Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00575
 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: August 16, 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
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System ID: UF00028307:00575

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S: :S.SS.S. S. < 4'S S Betsy Causes Foreign OfficersAt

Schools Here

S Jax Flyaway; Three officers of foreign Navies J

:J are now attending schoolsat
the Naval Air Technical
Veers To Sea
Training Center.
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Lcdr.Yoshio Onizuka and Lt.
: Hurricane Betsy turned out
Toshito Na Kanara of the Japanese -
____-1 S to be lady after all I Navy are in classes at In-

_.J- Warnings issued Monday that structor-Training School, and
S Sp ) she was something of g fiend and Lt. A. N. Ambrosini, of the Ar-

would claw the east coast of Florida gentine Navy, is attending Aviation .
before her venom was spent, Ordnance Officers School.
caused the evacuation of 112 air-

craft from the local area. The even' lady hurricane!) Yesterdayshe

planes were dispatched for safe- recurved her course and when

keeping to Hutchinson, Kansas; she passed Jacksonville she was
Marietta, Ga.; and Atlanta. about 120 miles offshore and

THEN BETSY changed her headed out to sea.

mind. (And who has a better right EARLY AIRBORNE Warning
than a lady to change her mind, (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1))

New Retirement Benefits

:,. Defined For Gov't. WorkersWhen
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I- -.- S t the retirement deduction from civil service sal
Jr- --- 4 aries is increased from 6 to 6.5 per cent, beginning with tho

first after 30 attention will be spotlighted
S \ tS pay period Sept. ,
S t: on the new retiremenWaw, its benefits and operation.In I

S4sSS t Zr addition to the 6.5 per cent \

v'S .... ( ( deduction from employee's sal
+ \ 'S ILuJI VAII-3 Gets
? aries, each employing agency will

.... ..._.,_._.,.... ."."';'I<.;_. ...v..w.w_ ..-' "T' _....____ ................, ...... match the amount paid by the
A DIFFERENT TRAFFIC PROBLEM Suddenly seeing aircraft rolling.under their own power employee, beginning July, 1957. First A3DsHeavy
down the main street of the Station, Yorktown Avenue, caused personnel to wonder "wha hoppen." These agency contributions will
I PerhapslOme Incoming pilots had gotten lost and were using the main stem for a runway? It was all go into the general retirementfund Attack Squadron Three,
part of the move to evacuate aircraft Monday, as a result of the approaching hurricane Betsy. Th,, to help pay for benefits, and the second VAIL squadron to bo
a1rcraft, S2P Trackers, parked wrest of the Supply Department area were from moved the hurricane.to Overhaul and Repair will not be credited to any em- based at NAS Jacksonville, received *
against possible damage
Department hangars for protective Btorage ploye's account. its first A3D-1 aircraft

AN EMPLOYEE MUST retireat since it was commissioned June "

Lt. Udovin Receives I Board Of Governors Names age 70 after 15 or more years' 15, when two of the Douglas Sky-
warriors flown in from the
Merit Certificate service. He may retire at age 62 were

From ToastmastersA (with five years); age 60 (30 West Coast.
Committee To Furnish Club years); age 55 ((30 years, at a seduced Up to now the squadron had
certificate of from annuity); age 50 if invol- been flying two F2V type planes, I I

Toastmasters International was The first progressive move by the newly elected Boardof untarily separated ((20 years); pending availability of the twin- I
presented to Lt. Bertram Udo- Governors and officers of the new Enlisted Men's Club of: and at any age with five or more engine jets. It expects to have its .

vin,the enlisted Naval personnel Air Technical officerat NAS Jacksonville has been made, and the board membershiphas years of service it totally dis full complement of 12 A3D's by

been formed into committees to check on furnishing the abled. the end of September.
Training Center and a member -
club. Except in disability retirementcases Commanded by Comdr. H. J.
of the Jax Navy Toast- S
Committees and members' an employee who retires Morehouse, VAH-3 is presently
masters Club.
Signed by Lcdr. Vincent named include Kenneth Dunn- .business firms to secure prices on between ages 55 and 60 will have sharing working space with S
furnishings for the club. his reduced onetwelfthof VAH-1 in Hangar 140. However,
Anania, the club's educationalvice away, QM1, club president;
president, and Maj. E. S. Kozak, PN1; and JQ Willard, YN3, The furnishings data will be one per cent for each monthone available space is anticipated in.
for the dining Harris ( per cent a year) he is under the near future in one of the old
Maloney, club president, the on the committee presented to Capt. William ,
that Lt. Udo- officers room, stag age 60. If he is involuntarily sep hangars formerly used by the
certificate shows room, petty NAS commanding officer, for approval -
than 55 Overhaul and Repair Department.The .
bar men's and women's arated and is younger ,
vin completed the 12 assign- galley,
ments in basic training. heads and the club's office. and consideration of pur- there is a reduction of five per squadron is composed of
chase based on the amount of cent plus one-sixth of one per 19 officers and 229 enlisted per-
John Murphy, ADI; Leyman
Long, YN2; and Richard Williams funds for expenditure, it was said. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4) sonnel.

Plans Being Made PN1; on the committeefor r 555 ... ..... S -

the patio, driveway, parkIng -

For Three MoreToastmasterClubs. lot, and exterior landscaping
and Reginald Boone, MM1,

club vice-president, on the air .
conditioning equipment com

Organization of three more miitee.

Toastmasters Clubs to include The various committee representatives

civilians, chiefs, master sergeants will meet in Jackson
and enlisted men, is now under- ville this week to contact several
way and by mid-September there
should be four clubs aboard NAS
Jacksonville. College Credit

At present Navy and Marine Courses Due.
Corps officers have the only such
organizationrit meets weekly at To Start SoonThe

the Officers Club, but repeated University of Florida is in
requests and interest shown by
the of establishing extension -
other groups have led to plans' courses in basic mathematicsand I .
for the additional clubs. .
freshman English at the Na-
Kits for avail
organization are
val Air Technical Training Cen-
able from the Officer Toastmasters l
be obtained from
may ter.Military
or civilian personnel I
Maj. E. S. Maloney, extension Ii
interested should contact the E i
8320, or Lt. Kenneth Knoizen, L.
and I Office Extension 8388.
extension 8316. I&S .......-V
Meeting places for the new number of instructors at the Na- STUDY LAYOUT OF NEW EM CLUB Studying' plans of the new NAS Jax Enlisted Wen's
groups will be determined after val Air Technical Training Cen- Club are the members of the Board of Governors and newly elected officers. Left to right art John
organization, but it is expectedthe ter," Lt. Knoizen said, "there Kozak, PN1, board member; Leyman Long, YN2, board member' Kenneth Dunnaway, QM1): board
PNI board member and club secretary; Albert Ken.
member and club president; Richard Williams, ,
chiefs and master sergeants should be little difficulty in get- Boone, MM1: board member
nedy, DK1, and Jo Willard, YN3, board members. Two others, Reginald
will hold their gatherings at the ting enough members to form the and club vice-president, and John Murphy, ADI, board member, were not present when phot was
Chiefs Club. "With the large clubs." made.Klt .



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I 16 August
Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1956

, JA-04.VkFI1 Fasron 6 VF-43, FAW-11. Report

I JflXi SI Scouting Jax Area .Squadrons 1

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Published" every Thursday for Navy ana Marino activities", at Naval Air -
Station. Jacksonville Florida VA-44 Landing Practices, FCLP. Flyingto NATTC Memphis; Edgar SwanrI,
r NAB Jacksonville Attack Squadron 44 extends they will make day AD, from Transport Squadron
Capt. William S. Harris .' Commanding Officer ,
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ComOr. Robert H:. Smith -..,.-. .... ....-,,...-u...._.,. Executive Officer congratulations to Ltjg( ) Thomas and night landings using the Five, NAS Moffett Field Calif;

Rear A dm. Delbert S. Cornwell Meet Air JstUonvUIe- __ Commander W. Trout, admininstrative officer mirror landing system. This is a and Donald Kirchner, AM3, from
Capt. Richard O. Green Chief of Stall who was notified this week of preparatory exercise that is necessary o & R NAS.
Heel Air WUff Elena his promotion to the rank of full the squadron goes Jacob
before Young
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod _____ Commander I t ADC bade VF-43
coma,, Richard basis __. Chief Start Officer lieutenant aboard the USS Forrestal next goodby this week. lIe completed

Capt..IIrnry C. DeLnng Naval Air Teehileal 1ralat c Ceatof Commanding Officer Ltjg( ) Richard Bishop was month for car-quals. five years and 11 months sea
' Comdr. Edward W. UUhop __ Executive Officer married last Saturday to Marie A dispatch from ComAirLant duty In this command. Chief

Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Natal Hospital Commanding Officer Dolores Quinn of Jax. The wedding requested that a draft of nine Young will report aboard Patrol
Capt. Marcy Shxipp __.......,..-............ ........................ Executive Officer\ took place in Saint Edward's men be transferred to the USS Squadron 18 for duty.

