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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1956
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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VOL-14 NO. 28 Hen!. .f C..llel' HAB4ND Fleet Air' J V...'lllej Fleet Air' WU( lit Naeal Air Teck.Ud Tr jelig Ce.fcrj N.t.l UeipllU jMk...vllU. 4 October 1956



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ID'Card RegsOne \ (\ 44$4' DriveIn

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of the constant gripesof

military personnel will be aM a
has been just five days
ended with the announcementthat
since the opening whistle has
personnel I in uniform sounded for the 1956 Nav-

need no longer show any identification Duval Community Fund Drivo

cards in order to buy and already some units are approaching .
in armed forces exchanges. contributions of 100
percent.The .
Effective immediately a patron t 1 1S. gigantic I drive[ had its

who is in "complete regulation W< : :; ; :'."' .. kickoff last Friday at Mainsido

uniform" will be identified on ,, ,, 7' .: ., .. ....: .. ......... ., ._ .. Theatre with high ranking rep
sight as a bonafide exchange pa- .,. resentatives of participating com-
tron under the new Defense De- mands along ''with hundreds of
partment policy.Personnel : i campaign workers, in attendance
but the drive for soliciting beganin
not in uniform are L earnest Monday.
still cards.required to present their ID Personnel are advised to keep

their eyes on the master "score-
At the same time it was an- hS boards" at Mustin and Yorktown .
nounced that the Navy Depart- and at NATTCenter, and also unit
ment is going to put more ship's boards scattered throughout the
store profits into the recreationand station, for progress of the drive.
welfare fund. Ship's stores The result of the first week
afloat will give only five percent should be posted by early Mon
instead of 10 percent of their r, i k' day morning.
recreation fund to the central
REPRESENTATIVES of parti-!
fund. cipating .commands, all the way
Exchanges ashore will continueto down to those who do the actual
'
y a Mrs a i
contribute 10 percent of their a aC soliciting, joined hands in last Fri-
recreation fund to the central day's kickoff program to pledgo
fund. Exchanges send their pro- an all-out effort to raise the lofty
fits to the Navy Ship's Store Office goal of $110,000 for the Community
in Brooklyn. That office Fund and Navy Relief
keeps a small amount for admin- On hand to give the campaign
stration and sends some to Busters a solid sendoff, all pledging their
for central recreation needs. wholehearted support, were Capt.
Seth S. Searcy, Chief of Staff for
f FUND DRIVE KICKOFF Hundreds 01 campaign workers gathered with high ranking officers
of participating commands and representatives 01 $the Community Chest.United Fund Drive last Friday Commander Fleet Air Jackson.
Military\ Can Vole to lUck-of the campaign to raise $110,000 for the Nav1,Duval Community Fund Drive. In top vine, representing ComFairJax;
photo Capt. William S.Harris, NAS Jax commanding officer, one of the several commanding: officers Capt. William S. Harris, Com
Here If QualifiedMilitary on hand, delivers his wholehearted support message to the gathering. Lower photo shows the huge manding officer of NAS Jax;
crowd assembling just before the kick-off program began.
Capt. Benjamin Ahl, commanding
personnel desiringto
vote in Florida officer of Naval Hospital; Capt.
can registerif
Store Master Retention Norman Anderson, skipper of
Recruiting
they fulfill the following requirement Commissary ,
: NARTU; Capt. Henry C. DeLong,
Hours RevealedDue commanding officer NATTCenter
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((1)) Are 21 years of age; ((2)) Program Launched For '57 ; Capt. G. J. Fraunheim, commanding .
Have been a resident of the to many phones calls regarding officer of NAAS May-
state for 12 months as of Oct. 5 hours of the Commis. port; Comdr. T. S. White, Fleet
and have lived in Duval Coun sary Store, following A master plan aimed at intensifying and stimulating recruitingand [ Air Wing 11; Comdr. R. M.
ty for the last six months' as schedule is announced. Personnel rcenlistment. fiscal 1957 has been launched by the Navy. Brown, NAS Cecil Field; 8M Lt.
of Oct. 5.Residency. can clip this notice and Slogan for the 1957 campaign
new officers, plus another 6,000 Col. R. W. Teller, Marine Avia
off-station is not carry it with them: is "personalized recruiting and officer candidates and 2,500 naval tion Reserve Training Detachment .-
necessary. Assignment to dutyat Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday retention," broadened from last aviation cadets and aviation officer .
NAS Jax for the above per Saturday-0900-1500. year's "personalized recruiting." candidates.It FACTS AND FIGURES and in.

iod will fulfill the residency Thursday13001900. In calling upon all commands will also aim to have at least formation on the C o m m u n i t y
requirement. Sunday, Monday holidays- I and individuals to assist the two out of five reserve officers Chest-United Fund, were pre i
Registration must be accom. closed. Navy in its program, Vice Adm. due for release remain on duty sented by Harry Gonzales, Henry i
plished in at the Duval. James Jr. Chief of
person Holloway beyond his obligated tour. Dew and Hugh Abernathy The
County Registration Office, Naval Personnel, said success of trio lauded the military and civilian
221 East Adams St. This officeis WEATHER OUTLOOK the plan "rests on each indivi-I TilE PLAN will also seek to personnel of the Navy for r
open each weekday from_ Friday-P art l 17 cloudy and dual's profound conviction of the check resignation of junior officers their fine efforts on projects such ;
0800 to 1700, including Satur- warm. importance and indispensabilityof and get about 640 inactive as this.
day Oct. 6. It will be addition- Saturday-C Iou d y with rain the Navy in the defense of our Junior officers to como on active During the campaign all hand
ally open from 1800 to 2100 and continued warm. Country," duty; to enlist 93,000 new four- of commands based at NAS Jack ,
Friday Oct. 5. Registration will Sunday-P art 1 y cloudy with TilE 1957 recruiting and re year men and get 24,000 enlisted sonville, NAS Cecil Field, NAAS
close Oct. 6 at'1700. cooling temperatures.of tention plan seeks to obtain 16,000 reservists to volunteer for active Mayport and Navy Field Depotare

duty; to bring the reenlistmentrate being asked to make a contribution

I I NARTU's VP-741 Best Of Reserves .1 I percent of first and cruise the career men up reenlist to 25 drive." through Funds collected this "once will a year go

ment rate up to 90 percent; and to (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)Registration

Patrol Squadron 741 of Naval neighboring communities, for. ing the Korean outbreak." enlist men with higher IQ. ,

Air Reserve Training Unit, Jack merly won the honor in 1949. VP. COMMANDER ROGERS commanding Navy personnel planners are
741 was commended during the confident that the 1957 drive will TuesdayFor
sonville, based at NAS Jax, has ; officer, will receive the
Korean conflict by Sixth Fleet be successful
enough to maintainthe
Math
been declared the winner of the I trophy on behalf of his squadron required English
Commander strength of 598,200
famous Noel Davis trophy, em- in formal official ceremonieslater enlisted
Admiral John personnel. Last year'scritical A registration meeting for
blamatic of the best reserve pa- H. Just as he did as a Lieutenant situation:forced the Navy the Freshman English and
trol squadron in the Navy. Cassaday for Commander in 1949. He has to. draft 28,000 men.WEEKEND. Freshman Mathematics coursesto

The announcement came last outstandingperformance been squadron leader since 1947. be held by the Extension

week from Vice Adm. Dan Gallery off the islandof Lcdr. Noel Davis, officer whom TIDE Department of the Universityof
Florida will be held at 1930
fY the trophy is named after
Malta. VP- S7y was a 111011 LOW
Chief of Naval Air Reserve .
,
in Building 501, Room 201,
prominent civilian aviation
741 :
was among A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Training.The neer! Ire led the to the next Tuesday the Educationand
the first to be way Pio.1 Frl. 8:28: 8:47: 1:58: 2:31:
squadron, made up almost called for ac- lishment of the first Naval Sat. 9:14: 9.32: 2:42: 3:17: Information Office ofNATTCenter

entirely of Jaxons and residents I live duty durROGERS, t I. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. ) Sun. 0:59: 10:16: 3:25: 4:04: announced

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Disabling Injuries Through
Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville, Florida Tuesday, Oct. 3
NAS JackioBvUle: I This Month
Capt. William S. Harris Commanding Officer,
Coradr. Jlobcit 11. Smith .. .. ,-.. Executive Omcer VCtTG This Year J
l-lrtt Air JftcktOBtUle Days Since Last
near Adm. Delbert S. Corn*'ell L Commander .. y
Capt. S.:: S. Searcy, Jr .-.??.. Chief ol Staff 'aa"Co Lost Time Accident S
Fleet Air H'ig Elena __ ______ __ __ *
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod _. Commander Armed Forces Press Service is issuing'state-by-state informationon mfm m
Comdr. Richard Davis Chief Stall Officer
:
Natal Air Teehalcal TraUUj feater absentee voting. Five states are covered this week as part of the cate," must reach election offii
Capt. Henry C. DeLong Commanding Officer continuing series. cials by the close of polls Nov.
6.
Comdr. Edward W. Blihop' Executive Officer .
Naval hospital ALABAMA istrar between Oct. 17 and Nov. 1. Other qualified persons may
Capt Benjamin N. AM Commanding Officer
..apt. Marty. bhupp: .....-.-_--..? __ Executive Officer Members of the Armed Forces, IDAHO send a letter to the County Clerk,
NABTO voter unable to stating address' where registered
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer and their wives may send a Fed- Any qualified precinct number ,
Comdr. William E. Hardy _............ Executive Officer reach the polls may vote by ab- and address to
eral Post Card application to tho sentee process. which ballot should be sent Bal.

