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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1956
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VOL-14 No. 25 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR' STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 13 September 1956 ,



Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive Opens Oct. 1 :



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Shore Duty $110,000 Set As Goal


Offered S For Year's Big EffortAll


Specialists hands stationed or employed at NAS Jacksonville,
NAS Cecil Field and NAAS Mayport will join hands begin.
ning Oct. 1, in another all out effort for one big yearly appeal
Divers, special weapons l for contributions to the Jacksonville-Duval County Com-
posal and undersea munity Chest United Fund Drive and the local chapter of the
technicians, among other Navy Relief Society.
:
listed specialists, are
needed at shore bases Dubbed the Navy-Duval Community -
;
expense. Instead of being both
shipboard sailors having Fund Drive for 1956, the
cial code classifications campaign will be held during the ered with numerous drives
pet shore duty if they period of October 1 through November throughout the year, this one big
it. 16, with the overall goal yearly drive is now becoming
However for the drive set at a whopping standard throughout the nation.
they must meet
time requirement of their $110,000. The goal of $110,000 is a 10%

tary rate for shore duty. A ALL HANDS, military and civilian jump from last year's $100,000,
duty request card may be from all commands basedat following suit with the local civic
mitted, listing as preferences NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil 'drive which has also increased its .
of the following Naval !. Field, and NAAS Mayport will goal. Last year a total of $96,000was '
having openings for enlisted participate in the drive which this collected, with $68,000 goingto t'
cialty billets: year will be in phase with the the Community Chest, $25,000to
1ST NAVAL DISTRICT: city, county, and nationwide Navy Relief and $3,000 retainedas
first class divers (code 5312)), campaign. part of the operating expenditure
vanced undersea of this year's drive.
weapons test "Give Where You Work" is the
itruments repairmen (code ) theme of the campaign with the Special feature of }he campaign *
harbor defense technicians ( will be the giving of
Forrest*!. first of,.A objective of "Give A Day's Take away
9978). three .
wonderful prizes two.
: a.
.
Home
scheduled to tie up at Pay" Although no quotasfor
3rd Naval District i i : morning. Second individuals as such are estab- door hardtop 1957 Ford; boat,
divers ((5311)), harbor de month, the Forrestal lished, 100% participation is the motor and trailer unit; and a
techs, special weapons aim. Pledge cards will carry I color television set To be eligiblefor
techs ((9992)). schedule of recommended contributions these prizes, personnel must
4th Naval .District: First which approximate, in contribute their full share at tho

divers, explosive ordnance round figures, a day's pay for (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
al techs ((9974)), harbor
people in the various pay brackets.
techs. If each person will attemptto
Homework Facilities
5TH NAVAL DISTRICT: Saturday meet this obligation, the Naval
bor defense techs, special activities will be able to carry Now At Nursery-

pons disposal tech Forrestal, the first air their share of the charitable load Supervision and a well-
11th Naval District: 4)K become the second imposed upon Navy Relief, the lighted quiet room for the prep
undersea weapons test Basin within the past I City of Jacksonville and Duval aration of home work is offered
ments repairmen, harbor Saturday. County. by the Navy Wives Nur-
techs, special weapons EACH ACTIVITY and department sery during evening hours,
techs. operations. will conduct solicitation of when 'parents may wish to go
12th Naval District pro
: out.
its own personnel, with "team
(Please turn to Pare t, Col. a two-runway
launched spirit" expected to play A large Hours and fees are the sameas
--.4s can be part in the drive. usual, but the home work
Set OrganizationMeet catapults while re service is a new-but often re
can land in the Cardinal principle of the en- que.ted-on. for school-age
area at the same tire campaign is the resolution to children.
Monday I carry out the drive with minimum


'Spirit of the "- h :' w ,.v '- ?yt, + } dv R WriyHwY4 ';OHYsSYWry.v.LY'A HR gyfY

The "Spirit of the ,
fast becoming a reality as the I
goes out to rally all potential
tors, skilled technicians,
musicians, and in fact every
talent and profession that
into staging a large-scale
duction.To .
i$
get the show off the
<)I
an organizational 'meeting ''''i ',f *'
slated for 1900 Monday in
side Gym, Building 3. ')
who can or will contribute to r
success of the production is
to be present. At this time the
tire project will be ;
r, detail, and groups
go required.ahead with the various

These groups will be
arized with the overall
order to meet the L

demanded by their particular un __ ______________ _
in the production. Tryouts for LIKE HOME-The broad expanse of the St Johns River, and the flat lands which surround
tors will be held. But the three sailors from the Royal Dutch Navy of home. "Except for vegetation" they say, and
is largely to start the' look Jacksonville's skyline, "we are at home. The Netherlands sailors, listening to a sea
wheels rolling, such as stage Wilbur Stone, AKC, of Aviation Storekeeper School at NATTCenter are (left to right)
AK1; Antoine Smalinjr, AKC; and Fredrick Koopmetaers, AKL The Dutch sailors, at*
(Please turn to Page 8, Cot <<) School, are from NAS Valkenburg, The Netherlands

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS _-_--' 13 September 1956


." -VFP-62. VW-4 VF-173. VP-18. Fasron 109 $ =
Fasron Six, rt


Jtl, X IIWS Scouting Jax Area Squadrons; I



Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marina activities at Naval Air -

Station Jacksonville Florida Fasron Six ferred to Utron 3, Brown Field,; motion. -

Capt. William S. Harris _-NAS.__ "_JaekaeBvlll__>____> __ Commanding*Officer Comdr. William S. Adami reported Chula.Vista, California. I The welcome mat was spread

Com Jr. Robert 11. Smith...... ,, .,-....... ..,.. ,.... ExecuU\a Officer aboard Fasron Six to as- James Dunlavy, AN, was transferred for five new arrivals. Reporting

Rear Adm. Dclbert S. Cornwell Fleet Air Jaeksosrille ,. Commander sume command of the squadron. to the USS Forrestal. for duty were: Earl P. Park, AQc

Capt. S. S. Scare/ Jr. ....... Chief of Stall Comdr. Adami replaces Comdr. w s Richard C. Centabar, AA; Wil.;

Capt. Dowrn F. McLeod Fleet Air Will! tie tea ? Commander Max C. Replogle who has been in VFT-62 liam L. King, AA; Charles L

Comdr. Richard Davis Chief Stall Officer charge of Fasron Six since De- Langston -AA; and Charles E
Natal Air Tecaalral TralaUr Cetr A FOUR YEAR FOOTBALL Newton *
Jr.
Capt Henry C. DeLnnir Commanding Officer cember 1954. AMAN.
Comdr. Edward W, BUhopCapt. _.. Executive Officer three who scholarship to Furman Universityat Donald C Mapes
Fasron Six lost men AMC departed
Naval lI"pUal I Greenville, S. C. awaited Jim -
Officer their active service and for duty with the
Benjamin' N. Ahl Commanding finished VVM
Capt. Marcy Shupp _............ Executive Officer I were released to inactive duty in Borroff, A03, when he was dis- "Hurricane Hunters."
MAJtTQ I c harged on September 7. Jim .
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer I the Naval Reserve. The men were: plans to take up studies in the

Walter Kerns, AD2; Roger Hackler College of Business Administration VP-18

The JAX AIR NEWS !II published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, DT3; and Horace Ellsworth, with his gridiron THE SECOND SIX plane de.
along com-
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds tachment
at no expense to the government and In ccmpllance with NAVKXOS P-35' Rev. SN. mitments. A member of the of VP-18 returned to
Nov. 1945. distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Ensign Norman Drews returnedto NAS Jax Tuesday from
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the squadron since December, 1955, overseas
U. S. Natal Hospital. ComFairJax after completingtwo he played center on the Jax Navy deployment. The squadron has
Managing Editor- Andrew II Flaney weeks TAD aboard Fasron Just completed a three and
team while attached to VAII-1. one-
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI; Nancy Ward. JO3. Six. Thomas Sullivan, AN, re- half month tour of duty at Port

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. turned from a weeks course of Three officers have been detached Lyautey, Morocco.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without from the squadron. Theyare
the written permission' of Armed Forces Press Service. instructions in ASAE Electronicsand While on
matter, except by service publications. \- prohibited ",'IlboupnmluloD of Instruments at Cecil Field. Lcdr. Lee Blodgett, who was deployment the
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. squadron took part in
assigned to NATTU, NAS Pensa- many
Editorial offices located Main Administration Dulldlng. Phone extensions transn.m
Robert Rocek, AK2, was NATO and bilateral
8346, 216 and 8164. cola; Lt. Charles Dorsey, squadron exercises
personnel officer of 37 which necessitated trips to many

months who was released to in- European and Mediterranean

EmID'Thunda active duty, and CWO M. V Mildred countries.

[ Parrish of Auburndale, Fla. Capt. McLeod, Commander of
FAW-11, was on hand to
)', Sept 13 An all-hands party was held at greet
the returning fliers along with
Mainside Revolt Of Mamie the Anchorage last Friday after-
the wives and families of the officers .
Stover (color drama): Jane noon. Food and Softball games between -
men.
and
Patrol VP-18
Powell, Richard Egan.NATTCenter officers and enlisted personnel is
.... commanded by Comdr. James A,
Showdown At were included in the pro- Cooper.

Abilene (color western): Jock gram.
Among the noteworthy
Mahoney, Martha flyer I accom
plishments of the
deployment
Hospital 23 Paces To Baker VW-4 was
the first on-the-scenes
Street (color drama): Van Johnson TilEIIURRfCANE IIUNTERS" report of
an earthquake which shook
Vera Miles. (Only one movie of VW-4 lost six "old tim-I Greek Island of Santorini the
on July
e at 1900)) .
ers" last week
through transfers
F 9. Lcdr. Randolph Meyers was
Friday, Sept. 14 and discharges, but gained five over the island shortly after tht
Mainside Back From Eter- newcomers.
earthquake and assisted the
nity (drama): Robert Ryan, Anita Administrative personnel werecept Greek Admiralty in assessing the

Ekberg. plenty busy checking aboard damage.

