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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: July 12, 1956
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There's Still Hope; Nation's Youth Favors Navy, Three-Year EnlistmentThe ;i



most popular programset questioned indicated their prefer-I Magazines, arrived at these con- Marine Corps and Coast Guard cent; College ROTC 22.6 percent; '

up to allow a young man to ence for the three-year enlist clusions after questioning about was chosen by only six percent of Draft-12 percent; Reserve enlistment -

complete his military obligation ment. They chose it over college 17,000 students in 169 high schoolsall those questioned. -6.7 percent; Six-month'
is the regular three-year ROTC, the two-year draft, the over the country. The poll, TilE QUESTIONNAIRE listed program-six percent; National
enlistment. The survey was new six-month Reserve training which was restricted to male stu the six possible military programs Guard-four percent.
recently made of high school program and regular enlistments dents, was made to determine how open to them and contained a THE INDICATION seems to bo
juniors and seniors. They also I in the Reserves or National the average youngster would complete explanation of each pro that today's youngster would
chose the Navy as the most Guard. rather serve his country. gram. The preference of the stu rather get his military service
popular service. THE INSTITUTE of Student Ironically, the six-month train- dents is shown as follows: over as quickly as possible, re.

More than 48 percent of those I Opinion, sponsored by Scholastic ing program used by the Army, Regular enlistment-48.7 per- (Please turn to pare 8, Col. 4) .
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N. Bill Law 4


The most important plec
'. of career legislation considered

VOL-14 No. 16 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 12 July 1956 by lawmakers this year
was passed by the Senate last
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:WW'--' week. It is the survivor bene .

Lump SumReadjustment flf : <91/: Comdr. Smith fits bill personnel which allows to contribute all service


.I', two percent of the first $4,200of
'. Takes Over
:'" ,..' their pay to a social security
:, fund.

For' ReservistsA J, Exec Post The serviceman and his wife
'" would become eligible for social
bill to grant lump-sum read Y security payments at age 65. This
justment pay to Reservists forced Comdr. John N. Myers, executive would be in 'addition to any VA .
officer at NAS Jack-
.out after five years of continuous compensation or military retire
active duty is ready for the Presi- \",.....<<. sonville since October 1954, ment pay.
dent's signature now. The bill was .' Monday turned oyer his postto Social security payments would
:: ,. .
.
his Cohidr. Robert
cleared by the Senate and the > successor, also go to widows with children.
House immediately! accepted the I : """,:" tif H. Smith, former opera The measure would pay new VA
.... tions and training officer on
'' ..
Senate amendments .' !' :'' compensation rates to widows
... .1 J
.:. ..w J) the Staff of Elect Air Alameda based partially on rank. Sho
The bill is designed to pay one : California.
,
would receive
a monthly payment
half month's for each
of a pay ; Comdr. Myers is leaving to attend -
; 1 plus a percent of the man's pay,
of service 18 ,
through
year years .. the Naval War College at up to $242. The six month gratu-
provided the Reservist has com- / .. ... Newport, Rhode Island. ity would have a minimum of $800
pleted his full five years. Fractions : \ ..., ..,., .
: i. COMDR. SMITH, who was bornin and a maximum of $3,000. Tho
of a year over six months {.1 ., A :i .:i
will be counted as a full year. ,.J.'" J dl :Jii. -. {':. Lebanon, Pa., attended Valley $10,000 free insurance would bo
H Forge Military Academy, Wayne, discontinued except In time of
The bill which applied to officers D.,,'.a...:.".':.'... ..:: ......""..,.:,v.A.A1: :t.__....L.-, ;'.,.,- 1y.......,_,) W Pa. before entering the Naval war.Under
and enlisted men is not re- NEW EXEC AT NAS Comdr. Robert II. Smith, (seated), Academy. lie was graduated from the bill servicemen
troactive. It becomes effectivethe new executive officer of NAS Jax, is briefed on his new assignment the Academy in June 1939"as an would not be allowed to count
day President Eisenhower by Comdr. John N. Myers, whom he relieved Monday. Comdr. Ensign. military service for both social
signs It.Anticipating. Myers will attend Naval War College, Newport, IL!. Comdr. Smith
security and civil service retire-
comes here from duty on staff of Commander Fleet Air Alameda, After his initial duty aboard the
the passage of this Calif. battleship USS Colorado, Comdr. ment. Civil Service employeescan
bill the Navy and Marine Corps Smith attended flight school at now count military service in
told its reservists due for separa- NA&Pensacola and won his avia- figuring their total Federal em-

tion they could remain on active Talent Show tor's wings in March 1942. ployment for retirement benefits.
duty until Aug. 1. This would en- FROM APRIL 1942 to March
able them to gain the benefits 1944 he served as training officer ,
from the bill. The Marine Corps with Patrol, Squadron 94 during I Personnel Heed ,
allowed both officers and enlisted anti-submarine warfare opera-

personnel to remain, while the Set July 18A tions in Brazil In March 1944 he Blood Call For
Navy made the offer to officers became commanding officer of

pnly. Scouting Squadron 40, based in
officer Cuba, serving in that capacity un- Lukemia PatientThe
Under this bill a top
last minute rush of entries is expected to swell the til October 1944.
could get more than $8,000.Thepay
would be $2,453 for the'top number of participants in the third All-Navy Talent Show After a short advanced training hand of help and friend-

enlisted grade with 17 years' ser- eliminations for personnel of the Jacksonville area, to be heldon course at NAS Ft. Lauderdalc, ship was again extended to a victim *
Fla., the new executive officer of Lukemia last week when
vice. the stage of King Hall next Wednesday, July 18.
served as commanding officer of some 401 Navy and Marine Corps
With the trials less than a week
AS Sanford; U.S. Coast Guard; Torpedo Squadron 91 aboard the personnel volunteered blood for a
Young: Honor StudentAt off, Special Services at Mainside Marine Aviation Detachment, carrier USS Bon Homme Richard Jacksonville lukemia victim.
reports but just a handful of en-
Electrician School tries. Perhaps it has been pointedout (Please turn to page 8, Col. 4)) (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 5) Following' the announcement
,_ during church services here, thata
Entering the Navy less than a personnel fear that they "are young girl needed blood to aid

year ago, Dewey Young, AEAN, not good enough" to vie for the in her recovery, the word spread
was the honor student in last honor of appearing on the net. rapidly and volunteers from all
week's graduating class from AvIation work Ed Sullivan Show on August quarters answered the call.

Electrician's Mate School 26. Such feelings shouldbe 4- swietidl Among the first group to offer .
Class A.From. dispelled, since the whole purposeof blood to 14-year old Margaret
( t1IN
Tenn. he has the Talent Contest is "to dis
Maryville, Smith of 2909 Kline Road, were
been assigned to duty at Naples, cover, develop and encourage entertaining 19 personnel from the Refueler

Italy. talent." Pool, who doubled up on their

THE FIRST AUDITION for local regular work in order to give all
participants will be held in the donors an opportunity to go to

Mainside Gym, Building 3, at the Jacksonville Blood Bank
BULLETINNaval
1300 July 18. Those who are selec- Refueler Pool men donating included

Air Station 'Jackson ted from the initial tryout will Anthony Romeo, AN; Nor-

ville will have its own Enlisted then participate in a final sessionat man Fauth, AN; Walter Graves,
Men's Club, complete with a 2000 the same evening at King A03; Wilfred Roberts, A03; Geo.
slate of officers from the ranksof Hall, located at NATTCenter.A Can Seter, AM2; Gerald Balz, AA;

the whitehats, it was learned panel of judges composed of Malcom Cox, AD3; Lawrence
yesterday. Jacksonville radio and television < Grenshaw, AD3; John Wilson,
The EM Club is being artists will select the winners. AN; John Simpson, SN; Law-

formulated to plan for the remodeling Last year's Jax winner, Emmett 1 rence Baylor, AD2; Donald Blair,
of the present recre- AD3; George Beevhold, AT3; An-
Rodifer, AN, of VP-62, won his .
ation club, the Anchorage, and way to the Ed Sullivan Show. dy Jenkins, AB3; Fred Hare, A03;

to build,.to ward construction ofa All hands are invited to witnessthe is A :Jimmy Armstrong, ,AD2, ; William
Wells, AN and Clifford Lentr
new building. show and lend their moral ; ,
The Enlisted Men's Club will support. BUG.
be just that-run for and by A strong response was also'reccived .
enlisted men based here at LOCAL ASPIRANTS,including from students at Naval Air

NAS Jax. Present plans call fora Navy, Marine and Coast Guard HOW COME? Two puzzled support personnel at Aviation Technical Training Center. Tho .
president, vice-president, sec- personnel from NAS Jacksonville; Ground Officers School at NATTCenter scratch their noggins over students volunteered to give their
and board Fleet Air Detachment; NATTCenter the blessed event of Tortilla the Turtle. Decks and compartments blood after school hours in orde
retary, treasurer a ; Naval Hospital; NAS Cecil at the school were spotlessly cleaned by the staff at AGO in preparation not to miss classes.
of All will be selec-
governors. for the new class of Ensigns expected in August, so Mrs.
ted from the ranks. Field; NAAS Mayport; Naval Turtle took advantage of the surroundings to two eggs Grady Personnel from fleet squadron
Station Green Cove Springs;.NA Weaver, BM2, and Dennis Henderson, AN, Jar the family based here also responded




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I Two JAX AIR NEWS 12 July 195ejxnjgimws