Copt. Norman O. Anderson NABTO Commanding Officer Chapel on the base and was followed Franklin D. Roosevelt. The ear- The squadron will complete its
r by a reception at the Offi rier's new home,port is the May- field carrier work next week in
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. cer's Club. carrier basin. Best wishesgo preparation for the "shakedown"cruise
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-anproprlated fundsat port
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVkOCOS P-35 Rrv. Highlight of last Friday's All ; with them from VAH-1. aboard the Saratoga. All
Nov. W45. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the Hands Party at the Anchoragewas The group was comprised of hands are eagerly awaiting the
U. S. Naval Hospital. a softball game between offi- nine AAs. They were Giacomo arrival of the "Sara" and to experience -
Acting Editor Charley Schaat; Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton;
and enlisted men which the life aboard the
Flores Fred newest
Nancy Ward. JO3; Jack Holmes, 1111. Ditacconi Ygnacio ,
Th JAX AIR NEWS 1s a member ef the Armed Forces Press Service. officers won, 7-0. Hawkins, L. a Keigley, Albert and largest carrier afloat.In .
ALPS material appearing' In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe VAIM Lincoln Maxie Nunley, Ramon the past three months we
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Rfnubllcatlon of other
matter except by service publications. U prohibited without permission ofEditor. The time has come for the A3D Ortiz Robert Scouten and Charles have completed all competitive
: JAY AIR NEWS. flight crews to run the Skywar- Wilcox. exercises for the fiscal year 1956

83-14.Editorial 21ft and offices 8164. located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions riors through the Fuel Carrier Clifford "Mac" McCardeL YN2, and also completed and receivedan

of Administration has been transferred "excellent" in yearly adminIstrative .

to the USS F. D. R. personnel inspection.
,L1l.Sf.\" { Eight men have made Airman TKe hard work and high morale

: Tn ICE as'a result of taking the monthly displayed by all hands during
airman test. this period contributed to the

Lee Trout, AA, and Phyllis squadron's success.A .

CATHOLIC Joan Williams of Glen Rock Pa- "well done" to Chief Young

Sunday Mass 0800 0900 ti '4 :.. were married at Freeland' Md.Fasron who capably served as leading
1000 St. Edward's Chapel I 4 S chief of'this squadron.

Saturday Mass, 0800 St. C S e e
Edward's ChapeL < Fasron Six has maintained a FAW-11

Daily Mass, 0630 St. Ed- : J7 percent reenlistment rate soar Seach and rescue figured in last

ward's ChapeL :: this year. week's squadron operations of
Sunday 0630 :Mass at the __ During the past week Comdr. Fleet Air Wing 11 on the search

Hospital Chapel; 1900 Instruc- Max Replogle commanding officer for the two Air Force jets.

tion Classes Bldg. 463. swore in David Huggins, CS2; At 0930 on Monday, Aug. 6, the
PROTESTANTThursday Bob Rocek, AK2; and Al Jacobs, Fleet Air Wing 11 staff duty officer

Aug. 16 tr AO2, all for six year tours of received word from NAS Op.

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- r duty. erations that there had been a

hearsal, AU Saints' Chapel. The education department reports search and rescue alert for two

Sunday Aug. 19 that from January 1956 until Air Force jets that had had a

0800 Episcopal Communion this month the squadron has processed mid-air collision approximately

Service, Chaplain Nickelson. successfully 32 GED high 50 miles due east of Savannah.
0930 Sunday School. school level tests and seven GED Ga, and that FAW-11 was to
Service of Divine Worship college level tests. The depart- launch their SAR aircraft.
0930 -------------------
Chaplain Osman. UNDERWATER CANOPY JETTISON TEST From the bot- ment also recently finished an 80- At 0942 a P2V from Patrol
1100 Service of Divine Wor- tom of a 64,000 gallon tank an aircraft canopy is returned by frog lesson group study course in English Squadron 16, piloted by Lcdr. W.
men to the surface for engineering tests. The is Jettisonedin
ship, Chaplain Stephenson. the 24-foot deep tank and its action studied for pilot escape grammar. Fifteen membersof J. Borne was on its way to the
1900 The United Fellowshipof safety.'Frogmen'. Fasron 6 voluntarily devoted scene of the5crash.Wreckage .
Protestants Bldg. 804. five hours weekly to the project was found that in.

Monday, Aug. 20 using this method to further their cluded the tail-section and a tip
1930 Latterday Saints Service Used To Study service education. tank of one of the aircraft but

Bldg. 750. Leonard Graham, AMI, reported neither of the pilots was ever

Tuesday, Aug. 21 Emergency Escape MethodsTwo aboard from Fighter found, so at daylight of the next
1900 -. Episcopal Instruction Squadron 173 NAS Jax for duty. day the search was expanded and

Class, Bldg. 563. "frogmen" are playing an Donald Armand, AD3, was released continued.As .
1900 Christian Science Service important part in a program to The underwater jettisoning often to inactive duty last week one of the squadrons of

Bldg. 752. assure Navy pilots of emergency scatters parts, which the frogmen and returned to Cottonport, La., FAW-11, VW-4 took time out

1930 Bible Study Group, escape from jet fighters-even if retrieve for engineering. studies. his home town. Billy Tindell, :from their schedule of hurricane
Bldg. 804. the plane should sink into the AM3 was discharged last week reconnaissance to lend a helping

Thursday, Aug. 30 ocean upside down. Crew Officers and returned. to Knoxville. Tenn. I hand on the search on Wednesday
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal The underwater swimmers, are morning they had to be recalled
All Saints' ChapeL involved in tests to make certain Dances SlatedSweet I VF-43 i when first word was received
I The squadron welcomed that Betsy, the second and
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL cockpit canopies can be jet
music by Johnny Long aboard three new men this week: I worst hurricane of the season had
(Naval Hospital, Protestant) tisoned under water as well as in
Sunday Aug. 19 the sky. and his orchestra will vibrate I Melvin Wurster, AMAN, report- reared her ugly head in the Ca
I dance enthusiasts at a Crew's ing in from AMA( ) School, ribbean.CRQSSWORD .
0930 Sunday School and
proved Dance in King Hall, from 2000- -
Nursery. conclusively that the canopieswill 2400, Aug. 21, and again at the
0930 Divine Worship Chap- open in both the upright and Officers Club, from 2100-0100 PUZZLE, _
lain William Swets. inverted positions. The programhas Aug. 22.Featured. ACROSS a is I. J r. t 14 11

Tuesday Aug. 21 been carried out with the with Long known as I- I" I
1930 Instruction Class for A4D F4D and devicesFrom _
F5D. "Young America's Favorite," is T-
personnel of Presbyterian or Re- USING A 24-FOOT tbat'l.. '1 IfutUBt
deep tank Sandee Moore the
Long Shots ;..'..
formed background. technicians lower a forward fuse and the Glee Club. castt4Eagles' seats ,y IV/ ifU
lage section deep into the water Johnny Long has starred at 13-Suffix ofl1aosnlah: naUn. [// 'l/: .

then jettison the canopy to deter every major college in the coun. Vreposltioa. puts 2& q [ / ). _

mine how it functions on a try. His theme song "Sweetheartof l -Cover .2S ya 21
ditched aircraft Sigma Nu," is of collegiate ori Id-Kind of fabrig L-
The two "frogmen" submergeand tin."lIe is also a Coral Recording tt-Teutonic deity _
retrieve the canopy. They star with many song hits to his >3-Garment a 1. 3. sa _H
credit Ji-Arrow poison
also make underwater repairsand IE 3r n
)3THscoursgef if./
inspect the triggering mechanisms hn"''rkal v./
a'.II14 .... r/ i'rIfq
their findingsto Black Footwear
reporting :t -Chair // 1-- V/ L-
(Personnel arc invited to visit engineers top-side on the tank. I r>-'uocS n'CflUD W- rn u. 0 y3
Adopted 3-rmln. : 'l/ : : : _, L-
the USO Servicemen' Club at 37 By Army :a-Iie: Alta
r33RHInds 11 ,1
West Monroe St. The club is open Black shoes and socks will be VHIHfftc.ltcup\I..n t -

from 090J to 2230 daily.) SAFETYBox worn by Army personnel begin- :tl-W'nt! teollat&;,): .
Thursday Aug. 16 2000, Sur- ning Sept. 1. The new order has .
4w Uirl's name .",.-...--..-
prise Nite. Score been approved by Army Chief of U-A .
elate '
tat4t'r. 1-\11
Friday, Aug. 17 2000 Special Staff Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor. U-Choq :-H
food snack bar; Games; Dance. Disabling Injuries Through Black low-quarter shoes and .JJ-tt1".3-1o.ntb\lsLuUO? "I' 1'rtntrr's' (pi) ?njoin e-Unndle "S-LIR.,-T.etstand
Saturday, Aug. IS 1000, Open Tuesday, August 14 black socks will become manda tt-llaylll.kobb 4 I-measured -rear l-0ry of
t-\IOII': l
alll"llIa 1'-01,1' name BaoehanaUOloftlc
house until midnight. tory. ands"
This Month 0 44-Argue 1 Sterie* U-Skin disease : a*
Aug. 19 1000 Coffee Black combat boots and $-t'hlet '11-LonIlr" for written
Sunday, This Year 4 black 4t-lUh.tr'p' -Bitter vetcl! It-F.atln. altars 4V>Part of circle
hour and off to church; 1730 Days Since Last ties have been approved but no DOWN lo-"CJmbol tar JO-FormM U-Hebrew month.Pated
Vespers and refreshments; 2000 Lost Time Accident 27 date for adopting these items '. I -"ice. H:-lie-ican iRnwHre Olin, 17-CtWt- 'C psrdewj
Free movie. has been set.
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16 August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page

tC(; WlilM II Safety Measures Important During 'CaneDo I Jobs Civil Listed Service ,j"1

you know what safety dangling wires. Report such assistance, stay away from disaster
measures to take after the hur damage to the light and power areas where you may Critical personnel needs Issued 1

ricane has blown over and the company, or nearest police of hamper first aid or rescue this month by Commandant, J
air has become calm again? ficer. work. Sixth Naval District, include both \

Here is listed eight Important 3. Report broken sewer or 7. Drive automobiles cau stateside and overseas job va

things to remember and water mains to the water de tiously. Debris-filled streetsare cancies. Among them are:
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian Supervisory Safety Engineer,
to occasionaly think about so partment. dangerous, so keep your
for all Navy libraries in the area.) GS-11. Naval Ordnance' Plant,
if a hurricane does come your 4. Guard against spoiled eyes on the road. Along the
You Are Never Alone: In spiteof way you won't be at a lose as food in mechanical refrigerators coast.soil may be washed from Macon, Ga.; engineering drafts

all the means of transportation' to what precautionary actionto if power has been off any beneath the pavement, which man (ship construction), GS-5,

disposal take length of time. may collapse under the weightof mechanical engineer, GS-11, and

