Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00572
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00572

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I All Hands Should Be Familiar With 'Cane Alert Conditions I

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To I provide precautionary excess aircraft on Uw base. 1 larl1 Mgned pilots which can be 'craft Will be evacuated immediately in the best possible manner and
mf&Aurei against poaiblc Hurev Condition Thrt* will be pared from operational missions I except hurricane Reconnaissance all loose gear will be removed or

hurricane, personnel thla J"a- declared 4ft hours prior& to the will also evacuate with their' Aircraft, Search and Rescue secured.
son arc unreel to become fnmi forecast arrival of the itorm. planes I Aircraft and aircraft committedto The following refuge bases

liar with the latest provision( General evacuation within 24 HLRFV CONDITION Two will I OpCon 35th AD, including alert have been assigned .for aircraft
of the Hurricane Security Hill hours will be considered probable. be declared 24 hours prior to the duty fighters.Hurev"VtflWition. based here during the current
find the Aircraft Hurricane All aircraft which: do not have a forecast arrival of the storm. A Zero will be hurricane season. They are NAS
Evacuation Bill regularly assigned pilot will be general evacuation will be considered Issued when the storm is expected Hutchineon, Kan.; NAS Atlanta,

These bills are concerned with evacuated to refuge fields. Regu necessary. All flyable air. Aircraft will be secured Ga.; Dobbins AFB, Ga.; and
----- --.-- .. Tinker AFB, Okla.
storms of hurricane velocity and -: = ...,....=-- =
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should not be confused with the ---
Station Storm Bill proper coordination among the
The Aircraft various commands at this station
Hurricane Evacuation Conditionsare ;j the commanding officer has appointed

established for the 1956 sea- aflJoJtti3r. a Hurricane Evacuation
son Control Officer who will be re-

HURRICANE Evacuation Condition I (Please turn to Page 12, Col.! 5)

Four will be declared 72
hours prior to the forecast arrivalof
the hurricane. Aircraft person VOL-14 No. 18 U, S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Fla 26 July 1956 Air Group 3

nel will prepare to evacuate all
Due Back

Jax Winners AN-P School From MedCarrier

Air Group Three, a
E unit of Fleet Air Jacksonville,
Chosen In
Tries NewProgram is expected to arrive in Jack-

sonville the weekend of August

4 after a six-months tour of

TalentTrials duty. in the Mediterraneanarea.

Besting a' field of 25 per- The USS Ticonderoga, on
formers, probably the finest Airman Preparatory School board which CVG-3 has been

group of Navy talent ever assembled at the Naval Air Technical operating, is due to arrive at

in one evening here, Training Center is studyingthe Norfolk, Va. on August 4, with
Gene Van Paemel, YN3, of operation of its new six- pilots flying to Jax the same
VF-11 at NAS Cecil Field and week training program, which day, and remaining personnel

Dick McMeekin, YN1, of the replaced the former eight- slated to arrive at least by the
Navy Recruiting Office in rr t( ? week training course, for its following day.Commanded.
Jax, were declared the win r Marine aviation, Wave, and by Comdr. Robert

ners of the Jax area All-Navy I Women Marine trainees. Miller, CVG-3 operated
Talent Show eliminations held I The course, which began July with the Sixth Fleet. Duringthe

at King Hall last Wednesday.The 16, is directed primarily to select cruise the group conducted

two will represent fax in ---.- ..--, ..--.-, qualified personnel for further aerial demonstrations for mili-
advancement in aviation tary observers and guests and
the Sixth ND eliminations at JAX TALENT WINNERS Carrying the banners of Jax In ratings,
future and was devised with the assistance for staff officers of NATO De-
Charleston, S.C., July 31, and. All-Navy Talent Show eliminations will be these two performers
Dick McMeekin, YN1, of the Navy Recruiting Office of Clarence Papetti, educational fense College, Paris, France
hope to proceed, in further trials (seated) and Gene Van Paemel, YN3, of VF-11. The two were declared consultant with the AN-P and also for member officers
for an eventual shot at stardom winners of last Wednesday's Jax area eliminations and now Training Officer.INTENSIFIED. from 13 nations.Hourehold.
via the Ed Sullivan TV Show. The move Into the Sixth ND trials at Charleston,July 11.McMeekin is a
Navy also announced that All- piano player-impersonator, while Van Paemel Is a vocalist. study courses
with the major divisions of mechanical
Navy winners will embark on a
Defense Seeks Effects
Opinions and electronic, plus a
90-day tour of 20 cities.
latent clerical component, are the
ALSO SELECTED at last Wed goal of the new system, accordingto Seminar Held
nesday's Jax trials were two alternates Top EM Given Chance To Maj. Harry Stuckey, Training

Emmett R&difer, AN, Officer of the Center.
pantomimist from VFP-62, the I Here This WeekThe
The former, boarder, eightweekcourse

winner last year at both Jax and Sound Off On Service LifeThe stressed a common core Supply Department, of
Charleston, and 'second in All but with advanced teaching
NAS Jax host
Navy competition; and John knowledge scaled to technologicalneeds. was Monday,
Cicala, SN, vocalist from Naval views of senior enlisted personnel on 'possible pay Tuesday and Wednesday for a

Station Green Cove Springs. and career improvements are being: sought by the Defense The new. system divides the held Household Effects Seminar
Van Paemel, a baritone, presented Advisory Committee on Professional and Technical Com pen. over-all training into the for Sixth Naval District
personnel concerned with the
a dual act, singing "BlueStar" sation.
mechanical and electronic basic
and also playing "Lady of I transportation and storage of
Spain" on the accordian. Mc. The committee, headed by weigh the information for inclusion knowledge. household goods.

Meekin won the voting of the Ralph J. Cordiner, president of in the program it contem- When the students report late The meetings were presidedover
General Electric Co., has asked plates for overhauling pay and in the week they are processed
judges with his piano interpretations by Lt. L. P. Zenk, assistant
the services to find out the factors
and impersonations of Bon- (Please turn to Page 12, Col. 2) (Please turn to Page 12, Col. 4) director, Household Goods Division .
which deter or reenlist-
nie Baker, Vaughan Monroe, Billy cause Bureau of Supplies and Accounts
ments from the enlisted
Eckstipo, and others. career 'N': ',:' : :,: ,' ', !It. ," J. E. McCormick, senior
personnel in the top three 1F ;;; ,
SO TALENTED pay : civilian of the Division and Arthur
WAS the list of grades. ? ...., r
performers, and so close was the ;" Bell, storage specialist, preservation
voting that judges were forced to ABOUT 200 SENIOR career enlisted and Packaging Branch,
huddle for several minutes following men from all parts of the Storage Division of BuSandA. All

the show. "Most of these Navy will meet at the Naval three came here from Washington,

fellows are so good, it was just too Training Center in San Diego,i \Jt\f\
bad that only four could be chosen Calif and Bainbridge, Md., to discuss -i IN ADDRESSING the conferees .
," echoed the judges. I service career problems and McCormick revealed that
The judges were Starling Cole. have been offered an opportunityto next to ammunition, household
man, radio station WJAX; John "sound off." 1 goods ran highest in cost expenseof

Osborne, radio station WPDQ; The committee, composed of ci. all transported material in the
(Please turn to Pare 12, Col. 5) vilian and military experts will .t i Navy "However he added, ".we
think first about service to our

Mama ''Possum Brood Find personnel, and second about cost.;'
NAS Jax is one of 90 activitiesin
I \ i the Navy authorized to ship
Refuge Service Station household goods.

THE SEMINAR'S agenda pro-
U "Mandy," a mother 'pos hungry infants clinging to her vided for discussion of traffic

sum, and all seven off fur, he boxed the entire outfit management, including requirements .
spring, have been adoptedby and left it on the doorstep of of motor van service tender
the Navy Exchange the Service Station. and distribution of motor van

Service Station. shipment among carriers joint
"Shorty" Turner, an Exchange ;
Several weeks ago it was travel regulations, and entitle.
flying turtles at, the Overhauland Service Station opera ment to shipment and storage under -
Repair Department. Question tor on duty at the time, such circumstances as retire.

: Is NAS Jacksonville organizing found Mandy next morning, r ment, release from active duty,

a zoo? nursed her back to health and ______.m ____.__________._._.. ,_._ deceased personnel,and overseas
Mandy arrived on the scene is now training all eight 'pos $uty; shipment of privately
"Shorty" Turner
after she was hit by a car while sums as pets. Anyone- interestedin Service Station employee; -was somewhat concerned, Navy when Exchange B. L. owned vehicles; claims for loss'

trying cross the street-pre acquiring a pet 'possum Munn, HMC, of the Disease Vector Control Center showed up fora and damage; and packing, cratingand
sumably. tracking the proverbial should get in touch with look at "Mandy," a stray oppossum, and her seven babies which storage of household goods.
chicken. When a'Station police "Shorty" at once. have been adopted by "Shorty" and his coworkers. Munn revealed The
welcoming remarks
only friendly Interest as he picked were
up one tiny 'possum by the tail
officer found her with her Line forms the left
on while the other six (Please turn
clang tightly to their mama. to Fare 12? C. 1)


Poke 2 :AX AI.* NIW :. ** ,

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C.j>t 0.F.. NdA'NI .. __ .M* *4f are to be twxntml frwn all rv- wUt .t at MabMMk.
C0m4t. Rfcfeftnl Dads l'1'lHf' sAaf UAirrr made. up of tout /sect paint "W.\t tftowtft .
sepal Ale T"+aN.I Trd.ls .'uI.e ice libraries and rxcHanft I and hMf WfK ft. In tact," tw uk fee r," '

