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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1956
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Marines To Celebrate 181st Year With Traditional Ball r:


United States. Marines rally high-ranking Naval and Marine KAS] Jax Marine Barracks and flower Hotel in Jacksonville. Boulevard again will be the sceno r
throughout the world this weekend officers wil highlight all five I guests will enjoy a buffet dinner Dancing 'is scheduled from 2000 of the Marine Aviation Reservo <

to celebrate their 181st birth. parties. The first will be held, I it 1900 in th$ CPO Club, followd until 0100, With Major Louis J. Training Detachment party, starting 4
day anniversary Nov 10. Five Friday night at the Officers Club << by dancing until 0030. Capt. Sartor, Commanding Officer, at 2000 and continuing until
celebrations are scheduled locally by the officers of the Marine Air ,William S. Harris, Commanding Marine Barracks, cutting the midnight. Lt. Col. Robert Teller,
In which Marine units will par. Detachment, NATTCenter. It will Officer: NAS Jax, will officiate In cake. Commanding Officer of the unit, ;

tielpate in honor of the Intrepid start with a dinner at 1800, and 1 he; cake-cutting ceremony ,at Enlisted 'personnel of the Mar- will officiate in the cake-cutting; / t

croup of fighting men recruitedat continue until 0130. The dancing 2100. ine Air Detachment will hold ceremony. ,

Tun Tavern, Philadelphia, In will be interrupted at 2200 when Staff NCOs of the Marine Air their party in Building 3 from From the small Marine unit
1775, to form the nucleus of the Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Detachment, NATTCenter, will 2000 to 2400. Lt. Col. Frank R. of 1775 the present U. S. Marino ;
proud U. 8. Marine Corps renowned Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville loin with the Marine Recruiting Porter Jr., commanding officer of Corps has grown to more than

for its valor, loyalty and. will cut ,the cake. Office and the Second Amphibian the Marine Air Detachment will 200,000. As then, every Marino

rugged stamina. All other parties will be held Praetor Company to celebrate the cut the cake at 2030. is a* volunteer. The arsenal of

Cake-cutting ceremonies b y _Saturday_ night.. Personnel of the 1 birthday anniversary at the May. Charley's Place on Roosevelt (Please turn to Pare 4, Col. ) r
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Vol-14 NO 33 Home f Cmma der lAB-'ND.I"IH' Air jMUoivlllej Fl.*t Air WUf Ill, N.nl l Air TwhaleU TnlI l l_c O..*rj' N..III..pU.IIack.Ule.: 8 November 1956 i .


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i4 .. '7.,.. -<-) < ,.... .. .l., Heart SurgeryRobert Dufek At South Pole I,


;.; White, nine-old son of The first airplane-a Navy RID flown by Hear Adm. .. <

James H. White, aviation machin. George Dufek, Commander, Task Force 43, Operation Deep- j
t, ist's mate first class, and Mrs. freeze-ever to land at the South Pole, was one of four 114Ds \
r } r' ,5 White, has courageously and successfully modified(, during the past summer by the Overhaul and Repair '

come through an unusual Department.The .

and extremely delicate l historic flight from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica,

w "open heart" operation performed to the Pole covered a distance of 1500 miles round-trip. i

:" 1 Sept. 27 at Johns Hopkins. Hos Furthermore, only two previous exploring parties, both afoot,
pital in Baltimore. ever reached the Pole before. One was led by the Norwegian

White, who is attached to Fas- Roald Amundsen in 1911, the other by England's Capt. RobertF.
ron 6, reported that Robert I '
( t} young Scott.
: ; was the 20th person this year to I THE SKI-EQUIPPED PLANE ,
undergo the operation, and the Antarctica.
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flown by Adm.'Dufek was modified -
.'" '" 10th tQ have had the new heart NEW, ALSO, and highly important -
::2J
? .: .,. and lung pump used during it. in the local shops under the to the long non-stop

The lad's' physical ailment be- supervision of Capt. T. D. Tyra, flights was the installation of

came apparent soon after birth O and R Officer, and Louis St. two huge fuel tanks in the main .

51 when a medical examination revealed Petery, electronics engineer./& In cabin, which add 1100 gallons to,
there was a hole in the addition to the four transport the customary 800 gallons of fuel
center wall of his heart. Not un- aircraft, four HO4 helicopterswere carried by the planes. The extra *
til recently could medical care modified at the same time. fuel permits the planes to fly the

accomplish a great deal to improve In 1955 five aircraft were modified entire 2200 miles from New Zealand .
his health. Until last year by 0 and R for similiar use. to McMurdo Sound, which
4
'$ t v the boy was taken by his parentsto they could 'not do safely in 1953
tiS I After a year of experience in ..
r Johns Hopkins for a physical except in very good weather conditions -
the and of
uses requirements po
check-up every two years, and he --rare in that area. Consequently
lar-flown aircraft, the 1956 modifi.
has been under Navy care for the aircraft were
cations in instances
. eight years. were some forced to remain in New Zealandlast
radically changed or improved.
Robert was entered at the hospital year \
Perhaps the most spectacular was
on Sept. 24, and the opera. F!'
the painting of the aircraft witha To eliminate explosion hazards
.1' tion was performed three days brilliant orange fluorescent in cases of emergency, the 0 and .
kr i later. During the delicate opera paint whose glow would be spot. R shops added a "dumping" fa-
tion the mechanical heart and
ted over the vast distances of (Please turn to Page 4, Col. 4)
lung pump was in use for 24

n. .. y."Y Y. ___ _....Y_..._..._. .. _.m..,......'. H ...n.my ._ minutes after it was put in operation -

HOME AGAIN AND ON TilE MEND. Robert White, 9, son following the opening of the
of James II. and Shirley White, shows his mother one of his chest cavity. In that time the ..
model planes while convalescing at the White home at 5249 boy's heart was stopped to permitthe
Helm Ave., Jacksonville, following an "open heart" operation insertion of small
which the youth underwent at Johns Hopkins Hospital In Balti a plastic
more. plug in the heart's wall betweenthe w .
right and left auricle which $ S.Y

was then sewed securely in
Fund Drive Near Top; place.In .

order to perform such an +,,
operation, the main arteries '
Enters Final Week : h AR
carrying blood to and from the
heart are clamped off and any

The climb toward the $110, 000 goal of the Navy Duval blood remaining within the heart
Community Fund Drive has jumped this week from 78.8 to is removed

86.7 percent, Capt.'T. D. Tyra, chairman of the steering com- Twenty-eight days after the 11 45 V r; J
mittee, revealed this week. operation was performed Robert

At the same time Fleet Air Wing Eleven, the largest of and his mother returned to Jacksonville. __ 5a1)) *
three commands to go over the top, is proudly boasting that 'The lad is showing I
it is the first command to have a total 100 percent of its goalin steady Improvement, his parents

cash, with 118 percent pledged.The report, during his convalescence.
The Whites cannot say enoughin
other two commands in the
up in the most recent breakdowns. praise of the excellent premedical -
100 percent ranks are the Marine Perhaps outstanding in this respect care Robert received at the

Air Reserve Training Detachmentand is the AGO School of NATT Naval Hospital, Jacksonville. He ;; "

Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval Center which has 117 percent, all will be taken to Johns Hopkins .,' $
cash in hand. Others having cash again on Jan: 22 for a medical w." re ,,. W t
District, with their previous
in hand have not so reported. checkup: 1. ;
pledges of 140 and 131 percents ; ;ir
unchanged. NAS Jax departments reveal tions, 100.8; Operations, 99; Public

the following percentage ratings: Works, 98.4; Discipline,. 97.3;
Following, with their latest per. Fiscal, 82.4; Communications, 80 4'
Medical, 215.5, again leading the ; '
Jackson.
Fleet Air
,
centages are Marine Barracks '
79.7 Overhauland amvap.aDSw.4NAVY
; 1av0
field; Chaplain, 186; Dental 163;
ville, 94.0; Naval Hospital, 88; 79.2 and
Repair, ; Supply, 64
NAS Jax, 86.7; N ART U, 78; Navy Fuel Depot, 134.5; NAMTD, ComFalrJax- ; PLEDGES GIOOO-l\lakJnr; the major contribution in
reports: VA-172
the Armed Forces Pledge Day of. the Jacksonville Community
NAS Cecil Field, 77.9; NATTCenter 134; Fasron 51-A, 120; Security, 140; Staff, 111'CVG-17,108; ; Fae- Chest-United Fund Drive, Capt. William S. Harris (right),'representing
77; and NAAS Mayport, 68. 109; Area Wage, 108; Administration tulant, Det. 2,100; VU-4,100; VF- all Navy commands In the local area, won warm applause
with the unit of the campaign and the ,
Many newcomers in the list Of 107.7; Disease Vector Control 62, 90; Fasron Six, 88; VAH-3, 77; largest and single thanks of pledge Charles W. Campbell, Jacksonville's congratulations I"
departmental 100 percenters show Center, 105.8; Industrial Rela- (Please turn to Page 4, Col. 3)) campaign chairman .





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Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine acthltlei at Naval Air f
Station, Jacksonville, Florid .,
NAS, Jacksonville .. :\.)
Capt.VIlllam S. Ilarrli ..?...?...ltl...?_..,.?....__, ........ Commanding Officer ,< ,
Comdr. Robert Jl. Smith __..._.._._.._.__ _.,.._., KxecutUe Officer ,
Fleet Air JicU,ille
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell _.......?__..,- ... Commander
Capt. ::t. S.: St-arcy, Jr. _.....__......_' Chief of. Staff>
}'Iu& Air Min( y'lnu
Capt. Bowcn ?. McLrad CommanderChief
Comdr. T. S. White ..........-...:_.........:..__............__........._._ 'Staff OfficerCommanding ,
'Naul Air TrthBirU Tr lalB( OaUri
Comdr. Edward W. BUhop ... Officer
Comdr. William E. Meshman .... ....._....................-_-.?_ Executive Officer
-'NaaIU..pUat i
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl ,__..._._................ .,...., Commanding Officer
Capt. Marry Shupp _._......_....._ Executive Officer
NAUTU
('apt. Norman! O. Anderson _...... ........ .._._.._ Commanding Officer
Comdr. William E. Hardy ....._...._............._...._..__. Executive Officer
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The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Kloilad, and printed commercially I with 1 non-appropriated funds Lr' 1
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS 1'-:i5. Rev
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the
U. S. Naval Hospital. .

