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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MORE DEEP FREEZE WORK Overhaul and Repair Department at NAS Jar Is busy re-
modifying four Navy R4Ds (commercial type aircraft) for another Deepfreeze expedition trip to the
Antarctic. The two R4Ds above, minus their noses, are being equipped with special nose for mounting .
radar gear. Remodification is expected to be completed August 1. Jax O&R also worked on the
original .R4Ds which made the trip to the Antarctic last fall t
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DEEP FREEZE HELICOPTERS Technicians check the
work being: done on one of three IIOiF-3 helicopters at the
O & R shops here as they are being readied for another phase JS
of Operation Deepfreeze to the Antarctic. II. C. Capell!!, (left), J11X :
aviation mechanic general, checks the main transmission, while '
Sheldon Ackerly, (right), aviation mechanic adjusts radio ap
paratus. These are the same helicopters which were outfitted for &5&& a** -
the first phase of Deepfreeze.Deepfreeze.

VOL-14 No. 5 U S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo.. 26 April 1956

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Return To O&R HereAircraft Chief An Indian, N;:.: ::,

Is Mali SecondEver lMI.
which had participated the first phase of Operation ri
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Deepfreeze, and which were originally outfitted and equipped at hear of a Chief who < ::

NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department last May, are back was an aviation mech second ,,.; .... : .".....'
again undergoing remodification for the second phase of the oper- class? .
ation which next November. ....
begins f e'a William L. Chief of At- a ....' '. ,

Four R4Ds, commercial type fuel and, personnel transports.In tack Squadron .44 at NAS Jax,
transports and three HO4F-3 hel who is veteran of eight
a
addition to being equippedto years ....... .-- .
icopters are now in the O&R withstand the rigors of the service. 4,'

,hops being re-equipped for their cold Antarctic, which hits 60 'degrees He is also 50 percent Indian, !tn.n. .>: a r
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second trip to the Antarctic. below zero, and installationof a member of the Sioux tribe. A ; .

THE FOUR R4Ds are being special equipment for the comfort native of Pine Ridge, South A I.. ... 4'

overhauled and outfitted to con- of crewmen the R4Ds are Dakota he enlisted at Rapid '

form with a change of mission undergoing several new changes. City, S. D.

this time. Equipped for and used NOSES OF THE PLANE are A veteran of Korean action,

mostly for photographic purposesin being remodified and replaced Chief, who barely makes the %

the first phase, the R4Ds will with plastic noses containing radar Navy's minimum height at five h t ( .
this time be designed as cargo, gear. The aircraft will be designed feet, saw duty aboard the air.
here to carry 11,000 gal craft carriers USS Essex and

lons of gas to better refuel vehicles Valley Forge. .. __.......__..... T."..".,_,_ .,.....,,__
Chest XraysBegun while operating in the Ant- MAN OF THE MONTH Honors as Fasron 109's "Man of the ,
arc tic. Intensive navigational Month" fell to Donald Craddock, AD3, who is congratulated by
equipment is being installed and Next>
all equipment is being winterized.The Mumfordville, Ky., Craddock, was highly recommended by his
ForCivilians skis which Slated For May 5 division officer. Craddock, who plans to make the Navy his career,
were placed on is active in all squadron functions and is a member of the welfare
the planes here in May 1955, will A night lecture for dependentsby and recreation fomrnlttee.Clothing .

be placed on at some other point the Navy's career appraisal I

along the way, it was reported.The team at NATTCcnter will be held ,-
Rise Possible
commercial-type aircraftare next Thursday, May 5, in Room ;
also being outfitted with 12 244 of Building 500, the Educationand
The annual chest X-ray to jato bottles, which will make for Information office announced.

'determine tuberculosis was better takeoffs in high altitudes. A good turnout was 'held last See Drop'ln Com Rats

started for civilian employees Normally R4Ds carry only four' week but E & I planned a night

last week by the NAS Medical jato bottles. session to enable wives or parentsto Enlisted clothing prices may be increased while the commuted

Department. It will continue, Mission of the helicopters will attend.W ration rate may be reduced, it was learned this week.It .
until all remain the same, officials point The lectures are given as part .
by departments, employees has been indicated that clothing
out. The whirlybirds, which play of the Navy's reenlistment program will round it off to the highest nickelof
been checked.The
have prices go up perhaps an
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) average of some"five percent and the actual feeding cost. Thus,
-first department checkedwas : in order for the present rate to
will be" ffccUve July 1. Some
Overhaul and Repair. It took i drop to $1, the feeding cost must .
items such black shoes
; as. are
technicians E. Foster ..
George
X-ray I
be
$1 or less. However, it was
to take
expected an upward jumpof
HM1, and David B. Crouse,
pointed out the will
about 10 to 12 percent. I $1.05 rate
'HM2, all last week and through
RATION AND continue to fiscal year 1957 for
Tuesday of this week to test the clothing prices planning
and allowances usually are es purposes.
more than 3000 employees who
work tablished each July 1, to remainin
work there. The was done (
in the O&R Dispensary, part of / perfect throughout the fiscal Needed
it at night in order to reach the 4t year. However, if there are Help By

late shift. r changes in costs, the rates can be Jax Air News
-changed in mid-fiscal year, it
Supply Department employees
was pointed out. Vacancies, including thatof
began the TB check yesterday in
The commuted ration rate, a civilian assistant editor,
Building 109, and will completethe
now $1.05, may be cut five cents. are open on the staff of the
task today. Public Works
em- t J1 Reason given for the possible cut Jax Air News.
ployees will be checked in Building .
Is that the cost of food is now The post of assistant editor
and
103 on Monday Tuesday .
'of next week. Other departmentswill less than when the rates were is in a civilian capacity, but

be scheduled after that in established last August. Present the other, on the sports desk
rates are $1.0513 in general mess
must be filled
the Mainside Dispensary. soon by an en-
ashore, $1.2105' per day at sea and isted man. The sports editor is
The annual chest X-ray is obligatory
fl.1434 at overseas stations. due
for separation shortly and
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as TB is contagious. But POLICY OF the Defense De it takes time to train #
a successor
Medical points out that it is definitely partment, setting ,comrats is to ,
to the advantage of every

employee, not only to be sure he ( ? )' WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Any personnel interested, or
is free from TB but also becauseit who know of anyone interested
FIRST HONOR COMPANY Capt. Henry C. DeLong, Cooler, cloudy.
can contact the editor in
sometimes reveals other conditions NATTCenter commanding officer, presents Joseph Hodge Jr., AN, Saturday Continued cool and
such as tumor or certain the flag denoting Company Four of Aviation Electrician's Mate cloudy. room 238 .Main Administration
heart disorders that treated in School Class A as the Honor Company for the coming month. The Building, or phone extension
Sunday Cloudy with little
Honor Company was instituted as an Incentive program for AE-A 834?.
time may save much suffering School. (See Story, Page 4)). change in temperatures.





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Fasron 169, VP-18. VW-4. VAH-1, VA-17S. FAWTU Report


Jtl l Jax Area Squadrons' II i iScouting



Publlihid every Thursday tor Nary and Harlot tcUriUti at Nan Air
Station. Jacksonville. Fla. -
NAS' Jstk.avine Fasron 109 tion at BAR, East Hartford Conn., ment, and good fellowship. Dan.
Capt. William S. Harris -- Commanding Officer Ensign Verne Kreger reported back to the
John N. Myers xecuUv Officer George Potsic, TM1, reported cing came easy tunes supplied -
it' AIr "........IU. aboard for duty from Memphis.Ens. : after spending eight weeks at the by a very good dance band, .
near Adm. Delbert 8. CorD Commander will the duties and the
Cnpt Richard O Crete _- Wet or Stall Kreger assume Advanced Undersea Weapons squadron's own guitar
fleet Air Wlal &1..eCapt of the squadron communications at Key West, Fla. ensemble which kept the place
>r Comdr.pt Bowen Richard F. Davis McLeol._ _Chlet SUIf Commander OfficerOommandlnt officer, relieving Ltjg( ) Ed- e jumping. This party was the first

Naal Air Teckmleal TralaUg C.>ur ward Connell, who will be released VP-18 to be honored by a visit from thesquadron's
Henry C. DeLonr Officer
Comdr. Edward W. Bltho; Executive Officer to inactive duty on May 7. This past week VP-18 partici- mascot, an amiable

Naval D.t... Officer "J" Berry Roach, AMC. was pated in Intex '56 and during the tiger (Humphrey), who mingled
Capt. Benjamin N. AM Commanding
Capt L. A. Newton __ ExecuUvt Officer transferred this'week to the Fleet exercise the planes were flying 24 with the guests, and gave out

Comdr. Laurence F. Steffenhagen KABTD .Commanding Officer Reserve, after completing 22 hours a day. The maintenance with a few bellowing roars of
years active naval service. While personnel deserve. well done for royal feline approval, and greet

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station attached to this squadron, Roach the high availability of the planes
Jacksonville. Florida<< and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds I ings.Chief
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33, Rev. ,' was Education chief and leading during this exercise. Next week C. J. DuRochcr's son, Joe
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of ('harlte'at the Naval Air Station the chief. -
Naval Air Technical Training [Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the will find VP-18 flying competitive DuRocher, now a senior at Bishop
U. S. Naval Hospital.Service Men reporting aboard were and ORI'flights And having Kenny High School, has obtained

-Information Officer-Lt. Ted Morgan Donald Crockett, AA; Charles more exercises with submarinesin an opportunity to serve as
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Harrington, AA; David Blanchard the Atlantic. a professional officer in the
Staff Reporters-Jack Holmes, PHI; Marion Cracraft JO2; Nancy Ward JO3. Navy
AA; and William Smith, AA. Pilot training is still going by placing among the highest averages -
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Armea Force Press Service.
NTC Bainbridge.
AFPS material appearing I In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe All from strong. VP-18 now has .27 PPC's, in the Naval Reserve Of- .
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other Bobby Williamson, AD2, and ficer
matter except! by service publications U prohibited without permission ol 12 PP2P's and 3 PP3P's Out of Training Corps examina-
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. Walter Robinson, AD3, reported 42 pilots. It Is believed tins is a tions.
,Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions after com-
back to the squadron
8346. 21b and,814. record number of qualified pilotsin The Navy. will provide four
four ((4)) weeks of instrucJ" -
pleting
a patrol squadron.The years of college training, possiblyat

squadron lost three members Villanova College, Pa., which
; last week. Lt., James Lock- will lead to a commission in the

hart was transferred to the FDR. regular Navy or Marine Corps.

