Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Act Offers More Protection To Servicemen, Families ;

A completely new type of provisions of the new law. January 1 will get compensationunder I six months basic pay will still and Indemnity Compensation," l
dependent benefits will beginto Mainly, it should be noted that the present system, but if be given, but it must not be less will be $112 monthly plus 12
be realized next January 1 personnel drawing benefits under he dies after Jan. I, they can than $800 nor more than $3000.It percent of base pay, roughly: E-l,
when the survivor benefits switch to the new system with its can be paid only to the widow: $122; E-2, $123; E-3, $126; E-4,
bill passed by the recent ses- the present system may continueto higher compensation rates. children, parents, brothers or sisters $129; E-5, $134; E-6, $133; E-7,
sion of Congress becomes ef do so if they wish. This includes WIDOWS DRAWING the free I of the deceased, not to his $143; W-l, $148; W-2, $153; W-3,
fective. Reservists' survivors who indemnity payment ($92.90 a estate. Gratuity will be paid for $161; W-4, $178; O-l, $139; 0-2,
is are receiving very high bene- month for 10 years) can continue those who die in service or with $145; 0-3, $157; 0-4, $171; O-5,
The of Defense
Department fits under the Federal Employees under the old system until these in 120 days after discharge for $180; 0-6, -$199; 0-7, $221; and
now faced with the problem of Compensation Act. payments end, then switch to the I service-connected death. O-8, $242.This .

educating servicemen on the VA The survivors of a man who new system. VETERANS Administration is the compensation to

benefits, social security and other dies between now and next immediate. death gratuity of ,compensation, titled "Dependency (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))

I LtD] XI1JJB$1)WIflWU1IJWLJ Safety Ceremony Awards

Slated MondayAn

important ceremonywill
VOL-14 No. 19 U.S.N. A. S. Jacksonville Fla. 2 August 1956
____ ___mn take place at the NAS
Jacksonville bandshell at 1130

FDR Due next Monday, in which all personnel
military and civilian,
of the three participating

commands can take justified
At z
Mayport f pride.At .
that hour Rear Adm. Georgo

C. Crawford, Commandant, Sixth
August 9. Naval District, will present on

behalf of the Secretary of tho
The Navy's No. 2 carrier in Navy five certificates of achieve
size and power, the USS ment in industrial safety and motor
Franklin D. Roosevelt, is vehicle accident preventionto
heading toward its new h )me the Naval Air Statibn, Naval
port at Mayport Carrier Basin Air Technical Training Cenfir
and is due to arrive early and the Naval Hospital.

Thursday morning, August 9. ACCEPTING TilE AWARDSwill
The second carrier to be assigneda be Capt. William S. 'Harris,
home port'at Mayport, the FDR ,commanding officer, NAS Jack-
will have culminated a 14,000 sonville; Capt. Benjamin N. AM,
mile cruise around Cape Horn commanding officer of the Hospital -

when she ties up next Thursday.The ; and Comdr. Edward W.
carrier left Bremerton, Wash. HEADING FOR NEW HOME AT MAYPORT Enroute to Jax via a 14,000 mile cruise which Bishop, acting commanding. officer
in midJune.JACKSONVILLE'S. took her around Cape Horn, is the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)). The FDR is scheduled to NATTCenter.
arrive at its new port at Mayport AngntA.
other carrier Many the office personnel,
civilian safety committeemen and
the USS Lake Champlain, is
presently undergoing renovationand Operated By, For Whitchat Anna Creoles supervisors' of the three commands .
have been invited to witness -
overhaul at the New York
Naval Shipyard. EM Club Funds Slight Stir the ceremony from the
Okayed; bandshell platform. But "all
Dependents of officers and crew Anna finally showed up last hands" are warmly invited to
members of the USS FDR arrivedin Thursday, but after an early assemble during the noon hourat
Jacksonville June 13 via the Plans Now UnderwayNaval display of temper, settled the bandshell to see the awards
famous Diaper Special train from down and blew herself out. presented and accepted. The Jax

Bremerton to Jax. Air Station Jacksonville is to have a new Enlisted The year's first howling Navy band will take part in the
A truly modern carrier in every Men's Club, with funds for this purpose already approved by witch gave the Hurricane ceremony.
respect, the FDR has been refur- Capt. William S. Harris, commanding officer. I Hunters gf Jacksonville's Air- DOTH TilE INDUSTRIAL safe
bished from stem to stern and Lcdr. W. E. Wadsworth, disci- borne Early Warning Squadron ty and motor vehicle accident
modernized to handle A-bomb pline officer, has been appointedby tra; cinder block around the patio; 4 a little excitement for prevention awards will be re-
car r i g-faster-than-sound jet I and installation of glass jalousies. two days.
y n the commanding officer to coordinate -
(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
planes. The carrier is only 10,000 the planning activitiesfor TilE GROUP also studied pos The 'Cane Hunters first located -

tons lighter than the USS Forrestal the club.A sibilities of cutting off the present Anna, the first major
and her flight deck is but 60 REPRESENTATIVE committee dining room and making'it'into a tropical storm of the season, at More Military
feet shorter than that of the su- of five enlisted men has met stag-room and of a landscaping 1000 last Thursday in the Gulf
percarriers. with Lcdr. Wadsworth to draw up project where picnic tables and of Mexico. The squadron sent
Now Paid
VITAL STATISTICS of the preliminary arrangements. After barbecue pits may eventually be two planes which spent some
FDR are 62,000 tons, fully loaded; three such meetings, the group installed. 10 hours in the storm area before -
974 feet forward to aft; 210 feet recommended extensive renovations The proposed new club will set it dissipated in its path By Check
wide at extreme limits; 226 feet and streamlining of the across the Mexican mountains
from hull bottom to mast top; anda present enlisted recreation site up its own board of governors, after passing Tam'pico in the Approximately 6,000 military

481-foot angled flight deck known as the Anchorage. elect a president and set the I central gulf area. personnel paid by the NAS Jack-
which juts boldly along the port Comprising the planning committee policy of operation of the club. sonville Disbursing Office received
side from stern to midships.The were Richard Boone, MM1; their pay by check yester..
FDR also boasts of three Kenneth Dunnaway, QM1; Jo day instead of in the usual cash.
new steam catapults, increased oil Willard, YN3; and John Murphy, The change was due to a newpolicy -
and aviation gas capacity, tougher AD1, of NAS; and Leyman Long, affecting the Navy's shore stations
plane handling gear, and latest YN2, ComNabSix.AS where electronic account
electronics gear. PART OF its planning, the 't ing machines are in use.
The Roosevelt's 2,500 man crew committee visited the Navy Wives I Preparation of checks by me- ,
will not only be able to fight bet Club house in Dewey Park and chanical means is economically
ter, but will live better. Brightening the Enlisted Club at NAS Cecil sound, according to Lcdr. George
the crew's fey are air condi- Field. R. Brickley, NAS Fiscal officer
tion, new paint schemes, improve- Members of the original group providing a savings in time and
ments in mess halls, lounges and hope that the renovation of the manpower.
living compartments. Anchorage will include such im.. TilE CHECKS are of the

provements as construction of a F.: .t I IL% a.tF #.... g punched card type which yes
roof over the present patio; a tile terday were adopted outright by

AGO School To deck; a kidney-shaped hardwood I : j, the U.S. Treasury Department, replacing
dance floor; platform for orches- old-type paper checks.
Reopen Aug. 13 I 4LLi Anticipating a greatly increased
Carrera Takes Honors k t
j volume of business due to check
? '
Preparations being made
are At Airman School cashing demands, the Naval Air
for more than 100 students
when the Aviation Ground Of- Gregory Carrera, AEAN, 6f Station Bank Facility recently
ficers School reopens Monday, Middle Granvile, N.Y. was the __ changed its hours. Abandoning
Aug. 13.The honor student in the July 25, I 'r Saturday hours, it now opens at
graduating class from Airman 1000 Monday through Thursdayan
school has been closed
Preparatory School at NATTCenter. _L... hour earlier than previouslyand
''>To''' '' v. Ii- vo.or-.x'<
the last class was gradu-
remains 1500.
ated June 8. Thus far 1,961 stu- EM CLUR COMMITTEE These members of the enlisted open until
dents have attended Aviation He joined the Navy in August, men's club planning committee are going over the architectural Friday hours are from 1100 to
1955, and has been assigned to blueprints of the floor plans and renovation for the new Enlisted 1700.
Ground Officers School at the Naval Air Stationat Men's Club. Left to right are Richard Boone, MM1; John Murphy, IN ADDITION, the Navy Ex-
NATTCenter. ADI; Leyman Long, YN2; Jo Willard, YN3; and Kenneth Dunn-
Becville, Texas, for duty. away, QM1. (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 1). JjiL j jSurvivors'



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Page TWO' JAX AIR NEWS' .,. 2 August 1956 I

foeron Sir. I'4-1 75' VW-1 Report New Tropical Uniform

::1 Jnxiiw1i 1 Blended By Navy Shop

t., Scouting Squadrons A new light weight khaki
) fabric for officer
at Natal Air chief
Published every Tnursdaj for lacy and Marine actMUes pet.
/f '' SUUon. Jacksonville. Florida I Fasron Six Field. ty officer: tropical uniforms

rapt. WlUUm S. HarrU NAM Jack.U&.. Commanding Officer Lcdr. Austin Kames reported to j The following men reported has been developed for the Navy .
Comdr. Robert U,'Stnita .. KxecuUve Otttcer board this week for duty: James the Naval Uniform Shop in
Elect Air Jackasarlllahoar Fasron Six Saturday as executive NATTC Washington has
from announced
Commander Niday ATAN
Adm. Delbert S. Cornweil ,
Capt: Richard: O. Greene -4 Ch1d of Staff officer replacing Comdr. Jaquelin Memphis; James Sexton, A02, The new material has a greater

Capt. Bowen F. McLeod Fled Air \I1.r...Elena Oomrnandn Davison who w'JIS recently trans from VA-176 on board the USS resistance toward creases and