I 1. Seek medical care at Red 5. Take down shutters and vehicles. supervisory maintenance engi .

problems of our time. This inspir: Cross disaster stations or hospitals save the lumber. Store in a I, Be alert to prevent fires. neer, GS-11 at the Naval Station -

ing volume is based on the au i for persons injured dur- handy place for future use. Lowered water pressure makes Key West; painter (aircraft
thor's philosophy that lonelinesscan I ing the storm 'f. Unless you are qualifiedto fire-fighting difficult after and insignia), $ZOt per hour, at

be changed from a liability to I %. Don't touch loose or render valuable emergency storms. MCAS, Cherry Point, N.C.; and
a creative force. quarterman (commissary and
I laundry), $5516 per annum, US.
World Of Night: The scientific

background will delight the natu Over 200 Take Naval Employment Home Philadelphia.information
ralist without minimizing the en- I per-
sonnel officer GS-11, employ
chantment for those who have
PO 3 Exams ment information, supervisory
about "noises in the ;
administrative assistant, GS-9,
night" Here are the nocturnal

activities of animals, birds, insects PO 2 PO 1 Next visory employment fiscal accounting information assistant, Super,
and fishes in the jungle, the ,
GS-7, at the Naval Station, Green
desert, the seashore and even in Ninety-two non-rated enlisted Cove Springs.
the city! One need never feel F
1 personnel of NAS Jacksonville, ORDNANCE ENGINEER, GS
alone after having enjoyed this "
volume. Swift In The Night: Simi and 112 NATTCcntcr airmen and 11, Office of the Assistant Inspec

lar material, somewhat less sci seamen, took their examinationsfor tor of Naval Material, Germantown

entifically presented. petty officer. third class in Pa., in Philadelphia, appli-
cations to, be filed not later than
Grass Root Jungles: This one their rating specialties on Tues-
nt2th Oct. 1; training officer (general'
for daylight jaunts. A magnifyingglass
day.A fields), GS-13, on Staff, Comman.
is a prerequisite if you high percentage of both
*' der, U.S. Naval Forces, Marianas
would emulate the author's fascinating groups are expected to pass the
a t (Guam), application to be filed
experiences. Add a cam- tests successfully.
4 a not later than Aug. 31.
era to keep your own beautiful Next Tuesday examinations for From Ninth Naval District

record of the "jungle life" it is petty officer second class, will beheld I Headquarters, Great Lakes, 111,

quite possible to find. even in your at both Mainsidc and NATT-I. job vacancies listed, with filing

own backyard. Center, and on Tuesday, Aug. 28, dates not later than Aug. 31, include *
Green Mansions: Romance of a candidates for petty officer first : I

young naturalist and the beautiful class of the two commands will Architect Engineers, GS-9 and \

mysterious bird-girl he en- uu take their exams. GS-7; Architects (general) GS-9
counters in a South American EM INSPECTS Tommie Gross, ADI, upon retiring last and GS-7; Civil Engineers GS-11
jungle. Galsworthy has called it week after 20 years' service was given the honor of inspecting and GS-9; Construction Manage
ranks. Greta with FawtuLant Detachment Two
personnel since
"as passionate a- love of all beauti Jan. 1955, was leading first class petty officer of the nail He enlisted WO's ment Engineer (General), GS-9;
ful things as ever was in the in the Nary in 1936. Seeking Construction Superintendent, GS-

heart of man." A classic advto- I New MembersThe I 9; Contract Specialist, GS-9; Electrical -

ture story no one should miss. Defense Medicare Engineers, GS-11; Electronics -
The Compleat Antler: Another Program recently organized Warrant Engineer, GS-11; Engi

classic! Isaak Walton, the most Officer Group, composed at pres- neering Draftsman, GS-5; Main
famous fisherman in English lit ent of 120 warrant officers in the tenance Engineers CS-ll and GS-
erature shares his humor, philosophy Under Study By DoctorsWith Jacksonville area and Green Cove I 9; Mechanical Engineers GS-11

and enormous information in Springs are actively seeking new. and GS-9; and Sanitary Engineer,
the leisurely style of a friendly Pentagon officials ready to launch the new dependent I members in order to make it 100 I GS-11.
medicare law next Dec. 2, a basic operating program has been presented -
chat A "must" for the fishermanand per cent effective. ALL TilE ABOVE are with Dis-
to the nation's physicians. :
a delight for anyone. AU warrant officers interested trict Public Works, Great Lakes,
naming Hunt: A vivid accountof To operate the revolutionary office and X-ray or lab tests I in affiliating with the Group are 111.

a scientist's adventures in the medicare program efficiently, the I taken in clinics. invited to contact R. G. Long, One contract assistant, GS-7, at
Bahamas. In addition to the ex- service must depend on the support -
Care in civilian hospitals includes -I chairman extension 319, NAS the Electronic Supply Office,
citement of the search for the of,civilian doctors the American -I Jacksonville. Great Lakes; Administrative Officer *

great birds there is a fund of Information Medical Association was told semi-private room up to Serving as co-chairmen with CS-ll, and Shorthand Re-
concerning other forms by Defense Department officials 365 days for each admission, including -
porter GS-7 Great Lakes
Long, are G. C. Hall, extension HQ, ;
of life in and around the islands. Tentative plans ready for
I I surgical care, complete 501, representing NAS Jacksonville Supervisory Research Technician
American Heritage. August, Armed Forces inspection and, obstetrical'and maternity service and squadrons based here (Serology) and Supervisory Research
m And if think it's timeto comment choice of militaryor
: you cover
I (prenatal and postnatal), but not and at NAS Cecil Field; M. S. Technician (Virus), both
come indoors, we suggest the I civilian care, admission procedures Nance, extension 8589, representing GS-7, at Naval Medical Research
new issue of this beautiful precise of care and special duty nurse. Private nursing -!
maga- : scope the Naval Air Technical Unit, Great Lakes; Personnel Officer .
zine. other items touched probably will be paid, in part:
merely upon :
Training Center; and R. IL Cas- GS-12, and Training Officer
at least, by the patient. I
in the law.
new I sidy, extension 439, representingthe GS-7, Naval Supply Depot,
ne The big innovation is civilian I Other extras a patient in a civilian -I, Green Cove Springs naval ac- CIRD, Bldg.. *43. Great Lakes;

Up hospital( coverage for dependents.: 'hospital can expect to pay i tivities. Any of these may be con- Librarian, CS-7, Naval Training
"Semi-private" accommodationsin I for include payment of doctor fees tacted for information. Ccjiler, Great Lakes.

LADDERWith a civilian hospital which the I for home and office care before Social Worker, GS-7, Naval

law authorizes, is expected to be I I hospitalization for medical and Congress may make a man an Hospital, Great Lakes; and Auto
CiviliansWeekly interpreted as a two- threeor surgical conditions; fees for pre- officer, but only that man can motive Transportation Specialist,
( ] the Jos Air News ,in four-bed room. natal visits to a doctor other than make himself a, gentleman. So it GS-11, Engineering Draftsman

cooperation with the Industrial STATE MEDICAL societies the one making delivery and is with any man or woman ap- (General), GS-7, and Supervisory
Relations Dill list when part of the hospital confine- pointed to of leader-
Department have passed Defense plans to the a position Military Personnel Assistant, GS
various' promotions for Naval Air grass roots, since the program ment has been in a private room. ship. 9, CO, NAS Glenview, PI.

personnel.) sights treatment of military kin at Further information may be
ADVANCED at Public Works hospitals in cities and towns I obtained from the Industrial Relations .

Department were Napoleon Sellers throughout the country. Officials Officer, Building 907.
plumber third step to planner .
report a "general feeling! of sup e
and estimator (plumber) first port and sympathy" for the pro- Contracts
Given For
step; and Rudolph Howard, carpenter gram among the medical men.
third step to joiner third
DEFENSE FORESEES a reduction Plastic Whaleboats

step.Promoted at Supply Depart- of heavy in-patient loads The Navy announced recently

ment were Howard Crews, warehouseman from military to nearby civilian ,r ,; ltko that a contract for 28 plastic
third step to stockman hospitals, especially in obstetricalcases. motor whaleboats has been

second step; Shirley Beach, card No out-patient service in awarded to a boat building company *
punch operator GS-2 to card civilian hospitals is provided at in California for a fixed

punch operator GS-3; Edna Wana- present but later could include price of $273,023.49.

maker, property and supply clerk surgery performed in a doctor's i It Is believed that the plastic

GS-3 to printing and publicationsclerk I whaleboat, which will be 26 feet
(typing) GS-4; and Robert Group were Elizabeth Landman, long is superior to the wooden

Murphy, property and supply typist GS-2 medical department to % qN 4wY f I type in several ways. Deterioration

clerk GS-3 to warehouseman first mail and file clerk GS-3 opera- ....... ... .... I from weather is practically
I tions department; and Irene NAVY'S SPEED TRAINER This is the first flight photo of eliminated by the use of plastic,
step.Advanced Iq Fiscal Departmentwas I Watts, property and supply clerk the Navy's new Grumman F9F-ST Cougar fighter-trainer. A navy and the material is highly resistant *
GS2 GS-2 Department to time contract to build more than 100 of the two-seat planes has been to addi
Viola Ayers, clerk-typist : Supply fungus decay. In
awarded to Grumman. Armed- with two 20mm cannons, the F9F-8T
: to clerk-typist GS-3. I and leave clerk GS-3 Fiscal De- will be used by the Navy both as an operational fighter and jet tion to these advantages, repairs
Promoted in the Miscellaneous partment. trainer. will be easy to make.