Jacksonville The JAX Florida AIR NEWS and is printed published commercially weekly at the with U.non-appropriated S. Naval Air Station.funds County Register in Equity, coun- Members of the Armed Forces, Ipts will be mailed after Oct. 7

at no expenne to the government ami In ct.mpllant* with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. ty.of residence, between Sept. 27 civilians serving the Arm'ed and must be returned by reg.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the and Noy. 1.: Ballots will be mailed Forces, and their dependents may istered mail to reach officials bv
U. S. Naval Hospital. after Oct. 16, and must be re- send a Federal Post Card applica- the close of polls Nov. 6.
Service. Information Officer "... Lt. Dave Beescly
'Managing Editor Andrew II. laney turned by Nov. 6. tion to the County Clerk, countypf NEW HAMPSHIRE

Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI} Nancy Ward J03. Other qualified persons may residence, after Sept. 7. Ballots Members of the Armed Forces

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. vote 'an absentee ballot in ad- will be mailed after Oct. ;Jf, civilians who Ve members oi
AFPS material appearing l In this publication may not be reprinted without
the written permission of Armed Forces fleas Service: Republication of ether vance of the election by appearingin Marked ballots, with completed agencies assisting the Armed
Editor matter, JAX except AIR by NEWS.service publications Is prohibited without- permission of person before the County Reg- "Registration and Voting Certifi- Forces, their spouses and dependents -

Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions when accompanying them
8340. 216 and 8161. -A- may send a Federal Post Card
-t r application to the
-- .._- _. ._ -_., Secretary of
State Concord, at any time be.
fore the election. Ballots will be

mailed about Oct. 17, and must be
returned by Nov. 6.

_\_ Other qualified persons must

request an "Application for Official
State Absentee Ballot" from

the City or Town Clerk any time
before the election. Applicants

w Y QjY'N must leave enough time to get
"v Yi fl
applications back to officials, re
ceive their ballots, and send the
IN GEOMETRY, there is a law that says, "The wholeIs 4/A marked ballots in,before Nov. C

equal to the sum of its parts." It's a simple idea, but it WEST VIRGINIA

applies to much more than just circles and squares on a
Any qualified unable
person to
school blackboard. t'i N s: reach the polls may vote by ab

rut together some pieces of metal and a few tiny jew- sentee process.

els and they make a" watch ; assemble pistons crankshaft, I. Members of the Armed Forces
valves, etc. and you have an, engine;-weld two dozen top. and civilians serving the Armed

athletes into a team and you have a championship baseball .1 Forces may send a Federal PostCard

club. li I application to the Clerk of

All these examples have two things in common: the 4 the Circuit Court, county of resi
end results seem much more impressive than the parts !! dence, any time before Oct. 27.

they're made of-but they would be worthless if one part ,Ballots will be mailed on receiptof

failed. applications and must be re

Nowhere is the importance of cooperation greater thanin .4 .., turned in time for forwarding to

the Armed Forces. The entire structure of the service is EXPEDITOR Speeding; up the lettering work of the Train election officials before Nov. 6.

built on the foundation of individual contributions in every ing: Facilities Art Shop at NATTCentcr is an embosograph being: Other qualified persons must
rank and job. When a man is transferred to a new'position, operated by Marine Sergeant Donald Oliver. request a "Verified Applicationfor

he immediately becomes part of a new unit, and the way he Absent Voter's Ballot" from

does his job reflects in the ratings of the entire group. Embosograph At TraFacs Gives above office. Executed applica-
tions will
be
There are few "glory spots" in the service, places accepted between
where'men can be prima donnas and show off their talents. Artists 'Illustrative' ChanceReleasing Oct. 7-27. Marked ballots must be
in early for Clerk of Cir
enough
The glory goes to the whole organization when its missionis
cuit Court to forward them to
accomplished. artists and drafts- in the Training Facilities Art : election officials by Nov. 6.
To every man who does his job faithfully day by day, Shop at the Naval Air Techni- I WISCONSINAny
illustrative
it is reward enough to ]know that his.contribution, big or men to work rather cal Training Center.Accomplishing I unable to

small, is a vital part of the great whole that.guards Amer- than sign painting is the in the minutes I reach the qualified polls may person vote by ab

ica. (AFPS) newly installed embosograph that which formerly took hoursof !sentee process.

I work, the machine turns out I Members of the Armed Forces

CROSSWORD multi-colored recessed faced civilians
PUZZLE serving the Armed

NavyRcvcalsDala .JACROSI '11 J of' 7 PUZZLES 10 II signs. : Forces and their spouSes and dependents -
l-Labtl 1 The signs, used for instruc- I if accompanying them
On Supersonic I-Part 4-Sacred of magi hUtch 1'1' I' .w tional purposes in the several Outside the continental U.S. may

It-\\ In*cup 5 schools, plus offices, barracks send Federal Card application
Carrier PlaneAn Ii-l'|\otlon i 17 a 0 ,., a Post -
14-Bod>' of water! ; and other installations, vary in to the County, City, Town
$86 million contract for li i-Repulae1.Had .' ... W. ;l"h 11 V/V1&: size from 3/8-inch type to as or Village Clerk, place of residence

research and development of a l"-Cri lt-.l'reflx mw.n: not t .) iy [011\ large as three-inch fonts. ... (Milwaukee residents 1

radically new "supersonic attack 21 22 1-tan"lIIm: Vn / ." Special gummed paper, apply to Board of Elections Com-
-Southern ,
weapon" has been blackbird. V/ // which, when heated after the missioners.) Applications will be
13-Covj-r I' ,o ::0" tl It) impressions are made, adhere accepted after Sept. 7, and ballots

awarded by the Navy. : ,.. // I the letters to the cardboard mailed about Oct. 16. Marked bal
The high-supersonic carrier 242l--ALoadlternatin-" ) .) : / : : ; /'l//: : : background. Even thin plywoodwill 'lots, with sworn statement must

based attack aircraft weapons 27 SK--.Siorac'n.of* pit IJI w 1 take the letter or insignia : be returned in, time' for deliveryto
t .,i 7 1' from the broze election officials 6.
29-I'aekage Of' alloy plates. Nov.
revolutionary
is actually a .1
system :
It-Wooll) iJ4 : ; .
two-place twin jet desig- -Va | are _.. I lilt 1ft ... Other qualified voters should
33eknched hand: Do You Have for Ab-
Insurance request an "Application
1(
nated the A3J. It is called the 7-Pronoun Jargon <. ,. ... '" 1:e t U sent Voter's Ballot" from the officials
1>-Ardent de !re r With
weapons system instead' an 4u-Wirs measure [t- (W 1' IN Dallas Outfit? named above 6r write stat-
aircraft because of the unique 41-Gonj Mtlo y i : ii The and ad
42-Rage 1 Board of Insurance Com ing name, .legil address,
"integration of equipment sys- 4*.-. n>'lnr 5rnammatu "-wrerw.rw..r.rr.a,.. missioners for the state of Texas dress to which ballot should be

tems," a complete departure 4NegativeIiIn ""t 'it'\ have found the National Insur sent. Time schedule for application

from past air f r a m e-design a ravine sear E&I', -Land letane.of the 1. Is.typriwoldLhlmprey Tumblo / ance-Association of Dallas insol I and submission of ballots is
{ >S Rnd >
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,;1 where planes are built to use 41-Tlpe 4 r .,J free -. 2-Opera by Verdi 17-Walerwa,.\ vent and ordered it into receiver I the same as for servicemen.
existing prepackaged compO- 4$-skin tiani.... etartdk U.Once aroundII-|>w pole ship for liquidation.
> tick -Jk. rack! |-Walkrn'wit I For further information, see
.80--Brother elf.) I) Not of seal. r
nents. S4Holdon4ftParaona,. Personnel insured .
v Jacob with this your voting officer.
c-- too far I. property\ -"Sun rod 1-
It-Ocean f u-Flne ravcllnct U-Colt.r. company may take I 4 .
First stage of development decree appropriate
U H*"'altn: & .. from l Para >: .UIbr.) .
will include construction of -. rreaiha .ucarr: n-H&ClllancSer ta-J'.lateciL action to obtain new insurance by Girl Scouts Meet
14-Vessel ( ... f ''-H..datron, contacting their
mock-ups, wind-tunnel tests, W-"I. of' 1oq.) *8-Split "f 47-Sink In middle insurance officer. Every
Monday
designs and evaluationof MWeirE -Itoet. :.. ... [4)-Roman sods
initial
-Is
its navigation bombing ]. M-N..... .Half:1...ppr..4J u-nr..hd.I- your wife having success in Girl Scouts of Troop 18 will
sys 4,-nk1l. Nsets ".lckaa* laulb \itit learning to drive the car?" meet each Monday from 1600 to

tems. (Answer to Puiile On rare S, Col. 5) turn"VI when ell, the she road docs.is beginning to 1700 at the "Hut," which adjournsthe
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Most Modern Equipment


Construction has begun on the Naval Air Station's new modern,

streamlined photographic laboratory to be located west of the Main.

side Post Office on Saratbga Avenue.

In a brief groundbreaking ceremony those attached to photo rccon

Rear Adm. Delbert S. units, can be ,completely checkedout
Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air before making cruises aboard

Jacksonville and Capt. WilliamS. aircraft carriers where special .