.... NATTCenter Revolt Of Ma- Ensign Donald Carr from New- e

mie Stover (color drama): Jane port, R. I.; Lloyd Lammle, AKAN, Fasron 109

Powell Richard Egan. from NATTC Jax; Robert Lower

Hospital Showdown At Abilene I ence, ATAN, from G u If po r t, FASRON 109 inaugurates us

(color western): Jock Ma- Miss.; Francis Roberts, SN, from annual double horseshoe tournament -

honey, Martha Hyer.Saturday ___ __ __ the USS Lake Champlain and this week, and prizes will

Sept. 15 READY TRAINING AID-James Donohue, AEC, left), and Robert Taylor, SN, from the giant be awarded to the victorious con
T/Sgrt. Paul Underwood, check a mechanical instrument test panelto testants.
Mainside This Is My Love be used In the new Instrument phase; course of Aviation Electri- flattop USS Forrestal. Ltjg( ) Jack Wright
(color drama): Linda Darnell, cian's Mate School Class A at NATTCenter. The squadron bade farewell to' was released

Dan Duryea. Ltjg( ) Richard A. Wing Jr. and' to inactive duty this week,

NATTCenter Back From Streamlined Course At AE-A Vernon F. Roberson AB3, who I service.after completing While attached atour to of Fasron active

Eternity (drama): Robert Ryan, returned to civilian status.
109, Ltjg( ) Wright was tHe squadron's -
Anita The USS
Franklin
Ekberg.
D. Roosevelt
School Shortened 16 WeeksStreamlined first lieutenant. Also released
Hospital Revolt of Mamie became the new home for JosephSmith
this J. T. Cul-
week
Stover (color drama): Jane SA, and Paul Alley, AA, was
like the modern mode of travel, the new AviationElectrician's well, TM3.J. .
Powell Richard Egan. while Clarence Whitaker
,
Mate School Class A course Monday begins a new received ATC, D. Gooch, SN Of the person
orders to VR-2
Kiddie Matinee program of teaching according to Lcdr. Lawrence Heron, training at Alameda nel office, is the proud father of

Saturday, Sept 15 'I officer of the AE Schools. AL2, Calif., with Albert Morgan, Roberta Louise and Bemire At-

Utah (western): Roy Rogers. Shortened to 15 weeks, the last transferring to VS-31 at leet twin girls born this month.
Also True Boo (aviation electrical power sys Quonset Point, R. I.
(comedy)
six of which are divided into two The following named men reported -
tems), and AE1, (aviation instru .
Movie Hours specialized courses, the new AE to Fasron 109 for duty; J.
ment and flight control system). VF173CONGRATULATIONS
Mainside movie 1800 2000. program is designed to furnish E. Miller, AA; A. D. Wheatley,

Sundays and holidays- 1400 also. trained men to the Fleet and to Airmen entering the school,, to Lt ADAN; B. E. Ridgley AA; J. W.

NATTCenter movie 1400, squadrons as soon as possible. mostly from.Airman Preparatory (jgand) Mrs. George F. Fritz on Upton, AA; and H. E. Little,

1800, 2000.Hospital. SPECIALISTS in aviation elec- School at Norman, Okla., for the the birth of a six pound eight ADAN, reported from NATTC

movie 1900 only. tricity will be designated AEM, Navy, and from NATTCenter, ounce boy. Congratulations also Memphis; R. N. Traylor, A02, re-

Jacksonville, for the Marine to Ltjg( ) John A. Handley, who I ported for duty from VA-105, and

CROSSWORD PUZZLE. Corps will form a common core has enlarged his second stripeafter E. R. Wise, ADC, reported for
for the first
ACftOtt a ) I" ;' 10 .. .r tion electrician nine training.weeks of avia receiving notice of his pro duty from Fasron 107.


1-4'alting Kettledrum It ... THEN, IN THE tenth week, on '-S .j ..
II-Kit for th blow
14-Court toue 1'1' .. n 's a ratio of about two to one, the
i II-Chart l-Leg classes will be divided into
.
.
I-I'tlut. ,. AEM9s and AEls
,," with the for-
IK
off "
toCyprlnoidlib/\ Ii W 11 1'" uillorgan t / n I IC'lIt mer receiving the greater pro-
.of // VhUr.j portion.
I' I N 1M
ending Despite the
Apprehend streamlining of the

through eniti IU I I courses, however, the onboard
27-Prepoiltlont
$-Pay back it fI' 1'. J1't I" i total will remain approximately

10-fortification Parts of ... // ,. .., r// .I ,I the same with a weekly input of I
XS-TurkUh till) // V/ about 40 men a week.
t3TearR4woolly .
''I't'vi / // '11
It-In slumber / Vh I'
4o-Plnh.r'i 'II 1ft 0. Sf '\ Prayer, Fellowship
'"." *' /h / .
a 41-Arbiter t J )''t
Gatherings Slated
41-JMpan M
/ ? 1\1"ur
41_ iur. >to. Beginning Monday
..-...., ahami r Sept. 17 a
47-Man'n _+ .=.__._ regular prayer meeting will be
nickname held in the
NATTCenter
4.- .! nun of .4J>4*- roadway 14-Orowlnt out (}>-Pta upon wfckfc Chaplain's
;,wWorthlessRecede 15 Brief something office, located Building 563.
leaving I 4-$ anl-h article t<=Roman official turn
.11-Hlrd'a. home 4 Recall tomemory -Coollnc ...ae. 41-OoddeM of Service will begin at 1900 and
I-TIc": r N tl-Simian beating will be followed with
;,4-ClICllllr paint 7-Come Int* as..Citrw INII .J-, .lcnoia recreationand
:J:Thoroughfare clew <&) ,4T-Prefls: half fellowship.
IT-Sarcasm t-Prepo.llka W-Charm > t Consumed >
l--wing S -Attempt ll=BttnaeMf Services will be conducted by
DOWNIt.m of the f-Rugged demon Chaplain Joe A. Davis with
I II-A-hl. the
mountain mt It-College 4t 4rr*
I Visitor IS Ascertain* assistance from all churches in
f:M lodlI IT=Paid notice ttJbtr ON /l-Symbol; tOf'1 town. All HIGH SCHOOL DtPLOfA-The rank of servicemen {5110 attain -
-1 In<'llne4 U-Itwtet.nlnc pencil vodtem" protestants are ,urged their high school diplomas Joining
to try and attend the that lonr via USAFI Is ever rreat.
(Answer on Pare f, Col. S) ings. prayer meet- receives hKSkI.SDlllel.Defo! : l of the Marine Barrack, who
Gilbert equivalency certificate from Lt. Clifford




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3 ep' tember 195S JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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SSS SSSS BOOM-An A3D
ti :::': .' : ;;::;; < .J i, ;>:.i > .: Skywarrior from V AII-1 is catapultedfrom NAVY WIVESCORNER
I .., l.. Shangrila off I
: \ ".: : .'*. (" 'Y' :' '" '" the deck of the USS I
'< .. .'\>"-: the Oregon Coast for a non-stop, 2,617' *
'..... > > mile flight to NAS Jax. The plane, one
of two, passed over Oklahoma City
i while the National Air Show was in : Delegates to the National Convention

i t. "' progress H _... ,._there.._....._. u___._ I of Navy Wives Clubs of
America Inc. were elected at the

1 I last business meeting.The .

1 convention will be held in

; (Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor : Long Beach Calif., Oct. 4-8, and
all! Navy libraries in the arcs) will be attended by delegates of

Tom Brown's School Days: A Navy Wives Clubs from all 48
111I long time classic which proves states and stations overseas

that times have changed but the THOSE CIIOSEN to represent
boys haven't. If you're old enoughto r rA Jax 86 are Ruth Reese, president;
1 have read it before, it makes Betty Moore, parlimentarian; and
good second reading; if you'renot Alice Meyer Also attendingwillbe

we suggest it so that you can Shirley White, Southeast Regional -
wonder what is meant by that old vice-president of Navy
cliche, "the good old days." And, Wives and also vice-president of
j of course it is appropriate read. Jax 86.

S ing with the mass movement backto A new class for Gray Ladies
s school! will be started next month. Thoso

High School Subjects J Self interested in this very rewardingand
t Taught: It isn't only children who worthwhile work, may make
join the trend, for the year 'round applicationson on Oct. 3 from 1000
popularity on this volume puts It until 1600, with Miss Davison in

on our perpetual best seller list. .m_.. .. .._..._____.. m.m.m. .... __ _._._._..____.. __._ Bldg. A2 at the Naval Hospital
For those who are making up for The class will start Oct. 8 and

{ lost school days and for those Catapulted Into 2,764 Non-StopTiip lasts one week.

who want a refresher in prepara Navy Jet Breaks I THERE WILL BE no social and

1r tion for advanced study, we've Planes Crews Of ,VAH-1 Pass Over dance activity during the monthof
r nothing to match this one for interesting Speed RecordA September, but Velma Brooks,
l and valuable aid. activities chairman has announcedthat
l How to Pass College Entrance new official national speed Air Show On Non-Stop Flight To Jax plans are being made for a