VA-45, VA-44. VP-18. Fasron 6. VW4. Fosron 109 Report



Scouting Jax Area SquadronsVA45 I


ruUUhed every Thursday tor Navy ana Marine activities at Naval Air .
Station Jacksomllle .'iorlc1a' '
HAS JMkMBvllU dominatedthe SA; and Eric Small, AA, from Charles Gemmell, AN; William
Service schools have
Capt William S. Harris Officer Gelwicks ATC
Commanding Md. ,
Cotudr. Robert 1(. Smith _............._..._.........._._......._.........._.._._..._.. Executive OfUcer activities of the "Blackbirds"in Bainbridge, ; Robert Lip8en_
who have joined.the thol, AOAN Neil
M *l Air Ja k.*avll>. weeks. the educational Two pilots ; Myers, M.
Rear Adm. Detbert S. Corn*'ell ., Commander recent Starting "Blackbirds" are Lt. Hubbard Ten Frederick Morrill Jr. AA end
Capt. Richard O. Greene ...-. .. .. Chief of Staff trend was LtJg( ) Allen ;
Eyck who will assume the duties Scotty Strunk, AA.
Fleet Air Blares
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod 'II ,?---,- Commander Keimig, who recently returned of maintenance officer, ana Ltjg( ) .
Coradr. Ulchard Davis ... Chief Staff OOlcer from weapons training at Norfolk.
Naval Air Tef ltU Trl a'ar C*> ter Dale Faler, vP-1a
Capt. Henry C. I>Lonc ,,.,w Commanding; Officer i Presently attending weapons Capt. B. F. McLeod
Comdr Edward W. Bishop -..... ...., .. Executive Officer school are Lcdr. Glendon Good VA-44 Fleet Air Command.er .
Wing Eleven
Natal
Capt. Denjamln N. AM UoipUU Commanding Officer win, VA-45's skipper; Lt. Edward Scale models of the squadron'snew presented the Presidential has
Capt. 1.. A. Newton m.,... Executive Officer Carpenter LUjg) Charles Pear- awardedto Unit
; aircraft have been Citation 'to James F. Fulkerson

Comdr. Laurence F. Sleffenhagen -NABTU Commanding Officer son; and Ltjg( )) Robert Wilion. the first ,two pilots to fly 50 ADC, and Charles IL Heath ,
AD3
Returning from the Tenderfoot hours in the F9F-8 Cougar. for their ,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is'publl.hed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Carolinawere distinguished service
Jackon\llle. .Florida and printed commercially with nnn-apprnprlattd funds SurvivaJ course in North Lcdr. John W Shuff, executive aboard the USS Bon
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.03.: Rev. Lcdr. William Edwards; Lt. Homme
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, UM officer of VA-44 presented the Richard during the Korean con,
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the Arthur Gripton; Ltjg( ) Frances models to Ltjg( ) Richard P. Bor- flirt.
U. S. Natal 1I0IIpltaLSmice
Kuntz and Ltjg( ) Theodore Mor-
Informatl6n Officer-Ledr. T. P. Morgan ; Hertal attendedthe done, first with 50, and to Ltjg) Upon completion of the Admin-
Editor Andrew II. rlant'rJ02 ton. Ensign John John J. Huber Jr., a close second.A istrative-Material inspection
Staff Reporters Kathleen Button; Jack llolmct, nil; Marlon Ciacratt. survival school at Stead AFB, the
; Nancy Ward. JO3. Nevada. new pilot has joined the Squadron was awarded a grade of
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of the Armed Forces Frets Sen squadron. Ensign Alan L. Bean, excellent.
AFPS material appearing in this publication may not reprinted without The squadron has welcomed
the. written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republlcatlon of othermatter For- who reported in from NAAS During the critique
except by service publications, U prohibited without permission of aboard the following men: Captain
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. rest Benskin, AMC; Robert Gilbert Chase Pick! Beeville, Texas, will McCleod expressed high praise
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions AN David AN David take over duties in the mainte- for all hands for achieving
8546. 211 and 8164. % ; Query, ; the
Field, AN; and Edward Davidson nance'department highest mark given by the Fleet

AN, from NATTCcntcr, Mem Other newcomers reporting Air Wing Staff this year.
.
.
aboard the squadron include:

phis.Others were: Earl South, AA; Ronald Bennett, A02; Nickolas Fasron 6

Eddie Bordeaux, AA; Carl Cragle, I IQMay.a Laqualia, A02; David Bruce, SA; New personnel reporting aboard:
Fasron Six for duty include
_. ., John
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; : James, ADI, from VF-102, NAS
\O/f. : Cecil Field, and Jack
.:.<."' Richards,
.. t : AEAN, from NATTCenter, Jax.

Sawa ,i Il' George Brundage, SN, returned

i .tii ; from the PN-1 short course of instruction -

..:..,,.....1 at Bainbridge, Md.

Ass ? Ed Williamson, AN, left for
t&
<. Norfolk, Va., to represent Fasron
Man, this summer can be the coolest, no matter what 1 Six in the Atlantic Fleet Tennis
01' Sol decides to do. It all depends on how we use our tournament.

noodles, man.Summer. : Fasron Six would like to
is time for fun. But Sol be :1 say
tool! a can a party poop, :; t : goodbye and best wishes to Ltijg( )

Ronald Gordon, who is
Doctors haven't cinched it, but they're pretty sure too : W! -j transferred to Basic Training being

much sun contributes to skin diseases. That's point one to i Command
Pensacola, this week
remember. Get some sun but be smart about it. Protect .

yourself VW-4

I Swimming can be a great sport and its healthful, man. J VW-4, the "Hurricane Huntcrs"may
But water can be a killer. Don't showboat it; don't over- .
:' have to
estimate that breast-stroke; don't dive into an empty pool. J 1 : :':" change their name
Thats point number two. + v. this year to the "ABC" Squadron.
1i, ::! : Reason: The chain of commandhas
When we sweat, man, dig the salt that pours out. But ,.'J"
those happy little salt pills are the craziest. If you've had gone alphabetical-"A" for

an active day, if you're reeling and keeling, down a salt '"" -...... ....-- "' ........... .. .>.:.:;:::. ...J4'Ow ..... Comdr. Hartsel officer D."B"Allen for Comdr., commanding
pill with a glass of water. That's point number three. ;
ANOTHER REENLISTMENT Dressed for the occasion, Nicholas Bran go, the squadron'snew
And now cats when get behind that wheel to
,
you
Comdr.
Sidney Engelhardt, commanding officer of Fasron 109
executive
officer and "C"
head for the beach or a picnic, be careful. Americans insiston swears in Albert Foster, ADI. who reenlisted for his last hitch. ;
killing themselves on the road. Summer seems to be a The reenlistment helps maintain the high re-up rate of the shuad- for Comdr, John A. Cork, opera-

top time fr whizzing along the highway to build up a ron. tions officer.
The Commanders A, B, and C
breeze.: You're crazy if you do, man.
Keep cool, man, and remember these four points. will be pitting their knowledgeand

They're a pretty potent program for the good old summer- know-how soon with the

time. (API'S) lIfelIJffl squadron's annual audacious little

tIT ladies, A, B, and C.-Anna, Betsy
I
W QUESTIONS SERVlCEMeNANDT" and Carla, this season's first three

P/\t-I/\ f. WEEKEND TIDE FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS hurricanes.New .

HIGH LOW t/tPM1wSTRATItK EVERY I>t.Y... Cj additions to the squadronare

; <- SERHCfS A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. veteran join with a : Ltjg( ) Gerald Gill has reported -

FrL 12:19: 5:55: 6.27: non-veteran in obtaining a GI It may not be the processing, in from Hutchinson, Kan.

Sat. 12:38: 1:17: 6:51: 7:31: business loan? distribution or sale or agriculture Being transferred from the squadron -

CATHOLIC Sun. 1:34 2:17: 7:49: 8:36: A-Yes, but the amount of products, such as a dairy are: Raymond Tirva, AA, to

Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, the loan on which VA's guaranty processing plant or a grain ele- NATTC, Norman, Okla.; Stanley

1000 St. Edward's Chapel. Love is like a game of cards. is based will be in proportion vator. Alexander, AA, and Thomas Kog-

Saturday Mass, 0800. Two hearts 'meet, he shows a dia- to the veteran's Interest Q-Premiums on World ler, AA. Going to NAS Johnsville,

Daily Mass, 0630. mond, they go straight to the Altar in the loan. The guaranty can- War II GI term insurance my Pa., is John J. Zaletel. AL2.
policyare *
Sunday 0930, Mass at the her face is a bright flush andit not extend to any portion of the
being waived because I have Fasron 109
all ends with a full-house. loan
constituting the
Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction non-vetteran's -
been totally disabled for Comdr. Joseph E. Kurtright, reported -
Classes, Building 463. contribution to the en- more
1930 Bible Study Group, terprise. than six months. While policyis to Fasron 109 from NR.
_. PROTESANTThursday Building 804. my Advanced Base Acorn Command,
Q-What type of farm must a under waiver, do I have the
July 12 19 Division 6.2 for two weeks temporary
Thursday, July veteran have in order ,
to qualify right to convert it to
a
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- 1900 All Saints' Choir Re- for farm training under the Korea -I of insurance? permanentplan duty.Malcolm .

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. hearsal, All Saints' Chapel.ST. GI Bill? Merritt, ADI, was

Sunday, July 15 LUKE'S CHAPEL A-The basic activity of the I A-You may convert your GI transferred to Patrol Squadron

(Naval Hospital, Protestant) farm must be the cultivation of term policy to any permanentplan Fiye, at NAS Jacksonville for
Communion
0800 Episcopal Sunday, July 15 the land or the feeding, breed- other than an endowment.You duty.
Nickelson.
Service, Chaplain 1930 Instruction Class for ing and management of live- will not be required to New men reporting aboard
0930! School for
Sunday ages personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed stock or poultry. Or it may be take a physical examination. were: Jack Bader, AO3; Richard
4
adults.
through II background, Hospital i any other specialized Q Baker, IIM2; John Adams, AD2:
0930 Service of Divine Worship farming -My three-year deadline for ff.,'" "D"
AN
George Hayes, ;
Chaplain Osman. Chapel. commonly followed in the area. starting Korea GI training will AA:
Carmody,
Goock, AN John
1100 Service of Divine Wor- come in about six months. How- ;
AN
ship, Chaplain Stephenson. I Garden Circle Meets July 18 ever, I recently enlisted in the Joe Arthur Ellis Hamberger, SN; William, AA Estey.; and Rob:
armed forces
1900 The United Fellowship I and I will be on
ert Komusin, AN.
Of Protestants, Building 722. Wives of officers who are interested active duty when that date comes of Fasron 109
.. McLeod extension 329, or Mrs. O around. Will I be able to start Harry Willis, AN,
Monday in becoming members of my AirLant
July 16 took first place in the
H.
MacPhee
EV 7-4544
,
by Mon training after I get out of service?
'1 1930 Latter Day Saints'. Ser- the Naval Air Station Garden day July 16.Organized. swimming meet in the backstrokeand

vice, Building 750.Tuesday Circle are invited to attend the A-rNo. Under the law, a vet- was chosen to swim with the

I' July 17 membership tea at 1700 July 18 this past year, the eran must begin Korea GI all Navy swimming team in Cali-

1900 Episcopal Instruction at the home of Mrs. William S. Circle is affiliated with the Gar- training within three years fornia thjs) year.Approximately.