Hatris, NAS Jax commanding equipment is installed

c--4 $ officer, spaded the first shovel Capt. Ira Curtis, resident officer
4 EA9 full of earth at the site 1 last Thurs. in charge of construction, "

day. said that the scheduled contract
THE NEW BUILDING, at a c>>st completion date for the first deck -

iij\ of $588,619, will be eventuallytwo is April 1957
stories, with the first deck to .

c V \ C R be finished and occupied before
construction starts on the second.

The building, 160 by 64 feet, will

house approximately working

spaces.completely equipped with

latest type of photographic equip. CATlIOJ.lCSunday''Mass0800

ment. : 0900!) 1000 '
The new photo lab will be de
-St. Edward's Chapel
: '' to utilize automatic
signed proc
Saturday-Mass, 0800-St. Ed
essing equipment provided for installation
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ward's Chapel.DailyMass
aboard aircraft carriers
OG30-St. Ed-
and when completed will have 150
; t.,;psofcagsaarcsgyiH" ;o..Wb o1-' ward's Chapel. OG20-NATTCen-

BREAKING GROUND FOR PHOTO LAB -Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet personnel using its facilities from ter. .
Air Jacksonville and Capt. William S. Harris, commanding officer of NAS Jax, join efforts in bringing time to time. On the second deck Sunday-OG30, Mass at the Hospital
broken last Thursday for the new, modern will be for air intelligence,
I up the first shovel full of earth as ground was officially spaces 1900 Instruction
photographic laboratory aboard the Station. The lab will be located nut to the Post Office Witnessingthe camera repair, photo interorcla- Chapel; ,
groundbreaking ceremony are Comdr. MartinIaeNalr! (second from light), skipper of Light tion and chemical mix. Classes, Bldg. 4C3.
Photographic Squadron 62 and Lt. Frank Laurenzano, (right) of the Puhjlc Works Department. THE FACILITY will be unique I Wednesday-1900-C h 01 i r Re-
hcarsal St. Edward's Chapel.
in that it will provide for complete ,
To Consider support of photo recon PROTESTANTThursday .
Cooks
Real Bargain In'Juke'Platters Urged naissance squadrons from the Oct. 4
1515-Youth Choir for ages 9
photographic stage through preparation
6Eye Appeal' In FeedingFleet of intelligence information. and 1900-The over, All Saints'United Chapel.Fellowship

It will be the first buildingof
At ExchangesIf and shore based cooks have been urged to increase "eye its type to service fleet photo Choir Rehearsal 1, All Saints' .

you are looking for a real appeal" of Navy food. in a recent seminar held at Norfolk Naval squadrons since 1942. Chapel.

bargain in phonograph rec Base. With al) its equipment ,installedthe Sunday, Oct. 7 '

ords-head right for the Navy Conducting the seminar beforea I lab is expected to come under 080 Episcopal Communion
Exchange nearest you Friday. group of Navy cooks, a food I dressing to prevent separation of classification of a Class B photo Service, All Saints' Chapel.
the ingredients; and ((3)) wiping a 0930-Sunday School for ages 4
has
The Navy Exchange service team of veteran commis- facility.
hotcake griddle with a salty rag 72%. "
through adults, Building
of of
10,000 In-
made a purchase emphasized that
sarymen
will eliminate smoking and also Enlisted photo personnel com 0930 Service of Divine Wor-
78 RPM phonograph records creased "eye appeal" may be pos clean the cooking surface. ing to Jax for duty, especially -
Chaplain Osman.
from a firm which services sible through strict attention to ship

coin-o per ate d phonographs.These proper food preparation and imagination 1100-Service of Divine Wor-

records are all in good in serving. Trainees ship. Chaplain Davis.
Student Employed
playing condition-some have "EYE APPEAL" in food servingat First 1900-The Fellowship of Protestants -

been used very little. mess halls, the team asserts, Bldg. C04.Monday .
Under New Work-Study ProgramThe Oct. 8
They will be on sale Friday, can mean higher morale and eco- 1900-Latter Day Saints' ServIce ."
Oct. 5 at all Navy Exchanges. nomic savings through reductionof .
These platters are offered at a waste. first two student trainees in the recently adopted work Building 750, Class Room.

and study training program at NAS Jacksonville, arrived here last week Tuesday, Oct. 9 .
very low price are con- The food service team holdingthe !
sidered to be excellent values. seminar at Norfolk is one of and are now employed in the Overhaul and Repair Department.. 1900-E pis cop a 1 Instruction
Class Building :563.
Mizell of St. George,, ,
installations. T. ,
eight touring Roger
Price is the Design and Development ] 1900-Christian Science i Scrv. .
THE TEAM found that much of S. C., is enrolled in aeronautical Division of the Aeronautical ice, Building 752, Class Room.

Free Artist'sGuild the "eye appeal" can be providedby engineering at Georgia Tech in Engineering Group. This is the y1930-Biblo Study Group,

proper trimming and cookingof Atlanta, where William Harold first work period in the alternat- Building 804.

Classes food. An increased use of garnishes Price, of Ponte Vedra is also enrolled ing work-study program for each. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

and simple decoration was in Electrical Engineering. IN ADOPTING THE PLAN, (Naval Hospital) ,
also urged to make the food look Both are on the five-year cooperative
Score Hit work-study program at Tech,,I which is coordinated, promotedand Sunday Oct.7
more appealing. administered by the Industrial 0630-Catholic Mass.
the 0 & R and
with which
The free drawing and painting Among the new "wrinkles" ad. a plan Relations Department, the Station 0930-Sunday School and Nurs.
Works arc
lessons given by the Jacksonville vanccd for cooks were: (1) simmering Public Departments o hopes to attract more en-

Artist's Guild have scored a terrific boiled eggs wilt prevent enjoined. gineering students Into fields of cry.0930Divine Worship, Chaplain

hit with servicemen and discoloration of the yoke; ((2)) adding Mizell at present It employedin increasingly vital importance to Wylie Bryant.

their dependents, according to of- a bit of egg white to French the Avionics Division and this nation. Working directly 1
mended by the college. Once selected
ficials of the Guild. w A .. w., M.?.,.,...,,.:..... .. with similar cooperative work-
a they receive progressively,
All classes are held at Riverside study course conducted at Auburn
difficult work advance ,
more ant
Lion's Club, 1240 S. McDuff Polytechnic Institute and.the
Ave. Drawing and painting is University of Florida, as well as according to a promotion schedule t
from GS-2 to GS-5. On completionof
held on Thursday's at 1000. Figure Georgia Tech, IRD has planned a
sketching from live model is heldon 1ywjK well-scheduled and well-devel the course, culminating in a
bachelor's degree they are eligible -
,
first, second and fourth oped program in conjunction with
after three months profession
Thursdays and third Wednesdayat x O & R and Public Works. !
.rk, w al work to promotion to the grade
1930. Outdoor painting tripsare The former accepts student
of GS7.
also scheduled- for Fridays at trainees enrolled in aeronautical, ALTHOUGH the two department .
D930. industrial mechanical electricaland
heads are responsible for
also students chemical Public
The Guild registers engineering.
the administration of the
program
for a Jacksonville University : Works accepts them from civil, within their individual depart

studio course in fine arts, Nr .." mechanical and electrical engineering mcnts, actual supervision of the

which carries three credits per courses.SELECTION .
trainees is the responsibility ot
semester. OF student-train the Aeronautical Engineering Superintendent .
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ees and Production Engineering .
2S
Mail Overseas Yule' registers by open competitive ex Superintendent at 0 &:

Parcels By Nov. 15 u aminations. Presently employedcareer It, and the Design Division Superintendent .
and career conditional personnel at Public Works.
Christmas parcels for Armed who pass the Student The Training 1 1 Superintendent,
shouldbe
Forces personnel overseas
Trainee examination may be reassigned IRD, maintains all training records
mailed between Oct. 15 and __ to this position on recommendation copies of which are for (
Nov 15 to insure delivery by1 Dec.
of their Depart-
Mby warded to the college, and also included
25, the Post Office has announced.The ? ment head.
in the student's
PO warns: "Pack securely, _....._n 'n'" .. m_____ __ The workstudperiod may t. jacket.

address carefully, mail early and NEW DUTIES FOR TRAINEES Introducing two Georgia vary, according to the college, on In 1891 a special detachment
to their new duties under a Joint work-study program -
tend no perishables"4 Tech freshmen
either a quarter or semester pe- of Marines was assigned to the
recently adopted by NAS lax, Henry Gundersen (right) explains -
-- +*
The searchlight in the wingtip to William Price (left) and Roger Much, the use of dry riod. Students enrolled in the coop Pacific Squadron to halt the
lubricants on helicopter bearings. The two will work in the aero course may contact IRD directly wholesale destruction of teals in
of a Navy P5M patrol plane is engineering group at Overhaul and Repair Department for the next if interested in the local the Bering Sea by poachers operating
equivalent in brightness to 15,000 three months before returning to school for another quarter of
one-hundred watt bulbs. academic work. program, or they may be recom- out of season.