Examinations: Fine for materialthe record of 1015.428 mph, or subscription dance to be held
Planes of Heavy Attack Squadron One, based: at NAS Jar, participated -
r title indicates.TreasureDivine. about 1.58 times the speed of some time in October at the Sem.
'- last week in a special competition designed especially for
Holidays: To sound, has been rung up by 'I- the services in connection with the National Air Show held at Okla- inole Hotel.
be sure, the summer will be with' Navy Comdr. Robert W. Windsor homa City. Maude Cressy and Rosalynne
us for some time in spite of the Jr. flying a new supersonic Johnson will be in charge of the
when
It 30th
fact that we are psychologicallygeared fighter, the Chance Vought began on August Charles T. F'r 0 h n e, and their September daytime I luncheon,
I four Skywarriors took off from
to think of the Labor Day F8U Crusader. crews, Comdr. Paul F, Stevens, which will be held the latter partof
weekend as the last Of it. Therewon't The former record was 822.- NAS Jax on a non-stop cross skipper of VAIM; Arthur Levy, the month.
be time for a long'holidaylike 135 mph set by Air Force Col. country flight to NAS North Island ALC; Richard McKee, AQC; and
San At North
in North Diego'Calif; I
this of Horace A. Hancs a Frank Niblerj; AD2.
but'
.one, some you
Island they were taxied to the
may find a few more days to en. American F100 Super "Sabre side of the waiting USS Shan AT A SCHEDULED time the Double Weekend Of I
last
joy your under-water sports. year. two aircraft made a fleeting pass
grila. The 70,000 pound jets were
,The test pilot said the Defense Sea
the crowds Deep FishingTo
Others will of
enjoy planning some ordered him hoisted and swung aboard with over spectators at
thing similar to the adventures of Department the air show in Oklahoma City,
the of efficient the demands
use an tripodshaped answer many -
mark of about 1000
to set
this family of enthusiasts. a and continued on their 2,674 mile
cable hoisting apparatus for reservations on the
mph. The official world speed
Coast of Coral: Adventurous located the side of the trip to Jax without stopping to
record is now held by a British on upper deep sea fishing trips spon
refuel.
skin diving off the Great Barrier
fuselage. sored by Special Services at
Delta research
Fairey airplaneat
Reef will kindle the Imaginationwhile 1132 mph but the Crusaderis MILES OUT TO sea, two sky. Speeds from the deck of the NATTCcnter, a double week-
it provides good reading thought to be capable of fly. warriors, piloted by Lt. William Shangrila to touch-down at Jack- end of angling off the jetties
when you are easing off the summer ing 150 mph faster than its Whalen, and Richard Davidson, sonville were clocked at 606.557 will be held Saturday and Sun-
miles hour
activities. new record. and their crews, Ltjg( ) Walter D. an set by Capt. Blackburn's day, September 29 and 30, according -
Denizens of the Deep: Philip Fessenden; Roy Saxon, AD2; El- plane 1 and 588.977 by to Bill Arnold, ADI,
Comdr Frohne's.The .
Wylie shares his "fish stories" in mer Boerner, AOC; and Harry of the Fish Shack.
these entertaining chapters about AE School Honors Reo, AMI, were launched and mission was to demonstratethe Those taking part pay $2.00
the fish he caught. (From pictures headed directly for Oklahoma striking power, and deep pen for the trip with Special Serv-
we've seen in this paper, thereare To Barszczewski City. Making a flyover the air etrations mobile attack units are ices furnishing the additional

some good stories many others Joseph Barszczewski, AEAN, of show grounds, they returned to capable -of making.-Os. $3.50.
could tell!) the Shangrila, circled it and returned Bait and lines are furnished
Grecnport, L.I., N.Y. was the One of two things makes for
Boats Today: One of several to the coast, landing at a clear conscience-good conductor aboard the pleasure craft Win-
books giving plans for small boats honor student in last week's grad- North Island. a bad memory. ner II, operating out of May-

created by leading naval archi- uating class from Aviation Elec- The two remaining planes port.One ,
tects. It's not too early to start' trician's Mate School Class A at aboard the Shangrila were cata- Everybody should pay their more trip is planned be-

that boat for next summer's fun! NATTCenter. I, pulted from the deck somewhereoff taxes with a smile. We tried it but fore the season closes after the
the Oregon coast on Monday 29-30 weekend.
Manual of Copyright Practice: lIe joined the Navy in October Sept. 3. The planes were pilotedby they wanted cash.
A new edition of a reference book
1955, and has been assigned to Capt. J. T. Blackburn, Comdr.

which those who should, even prove in moments valuable of relaxation to- NAS, Quonset Pt., XU, for duty. of II at Wing One, and Comdr. THE KINGS TAKE .A

with a hobby, find a I
creative urge which has possibilities mks LIKING TO THE NAVYChief
for profit as well as pleasure.

Always A River: Always thereare Archie
ADJ
King, of
son, Michael Irving, one, live at
those who want an historical NARTU,Jar, proved that he not
Cherry Lake, Fla. Besides beinga
novel. This is of a small group of only likes his job, he wants to I jet mechanic, Archie! works
Puritans who left Massachusettsto keep it in the family. with the National Container Corp.
establish the first settlement in ', He recruited his brother Bill
South Carolina. 1 back in 1948, and now they work Bill and his wife and Bill Jr.,
.- S. r : y#3 side by side around Hangar 113. three, and Elizabeth Ann, one,
Art Fashion Show Bill is a first class mech now. live at 629 Comet St. in Jackson-
,4 # r Just to keep things going, the ville. He is an inspector for the
Friday In Jax : Kings have a nephew in the recruit -.state road department.
.
x division.
Tickets are still available in
the Jax Air News offices, rooms THE BROTHERS King each Yom Kippur DanceAt
230 and 238, for the Jacksonville have a son, and very likely they
Artists' Guild and affiliated Du- have tried Navy hats on their Jewish CenterThe

val Beaches Fine Arts Guild "Art wfyr # I.r boys with an eye to the future. Young People' League of

In Fall Fashions" Friday Sept. 14 Bill also has a daughter, but says Jacksonville is presenting its An-
at 2000 at the Prudential audi- : : there is no Navy career plannedfor nual Yom Kippur Night Dance on

torium. 9 E her-unless she marries into Saturday, Sept. 15, from 2130 till

The program, proceeds from one.CHIEF 0130 at the Jacksonville Jewish
which will sponsor a Universityof KING is a veteran of Center, located at Third and Silver
Florida extension course in WWII, having served in Africa Streets.

art, will include a fashion show, .N ".., .. and Panama. After the war he
demonstration in dancing, music, BACK FROM! ENLISTED CONFERENCE-Two of the three retired for a while, but he came Varied and Interesting entertainment -
art exhibit, door prizes, and an representatives of the lax area who attended the career improvement back in time to talk Bill into the has been planned. for the
invitation to visit the Arthur conference held in Bainbridge, Md. study their notes and reserves in 1948. Archie was a evening. .
recommendations. The three lax men, who attended the parley
Murray ballroom on the 11th with 131 other enlisted men, met to find out factors which deter or first class at the time. Now he is Y.P.L. extends its invitation to
floor. cause reenllstments, Paul Reeves, PNC. (lem!), of NATTCenter and a chief, and Bill -is a first class! members of the Naval Service in
James Payne, DKC, of NAS lax (eights)), along with Frank Kladek, Front the looks of his record. BiU the Jax area. Information and
A man attains.maturity when AQC, of NATTCenter, asserted that security details forbid de- will continue to become Chief advance tickets may be obtained
the findings, but that "every enlisted man can be assured
he ceases to quarrel with concepts tailing that he will be more satisfied with a career If the recommendations King number two.: from Ltjg( ) Mode Shore extension
he doesn't understand. m accepted." Archie and Mrs. King and their 527.






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Author Of Popular 'Book Shelf Column I


Puts Heart, Soul In Library Work

SALTY HUMOR FROM
Material is the dilemma ofa
newspaper columnist but HERE AND THERE

The Jax Navy Crackerjax returned the material for the column of The
young bachelor
from Norfolk, Va. last lena Nelson, whose weekly the psychiatrist's appear at
Friday a little downhearted from "The Book Shelf," holds the office With his
problem.> "I've
losing to Bainbridge 2-1, in semi- record for regularly appearing got picturt of
Lana Turner
final play of the All-Navy East- columns in the Jax Air News, Marilyn Monroe,
ern tournament. The Waves had comes ready to hand. Betty Grable and Hedy Lamar: ,'
their share of events to relate to Miss Nelson, who has been the t pasted all over my room."

shipmates about the stay in Nor- librarian at the Naval Air Tech- 1 '\ 'Then what's your trouble'
asked the doctor. ,
nical Training Center since October

folk.They were not in the barracks 1951, writes a weekly column about"All Gene night long I keep dreaming"
Autry's horse.
more then a few hours when the reviewing the latest books received -
Crackerjax j were paid a visit by at the library and her r i -w J-5 *

an old Jax friend-Chief Hutch- thumb-size sketches of new reading .., An asylum inmate had been
inson. Before the girls-in-blue hada material reads easily and .- complaining about a cat in his

chance- say hello chief Hutch pleasantly. 'A i, stomach. Tearing around and
invited the team, coaches and of- FOR SOME 125 issues of the clawing him something fierce-

ficers-in-charge 'aboard his ship, Jax Air News she has contributedher One day he got an attack of ap-
the USS McKane for a tour. So weekly stint of pertinent re pendicits and the surgeon decided -
Sunday morning the Waves de- views, averaging about ten inches this was a good time to affect -
parted for Portsmouth and the per column. Broken down further, a cure. He sent for a black
USS McKane, a destroyer leader. statistically, this represents ap- cat and when the inmate came outof
The trip was pleasant with the proximately 16 full pages of reviews the ether the doctor held up