00m4r.C'att, Henry)", ,,'anl C. rvl/xgc W. 1 BtUwp __ (lnlwalut.d4wt? roUvDenJiimlM (lAcetrapt. WAr''e memorandum, signed by. akin!. "each major depairtmwt, ofNATTCrnttr book Ifowttrr Mt of u" '"
lea,sJ ......... Aasirtant Secretary Carter U Hurenu ha an rnlUtrd,, man I lion borrowers take out w :t
N. AM 'a".n4l111'. Offkvr I was dinned to the Chiefs of the U...." novel, mysteries
U pt U A. NewtoaNora&n .__ .U't'\lU,. IXflcrfCommamllnc and an officer c n romIl hteton. r.o
MAKTU Personnel of all the servicrt.TIIIKE science fiction book, t bra ,
Cap O. Anderson .. ._...__.. _..._ .._... ._ ... .. CfJWtrTh MISS IONA M. NELSON: NATT- : q:.>
: HAS ALREADY been Center librarian, sold "this, group we are asked for work t>v .lirrt,
JAX AIR NEWS U fubllihfd weekly at the U. S. Naval l Air StktlonJackwntlU establbhed at NAS Jacksonville but authors who are well know T'
Horlda. and t>ilntrMvurUl4 fund is not M up for censorship<<
at no SMI>M to the co\rr.mnt and In ctmplUnr* with KAKXCW PM. lUv a board for the protection of rather as one for good taste in their pornagraphic wntinj: tui,
Nov. 103 Coflrt are dUtrlbuUd tree of rharr at th. Naval Air Station the moral standards Comdr. J. N we don't have those book
Naval Air Ttodl"It"AI l Training Crnttr. Naval Air Rr* 'ne Training Unit and the reading matter We have found Qn ou
U. S. natal HncpltaU Martin of NATTCenter, the senior .
that mot of the pornographic:
Service Information Officer- l/tfr. T P. Morgan member of the board, said the THE ACTION from
Editor Andrew II. planer material comes from a small Wttson
Asfttttant F.dltor Oiarley Srhaaf, SUM Reporters Kathleen Sutton; group baa been working on the group of publnhcrs.! Miss Nelson office is believed to have utl>
J03 Jack Holmes, 1'Hl. for the several
Xaiuyard.: ; problem past prompted by a
also said she has received news di:'pduh
The JAX AIR NEWS I* a tnemhrr of the Armed' Fortes Preu ServiceATI'S months by inspecting the reading
material appearing In this publication may nut I* reprinted without complaints from servicemen that from a group which' tharm-d: thki
the written permission of Armed Force lrei Service. Republicatlon nf othermatter matter sold at the NATTCenter objectionable
excrpt t>v, ynlra publication U prohibited without permission of the quality of the reading mate- reading matter war
Udltor.: JAX AIR NE\\. Navy exchange and making being told to armed smut
rial is not what they want. [>t.t.
Editorial offices located Main Administration' Bu.ldlnj.: Phone extensions' recommendations to the Com* sonnel in
post exchanges in Japan
SMC. 216 and 8164.'Happy
mand. Mrs. Janet Rugr, librarian at and Korea.

.Comdr.. Martin said, "We have the Station hospital said, 'The The Defense order stated! th.i

Birthday WAVES'"Women every intention of going&: along Dureau of Naval Personnel sendsHONOR appropriate action would be taker

to insure that books and period]
Appointed for Voluntary Emergency Sen-Ice." cals offered personnel 'reflut the

You no doubt recognize the above better in the abbreviated standards of decency and morality

form of WAVES, who celebrate their llth anni- which characterize our tniiiti. > '
versary July :SO. ..rT forces."

Women first served with the Navy during World War I, I I

when they were enlisted only as "yeomanettes." Women ; :.
were called to the colors again in World War II, to release + Testing ChangeIn
shore-based sailors to man ships. The WAVES were es- J

tablished by act of Congress on July 30, 1912. ComputingPay

The outstanding war record of the WAVES as admin-

istrators and skilled technicians led to passage of legisla- MethodA

tion in June 1918 making the organization a permanent

branch of the regular Navy and Naval Keserve. proposed change in the mi'

The Waves, presently numbering more than 6,000, fill thod of computing pay from military
military billets both stateside and at selected overseas pay records will be tested

bases. Here at Jacksonville some 200 WAVES are doinga :1 by the Navy Accounts Disbursing

bang-up job at NAS Jax, at Naval Air Technical Office in Charleston, S. C.

Training Center, ComFairJax and Naval Hospital. Theyfill ;. a. M.i Selected by BuSandA to make
a variety of billets and are an integral part of the every the test, the disbursing office \ul li)

day operation of the Station. re-compute each pay day only

All hands join in saluting the WAVES, "a crew of those pay records considered va

really]) fine workers," on their 14th anniversary. riable. These are pay records

__u_ .___"_'___.Y. which have changes in the

COMPANY Harold Richard, AN, class leader of amount of pay due a person by a
SAFETYBox Aviation Llectriclan's Mate School Class A, receives the guidon flag change in status or entitlement
for honor company 5622 from Lcdr. William Jnier school
training such leave rates advance .
as pay
orrlrr'r. With its special privileges, the company will hold honors
Score for 30 days.Credit. advance travel and dislocation al-

Disabling; Injuries Through Union Offers Members New Non-variable'pay records bal

CATHOLIC Tuesday, July 17 anced and computed bi-weekly.
Sunday :Mass 0800, 0900, This Month 1 with a constant amount due each
1000 St. Edward's Chapel. Life Savings Insurance Plan be
This Year 2 person each pay day, will not

Saturday Mass, 0800. Days Since Last Announcement that the Board of Directors of the Credit Union re-computed until all pay recordsare
Mass 0630.
Daily Lost Time Accident 15 'has closed for renewal on Dec. 31
unanimously voted to life
Sunday 0930, Mass at the 'I provide savings insurance on shares
deposited by members. and June 30 every year.
made this
1900 Instruction I was week by J. F. O'Connell
Hospital Chapel; tested
I president of the Board. The new method will be

Classes, Building 463. NAVY Effective June 15, 1956, the through September.

PROTESTANTThursday plan insures each share accountup a committee headed by W. L. .
July 26 EXCHANGE Sweet thing reporting on
to $1,000 when the depositsare Catrette, treasurer, and.Cecil E. young
0900 Vacation Bible School, made : a beach expedition to a friend.
by members
before they Acree
Building 722. reach age 55. Shares deposited by committeeI "The water is divine today. Full
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal members I chairman. of men.
the 55 to 60 age
All Saints' Chapel.
bracket are insured to 75 percent,

Friday, July 27 Another shipment of unusual and within the 60 to 65 age bracket CROSSWORD.. PUZZLE _
. 0900 Vacation Bible School, to 50 percent. For members ACHOUt '"
values in ladies hosiery will be a. ', 1'3" '
Building 722. placed on sale Tuesday morning, older than 65, shares are not in- -KM.* at Bards -
Sunday, July 29! surable. 4-B* f animal f .. ,. 11- .
July 31. This shipment of hose is ParWl ( land I' I _
. 0800) Episcopal Communion CREDIT UNION officials be- 12-TM atl4t ..
also first
quality in Fall shades.SCUTTLEBUTT. 'I- .."ara '1
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. lieve that this step is one of the _
0930 Sunday School for ages most significant of the many l n-Knoeht i-BISgie .......... '1 1'/// _...rw1_

4 through adults. benefits and privileges offered its 9-O 1l1-2s I

0930 Service of Divine Wor- members. The plans provides free ....

ship, Chaplain Osman. insurance up to $1,000 for any .it-s.a 11--" "' tt-.Clint. tl 1'//'l/- 11 l' r//V/.O .

1100 Service of Divine Wor- member who builds his savingsup '..- ,..hlel.. si. 1'n.. s3 r')04WI e
ship Chaplain Stephenson. 11-"=: 4olloa.) ? // >'l./
rr to that amount, with all pre- ZI-I" UI.,
1900 The United Fellowshipof miums paid by the Credit Union aO-KI..cn.... I sr 'l'/if1'1; /// II

Protestants, Building 804. out of its earnings. n-C"iMtit 22- .sAlat IQUtJ ..p r'l'II 'l.1 .
Monday, July 30 THE DOUBLE protection .,.....( .". VUJ. / //
1Agtt 'I' ,." r'IS ...4
1930 Latter Saints' Servo offered 2'
Day means that the benefi- -pp'Uta, ,}I. i"l.l-:
ice, Building 750. .i ciary of a person who borrows a 311-- :.4,. '* Ii''l'I. ...... '" so

TuesdayluI131 certain sum on his shares and :1 ,. 5'4
1900 Episcopal Instruction dies before the sum is repaid, receives 51 S\ r _

Class, Building 763. a paid up note 'for the 13-H.r't-...-.rt- K u R st I .
1930 Christian Science Serv- amount, as provided /s-Dias AI.ad.r
ice, Building 750. "/ Wish There Was Something Union's borrower's by the .,' i _...._,_ .._......, .. -
for Bail!",, insurance; the -). ", 'I- &n'. nam- 'o"clu4.ajsia
. 1930 Bible Study Group, Else To Use money on deposit in the deceasedmember's Inslrvm.nttKllt.d c.l I-BU'bn 'Y"'" ,-Prt of hor..',M-Soln f
< r I
Building 804. share account, plus interest Jl->tntltau I-Rocky hill 8 o .,1'i2 Rro14' [
Thursday, August 2 sery.. ; and an additional sum !? '" :: '
ES35NfiSS. ,iS'fv17Nw
1900 All Saints' Choir B- 0930 Divine Worship, Chap- provided by the new life savings --
All Saints' Chapel. '' lain William A._Swets. insurance C Il-CJIan.nSt. {7FWtnlrh for*
hearsal plan.O'Connell ,
Fell Into ''Hlwu 26--Strtk. < ): < "
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Tuesday, July 31 said that the new .DOWN J t-8pr..d.B. in debt.-- is-Qr..k l.tt" ::1 VJlocturp; biro.4Sword.man'i .
tot '
(Naval Hospital, Protestant) 1930 Instruction Class for plan was adopted after lengthy : ( lirJSW <.4 ,i t-1'tJM'fc rlsonom.trl18hlp..ft.......... '//I-"IC.S dt1"dumm"lt..k. elodl1' '

Sunday, July 29 personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed investigation of its advantagesand I-.foh.mmfclan > ai-coiwaai point' 12-leaf f ''lI\h\
0930 Sunday School and Nur- background. costs to the Credit Union by ---:'uklrlsdnhAnswer

1." ;. ( on Page 12,,Col. 5)
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26 July 1059 JAX AIR NEWS l'age s
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I Deep Suntan Not Necessarily Sign Of f Health; 01' Sol Can Spell Trouble I

Mugufclai MIA loveri everywhere U pfo4w4.' it thkknu and hard' the long and abort wave of, the retina of the eye. Keep turning '

who dull cllnjf to the en, much Ilk. a caltau, to pro ultraviolet radiation--even tree from time to time to take
vid the and beach umbrella aren't bath. | .
theory that a wmnw tan ii grtftttr protection against surefire your sun .
sun protection. NOW IF YOU'VE ignored the
not only 1 dutiful, but I NOW HOW MUCH SUN you EXPECTANT MOTHERS are above precautions and turned lobster

healthy, Are inor a rude can take depends on the amountof warned they are more susceptible pink, drop in at the corner!