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Pace Four JAX AIR October 1956



it1; I Take Steps To Retain Junior OfficersFaced _. I

with an expected 381 during the first six months of more stability 01 assignment.

officer resignations this fiscal 1956. 4. Provide more and better

year, the Navy has launched a The Navy In combatting the family housing and to make
these conditions at bases in SALTY HUMOR FROM
program to counter the res- resignations is taking living
ignations. steps to improve the situation: the United States and overseas HER AND THERE

1. Give maximum practicable more attractive.
Expressing concern over the consideration to the inclividual' _A recruit strolled into a bar
i
excessive exodus of Regular 5. Take drastic steps to try a
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian{ officers, the Navy has heard duty preference. to maintain dependent medicalcare the bit roughest part of town. Being
a
for all Navy libraries {In the'areo.) the main reasons "why-deprivation 2. Conduct a vigorous intern- in the face of the shortageof the bartender uneasy, he casually said to
where- :
I Smell Smoke: Next week is of home life and information program physicians.
by the individual is made "I like these old
places
Fire Prevention Week. It wouldbe with
more lucrative civilian posi- attention to
aware of the advantage of a 6. Give constant sawdust on the floor."
a major task to keep up with tions.A effects on personnel of the
all the "Weeks" celebrated by Various naval career. "Sawdustl"! came the
total of 251 officers, 142 3. Overhauling personnel dis- Navy's heavy operating schedules ."That's reply,
national Interests but this ;yesterday's furniture."
is one which the Navy and Marine line and 109 staff, resigned tribution procedures to give deployments. .

Corps recognize with 24-hour
"Oh what a lovely cow," said

We awareness suggest every this book day for in the its time-year! 18 Construction ........t.,.(> ,.. :: .. y.w", ......; : .: ;i'' the cute young miss from the
'
: v... !;
;'.' \. ::.,: Ai .. city. "But why hasn't it
.: + : $I. any
of .. ,
ly application, the simplicity .: : 1'1'fi ...::.:. horns' she asked the farmer.
language and the clear instruc- Projects Set : ; : "There are "
tions to help carry safety con- many reasons, the

sciousness into every aspect of farmer replied .quietly. "Some
work, play and home life. At Cecil FieldNAS cows do not have them until later
in life. Others have
Going To Blazes: Informal his- Cecil Field, which las them re-
moved, while still
other
itory of fire fighting illustrated been expanding by leap's and '1i. breedsare
born without
'with photos and drawings of bounds ever since it was com- horns. This cow

I equipment used in famous, tra missioned during the Korean does not"have horns because it is
horse.
I I gic fires. Interesting to anyone it War, is now celebrating the a *
I is a good choice to share with awarding of construction con-
I children.: tracts for a new building program The railroad station agent hearda
crash and dashed
Questions And Answers For totaling better than $8 million. outside to seea

The Home Fireman: One of sev- Three major projects included train disappear around the
bend. On
the platform
I eral government ph amp 1 e t s in the program will cost more S d conscious lay an un-
man, surrounded
by the
planned for important home use. than $1 million each. They are a a'm..
contents of his opened suitcase.
Burning Of An Empire: Noth- $1.5. million runway and bore- -
; "Was he
ing is more beautiful than a living sighting range; a modern 150-man trying to catch the
train? the
agent asked
forest-nothing more depressingthan bachelor officers' quarters, to cost a small

acres of burned stumps. This $1.2 million; and a married offi- boy."He
book is a tragic history and, like cers' and enlisted housing installation DID catch it," the boy an-

all great tragedies is thrilling costing 1092566. swered, "but it got away from

reading. In addition, it is a Fifteen other projects include him again."

II thought-provoking challenge to such items as ordnance facilities .

the carelessness and ignorance high speed refueling facilities, "But doctor," said the worried

which has taken such a horribletoll utilities, radar air traffic control patient, "are you sure I'll pull

of life and timber in the his- center, recreation facilities, a through? I've heard of cases

tory of our country. gate-house, a supply warehouse, where the doctor has made a

Fire: George Stewart's moving cold storage building, etc. ARTILLERIA In Spanish that means ordnanceman as wrong diagnosis and treated

novel of a great forest fire. Ro- The entire program will be represented by Lt. Arturo Ambrosial (seated) and AUlio Car- someone for pneumonia who has

mance is provided by the girl completed during 1957. bonari, CPO, of the Argentine Navy, who are attending ad- afterward died of typhoid fever."
who spots the first smoke. The vanced Ordnanceman School at NATTCenter. They discuss things
action involves hundreds of people purely Spanish with Eva Logan-= Spanish Interpreter, of Officers "Nonsense spluttered the af-
Records Department at the Training Center. The Argentines are fronted physician, "when I treat
drastically changing the lives
of many, before a mountainsideof To Form Civilian attending school as part of the Mutual Defense Assistance program.VA36 a patient for pneumonia. he dies
"
of
flames is controlled. Toastmaster Unit pneumonia.

Look-Out Wife: The romance ofa First Jet Attack *
Forest Ranger and his bride Civilian personnel who seek SquadronIn She was a very efficient young

who take up their life together improvement in their speech woman. One day she saw a large
with their vigil in a lonely look- making and in getting over their Night r Dive Bombing Exercise car rolling slowly down the street,

out tower. ideas more effectively may be in- without a driver. Unhesitatinglyshe

Paddle-To-The-Sea: A beauti- terested to learn that a civilian Attack Squadron '36, a unit of ran to the side of the moving

'fully illustrated children's book Toastmasters Branch is being Air Task Group 201 at Jax, has FLYING FROM sunrise until vehicle, opened the door, hopped

with one episode concerning the formed aboard the Station. reportedly become the first ,jet well after dark, VA-36 pilots re in, applied the brakes.

light of animals caught with Pad- Civilians can call J. W. Ryan attack squadron in the Atlantic corded 875 day and 196 night Then .she
got out and looked
hours.
dle-To-The-Sea in a great forest NAS Supply Department, exten- Fleet Air Force to compete in The excercise produced a for the driver. A
total: of 15 individual "E's" out of mere man appeared -
dive
fire. sion 781 or Carl McCranie night bombing competitive
16 from behind the car, and
Pepys Diary i One of the most NAWS School, extension 547, for excercises. participating pilots. she asked, "Is this your car?"
renowned fires in history is the more information. Commanded by Comdr. ThadT. In addition to competitive exercises

London fire of 1666. The famous Coleman, squadron t pilots the squadron fired -air He admitted ownership.

diary includes an eye-witness ac- I married my wife because I chalked up more than 1,000 acci- to air gunnery, rockets, and con- "Well," she said, "It was running -

count, related in the personal was lonely. Then one morning I dent-free flight hours in only 21 ducted navigation training flights. away ,down the street."

style which few have matched for looked at her and said to myself, days-The squadron's maintenancecrew "THE SQUADRON'S successful "I know it was," said the man

vigorous, interesting reading. "How could you have ever been maintained a daily average deployment i is credited to the col- sadly. "I was pushing it to the

Guides To Straight Thinking: that lonely] ?" I availability of 11 out of 13 planes. lective efforts of each man and garage."

We maintain that all this is good --- pilot," Comdr. Coleman remarked. .

,propaganda! If you are doubtful 11 -1 "A 'Well Done' to all hands for Two Boston women were in

of other propaganda? in everydaylife their untiring efforts devotion to California talking about the un-

try Stewart Chase's new duty and outstanding spirit dis usual heat for the wintertime.

,book for simple tests and stimulating played in achieving this excellent "It's never like this in Boston,"

reading "to improve your record." remarked Mrs. Van Trucks.

: i thinking and avoid being fooled Attack "Of Mrs.
Squadron 36 recently] course not, answered
;, 'by others." returned from a six months de Beans. "But you must remember

I ployment aboard the Pacific- we are 3,000 miles from the
I never realized what wonderful -
"
based carrier USS ocean. _
. .friends I had, until I sailed Bennington
\ The unit flies the F9F-5 .
jet Pan-
for ,Europe. Then three of my

f 4 buddies came to set me off. They ther. 4. ... Curric Is Off To
f .brought candy, cigars and liquor.
And when the boat left the pier i Seven Cited At Europe Again

there they were eating ; ; Meritorious \
BJast
familiar
Europe is
f' smoking) and drinking. __ becoming a
Seven enlisted, including five place to CHSIIIPCLK Edward T.
< w.+ from Aviation School Class B, Currie, Officer Personnel Officer
Cub Pack 131 Slates
-
i--r were cited last week by Capt. at NATTCenter.

Committee Meet Oct 8 Henry C. DeLong, commanding Ordered to NATO (North Atlantic -
,
j. officer, at Meritorious Mast and' Treaty Organization) in
Cub Pack 131 will hold a com received Good
Conduct Medals.: Paris he was to be detached from
rnittce meeting Monday, Oct. 8 at
From
Aviation Ordnance the Training Center next Monday.
( School
: Building 802 for the purpose of .
+ were Val Lindsay, A02 CWO
the ; Sidney Currie has formerly
planning coming,
years pro-
Coffey, Jr., A02; James Reed, served in England; Scotland,

I gram.All fathers of Pack 131 cubs I fIit.m: A02 Wilburn; Roy Chase, A03; and Hoyt Germany, and Belgium, and was
I A02.
in on the invasion of France dur-
r committee '
invited attend. The
are VAIM ABOARD THE FORRESTAL Herman
;, Is still lacking a few mem- I, AMC, holds a flashlight for C. E. Drake, AM, while Drake Stewart makes, The others were Thomas Williams ing World War II. He was formerly
bers. It is necessary to fill these a minute adjustment to the sequence valve In the wheel well of one ADl, of Naval Air Weapons attached to the carrier
( vacancies before the pack can re of Heavy Attack Squadron One's A3D Skywarriors on the hanger system School; and Don Bowen, USS Randolph in 1946-47.
\ deck of the USS Forrestal. The Jax squadron: took six A3Ds HM3, of the NATTCenter training
I charter. I aboard the carrier last week for two weeks of carrier qualifications pensary. Di slie reported to the
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: : : Up The
.q"'J :
; : ;

:" ',, LADDERWith

1L4 r' rLIA Civilians

:
Periodically the Jar Air Newt.