Crackerjax inspecting the vessel she has written.To n the animal and said, "You're okay
from stem to stern and finishingoff do this, in off duty time, 1 iIr I n' < "''' w n-W_ now. Look what we got."
a perfect day with bar-b-qucd she has to read an average of ten
COLUMNIST AT WORK-Much reading and no little head- The inmate stared, grabbed his
chicken served in the chiefs mess or 12 books a week. I scratching are part of the job undertaken by lona Nelson, librarianat stomach and yelled, "You got: the
Don you sen-faring caps, Waves, The pert, petite, red-haired librarian NATTCenter, whose column, The Book Shelf," has the distinction wrong cat. The one I swallowedwas
we're shipping out! For one day has been with Navy library of being the longest sustaining authored column in the Jax Air .
News. "The Book Shelf" column also rates as one of the most gray.
anyhow. Station lassies will try- work for the last ten years, widely read items. .
their hand at deep-sea fishing on both with the old 7th Naval District -
September 22 when they depart in Jacksonville and the Sixth where she is in charge, contains Sailor: "My brother is a gicat
from Mayport in the early morn* Naval District in Charleston. Dur- nearly 11,000 volumes, some 5,000 Annual Art inventor. He Just invented a cake
to spend a day tussling with the ing World War II she assisted in being fiction, and the rest non- of soap eight" feet long and five
sly creatures of the sea. If yohaven't u I hospital libraries. fiction and reference works. feet wide.
Exhibit Set Wave: "How do you l lift it to
already signed up for the DURING DER stay at the The non-fiction shelves include lather yourself?"
deep-sea fishing trip, do so now. works of psychology, ethics and
Training Center with the
cooperation Sailor "You don't. You
: just sit
It promises to be a lot of fun for marriage, navy-marines, eti- At LibraryThe
of the
Officers
Navy On it and slide and down.""
all Don't forget the sea-sick pills? quette, languages, mathematics, up
i Wives Club, she has installed a .
New faces and new smiles add Children's Nook, for juvenile physics 1 hygiene, engineering, NAS Jax Library is making
to just total. New ordnance, aviation, radio, photog- No matter how far chemistry
up one girls readers, and also a music room plans> for its annual art exhibit tobe
reporting aboard NAS for a tour with a wide range of library re raphy, hobbies, literature, history held in October and is now accepting advances, it will never come up
of duty. Many old friends have cordings.The and biographies.A art work from station per- with anything more dangerous
been wished bon than a peroxide blonde.
voyage duringthe NATTCenter MAGAZINE RACK of latest sonnel.
last week while welcome library, magazines also is maintained I .

aboard smiles were extended to along with maps and atlasses. Exhibition categories will include "I heard knock on the door
newcomers. Traneferred were Japanese Navy Man Miss Nelson received her bach oils, water colors, pen and and thought' it was my landlordso

Bertha McKinnon, SKC, to Quonset Attends AE SchoolLcdr I elor of arts degree from the ink sketches, pastels and commercial I jumped out the window onto -
Point, R. I. and Peggy O'Neil, University of Michigan and her and cartoon work. Entries the fire escape, but I ", a'
SKC, to Brooklyn, N. Y. Also departing Fujimoto Tadashi of the master of science library ser- should be made at the library, fooled."

from Jax and from mill- Japanese Navy, reported aboard vice degree from Columbia Uni- Building 3, before September 30 "No landlord?"
tary service were Pat Ostrowski i, this week at the Naval Air Tech- versity. and clearly labeled with the artist's I "No fire escape."
SN, and Barb Denton, TD2. nical Training Center. t name and address.

Reporting to Barracks 723 for A graduate of the Army Air Supervisors MeetThe \ The exhibition staff will do all '

duty are: Krcne Sujdak, SK3; Technical Training School Officers next regular meeting of the that it can to prepare the entries ,
Myrtle Johnson, YN1; AgnesKazda course in Japan in 1940, he National Association of Supervisors for display, but they have suggested ,1
SKI; Dottie Walt, YN1; will attend Aviation Electrician's Local No. 11, will be Thurs- I that it would be .to theartist's :
Evelyn Doehring, TE1; Aurelia Mate School Class B at the Training I day, Sept. 13 at 1930 at the YWCA advantage if they would ',
Martiniz, SA; Lena King YNC; Center.- 325 East Duval Street. mount or frame their own entriesin 1
Geraldine Clark.PN1; Roberta He a manner they felt suitable to ; ..S. j jI
formerly electric
was andpower
All
members are urged to at-
Shockley AKAN; and Jacqueline the work being displayed.For S.
plant Division Officer at; tend. Election of officers will be
Dupey, AN.Married the further help or information I t
Kanoya Naval Air Base. held at this meeting. -S : tt
last weekend and now personnel can contact Chuck !
Mrs. Franklin Hutchinson was Vicinus at the library, extension

Wave Dolores Plummer, TE3, at- 233.Also 'SS 'i

tached to the NAS Communica- ? M04>3,,, planned is an informal discussion ;
tions. Dolores's husband is a of the display with mem-
member of the Station Police \ bers of the Jacksonville Art Museum "}?;%55:' p i
force. staff.Twelve.
'
.
Announce New I Ia AdvancedTo


Class For Gray CPO Baling .

Advancement of twelve first

Ladies at HospitalThe > 4 4t class petty officers at NATTCenter -
to chief petty officer was announced tv' rAhamow'
Hospital Red Cross announces this week by the Edu-
a new class for Gray cation and Information Office. .
Ladies will be held every day The .
.
t a promotions, a result of the s.
from 0930 to 1200 the
during weekof
February service-wide examina- ..
\
Oct. 812.Applicants. ',,'(':" :": tions K
,, become effective
"
t' Monday,
will be interviewed ""' September le.Following .
between 1000 and 1500 Oct. 3, in
the Doctors Conference Room, are the new chiefs:
Ward A-2, at the Naval Hospital. ,+, Hollis E. Coe, ATC; Howard R
Those accepted will be given Ellis, AEC; Francis C. Fetters,
training qualifying them as volunteer AMC; Richard G. Graham, AKC;
workers, performing such Stuart R. Heath, GFC; Charles A
services as visiting patients, shop- Martin. AEC; William M. Sey-
ping for patients, letter-writing, more, GFC; Everett R. Walter,
distributing library,books and rec- AQC; William P. Willsey, AEC:
reational materials, craft instruc- 3 Douglas Steward, AEC; Charle
tion .___ _____ Hinderson, ACC and
assisting at ward parties and ----------- m "" ; Leon G
entertaining children in the Pe- CARLA SAYING GOODBYE-Tropical storm Carla only re Grezch, ATC.
diatrics Ward.Intraining cently has said hello. But the girl in the photo is also named Carla I
and she's bidding farewell to her dad Comdr. Nicholas
Brango
luncheons are held executive officer of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four at, MDB\ Payments Due REAL PIN UP GALWhenit
monthly, at which speakers from NAS lax, as he prepares to take off for a recon flight into Carla, Mutual comes to pin up rankings, one
medical and allied fields discuss I third tropical storm of the season. Tropical storm Carla, sighted Death Benefit Society of the all-time favorites among
factors of interest to the volunteer 240 miles east southeast of Cape Hatteras, did not amount to much, members are reminded that assessment servicemen is Marda Corday
workers. I however, and now she too has bade farewell as she moved into No. 67 is due for pay- shapely Universal Pictures star-'
the open Atlantic. let. Lo w .
I ment by Sept 25. (Photo courtesy
Normandy Theatre).



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Reserve Involuntary Outs May




Meet Severance Pay DelayNot


CATHOLIC all reservists involuntarily released from active duty since i
Sunday Mass 0800, 0900
,
9 have received severance -
act became law on July
the readjustment pay
1000 St. Edward's Chapel.

Saturday Mass, 0800 St. _ 4 : : pay as expected.The .
of
Edward's Chapel. d delay is due to questions
Daily Mass, 0630 St Ed eligibility. While in general any deciding that they have had
'a. reservist, officer, warrant or enlisted
ward's Chapel. five years continuous active duty

Sunday 0630, Mass at the may receive the readjustment before separation. Also those who,

Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction pay on being involuntarily having had active duty for training *

Classes, Bldg. 463. separated from active duty if ho might receive a higher payment
A has completed more than five and in the total
PROTESTANTThursday if it is figured
Sept. IS ( ", &,. less than 18 years of duty. The amount of active duty.

1515 Junior Choir for ages -" '''', 4 last five years must be continuouswith THOSE WHOSE five years of

9 and All Saints' =< >(f' the exception of less than a
over, Chapel. ''' continuous active duty for entitlement
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- : 30-day break. must include duty in
TO readjustment
hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. NOT ENTITLED from more than one category, i.e., officer
those released
Sunday, Sept 16 [ : pay are warrant officer and enlisted.
,
active duty at their own request
0800 Episcopal Communion Those who must include regu
,'. '..'. ; those released from active duty
Service, Chaplain Niclcelson. r released be- lar time as well as reserve timo
for training, those
0930 Sunday School for ages N w professional in figuring their five-year entitle
of moral or
4 through adults, Bldg. 722. cause ment period.
; !
.
0930- Service of, Divine Wor: .... ; J dereliction.Also not entitled to the readjustment Whether the five-year period

,
ship Chaplain Osman. >
'' : ,, m ,_ ; pay are those who are i includes or is in addition to
1100 Service of Divine Worship breaks of less than 30 days when
FAMILY HONORS was strictly a family affair for Aviation entitled immediately to retirement
Chaplain,Davis. Storekeeper School honors for Robert and Roberta Shockley, both pay, those entitled to disability totalled, i.e. whether the five

1900 The United Fellowshipof AKANs, now assigned to NAS Supply Department. Robert was those entitled to disability year period is a calendar periodor
Protestants, Bldg.. 804. I the honor student six weeks ago with a mark of 86.22 and last pay, service period.
a
mark of 86.32. Recently severance pay (an optionis
Monday, Sept. 17 I week Roberta was graduated with an honor
1930 Latter Day Saints' Service I wed, they met at Aviation Storekeeper School. provided i in this case), and And whether those who are
those entitled to disability com- eligible because of category denialcan

Bldg.Tuesday 750, class, Sept.room.18 Wave Wife Tops Hubby'sHonor pensation. request early release and still

0.1 1000 THOSE IN THE last category qualify for readjustment pay,
Episcopal Instruction
"
may elect either disability com- since early release is "voluntary.