Comdr. Richard ItatU Chief Staff Xitccr ferred to NATTCenter Jax, in the Randolph (CVA-15)); and William stains, they said.
Naval Air 'Technical 'TralaUc Castes executive officer. AMS-2 from USS Si- Orders are being taken on an
Capt. Henry C. Dt/ it Commanding Officer capacity of Anderson, ,
Comdr. Edward W bishop k xeruU a Officer Lcdr. Karnes reported aboard I boner (CVE-112)). individual basis at the price of
Capt. IfeJamla N. Ahl Natal HNpital.. ", ......... Commanding Officer from Commander Air Group Six, i M C $45 per Uniform.
Capt. Marcy SbUJ'p .'.__.............._-... Executive Officer Oceana, Va. I VA-175
Capt. Norman O. Anderson _..__.._. .._........ Commanding Officer! Ltjg( ) Ronald Scott leffTues- The squadron became a busy

I The JAR Am NEWS U ptiblldied-weekly at time U. S. Naval Ar Station. day for VF/AW-4, NAS Atlantic place again with the return of the MOVIES
school at
Jacksonville: Florida. and printed coronterclally l with nonpprprl funds. City, N.J. for duty. Valema Jones,I 10) pilots who went to
at no expense to tM government and In wmpllanre with NAVKXOS P-35. !IMV.Nov. weeks
Norfolk ago.
1145. Coplef are dlstrlliuted free of charge at 1M Naval Air Stator the BM3, reenlisted Tuesday for six I
U.Natal S. Natal Air Technical Hocpltal.TIll a1q Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the years. i All hands turned out last Friday Thursday, August 2

Service Information OfficerLcdr.. T. P. Korean The following men were trans- to surprise the skipper, Mainside Autumn Leave

Editor- Andrew II. Plane ferred this week: John Redmond, Comdr. Edward Potter, with a (drama): Joan Crawford.
Assistant Kdltor Charley Srhaafj: Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; of '
Nancy Ward JO3; Jack Holmes, FILLThe AE3, to VP-18; Palmer Starnes, cake for his completion NATTCenter Rebel In Town
JAX AIR NEWS li a member ot the Armed Forte Press Senlee.AITS AO1, to AlkMinRon 13, Chinco- hours flying time. (western): John Payne, Ruth
not be reprinted without
material appearing In this publication may
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. JbrpubllcaUon ot other teague Va.; William Wilson, ADI, VA-I'IS congratulates Ralph Roman.

matter Kdltor. JAX except AIR""'N'NEWS.service publications. U prohibited without pennlwkM of to VF- 2, Cecil Field; and Walter Barker, AN, who shipped over Hospital We're No Angels

Editorial offices located Mala AdmlaUtrattoa Bvlldls Phone extensions Parshall AMI to VF-32, Cecil last week. (comedy color): Humphrey Bo.

BMC 21. and 8164. The squadron welcomed Ensign gart, Aldo Ray,

W O.Smith as the newest pilot Friday, August 3

:C>l\l E lie was formerly attached to V AIDS Mainside Manfish (color adventure .

':P1"'ES h.i- at Cecil Field for a short time ): Victor Jory, John

and hails from Ada. Okla. Bromfield.
The squadron, the dark horse of NATTCenter- Autumn Leaver

CATHOLIC the Mainside softball league, (drama): Joan Crawford.

Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, knocked off VC-62 for the second Hospital Rebel In Town
the (post civil war western): John
1000 St..Edward's Chapel. place berth, walloping them to
tune of 7-0 behind the pitching ofI Payne Ruth Roman.
Saturday Mass, 0800 I
Chapel. James Shadburn.The j Saturday, August 4

squadron has been on a 13-: Mainside Rock Around The
0630 St. Edward's
Daily Mass, -
Chapel. game winning streak, playing Clock (color musical): Bill Haley.

over.500 balL Johnny Johnston.
Sunday OC30 Mass at the a NATTCenter Manfish (color

Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction VW-4 adventure): Victor Joiy, John
Classes Building 463.
Last Friday dawned with Jack- Bromfield.

PROTESTANTThursday fwnville'i usual sun-happy Florida Hospital Autumn Leaves

August 2 Y y V mornings after a hectic rain spat (drama): Joan Crawford, Cliff

1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal the evening before. In the hangarof Robertson.
All Saints' Chapel. v VW-4 a relative calm with a Kiddie Matinee

Sunday, August ;: : back-to-routine air seemed to prevaiL Saturday,'July 4, 1100
Mainside Goldtown Ghost:
0800 Episcopal Communion Tropical storm Anna, the
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. first major storm of the season, Riders (western). Also Plenty
Below Zero (comedy).
had given the Hurricane Hunters
0930 Sunday School for ages OUTSTANDING First awards to civilians at the Naval Air
4 Technical Training Center were checks for (290 each to Mrs. LauraB. a little excitement for two days, Movie Hours
through C. Harrison (center) of Aviation Ordnaneemen Schools, and but by Friday'morning Anna had Mainside movie 1800, 2000
0930 Service of Divine Worship Mrs. JosphiBc Long of Airman Preparatory School for "outstanding already whimpered on her last leg Sundays and holidays 1400
sustained performance" The presentation was made by
Chaplain Osman. CaptHenry also.
C. DeLong (left), Training Center commanding officer. across the Mexican mountains
1100 Service of Divine Worship after passing Tampico in the cen- NATTCenter movie 1400,

Chaplain Stephenson. tral part of the Gulf. 1800, 2000.

1900 The United Fellowshipof I & E Programs Lacking Milestones Reporting aboard Hospital movie 1900 onlv

Protestants, Bldg.. 804. during the week were Ltjg) i a 4

Monday, August 6 Vernon Nordaune just In from Popp Earns HonorsAt

1930 Latterday Saints Serv- Education CIC Officers School, Glenview, Ordnance School

ice, Bldg. 750.Taeaday. Says Group nL NAS; Stanley Sanford;Norton and Bruce, AE3 Ravens., from Walter Popp, AOAN, of Hamilton

: August 1 A division of the Ford Foundation the Fund for the Advance- craft, PIIAN, from NAS Pensa- Ohio, was the honor studentin
1900 Episcopal Instruction ment of Education, has charged that the Armed Services' Information last week's graduating class

Class, Bldg. 563. and Education program lacks "sufficient day-to-day support" cola.Transferred from the squadron from Aviation Ordnanceman

1930 Christian Science Serv- and is weighted down with "chronic deficiencies." t4.,. AEO School, NATTCenter, School Class A at the Naval Air

ice, Bldg. 7S2. It also charged that military Memphis Technical Training Center. He has
was Ltjg( ) George La-
1930 Bible Study Group, Jax, said his office has a lot of been to Patrol Squadron
posts are not well equipped detail work. rocque; and to VP-56 NAS Nor-
Bldg. 804. I classroom instruction, although enough Personnelmen There just aren't folk, was Charles Shaw, ALI One, NAS Whidbey Island, Wash,
Thursday, August 9 first-rate Instructional aids are and Yeo- I for duty.
men to handle the clerical ,
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- widely available. Their use was jobs, I
hearsal, All Saints' ChapeLST. found to be handicapped by lack he said. "The Navy is trying to 1 d
give the Capt
enlisted man everything Shupp
LUKE'S CHAPEL of proper quarters and lack of he wants
by training him all the
(Naval Hospital Protestant) skill in presentation.
way through his tour of duty but New Exec ,
Sunday, August S HERE AT NAS Jacksonvillea the program has bogged down

0930-Sunday School and Nur- survey shows the IJJ5 program with too much paper work."
,jCry. to be among the best. Hospital
Chief George P. Harmon, who
0930- Divine Worship, Chap- Ltjg) Mary Anderson, X and E works at the NAS Jax -
lain William A. Swets. officer at NATI'Center, said the tional Office Educa- Capt Marcy Shupp, has re-
Building 955, saida
Tuesday, August 7 program handled on the Station lot of station I ported as executive officer at the
1930 Instruction Class for was very efficient The training participating in the are Naval Hospital Jacksonville, from ,
program of rxa
personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed center here does a first rate job correspondence previous duty as senior medical
courses handled
background. because we have all the facilitiesat by his office. However, he agreed officer, Station Hospital, Naples,

hand to carry on the programthe with one phase of the Ford Italy.
All Services Adept I way it should be conducted."We .. I cation report. It said ". chronic executive Dr. Shupp is relieving former
do have lot of deficiencies officer Capt. Lyle A.
a paper I in quality of materials
Same Si"ly Ferns work," she added, "but when the ; quality of instruction and- Newton, who was detached June

The same forms in supply program proves to be beneficial i amount of time available for the 10 to assume duty as commanding

operations will become' standard I to someone we're glad to do it.": presentation of the program." officer, U.S. Naval Hospital 1iiN
1 for all the services next January. Miss Anderson also expressed the Chief Harmon said If more time After Bay, Cuba. 9

The Pentagon has announced that I personal opinion that there are could be given to the program by in obtaining his medical degree _." >_

scores of forms now in use will no "chronic deficiencies" at any the serviceman most of the find- of 1931 from the University
Kansas Capt. Shupp
be eliminated in the money sav- of the Navy's. training tenters be- ings of the report would be er- the Dr. Shupp entered
ing move. cause the Navy has been working I ronious. Navy as a Ltjg( ). He in- :training in neuropsychiatry it

There will be standard forms on a streamlining process for The report which was compiled terned Bremerton in the Naval Hospital, St. Elizabeth Hospital Washington -

for billing, shipping, requesting, some time and personnel at the by fifty educators, industrialists assistant and, Wash., and served as D.C., and Langley Porter
training centers are experts in district surgeon with Clinic University of California,
receiving, damaged shipment, and Army officials, was super- the Civilian of
turn-in and others. their field and are always insti- vised by Dr. Frank H. Bowles, at Ft. Conservation Corps Dr. Shupp served as Chief
The present lack of common tuting more efficient operational former Columbia University dean.It George Wright, Wash, before 'i Neuropsychiatry at the Naval

supply forms has impeded the methods. has been sent to Carter L. Bur the USS performing sea duty aboard Hospitals in Shoemaker Mare
and ,
the Memphis
of material THOMAS W. BUCHANAN assistant hospital Island, Calif., and
furnishing by one gess, Secretary of De ship USS Consolation. .
service to another. Chief Personnelman at ComFair- fense. After Tenn., and at Triplet Army Ho
completing post-graduate pital, Honolulu.