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS : 1956

:" L VA Clarifies Changes Under "Benefits Act" O -

\ -
t 't'It First of a Two-part Series I affected by the demnity compensation of the new
is not
deceased servicemen.Also
r I The Veterans Administra- terminated when the new new act, the VA said. law and only will receive which VA is SALTY HUMOR FROM
' death compensation, ,
; lion has clarified the changes act becomes effective will be the Another GI insurance provision
I in the GI insurance and Indemnity right to apply for the five-year which ends the first of next yearis lower in many cases. HER AND THERE

\t programs made by term non-convertible GI insur- that permitting the waiver of Servicemen who wish to pro- 'There are two

I the Survivor Benefits Act now ance policy now available to eli- certain premiums for policy hold- vide their dependents with full sir, with four volunteers MAA's" outside .

J Public Law 881. gible post-Korea veterans and ers who are in active service. benefits may cancel their waiver "What are the

On Jan. 1, 1957, the automatic six-months enlistees within 120 All such tn-service waivers In prior to May I, 1957 and continue here?" MAA's doing

Indemnity against death in active days after their discharge. effect Dec. 31, 1956 may be con- their Insurance in full force there- "Dragging the
service or within 120 days after However, the VA will accept tinued but the act restricts the after by paying premiums. sir"

separation (sometimes called the applications, accompanied by the I other non-insurance benefits that and
Instructions proper proce- The baldheaded
I "$10,000 free insurance") ends under proper premium, for this coverage ,dependents of deceased policy these waivers gentleman sat
1 dures for in a drug store in
the receive after May Rockefeller
I new law. until Dec. 31, 1956. holders may members of the
will be furnished Center, drinking a soda. A
This will be The special non-participating 1957.
present protection each of the serv-
Forces by sat
will not be Armed girl down beside
replaced by a liberalized plan of term or permanent plan insurance; These dependents (AFPS) him.
entitled to the dependency and in- ices. "Hello, she purred. "I
death benefits for dependents of I for those with service-connected dreamt
about you last night. I dreamt we

17 Graduated r t You May Buy 'were in Central Park in the

moonlight, and you held me in

Home Under FHA your arms and kissed me."

fromEngineering The pulse of the baldheackd

gentleman jumped several hundred

Class at 0 & RA In-Service LoansServicemen I?" he beats.asked"You're eagerly.sure it'a-

to buy
class of 17, graduated in En- planning
homes are advised to investi- glamorous lass studied him
gineering Performance Standardsat "I can't be "
benefits she in-
gate the numerous
the Overhaul and Repair De-
provided under the FHA in- sisted. "The man in the dream
partment, NAS Jacksonville, re-
had the same clothes ,
service loan plan. wearing :
ceived certificates last Thursday
the same physique, the
from Capt. T. D. Tyra, O & R The FHA-insured mortgage same
tone of voice.
officer. plan offers two advantages to

\ active duty personnel, where- The baldheaded chap ]leaned
This was the fourth class to be
graduated since the was by the military service pays closer. "Is there anything I cando
program FHA insurance ," he inquired
inaugurated in Oct., 1951. the mortgage anxiously, "to
premium, and more favorable show my appreciation of your
terms of repayment on theserviceman's beautiful dream?"
instruction from W. L. Lewis, of
loan.It "Yes indeed cried
the gill
the Methods and Standards Divi-
is also possible on occa- "After taking a good look at
sion, over a period of 27 weeks.
Now advanced to a classified sion for a serviceman stationed in the daylight, will you do me a

civil service rating of Production overseas to obtain a certifi- favor and please stay the heck

Methods cate of eligibility from his out of Central ParK."
and Standards Special
commanding officer and sendit *
ists, GS-7, they are engaged in
making time studies, analyzing -- -- ..i ,b.. .p stbA v Raosi3.otr.doowt-,,_........... home to his wife with a A farmer, noticing the hired

production methods and improv- EPS GRADUATES The fourth class graduated In engineering power of attorney enablingher man with a lantern, asked whue

ing production techniques. performance standards since the program was inaugurated In to purchase a home in his he was going.

1951 received certificates last week, presented by Capt. T. D. Tyra, name under the FHA pro- "CourtinV"Courtin'
SINCE THE introduction of the Overhaul and Repair Officer. First row, (left to right) James D.:
? With lantern? I
studies, there has been a marked Brown; C. B. Adams; Harold Cruz: Russell W. Leonard; and a
increase in efficiency of produc- Thomas W. Rowan. Second row (left to right) Jacob M. Deel; 4 never took one when I was \
Howard A. Scott; W. E. Chadwick; Capt. Tyra; John J. Leverence; courtin'."
tion operations at decreased costs, and A. S. Taylor. Third row (left to right) Howard II. Thompson; + BREEZESJunkman + "Yeah-and look what you got"'

Captain Tyra said. The success of J. W. Dollar; W. L. Lewis, Instructor of the class; James J. Middle- : "Any old clothes, .
the program has prompted con ton; E. J. Brozek; and E. L. Lindsey. Not present were II. B. Moyer "
sideration of a similar plan in and K. E. Starling.Toyland. any old rags? A Harvard man was drafted m

the Supply and Public Works Chief: "Of course not. This is the Navy as a seaman. He had

Departments.The a chief's barracks." been in service only a short time

Will Open Junkman: "Any old bottles?" when his officer posted a noticeon
O & R graduates were J. *
the bulletin board. The man
,W. Dollar, E. J. Brozek, C. B.
Seaman: "Sir, I'd like to havea read it and sniffed.
Adams, E. L. Lindsey, A. S. Tay- 3n 31st leave."
August Within earshot of the officer
'lor, Thomas N. Rowan, Harold
Division Officer: "Sorry sailor, he said, "It is pretty hard to take
II. Thompson, James D. Brown,
Howard A. Scott, Russell W. Toyland will open Friday, Aug. 31, on the second deck of the but we can't" let any more have orders from a man who knows no

Leonard, James J. Middleton, W. Country Store with a much wider choice of items than ever before, leaves now. better than'to end a sentence witha
according to Gordon Marchus Seaman: "But sir, I just haveto preposition."
|IE. Chadwick, John L. Leverence,, merchandise manager of the Navy
Exchange. have a leave to see my wife.. The following day the bulletin
Jacob M. Deel, H. B. Moyer and
I K. E. Starling A much earlier delivery of toys I Division Officer: "See here board carried another notice.

has been made possible by the hidden for the purchaser until sailor, do you put your wife 'There is in this squadron a certain -

I foresight of Exchange officials, Christmastime." he[ aaid. More ahead of your country?" I amount of insubordinationup

New Adm. OfficerAt it has been pointed out warehouse space'for the toys had Seaman: "But sir, there are 11 with which I will not put."
million men taking care of the
Lt. C. C. Madeira, Navy Ex- to be acquired also. "
NATTCcnicr country. watched
change Officer, and Mr. Marchus, "We are opening two weeks A Kentucky hillbilly

Lcdr. William Hines, succeeded attended the toy fair held in New earlier than his mother cooking victuals.
did last- "
we Littlefield "This
year : steak is "Better move a mite, maw, he
Comdr. Fred Woodward this weekas York City last February. They Marchus added "to
make it
more tougher than shoe leather. live
lIQw said. "You be standing on a
spent ten days choosing and
Administrative Officer of
convenient for
parents to budget about taking it back and givingme coal."
NATTCenter. ing toys for all age groups. For their toy buying. You know "
there something else? .
"That ? said maw: t
so, son
example there dolls and
Comdr. Woodward has been ac-
I assigned -
are only eight
military paydays Waitress: "Sorry, I can't takeit !"Which foot?"
cessories and
to Airborne Early Warn- housekeeping toys until Christmas'! back, you've bent it." .
I ing Squadron 16 at Barber's Point,I for girls, pre-school toys for the --
Honolulu. smaller children, and craft, art Father: "Well, son how are
Lcdr. Hines formerly was attached and educational items for all age your marks at school.
to VJ-62 photo reconnais- groups. Son: "Under water.
I Father "What do man,
sance detachment, in Europe. There are electric trains, bicy- : you

cles, scooters and other toys with fI under water?"

Wave Officer toDeliver wheels in a wide range. All kindsof 8 t <: Son, : "Below.C-lcvel.. "

and metal and
Address games plastic
toys will be for sale. A completeline New Personnel Officer
Ltjg( ) Mary Anderson, education -
sporting goods for the ath-

and information officer at letic minded child and lots of Al NATTCcnicr ,

the Naval Air Technical Train- books for the studious minded Comdr.'Jaquelin Davison, has

ing Center, will address the Jack- d: t .... ..., v. Per-
ones. assumed duties as Military
sonville Beach Lions Club tonightat
"The volume of toys stocked sonnel Officer of NATTCenter,

1930. this year is greater by 50 percent succeeding Comdr. Samuel La-
The occasion is "ladies' night,
than those we had last year." Mr. 'e.g r g .
and Miss Anderson will speak on nier.A
Marchus said. "We've already native of Atlanta, Comdr.
"Air Waves, telling of the work > '
found the space to keep the toys Davison is a veteran of World
k performed by Waves in the Navy
in the
War II where he took part

fl. and effort the by part the Training contributed* Center.to this -106 EnsignsIn --- 4 \r; ; r; .: and invasions Salerno of 'North as a destroyer Africa, Sicily officer -

t "Mother," said the little girl, AGO Class .
lIe won his wings in June, 1943,
"shall I run and mail this letter? .