Class 1900, Bldg.- Christian 563. Science Serv Student MarksA pensation (from the Veterans Administration .

ice, Bldg. 752, class room. guy by the name of Robert was standing on the deck waitingfor ) or readjustmentpay. their Adult Education
1930 Both being Aviation Storekeeper They may also postpone
Bible Study Group, a girl by the name of Roberta. which to choose
Bldg. 804. students at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, they were decision as to
until i the VA has determined Plans Enlarged
Thursday, Sept 20 bound to meet. i entitledto I
whether not they are
or
1515 Junior Choir for ages Robert, an AKAN, a veteran of
9 and over, All Saints' Chapel. the 14th Armored Cavalry Division AK School as an honor student disability compensation and Fall ProgramThe I i
1900 in with a grade of 86.22 he told how much it will be.
All Saints' Choir Rehearsal with the Seventh Army
All Saints' Chapel.ST. Europe for three and a half years, Roberta: "Match that!" Readjustment pay will also be Adult Education section of

LUKE'S CHAPEL and more recently with Utility Last week Roberta was graduated delayed to several additional the Duval County Board of Public

(Naval Hospital, Protestant) Squadron Four at Chincoteague, with a grade of 86.33. "I groups, pending decision as to Instruction is planning an en
matched it" she boasted, going eligibility. These include: this fall with
Sunday, Sept-IS Va., came to Aviation Storekeeper depends larged program
0930 Sunday School and School. him a few points better. Those whose pay eligibility more than 70 teachers to be used

Nursery. MEANWHILE, Roberta, who Is As honor students both were on whether or not active in the evening classes.

0930 Divine Worship, Chap- from Charlottesville, Va., unaware entitled to pick their billets. General registration will be

lain William Swets. that Robert, ,of Leaksville, Today, in case you want to RIVER TIDES held at Central Grammar School,

Tuesday, Sept IK N. C., was "waitin on the cor- know, they are Mr. and Mrs. Robert AT NAS East Church and Liberty streets.

1930 Instruction class for ner," went through Waves' boot Shockley, both AKANs of the Date Jigh Low Business classes will be offered

personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed camp at Bainbridge, Md., and Supply Department at NAS Jack. A.M. P.M A.M. P.M. four nights each week, including

background. then to Airman PreparatorySchool sonville. 13th 0630 1911 0038 1241 typing, shorthand, bookkeeping,
a in J ax. .. and business ,law.
-- 14th 0737 2008 0137 1341
While Robert, in addition to Marines (mostly; recruits) from 15th 0834 2100 0229 1434 SPANISH AND FRENCH will

Up The standing on the corner, was mak- the Marine Barracks, Washington 16th 0924 2146 0314 1521 be taught with stress on conversa

ing honor grades at Storekeeper D.C., commanded by Major 17th 1008 2228 0354 1604 tion,. for beginners and advanced

LADDERWith School, he finally ran across in 18th 1050 2307 0430 1644 students. Woodworking, uphol
John G. Reynolds participated
Roberta. 19th 1128 2344 0506 1723 stering, and boatbuilding will be
Civilians WHEN ROBERT was graduatedin the first battle of Bull Run on 20th 1204 0540 1801 given. The art of molding and

the latter part of June from July 16, 1861. polishing plastics will also be

(Periodically the Jax Air Newt .. taught.A .
in with the Industrial '.
cooperation full academic high school
I'r'
Relations Department will list Longtime Friend ,; I
program will be available for
various promotions Naval Air
those working toward high school
Station civilian personnel.) i
Adm. Sheehy ,. graduation. Included are social
since
Promotions effected Aug. x
r studies, mathematics, science and
20 through Sept. 9 show seven
NARTUA English subjects. Elementary and
Visits
from four departments, includingtwo '
Junior High School classes will
.klL
from Overhaul and Repair,
man who has a devoted 1 be held for adults. Special em-
three from Public Works, and one
attachment to NAS Jackson- 4k phasis will be given to adults who
each at Supply and Miscellaneous. j R
ville stopped off on anotherone are non-readers or poor'readers.
Promoted at Public Works were
Henry Simmons, truck driver 3rd of his numerous trips here THE HIGH SCHOOL equivalency
last week. testing
2nd diploma program
step to truck driver step;
Rear Adr. Maurice Sheehy, will be continued. The general
Charlie Powell, truck driver 3rd
Chaplain Corps, currently affiliated educational refresher course will
tep to truck driver 2nd step;
with George Washington also be given. Drawing and painting -
and Martin Manley, clerktypistGS2 visitto ., xretti 5
paid two-day
University, a classes will be held.
to General Supply Clerk
GS-3. NARTU Jax last Thursday and Other classes to be offered will

O & R personnel promoted include -I Friday during his whirlwind tour be speed reading, psychology, professional
units
Air Reserve
Jeannette Alderman, clerk. of Naval writing, great books,
the nation.
typist GS-2 to supervisory clerk, throughout understanding symphonies, parliamentary
GS-3. ONE OF THE chaplains stationed procedure, occupational

Advanced at Supply was just a here few when months the old Station in 1941 was, IV! & guidance and information,

Thomas Higginbotham, general in ._ piano, effective speaking, international
Chaplain Sheehy was highly """w.-"y- ---
supply clerk GS-3 to freight traf- strumental the building of the JAX OLDTIMERS l\InT-When Rear Adm. Maurice Sheehy affairs, teen-ago pro-

fic clerk: GS-4. in both (center), visited NARTU Jix last week he had an opportunity to blems, and law and your life.
taking part
Base chapels,
Helen Dalton, Miscellaneous meet with two old "shipmates" who were stationed at NAS Jax In .
Group, was promoted from clerk their design and construction. 1941, Capt. Norman O. Anderson (left), commanding officer of Calling Brownie MothersAll
However he did not stay around NARTU, and Capt. Henry C. DeLong (right), commanding officer
typist GS-2 to clerk typist GS3. long enough to see them commissioned of NATTCenter. Now with George Washington University, Admiral mothers of Brownies of

but has made many visits Sheehy on active duty for 30 days making a tour of NARTU units Troop 154 and mothers interestedin
Girl Scout Troop 35 scattered throughout the nation. A frequent visitor to Jax, he
to having their daughters join a
returned
has
in the past. He
helped plan the Station chapels, considered among the finest In
To Meet\ Sept 18 deliver the main sermon at the entire military establishment. Brownie troop, are requested to

Girl Scout Troop No. 35 will Christmas time at St. Edward's with the Admiral. meet with Mrs.: Wadsworth at the

hold it's first meeting Tuesday, Chapel for several years. cruises. Brownie Hut, Mainside Theatre,
for Admiral Sheehy on his last trip NARTU Jax was the 22nd uniton
September 18 at the scout club NOW ON ACTIVE duty at 1030 Sept 18.

house, located in Building 612, thirty days, Admiral Sheehy, dur- renewed acquaintances with old Admiral Sheehy's agenda. Up- Further information can be had

next door to the Mainside movie. ing his tour, is investigating and "shipmates" like Capt. Henry C. on completion of his tour he will be phoning extension EV-41150.

The meeting will begin promptly attempting to improve the religious DeLong, commanding' officer of return to Washington to make a S. i
Anderson Gladiator What the cannibal
O.
facilities and moral training NATTCenten and'Capt. N. :
at 1600. Anyone desiring fur-
ther information, contact scout available to "Weekend Warriors" I skipper of NARTU, who report of his survey to the Bureau said after he ate the lady explorer -

stationed here in 1041 along of Personnel ,
their annual summer were
leader, Mrs. Metcalf at EV 7-6527. during

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Basic SupervisorCertificates


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t/j
,:

: :'.' ;; To 28 EmployeesTwentyeight

'.. V
.. in-training
.' supervisors -

..".., at NAS Jax completed
in |onr state ;. .:': :' .' ,. 60 hours of basic supervisor train

INDIANA ing conducted by the Training Division -
? Industrial Relations De-
Registration is permanent unless :
the voter Is notified that his 44 t partment, and received certifi-
name has been removed from "r M cates Monday afternoon from

the registration list. ,, P'Q4kyi: i iG Capt. W. S. Harris, commanding
officer of the Station.
Unregistered members of the

Armed Forces are registered auto- Capt. Harris congratulated all

matically when .a properly executed I( members of the group, pointingout

Federal Post Card application > > that good employee-manage

for an absentee ballot has ment relations arc essential to

been accepted by election offi 0fNAVY'S production.
cials. --.
THE SUPERVISORY training
Because of a Constitutionaldoubt FIRST CARRIER-Anchored in the harbor of Chrlstobal, Canal Zone, the USS Langley includes such essentials
was a far cry from today's super carriers like the 60,900-ton USS Forrestal pictured on Page One. as Organ
unregistered servicemenare Some 50 pioneers of Naval aviation, many who flew from the Langley's flight deck, will board the ization for Management ((8 hrs.);
advised to request an "Absen- giant Forrestal Sunday its participants In the Navy's first "Early Aviators Cruise" Supervisory Leadership (6 hrs.);

tee Registration" form from the Personnel Policies, Preceduresand

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Activities ((10 hrs.); Personnel *
Pioneers Of Naval Aviation To Hold Reunion
county of residence. (Residentsof Actions Workshop ((12 hrs.) ;

Allen, Delaware, Elkhart, Lake, and hrs.
Safety Security, ((6 );
Madison, Marion, St. Joseph, Aboard Modern Giant Carrier Forrestal Conducting Job Training ((12 hrs.)