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2 August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ,

I Know What A Hurricane Is And You'll Be Prepared I) s

Hurricanes are large revolving
cane reaches a position so that
storms accompanied
by violent; destructive winds, winds ''may endanger a portion r WIND PATTERN .
of the mainland that part of the / -- ---:. ::: ., OF A
heavy rains, and high waves coast Is put on the "alert.* This ,,'- -=--=: :;....... .. .... ..... HURRICANEAs -
and tides. They originate in I f ''r -, ': .. shown in
tropical ocean areas, and usually means that everyone should -:::- :::::: .......... ..... the drawing of
move from low to higher stand by and be ready to takepncautiOlW"T I rr flr;; r = the wind pat heir slate ,

latitudes with increasing action. k=; -- tenaalaaum'JltpJt thwind's .-
en o ,
speed intensity ''
''''''' 1 direction
r '
The winds whirl counterclockwise alerts, storm warnings and t f b countereioekwiso- The Office of Armed Forbes

(in the northern hemisphere hurricane warnings are Issued 1 !f r/ \ ', Information and Education and

), with the highest speeds every six hours-oftener it need t p s :! \\\\\'\\\1\ of around the tho storm tye the States have joined forces to
beginning at the edge of the"eye ed. In addition "bulletins' for Mlllf.cSsa \ H' \" 1 The eye can be
help who because of
and extending out 20 to 30 miles. press, radio and television are \\1 era M anywhere from I. persons
s re 20 wins five to 2/ miles their duty service with the
issued \ rt.1
hour \
to \
Velocities may reach 150 miles every or so keep \ It
per hour with brief gusts to even the public informed of the progress \\'. I'! I lit f tt 1\\ 4 wide entire and storm the i United States Government, will

higher speeds At the, center of the storm. A Oet Mllla area cover 590 be absent from their legal voting

there often is a small, cloudlesscore Host hurricanes are accompanied ,, JIIfo"l ""j'rolls.. or more. I places this presidential election
five 20 miles ... / ", rJ;" Force of the
from to .. year.
by torrential rains which .... = ;;or / / //11. J winds at the
across. cause additional damage by ... --lf /''/:. // I I" "&'eottheeye To guide you as to your stateV
TUB AREA OF destructive flooding and detroying'crops., : // 1 have been particular absentee voting laws,
winds along the path of a hurricane washing out roads and bridges -::;..-'" ;./',..r'-/ 'I I I, measured 150 miles per at AFPS has prepared a three part

may be from 25 to 500 and flooding kw-lying com _( ,. ,I hour and brief voting series. This article is the
miles wide. As the storm develops munities. --" "" I I gusts have attained fourth in a series on registering

and moves forward it may THE eye Ii to vote by absentee ballot
WEATHER Bureau is re higher speeds.
traverse a path several thousand sponsible for issuing hurricane CONNECTICUTRegistration
miles long, until it inlandor
moves warnings. Forecast offices at San is permanent and
blows itself out over the Juan, Puerto Rice, Miami. Fla., :re-registration is not required.

ocean. New Orleans, La., Washington Navy Resumes Paying i 2/3/ Of I Active service personnel, members .
While the revolving winds are, D. C., and Boston Mass., set up of the Coast and Geodetic
blowing around the center the I special 'watches during the hur
Survey and Public Health Service
entire storm may move forward ricane season. Tuition For
Off-Duty Study may apply for registrationby
slowly and sometimes even re
Specially equipped Air Force mail to the Town Clerk, placeof
main stationary for short
time.. and Navy airplanes, including The Navy has resumed paying two-thirds of the tuition cost residence, at any time. '
those of VW-4 at NAS Jax, of off-duty educational courses taken by active duty personnel:: after All other persons must appearin
TIIE WINDS OF a hurricanecan dropping the program in 195%. The money was then channeled into
patrol suspicious areas to locate person in order to be admitted
do great damage. While they professional training.
developing storms and track : as a voter.
do not have the force of a tornado their movements. Under the program personnel course, 'while enlisted. personnel

they topple trees, bowl approved by their commanding must have a reasonable period of KANSAS
over houses, tear down power "20-10"() Retirement OK officers are eligible for the off- obligated service remaining. I All persons except members of
lines and even blow trains off duty courses at accredited colleges ONLY COURSES which the Armed Forces, civilian em

their tracks. The greatest loss For Temporary OfficersThe universities junior colleges taken for credit and either contribute are .ployes working with the Armed

of life during hurricanes, how Comptroller General has and high schools. Up to 75 to the improved performance Forces overseas and their dependents

ever, is caused by drowning. As allowed "20 and ten" retirement percent is paid by the Navy, not of duty or the professional whose residence is !in

the storm moves forward it often for temporary Navy and Marine to exceed $?.SO per semester capacity of the individual counties with a population of
or contribute
piles up huge waves which cutoff officers who get part of the re hour or $S per quarter hour. The to qualification for a bac 250,000 or. more, must registeronce

or completely cover low-lyIng quired ten years of commissioned student must bear all other costs. calaureate degree will be con every four years Also, re-
beaches and islands. The service after they go into Fleet TO BE APPROVED for the' sidered.To registration is required if a person

ocean level may rise six feet or Reserve. program, officers must agree to get the program going, the' changes-address or name. If these

more in less than 30 minutes. Officers with the ten year tem remain on active duty for two Bureau of Naval Personnel has; persons reside in cities 'with a .

Small boats are flung high on porary retirement will be allowed years after completion of the authorized an initial allotment of population of 2,000 or more, they .
must register, but such registra
beaches. Giant waves pound and to count the commissioned years $64,000 to all naval districts and

smash bridges.As shore. buildings, roads and after recall from the Fleet Re Navy Drops 5,296 river naval commands and four voter tion is failed permanent to vote in unless a general the
overseas commands for fiscal
soon as there are definite serve. During Month of MayThe year 1957. I,election, moved or changed his

indications that a" hurricane is All active duty personnel including name.

forming, it is given a name, and No Inductees For Navy manpower loss during Reservists, are eligible. I If registration is required, it
the Weather Bureau begins issuing the month of May was 5,296, w must be accomplished in personat
"advisories.1 These advi Navy In Sept. the Defense Department said. The 'I the office of the Registrar, or
sories are issued frequently strength of all the forces has been Speed LumpsumSeverance city of residence. This must be
Selective Service has been requested placed at 2,814,632 at the end of done before
throughout the day and night Oct 1?,- !in the cases
telling where the storm is, what to furnish 14,000 men for May this year which is a decrease Forms of Kansas City, Topeka, and

strength it has and in what di induction into the Army during of 21,812 from April. : Wichita, and before Oct. 27, in

rection it is moving. September, with the Navy, Marine The Army, which had the biggest To Reservists the other instances.

IF THE STORM moves toward Corps and Air Force passingup manpower cut, lost 15,254. Members of the Armed Forces,
the coast, small craft are warnedto The Air Force lost 1,061, and the I Severance pay entitlement civilians working for the Armed
inductees for September.The .
stay in port. When the hurri- Marine Corps 201. i statements have been rushed by Forces outside the U.S. and their

Army draft call for Sep The Air Force led all services :the Navy and Marine Corps to dependents, need not register to

tember is the largest since January in reenlisunents with 8,725 !in :.some 200 Reservists separated vote by absentee ballot.
Dependents Aug. 1, and who< would be de For further information
1955 when 23,000 were in May. The Army had 7,480, the Na lee
ducted. vy 6,165 and the Marines 1,438. : prived of their lump-sum read- your voting officer. (AFPS)

14-19 Due justment ment. pay without the state FLORIDA

Registration is permanent in
Even so, the Navy says not all
Salk Shots most Florida counties. Perma
of its 160 Reserve officers, who
E nency is determined by the Coun
The excellent service in 1 a? have been involuntarily separated
supplying ; ty Commissioners of each county
are likely to receive the statement

Salk vaccine inocu-
.. A voter who changes his resi
lations to Navy dependents by h y ,t in time. Those separated dence from one county to anotheris
the NAS Jacksonville Dispensary w r without getting their readjust subject to re-registration;

will be continued and extended 4( ment pay should submit a claimto which may be accomplished after
if possible, to all military the Navy Finance Center, us
per- he has lived in the new countysix
sonnel under 20 years of>age, it .a ,, ing DD form 827, or do so by let months.
was announced by Capt James ter addressed to the Chief of
... First registration, where re-
Personnel or the Commandant
E. Fulghum, senior medical of \
required, and re-registration must
of the Marine Corps.
ficer. ..wQ ..i.it be in person at the office of the
Since the inoculations began 'R a.: : The Marine Corps however,
+ r' f '- believes that all its Reservist in Supervisor of Registration, county
Jan. 21 of this year, the Dispen- R I
.d of residence, before Oct. 5.
sary has used 5,119 cc's of vac : voluntarily separated Aug. 1,
cine i would have their entitlement Members of the Armed Forces,
mostly to infants pregnant ;.; a
mothers and children through 14 : statements in time. civilian employees of the U.S.

years of age. Recently, however, Yip 'Y, PNr. t :hv, ,, ,"' '"\ 'The law states that any Re and their dependents, whose registration
the change in regulations has ;.,> 1.1 servist with more than five years has lapsed will receive -

made it possible to extend the ', :.J : continuous active service who is a blank form for re-registration

inoculations to young people from 'f'. ,:<"lAc't .. compelled to leave the serviceon in the same envelope as

14 through 19 years of age. .' .!' '*, ,:' '" ..r .iji:1" or after July 8, 1956, Is entitled the absentee ballot.