I The fond mother looked out at Newly commissioned N a v y ---n_, ,_;_.__...w-: ..., ,_' and participated in the Korean In

f the torrents of rain falling and ensigns-106 strong have begun NEW WARRANT OFFICER Campaign, earning four stars. '

said, "Gracious no, dear, it's not the new class at Aviation Ground ward BIshop, acting/ commanding officer- Congratulated of the br Comdr. Ed- 1951-53 he was stationed at Sau-

t:' a fit day out for man or beast. Officers School. The eightweekcourse Training Center, b Eugene Harold lJe1veston, Naval Whose Air Technical fley Field, Pensacola.
1 letterout. the first class since June Warrant Officer (Radio Electrician), promotion to Comdr. Lanier has been assigned -
Let father take the wu .UwCefi this
CWO Helveston Is week-
.70ur an Diego,
will be completed in October, to VAH-Six at San
School at the training center .niVnaUve of TanJaT113 System Calif



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16 August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

.Increased ....,......, '..'.' .. .
Safely { ,

I 0
By Self-Help Plan I

Safety has evolved'' by self- J I

criticism at NATTCenter where, ,

for the last four years, Secretaryof

the Navy Awards for Safety A n yo

have been received. *

Paralleling safety precautionsIn 1 a. is pert :fa ,

the schools themselves, an extracurricular -
The Office of Armed Forces Information
program of safety
and Education and the
responsibilities has been devel
.. State governments have combined '

oped. in an effort to help servicemen, 1.
From each school or group at Federal employes and their dependents

the Training Center ideas were who will be absent from

sought whereby better or Improved ''ir--- their states to vote in November's

safety precautions couldbe election.To .
studied and carried out.
guide in state'sparticular
Spero Tassopoulos is the safety your
engineer at the Training Center. absentee voting laws,
AFPS has prepared a three-part

voting series. This article Is the

sixth in a series dealing with reg-
O&R Security Force
1 istering to vote by absentee bal

Observes BirthdayThe lot. ',
Security Force, Overhauland
.. Registration must be accomplished
Repair Department cele-
once every four years by
brates its first anniversary this SAFETY School and division representatives at the Naval Air Technical Training Center rather every person except in parishesof
month.A for their monthly meeting to solve safety problems as they arise at the center. Left to right are CWO
Alfred Hughes, NavAirWeaps; Elton Weaver, BM1, AGO; Capt. J. B. Tyler, AN-P; Spero Tassopoulos, more than 100,000 which have
year ago, on Aug. 29, the safety engineer; Edith Thedick, secretary; Lcdr. Benjamin Colkltt, passive defense officer; Comdr. F. permanent registration. Registration -
unit was established on Navy Department Horace director of training; Lcdr. William Hints, Administration; CWO John Matluk, AE; CWO may be accomplished only
order as a replacementfor Adams, AO; S/Sgt. Walter Clover, MarAvDet; T/Sgt Kenneth Hendrickson, MarAvDet; and by appearing in person at the
Pfe L. A. Nader
the Naval enlisted security Commissary. office of the Registrar of Voters,

force that had been performingthis George Mikolay parish of residence, at any time

service. Now composed entirely Honor Student EM's With Good Records May up to Oct. 'I.NEW.
of war veterans, on a clas- MEXICO '

sified status in civil service, the George Mikolay, AEAN, was Registration is permanent un

unit is composed of more than 40 the honor student in last week's Apply For Oversea Duties less a voter changed his residence
graduating class from AviationElectrician's
guards headed by Arthur Brown, or failed to vote in the last two
O & R security chief. Mate School Class A,
: at NATTCenter. Navy enlisted personnel, who have an excellent record, and who general elections. i
Comdr, B. T Ayers is the present are within six months of completing their present sea or shore duty, Any absent person may apply !
officer-in-charge of the security Mikolay, of Pittsburg, has been may apply for special overseas assignments with naval missions, for registration at any time by ,;
assigned to HATRON VAII-3 naval attache offices, military assistance advisory groups, joint staffs absentee
force. NAS, Jacksonville, for duty. and Supreme Headquarters Allied Power Europe. process. Request a "Reg- \
I Affidavit" from the
The guards wear uniforms simi- Shipboard personnel must have B21223)) via the commanding offi County Clerk, county of resi-

lar to those of Station guards, but USAFI Algebra completed one year on currentsea cer. Each application will be dence. It should be returned be
serve only in the O&R: area. before .
Operating around the clock in Courses Available acknowledged, either by placingapplicant's fore Oct. 7, however, to vote this
APPLICANTS must haveat names on an eligibility .
three 8-hour watches, they per- Enrollment is now being taken least 30 months obligated ser list or notifying them of other year.A

form many duties in addition .to by the NATTCenter Educationand vice remaining, or agree to, extend disposition of their request. "Registration serviceman Information may execute a
maintaining the overall securityof Information Office for US- Form"and
their enlistment for the required NAMES WILL BE removed
the large O&R Department. AFI Algebra] Courses to be heldat ] service. Language qualifications from the eligibility list if not in it designate any qualified
voter of the State
to register him
Among these duties are the supervision the Central Grammer Schoolin are desirable but not man selected within one year of date
by proxy in the county of his
of 0 & R parking lots; Jacksonville beginning Sept. 10. datory. Length of the overseas of placement. No official notification
These forms be
the control of traffic; and stand- tours are two years, and may be of removal will be made, obtained from the County may Clerk

ing fire watches at hazardous Chief to painter (in next extended provided a request is but those so removed may re- by the serviceman or the

welding or burning operations. room): "Are you working? I don't made at least eight months in ad. apply for overseas duty. registrant In his behalf.prospective

They also investigate fires and accidents hear anything." vance. Complete details on the special j

involving O&R: equip- Painter: "Do you think I'm Applications for the special overseas assignment program, SOUTII CAROLINA ]

ment and personnel. putting It on with a hammer?" overseas duty are to be submittedto open to enlisted men and to Members of the Armed Forces,

Chief of Naval Personnel (Pers women in Italy, France and civilian employes serving with
Japan, are outlined In BuPers the Armed Forces overseas and
Pacific Typhoon 'Expert'Joins
Instruction I306.6B.Talent their dependents may apply for
.. __ .$ absentee registration by request-

'Cane HuntersEarly .,: ) '. : ing a "Registration Card" from

Warning Squadron Four is girding itself for the annual ".," ....".". .a Contest the Board of Registration, countyof

hurricane hunt. But this year the squadron will have the help of a :>.:*ff :, ,,t't. :I' '" ,,:., : residence, at any time.

; veteran typhoon hunter just in from the Pacific! """j.'<:"jf' ''';' Winners To All others must register In per

Lt (jg) Vernon A. Nordaune, JJ ; son at the Board of Registration,
i a Navy aerologist formerly with for the local "hurricane hunter" : 1 r Hit The Road'Navy county of residence, once every

i! VW-3, confirms the general opin- squadron just to "see what it's d 10 years.

I lion that typhoons are rougher ,like." He will be doing primarilythe : t ,Yl" talent contest winners Anyone who registered after

1 than hurricanes, but, he adds, same work he did while in "' will "hit the road" via air- i Jan. 1, 1948, is registered for this

'hurricanes cause much more the Pacific. a3'r waves in a twin-engine Navy election. The registration booksare

monetary damage," principally During an actual penetrationhis ::1 plane after the All-Navy finals closed from Oct. 7 through

: because property is not so valua- job will be to compute data tomorrow at the St. Al- election day.

'ble in the Pacific as along the accumulated by instruments and bans Naval Hospital, New

Atlantic and Gulf coasts. direct observation. To do this the ;i, ,: :, York. DELAWAREEveryone

"IN THE PACIFIC, typhoons pilot must maneuver his planeto j Among-those trying out for without exception,
must register to vote this
usually hit the Philippines, Japan, a scant 500 feet above the r .;, the top 14 places are two local year.
Members of the Armed
I'the coast of Red China and occasionally water and in many instances 4APPS performers, Emmett Rodifer, Forces
and civilian
Guam. Houses there lower in order to estimate the AN, of VFP-62, and Dick Mc- employes serving
with the Armed
are made of paper or some flimsy velocity of the wind by notingits i' Meekin, YN1, of the Jax Re- Forces outside
the state do
not have
.material and have no real value." effect on the water below. cruiting..Station. to registerin
considerable The finalists slated advance, however. They are
Another reason for the '' ', are to
ALMOST TilE ENTIRE navigation registered when the
I damage caused by typhoons ;,;JI "''P" '"I" j';; put on one-night stands in behalf "Absentee
of a hurricane flight dependson ,..,( ; of Registration Affidavit" that accompanies -
t, Nordaune says, is that -. ), '' ,' Navy Recruiting following -
to : ,
the aerologist's ability I ; ;: their absentee ballot'sis
warnings are sent in English and their appearance on the
winds correctly. Using a accepted election
judge by officials.
so are not understood by many Ed Sullivan Show 4ug. 26. The
radar altimeter double check,
as a
,Japanese fishermen. "Or else they nation-wide tour will extend ILLINOIS
pay no attention to them." Whether he informs the pilot of any lower $il.: through the end of September. Registration is permanent un

Red China takes advantage of pressures which might give false ,... ". ,., Accompanied by a G-piece less a person failed to vote at
Because theplane's ;;
altimeter readings. I ,
the warnings is not known. combo from the U.S. Navy least once during the past four
MOST OF HIS WORK with the course and heading, and Band, the All-Navy talent unit years.

Guam-based squadron was taking the direction and velocity of the iIJ/! will hit Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Members of the Armed Forces

night radar fixes. Athough relatively winds near the eye of the storm, Bethlehem, Pa., Philadelphia, may vote without registering.All .
best change so rapidly, "the only thing Pa., Springfield, Mass., and
new, radar offers the other personS must registerIn
the navigator has to rely on is ,
Providence R.I.
results when used on well-devel- ., 0>> on a one-a- person before the City Election
dead reckoning. ti
oped storms which have well-de- ,day schedule through August. Commissioner or the County

fined precipitation areas, parti- Nordaune completed an ex OUTDOOR GIRL Diane They will also put on 29 Clerk of the county of residence

cularly at night when high and tensive course in aerological en Brewster looks ready for some performances in September on before Oct. 9.
low penetration and circumnavi- gineering at the Navy's Post Grad Indoor acting in her toreador the same basis, in Maine,

gation are sometimes impractical. uate School in Monterey, Calif., pants and sweater, but she's Michigan, Kentucky, West Virginia olina, Illinois, Texas, New

Having been jostled in and out and is well-versed in the idiosyncrasies an currently out-door appearing series titled on "Chey-TV In Tennessee, Arkansas, Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Washington

of typhoons for the past 18 of the unpredictable hurri- enne," on "Warner llros. Pre- Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Flor- California, Arizona and
months Nordaune volunteered cane. sents." ida (Jacksonville), North Car- Missouri.




