 3 bdrm. turn hse. $80. 6152 Good. '

land Rd., Wesconnett. EV 7-6447''

%4\ Chester. ,
2 rm. apt. 2967 Selma St. EV 9- :

6480. Neil '
5 rm. duplex apt. 3529 Cypress Ski

Murray HilL EV 99516. Cadore.j ..
4 rm. gar apt. 3866 Walsh, St.
5 L Morgan. EV 9-2027. ,

....:,.. ..__,p_ \J_ I. ...M? '.j.wm'w. ,.!. L .. r 'i 1 bdrm., furn. apt. 2660- Forbes

COLLECT PRIZES These four fishermen walked off with the top prizes in the 1955 Black Bass Fishing: Contest for Civil St. EV 73697. Snow.
Service Employees of the Station. Each also received a trophy for his efforts. Presented their awards at the biff civilian athletic Furn. apt. 4136 Wheeler Ave. EV
I awards banquet held last Wednesday they are (left to right) Frances Wagner, of Public Works, who landed the biggest bass, a 14* 9-4225. Grove. '
pounder, with cane pole and live bait, and who garnered the big trophy for his department, shown on his left'; Ralph Kinman,of Furn. hse. 4369' Longfellow Ave.
O & R, who landed a 11-pound bass; Jack Bedenbaugh, of 0 & R, who caught a 10-pounder; and Mildred Scurrey, also of 0 & R, EV 9-2669 EV
who snagged a seven-pounder. ley. or 88645. Mob-

Civilian '''Fishermen Honored 2 bdrm. turn
WEEKEND TIDE apt 1218 Challen .t
Ave. EV 9-0291. Hanks.

HIGH LOW 6 rm. turn apt 2636 Myra St.
Black Bass Contest Awards Made
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. ; EV 7-2763. Murphy

Fri. 7:33: 7:56: 1:02: 1:41: 3 rm hse. '$49.50. 9361 103rd. St.

Sat. 8:25: 8:47: 1:55: 2:31: Top Catch Snagged ,On Cane Pole EV 8-3537. Triggers. '

Sun. 9:14: 9:38: 2:47: 3:20: 2 bdrm. apt. $65. 1004 Roselle
New-fangled equipment with all the fancy gadgets may help St.
EL 69644. Gunter.
catch o bigger and more_ fish-but_ none of it is absolutely necessary. The' Wave "ancliorclankers"quietly Furn. apt. $55. 2215 River Blvd.

Jax This was proved here last was cited for the largest bass awaited at 1845 last Fri- EV 9-8209. Johnson.

(Continued from Page 1)) Thursday Employees'at Black the Civil Bass Fishing Service caught on fly rod and popper plug day, in the shadows of the Main- Rm. in priv. hse. 3338 Randall

and intercommunication artificial bait. He pulled in a sev- side bowling alleys, their debutin St. EV 8-9223. Hertzmaa
eter system Contest awards banquet at the
couldreadily be located in en pound-two ouncer out of the the intramural bowling league 3 rm. furn. apt. 3664 Hedricks St.
Civilian Cafeteria, when the -
Overhaul and Repair St. Johns river in April. He wona competition. Watching the men EV 81598. Bryan.
the new grand prize was awarded to Frances
knock over the wooden pins with 8 furn.
fly rod. rm. hse. 1122 Acosta St.
Dispensary now going up between Wagner, of Public Works, who strokes of the Waves
won- FL
'9-6016. Garten.
the hangar and Jack Bedenbaugh, of O&R, was
landed the year's biggest bass-a ,
dered if the male contingent
existing ,buildings. The facility 14-pounder. awarded a rod and reel, and 100 ap- Cple. want to share hse. 4854
preciated the girls intruding
would be of considerable value yards of line for his catch of 10 on Appleton Ave. EV 98592.
Wagner landed his prize, catch their favorite relaxation.The .
Unfurn. hse. 5417
Klngsbury. CO
to the present conservation program pounds, eight ounces last Sep- :
with cane pole and live bait. match between Special 4-5671. Stoball.
carried out here ever the tember at Lake DeLancey. His
WAGNER WAS ,ONE of four Services and.the anchor-clankers
past two years by Roland Byrd, 10-pounder was 29& inches long 1 rm. furn. apt. Bath. 1887 ,Montgomery -
fisherman who received honors began at 1910. Knowing glancesand
industrial hygienist In the Medical I and 21% inches in girth. Pl. EV 9-2257. Manier. .
and prizes for their catches during snickers were passed among '
Department. The awards were presented by 3 rm. furn. apt. Lakeshore, 4586
the 1955 Black Bass contest. the men as the Waves lead-off
BYRD STARTED giving hear- Wagner's bass, caught in May at Capt. James J. McKinstry, Sup- player rolled. Much to the amaze- Shelby. St. EV 8-1870 (after

ing tests in the cold storage plantof Lake DeLancey, was 29 Vi inches ply Officer. Robert Brown, chair- ment of all present the ball went 1800)) $55. Black.

the Supply Department whichwasn't long and had a girth of 22 inches.' man of the straight and true a strike. 2 rm.' furn.' apt $40. 512 Chelsea, 4"
contest presided over
St. EL 4-9866. .
bad in the hot summer He was presented a rod and reel The newness of the situationwore

months when the tests began. Later and 100 yards of 24-pound. test the banquet. off as the gobs discoveredthe Sleeping rms. 2985 Myra St. EV

they were given in a small line. Waves were pretty fair bowl. 8-4860. Defence.