Furthermore, the Dispensaryhas ,- . requested a sufficient amountof h.. ;t-'; The rate is one-half of a Armed Forces may pre-register

the vaccine to provide routine _9V"' '-" _.... ._.___ __J.I.L. YO .V'_ one' _..r_. ;w.\. _;_: month's pay for each year of for voting. He must appear in

inoculations for all military per- ALL YOURS COMMANDER -Comdr. Edgar Coonrod, (left) service through 18 years. Previously person at the Office of the Super
sonnel under the age of 20. hands over the "duty papers" to his relief, Comdr. Charles Rain paid severance pay or reenlistment visor of Registration county of
At the present time the Dis- water, who assumed duties of operations officer for Commander bonus pay will be de- residence and fill out an affida
is handling about 30 inoculations Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District last Wednesday. Capt EdwinJ. ducted in those amounts from the vit that he is in service. When he
pensary S. Young. Chief Staff Officer ComNabSlx. officiated at the ceremonies.
with the Salk vaccine Comdr. Coonrod reports to Patrol Squadron 5 as commanding pay due the Reservists under the reaches 21, he will obtain a tertl*
every day. officer. lump-sum readjustmant pay law. I ficate of registration.I .


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: 66 Aircraft Per Month I < : :' 1 A r t

I sr,2,2

Pass Through A&T UnitOne :

of the busiest and hardest working units of the' Overhaul ,,..x, : '1
i and Repair Department is the Acceptance and Transfer Branch in ; :

: Hangar 122.Known ::!: '
as the "ferry pilot'sfriend 'ok,1; ; "
sential in ascertaining that there ,, '
I this branch flies all kinds
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian
aircraft ,,:\
are no discrepancies. Every
'and types of aircraft from all
is flight tested for all Navy libraries in the area)
parts of the country to 0 & R for t
overhaul and repair work on the before being declared ready for
: planes themselves and also on the sale to operating activities. everyone who has ever loved a

I delicate instruments used and Test pilots are either chief aviation dog. That could be' enough, but

,synchronized to make them func- pilots or officers, and all when a boy is 14, suddenly left
\\tion efficiently flight crews are made up of Naval
with a man's responsibilities in
SELDOM DOES AN aircraftIw personnel
the Texas hill country, you have
( h i c h has been completely The Acceptance and Transfer
(readied here for further service Branch has a personnel complement the basic plot for a story of ex-

I get back to its original squadron of 91, of which 79 are enlisted citement and suspense. Add a

or base of operations, it is said. men, including three aviation mischievous kid brother, bears,
''Redesignation is made by the Bu pilots. In charge are Lcdr. J. bI.;, + r wolves-and the dog-it's really

reau of Aeronautics, and the re- T. Crosby and W. L. Purcell, CHECK-OVER FOR WHIRLEYBIRD These two men of good; reading.
Acceptance and Transfer Branch of 0 & R make a last-nslnute
paired aircraft are delivered to foreman. About 66 aircraft a Gorilla Hunter: The African adventures
| check on a helicopter belnr readied for "Operation Deep Freese"Left
(operating activities in all parts month pass through the Branch. Is Robert Stevens, ADZ, and right is Donald Polk, AD2. of an extraordinary
---- ---- hunter is not
(lot the nation. s recommended for

The schedule followed in repairing World's Waistline "quiet" reading. It will do for
x chills!
the ferried aircraft sends

the entire plane at once to the disassembly Shrinks In End Of The Track: This one is

hangar. There it is taken by Andrew Garve, whose unusual

apart, the various components Newest CalculationsFor technique has won him a good

routed. to the shops for overhaul, : p,. 0T audience. Another favorite with
including the integral, delicate in some years now, all God's'chillun' mystery readers is John Dickson

struments. have been told that the Carr who is the author of: Patrick

: THE BASIC HULL of the aircraft world is getting smaller due to jet Butler For The Defense.

is then! sent to the cleaning 4gw y M r n ;D planes and other facets of 20th The Phophet And The r King:

rack where all paint is removed century living. Novels based on Biblical incidentsare
before it is moved to the assembly
This has now been proved by among the most well read on
department where repairs are our shelves. Readers will welcome
0 ___the Army Map Service.
made and various other parts are :, y this new, very dramatic story
reassembled. It seems the polar circumference based on the Old Testament account -

Following the completion of the :< of our world is computedfrom of Samuel, King Saul and
I reassembly job, the aircraft isI : I _ the equatorial circumferencewhich David.
I moved to the flight test line liii in turn is computed from
r When God
Slept Peter
I where it is depreserved and the equatorial radius.If : i
Bourne has proved master of
a the
readied by civilian employees before -
I A iPTT: the last paragraph didn'tstop picaresque adventure tale. Now
being flight tested by Naval you, you should know that he has taken the colorful back

|personnel. The flight test is es- ; the. Army Map Service recently ground of 12th Century Cambodia -

computed a new equatorial ra- to another
weave spell for
Secret DocumentRules dius of 6,378,260 meters which those who delight in a well told

w. ..... debunks the old radlu com-
-'-'-'------' historical novel.Television .
To Be Eased READY FOR FLIGHT TEST These Acceptance and Transfer J puted in 1909 of 6,378,388 meters.So Program: Its writing
men check over a flight plan before taking off In an RlD<< aircraft ( we see that the distance ,
Warehouses and offices are The plane has been through the Overhaul and Repair shops around the earth over North and direction, and production. The recent -
and the men prepare to test It in flight Left to right are Mark success of talent try-outs
stuffed with 100,000 file drawers South Poles is about one-half mile
Lutz ADI; William Roberts, ADCAP( ); Arthur Bcatty, ADCAP); demonstrates that we have muchof
belonging to the military services. and William Pitts, AT3. less than previously thought. that commodity in this !
The files contain classified docu- \ Flying in a Super Sabre, youcan This publication Is especially area
ments relating to World War II now make the trip in about 4 recommended

and may well have some secret : FAW-11 Crew First To Reach seconds shorter time. Walking, it the technicalities f6r those and interested behind-the-in

papers dealing with the Spanish would take about eight minutes
scenes aspects of TV productions.
American War. I Greek Disaster Scene less. The fact that no one has
The material is still classified tried walking shouldn't discourage Men Behind The Space Rockets:

'because it is related to combat you from pursuing the idea. Stories of the scientists and pioneers -
(Spedal to Ju Air News)
plans and operations which mili- miles southeast of Athens, and is What does this mean? Simply whose research aided space
tary officers still feel should be French Morocco When an earthquake-born island of the that if you had the time to read travel is a natural choice for
withheld for national security news is being made around Cyclades.- this, is was worth the time we guided missile enthusiasts.

reasons. The files probably also the world it seems that the LCDR. I took in writing it. (AFPS) Psychology In Management:
documents Navy is always on the scene to MYERS SAID, "I was Frequently additional books
i contain numerous relating are
i to the combat plans of the lend a helping hand. A squadron informed by the commander of written in this field, the importance -
wars of Fleet Air Wing 11 of the Greek Navy that the exercise of which, as a contributionto
Jacksonville to had been cancelled because of a I .r '
The House Government Opera- efficiency, cannot be over-
i ,
:tions subcommittee, conducting Port Lyautey, Morocco, arrived severe earthquake and tidal wave QP > r stressed. The new title is a 1956

: hearings on the flow of Government at an earthquake disaster which had caused heavy damage, : publication by Michael Haire andis
information to the public scene minutes after it hap- and loss ofjife, and that I was to highly recommended.
I ,
return to Athens. Since I had
I pened.A .
has a pledge, from the Pentagon P2V being flown by Lcdr. ,enough fuel aboard I volunteeredto Turkey: Affairs of the Middle
that efforts will be made to expedite East grow increasingly vital'in
Randolph Myers, from VP-18 proceed to the scene and survey
the of the world
Monday, July 9, was engaged in the damage. I was then given the Ca' news. For background material
|papers. see this of the history
of the Island coverage
NATO exercises operating out of position and permis-
An order from President Eisen- M. culture, and economic developments
sion to proceed there the
Athens Greece
when earth-
Ihower, dated Dec. 15, 1953, states .
(that "to the fullest extent pos- quake occurred on the island of Greek Admiralty."IT .

I isible, the classifying authority Santorinl. The island is about 120 WAS A HORRIBLE .sight"

: shall indicate that after a I All of the towns were in ruins. I 4' .-- False Ideas Via
specified event or date, or upon estimated that some parts of the hr O .pqI

removal of classified enclosures, O&R Metals Group island were 90 percent destroyed,

'the' material will be downgraded." which was quoted in the Greek Movies Comics
> Answers Blood Call newspapers. We were the first to ,

X'Transceiver' When it reach the island and spent about
comes to giving
Links two hours there TV Says GeneralThe
blood, you've got to. take your sending reportsof r ,
Units With BuPers hat off to the Metal Divisionof damage to the Greek Navy to
Overhaul and Repair Department be used for rescue planning. We 1t; "False impressions" of

The Bureau of Naval Personnel were then asked to proceed to two 4'{ Army life that movies, televisionand

at Washington, D.C., is linked other smaller islands to investi-
When the Jacksonville Blood 4S4 comic strips give the public
with ComAirPac headquarters at gate damage before returning to
Bank sent out a call last Wed- has been scored by General Max
.North Island, Calif., by an intri- nesday for blood for Mrs. Athens.
cate electronic data "transceiver" Jewel Lee, patient in St. "When we arrived back at well Taylor, Army Chief of Staff.

which discloses the availability oft Luke's hospital, 10 employeesof Athens, we were greeted by the In a recent address Gen. Taylor

an enlisted man in a splitsecond.The the Metal Division were U.S. Naval Air Attache, who took fNHALLOO said, "the concept of the officer

machine turns out IBM quick to respond. me to the Greek disaster head- THERE! The as a sharp-tongued martinet and

punch cards with detailed information Donating blood were Eldon quarters where I personally made world's largest natural echo the non-commissioned officer as

on a sailor's record at the Rut ten, William Myrick, my report to the Greek Admiral chamber, Hoover Dam, Nev., a hard-boiled taskmaster has
i rate of 150 a minute. George Twiss, John Willis, in charge of the disaster relief. We provides the set for singer Roberta often predominated in the mindsof
Linn. Miss Linn is recordIng
Jesse Smith, Paul Barlowe, also gave them the film from the her voice as part of an experiment young men as they have approached -
1 At one time the Navy owned Owen .Cribb, Alton ,Bbwles, cameras. We had taken 47 pictures in the rehabilitation their military service."

to many homing pigeons that William Hallmark, and James and made a wire recording of catatonic war veterans. The Leaders of this type do not belong
there was an official Pigeon master Blackwell. while circling the area giving a record will for tie used as musical in the Army, Gen. Taylor
patients at Veterans
narrative of the "
rating. damage. Hospital, Los Angeles declared.r .