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. All-Navy Eastern Golf Highlights n* AH-Navy Eastern Golf Photo No. 2 shows lax Navy's Big Bill Scarbrouth holing out- with. the final putt to

Championships played last week at NAS lax was Quite a success-and more *f a give him the open division championship. In No. 3 Capt. William S. Harris, commanding
success since the only Jax entry, Big BUI Scarc-rougfe, captured the coveted open officer of NAS Jar, presents the championship trophy to Scarbretich;
division title Photo No. 1 stows members of Uvrnament committee checking: fads winners, runners-up and third placers receive their trophies from Capt. Harris in
and data prior to teeoff time last Monday. Standing left to right are Comdr. D. J. photo No. I. Monday's banquet, photo No. 5, "was a big treat for participants and
Hardy, tournament director; Capt. Porter JJedclU former NAS lax executive: officer guests Vice Adm. Charles Mason, first commanding officer of NAS Jax delivers
and senior division entry; Lcdr. Jay Atue, metal cervices officer; Bod Flnney, member the principal address, photo No. S. Admiral Mason now retired and mayor of
of the rules committee; and Lcdr. F. It. Flynn, banquet commtt 'elllaa. Seated I rcmkcola! poke on tradition said p4rtt in morts. At his sight is Rear Adm. G. C.
are Oomdr. J. E. Westmoreland (retired), scorer; and G. R. Fry. ADC starter. Crawford Commandant Sixth NaTal District, one of the main speaker

Jax Archers Scarbrough Cops AllNavyEastern Freelancers Host i 12 Golf Teams In

Prompt Match At Sunday Meet\ Mainside League

With GolfersBill Links Laruels"Big The Freelancers, will host the Units still wishing to partici-
Cecil Field Bowhunters and the
Weatherbys Jax NaryFreelance :pate in the forth-coming Main-
archers are seeking Bill" Scarbrough Aviation Ordnance Chief, is defi- Jacksonville Bowhunters in a '
new worlds to conquer and nitely back in the awing again following his triumph in the three-way meet on the Naval Air side intramural golf league are

often have eyed the NAS golf All-Navy Eastern Golf Championships held at NAS Jackson- Technical Training Center's range j urged to submit their entry to

course which adjoins their own ville, Aug. 6-9. Sunday with morning-and after- NAS Special Services department

range at the Naval Air Technical The tall Jar linkster, who is noon matches. prior to 1600. Aug. 17, which is
Training Center. attached to staff of CommanderFleet I bridge, Md, finished far ahead of : Sunday morning beginning at the deadline on all league en-

Now, through Weatherbyand Air Wing Eleven at NAS the pack in the women's division .0930, a Wescott Round will be tries.
Paul Underwood, vice- Jacksonville, barely made the with an aggregate of 276 54 shot and in the afternoon, starting -
president of the Freelancers, Sixth Naval District team after a strokes better than her closest rivaL -I at 1230 the broadhcad round Twelve teams have already

a challenge has been issued to playoff for fifth place in the 6ND !will be featured. signed up for action in the one

Navy nd Marine Corps golfers meet. But in the Eastern, it was a Following the conclusion of Last Sunday the Freelance round golf league which will begin -

for an archery-golf match! different story. It was Scarbroughall play, trophies were presented to I.fletchers: took top honors in the play around Aug. 27.

At any rate the archers say, the way. the top three participants in.each St Johns (Cecil Field) shoots. Units represented are: FaeTu-

the gauntlet has been flung, SCARBROUCn "won the open division by Capt. William S. Harris Dick Stengrim, Bill Weatherbyand Lant; VAH-One; Administration;
the cheek slapped and the die division of the Eastern with a 289 commanding officer of NAS Lester Sain of the Freelancers Fasron-109; Fleet Air Wing-11;

cast. aggregate, posting scores of 70, 74<<, Jacksonville finished top three in the instinctive VPF-62; ComFairJax; Nartu;
It's now up to the golfers to 73, and 72, one over par for the 72 RESULTS: handicap for men. Fasron-Six; Supply Fiscal; Oper-
accept the challenge holes. Open Division (72 Holes): ations; and Hospital.
In the women's event Ernestine
The smooth-swinging Jax star, L William C Scarbrough, AOC, Stone of Jacksonville Bowhuntersand The Naval Hospital will be the
who calls Memphis, TeniL, home ComSix (NAS Jacksonville: )-289. Brady Ebersole of Cecil Field defending champion when the

NavAirWcapsPair was 13 strokes ahead of the field. 2. Ensign Bethel Ingram Com were the leaders. golf competition gets under way.
Ensign Bethel Ingram of NAS Six Pcnsacola
( )-302. Open Division honors went to
WinsTennis Pensacola, representing ComSix,
3. Lt George Aggas ComSix
F. Railsback
and C. W. Brown of
posted a 302 for second place. Lt (NAS Pensacola)-304. the Freelancers J. M. Lackeyof TelleR (My Entrant
I George Aggas, also of Pensacola., 4. Earvin Scott,, EMI CincLant- Cecil Field.
Candland and Cy War- finished third with a 301<<, followedby Fleet (Minecraft Base Charles In MaralbdH SwimCpL
Earvin Scott R. Baker of Cecil Field coppedthe
EMI of Mine-
den of Naval Air \011)-306.
Weapons System -
Totten of Aviation
School won the NATTCcn- craft Base, Charleston., S.C, representing 5. Lcdr. Anthony Greco Com I junior division. Storekeeper Roy School, is the lone
tcr tennis title by sweeping aU CincLant Fleet, with a One (NAS Quonset PO-310.
entry thus far in the Jackson-
306, and Lcdr. Anthony Greco I 3. Virginia Pitts, YN1, PRNC
18 games in the season just com Senior Division (54 Holes): ville Beach annual marathon
NAS I (Rec Sta. D.C.-u6.
pleted. A few playoff matches Quonset Pt. representing 1. Comdr. H. M. Sias ComFive swim scheduled for Sat-
ComOne, with a 310. Greco won I 4. Lt. Helen Brown, PRNC, race
which I (5th C.G.
I will not affect the leaders District. Norfolk) 229. urday Aug. 25.The .
i remain. the fifth position in a playoff with I 2. Comdr. W. IL Swinson Cinei i (USNH Bethesda353. a threeandahalfmile
I I TENNIS I Jennings Carnet, ALC, NAS Floyd LantFleet (NAS Sanford).-249. I 5. Ltg] ) Elinor Brannak, PR- affair from the Coast
win lost I Bennett Field, N.Y. 3. Joe Langley, BM1, USS Bowers ., NC (USNH Bethesda)-373.i .
i NavMrWeut 18 0 I tower at Jax Beach to
SupS 11nters 13 5 COMDR. If. M. SIAS of the! .
-250. ; --i 4.r. -
the pier at Atlantic
AUrAtliet 11 7 Beach annually -
AK School 4 8 Fifth Coast Guard District, Norfolk -: 4. Comdr. C. IL Dutcher, Com Husband: The hank has returned attracts a large field of
.Ainnan School 3 6 representing ComFive, had Six (NAS Pensacola "
)-250. our check. swimmers from Florida and
the senior division field all to 5. Capt. Porter Bedell, Corn- Wife: "Oh, goody, what will Georgia.
"Let us have faith that right himself as he tallied a 229 for top Eight (Albuquerque, N.M,)-254.. we buy with it this timer"What's .
makes might; and in that faith let: honors. Comdr. Walter H. Swin- Women's Division (54 Holes): *

us (o the end dare to do our duty' son, of NAS Sanford, representing 1. Estelle St. Clair, PN2, Com that book?" Prunella: Tell me, my hand

/V as we understand it" CincLantFleet, was second high Five, (USNTC Bainbridge, Md.) "What Twenty Million Women some sailor, how did you learnto
w senior man with a 249. 278. Want. kiss so divinely?"

I,. Waves now serve in 25 of the Estelle St. Clair, PN2, of Com 2. Rose Fedus, SKC, ComFive, "Yeah Let's see if they spelledmy Sailor "Tm the guy who
:: Navy's 61 general service ratings. Five, stationed at USNTC Bain. (USNTC Bainbridge)-330. name correctly" blows the bu 1e."


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August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven _

Fliers' Ron Syme VFP-62 Crabs Lead In.