Service Information Off leer.,........_ ..1 t. Dave Beeaely i
Managing Editor: rli }'IaK')'
Start Reporter Kathleen Sulton; Jack Holme, PHI; Nancy Ward J03; 4I
Robert Aclp, SN. '
AFrJhat AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service
1 appealing I In this I publication may nut be reprinted without; I
the written permission of Armed Forces I'ress Service. Republication of other
matter, except by service publications, is JlrllhlblledILhout permission of
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS.
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension
fU4, 216 and 8164.Holiday>> .

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EARN HIGH SCHOOL CERTIFICATES: Certificates equal to a high school diploma were awarded I
through the USAFI educational division to four candidates who completed the neccessary work
at the NAS Jacksonville Education Office. Left to right: Martin L. Frohlick, FA; Harry 1 I.

Patterson RM2; and Charles P._Winston, AN. Not ,present was Theron II. McCnlley.
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(Prepared by NATTC LibrarianFor

alt Navy 'libraries in the area) SAFETYBox GED Exams Net Four

History of Marine Corps Aviation

in World War IL Of special Score

nterest- to our personnel-and High School CertificatesFour
especially suggested just now! Disabling Injuries Through

History of the United States Friday Nov. 2

Marine Corps. Happy Birthday on This Month 1 Navy men have received certificates for completion *

n lave Aaour?116 TliRteAR'6 the first one hundred and eightyone This Year 9 of a high school education through the USAFI General
AUD IJTT1-E 54 t Educational Development Testing Section located in the NAS
years. of a justly proud his- Days Since ,
tory Jax Educational Office in Building 955. The four were
Last Lost Time Acci. cnt :5
U. S. Marines and Amphibious Theron II. McCulley, now at NAAS Mayport; Charles P.

War, Just a small group retained .---- Winston, AN, NAS Operations Crash and Fire Division :
Leaves I Harry; I. Patterson RM2 NAS Communications and Martin
belief in the practicality of sea- volume presenting facts about ;
borne attack L. Frohlich, FA, of Personnel.To .
against defended
atomic energy and atomic wea
Winter Freeze beaches. Their study, practice and pons. earn the certificate the four
be given until six months after
development of such strategy Electronics and Electronic De candidates passed five tests-incorrectness the candidate has completed the
NX Warns DriversIt made possible the success of its
vices. New edition of A. L. Al and effectiveness of entire battery. The second retest
in'the
practice Pacific. An excellent -
may seem remote these evaluation illustrated with bert's book, previously publishedas expression, which includes spell- will not be given until one year

Fundamental Electronics and ing, puncfviation/ grammar and later.
balmy days in the Florida sun, maps and photographs.
but change is the pattern of life Arms and Men. A new study of Vacuum Tubes. ability to express ideas clearly;

.and both cold weather and Christmas American military history which, The Cruiser. A fictionalized in the interpretation o? reading

are on their way. in addition to obvious coverage, story of a British cruiser from materials in the social studies, Stragglers To

provides of her commissioning through her which includes ability to under-
Chief interest to military per an analysis attitudes
sonnel, naturally, is holiday leave. toward military personnel and the service in peace and in war. stand and to evaluate critically Ride Owl BusHitchhiking
selected reading material the in-
As always, the Navy will grant t circumstances causing the how Roll Shenandoah. Historical ;

special leave over Christmas and and why of growth and/or decline I novel with an unusual feeling of terpretation of reading materialsin Out
of our military A natural science, with emphasis
New Year's to as many as can power. different the present although the background -
approach to history which should placed upon scientific vocabulary,
be spared without detriment to is the Shenandoah Valley
interest attention to detail and logical HITCHHIKING IS STRICTLY -
The operation of the Station. everyone. Campaign.
Men in Arms. Another new reasoning; the interpretation of TABOO FOR MILITARY

THE FIRST LEAVE period book with a title so similar to the Wonderful Sibleys. A modern literary materials, based on varied PERSONNEL.

will start Nov. 21 and extend above that confusion is bound to setting for a family story Plot selections from world literature; According to NAS Jax Instruction -

through Jan. 3. The second period result! This one is a history of chiefly involves one member of and general mathematical ability, 1620.3, the Shore
will start Dec. 15 and extend the who including Patrol Is watchful for all
family learns
warfare and its interrelationshipswith some dev aspects of life insur- ever
through Jan. 22. western society. Both books astating facts about his "wonder- ance installment buying, taxes military personnel hitchhiking

Many of these leaves will be deserve wide reading. ful" relatives. and estimating costs. on the viaduct or streets in

spent in northern states, where Gallipoli. An account of what is the Riverside area.
Speak to'the Winds. A small Island While numerous Navy men
there is no doubt about the
wintry temperatures. Those who considered by many to be the community off the Maine have taken advantage of this edu- Those apprehended will be

most controversial campaign of Coast provides'delightful variety cation, it is unusual, according delivered by the Shore Patrolto
plan to drive will do well to
winterize their before leav modern times. in the characters who make this to those who administer the tests, the City Bus Station"where

ing Florida. cars Facing the Atomic Future. Recently story more a "community" novel. for four to receive the certificates they will be put aboard a

published, this is the latest I We think you'll like it. at one time. Yet having the I Jacksonville Coach Companybus
TilE NAVY EXCHANGE Ser-
certificates provides future enroute for.NAS Jackson-
vice Station does a bang-up job opportunity vine!
l for all who pass the tests I
winterizing automobiles. It
on that they would not have This special bus for those
will clean the radiator check the other-
wise, besides being of distinct who defy Navy regulations will
heater, thermostat, transmission, value to the service in which run every day except Sunday,
differential; and add anti-freezc enlisted. they'are until the need for it no longer

for protection against sub-zero exists.If .
temperatures.A The tests are used to
establish you happen to be in Jack.
standard form advising of Lw high school and one year college sonville and have no other

defects will be furnished with equivalency for military pur- means of transportation after

each servicing. Although this poses. Civilian credit may also be the last regularly scheduled

extra service is provided, patronsare 7 1a obtained dependent upon the bus for the Naval Air Station

. advised that the Navy Ex- rules of the civilian educational departs, you can-and are directed

change is not authorized to fur- institution concerned. to-avail yourselves of

nish mufflers or other expensive A. minimum score of 35 on this special bus transportationback

items. each test, or an average standard to the Station.Hitchhiking .

Attendants at the Service Sta- score of 45 on all five tests, is is strictly out!

tion also remind car owners that, required for the high school certificates .

in spite of the Chamber of Com- for military purposes. A A civilian saw a dejected sailor

;merce, it does get cold in Florida, possible score of 75 can be made on a park bench.

and to be safe it is best to win A on each test. lIe asked: "Anything wrong,
f
terize all cars-even those that Two retests son?"
are authorized
will not be taken to northern HOLY COW! I didn't realize it got so fold in Florida. Should the entire battery of tests or on on "I'm listless," sighed the sailor."
December and
climes during have had my car winterized at the Navy Exchange before I left separate parts of the battery. "Lost your pep?"

January. the Station. However, the first retest will not "No, my list of phone numbers."



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., A. >, Johnson Group FAS-6 VolunteersGive Pensioners l\lust.% .);


Studies Civilian Orphans HomeRooms Report Hike In ..: (

Paint JobThe Income, VA Says t :'

Pay Problems
traditional willingness of Veterans and widows and chil. ; 1j
Chairman Johnson of the Senate Naval personnel to do a good dren of deceased veterans who
Post Office and Civil Service turn whenever the opportunityshows receive pensions are warned by
Committee, has appointed an itself, was fully demonstrated the Veterans Administration to '
advisory council to make recom- last weekend when 14 report immediately any increase
mendations on pay increases for members of Fasron 6 worked which would raise their annual
Federal employees.The from 0900 to 2130 Saturday and income above lawful limits.

Senator said that it was Sunday painting rooms in the To remain eligible for pension, ..
apparent to him that the up. Children's Home Society on San pensioners of WWI, WWII and
.
I .;z.4,.n : .o.a'iy y.i y. ward spiral of living costs has Diego Road, Jacksonville.The the Korean War may not havean
i xx not been arrested and that he paint was provided by the annual income from other
felt the pay of Civil Service organization, but the labor and sources exceeding $1,400 if'without
f'a+3 personnel will need to be adjusted the equipment was provided by dependents, or $2,700 with

upward during the next session Fasron 6, by arrangement with wife or minor children..
of Congress. Lt. Herb Sargent, squadron oper- VA checks annual incomes by .
A poll taken by the National ations officer. Nine rooms were questionnaires distributed about
Federation of Post Office Clerksof all but painted in the two sessions Jan. 1 every year. However, if
I Congressional candidates on and fully completed Mon the pensioner fails to notify the
their views regarding pay in- day night. VA promptly of any increase in
creases for classified and Postal Those generously donating income acquired after that which
workers resulted in a favorable their off-duty hours to the worth raises his income beyond the
reply from 302 of 318 approac) ed. while job were: J. A. Carlo, SN;
__m,, --,'. .n..."'" m..."............ w......._ Hm' -_ ._.___ ____ mm_______ .__ four and 12 AT3 A. Dc- allowed limit, payments will bt-
Only were opposed E. R. Williamson ; discontinued retroactive to the
RETIRES AFTER 15 YEARS CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOY undecided. The ratio of Republicans Paola, AN; R. E. Cole Jr., AMAN; first of the
MENT. Edward J. Lawerence, (left), Supervising Engineering and Democrats favoring the II. P. Werdon, AP3; P. S. year. .
I Draftsman (general), retired on Oct. 31, after 15 yean civil service If the pensioner notifies VA
. employment lie Is here presented a 15-years service pin by Capt. pay raise was about the same- Comeaux, YN 1; D. L. Keefe, AN; promptly in such instance' pay
William C. Dunn, (right),. Assistant Overhaul and Repair Depart- more than 90 percent. D. G. Oliver, AD3; R. E. Clark, ment will be discontinued as of
ment Officer. Chairman Johnson is also ATAN; G. A. Pelfrcy, AN; R. II. : the date the last payment was ,-
warehouseman first step Supply pledging his committee to take Berry, AA; D. G. Swan, AA; i made and no overpayment (sub-
The Department. action next year to liberalize J. R. Hernick, PN3; and G. R. ject to recovery by the government
Up the Federal employee life insurance Olmstead SN.WAVES. will result.
Louise Larimore, clerktypistGS3 program. Stating that he is 4 .
Pensions arc payable to vet
LADDERWith to supervisory clerk GS-4 dissatisfied
; with the ,declining
erans for payment and total disabilities -
Harold Long helper, radio me- rate of the policy value afteran Lounge of a nonservice-connected ,.
Civilians chanic second setup to radio me- employee reaches age 65, 31 Oct. nature and to the widows and
which then decreases Opened
by two
per- children of deceased veterans for
chanic first step; Norris Mallory,
(Periodically the Jax Air Newsin cent a month until it reaches a nonservice-connected death H
cooperation with the Industrial machine operator third step to low of 25 percent of the original Halloween passed successfully viding applicants are otherwise, pro-:
I machinist second step; Richard value the Senator revealed his last week' (the Main Gate is still ..
.I Relation Department trill list Middleton, helper, aircraft mechanic I intention of studying the program intact) with a brace of parties eligible. .
various promotions for Naval Air further.A held in King Hall and at the
(general) second step to
Station civilian personnel) special advisory committeewill Waves' Lounge, Barracks 722. Ex-Scout -
On the promotion roster effec- aircraft assembler first step; be appointed to see if legislation -. With a bevy of hostesses from
Ralph Norton, radio mechanic Jacksonville in attendance .
can be worked out so that some
tive Oct. 21, and Nov. 4, were 37
third step to electronics mechanic employees can retain the full pol- 400 persons thronged into King
employees, 28 from Overhaul and third step; George Ramsey, air- icy value after age 65, or at Hall where Special Services 1 Now
Repair Department, five from craft engine assembler third stepto least keep it "50 to 75 percent of staged a party under the auspicesof navyLeads
Supply Department, and two each original value. -.. Mrs. Eaualee McHugh patroness -
from Public Works Departmentand aircraft mechanic (motor) ... -.- of the Enlisted Men's Loungeat
Miscellaneous. third step. Instructor: "Now remembermen NATTCenter" Troop

Promoted at O & R were James Nathaniel Roulhac, helper statistics don't lie.' Now, Cider, doughnuts and cakes cre-

Abele, radio mechanic third step painter second step to painter for an example if 2 men could ated a queue as long as the stag Boys Scout Troop 132, led by
to electronics mechanic third (aircraft finish and insignia) first build a house in one day, one line but there wasn't 1 drop nora I Scoutmaster Edmund Auger,

step; George Bagley, aircraft en- step; Calvin Rowell, helper electroplater man could build the same housein crumb left when the fun was Trademan second class, and in. ..
gine assembler third step to air- third step to electro- 2 days. Do you understand over. The NAS Jax band furnished structor in the Arco Trainer Unit,
craft mechanic (motor) third plater first step;Norman Vertigan, what I meanT Jones, give me an the music.Meanwhile Naval Aviation Mobile Detach.
step; Ovid Bennett, engineering apprentice electrician (aircraft) example." to the blare of the ment, is lending a hand to the
draftsmangen). GS-4 to en iner- first class to electrician (aircraft) Jones: "You mean that if one juke box, NAS and NATTCenter Jacksonville Community Chest-
ing draftsmangen( ). GS-5; An- first step; Ambrose Waldeck, air. boat could cross the ocean in Waves entertained in Barracks United Fund campaign in the 1
drew Benton, aircraft electrical craft fabric worker third step to six days six boats could cross it 722 as they reopened their lounge I Lake Shore area by distributing I
equipment Installer, second step upholsterer first step; Jesse Wil- in one day. for.. the Winter season. 9 doorknob hangers providing information \ .
to electrician (aircarft) first step; cox, laborer (cleaner) second stepto I about the annual cam
Bernard Boisvert, production warehouseman first step; Wesley paign and its purpose
metallurgist (physical) GS-11 .to Wilson, aircraft engine assem- The Boy Scouts are among the
supervisory production metallur- bler second step to aircraft me- 43 agencies benefilting by the
gist (physical) GS-12; Eugene chanic (motor) first step and campaign, and Auger is a staunch
Brunk, pantograph machine op- Thomas Winn, engineering drafts- 0 supporter of the Scout movement ..
erator third step to aircraft instrument man (general) GS-4 to engineering from way back. His first interest .
mechanic third step. draftsman (general) GS-5. was stirred when he became a

Carleton Bushman, radio mechanic ADVANCED AT PUBLIC ,..ar aAr Tenderfoot in his home town of
third step to electronics WORKS Department were Elva i Lynn, Mass. During his boyhoodhe
mechanic i third step; Bennie Thrower, clerk-stenographer GS. -I advanced to First Class. After
Clark,* helper painter third step 3 to supervisory clerk-stenog-i /(4 joining the Navy. four years ago
to painter (aircraft finish and insignia rapher GS-4; Raymond'" Collins, V'A' he again devoted his free' time
) first step; Fred Connell, laborer third step to warehouseman to Scout activities.
aircraft' engine assembler third first step.Promoted He has been Scoutmaster of

step to aircraft mechanic motor at Supply :Department ,1"c: fy Troop 132 for the past three years, .

first step; Samuel Crowell, air- were Roy Chester, mail : ______ and saw his troop participate in
craft engine assembler third stepto clerk: GS-2 to property and supply .. <.< the Jacksonville campaign's
aircraft mechanic i (motor) clerk GS-3; Edith Cooper, file + 1 OP .. "kick-off parade. lie meets every
third step; Sammy DeBord, air- clerk: GS-2 to fiscal accountingclerk ::1 t tr;: Wednesday night with the troop
craft electrical electrical equip .6V and participates in other scouting
GS-3 Fiscal Department :
; ::'(,}..": ., + cy: ? 4uL4'T4
ment installer second step to electrician Milton Elliott, property and sup : activities outlined by the National
.
(aircraft) first step; ply clerk GS-3 to property and : ., Council, BSA. ,
George Derrick, radio mechanic supply clerk GS-3 to property and; The theme for this month is
third step to production methods supply clerk GS-4; Martha Kin- : "What To Do If Lost", in con
& standards specialist GS-7. ard, typist GS-2 to property and I nection with which the 42 troop

James Elston, aircraft electrical supply clerk GS-3; and Steve members are studying astronomy.
equipment repairman third stepto Strucko, warehouseman second. One member, Bobby DuChanols .
electrician (aircraft) first step; step electroplater first step Over- ; son of Lt. Comdr. Francis Du.
Edgar Harper, aircraft electrical haul and Repair Department. Chanois officer-in-charge of the
Disease Vector Control Center-
equipment installer first step to I N MISCELLANEOUS, advancements ,.,
I 9t will make Eagle Scout this month
electrician (aircraft) first step; were Michael Cos-

Alfred Jensen, guard GS-3 to cone, supervisory employee rela- :,::; '.' Court during of the Honor.Muskogee District
tions officer GS-11 Industrial Re- .
< ", Auger is assisted !in his Scouter
BC-BS Premiuni Due lations Department to supervisory :, ', ';.1. ,. '
: .. .. .... duties by three Marines from the
Vet- employees relations officer GS-12
Due, to the legal holiday, -- Marine Air Detachment, NATT
erans Day, Monday, Nor. 12, Industrial Relations Department; INSTRUCTOR IS SCOUTMASTER. Edmund Anger, TD2, an Center. The four patrols of the
Blue Cross-Blue Shield premiumsfor and Lawrence Rosequist, time and NAMTD Link Trainer Instructor at NAS Jacksonville, is scoutmaster
of Troop 132 of Muskogee District of Jacksonville. He to troop are taken on a monthly
the month of November will leave clerk GS-3 Fiscal Depart- shown here checking: instruments in the Mobile Trainer Anger1 camping trip to Camp Echocko-
be due and payable on Tuesday, ment to time and leave'superyisorGS4. troop members participated in the Community Chest Drive by passing
Nov. 13, and Wednesday, Nov. 14. out door-knob hangers on Nov. 3, In Lake Shore area. (Please turn to Page <4<, Col. 1))
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: Parades, Services To _. 'fi:q.CommuiitY ; 1 11J.



Mark Veterans Day ltIA/UL/ COMMUNITY CHEST UNITED FUND NAVY RELIEF I


PERCENT OF QUOTA om 1 1o

Navy and Marine personnel of the 'Naval Air Station 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 60 90 GOAl 10 20 .
Jacksonville and } .
th.e Naval Air Technical Training Center, 1
will participate in two Veterans Day parades this weekend. COMFAIRJAX, lAW : i

With the holiday falling on Sunday, Jacksonville Beach :COMNAB 6' -
is staging its big parade at 1000 Saturday. Marching in its t:

ranks will be a platoon of Navy men from NATTCenter and a [i FAW-II ,

'platoon of Marines from the Marine Aviation Detachment. : MARTD ,
MAD is also furnishing a color guard, and music will be fur- II

nished in the parade by the Jax Navy Band. : HAAS MAYPORT .. "....

The Jax Navy Band will again NARTU ) ,
on Hogan past the reviewing J ,i'
I be heard during a special cere- stand in Hemming Park, after .::NAS CECIL ',. I
mony at the new Florida State which it will disband. Seated on MAS JAX' I I Iff[ .