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2 August 1956 JAX AIR HE Page Five

Physical Therapy One Of Oldest I

Known Medical Practices Of Man{ .

A book has been found in
China that is estimated to be Juries or diseases of patients we completely that he was not givena

about 5,000years old and that accept, our baths, lamps and medical discharge but returnedto
duty and is now completing -
describes certain gymnasticsto machines are quite adequate.

relieve several bodily ills. 1 THE WARD USES several tubs another hitch.
5% "Baths were used for health
Physical therapy, as this branch' for hydrotherapy, Some of them
AM the empires
during Roman and Greek -
of medicine is now known, is at are for treatment of arms and "
once the newest and oldest fiefd legs, and one is designed for the Miss Rafferty said. "Backin
entire The tub Is the days of the Roman emperors -
of medical prac'tice.The human body.
the public baths were
built like a four-leafed clover.
physical therapy department elaborate affairs with
with his very rooms
The patient reclines
of Naval Hospital Jacksonville for
bathing rooms for
head supported above the surface
is an important part of medical direct both hot and cold water and a
and agitators
treatment. It Is under the
: community pool for the poten-
direction of Lt. M. Lois Rafferty, strong streams underwater tates to sit and soak and talk..
against his body. These agitatorscan
and uses heat, light elec-
water, ,
tricity and mechanical be directed on any part of
:" ; :: agents. the body from the shoulder to Spartans .made cold bathing obligatory -

_;,;.....";..w..YoM.,"..,"' ..."m.. ..nH.v.W..,..... '. .... ...,......,',""..,. O' wW.' "'.."'.....;., ',',.w..'" ments"We use in almost this section all of these of the treat-hos- the feet at almost any angle. by law. .

DIATHERMY Chuck Warren, JIM, demonstrates a dIathermy pital," Miss Rafferty said. "We "Medically speaking," said Miss Rafferty pointed out thata
The diathermy treatment machine with William Obermlller, HM2, as his patient. haven't the room for all the Miss Rafferty, "these hydrotherapy -. medical journal of 1881 dis-
provides heat
deep that relaxes Injuredmuscles.
In the background Is Edward I. Silvers, sent from the equipment used in these treat. units and the other devicesare I covered in Tokyo told that cold
Veterans Administration, for an infra-red' ray treatment. ments, but for the extent of in- used to relax injured or baths have been used in Japanfor

.,,,' tensed muscles and tendons. Cir- EDO years.SALTY .
Modern culation is improved and pain is

.;:':.:'. ,: ;.;:..:..: relieved greatly. After an injured
T : L bone or muscle is ready for the s

Dictionary : ::. building up treatment the patient -
,,; ;; :::: c undergoes a series of gentle'

(Unrevised) exercises designed to reeducateand

I strengthen it. Weights are HUMOR FROM

A Foreigner with just an aca- used for exercises as well as the HERE AND THERE"I

demic knowledge of the American exercycle.

businessman's lingo would have a ft '1 MISS RAFFERTY, who ,has shall put you two men in

tough time. For the benefit of our been in charge of the physical this room," said the host. "You'll

foreign readership and maybefor therapy unit in Ward A5 nearly find it quite comfortable for it

you too we publish this. four years, is assisted by three has a feather bed."
hospitalmen. The department has
handy' glossary:
At 0200 one of the guests
been in since the
use hospitalwas
A program Any assignmentthat awoke his companion.
first constructed she said,
can't be completed by one
"Change places with me, Char-
and is 50 60
treating to patientsa
telephone call. ley," he groaned: "It's my turnto
To expedite To confound I sleep on the feather."
She told of one Navy man who
confusion with commotion. I -
suffered from a virus-caused dis-
Channels The trail left by ease similar to polio. He was Frantic father: "Really, daughter -

interoffice mcmos.Coordinator given quite an extensive seriesof you shouldn't go out with

The guy who physical therapy treatmentsand sailors that you are not formally

has a desk between two expediters. TUB BATH Dick Smith 11M3, who works in the Physical has now returned to duty. introduced to."
therapy department poses in the hydro-therapy tub while Lt. M. Another case of a Chief with po- Daughter: "What difference
Lois Rafferty, in. charge of the department, and another of her
does it make
? both act the
lio who wanted to make the They
Consultant (or expert) Any assistants, William Obermlller, IIM2, direct the stream :of water
ordinary guy more than 50 miles pressure. Navy his career was cured so I II same"way when you get out with
from home. To Get Missile Data .
To activate To make carbons
She: "Will you think of me
and add more names to the memo. Via Recording DeviceThe always, darling?"

To implement a program-Hire world's longest missile test lIe: "I can't tell a lie. Occasionally

more people and expand the of- range, stretching 5,000 miles from I may wonder if the

I fice.Under Patrick AFB, Fla., across the At- Dodgers will repeat."
consideration Never lantic to Ascension Island off the .

heard of it. coast of Africa, will soon be auk Recently the coach discussedthe

Under active consideration wired for sound. merit system of grading and

We're looking in the files for it. The magnetic tape equipmentfor L made the following comments to

A conference A place where gathering data from the mis- his health and physical education

conversation is substituted for the siles will be placed at more than class: "The present merit systemis
{ dreariness of labor and the lone- 100 strategic points on land and / much better than the old sys-

r, liness of thought.Reorientation aboard ships. tem of throwing the class cards
Getting used I down a flight of stairs and giving
; 'A'' to the persons whose cards
1 to working again. To Build Two
L's landed on the top steps and lower
Reliable source The guy you
grades to those persons whose
Attack SubsTwo
Just met. cards landed on the lower steps."

Informed source The guy shipbuilding firms have .
who told the guy : just met.
you been awarded $20 million in con- During a seance, a medium was
Unimpeachable source The tracts to build a pair of attack bringing people back from the
,I guy who started the rumor orig- submarines modeled along the > other world. A 9-year-old boy was

I inally.A lines of the Albacore, the Navy's among those present."I .
clarification To fill in the fastest underwater craft. I want to talk to Grandpa," he

background with so many details Both vessels were authorized In PERSONAL ATTENTION Clyde Walton, A02, attached to kept saying.
VP-16, who is a patient undergoing physical therapy treatment,
that the under- I "Very well soothed the
foreground goes the last session of Congress for flexes his leg with the help of William Obermiller, IIM2, an son,
ground. the 1956 shipbuilding program. attendant. medium, making a few hocus-

We are making .survey. We pocus gestures. "Here he is."
need more time to think of an : "Grandpa," said the child,
answer. II( Naval Reserve Officer School Set For JaxThe II "What are you doing there? Youain't

Note and initial Let's spread dead yet!

: the responsibility for this. Commandant, Sixth Reserve officers of the Navy, I justice, navigation, OOD-seaman- .

See me, or let's discuss Comedown Naval District has authorizedthe Coast Guard, and Marine Corps ship, leadership, personnel administration With a grind of brakes, the officer -

to my office. I'm lonesome. establishment of a Naval may now submit requests for en- and organization for pulled up to the side of ,he
Give us the benefit of your Officer's School road.
i.present thinking We'll listen Reserve(NROS) in Jacksonville. rollment. Instruction will begin national security. The proposed "Say, Sonny," he called. "Did

to what you have to say as long Sept. 4, and classes will meet courses are all required for pro- you see an airplane come down
1 as it doesn't interfere with what Electrician School weekly. motion in the reserve. anywhere near here?"

we've already decided to do. Honors To Vinson, FOR FURTIIER information, WHILE THE school is intendedfor "No sir," the boy replied, stick-
Will advise in due courseIf ing his slingshot in his pocket.
you interested officers contact
may officers active
Golden duty
AEC of reserve ,
John Vinson, ,
we figure it out, we'll let you Comdr. A.'E. Schmidt, commanding "I've only been shooting at bot
Pond Ky.,.was the honor student officers may audit without creditas tles.
officer of the Naval
in last week's graduating class an aid to preparing for profes- I .
To give the pictureA -
someone Electrician's Mate Training Center, 1453 Morse St.
long, confused and inaccurate from School Aviation Class B at the Naval Air (Phone FL 9-1661)), o; Comdr. G. sional examinations. The courses New Carrier Named

statement to a newcomer Technical Training Center.A W. Purdy, director, NROS at the will not exempt active duty officers USS Kitty HawkThe
AE-A NRTC on any Tuesday evening examinations.The .
former instructor in from any
"Gentlemen: In reply to your ad- fifth Forrestal class carrier
here he then took the after 1930. Station personnel may exact location of classes
vertisment for an organist and School built the fleet has been
being by
contact Lcdr. Walter Stovall, extension
Class B school course. He has has not been decided upon yet
music either or
teacher, lady gen-
tleman: having been both for sev- been assigned to Attack Squadron I 8367.Courses but committee members are meet. officially named the USS Kitty

eral years, I offer my services." 42, NAS Oceana, Va., for duty. are as follows: Military ing at the NRTC offices. Hawk, the Navy has announced.T .



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Sauers Keep Bowhunters To

M-Doubles Shoot SundayA.

Lead dozen fktchers.. from. the
Keg NAS Bow hunters: Club will! I ..zt'

take part Sunday in" the iavirfaHnna -
George and Alice Lancasterwere
|. shoot at the* Jfx Bow
dropped., to fourth., place in hunters Club. range on. the

the NATTCenitr mixed) doubles Pottee Pistol range road.