,t W in cooperation with the Industrial

li jur tote Relation Department will list
various promotion for Naval Air

UTAHRegistration .. { Station civilian personnel.)
is permanent un- ; On the promotion roster effec-

less the person did not vote in the 11
tive Sept. 23, were employees,
last general election or moved. L: j -- five from Security Department

Servicemen and civilians serv- two from Overhaul and RepairDepartment

ing the Armed Forces outside U. two from Miscel-

S. are registered automaticallywhen Fv! U fitki laneous, and one each from Pub-
the affidavit on the reverse lic Works Department and Sup-

side of the absentee ballot enve- ply Department.

lope has been executed and accepted Promoted at Security Depart

by election officials. + ment were Delbert Loudermill,

Everyone else must register In y. guard supervisor GS-4, to guard

person any time before Oct. 27. \ supervisor GS-C; Charles Young,

WEST VIRGINIA firefighter (general) GS-4 to firefighter

Registration is permanent un- +;sar3'... w (driver-operator) GS-5; .
Robert Wolff firefighter (
less the person failed to vote at MORAL GUIDANCE School and divbton representatives at NATTCenter rather to assist in. gen-
least once during a period cover- establishing moral practices and aid in morale. Left to right (clockwise) are Marvin Kemper, GFC, eral) GS-4' to firefighter (driver-
ing two primary and general elections NAWS School; Manuel Holman, AK1, AK School; Sft. Robert LeCIerc, AN-P School; John Croke, operator) GS-5; James Godbold,
PN3, MPO; Lt William Lyons Special Services; Raymond Jordan, QMC, CMAA; Marlon Lee, YN2, firefighter (general) GS-4 to fire-
or changed his residence Legal; Comdr. James Martin, Legal; Comdr. Marion Stephenson, Chaplains; CWO Jack S purling, Discipline fighter (driver-operator) GS-5;
without requesting a transfer of ; Lt. George Robinson, MarAvDet; Srt. August Zimmerman, MarAvDet; Alex Foyda TM2,
registration. Special Services; Clifford Mowbray, AEC, AE-A School; and Francis Lucsyckl, AOC, AO-A School. and Marcus Norton, firefighter
(general) GS-4 to firefighter:
Members of the' Armed Forces
(driver-operator) GS-5.

tion may by apply requesting for absentee a "Temporary registra You Can Get That Moral Guidance Committee Advanced at O.& R were Wal-

ter Chadwick, helper electrician
Registration Form" from the
Haircut SaturdayFor (aircraft) second step to produc-
Clerk of the County Court, countyof Solves Problems As TeamResponsible tion'methods and standards specialist '
residence. The completed form the convenience of military -
GS-7 and Stephen Howard,
must be received by the Clerk before personnel and dependentsthe ;
Oct. 27. NATTCenter Navy Ex- through the Commanding Officer to the Comman- engineering draftsman (general)
in dant, Sixth Naval District, the Moral Guidance Committee at the GS-5 ''to engineering draftsman
change barber shop, located
All other qualified persons may Naval Air Technical Training Center covers well defined areas for (general) GS.6.Promoted .
Building 517, will be open on
apply for absentee registration by
the of moral standards.
protection in Miscellaneous were
from 0900-1200 be-
Saturdays ,
requesting an "Application for of the Training Center's _
Scope --- -- Frederick Davenport, file clerk
ginning Oct. 13. -
Absentee Registration" from the
The Saturday hours have committee includes discipline, ve- resenting each department, divi- GS-2 Supply Dept. to fiscal accounting -
Clerk. The completed form must
be returned to reach him before been established for the con- neral disease, efforts to encourage sion or school at the Training clerk GS-3 fiscal depart-

Oct. 6. venience of patrons who can- self-improvement, use of char- Center. ment; and Allen Stanley, statistical
not avail themselves of the acter guidance material, availa- clerk GS-3 0 & R Dept. to
NEVADA Free discussions with each
and attention to Divine
barber shop services during bility time, leave and payroll clerk GS-
Registration is permanent un- week worship. and cases of maladjustment member having an equal voice, 4, fiscal dept.Advanced .
days.
less the failed to vote in
person The barber shop in Building in the service, including im- and encouragement to work as a in Public Works De-
the last general election or voted
of
by absentee process. .This does 517 has been chosen for the proper responsibility in care team in solution of moral prob- partment was Ola Crawley, clerk -

not apply, however, to membersof Saturday morning hours because dependents.The lems, form an incentive for the typist GS-2 to clerk typist GS-3,
the Armed Forces, state and it I* the shop nearest committee consists of nine QommitteeJO work as a team. and in Supply 'Department Ray
federal officers, members of re- the housing area. This locationis officers and 14 enlisted men rep- Forrest, supervisory general supply -

ligious groups and welfare agen- convenient for children. officer GS-10 was promotedto

cies serving with the Armed For- Qualified and experienced bar- w1 supervisory management anal-

ces, civilian employees of the U.S. bers will be on duty to give ysis officer GS-11.
fast service. a: .
outside Nevada and the Districtof

Columbia, and their spouses t EM Views In
and dependents. Religious groups i ro y .

and/ welfare agencies must be v1 Hands OfCommittee
certified as being officially attached _ro

to the Armed Forces by

the proper officer or departmentof

the U.S. to the Nevada Secretary
=NOTES Major gripes and other viewpoints
of State. =
IYr
k 4'' expressed by enlisted men .
The persons above who have I 1' at two career symposiums have

not registered or whose registration This Saturday evening com- frfiLr been packaged in report of final

has lapsed may request an mencing at 2030 until 0030, the conclusions, recommendations and

"Affidavit of Registration" format CPO Club will feature it's first steps to be taken to improve pays

any time. Upon receipt of a indoor dance of the fall-winter and carroers of military person-

request for an absentee voting I season to be held in the ballroomto nel. '
ballot these affidavits will be
the music of an orchestra. The findings will be presentedto
forwarded. They should be re-
From 1900 until 2100, the club 55I the Secretary of Defense on
turned in envelope to
a separate '
will feature a turkey buffet din- November 30.
the County Clerk, county of resi-
should ner served in the dining room at z f"e'w1 The Cordiner Committee, as it
dence. These affidavits Yw0 "
reach him before Oct. 7. only $1.35 per order. is called, is to make the report
Patrons are reminded that the after hearing career viewpoints
For further information, see
club features a noon special submitted by enlisted personnel.
voting officer. (AFPS)
your luncheon served from 1100 until The services conducted special

WISCONSIN 1300, Tuesdays through Fridays. I symposiums where selected career

Registration is required in The price' of the special luncheon I MR. ROBERTS MEETS MR. ROBERTS "The names of enlisted men Including three ;,
towns having a population of 5,000or is 45 cents. Ladies of the Women's I characters used in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to persons from Jacksonville, aired their
more, in all of Milwaukee League are cordially invited, to living or dead Is purely coincidental.. Thus do authors and ideas on military life and how
county and in certain other mu- eat l luncheon at the club. publishers protect themselves, and so Ensign Douglas Roberts, of careers can be improved.
nicipalities. is permanent where Aviation Ground Officers School at NATTCenter, vicariously enjoys .
4s
The chiefs and master sergeants the experiences of Ltjg( ) Douglas Roberts, title character of -
required unless the person did not Toastmasters Club of Toastmasters the novel "Mr. Roberts" about World War U off-the-beaten-path The Navy's historic Radio
vote at least once every two years. activity. Arlington has been Deactivated.
International has been organ-
Members of the Armed Forces, ized. Membership is limited. All

civilians assisting the Armed E-7's are invited to join the Toast- Radio TV Shows Magazines, Feature Role Of NavyThe .1

Forces overseas, their spouses "masters. For further information, ..
and dependents residing with .
should
interested con-
personnel
them are exempted from all reg- Hall at extension U. S. Navy will be featuredin submarine medicine. Time 1630. November issue of Our Lady
tact M/Sgt. of radio television Oct. 2 issue of Look Magazine"Jet
istration requirements. In addi- a number Magazine-"FDR Special.1
tion, the same applies to veteransof 8567. 4 shows, plus several magazines Test Pilot." j
November issue of Town Journ
weeks. Oct. 14 issue of Parade
Maga-
less than six months' standing. within the next two
All qualified persons located Zipper Fleet Gets The following upcoming eventsare zine-"War or Peace In The Paci- al-"The Atomic Navy'i Sunday-
"
"
more than 50 miles from their New Commander noted: fic.. Punch. .
"Salute NBC radio.
Oct. 10- ,
legal residence register by
absentee process may by requesting an Capt H. C. Allan Jr. last fri- Presentation of Navy's manpower Art Mooney Band To stand at NAS Jax Oct. 1617.
day relieved Capt. J. O. BanksJr. situation. Time 2230.
"Affidavit of Registration" from Commander of the Florida Wide World Mooney will play for an enlisted
"Wide
the Clerk as Oct. 14- Oct. 16-17
City, Town or Village Play
(from the Board of Election Com- Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet NBC-TV. Loading TF-43 for. dance at King Hall on Oct. 16 and
(better known as the "Zipper Antarctica. Time 1600. An all-time Jax favorite, Art
missiohers if a resident of Mil for the Officers' Dance at the "O'1
waukee.) Registration closes on Fleet") at Naval Station Green Oct. 14-"Medical Horizons," Mooney and his orchestra, will

Oct. 24. Cove Springs, Fla. ABC-TV. All live presentation of play for dancing in a two-night Club Oct. 17..i .