Ltjg( ) Ted Levy returned to civilian -
The following are now at the
life in Atlanta Ga. and
,
separation center: Joe Arrowood,
Walter Harris ADI, was trans AD3 Ronald AM2
; ,Bopp, ; Charles
CATHOLIC ferred to NAS Pax River. The
Carter AE3 Ronald Jilek AT3
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Mass 0800 0900
Sunday squadron welcomes aboard
David Kelly, YN3; Richard Mil-
1000 St. Edward's
Chapel. Leonard
AN.
George ,
beck, AM2 Roy Miller Jr. AD3
Saturday Mass, 0800. I ; ;
and Larry Owens, A T3.
Daily Mass, 0630. f. VWThe -(
Sunday 0630, Mass at the Hurricane Hunters' Softball To be transferred: Arthur

Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction team opened their season with a Clark, ALC, to NAMT Center PT

classes, Building 463. bang last Tuesday by walloping Magu, California; Albert Gallon-

PROTESTANTTbursday NAS Personnel, 13-5. Thursday ey ADI, to BAR Burbank, Cali-

April 26 they won by a forfeit over VA- fornia, FFT to VW-2 Pax River;

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- 172. and Hilliard Wehunt SHL, R/S
hearsal. ii- NORVA, FFT to USS Coral Sea.
Congratulations to the following eVA175.
Sunday, April 29 men who were advanced in

0800 Episcopal Communion rating: J. B. Smith AT2; F. Tur
Attack 175 receivedan
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. ner, AE1; M. R. Roberts, A03; Squadron
0930 Sunday School for ages W. E. Morrisey, AE3; V. F. Rob- "outstanding" during 1 as tweek's

4 through adults. erson, AB3; M. A. Eaton, AE3; personnel inspection held
0930 Service of Divine Wor- W. C. by Rear Adm. Delbert Cornwell
Donahue AM3; R. A. Sill,
ship, Chaplain Carpenter. > AK1; B. N. Davis, AD3; C. A. Men especially commended for
1100 Service of Divine Wor- Ownby, AD2. their appearance were Donald
Ritterbusch, AD2; Maurice Klin-
Griffin.
ship Chaplain
,
Last week saw seven new Hurricane -
1900 The United Fellowshipof ger, AT2, and all the chiefs.
Hunters reporting to VW-
Protestants, Building 804. M; do ......../., .' 4, and one old hand leaving with The squadron is proud of Ron-

Monday, April 30 f 1 ..f I a transfer. Men who reported ald Parker, AD3; Tom Dougherty,

1930-Latter Day Saints' Serv- --- aboard were Robert Alessi, AA; AD2; Frank Sullivan; ADS; John

ice. WAVE OFFICER DEPART- John Lazar, AA; Joseph Los, AA; Beglinger, AD3; Arthur Terry,
Tuesday, May 1 ING Lt. Elsie Hanson (seat- Lester Costigan, AA; Henry PN3; Donald'RitterbuscL, AT2;
Hanson
Lt.
1900 Presbyterian Instruc ed Information), assistant personnel and Education officer, D'annessa, AA; J. D. Burnett, AA; Robert McKee AT2; Harold

tion Classes, Hospital Chapel. officer, and women's represen- all from Bainbridge, Md., and Bill Dabbs, AD2; Isaac Smith, AE2;

1900 Christian. Science Class. Assigned tative at NAS Jax, bones up on Gulledge, AN, from NATTCenter and John West, AD2, who were
1930 Bible Study Group.- Japan and its language in prep- Norman, Okla. advanced to their present rates
aration for her next tour of
1930 -. Episcopalian Instruction Japan BilletLt duty in Tokyo. Her relief, Lt. Grover Frisbee, AD3, was trans- 'on April 18.

Classes. Joan Zook, envies the overseas ferred to NAS Corry Field, Pen. Get well quick is the Squad-
Thursday, May 3 Elsie Hanson, who has duty but thinks learning Jap- sacola. ron's wish to H. S. Pierson, AT-

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL served at NAS Jacksonville near- anese would be tough. C I CA, and .T. W. Valdez, AD2, who

(Naval Hospital, Protestant) ly three years as assistant person- provement through the Navy's VAIIlA I are currently in the hospital.The .
0930-Sunday School and Nur nel officer with collateral duty as correspondence courses, with the ,. 4.0 rating is"Vhat squadron squadron welcomed aboard

sery. Information and Education Officer result that all count is lost of the members would no doubt give the I Ltjg( ) Sherwood Harris who reported -

0930 Divine WorshipChaplain and women's representative, many who have profited by this all hands party which they attended from NATTC Jax, and

William A. Swets. has been ordered for duty 'as means. And many more under- last Friday evening. Gerald Pinkerton, AECA, from

1930 Tuesday, Instructionclass USAFI officer In Tokyo, Japan, take the college level courses The party lacked nothing in the Fasron 3 at Norfolk. Also newly

for personnel of Presbyterian attached to the U. S. Army. from USAFI (United States Armed way of refreshments, entertain- (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)

or Reformed background, She will hold collateral dutyas Forces Institute).
Hospital Chapel. Information and Education Of- FURTHER PROGRESS has I"

.- ficer, Staff, Commander Naval been shown in the numbers of

Forces Far East. : enlisted personnel seeking advancement ..
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, Six Scouts EarnAdvancements She will leave Jacksonville on I in rate who apply toI

May 1, to report in San Francisco and E to ascertain necessary

on June 1 for flight to Japan. qualifications and then study, of-

Relieving her in her present duty ten in arranged study groups. I

Six Boy Scouts from Naval Air will be Lt Joan Zook, formerly and E also has the responsibilityof

Station Troop 131 were advancedin attached to Communications, who seeing that the proper exam-

rank last Thursday night dur came to Jacksonville about five ination papers are ordered and in

ing the Muskogee District Courtof months ago from Great Lakes., the correct number. yt fl' :
Honor held at, the Church of OVERSEAS DUTY is somethingall Miss Hanson who has spent 12 .y

the Good Shepherd.The Waves, officers and enlisted years in the Navy, is a native of

grade of Star Scout was personnel dream about, but few Iowa where she graduated from Ip'M

achieved by Gerald Moore, Frank- ever realize. It is roughly estimated Coe College in Cedar Rapids. I }
But since her parents left Iowa,
lin Burkhead and Robin-Lewis.
that there are now only I
to settle in Winter Haven, Fla.,
First Class rank was awarded to about 30 Waves filling overseas:; !.
she has transferred her official
Tarry Merryfield and Cecil Jones I billets. For that reason it appears
'. and Second Class was won by that the Navy has been well sat- residence to the. Sunshine. ,State

Robin Stone. isfied with Miss Hanson's work at
Williams Honor Man
Eagle awards were made to NAS Jax.During.
her tenure of office in- At AO-A School
Joseph Hamill Jr., from Troop
of -.. ,. ,_ ... ........ ..
AOAN '
122 at Naval Station Green Cove doctrination classes for new per- Timothy Williams, {" itorNN m:N. rwNwvV

Springs and to four Boone brothers sonnel coming aboard the. Station Newark, Ohio, was the honor stu- FTPTO TO CROW ABOUT The entire seaman group
from Troop 17, sponsored by were inaugurated. Encour- dent in. last week's graduatingclass .f the Dental Department at NATTCenter was advanced this
month to
petty officer
Christ of agement has been given to all from Aviation Ordnanceman third class- Left to right are Milton Churcbd
the Church of Jesus William Varela, Dan Lamont, Robert Hawkins, John '
Latter Day Saints. who showed Interest in self-im- School, Class 'A, at NATTCenter. Jerry McCarthy (seated).

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for all Navy Libraries in the area)

Guided Missiles In War and

Peace: The new* books have arrived

This one will undoubtedly
be on our best seller list It is a :: J *

general l, non-technical discussion : -- ; -
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of the and J.J.
development of
use ;
."c ,_ .a'''..'.''''''' hMli1. ,
guided missiles. As the title implies :.t.>u. .-:.. :::. V ( .:: ..;;" : (.t. :. t \ ,/,: ;, ...... / _'
it covers the influence
on I
BULK FUEL HANDLING Action such as this can be seen any day'at'the Navy Fuel Depot, and even at the same instance. At '
.air, naval and land combat and left the USNS Millicona discharges; a cargo of 6 ,000 barrels of fuel at Pier 2. In the center Army-loaned rail tank ears are being 'I
includes.the peacetime potentials. loaded with fuel for NAS Glynco, Ga. and NAAS Sanford, Fla. Each car holds 10,000 gallons. On the right, t commercial transport t
In addition to the obvious interest I truck Is being loaded with fuel for delivery toa Navy base. The truck transport holds 7,000 gallons. I :

to military personnel, there is'

much for the science student and I Fuel Now t.

the general political reader.leader as well as the Navy Depot

A

Men, Rockets and Space Rats: Lights Five Candles A y:
Report of test pilots in actual or

simulated space flight conditions.
Some 20 miles from NAS Jacksonville, on the Trout'niver
fiction Reach for Tomorrow: Science is located one of the Navy's busiest and largest facilities

stories. for the handling of fuel-the Navy Fuel Depot. ..
Electrons, Waves and Messages .. .. ..
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tne celebrates iis
roaay uepot 'ed in time to be of value in
The art and science of modern fifth birthday. any
World War II.
electronics. The fuel depot was originally
Secret Understanding: Why did built under Army funds toward In 1947 the Army transferred ,

a famous jet ace, retired to the the end of World War II in order the terminal to the Reconstruction

quiet of country life, disappear? to permit barge use of the Finance Corporation for disposal.
Where? How? Suspense and adventure inland waterway northward and The RFC tried to sell the

surround the search. its history shows a battle of sur installation on a salvage-price

Death Keeps A Secret: The famous vival. basis to private industry. The facility

testing grounds in New When the depot was originally in January 1949 was transferred
to the Navy. As far back
Mexico provide the background built, a pipeline had also been
as 1947 there had been interest'at
for the latest Kelland thriller. laid connecting Panama City on
NAS Jax on taking over the
Outlaw Banner: Historical novel the Gulf to the depot. Plan of
terminal for solving its fuel storage
of the Civil War with all the the whole operation was intended
problems since Jax got its
swashbuckle and colorful romance to avoid the need for shipping ...