'bowling: league last Friday when Entries, include Bill and z

they lost four upsets ta+ Bill and Rose Weatherby, PaulUhder-
wood;; IE r. Ward. Richard:
Corrine-Aston.. :'' ',<.. .
I SlBngrim, Torn Picftett; Clirdla 4w '
JtaJ and Betty Saoers.. continued Brown:, and Lester Sam, Ita

m first peace by winning four NATTCenter: : ; >Dobby Williamson :

Ftiaon 1'011;,"Soak": Lawrence x ,
from Burnt and Lillie Stahi; and ? 7dy
; 7T-171. and Carl Goddard'
Dan and Joan Tames moved up
",VP-ta.. I >
by; taking four from. George and Last Sunday Weatherby;

Phyllis; : Blessingcr. Williamson. Underwood and: a
i I ____ ",-' ; )imi! l11j[ _
Stenj 'im. went ore a swamp I I .
"Red" and Elinor Greenwood hunt in. the Jacksonville area FIRST CLtMYIONS'With a.rent el'fT win and hr.Irises the..table tori* aces f raw AvI-

won over Bbb. and JoDausch,, and returned with a> bag: of 1% ; ..Storekeeper School.brOUght the first title ta tb school,NATTCenter intramural. aihlttie com I

Claude and YVonne Foster over rabbits I pet tioo. Clockwise (left ta rlcbt) axe Paul Ttitnum*E&L Johnson. Tony Capp la,.JInt Savell. Ivan
Jake and Fran Paris, Ernie and Beckman and Ernie Wittenberg.: N i shows !is Dm Tarwaim.

Clare O'Neal over AI and Celia I

DePalma and over Bill and Kay Archers Get

Botthoff,. all by 3-L scores. ,J ,; Tax DtamondFan

Claude Foster led all with* t .. ;Fund Boost
) .,
/ :: f:11 :: '" Likes His Dues
542 series;;, Other 5009 were ''" ".. ,, :: ': ; j' I

scored by Bill Aston 541:; AI De- ",; : .. I Expenditures of between $700 During; the annual poll far

Palma*, 310;; Bob Dnusch<< ,, 501. '": .. :\1:.. ."".. ,. ,' and$800( : for improvements to the the AIl.Starbaseball game

Jline-Hughes;led! the ladies with .;];. ?i .. ..' ; ..", I >, :Jax: Navy Bowhunters Club at hundreds, of ballots crossed

443, followed by Elinor Greenwood .. ..A, .. .. ;NATTCenter will provide' 8 new the AFPS sports desk-but a

ill, and Fran. Paris 4Qff.: ballot from NAS. JacksonvilleNAS
clubhouse,, storerooms,, and: fresh
,. Fla, d.re\1r the moat at
Standings: ,drinking:: water for the archers,
Tara w t, ;p..... tention.
according plans
ta the
: passed by
SBUPISDe 28 13'' ..700.6B3i'
The entire
: Pittsburgh club
Doatwrlgh/k/ 23 4, 324 VAH-7 Beats VP-18 For Special Services: composite: fund
PatinasLancuters 23' 13' 39t.BIWi ( was named-Long,. 1st base;
S. Varnet :16 24: 12 16 .572'. I Popularity of archery; with.NATTCenter J. O'Brien, second base; Freese,

Footers.Dauiich. 22. W .530'! Fairfax Softball Title ; Maiaslde. and third; Groat, short;. Thomas,
21% 1HI 4 .3T9i:
.Astons 23<,f 204' .314: ,squadrons furnishing bowmen, leftfield; Clemente. center;
liughsf 19 11 ,526Gieenwondr
; 21 19.323: Heavy Attack Squadron Seven increased since: the range was Walls,, right* and Fbile,. catch
Paris Di Varae 13 15'4 IT 205: .43.431* of NAAS Sanford used an error :vp-ra; of NAS Jax.. built adjacent to the 14thi hole of er. The ballot also includedthe
Kane 17 2.1 ,42ff : the golf course this. Spring/ name of the NationalLeague's
SUhls :20 211 ..41717l and a wild throw ta score a VAH T presently at. Norfolk is ,
UlesRlnaer Uottttote 11 22 .3W
Perkins 14 22' ,:VI9 Jax Patrol Squadron 18 in eleven Jax: area Air Lant competition. have entered into competition Pittsburgh's Friend.
O'Neal 13 4 28 4337 with the St.. Johns. Bowhunters Written in the allotted
innings of. softball to win the Winner of life Air Lout competi- space
ComFairJax. softbalL tournament. tsars will go oo. to New London ,: (Cecil Field)' and 'the Jacksonville for the American League selections -

J I Playing, ten, scoreless innings Conn., to. participate i in, the Atlantic : Bowhunters.a civilian group. was: This outfit will
tt, /? HOT AIR I tension was high:, going into, the Fleet Tourney beginning Three inter-clUb shoots are held win over anything AL.can put

jV .4 t" ; eleventh Catcher Fogarty of :Aug; 13. during: the month with Jax.:Navy on the field, including'Yanks.."
: ,Sanford, reached. first base on a --=. ..-- (AFPS
hosting one of them. Bill 'Wuthooerby
!1 :. close infield play;, later scoring
Harsiskae Thrfiwers of AE School, is the' president -
oit an overthrow from VP UTs I
of the Jax
: Navy groupsWEATHER
third baseman. Russ; Gumming. I Pistol Club
i laW tattes Play ;
I Another error caused: thesecond I

',run to cross the plate for the attack Doubles play" for the NA- OUTLOOK
Steals Show
k RH squadron minutes later;. Center hocseshoe' crown wilt begin Friday- Partly cloudy with :

i Ten teams participated: in the I next week with. Naval Air late afternoon thundershowers..

III single elimination: tournament in- Weapons.System School last week Saturday- Same In Jax ActionSeven

.a chiding; V Alt-'r front Sanford!;; cinching, the singles. crown. ,
j. Ihll ti.. Fasron-9.VF-101?VF-11: !,. of:NAS i Singles standings Sunday Same. NAS Pistol Club- Members

Ililj I., oggl; Cecil Field and CAG-17W VF22VVFP82 ;.1 1 Team TV I. --.5 took awards. at the shooting

,, Fasron-109' ;, VAB-l and ': AK NavAirWeapfrt.MohooL 3t 2M 2 4 She"While- surf riding at match, held: last Sunday at the
I AGO-S"hool4 19' a ''Jax Beach last month I felt off Jacksonville Police Pistol Range
Adtnlnlitradort IT 10 'the "* near the Imeson airport
AW'P1 School IT? 1(1( surf board.
SPORTS I'AGO irhooltl) 0'> IS Her "Were you in. distress?" N; A.
: 8Dllntvma) 17 Pratt took first place ae
"AIL! tftf' order says"f& '",. wH I I MtarAvD< I. worn'rBEFOa I N t SCHEDULE Ak2School ft 21 'winner with te score of 823 Harry
J ACT School :3, 19 We hate
I :SupSpllntermZ! 3 19 torepeat gossip but M. Burlin, was second: in the Expert
I AiiL. School 41 29 what else can you do with it? class with
a score of 781.
Baseballs .
:| : Jar: :Filers: vs.. Pensa-

;cola Navy: here,August:1-4;;;:Fliersat I ; "md' l" 1 I IIARRY P. LEVESQUE took

Shaw Air* Force Base;. August I : iI f.: :":\\1', l ><" : third place in the Sharpshooter

f-TL .,. ', class wittt of
I AA$" { 'j score 76T and in

trf ; Golf:: Alt NavyEasterm Golf 't ",1 the Marksman catagory A. B,.

Tournaments? August: ff-II.. NAB Montfort was first with. 74a andJ.
...Iacksonville.limit... ; 7.', P. Lepley was second with 717.

Wave Softball': Crackerjax at Jean Stegall. won* second placein

Eglin Air Force Base, August 10, the Novice class with 333. and
11,12. 'rI ? .' i ,John W. Goodman was third with

Softball: Tax Navy softball 274.
team I 1 J. B. Maszk of Bunnell
vs. Vanderbilt Lounge, Ehtarprise toppeda
,,August 3; Jax Navy soft.'I '; '.: field of 31 with a score of 857 in
I ball team vs Southside Bombers, : the match. He was also the aggregate .

August 4. "4 .4' 'a 3YaxajW.Ya E winner' with: N. A. Pratt,
I 1 -- s> Toby Cameron* Jr.,. of Palatlta,
rtuI and Dr.W.B .Lamb
I : of Oceanway
:Jax Navy 2nd second and! third place; winners

:In 6ND Golf I The Jar Navy Pistol Club>plansto
I sponsor one match each month
t Navar Basic Training Command I I : 3 A 3 rgw aaac4 for shooters of the .30,..45, and .22

Pensacola, captured the I pistols All interested shooter are

Sixth Naval District Golf Championship a invited:to contact John P. Lepley,

,. with. Jax Navy second; ADC or Robert Stegall, ADC of
"and Pensacola No.. 2. team third 7P-1&;

Pensacola. finished with. ;C A'H fcj9Jf5"T- 0-
an. ag- .,'Sb'y'' : '' : .
I After a tour of.the tLS.
: gregate of 1193; Jax, 1262;. and at Russian
Pensacola No. 2 126. Wall being; interviewed on
: TEE MA$1'-I.ean. ;, PensacoIaV .I .........m.-w?..- ......._',,.._...._.",.., ,_w,:",,:.;..,,.,. ..". _;" .r,.vw.:; :: >< 'wwaw; : ;:'; .; "" ; his impressions. The mam had
Kinder An-
. ing on the mast Isn't very food Navy I TEE: BIG ONE -All the commotion and: excitement here is seen the skycrapers. inspectedour
champfonv took
seamanship, but 'what skipper : individual the big nut that speltod victory for Heavy Attack Squadron T of. factories: and visited our natural
eonld: argue with French starlet honors with29f( followed by ,: NAS SaDfcml'over Patrol Squadron 19 of Jaa ia the final*. wonders.. But 'when
t Alta Elba?The 17-jear-oltf ''LeoMarcftei; George Aggas, QnnFairJax softball tournament played last week VAH-Tr eatcthlt- asked
? didate. for "Crewman of the ,Bethel Ingram, alt of Pensacola, cr) Forartr is shown Crossing the plate with the winnlor ran ia the by a reporter what had impressed
), Year has tw. movies to her and BUr Searbnmgh of Jax I 11-innlnc fray.VAII-7 now represents ComFairJax the AlrLant him most, he replied.,, "The size
credit. ; tourney at Norfolk.
; of the American garbage can."