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To Select EM\ For
I
0, WO In Febuary

Each illustration shown below won top honors for depicting one of the six points in the U.S. Fighting Man's Code.---These-sketches,I The first joint board to select

i released by the DOD with authorization of the Society of Illustrators, New York, are not necessarily the accurate or final production and Navy enlisted personnel as officers -
and warrant officers is scheduled
are subject to alteration. AFPS).

,,". ".U'H' '' .....c."."_->' ....... I to meet Feb. 5, 1957.
The board will select personnelfor
lWLWECRTrHATIHXVJMBUT:
appointment the integration
'LtfE "
ONE .
program (OCS), in the limited
I': R (co Y '."':j ;. duty officer program, and as war-
:'.: :
\Y"01d ,, ,. rant officer, W-l.
.
Nqtluln Ua.1 I." "
: iI ,.. ,...,"..... e .
j.sJ.er..a1 : .
\ : 1770 : .:. '. .
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AGO School
: <,' To


4 Graduate 2063rd


.1 LWUNd x v r > ;. Officer Oct. 12


.. The.2063rd officer to be gradu-
ated from Aviation Ground Officers
,-
..,, }. .' SChool at the Naval Air
Technical Training Center will

.<;"t.I receive his diploma in ceremo-
nies at King Hall Oct. 1%.

4 1 Of the original class of 106,
R.
three since were transferred to

NAS Sanford for duty, with 103

AM AN AMERICAN FIGHTING'MAN, I SERVE IN I { remaining for graduation exer
WHICH GUARD MY COUNTRY AND OUR WAY I. :_ h cises.
I"I I AM PREPARED TO GIVE MY LIFE FOR THEIR DE- 6 Following is the list of gradu-
!Mr. Harold Ton $thmldt, Westport, Conn.)
II-"I WILL NEVER SURRENDER OF MY OWN FREEWILL ates, all of them Ensigns: .
." Mr. Malcolm Murley, N.Y.C.. I Robert Abrams, Leonard Agu-

ar, Herbert S. Alexander, Pat-
: rick F. Bauschka, A. G.. Bertilac-
; : 'J chi, Homer D. Blythe, Jack II.

?s .,fin \ '; Bredehorn, Roger D. Brooks, William -
; ; ,:: ,/ R. Bryant* John J. Burke,
1'"" .':" (., :" .if' larry J. Burnside, Robert M.
..
; ':" Carter, Richard J. Ciesla, Vin-
: .. ,:.: t. ., cent B. Christ.
'"'
''
\ j"
s \ William S. Colton, William J.
:: ::
( .. Corrigan, Julian L. Crutcher,
'I). ',.t.tJ\f: : .; ', Peter P. Diconza, Thomas W.

,., : Dodge, Ronald W. Done David
# :, .: Donaldson A. .
41 rx" ,, ;:; Joseph Donoghuc,
,. ..,, .t
,
: ,
J w :"' .} Alexander A. Dow G. H. Dray-
: '
"

? .. Urdu tTar + .j..: \ "; .' .. K. Edmonds.

r John R. Eifcrt, Norbert B. Els-
ner, Don Y. Engell Jr., John A.
1 Fitzenz, Jack Futterman, Wilber
G. Gardner, Joseph G. Gauthier,
Peter B. Bearhart, John C. Gil-

{ Ala+S s'Y + man, Robert D. Gleason, Damian
F. Golla, Charles R. Gordon, Geo.
11.[ Gorman Jr., Robert L. Crow,
Max L. Hafner
t.M .hk >:
a ;# Charles P. Haney Edward M.
: tlohhen, Charles L. Hurd John .

-- F. Jackson, Roger N. Jenkins,
George R. Jennings, II. B.' Johns-

ton Jr., James B. Jordan, Richard
III-"IF I AM CAPTURED I WILL CONTINUE TO RESIST .... ....;. B. Kaiser, Haruo Kato, Elliot H.
BY ALL MEANS AVAILABLE. I WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORTTO Thomas J.
Kenyon, King, Stanley
I ESCAPE AND AID OTHERS TO ESCAPE. I WILL ACCEPT IV-"IF I BECOME A PRISONER OF WAR, I WILL KEEP
NEITHER PAROLE NOR SPECIAL FAVORS FROM THE FAITH WITH MY FELLOW PRISONERS. I WILL GIVE NO INFORMATION :A. Kinnamon, Joseph W.Klug Jr.,
ENEMY" (Mr. Harvey KIdder, Yonker, N.Y.) OR TAKE PART IN ANY ACTION WHICH MIGHT I Carl F. Lahr, Marvin K. Leach.
BE HARMFUL TO MY COMRADES. IF I AM SENIOR, I WILL Carl Leban, Lawrence E. Leese,
TAKE COMMAND. IF NOT, I WILL OBEY THE LAWFUL
ORDERS OF THOSE APPOINTED OVER ME AND WILL BACK Ernest W. Leskovec, Edward Le-
THEM UP IN EVERY WAY." (Mr. Tom Lovell, Westport, Conn.) vine, Thomas Loucas, Herman J,
.Luntz, George L. Maiberger
'James F. Malloy Frederick B.
1 ; .. ', ." ; ,
.. Malvin, John V. Massey, R. L.

x s 4 :'Y JA.bv sib Mattel Jr., Edward R. Mc-
Cutcheon. Arthur J. McCarthy, .
: { C+ a ayA Thomas W. McDonald Charles F.
;\' Nelson Jr.Andrew.
ii" IL Orensk Thomas J.

Aii: I :. ;i O'Rourke Brian M. Owens, JohnK.

ii. ... ;.j IJIIfIftIIIf.j Owen, Thomas A. Peterson,
.
,.,,,, _
i f'
;' Wayne R. Phillips Jr., Frederick
: _
.sa : : --1 ; H. Rabin, Paul J. Rash, RichardE.

: .t : /\j\; tf# : Rehberg, D. J. Roachford Jr.,
: ". Douglas L. Roberts, Francis J.
r d' ri' frY ; Romance, D. W. Scharbach, JohnM.
.,.. .... ",:....'; ." Sears, Frederick W. Shipman.
i--- : Mark S. Siegel, Kenneth E.
i':: Simon, James W. Skidmore; John
V. Skinner Jr., Gerhard M. Swen-
son, William G. Tasker, Oren P.

,Iv. Testa,James R. Vaverka, JimmyW.
,. Walker, Edward T. Wamsley,
u Samuel A. Waugh Jr., Robert C.
Webb, James W. Weinberger, F.
J & C. Whitfield Edward B. Young.
'>!' .
i e *
.
1 ''' First Helicopter
I
: ''. Docks At Long Beach

-: Thetis Bay, the world's first

V-"WHEN.QUESTIONED, SHOULD I BECOME A PRIS- helicopter assault aircraft carrier
ONER OF WAR, I AM BOUND TO GIVE ONLY NAME, RANK docked for the first time in her
SERVICE NUMBER, AND DATE OF BIRTH. I WILL EVADE AN- VI-1 WILL NEVER FORGET THAT I AM AN AMERICAN new home port of Long Beach,
SWERING FURTHER QUESTIONS TO THE UTMOST OF MY FIGHTING MAN,RESPONSIBLE FOR MY ACTIONS AND DEDICATED Calif. The former escort carriernow
ABILITY. WILL MAKE NO ORAL OR WRITTEN STATEMENTS TO THE PRINCIPLES WHICH MADE MY COUNTRY .
DISLOYAL TO MY COUNTRY AND ITS ALLIES OR HARMFULTO FREE. I WILL TRUST IN MY GOD AND IN THE UNITED operates exclusively with
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i + _h yrr VP-18, VFP-62 Set Pace




: i4 :, For Mainside T-Gridders! .


Is VP-18 the team to beat in Mainsidc's Intramural Touch Foot-
I
*_ r1k ball warfare? '

r A look at early records would each tallied for Hospital.

;$ I indicate such with the VP-18ers Fasron Six bested Communica.

M ii coming through for their third tions in a rough one, 13-7. Art
t ; t4 : straight triumph, a 34-13 routingof Lussier and Jose Vasquez scoreda

VA-172 last Wednesday, and a TD apiece for Fasron, with Lou

33-28 win over NARTU Monday Vararki crossing the payoff stripe
...?.. \, In their opener the VP-18 pat- for Communications. '

t rolmen dumped VW-4, 26-7. In other results Operations

4 pit.' % s sl Versatile Joe LaRue, who Is be- downed AU-3, 19-0; and NARTU
l coming the bright star in VP-18's beat VW-4, 13-6.

march toward.the flag, was again Standings of the teams:
the mainstay In the win over WON LOST TIED
VA-172. LaRue tallied two TD'sin VIM.VK1MS2: 3 0 0

the first half and followed with Nartu Hospital 2 1 1 0 1

another in the final canto. The 13 Operation VAH.3 1 1 0
points for VA-172 were scored by Kasrnn 6 1 1 0
VA-17J 3 fICommunications
Lou Samesow.IN 0 0
VW-4 0 i Ormonnel
.... .. MONDAY'S 33-28 win over 0 } 0
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NARTU, VP-18 had its hands full. .
TilE DECK Aspirants for the lax Navy varsity volleyball team engage in a scrimmage
I session at Rosendahl gym. The trio of volleyballers leaving the deck are Ed: Brown of VP-18 and Cal George Martin tallied 13 points FAW-11
Jones, VA-172' (left to right) on this side of the net and John Lbper, AE-D School on the other side of with. two TD's and an extra point, Bowling
the net. with Eel Brown, Don Huff, and
Ralph Smith adding sixpointersfor Loop LeaderAction