Class, Building 563. Harris, Quarters K. den Club of) Jacksonville, the from the date of his first dis 145 members oi

1930 Christian Science Service Reservations for the tea can be largest garden club in the United charge. The law has not made Fasron 109 will compete in the

Building 750. made by calling either Mrs. B. F States. any service exceptions for veterans in fleet wide examinations in Au
on their
deadline dates. gust.Page .



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12 July 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



Behaving L'ike.A Chicken Indeed!

(jpWToTYOiRABSENTEE( I

I We'll See It At Bldg. 612 Tonight

\
$
; )>
,- U you want to see some be the world's fastest hypno concoctions known for potency

\: friends of yours behaving like tist, Merrill will show onlookers when in reality they will be

Id [ aRtDi. chickens, clucking and waving that it is fun to be hypno drinking from empty cups.
their arms as though they had tized. One of his astonishing (Don't laugh, it could be you!) .

I J_ wings, doing their utmost to highlights is the demonstrationof Too, a brave soul will

lay an egg, or thinking they mass hypnosis, where manyof fight i for the heavyweight

The Federal Post Card Application is provided by the are dogs and cows, barking and the audience go soundly and championship of "Dogland",

IS so that servicemen and others may apply for absentee government ballots. mooing, drop by Building 612 deeply into hypnotic sleep when he takes on an imaginary
The card is at 2000 tonight. IN ADDITION to having puppy by the name.of "Killer".
self-explanatory and
it; requires no postage Service
'1,, men may obtain them from their voting officers. The man who will conjureup part of the audience thinking One of the best shows
f All questions must be answered these spells is David Mer- they are chickens, dogs and booked here in a long time, it

e completely and legibly. It is pref- card should be mailed to an offi rill, master hypnotist who will cows, Merrill is known for his promises to be both amazingand

e erable-and in most cases called cial other than the Secretary of present his one and one-half "drinking act". It's a riot of amusing.

_ for by state laws-to have the State, that official's title shouldbe hour stage show from the stagein fun when all of the subjects David Merrill, master hypno
completed card certified by a substituted for the printed ad place of the 2000 movie. become "soused" when they tist, tonight at 2000 at Building

commissioned Officer.APPLICATION dress on the card. CONSIDERED BY many to think they are drinking famous 612.

; AFPS WILL provide state-by- -
cards ---
must be
__ ..
information '. ""'A" ''' '. n. "" "
state on absentee vot "' (' " "
mailed on the time schedule of "T''' :
f ing in a continuing series. Oregon, ; .: > : :\ : \ ." i r, ; \>:: ; t.
the state to which they are ad- r.: :: S : : <:: : : : :
dressed. If state laws say that the one of. the states requiring early J.., ;.. .. .> ,. .K ."'\ "' v.. ... '. ,
1 action to vote, by mail, begins this '
;
" group of summaries.

"t OREGON f.. : ; o

Servicemen, civilian employeesof
the government outside the ,

limits of the USA members of religious ,..,>., Vi
.S
groups or welfare agencies ,
! y;
officially attached to and serving > -: ,. 'a (Prepared by NATTC Librarian
with the Armed Forces and their r k ; :'? for all Navy libraries in the area.)

dependents accompanying them .. ..,'. ii... '>. Single Pebble: John Hersey's
ill may vote by absentee ballot.A t .:' new novel l will be popular for a
Hir state. .., ;
Federal Post Card .Application t4L ': ':: r long time, if one may judge by his

First in a Series: should be sent to the County, \ f '. .: .. others: Bell For Adano, Into The

The Office of Armed Forces Information City or Town Clerk, place of residence <'. I' f. ..... ,. :':. 'j. Valley, and The Wall. Shorter
and Education and the or the Secretary of State than the last one, it is a compact

States have joined forces to help not before September 7, or later ; ; story of an American engineerwho

persons who, by virtue of their than October 17. : t f : while surveying the Yangtse

duty or service with the depart- Others eligible to vote may obtain River area, experiences the :violence -

ments or: agencies of the United absentee ballots by writingto I'{ t "J. l .' '-at. "' ,J. of the river and some of

States Government, will be absent the Clerk place of residence, 1 China's ageless civilization.

from their legal voting places this within the above time limit. -.c9iFlCER RECA K. ; The Girl lie Left Behind: An-

presidential elution year. Ballots will not be sent to the .. other new one by a favorite
To guideyou as to your state's voter before Oct. 17. The marked author! Remember See Here, Private

particular absentee voting laws, ballot must be back in the handsof ALWAYS AN OFFICER The only chitchat In the Navy Hargrove The former lIar-
AFPS has prepared a three part election officials five days be- who'll always be an officer is Charles Officer, AN, of Aviation grove satirizes life in the "new"
voting series. This article is the fore election day ., Storekeeper School at NATTCenter shown here with Evelyn postwar army.
Auiford. Officer checks officer status.
first In a scries of.articles dealing For further information consult Wake Up The Echoes: Especi

with how you become registeredin your voting officer.-(AFPS) ally for those interested in sports

order to vote by absentee SAFETYBox Study DispersalOf who enjoy short stories and anec
ballot.. ty clerk of residence or, if a resIdent -
dotes on various aspects of many
MAINE of Douglas or Lancaster Score sports. Best Sports Stories, 1956,
county to the election commis- Navy Forces
All unregistered residents
except is the new addition of a well-
members of the armed forces sioner. Disabling Injuries Through read scries.

and certain civilians, must regis All other qualified persons may Tuesday, July.. 17 In AtlanticWider The Funny Men: Who doesn't

ter In person at times and places register by absentee by request- This Month 1 appreciate comedy Profiles of 15 ,
ing "registration forms" from
established by local boards of reg- one This Year 2 dispersal of Navy forces i of America's successful comedians '
istration.v of the above offices.These'requests .
may be made at Days Since Last on the Eastern Seaboard may be I is an interesting addition to the

Registration is permanent unless any time, but it is recommendedthat Lost Time Accident 8 the result of studies now being biography section.
a person has changed his
they be made at least 90 Panzer Battles: A study of em-
name or his residence. made by Adm. Jerauld Wright,
election ployment of armor in World War
Members of the armed forces days before day. "How does that sailor friend of commander: of the U.S. Forces in
II[ is of special interest to person-
civilian employees serving outsidethe As the two e bopsters stared in your make love?" the Atlantic. nel interested in military art and
territorial limits of the U.s. "I would define it unskilled .
awe at the rushing torrents of as The study is directed toward science.
and their spouses may vote with I labor" Pictorial History Of The U.s.
Niagara Falls, one of them turnedto finding means to scatter the fleet
out making a formal applicationfor Navy: An ideal browsing book,
his companion and said "Hey wide
over a enough area so t it
registration by completing the cat, did you renumber to bring The loafer's only goal in life is can't be knocked out with one full of pictures with explanatory
Federal Post Card
aplication for the soap?" to make the weekends meet. text, covering the years 1776 to
an absentee ballot and mailing it superbomb.No 1897. -

to the clerk of your home town. definite conclusions have New Psychology For Leader ,
CROSSWORD PUZZLE".ACRO"
MISSOURIAll been reached as yet, but Adm ship: An extremely important
persons, except members of 1& o t l' 18 If Wright has pointed out that ade- subject with a growing literatureof

the armed forces, must register In .1inkwore.,1UwMt- III 1<'. :" ", quate dispersal of the sea force! timely interest to all men and

person if residing in a city or ,,1-IIoft.,ood&rue-II may take one or several modesof women who are accepting, or plan
town where registration is re :: ItS a' -5 operation. to be ready to accept, the respon-

quired. II-h&I s .. 'l" it Shifting of several home ports, sibilities of leadership in any
Registration is required in cities It-BIdop'. >.at //.h field.
7- o&kts.Baa more rotation of ships and ex-
having a population of 10,000 i1& H -- : II "
or o Military Justice In The Armed
more, in counties of more than IO-Twa.. ....4. orb' __ I tended periods of deployment are Forces A
-- ",. -, N some of the moves being consid- : new guide, especially
.
450,000 and in counties where It-I'.r Oiat'I ered. prepared for the non-lawyer.
there is a city of at least 400,000 11-ateltarI Jf ,. Nt Deliver Us From Evil: Account

population. v J' + for .,., t'l"W .. tJ1 I Also being considered Is the of the Navy's aid to Viet Nam's
All members of the ".loUt'" I V..trtIEe / possibility of a buildup of fleet
armed for .... t .. 'l"afCwt / facilities in the flight to freedom.
British West In-
ces may vote by absentee process Into a nll., : 'l/ / : : :1 Russian Journey: Observationson
.. dies. If this is undertaken, it is
without being registered. I 'I' fa :'I'/;f'/: the southern part of 'Russia,
contemplated to assign fleet unitsin
NEBRASKA ...-"...' .N .. +.. IF nPar..f :"t I the islands where they will be Central Asia and parts of Siberia
Registration is permanent in home-ported. gleaned by William O. Douglas on
Douglas and Lancaster counties.In O tI a e his recent trip. You will recall his

cities of over 7,000 population, :J4. 'd H u S6 astute ability to portray places

re-registration is required this ,..-.........t... Plan 'Chute and people and realize the contribution w
year; *.rwwwr.rar.r Jump this volume is to our
-Cfcnrefc b.nctt"11Pr.clpttall.nei.ta. .
Unregistered members of the t -. .. t II If-A .t&t. (abbr. -Not.. '1 .Call knowledge of the area.
a-Cuno.nat.< t..0 J5-Declace
armed forces, civilian employees lip .v' ..r more .7-P.eUet1p& .za-Mad.eomtortabl.aw 18 Miles High Canary Island Adventure: Delightful -
serving outside the territorial .tlon. (abbr.) ,n'Call. ,". story of a young family'squest
e'- SS-15ap.aam h-Mrt I (
limits of the U.S. and their t-.P-r- 4O-.A etat. Cabbr.III- t-c. The Air Force plans to para- for the simple life they desired -
... wit.... .
spouses may make'application for 6t-are.rr (oo0o41 -watt CJ-Po.eulre. ''I7-Mu'seam chute men from balloons riding and had the courage to seek.