Awakening. I Keratin produced, not on your to lunburn after the second monthof drug store and purchase some

I'eople) with deep tan do look coating of tan. The sunbather who pregnancy. Anyone who is ill, antihistamine ointment. It will remove I Ii Mir tlsle ,

healthy, and they think they ltell I stays under the sun too long risks or who has taken sleeping pills, the burn, and prevent 35%
food, but a summer tan doetn't 'not permitting the coating of aspirins or sulfa drugs should stay of the blisters. In the event of a Third In SeriesServicemen

necessarily indicate food health.On Keratin to harden sufficiently, away from the beach. severe sunburn, you should see a federal employee! .
the contrary the acquiring of and he's the guy or gal who turns All of which might encourage physician.A and'their dependents who cannotbe

a suntan, unless you're mighty pink. the most ardent sun bather to stay final word Sunburn Isn't ex- home this November to vote

careful, can be dangerous. This Sunburn can be just as serious home. But, if a little common actly kind to age for too much are being helped through the com-

applies not only to the novice aa any burn caused by flame. sense is used, you can suntan sun dries the skin, creating wrin- bined efforts of the Office of

sunbather, but to those already I Risking over-exposure can further without serious consequences. kles before they are due, and Armed Forces Information and

possessing the golden coat. cause sunstroke, sun poisoning, First, take your !initial sunnings people may think you're 46 when Education and state governments.As .

You see, the body's protection I nerve damage and, in rarer instances in small doses,,along with suntanoil you're only 32. a guide to your state absentee

against sunburn is Keratin, a skin cancer A fatal kid or lotion. A thick, gooey oint- The moral of this story: Neverbe voting laws, AFPS is run,
flaky, colorless substance in the I ney ailment is also very possible. ment is the best. Remember neverto ashamed that you have no ning a three part voting scries.

top layer of the skin. When heat I I Since sunburn is caused by an look directly into the sun because deep suntan. You'll probably live This article is the third in a serieson

irritates the akin, more Keratin invisible portion of the sun's rays the rays can burn holes in longer. ; registering to vote by absentee



Unregistered servicemen and civilians .

Training Head who are attached to or .
serving with the Armed Force

There is still time to enter chil- At AN-P SchoolA outside the geographical limits of
dren in the Second Annual Kiddie the U.S. are registered by the

King and Queen contest spon- Board of Elections in county of
sored by the Navy Wives Club of new training officer took residence. An application for a

Jax No. 86.Don't over this week at Airman Pre- ballot also serves as an application
paratory School at the Naval Air
hide your child's beautyat for registration. Therefore,
Technical Training Center when
home. Contact Shirley White, registration in advance. is not re-
B. relieved
Maj. Harry Stuckey
EV 7-2933 Alice Meyer EV P t quired.
or Maj. Emmons S. Maloney. .
7-4595 for information on regis- For all others registration i k
tering for the contest. Largest of the schools at the permanent unless the voter has

Three special awards will be Training Center, AN-P has been failed to vote at least once within
directed by Major Maloney since
given to the cutest sister and the past five years.
the Summer of 1954. He will assume -
brother combination, cutest twins Baltimore city residents may'register
new duties as executive officer -
and for the popularity contest. in person with the Board
of the Marine Aviation De-
Trophies will be presented to the of Election Supervisors any time
tachment, also attached to NATT-
cutest boy and girl in the follow- Center. up to Sept. 21. Others must appear

i ing five age groups: babies (non- before the Registration Officers,
walkers) to one year; toddlers to Major Stuckey came here from county of residence, Oct. 2nd or

three years; three through five ...-' .." --- .-. ,. Cherry Point, N. C, Both officersare 9th.
years; six through eight years; PLAN WAVES BIRTHDAY BALL Laying plans, for the veterans of the Korean cam- MONTANA
and nine through twelve years. 14th anniversary celebration of the Waves on July 30, is this paign, Major Maloney receivingthe
committee of'six. Some ZOO Waves presently serving aboard the PUC, DUC, and KPUC with Registration is permanent un
All service and civilian chil- Station will participate in the anniversary affair a semi-formal one star in addition to seven less a voter failed to vote in the
dren up to twelve years of age dance to be held on the patio of the CFO Club at 2000. A buffet other medals he wears. Major last general election or has moved
are eligible. Part of the proceeds supper will be served for Waves and their guests. The traditional from one precinct to another.
Stuckey has 13 ribbons, includingthe
will toward improvement of cake-rutting ceremony will highlight the occasion. Discussing: the
go July 30 event are (seated, left to right) Virginia Maher, DN; Lt. Distinguished Flying Cross. Servicemen, civilian employees
the Enlisted Men's Club. Joan Zook, NAS Wave Officer; Virkle Cherubin, AT3. Standingleft The new Training Officer has attached to the Armed Forces

The monthly covered dish ( to right) Carolyn Zuccone, .AKAN. ; Mae Starnes, YN2; and served both at NAS :Pensacola, i overseas and their dependentsmay <<
Dolores Fletcher YNJ.
'luncheon held at the Navy ,
was register by requesting a
and NAS Cecil Field during his
Wives Club House, Dewey Park, "Registration Card" from the
nearly 16 years in the Service.
July 28. There was a guest speaker Grant One-Year Extension Much of his duty has been aboard County, City or Town Clerk, place
and cards were played by Navy carriers. of residence. This should be done

members and their guests.At early enough so that the completed

the last business meeting, card is returned not later

Wednesday, July 18, it was an- Of WWII GI Loan RightsA Coral Sea Here; than Sept. 21.

nounced that Ruth Damon, secretary Other qualified absent<< persons
of Jax 86, has been named compromise agreed to by the Senate Labor and Public Wel- CVG-10 To BoardAfter within the continental limits of

Southeast Regional Secretary. fare Committee and the House Veterans' Affairs Committee allowsan the U.S. or its territories may '

At the same meeting five new extension of one year of the GI loan rights for World War II a brief shipyard repair register in the same way.
members were welcomed into the veterans. period at Norfolk Naval Ship-

club. They were Theresa Hagen, The new bill which has been yard, Portsmouth, Va., the air- 01110Registration '
pay the government on his GI craft carrier USS Coral Sea is permanent unless
Streiber approved by the Senate has been
Audrey Kitty Ingram,
loan if he disposes his property toa arrived at the Mayport Carrier a person has failed to vote in
'Mike Harvey and Jean Stuart. sent back to the House for a vote
credit-worthy transferee who Basin Tuesday for three weeksof at least one election every two
on the amendments added by the
Farewells said to
were has assumed full liability to repay local operations with Car- years.
Senate. It would extend the present -
Braupmann, May* Tolley and Bev- the balance of the GI mort- rier Air Group Ten. Members of the Armed Forces
erly Hellman. cutoff date of July 25, 1957: ,
S.---- for one full year. gage., ... The ship will operate'in and may vote without being registered -
out of Mayport for the All other are required
] REQUIRE A VETERAN to purposeof persons
i IT ALSO PROVIDES that applications certify -
carrier qualifying air to be registered before
received by the new at loan closing and at ap group I
I pilots in day and night takeoffs voting if their residence is in a
plication that he intends to
occupy -
cutoff date of July 25, 1958, maybe
and landings in city with a population greater
honored by the Veterans' Administration the property as his home. prepara-
tion for Mediterranean deployment than 16,000 or in a county that requires -
F 01tTHr'UNKj even though the loan Permit veterans who re-enter
I .
registration. Where
;" U,CKWR1' N.Y closing action required another military service to gain a restora-
Comdr. Douglas A. Clark registration must be in
e *'I
full tion of the GI loan entitlement if
year. heads the air group which is person and prior to Sept 25.
M All loan closings, including I transferred to another militarybase of
comprised Fighter Squad-
homes, farms and businesses, for: after first use of the loan OREGON
World War II veterans, would. rights. rons 11,103 and Attack Squadrons Registration is permanent unless
104 and 106. The Coral l
have to be completed July 25, Provide restoration of home a voter has failed to vote at
Sea is under the command of
1959. This would give veterans ; least once in the past two year
.. up
1 loan rights to World War II vet- Capt. William E. Gentner Jr.
to two additional years to complete I erans until Jan. 31, 1965, if the Servicemen, civilian employee
W their arrangements with the property was taken by a govern of the government outside the
VA builder and lender.In Coach to football lineman: limits of the U.S. .
'' mental agency for public use, destroyed members of religious ,
[ addition to the extension, the by a natural hazard, or "You're' out of condition again, groups or welfare agencies

/ bill would: Permit a veteran to be otherwise disposed of without Jones. What 'cha been doing; offically attached to and serving
c A/J.; .,.. released from his liability to re- fault of the veteran. : studying" with the Armed Forces and their

dependents accompanying them

*.WQTHSRCAU I-,ITWOU&VT need not register in advance.

GOULD't7R06RS"' AO .SPECIAL" IJ J Recruits Allowed $171 For Clothing I II when Registration the above is named accomplished persona

New recruits will receive an This monthly maintenanceand of the Navy Band or the Naval have properly executed the oath

Her lips quivered as they approached initial clothing allowance of clothing monetary allow. Academy Band it was said.It I.which will be forwarded with the

his. His whole frame $171.85 beginning Oct. 1. They ance for Navy enlisted person. has been indicated, how. absentee ballot.

trembled as he looked into her will also be issued a new blue nel his been established for ever, that the Navy Band will All other persons must registerin

eyes. Her chin vibrated and his ski-type working cap and new the fiscal year 1957. get a new and more attractive I person with appropriate registration ;

body shuddered t as he held her blue working jacket. The special supplementaryclothing uniform. Plans for an improve officials anytime up to M

close to him. Initial allowances for enlist. allowance of $80 is no ment in the uniform is now days before election day

Moral: Never try to kiss a girl ed women will drop from longer payable to enlisted men being worked out with com For further information, wa

in a jeep" $234.75 to $218.45 assigned to duty as members mercial uniform suppliers. your voting officer.-(AFPg)




Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS._ 26 July 1956

Fasron 6 Loses

Two Chiefs With

SALTY HUMOR FROM 45 Years TotalTwo


chiefs with a total of 45 o 0 ry

Little paycheck, by tonight years service were released by r rF
We'll be where the lights are +
Fasron Six to the Fleet Reserve

bright. last Monday after .+ .
receiving com-
In some gay and festive spot :
I'll return, but you will not. mendations from Comdr. M. C.