"TANK FARM" Known In some circles as the "tank farm", aviation gas from Pt. Everglades,
which have made Garland the fuel depot has 1J tanks, such as the two shown here. There vital' petroleum products over the Fla. The new fuel depot did not ,
Roark a favorite author in this are seven tanks of floating roof type which hold 80,000 barrels sea lanes, especially avoiding the get into operation until the middle .
field. each, two 20,000-barrel cone-type tanks, two 80,000-barrel cone- danger of submarines along the
\ I type tanks, and two 55,000-barrel tanks all containing. aviation, Atlantic coast. of 1949, and its operation until .
Wake Of The R d Witch-Im diesel and Navy Special fuels. April 26, 1951 was shared off and
perial Woman: Pearl Duck's latest THE PLANNED procedure was on by NAS Public Works Depart

novel centers around the life of to barge1 oil products from the ment and NAS Jax Supply Departments.
T2u Hsir the beautiful concubine Texas-Louisiana area into Panama .

who became the last Empress of City, pump or haul it across
the and then reload into THE NAVY FUEL Depot was
China. Feared and loved, hated peninsula
and revered, she was certainly tank cars or barges. at the ter actually organized and established
minal. as an independent activity under
"the most maddening and the
most bewitching of women", who, The terminal was never finish50 the management control of
BuSandA and the
through her own wit and wisdom military com
was China's greatest woman ruler. EM Pass mand of commanding officer, NAS
% Jar, by authority of the Secretary
Fabulous
as history, her life
of the Navy in a letter dated
makes a brilliant historical noveL Tests AtMayport April 26, 1951-the date taken as1
Wines Of The Morning;: Home- the official birthday. Present of-
steading in Vermont its
during Base ficer-in-charge of the depot I is
struggle for independence. This Lcdr. L. A. Vickers, who took
fills the .gap between the author's in
over August, 1953.
best selling novels, Catch A Fall NAAS Mayport maintained ,its
ing Star and The Reluctant Rebel. high percentage of promotions, The fuel depot is definitely a
-
with 50 percent of those enlisted big operation, as reflected in its
Forbidden Area: High-pitched J. men who took February exams I I growth and output. Since the
in Pat Frank's
suspence tense gaining advancement in rating.I I "tank farm" was completed, a
story of a small group's
attempt -
Overall there were $9 advance modern administration building

to save America from suspected 1-o.... .;., ,. .........._., .. .._..__. ... _. _. enemy attack in Atomic War 1.
Florida and Washington locale. ADMINISTRATION Administering the affairs of the Nary the nine who took seaman tests, eum testing laboratory has been
Fuel Depot is Lcdr. Leonard Vickers, who Is shown giving an all passed; 88 percent of 27 taking added, fine maintenance shops
assignment to Mrs. Ann Bieberbach receptionist! third class, ratings passed; and storage building have risen,

Curb Put On some Si percent out of 25 candidates grass and shrubbery planted, and
Garden Circle Pools were successful in second additional jet fuel storage has

Swimming class exams; while only one of been obtained by using the bal

Weapons Info Elects Officers Open May 1 16 passed his first class exam and last recovery plant. The depot
;
was rated. now has available all of the major
Noting that the premature release Summer's almost here again. Comdr. Gilbert Fraucnheim fuels required by fleet, district

of information about .new SeeksMembers, That's right, and Special Ser commanding officer of NAAS 'or yard craft, as well as the

weapons "may constitute a grave vices passed the word along. Mayport, presented the men with fleet aviation activities.
security threat," Secretary of In honor of their first president, this week that the Station's
their certificates of promotions in THE YEAR JUST
Defense Wilson has issued an the members of the Naval Air swimming pools will officially completed
ceremonies. Advanced were H. L. reflects the and
growth improve
order tightening security Station Garden Circle voted at 1.
up regu next Tuesday, May
open Combs, PN2; W. A. Poynter, ment of the facility.In its largest
lations. the April meeting to donate,$100
All pools have been repaired
PN2 G. W. RM3 L. M.
I ; Berry, ; issue month in February the depot
The order, Issued in directive to the building fund ol the Gar and repainted for the season. I
Bell, AT3; P. V. Schmidt, HM2; issued 112,500 barrels of JP-3
form, deals with aircraft, missiles den Club of Jacksonville in the R. J. Nuwer, CD2; D. J. Atkinson fuel; issued 35,000 barrels of Navy

and other Important items form of a life membership for late Mr. Halle Cohen. Because a TE2; G. R. Klay, AB3; J. II. special fuel oil to the Lake

for the defense arsenaL Mrs. J. .J McKinstiy.; number of the Garden Circle Sexton, CD2; R. A. Henkens, Champlain in December for the

It applies to "all agencies and Mrs. McKinstry was also re- members will be leaving, due to AC1; R E. Kelly, AG2; W. B. largest single. issue; Increased use

offices of the Department of Defense elected president of the group at transfers of their husbands, the Martin, ABG3; A. E. Townsend of the piers for fleet support by

," including the services.It the meeting which was held last group decided to hold a member PHG3; F. D. McEvoy, ACS. destroyers, smaller vessels of U.

sets up uniform procedures Friday morning in Building 751. ship tea late in June. Also E. T. Easterling, RM3; K. S. and even foreign nations.

for releasing data on new weap Other officers elected for the The last scheduled meeting for H. Smelcer, AG3; E. D. Hartman, The largest single fuel handling

coming year are: First vice president the year will be a luncheon on YN3; D.D. Enoch, AK3; R. E. Tat- month in the past 12 was March

ons.The order also requires that :Mrs. B. J. Robison; second May 18 at the Officers' Club, at tum AC3; J. L. Tesinsky, AG3; 1956 when issues totaled 619,000

performance data on new weapons vice president, :Mrs. O. H. Mac- which time the installation of T. P. Kenerly, AG3; IL F. Hester barrels of all products which included

such as speed and range may Phee; secretary, Mrs. L N. Cur new officers will be held. RM2; B. R Krueger, AD3; W. receiving three tankers,

not be released. tis; and treasurer, Mrs. B. F. :Me- Any women interested in becoming E. Padgett, AOU3; E. E. Wilkes, loading 14 barges, 44 tank cars, 57

After the first production model Leod. members of the Garden SK2; C. W. McConnell AM3; L, tank trucks and issues to 23 ships.

is available, however, general The Circle also voted to donate Circle for the coming year can D. Hull. AM3; J. L. Wilkes, BM3; With only a handful of civilians!

performance capabilities may be $10 to the Garden Club of Jack contact Mrs. N. D. Johnson, membership G. W. Velt, PH3; P. R. Peach, in 1951, the Depot now has 47
published. (AFPS) sonville for the memorial .to the chairman, extension 627. SH2. employees.r' .




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M. Yt V With TheToastmasters !;

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___ 1t k Today is "kickoff day" for the

$J Jax Navy Toastmaster'i Speech-
craft series.

i'' which The introduced kickoff luncheon a series at of noon eight

.I'1/1 sessions running from May 3 to

August 9, featured J, Frank
Rushton as main speaker.

Speechcraft No..1 on May 6 will

.... ,. ... cover Introduction to Public
""'"' '' .iiiII''''''' W "'! ! '''' $'n,9'1': M.. 1oflin:: 17 Y'--'F"-""" Speaking with Lcdr. Frank Burk-

SPELL OUT FAW11The latest class of Fleet Air Wing Eleven's Radio School was graduated last Friday and the men are head as chairman. Ken Knoi-
now qualified to take their place aboard the Wing's huge land and sea based patrol bombers. These are the men who work together Lt. Paul
as a crew to detect and destroy enemy submarines or conduct aerial mining In enemy harbors during battle. Left to right, as they'spell zcn, Pieper, and Lt. Bert
II out FAW.ll, are Donald Davidson: Joe Ganla; Robert NavoJosky; Bobby Green; Louis Richardson; WIlliam stesty; John Rieves; Udovin will be the speakers. A
Charles Rogers; Larry Johnson; John Sturre:, John Little, honor man; Robert. Reynolds; ; Harley Neuwirth; Gerald Windham; George question period will follow.
Louis DeChambeau Whlttlngton.; Estes Bowen; Earl Bates; Larry Wilson; Charles Barrett; Joseph Sullivan;"" Phillip Campbell; Robert Komusin; and Other Speechcraft sessions are

slated for May 17, May 31, June
28, July 12, July 26.and August 9.

'My Vote'Chosen Topic Of Bank Open Until in Toastmasters$providing have been for the helpful cur-

2700 On FridaysDue rent PTA Welcome Aboard tours
'
and have volunteered to speak
[SALTYNUMFROM Letter Awards Program"My to the change in civilian before many organizations during

pay day, the NAS Facility of Armed Forces Day week as representatives -
HER AND THEREA Vote-Freedom's Privilege," has been chosen as the topic the Barnett National Bank, of the Navy.

squad of recruits had been for this year's letter awards program sponsored by the FreedomsFoundation. Building 39, announces a Major Emmons Maloney and
change in hours of operation.The Lt. Ken Knoizen will representJax
out to the rifle range for their
first at All members of the armed bank is now open Fridays !- Navy Toastmasters at a
try marksmanship. They
forces role of the American voter i ih from 1100 to 1700 and Toastmasters International
on active duty are eligibleto con-
knelt at 250 yards and fired. Nota
hit. They moved up to 200 compete in the program, which self-government in their and be nonpartisan from 1100 to 1500 on Monday, vention May 5-6 in Miami.
yards. Not a hit They tried at includes a first place award of approach. Lettersfor Tuesday, Wednesday and > .
$1,000 and a George Washington or against a particluar candi Thursday, and from 1000-1200
100 yards. Not a hit. date will not he considered by Company Named
"Tenshun'," the Chief barked. Honor Medal.In the foundation. on Saturday.The .
Fix bayonets! Charge! It's your addition, the top winner bank, will be closed to-
only chance!" from each of the services will bea .S day in observance of Confed- Honor Company
guest in the nation's capital for There is no limit to the numberof erate Memorial Day.

