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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: November 15, 1956
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Kick In Today Last Chance To Score In Navy-Duval Fund Drive '.



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--- Fund Drive Nears Finish




Jf1XI Near $100,000 Pledged


I The last lard mile of progress toward the $110,000 Nav)'. ,
Duval Community Fund Drive goal is now underway. At last

check, tho overall total of the 10 participating commands
Vol-14 No 34 U. S. N. A. S. JQc sonvi11o. Fla 15 November, 1956 stood at 89.7 percent, or 98681.78 pledged or in cash.

Not bad-but still 10.3 percent short of the triumphant

conclusion sought by the Steering Committee when the
-'- Navy's opportunity to benefit the -12 agencies covered by the ?
6th Fleet, AirLift : Jacksonville Community Chest-United Fund and the Navy

Relief Society was considered.
EvacuateU. \,,. "' Everyone is well aware of the -- .

,.,.. ... .., >:.. l ." advancing cost of living. This effects i
..."' \," .\.> ; i' Drawing For Prizes
:
t ...J':! '. ,,',".1.1'',...,,. ,. ; organizations serving the
"" ,
S. NationalsEvacuation .
,
'r .t ... 't', underprivileged and the agencies Sel November 2.lh
: charged. with building staunch
of United States fJfr; : :; R.. American character in the youthof lOt Percenters In the Navy '"
citizens leaving the area of con-
mi" Duval Fund Campaign will r.
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this country, as well as indi .;
flict in the Eastern Mediterraneanwas .:{.,) :: r" "\ viduals lucky enough to, be in stand chances of winning a 1956
completed Nov. 3 accordjng 1 }
,
? ; :: : good health and engaged in a use- car, a motor boat and trailer or c" '
to an announcement by the Navy. : +1'
a color TV set when drawings'are ,
: : ful, profitable occupation.
The Sixth Fleet was largely re- : :: ": :; : Between today and tomorrow, made at noon l\londayNov. '"1:

sponsible for the speedy evacuation : when the campaign ends, solicitors 26. ;'

and picked up 'approximately will be exerting every effortto The ceremony will be In ,

1700 people at pods in Alex. !IIJ .... \ put Jax Navy over the top. charge of Capt. T. I). Tyra, ..'
andria, Egypt and Haifa, brae I Whether the goal is attained will chairman of the drive, and
All American nationals who indicated ..'.,.t depend on every individual commanding officers of part it!. f
a desire for transportationto ti ;' whether in uniform or Civil Serv pating commands and units '{.
safety have been removed. i ice. A strong united effort can will be present. The drawingwill ,\
In addition, U. S. Air Force and ) > I put us over. be preceded by a 15-min- ;4

Navy transport planes, augmented ... ....i..... ) .. .. > Give a day's pay today I A ute concert by the Jax Navy t
by commercial aircraft, flew near '. . month from now it will never be Band.A .1

ly 500 American personnel from missed yet thousands will bene full report of the campaign (,
Tel Aviv. The Navy expressed : :
fit.By and Its results will be '
.
deep appreciation to the Air commands, the pledges as given by Capt. W. S. Harris,
Force for its valuable contribu of 13 Nov. are: Marine Air IWserve Commanding Officer NAS Jax.

tion to.the evacuation."Air Training i i Detachment, In case of inclement weather,
Force and Navy transport 140%; Naval Air Bases, Sixth the ceremony will be held in \
aircraft flew into ,airports in the Naval District, 131%; ; Fleet Air the Main I side Gymnasium, ,
danger area without regard for Wing Eleven, 118%; Fleet Air Building 3. I
their own safety," Admiral i lUst ANNIVERSARY Rear Admiral DeIbert S. Cornwell offers Jacksonville, 96%; Naval Hospital -
congratulations to the United States Marine Corps following !
Arleigh A. Burke said. "The air- traditional cake cuttlnge ceremony on 10 November. Lieutenant 95%; NAS Cecil Field 88.2%; tying with-Public Works which);

fields and the aircraft landing on Colonel Frank Porter, who cut the cake, stands at left. NAS Jacksonville, 87.5%; Naval also has 99.4%; Discipline, 98%; \
them might have been subjectedto Auxiliary Air Station Mayport,
Pilots Note Communications, 82%; Fiscal! i I, _
destruction. any time. Thisis 82%; Naval Air Technical Train \
81.4%, tying with Overhaul and aRepair's
another good example of the ing Center 78%; and Naval Air ; '
close cooperation which exists be- 18' Modern Color Schemes Reserve Training Unit 78%. 64%. 81.4%; and Supply with 1;

tween the United States services." Breaking down NAS Jax by de. '

vided U. S.passage merchant for ships some also 300 pro-persons Available At O&R HangarsThe partments are: Medical, the, percentage 218%; Chaplain.scores 'I "over Many the of top"these for departments the first time.are
When the final is
from Alexandria. main hangar of the Overhaul and Repair Depart- 186%; Dental, 163%; Navy Fuel is reckoning com-
it
plete, hoped that all NAS
.. No casualties occurred among ment, NAS Jacksonville, might'delude the casual visitor into Depot Fasron, 134.5%; NAMTD, 134%; Jax will have crashed the barrier! t
civilian personnel during the thinking he had suddenly been transported "over the rain 51-A 120%; Marine Bar-
racks, 115%; Disease VectorCon- At NATTCenter, the v a r i 6 u *
evacuation the Navy said. Com. bow. Aircraft there present a gaudy array of colors includinggray
schools have reached the 'IUo'i
trol Center, 114%
batant with red yellow and perhaps a few arranged ; Security,
Navy ships evacuees orange green, more
ing totals AGO
112.8%; Administration, 112.3% pledged : 141%;
aboard put in at Sude Bay, Crete, in color combinations never before seen in the usually ; '',
AO and AK tie
schools With
Area Wage, 109% Industrial Relations,100.8
and transferred passengers to a staid Navy which in the'past has stuck to Navy blue or gray. ; '
73% NAWS, 69% AE school ties
% Operations ; ;
Navy transport bound for Naples, However, while the Navy flies other Naval air stations and fleet ; ,,99.4%; with
Support at Cl%; and A andP
Italy. high it is never -flighty. Every I I units within the continentalUnited Many\ Regulations For School, 50%. ,
Planes from Tel Aviv deposited color combination represents a States, but to all U.; S. .
evacuees at Athens, Greece and specific mission for that particular Navy installations throughoutthe O'Seas Christmas Mail
Adana, Turkey.An aircraft, and the color schemes world. .. Christmas overseas packages New Hats Go To ;
undetermined number of have a new high visibility useful going by ordinary mailing serv-

U. S. nationals still remain in for Navy training commands employing NATTG Exec SpeaksTo ice must be mailed today if they 4 At NATTCenter ;;
Egypt and Israel, the Navy said. carrier type aircraft. are to arrive on time. Air mail

These are government officials As a matter of fact, the main Instructor Grads parcels must be mailed no later Four petty officers from the
and same private citizens who declined O and R Hangar is becoming Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman, I than Dec. 1 to assure Christmas Naval Air Technical Training
the offer to. be evacuated. known as the Carnival Hangar. new Executive Officer of the Na- delivery.Air Center will be advanced to chiefon
S Meanwhile another Navy groupis The blue-colored aircraft are fast val Air Technical Training Cen- parcels to all areas may Friday,"Nov. 16, as a result of
on standby in the Persian Gulf phasing out of the picture, with ter, was the principal speaker at not exceed 30x30 inches and two E-7 examinations taken last Feb.
area. At Bahrein is the Commander trainers painted white and "inter- the 41st graduating class from pounds in weight. Customs dec- ruary.

of the U. S.: Navy Forces in national orange"; the white-and- Instructor.Training School. larations must accompany par- The ,four, with their new ratings .
the Middle East, Rear Admiral J. gray camouflaged aircraft used in The eight-man class Included cels addressed to military post are: Walter Dill, chief ord-
P. Monroe, with the seaplane ten. areas of high air \traffic density Francis Berry, AOC, AO School; offices in the Canal Zone, Eng nanceman; Donald azeltine.
der USS Greenwich Bay and de- bearing an additional temporary Johnnie Davis A01, AO School land, Scotland, Turkey and chief aviation fire controlman

stroyers. coating of international orangeon Homer dcArmond, AEC, AE Wales. technician; and Robert Burwell,
certain parts of the planes; and School; :M/Sgt. Carleton Dunn, Tobacco products are prohibited chief guided missileraan, all from
NAS INSPECTION helicopters decked out in orange, AN-P School, Donald Sipley, in parcels addressed to mili- the Naval Air Weapons School;
yellow-orange gray, green, or AK1, AK School; S/Sgt. Jack tary post offices in Denmark, and Grady Stewart, chief sonor-
Captain's personnel inspection maybe a special fluorescent Smith, NAS Marine Air Reserve England, Eritrea, France, Ger- man, from the Aviation Ord-
will be held tomorrow, paint Training Detachment; Richard many, Italy, Morocco Scotlandand nanceman School.
for NAS personnel Hot on The orange paint can be removed Smith, AE1 AE School; and Wales. Coffee may not be This will be the final promotionto
the parade grounds. Uniform with mineral spirits if the S/Sgt. Richard Wilson, AO sent to military post offices in chief made this year. Another
will be dress blue with plane is transferred to another School Denmark and Germany group will be rated in Jan.. 197.
ribbons. All enlisted personnel command or assigned for carder -

assemble at IWt, with duty But basically the 18 different
officers'. call at 145.
color configurations for

Navy aircraft signify as many
missions, and all have been designated
Cattan Honor Grad by the Bureau of Aeronau.
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tics.
Leon Cattan, AEIAN of St.
Laurelton, LJ. N.Y. was the honor i Coordination of the 0 and R
student in this week's gradu- color.schemes, and the prepara- .w
ating class from Aviation Elec- I tion of special prototype drawings .
-
trician's Mate School Class A at i for the aircraft, is carried out :
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the Naval Air. Technical Training :under direction of Capt. T. D. H- -
Center. i Tyra 0 and R Officer and W. S.