room in the Dispensary where He also won for his depart. 5-9 Year ers for women that is. Discovery 5 o rm upper Apt.; gar. 2580 Riverside -

:, they are still carried on. ment, Public Works, the departmental of the 16-pound sphere on ; $75; Cowart. Apply Apt

Much progress has been made, trophy. All winners re- (Continued from Page 1)' the deck behind them followingthe # 1.

he reports, mainly through use ceived individual trophies. will receive a share of vaccine delivery of the ball and the FOR SALE
I of ear plugs. The plugs come in frequent gutter, balls added to
Ralph Kinman Jr., of Overhauland released based its number of 3 bdrm. CBS hse. 5255 Park St.
the amusement and
three sizes and in malleable form enjoymentfor EV 90755.
Repair Department, won honors Holland.
Their is not children in proportion to the total both teams.
to fit any ear. use
for the largest fish caught on 3 bdrm. hse. 5168 Pennant Dr.
mandatory, but exposed person- spinning tackle and artificial lure. number of children within The Wave "Peanut Irons" cop EV 8-8940. White.

nel are instructed in the impor- His catch, made in St. Johns certain age priority brackets. ped high average for the night, 2 bdrm. hse.. Gar. 5430 Marcia
bowling around the 150 mark. .
tance of protecting their ears
County, was an 11-pound, 14- The Armed Forces are being con- Cir. EV 8-4521. Ballard.
against loss of hearing. A contin- 29 nine inches Special Services won the tussle 3 bdrm. hse. G. I.
ouncer, long with sidered the of "49thState" loan. $11,900.
is main- a from the gals, but the Waves are
uous testing program
19-inch girth. It was landed dur- $2500 dwn. 4623 Tenbark Rd.
and will be allocated their not disturbed. As sailor
tained for about 250 civilians, ing April. one putit EV 97974. McClendon.

mostly employed in 0 & n, and KINMAN RECEIVED a spin- proportionate share of each lot "You gals don't have to win 3 bdrm. hse. 843 14th Ave. N. CII
squadron personneLAccording released. The Navy receives its the league. All you need to do 94388. Marcellus. -
ning 'tackle outfit including rod
to Byrd, the best is beat just one team to causea
remedy for severe noise hazardsis and reel with 100 yards of line. share of the Armed Forces allo- furore. The team which losesto 3 bdrm. hse. Low equity, $57 mo.

distance. The remote locationof Hildred Scurrey, also of O&R, cation. the Waves will have a hard 5212 Seaspray Ave. Ext. 8303.

the jet test call, and the re- time living it down. It's not a Davis.
cent raising of the minimum altitude question of ability at stake, buta Z bdrm. hse. $58. 5142 Pennant

in flight traffic patterns question of their honor." Ct. EV 72846. Void.
maintained by the Operations 27' hse. trailer. Financed. Lot. 38,

control tower, from 1,000 to 1,500 T h'e Crackerjax basketball Thompson Trailer Ct. 5939

feet, were prompted with this in squad lived up to its name the Roosevelt Blvd. Leary.

mind. However, distance is not yy past week-end as the team took 20' hse trailer. Iron Kettle Pk.

always possible and commercial :. No. 9 and 10 victories, topping Collins Rd. and Old Orange PJ .

concerns are designing portableand the Parris Island Women Marines I Rd. Ext. 261. Frieden.MISCELLANEOUS.
semi-portable cells to en- in two encounters. -

close noise creating industrial .
Lek Riders wanted from Riversidearea
machinery, and personal equip The "Chapel Mouse," Station to Mainside. Hrs.: 0730-

ment such as mufflers and helmets publication put out by the United 160(). Ext. 8244 Or EV 81433.

Fellowship is now in the processof Hare.
BYRD IS NOT testing head-
getting a distribution list es- Riders wanted from Lakeshore
band-type mufflers. Although the tablished. Any personnel. wantingto Woodstock Pk. area. Hrs: 0730-
men like them better than ear b receive the "Chapel Mouse"are
1610, Ext. 8532 or EV 71619.
plugs, which hurt after prolongeduse asked to contact the Protes- I. '
he is of the opinion that tant Chaplain's office The week
needs here can best be met by s ly bulletin is full of events and I Navy Band On MonitorThe

the plugs which are cheaper and happenings around All Saint's U. S. Navy Band will be

equally efficient. .L chapel. featured on the NBC network,

f A major problem is found In program, "Monitor," Sunday at
: the test cell and flight test areas. 1300.
The Catholic Chapel has the
Another bad spot is the 0 & H
r beginnings of a choir but needs
metal spray unit where sound stripes are Ann Hilton, Pat Os-
cuts like a knife. To determine many more personnel to join in trowskl, Sally Cornwell and Billy
the singing. All invited
are on
,.,' .. susceptibility to hearing loss, an Tuesday nights for rehearsals at McKenzie. Adding a green stripeto
i annual rccheck of exposed personnel their uniform are Ruth Hanson
1900( and Join the formed
is maintained. Personnel NEW CVG-4 COM1\IANDER-Comdr. William Fly reads his newly and Sheryl Vaughan. The six

t newly exposed to high sound in- orders officially establishing him as Commander Carrier Air choir. I Waves were advanced in rate'on.
Group Four. Formerly ComFairJax operations officer, he relieved S .
t. ., I.f tesity are particularly watchedI ,Comdr. John Ilowland (leftj), who will. become executive. I January 16 as a result of the seaman
I t f' I )Mo prevent decrease in hearing. officer: of the carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. \ Sporting three new white I and airman exams.

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