Replogle. They are John Galbas

Druggist: "This tonic is advertised AOC, with 20 years service and :

1 as good for man or beast. Johnny Todd, ALC, 10 years. j S ,
Nly L
Woman Customer: "I'll take S
Chief Gaibas Joined the Ma- : .t.
one. That's the right combinationfor E-S
husband.." rines in 1929. After completing _
my his first hitch he switched to the

Navy. lie wds promoted to Chief S
A Chinese who was attendingone
rank in 1943 and during the latter -
of our colleges was writing
part of World War II he held
back to China, telling his '-
and relatives about American In- temporary appointments to Warrant BIBLE CLASS Under the direction of Lt. (Chaplain) Jay'V. Nickelson of NATTCenter, a two-
stitutions. Officer status as Gunner and week Bible Class for-children is scheduled to conclude Friday morning at All .Saints' Chapel. :More
He defined an American university Chief Gunner. He has served than 100 children are attending the classes. Services were held in the Chapel and then classes conducted I

as follows: "An American aboard the USS Idaho, the Lexington according to age groups. .

the Franklin, the Kenneth
university is a vast athletic association -

where, however, some Whiting and the Saipan. Bill To Increase DisabledVets'

studies are maintained for the Among the chief's awards area

benefit of the feeble bodi d." Commendation Ribbon from ;
S Adm. Halsey and a commendation
Hit SnagThe
Pay May
Of course there's a difference from the CO of CASU-22, Quonset

between college footballteams. Point, Rhode Island.
House Veterans' Affairs committee approved a bill to grant
They have different television Chief Todd joined the Navy in (AFPS Weekly Feature)
10 to 27 percent increases in compensation payments to veterans
936.; He received his recruit
sponsors disabled in service. Bing Crosby's oldest-son, Gary,
training at Norfolk, Va. In 1942

'A passerby asked a man who he was appointed Chief, and during The action will allow the compensating House, little chance of approval is 23, has reported to Ft. Ord, Calif.,

had just landed from a threestoryfall ; the war he served aboard the increase bill to come directly expected by the Senate. The chief for eight weeks of basic trainingin

why )he jumped out of the USS Melville, the Altire and the to a House vote. Approvalis stumbling block is the pension the Army. Gary's brothers,

window."A Enterprize as well as at various expected on the bill by a ma- proposal already approved by the Dennis and Phillip, '21-year-old

woman lied to me." other commands ashore and jority of the members. House[ and now awaiting action by I
twins with the
"That's no reason for jumping afloat. DESPITE TilE VOTE In the the Senate Finance Committee. are serving Army

what did she lie about?" in Germany.
"She told me her husband was OUMIiMVVMfA )Sn tW,_-----".,fA'f,rifrMMV:"''<<'' i'W-N'.w,:'.''''>' '''"--.' '-'_ <<__':-'AI<< who Rep.heads Olin the Teague House", (Tex.-Dem.Veterans') I Actor William Holden crashedthe

in San Francisco." Affairs Committee, said the stand sound barrier recently in a

1 I by the American Legion and Vet TF86 Sabrejet piloted by Brig.

Sign in laundry window 'We r erans of Foreign Wars stampededthe Gen. J. S. Holtoner, commanding
do not tear your shirts with machinery House into okaying pension
general at Edwards AFB, Calif.
do it carefully by
wo increases for World War I veter-

hand"S ans because it is an election year. The flight was

Their stand he added, "continuesto .a .. made at Ed-

When a girl puts on perfume jeopardize the chances of en- wards where "

before a date, it's the most dangerous actment of compensation increasesfor Holden finished 'I

: form of chemical warfare. the disabled." filming "To I
ward the Un
HE AND OTHER House mem "
It was a very hot day and the a bers believe that attempts will be known, story

chief was having trouble with an i made in the Senate to tie both about, fasterthansound -

awkward company. "I'm darnedif bills together, which is regardedas jet -

I know,what to do with the lotpf W a "sure" death for both bills planes and pilots -

you," he exclaimed, wiping his because of the high cost involved. 4 who fly
h A them Al-
brow."There's. 1 To offset the veterans' groups'pressure
4f Kim Novak Kim Novak
there a "ZM E luring
some trees over ;
several members of
con- who could Eve
of the recruits play to any
chief, said one
gress have proposed a counter- "Atom," probably has been closerto
pressure letter writing campaign. an atomic reactor than
but I haven't any
I know
They are expected to ask taxpayers Hollywood actress. A sumptuous

)line. .,_ ---J.. to join in a letter lobby pinup of the film beauty hangs on

against the bill. the thick lead shield of the reac-
CALL ME MABEL A pair of "Able Mabels" In the Aerology .
TrailerMoving tor in the Nautilus. Naturally,
Study Division, Operations Department at NAS Jax, track a helium type
weather ballon launched for calculating winds aloft. MaybellePrater Kim generates enough interest to

AG1, (left) career Wave takes down data read by Mabel keep everybody aboard happy.
CostsDo Joy Riley, AG2, who plans to maJor in meteorology at college when Andie decorated
she completes her four-year enlistment. Murphy, most

soldier In WWII, Is in for another
you live in a house trailer?
Aerology 'Mabels' Experts On medal. He's to be honored by the
Thinking about buying one? i--= fjTES.
Belgian government GregoryPeck
Perhaps you should wait until!
a special survey on how much it Whether Weather Foul Or FairTwo plays a paratrooper in flash..
Next Sunday, the CPO Club back sequences of "The Man in
costs military personnel to trans- Waves, one named Mabel will barbecued
chicken din-
record in 4-H Club work before serve the Gray Flannel Suit The
and the other Maybelle both suf-
port their house trailers between ners on the patio, buffet style.
enrolling at the University of
ficiently interested in meteorology shoulder patch he wears honorsone
duty stations, is completed by the South Carolina, enlisted in the Serving will begin at 1400 until
to make it a career, are keeping 1900. The charge for adult dinnersis of the top combat units of
armed forces. the Aerology Division of the' Navy after completing three semesters -
; $1.20 and children's portions WWII-the yellow and black insignia -
and her
Between July 1 and Dec. 31, Operations Department at NAS funds ran out. 60 cents. of the famed 509th.Para-
This was in Feb. 1954 and her
such a survey will be made to Jax on its toes! Club officials have chute Inf. Bn., commanded by
present enlistment will not be announcedthat
determine if the 10 cents a mile Both_ Waves are also native- up each Col. Edson D. Raff Carl Rei-
until Saturday afternoon
Feb. 1958. With sights set until -
for trailers towed by born southerners. Maybelle Pra- Cae
allowance ner and Howie Morris, Sid
the closing of the
hard on meteorology she is making swimmingpool
and the 24 ter, AG1, is from Kingston, Ga. ,
private automobile, | and patio, the Club will sar's two sidekicks on the, latter's
moment count. serve
cents a mile allowance when they Mabel Joy Riley, AG2, who pre- barbecued hamburgers cheeseburgers TV show, also, will divorce their
commercial firms fers to be called by her middle BESIDES COMPLETING the -
towed "wives"
are by and hot dogs for the at the end of this season.
are proper. The survey could re- name, is from Meridian* Miss. An- Navy Aerology School, she is tak- venience of swimmers.. con-. The departing trio of females will

cult in an adjustment of the other link between the two is that ing as many USAFI courses as be replaced by Janet Blair, Pat
possible in order to lessen the A bulletin board has been
maximum allowance. both graduated from the Navy required Carroll and Shirt Conway.
Aerology School in LakehurSt, work when she returns to erected in the club for the con-
Special reporting sheets (DD N.J. college for her BS degree in me- venience of patrons who want to Rugged John Wayne now holds

form 1139)) entitled "House THERE TilE SIMILARITY teorology. She recently passed an advertise any articles that arc the honorary rank of "Four-Star

Trailer Transportation Cost Sur- ends, however. Maybelle is a ca- examination in Aeronautical Meteorology wanted or are for sale. General-USO. Fifth Army Wac

vey", will be given for required reer .Wave, studying right now with an exceptionallyhigh Sgt. Margaret L. Delancey bestowed
completion to all military person- grade. Right she is tak- the honor on the veteran
for the next E-7 examination. To- now Rhymes of the Times
nel who have their trailers moved ward this end she has completed ing Physical Geography and Eng- actor on behalf of the Chicago
between duty stations. lish Composition 1. soveu'iee GOING PLACES USO for..his work with the USO
about USAFI courses. May-
AWD PASS/AV/6TH5M/ / ALL.ivwew during WWII.
The owner will also be asked belle also has a long Navy record, When she is discharged, Mabel i we FIND THE WRECKAGCJUSr 4.0A

to record ,the number.of his dependents having enlisted in 1943,acquired JQY will attend Florida State WHOM SHALL W&'* CALL figure-conscious wife told her

how they traveled between the rating of Aviation Machinist'sMate University in Tallahassee where, *** friends, "I'm leaving my husband
..... ...
duty stations, and how and only turned to Aerology she will study in hopes of becom- lie upsets me so much I'm losing ,...r. .

',much leave he took to make the in Nov. 1950. ing a potential employee of the weight. The minute I'm down trt

s transfer Mab l Joy, who ran up quite a U.S. Weather Bureau. 112 pounds, out I march ,

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Hunter-Killer Group 4. The men spent a day learning: the role played by destroyers Gunner'i Mate Third Class P. R. Gifford,' explains the operation of a five-lmh
In Anti-Submarine Warfare. gun breech to Midshipman W.G. Prince. I

. Carrier Cruise Terminates Summer Training For Mids I h S. I IS

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i On July' 9, a group of 481 Midshipmen tions and function of each department flight was the first and last i
'I( from the U.S. Naval of the ship. These lectures tier flight for many others hoping
boarded the USS An-
Academy included air intelligence, aerology to be commissioned in the Ma-
tietam (CVS-36) at Annapolis, aerial photography, aircraft rines, Air Force, or the special St ,
j Md., for the final phase of their
maintenance, radio contact, navi- naval services..
second class training. .l "
summer ?
gation, flight operations,. and safe- The Midshipman Detachment ; :
Approximately half of the Classof ;
ty precautions. Demonstrations of on the Antietam has its own set
1958 has taken part in this annual
three-week-long cruise. the operational technique of each of Midshipman officers corres-

Culminating a two-months' sum- piece of ship and squadron equip ponding to, and working with, theship's I 'V
Imer employment schedule, the ment aboard were an importantpart company officer group. il
Jacksonville cruise was designed of these training periods. These Mid officers are completely ,
'Ito teach these future officers the One of the highlights of the en- responsible for the coordinationof a 'S_ C?+a

(close cooperation between air, tire training this summer was an the training schedule and :
'surface, and sub-surface units in individual highline transfer of watches pertaining to the Midshipman
anti-submarine warfare. Demon- each Midshipman to one of the six Detachment aboard the

t strations in Hunter-Killer tactics escorting destroyers, where he ship. Heading the organizationwas i '
were held for the Midshipmen by spent 24 hours learning, through D. A. Westbrook, Midshipman
1!Hunter-Killer Group 4, comprised lectures similar to those on the Executive Officer, and P. D. Hof- o !

i of the Antietam, flagship of Rear Antietam, the role played by the steadt, Midshipman Deputy Exec
Adm. James R. Lee, six destroyers destroyer in modern ASW. utive.Officer.