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2 August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven i

i.' .t' 3 ..:O LkaE.
Select Squad AFPS SPORTS

roc 6ND + Roundup

E. r

Softball (By Armed Forces Press Service)

A IC-snan :aqua :selected! from:. The baseball team at Chambley

outstanding softball play e.lt's: AB, France is called the Desert
..F7d"y Rats" and the Little Leaguers )
t are
Station win
aboard 1te ., represent
called "Desert llice" The
in the Sixth
Jacksonville Navy Sporting flews has named Stan

Naval :District tournaments: August (The Man) Miwlal.of the St. Louis

30, at Gneen Cove Springs. Cardinals as "'Player of the Dec

Three xighihanajed chudters, ade..' Musial, who recently ap-

will form the .nucleus: d the peared .in ills 13th All Star classic,
y was honored for the period 1946-
Jim loza-
mound stall They<<: are
1955. Joe YMMagrio, former T Im-
rus cf AGO School; -Bright Ale-
: kee :slugger, was second and Ted ...
Daniel,.A1:School and Bob Trent?
Williams d the Red Sox
HAS' placed
NAS Supply.Art Chambliss,:l
third in the balloting ,of 260 players
Operation and Fred Jiammeyer,
AE School,win handle the chores} baseball officials, umpires,
\ .YP N o+ ,'ak=tl 4 V 'cw'ilY.. ZtUV'2tE writers and announcers.
behind the plate. fi\3 c p
; SoYw) jA tih Y .. _m "' __' "o____""",. w,_.,'.___ ......m'" Quickie Quiz: Has Ted Williams

Infielder chosen Include Tom OVtI.. MAN- Except for the yoeaery in the ftuMkcramd, this C'mI1c11JeEltbtt'll Field a Red Soxer since 39, ever
Tetley HAWS School, :Ib; Paul -iaae '!*!?7 **'** **. the act The ""Pk* 're fe quite emphatic about the whale thing *s Jax been thumbed out .of a fame by
Donoho, ComFairJaic:, 2b; Jim; Mien' EakeJus p1 I1he lull on a DwudflMii ATB paw in' a fray played at MMWB FIeld. The
CrandeU AO School], is; Arthur Fliers took n two gatne aeries from the IbTHV! '-',.aad T 2. The nien last weekend teat JUaody an umpire? M/Sgt. Cletos
.AFS ja a twin Dill, 94)),and 1'I Dim.who is stationed in AschafIcnburg .
MAO 3b Bill Cha- I
Dornath, ;
is memberof
Germany, a
veaux, MAD. Bill Bowen,, JNAS' American
the Congress
Bowling -
Special Services -and Clarence NASSailingClubPlans Club" for
Triplicate -
Biggerstaff, HAS Communications All-Navy Eastern Golf '
bowling three consecutive gamesof
are utility men. Busy Week
127 .? Arrival of the Florida

The outfield will be handledby Allocation of crews for Jax State 'University 1956 football

Freddie Pridgeon, .NAS Oper- Navy's calling club was Action Opens Here Aug. 6 handbook at our desk is a remin-

ations; Jerry Atwszcwcki. planned for noon today : der that the gridiron: season is almost

School]; Bill Todd, NAS -O&R, and '(Thursday) at .a meeting in Some upon us .... Ft. Meade, Md.,
100 of the Navy' top golfer: will invade the
Lemon Allen, .MAD. Building .501. has a new .16 hole, 72-par golf
Naval Air :Station this weekend for ompctition in the Ail- .
The local under the coaching The sailing dub's three Navy Eastern Golf Championships which begin Monday at: course.
of Lt. William'Lyons, and the assistant boats 'Sayonara," 'Tarn's the JUS links.Championships. I Heavyweight Willie Pastrano of

coaching of Frank Yos-I Pram" and '!An'$romeda" will be decidedin New Orleans Is a member of the
participants having won their Naval Reserve. ... 2nd Lt Walter '
benner, will meet Vanderbilt will take part this weekend' in. the open, senior, and the.
way; to the tourney via previous Dadorek, winner of both the discus
Lounge tomorrow night (Friday) a lun day Saturday and racing women's divisions, with open division -'
in a game on '!enterprise lield. Sunday :at 1430 at Orange play opening Monday. Senior tournaments. and javelin events at the Itth .
Park, guests of the Jacksonville and women's.competition BIG BILL SCAR RODGU will Inf. Div. track meet in Germany .
Games gets underway -
are presently being
Rudder Club. be the lone Jacksonville Navy entrant was the protege of Fortune Cor-
Tuesday flay is expected
scheduled with Cecil Field,Hunter '
In last Sunday's regatta the to be completed on August 9. having gained his way into lien, world record holder in the
Air Force Base Green Cove.
'"Sayonara," skippcn-d by Tom I the meet by placing in the Sixth discus, while at Oregon University
Springs and the Jacksonville :Hoon yf inishcd fifth: and the' OPEN DIVISION action, which ND play at Pensacola last week. ,!.:t. liniman Robbing,who finished
Southside Bombers. w.i111and the of
majority participants
'Andromeda," with Tom Big Bin National Tublinx ..run third among the amateursand
1 will :be over 72 holes, while
Knowles at the helm, finished ner-up who won a place in the 17th from the top in this
Splinters, HAWS eighth."Tarn1*Pram,* demastd seniors and women will tour ;$4 Sixth ID meet by the skin of his year's Masters is now :at Lack

Unbeaten In Tennis the day before, entered, but medal holes. play.All competition! will be I teeth In a playoff lor the fifth po-I. land AFH, Tex., the of the Ales
sition will be :Sixth ND August golf tournament.
was forced to drop out: because joined by ,I
Support Splinters: and Naval difficulties.. Thirteendistricts and commands -' teammates Jim Kinder, defending Pvt Irwin .Bel'ltstelD.captain of

Air Weapons System School are' will be represented, with.All-Navy champ. ;:; Leo March,', the 1954 Columbia tarring team

still undefeated lithe NATTCenter I George Aggas,and Bethel Ingram, which went undefeated in 11

tennis league with SS bolding Billiards Event .all of NAS Pcnsacola. matches, still linds time to don
a bulge of three more vic ; Co. 2 9 Takes
t tories. Set For September A big banquet, to be held at bis lancing uniform at Ft. Ben-

j 1000/ at the CPO Club, scheduledfor 'ning, Ga. ? :Maj. CaslmirMysllnskl
The standings: Billiards, ,a usual annual sport 5 Of 8 Bouts Monday, with participants and former West Point grid
for August at the Naval Air Technical -
W L guests in ,attendance. Topping the ace, is now chief of the equipmentand
SupSplinters 12' V) Training Center, has 'been, list of Navy dignitaries will be I facilities division of the De.
From Co. 24It
set to September according to
NavAirWeapi 0MarAvDct Rear Adm. G. C. Cwaford, Commandant partment of Athletics at the AF

6 8 Special Services. was nip and tuck between Sixth Naval District. Academy Candidates for the

AN-P School :3 :3 Repairs equipment\ balls: Companies 29 and 24 until the final Guest speaker will be Bear Adm. 1956 All-Army :rifle and pistol

AE School 3.. c and cues are necessary before the:. bout of the Marine Corps'*" Charles Mason (retired) first team are seeping In shape at Ft.

AK School 21" event will be held in the Enlisted Airman Preparatory School commanding officer of NAB Jax. Denning with hiking. volleyballand

AGO School 3 Men* dub. Building .593. j smoker in King Hall Tuesday and now residing in Pcnsacola. swimming.

evening. Eric f dbl,south Texas registrar,

Champ Does 560 Pushups i Then, after both corners had The difference between radio has announced 'that the regional

Ian-banged each other aH over and TVs\ that on radio you wondered -' Olympic boxing trials will fee held

the ring, Art Bryant of Com- what people were laugh-1 at Lackland AFB Sept. 20-22.
Y1rtl'7JOi /T+sPIT'6At67l 1tS k1+lY DEiE pany 28, succeeded in vpread-' inc ,at, and on TV you wonder;; Amateurs from 10 states will com
?- eagling Doug Jackson of Com- ''Wur. pete in hopes ef landing a berth
A.a pany 24 with a hard punch and ,. in the linal Olympic ring tryouts

the inter-company rivalry ended as San Francisco late In October.

with Company :29 winning five of ;:: ; Answer to Quickie Quiz: No.:

the eight bouts. y0li; I .

A tag wrestling!bout and a Judo:,
exhibition also were included ini I Airman Preps

-inter-company program, first: Get For \
of its kind;an several weeks.More Ready
win be planned Isicr. : Golf Season"With
Y. .
Ft. Brau.'N.c. Life, tbey say, is lull of tips and downs. Thisis The ::nn11.s: = '{

especially true If the life of Pvt. Early S. Lam. I Gene Capozzdli C28) defeated only Ed 1.einaar..Jnunber

Private lam, aside from his paratrooping activities, has been, Ronald Rains t24)). 156; Curtis;i three man on last year's runner-

known to go op and down as many as 560 consecutive times in two Carter <.U) defeated: .!bert' KiV J up Airman Preparatory School
:lion C24)4 126; Bob DeMartino S. golf! team in the NATTCenter intramural
hours.You I
see, Pvt. Lam is the undisputed, unchallenged pushup (24.) defeated Chuck Bchrens league returning, the
champion of the 82nd Airborne Div. 29)), 3<0;Dick eke <2t) defeated -' 4 Preps win be hard set to hold

The lean young paratrooper 'set a record of 450 pushups a % Dick McGee T29)). 140;! EciI their position this .season.

couple of months ago. But, like the champion he is, he wasn't Johnny Cascarano I<2t) defeated Play in the JfATTCenfer ;golf

satisfied. Phil aianning <2B')" :1 11.; ChuA' circuit will begin Thursday Aug.