Hurls Ho-Hitter; ;

6ND Meet Next Mainside Trophy Race E

Jax Navy Fliers play the sec- }
of Aided by championships in swimming, plus runner-up positionsin
ond half a two-game series
softball and basketball. Light Photographic Squadron 62 tucked
with Savannah Project
away the 1956 spring leg of Mainside's Iron Man Trophy.
tonight (Thursday) at 1600 at

Mason field. The first came of the The photo squadron out distanced i by a team in the final standing of

twin bill was played yesterday the corpsman from the I each sport.

but results were not available at Naval Hospital who finished sec FINAL STANDINGS of the

press time. ond by 560 points. 'I Iron Man Trophy from January

The Navy baseballen fared UNDER MAINSIDE intramural July 1956:

well in last week's tilts, adding rules, permanent possession of I VFP-62, 3, 15; Hospital 3,055;

more victories. Taking two from the trophy can be had with any VAIM, 2J47H? VA.1'7%, 2,495;

pincastle Air Force here Friday combination of four victories in Fasron-109, 1,495; Personnel,

and Saturday the Fliers record bi-annual competition. VFP-62 is [1,805; FAW-li. l,762tt; Fasron-6, J

now stands at 35 wins 23 defeatedand presently striving for its fourth 1,440; VP-l8, 1.440; Supply, 1,330; j

two ties.FRANK r..a victory in the Iron Man Trophy VA-175 1,220; ComFairJax, 1,195;

JANKUNIS star race, having won. the last three Communications, 1,160; VP-16,
chucker for the Station team was 957%; Operations, 942H; VF-173,
legs.Attack 850 VW-4 795 VA-44 760 Over-
; ; ;
on the mound for the first tilt Squadron-One finished
haul and Repair 745 VF-171
against Pinecastle. The lefty third with ,9t'7J.2 points nosing ;
pitched three-hit ball for a 7-1 out fourth place VA-172 by 452H 700; FAETU 505; NAMTD 410;

victory. lie was aided by a seventh markers. A total of 32 units and NARTU, 400; VF-22, 330; BOQ.
190; VA-45, ISO; Dispensary. 160;
inning round-tripper by departments were represented in.
Spec. Serv., 160; Public Works
Flier rightfielder Ray Hayes. the five spring intramural sports
130 Waves minus 200
; ; VF-43
In the second half of the seriesSax's including basketball bowling minus 200; Marine Dei, minus
softball and swimming.
Ronny Syme hurled a no- 400.
hitter at the Flyboys as the Navy Points*wtre awarded to teams 4 .

took an easy ;-0 fray. "Chub" Sta- entered in the competitive sports

tor wielded the big stick for the m.o.m ...W_ .., ...._"'...,. "....."'.,_. .'_.;_ according to ((1) number of personnel Golf League
locals collecting three in participating; (2) officials
singles HEAVE 110 Over the hip goes Set. Richard SneU, of the
four trips to the plate. Naval Air Weapons System School at the Naval Air Technical contributed by individual teams Action OpensFive
THE JAX FLIERS complete Training Center when Wave Mary (Pinky) Cruder of NAS Opera- for the officiating of games; (3))
with tions towed the big Marine .IB a judo exhibition. Judo classes are furnishing of players for varsity -
their the twin bill
conducted by TSgtRichard Van Mvllea of Aviation Electrician's sports basketball and soft- matches Tuesday openedthe
against Savannah and now will Mate School three nights a week at the Naval Air Technical Train- NATTCenter intramural golf
ball and ((4)) the positions held
concentrate on priming for the approaching ing Center mess hall. league, and five more were on

Sixth Naval District tap this afternoon. (Thursday)
baseball tournament to be held at
NavAirWeapsReaching I Today's schedule: AE vs Administration \
Memphis, Tenn. during the weekof
; AK vs SupSplin-
Aug. 27.
r ters; AN-P2 vs AGO; AO vs AN-
Line score of Saturday's game: For r w Pl; NavAirWeaps vs MarAvDet.
PINECASTLE-000 000 000-02
Aug. 21: AE vs SupSplinters;
JAX NAVY 114 000 10x-9110
DeLong TrophyNaval r Administration vs AGO; AK vs
Batteries: Pinecastle;Amatanglo,
[ AN-PI; AN-P2 vs MarAvDet; i
Strange and Nelson. Jax Navy; Air Weapons System AO vs NavAirWeaps.
Syme and Slater and Schweigerii .
School, seeking its third"leg and

I permanent possession of the Captain Softballcrs Beat

MDoublesStandings Henry DeLong sports tro- Doubles Horseshoe CrackerjaxBeat Amber House 150A

phy, is leading the standings to
total of points Play CommencesTwo trio of sluggers and two-hit
date with a 4,664 ,
Eglin pitching by Jim Lazarus;of Aviation -
followed by Airman Preparatory matches yesterday (Wed- I
[, Ground Officers School, led
TightenThe School with 4,417 points. nesday), opened the NATTCen- the Jax Navy softball team to a

The :Misslcmen have captured ter intramural doubles horseshoe After 4 YearsThe ,,15-0 victory Monday night over

NATTCenter mixed dou- titles in badminton doubles, chess league when Airman School met Amber House in the opening

bles league was tightened up a and bowling. Aviation Electricians Aviation Ground Officers School, Jax Navy Crackerjax after round of the Duval County men's

little last week when both lead- ;won the softball title Marine Avi- and Naval Air Weapons opposed four years of trying succeeded last Class A championship at Lacka-

ers dropped three points. Jim and ation Detachment the swimmingtitle Aviation Electricians. weekend in beating Eglin Air wanna.

Betty Sauers losing three to Ernie Aviation Ground Officers Today two matches were on Force Base one of the strongest |I Next Monday the team travelsto

and Clare O'Neal and Al and School the badminton singles and tap. Aviation Storekeepers are to women's softball teams in the Green Cove Springs for a
Celia DePalma spilling three to Southeast. week's play in the Sixth Naval
basketball titles, and meet Support Splinters and Aviation ..
Jake and Fran Paris. storekeepers the table tennis title. Ordnancemen are pitted After dropping the first game District softball tournament.

The third-place team of Joe against Administration. 4-3 in a closely played match, the Monday Fred Dammayer, Hen-
and Not yet computed are the pointsfor
Dot Boatwright gained Crackerjax took the second encounter ryry Yazinka and Jerry Anus-
ground by taking three from the horseshoe and tennis Tomorrow Airman School opposes 86.WAVE zewskf, all hit three for three,
Claude and Yvonne Foster. Bill crowns, both won by the Missle- the Electricians and Aviation each getting a double to boot, as

and Kay Botthof took three from men. Ground Officers meet Sup- CHUCKER Carol IIoo- the team downed Amber House.

Jake and Fran Paris and Steve The trophy standings: port Splinters. ser's one-hit ball was not good Lazurus was in fine form, allow

and Jeanne Varnes took three NavAIrVVrapt Airman School 4 4.417,/Ml Each team consists of four men enough to win the game for the ing only two hits, striking out 11

from George and Alice Lancaster.Bob A(;() School 4.229 on two teams. The best two out locals in Friday's tussle as the and issuing no free passes.

and Co Dausch split with AK AE School School 3,739 3,143 of three games will determinethe girls-in-blue were unable to score Players participating were

Dan and Joan Varnes as did SupSpItntert MarMDet 3.114 1717 winners. The season ends on enough runs, despite 12 walks issued Dammayer c; Lazurus p; Bill

George and Phyllis Blessinger AO School 2.373 1435 Sept 4. by Eglin's Larkin. A total of Harpham, lb;' Jim Donoho, 2b;
with Francis and Elinor Green- Administration 13 CrackeiJax players were left Art Dornath, 3b; Frank Fosben-
stranded bases.A .
wood. on ncr, as; Yazinka, If; Anuscwski,
Best bowling of the week combination of timely hits, cf; and Lefty Allen, rf. .

Dan Varnes, a 515 series; Al De- $r good pitching and fielding turned Coach Fosbcnner has four hurl-
Palma, 505; and for the ladies, dkata I the tide in favor of the Cracker ers to take up the strain of next

Fran Paris, was high with a 502 _. jax in Saturday's afternoon game week's 6ND tournament play
series. Bob and Co Dausch had a F with the Waves winning in seven with Lazarus and Beach McDan-

Rood team game of 361, without. innings 18.DIANA iel, of NATTCenter and Bob

handicap with Bob's 210 game. diI FITZPATRICK pitcheda Hawkins and Bob Trent of Main-
I two hitter for the Waves while side.
AFPS P '' kh yf Eglin's Scott gave up five safeties. tI
Sports RoundupLatest
/ a.SVfa'' Saturday night the Crackerjaxwill BilliardsSome
candidate to report to .ct' f: be 'pitted against the Jack- I believe the game of bil-

Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., for the sonville Gator Girls home diamond ,liards started in ancient Greeceor
mOdem pentathlon trials is Capt .rte .a / A iRt Lackawanna Park. : early Egyptian days while

Brace Peters, language instructorat t: krrt* Monday Aug. 20, the Wave varsity others insist it orginated in
r ,France England In medievaltimes.
West Point. This is the first will begin play in the Sixth or

try at pentathlon for the captain, S.- Naval District softball tournament i .

who recently won the First Army : ) at Green Cove Springs. I Shakespeare must have believed -
triathlon championship. Brook : l the Egyptian tale because
lyn's sparkling shortstop Pee Wee .t U Pensacola and Memphis fail ;in Antony and Cleopatra he has
to be in the the
represented 6ND
Reese who just celebrated his 37th I a :Cleopatra saying: "Let's to Billiards -
Jax will
Navy Crackerjax prob- "
birthday, has joined baseball'scoveted ; come Charmian.
ably be awarded the championship
2,000-hit club Rutgers I
the "" ..... ------.Y.. and will be eligible for entry ber.
state university of New Jersey I. BARNYARD GOLF CHAMPS-ThtaMa> *f Naval Air Weapons in the All-Navy Eastern Women's I The Crackerjax were runners
will be coached by Navy veteran 1 School tossers won the NATTCenter team title to in
System softball tournament at New York up the 1955 All-Navy EasterWomen's
.John Stlegman in its 88th I horseshoe competition with a 34-2 record. From left to II
during the first week of Septem- softball tournaments.
grid season. I right are Frank Fetters, Den Rotter and Jim Sauers.

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|:: Junior Swimmers Out To Win

!t. More Laurels For Jax Navy M# q ,

|y: Youthful swimmers, ranging in age from eight to 12 years of

. age, sons and daughters of members of Jacksonville Navy officers,

)l' are showing well in participation in various swimming meets this

))1 summer.

, The Junior is
Olympic group Bob Foster, Joany Schroeder, Barbara -
progressing nicely, according to
I Marshall, and Ann Regan.
Dave Murray and George Carter,
instructors at the Officers' Club
divers Francis Me-
pool. The teen-age group includes
Campbell, daughter of Comdr. )
Pam Regan, Ken Mackie, Skip
and Mrs. Douglas Clark, recently
Foster, Don Verdy, Sandra Regan,
finished second in fancy diving atthe

Jacksonville Women's Swimming -

mmmm meet held Aug. 7, at the

Hendricks[ Avenue pool.