Joe: "I hear you stayed in a the 1957 presidential inauguration letters which may be submit At AE SchoolThere's
ted. Contest deadline is
haunted house last night. What if his commander approves. Nov. 11, there are two second place prizesof
happened?" STop 1956. $500 each and 80 third place a proud company of

Bob: "About 12 o'colck a ghost awards will be presented Entries, which must be signed prizes of $100 each. All of the Aviation Electrician's Mate School
came through the wall just as if here on Washington's Birthday, and give the writer's full name, cash winners will receive George Class A students at NATTCenter,
t there was no wall there." Feb. 22, 1957. trade or rating, serial number, Washington Honor Medals. who, until May 16, will be the

'4 Joe: "And what did you do?" In releasing details of the competition branch of service and unit ad- .' Honor Company of the school
b Bob: "I went through the other the Foundation said letters dress, should be sent to: P2V Neptune Diverted with attending privileges.The .

wall the same way.." should be at least 100 wordsin Freedoms Foundation at Valley 200 Miles To Answer bonus plan, developed by
.0. length and must not exceed Forge Lcdr. L. R. Heron, training officer -
500. Call Of DistressA of AE Schools, designates an
Judge: "Are you sure this man Valley Forge, Pa.
drunk Contestants should stress the Besides the honor company for one month.
was ? top $1,000 award, P2V Neptune from VP-18
... ... During this period are several
Officer: "Well sir, he was was diverted from a local familiarization -
privileges, including first place in
I carrying a manhole cover and, flight to some 200
the chow line first in the line
said he home I pay
was going to play miles east of Jacksonville last
'lit his victrola." and weekend liberty every week,
on week in answer to a distress
COMPANY FOUR, the first
call from a crippled C-124 Air
A young man who had just been Force Globemaster.The winner of the honor award, pulled
drafted their first weekend liberty i
was being examined. Thesychiatrist's
call
for help was radioedto last week
assistant asked the from 1600 Friday to
NAS Jacksonville
operations
0700
routine question: "Do out Monday.
you go when the
five-passenger 185-
with girls?" The Honor Company is judgedon
000 pound plane had one of its
the highest scholastic mili-
The draftee shook his head and four ,
answered firmly: "No." miles from engines fail about 300 tary and disciplinary standards in
the coast.
The assistant called in the psy- the school.In .
chiatrist who repeated the ques- Piloted by Lcdr. Saxton A. presentation ceremonies be-
tion. Again the answer was, "No." Weir and co-pilot, Comdr. Rob- fore the- entire school of sailors
"Why don't you go out with the '. ert 11. Gillock, the P2V patrol and marines, Capt. Henry C. De-
girls?" the doctor asked suspi bomber was over St. Augustineand Long, NATTCenter commanding
ciously. nearest to the disabled officer, awarded the symbolic

"Because said the draftee, 4 S plane when NAS operations pennant to Joseph Hodge Jr., AN,
"my wife won't let me." dispatched it to the scene. class leader. (See photo, Page 1)).
Meeting the Globemasterabout FOLLOWING ARE members of

Two civilian drunks polished 35 minutes later or afterit the Honor Company: Robert Allen
off their fifteenth round of drinks, had flown 100 miles nearerto AA; Louis Anderson, AN;
climbed into their car and sped t. shore, the patrol bomber George Biddlecombe, AA; Russell
away. After a time one remarked: -- "Stood by" in the event of fur- Brown, AA; John Bruner, AA;
"We're getting close to the Main "HEY, MYRT, WE'RE FLYIN' Mrs. T. A. Bevis, PTA ther trouble. Kurt Crummey, AA; Roger Day,
Gate." president of Fairfield Elementary School (left), and her "co-pilot" Once over land, safely out AA; William Exeler, AA; Francis

"Zat so? How ya know?" Mrs.seated George in a link Leach trainer, discuss at a Fleet wishful Airborne flight Electronics to California Training while Of danger from crashing at sea, Grace, AA; Richard Grannan, AA;

"We're hitting more sailors." Unit, Detachment Two. The two "fliers" were among several the giant plane proceeded on Lloyd Holman, AN; Robert Ho-
I hundred Jax mothers who toured NAS Jax last week .as part of its remaining three engines to verson, AA; Edwin Jackson, AA;
Department head: "Where' did' a "get acquainted" program. Brookley AFB, Mobile, Ala. Walter Javncs.. AA: Thomas

you file those marriage licenses? Jones, AN; John Korzak, AA;

,j 11 can't find them under 'M'." I Mothers Getting Picture of Real Robert Markus, AA.
Secretary: "LookUnder 'C' for Navy Heredent Donald Mayer, AA; George Mi-
congratulations.. ., kolay, AA; William Quinn, AA;
S More than 1,000 Jacksonville 'portunities offered Navy men pi'lo't John
I ; at Fairfield Elementary, puts Rathbone, AA; Richard Ris-
"I would love to share your mothers, members of the Parent- training; countless safety it: "The program is just wonderful tau, AA; Victor Rodriquez., AA;

''troubles, ," she cooed. Teacher Association,. are remov- measures observed daily, and and I feel every mother who Ernest Schleicher, 'AA' ; Alvin
"But darling, I have none." ing their aprons during April for other important aspects. is interested in her children's future Schwartz, AA; Floyd Teague, AA;
1 "Oh, I mean after we're mar- an insight view of the key role should they enlist in the Robert 'Vanlandingham, AA;
"I NEVER
REALIZED
,ried. before Navy or enter another branch Nicholas Verrenti, AA.
S NAS Jacksonville is playing in just how much the would Chester
Navy had to definitely benefit by this Walters, AA; Frederick
: There are three kinds of people the Navy's, vast training program. afford young men," Mrs. George tour." Windrum, AA;; Jerome Woolf,

in this world: those who make Sponsored by the Jacksonville S. Leach, mother of two sons, THE CONSENSUS of opinion AA; Laurence Deferrari, PFC;
;, things happen, those who watch Navy Recruiting Office, nearly 50 said "My personal knowledge of from many mothers was, "We'll Juan Munoz, PFC; Kenneth Vin-
''things happen and those who the Navy'' has been enhanced probably have fewer wrinkles son, PFC.
I have no idea what has happened. mothers each day are guests of greatly through this visit. I less gray hairs when the time and .

.. NAS, NARTU, NATTC, Fawtu- Another Jacksonville mother, comes for our children to enter When five-year-old Willy encountered

j Gather ye romance while ye may Lant Detachment "A", FaetuLant Mrs. John Anderson, mother of a service because of the added con- his father, Just home
Waiting could bring ye sorrow; Detachment Two, and other units. 10-year-old son, found the tour fidence gained during the from work, he was obviously re-
-
program
|Though you're stationed here to- Conducted tours are familiarizing "most informative" and felt that ."- covering from a crying spell.

'day them with the .Navy's huge the Navy should have inaugurated Mothers of children from "What's the trouble, Willy?"
Who knows where\ you'll be rescue net utilized at sea and it years ago, elementary and ((51 inquired his father. .
high schools
tomorrow? whore; numerous educational op- Mrs. T. A. Bevis, PTA Presi- 'slated for visits this month. are "I've just had a dreadful seen,
I J. with your wife," sniffed Willy.Ii .




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26 April 1956 JAX AI'R' N'E"W' S

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a CREDIT UNIONDATA

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lliU c'R
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Verification$ requests along
with statements of share and loan

balances! have been mailed to all
weekend was one of, fun Federal Credit Union members as

and frolic for most Station sere I a part of the periodic audit by the

:''icewomen as Waves ,and women Supervisory 'Committee.Regulations .

1 Marines spent the two sunny days : require that' mcm-

of liberty at the beaches and surrounding bers records lie checked at least

picnic areas. once every''' two years to insure
"
Highlight of the weekend activities agreement with the Credit Union

was the picnic held Sun- office rec rds. .'

i day for members and coaches of Any differences should 'bo

the Crackerjax softball squad. Of brought to the attention of the

course a softball picnic wouldn'tbe Supervisory Committee by 'April

complete'without'a ball game, ... 30, 1056. On this date between,
so early in the afternoon the 2 : 1530 and 1700 the members of the 4

Wave combine took to the sandy' Supervisory Committee will be iii ,

boach for a diamond encounter the Credit Union Office, Building .

Through the day efforts of all : : 39, to review and reconcile any .

attending were used to dig'cars t differences. .. !
out of the soft sand. After getting L .1-
Any member not receiving his ,
stuck for the sixth time, the : T statement and verification% ,.-.

Waves were no longer surprised' quest should immediately contact '

when seeing one of the team the Supervisory Committee. '
members it toward them
hoofing
Arthur W. Allen of the Fiscal
via "foot mobile." They just gavea i and Charles M. Head "

sigh and started out to meet ___..._ _.. .. ,y,. __" .. n..._______...__...... _n..n.-- Department .
and Russell M. Proctor of the
the lone figure expressing to IT'S SPRING, MEN! Yes, it's Spring, and Spring means hats, and mention hats and women Overhaul and Repair Departmentare '4
themselves, "We're going to push just. well, they just go "mad-hat". Spring's creative urge was felt by wives of Carrier Air
again." Group 17 officers last Friday when they staged an original hat contest. Front row are (left to right) the members of the Supervisory I.
Mrs. R. J. McAndrew; Mrs Q. C. Crommelin; and !Mrs. G. M. Shiran. Center row, seated, are (left .Committee.
Add an airplane ride and an to right) Mrs.\ William LaLiberte, cleverest hat prize winner for her "Atomic Bomb";; and Mrs. Billy
evening "jam session" to a day of Wheat, prettiest hat winner, for ';Wedding of a Paper Doll" creation. Standing rear are (left to I
swimming, eats, and sunbathingand right) Mrs R. M. McConnell; Mrs. G. F. 1..ltzIrs.; } R. M. Fender; and Mrs. Edward Potter. ::

the result was a terrific out- :1T,1N

ing for all. SS Navy Log' Show Launch Drive To Select EM Wife -


Lt. Elsie It. Hanson will pack Proves PopularThe As 'Mrs. U. S. Navy Of 1956'Ship
her seabag on ;May 1 and say "bon ,
voyage" to the Waves and NAS "Navy Log" TV show, ahoy, mates, and moveit >
And-in her own hand-
Jax, where she has been servingas seen locally every Tuesday on over! The Navy Wife Is groups.
writing, no less, and not more
Wave Administration officer evening, is quite popular, according -
coming aboard! than 500 words-an writtenby
and Education officer. Miss Han- to recent surveys.A essay
"Mrs. United States Navy, 1956" each contestant on "Why I'm 7'.J
son, who reported to Jax in Aug- national poll by a well # .
will be crowned September 15, Proud to be a Navy Wife." ,
ust 1953, is departing for Tokyofor known commercial "rating"agency
at Long Beach, Calif., in the Nomination forms will be avail
her next tour of duty. showed "Navy Log" to
Navy's own beauty contest, con- able soon at all commands. They ; .
Always interested in the girls' be in the top third of all net- '
ducted with the full approval of must be completed in full, giving
personal problems, plus the mili- work television programs of all
and accurate information
the Navy Department spon- concerningboth
tary, the Mainside Waves are kinds. It is seen on the aver-
go- ..
sored by the Fleet Reserve As the enlisted man and his
ing to miss the "always ready tohelp" age evening in over 9,000,000
sociation. wife. And they must be accom-
Wave officer who has been homes, which is indicative of
I Any Navy wife is eligible pro- panied by a certification of theman's .
their 'counselor as well as military an average viewing audienceof i
I
vided her husband is enlisted services by his commanding -
an ;
guide for the past three over 30,000,000 people. a
I years. Programs to be shown for man on active duty, other than officer.