'registration' when an -absentee N-N-IJon plrla.4 .enN s-w..4 t-8IaarIft.plantPIock.w A4-Plante 4 .It-Pronoo."leu' 17 miles above the earth. Thing Of Beauty: A. J. Cronin's '

ballot is requested. .tk.ra {-Anao-8aie. IO-X&n'. The bailout would take place latest book is a mature and

Enter the* statement "please OOtYIdli.Ma.I.t ft-lll.1nODQ'.... M w..M ti-.r od.1 over the New Mexico desert late thoughtful novel of a man who

mail registration forms" in the 1' QIRT to.oi Iok .ra!. :aaoo--Aeforl: : stunt next fall. The men would jump sacrificed family and career in
margin of the Federal Post' Card from heights as much as twiceas England to become an artist.:Good

application! and mall to the court- (Answer on rat S, C//1 I. 5) heretofore attempted. choice for summer reading.







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.. :,.., ,a a>RaS+1l BaS tc :,', ...r' ,:'...,...:nnr..nvs aS son officer, reads, Capt.his orders Norman as Ander.he I
. NARTU : personnel take time :: to spell out = unit In observance of the 10th annlvtrsar1"of ih Navy :Marine Air Reserve turned command of the unit as-in

Command. ... ....._ ceremonies last Friday.
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'. "Weekend Warriors", the men who make up the Naval Air Reserve, are an important ..' .:......... : "-It .I
segment of the naval air forces of the expanding Naval Reserve Program.Now .. ,

In its fourth decade, the tenth anniversary motto of Jack "Weekend Warriors" squadronswere \' :
naval air reserve program has sonville's famous Weekend Warriors tested and found ready. : t i : i

come a long way since its Incep- is one that carries with it First to be activated was Fighter :

tion. The program was put to Its all the meaning and pride that Squadron 7'4 2, commanded by ..,.. ,. r
first major test in World War II marks the progress of the Naval Lcdr. E. A. Fischer, and was de- .' ., .,' :

when thousands of "WeekendWarriors" Air Reserve Training Unit at' ployed to the Mediterranean for *1, ., '.:. : :, .
became fulltime Navy <'.A\:+.'S.4': :.:.. ;."t> < (
NAS Jacksonville. duty. Marine Fighter Squadron : ".'.... :...> .. J.
men, fighting on all fronts of the FROM- ITS BEGINNING in 144, commanded by Lt. Col. Ted .. : :
global war.During .
April 1946 when Capt. F. W. Mobley, was activated and sent to : .
the Korean conflict, the Priestman took charge of the or- Korea where it saw action. ... ....". .'. .v. "'''' "
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Naval Air Reserve really paid off. ganization of the unit at NAAS PATROL SQUADRON 741 commanded .

Some 42 Reserve Air Squadrons, Cecil Field, NARTU Jax has hada by Lcdr. C. W. Rogers, : .... :

including three from NARTU Jax, distinguishing and progressive was activated and dispatched to ,.,.,. ,.. ..,'t.,!.< :.z. <">" L;':;,'+. ,
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were activitated. In March 1951, ten-year career. the Mediterranean and to North .:.' t. '" t

the first all-reserve air group, op-, In September 1946 the whole Africa. In 1954 this same squadron I j. .
erating from the USS Boxer hit now performing annual two ,
unit moved to NAS Jacksonvillewith : s J.: j .
the Korean front. Of 8,000 combat I weeks active duty for training,
the original four squadronsand
sorties flown during a typicalmonth's made and
a goodwill trainingtour
began the building of the I.. 1 '
operation in Korea, ap- of Europe and the Mediter- :
unit which after ten short 0) '
present .. ,
proximately 75 percent were by has expanded into the 14- ranean, flying 16,000 miles in I > i '/
years
: ectivitated naval air reservists. squadron unit of today. fourteen days, and stopping at :: +
TODAY THE NAVAL Air Re such points as the Azores, Istan- : '
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serve Training Command is made Capt.The Norman new commanding O. Anderson officer took, bul, London, Gibraltar, and Mar-x _L-. .. m.n ...n..m__._... ..,.... ......"... ....._' ......... -".........! ..........T.r1'". ,
up of 21 Reserve Naval Air Sta- seilles.
tions and seven Naval Air Rei over the job of leading NARTU Latest and fourteenth squadronto Reading from top, and left to right, are the commanding officers -
Jax, after reporting aboard July of squadrons of NARTU. Comdr. Goodwin Taylor, Air Wing
i serve Training Units. 1, 1956 from the Bureau of Aero- be commissioned, Air Transport Staff-74; Comdr. W. T. Branham, Fasron (VP-741; Comdr. Charles
This month marks the 10th anniversary nautics in Squadron [741, was created in December Rogers, VP-741; Comdr. L. G. Barnard, VS-741; Comdr. C. L. Pen-
of the Naval Air and Washington. of 1955 with Comdr. Vincent ner, VF-741; Lcdr. Harrr Kincald, VS-742; Comdr. W. A. Barwick,
Marine Air Reserve Training The Marine Air Detachment at P. McClintock, taking over. AAU-741; Comdr. Garland Poffenberger, Fasron 741; Lt. Col.
Thomas Morris, VMF 144 Comdr. V. P. McClintock ATS-741 and
i Command. NARTU is commanded by Lt.Col. One of the busiest places in ; ;

"Four To Fourteen In Ten", they R. W. Teller who arrived in Aprilof NARTU on the weekends is the .Lcdr..... ._. James. Fulton, VP742.VS742 .. .. ....n _" U .:4....
I this year from Japan where he Technical Training Division a 1 +
I had command of a Fury jet squad. complete technical school staffedby
ron. With the combined 20 officers stationkeeper personnel and

and 208 enlisted men, the weekend reservists from local
"stationkeepers" maintain the 45 schools and universities. A com-

i >F fighter, antisubmarine, patrol and pletely integrated course of instruction -
training aircraft assigned to the takes a young volunteer
a1t
Unit.
along a progressive course of advancement -
TilE 14 RESERVE squadronsnow
{ to a qualified fightingman
attached to NARTU Jacksonville capable of carrying out his,
I are: Air Wing 74 Staff; Fleet national obligation. in the time of
Aircraft Service Squadron (pa need. 4 N>0 !
trol) 745; Fleet Aircraft Service Members of these reserve units

Squadron 741; Attack Squadron are students, business men,
741; Attack Squadron)42; Patrol teachers and working men who

Squadron 741; Patrol Squadron give up about 10 percent of their
742; Air Transport Squadron 741 I
; time each year (one weekend p..' II I
fend Marine Fighter Squadron 144; each month plus two weeks an- ,
Auxiliary Air Unit 741 located at I nual training duty), in order that Q} f

Jacksonville; Auxiliary Air Unit the United States may be able to
T1tI/; 743 at Orlando, Florida; Auxiliary con4uct it's affairs with honor and

i / : ,. Air Unit 742 at Columbia, South dignity in-the World forum.
Carolina and Aviation
; Ground
IliY g.... Unit 742 at Tallahassee, Florida.At They admired are to for be their congratulatedand demonstrated tIL A

Two "Weekend Warriors" the advent of hostilities in ,........_..._...N..._..,,:.. ... w__
I recognition of their
In obliga-
load a practice bomb the bay
I. of a P2V patrol bomber. Korea in 1951, Jacksonville's tions 'as citizens. pilots and clew members hold a briefing prior to an

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day of the
riors" are involved. The TV-2 trainer Jet sIr anN. -s+abmarlae Tracker; and the Inspection and year for the Weekend Warriors Is the annual military
review. This is the
rescue
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I II) KnotHappy Sailor Knows His KnotsKnots I,


of all kinds, miniature ,
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SALTY HUMOR' FROM accomodation and booms, bordered ladder, hatches by- a.,Y": '. I'l t r I'I t' I 'SI/: ... '

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HERE AND'THEREI I RW
signal and recognition flags of
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love the girl who does; all kinds are represented on Letters from home are always a

I like the girl who doesn't; an 18-inch square knot board joy to receive but as hard as they

I hate the girl who says she will prepared during off duty p M.-. /i ::1 ; try, our loved ones and friends

And then decides.she won't; hours by Andrew Krisko : cannot get used to the Navy way
But the girls I like the best of all, BM1, of the discipline officeat ';::: r,
And I know you'll think I'm the Naval Air Technical ,:: of life. Following are just a few of
..
right, .. Training Center. : ., i ( ) the most amusing statements

Is the girl who says, "I usually Included in the array are 32 found in letters received by per
don't sailor knots, fancy knots and Msx e ....i .< sonnel.
nut just for you I might." bends. A miniature heaving line
One aunt upon receiving a com
_. .
0 with monkey fist, messenger and
Judge (after sentencing a pris- hawser is only K-inch in diameter. plaint from her beloved niece

oner to a 99 year term) : "Have Wire rope of tiny proportions also about inspections, replied hastily:

you anything to say?" has been spliced, long, short and "Peggy, I still can't see why the
Prisoner: "All I know is that eye.THE Il Navy makes you stand out in that
you're too darn liberal with other DISPLAY includes a cargo hot sun. My advice is next time,
people's time." hatch\ with yard and stay rigging, ;; you just refuse to attend!
S S two miniature five-ton booms s
Then we have the smaller brother
"See that girl? That's my girl. with winches. ,who wrote his idol: "Dick,
"Uh-huh, good looking fur Small-boat guest warps and glad to hear you made seaman.
coat she's wearing." ladder, an accomodation ladder When do they put you In chargeof
"Yeah I her that." used alongside moored ..
gave or anchored 'yipnwva a ship.