\from Destroyer Division 10, and ANOTHER EXCITING part of TIIEREVERE A total of 32
the submarine USS Surago.A the training was. the indoctrina- different departmental watches
ItIGOROUS SCHEDULE of tional flight from the carrier deckin that the Mids might stand duringthe .
training activities was carried out one of the TF.l's aboard. I cruise, The purpose of the -
I by the Mids aboard the Antietam, I Though many of the Midshipmenplan watches, which included officer of Practical experience In the operation of this rasollne-drivtn,
lectures were given on the opera- to be naval aviators, this the day, junior officer of the day, dual-purpose P-500 pump, used in fire fighting a part of the I

...",.,.,. .. _. -" .. .. .--.. V' ,."''''''.'_'''''A',__''___ __"" engineering officer of the watch training schedule.
and many other responsible positions _,_..A ._.... ,_,_......""__, ,, __,___ ..
was to familiarize the Midshipmen .

with duties of their
watch running-mate.
Previous to the Jacksonville

cruise, the Midshipmen spent two
weeks at the Little Creek, Va,

Amphibious Training Base, parti L r
cipating in mock amphibious war-
fare along with a unit from the
Eighth Marines, and three daysat 7. A'Yif> r
the Chincoteague Naval Air Zr 4
Station observing the Navy's
latest high-performance jet planes
and guided missiles.

ALSO PART OF the earlier

summer's training program was a
seven-day tour at the Philadelphia -
Naval Shipyard. During this
stay in Philadelphia the Mids visited
the Naval Air Medical Research
i Center, the Engineering
Y.i a Research and
Development Center -
and the Vertol Aircraft Cor- Work finds its place this art
.on .cruise as the living spaces
poration, manufacturers of helicopters cleaned in preparation fdr the daily Inspection. I
4 for the Navy.
; On the aviation side ";t ;trti: : ::X?r Y'N3bltSlyJtRR A.! A..w.uvw..a.oRt.SAaVM1A., lvt/.747.E r.'t:!':'' : '1.''+"""\'
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I with modern radar navigation each Midshipman I training, at Annapolis just prior .
1 learn to use the sextant for celestial navigation. to embarkation for Jacksonville,

1 "' 1Wi the Midshipmen spent, ten days
flying N3N and UF aircraft at
NAS Greenbury Point.

BECAUSE OF the size of the
four battalions engaged in'the yry .V Jba

summer training, the various : :. ok
tours and visits were alternated to
allow for sufficient time and accommodations
for all the Midship k 5;},
men. The first two battalions
went to Halifax, Nova Scotia
'' their carrier cruise
'' phase. This
usual port of call for the summer
fi m I j
(M training cruise
;5 was visited by a > a!rZ.
Hunter-Killer Group similar to
the force that visited
The carrier in
group was the ?
r': USS Tarawa.

hkd ayi:J. The entire summer training has ;; : ati-
J ,w .. ..,.i. >......... ..:r --M.$:. "" i'..r", < $i.r..: <:;o,: provided an important and excite _
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Lectures uch as this Air Intelligence talk are Important In the ing chapter to the careers of the hM"\. '* "

trainingof'a future Naval Officer. future officers of the class of '58. 41-M Midshipmen){ tun'mount receIve iatitrus' tlon the operation of s., t-k
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Palm'trees Florida moon and silken summer air" blend to make"'a dream setting for U.S. Naval A -b-rin;,a future officer's leadership qualities Is exercised at
I Academy midshipmen and their "drags" on the terrace of the Prudential Insurance Company's 22the Prudential Dance as a Mid and his date try a new dance k1ep. I
story Jacksonville skyscraper Yi

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tam docked at the Mayport
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Carrier Basin on July 19, the
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Jacksonville area extended a

festooned welcome to 481 Na-

? ;; val Academy midshipmen and
S 37 Sea Explorers from the

i Baltimore area. J

This marked the first time thata
This happy couple toasts a most pleasant and successful evening Midshipman Cruise has visited
I with some of the soft drinks provided at the Welcome Dance.
'. Jax via carrier The Jack
sonville Junior Chamber of Commerce

the Jacksonville Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
: Sa and the USO carried out an elabo-
edr t., rate schedule of social and recreational
-:' activities for the Midshipmen

______ : Sea Explorers, and crew
members of Hunter-Killer Group

Four ,

t TilE HIGHLIGHT of events
for the Midshipmen was a wel-
come dance held at the
o>" 0 magnificent -
Prudential Life Insurance

Building. Approximately400 of
n M j the cream of Jacksonville's beauty

/ c r wS: crop turned out greet the Mid-
al pmen'. The spacious waterfront
The magnificent Prudential Building grounds set a romantic
terrace helped set the scene for
y 4 Keene for the Midshipman "Welcome Dance" la Jacksonville '
'r.'a.hi } { '
:C9''X' ::SJA'! 'Q R. Y : ; r one of the most successful dances
Srind.R ri )oww i
ever held in honor of the Midshipmen -
of the Rock of --- -
Midshipman Don Newcomb looks over piece
I Gibralter at the Prudential Dance with a Jacksonville beauty. Music was provided by
the Jax Navy band.


Midshipmen included a swimming

a d Mh \.t party and'a picnic at Jacksonville
rrapay' Beach, and the Miss Duval County

''" fr' Beauty Pageant Twenty-six for-
r dyy i tunate Midshipmen acted: as escorts -
for the shapely contestants.

,, x' 'Following the Pageant a, dance
.< 'was held at the'Dandshel1 for enlisted

E y !t.1: A' 'r3 X/ a5k' 1 personnel. The Antietam
k.f ty b):YNSY 55 SSSS -S E was the site of a party for some
2IS. 125 Duval County youngsters.
;i iS.'u. Similar parties were also held
$ : aboard
the visiting destroyers and
'S J5 submarines.

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concluded with a tea-dance for
':r a,: t. Midshipmen and guests at the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
; ( I! .b Officer's Club.Athletic .
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a baseball game with tho

: :j fS: r aArw/ ) American Legion Post 9 team, a
>ir v9t1i'Swl. basketball game with the Beachcombers

.Y.i Yr and Softball with&. thq
I St. Johns Baptist team '
't Miss Perrfr Slepbenson. "rum .'the gauntlet" ,nd won l1DcJ
her date. ; Jitterbugs dance to the music of the Jax Navy Band.

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t The fire was hot, but,the food filled empty stomachs after
i a loaf day on the beach.
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The Officers Club at NAS lax was the setting! for the Tea Dance.

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Monday, July 30, marks the 14th i
birthday of the Navy Waves. It

is with pride that the Station ( by NATTC Librarian
Waves will wear their uniformon \-, all Navy libraries in the area)
the birthday date.It Go Near The Water:

is in keeping with the fine .w new books have ar-
traditions of the Navy that the Among them is this humor-

Waves walk side by side with the i tale of Navy public relations
men-in-blue holding their heads t'JS. on a Pacific Island during

high, knowing they arc doing a War II. Excerpts appeared'
job that rates a well done.It Life Magazine to create many

is at this time that all Waves for the book and hero

should re-read and ponder their !
Service Prayer.Waves'. Of Lono: Another of the
in earlier times is this his-
Prayer ... .,""',... _::._".."...';.,'........ ...:.....,...;... .,."w"y-......,.'....,.....,...S\4C.+ ".t ""'''S4ab' ;:''''''.w.. ;'' _. _"*'.......".,..,",>':-.;', ."."" novel based on Captain ..
Dear Lord I
as kneel l down to
pray I have much'to ask: WEEKEND WARRIORS These 24 Weekend Warlors, now on training:',duty with voyage to Hawaii. The
I need the strength with which to 741 of NAItTU Jax, are civilian employees of NAS Jacksonville. They combine skills such is told by a young midship-
men, radarmen, technicians, administrative personnel and mechanics. First row left to ) in the party.
bear a nation's mighty task. Norman Cain, AMS1; H. F. Ennis, AR; S. M. Crowell, ADE1; Charles Register, ADE1]
Grant me, O Lord, the grace to DCP1; Ira Strickland, AN' James Burton, ADE1 Earl Brown, ADE1; Ben Thompson, ADE1; And The Underwater
wear with dignity and pride tles, ADE1; S. D. Lyons, AN; and Jesse Knott, AlEl. Back row (left to right) Thomas : A new history of under-
My uniform, and take with it its ADE2; Marvin Roberts, ADE1; James Burns, ADEC; George Horn, ADEC; Casey ; exploration begins with
Harold Esposito, ADEC; J. J. Wensten, 'ADEC; Ray Splinter, AMSC; V. B. Mathis, AA; S. 'of early man and carries
meaning in my stride. son, AMS1; Charles Coker, ADE1; and Marvin Homer, ADE1. Missing from the photo are
Teach me,O Lord, obedience thatI Wiggins, AMS3; Gordon Reedy, AKCA; and Ben Alderman, CSG1. the work of Piccard. Fas-
may do my best material' for anyone, but
Until our country once again is CV Fasron for those who them-
peaceful and at rest. Up The are finding the lure'of dis-
And having these to guide me in underwater sports.

while our Navy's in the warI LADDERWith Nears Sea And Sky: The scien-

have but to thank you, I cannot -explorer, Auguste Piccard,
ask for more. Civilians Of Training his own story of work on the
Thank you for our country, for balloon and the ba-
our people free and brave. (Weekly the Jax Air News in Fleet Air Service Another to intrigue

And make me ever worthy, Lord, cooperation with the Industrial (CV Fasron) 741 the armchair and the active
to be a "Navy Wave." Relations Department will list four original \ .

various promotions Naval Air rior squadrons of Of Adventure: Famous
Dancing under the stars! Sounds Reserve Training contribute to
grand doesn't it? Add a terrific sonville, winds up volume of stories which ex
buffet supper of ham and turkey, On the promotion roster effective two weeks: the challenge and fascin-
smooth music by the Jax Navy July 15 and 16 were six em- Saturday. of the strange, the impos .
combo plus your favorite beau. ployees, four from Supply De- and the dangerous.
And gals, you have a splendid partment, and one each from Included among the Falconer's Voyage: "Voyage of
vM and 114 enlisted men of
Overhaul and Repair Departmentand
evening in store. Plan to attend
who in in company they do not
ron are
the Wave's anniversary dance being Fiscal Department. Weekend Warriors to a destination they do
held on the patio of the chief's Promoted at Supply Depart- of NAS Jax know." That Is the main In-
i club July 30 from 2000-2400 and ment were Marjorie Kinney, typist life. organi't"t in a novel of the impact

we guarantee you will be glad GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3; & The squadron's the Normandy landings on a
you went. Be there with the rest : Faye Brown, file clerk GS-2 to __ lend operational and of British officers and men
of your shipmates when the skip general supply clerk GS-3; Mary to other a landing craft flotilla.
per cuts the gigantic Wave's' Caverzasl, typist GS-2 to clerk- O & R WORKER ON DUTY port
And Guided Missiles
of the NAS. fleet by maintaining
birthday cake. typist GS-3; and Willie Murray, Typical many
third to high Jax employees who are Weekend and maintenance latest survey in non-mathe-
There are surprises and thrills warehouseman step Warriors in the Naval-Air keeping the pilots and terms of the theory, de-
planned for the semi-formal anniversary lift truck operator third step. Reserve Is Charles Register, proficient in their and function of the various
above. Charles has been with
and Re-
Advanced at Overhaul
rockets missiles.
of and
Holt CV Fasron 741 for six years. I The training has
pair Department was Joyce ,
Of Mars Technical
lie and his father both are em- qualifying "check" :
TIDE clerk-stenographer GS-3 to sec ployed at Jax O & R. aircraft qualifying all involved in launching of a
HIGH LOW retary (stenography) GS-5; and in the functions of ship for a trip to Mars in a
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. promoted at Fiscal Departmentwas WEATHER OUTLOOK and divisions within for the scientists among us
Fri. 10:44 10:54 Elizabeth Fennell, clerk- fully intend to make it pos-
: : 4:18: 4:35: Jax organization;
stenographer GS-4 to clerk (stenographer Friday-Partly cloudy throughout -
t Science-Fiction fans who
Sat. 11:25: 11:33: 4:56: 5:21: flying and 35 hours I
) GS-5. the day; scattered thunder- dash of will also
Sun. 12:10: -- 5:39: 6:12: training for each I a reality
showers; warm.SaturdayCloudy. cludes instrument it a good choice.
Overheard in a telephone booth: ,Gert: "Yes, I"wrote a confession with thundershowers tional training Big Lie: Psychological war