Sailors, too, will feel the loss the next two weeks are: May for training, and who intends to BEING SELECTED AS "Mrs. P \ ,
United States is envi-
of Lt. Hanson who, through her 1, "The Don First" The men make the Navy his career. Career Navy" an
able honor in itself. But more
'I efforts in the Education depart who sailed them, ride them bluejackets and chief petty offi- practical embellishments includean _
still"; and May 8 "Bucketof cers may nominate their wives as
ment, has furthered many a serviceman's ; on all-expense tour of major U. S.
contestants provided the wives
-
careers. Sand" -. A strange com-
S mando mission during World know about it and give their certified cities and Honolulu for the win-
ner, her husband, and children, if
consentrfwiLL
Waves of the Week! Hats off War II. any. Additional prizes of cash and
for a job well done to Ruth Gaz- BE DIGNIFIED, too, valuable merchandise which will -

ley who will be advanced to tele- in the Navy tradition. While pho- be listed later by-the, FRA, will PRETTY NICE WHEEL -
man first calss on May 16. Ruth To meet rigid ,quirements new tographs of the contestants must Shapely Monica Davis stradd-
be awarded to the
all nominations there top Navy ladyof ling a toy ferris wheel, is cute .
has made use of all information military aircraft are tested in a accompany ,
i the year, as well as to second enough to have any man going
available and performed her duty huge "refrigerator-oven" hangar will be no cheese cake or bathingsuit and third place winners. around in circles. She reigned

with interest and enthusiasm.A where they are subjected to tem- art admitted. Photographs of Wilson H. Sandcfer national as the 1956 queen of New Jer- .
hearty welcome to the news peratures ranging from 65 degrees husbands, also, are required, 'either sey's Palisades AmusementPark
vice-president of FRA, and an
hip i s' company reporting to to 165 degrees fahrenhcit individually or in family Overhaul and Repair Department recently.during Visiting its 59th servicemen opening 1

Mainside last week. Welcomed employee, was in Washington two can enter at reduced prizes ,

aboard are Cecilia Samford DN, : weeks ago conferring with Adm. although there's no guarantee
-.II Monica will be there to greet
and Joeline Willard, YN3. Also Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval them. ,J

visiting Barracks 723 for a short Operations, and Vice Admiral J:

twd week stay is Ida Free, DK1. L. Holloway Jr., Chief of Naval
who is at Jax for a two-week v Personnel, who favor the contest
3n The
training cruise. i" c: :, highly. Up
0

A word of cheer and a card 'L >: "l LADDERWith

expressing best wishes for a
Civilians
speedy recovery are extended to

Waves Judy Dirksen, SN; Pat (Weekly the lax Air News in

Meehan, AN; Del Tusler, SN; and cooperation with the Industrial

Joy Schrader, HM1, all patientsat t : Relations Department will list

the U .S. Naval -Hospital. various promotion /or Naval Air
.
+ personnel).
PO Employees Show (Personnel art invited to visit On the promotion roster effective

Interest In Bonds the usa Servicemen' Club at 37 April 22 were five employees -

West Monroe St. The club Is open three from Overhaul and Repair
Although not a part of the Na- _
val Air Station command and from ODOO'to 2230 daily( ). Department, and two from

therefore not eligible to partici- Thursday, April 26-2000, Game Supply Department.

pate in the Station's Savings night. Promoted at 0 & R were William

Bond Post Office Friday, April 27-2000, Special Stembridge, file clerk GS-3,
program, em-
,
ployees nevertheless have a high ::: : : food at snack bar; dancing; to supervisory general supply
games. clerk GS-6 Blanche Hawkins
interest in the program with four ; ,
of six employees enrolled in the Saturday, April 28-2000, Le- clerk-stenographer GS-3 to clerk-

payroll savings plan. They have gion dance at Beach Community stenographer, GS-4, and Henry

more than their 65 in 56. L xni. Center. All hostesses and servicemen Gunderson, aero engineer GS9to

invited. Dancing at club. aero engineer, GS-11.
This Good Conduct Medal presentation
Sailor explaining his black eye: Is one GOOD of "firsts"CONDUCT. It'* the-first one for Susie Marie'Helman, PN3, Sunday, April 29-1000, Coffee Advanced at Supply Depart
She's about 20 years old has and the first ever presented to a Wave by Comdr. Walter G. hour, church; 1700, Vespers and ment were Simeon West, propertyand
beautiful golden hair, lovely Winslow, chief staff officer for Commander Naval Air Bases refreshments; 2000, Movie "Rails supply clerk GS-3 to pro
voice, a peaches and cream complexion Sixth Naval District It was also the first time such an award has Into Laramie." perty and supply'supervisor GS4 .' <
nude In CommbSlx. A native of Toledo, Ohio, Susie, when ,
: and a1 been Monday, April 30-1000," Ping and Ardelle Heck typist GS-2 : ;
a perfect figure she enlisted four years ago, had five brothers and a sister la the :
fast right crosr. Armed Forces. Her enlistment expires June 1. pong games; dancing. to clerk-itenosraphcr GS3.

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L Good Turnout For


First Session Of


4 Baseball Camp *

Approximately 150 boys from

10.15 years of age attended the

,. opening session of the Jax Navy
Fliers' baseball school last Sat

urday morning, and judging from
the fun they seemed to be having,
most of them will be back againas

long as the"sessions last.

,. : The youngsters weren't doing

i r 1N.., aR y M l SaLADS too badly, either, and some oi
them showed promise of becoming
real ball players in the next
few short years.


----'.- ..............<.-,.. .....-...-.-.--.-.--'.....-,----.-..,.,.. -,-------- -_....._-_._. ...__.- The,}ads received many value
able pointers from Flier Mana
RECEIVE POINTERS AT BALL CAMP- The first session of the Jax Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp attracted over Frank McCaffrey and from
100 eager youngsters last Saturday at Mason Field In left photo Jim Basiliere, FUns backstop, demonstrates the fundamentals of ger
I hunting to William Curtis, Gene Crouch and Gerald Evans In right photo David Curtis strikes stance of satisfaction on the mound the Navy team members on
after delivering his big pitch as Fliers' varsity chucker Bob Taylor gives him the eye. The school, which is being held every Saturday throwing fielding, bunting and
morning for dependents of Navy. personnel, teaches the lads the basic fundamentals of the game with Fliers varsity'men on hand to do hitting, and even holding a bat
'
the instructing. ting session with several of the

\ older boys doing the mound
JAX Woodward Snares chores.

The second session will be heldat

Sports Center Handicap Mason Field, weather permit-

ting, Saturday morning at 0930.Tennismen .
,BriefsThe Links Tourney 4 .

DrubBeachcombers
trophypresental10n ceremony ?. Playing steady golf with roundsof
at the Golf Shack last Sun- 86 and 89 which with his handicap -

day afternoon was one of the gave him a net of 65-68 ;
most unusual. 133, Fred Woodward of Admini-

,.. .... Only two of the seven flight stration captured the 36-hole han- Record Now 4-3
dicap golf tournament at NATT-
champions and runners-up were Fliers Drop Pair At Home
;
Center.
on hand to receive their awards The Jax Navy tennis team
from Capt. William S. Harris, Woodward's 133 led second- I picked up its fourth win of the

NAS, commanding officer. The Hit The Road For FourStill place Vince Anania by two points, season, last Sunday with a 7.2 I

other winners for one reason or while Bob Stamatis was three victory over the Jacksonville
Ii another unable to attend. strokes behind Anania. Beach net squad, avenging a 4.2
were seeking victory No. 5 after
.. his own wildness and was relieved Low gross went to Walt Strader loss to the ,Beachcombers just a
Most unfortunate titlist of the losing twice at home last weekend -
in the seventh by Jankunis. who bunched five birdies on the week ago.
group was Ensign Don Glass of the Jax diamond Fliers Boroff% walked seven batters and final 18 for a 71. Charlie Summit's The Fliers idle this week
are
AO 0" School at NATTCenter headed for Charleston, S. C. early committed wild pitches that per- 74 was second low gross for 18, and will return to action May .4
who won the Station champion- this week for a pair of tilts with mitted scores in his six inningson with Summitt getting three bird- against University of Florida in
a
.
ship, only to be transferred before -
The Citadel and will return to the mound. match at Gainesville.
he could receive his trophy. ies.Net
Jax before Patrick
to
journeying scores:
FSU got only seven hits off the
.
SUNDAY'S MATCH\ almost
AFB Tuesday for a two-game se- Woodward, 65, 68 133; Ana- was an -
One of the most consistent win- losers' two hurlers, but combined complete reversal of form
ries. nia, 68, 67135; Stamatis, 69, 69
ners in the weekly Blind Bogey them with the bases on balls and -- 138; McCauley, 70, 72 142,' for the local team who swept
golf tourneys on the local greens Manager Frank McCaffrey had four Jax errors to tally their 12- Woods, 68, 75 143; Moreland, through six singles matches and
nominated Frank Jankunis and
this year has been Ed Fenton, Bob Taylor as his moundsman to run total. The Fliers garnered 73, 70 143; Bernard, 71, 73 one of three doubles battles to
ComFairJax personnel officer. 144; Summitt, 74, 70 144; the easy decision.
face The Citadel's Cadets, but no only four hits off Boxer. '
Although several linkstcrs have results of the series were avail- Flynn, 70, 75 145; Strader, Playing coach Leon Wilson, due
won the event more than once, able at Air News press time. SATURDAY APPEARED to bea 78, 68- 146; Holden, 74, 73147; for a transfer soon, stopped J. F.
none have come close to equalling much better day for Jax Navyas Lanier, 69, 79 148; Tabor, 75, Thompson of the Beach crew in
Fenton's.four Bogey wins. Jax: Navy lost its chance to pull the local team struck for two 73 148; Lyons, 74, 74 148; the day's feature match of top-