"Pretty hat, too." ships, staging and bos'n .. One Wave received this bit of
w m .n. n.
"Ycah'I gave her that." chair also are attractively placedon
KNOTS'TO YOU More than 150 hours went Into this warning from her concerned
hobby
she'swearing. the board. At the bottom
"Boy, what a sparkler knot board created by Andrew Krisko, BM1. of the discipline office, grandmother: "Carol, don't go
." above the flag border, are differ at NATTCenter. swimming in that ocean. I,saw a
"Yeah, I gave her that." ent types of navigation buoys. movie the other night and those
"And say, that's'a cute little. FORMING AN inngr board is a alligators in Florida are simply
boy she has with her." 20-foot miniature lead line with Benefits Under WWII GI Bill terrible." -
"That's her brother." scaled markers.
Last but not least we have the
.
The speaker of the 0 evening year Krisko Navy, a vet.15. f't-r--:1:;,.: t '' Will Come To End On July 25 determined right to the point mother: "If who you came don't

asked the chairman of the meet- eran; participated .. 1
like-it down there, Janie, write
ing for a glass of water on his in both" t Training benefits under the WWII GI Bill, which helped veteransof and tell us and we'll come down
table. World War II the second global conflict become the best-educated generation of and brine home!
"To drink?" was the. chairman's and the Koreancampaign. r:'. Americans in the history of the nation, will end July 25, 1956. you
Yes, families and relatives are
question. I n During the length of the bill,
"Oh, no," he replied.: "When the latter he more than 7.8 million of some 15 for 52 weeks.:Although this bene- nice, and it certainly is wonderfulto
I've been speaking a halfhourI was with the { million veterans who served in fit was the first to go, almost nine hear from them, but do you
do a high dive." assault at In- 4 WWII received i occupational million veterans took advantageof ever think they will really under-

chon and WonKrisko training or went to school at gov it. However, only 10 per cent stand'military life? : .
.
Nurse: "You wish to see the san with elements of the First Ma. ernment expense. took full rights.

young man who was injured in rine Division, and with the U.S. ALTHOUGH ALMOST 70,000 3. Training or. education up toa Celebration of Independence

the auto accident? Are you the First Cavalry at Pohang Dong immediately vets are still participating, educa- maximum of four.years, with day around Wave Barracks 723
lady he was with? after the conflict flaredin tional rights will expire tor all $500 a year for tuition and books and 720 was much the same as in
Girl: "Yes; I thought it wouldbe July, 1950.Okay but those who enlisted between plus monthly subsistence allow- homes throughout the U.S. An
only fair to give him the kiss 40 ances. afternoon at the' beach and picnics
Oct. 6, 1945 and Oct. 5, 1946, un-
'" WITH MORE and such. But for the Crac-
he was fighting for. der the Armed Forces Voluntary THAN half of the
S Disability Recruitment Act. WWII veterans'training under the kerjax j theirs was another goal in

"How come you didn't turn out? These individuals have nine bill, 2.2 million attended collegesand sight apart from the day's outing.

Didn't you hear the bugler: blow Retirement For'Interruption' years from the end of their enlistment universities; 3.5 million wentto Lift that spade, push that hoe,
reveille?" to complete their training schools below college level; 1.4 pull that rake-could": well 'de:

"Honest, chief, I'm afraid I'm according; to the Veterans million took on-the-job training; scribe the activities of the Wave .
going to be a flop as a soldier. I Administration. All other WWII and 700,000 enrolled for on-farm Softball unit from 0700-1300 on

don't know one tune from another The Comptroller General has veterans are subject to the July studies, a combination of class- the Fourth. Turning out in full

," admonished the services in their 25 deadline. room ,and practical work. force, equipped. lawnmowers, ,
S decision to return a serviceman to The bill, signed into law June The Korea GI Bill, enacted in rakes, spades and the boy friends,
While searching for a cigar basic-pay status solely in order to 22, 1944, carried three principal 1952 for servicemen on active the lassies turned to reconditioning
stub, the hobo discovered a check give him disability retired bene- benefits to help servicemen read duty between June 27, 1950, the their softball diamond. Blisters
valued at one cent. He immedi- fits under the Career Compensation just to civilian pursuits: date of the outbreak of hostilitiesin appeared on lily-white hands

ately dashed to the nearest bank Act. 1. A program guaranteeingloans the Far East,and Feb. 1, 1955, and bottle after bottle of soft
and asked the teller; He ruled that disability retired for homes, farms or busi provides benefits similar to thosein drinks was consumed but the

Hobo: "My good man, will you benefits might accrue even though nesses, which is still in force, but the WWII legislation. work never slackened as the girls-
please cash this check for me. I there is an interruption of service will close in July, 1957, unless Under this newest veteran assistance in-blue cleared away the base
am a very busy man"and I'm in between the time the disease or Congress extends this provision. measure, education and lines; built a new pitcher's mound
such a hurry" injury is incurred and the time 2. Unemployment assistance training must be completed priorto and backstop area; cut the infield

Teller: "And how will you takeit when it become disabling. providing payments of $20 a week Jan. 31, 1958. AFPS) and outfield grass until it resembled
sir, heads or ,tails." HE POINTED out a disease or a smooth green carpet, and
injury may be incurred in one -'"--><1 I hauled load after load of weeds
period of service and become dis and grass from the diamond. *
Artist's\ Guild[ abling in another period; Retire- Finally at 1300 the last tool was

ment benefits would accrue in put( away and grins of satisfaction
Classes DraV'Servicemen that case, he said, whether the interruption broke out on the faces of the

was for more or less Crackerjax and ,helpers, as the
than 90 days.WITHOUT. group surveyed the morning's
CITING cases the work. There before them was one
Servicemen and their wives are Defense Department asked him of the best conditioned softball
when a disability is incurred. He fields on the Station.
invited to join the Thursday eve-
said it is incurred when the disease .
ning art classes sponsored by the or disability begins. This is ,
Two Malnside Waves the
Joined
*
Jacksonville Artist's Guild at the often long before it become disabling ft __ i forces of American housewiveslast
I Riverside Lions Club South Mc- he pointed out. __
l'' : ? weekend as Alice Newbegin,
! The Comptroller said, "There \
Duff Ave. AC3, attached to Operations Con
to be no authority of law, ,
, A number of servicemen and appears trol Tower and Marty Cox, SN,
however, to return a member.,. .
their wives are already attendingthe to basic-pay status solely or pri attached to Communications were l.
F married on Saturday, July 7. Ann
Thursday classes in figure marily for the purpose, through
Wilson, PHAN, Photo Lab, will .
drawing from live models. Classesare hospitalization or otherwise, of establishing walk down the aisle with PFC

held the first, second and a basis to grant him re- Bob ,McInnIs of Marine Barracks,
in
benefits
tirement prescribed
fourth Thursdays at the Lions Saturday, July 14.
Title IV of the Career Compensation I .
Club building .and the third Act. I .

Thursday at the home of Mrs. Rhymes of thcTimes

Russell.Seymour, 3684 Hedrick St. You make your bed, There's nota _..,,;.-.-.>'.-.-. ,,,,.. N "____ ROUUP TUB cow RI.CKITY
Miss Carol Tyson is the model. wrinkle; You shine your shoes, ....
BUAER ADMIRAL TRIES A3D Chief of Bureau of Aero / SPLIT,
The Artist's 'Guild also holds Until they twinkle; You sweep nautlcs, Rear Adm. James Russell (right), dons flight'rear in pre. LOVCI.V CAR \
morning classes on Thursday with, the floor, You even mop; You paratlon for his first flight in an A3D Skywarrior' Jet at Heavy A.5K'j 1i
water color and oil painting for scrub the windows, And the ledgeon Attack Squadron One here. Assisted by (left to right) Eddie Wall,
AA, and Comdr. Joseph Dorrington the takes cover under
group
adults You shine 'em again, Till
at 0930 and drawing and top;
the wing of an A3D to escape a torrential downpour. Despite the
painting for teenagers at 1030, at you see your reflection; Then monsoon weather, the Admiral's enthusiasm wasn't the least bit .r
the Lions Club building. what happens? No inspection! dampened. _

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'We're Eating Ourselve To'Deafh'-'


'Overweight' Definitely Becoming. Family Problem, Says Dr. Moore I _


"It you are overweight, you housewife the responsibility of lost 11,000 pounds'of excess "Scientific advancement in new trends set forth at the recent -
are fortunate declared Capt. meal planning to include proper weight at the master jet base, the field of nutrition is of no convention meeting of the
Jerome A. Moore, senior medical nutritional balance, Doctor as personnel other than thosein value if we remain ignorant or American Medical Asociation
officer at NAS Cecil Fieldat Moore emphasized that in the aviation became interested, indifferent while we continue as well as by statistics and observations -
a recent meting of Navy' interest of her family's health Doctor Moore claims. ,Wives,. dietary habits learned in ear resulting from his
Doctors Wives Club here. she can acquire the new altitude children, and, even teenagers lier years coupled with those own Cecil Field program.To .
"Overweight can be considered toward food by: Reading signed up for the program, according acquired through enticing color help preserve the health
an early symptom of a disease current authentic: books on nutrition to the detailed statis advertisements," stated Doctor of the family his capsule advice
which if controlled, can ; by resisting pressure tics. A universal drop in blood Moore. was: reduce, exercise, and
not only stop but reverse certain advertisements "luscious pressure, one of the most gratifying THE CAPTAIN documentedhis cut down on fiat consumption.
pathological processes lures" of magazines and news- and at the same time talk with insurance stalls- Recommending the avoidance
which lead to hypertension, papers; by reducing the quantity spectacular'results of almost 'tics, studies by Ansel Keyes of of animal and hydrogenerated
coronary disease, and diabeles of food served, as we needles any loss of weight, is shown bya the University'Df Minnesota, vegetable fats, he suggested the
," the Captain declared. than we think; by encour- series of graphs kept from statements of Dr. Paul Dudley use of' natural vegetable oils,
PLACING IN THE lap of the aging the family to eat more week to week.BRFIAIN'S., White of Harvard University, which seem to play a part in

slowly, thereby allowing for I cholesterol metabolism.
the principle of satiety.For "
over a year and a half
a F Civvies OnOptional
> P Dr. Moore has been directing a
program of "Operation Weightand
Balance" to the
3 i ?Rbr encourage Basis
attainment of ideal weights and
the instigation of proper food
At -
habits. Initiating a program to PentagonThe
better qualify the "human pi
lot" to live and operate in the Navy Department and Marine

'':, new world of jet aircraft which Corps Headquarters issued a
'oTr fly higher than 50,000 feet and directive July 1, making mufti optional -
+,1 ii faster than sound, the Cecil : and some officers and warrants -
Field flight surgeon set out to have already begun wearing -
eliminate any physical hazard civilian clothes on their jobsin
that might bring destruction to the Pentagon.