"But Henry darling our love is story once. is not necessarily new' (Han
kid during the day; clearing flights and test and
Mabel: "Was it sold, ? use of elephants, the In-
such a beautiful thing, aren't you Gert: "No honey, but the editor at night. war-whoop, the Rebel yell

afraid you'll spoil it if you marry came all the way. from New Yorkto Sunday-Continued warm and Garden examples who come to mind).

Alice?" meet me." cloudy; scattered showers. modern use, however, Is more

Greets 15 and effective beyond ac-
"r: S. combat.: How this aspect of

%f ); 1 : .. New is thought out and im-
: ; ) is the story by a British
: Fifteen new who used the ideas in
Naval Air Station War II. A true story which
'....,. cloak and thrillers
.:., ,( attended the dagger
tame! '
en by the circle at
of Mrs. William S. King's Messenger: But if you
Wednesday want a cloak and dagger
Mrs. Arthur F. Coe we suggest yfi\ try this one
of the Garden Club a mission to Colonial} America.

ville, with which the
circle is affiliated, SCUTTLEBUTT
J. Varnedoe, sponsor of
were also honor guests.Receiving 4t. .
with the ; .

}. rn'ySy the president, Mrs. J.
stry, and the first vice

d Mrs. B. J. Robison.
Ettinger welcomed 1

door. The punch
sided over by Mrs. =I Ir
well and Mrs. B. F. 1
iltj '
:..S s JC 4.5
... Outside little f..
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BANSHEE ERA ENDS FOR CVG-4 It was somewhat of a nostalgic moment for pilots of Car- nounced the :
4 tier Air Group Four last week when the jet'Banshee era In the group came to a close after more than "Do you know what .
five years. Here. .Comdr. AVilllam Fly air group commander, sees the final big 'Banjo taxied by Lt Underneath that realty ore o seamaq'apprentice
) Bishop, A-4f, for ferrying to NAAS'Sanford. The occasion was of unusual significanceforciSdrVFl smaller type was : jiren'f.i youj
of CVG-4 when the Banshee was introduced to the (
who was skipper of VF-22, a unit \In and hoar our new !
air group In 1951. He has personally! flown more than 350 hour In the r2II-2 Banshee. .


1ft JAX AIR NEWS 26 July 1956

I fax' DVC Center Surveys Proud Past; r .,

Eves... Future On Eighth- Anniversary-

Eight years ago, in July, in evacuating the wounded from used for residual spraying, mist
Korea. ing, and wet or dry dusting.A .
1949, the present Disease Vec- ,,, 1ie
Further, a portable type insecticide !. second machine converted b M
tor Control Center was com
dispersal gear, which could from the smoke generators is used,
missioned by the Navy as its be jettisoned by the pilot if he today for both soil poisoning and # -"
first permanent Malaria and needed to disencumber his plane surface treatments in termite con- :
Mosquito Control Unit for combat, was successfullytested trol operations.
"Malmos No.2," as It became on F4U and ADI type aircraft ALL THIS WAS achieved

known, was not much of a unit, operating locally from the mainly by the Testing and De-
numerically speaking. Under the deck of the carrier USS Leyte. veloping Section. But the Operations .

direction of able Lcdr. John M. Secondly, the unit was a research Section\ the unit also was I r ,k ': ____
first, who had fought for its existence center where many of the capturing laurels. During the S. 5- S S _
ever since the Navy's wartime then new insecticides were first Kansas City flood of 1951, person.
insect control units had been tested and tried. nel of the unit were sent to assist -
generally disbanded with the Thirdly, it was a training center in emergency insect and rodent
close of hostilities, it consisted ofa for Reserve entomologist, control.
small space located in the NAS doctors and public works personnel Within 24 hours of receivingthe
Jax Dispensary and, in addition to of all military forces, who dispatch from the Bureau of
the officer-in-chargo, a staff of came here for refresher courses Medicine and Surgery, two planes
three enlisted men and a clerk- from all parts of the nation. loaded with insecticide spray

typist, Mrs. Sarah F. Altee. SHORTLY AFTER Dr. Hirst equipment and men were under- > _
Mrs. Altee, who last week wona was relieved in 1952 by Lcdr. way to "K.C." where stockyardsand Ic4 k
commendation from Lcdr. Fran Kenneth L. Knight, Malmos No. 1 business areas were under rf i k M o 't;
cis R. DuChanois, present officer- was redesignated Preventive water. Many animals were
in-charge, hadn't thought much of Medicine Unit No.2, thus be- drowned, causing widespread decomposition
mosquitoes when she first joined coming linked with six similarly and breeding millions
the unit in 1948, before it was designated units supported by the of disease-bearing flies.
even commissioned. But she soon Navy, However, it retained its Among those who went was Lt.
found mosquitoes were a fascinat- early individual mission while Joseph G. McWilliams, now head
ing subject, and the work being carrying out additional duties of the operations section. STAFF MEMBERS Here's the "crew" of the Disease Vector
Control Center. Kneeling (left to right): R. J. Albertini, JIM; D. R.
done the unit of importance within the Sixth Naval District
by On call around the clock
Schmitt, HM3; E. L. Clancey, HMI; and U. W. Clark, AA. Front
) not only to the Navy but and Caribbean areas. operations section is still called row, standing (left to right); Lt. Joseph McWilliams, operations
to. almost every Federal agency. In 1952 it tackled a project for upon to conduct field inspections, manager; Lcdr. Francis DuChanols, bffleer-ln-charge Mrs. Sarah
ONE"TnING and Altee, secretary; Ensign P. II. Thompson; and CWO E. E. Atwood,
FOR the unit was converting Todd Type E smoke surveys, investigation of vec- '
administration. Second row: E. F. Gist, HMI; R. W. Hunt, AA; andL.
pioneering in the development of generators installed on the fantails tor problems such as recently oc- W. McGrath, 8M!. Back row; II. F. Alters Jr., HMC; L. B. Alltop,
automatic aircraft disinfestation. of destroyers during the war curred in Putnam County when it IIMC; E. J. LeBlanc, HMC; and B. L. Munn, IIMC.
Ultimately it succeeded in having for laying passive defense smoke was infested with mosquitoes.. On .
aerial dlsinsection. equipment, devised screens, into insecticide dispersal request of Senator George -
in its own laboratory, installed equipment. Resulting was a,multipurpose Smathers, the unit sent planes and
in overseas military aircraft insecticide dispersing machine men into the area to conduct
and in hospital planes used now known as "MIDA," aerial spraying to help relieve the
I -'II('Ill I r lflMl .w.- .ur' ':"'\ THIS MONTH; although there 1

s,; s was no cake, the unit celebrated
its eighth anniversary with a new
designation Disease Vector
Control Center. Now unique and
individual in its mission by official
recognition, the Center servesan
area including the Eastern Sea
Frontier as well as the CaribbeanSea
Frontier.Its .
third officer-in-charge is assisted .
by two junior officers, a I4:
warrant officer, four chiefs and kin !r/Yaaq
eight enlisted men, plus a civilian b "eS
entomologist and its efficient
clerk-typist. It looks back over its
constructive history with pride. It y itq +

surveys its present with confidence
knowing that its services,
technical assistance, research and
training are of unestimable valueto
z-IuIII the Navy.
: To date 380 Reserves of all mili- ?
: _
tary services, plus inumerable .

Sixth Naval District personnel attending "SKEETER" DETECTION -Two of the most troublesome
the annual two weeks types of mosquitoes in the area genus adea and psorphora lay
conferences held here, have received eggs along the creek banks where they bake undetected in the svn
EXAMINING "BITERS" E. F. Gist, HMI, exam&es moaqul- until washed rain to I
training in advanced tech- by Into the water hatch. After a heavy rain
toes caught In a light trap for Identification Of 68 .
varieties L. B. Alltop, IIMC larvae while L. N.
dips McGrath UM2
local niques. If there is up ,
I found In the state of Florida, 35 thrive Of these, SO varieties one phase of the stands ready to spray
are "biters. However, only females are equipped by nature work important to Lcdr. Du
to "draw blood." Chanois it is that of training.
Every man on his staff will vouch
for that.
tinually developing new and dan-

ar. gerous if improperly handled insecticides .
this is of great Impor- '
tance. In the "Powder Room" of
the Center's field laboratory, so
+ called because stored here.are up
PrQ ': l to $18,000 worth of various poisonous
powders, or dusts, the Cen x a'o
ter maintains large supplies of <
I -': : : DDT, chlordane, benzine hexa- ., !

choloride, pyrophylite mixing 1 M +
powder, sodium fluoride and mal-

f', In addition to the dust, the
,;, Center maintains about $55,000
r i: worth of spray equipment, some
;. here and some at various bases
i1Pa.r n within the Sixth Naval District.

Thus with the past tucked un-
der its belt, the present well in
hand, the Disease Vector Control
Center at NAS Jacksonville is
_._ ___..."m.nn __ _... well equipped to view the future
,. .. ..co.
UNIT 'OLD TIMER' CITED Ledr. Francis DuChanois, offs with optimism, hope and determination ?
cer-ln-ch&rge of the Disease Vector Control Center, fives an official L INSECTORIUM
to continue to build an Care and feeding of some strange pet
"well done" to Mrs. Sarah Allot, who has served the unit as secretary housed U the
enviable record of service and large class jars is the Job of D. R. Schmitt, HM3. The
ever since It was established In 1948. Here he reads the can "Pets" are non-resistant strains of roaches and flies raised in the
achievement, I
.nlendatlon. Insectoriant of the Vector Control Center.Page .