Vigo or Vanderburgh counties and Supervisory Cost Control

should request the form from Fifty pioneers of naval aviation Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Vorys, R. C. Ireland, Rear Adm. ((6 hrs.). Each course is scheduledat
the Board of
Registration, countyof and retired from the the in least once every year, with 80
Navy
residence.) The completed men who helped mould David S. Ingalls, Comdr SamuelS. percent attendance required of

forms should be returned to the the Navy's Air Arm duringits 1948. Walker, Kenneth R. Smith, trainees. Also a minimum of 70

proper official before Oct. 8. infancy, will board the In addition to Admiral Ramsey Francis R. Lynch, Guy McLaughlin percent is required on all test4

the All above others manner.may also register in giant supercarrier USS For- rals', several will be other making retired the cruise.Admi- Henry Landon, Anthony Feher given, group discussions and par-

restal Sunday as participantsin They include, Vice Adm. P. N. L. Lt. Ralph M. Strader, George ticipation.For .
For further information
voting officer see the Navy's first "Early Bellinger, who served as Com- Crompton,' Merrill P. DeLano, the next six weeks the new

your NEW YORKA Aviators Cruise". mander Air Force, Atlantic from Colley W. Bell, John.J. Shieffelin, supervisors will be oriented in
943-4C; Rear Admiral Albert C. Percival S. Fuller, John C. Fos- their appointments by their immediate
member.of the armed forces
The 60,000 ton vessel is sched-
lead, who commanded the NC-4, ter, Francis I. Amory, Duncan H. superiors on applicable
and accompanying parentor uled arrive in
spouse, to the Mayport Carrier -
first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Read, Harry B. Gordon, W. F. items on a Check List for New
child if anda
a qualified voter Basin early Saturday morn-
; Vice Admiral Edward O. Mudge, Comdr. W. J. Warburton, Supervisor Instruction and Orien
resident of the election district
,, ing and will get underway Mon
McDonnell; who was awarded a Comdr. George W. Shaw, Ken- tation. Instructional and planned
becomes
registered automaticallywhen day morning for two days of car-
one of the following has; rier trials Medal of Honor during World neth Keyes, John T. Remey, Roland interviews will be recorded, on
qualification by pilotsof
been War I and Rear Admiral David Palmedo, Gardner Dumas, completion of which the records
filled and
out
properly returned > Carrier Air Group One.
to the Division for Ser- :S. Ingalls, the Navy's only ace Lcdr. T. P. Grosvener, Robert L. will be filed in individual per

vicemen'i Voting, Office of the< MANY OF THE "old timers" during World War I. Biggers, Donald B. Alvord, Benjamin sonnel folders.

Secretary of State, Albany 1, N.Y.: were flying more than three dec- OTHER EARLY NAVAL aviators -; B. Dowell, Henry L. Ben- THE SUPERVISORY training

1. Federal Post Card application ades ago when planes set world making the cruise are: jamin, Lt. Gen. Field Harris, program was initiated in Jan.

; 2. New York Division for records at less than 100 miles per Capt. Holden C. Richardson, Fredrick E. King, L. V. Lamar, 1955. It is intended for IVa or IVb

Servicemen's Voting Form 1; 3. A hour. During the cruise they will H. W. Scofield, Comdr. T. Clifford Comdr. Thomas Chapman, Lt. employees initially appointed to

letter containing your New York: observe steam catapult launchingsand Rodman, Charles B. Gould, Raymond Attwood, Lcdr. Gibson supervisory positions, with 10 or

and present military address,, arrested landings by jets in Comdr. C. A. Walker, John V. Gardner, Rear Adm. Campbell more employees working under

signed by you and all dependentswho the more-than-600 mph class. Farwell, Jr., Congressman J. M. Keene, and Capt. A. O. PrieL their supervision.

are also requesting ballots. This first hand opportunity to
Completing the course this
Except for those named above view modern Navy air power
week were Marcus J. Oliver,
and residents of Nassau and from the Forrestal will be in wide
E. Owen Horace G. Rhodes
Lynn ,
Broome counties, registration in contrast to the days when manyof kV: Elmer C. Robinson, Maurice C.

person is required of all other: them flew from the deck of Taylor, R. William Vogel, CharlesW.

qualified voters. Such registrationis the USS Langley, the Navy's first > a kftt Backenstose, Bruse L. Barker,
accomplished at the office of: aircraft carrier.
Glenn E. Blythe, Casey O. Din-
the board of elections home of j *
: HEADING THE group will be ; t4tK kins, J. E. Gay, Aaron W. Godwin,
residence time before
tember 20.any Sep Admiral DeWitt C. Ramsey (ret), Martin V. MaGee, John R. Mc-

NORTH CAROLINA currently President and General *,aa Quillan, James H. Reed, Edward
Manager of Aircraft Industries I R. Weir, Joseph B. Hand, John,C.
Registration is for
permanent
: Association of America Inc. Dur- Home Jr., William i i H. Kibler,
all voters except for members of:
ing World War II he served Herbert W. McMillin, Shellie D.
the Armed Forces who have been
discharged. aboard Pacific-based carriers and Faircloth and Joseph A. McSwain
subsequently became Comman- Jr., all of Overhaul and Repair
Servicemen, their wives and civilians
-
der-in-Chief U. S. Pacific Fleet.In I Department
serving with the Armed
1946 he assumed the post of Fred Kimbrell, Donald McLeod,
Forces outside the U. S., who are
qualified, become registered auto- Walter C. Ashley, Joseph E. Firt,
matically when an application for Tulsa and Oklahoma counties,, and Leamon L. Norris, of Public

an absentee ballot has been 'ac- should have a "Request for Reg Works Department; and Otto E.

cepted by the appropriate election: istration by Mail" at the County Gundel of Supply Department.

officials. Registrar, county of residence, -...----
between Oct 627. In .
Muskogee,
,
All other persons must register: )V\dy, M'y "l a k
In person at the office of the Reg- Oklahoma and Tulsa counties, -MMM Seek To ExpandToastmasters
registration be
may accomplishedin
istrar, county of residence. Applicants -
the same way any time before
apply for
may registration:
Oct. 27.
between Oct. 13-27.

OKLAHOMARegistration WYOMING Plans for enlarging the Jax

is permanent unless Registration is permanent unless Navy Toastmasters Club to Include -
__ _.
a voter moved from one a voter failed to vote in any .n chiefs and master sergeants,

county to another, failed to vote general election.Unregistered THEY'RE ALL YOURS other enlisted personnel, and civilians -
in three consecutive state-wide members of the NOW" Comdr. Laurence Williamson -
Post were underway today ata
Operations (left) who assumed
elections or failed to re-register Armed Forces, and civilian em- duty as Operations, Officer at meeting of interested persons at

since March 1, 1954 in all counties ployes of agencies serving with NAS Jax Monday, manages a the Marine Aviation Detachment
except Beckham, Canadian, the Armed Forces are registered At NAS Jax grin as he accepts a pile of Office of NATTCenter.The .

Greer, Harper, Jackson, King- if information on the absentee books, records, and files from
ballot Is accepted. his predecessor Comdr. NormanD. "Papa and Mother," or the
fisher, Lincoln, Major, Pontotoc, To Williamson
Johnson. Comdr. Johnson fond parents' plan of the Jax
Pottawatomie, Seminole, Step Any qualified person may reg will go to.NAS Alameda, from Officers
Navy Toastmaster Club
hens, Texas, Wagoner, Wood and ister by absentee process by first Comdr. Laurence B. Wil- where Comdr. Williamson has ,
like other ideas intends
Woodward. requesting an "Oath of Appli iamson, of Brookhaven, Miss., just arrived.the and good ., to

Members of the Armed Forces cant'to Register" from the County has relieved Comdr. N. D. duty as Operations Officer grow perpetuate.Maj.

and civilians serving with the City or Town Clerk, place of Johnson as Operations Offi- only 18 months ago, has been ordered E. J. (Mal) Maloney, of

Armed Forces 'outside the U.s., residence, at any time before Od, cer of NAS Jacksonville. for duty as Operations Of- the Marine Aviation Detachmentand

and their spouses may vote by absentee 7. It must be returned before Oct Comdr. Williamson served as ficer of the attack carrier USS Lt. Ken Knoizen of Naval

process without being reg 22. maintenance officer and briefly Yorktown operating out of NAS Air Weapons System School, are

istered. Others may register or PUERTO RICO and the VIR- as executive officer of VR-2, a Alameda. two of the Toastmasters behind

re-register either in person or by GIN ISLANDS have no provi- transport squadron based at NAS lie will report there Jan. 1, the move.

mail. sions for absentee voting. Alameda, before being ordered to after completing a Seagoing Refresher "At least," said another Toast-

I Those registering by mail whore For further information, eon- Jacksonville. Course at the Naval master, "it gives you a chance to

not residents of Miskogee, suit your voting officer.-(AFPS) Comdr. Johnson, who\ assumed .Training Center, San Diego, Calif out-talk your wife."