pilot and plane. Good physical The Coast Guard was said to be
condition is a prerequisite for preparing to give the option to
the flier whose universe demands enlisted men as'well as officers.

pressure suits, oxygen Officials pointed out that when
masks, pressurized cabins, and officers had the, option at other
other mechanical aids. times the enlisted men were in-'
OVER 900 PERSONS have eluded. -

FROGMAN SLINGSHOT Almost two and one-half secondsa THE RETURN OF the prewar
Navy SecretaryTo lifetime if you are under fire-have been shaved from the timeit I custom of wearing civvies while
takes to snatch a frogman from the sea and deposit him into a
SATELLITE MODEL lifeboat. The time-saving device is .sort of sling-shot, (demonstrated on departmental duty was made
tured above is a I/ Sth rlc.l In above), designed Developed by All American Engineering optional following orders by Defense -
size model of America's Participate Co. in cooperation with the Office of Naval Research. The device Secretary Wilson and President -
space satellite. Project officials stores accelerated energy In a spring-loaded bungee cord which is Eisenhower. Mr. Wilson first
estimate the satellite will stay attached to a boat boom suspended over a rubber boat. At the other
aloft two weeks. ands Mrs. Navy ContestThe I end of the taut cord is a snare for the swimmer to grasp as the boat wanted officers and warrants to .
(top) is the satellite attached reaches him. be required to wear civvies in the
to the third-stare rocket Fleet Reserve Association Washington area. President Eisen.
,which then drop will away.five JJ a final push, I announced through Lcdr. George VA Warns FarmingIs hower, however' felt this would
Deck, Navy Department Liaison create an economic hardship on
Officer for the "Mrs. U. S. Navy Full Time, JobFor some individuals and called for
Contest," that information was received mufti on an optional basis.The final
by telephone from the office future farmers planning orders were issued by the ser-
of the Secretary of the Navy on-the-farm training, the Veterans fNOTES.On vice secretaries based on the
that the Honorable Charles S. Administration has a warn White House suggestion.

Thomas, Secretary of the Navy, ng-it's a full time job, not a TilE NAVY AND Marine Corps
will come to Long, Beach on the bobby Saturday, July 14, the CPO told their officers and warrant
(AFPS Weekly Feature) 14th and 15th of September to Only 180 hours- of outside 'em Club will feature barbecued hot officers their civilian dress should :
ACTOR John Wayne has com' deliver in person the title of ployment as a maximum may betaken dogs and hamburgers on the patio follow the custom and practice of
pleted negotiations with Me ro. "Mrs. U. S. Navy 1956" to the on during any 12 monthsof for .convenience of the swim- civilian executives in the Wash..
Goldwyn-Mayer to portray the lucky wife of some enlisted man the training period, the VA mers. The barbecue will com- ington area. The Navy said officers -
late Comdr. Frank (Spit Weadin of the Navy. said: mence at 1400 and will continueto should make certain that
the movie Long Beach will be the scene ; During the training period the the closing of the swimmingpool their personal appearances are appropriate
"The Wings of 1tl: for a Fleet Review, consisting of farm trainee receives an allow at 1930. for the occasion and up
Eagles. Cmdr. 1t < w a "Fly Over" by naval aircraft I ance, based on the number of his On Sunday, commencing at hold naval standards of good
Wead, ,a pioneer and a "Pass in Review," by shipsof dependents, that decreases as the i 1400, the Club will feature two taste. Marine officers were told to
in navy 's w the Pacific Fleet in Long Beach veteran progresses in training. I dinner items for the patrons. Barbecued dress in a conservative style.

aviation and at ", larbor. spare ribs and/or barbe- Enlisted personnel in the Pen-
The finals of the contest will be cued chicken will be served on.the
one time an tagon are still required to be in
telecast nationally from Long buffet .style. The cost
MGM script patio, uniform except while on leave or
Beach by the Columbia Broad- ..b. order for either dinner for
per
writer, played J6Y)M1 Y d.\.. Rft. liberty. Navy and Marine officers
casting System and immediately the adults is $1.20 and 60 cents and warrants will be required to
a big part in following the winnerand her
for the children.
# wear uniforms on the following
the successfulinvasion family will depart laden with Club officials announced for the occasions: On watch; when in
of the s gifts for a tour of the United convenience of patrons transfer- command status; when taking;

Marianas durRita Moreno States and Honolulu. ring from or reporting to NAS, part in military ceremonies; ap..
Among the many prizes she will the Club will make available a
ing WWII. The historic battle pearing before congressional com
receive will be a 1956 automobile.The bulletin board for the purpose of
dubbed Marianas Turkey mittees; when attending formal
was
contest is a Navy wide con- listing household effects, automo-
Shoot because of the heavy losses social occasions if the invitation
suffered. test to select an outstanding Navy biles, etc., that these patrons may specifies and when prescribed by
the enemy wife, who has contributed to her desire to sell or purchase.The I authority for other appropriate
Latin lovely Rita Moreno doesa husbands naval career and is nota bulletin board will be occasions.
side-splitting take-off of MM in beauty contest. erected and available for such

the comedy "The Lieutenant Wore Deadline for submission of applications usage in the near future.
Skirts. Handsome he-man is 15 July 1956. Appli- < SCUTTLEBUTT
Rock Hudson will play Col.. Dean cations are available at the offices The officer-of-the-day, touringthe .
Hess in "Battle Hymn," life storyof of Jax Air News, Room ,230, galley, halted a messcook who
the famous WWII and Korean Main Ad Building. ,was carrying a soup kettle.
War hero who left the pulpit to I "Here, let me taste that," the t" 'd1
fly a bomber Pvt. Pete Pal has hired in two years. OOD demanded. The messcook irivttivia C: '
Yl; :
;
mer, Brooke Army Medical Cen Sophia Loreo, the hottest dish obediently supplied a ladle.
terJ gridiron star at Ft. Sam exported by Italy since piza pie, "Do you call that soup?" he.
Houston, Tex., is the first to admit is the main course in the film roared, sputtering. >:
he gets as big a boot out of "Too Bad She's Bad. Hand "No, sir," was the meek reply- {
singing arias as he does playing some Joseph Moran son of actress i "that's dish water."
football. Palmer, a first-string'' Thelma RItter, enlisted in .
tackle on the 1952 Illinois Rose the Marine Corps right after portraying A sailor known to think no
Bowl champions, made his debut a leatherneck in the Aim- more of a dollar than his right
recently on a-local TV color "The Proud and Profane. MONROE? --Diana eye, sent his wife a check for a .
show.UniversalInternational. Sewart AFB Tenn., is represented Dora Britain's answer to million kisses on her birthday.She iir'AM
Studio in Tactical Air Com- Marilyn Monroe, gets her first promptly wrote him a reply:
second of Talen look at the United States. Bat "Dear Joe: Thanks for the generous .
mand's edition "SM'
work Kind Of
DM employed >6 writers to more Important, the U.S. gets I. A Toll Thin
la Carte." Th AT show began check. The iceman cashed it. Marilyn' Monro Fr.cf',"
.o J4 fMtuz films, this largestntrr a Its first look at Diana Huff, ,
MMxarists tin studio its coast-to-coast tour Feb. 9. said! today.




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12 July 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


-NARTU Noses '.. '.." ::.' .f: J JMainside
Unbeaten VP-18 Cinches
: .' L '*f: 'i't ,

Out Admin In '


Mainside Golf Softball TitleAlthough 1


NARTU tied with ComFairJax rain slowed down the Maniside Softball League this (

In this week's golf action to nose week, two of the eight games played were enough cinch the title _

out Administration by 18 percentage for VP-18. VAH-1 knocked VFP-62 out of the running with a 3-1 a(

' points for top spot in the n .' { setback then VP-18 took a 4.1 game from NARTU and wound up in \,

Mainside'Intramural Golf League. r3 top spot permanently. ,
..-- ..
The Administration team S 55 I VP-18 meets the winners of then lost another to VP-16 by 8-7.

helped in,the switch by losing to s F>k+' Q ; : NATTCenter playons between Supply downed the Marines 10-9 '
Hospital in a 4-2 match, and corning I
hnd VA-175 took VW-4 by a one-
out 3-3 in their game with Y. Naval Air Weapons and Aviation sided 15-1 score.Standings t..
'Electrician School for the All- I
VAH-1. I as of Tuesday (A.M.),

ComFairJax won its other gameof I Station Softball Championship. July 10, are as follows: f

the week with FAW-11 by a of GamtaTram 1
: NARTU, who dropped out W L ?rt. IWbladVIM8
margin of 5-1, while Hospital tied 22 OK* 0
,the league competition last week, 3
VFP-RJ 15 3 5VA175 ,
Fasron in 3-3 tiltIn
G a
15 3 .833 5
forfeited to Communications and 'Operation 15 4 .789 5'J
other games this week, Fas- Hoopltal 13 4 .765 6!J
ron 109 took VA-172 by 4-2 and I to Operations. ComFairJax came VA-172 12 4 :.750 7

in 'second in the forfeit depart- VW-4 11 6 .647 r4VPI
VFP2 took Supply-Fiscal by the -- --' '-'-' '7"--.m "''' m..H. VA-44 11 7 .611 1.
Marina 11 7 ,611 9
same score.Standings. HURL 1UTLESS HASSLE Jeff Lazarus (left) of Aviation ment by giving a free game to VAH-1 11 9 .538 10
Ground Officers School and Bob Crow of Naval Air VF-173 7 6 .538 10'5
as of Tuesday (( ) Weapons : Fasron Six. Communications 10 10 .:,00 11
School
System each pitched hitless ball last week as Crow bested Fam-on-HM 9 9 .500 11
July 10: Lazarus in the duel with the Missile/men downing the Ensigns, 10. In other games this week, VA- 10 .444 13X
The win rTe the Missilemen the second half of the 6 10 :.444 12
Tear \v. J. ?et. championship NARTU 10 13 .435 12!
NATTCenter 44 lost to Operations, 14-7, and ;
NARTU 41 ,692Adminlatration Softball League 7 10 :.412 12>
48 j 23l ..674U:1f.If1 Supply 6 11 .353 13{
1 t1 23',644Fasron Kasron 6 4 14 .222 36Frrsonnel
: 3 13 .1811 16
109 40" 25j ...614.ComFatrJ.x AK HAWS Pace FAKTU 3 11 .150 18 .
35 25 .5&1 VA-45 2 17 .105 18',J .
)'uron 29 25 ,537VFP Comt'alrJax 0 20 .000 21