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1956VICTORY JAX Am NEWS Page 11 .

Fliers Host Deep Sea Fishing

To MoodyPosting Trip Saturday

Another of the everpopulardeep

sea fishing trips off the
creditable diamond performances
snapper banks will be con-
A over the past two
T\\ ducted Saturday under the direction
weeks, Jax Navy's Fliers return
; : of Bill Arnold, AB1, of
home today -to host Moody Air
the NATTCcnter Fish Shack.
: ; Force Base, Ga., in a two game
Tickets for the event are
series Friday and Saturday.Friday's .
now on sale; first come, first
game is set for 1600,
while Saturday's tilt Is slated for served.
The trip will be made aboard
1400. the Winner II from the docks
After taking a 17-5 shellacking at Mayport with departuretime

from Eglin'Air Force Base early at 0730, returning about
: last week, the Fliers bounced 1630.

back behind hurler Frank Jan- Red snapper, amberjack, and

kunis to trim NAS Pensacola, 8-3 shark are among the fish .
at Pensacola. caught.

1. Returning to Jax, the Fliers
picked wins No. 28 and 29 last
SMILES Displaying their brightest smiles are these members of the HosplUl golf
team, which captured the Malnstde Intramural title. Team members are (left to right) Lawrence weekend at Mason Field, downing Berths Open On
I .Campbell, IIMC; Comdr. Richard Clearance; Lcdr. Woodrow Batten; Capt. Benjamin Ahl, commanding Donaldson Air Force Base, 9-0,
officer of the Hospital; Comdr. Lawrence Nastasl;Tom Hornbuckle, IIMC; Lt Carlton Ilardey; and and 7-2. Jim Boroff hurled the :
William King IIMC. Not present when the photo was taken were Capt. William Queen: Ensign R. first triumph with a three-hit I Jax Navy 6ND
Phillips; and Lewis Walker IIM3.
stint, while his team mates collected -

18.Ronny Softball ClubDaily
Pistol Club
Syme was credited with
the second win over Donaldson, tryouts are presently being -

Shoots spacing out three hits. held to select a composite
SundayThe ..._._.1' -_
Station softball team to representJax

Jax Navy Pistol Club will CrackerjaxNow Navy in the forthcomingSixth

hold its first approved NRA Pistol Naval District tournamentsat

match Sunday, July 20, at the Share Green Cove Springs,during the

Jacksonville Police Pistol Range, 4 1 week of August 20.Approximately .
south of Imeson :
just airport. 30 outstanding

Competition is open to any NRA City LeadDropping candidates have been chosen by

members or members of affiliated coaches and umpires from teams

clubs. Entries will be accepted at vp.18 Protests Fray; their second game in competing in both Mainside and

the range' and target positionswill City League competition, the Jax NATTCcnlcr softball leagues and
Navy Crackerjax bowed to Mer- also the NATTCenter
be assigned upon making softball

entry. Reset For rill-Stevens last Wednesday night, varsity, to try out for a berth on
Playoff Today 13-3. The Waves share the
The following is a schedule of now the Jax Navy unit.

matches. (NRA rules will apply): loop lead with Merrill-Stevens. In addition to the selected

Match 1, 22 National Match The All-Station Softball Championship playoff, which Aviation Helpless at the plate, the Wave players, coach Lt. William Lyonshas

Course; Match 2, Center Fire Electrician School Sparkies won last week from Patrol Squadron 18, contingent couldn't muster a hit announced that any person

NMC; Match 3, 45 National Match i will be replayed today at 1600 at Enterprise Field as Connie Stewart, former chucker nel having qualified softball ex-
for the Jacksonville Gator
Course; Match 4, Aggregate of 1, The re-play of the perience are welcome to competefor
mural softball season at both Girls, held the Station lassies hit-
2, and 3; Match 5, (Novice) Twice ship game was ChamPion-I a place on the squad. Practices -
Mainside and VP-
NATTCenter. less
during the six-inning fray.
Course. are being held daily at 1600on
over Camp Perry Patrol Squadron IB lodged a pro-
18 rolled through Mainside com- Saturday night under the lightsat
Firing will start at 1300. Entry test against the Sparkies for usIng Enterprise diamond.AllNavy .
I petition with 22 straight victories, Enterprise diamond it was another .
fees will be $1.50 per match with ineligible players. The'pro- while the Sparkles had to beat story for the Crackerjaxas t
the exception of the aggregate. test was allowed, thus necessitating -
off stiff competition to end up they came from behind 5-10 Eastern
Package entry fee is 400. another playoff tilt. with a record of 162. to win against Merrill-Stevens,

I In the July 17 playoff game, __ 0..__ 1110. It was in the last of the
Hospital's Title AE School won, 81. seventh inning that the Waves Golf Meet Slated

The sudden-death championshiptilt won it.With.

In Golf is the payoff for a long, intra- SPORTSSCHEDULE two out, Crackerjax Saya- For Jax Aug. 6-9
tovich and Ortiz drew walks and

Horseshoe Loop Mary Hebcrt gained first on an NAS Jax golf course will be the

One-Half PointA Title At StakeChampionships error. Three runners on and first site of the All-Navy Eastern Golf

baseman Shirley Hanson steppedup Championships to be held August
of the NATT- Baseball: Jax Fliers vs Moody
compilation of final figures I to the plate and blasted outa 6 through August 9.
Center horseshoe league shouldbe AFB here, July 27-28; Fliers at
show that Hospital's golf team round Fielder Pat Ash-
i settled this week when Nav- Augusta, Ga., July 30-31. Expected to draw some 100 par-
inched NARTU out of first place craft then .gained first on an error ticipants from 13 districts and
meets Administration -
AirWeaps-one Softball Station
by a mere one-half point to reignas : Championship and there was no stopping the
commands, the Eastern meet will
tomorrow (Friday) noon on playoffs between VP-18
champion in the Mainside Intramural Crackerjax, as Ann Cooper
be divided into three divisions-
the Rosendahl Gym courts. (Mainside) and AEA) School
Golf League. knocked three out into
a bagger
senior .
I (NATTC) tonight (Thursday), open wome)1's.Participants
Final standings center and brought the winningrun
Field 1600. in the division -
Enterprise open
.Team W I. Marine across the plate seconds lateron
NARTU 50 SOU 22 2114 Boxing Wave Softball: Crackerjax vs Diana Fitzpatrick's single. will include those successfulin
Administration 8H 23"4Fairon Merrill-Stevens Brcntwood 2000 prior district tournaments. The
; Sporting a 17-6 record the
V AII.l 45 26 I senior division is restricted to
109 41U 30 4Kairon Begins TuesdayWith July 30.G'oll Waves travel to Eglin Air Force
personnel who have reached their
6 41 :31ComFalrJax
40U 14 : All Navy Eastern Golf Base this weekend to meet the
VC62 40#i 31 fl i eight boxing bouts, a tag Tournaments here, August 6-11. Eglinettes in a two game series. 45th birthday. Women's play is
VA-44 40 28 32Supply 44 wrestling match, and a 30-minute open to all women Naval personnel -

F'AW3L I 20',4 511,4 judo exhibition on tap, inter .
company Marine boxing smokers e Open division play will consistof

Lancasters CloseIn will resume Tuesday at 1900 in 72 holes medal play; senior division .

King Hall. ,- 54 holes, medal; and

On Sauers In Capt. Tom Mooney, Airman 4 Y } women's division, 54 holes, medal.

Preparatory School Athletic Of- t .

ficer and announcer of the bouts, Storekeepers Cop
PlayGeorge said that T/Sgt. Sam Griffin's
I Company 29 will oppose boxers Ping Pong Crown
and Alice Lancaster I
from Sgt. Jim Fallin's Company
Aviation Storekeepers School'stable
shook up the standings in the I
NATTCenter mixed doubles bowl- 24.With tennis team, skippered by
ing league last week by taking Company 24 boxers named Ernie Wittenberg and Ivan Beckman -

four points from Bill and Billie first, following is the boxing Hi % 94'V4 brought the first intramuraltitle

Kane, three from Jim and Betty card.J. for the Storekeepers in.
Sauers, three from George and A. Greene, 152, vs. F. A. Io- w NATTCenter competition.

Phyllis Blessinger, and three from i vine; R. E. Killion, 128, vs. C. L. Members of the winning team
I Carter; R. M. Rains, 137, vs. E. A. Beckman
Dan and Joan Varnes to move i were Wittenberg, Jim
into second place. Capozzoli; T. M. Murphy, 153, vs. Savelle, Ed Johnson, Tony Cap-

The Sauers duo moved into I C. F. Buchannan; J. V. Casca- pola, Paul Peterson and Dan Tar- -

first place, however, by winning I rano, 141, vs. P. J. Mamino; R. R. ;: (1r' water.
imartino, 139, vs. C. E. Behrens; I .
four from Bob and Co Dausch, ; ,
while former leaders Al and Celia D. L, Jackson, 162, vs. R. L. Bryant s., SubSplinters Pace
; and R. E. Benacke, 139,. vs. d s p
Joe DePalma and Dot were Boatwright.dropping four R. C. McGee. rHV..HAksyi;+ ,**...,...---......................_ .,ww............. ..... "m.'_'. ._ IM Tennis Action

.-....- The tag wrestlers are R. A. KNOCK IT OFF Cigars ablaze, these two }Marine Company Coach. Hunter Bell's Support
One housewife to another: "I Bunker and H. J. Cippola' of commanders from Airman Preparatory School square off prior to Splinter tennis team with 12
got 'to.thinking the other day Company 24, and D. Johnson the meeting of their company teams in an inter-company smoker straight victories leads the
next Tuesday in King Hall at 1900. Left is
T/Sgt Sam Griffin of
you know.how you do when'" the.I and M. R. Ilunsicker of Company Co. 29 and right is Sgt. Jim Fallin of Co. 24. The sparks will fly NATTCenlar Intramural tennis
television'' set iSI' broken."' 29. in next Tuesday's bouts, the two Marines aver. league.r.j.w .

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FOR RENT sponsible for coordinating the aIr.
2 bdrm. furn. bungalow. 2346 rr craft evacuation plans.