Chamber of Commerce Building the reviewing stand will be Rear NATTC'NAVAL .
Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Com- !
I.
"ion the Jacksonville Expressway :;t
mander, Fleet Air Jacksonville; HOSPITAL .

i at 1500 Sunday. At that time a Capt. William S. Harris, Com- fcntihtfrtftW******** 1"*,_'**,,,,',M,,,,.''"' .....-...._."" _'_ at"'M1Ml",. "" "'......!Il:'>:'. .

memorial flagpole will be dedicated manding Officer, Naval Air Station CHART SHOWS INCREASED FUND PLEDGES:-With a real of $110,000, of which $61,000
to all veterans. Major Gen ; Congressman Charles E. Is pledged to the Jacksonville Community Chest-.Unlted Fund and an as yet undisclosed quota to
1 Mark Lance, Adj. 'General of the Bennett; Mayor Haydon Burns Navy Relief[ Society, three commands are well over the top. Largest command of the three is
R
Fleet Air Wine Eleven, which has now reached 118 percent-all in cash!
Florida National Guard will offi- and other ton-rankine militaryand
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ciate, and guests will include military civilian personnel. Cavaliers
Fund Drive South Pole Cop Cake
and veterans groups in the Veterans Day is an outgrowthof ,

area. the former Armistice Day (Continued from Pate 1)) (Continued from Pare 1)) "E's" At Cuba Base
THE HOLIDAY will be ]legally which was originally 'designated
observed Monday, beginning witha to observe the end of World WarI. VA-44, 70; VF-43, 65; VA-1J5, 35; cility which, 'In a trial run over
VF-171, 30; VA-175, 30; and V AU1 VF-22'i Fighting Cavaliers
Memorial Mass at 0800 in St. Following World War II and the the Atlantic near Mayport, returned -

Edward's Catholic Chapel. All Korean War, the more appropriate ,NATTCenter 30 whose i dumped 900 gallons of fuel in a recently from several
activities aboard the Station will designation of the day was ap- ratings months successful operations
I this week are all cash on the minute; and 40 seconds.A .
be closed for the day with the ex- proved by Congress. aboard the two
barrel, are, in order: AGO School, third important installationwas Navy's supmar-
01
cepuon clubs Navy and snack Exchange bars. These operated 117 percent; Support, 61 percent; that of a duel polar path riers, the USS Saratoga, and the

Marine TakesToastmasters YAWS school, 58 percent; AK USS Forrestal.The .
include the Anchorage; the Golf compass system to permit navigation -
Club Shack School, 52 percent; AE and ,AO long hours put in mutual
; and Snack Bars at in polar areas where lines
schools, both !50 percent and
;
Operations, and in the NATTCen- effort the
saw squadron make
AEP, 36 percent. of magnetic forces are vertical
tfer area. rather than horizontal. large strides in preparing for
At 1000 the NATTCenter and Talk TrophyMajor The twin
:MAD marching platoons, the Jax MarinesContinued system was employed in case onof their many missions as a fighting

Navy Band, and a detail of men Lou Sartor the compasses should become team.

from the NAS Jax Marine Bar- Officer of the Marine, Commanding Barracks, ( from Page 1)) inoperable. In a high altitude bombing rom

racks who will man a O & R De- captured the "fur lined gavel" in new and fantastic weapons is afar FURTHER SAFEGUARDS included pex held in Guantanamo Bay,

partment Float, will)] convene at the first quadruple meeting of cry from the muskets and use of heated glass to prevent Cuba, Skipper Daniel E. Douglas,

Julia, between Church and Ash- Jacksonville and Jax Navy Toastmasters cannon of Revolutionary days. fogging of instruments under Comdr. William G. Coulter and
ley Streets in downtown Jackson- Club held in the CPO Tactics have been devised to meet certain conditions, and an extensive ,
ville where the parade will form. Club Nov. 1. the challenge of the age with the electronics installation neverefore Bullseye George Dwyer led the

STARTING AT 1040, the hour- The Major's prizewinningspeech development of Marine Aviation, > carried in any aircraft. squadron's 15 qualifiers by winning -

long parade will proceed south on was entitled "Dear Citi- the introduction of the Marine Radar, too, was installed, an improvement personal "E" awards.

Julia, west on Adams, south on zen", and the gavel will now remain concept' of vertical envelopment, over last year's modi- Aboard the USS Saratoga, Lt-
Clay, east on Forsyth, north on with the lax Navy Toast- and many other changes.But fications. And the planes were
(jg) Tommie R. Rinard ]logged the
Laura, west on Adams and north the esprit de tightly
masters Club until the next con- corps which weather-stripped, sealed, 1000th landing aboard that ship
test. Competing against him wereBill has always made the Marine and equipped with gasoline-fired
earning the right to preside at the
Ex-Scout l McCli*'kin, of the Downtown Corps unique and unsurpassed, heaters, thus turning the aircraft traditional cake
cutting ceremony -
Jacksonville Toastmasters, Riley remains unchanged, with every into adequate shelter for the crew ; .
(Continued from Pace 3)) Brisendine, of Southern Bell Tele Marine ready on a moment's for a period of 30 days, in case

tee, Orange Park, and will pre- phone Toastmasters, and MasterSergeant notice to fight the nation's battles it should be downed. The squadron wishes to ml-

!sent a Harvest Festival on "Swede" Larson, of against any force. The dependable R4D modifiedas come to the team the following]

Thanksgiving Eve. MarNav Easy-7 Toastmasters. The staff of the Jax Air News a "Jack-of-all-trades" will 1 men who recently reported

Auger not only instructs, but About 80 attended the joint heartily congratulate all Marinesn carry personnel, aboard: David Choate, SN; John
cargo or huge
takes advantage of training with the Dew,. AEAN; Benjamin j i llall,
meeting, Lcdr. Vince Anania, Jacksonville area on thisproud quantities of fuel. It is easily
courses in scouting. He has just president of Jax occasion AECA; Brian Hanson, ATAN;
Navy Toastmas and wishes them proving its worth in the current
completed the Advanced Scout tea, presiding as host. many happy returns of the day! Operation Deepfreeze.The Paul Obenchain, ADI; Paul Rogers
master Course, and attended the II The speakers, were introducedby AE1; George Rusinko, ATC:
monthly Scoutmasters Round Toastmaster Dick plan is to construct a baseat Jacob Schneider, AD3; Ambrose
Agnew. of
,
Hobby the
Shop Offers exact location
of the
Table. Navy Recruiting.COMDR. Pole with South Sopkowiak, AK1; Earle] Stauffer,
,
additional Americansases AD3;, Frank Siska, AOU3; Garret

.. ., .. ." , .'. personnel attempt to gather GF1 Robert Mackie" AN Leo
:.J. Hobby Shop, located in i ; ;
...f' <. Bldg. 986 on Ajax SJ., is a good enough the mysteries geophysical of data to solve Gillson, ATC; Rjchard Trexler,

place to spend an evening. Open Antarctica. AQ1; and Walter Hinkle, AN.

to officers, enlisted personnel, and

dependents of 18 years of age CROSSWORD PUZZLE .

and over, it provides tools and ACROSS I Ii I'f S II 7 t 1 10 "

M materials, including power equip 1..Arrived I -
ment, for automotive repair work I Republican rt. ,tf' '1
__ a-!
ceramics -
and
many other con- -Mountain* of It. 11 "r .
structive hobbies. It also offers, Europe '-
IS-Arabiangarment .1 -
free instruction in / 1lI
ceramics (from I _
1800 to 2100 Wed. and Thurs.), :tI: Inflamed .4 ,n u I.
and woodcraft ((1800-2100 Tues. Extraordinary _.
and Wed.), besides the practical I burdened person (slant) 104 11' 17 "h llI- I" ._

assistance of a mechanics instructor 21 20-Ireland Balance ,J I

Tuesday through Friday from 2J-Turf ,.. ... _
.
24 _
I _
1800 to -Prohibit 7' "' 1"T
2100. The shop is open MtptilstopheUa. .. :;,; _
Tuesday through Friday 28-Female ?
from (colloq.) rr" If1
1400 to 2130, and Saturday from 21-Spanlah article '-_
ass s'.: 0900 to 1700. ,&Therefore 2-Large truck 'tJ 'f _J

Power equipment must be *4-<1revk letter. lir 'f9 15
checked out by the shop ati-\leasur/nQ device' ( _
visor before it super SS-Pat Sf r Ctt,, )'f
may be used, and 13-Approach _
instructions. in its Jl-liuck feather* "f zt
s. ,
operation I
I
41 I
-Irate ... : _
thoroughly digested. In addition 4S--Fork
} the hobby 48-t ii'ntal prong ,-,,,__.___
shop has a salesroom nalutatlon' .
available for the purchase of o-0ld king English '.t 1fectc?" I -eml.pr'cloall| !S-Yeartr
model planes, boats,' glue M-Suffix: \-ore Inaane atone )140-Wipe out
dope, 4-Church official 22-At no tlm.ZPart.* of
and other hobby craft supplies. follower(PI.) of 6 Long, alender. ,23-Covered -' airplane
nab> Inside of Continent
y4t A. m..m........ J S2-c.Jlrl'<-Entrance: name -River In- \tC-ln.eet. J44, -Burmea*
Teacher: "How many make a *}-The Siberia .SS-In muilc. high demon
L. D. CAMPBELL (left), newly arrived at NAS Jacksonville dozen?" .5 -Bow caaroa Moccasin I-Dar -Snale JT tub, U -Olrl'a name
from duty in London relieves 17-Strike -Leak through
Lcdr. J. B. Maze
as Special Johnnie: "Twelve." tS"IblnL (so Parcel *f Uad 4 -Provide crew
Services Officer, under whose leadership the Station won both Teacher DOWN t Nlghta/ before 5-Corner* .tO-Uncoutfc
basketball and boxing: championships in Sixth Naval District tournaments : "How many make a II-withered II-Yueataa", peraonn.
{, was runner-up in District baseball competition, and was million?" .,-.Of" Qt, )iale, -wife a.raJn'of "--Roto.teri r \. .. !t..t. *'J.
la host for the All Navy Eastern Golf Tournament in 1956. Johnnie: "Very few."