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13 September 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven I



AI Sabo Named
Lighted Field For Center Varsity


Athletic Aide Center AthleticsNaval Cagers Begin


At NATTCenter Air Technical Training
Center athletics will go under Season Nov. 15

Al Sabo, former University of the lights this fall with instal-
Alabama football star, this week- lation now near completion on : Coach Don "Ish" Isherwood's

end assumed duties as Director of the field adjoining King Hall NATTCenter basketball team will

Athletics at the Naval Air Techni. Ten poles are being installed. open its season November 15th in

cal Training Center, Lt. Bill amounting to 100 lights. King Hall against the cagers from

Lyons, Special Services Officer, Eyeing the future for soft- Moody Air Force Base,According
announced. ball, and probably touch foot- to the tentative schedule be.

ball, NATTCenter Special ing lined up.
Sabo, who played for Alabamaas
a blocking quarterback in foot- } x; : Services had the new equip- With the opening of practicelast

ball,-and as a member of the base- ment installed It is the first week, Coach Isherwood has

ball team, was a member of the of its. kind at the Center.It 30 players turning out and expects -

teams of 1940 through 1942. lie .r is intended to play at to cut this number to a 15

has two bowl games under his least one intramural softball man working squad by October
.4 Q w tilt under the lights.: but the 1.
belt including the 1943 Orange
NATTCenter softball team will
Bowl at Miami when the Crimson Qt.: % 3\, Y hold priority. Scheduling of Included in the aspirants is

Tide beat the Eagles of Boston Hank Powell, lanky hoopster
with downtown clubs or
College, 37-21, and the 1942 Cot- 1/4/! t games leagues also is contemplated. from Training Facilities, who this
ton Bowl, when Alabama out- spring set a new scoring record

lasted Texas A & M, 2920. -.........,., .. ..">"'" ..,., ..."_,,,.............. /'.....,......."'..."'.,''>'..."II.....>I._ both for a single game and for
AFTER COACHING South Terrible tragedy on Roosevelt the season in the NATTCenter
NATTCENTER RECREATION AIDE-Al Sabo, former tnl-
Intramural .
western Louisiana in 1945 and versity: of Alabama football and baseball star, is welcomed to the Blvd. A tree surgeon ran into a League.In

1946, he coached the University of Training Center Welfare & Recreation Department by: Lt. Bill tree and nearly fainted when he addition to home and away

Alabama freshmen for two years Lyons capacity: (:right as recreation), Special leader.Services Officer Sabo will serve in a civilian learned it was one of his patients. games with Service teams in the

while studying for his master's I Southeast, the Scholars also will

degree in physical education.In enter Class A of the JacksonvilleCity

1948 and 1949 his Panama 12 Teams Await League. It is planned that

(Florida) High School elevens JAX AIR some of these City League gamesbe !
took part in the Shrimp Bowl and Vollyball PlayAn SPORTSCrackerjax played at King Hall.

the Jaycee Bowl, winning both of even dozen teams await .
NEWS
them. the opening whistle of the Fall

HE CAME HERE FROM Oak Mainside 'Intramural Volley- Hospital Gains

Ridge, Tenn., where he was recre- ball League which opens play

ation director. Sept. 17.Games. Lead In
will be played at Eliminated In SemisOf Early

Mainside Gym during the noon
Fliers Face hour this year with action Links CircuitAt

starting at 1115 and 1215. Pre- SoftballErrors
All-Navy Eastern the end of the first week's
Tough Foes viously games were played on Mainside Intramural golf play -
home courts ala sandlot style
spelled defeat for the Jax Navy Crackerjax who were Hospital leads with 16'A points
eliminatesthe
This
year's system
On Court flexible atmosphere of the eliminated in the semifinal round of the All-Navy Eastern Softball followed closely by NARTU with

Championships at Norfolk by Bainbridge, 2-1. 16.
and the
past gives sport a more
Jacksonville Navy's Fliers face the On Sept 7 NARTU shutout
professional air.Competing The loss to Bainbridge was
one of the toughest basketball tom of the third first baseman Ann I
for the coveted second in the tourney for the Jax Supply-Fiscal, 9-0, Fasron 109 and
slates in years, an early glance: at crown will be defending cham- Waves thus eliminating them Cooper singled and came home on Factu 9P1iwith 4% apiece, Oper-
the schedule reveals. Nancy Ward's double. ations downed ComFairJax
had 5% to
pion VFP-62, VAH-1 Hospital, from the picture. They pre-
The Fliers, who open practice Fasron Six, VAH-3, Fasron viously been victim of a no-hit The Crackerjax started oft in 34, and V All-! won over VFP-

October 15 will meet such tough 109, FactuLant, Marine Bar- no-run effort at the hands of their first tourney fray with a 62, 7 to 2.Results. '

clubs as the Gibbs Vikings of Jax, racks, VP-18 VA-172, Special Patuxent Rivers, 40. win over Philadelphia, 6-4. Thenin of Friday,.Sept. 7 show

Florida AAU champs; Parris Island Services, and VW4. PATUXENT captured the the next outing, against Patux the Hospital linksters winningover

Marines; and Fort Gordon, championship with a 4.1 victoryover ent, the Naves went hitless to Fasron Six, 8 to 1, VAII-3
Ga., among others. finals. lose 4-0. The second loss spelledthe over Supply-Fiscal] 5 to 4, and
the
in
I Bainbridge
Fort Gordon is paced by All-I Mainside Touch Grid end of the road for the Crack- NARTU beat Fasron 109, 72.

American1 Tom Gola, formerly of All losses are tough to take, erjax who now concentrate on Monday saw Factu edge Oper-
LaSalle. Set To Open Sept. 17 but the Crackerjax loss to Bain- the Jacksonville City League ations, 5 to 4, VAH-1 down Corn-

The Fliers fielded no varsity The probable starting date for bridge in the semis was a heart- where they are involved in a bat Fair Jax, 5 to 4, Hospital beating

team last fall, with the team be- Mainside intramural touch football breaker, with hurler Fitzpatrick tle for the championship. VFP-62, 8 to4, and FAW-ll

, ing selected from the ranks of intramural will be Sept. 17. letting the winners down with ; defeating Fasron Six, 9 to 0.
Both of Bainbridge's .
outfits have entered one lone single. r
players at Mainside and Twelve
NATTCenter.Since their teams in competition for the runs were unearned, Needed
crown vacated by VP-3. scoring in the top of the fourthon Referees Training Center
there returning
are no two errors, an overthrow anda
The following will compete: Touch F-Ball
For
veterans, the berths are wide .
ball.THE
open VAIM, Hospital, VFP-62, 0 & R, passed T-Ball Season

4Mainside VP-18, VA-172, Communications, CRACKERJAX themselves Referees are vitally neededfor
Personnel, VAII-3, Operations, mustered two hits, both this year's Mainside intra-
Bowling NARTU, VW-4. figuring in the scoring. In the bot- mural touch football league. Opens MondayThe

Those interested should con-
< Services in Build- NATTCenter touch football
Deadline 28 tact Special
Sept. season will open on Monday
ing 930. Those selected will receive -
Sept. 17 with play being held
Deadline for entry in the fall $2.50 per game.
three times a week and four
season of intramural bowling is ...
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fields being utilized.
September 28th. To date sixteen
teams have enrolled for the Missies Retain The schedule is now&eing pre-
league which starts October 8th. pared and the following teams

The defending champions from have signified entry: Support .

ComFairJax may have trouble Links LeadDespite Splinters, Aviation Ordnanceman
this School], Naval Air Weapons Sys-
year, for the league is adopt- a 4-2 defeat at the
tem School Airmen
PreparatorySchool
ing a system of handicap bowling. "
hands of Bob McCauley's Aviation Marine Aviation Detach-
This will give the weaker teamsa the
Ordnancemen golfers,
ment, Aviation i Storekeepers
greater chance against the teams
Naval Air Weapons System
with School and Aviation Ground Of-
strong bowlers. School, defending champion, is ficers School, the latter with two
Trophies will be awarded to the striding atop the heap in the teams.

first and second place teams, plus NATTCenter intramural league
There will be two rounds to the
individual awards to the membersof : Ed Gottlieb's Missilcmcn, consisting schedule. Last year's championis

the winning team. In addition to of Hank Holdcn, Joe Fre- Aviation Ordnancemen School;

these prizes the league will award nctte, Ralph Haire, Tom Casey, .

trophies to the bowler with the Sam Ward, Nolan Tabor and John
r2
highest average, the bowler with Adams now hold a comfortable] Sparkies, Missies

the highest game, and the bowler three-and-a-half game lead over Win V-Ball Openers
with the highest scores for three second place Aviation Ground
Opening volleys in the NATT-
individual
games.WEATHER Officers as the first round of play
Center intramural volleyball
t. was scheduled to end today.
tournament being held during the
OUHOOKFridayrMostly NATTCenter Golf .
WON LOST)4avAlrWeapa noonhour in Rosendahl gym-
fair and warmer. _. 28 13 Building 513 were fired Monday.
."JJO'W: -. --- -- AGO School 23 11
the NATTCenter horseshoe AE! School 24U" 10'" Aviation Electricians defeated
Saturday-Continued fair with SHOE CnAl\IPS-U1 their 4W record sweeping in the singles, AK School' tossers Administration AO School 23 23V5 ISKunSpllntort 12V4 Airmen Preps No. 2, 21-1, 21-5;
plus
widely afternoon thunder showers. doubles, Training Center championship It was the second title thissummer 16 won the who annexed the table tennis frown AN-1'(5)( School 13 17
for the storekeepers AN-Y(2)( School 10% 25 School downed the Support Splin-
Sunday_Warmer and fair. The horstshoe team (Ielt to right) M/Sfft Aomer Marshall, Ed MarAvDet ]:75 3\ ters, %1-0, 214.
Afternoon showers. Novotny, John Reheard, and John Fagenbush. AK School 30.






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Presents Latest Problem Ise.. trailer FOR, $50.RENT 5418 Wescon-

nett Blvd. (rear), EV 89439.

While the improved reenlistment picture encourages the Navy, k, Dp1 r Parks. .

the problem now is the number of junior regular officers who are hI 1 bdrm. furn.. hse. $65. 4526 Delta

resigning.The Ave. EV 9-M28.. .Parks.

resignations of lieutenants Will share home with lady or

(junior grade) and lieutenants is career "line officers during the Navy widow.. 6044 Sabre Dr.,

current fiscal year. Venetia,Terrace. EV 8-8719. .
said to be excessive, and Indica

tions are that the Navy means to Forty-six percent of the ac-. 2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $90. 2322

do something about the problem. tive-dnty officers in this fiscal, t. rKy Woodridge Rd., Cedar Shores.

Without elaborating& Rear Adm. year will be regular career officers EV 82717. Walton.

Howard A. Yeager, assistant chiefof with about 34,000 Regulars 6 rm. furn. hse. $100. EL 52416. I

Naval Personnel for personnel of about 78, 00 officers at the Donvan.

control, noted that the Navy end of June 1957, 2 bdrm., turn. apt. 706 KingsleyAve

,would obtain about 1,650 new Adm. Yeager said that the-line EV 75920. Quigley

aviation officer situation "is sen. V 4 rm. turn hse. $45. 5231 Timu-

sitive," with not enough stayingin quana Rd. Reimcr.