He has recently upped the mark to'560 and is confidently aimingat Buchanan: C20) defeated Tommy:; 9, and thus Bar Leinaar is the '

1,000. Murphy '(24)), 153; frankie lovinej only man signed up from AN-P

Private Lam, of Hq. Co., Second Bn., 325th Airborne Inf. Begt/ (29) .defeated Joey Greene W4) School.
devotes two evenings a week to physical conditioning, and it has paid 154; Art :Bryant (2fc defeated

off lie.. ouldmly do a "meager" 75 pushups while attending the Doug Jackson (24), 152. : Administration, which finishedin
| rugged airborne course. Coach Dim Van Mullen ,.,C the, third Place, will lose two of its

Private lam first entered the Army in 19SS, but was discharged t Tax Navy Judo team presenteda SrOKTS TKITLE :Jim aoe golfers. They are Sam Lanier

shortly :after empieiing! basic training when It was dis j squad < .
I plained the varied holds and r Weapons System School, is nef the team will be helped by the
coveredwas: only IS years old. ; the reasons wiry the Miasflo-
lie re.enliated as airborne; volunteer when he became 17. throw of the body-twisters. mea are leaden: for the Capt. addition of Harold Brooks, who.

It took :the young champion two hours to complete his 560. But; Bepre ented in the mat bouts, Henry C. Depone trophy in the performed en Navy teams in
[lie's were Doug Johnson and Marlin XATTOentcr intramural ompeOUaa. Hawaii.
sti1\.Jmproving. lie look. in cheM
to take leave to get allis Mtmsicker of Co. :28 Against Dick part Entries
When he reaches J peak, he might have bowling and horseshoes, where for the league close
i pushups m. (AFTS) Bunker and Hank Cipolla. he won the title "Sports Triple." tomorrow (Friday\ ).


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< Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2 August 1956

Use Plenty Salt .".
New Marching/ Song During : < >:.':><< ::' :

For Naval Aviators"Navy months, if +

Wings of Gold new cessively, I
the amount of t
marching melody for naval t

aviation, has made its formal day. utu1
salt results
debut over the airwaves in
Washington. prevents

Composed by Comdr. George haustion.lets during ,

Cornelius. of the Bureau of
periods, or
Aeronautics, the song was set a seasoning
: to music by Chief Musician Er- >

nest Forte of the U.S. Navy John

Band. mission in
t Nicholas a

first man to
in the U.S.

2&milJD bdrm. unfurn.FOR RENT hse. 6244 Wilson 'Ship

Blvd. EV 7-4349. Zimmerman.

Unfurn. hse. Lakeshore. EL 6-

3 rm.2571.turn apt. 852 St. Clair St -

EV 83992. Thirty-five
service is a >p: + 9s xCTaa'.WRt,od ..h
2 bdrm. hse. Furn. or partly fum
Murray Hill 1256, Woodruff Navy man This scene could be called the end of a beautiful friendship-between the beautiful
But to and trees, the Mainslde Administration Building and the people who carry on their dally
Ave. EV
4-1059. Gordyl. the Building. But, this is the age of mechanization and progress and the area is being I
3 bdrm. hse. $90. EV 75369. who a parking lot. It is one of four parkinr lots presently under construction to take care of
Schultz. Navy July 21 .Dumber of vehlclles aboard the Station. .
----- --
2-2 rm. apt. 563 College St. EL ment is still

5-6914 or EL 6-9258. Harrison. Presently I Survivors'Continued
3 rm. furn. apt. 563 College St. Photographic I You May, Purchase

EL 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. Harri leading chief Home Under FHA (( from Pare 1))

son. tenant's widows, and ceases If she remarries -

4 rm. furn. apt. 563 College St. took his In-Scrvicc Loans Otherwise the paymentsare

EL 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. Harrison from Comdr. NOTES Servicemen planning to buy unaffected by any other income -

skipper of homes are advised to investi- she may have. To orphaned

FOR SALE BROWN overt"l requests, the gate the numerous benefits children or those of a remarried
provided under the FHA In- widow, VA will accordingly
1953 31' house trailer. EV 43818. Navy in will feature another pay ;
2.bdrm. hse. Nr. NAS, Cecil. Low recruit dance this Saturday service loan plan. one child $70 a month; two
. The FHA-insured mortgage children, $100 a month three
G.I. equity. Inspect at 5150 Ill., he 2000 until 2400. ;
Marlene Ave. EV 71581. marines and will be held on the plan offers two advantages to children, $130 a month; and $25a

2 bdrm. hse. G.I. equity, $49 per ders. He also the stars to the active duty personnel, wherebythe month for each additional
mo. 5255 Camilla Ave. EV 9- the orchestra. Dinner military service pays the child. The child is also eligible

8680. Roberts. New Mexico on the patio from FHA mortgage insurance pre- I for social security benefits or

2 bdrm. hse. Kitch. equip. 6226 Pensacola. mium, and.more fayorable the equivalent.

Pennant Dr. W., Venetia Ter- In 1925 he announced that terms of repayment theserviceman's SOCIAL SECURITY pays ben-

race. EV 7-4959. Blessinger. tion. Five at this patio dance loan.It efits for children, whether or not
2 bdrm. hse. Equity, $1250. 2055 rier USS as the previous one, is also possible on occasionfor the mother Is living, depending'
Lakeshore Blvd. a serviceman stationed
stations for
twice a month on the average monthly wage
3 bdrm. hse. Gar. $18,750. 4150 War'II. the closing of overseas to obtain a certificateof credit of the serviceman. A
Timuquana Rd. EV 8-5940. with VP-72 eligibility from his com-
pool and patio in widow with two children could
3 bdrm. C.S. hse. Reas. dwn. manding officer and send it
pay- Pacific. patio bar is open claim as high as $200 a month or
ment. 5301 Park St. NAS Oper- CHIEF home to his' wife with a powerof
entire time a patio as low as $45. When a man dies
ation, Sanford. R. J. Spears. wife and attorney enabling her to before acquiring the minimum 18
2 bdrm. C.B. hse. Equity, $1,000. base. from 1400 until purchase a home in his name months coverage under social'

5874 Oak Lane Dr. EV 7-7190 Asked he will 'feature a- under the FHA program. security, VA will make payments

Bierton.MISCELLANEOUS those who dinner, buf to the children equivalent to
Navy a on the patio. what social security would have
Lost-Siamese cat, I yr. old male. states that he pointed out that Safety Awards paid. ,

Answers to the name of AM. Navy's patrons indicated (Continued from Pare 1) Dependent parents get bene
Vicinity of Ortega Hills. EV 8- for a family majority do not de fits on a sliding scale accordingto
1672. Cottrell. ceivcd by NAS Jax and the Naval
"At least from the bar- their incomes. Those with an
Ride Hospital. Since very few motor
wanted from Southside
Estates men are after- annual income
on Sunday of less than $750
to NAS. vehicles are operated by NATT-
Working hrs.
: the
will get $75 a month, the amount
Center thus precluding partici-
07301610. RA 4-3278. Alber- married m a down-scaled income
ghide. pation in the motor vehicle safety as goes up.
more One parent making more than
Ride wanted from Lake Forest than he program, only the Industrial safe-
of f heTlmei
$1750 a year gets no payment.
ty award will be received by
Hills to NAS. Working hrs.: civilian life." ..,
\ I TNC SACK, t" this command.It dependent parents with an.'
08001603. PO 46770. Trestrail. As Brown ASH .iv' income less than $1000 a year get

in the Navy \ 9E .sTICKS- .cy.. will not be the first occa- $100 a month. Two parents witha
More his guard f0 AN Ai, sion such awards have been received combined income of more than

Military claim his 1/y '1 1I 1dd by any of the three com- $2400 get no payment.

(Continued from Page 1)) service. For "' mands. But it will bear the distinction Those who surrendered Na
of achieving several out-
change is now operating a check- tional Service Life Insurance
standing safety records not only
cashing facility at the Naval Air, reply, "Ship while covered by the $10,000 in-
locally but within the Navy Itself
Technical Training Center, where demnity (now abolished) can
the new check system went into ,.,' by comparable commands. Credit reinstate their policy while in
Yt J ;Ey ii : :Yj for the high mark of safety
effect last month. The Exchangealso w. A :.F service or up to 120 days after
A achievement is given by the
plans to checkcashing ? discharge.
open -
4. commands to the sincere and ded-
facility at the Malnside \ -
Navy **
icated effort of department
Exchange when a remodeling of Tourist: "Is this a good river
heads, supervisors, safety com-
the building is completed about for,fish?"
: mittees and-perhaps most of:
Sept 1. Meanwhile, the ExchangeIs :: Fisherman: "It must be-I
allan outstanding safety con-
accepting checks in its main can't persuade them to leave it."
scious population.
stores until the check-cashing

facility is open for business.
Lcdr. Brinkley also said that New Atomic Missile'Jupiter' SCUTTLEBUTT

Brinks Banking Service has
made its check-cashing facilities In MakingSenators "
> available to the Station. have been told by the

S. Navy that a new shiplaunchedatomic

Helicopter ProvesTo missile now In the making
will be able to hit any. target
Be Labor SaverA within nine-tenths of the vast

400-pound antenna rotor was Communist domain.

lifted from the top of a 300-foot That assumption Is based on

radio tower and gently loweredto the'' Navy's ability to get the

the ground by a Camp LejeuneN. ; launching ships close enough to.

C. helicoptor. the target.

The versatility of the 'copterwas 35-YEAR REENLISTMENT Lawrence R. Brown AMC, The missile, which has been
proven when it completedthe takes his eighth enlistment oath from Comdr. Martin P. MacNair, named the Jupiter, was described -
maneuver in ten minutes skipper of Light Photographic Squadron 62.: After 35 years In the in secret testimony be- "I Hill think
Navy, Chief Brown reenlisted for another four years. He Is pres- In w ought to
Senate Airpower
fore -
Normally four men work for a abandon
ently serving with VFP-62 as leading chief in the First Lieutenant'sDivision. shipr'
day and a half to do such a job. vestigating Committee.