(Answer on Page 8, Col. 3)I'
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No LighltvcighlsDiversDon S ,

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Massive Gear For Search, Salvage!

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T Anyone who thinks skin-
Richard Moorehead, AN; Finis weight! It takes several membersof
diving will qualify him
as a Jenkins EN1 and Robert Gerkin '
the crew just to get him on his 7
Navy diver should immediately MN3-the operation took four
E feet and to the ladder at the stern '
look into the facts. He will days, 30 hours of which were
; itJ'7s soon find this now popular spent below surface. Not all at a of the salvage ship, where ho
: faces about, goes over the side-
sport is far removed from the time. naturally, as the longest a
diver can remain at such depthis and disappears.Once .
hard and hazardous work performed 43 minutes. Nor did a rough he gets underwater, the

by the skilled. Navy lea help any, either. weight of the helmet decreases
diver, The divers, who must be in perfect until instead of 67 pounds it
For example, consider the AD3- physical shape, work in pairs. weighs '28 to 30 pounds. The air
f k.t M. ak Q aircraft ditched by the pilot Topping heavy winter underwearand he breathes is pumped to him bya
when the engine conked out'Sev wool socks, is 190 pounds of gasoline compressor tank of
; eral weeks ago about two and' a diving gear. Shoes alone weigh 10 100-lbs pressure, operated by tho
half miles southeast of NAAS pounds. A combination breastplate crew on the ship. It is clearly no
Mayport. The pilot was rescued, and helmet weighs 67 time to go over the hlllt! And
but the plane sank in 70 feet of pounds. Encasing' these is the while in shallow water he can remain *
water and might never have been rubberized diver's suit, with an submerged several hours,
located at all had not a shrimp 85-pound belt strapped around his the deeper the shorter time ho
fisherman accidentally netted its middle. can spend exploring the sandy
tail and wing and decided it was WIIILE THE HELMET is ad- bottom, as has already been
a no fish he had snared. justed and tightened down by pointed out.
WITH THE SPOT marked, a brass wing nuts, the diver i THE NAVY DIVER, such as
salvage crew from NAS Jackson- breathes through a front window those at the NAS Boat House, per
ville undertook Operation Recovery which remains open until all is in forms many services, not only salvaging
Headed by CW03 Raymond readiness. Then the window fs a ditched plane. He has
Traughber, of the NAS closed, and the diver turns on his been called on by civilian author!
Boathouse, a unit of The Opera air line which is attached to the ties to seek for the bodies of per
1-NAVY DIVER READIES TO GO BELOW. Richard Moor-
sons who have drowned. lie is
head, AN, second class diver, of the NAS Boathouse Division of tions Department, and tour Navy helmet. ,
I Operations Department, center, aided by left and right, Finis Jenkins divers Homer Moody, ME1; Fully equipped, he la no light- called on to seek for bodies of

ENI, second class diver, and Homer Moody, MEl, first class _' __A'_ ____,.._............................ murdered persons, or for the wea.
diver, as he gets into his diving dress. pons used and cast'into the water
'.'''',_'''''''m...... .,.................._.......... ........._.............._ ........ ....... .. ............... ____ ti. the criminal. he
by Or may be .
called on to assist in the rescue of
crewmembers trapped in a sunken
submarine.
'j'jI These are the sterner duties.
On the side of pure adventure,
: j the Navy diver has been asked to
: participate in the search for
i .. / .1 pirate's gold and other treasure
long lost in the briny depths. .
Byt' whatever his job or how '
ever hazardous it is, the Navy
a h :) bs q3c diver can and should feel that he '
F, is contributing a very real and avery ;
vital service. ,
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'1 Auto
E S ___ Mishaps 'i,
? 't s
s{ Rise In Navy
M t"S ,

Marine Corps .
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S S '1

4 S S_ While Navy and Marine Corps ;
I commands have initiated energetic
f j > safety programs to forestall
A' automobile accidents involving .
their personnel, accident rates .
S continue to rise. -
The Bureau of Medicine and

S5 ..S i Surgery reports that during calendar
year 1955" some 601 Navy
x I men died from injuries received :.
2-LAST MINUTE GEAR PUT IN PLACE. Richard Moorhead, I in car wrecks, and 389 others were :
AN, seated, now completely encased in diving dress with shoes, 3-FULLY RIGGED AND READY TO GO BELOW. Richard so badly injured they had to be I
lead belt and breast plate all in place, waits now for diving helmetto I Moorhead, AN, completely attired in diving dress, slowly descends I released from the Service.
I be placed over his head and screwed down tight to the breast steel ladder of salvage ship into the St. John's River.
plate. Note that air line has been attached. The moment the helmet Beside the irreplaceable loss in
is in place the diver turns the control valve, seen immediatelyto manpower, motor vehicle acci
the right: of the breast plate, to control his air supply. dents in 1955 are estimated to

u m. _._.mm u. _.__ u u u._._.._ ___._'__ cost the government more 'than
k $34 million in medical expenses,
I pensions, survivor benefits, pay,
S allowances and other costs. Non. .
effective rates went up four per
cent in 1955, the invaliding rate
up 11 percent, admission rate up
: 12 percent, and the death rate up
I 29 percent, the Bureau said.
____ Deaths from motor vehicle accidents
outnumbered disease deaths
more than .2 to 1, the statement
added. .
s I P d dW db F' .
f } ( 'W\ City Man: "I want to'get backto
W 4 :$ New York on as a late a trainas
4p possible." .
Ticket Agent: "Why -don't you
take thp 10:55-that's: generally ai
late as any of em." .
,
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6 .. -. Rhy mes off the Timer ..

K ow Tue wAre swHe
e'yocJpva 11

'S5SALVAGED ?;::4.r 70 IFYou STAY W4as AW VS. ] ? V TTJbsh

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ANCHOR. CIIBOSN Raymond Traughber, In MISSION\ ACCOMPLISHED. With the diving 'mission accomplished 5
charge of NAS Boathouse, guides the salvaging of a Danforth Richard Morhead, AN, returns to the ship's ladder to "
anchor from the bottom of the St. Johns River. Moorhead had be hauled aboard again, and have diving dress with all gear re-
located it laying on the bottom in 20 feet of water. moved.





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Chaplain To LeadlJelllorial Captain F. A, Burke Y. Fleet Armed


ServiceIn Now Senior Chaplain I With Missile'Sidewinder'


Jacksonville At Air StationCapt.

'The importance of the Veteranin

the Community" will 'be the Francis Andrew 'Burke,' M .t( } fft Units of the 6th and 7th Fleets

subject of a sermon to be de ChC, USN, the new senior chap- are reportedly armed with the

livered Sunday morning by Chap lain of the Naval Air Station and Navy's newest air-to-air missile,

lain Jay V. Nickelson of the chaplain of St. Edward's Catholic ; the Sidewinder, named after a
Naval Air Technical Training fast-striking desert rattlesnake.Two .
Chapel, arrived here Oct. 19 from
Center at St. John's Cathedral onVeteran's squadrons of aircraft already .
duty as Senior Chaplain Com-
Day at 1100. ,
are equipped with the !missile
Born in Atlanta, Jacksonvillehas mander-in-chief, Eastern Atlantic which has proved effective as

been close to home to Chap- and Mediterranean Area. "* W a killer of supersonic aircraft at

lain Nickelson. A veteran World Capt. Burke was born in Ire- altitudes ranging from sea levelto

War II and the Korean campaign, land, in 1904. Coming to the more than 50,000 feet. They are

he entered the Navy in June, United Spates at an early age, he Attack Squadron 46, now operat-
1942, under the college training now calls Fort Wayne, Ind., his ing from the aircraft carrier
program for enlisted men and home. He trained for the priest- ;, Ranger in the Mediterranean, and

then wept to Pensacola under the hood at St. Francis Seminary, Fighter Squadron 211, aboard

Aviation. Cadet Program Loretto, Pa., and'served as parish 9 y the carrier Bon Homme Richard .

He received his wings in April, priest in Hammond, Ind. before with the 7th Fleet in the western
1945. entering the Navy a Ltjg( ) in MINNESOTA LAURELS. A sailor and marine, both from Pacific.
"To have received duty in Jacksonville" 1938. Minnesota, captured the instrument and mechanical honors in their Although performance data re.
classes in last week's graduating class from AvlaUon Electricians
he said, "was like returning During World War II he servedas Mate School Class A at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. mains classified, it is known that
home. I was an instructorin chaplain aboard numerous Lcdr. William: Inzer, AE-A School Training Officer, presents the Sidewinder out-performs the
an instrumental squadron at ships, and was advanced to the Calire Courneya AEIAN, of Frazee, and Marine PFC James older Sparrow which has been in
Cecil Field during the late part of rank of Commander in 1944. He Mulligan, of Luverne, their,certificates of graduation service several years, has a maxi-
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World. War II. mum ranges of five miles and
received his present rank in 1955.
Recalled to active duty in 1952 16 AO-O School Metal travels at an estimated 2,000 mph.
His medals include the American i Society
he
of
was Chaplain Destroyer
The Navy the Sidewinderis
Defense Service, (with star); : Grads AnnouncedThirteen says
Squadron 34 in the North Pacific, both comparatively less expen-
and Mediterranean and off Korea European-African-Middle Eastern Slates SpeakerFor
sive and is simpler.Navydeveloped .
Area campaign; the AsiaticPad.fie I Naval Officers and
in the FarEast.Special I the missile
,
Area; World War II Victory three Marine Corps Officers will
Nov. 12J. will be employed in the air defense -
Medal; Navy Occupation Service be graduated Friday from Avia-
of the continental United
Services medal; Philippine Liberation ribbon tion Ordnancemen Officers Schoolat
Hall Carpenter, president of States.
; and National Defense Serv-
Welcomes ice medaL the Naval Air Technical Training Carpco Manufacturing Company,I .