First Of Fleet the service beyond their obligated -. Will share home with lady or

service. lie added that 92 couple. 2963 Dellwood Ave. EV

Of Bantams Eyed percent of career enlisted men 9-7848.lIurst.

will reenlist during the current 4. 3 rm.furn. apt. 1535 Hubbard St.
fiscal year, with the overall aver ya t''daf w. + +' EV 99702. Neth.Efflcency .

By Sailing ClubFirst age reenlistment rate 46 percent, ANOTHER' LEAVES FASRON SIX-John Rice, AMC, with apt 2804 Lydia St. EV

as compared with 35 percent in 20 years' service, was released to the Fleet Reserve In ceremony at 98756. Fowler.
of the Jax Navy SailingClub' fiscal 1956.Shortages Fasron Six Chief Rice was piped over the side by a formation of
one-design year shipmates. Prior to transfer to Fasron Six, Rice served two yean FOR SALE
four-boat fleet
exist in several tech. with VA-46 at Cecil Field. He was the fourth chief transferred to 35' hse. trailer. $500 cash.
Sheps
of Rhodes Bantams is expectedfor nical ratings, such as aviation the Fleet Reserve by Fasron Six in the past month.,
with sails Trailer Pk., Orange Pk. Ulmer.
delivery, complete ,
electronics technician ratings.
in October to 2 bdrm. hse. $49 mo. 5232 Camille
early according&
Comdr. Robert Woodside of -- 5- Survivor Benefits 'Law Hikes Ave., Lakeshore.. Williams

NATTCenter, the club's commo- 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 4634 Verona
Ave. EV 4-3201.

dore.Designed for racing, with mainsail Income Of Service WidowsAs 33' hse trailer. $1900. Lot 30.

Yukon Trailer Pk. Wllt .-
and the 14-
'jibsail spinaker,
foot Bantams will form the nucleus the federal government prepares to increase payments to 2 bdrm. C. B. hse. $43 mo., FHA

of Jax Navy sail racing. l- -:1U OT widows drawing compensation for the line-of-duty death ,of a ser. equity. 5873 Oaklane Dr., Wes-

The craft carries a main of 761% Y viceman, under Public Law 881 effective Jan. 1, 1957, some interest- connett. EV 7-3897. Bolinger. ,"

square feet; the jib, 44 sq. ft; and ing facts are revealed.Of 3 bdrm; C. B. hse. 7401 Grcenwav
Club officials announced that Dr., Ortega Hills. EV 9-3231.
the spinaker, 52 sq. ft. They havea such widows who
112,641 benefits
addition
until the closing of the swimming in to for any Replogle.
19 ft. 5 in. mast draft of 4 ft.
; Administration
2 in. with the centerboard lowered pool'and patio, the patio bar will were getting Veterans minor children. At the start of 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. $400 dwn. Cen ,
continue be the assistance on Aug. 1 of the new' year, they will receive 4
and 5V4 in. with the centerboard to open during ter Pk.: EV 73079. Boyer.
hours of pool operation. No patio this year, five were widows'of $112| a month plus 12 per cent of 3 bdrm. riverfront hse. Two
raised; a 9 ft. boom; and a 5 ft. who the Indians be-
men fought the deceased serviceman's base
dinners will be served for the baths with landscaped grounds.
61% in. beam.
balance of the season. fore the Civil War between the pay at the time of.his death. $30,000 total. $15,000 dwn.
The Bantams can be handledby North and the South; 117 were
The club is now featuring special However, some widows may be Orange Pk. EV 7-J934.\ Whitak-
one person, although a crew of widows of Civil War servicemen;
luncheons at only 45 center receiving payments greater than ere
two is better with one person on 1,096 of Spanish-American War
order from 1100 until 1300 the increased benefits nota- MISCELLANEOUSRide
the tiller and mainsheets and one > servicemen; 33,797 of World WarI new ,
Tuesdays through Fridays. The bly widows of reservists who get wanted to San Francisco,
on spinaker and jib. However, to servicemen; 59,355 of World WarII
allow daily luncheon will be posted in 45 percent of their husband's Calif. Leaving about Sept. 20-
as many as possible to take servicemen; 9,008 of Korean
the In addition to not to exceed $525 25. Will share CO 4-
dining room. gross pay, a expenses.
part, a crew of three probablywill War servicemen; and 9,263 were
be used.Freelancers. the special, a large variety of widows of servicemen who have month, under a Federal Employees 4711. McClain.

5s I sandwiches and soups are avail- died in peacetime. Compensation benefit. Also, Riders wanted from Venetia Ter

most Korean War widows, and race to NAS. Working hrs;
Host I able.A schedule of dances from now WITII THE EXCEPTION Of some in the Regular Establish. 07001530. EV 8-4867.
those whose husbands were reservists -
until the first of the year will ment category, are drawing the 10 Ride wanted from Avondale sec-
widows have been
To 56-Target be published in the near future. all these year $96.90 indemnity under the tion to NAS. Working hrs:
I getting $87 a month from the VA,
The first indoor dance Of the fall so-called "free insurance" which I 07301600. Ext. 640 or EV 9-2528.

Shoot I season will be held on_Saturday ends at the end of this year, in Rhoda Saleeby.

SundayThe evening,'Oct. 6 in the ballroom. Meet To Form addition to the $87. Ride wanted from Murray Hill to

Jax Navy Freelancers Further details will be publishedat Club THE SURVIVOR BENEFITSAct NAS. Working bra: 07301600.
Skin
Diving
archery club will be host on the an early date. will not take away these Ext. 8246. Eckels.

NATTCenter range Sunday to a A meeting will be held at 1900, higher benefits, and those receiving .

56-target broadhead (cut-out targets BC-BS Payments Sept. 20 at the NAS Jax Library, them may continue to do

I ) shoot. 3 for the of until elect the Survivor -
Registration time is Monthly payments for DlueCross..Blue Building purpose so they new $110,000
0900-0930. Skin Club. Benefits rate.
forming a Diving
Shield is due by Sept
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The Freelancers fell off in lastSunday's 17-18. Members are reminded that All those interested in skin div- Each service is now drawing up level.

shoot, held at the Cecil the increase in rates is not effec- ing, experienced or inexperienced, conversion tables ,comparing, all recommended
Field St. Johns Chairman of the Navy-Duval
Bowhunters range tive until October. are urged to attend. : grades and ratings held by servicemen _
and only placed two of its team I Community Fund Drives for 1950
from the intrepid Indian
Results: !is Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, 0 ft R
fighters of the past to the present '
Expert B Frank Sakamoto, officer; Representatives of each
y atomic age servicemen. The table
Jax Bowman, 550; Ted Gissen- major activity have been appointed -
will be used to compute the 12 percent
daner, Jax Bowman, 536; Pat to the steering committee
'of base in each individual -
Porter, Cecil Field, 529. pay which includes Comdr. P. W,
case, in order to calculate
Bowman Julian Smysor, payments under the new law.' McEntire, ComFairJax; Comdr.
Gainesville, 481; Fred Davenport; R. .M. Stricter, FAW-11; Comdr.

Cecil Field, 452; C. A. Roberts, -- 5 P. D. Cronemiller, Hospital;

Gainesville, 434. fr y r i+." "''7 Comdr. L. R. Miller, G. K. Totten,

Archer Won by Al Bradford, Set Organization NATTC; Comdr. E. A. Fisher,

Cecil Field, 328. (Continued from Page 1) NARTU; Lt Col. R. W. Teller,

Novice Lloyd Townsen, 249, 9> ; j A y.C..Ra.. Yl its costumes, properties to be assembled MARTD; LtJg( ) J. H. Chambers,

Gainesville; Eloise Porter, Cecil, and innumerable othe"backstage" ComNabSix; Lcdr. H. T. Hitchcock -

193; Larry Roberts, Gainesville, duties without whichno Walter Tokarz, NAAS May-
90. btL, t Yt 3<,.p.\:yG:> (iii k+4 a port; Comdr. R. D. Ettinger, Lcdr.
show can be produced.
Novice, Jr. Won by J, Frier .Those who have already listed G. R. Brickley, Phil Myers, Rex

son, Gainesville, 309. their names with the Service Information .. Whiddon, and Andrew Flaney,
Open Won by Fred Rails- NAS Jax.
'v Office, NAS (extension
back 4O2O56
Jax Navy, 415; W. H
272 or 656) have been notified of
Howard, Jax Navy, 395 Charlie &-
; : i
: the meeting. But many others are
.. Deveaux, Cecil Field, 346.
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Shore V4V The'Spirit of the Navy," writ- rwjj( uutj uouunau

Duty ten. expressly for the Navy to nrau utiuKJ

(Continued from Pare If) be put on by the Navy, is expected F HusiHonni IIQJ
+ to be of the biggest
divers ((5314)). advanced undersea one
\ S ventures into show business ever
weapons techs (9972)) explosive "
seen at this Station. Firmly based
ordnance disposal techs special
,
on history, many of its episodeswill
weapons disposal techs. SERVICE-Familiar to ear owners authorized to use the Navy prove to be real eye-openers N
Potomac River Naval Command: Exchange Service Station and who run oat of ras, ret a flat tire, to personnel of today's 'Navy.
Master divers, photo Interpretation or find themselves with a dead battery, is Jimmie Clark and his
tech ((9963)), photogrammetrytechs service truck. Always ready to come to the rescue In minor motor Now is the time to get into the
disasters In the road service recently offered to its patrons, the
act. Services talents and skills
((9963)), special disposal ,
weapons Navy Exchange Is meeting one more urgent demand for these needed. (Answer: to Puttie on Page X)
techs. are
living aboard the Station.
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