ahead of the .500 mark last, week- in the "first but Gottlieb, 76, 73 153; Glass, 75 seeded players, 6-3, 6-3. But per-
runs inning, cen-
If the present rate of scoring end when it was beaten in both 75 150; Benek 73, 79 152; haps the toughest singles battleof
continues in the Mainside softball ends of a Friday-Saturday series terfielder Jim Cole poled the I Fields, 79, 74 153; Jackson, 75, the afternoon was between

league, adding'machines will be- by Florida State University's Seminoles into a 3-2 lead in the Iso 155; DeLong, 82, 73 160; Dave Schultz and Jax Beach's

come standard equipment at all freshmen, 12.3 and 7-5. top of the second with a prodigious Udovin, 77, 83 160. Crane Jones, won by the Navy

games. In the first week of the THE SEMINOLES parlayed wallop over the left field 4 netter, 8-6 and 63.
23-game schedule, loop clubs timely hitting with the fine 15-
scored a total of '453 runs in 21 barricade. I Sports ScheduleFor I OTHER SINGLES scores included
games, or a combined average of strikeout performance of pitcher Catcher John Shepherd boostedFSU's : Jack Candland (Navy)
Jerry Boxer, to take the series 2 def. E. L. Lloyd (Beach) 6-0 6-4
better than 20 runs per contest advantage to 4.2 in the Week of April 26-May ;
opener, and then outlasted the lo- seventh by singling home Wayne Golf: Jax'Fliers at Stetson U., Les Smith (Navy) def. Theaus
It's possible that the games may cals In a tight, see-saw affair on Long, first baseman, from second April 28; Fliers at Robins AFB, McDonald, 6.2, 6.2; Bob Gunn
tighten up a bit as the season Saturday for a two-game clean base. Ray Hayes slashed a three- May 1.Baseball. def. Vern McDaniel 6-2 and 6-1;

progresses, but right now a club sweep.In run four-bagger over the right- : Jax Navy at Patrick and Marshall Foote def. John

< has to score at least 10 times to Friday's game, lefthanderJim field fence to make it 5.'{ for Jack AFB, May 1-2. Cochran, 6.2, 63.
: keep from getting run off the at Keesler .
Boroff started for McCaf sonville. But the Seminoles Softball: Crackerjax I

field. frey's club but was a victim of bounced back to regain the lead. AFB, April 27-28.
AO AN-P Nines
The friendly pastures of Mason ,

Field beginning shade-of home to green of assume the which Fliers a -bright seems are II Glass Captures All-Station Golf Title I II Victors In IM


slightly out of place these days. Center SoftballAviation
The field is under the daily care I Ensign Don Glass of NATT- able to receive his trophy and holes to play, Scarbrough paired
of Special Services personnel Center's Aviation Ordnance Officers plaque at the presentation ceremonies the 16th and 18th holes and bir- Ordnancemen and
School won the Station golf Sunday afternoon because died the 17th, catching: Glass by a Airman Preparatory School won
championship this week with a he was transferred to NAS stroke on each hole. Then, in the their first two games in the NAT-

IM Golf Tourney thrilling 19-hole, 1-up victoryover Moffett Field, Calif, for duty sudden death finale, Glass birdied TCenter softball league as a. result -
eddy the same morning. Another of last week's contests.
Bill Scarbrough. the par 5 No. 1 hole while Scar-
Draws 19 EntriesThree The other flight races also Championship Flight golfer, Walt brough took five. Led by the pitching of "Baldy"Baldwin
Strader the awards for
accepted
additional Mainside came to an end over the week- THE FIRST FLIGHT final was and'the hitting of Bob
activities announced late last end as Les Platt won the First him.TilE another touch and go affair with Van Beck, Leon Bell and Bill
I i week they would field teamsin Flight title, Tom Hornbuckle annexed FINAL MATCH was a Platt finally nipping J.R.Johnson Wagner, the latter collecting a
intramural golf play this the Second Flight crown heartbreaker fo? Scarbrough who 1-up the 19th homer, the Preps edged Marine
on green.
season bringing the total of and Frank Richards downed Fred had battled back brilliantly on :Aviation Detachment, 6-5, and
league entries to 19.The' Woodward for the Third Flight the final six holes to overcome a The other two title tilts were I piled over the AE School Voltas
four hole deficit.Both golfers shot not-as close, Hornbuckle downingBill 10-3.
three late entries included i
toga.GLASS excellent golf all the way with Lyons 3 and 2 In the Second
VF-171, VF-173 and AND Scarbrough hook- Meanwhile the Ordnancemen
r I Glass carding a course par totalof Flight and Richards defeating
JAW-11. ed up in one of the finest battles 72 to a one-over-par 73 for 'Woodward 4 and 3 in Flight spilled Administration, 6-3 and
Mainside ,golf play opens the Station greens have seen in Scarbrough.The Three. Woodward, who had defeated Aviation Storekeepers,

\ next Monday, April 30 on a some time, with the AO'School new champion toured the reached the final round with a 11-6.

one-division round robin basis swinger finally wrapping it up front nine in 34 and came backin 1-up semi-final victory over W. Other results: AE, 10, NavAlr-

with all matches being played on the 19th hole with a 4-stroke 38, while Scarbrough had a W. T. Chaffin, also captured the Weaps, 5;NavAirWeaps, SS, 7;
I on Monday, Wednesday and I birdie. 36.37 for the 18 holes. NATTCenter Handicap tourneythis AGO, 16, Admin. 15; MarAvDet,

Friday afternoons. Unfortunately, Glass wasn't Still three down with Just three week. 28, SS, 4.,




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April 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


Teams UnbeatenIn f .. With Station BowlersDown 1




BadmintonThree teams remain undefeatedas Y The Alley. II


a result of the opening week's I
NATTCenter badminton Some fine bowling by NavAir- I
of the -
play Weaps One and Aviation Ord- nes' 573, which Included a 220
with
doubles league Support high was rolled during a ;
Lir- nanceman School was recordedlast game,
Splinters, Airmen Preps and Naval '
.
2,603 pin performance turned in
with
week the latter getting a
Air Weapons System taking by the Fasron in a match
strong hold on second place behind gang
matches. the Missilcmcn. with VA-175. Two other "old de-

The Splinters took two matches 1 h -c pendables" also came in with
from Aviation Ordnancemen and h..r' The Missies rolled a 2,633 series good scores for the Servico

Electricians Airmen *... ., Aviation
Aviation w Tuesday against Store- Squadron; Comdr. Max Reploglo

Preps downed AGO Ensigns, 2-0; keepers to sweep the four points hit a 537 set and Herb Sargent

NavAlrWeaps defeated, MarAv- IIarryv Beaumont continued to racked up the week's second

Det, 2-0; and Aviation Ordnancemen v pace the league with a 233 game: high a 561.

copped a brace from Aviation and a 566 total.
: Other 500-plus scores included -
Storekeepers.The Tom Barger returned to the
Yazinka and Pow- : Tony Gonzales, Special Ser
scores: alleys after two weeks leave to

ell, SS, defeated Pfluger and roll a 550 set with Lcs Graupman vices, 523; Marshall McDonald of

Backlund, AO, 21-18, 9-21, 2119. hitting 558, and Bert Murray roll Electronics, 502; Ken Love of VA-,

Capertino and Boyce, SS, defeated ing a 220 game and 531 set 172 Hotshots 555; Bill McVey of
VW-4, 500 Clarence Hennings of
;
Manning ,and Keiper, 21-11, Later in the week Beaumont's
i 0 & R, 515; Cleland Hattaway of
2117. 225 and 559 marked his final 'ea-
O & R, 526; Al Schoclhammer of
and Burner AN-P
Bertolino
+ y OFyr before transfer.
gue appearance Personnel 519 Comdr. Bob Lee
; ,
.
defeated Penney and Babcock s ;
w Barger's 590 set with a 226 set'the
542; Pat Cogan of Supply, 505;
AGO 21-12 2116. Roux and Will
pace for the Missilemen's win
Len Curtis of ComFairJax 524
AN-P, defeated Loppnow and _.,,,...-->o<_ _,________.___._..____v_ over NAWS-2 for four points. ;
and Buell of Electronics 502.
Roy
Gatchell AGO 21.5 216. "PLAY BALL" the and Fasron 109's ,
Says umpire, skipper, The Ordnancemen took four
Johnson and Varnes, NAWS, Comdr. Sid Engelhardt, jets set to deliver the opening softball for I The' standing as of TuesdayA.M.
from Airman Preps No. Two with
the squadron In last Tuesday's lid-lifter with VF-173. He showed
defeated and Martha ( .) April 24: '
Gipple such good form''with his toss that team members may call on him Dan Horn rolling 554 and Don ,

MAD, 21-S, 2111. Rotter and to do some chucking. At least he started the team off right witha Ellis hitting 533. Thursday they NATIONAL Pet

Botthof, NAWS, defeated Mooney 16-13 win.Nine. split with Special Services as VA Blubolts 50 10 .833
and Driggers MAD 21-13 VCQ 52 IS .764
,
Horn and Chuck Summitt turnedin Faeroe 6 46 18 .718

Clubs Unbeaten 214 and 203 games for the ,VAII V.-22.1 42 43 2"J 2S &T2.677

213.NAWS I Blockbusters. Tiny Wilhorn topped CommunlcaUon.t9 2S .rll)!)
V A-f4' 36U .600
TopsFAW11 'I'' Support Splinters with a 200 V 172 110110011, Z .4433 .366.334

In Mainside Softball game and 560 set. VW-44 20 4 .:US'
.312
Airman No. One held
In Preps VArnS : 41 .%1S
When the dust cleared late last week on Mainside soft- third place by taking four from \ Vr.1i3 15: 6S .03

ball diamonds, nine of the intramural loop's 21 teams were Aviation Storekeepers as John AMFJtICAN I .r'

Pistol MeetNaval still among the ranks of the unbeaten. Burner bagged 569 and Fred Daly Teams W. L. Pet
Com Jo'alrJalt 6S 3 .956
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1 In general, it was a pretty good garnered a 224 game and 518 Supply ..781.Boathouse .
striking out two. r1 M
Air Weapons School edg- .632
week all of the series.
opening ; games The standings at the end of the 'A W 11 39.15.009: '
ed out FAW-11 for team honorsas
.
were played as scheduled and the p rIOnnt'l 4() .!\XS
some 30 Station shooters turned first week: OAR 36 3 .562
weatherman lent his full coopera- i TilE ALLEY SITUATION In :su 28 .5G2
out for the Jax Navy pistol club's Team W. 140 ret. Ie. :.559 .
tion. VW-4 2 0 1.000 the Mainside loop showed little SJIt'Clal Services 31 3.1 .484
initial shooting match on the Jax VA-175 2 0 1.0110 Dispensary 30:J M .468
Police pistol range fist Saturday.The In fact, about the only people Kasmn 109Hospital 2 O. 1.0(10( change during the week.In Waves,," 8 48 .148

NAWS shooters scored an who had any complaints were C42 2 2 g 1.000 1.000: the American division, Com- NARTUWaIU 0 68 ..118.000

members of the losing teams and VA44Marines 1 0 1000 FairJax picked up its eighth .
total of
aggregate 2,854 points to 1 0 l.ooo
the official scorers who were' '- 1 1000 straight shutout victory with a .
2,826 for the FairWing'ers, 2,793 o tc 8R 1 0 1.000. THE: NAS 0 & R bowling week -
forced to add astronomical totals 4-0 win over Special Services to
VF171Communications 2 1 .667
points for Marine Air Detach-
614 set
highlighted by
was a performance -
of runs, base hits and bases on 1 1 .500 run its record to a remarkable
ment, and a 2,367 total by Cecil Supply 1 .500
I Team J. L.
by Captain
balls. VAH1FAETU 1 .500 65-3. The league leaders also
Field marksmen.The i
90-shot program was EIGHTEEN out of the 21 sched- nw 1 1 1 1 .500.500 gained four morepoints on a forfeit Bennett of Supply, the fourth
NARTU 0 .(.0 I from the Waves.
divided equally into three 30- uled games were decided by dou- VA45Operation 0 1 .(IIJO. : highest individual showing of the

round segments with .22, .38 and ble digit scores, with top honorsfor VP-16 0 0 I :.000.010 VC-62 whipped VAH-1,. 3-1, year in the Overhaul &: Repair

.45 caliber pistols, making a per- the week going to the Hospi Personnel 0 2 .000 and crept to within striking dis- circuit. Bennett's performance Included -

fect score worth 900 points. tal-Personnel clash which saw a VK173VA172 0 o 2 2 .000.000 tance of the front-running VA- games of 223 and 233.

total of 39 runs scored in a 2..151 Kasrnn 8 0 ..000Comlo'alrJalC 172 Bluebolts who now lead the
Veteran FAW-11 shooter Ralph o 2 .000 The top two teams in the league,
Allen captured top honors for the victory for the Mcdicalmen. second-placers by a scant four Accessories and Assembly, both

day in the Expert Class with an Fasron 109 tromped VAH-1, points. turned in 2-1 victories over their

807-802 victory over Nat Pratt 17.8, for its second straight victory Boathouse made the best jumpof opponents last Friday night, leaving -

who finished second. Virgilio de of the young season as pit- the week, climbing from fifth the title race in much the

La Cruz took third with 792. Allen cher John Wood weathered a 10- place to third in the American same position as last week. In

won both the .38 and .45 caliber hit attack by the losers to gain division after picking up eight fact, the only change in the first

events with respective scores of his second win against no losses. 4tl points in two 4-0 decisions over division battle was'made by Planning -

266 and 270.Sharpshooter. The winners picked up 11 safetiesoff Electronics and Public Works. No.1.Results .

honors went to Ray Meadows, V All-} hurler, Individual performances were of last week's matches

Charley Furneaux of NATTCenter who now has a 1-1 record.In off just a bit from previous included: Emergency Repair over

who tallied a 709; he was followed one of the week's best weeks; only sixteen circuit keg- Planning No. One, 3-0; Electric

by Ed Schwartz's 694. and most conservative encoun- lers broke over the 500 set level Shop over Planning No. Two, 2-1;

Bob Drysdale of Cecil Field ters, VF-171 raUied for two runs and only eight 200-plus games Engineering over Groud Check,

won first place in Marksman in the bottom of the seventh to -1 recorded for the period a new 2-1; Cowling: Shop over Machin-

shooting with, a 692, edging out nip Fasron Six, 9-8, with a coupleof low for the season.Highestgame ists, 2-1; Accessories over Pro-

Horace Abney of MAD who fireda good Joe's Crosson and honors went to duction Planning, 2-1, Metals No.

661. Shepherd providing the batting Don Nitz of VP-16 who turned ina Two over Supply, 2-1; Power

An additional honor went to punch for the winners. 235 while chalking up a 535 set. Plant over Masters and Foreman,

Stanton Smith of MAD who won SUPPLY handed VF-173 its second His teammate, Don Crockett, also 2-1; and Assembly over Metals

the firing event open to men entering -. straight defeat in- a duel of broke over the 500 mark with 501 Division, 2,>.1. .

their first match.SERVECE pigskin proportions, beating the in the same match, a 3-1 victoryover
Topped by Bennett's. 614, fife
Fighter Squadron, 1412. Charles VF173.
teen league keglers jumped over
{ STARS Owen helped his own mound The top set was bowled by Pal- the 500-mark for the week. The

\\9AMrf Fc*TW'oOtUtiOetS* cause by rapping out three hits mer Starnes of Fasron Six. Star- group and their sets included R.

CPO- Qgg and was the winning pitcher. S. Heriot 545 H. A. Flowers '525
; ;
PEHDRGW Four of his teammates: Les Hayes, Blind Bogey Honors
., G. IL McLemore, 522; P. Clark,
JAacsoalvltt
,
Cobb and
uASaA.OFN100ZIA'5 Francis Arigo, Jimmy 504;.J. F. Onstott, 547; L. Stanton,
also good Taken By McGasIey
J. L. Johannsen were
N 511; W. L. Radford, 500; J. G.

for three bingles apiece. Bob McCauley copped top Cooke, 506; E. S. McCreary, 509;

VC-62 held onto its share of honors in the weekly Blind Bogey N. S. Quarterman, 501; R. J. Rogers -

Ft cr first place with a 10-6 decision golf tourney on the Station greens 503; Charles 'Brumbaugh,

?GHOareesW4w rowAFgD"5GAu.- over BOQ in another slugfest as Saturday by firing a round of 86 503; R. L. Wagner, 514; and A. C.

.AMSRSkTET'r44M. Shortstop Homer Rouse paced a with a 16-stroke handicap for a Beatty, 501.

.FRED 14-hit attack on flinger V. P. Men- net total of '10.McCauley' The standings:
ourrsatpau;rcoaacc24q
ojTo zso diola with three hits. Winning 70 was a winner Teams W. L. Pet.Acceuorlec .
91 cRu4 oA1si when that figure was drawn from 55 32 .632
limited the losers to only three Production Plan. 50U 36tt .5no
iPS AT the clubhouse cap at the end of
hits walking only one man and BEST BOWLER If there's Planning No: 2 48ft 38% .557
the Three Planning No. 1 48 39 .552
"strikeout ar day. runner-up prizes
such a thing as a ..
Cowling Shop 48 39 "i. 2.
.. i, WEEKEND TIDE tist" in bowling, Harry Beau- were awarded to Don Hardy, Ed Electric Shop 47 40 .540'
W mont of NATTCenter'a Weapons Supply 44ft 42U .511'
Jr Gallagher and Joe Uhl who post-
6 CKoifux HIGH LOW School No. 1 team would Metals Dlr. 44V4 42({ ..'111
Machinists 44 43 ,.506
ed 79's the second'winning num-
A.M. P.M.A.M.. P.M. come close to qualifying for the Emerc. Repair! 41 46 .471
title. Beaumont, shown above ber drawn from the hat. Engineering 99 48 .448
CI.tYPIGEON Fri. 9:27: 9:48: 3:14: 3:12: about to launch another ball Power Plant 374 49% .4.11
Nearly 30 golfers participatedin St 34 53
Mast. Fore. .391
4 : down the alley, leads the Center Metals No. 2 32154!i .374
Sun. 10:50: 11:10 4:36: 4:34: loop with a 111.6 average. the event. Ground Check 20 61 .299


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II Paoe Eioht JAX: AIR NEWS 26 ADII! 1956


:" Questions On Injuries Benefits \ .

,
NAVY WIVESCORNER

I Explained In Compensation Act


(This Is the second in a series of articles on Federal Employee Jacksonville Navy Wives Club,
Compensation Act, with which all employees should be familiar). i
'. : 86, has elected five delegates to

Are The Three Days Always >ers. The following table, taken : -._ .: represent the club at the South-

Deducted From The Period With- from the Act, will tell you how east Regional. They are Ruth

out Pay Before Determining The many weeks of compensation you ,'" Reese, Betty Hickman, Mary

Amount Of Compensation?-No, will receive in the event ,that you "* Shelby, Bobby Walters and Mar I'

I If you arc disabled beyond your suffer 100% functional loss or ..", ,k.".. ., *1 Ian Townsend.
:_,, leave period for more than 21 dismemberment r--
of certain
bodily Wives planning to attend any
: calendar days or if you sustain a members. For a partial loss the >'1:; .' ....1(:.1 :: of the socials during the Re

,.N...\ paid permanent compensation injury, for you the will entire be award will be for a proportionate ;:,:.,.,).".:,., gional, and haven't signed up yet