Center. will be guest speaker for the

The district attorney had the The Naval Officers are Lt (jg) Jacksonville Chapter, American EB'.DDTbursdar
New .Head pretty redhead on the stand."I Edward David and Society for Metals, at 1930 Mon-
want you to tell the court Ensigns day, Nov. 12, at the J. M. Tull
Comdr. Lucius D. Campbell where the night of George Beihl, Ralph Blanchard, Metal and Supply Company ware- ,Nov.
you were on
officially relieved Lcdr. J. B. April 9th." John Campbell, Duane Counsell, house, 5336 Highway Ave. The Mainside Dallas (color*west

Maze Wednesday as Special Ser- "I'll agree to tell you," she said, William Dolley, Henry Faitz, subject of his discussion is'"TheWorld's ern): Gary Cooper, Ruth Roman.
vices Officer, NAS Jacksonville. "if the judge'will tell where he George Glatis, Alton Hall!, John Sources of the New Met-, NATTCenter Three Mus-
!Reporting here from previous was the same night." Manning; Edward Mateer, 'John als." keteers (color drama), Lana

duty as Assistant Chief of :Staff "What has the actions of the McIlwaine, and James Ward. Mr. Carpenter is a graduate of, Turner, Gene Kelly.

% and Operations Officer, Military judge on that particular night got Marines are First Lieutenant Georgia Tech in Atlanta, and the Hospital Girls In The Night

Sea Transport .Service, Eastern to do with the case?" Alfred Schaff, and Second Lieutenants New York State College of Ceramic (drama): Joyce Holden, Harvey

Atlantic and Mediterranea Area, "Nothing," she answered. "ButI I Harrison Bowes and Leslie Engineering. lie also studied Lembeck, Whatever Goes UP.
with headquarters in London, electronic and is Friday, Nov. 9
like a little gossip just as well NoeL engineering a
Comdr. Campbell enlisted in the as do." I --...- licensed mining engineer. Mainside Purple Plaint I i
you
Navy in 1927 after completing (color drama)' Peck
In 1948 he organized the Carpco : Gregory ,
year at Duluth (Minn.) Junior was designated a Naval aviator at NAS, 'NATTC POs Company which now consistsof Win Min Than.NATrCenter.
College. He received three Good NAS Pensacola, Comdr.Campbell Dallas (color
five units
including in
Pass Exams one '
Conduct Medals during his ser performed outstanding service Aug. Australia. The organization gives western): Gary Cooper, Ruth
vice in the enlisted ranks. during and after. World War II. Roman.
Results of examinations taken complete services in research and
Commissioned in 1937 when he lie holds the Navy Cross, awardedfor last August for advancement to engineering, equipment manufac Hospital ThreeMusketeers

service with VPB-42; the Navy first, second, and third class petty : ture and plant construction, and (color drama): Lana Turn' r,Gene

n E Unit Commendation; and a wide officers by NAS Jacksonville and I Ii is particularly interested in ores Kelley.
variety of campaign and service Naval Air Technical Training of titanium, zirconium and columbium -' Saturday,Nov. 10
$fR\'I\ fSt. medals including the i Mainside Kiss The Blood Off
Occupation i Center personnel, reveal that a '. He will use colored film to -
... Medal,. the National Defense total of 257 were examined from demonstrate the functions employed My Hand (melodrama): Burt

Medal and the United Nations the former command, and 275 in extracting and benefi- Lancaster, Strictly Informal.
CATHOLICSundayMass0800 Service MedaL from the latter. NATTCenter Purple Plains
elating the ores of these metalsin
0900,1000.St. He inherits an active, depart At NAS Jacksonville 41 candidates various parts of the world. (color drama): Gregory Peck,

Edward's ChapeL ment which carries on a full Intramural passed examinations for The public is cordially invitedto Win Min Than.Hospital .
Saturday-Mass, 0900-St. Ed- athletic Dallas (color west
program, participation first class; 36 passed for second; attend.
ward's ChapeL in Navy athletic tournaments and 73 passed for third. At ern): Gary Cooper, Ruth Roman.
0.*
Daily-Mass 0630 St. Edward' and provides various en- 72. Her KIDDIE MATINEE
NATTCenter, passed the first lips quivered as they ap
Chapel. 0620-NATTCenter. tertainment features for officers class exams; 20 passed second proached his. His whole frame Saturday, Nov. 10,UN
Sunday-0630) Mass at the Hospital and enlisted personneL class exams; and 102 passed the trembled as he looked into her Hangman's Knot (western)

Chapel 1900, Instruction Lcdr. Maze wil not leave Jack- third class tests. eyes. Her chin vibrated and his Stars Randolph Scott. Also Titos'

Classes Bldg. 463. sonville immediately, but will be --...-- body shuddered as- he.., held her Guitar (comedy).
Wednesday-1900-Choir Re attached to NAS Operations until The man that marries my close to him. MOVIE HOURS

hearsal St. Edward's Chapel. ApriL He is slated then for daughter, will get a prize." (Moral) Never try to kis a girl Mainside Movie-1800-2000.
PROTESTANTThursday duty on Midway Island. "May. see it, sir?" in a jeep. Sunday and Holidays-1400-
November S 1800-2000.
1515-Youth Choir ages 9 andover NATTC Movie-1400-1800-2000.

Small ChapeL Hospital Movie-1900 only.
I 1900-All Saints' Choir Re -+---

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel.
Supers Schedule
Sunday, November 11
080 Episcopal Communion
Turkey-Shoot
Serivce, Chaplain Nickelson. b

0930-Sunday School for ages 4 : The Supervisors Social Club, of
through adults, Bldg. 722. the NAS Jax Overhaul'and Repair .

,. 0930-Service of Divine Wor- Department, wil hold their
ship, Chaplain Stephenson. r annual turkey shoot and barbecue

1100-Service of Divine Wor- r'S from 1000 to sundown on Sat-
ship, Chaplain Davis. urday, Nov 17.
1900-The United Fellowship of __ The place will be a spot located
Protestants. j about 11 miles from Cedar Creek,

Monday,November 12 5' Blanding Boulevard, plainly I

1930SingspirationChaplalnsOffice marked by a sign on the right-
NATTC. hand side of the highway.In .

Tuesday,November 12 addition to the barbecue and

1900-Episcopal Instruction turkey shoot, other forms of en
Class Bldg. 583.1930Bible tertainment are offered includinga

Study Group Small cake walk\ a beanbag game for
.. the "small fry1!
ChapeL swings for tots
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Thursday, November 15 and horseshoe courts.
ISlS-Youth Choir ages 9 and MARINE CORPS BALL PLANNERS. Readying plans for the NCO and sergeantsandbelowevents Tickets may be purchased at
Saturday to celebrate the Marine Corps' 181st birthday November 11 is this committee head the
grounds
over Small ChapeL or from members of
ed by M/Srt John Sosman (seated center). From left are T/Stt Sam Griffin, M/Sgt. Ernie
1900-All Saints Choir Rehears Parker, M/SrL'Susman, M/Sgt. William Hall, T/Sgt Anne Kopp. Standing: S/Sfft William Converse the club, at $1.00 for adults, .50c
al, All Saints' Chapel. T/Sgt. Joseph Thornton, and Cpl. Roy Totten, all of the Naval Air Technical Training Center. for children under 12 years. ...




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VFP-62 are the undisputed leaders in the Mainside Intramural -

Touch-Football league due to VP-lfc tieing with Operations -

Wednesday, Oct. 31, 18-18.

Oct. 30 showed VA-172 defeating Communications,

as Al Jameson scored two touchdowns and an extra point, and

Lou Sombo scoring the last touchdown in the closing minutesof a

the game for VA-172. Joe Grittor scored the lone TD for

the Communications squad.

On Wednesday, Fasron Six

bowed to Hospital 2513. Jack Hughes Pace. I, .. .____ .._.__ _
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Doyd scored three tallies for Hos- UP, UP AND AWAY Bob Prttit of VAII-1 throws a long jump pass which was complete to ]Max:
Ten-Pinners I Crohn in came against Communclations in the Mainside Intramural Touch-Football League. Communications I
Bob Berry came through
pital, as took the tilt, 60. _
with the remaining touchdownand

Frank Adams with the extra their Al and domination June Hughes of the continued NATT- Ringmen Groom AGO Aces Gain GroundIn

point. Al Lussier and Jose Carlo Center Mixed Doubles Bowling

each scored a tallyfor Fasron, as League, with a sweep of their For AAU BoutsCoach
match with Dan and Joan Varnes.
Lussier followed through with
Bob Perkins of the Jax NATTC T-Ball Chase
Other victories were by George
the extra point.On Navy boxing team is groominghis
and Alice Lancaster over Pop

the same day, the mighty and Mary Garner, and "Red" and ringstcrs for the four-day AO School managed to win their game and retain its undefeated -