Somerset, Lake Shore. EV
The following conditions
86076. Holden. of''

3 bdrm. hse. Fenced yd.. 4106 Ren- r I readiness are prescribed in the
dale Dr. EV 8-6089. rr Security Bill involving
the physical safety of all personnel .
3 rm. unfurn. apt. 837 Acosta St.
buildings and equipment
$55. EV 74532. Walter. the station.
3 bdrm. hse. Carport. Near NAS
and Cecil. EV 7-4638. Condition Four indicates a pos
sible threat of destructive winds
Modern lake cottage. Crystal
: : ; of force within 72 hours. Precau
Keystone Heights. Ext.
,. tions to secure within 12 hours
8395 or CO 4-8144. Totten. %
FOR SALE .; : : will be ordered by the command
3 bdrm. hse. Carport. Nr. NAS Initial preliminary

and Cecil. EV 74638. precautionary measures will betaken I

3 bdrm. C.B. hse. Nr. Schools. GI 7 and general operations wills,
be continued.
finance. 5248 Glenwood. EV

8-0121 or Ext. 777. Pierotti. b CONDITION THREE, defined'

3 bdrm. C.B. hse. Equity, $1395. __......_..__n.n.nm.n..n.n..n....... ..... ... n ._____._m as destructive winds expected
VA finance. 6220 Alexon Dr. within 48 hours, calls for the continuation
PIPED OVER TilE SIDE Two Chiefs at NAS Jax were piped over the side In true Navy tradition -
Oak HilL Ext. 8586, Ltjg( ) Rollick last Friday after serving 20 years on duty. In the left photo, Zeno Hatcher, ENC, leading chief of preliminary precau
of the Boathouse of Operations Department, returns the salute of his shipmates as he marches down tions as well as that of .general
2 bdrm. hse. GI equity, $49 per the steps of retirement. At the same ceremony Jack Coon, MUC, (right) bandmaster with the Jax operations.
mo. 5255 Camille Ave. EV 9- Navy band, tenders his farewell salute. Both were personally bade farewell and congratulated for their ,Condition Two
fine service by Capt. William S. Harris, NAS lax commanding officer. anticipating destructive .
8680. Roberts. winds within 24 hours,

MISCELLANEOUSRide directs precautions to enable the

wanted from corner of Alert Airman Acts entire station to secure within 12

Lakeshore and Birkenhead to II W YA'KlldW/ Quickly In Aiding hours, continuing general opera-

NAS. Working hrs.: 08001630. IJI tions if possible. When winds of
HERE ARE$ ANSWERS: TO TiE) Stricken/ Sailor
Ext. 789. Mrs. Watkins. \I'}I QueSTIONS SERVICEMEN AND THEIR destructive force are expected to

FAMILIES/ ASK! THE VETERANS James Price, AN, of the Pas- reach the local area within 12

.ADMINISTRATION& EVERY t CttV...: OJ sive Defense Division at the hours, the executive officer will

Naval Air Technical Training order the complete security of the

EmD (By Armed Forces Press Service) he is In service, he no longer" Center, received commenda- station.

I Q-I am going to summer can be considered a legal mem- tory remarks at quarters this When Condition Two is set all

,0 Thursday, July 26 school under the WWII GI Bill ber of your household, for pur week for his prompt action in station personnel will be recalledto

Mainside-Miracle In The Rain and my course ends August 31. pose of the extra compensation resuscitating an unidentified the station and all liberty can

(drama): Jane Wyman, Van John- Will I be allowed to finish, even payments stricken sailor in the Bicycle celled. Local broadcasting stations

son. though the July 25 wind-up of the Q-Is it necessary for a disabled Shop. will be used to carry out the accomplishment -

NATTCenter-A Woman's Face: program applies to me? Korea veteran to undergo voca- When the sailor fainted, while the Shore

t Melvin Douglas, Joan Crawford. A-The 'law prohibits you tional counseling before he begins probably from the heat, Price Patrol will further disseminatethe

Hospital-Davy Crocket: Fess from training' after July 25, vocational rehabilitation training applied his first aid knowhowand recall order in theaters, restaurants

Parker, Buddy Ebson. 1956 under the GI Bill. It does under Public Law 894 had the stricken man con- dance halls, and other
not provide for exceptions to scious when corpsmen arrived. public gathering places.
A-Yes. The law requires
Friday, July 27 vocational -
allow veterans to finish their WHEN THE STATION has been
Mainside-Two Gun Lady: Peg I counseling for all dis
courses. Y 011 ,mar, of course, secured for the hurricane married
lie Castle, William Talman.NATTCenter abled veteran-trainees, In orderto AN-P School
-Miracle In The continue your course after July determine need for training, personnel or those with dependents

Rain (drama): Jane Wyman, Van 15 at your own expense. and in order to help the veteran (Continued from Page 1) will'be permitted to return

Johnson. Q-If a serviceman dies In service choose a training program-best for two days'by ,indoctrination, to their homes if they can be
do his beneficaries have a suited to him. spared.
Hospital-A Woman's Face:Mel- group testing, Interest and mechanical
choice in type of payment of his Q-Must a veteran's blindnessbe and When Condition One is ordered
vin Douglas, 'Joan Crawford. company
indemnity? service-connected, in order for organization. evacuation is considered neces

Saturday, July 28' A-No. The indemnity is paid him to qualify for special VA sary. All possible precautions are

Mainside-Walk The Proud In only one way: 120 equal aids for the blind? THE FIRST WEEK begins with to be taken to safeguard both per-

Land (cine scope western): Audie monthly Installments, with each A-Not necessarily: But he airman school indoctrination, firefighting sonnel and material. All department -

Murphy, Anne Bancroft. Installment at $9. 9 per $1,000of must have a service-connected and survival courses, but heads will keep key civilian

NATTCenter-Two Gun Lady: Indemnity It Is only la post- disability entitling him to VA all are kept in the "common core"until personnel at their posts to aid in

Peggie Castle, William Talman. service Korea Insurance thata compensation. This( disabilityneed the results of the group test securing the station and let all

Hospital-Miracle In The Rain: choice exists In payment of not be his loss of sight ing are determined. Then the di others go. All married military

Jane Wyman, Van Johnson. the proceeds. vision into mechanical or elec personnel that can be spared will

;;;' :; ;" tronic groups occur. be allowed to return to their
Kiddie Matinee Q-As a service-disabled vet- "
1..1" "
Mechanical i in
aptitudes occur homes and families.
Saturday, July 28 eran with an 80 per cent disability '. .' 1 the aviation devicemen, aviation ,
Mainside-Wagons West: Rod rating, I am drawing extra com- .) metalsmith aviation ordnancemen THE WORD TO return to work
Cameron. Also Bee On Gard pensation because I have a 17- ? k. r. ,.\. and parachute, rigger tests. will be given to civilians by local

(color cartoon), rear-old-son. He has just enlistedin t ti Electronics are applicable to the radio stations. If the return signal
Movie Hours the Marines. Will the extra ; is not heard, personnel should use
". aviation electronics, electrician,
payments continue since he has ,,,.. their own Judgement in returning.
Mainside movie 1800, 2000. :{: j1 training devices, fire controlman,
not yet reached age 18? k Refuge centers on the station
Sundays and holidays-1400 also. : \' guided missileman, photographer,
have been
NATTCenter movie 1400, A-The extra payments may ,; aircraft controlman, and-latentlthe Y as follows: officers'
;' families .
1800, 2000.Hospital. not be continued after he joins 'A aviation storekeepers rating. BOQ; married

movie 1900 only. the Marines. Reason is that once 3 F .::.t THE MECHANICAL group receives enlisted, Bldg. three; Stations
s personnel, Bldg. 110.
approximately four hourin

HouseholdContinued Top EM each rate shop of their specialty So be prepared for the eventuality
occasionally think
while the electronic group receives
( from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1)) approximately two hours. about the.course of action best to

made personnel policies. ,. Each division, in the second take when a hurricane threatens.You .
by Supply Officer Capt. J
won't be so much at a loss
J. McKinstry on behalf of Capt. Sixty-one enlisted general serv- week, takes mathematics, physics, as to what to do.

William H. Harris, commanding ice ratings will be represented at electricity, and basic manualskills .
officer of the Station. Lcdr. WilLiam the enlisted career conferencesat (hand tools) in the third,
the two fourth and fifth weeks. This train Jax WinnersContinued
M. Williams, Household Navy training centers. 1f;
varies in amount of time
ing ex
Goods Officer, served as liasion
SIMILAR get-to-gethers of ", ,; ,, pended.For ( from Page 1))
between the Station and the visitors .
enlisted men of the Army, Air i instance in manual skills and Fred Shilling, radio station
Force and the Marines have been the mechanical group has many WIVY. Master of ceremonies was

In addition to those already scheduled to discuss the problems. more hours of hand tools in i its Charles Ost, of WJHP-TV.

mentioned, those attending the Marine Corps Headquarters will curriculum, while electricity is Winners at the Charleston trials

seminar were: Ltjg( ) J. W. Hop- have a cross-section of both Regulars paramount In the electronics both on July 31 and August 2
kins and E. L. Sanders, SK2, from
and Reserves at their meet- .
group. will compete in the finals in New
Atlanta, Ga.; Lt. Lee R. Ledbetterand ing. Emphasis will be on reenlist- /;'" '... The groups are merged in the York. Winners will appear on the

Harry J. Bowling, from Bir- ments by Marines who hold down .r sixth and final week for testingaircraft August 26 Ed Sullivan show
mingham, Ala.; L. G. Zilla, WO; the critical jobs. familiarization grad ,

r Joseph T. Kirkland Jr. and W. A. uation. '. ..
The Navy conference at Bain- :
McAndrews Green Cove Springs __... .1' AM T TTTO
; i -
bridge, will be held Aug. 13-15 !
Charles L. Corley and Howard C. with representatives from the J : Dad-I never knew what it was APP WA

Freer, Panama City; K. L. Plem- various Atlantic Fleet commands, to kiss a girl till I met your mother. A FAA

4 mons, SKC, and D. L. Campbell, the Mediterranean area and the ,AYE'S-IMP Will you be able to tell your I L pNI

SKI, Athens, Ga.; N. B. Hilt'and 6th{ Fleet from the naval districts son the same? 1 l G D
Raymond Landers, Pensacola; Lt. HI HO DAB! Lovely Yo- Son-Sure, but not with such a I 1
east of the Mississippi River. able Baba,voted Miss and L N R T
J. A. Gillespie and Billy C. Neal, Miss Texas of Tokyo (Japan take your straight face. I 0 SF
J. F. and Mrs. Esther K F A 1R
Memphis, Term.; Lt. Hardy Montgomery pick), dresses as a Texas Ranger -
: and Henry Brock, Charleston, Blundell, Key West; and Kenneth for the event Miss Baba got "If you're looking for my husband 1 0 N
S.C.; CWO Henry J. Lenso ,and M McDuffie, Mrs. Betty Hardy her "Texas" title from the foreign he's gone fishing. 'Just walk MNO r

Russell! D. Roach, Miami; Mrs. and CWO A. J. Beauchamp, of k 'o. correspondents Important statistics club In-To 382337. down to the bridge until you find '

Anne T. Rumbley, Sanford;'Jesse NAS Jax. a pole with worm on each end." (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle)