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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1956
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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Navy's RatingsThe real need

chief petty officers is ,
I hasized in the i ir
ment that 5,467: :r
personnel will be
to CPO within the
nine months. -

Names of those to be "':;: ",
vanced will be published }<. ..'
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;
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early May. Promotions;>
be made in five in the skies over
beginning: :May 16, when I load.plane ever built for I
147 CPO promotions
be made. '
Some 1,080 will be'
vanced in each of the

increments on July 16,
tember 16, November aIfs
and January 16, 1957.
This is the largest

bed of personnel to be ..
moted to chief petty
status in several
years. I 19 April 1956

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Pal Day FeteThree 4)T! 3 > : t Day] 1


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hundred e n Ii st
men,' ranging from r Friday
E-7 to E-2, :will be guests ,

15 civilian- clubs of day at ,NAS Jackson- :

ville second who annual are"Pal holding Day" : : \ : :;:;:;?, soon be1 restored to

: Friday status, ef-
quet April 24 at the \ ; :
Washington Hotel.. : : for the pay periods
:
The Navy men honored by : April 21. and 22, after
clubs will be selected from j years of being "cele
commands in
the '
: on Thursday by
area: Each man will be the : : per
sonal guest of. one of the ", and for the tc-
members and will be seated : : :: ::: months by classi
to his host at the banquet : "" : : : : : : ). .
"PAL DAY" IS planned I ;
means of fostering good Fiscal Department has
between civilians and the Thursday pay-
members of the Jacksonville civilian personnel pre
an adequate time allow
munity through closer
.
It got its start in November preparation of payrolls
in an orderly, accurate
when a small number of
way, according to
men were invited to the ;
'luncheon meetings of eight Bricklcy, Fiscal
clubs during "GI-Pal
which was celebrated on a U M E R O U S occasions
tion-wide scale. pay days have been met
Both the Navy men and means of costly overtime
club members liked the idea ; the disruption and post
much that in early March of of other essential tasks ,
year the first "Pal Day" Fiscal and the Machine
was held by the leading Division of Supply where
civic clubs. At that time 200 are printed.

men were guests of the becomes particu
ville citizens
; it was said, whenever
A POPULAR POLICY of employing departments
clubs is to eliminate speeches ; Overhaul and Repair, and
the occasion, substituting go on a heavy overtime
(Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 0 & R is now on sucha
Most of these gone to chil-
., .. ,,,,.. ,. schedule involving tremendous
.f 9ou'1JPwYyxK: +wsb:7E'3omr.: aM a :rqc .aMOwaeacun>'!rhr: ;w. w. ;}xqt.a{ !gy 5ruvr, rfvawvw.w..w.k wy..myw dren under nine years of age,
overtime which increases the
preparatory
with a few given to pregnant women -
work in Fiscal
by four
A precise count was not im-
times the normal
mediately'' available, but some preparatory
work.A .
children have received second
shots of the vaccine in the three FURTHER HANDICAP to
months period. the earlier pay day plan is causedin
such instances when
as over
BECAUSE OF TIIE impending
time wage payments or increases .
polio season, much concern has
in rates cannot be made
wage until
been felt by parents about the
t extended interval between the subesquent pay periods, owingto
first and second shots. This inter- insufficient payroll preparatorytime.
---HP"-1 Ip val was originally prescribed from The change In pay days is
fti thus dictated
by requirements of
two to four'weeks. However, ac
xs economy, efficiency and employee
cording to latest information,
t Comdr. R. J.. ,Margin, assistant morale. .
medical officer*.says the longer The first pay day under the new
interval will not interfere with system will be realized on Fri-
the desired \degree of protection day, April 27. No one will lose a
I against polio.In day's pay. After all, Friday has

fact, he declares, it is now always been a good day of the
s thought that the interval may ap week fish day, the end of the
.. proach six months and still pro work week and now pay dayto
PRESENT ARMS-Six Wave chief petty officers serving with commands aboard the Station vide the desired protection. He boot!
present arms that signify a grand total of 72 naval years with good conduct. Four of the Waves says that the NAS Dispensary will With both classified and peg
rated their gold hash marks in 1955 and the other two received theirs last month. Displaying "armsof provide immunizing doses as soonas diem employees sharing It Friday .
gold" are (left to right) Teddie Jackson, PNC, NATTCenter; Peggy O'NeU, SKC, NAS Commissary ,
; Bertha MacKinnon, SEC NAS Supply; Ethalyn Hicks, PNC, NAS Education; June Canfleld. possible, depending on the .will truly be TGIF (Thank
DTC, NATTCenter Dental; and Hazel. Buechler, SKC, NAS Supply. availability of vaccine supply. 'I God if* Friday) Day at NAS '
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every Thursday<< for,Nary and Marine tctlvtuei at Naval Air CATHOLIC
Jacksonville FU. .
Sunday Mass
0800
MAS. Jsektwllle 0900
Capt. William S. llama Commanding Officer 1000 St Edward's Chapel>,
omdr.. John N. Myers Executive OfficerCommander
Saturday Mass
1 Alt JukteivtUe 0800.
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell -__ Daily Mass, 0630.
Cnpt. ftlchsrd 0 Green Cbid or Stalt
Fleet Air lag Elevei Sunday 0630 Mass at the
Cspt. Bowen F. McLeodL.. -- .Commander Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction
Comdr. Richard Drill Chief Stall Offlcer
Air TeehkUsJ TnlaUf O..ter classes, Building 463.
rapt Henry C. .LtNaral Commanding Officer Cr rROTEsTANTThursday
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Executive Officer
Naval U..pilal I April 19
Capt. Benjamin N. AM -. Commanding Officer 1900 AU. Saints' Choir
CapC L A. Newton __ Executive Officer s > Re.
NABTU hearsal.

Comdr Laurence F. Stcffenhagen ,? ,. ,- -CommandIng Officer \ ti a 1000 Lutheran instruction for

children.
The JAX AIR NEWS It pubttthed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville .Florida and printed commercially with non.appropriated funds Sunday, April 22
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS l'-33. Rev. 0800
Nov. 1915.! : Copies are distributed free-of charge at the Naval Air Station the \W.b Episcopal Communion
Naval U. S. Naval Air Technical Hospital.Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and'the Service, Chaplain Nickelson.

Service Information Officer- IX Ted Morgan t 0930 Sunday School for ages
Editor Andrew II. Planey 4[ through adults.

Staff Reporters Jack Holmes, PHI; Marlon Cracraft J02; Nancy Ward J03. I 0930 Service of Divine Worship -

The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Arm to Forces Press Service. Chaplain Carpenter.

PwrittenrpermissionicC Armed In this Forces publication Press may Service.not ReQublIeidon of without other -t: I I 1100 Service of Divine Worship -

matter except<< by service publications Is prohibited without permission of Chaplain Stephenson.
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. _
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Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions 1900 The United Fellowship
8346! 21b and 8164. MONEY AND TIME SAVER-Charles Hobbs, employee at of Protestants. Building 804.
Overhaul and Repair Department, explains to Comdr. G. W. Ellen-
burr, assistant 0 & R officer, the workings of his beneficial suggestion Monday, April 23
BLOOD PTA Tours for which he reaped $120 cash. Hobbs simplified the 1900 Lutheran, Instruction

DONOR method of pattern manufacturing by the use of photo-template Classes, Building 502, NATTCen.ter .
# equipment. Here he is checking the proper alignment and distance -
Chaplain's
:At CenterAveraging on a template. He was among 19 employees to earn cash office..
wards for suggestions adopted in February. 1930 Latter Day Saints' Sere

44 persons a day, a vice.

series of Parent-teacher Associa- Three Employees Shine In Recent Tuesday, April 24

tion tours began yesterday at the 1900-Presbyterian Instruction

Naval Air Technical Training Classes, Hospital Chapel.
Centerr Beneficial Suggestion CeremonyThree 1900 Christian Science Class

They were to continue today 1930 Bible Study Group.
and Friday of this week and Overhaul and Repair Department employees were the 1930 Episcopalian Instruc

Wednesday, Thursday and Fridayof recipients of, or either shared in, eight of a total of 21 beneficial Hon Classes..

/, next week. The tours include suggestion cash awards, amounting to $520, presented to NAS Jax Th'ursdaYr April 19

visits to King Hall for a welcomeand workers for ideas adopted during the month of February. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

movie Airman Preparatory Joseph Perritt, Joseph King and the "big check" winner for Feb- (Naval Hospital, Protestant
Forty-One more employees School Aviation Ground Officers Wallace Holme were the multi- 0930 Sunday School and
ruary, coveting a $120 award fora
the Blood Donor Honor
joined School NARTU Hangar. ple winners plus Rubye Boat- Nursery
"simplified method for
pattern
Roll at NAS Jax. Donating bloodon who involved in two 0930 ,
Luncheons were planned for wright, was manufacture." Divine Worship-Chap
4 the Station's Blood
to
April the CPO Club.Welcoming awards. lain William A. Swets.
Program were 26 employees from Following are the three cash 1900
the visitors aboard Perritt shared three awards Tuesday, Instruction
Overhaul and Repair Depart- were addresses by Lt. Bertram Wallace award winners with a rief de class for personnel of Presbyterian
ment 10 from Public Works De- with Holmes, totaling
Udovin, Marine Lt. T E. Morrow, r scription of their suggestions: Or Reformed background,,
partment, four from Supply De- $50, and shared two other awards
partment, and one from Communications Ltjg( ) Matt Kurilich, Lcdr. Vin- 'with Rubye Boatwright,. totaling CHARLES HOBBS, O&R, $120; Hospital Chapel.
cent Anania, Marine Maj. E. S. 45 *
Department. $50. Joseph Pocher and Allison Kolbe,
Maloney, and Lt Kenneth Knoi-
Blood donors included: zen. KING, WHO HAS already sub O&R, shared $50 for "assigningof High PercentageWin

0 & R J. E. Vought, sG. L. mitted some 16 suggestions, added part numbers"; John Montgomery

Fisher, W. L. Catrette T. G. Aune, A busy practitioner in your city three more cash awards to his Public Works, $35, for "wear Ratings As

II. J. Merklinger, C. C. Riddle, E. placed this sign in his waiting credit His three latest adopted ing rings for galley tubs"; Ernest

P. Prevatt, J. P. Phillips, W. Gar- room: "Please do not exchange suggestions brought a total of Black, O&R, .$35, for "radium Result Of ExamsPromotion

ner, R. A. Murdick, J. N. Duncan, symptoms, ladies. You confuse $45.Charles disposal stripping container";

R. E. Eberle, R. F. Bradley, F. L. the doctor." Hobbs, of 0 & R, was John Pitts, O&R, $25, for "antenna results of February

Bedenbaugh, J. W. Devers, F. A. mast";; Joseph Perritt and Ru- examinations reveal that more

Floyd, G. H. Cherry, P. G. Gallos, I bye Boatwright, O&R, shared $25 than 80 per cent of non-rated

L. R. Mercadi, W. E. Besecker, W for "drill centerer";; Joseph Per personnel at NAS Jax trying for

A. Dundan, Jr., R. M. King, J. ritt and Rubye Boatwright shared third class made the rating, and

Armstrong, J. V. Blake, C. B. $25} for "cycled gun adapter"; Joseph better than 90 per cent of the
Roberts and H. C.
Copele. King, O&R, $25 for "puller seamen and airmen at the Naval
Public Works --B. R. Edwards, knocker for removing piston Air Technical Training Center.