VP-18 failed to make an extra Elinor Greenwood over Bill and Florida State A. A. U. boxing record, but the big story of the week, in the NATT-

point and thus fell out of the tie Billie Kane. The nod for the top championships! sponsored by the Center Touch.Footballleague, was the surge of the AGOAceswho

for first place. Joe Larue of VP- bowling of the week for men Jacksonville. Recreational Department opened the second round, of play with three straight

once again goes to AI Hughes for triumphs.
18 hit pay dirt for two and Tom With ten bouts in both the
his 555 set and high game of 211. Defeating the Aviation Storekeepers .
Smith for one, as Operations novice (junior and divi- ters defeated the AGO-Deuccs 12-
) open 20-0 and and
twice 12-0
Elinor Greenwood took the ,
18 behind 0 by virtue of from Dick
racked an equalizing sions on tap, the tournament will passes
honors for the with 416 gaining a forfeit victory over Ad-
women a
two touchdowns, by Jessey Crow- Coppertino to Gerry McRae, and
in
be held December 3, 4, 5 and 7 ministration the AGO-Aces
der and one by Bob Pridgeon. set, although June Hughes was the Area at Main and Beaver. sped Don Bowens to Charles Richards. .
far behind with and past Support Splinters and lodged
not a 408 set, The Splinters defeated by
Score, 1818. Forty-eight trophies have been were
high game of the week with a 152. themselves in a s e con d.place the Aviation Electricians 200.
When VP-18 hit the turf againon put up by the Jax Recreation berth. In the first game againstthe
At the half-way mark in this Don Illstrup accounted for two
is th<
which sponsoring
Friday they showed the old Dept. the scoring
Storekeepers was
round the Hughes are leading in' of Sparkle TDs with 10-yard end
tournament under the sanction
strength in defeating Communi- Malcolm Bushncll who
opened by
almost every category. Al Hughes sweeps. Illustrup also passed to
Florida Association of the
the
cations 25-14. Mighty Joe Larue raced around end for six yards.
leads the men with a high aver- Charles Johnson for an extra
A. U. in affiliation with the
tallied for three, backed up by A. The next tally came when Dam-
age, 170; high individual game, Jacksonville point. The other AE marker was
Art Hoover who scored a touch- Navy. ian Golla passed to Paul Smithon
224; and high individual series, provided by Madero White who
Coach Perkins is working
down and an extra point. Varoskyand now a play that covered 50 yards.
picked off a Splinter aerial and
Jim Gritlor each scored for 555.As with more than a dozen boxersin Golla sped 30 yards to push across
galloped 60 yards to paydirt.AE .
a team the Hughes claim Price Natatorium at NATTCentcr -
Communications as the two extra another AGO TD, and Jack Davis
points were made by Bob Anderson high game, 378; 'high team'game in preparation for the tournament accounted for a safety.In also defeated AN-P Schoolby
with handicap, 399; high team the second AGOStorekeE'perencounter a forfeit score of 60.
series 963 and follow second to classes in each division The first place Aviation Ord-
; Weight
Monday, Nov. 5, showed first the Ensigns scored on
place VFP-62 downing Operations the Varnes' 1044 with a 1017 in include' 112, 119, 125, 132, 139, 147, Bushnell's 50-yard punt return, .nancemen kept their record spot
less
by defeating NavAirWeaps
26-6, and VP-18, the second place team high series with handicap. 165, 178, and hcavyweigHl. Per- and then scored again on a Golla-
contender defeating VAH-3 by Joan Varnes leads the women in kins states that positions are open to-Smith aerial. 12-0. A 35-yard run by Lou Doldo

the impressive score 3412. individual records holding high both in the novice and open divi- The Aviation Storekeepers sal- and a three-yard run by Leon

Other scores of the week show average, 131; high single game, sions for scrappers. vaged part of the week by defeat- Brueau their gave the Blockbusters

VP.18 over Nartu in a replay of 170; and high individual series of Those interested should report ing the AGO-Deuces 18-0. Ken Administration victory. moved Out of

a protest game, 35-24; and VP-18 469. between 1630 and 1800 at Bldg. Somers scored 'twice on runs of the
cellar as a result of their defeating -
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over O&R through forfeit.STANDINGS' STANDINGSWON 614 for tryouts.Marine 30 and two yards respectively. Joe
LOST NavAirWeaps 70. The
4 Richetti added the other Keeper
ITughei 20
Feather
score came when Don
,, WON LOST TIED KUhls IS 91kM1'almas Cagers Open marker with a tw'o-yard plunge.
FF-GZ 13 11 Himes intercepted a pass and'

veils 4 02 1 Creenwoodt Fosters 11 12'J: 11 ll'.iKami Tonight With MoodyTonight Support while Splinters dropping split to third two raced across from 10 yards out.
Operation 5:1: 0 12 12 games Dick Nelson added the extra
VAH1 ::1:1: 0 0-NeaK 12 12 (Thursday) in King place in the standings. The Splin-
12 12 point.
Nartu 3:1: Max; ?*
VA-172 4" 0 Lancaster1041< 1.1'i: Hall the Red and Gold quintet NATTC TDALLAO
Fasron SIT 4 5 0 Varnes 10 14
Communication 3 0 Botthofs 7 17 tangles with the Fliers from Bluebolts Lead' Lost Tied
-...-- Garners 7 11 Moody Air Force Base, and this AO School 8 0 2
AGO Acet.SupSplinlcri 6 1 t
"Haven't you learned yet that -5 > Saturday meets Orlando Air 7 2
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crime doesn't pay?" said the The overbearing wife was lecturing -: Force Base at Orlando. Mainside KeglersTuesday AN AK.I School' School 5 6 4 4 0

judge. her henpecked husband." I Coach Don Isherwood this week Oct. 30 showed Fasron AK NavAirWeap4 SchoolAdministration 4 : 0

"Yes, your honor," replied the "Don't just stand there, she completed his cut of players and 109 defeating NARTU 3.1; and a 3 6 1

oft-convicted thief, "but you can't I said. "Answer me-are you" a man now has a trim squad of 10 for draw between VW-4 and Faetu, AGO Deuce---...-1--- 2
beat the hours." I or a mouse? Squeak up. j the forthcoming campaign. 22.

... 1".WW'H".m"H''m' Included are Bob Apple, Tom Hospital defeated Special Services NATTC Marines
>
f G *,rp ," ti4 .:. Krawchuck and Art Bromley, forwards in Wednesday's play, 3.1, as

y "' # 5- ; Dick Burmeistcr and Jim Communications shutout the Cop Jax Shoot.

3 k; Pugh, centers; and Frank De. Waves 40. .

( : Ment, Norm Eckles, Jim Parkin. Nov. 1, O&R Whitehats took The Jax Navy Pistol Club held

: son, Don Holman, and John the only contest from ComFairJax its fourth match at the Jax Police

'i Radtke, guards. 3-1. Range on Nov. 4, and held to the

The Marines also signed up Special Services bowed againin old jinx of having a rainy day.

Monday night for the JacksonvilleCity Friday's contest to Communi- The weather seemed to hold

League and play will beginin cations, 3.1; and the Waves forfeited the Navy down a bit as the
.
I45'. SSrtia the.circuit Tuesday, Dec. 3. to Marines, 4-0. NATTCenter Marines walked
In away with 11 of 16 places with
Monday's bowling, O&R
four going to civilians of the
Holds 3rd Whitehats defeated Faetu 3-1, area
AirPrcp and the Navy taking one place.
while Hospital and VFP-62 tied. ,
t ? 44 With 2 V-Ball WinsA 22. Marine shooters taking places

s ; :, WON LOST PCT. were T/Sgt. Ed Schwartz, Sgt.
t0 brace of victories last week VA-172 VAH BluebolU- 5 .1143 Tom Asbjornson, M/Sgt. W. P.
10 2 .KXt .
by Airman Preparatory School Kairon Six 20 8 .714 Smith, T/Sgt. J. 0. Thornton, and

kept them in third place in the Marines..'A W.l1 22 1H 10 14 .642.661 M/Sgt. J. J. Johns, all of MAD,

NATTCenter volleyball league Fail-on 109 17 11 .607 NATTCenter.The .
Faelu 21 15 .!W3
behind the Aviation Electricians, O&R Officer 20 16 uft-V5 lone Navy shooter to win .
I>l l*>nm ry 15 13 .. 15 ,
and the second place NavAir- VA-172 Hotshot 17 15 .XU was Dick Talisman of Cecil Field. ..
Weaps School. VFP<2 n 12 ..500HocplUl Civilians placing were Al Kline, .
1C IS .5 i 00)
Last week the Preps defeated Special Service 11; 15 .464 and A. T. Stewart of Jacksonville
------------------- 16 2O
AGO-1 15-6 15-9,. and then Communication .444 and Joe Maszk of Bunnel.
TIIREE STRIKES AND HE'S IN! Marine M/Stf. Maurice G. VW-4 12 16 .428
Simpson, Jr., points his .45 pistol toward the three indhidual tumbled AGO-2, 15-12, 156. The ComFalrJax Nartu : 13 10 23 18 .361.157 If you are interested in pistol
awards he won In the Dixie RUle and Pistol Matches held in Jacksonville Misslemen won from the ANP2by OAR Whitehall! 11 21 ..112 shooting contact M/Sgt. II. R.
attached to Marine Barracks, Mainslat. *,, JVrxonnel id 22 .312 Bld .
Sergeant Simpson Is forfeit. }Vu\rs 4 U .111 Abney, / 425. hone 8240.



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4I ; SATTC BowlingWith


i soA&R Jim Daly, Johnny Burner,
and "Red" Greenwood all hitting

more than 160,.the Airman School
)
I SALUTE. To Ed Wynn, who, Aces moved into first place in the
I TV NBS will aid it on Oct.
after a fabulous 54 years in show ; NATTCenter bowling league.
27 A wax tribute to the artistryof
I II biz, played his first straight dra Gordon Jenkins, the TV version /.i-: N Team leaders: AE, Tarplay, 145;

I matic role in a recent CBS-TV will star, among bthers, Helen AO, Williams, 146; AG01, Nelson -