Freelancers VP18. NARTU was sparkedby
has begun in the Main-
the passing of Charlie Richen-
Standout In SAX AIR back who passed to Dick Hughesand side ''Intramural Bowling League
with FAW-11 defeating Fasron
SPORTS Joe Thompson for touch-
109, 3 to 1; Special Services tying
downs and scored two himself.
State MeetThe 'NEWSSplinters VA-172, 2-2; and ComFairJax

VFP-62 kept pace with VP-18 even with. Hospital 2-2 in the
Jax Navy Freelance bow- I 1. s with. an impressive 32-0 victoryover opening round matches.FAW.ll .
hunters brought home two of the l Personnel. Hampton Dasher WON LOST .
six first places in the State Invitational K 4 .r
accounted for two TD's, with Bob .
-Archery Tournamentlast 3rd Straight Owens, Tom Patterson, and Mike Iloapltal 6 6
Cop
weekend on the St. Johns Walsh. also'scoring. NOA&R otflt'f'rl 6 2
:''iJlt'C'III' Services 6
Bowhunter range. VAII-3 EDGED Hospital 19-13, VA-t72 S 3

Ed Merrill, with a 466, won first Center T-Ball TriumphAs with Roger Figgins going across VW-4])o'lIIron 6 4 3 0 5

place in the archer event, and twice for the winners. Al Walston C'om"'alrJaC :
Rose Weatherby, also of the Free- tallied the other six-pointer for V '6'2l1ftry 3 g
Aviation Ordnancemen and Aviation Ground Officers Aces )o'asron 109 2 6
lancers, with 462, captured the were battling to a 7.7 tie, Support Splinters rolled up their third VAH-3. Tom Boyd; and Bob Barry Communications! 2 2
women's division. Naval Air School to Ua&R Whltfhall 0 4
straight victory, 20-0, over Weapons System .
.Results: take over leadership in the NATTCenter touch football league. Fasron 6, Nartu, VAH-1, '

EXPERT "BM-Won by Frank Mickey'King's two touchdownsand Detachment, 25-6. Louie Zwick VA-172 Pace V-Ballers Admin Holds ;

Sakamoto, St. Johns, 658. King's passes to Bob Harty snared one for 25 yards and Don Results of the latest Mainside

Bowman-Won by Pat Porter, for another, plus passe to Chuck Charland grabbed one for 20( Intramural Volleyball contests
Links LeadA
St. Johns, 568; Ted Gissendaner, Richards for the point tries. made yards. show Nartu defeating the Ma-

Davenport( ) ; up the Splinters' scoring. PASSES FROM Dave Schultzto rines 13-7, 13-5, and Hospital and strong wind hampered scor-

; LOUIE DOLDO'S 85-yard romp Dick Copertino, and from Fasron 6 winning their contestsby ing in last Wednesday's matchesof

Stone, Jax (downtown), 506. kept Aviation Ordnancemen in Mickey King to Jerry McRae forfeit over Fasron' 109 and Mainside Intramural Golf as

Archer-Won, by Ed Merrill, its tie with. AGO Aces, while Art counted the other touchdowns. VAH-3 respectively. ComFairJax defeated VAII-3, 6Mi2V4

Jax Navy, 466; Dick Stengrim, McCarthy scored for AGO. King's toss to Copertino broughtthe INTIUMURAL VOLLEYBALLSTANDINGS ; and Hospital bowed to Ad-

Jax Navy, 465; Carl Goddard, Jax try for point. A pass from Joe ; WON LOST PCT.. ministration linksmcn 5Vi-2'A.
After being held scoreless in Fasron 6 :30 1 (XX)
Navy; Charlie De v e a u x, St. Molnar to Keith. Sears counted Narlu. 3 0 1,(XX) Monday's matches showed Nar-
the first half by a stubborn, shorthanded VAU 1 ,20 l.XX(
Johns, 437.NoviceWon. the Marauder's points.A VA-172 2 0 1.000( tu defeating Administration &-
Administration team, the V,,'P-6J: a 1 .f(6
by Ricky Baker, > 21, with the lowest score of the
roared back in driving Aviation Electrician VW-4 1 1 .r )()
Ordnancemen
St. Johns, 130. the second half' to tally 27 points. School team rolled over the Avia- Hospital Marines 2 I 2 2 :.5.Xtt OPEN-Won by Ray Chiodo, tion Ground Officers Deuces, 19-0. special Services i 2 ,xa I with. a 40 for nine holes. Faetu
VAJf-3 1 3
Fruitland Park, 464; Bill Russell, Dick Cheverie, Roger Cellan, Del White scored two touchdownsand l-'aetu 0 2 .000,2fiO beat Supply Fiscal 7-2; Opera-
St. Johns, 318.Women's Jim Staggers, and Daldo tallied Bob Haloj made one. White I tions defeated VFP-62, 6-3; and

Division-W 0 n by the touchdowns, and Staggers tallied the conversion. 1 Center Ten-Pin VAII-3 shot an impressive victoryover

Rose Weatherby, Jax Navy, 462; made two conversions and Doldo Junior Mattel's two touchdowns':Loop Has 12 Teams FAW-11, 8-1.
STANDINflR
Ernestine Stone, Jax, 388; Elise one. on ,running plays and a touch With. 12 teams entered, Includ- GOLF WONI.ORTJVT.

Porter, St. Johns, 158. Two pass interceptions high- down and conversion by Homer' ing two by three schools, the Nartn AdmlalstraUos 14 tt'A'4 S 1%',{ .Kt4..nlI

Next Sunday an all-day Broad- lighted the victory of Support Blythe gave the AGO Aces a 19-6 NATTCenter bowling league I vAif-i-td 16 it : ;.670.64(4
head Shoot will be held on the Splinters over Marine Aviation victory over Airman Preparatory opened Tuesday evening. Matchesare OperatUM 17V4 .tt .IM
Farts 14 13 .511
Jacksonville course near the School. scheduled Tuesday and Thurs mr-alrJax.: 14 13 .&11

Police Pistol Range.. 12 Teams Open Ken Warner's brace of touch- day evenings for the Fall pro- Kuron K fll1.tal! Ilj II 13V4 Z5 U'/i .3t JMW 5
> :
7'/i JS'/i .t7t
downs, including a 45-yard run gram. FAW-lt .4 1.222
AO School Linksmen M-Doublcs Play on a recovered fumble, gave Aviation Naval Air Weapons System \'FI..U f'A *IH .193
Storekeepers a 12-6 victory School, winner of the Spring I
Sport Clean Record With five of the six matches over Aviation Electricians. tournament has entered two I II Electricians Pace )-

Aviation Ordnancemen School's ending in clean sweeps, the Won Lost Tied teams, along with AGO School
NATTCentor mix e d doubles SU Splinters 3 0 0 ;
golf sextet is topping the NATT- AO School : and Airman School. V-Ball Competition
Fall 1 0 1
bowling league opened its AGO School Other entries I include AD
Center league as a result of a 58iweep I
season last Friday. AGOSIhieuces 2 z 0 School, MarAvDet, Administration Aviation Electricians remain as
against Support Splinterslast I
MarAvDet 0 1 t
the only undefeated team in the
defeated the Bot- Support Splinters AE
week. The Depalmas NavAIr: Weans O 2 OAdministraton ,
Lancas- 0 2 O School and AO School. i NATTCenter volleyball league as
The defeated ,
summary: thoffs; Hughes Airman School 0 2 0 ,
result of last week's
a
Green- games.
W J. ters; O'Neals .defeated
AGO SchotoI 19'f 2'4 woods; Stages defeated Garners; The Sparkles defeated Aviation
AE &hnnl 9 3 defeated Kanes for Ordnance In en, 15-3, and 15-8; then
Admin NavAlrWeaps str 4 I"'' 44 A and clean Varnes sweeps. The Fosters won Sailing Club Eyes Bantams; dumped Aviation Ground Officers
:
Uon Aces, 15-6, 15-8.
MarADt 24pSp from the Stahls, 3-1, in the other
Sur'Ilrst ''nt.... 21i 13; match.Al Captains Training Teams Other results: AGO Aces de-

::alf I champions 0 .. feated AK School, 13-13: 15-3;
Depalma with a 535 set and .AGO Deuces defeated MarAvDet
First of the Jax Navy Sailing Club's new class racing fleet of ,
Mitlmen Await StartOf Al Hughes with a 519 Varnes'were tops 469 Rhodes Bantams will be off the ways in the very near future, according ,forfeit; NavAirWeaps defeated '
Joan
for the men. !AN-Pl( 15-10, 16-14; MarAvDet
to Comdr. Robert Woodside, commodore of the sailing club.
and
Practice SessionsWith series with games of 134, 170, defeated AO School 15-7 15-11
,
;
Contract for the construction of the four new craft. has been
Celia Depalma -
165, led the women. defeated AK School 15-
AN-Pl( ,
installation of the mat series with a set for Dec. 1.Meanwhile.
and ring ropes in Price Natatorium had next best the club's boat captains have set up a training pro- 2, 15-3; NavAirWeaps defeated

Special Services is getting 383. gram, open to anyone interested In sailboat racing, to prepare AN-P(2), 15-3, 14-19, 150.
ready for the coming boxing sea- A, Hughes was named president !- teams for the coming of the Bantams. I The- summary:

of the league with Don Instructions include nomenclature, purposes of parts, marlinspike AG School W 7NavAlrWeapt Q L

son.The glove-slingers of Jax Navy Varies as treasurer, and Al De seamanship, principles of sailing, water safety rules of the (ta) '. S 51 1ANP

will be turning out in regular palma as secretary of the 12-team nautical road, and special racing rules. AGO t 42AGO2 '
practice sessions probably within Fall circuit. All three are from The club will meet this (Thursday evening at 1930 in SoAchol 3 5 4 2
two Naval Air i Weapons System 501. 2 4
weeks
and equipment will be Building MarADet I SAO
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NARTU .

(Continued from Pare 1)

x f a Reserve Command in the 1920'c
;
He died while preparing to make

a non-stop trans-Atlantic flightin

April, 1927. (Charles A Lindbergh .
flew the "Spirit of St.
Louis" across the Atlantic
(AFPS Weekly Feature) Ocean
faces ,for eve n I n ; on the 20th and 21st of May,
Don't let anyone tell you that among them 1927.) His widow Mrs. H. Bryant

two weeks' leave can't provide a ford and Herb Merit of Ponte Vedra Beach, will
new outlook on life in general l ly know by now probably attend the ceremonies

and work in particular. Speak- Gleason will be "live" : L ,. when the trophy is presented.
ing of the "new look," TV screens i ng season, but did : r .zts THE NARTU SQUADRON VP.|

this fall will welcome some new to prove his taste in 741, formerly known as VP-ML-<

chritudinous the 56, was the first reserve group in I
will exhibit a chorus the history of Naval Aviation tOt
Back Tax Taps standing beauties to deploy its forces aboard for a

the "Glea-girls?." a ; summer cruise when it made a
ss''
Mustering Out, Private I Charlie two-week tout of eleven countriesand

Travel popular TV and four continents in 1954,
PayIf
who makeshis traveling some 16,000 miles in
you owe back taxes, and current Y30YEAR fourteen days. A motion picture,
are discharged from active appearances "Malta Revisited,"was made of the
vice, how deep can Uncle in squadron during their flea-like
Sam dig into your resources to khaki' MAN REENLISTS After completing 30 ;years of hopping tactics during that sum.
Army service, Carl Owen, AOC, (right), of Light Photographic
collect the debt? from Ft. Jay, 62, has reenlisted in the"service for another four year mer.VP741
The Comptroller General has N. Y., actedas Here he takes his reenlistment oath in the office of Comdr. is made up of 86 enlisted .
w acted upon the contentionof M.C. fora MacNair (left), skipper of the squadron. Leading chief of men and 29 officers, of'
the Internal Revenue Serv- squadron since reporting in July 1954, Owens was aboard the which number 61 are from Jacksonville .
recent
Hornet when she was sunk in WWII and has served aboard
ice that it may tap service sav- Armed Forces ships. He served with Fighter Squadron Three which Is proper. The remainder of
ings deposits, mustering out talent show at for having produced six: admirals and at least four captains. the men are from such places as
pay, travel allowances and Long! Island's the Beaches, Grfee Cove Springs,
even Soldiers' Home deduc- Jones Beach Baldwin, St. Augustine, and

tions and Class Q allotments. Presented as, RYA' tlldW// Gainesville at the University of
When the services objected, a "MilitarySalute hands"x Florida.

saying that the garnishee to the fm!I MeftE ARE AN&UE36 TO THffCUCSTIOHS .
should be restricted to "take Olympics," with fIJJ SERVlCEMffN P1ND.NEP, Franqui Honor' StudentAt
home pay," the whole thing ,FAMILIES' ASK TH6 VETERANS
Electrician School
.. wound up at the GAO. to the Olympic \ApMimsTRATifri evEgy *Y..: c,
show was the first Andres Franqui, AEAN, was
The decision is that
pay- ment program ( Armed Forces Press Service) the honor student !in last week's .
ments to dischargees repre- loan to buy property. in/ anotherstate
armed services in
graduating class from
senting savings deposits, MOP What is considered full- ? Aviation
and Bet you didn't on-the-job training under Electrician's Mate School Class A
travel
allowances are sub- A-It is possible. However,
heard on a recent GI Bill at NATTCenter.
ject to levy for delinquent fed- ;you will find that generally
VAmos 'n' Andy Franqui, of New York City,
eral taxes in Section 6331 of
training means lenders confine their lending
gram was the joined the Navy in December,
the 1954 Internal Revenue
standard work-week of the operations to certain areas, and
1955. He has
horseback. Our been
on assigned toVRSix
Code. All the rest is exempt where the veteran Is train- may not be willing to lend
tells this is at McGuire
ress us Air Force
from tax levy.Fishing but not less than 36 hours money for out-of-state property
a sirloin steak. Base, Trenton, N. J.
Training 0'less than Q-t hold a Korea GI term insurance .
of the
Quote
hours a week may be au policy. Do I have the
Contest "Two Levenson for star the of If the firm's standard right to convert to a permanent Fund Drive

arrived at through plan? F not disabled vet-
am a
referred to castor oil bargaining, is less (Continued from Page 1))
Winners For man's penicillin." 36 hours. eran. to the local Community Chest
There were A-No. Under the law, Ko- United Fund and Navy Relief.

ListedWinners dogs as people in My application for disabil- rea GI term Insurance policies "Give A Day's Pay" is the
August recently Ella has been turned may not be converted to permanent theme of the drive, with indivi-
tion there filming I plan to appeal. Do I file plans of insurance. duals given a chance to pledge
for competition in the "A Face in the appeal directly with VA's Service-disabled Korea veterans over: a period of seven weeks.
month of August in the Naval Air up no less than 318 of Veterans Appeals in however, may obtain permanent Those who contribute to the
Station's Fishing Contest for civil canine crowd scene D. C.? forms of GI insurance. drive will be eligible to win one

service employees have been revealed Piggott's jail. -No. Tie appeal should be Q-I am a totally disabled vet of three grand prizes-a 1957

by the contest committee. Quote of the with the VA regional of- eran drawing a monthly pension Ford two door sedan; a combination

G. W. Williamson, Public Works Hunter-"People having your records. The from VA. My GI endowment in boat, trailer and motor unit;
Department, won the top prize in have a large procedure starts there. surance policy has just matured, and a color television set.
the black bass division with a try describing Is it possible for a veteran so I receive a small sum each No chances will be sold on the

nine-pound, 15 ounce catch out without using their in one state to get a GI month. Are these insurance pro prizes and no one can have moro
of Hill Crest Lake. ceeds considered income, for pen than one chance to win any of the

IN THE WOMEN'S bracket, WELCOME VISITOR First sion purposes? prizes, except by making separate

Mrs. Grace Corbin, wife of C. B. things first, so vital statistics, A-No. Proceeds of matured donations.
Corbin, 0 & R, came up with the 362235. The name, if you're GI endowment policies are not ----. I .----
top black bass-a four-pound, really interested is. Miss Nancy considered Income for The young student walked into
as -
pension
Barger, Detroit, Mich. Nancy the
library and spoke to his
eight-ouncer, while fishing in *
was Open House visitor at purposes.
"
father "Pop, he said enthusi'
Oklawaha River. There ,
were no Wurtsmlth AFB, Oscoda, Mich.,
children entries in black bass di- and was promptly labeled "Vis astically, "I've got great news for
itor of the Summer" by the base you."
vision. Williamson
and Mrs. Cor-
newspaper there. She could well NAVY WIVES The father smiled and asked
I ,
bin claimed a reel as prizes. qualify for the title of "Visitorof I "What is it?"

Top salt water catches were the Year. CORNERThe "Remember you promised me
made by J. H. Geismann Jr. Public
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first official business session five dollars if I passed in schooU"The
Works Department, who ,... father nodded.
of the National Conventionof
landed a pound two
seven- ounce "
"Well, said the son, "I'm sparing -
speckled trout at Mosquito La- Navy Wives Clubs of AmericaInc.
"
goon; C. E. Roesel, 0 & R, who ., got under way the morningof ; you that expense this year.

snared a 11-pound two-ounce red October 4. can obtain them at the door.

bass at Fernandina; and R.' N. Long Beach, California was the Wilma Brooks, chairman for

Keith, who caught a one-pound, 411, place chosen for this years con the dance and co-chairman Grace
J n 1 n e-ounce whiting at Sisters ;\1 vention and the meetings will Copeland, were interviewed on

Creek. Each received a Coleman last through October 8. WMBR-TV October on the Open
stove as his prize.: rc House program and also
\ JAX 86 WILL be well repre on
ENTRY PRIZE for August wentto sented at the convention with WJHP-TV on October 5 at 1730.

James Lamb, 0 & R, for his ;: Ruth Reese, Betty Moore and This was to publicize the dance
eight-pound, eight-ounce red bass l\\ Alice Meyer as delegates.On and also some of the projects
out of the St. Johns river. done by Navy Wives.
4 jy bt the preceeding evening to
Prizes for the month of September -
the convention, special Regional
. include: black bass-Coleman
, stove; salt water-service reel 1r k .b meetings were called so that activities I! Lo .!i-IAWIEJ
; for the coming year could R P IL laD
1 entry-special night light. "be planned for these districts. PQ D ANI
The Fishing 1 committee has LID KE
asked that participants in.the con- Y"ya DON'T FORGET the Subscription
test make certain that their entry Dance, sponsored by Navy HHGJ R L BUBO L N naaama i

blanks are filled out properly and Wives, October 6 at the Semi- ansia ana
signed i by two witnesses. The onole Hotel. Dancing will start at HC3(3( BOBlS Plane
committee is looking forward to 2000 with a band providing the L CJH. EaHn I HQD1UH
more action and entries for the music. There will also be door D I NIP A bI

t remaining weeks of the season prizes given away. For those who
t which closes Oct. 31. haven't purchased their tickets (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle) ..
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