J. Padgett, H. W. Campbell, H. t> o4x. M iry pins";; Robert Cole, O&R, $20 for At NAS 2.6 per cent were not

M. Hays, II. M. Lutzcn, J. D. 'holding device for polishing rated because of no quota, Information

Fachko, J. E. Fletcher, J. B. small screw heads"; Joseph Per and Education revealed.

Bailey; Jy J. Arnold, and R. King :. ritt and Wallace Holmes, O&R, Taking the exams for third

Supply R. V. Hartley, A. L. v 4. >; shared $20 for "cycleweld tlatclamps. class at NAS were 111 non-rates,
Reid, J. J. Whittcmore, and L. D ." of which 91 passed and 16.9 failed.

Griffin. + ; .c i4 The non-rated personnel were
-1 Joseph Perritt and Wallace
Communications E. C. Phil- Holmes part of a total 410 seeking advancement -
shared $20 for "cycleweldgun
lips. ,, for
with 114 going up
,
s zRjf cleaner";; Robert Bowers and
second class, 75 for first class,
/k'
Gilbert
Chichester
O&R, shared "
h and 110 who tried for the "cap.
$20 for
"rework of seat locking -
Of thoso trying for second
shaft"; James Tripp, O&R, $15 for
class 52 45.6 cent made
"rework or per
Sk of solenoid
for S2F"Samuel "
; good, W.9 failed, and 3.5 per cent
Deutch
O&R $15 for
of no
were not rated because
"removing and installing
stowage
quota. Of those trying for first
and
canteen
containers
S2F" on class, only 14, or 18.4 per cent
Thomas
; Davy Public
COMMENDED-Ralph Har Works passed, 71.1 per cent failed, and
The Chief Petty; Officers Club Two CommendedFor dy, AQC, and Harold Freder- fixed ladder", $10 for "modification of 10.5 were not rated for lack of

will feature a dinner dance this icks, AQ1, both receive letters quota.

Saturday evening. A southern Off-Duty. of Henry commendation C. DeLonp, from Capt HENRY WELLS; O&R, $10 for Forty-six per cent of those try-

fried chicken dinner will be officer of NATTCenter.commanding The "magnets placed in sumps for ing for the.Chiefs Cap passed

.. served from 1800 until 2100 at Course EffortsTwo pair halls from Naval Air grinding machines"; Joseph Per but it is not yet known whether
$1.00 per person. Weapons School. ritt and Wallace Holmes shared the Bureau of Naval Personnel

The dinner will be followed by commanding officer commendations $10 for "cycleweld.scales";; Joseph will rate them. Of those taking
dancing to an orchestra from 2100 were presented to instructors part: "During the period prior to King O& t, $10 for "racks for the examination, 58.2 per cent
until 0100. the February 1956 advancementin disassembly
tools"; Joseph King failed.
in the aviation fire ,
.
control technical rating at the rating examinations, these men $10-, for "puller for sump oil pump At NATTCenter, 139 non-rated

AO School Honors Naval Air Weapons School ofNATTCent assisted in conducting a voluntary on aircraft engines';; James Spi-J personnel took the third class

Earned By Ellis r by Capt. Henry C. off-duty course for personnel in vey for Jr., O&R, $10 for "guard rail exam, with 126 passing, and only
De furnace No. 7; and Joyce Holt 13 failing to make the rating.
Honor Student o( Aviation Long. the Naval Air Weapons O&R ,
System $10 for "control of Overhaul Of a total 522 taking petty officer
.
Ordnanceman School Class A at The commendations
were
School. Both have
men shown a and Repair fora
routing sheets. examinations 339 passed
the Naval Air Technical Train- awarded to ,
Ralph Hardy, AQC, .
high degree of initiative in
and down,
64.94 Broken
cent.
Jag Center last week was Robert and Harold Fredericks, AQ1, and The per
made an important contribution quickest way to make addition to the third class results,
Ellis, AOAN, of Woodside, N. Y. were made part of their service yourself miserable I
to the United States is to start 59.18 per cent passed second class
lIe has been assigned to VA-85, records. ) Navy beyondthe wondering

Ocean, Va., for duty. The commendations read in requirements of duty." happy as you whether could be.you're as examinations, 53.6 passed fiat
class, and 55.69 CPO exams.




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VF-43, VF-22, Fasron 109, VW-4, VAH-1,

VF-173, VA-45 ReportScouting



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VF-43 April 16. Certificates were award.

, As a result of the February examinations ed to 29 men who were rated in

I for advancement in E-4, E-5 and E-6 following fleet ,

rate, ten men in VF-43 added a wide examinations.D. .

stripe to their uniforms on April
B. Craddock, AD3, was selected I
16, and five first class petty officers -
by the commanding officer as
awaiting the decision of
are
the man-of-the-month for April.D. .
the selection board next monthon
D. Amos, AT2, was awardedhis
their advancement to chief:
first good conduct medaL
petty officer. Three men passedthe

test, but, at present, their R. L. Holland\ A03, managerof .
F i Y2, rates are closed. the softball team received' his

orders last week and will departin
The following men passed the i '
\ May to Quonset Pt., R. r, fOl-
1r\L 1 examination for chief petty officer \
; further transfer to the USS Tarawa -
: Claude Allen, ADI; Roy
: (CVS-40).
Markus, ADI; Vernon Miller, 1

JOB-INSTRUCTOR. TRAININ --Tbe first batch of selected supervisory personpel participating ADI; Donald Koljeski, AKI, and I The following men reported to

In the planned group training program of the Supply Department has-eompleted a formal counte Samuel Shive, AMI. Stanley Ols- : Fasron for duty from NTC, Bain-
I In job-instructor training. Captain James- McKinstry, Supply Officer, presented the certificate bridge'R.;' J. Betzer, :AA; A. D.
of completion. Left to right Jake Oates Murdock Alice Falrcloth Fred son, TD2, and Carl Babe, AM2, I
are George Betty Hardy, Meyers, AA; D. .A! Stephens, AA;
Barnes, Joyce Baggarley and William Wilson. advanced to first class petty offi
cer. Those advanced to second R. A. Rosenberg, AA; E. C. Lang,

AA; R. G. Lynch, AA; W R. Liles,
class officer Carroll
petty were
tLle Still Seek ForgivenessFor Bergeron, AD3; Eugene Jordan, AN; W. M. Mackey, AA; T. Mac-

AE3; Rene LeBlanc, AMII3, and kovich, AA; C. L. Lagoon, AA; F.
J. Nickerson, AA; L. M. Owen,
Choulis AT3.
George ,
AA; and R. D. Wolff, AA.VW4 .
Overpaid BonusesWhether Four men were rated as third .

class petty officers. They were

or not some 17,000 servicemen will have to refund I Paul Jones, ADAN; Emery Smith, "Welcome home" was the orderof
ADAN Richard Watts ADAN
about $320 each to the federal government will depend upon the. ; ; the day for Crew Six, which returned

success of a plea to the House Armed Services Committee by Pentagon 1 and John McCullery, AKAN. home April 9 after being
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian The
following passed they exam
1
officials. delayed in the Azores for approxi
for all Navy Libraries in the for the indicated rates but thereis
The servicemen were overpaid mately two weeks. The delay was
area.) re-enlistment bonuses under the law (HR-8922)), they can keep no quota at present: Hiram due to lightning striking the .

Baseball Complete: Now is the law effective Oct. 1, .1949. Before the money. If not, the govern Mansel, AD2 and James White, plane while operating in the A-
season for this collection of base ment will demand repayment. AD2 passed the examination for I
that date servicemen could take zores. No one was injured in this ,
ball yarns. Treasury Of Baseball either a reenlistment allowanceor ADI. Albert Stone, TN, passedfor mishap. ;
Humor, is another for the fun of advancement to SD3. .
a bonus. Any re-enlistment The services claim that since Last week saw four new "Hur -
it. If who takes
you are one it after that date was counted as the enlisted men collected the ricane Hunters" reporting to VW-

oh-so-seriously, we suggest your a first re-enlistment whether the bonuses.in, good faith, recoupingof VF22At 4 and one old hand leaving via
favorite VF-22 impressive list of
reading may be some an
serviceman took allowance transfer.
an or
the money would be a hard
thing in line with these: The men sewed on new stripes on
a bonus. them since Men reporting aboard were
ship on especially
Brooklyn Dodgers Magnificent April 16. Of the total number of
;
.
the mistake was made .by the George Troisi, AA, from NTC
Yankees; The New York Giants.Of men in the squadron taking com
services. Bainbridge; Dominic Galletta, -
if Due to misinterpretation of the petitive exams in February 1956
course you really play, i AD2, from NAS' Quonset Point
there are books to help on the law by the Navy, thousands of 56.5 percent passed. Especially R. I.; Charles Harris, AK2, from,
sports shelves. enlisted men collected "allow.ances" noteworthy was a passing
per Glynco, Ga. William Stewart
; ,
for re-enlistment after Waves To
Try centage of 88 percent in the men
Funencyclopedia: If you've no YN3, from VA-15 NAS Cecil
special interest in baseball, this Oct. 1, 1949, re-enlisted again taking the exam for third class. Field. "
New
Two-Piece
is the book for the renewed interest after July 16, 1954, and collectedbig Passing exams for Chief were w

in simpler sports such as "first re-enlistment" bonusesfor Work Uniform Robert, AMI; Robert Long, A01; VAII'l"Operations :
these new cruises. Better thana and Robert Coughlin, ATI.
horseshoes, squash, croquet, etc. Intex", which took
,j
Rules for the games, dimensionsof year ago the payments were For a paltry $12 (cash), I Those advanced to their indicated place last week gave the A3D .

playing space, hints for play outlawed by the Comptroller Wave officers and chiefs may rates were: Calvin Byrd, Skywarrior a chance to fulfill the
General who said the allowances test-wear uniform ADI; Richard Mokeler, AD2;
ing and ideas something dif a new summer expectations placed upon it by the -
ferent for the group which gathers should have been counted as bonuses procurable from Naval William Lester, AE2; Gene Wil- Navy .

wondering about "what's to and that the re-enlistments Uniform Shops in Brooklyn, kinson, AEM2; Forest Taft, AT2; The promise of the A3D being
would be counted as the secondone. Donald Christensen, AD3 J. C.
play? Washington, Norfolk, Boston, ; the Navy's most powerful carrier
Annapolis, San Diego'and Crocker, AD3; Herman Jereb,
Archery: Another sport whichis based attack plane was amply
gaining popularity with at least According to count, the servicemen Great ,Lakes. AD3; Ronald Zeungcs, ADE3; demonstrated, as it struck repeatedly -

one group of avid fans. This gives have been overpaid The new uniform is a two- Lawrence Belodeau, AE3; Robert at the "enemy forces" ina
about $5.5 million. Collection of Guthrie, AE3; Waldon Rushing,
piece seersucker dress simulated attack
data on necessary equipment, gray at sea. The
the overpayments will not be with collar short sleeves AE3; Kenneth Yelvington, AE3. planes
techniques and teaching as wellas open returned to the base with-
a section on indoor archery. pressed, the Comptroller agreed, with turned up cuffs, and gold Also Robert Brennan, AK3; I out suffering any damage from
until the end of this session Francis Volante, AK3; Alva Ki-
of .
(That section might be useful on buttons replacing former gray the enemy. The squadron feels .
Congress, except for those being ser, AM3; Donald Kiss, AM3; Billy -
windy days!) ones. While presently made of that few, if any, after this exer-
discharged. If the Pentagon can Brown, A03; George Cox, A03;
the cotton seersucker cise lack 'the
same as word" about the
Golf Clinic: Let the experts explain
Jr. A03 and
push through their forgiveness Henry Zampko ,
old-style uniforms, future A3D.
be
how the game should Ronald Severo SK3.

played. Or choose from the many thing different, we've several seersucker cloth will be treat- Squadron congratulations go to

other bookswritten by these ed with a so-called "wrinkleshed" the 23 men who have made advancements -
books like this to choose from. Fasron 109
whose techniques would ac- substance replacing the In rate. They are:
you All Sports Record Book: Thisis Com d r. Sidney Engelhardt,
old material as fast as it is Bernard Cleary, PHI Glenn Hudson
quire. In the event your favorite for settling bets-records from skipper of Fasrort 109, held ;

lady is a devotee of the sport, we way back! used up. monthly personnel inspection AMI; Ralph Albright, PR2;

suggest How To Be A Better Woman Charles Carter, AE2; Thomas j.

Golfer. ....._... .. .. ... Donoghue, AD2; Fred Lavertue, .
.
Riding: Book describes initial AD2; Robert. Abbott, Jr., AT3;

training for both horse and rider William Benison, AT3; Andrew, .

with instruction for jumping and Carter, AM3; James Gruber, PN3; _

Joseph Huffman, AD3; Syrus
even for riding bucking broncos. -

Question and answer section for Keatley, AD3; Arthur Keehan,

beginners will help those who are AE3;. Rudolph Klugsdahl, AT3;

learning or teaching. Phillip Mangialetto, AM3; Harry

.Y Mears, AK3; John Shilling, Jr.,
Track Techniques Illustrated: A
AM3; Henry Scott, AT3; Gordon
small volume with an amazing
-4 Sise, AE3; Robert Wiltz, AT3, and
amount, of information.
Junior Woody, SD3.
Tennis: Another sport which is iI ; .

keeping the courts crowded theseda's. VF-173 .. ,

If you need pointers to bring At a recent all hands party heldat
out your skill why not check the I\k9a :" 1
'."4>. ... > the Anchorage, enlisted per
books?
".". ": : "' sonnel trounced the officer in a
Table Tennis: Is an excellent ... :" '; :.J softball game by 14 to 9.
1
addition to :your backyard games :.: Congratulations to the followingmen

and we,are assured it takes justas '. p ... > 4j it .':i who are sporting new'ratingssince

much skill in far less space! '.. >>'> > ... '. last
V :WiJ3&.h ..___ ._ ", .,a 'A76v"iA Monday. Advanced to

Calendar Of Parties: We think FIRE PREVENTION LESSONS-Fire prevention Is a serious thing and to keep abreast of this their indicated rates were: James

the calendar is only an excuse! all-Important phase of life aboard the Station, some 340 military and civilian personnel of Supply Rock, AID; Gary Alexander, AO2;

Games, especially new slants on Department and Fiscal Department: were on hand last week for a series of lectures and demonstrations James Davis, AT2; Jack Xasley

old ones, offer amusement at any -by the fire division firefighters. Firefighter Tom Powell (left photo) demonstrates the wrong AT2; Horace Bennett, AE3; James
way-using the wrong type of extinguisher on a burning liquid fire. Employee Bowen Davidson
time to any group but if you are shows the right way in the right photo. He Is using a 20-pound dry powder extinguisher!>> one of Flanigan, AK3; Donald Cutinello,

planning party and want some- three gadgets! used' to fight flammable liquids. The others.are foam and COS. (Please Turn to Page S, Cr1,1)). .

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I ; I. Busy Navy Psychiatrist Also Serves City Clinic I



\ Dutchess County N. Y. As such
In a Navy town the city
he performed medical surgery,
benefits much from theNavy's
acted 'as county health officer,,
includingvast
presence school doctor, and, in fact "didverything"
payrolls, loca trade, construction
of Monday was a big
a doctoring naure. day for
i plus other numerous When he decided to serve many of the Station personnel as
I factors of
Important consideratIon hIs country, 'it took him six they discarded their three white
the community
But -
months to get a replacement. stripes and graduated to the ranksof
also benefits the
by
I many WHEN HE WAS discharged he Navy petty officers.In .

personal services performed tad determined to study psych! assuming, a petty 'officer's

quietly by highly trained and airy and' entered the graduate dignity, these servicemen and
skilled of the
specialists Navyin school of Duke University on a women left behind a chapter in
their time.
off-duty traveling fellowship. His 'studies their naval career that will never

Ope such contribution is that took him to hospitals in Boston be forgotten, the chapter belonging -

of Capt. Reginald V. Berry, neu- and New York, to Johns Hopkins i to'a characteristic and un-

ro-psychiatrist at'the Naval Hos University, and finally to Emma } forget able group 'Of individuals

pital. With Wednesday Afternoons 'endlcton Bradley Hospital in known to all as seaman. For sea

free, Dr. Berry devotes this Providence, R. I., one of the two -everywhere, female or male,

time to the Duval County Child privately endowed hospitals for past> and present, we dedicate the

Guidance Clinic where he acts emotionally disturbed children in following.
as' consultant. There he diagnoses
the United States.
,9 Portrait Of A Seaman
hk
and evaluates psychiatric and Returning to Duke as an' in- Between the awkwardness
of
neurological cases, participates in nstruclor and child psychiatrist, recruit a
and the
dignity,of.a petty
staff conferences with Dr. EdwardL.
he left in 1946 to re-enter theNavy officer find
Fleming, head of the clinic, we a questionable
and continue study in neuropsychiatry -
character called .
.
a seaman.
and consults with children be- under Dr. Robert

tween'the hours'of 1500 and 1700. Cohn at Bethesda Medical.Center, Seamen come in assorted sizes,
weights and colors . but all
WHY DOES HE do this instead
Md. He remained there until 1949
have
of seeking recreation after the learning the techniques of electroencephalography OPHTHALMOSCOPE EXAM- apt Reginald V. Berry, chief the same creed: to,enjoy

strenuous hours of consultationand (evaluating of psychiatry and neurology at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, uses every second of every hour of

treatment of military personnel an ophthalmoscope to examine the back side of a patient's eye to every day, and to protest by gripIng
parts of the 'brain) and treatingthe determine the condition of the nerves, arteries, and veins.. The their most beloved privilege.
demanded by his Navy duties central nerve system. The ophthalmoseope examination is frequently given as part.of a genera

? Mainly, it is because none Navy' then sent him to the Naval examination before treatment is recommended.few Seamen are found everywhere
., _.
On top of climbing
knows better than Dr. Berry how e on.
Hospital, Oakland, Calif., during clinics-13 in all-must take -
great the need is for skilled psychiatrists which duty he did ,further grad- the burden. As consultant Dr. swinging from running around -

and how limited most uate work at the University of I Berry up advises on the medicationand SAFETYBox or perhaps turning to.
child guidance clinics are becauseof Mothers and sweethearts love
California and became certified in treatment of emotionally dis-
this. psychiatry and neurology. Score them fathers are proud of
turbed children referred to the
But secondly is Dr. Berry's Interest them ,. petty officers ignore
He has plenty'to do. Psychiatry clinic, in conjunction with the Disabling injuries Through
in children-he has had exceptional hem division officers tolerate
has become of increasing importance patient's family doctor. Medica-
training in child psy : Tuesday, April 17 them and commanding offi-
as its need becomes better tion is
I costly. This Month .
thiatry and, like most Naval cers protect them.
understood. Nearly all Naval hospitals But, as Dr. Berry points out, This 0
he wants to wher- year
personnel, help
A seaman ii with
peace an
today maintain' an active Naval personnel, and their dependents Since Last
Days
ever he can. air hammer in hand Contentment -
psychiatric department as the under certain conditions,
Lost-Time Accident 13
His interest in psychiatry started with
I Navy is just as concerned with get it free., His Navy patientscome L a special liberty
after nearly three years serv- chit on mind. Wisdom .
the mental health of its personnelas to him from within a wide
ice with the Navy during World with their physical health. circumference, referred by physicians with ,mouth hanging open .
South Sea
Island
War II. Before that he had beena
and the Hope of the Future .
But, like civilian communities, it in outlying fields.;' Mostly,
country doctor, with a Yale
finds itself limited by the scarcityof he from with a swab on shoulder.
medical in says, ,they are suffering
degree, practicing people trained in this field. personal problems or the stressof Dance SaturdayIn A seaman is a composite. She

Because there is no psychotic responsibility. Without psychi- has the appetite of a horse, the

Up The institution or hospital exclusivelyset atric treatment, both they and the : # St. AugustineAll digestion of a sword-swallower,

I I up for children in Florida, the Navy would be heavy losers. the lungs of ,a dictator the

LADDERI servicemen have been extended imagination of a Paul Bunyan,
'- "r""P'' : ''-- "V.'r a special invitation to( be the shyness of a violin the

I Civilians I "" ::: on hand for the big South Sea I audacity of a steel trap; the en-
\
'r ff. ;;, ; island Dance sponsored by the thusiasm of a firecracker.She .

(Weekly the Jax Air News in + J '- USO in St. Augustine Saturday, likes: liberty, leave, holidays
cooperation with the Industrial : April 21. weekends movies
:' r: ? chow, ,
Relations Department will lilt ::,' ,$ : .,'. The affair which will take swimming, and convertables.

various promotions Naval Airpersonnel Lt.'\. .\, .. \ place in the Elks Club patio on I She is not much for: duty night
>, : .
l;:
), : It:" ) Bay St., facing Mantanzas Bay, watches, inspection, taps, reveille,

On the promotion roster effec- ., ;W";:{,,.w'.:'.,Y "" <,., .. ...f jo' ." ." ,, '". ;",, will feature the Jax Navy band routine, petty officers, or barracks
tive April 8 were. 15 employees .' /<', : with dancing from 2000 to 2330. meetings.
10 from Overhaul and Repair De- :\ > <<
:l ;; < 'i.- The USO promises plenty of Nobody else is so early to rise
partment, two each from Fiscal ( without
to get
actually wanting
and ., <, ., girls from Daytona Beach, Jack-
Supply Departments, and one "" "
C: sonville and St. Augustine. up. Nobody else gets so much fun

'from Miscellaneous :- f. ': a"'' out of liberty and life in general.A .
Theme of the dance will be
Promoted at 0 &; R were Eliza- is
seaman a magical creature,
beth Hendrix, typist GS2 to clerk .. South Sea Island and beachcomber the
you can throw her out of
iGS3; Hazel Edwards, typist GS2 sarong or other appropriate
office work
but can't the
you get
costumes will be indicated.
'to fiscal accounting clerk GS3; There
done is
without her she
Charles Steinmetz, typist GS2 to + ,. will be prizes for the loudest unpolished and"sometimes reluc-
,clerk-typist GS3; Archie McClure; ": Hawaiian type shirt, prizes for
tant. But when you're worried
jguard GS3 to supervisory clerk r : ., ""',."' women's costumes, plus door pri- with
", a job that looks as though
Renee"Todd '" zes and special entertainment. A
lGS5; typist GS2 to
: it just won't meet schedule, she
lerk-typist GS3; Virginia Gilbert, ,, ""': barbecue, right at the patio, will
"" can mend like new
:: your thoughts
clerk-stenographer GS3 to clerk- '". headline the refreshments. Deco-
.j '' "
stenographer GS4. t: ,. : rations and stunts will be in with three" magic words, "Aye,
:: keeping with the Aye, Sir.
.Harold Esposito, shop planner theme. .

aircraft mechanic first step to _..,<,:<....... ... ,.0",*_.N>>*...'..,:>,N_.,.,,' '..'" ..", ". ...i' For servicemen planning to

planner and estimator first step: 100 PERCENT FOR SECURITY-The "punch" to this caption stay overnight, the USO will Training Center

James Nolting, aircraft mechanic Is not a new slogan-it means that the Security Department is the assist in finding inexpensive and

(general) third step to plannerand lone major unit to attain 100 percent participation in the Station's adequate accomodations. Personnel Review
Savings Bond Drive. William S. Harris
estimator first step; and John Capt. commanding officerof .
NAS Jar, presented the department with an appropriate "min.
Lindberg, aircraft mechanic (generalt ute man" plaque. Security employee James Hackney (right) hangs A recent survey shows that tour
third step to planner and the plaque while Captain Harris observes. The Station Is striving out of five women haters arc Saturday MorningSome

'.estimator first step. to attain 65 percent.bond participation In 1956. women. 4,000 Navy and Marine

Advanced at Fiscal Department Corps personnel of the Naval Air

were Thelma Mencner, clerk- II I Technical Center will
'Victory At Sea' Series Shown Weekly : Training

typist GS2 to fiscal accounting --- take part in a personnel inspec
clerk GS4; and Leslie Huggins, .:.-- J I tion and regimental review for
time-and leave clerk GS3 to time Weekly showings of "Victory at tionally televised and now is North", "The Conquest of Micro Rear Adm. Delbert Cornwell,

and leave supervisor GS4: at Sea" are now being conducted by available to NATTCenter. through nesia." Commander Fleet Air Jackson-
the Education and Information
Supply Department were David Training Facilities. ville, Saturday morning on the
Baggs, tabulating machine Office of NATTCenter for inter- "Melanesian Nightmare", "DDay" _
opera- drill
field.
Included in the titles are: "De
ested personnel.The 'The Blue Route"
tor GS3 to tabulating equipment "Killer It is the first inspection of NA-
operation supervisor GS4; and movies of the Navy's famous sign for 'War", "Pacific Boils and Killed" "Marianas Turkey TTCenter personnel by Admiral

Jay Ellis, supervising procurement series of World War II Over", "Scaling the Beach", "Mid- Shoot", "Two If by Sea", "Battlof e Cornwell since the change of

clerk GS5 to property and action are shown Wednesday way is East", "Mediterranean
Leyte" "Return command ceremonies last year.
Allies"
"Fu 11
mornings at 0930 in Room 244,
supply supervisor GS6. Mosaic", "Guadalcanal", ''Ring Fathom Five" "Fate Some 200 guests have been ex-
Promoted in Miscellaneous was Building 500. All interested personnel of Europe''Target .
tended invitations to the ceremony -
Around Rabaul" "Mare Nost-
Margaret Atkins, card punch are invied to attend, work Suribachi", "Road t o by C. DeLong,
Capt. Henry
.operator GS2 to time and leave permitting.The rum", "Sea & Sand", "Beneath the Mandalay", "Suicide for Glory'', NATTCenter Commanding Offi

'clerk GS3. 2 -film series has} been.na I Southern Cross", ".Magpetlc i : "Design for Beach"; cer.I .



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Planning Sharp Cuts .j


4 : r 3 In Sea Duty Assignment "


The Bureau of Personnel has
have their sea duty tours upped
revealed that certain enlisted rat-
from 36 to 42 months. And third
ings may have their sea duty requirements -
slashed. class pipe Alters will have their {t
sea duty increased from 24 to 30
The Bureau is planning sharp \
: h cuts in sea duty time for most months.. j
y chief and first class petty officer MOST OP THE RATINGS, :}

''u ratings, of from one to two years. however, including all aviation !
mk Second and third class petty offi- ratings, will have their sea duty

cers will have sea duty time cut requirements reduced. Among
by possibly six to 18 months. those which in the past have had

Even strikers will"have seaduty. to remain the longest at sea and
time reduced. will now have sea duty requirements -

At present there are up to 25,- .cut are; QMC, QMI, 2 and .
000 men on the shore duty eligibility 3; TMC, TM1, 2 and 3; IMC, IM1, -
}ist. But many shore billets 2 and 3; OMC, OMI, 2 and 3;

p* remain open; because of their location RMC, RM1, 2 and 3; MMC, 'lwU\U.

To improve the situation, 2 and 3; ENC, ENI, 2 and 3{ MRC,
BuPers is continuously reviewing MR1, 2 and 3; BTC, BT1, 2 and 3;

billets with the idea .assigning EMC, EMI, 2 and 3; ICC, IC1, 2
men ashore to billets which do and 3; MEC, MEI, 2 and 3; FPC,

JJIIAJIME MASK TE-"flow do you do" In Japanese was the greeting as two Japanese war not require, the,skills of any par- FP1, 2 and 3; DCC,,DCI, 2 and 3;
brides wet other at Naval Air Technical Training Center Jax. Left to right are CWO3 Nel- ticular rating but which can be PMC, PM1, 2 and 3; and MLC,
son Bottorff and his recent bride' the former Yae Onishi; Mrs. George Smith, and her daughter handled by any competent petty. ML1, :2 and 3.
Anna Lynn: Mlnoru Hachlya, Poi of Aviation Storekeeper School, from Karatsu; and M/Sgt George officer.
Smith. Bottorff and Smith. are Instructors at AK School.
COMPLETE DETAILS of the
.
'
sea-shore rotation plan, not yet t.,:' .
War Brides Now +
Japanese fully worked out, will be published -
i in BuPers Instruction 1306

With Hubbies At Center 20C.Not
I all ratings will profit by
,Two Japanese war brides have joined the "family" at Naval Air the new BuPers. policy; however. .
SALTY HUMOR'FROM Technical Training Center'Jax'with the recent arrival here of Mrs Boatswain's mate' ratings will A

HERE AND THERE Nelson Bottorff, bride of CW03 Nelson Bottorff, a phase officer of' continue to have 36 required dutyat k.S k..
Aviation Storekeeper School. 'sea before they can request

A frightened householder re- The other is Mrs. George Smith, shore duty. BM1, BM2 and BM3s

po'tted'to the police that he'd wife of M/Sgt. George It Smith, clearance.The couple met in Sasebo where I need 48 months at sea before getting 1
been struck down in.the dark an instructor in Aviation Store- ashore.
Mrs. Bottorff was employed by .
outside his back ,door by an un- keeper School. The Smiths have Also, first class radiomen will 4
the Bank of America and CWO .
known assailant. A young police- been married 25 months and havea .,
Bottorff was stationed at Fleet
man was sent to investigate and 16-monlh-old ,daughter, Ann ;
Activities. They were wed in the .
soon returned to headquarters Lynn. ProceduresOutlined
American Embassy at Tokyo. ,
with a lump on his forehead anda TilE BOTTORFFS were wed in
glum 'look on his face. Japan early this year after -CWO PETTY OFFICER second class .........

"I solved the case," he muttered. Bottorff flew there on 30 days Minoru Hachiya, a student in For .}
leave. However, Mrs. Bottorffs Aviation Storekeeper School now TIGERS ARRIVE-The new

"Amazingly" fast work," his superior arrival here ,was delayed t for attending Instructor TrainingSchool A3Ds heavy, Attack recently Squadron received One by

,complimented him. "How State and Navy Department, also was introduced to the (see photo Page One) have been
did you accomplish it?" Japanese brides. Hachiya, of the Civvy VotersFederal personalized by the TB tall des-
The young cop explained, "I 61 Japanese Navy, is from Karatsuon and the squadron insignia -
the Ensigns Kyushu Island, about 50 miles above. The tiger, with
stepped on rake, too. from Sasebo. complete confidence and com- ,
S employees are en- posure with a Cheshire grin '
! The group of fishermen stopped Begin AGO He is attached to Kanoya Air couraged to exercise their vot- blows a radioactive cloud Into I:
Station at Kagoshimaken. and when the sky.ATG. :
ing rights required
In at a backwood farmhouse to ,
I see if.they could buy lunch. School StudyA necessary time off from duty I
Theodore Caldwell, Roger Carl-
"Reckon said the fanner's without charge to leave is allowed 201
. so, class of ((51 junior officers this son, William Clark.A. federal employees for
wife, "effen you likes pork chopsthat's week began classes in Aviation W Closson, Jr., James De- registering and voting.
all I got"The Ground Officers School at the vcnne, Robert Doherty, Edward ReturningThis
hungry men fell to with a Naval Air Technical e Training Dwyer, William Ewing, Donald NAS Jacksonville Instruction

will and ate up the pork chops. Center with Ltjg( ) Richard Al- Franz, Gerald Frank!, John 12105.2B of May 25, 1955 outlinesthe Week

Afterwards they complimentedtheir paugh, Ensign Robert Fuchs, En- French, Charles Gatchell, James procedure for excusing em- ....
hostess'on the quality of the sign G. C. Montgomery. Gordon, Thomas Griffin, Hugo i ployees from duty without charge Flight weary but happy pilotsof
to leave for the of voting
meat. Ensigns in the eight-week Hardt, George Harrison, William purpose Air Task Group 201, flying in
"Well, I should hope so she Howell William Irwin John and registering, and is in accord-
course are: Scott Allen, Robert staggered sections, returned ta
replied, "that's none of your Anderson, Alexander Babcock, Johnson, Richard Justik, Henry ance with the policy of the De- their home base, at NAS Cecil
butchered meat. That hog died a Kammermeir Richard Karig 1 partment of the Navy in allowing
William Balogh, Robert Bilstrom, Field Monday and Tuesday, culminating
time off for voting and registerIng
natural death. Garth Bischoff, Earl Borman, James Kingland, George Koper, more than six monthsof
in those cases which can be
.0 Lloyd Brown, Ronald Brown, David Loppnow. justified. Pacific duty aboard the carrier -
Chancing to meet after many USS Bennington.

-years, two men stepped into a bar FOR EMPLOYEES in the com- The air group was originally
for a few drinks and a lot of con- muting area, time off without scheduled to fly over Cecil Fieldat
versation. One had become charge to leave will only be allowed 1300 but
Tuesday
ra plans were
wealthy and, after awhile, he if they can show that they changed at the last moment.
took his old friend out to see his tk do not have two hours prior or
t h r
'sa r Despite the upset in time, dozens ..
new mansion. One room surpassedall two; hours after work in whichto
the rest. Its walls were of glass vote. However, because here of wives), children and friends
and behind the glass were hun- a oVN in the State of Florida the 'pollsare were on hand to' greet and, wel-

dreds of brilliantly colored tropi- open from 0700 to 1900 and come home the pilots.

cal fish. since persons entering the voting AT NAS JACKSONVILLE a

Awed, but kind of foggy from u lines prior to 1900 are assured the similar, but smaller group of relatives .

the visit at the bar, the friend opportunity of casting their bal- gathered to welcome pilots
said in reply' to his host's ques- : lot, the need for excused absences of VC-62's detachment which
tion: "It's a wonderful room, but without charge to leave does not joined the air group shortly before -

that wallpaper is driving me appear to be justified. last! September.embarking for the Far East
qy
nutsl"! IN THE CASE of employeeswho
live beyond the commuting Twenty officers and 263 enlist

A local lawyer was attendinga 1 distance, regulations permit the ed men are returning by rail and
excusing without charge to leave are slated to'arrive at NAS Cecil
funeral. A friend arrived late '
and took a seat beside him, whispering not to exceed one day. In exceptional Field about 1630 tomorrow, according -
: "How far has the service cases where leave in excessOf to latest information' received -

gone?" one day may be required, such
The lawyer nodded toward the NAVY'S MOST POWERFUl-Slated for the role as the most leave when justified will be t

minister in the pulpit and said: was powerful commissioned ship afloat at Is the the New aircraft York carrier Naval USS Shipyard Saratoga last Satur-which granted and will be charged to MDB Payments Due

"He just opened the defense." day. Above Is an artist's conception of the "Sara':-60,000 tons of either: leave if available or to Mutual Death Benefit Society
1 new muscle. Topside the Saratoga resembles her sister ship, the leave without pay. members are reminded that as.-
"Mummy" asked the boy Forrestal, but below decks It's a different story. Turbines to op- Employees who feel that time sessment No. 59 is due by April
little ,
,. erate at higher temperatures and steam pressures will develop
"how long has it been since Daddy more shaft horsepower than any vessel ever before built by the off from duty is necessary for 20 and assessment ,No. 60 is due
died?" Navy. Improved quarters will provide a home afloat for a crew of I them to excercise their right to by April 27. Assessment No. 60
"He didn't die darling," his 3,000. An air-conditioning system capable of servicing two Empire i vote or register, should submit Is separate and will not be accepted -
State Buildings will cool living spaces and most working areas such through regular jointly with
requests
mother sighed, "he has J just taken aboard. The new "Sara" Is the sixth ship to bear the name. The assessmentNo.
up golf. I fifth, and most famous, was WWII aircraft carrier. i leave channels. 59.



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BriefsNavy
ComFalrJax and VA 172's
N. R. Dumond 552 J. F. Teske always
Bluebolts held onto the top spots ; Journalists are
in their respective divisions this 502; K. R. Giles, 544; R J. Rogers sticking their necks out in printor

59 J. F. Onstptt 506 E. S. Mc- radio TV shows
+
week, and the Fleet Air team ran ; ; 7n 7 / on or so weweren't

i its lead over the American divi- Creary, 540; and M. D. Hesse, 545. '4 ,, too surprised: the other

Current .y :t day when the Air News was,
sion to 22 points, or 11 games, standings: w .
and a season's record of 573. Team W L Pet. Y" promptly Informed that Com-

YC-62 moved past skidding Accessories 55 29 .655 : nsyY talrJax, small though it may be, ,

r I 'VF-22 into the runner-up spot in Assembly 53 31 .631 "; ;:' Y can be considered a strong candi- -
"
It the National division, and the Production Plan. 49% 34% .589 '; date for the Ironman Trophy'

Fighter Squardron 22 club drop- Planning No. 1 48 36 .571 championship.The .

ped into a third place tie with Planning No. 2 47% 36% .565 i reason for such a claim, Is

Fawn 6. Cowling Shop 46 38 .548 S 1 that the Fleet Air unit already
\
Electric Shop 45 39 .536 .w.41. possesses an excellent bowling "
The of
standings, as Tuesday
Supply 43% 40% .518 earn, currently running first in
(AJ*.), April 17:
Metals Division 43% 40% .518 Its division of the Mainside Lea-

AMERICAN Machinists 43 41 .512 gue. And they also hope to field

Team W L PCT Emergency Rep. 38 46 .452 their perennially'strong golf: team

ComFairJax 57 3 .950 Engineering 37 47 .440 in the upcoming season with high

Supply 46 14 .767 Power Plant 35% 48% .423 hopes of another "first". ..
FAW-11 39 21 .650 ",py;
Mast. fc Fore. 33 51 .393 : : The question mark to the whole
Personnel 37 23 .617 Metals No. 2 30% 52% 463
S 4 thing, lies in the success of the
Boathouse 35 25 .583 f ,
Ground Check 25 59 .298 ComFairJaz softball team it's
;
Electronics 35 25 .583 s
*
there that the fingers are crossed.
O & R 34 26 .567
With 14 bowlers soaring over Well, who knows? It could h8p-
NAMTD 30 26 .536
the 200 mark, pins were flying-to pen,4 -
Special Services 29 27 .518
the NATTCenter intramural lea- .
Dispensary 30 34 .469
last week like seagulls in a
gue the VF-173
Waves 8 44 .154 Anyone visiting vs.

Public Works 8 52 .133 strong wind. Jim Sauers of NA- HOT PUTTERS-Three Aviation Electrician's Mate School VW-4 practice softball game last

NARTU 0 64 .000 WS-2 led the parade with a 237 golfers keep their putters warm for the 36-hole NATTCenter golf Thursday afternoon on the Enter- .
and a 588 series to keep up his tournament which ends Sunday. Left to light are Art Kenfield, prise diamond would have
NATIONAL. Larry Heron and Hugh Pearson. '
181
average. thought that a championship of at
Team W L PCT
Tom Tierney of Aviation Store- least national proportions, was at
VA-172 Bluebolts 50 10 .833
VC-62 49 15 .766 keepers rolled a,224 for a 555 set Outlook Not BrightFor stake. Players of both teams -

while Harry Beaumont continuedto seemed to be entering into the
VF-22 42 18 .700
pace the leagueleading NA- fray with than
pre-season more
Fasron 6 42 18 .700
WS-l's with a 212 and a 556 set. Crackerjax Nine the usual amount of fire and de-
VAH-1 42 22 .656
le also holds a 556 average. termination.
VA-44 36 24 .600 ,
Communications 35 25 .583 Other 200 bowlers were Steve The future revealed long and rugged practice sessions for the After several minor rhubarbsand

VP-16 19 37 .339 Varnes, Bob Bohnstengel, Ed Station Crackerjax softball team as a result of the 20-9 defeat I one near brawl had occurred,
White, Dick Graham, Les Gra p-
VF-43 19 41 ..317VA172 suffered by the locals at the hands of the Pensacola Gossettes in one spectator was moved to comment -
man, Nelson Bottorff, Don Ellis, last "Wowl! If they play this
Holshots 19 41 .317 a practice encounter weekend. ;
Earl Mitchell, Dan Horn and Bill
VW-4 18 42 .300 hard in the practice games, we
Due to the opening of an early
Fuller. mond and several other tentativetilts
dandies after
to
VA-175 13 43 .232 it decided by the ought see some
was
NAWS-3 gained the spotlight season with city league opponentsare the !"
VF-173 4 52 .071 season opens
coaches of the Pensacola team and
as they rolled a 909 game against scheduled prior to opening of
.
It was'a good week for individual the Crackerjax that only one
the Storekeepers'to: win a 3.1 de the Jacksonville women's softball
performances in the Main- game would be played and it One of the Station's oldest esta-
cision. AGO took the measure of league.
side loop as 17 circuit keglers would be a trial encounter. blished bowling leagues, the NAS
ANP-1 with a 4-0 count. The los- Next military opposition for the
topped the 500 set mark, and PLAYERS WERE shifted from O & R loop, will have its 12th an-
without the services of
ers were Crackerjax will be next weekend,
two of the rolled nual about the middle of
even banquet
group position to position in an effort to
Fred Daly and Francis Green- April 26, when the Waves travel ,
scores over 600. The highest score determine which slot each playerwas next month. The 16-team circuitwas
wood who arc at Parris Island to Keesler Air Force Base to playa
of the week was turned in by for the All-Marine tournament.The best suited for, and all four highly-rated Waf begun the same year the Station -
squad.
Comdr. Max Replogle of Fasron 6 .,of the Crackerjax chuckers saw was commissioned 1941.

who blasted out a 608 set which standings: action throughout the seven inn. .

included games of 210, 211 and Team W L Pct. ing ball Seventeen free
NA WS-l 77 3 .963 game. Boys' Baseball Coach Carlton Smith of Admi- ..

187.Also AO School 56 28 .667 passes were issued by the Jax nistration in the NATTCenter

topping the six century ANP-l 50 30 .625 Waves as the local belles couldn'tseem Camp To Begin Softball intramural league is bid-

s figure was A. F. Feller of VC-62 AK School 50 34 .595 to find the plate. ding high with his sluggers lie

who scored games of 236, 168 and NAWS-3 U 38 .525 With city league scheduled to Here Saturday has entered a team, consisting

201 in tallying a 605 set. Another play on Monday 22 at mostly of his Feather Merchants,
NAWS-2 39 41 .488 open April The first session of the Jax
236 game went to Alan Brooking SuppServ 34 38 .472 Brentwood field, the girlsinbluewill Navy Fliers' baseball school in the Jax Commercial League
of. VA-44 in a 544-sct showing. under the of Harold Van-
ANP-2 17 59 .224 use the extra week's practicefor will be held Saturday morning name

Other top showings of the week AE School 9 11 .113 strengthening some of the at Mason Field from 0930 until derbilt Lounge.
included respective 542 and 553! weaker
Carmine Marinelll and positions according to 1130 for the 12-14 yearoldsons This is the second team from
sets by
coach Matt
Clarence Biggerstaff, both of, Pistolmen ScoreIn Kurilich. of Navy dependents.NAS NATTCenter to enter the Com-

Communications, 532 and 527 sets TilE WAVES' COMBINE met Jacksonville, NAS Cecil mercial circuit and create good

by Earl Blackstock and Bill Gil- State Farm from Jacksonville ina Field and Green Cove public relation; with Jacksonvillefolks.
Jax ActionDespite
len of VC-62, and a 519 by Cla- practice game Wednesdaynight Springs' boys are invited to at- Frank Fosbenner's NATT

of 0 & R. the of tend. Center team of sailors and ma-
rence Hennings handicap strong
at 2030 on Murray 11111 dia-
winds, members of the Jax Navy; rines also is competing.

Pistol Club shared the victor's .
Four of the NAS O&R Loop'sfirst

five teams got back on the spotlight at the Jacksonville Police "Step in, Mickey, we need you."

win trail this week, and only Pistol Club's monthly match. Tennis Team Hurting; So Coach Bob Perkins of the

.. Planning No. 2 received a setback. last Sunday. Jax Navy boxing team asked

The loss dropped the skidding The nine Jax participants were Marine Mickey King, his trainer,

Planners into fifth place, a sad led by John Lepley who scoreda Stalwarts Exiting to take up the padded mitts in

state of affairs for the club which triple-win for the day's efforts the recent 6ND ring tournamentat

held a stranglehold over the rest winning third place and high _
Memphis.
Beset by personnel problems,
of the league most of the season. timed fire medals in the Sharp- lost %-4, to the Beachmen last I
the Jax Navy tennis team facesa King won his first bout despitea
The week's results were: Pro- shooters class and a high rapid Sunday on their courts.
full slate of activity this weekend broken hand in the. second
Power fire medal in the Expert division.
duction Planning over
meeting Stetson Universityof The only Navy netter to win a i round, and was barely decisioncd
Plant, 3-0; Supply over Machinists Following closely behind were .
Deland here Saturday and the singles match was Jack Candland, in the finals for the 6ND title,
2-1 Masters & Foremen over Viregido dc La Cruz and B. J.
; who also I
teamed with
Jax Beach tennis club team Sun-- Dave still nursing an injured digit.
Planning No. 2, 2-1; Planning No. Maxik, both'finishing with doubles day. Schultz to win one of the two I

lover. Metals No. Two.. 2-1:. de La Cruz won a first place double matches played for the From trainer to boxer in one.
Ground Check over Cowling and high rapid fire medals in the Both matches will be played on Fliers' other quick jump, especially in the

Shep, 2-1; Accessories over Me- Masters while Maxik took first I the 5th and Terry Street courts, point. heavyweight division, is an accomplishment -

tals Division, 2-1; Emergency Re- place and high rapid fire medalsin and the probable starting time for Results of the match included: for anyone.

pair over Engineering, 2-1; and the Master class and second I both days is 1300. Tommy Thompson (Beach) deft .

Assembly over Electric Shop, 2-1.: place Sharpshooter.Other But the local team's most immediate Leon Wilson (Navy), 6-1, 6-4: Two Navy CPU's v %.o are well

Nine bowlers registered 500- awards won by Stationmen problem is a lack of per- Candland (Navy) def. L. L. Lloyd known for their skill on the Sta-

for the week and sonnel caused by several trans- (Beach), 6-3 and 6-2; Crane
., plus scores another included Ralph Allen's Master tion links were starting to make
record fers of key team members. No. 1 Jones (Beach) def. Dave Schultz
" new individual was Class medal in slow fire. a name for themselves in down-
I"" set when A. J. Quagliano whipped A local club match is scheduledfor man Leon Wilson is leaving the (Navy), 6-4 and 7-5; and J. A. town Jacksonville last week. Lou

.\ strikes in register- end of this month, and George McDonald (Beach) def. Jim
eight
through Saturday, April 21. at 1100 on Chaff and Joe MacDonald posteda
253 His .high was Range. Woods has already been trans- Brown (Navy), 6-1 and 60. best
ing a game. new the Jacksonville Police ball score of 69 in the open-

...." rolled during a three-game out- The range is located just south of ferred to Glenview, IlL Doubles play: Thompson-Mc ing qualifying round to move into

, burst of 551. Imeson Airport and the meet :is Sunday's match with i the Donald def. Wilson-Brown, 6-0 contention for top honors in the

; Other over 506 scores were open to all interested plstoleers Jax Beach team will be a return and 6-2; and Candland-Schultz first annual Hyde Park four-ball

:i, turned in by J. C. Burton, 556; beginners or seasoned affair, the Fliers having dcf Lloyd-Jono, 6-2 and C-4. 'h'\mp onllh'".



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19 April 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


Fliers Face Fla. r Wild Scoring Features


Frosh Here Next;


Record Now 4-4 Mainside IM Openers '


It's four games in the next five The Mainside intramural softball league opened Tuesday after-

days for the Jax Navy Fliers, as noon amidst a rash of wild, free-scoring contests that were decided
the local baseballers first open a : : r Almost entirely by double-digit figures.

two-game home stand against the t4.i Beginning on a near-perfect day ron tallied nine times to overcome I

Florida State University freshmen for diamond play, the loop witnessed an 11.7 deficit In spite of the I
team tomorrow and then take to
such action-packed tilts as
pitcher J. E. Wood went all
__ score, ,
the road for a pair of tilts with
Fasron 109's 16-13 win over VF-
the way for the winners and was
The Citadel Monday and Tuesday.
173, Communications' 11-10 vic- tagged for the loss.
Starting time for tomorrow's tory over VP-16, and VA-175's LENTINE COLLECTED three

game is 1600, with lefthander Jim 13-9 decision over VA-171 in a hits in five trips, Connell three

Boroff nominated to handle the slugfest that went into eight innings for four, and Goll belted one circuit -
mound-chores. On Saturday the .
clout and a single in four
Fliers go to the post at 1430 with IN OTHER GAMES, Hospital journeys to the plate.

Ron Syme getting the hurling assignment racked up an 8-0 shutout over VAIM tallied six markers in

S'1 t X, '' "**"%>.; ? VA-172, VW-4 ground out a 13-5 the Opening stanza and coasted
.
1"'I\ Vs \: ,-V:;.; V \;; :: > \!",JSfr-':>,;;;;':;%\ ,;;, ,,': The team has been idle sincean rallied to beat Supply, 19-8, and handily behind the hurling of
SAFE AT
THIRD-Second baseman John Zaletel of VW-4 is
April 11 clash with Florida U.'s laying down his own private smoke screen as he slides into third VC-62 massacred Fasron 6, 20-2. Ray Meadows who went the dis-
"B" team which netted Jax Navyan past Bill Delaney, third baseman for VF-173. This bit of action The VF-173-Fasron 109 battle tance.
8-0 shutout win. Syme went occurred in the early innings of a practice softball contest between was finally decided in the seventh VW-4 raced off to a 9-2 lead
the full route for the local squad I the two squadrons in a warm-up far the Mainside Softball League inning when the Service Squad-
over Personnel the
which opened this week. VW-4 won this one, 54. on Hospital
and effectively served up a total diamond and was never"in trou-
of only three hits, two of which
: ble despite some late inning
came in the eighth inning but did AK, AE, AN-P scores by the losers.

no damage The VA-171 vs. VA-175 clash

The Fliers backed Syme with Win Openers was one of the better games of

eight runs on a like number of the day, although the issue was

hits, tallying once in the third, Behind the two-hit pitching of w r., decided in extra frames on a
twice in the fourth and breaking Johnny'Schifano, Aviation Store- rw fielding error that allowed the

loose for five markers in the keepers won their opening game 9 winners to collect four big runs,

seventh. from Aviation Electricians Voltas, John Whealy went all the way on

Coach Frank McCaffrey still insists : 13-4, as the NATTCenter softball the mound for VF-171 and was

he needs a couple of right- league opened on Monday.In assisted by some timely battingby

hand pitchers to help him over the the other two games played, Manny Lentine, Ed Connell

long schedule and urges anyone Aviation Electrician Sparkles, I Jax Pair Bows In Finals and Otto Goll.Thompson. .

who might qualify to ,come out four times league champs, won .

and give the club some help. their opener from NavAir Weaps, I I Takes LeadIn

10-5, and Airman Preps downed

The ball club takes to the road MarAvDet, 6-5. Of Eastern Mitt TourneyTwo ComFairJax Golf .

Monday for a pair of games with A three-run homer by Arnie I Al Thompson had a three- t
members of Jax Navy's Sixth Naval District boxing
collegians from The Citadel, with Harris led the Storekeepers to repre- I stroke lead the
over rest of the
their into the finals of the All East-
Navy
sentatives scrapped way
Frank Jankunis and Bob Taylor, victory. Acie Rhodes cracked field in the ComFairJax staff
*" ern Tourney at Newport, R. I., last week before being eliminated. I golf
to do the hurling. Both Jankunisand double for the winners. tourney this week, with only a .
Taylor won their last out The two fighters, Bill Wallickof ND. All other members of the few 72-hole medal totals ouN

ings in two games against Pine- NAAS Sanford and 125-pound 6ND team moved on into Thursday's standing.

castle AFB. ANrP.NAWSWjn Bruce Davis of NAS Glynco, were semi-final bouts on byes. Thompson fired a gross of 397
the last survivors of Coach BobPerkins'
The probable lineup for to The Sixth Naval District rep- which fell off to a net of 296 -
morrow's game with FSU in- In Badminton 10-man squad. Two other resentatives won two of their with a handicap of 101 strokes
teammembers Marines Rudy Lara
cludes Jim over the four 18-hole rounds. Ha
Basiliere, catcher; three afternoon clashes on Thursday -
Both Airman School and Naval and John Williams, were declared
Hank Moyer, Ib; Mel Young, 2b; when Davis downed King is three strokes up over George
Andy Campbell, 3b; Pete Pem- Air Weapons System School won ineligible for the Navy tourna- Craig of the Fifth NavDist on a Johnson and John Burhans who
ment when it was learned they
berton, ss; Ray Winstead, If; Jerry their matches as the NATTCenter split decision and Wallick, who are currently tied'for second with
in the
to
would have 'compete
Harvey, cf; and Ray Hayes, rf. badminton doubles ]league opened Marines' boxing had boxed as a member of JaxNavy's identical 299's.Comdr .
Jax Navy vs. Florida U. "B" program. team in the 6ND tourneyat Don Hardy is fourth
week.
line score:' this ,WALLICK WAS beaten on a Memphis, outpunched the First with a 301 net score after firinga

JAX. NAVY 001 205 000 8 The preps defeated Aviation unanimous decision by Phil Ness Naval District's Chuck Martin on 345 the best gross score of
of the 9th Naval District in the the tourney thus far. Following
Syme and Basiliere. Storekeepers, 2-0, and the Missle- a unanimous verdict.
178-pound windup match, and Davis Hardy are Comdr. J. R. Dierker
FLORIDA U. 000 000 000 -0 men downed the AGO Ensigns, The afternoon's lone loss was
lost out to Bob Nichels of the and Ray Lariviere with 302's
Williams chalked to V. L. of ;
and Norville. up Mauney
2-0. Atlantic Fleet club in the 125- Memphis who Chuck Schoder, 303; Ed Fenton, .
was beaten on a
Results: Jim Bertolino and pound final. Nichels was' the All- unanimous decision An- 309; Len Curtis, 318; and Bob:

John Burner, AN-P, defeated La- Navy champion in his class in drews of LantFlt. by Roy Clarke, 328.
SPORTS .
1953. .
vern Larson and Laverne Towle, The 6ND's chances diminished
The LantFlt team won the un-
SCHEDULE AK, 21-3, 213. Leo Roux and Al official team title, placing five considerably that same evening

Witt, AN-P, defeated John Russo champions in the ten weight di- when three more squad members .16 Teams Enter

'(For Week of April 19-25) and Frank Collins, AK, 21-3, 21-3. visions. All of the finalists will went down swinging, all of them tftl
Links
losing to Atlantic Fleet boxers. LoopAt
Baseball: Jax Fliers'vs. Florida Steve Varnes and Norbert remain ih Newport for the All

State U. "B" team here, April 20- Johnson, NAWS defeated Bob Navy tournament which begins CIIICO SEGURA downed Memphis' Mainside
J. R. Caio on a split decision
21; Fliers vs. The Citadel, there, Penny and Al Babcock, AGO, 21- today. ;
April 23-24. 2, 218. Ben Rotter and Irv Bott-: Rip Collins, 139-pound battler Floyd Dawkins of NAS Jax was Sixteen Mainside activities

Golf: Jax Fliers at Robins hof, NAWS, defeated Jim Disney from Cecil Field, opened the action tagged for a TKO at 2:19: of the announced Tuesday they would

AFB, April 24; NATTCenter Golf and Dave Loppnow, AGO, 21-5, for the 6ND squad on Tues- third round by Tabby Lee in a field golf teams in the forth-
Tourney finals to be completedby 213. day night, losing out to J. C. 132-pound bout; and HeavyweightRoy coming intramural season, be-
April 22. Hughes of LantFlt. Louson won a unanimous decision ginning approximately April

Tennis: Jax Fliers at StetsonU. A town is really small when JAX'S OTHER entry In the 139 over Charles Crenshaw of 30.

., 1330, Apr1121. they have to widen the main class was Walter Lee of Memphiswho Memphis in a battle of the giants. Deadline for entries in the

Softball: Crackerjax vs. Pensa- street to put the white line down I lost a split decision the next Both Lee and Louson went: on loop is tomorrow afternoon at

cola Gossettes, here, April 20. the middle. evening to Oliver Maxwell of 5 to win Eastern titles,. Louson suc- 1600.,
cessfully defending the crown he Slated to enter the leagueare

Meets Glass-Chaff Winner won while becoming All -Navy : VA-44, Fasron 109, NAR-
Scarbrough champion in 1955. TU, VP-16, Marines, VP-18,
I ComFairJax, Fasron 6, VAH-1,

For Station Links Championship- Three Share Honors ations Hospital, NAMTD, Supply,, VC-62 Administration Oper--

seems Battlin'to Bill make Scarbrough winning, look who Lcs Platt reached the finals of and lower brackets, and finalists i In Blind Bogey Play and VA-172.
win their bracket titles The 16-team loop will oper-
In must first
Flight One with a 1-up victory
easier than losing, Was ready for Three linksmen took top
ate in division round
into the fi- one on a
before moving flight
19 holes over Comdr. J. R. John-
the honors in
finals of the All-Station Golf the weekly Blind Bogey robin basis and all matches
I chamionship this weekend after son, but he has to wait for his nal.In contest on the Station greens will be ,
played
on Monday,
finishing} off his semi-final oppo- opponent to work through the upper bracket semi-final Saturday, winning when their Wednesday, and Friday after-
net and Jar Flier teammate, quarter-final and semi-final matches, Steve Biltz downed parlayed handicaps and 18-hole noons.

Chuck Summit. rounds.In Keith Christensen n d Fred totals lit on the lucky figure of 79. Team members must submit

While Scarbrough was waiting Second Flight play, Bill Woodward stopped Dick Lieur- I The trio: Bill Winslow, Damon three 18-hole qualifying scores,
around for the championshipmatch Lyons defeated Pete Gushanas, ance 3 and 2. Meanwhile, the I Bernard and Dick Lieurance," or six 9-hole totals, to league
Lou Chaff and Don Glass 1-up, to reach the finals, and he'll lower bracket toga was won by bested a field of some 35 Bogey officials before formal play
were due to square off this weekin meet the winner of the Roy Reed Frank Richards who was victorious battlers in the event and captured starts for determination'
the other championship flight vs. Tom Hombuckle semi-final over W. T. Chaffin, 1-up. merchandise prizes.
handicaps; the handicaps will
I Richards will meet the Biltz- .
semi-final bout.. clash for the crown. adjusted the'season
as pro-
OTHER GOLFERS were work- I LARGEST OF ALL flights, the Woodward winner for the Third I. Two finishes for automobiles gresses.I .

ing toward the lower flight titles; Third Flight is divided into upper Flight championship. lacquer and liquor.

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JAX AIR NEWS 19 April 1956


; f Factors Cited In Upswing r rg



I Of Supply's Local PurchasesCharge :,


accounts, cash purchases and quick pick-up and delivery Mr
h service are cited by Capt. James J. McKlnstry, NAS Supply t

Officer, among the major reasons for a 25 per cent upswing over F
last year in the number of purchases made locally by NAs Jack- t
tonvillc. *
Y Tt
Some of the faster purchasing \ ,, z 1L
procedures authorized for local purchases and pays the vendor on

purchases are conducted by W.'O. the spot.