62 2I::111", 24 261% ..490VA H'Shoe LoopAviation .

l77 111 I" M", :,274Ma
Saners-6earily Square
nea 4 48 ro ..074 Storekeepers and Na-

val Air Weapons System School] Off In Chess FinalsA
remained atop the NATTCenter ,

horseshoe league, closely pressedby former NATTCenter chess

Five-Man{ Jax Navy Administration, as a result of v k + : champion was dethroned as two

last week's play. Naval Air Weapons System players -,
Team Set For 6ND The scores:

AGO-2 ((2)), AGO-1 (1)) De- Sparkies'Top Missies To Win met this week to determinethe '
1956 title.
Links Tourney Play Marco defeated Shepherd, 21.6,
21-10; Simmons defeated Lazarus Ray Reedy, of Aviation Elec-
Five low shooters qualifiedlast Center Softball Championship trician's Mate School titlewinnerin
21-10
1-21, 21-19; Weaver (one) ..
week for the chance to defeated Longford, 21.8, 15-21, 21- 1954, was defeated by Jim !
represent Jacksonville Navy in 5. BULLETIN Aviation Electrician School Sparkles captured Sauers of NavAirWeaps in the .1
the 6th Naval District Tournament their fifth straight NATTCenter Softball title by downing Naval semi-finals.
Admin ((3)), AE (0)) Bell defeated -
which begins July 19 at Air Weapons School, 13-5, in eight Innings Tuesday. The Sparkies
Fosbenner, 24-3, 21-17; meet VP-18 of Mainside for. the All-Station championship. Sauers was scheduled this week
Pensacola. Branscum defeated Calient, 21- against Jim Gearity, also of Nav-
Shooting 147 for 36 holes, 20, 21-5; Fulkerson defeated Van Scoring eight runs in the second inning, three of them as a AirWeaps, who downed a fellow

Joe McDonald led the field. Mullen, 21-20, 12-21, 2111. result of Bill Corbett's triple, the Aviation Electrician Sparkies won schoolmate, Lloyd Bowman, to enter .

Bill Scarbrough was second AN-P (2)), NAWS-2 (1)) the opening game of the playoff series Monday night for the the finals.Braves .

when he tapped out a 74 anda Frantz (HAWS) defeated Gardiner NATTCenter Softball championship by.defeating Naval Air WeaponS I. S
77 for a 151. Walt Strader School, 144.
21.9 21.5 defeated System
; Cain
((152)), Chuck; Summitt ((153)), Hallman, 21.20, 17-21, 21-10; Stevens Eight walks, a hit batter and At Home ;

and Lou Chaff ((154)) round out defeated Ziegehagen, 21-1, Corbett's triple all combined for ing surge. Corbett, incidentally, Next Five I
the five man team for the tournament 210. the eight runs in the second innRORINETTE collected three of the seven hits DaysThe v

the Sparkies amassed in the fray. .Jacksonville Braves concluded -
AGO-1 (3)), SS-1 (0)) Sauers

defeated Daniels, 21-5, 21.6; Rob .,:, The hitting of Al Wells and out a three game series with
I erts defeated Freeman, 21-15, 15- ;;: : ; standing fielding performance of Columbus at the new Jacksonville

Sauers Hold LeadIn 21, 21-17; Rotter defeated Beneke, .lJ.k'.. ccntcrfielder Harold Gilbert and Baseball Park tonight: Tomorrow
21-19, 212. ... v:, shortstop Russ Charles also fea- they will open another series of

w.. 1 J.<..t \ tured for the winners. Tom Teffey three with Savannah.
AK School 19 2 :
Mixed DoublesBowling NnvAlrWeapg 19 2 .\' hit a triple for the Missilemcn. On Monday of next week they I
ADMIN 12 3 .; <..* .,Ill
AfIO-2 School 13 9 It. ILL will be host to the All Star Game. )
AGO1 School 12 9
Circuit MavAlrWeaps-2 6 6 Sparkies 14 7 2
-School l 8 10 NavAirWeaps -i 7 2 .
AO :5 10
Jim and Betty Sauers remainedin AK-2 Sup-Sptlnters-1 School 6 7 15 14 ttl r1' Batteries-Fosbenner and Dam- Air News In Need

first place by taking three Sup-Spllntera2 6 15 meyer; Ward and Frawley. ,
points from Bob and Marge Per- MarAvDet AK-1 School .2 4 17 16 Of Sports Editor '

kins, in three closely contested' .

games last week in the NATT Mixed 2-Ball Play The Jax Air News has not
Center Mixed Doubles bowling SPORTSSCHEDULE had much luck In its search fora

league. Ends In DeadlockOver sports editor and a sports
staff member. For the
Al and Celia DePalma gained. the past weekend, the ump-
teenth time, desiring to
some ground by winning four Station golf course held a Mixed anyone
Baseball accept the job, or knows of
Jax Fliers
vs. Shaw
from which
Claude and Yvonne Foster, Two Ball Tournament 'A
AFB, here, July 13 at 1600 and anyone who would like to
and Bob and Co Dausch moved ended in a tie between Comdr.
into July 14 at 1400; Jax Fliers at handle sports, please call the
third place by taking four and Mrs. Bishop, and Comdr.
Eglin AFB, July 15 and 16 Jax editor at extension 272.
from Al and June Hughes. Westmoreland and Mrs. Switzer. ;
of Fliers at/Pcnsacola, July 1718. Sports coverage in the Jax
Both pairs had a net score
The week's best bowling was Air News is of the most
done by Elinor Greenwood, with 34 for the 8 hole course. Softball: Crackerjax vs. Pen- important enlisted one assignments

games of 154 and 162, to set a sacola, here, July 13-14; Cracker-
from Dan and Joan Varnes. aboard the base. The sports
new high for the ladies with a Th@ standings: .. jax vs. Prudential Insurance, pages of the Jax Air News

491 set, as she and Red took three Team W T, Brcntwood, July 16; Crackerjaxvs. have been the finest in
among
Pauers 19 5 Merrill Stevens, Murray Hill,
D>Palmas :20 8Dauschs the military establishment.It .
17'J 10J4BoatwrlRhts July 18.Swimming
16 Deep Sea tigers It 10 : All Navy 'Swim -
Party
S. Varncs 16 10 I cerned to maintain this high
Greenwoods 1* 14 ming, Com-11, San Diego, Calif., standard. .
Re-Set Saturday Lancasteri Fosters 1 8 t J f| July 161718.Archers. I

Aston }VA 16'4Stahla '

week Tickets for the went deep on sea sale fishing this Kanes Hushes Paris. II"13 ll'J 15"IJflBotthofs 15 ,: :: ."1:. Host In Meet Sunday
"
party jon the snapper banks off R JJ ." "' ',' .
Mayport which will be held Perkins 7 20 17 <'': i-..- : : The Jax Navy Freelance bow Hugh Carty of Jax Bowhunters _
O'Neals Varne 5 g 13 men will host teams from St. finishing second. The winningscores
Saturday, July 14. D.
Originally scheduled last .. ---7-" .- -... ... Johns of Cecil Field and Jackson- were 5D3.
Forfeits Open TennisTwo W will Bowhunters Sunday on the Third place went to Frank Sak-
Saturday the date set back
was forfeits opened the NATT- nOODETTE .;.. NATTCenter range beginning-at amoto of Jax and Paul Meehan
because of the Fourth of July
Rose Weatherby, wife of Chief '
Center intramural tennis play this 1300. of St. Johns.
holiday. Bill Weatherby of NATTCenter,
week with Support Splinters be- is one of the women archers Last Sunday on the St. Johns Wayne Olmstead of St. Johns,
Tickets are obtainable from ing credited with three wins over who will compete Sunday on range, the Cecil Field archers with a 361,won first place in the
Willis Arnold of Special Serv- Aviation Ordnancemen and Nava the NATTCenter target range carried off top honors. Fred Dav- Open event followed by Dick

ices at the NATTCenter Fish Air Weapons School with a trio In a three-club tournament that enport and Bob Delaney tied for Stengrin, NAS Freelancers, 334;

Shack, located behind the Navy over Marine Aviation Detach- Bowhunters also Includes and the the Cecil Jacksonville Field first in the handicap team match, and Paul Underwood, NAS Free

Exchange. ment. Bowhunters. with Bob Porter of Cecil and lancers, 317.

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l FOR RENT : :, .:
.
gl I 1 1t 3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. EV 9-3450 r

t biPPl (after 1630)). Roberts. 0
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 2511
Post St. EL 62705. Lewis. M + .