FOR RENT This young miss, a real comer infancy

2 rm. furn. apt. $50. 3873 Herschel diving, will demonstrate her ,e Rw. 'yt HJR ry w A.

St. EV 92838. Cay. ability in future fancy diving contests -

Priv. rm. Rcas. 3338 Randall St. as representative of NAS

Ev 89223. Hertzman. Jacksonville. ,

'2 bdrm. unfurn.. hse. 5219 Kings-: MARY ELLEN HARVEY and

bury Ave. EV 95798. Stephens. Roberta Lee are working out 9 [ arh f yf''. SD M"' a

4 rm. apt. Furn. 4590 Merrimac. daily for participation in the "0"Club's
I .. .. ... ,__
.._ ._ __ ...
Marsh. water show to be staged >I< : "w" """ "' '' '''- "

Furn. apt. EV 92493. Hardy. Aug. 23-24, in night performances.Bob JUNIOR SWIMMERS PARTICIPATE IN JACKSONVILLE MEETS This croup of youngstersare
2 rm. apt. 2967 Selma St. EV both awaiting their turn for practice at the NAS "0" Club pool. Left to right standing are Pam Reran,
96480. Neil. Foster and Ann Regan 12; Ken Mackie, 12; Skip Foster, 12; Don Verdy, 12; Sandra R gan, 11; Joany Schroeder, 9; and Bar- I
qualified for participation in the bara Marshall, 8. In front diving as a team are (left to right), Bob Foster and Ann Reran, 9 and 7, respectively -
4 rm. apt. Furn. $70. 3859 Herschel State Junior Olympic Swimmingmeet .

St. Clark. at Daytona Beach on Aug. 9,

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $65. 218 E. 10, and 11, and will compete to. Free InsuranceFor
Life I
Milwaukee Ave., Orange Park. morrow and Saturday in the Tal. r a

CO 4-5471. lahassee Invitation Swimmingmeet

Eff. apt. Furn. Gar. Seen after at Tallahassee" Hurt Employees

1700. EV 88317. McLeod. .

5 rm. apt. 1283 Dancy St. Federal employees who have received injuries and are receiving NOTES.The

1 bdrm. furn. apt. $50. 3664 Hed- benefits under the Federal Employees Compensation Act, will con-

rick St., Avondale. EV 8-1598 MOVIES tinue to be covered by free life insurance.
or EV 82870. Bryan. CPO Club on Saturday
4 rm. turn apt. $65. 2854 Post St. .This was assured by passage of that an employee's insurance evening from 1900 until 2400, will

EV 8-1361. Thursday, Aug. 16 an amendment to the Federal would cease 12 months after discontinuance feature a juke box dance on the

Mainside Man Ins The Gray Life InsuranceAct. of his salary patio of the club.
3 rm. furn. apt. $60. EV 74321.Cple. Employees Group pay-
Flannel Suit (drama cine.) : Gre-
to share 3 bdrm. hse. with The amendment was required ment. The patio, bar will be open
gory Peck, Jennifer Jones. Under the amended law, insurance -
middle-aged woman. $35. Wes- employee during the hours of the dance.
technically an
NATTCenter Big House
connett. EV 8-6929 (after 1600)). coverage will be continued Patrons who so desire may have
USA (drama) Broderick Crawford receiving benefits from the Bureau -
: -
at cost to the emlpoyeeas
Would like to share hse. with 2 their dinner served on the patio
working girls. $10 per wk. Ralph Meeker. of Employees Compensationis long as he is in receipt of Bureau from 1900 until 2200.
Avail. Aug. 15. 4626 Westfield Hospital Serenade (musical I no longer listed on the rolls of of Employees Compensation I
On Sunday from 1400 until
Rd. Turner. drama cine): Mario Lanza, Joan the activity where he was em- benefits, and is declared by the ,
1800, the club will feature bar-
FOR SALE Fontaine. ployed, and therefore does not receive Department of Labor as unable to I becued pheasant under class

3 bdrm. hse. Woodstock Pk., 3104 Friday, Aug. 17 salary payment. return to duty. (chicken), served on the patio,
Lowell Ave. EV 71453. Cole- Mainside Hit The' Deck Previously the law required The amendment's provisionsare buffet style.A .

man. ([color musical) : Jane Powell, retroactive through Aug. 29,
bulletin board is availablein
3 bdrm. hse. $700 dwn. Venetia Tony Martin. 1955.
the club for the convenience
Terrace. CO 4-5432. Thomson. NATTCenter Man In The
of in
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. GI equity. 7226 Gray Flannel Suit (drama cine) : (Continued from Pace 1) Retirement Benefits wanted patrons or items advertising for sale. There items is
Gregory Peck, Jennifer Jones.
Pineville Dr., Ortega Hills. VW4) reported thatas for the of this
I Squadron ( no charge use
Sternfels. Hospital Big House, USA (Continued from Page 1)
of noon Tuesday, the Navy had board.A .
Waterfront hse. St. Johns riverat (drama): Broderick Crawford,
made six aircraft reconnaissance cent for each month (two per gala Labor Day dance has

Orange Pk. $27,000. $5,000 Ralph Meeker. flights on Betsy, and that of a cent a year) he is under age 55. been scheduled for Saturday eve-

dwn. EL 34384. Benjamin. Saturday, Aug. 18 total of 88 flights flown in watch- There is no age reduction for ning, Sept. 1. Further details will

2 bdrm. hse. $600, $44 mo. 1294 Mainside Storm Fear (dra- ing that hurricane, the Navy had those who retire under the disability be announced at a later date.

Stimson St., Murray HilL EV ma) : Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace. logged up 68 of them. I provision.AN .
8-1505 (after 1800). NATTCenter Hit The Deck
Of the 87 penetrations made EMPLOYEE\ who has at any five consecutive years of
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. $55. 5248 Glen- ([color musical cine) : Jane eye five civilian service service.
into the Navy logged
wood Ave. EV 8-0121 or Ext. Powell, Tony Martin.
is before he is eli-
83. and separated There Is a new formula basedon
777. Pierotti. Hospital Man In The Gray
gible to retire, may receive a refund of service and "high-
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. Sm. equity. flannel Suit (drama cine) : Gre- The Hurricane Hunters also of all his retirement deductions years
five" salary which is
4133 Tyndale Dr., Cedar Hills gory Peck, Jennifer Jones. logged up a 24-hours coverage leave them in average
EV 4-1518. McDaniel. from the time Betsy was discovered or may used to compute the basic annuity,
Kiddie Matinee until he is 62 when he
the fund subject to reduction for such
3 bdrm. 2-story hse. Double lot at .1400 on Aug. 10, 300
Saturday, Aug. 18, HOO Islandsin will receive a "deferred" annuity. special conditions as retirement
Jeffries Market. EL 44561. Jef- miles east of the Antilles
fries Jr. Honeychile (comedy) : Judy the Caribbean. This refund is payable, regard before age 60 (except disability
Canova. Also Child "Sockology" less of length of service, unlessat retirement) and election of a
2 bdrm. C.B. hse. $44 per mo., (comedy). Sundays and holidays.NATTCenter1400 the time of separation or the survivor annuity benefit.
equity $1,000. 5874 Oak Lane 1800 2000. time he fUes'his claim the appli-
Movie Hours ; ,
The formula is based 1.5
Dr. EV 77190. Burton. on ((1))
Mainside 1400, 1800, 2000. Hospital 1900 only. cant is eligible for annuity pay per cent of the "high-five aver-
35 foot hse. trailer. $240. Ext. limitation is
ments. The 20-year
8541. Larimore. ----------,..---,,- '-,,,,, age salary multiplied by five
MISCELLANEOUS no longer effective.No :years of service, plus (2)) 1.75
retirement deductions -
Wanted riders for car pool for '? interest on per cent of the "high-five" aver-
a- is payable if they cover
klndergarden children from age salary multipled by years of
less of service. If
one year or
Venetia Manor area to St. total service is more -than one .service over five and up to 10,
Paul's Parochial School. School plus (c) two percent of the "highfive" -
but less than five years, interestIs
hrs.: 09001200. Ext. 8320. Maj. payable to date of separation. I average salary multipliedby
years of service over 10.
Interest rates are 4 per cent to
Rider wanted to share An alternate formula of one
expensesto Dec. 31, 1947, and 3 per cent
Los Angeles one way. Leav- thereafter. Interest accrual stopson per cent of the "high.five" aver

ing soon. Contact Hydromatic Dec. 31, 1956. age salary plus $25 for each year

Mechanic. EL 44545. Except for disability retire- of service will produce a higher

ment, there is no minimum annuity rate in the lower salary
brackets.A .
annuity. The amount of an em-
Ie IE 1"1 T HIE N E y ployee's annuity is based mainlyon typical example of "before
ANI lIMA L IA E RIITE I e 15 length of service and the"highfive" and after" annuities paid on a
I 15 Ol It. A 15 A T
LID I TWEED. U bDR II! average salary. The monthly schedule and based on
fiR. S S. I Nee "high-five" means the highest optional retirement at age 60

o If P P II 51h1 i\ii average basic salary earned in with 35 years service shows:
e iT. rl I T
STOA .0 N : average single married

QQUB QauBuaai3 jauoaa neiu a annual before after before after

uu .Banian uaua salary
ATAns + $ 2500 $146 $146 $138 $142

f MERIT MAST Cited for Good Conduct Medals by Comdr. 3500 175 196 164 191

A William Bishop, acting commanding: officer of NATTCenter were 4500 20i' 249 190 240
(left to right), Harold Fredericks, AQC, NavAlrWeaps School; 7500 312 414 302 388
Herman Rathmann, QM2, AE School; and Herman Snyder, AM3, 438 552 400 512r
10000 ,
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