Kimble, one of the department's Last month 921 small, purchases -

agents who operates from the were made in this way. .
Public Works shop stores. Orders All other purchases which must Y +li

t.. are placed by telephone to any of be made ,from out of- town \ ?
;4 37 'different vendors for off-the- sources, and which must go u uM ..,, i '

shelf items required for immediate through the formal advertisingand DIRECT LINE-Small dollar-

': delivery. Simple charge accounts building processes, are handled ,, value purchases at Supply are
and a monthly billing ser in Building 110 and constitute made by bids obtained from local

! vice avoid the time-consuming the backbone of the pur- Ernest vendors Robinson over the telephone.

handling of stub requisitions chasing operation. The compe : a; 1ti; ), '" similar to those used uses by a headset regular

..... through the regular supply channels tence of this purchasing organization OPENING BIDS Bids received telephone: operators, In order tominimize
by Procurement Branch of
b' for this type of material, Mc was, commended by Con Control division of Supply Department are opened and read by fatigue.
r t I Kinstry said."Sometimes. gressman A. J. Multer (D-NY) Floyd Barnes Jr. (right), purchase section supervisor, as Ruth .
, ," he added, "we when he inspected the procure- Crosier (center) abstracts the. bids for public inspection. The
.n : use cash to downtown and ment operations in the Jacksonville bids are reviewed for alterations and modifications by bidders by CLASSIFrElJI
go
'. Shirley Collier .
(left
) An average of 1.5 bid openings are performed
\ area early this month. each work day
covered I FOR RENT

with the vendors." Furn. rm. in priv. home. Five

A ready supply of small cash is Every Employee Should Know Points, 1523 Oak' St 'EL 56259.

kept available for such purposes 2 rm. furn. apt., $45. 2816 ,Har-
in the main Supply Building. ward Ave. Bosworth..
\ Moreover the Department maintains About Compensation Actarticles y. 3' rm. furn. at. 739 S. McDuff Ave.

I an office in the Shore Pa- Allen.

trol headquarters where John W. (This i is the first In a aeries of < on the Federal Employees' Upper turn apt. $62.50. 2751 Post
Welch, Supply's downtown cash Compensation Act, with which al tl l employees should be familiar.) St Inquire downstairs. Hall.Furn. .

purchasing agent, arranges for I What Is The Federal Emplojees' visor. Make sure you report any gar. apt. 2584 College. $60.

pick-up and delivery of small I Compensation Act: ?-The FederalEmployees' injury immediately to your supervisor ..ia. EV 87824or Ext. .832{. Mc-
Compensation Act is ; that you obtain first-aid Duffie.

Scouting Squadrons a law to provide compensationfor at once ,and where, he tells you; 2, bdrm. furn. cottage. $50. Iron
disability and death and full
and
complete the
necessary report Kettle Trailer Pk. CO 4-4061,
medical care for civilian : >: g
(Continued from Page 3) employees forms for making a written Bradley. '

AM3; and Jesse Clark, AM3. including civilian officers report of your injury promptly.
of the United States Government, .- 2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75.. 2580:
Also Ronald Glover, AM3; who suffer Injuries due to the Suppose I Have A Minor Acci- ,, Riverside Ave. EV 8-7904 (after

James Cherry, Jr., A03; Hugh performance of their duties. dent At Work, Say A Scratched' 1800)). Cow rt.
Chitwood, A03; William Debruhl, I Finger, Or Bump My Knee, Is It I }< IM' 1IIi"1' :-_ Business women to share 2 bdrm.
A03 Alan Hahn AT3 John Bet-' The Act has provided relief for Necessary To
; ; Report It?-Yes. Re- NEW METHOD FOR PAPERWORK apt. 2580 Riverside Ave. $50.
tencourt, J., YN3; and David A. injured Federal employees for port all injuries. Too often so- _. Bessie Pearl Green EV 8-7904 (after 1800)). Cowart.
Pillsbury, YN3. more than 33 years, ever since its called minor injuries develop into employed In the procurementbranch 2 bdrm. unfurn. 3690
apt. Riverside
of Control
i t enactment September 7, 1916. serious conditions. It is importantthat Division anlelectric
Ave.
uses a mechanical collator EV 95913. Besse.
V A-45 Commencing November 1, 1949 it you and your family be pro- stapler these* days to 2 bdrm. furn. apt 217 Stowe St.
Reporting to The "Blackbirds" affords greatly liberalized bene tected Ask yourIUpervisor for assemble an In'YltatloD'forbhk.The \
Orange Pk. CO: 4-833T.
during the past two weeks were fits. The Act is in effect a valuable forms on which to make this report machine replaces the-, old furn. Saucer.,
Lge.
rm. 2312 College St
manual assembling which took
three new pilots from the training insurance program which Complete these promptlyand 3
months
I two employees three times free rent in exchange'
command, Ltjg's) Theodore every Federal officer and em- give them to your supervisoror longer to get ,the same results. for care of cat. Small priv. apt
Morton, Francis Kuntz and En- ployee should understand and ap the Medical Officer. 3859 Herschell St. Clark.

sign John HerteL preciate. What Are The, Basle Medical 300 l\len-

The welcome mat was also laid If I Am Injured At Work, What Rights I Have Under The Act?- : 3 bdrm. hse.FOR SALE
out for William Riley, AA; Harry Must I Do In Order To Be Eligible If the injury was sustained at (ConUnued from Page 1)) Lexington Lakeshore, 5052
Ave.
Conklin, Jr, AA; Robert Tierney,, To Receive The Benefits Of work you are entitled to first-aid hour-long variety show staged by Gates. EV' 71339.
AA; James Silberer, HM1 Larry and full medical care for the ef .
; This Act?-When injured at work local civilian and Navy talent. 2 bdrm. C. B. unfurn.
Jones, AA; Burl Burch, AMAA fects of your injury including hse. $350
;; you must follow the rules and The Navy provides transportationfor dwn. 2916 Brackridge Blvd. EX
Walter Phillips, AMAN; Jesse regulations of the Bureau of Em- hospitalization, without cost. You personnel to and from the 8-4302 FL
or 99976.
Davis.
Haynes, AMAA; and Neale Hood, ployees' Compensation, Department must use the Government medical hotel, and advises that the uni 2 bdrm. hse. Venetia Terrace

ADAN. of Labor, Washington, D. C. facilities and designated private form will be "UniformoftheDay. 5211 Helm Ave. ,
Equity, $49 mo.
One of VA-45's oldtimers was The exact procedure to be followed physicians provided, and wher ." EV 74837. Hunt
recently released from active ever they are not available the affair
the
is available from your super- Commending Capt. 3 bdrm. hse. Gar. Nr NAS
duty. He was Ltjg( ) Glenn Petty Medical Officer will make other William S. Harris, commanding Cecil. or
who will resume his schooling at arrangements to see that re $55 mo. 4542 Blount Ave.
you officer NAS, Jax, said that he Ext. 649. Arnold.
the University of Texas. ceive the care you require. Request considers it an excellent public 5 rm. hse. 6021
Savre Dr.
Assuming the billet of VA-45's your superviso( for medical relations opportunity for the Venetia
Terrace.
Air Intelligence Officer is Ensign care promptly. Navy, "one that will increase the field. EV 41495. Cam-
.
Henry .Harlamert who reported Explain The Basic Financial
naval
friendship enjoyed by personnel -
3 bdrm.
hse. G. I.
equity $70
from Air Intelligence Benefits Provided By The Act.- and the citizens of the mo.
Murray Hill
School at NAS Norfolk. Any loss of wages or wage-earn Jacksonville area"Kickoff EV 93215. Noce., 5223 Redrac St.

The recent all hands party held ing capacity due to disability .
2 bdrm. hse. :
by VA-45 proved a howling sue from the work injury entitles you Lge gar. $6000 total

cess. The traditional officer-en to monetary benefits at the rate April 26 Kibby.6105 Hyram Ave., Wesconnett.

listed Softball game ended with of 66-2/3% of your salary or
the enlisted men leading 10 to 8. ,wage loss if you have no depend 3 bdrm. hse. Venetia Terrace, 5103
For T'stmastersSpeech' Banshee Ave.
CO
45432.
Congratulations are in order tall ents. The rate of compensation is Thom<
son.
personnel from VA-45 who increased to 75% for periods during
2 bdrm. C.: B. hse.
Cash
Series equity,
were advanced in rate April 1'6. which you have one or more
$49 mo. 5255 Camille Ave.
EV
Advanced
to the indicated rate dependents recognized in disabil-

were: Roger McNay, YN1; Vm ity cases include a wife, wholly Are you troubled with fear, 40'98680.2 bdrm.Roberts.
cent Medaglia, A02; Irvin Free- G dependent husband, unmarried what to say, how to say it, or how EV house trailer. $3500.

man, AD3; Robert Monse, AD3; : M .,M child under 18 years of age, anda to lead? 84422. 'Parker.
.< William Wright, AD3; William wholly dependent parent. Compensation Officers can learn-for them- MISCELLANEOUSRide
McKnight, AD3, and Russel A b for temporary total selves how others have solved wanted from Riverside' and
Welch, AK3. disability begins after you have these problems by joining in the Copeland to NATTCenter. Hrs.

Also John Powers, AM3; used any annual or sick leave course on the art of speaking conducted 0730 -' 1610. Ext. 8367 or EV

William Rockett, AM3; Walter you may elect to take during the by the Jax Navy Toast- 83598. Stovall.

'j Graves, A03; James Gray, AT3; disability period. Where disability masters Club. Riders wanted from Orange Pk.
: George Mullen, AT3, and Johr lasts less than 22 days follow- The club'' is offering a series of vicinity. Hrs 0730 1600. Ext.
\;; Socorro, PN3. ing such leave, the payment com- eight courses running from May 323 or 293.. Weathers.

, i > ?: mences on the fourth day after 3 through August 9. A kickoff Ride wanted' to NATTCenter
g, pay ceases. enrollment luncheon will ,be held from Stockton St lire 0730 _
WEATHER OUTLOOK r (Continued Next Week) April 26 at the Officers' Club. J. 1610. Ext. 547. Hamilton

I Friday Partly cloudy with doll LUCKY-face television JOI Apparently actress Jot > Frank Rushton, prominent! Jax Anyone interested in joining a
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