5 rm. brick duplex 3529 Cypress

l c d St.dora.EV 9-9516 (after 1700)). Ca- T

..
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $55. River-

side. EV> 84388. Dickson. Ir. 2S

2 bdrm. hse. 528 Clinton Dr.,' Or-
ange Pk. CO 4-9234. Davis. '' *

2 bdrm. unfurn' hse $80. Lake I ';," ( :'." ,'., g

Shore, 4728 Pinewood' Rd. Lex. j jI

2 bdrm. hse. Part. turn. $80. 5276 __
Freemont Ave., Lake Shore. EV t jIL\
The ( '
Up '
99691. Porter. I'/

5 rm. unfurn. apt. $65. 1602 Good- :

LADDERWith win St., Five Points. EV83276. I', '

Civilians Hutto. -" ",- ... ,.... .., -- ,...,'
3 bdrm. hse. $60. 8430 Old Orange
RESERVE UNIT CAKE-CUTTING Staff members of Naval Air Reserve Training: Unit Jack.
(Weekly the Jax Air News in Pk. Rd. CO 4-2324R, Ext. 429. sonville and squadron officers rather around to partake of the cake-cutting: ceremony held last Friday
cooperation with the Industrial Edwards. in observance of the 10th anniversary of the Navy and Marine Reserve Training Command. Leftto
Relation Department twill lift Priv. 3338 Randall St. EV right are Lcdr. James Fulton, skipper of VP-742; Comdr. L. G. Barnard, skipper of VS-741; Comdr.
rm.
various promotion /or Naval Air Garland Poffenberger, skipper of Fasron 741; Capt. Norman Anderson, commanding officer of NAR-
I, 89223. Hertzman. TU; Major Dick Graves,VMF-144 operations officer; Lt. Col. R. D. Teller, skipper of MAD; Comdr.
personnel.) Will share home with couple. 5847 Goodwin Taylor, skipper of AWS-741; Comdr. C. W. Rogers, skipper of VP-741; Comdr. C. L. Penner,
On the promotion roster effective Lake Lucina Dr. S. EX 8-3280 or skipper of VF-741; and*Comdr. W. T. Branham, skipper of Fasron (VD-711.) J

A June 11, 17, 25 and' July 1, EL 37163. Ross.

were 38 employees, 20 from Over- 2 bdrm. apt. Gar. $65. 1444 Ingle- Navy Gets Chunk Talent Show
haul and Repair Department, one
side Ave.
(Continued from Page 1)
from Public Works Department,
11 from Supply Department, and 3 rm. furn. gar. apt. $70. 1440 In- Of Okefenokee fATTCenter; NARTU; and other

six from Miscellaneous. gleside Ave. local units, will be vying for the
3-3 563 College' St. EL For Bombing Use/
awarded
Promoted at 0 & R were rm. apt. two top places locally,
5-6914 EL 69258. Harrison. and chance to the Ed
or a appear on
Howard G. Barrow Jr., apprentice Both the U. S. Senate and
2-2 rm. apt. 563 College St. EL Sullivan TV Show on August 26.
mechanic first
aircraft instrument the House of Representativesagreed
class to aircraft instrument mechanic 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. Harrison. to give the Navy in The two Sax winners, plus an (Personnel are invited to visit 1
first step; Virgil Hilliard, 2 bdrm. furn. hse.5420 Wescon-, Jax a big slice of the Okcfeno- alternate, will be selected next the usa Servicemen's Club at 37
helper aircraft mechanic (general nett Blvd. EV 8-9439. Parks. kee Swamp area for bombing Wednesday to enter the Sixth Naval West Monroe St. The club i* open I

.. ) third step to leadingman (labor FOR SALE practice in the 1957 public District Competition in from 0900 to' 2230 daily).

and equipment) first step; 2 bdrm. hse. GI equity, $41 per works bill which took final Charleston, S.C., July 31. Commandants Thursday, July 12-2000. Open

Margaret Dixon, clerk-typist GS- mo. 5151 Woodcrest Rd. EV form last week. : of the Eighth, 10th, and house; games; ping pong.

3 to clerk-stenographer GS-4; Elmer 80611. Roesel. The Navy got about every- 5th Naval Districts will nominatea Friday, July 13-2030, Dancing.
Hilbrant Jr., inspector (aircraft 3 bdrm. hse. $700 dwn. 5105 Ban- thing it asked for in the bill maximum of five acts for entryin Saturday, July 14-1000, Open
assembly) third step to pro- shee Ave,,Venetia Terrace. CO except land. further competition to be heldat house until 2300.

duction control specialist (aircraft 4-5432. Thomson. Charleston August 2. Sejection Sunday, July 15-1000, Coffee
) GS-8; Frederick Smith Jr., 2 bdrm. hse. GI equity, $43.09 per .of Sixth ND contestants will be hour and off to church. 1730, Vespers
,helper radio mechanic third step, mo. EV 9-7810. White. nominated on the basis of two and refreshments. 2000, Free
to"production processspecialist 2 bdrm. hse. $49 per mo 5255 Ca- MOVIES acU,.from each( the* seven; areas movie.

(electronics) GS-7; Patricia Askew mille Ave. EV 98680. RobertA; including Georgia, North and Monday, July 16-2000, Bop les-

clerk-typist GS-2 to clerk- 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. ,Low equity, ThursdaylulylZ South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, sons (courtesy of Arthur Murray,

typist GS-3. 9 paymts. 4106 Rendale Dr. Page. Mainside Francis In The Tennessee and Mississippi. Studio).

Donald Sheffield, helper aircraft 1953 hse trailer. $2845. EV 4-1248 Haunted House: Mickey Rooney, > Tuesday, July 17-2000, Bingo
instrument mechanic second stepto or Station Ext. 653. McKay. Virginia Welles.'NATTCenter There's Still with prizes.;
aircraft instrument mechanic 3 bdrm. hse. $19,000. EV 9-8253 or Wednesday, July 18-2000, Rec-
first step; Helen Peters, clerk-typ- Station Ext. 735. Nightmare (Continued from Page 1)) ord hop. ,
(drama) "Edward G. Robinson
: ,
ist G$-2 to clerk-typist GS-3; 1945 hse. trailer. 7000 Main St. Kevin McCarthy. gardless of how much time he has

Pauline Pratt, clerk-typist GS2to Woods. to spend on active duty. Forty-five
clerk-typist GS-3; Malvina MISCELLANEOUS Hospital Gentlemen Marry percent of those interrogated said illYMES OF THE TIMES

Wood, typist GS-2 to clerktypistGS3 Leaving July 17 for Boston via Brunettes (musical): Jane Rus- they planned to attend college or
; Barbara Quinnelly, clerk- shortest rout. Returning in two sell, Jeanne Crain. take advanced educational trainIng fl OgC Gee wo poCL-n ARC OUT u.LC iJTTO *(Y i

typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3; weeks. CH 9-9071. Elias. Friday, July 13 after graduating from high oF.re: 3 ItiTA
James Whittington, helper elec- Wanted ride from Southside. Mainside Goodbye My Lady school. Nearly half of these indi 6PEEp1TKIMS

trician (aircraft) second step to Working hrs: 07301600. EX (drama): Walter Brennan, Bran- cated they would participate in

aircraft electrical equipment installer 8-2763 or Station Ext. 8389. Gar- don DeWilde. ROTC.

first step. cia. I NATTCenter Francis In The

Richard Dale, helper electrician Wanted riders from Lake Shorearea Haunted House: Mickey Rooney, Carthy. Comdr. Smith
(aircraft) third step to aircraft to NAS. Working hrs: 0730 Virginia Welles. Saturday, July 14

-electrical equipment installer first '1600. Ext. 483. Nadeau. HospitalNightmare (drama): Mainside Raw Edge (color (Continue' from.Page 1)

step; Edgar Harper, helper elec- Ride wanted from Murray Hill to Edward G. Robinson, Kevin Mc- out-door) : Rory Calhoun, Yvvone during combat in the Pacific from
trician third step to A/C electrical NAS. Working hrs: 0730-1600. DeCarlo. November 1944 to December 1945.
equipment installer first step; Station Ext. 8246. Eckels. NATTCenter Goodbye My
Thorwald Aune, electronics mechanic Ride wanted to Cedar Hills, after Lady (drama): Walter Brennan, FOLLOWING assignments with
third step to inspector noon only. Time-1610. Station Brandon DeWilde. the VA Design Branch of the Bureau -

(electronics equipment) third I Ext488. Morris. Hospital Francis In The of Aeronautics and as Air

step; David Davidson Sr., helper . ;. : ,:J Haunted House: Mickey Rooney, Anti-Submarine officer on the
!
electrician (A/C) third step to Due k- Virginia Welles. Staff of Commander Operational
BC-BS Payments ... .
A/C electrical equipment installer .. : .' Kiddie Matinee Development Forces, he was on
Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy the Staff of Chief of Naval Operations
first step. ; Pride Of The Blue Grass (dra-
holders are reminded that monthly .1 from July 1950 to July
Czerl Corbin quarterman joiner ) 71 min. Also No Smokin'
f ma : ;
payments are due by July 1952; was later operations officer
third to chief min.
step quarterman eight
1617. aboard the USS Sicily during his
(Overhaul and Repair Dept.) first
Matinees
latest sea duty cruise; and, then
step; Thomas Bryer, helper elec- GS-3; Mary Crumpley, clerk- I I Mainside movie 1800 and Commander of Carrier Air Group
trician (A/C) third step to A/C stenographer *GS-3 to secretary 2000. Sundays and holidays, 1400 15.
electrical equipment installer first (stenography)' GS-4; Marie also.
step; Carl Rhoden, helper machinist Peake, property and supply clerk movie Comdr.' and Mrs. Smith have
NATTCejitcr 1400,1800and
four children; Jo Anne, 14; Robert
second step to machine opera- GS-2 to property and supply clerk "
GS-3 David Hudson .\, 2000. Jr., 13; Susan Jane, 8; and
tor first step; and Bill Morehouse, ; propertyand Hospital movie 1900 only.
helper radio mechanic third stepto supply clerk GS-3 to propertyand i A Patricia Dale, 3.

radio mechanic first step., supply clerk GS-4; Louis ,
Moore and clerk Ordnance School Honors (Answer to Page 3 Puzzle)
Advanced at Public Works De- property supply

partment was Clarke Bennett, GS-3 to property and supply clerk Earned By NormanMark (ERLE/ PN
helper refrigeration'and air conditioning GS-4; Catherine Matticks, typist A T R RP
AOAN of Dai-
Norman
,
mechanic third step to GS-2 to property and supply clerk ItRE
ren, Conn., was the honor studentin UBC3 rjaotan
'. refrigeration and air conditioning GS-3; Richard Silbernagel, tabu- -
aaa@ aaa aa D
'last week's graduating class |
_: mechanic first step. lating machine operator ,GS-3 to "t' nao QUO Ena DP
from Aviation Ordnanceman
Promoted at Supply Department organization and, methods examiner N CD
\ School Class A at the Naval Air
Lucille Wade GS-5; Helen Rowan, pro-
: J were: typist Technical Training Center. N PN
GS-2 to property and supply clerk perty and supply clerk GSto N
: to' GS-3; Althea Waldrop, typist GS- property and supply clerk GS-4; He joined the Navy in September 1 E + a
1955 and has been ordered to
and 1
2 to property and .supply clerk, and Grace Jarvis, property
GS-3; Martha Pittman, typist GS- supply clerk GS-2 to clerk typist IN MEl\IORIUM-Mrs. Steele the Receiving Station, San Fran- i
cisco for further transfer.
2 to property and supply clerk GS-3. (Nee Anita Ekberg). ,


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