{ "Playhouse 90" production, "Re. O'Connell and Ethel Waters. In f: iI 150; AK, Larson, 154; SS,

quiem For A Heavyweight," and the paddock, it looks 'like a winner Perkins, 150; MAD, DeVito, 173;
added another pinnacle to an already MAWS2, Sauers and Morris, 166;
I incredible career, "The Per. AN-P1, Daly, 166 AGO2
Long runs Broadway's'The I ; ; Wong,
feet Fool" has appeared in 17 Pajama Game has moved ,,. .. 149; AN-P2, Siviky, 159; Bohns-
B'way productions, composed 82 tengle, 146.
_
into the exclusive circle of
1,000
songs, written the book for five The
consecutive in summary:
performances the
musicals and collaborated on 11 W L
others. He was the first actor to Big Town-the ninth song-and- AN-P MarAvDet One 33 $
danced to make the "Okla. 7
entertain in Army camps in WWI, grade. NavAlrWeapi Two 31 9
homa" is' -the AK School 29
musical
champ 11
and the first to organize a theatrical NavAlrWeapi One 24 12
troupe solely for service hos- with 2.24S performances. AN.P SupSpltntcri Two 24 20
16
20
pitals In l H4. Motion pictures, Popcorn eaters can have a field AGO On 14 30

radio television. by the way,' day while watching Warner Bros.' AE AGO One Two 10 8 24 30
Ed once sold 'Giant" Film version of EdnaFerber' BOXERS READYING. In preparation for next month's quest AQ School 9 31
novel for North Florida titles, Coach Bob Perkins (center) is shown NavAlrWeapi Three 3 37
will run three .
$153,000,000worth getting his Jax Navy boxers ready. Left Is Don Hlmes of NATT
of War hours, 21 minutes and this makesIt Center, with Ray Sharabba, (right). VA-175, 'working oat with the
Bonds in ONE the third longest film. What heavy bag under Perkins tutelage Blockbustersr
was the longest? You're right .
day ( Cleveland
"Gone With the Wind; Bantam FlotillaLaunched
Ohio Golf
Champs
Quote of the Week .' Dane Navy.Backs
+* June 21, 1945)). ,
fiYsR Clark of ABC-TVs "Wire Service SoonFour
Here There 'says, "Some women show Scrapping down to the finish
.their before act it." MC boat-team captains have line neck and neck, the Aviation
xi #Ca 9Y I World premiere age they Policy
here in been named for the' Jax Navy Ordnance School Blockbustersnosed
I Sailing Club which by the end of out Naval Air Weapons
I NYC of Warner Dance Classes Will System School, defending champion
the year, should have its flotillaof
Karen Steele Bros/ "Giant" Organize Here Soon In Far EastA four,craft in the sailing wars the last two years, to win

netted $40,000 for Muscular Dy I around Jacksonville the NATTCenter golf championship. -
Announcement is made that
atrophy Assn. Fund Pvt. classes in ballroom, ballet and tap Marine policy limiting the Sailing captains are Tom .

Robert Montgomery Jr., son of. dancing, for adults and children time that families of Marine Corps Knowles, (Nh6 Operations;' Art The Blockbusters wound up

guess who,. at Ft. Dix He stars' from tot-size to teen-age, will personnel in the Far East may remain Northrop,' AE-A School; Bob Un- with 81H wins to 80 V4 for the

In Dix production of "Bell, Book be organized at 1900 ThursdayNov. with their menfolk, has re- behaun, VAH-3; and Paul Gibson Misselmen as against 20 H to 21%

and Candle" Dana Andrews, ( 8)) in the Girl Scout Building ceived the endorsement of Assistant NAS Operations.The defeats.
who is neither bothered nor bewildered adjoining the :Mainside Secretary of the Navy Albert team, captains have been Members of the titlewinningteam

will film "Bewitched"in Theatre. ,Pratt. meeting Wednesday nights in include Charley Summitt,

England Jack Palance is an Classes will be conducted by Pratt declared that the pro- I Bldg. 501 at NATTCenter indoctrinating Jay Orias, Bob McCauley, Joe
AF vet; Tab Hunter mustered out their teams. While rac- Thornton Mike Benak
the Hinson School of Ballet longed presence of the dependents Bill Gordon -
of the Coast Guard Karen der the direction'of Ric Brame, un- in Japan has "adversely affected ,' ing, two-man crews will be used, and Art Miller

Steele used to be known for her formerly with the Jose Grecco, the instant readiness" of 'but for the purposes of training The Ordnancemen won the title
tennis form. Catch the other form of Marine units' based there. His In the 16 hours of classroom in the first NATTCenter golf
Company numerous Broadway
In "Toward the Unknown" William work,-six mea- are.instructed .
statement backed the order
musicals such as "Me and Juliet. I given league back in 1953 ,.i"-'"''#'
Holden's Toluca production Instruction will be in the by 1st Marine Air Wing Com- under the team captain. .
for Warner CBS-TV to pre given mander Brig. Gen. D. F. O'Neill, Delivery of the first craft is ex-
sent "Our Mr. Sun" on Nov 19 chacha, mambo, samba and such directing dependents who have pected next week with the others Pcnsy Man Stars
standards as the waltz and foxtrot
Hour-long program (in color, U been in Japan more than 60 daysto following in rapid order. !

you're lucky) will reveal what I make arrangements to returnto In Navy Log, Show

science has learned about the sun th.%United States. VA-172 VAH-1
Comdr. Hugh B. Miller, legal
Columbia's Marines
"The Solid Gold
Undergo ,
The assistant secretary acknowledged officer at the Naval Air Basic
Cadillac" stars Judy Holiday, and that Gen. O'Neill had no In V-Ball Training Command, NAS Pensa-

Paul Douglas and offers 1,001 Vocational Tests authority over civilians, but that Tops I cola, will see his World War II

belly laughs. he is responsible for the "fighting Competition in the Mainside Intramural exploits reenacted on a forthcoming

Sketch. Elizabeth Taylor. .. For AssignmentMarines efficiency" of his force. The worn- Volleyball league has TV film in the Navy log series

Liz was born beautiful-in Eng- en and children, about 500 strong, slowed down considerably, but shown locally over WJPH-TV

land on Feb. 27, 1932. At the age just entering the Corps were told they could take passageon two games managed to come off. Wednesday nights.

of 11, a cameo with perfect features will find themselves assigned to government ships returningthis Wednesday, Oct. 31 showed VA- The film entitled "Man Alone"

and alabaster complexion jobs they are best equipped to month, warning that such an 172 defeating Hospital, 11-5, 148. will deal with Miller's experiences

she starred in the movie ""National perform according to aptitude and opportunity "may not again be so The only other game, played on when he was trapped on a

Velvet. At 12, she had written liking, if a vocational testing system readily available." Thursday, produced a defeat by New Georgia islet. During the

and illustrated a book"Nibblesand offered by the Education Office Exceptional hardship cases, Special Services over Faetu, 11- six weeks period he caused the

Me"-about a pet chipmunk, at Cherry Point, N. C. proves however, are being given special 14, 15-12, 1511.VOLLEYBALL. enemy numerous casualties while
which is still a good seller. Violet successful consideration. STANDINGSWON gathering intelligence information -

eyes, raven-black hair, and 108 Designed to determine in what Marine Corps policy bars dependents VA172VAH1 5 LOST 0 PCT.1.000 for the Navy.

pounds of pure feminine beauty. trade, profession or technical I overseas, but dependentsof FurOR Six ., 1 1.000.. .
Southern Belle At the tender skill an individual will be most 1st Marine Air Wing members Nartu 8 1 .657

age of two, Jane Withers successful, the service consist of went on Japanese tourist visas. Special SenicelVFP62 1 6 0 3 .500.666 CLASSimv

started her career on a radio station 14 appitude tests, 10 interest The husbands paid transportationcosts. HospitalMarinea :tl1

in Atlanta, Ga. In those days, tests, and indirect counseling. Faetu 1. 6 ..112ScUtTUf
Jane was known as "Dixie's -----. .+ RENT
All test results held in
Dainty Dewdrop"-well, shu strict confidence until are the stu- Mrs.: Well, what excuse can 2 Bdrm. Furn. Apt. 8524 Matera

mah mouf'lSwilcheroo! 'dents of the Airborne Interceptor you offer for coming home this. Ave. CO48244. Sadler.

: Speaking of Operation School, where the eye hour of the night?" 2 Bdrm. Ilse. Cor. Hamilton &

"Manhattan Tower," this album tern is under test, are graduated. Chief: "Well, I was playing golf Marquette. $70. EV84956.Mau-

gets the spectacular treatment on By then the value of the tests will with some friends."" 3 Rms.sert.
EV91743. Barnett.
be known. Mrs.: "At 2 a. m.?
Chief: "Sure. We used night f ;x 3 Rm. Furn. Hse. 9361-103rd St.
Reserve FITRON Officers promoting the test clubs." '" EV-8-3537. $53. Driggers.-
system foresee thousands of dol.
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SALE
Holds Open House lars saved
by assigning personnelto
3 Bdrm. hse. 1877 Retaw St
Mac: "Look out, you're cubbing Equ
the occupational
field for which
The men of Marine Fighter your powder off on my coat. ity $4,000. Payt's'$60. EV-9-5423
they are' most adapted. They also
Squadron 144 were hosts to their May: "That's all right, I've more Hedgecoth.
point out that
retraining would
families Saturday afternoon during seldom be in my purse." 3 Bdrm. Hse. $1350 Equity. $57.
necessary and reen Mo. 5212 _
open house. Pennant Dr. EV-7-
listments would .
probably soar as
The fathers and mothers, wives i == 4419. Holt.
the Marines in the .pRA
and sweethearts of the I engaged typeof 3 Bdrm. Hse. GI Equity. $67.50
men were A VK
met by members of the squad. work or duty I .they. like best.. ED ili! ,, :! I! I Mo. 4909 Homecrest. EV80756.MISCELLANEOUS .

ron and escorted to a training Rcc Council To MeetThe I L DEN ERIN HUi32Jancaa 1 ,'Don't Hand Ato Tfcdf 'm Broke. .
room of "the unit where they sAR o Wt'/J Have To Stay Here' RowInrJ Riders Wanted: From Park 4j
were shown a movie of the unit NATTCenter Enlisted Recreation YAN ST / Know You Ctt Paid Twice King. 0730-1600 (Supply). Ext. -
.. taken at Cherry Point, N. C., Council will meet tomor E1 P A Month 320. Osburne.
during its two weeks of annual row (Friday) morning in the F D Nt I. .

: training there. NATTCenter bowling alleys a C ; Teacher: "What is ignorance, Junkman: "Any rags, paper, old
After the film the families nine o'clock sharp. IT Herby?" iron, or scrap?"

toured training facilities of the All division and departmental D Little Herbie: "Ignorance Is Husband: No, my wife Is away

squadron, NARTU and. the Naval representatives are. urged to at when you don't know" anythingand from home just now."
1 Air Station. tend. (Answer to this week's puzzle) then somebody finds it out. Junkman: "Any bottles?"

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