"t N5. number of weeks. These payments ,:; ,; can contact Corrine Aston, EV 7-
; period beyond leave.
your are at the full weekly rate and 5968
,4, or Phyllis Blessinger, EV 7-
Suppose I Am Injured And
are in addition to 4959
any payments ,.. by May 8.
.\ Able To Work But I Sustain A for
periods of
disabil-
temporary
Be to watch
sure the television
Loss Of '
Earning Capacity Due To ty.
program, Open House, on May 18,
Disability ,
From-My Injury -You i Arm, 312 weeks; leg, 288; hand, from 1600 to 1700. Ruth Reese
'
1 are then paid' for your loss .of I 244 foot fi ,
; 205; eye 160; thumb, Shirley White and Corrine Aston,
''j earning capacity for '
as long a period 75; first finger, 46 great toe, 38; will be Interviewed
,t at that timo .
*
as such loss persists, or you second finger, 30 third 25 ew,
; finger, ; .I7 w-- to publicize the Regional, and
be under .
paid
schedule
may a for
toe (other than great toe), 16; Navy Wives Clubs.
certain permanent disabilities.The fourth finger, 15;; complete loss of tS.
.
rate of computation is 66- ) The redecorating of the ClubHouse
hearing (one ) 52
completeloss
;
2/3% of your' loss of earning ca- of hearing lest(both tars), 200. %L-' is going along just fine,

pacity if you have no dependent; Disfigurement: Proper and equitable and are pleased with the prog-

and 75% of the loss if you have compensation not to exceed ress. New drapes have been add

a legal dependent. The rate can $3,500 shall, in addition to any ed, along with new blinds, tile
never exceed $525 per month. other compensation flooring and a fresh coat of painton
payable
under -
What Happens If I Am Permanently this schedule,.be awarded for Ill all walls. Now we are waiting

Although Not Totally Disabled serious disfigurement of the face, BARRACKS BRIGHTENED It's two-tone colors inside the for the installation of the air-
?-The amended Compensation head of enlisted men's Barracks at Malnslde. And it's all in keeping with conditioning unit.
neck if
of character
a
the effort to
brighten the
living quarters. The
Act provides for scheduleof upper dormitory Four new members wel
a were
likely to handicap a person in securing of Barracks D is getting anew two-tone blend of canary yellow .
payments where the sole disability or maintaining employment and green from Public Works painters Stacy Turner (left and corned into the Club at the last
consists of permanent Frank KrazitMainside i regular business meeting, held

functional losses or dismember- Eye or Hearing: The degree of Wednesday, April 18. They are

ment of various anatomical mem- loss of vision or hearing under Rosemary Brouilette,' M au de

this schedule shall be determined Barracks Now dressy, Bessiemae Jones and
\ without regard to correction. Beatrice Hosea. Anyone interest

CLASSIflEVFOR Compensation for loss of binocuar Two-Tone I ed in becoming a member of Jax
Sport ThemeIn ,,86! can call
vision or for 80% or more of Mary Shelby, .mem-

RENT vision of an eye, same as for loss bership chairman., Her phone
3 rm. furn. apt. $45. Springfield, of eye. keeping with the program designed to improve the overall number: is CO 44631.

-... 39 East. 59th St. EL',67068. If I Suffer A Permanent Injury living conditions for,enlisted personnel aboard NAS Jax, barracksare Business meetings are held the

3 rm. unfurn. hse. $45. EL 6-7068.: Does The Act Make Any Provision undergoing: a redecorating: j job ,with an eye toward' bright first and third Wednesdays at

-. .d Lge. rm. 2312 College St. EV 7- For Helping Me Return To atmosphere. 1930, 1 hi the Club House, Dewey
Applied to walls and
other
partsof
3159. Clark. Productive Park. Newcomers are sure to enjoy -
Employment Yes. ternated not only between the
the Barracks will be upper
4 rm. upper fum. apt 2037 Herschel The new Compensation Act,in addition of two-tone 'colors a combination instead and lower dormitories, of the fellowship of other Navy

St., Five Points. EV 7- to the scheduled awards, which there are four per Barracks wives and take 'an active, part in
of the solid color. One color ,
4321. provides for the the 'many Welfare projects sponsored
Bureau of Employees' combination but also between adjoining Barracks
,3 bdrm. turn. hse. flamingo red ap- by Navy Wives Clubs.
$85. 6047
Lyn- Compensation
Depart- plied to the bulkheads with a ,according to Ltjg( ) Donald
wood, Wesconnett. EV 9-0259. ment of Labor, to arrange for Vocational contrasting the other. is Wiederecht, Public Works maintenance .
gray; a
Connor. rehabilitation for you with officer. MDB\ Payments Due
yellow
canary a contrastinggreen
,'3 bdrm. unfurn. hse.
$65. 6110
through facilities obtainable
it waS said. The latest technique of paint Mutual Death Benefit members
Lynnwood, Wesconnett. EV 9- through the Agency's Office of
application by rollers, is being are reminded that
0259. Connor Vocational To date, the repainting of assessment No
I Rehabilitation and utilized instead of the old' fashioned
tFor rent or sale 3 bdrm. hse. when necesary,to additional .Barracks J and C has been 60 is due by April 27.
pay
you -
brush method, since paintcan .
Lake Shore area. EL 3-6411. compensation up to $50 per completed with work progressing be more rapidly applied.

Burner. month for your maintenance on Barracks D. Barracks K The Deepfreeze
maintenance
officer said
<2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 2580 while you are undergoing
an
Riverside Ave. EV 8-7904 (after proved course of training.In ap is next on the,painting; agenda. that the work is being completedat (Continued from Pace 1))

1800)). Cowart. The color schemes will be al- the rate of one barracks every
the event that your disabil- three weeks. an important part in the opera-

Business women to share 2 bdrm. ity is due to 100% loss or loss of tImID tion, will also receive elaborate

apt. 2580 Riverside Ave $5 0 L use of a major anatomical member SAFETYBox fittings. The helicopters are on the

EV 8-7904 (after 1800)). Cowart and you continue to suffer go constantly in the cold area and '

'4 rm. unfurn. apt. 3684 Hedrlck a loss of wage earning capacity Score must again be specially equippedfor

St., Avondale. EV 9-0766. Sey after attempting vocational reha- the job.

mour. bilitation, your benefits may be Disabling Injuries Through The remodification
(2( bdrm. furn. apt. 218 Kingsley Thursday, April 26 program is
: Ave., Orange Pk. Inquire 222 continued in proportion to your Tuesday, April 24> Mainside Man Who Knew expected to be completed. by August
loss of wage earning capacity. This Month Too Much color 1.Scouting.
( Kingsley or EV 9-4973. Quigley, 1 ( drama). James
This Year 1 Stewart, Doris Day. .
j 16 rm. hse. $125. 2462 Ormsby C irOne thing is sure about living
Days Since Last NATTCenter The Lone Squadrons
Ranger
cle. EV 74730. in Russia you'd never lose an :
} 1 bdrm. furn. apt. $45.2854 Corinthian election bet Lost-Tlme Accident 20 (western: Clayton MooreJay (Continued from Page 2))

Ave. EV 84235. Silverheels. arrived is Robert Belton AA
,
Hospital Come Next Spring
FOR SALE from NATTC Memphis.
13 bdrm. 'hse, Avail. June 6. G. ]t. (drama): Steve Cochran, Ann .- .- .-
Sheridan.
; equity, $600. 6130 Bartholf Ave., FawtuLant, Det. A
Cedar Bills Friday, April 27
Ext. 775. Markus.
; Fifteen men from FawtuLant
: 2 bdrm. hse. Terms, $4500. 954 Mainside Black Knight (col- Det "A"
were recipients of new"crows"
", 103rd. St. EV 74688.: or adventure): Alan Ladd, Patri-
last week
'Ai and four first
)3 bdrm. hse $8700 total cia Median.
equity class lO's were notified that they
6105 Banshee Ave., Venetia NATTCenter-Man Who Knew had chief'sexam.
successfully the
Terrace. CO 45436. Thomson. ,, Too ,Much (color drama): James passed

j'3 bdrm.8-5664.hse.Resniik.Gar G. I. equity EV tt\\ : : -1; iY ; _Stewart Hospital, Doris- The Day.Longer Ranger by. They DuPers.Notice.will. be advanced. .later


;i3, bdrm. hse. Equity. 6304 W. Pen- (western : Clayton Moore, Jay Sewing on new chevrons were
the following men who advanced
Silverheels. were
nant Dr., Venetia Terrace. EV
7-4019. Smalley. Saturday, April 28 to' their. indicated rate:

.3 bdrm. hse. Gar. 5421 Matanzas Mainside The Way Out (dra Robert Knoch, YN1; Billie Mc-

Way, Arlington. EX 89864. ma): Mona Freeman, Gene Nel Cranie, AT; Ralph Bodenhamer,
Lohman. AMI; Wilbrod Menard, AT2;
son.NATTCenter Howard Scott AMS2 Robert Me-
,
;
;)3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5726 Knollwood Black KnIght
Alister, AD2 Kenneth
; Myers,
Dr. EV 75020. Orlowski. color( adventure): Alan Ladd
AB3; Arely Stewart AM3 and
,
;(Will swap 3 bdrm. hse. in NorfolkVa. > Patricia'Median.
Jerry Feese, AM3.
for a comparable hse. In Matinees
j '- ,. Jax. Write to T. A. Wilkinson, Kiddie matinee Also George Uptmor, AK3;
_
Saturday, April
1t'f Donald Morgan, ADE3 Carmillis
Lcdr., USN, 3825 Nansemon ;
Circle, Norfolk, Va. n.. '. m,.. _"' '-' _,,"'_..__' _'m .,_,__ Also 28,1400 Uncle: Hiawatha (color drama). Hall, BM3; Walter Crawford,

MISCELLANEOUSWanted ANOTHER WISE OWL The Jax Nary Wise Owl Club now comedy). Tom's' Cobona' (color BM3; James Overman, AT3; Walter .

) riders to N.Y. has four members enrolled. The fourth, Alfred Jones, helper general August, AT3, and Johnny Hy-
one way of Machine Division, Overhaul and Repair, Department, receives Mainside movie1800, 2000. ers, A03.
r Leaving ,*-x Wednesday, May 2 his Wise Owl Certificate from Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, O&R .Sunday & holidays-1400 also. Passing: the exam for chief
f .. at 2400. Contact Still, RM2, Ext officer. Wise Owl Club certificates ro to employees who have had NATTCenter movie
i 395. After 1600 Ext. 8322, BksIf their eyesight saved by the use of protective rorgles. Jones was -. 1400, were: Robert Breen, ADI; Robert
reaming a bushlnr by hand when his conIes were struck by a 1800, 2000. Underwood, AE1; Lanvale Smith,
r Wing D. portion of a pin ,which secures the reamer body to ,the shaft. Hospital movie 1900 only. ADI; and Wesley Koehlcr,AMS1.p .

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