Cattan, who joined the Navy in .Morris, Materials Engineer. Copies
drawings Sly FOR THE "TRAINING COMMANDS sits Mt O ft R Ramp r I''s t en l n r wttli flashy new
January 1958 has been of of the prototype
assignedto many orange and white paint Job. One of eighteen color combinations used bj the Navy, this type Is designed -
VP-10, NAS, Brunswick Me. are distributed not only to to increase visibility In con jested areas.

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"J1l } flJgIf3 Derby Mutt 100-yd To Feature Dash b


Announcement of the Sixth An e :

nual Mutt Derby, which will be Dt
Published\ every Thursday for Navy and Marine actlvltlci at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville. Florida held this Saturday at the Orange y
NAl3, Jscksoaville Kennel Club starting at
rapt William S. Harris ,,,,,,, .._ ..._....... Commanding OfficerComdr. Park ,
Robert II. Smith -_..._..__M.........._..,.?.......... -- Executive' Officer 1300, Is made by Doyle C Hewitt,

Rear Adm. Delbert S. Corn well Fleet...Air......_laekloam._ _.. Commander chairman of the Youth Activities
Capt' s. S. Searcy, Jr. _..._......._1J..1...._._..._ >_ Chief of StaffFlet Committee, Jax Junior Chamberof ; c.
Air WI-K Elena t
Capt. Down F. McLeod .. !t. ...._.- Commander Commerce, which sponsors the > <
Comdr. T. S. White : Chief Staff Officer ,.
Naval Air Tecfcalcai Traisieg Center event. "1i! .
?.om r. Fxlward W. Dlnhop Commanding Officer in whichare .' '. ';
"Mutt Derby,
Comdr. William E. t'leshinan .. .....-.......' --..... Executive Officer The ., .,;:
'talll..plta entered canine pets of childrenup 4
Capt. Benjamin N Ahf..,.,.. .. Commanding Officer
Capt. Marcy Shupp ,. u.,.,.?.,-..,,.-,----,.,............... ,_?,,. -. Executive Officer to 16 years of age, has always
Capt. Norman O. Anderson KAUTU Commanding OfficerComdr. been popular with Naval per- : f.;; ,' ,

William. ., Hardy, _. ., ...-....... :Executive Officer sonnel who have given it their :
"
The JAX.AIR r NEWS li-published-at the U. S. Naval Air Station. support. Proceeds of the Derbyare / ; <. .
Jackionvlll, rlorladr and printed commercially with appropriated fund tagged for Christmas gifts s a //ljJ/: :: : :p
Bt no expense thejfovernment'iind in compliance with NAVEXfS l'-35. Rev. \\
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the for the underprivileged childrenof ,.. t ; <
U. 8. Naval Hospital. Duval County, and admissionsare ;.,>>!<>,' : '
Service Information Officer ,..,...._......?..,...,...t-*. Dave Deescly child- __ i __'' _,", '' ; f'j''f, ; ." :.,, $. \
Managing Editor- Andrew I. Haney 50c for adults, 25c for "' ,""<>>''r'", ,.
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI; Nancy Ward, 303.AFrlh ; ren. The latter also get all the \ c ,
Robert Aslp I SN.
TAX AIR NEWS 1 I a member of the Armed Forces PI-MS Service free popcorn they can eat.
material l appearing I In this l publication may not be reprinted withoutthe i In making the announcement, _____ ] : .i'
written permission of Armed.Forces Press Service..Republication of other > !
matter publications, Is prohibited without permission of Chairman Hewitt pointed out th.2 < V
Editor: JAX X1RbE'Wrs.lce whenit ......."" "'..,..-.- N.'........,.",... WN... ..... "ww w, ..... .... #. #:
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension change in day from Sunday,
8346: 216 and 8164. has formerly been held, to Saturday TAKES TOP POST. Wilson II. Sandrfur, Aviation Electronics
He promised the change Inspector at O & R Jax, was elected National President of the I
Fleet Reserve Association at that organization's national conven-
VFP-62 ReportScouting would make no difference to tion in Philadelphia.
"Rusty" who would coax the en. "-
trants out of the stalls and awayon NAS Cub Pack Places
0 & R Inspector
Squadrons the 100-yard course as enthu- 2nd In Drill CompetitionAfter

siastically as ever.NAVY .
Named FRA HeadWilson an anxious six months'
VFP-62 wait, members of Cub Pack No.
tions in several
ratings.
WIVES II. Sandefur, an aviation 131, of NAS Jacksonville, were
Fifty-five members of VFP-62
Charles Wilson, AN, was mar-
electronics inspector of the notified they had been awarded
have been authorized to advance ried on Oct. 12, to Mary Kathleen
CORNERA of Overhauland second in the
Avionics Division place precision drill
their rate Nov. 16 after
on having Willis of Punta Gorda, Fla. Nelson -
Repair Department of NAS competition held last May during
successfully passed the fleet-wide Court of VAH-1 was best fund raising campaign to
examinations held in August.A man. buy outdoor play equipment for Jacksonville, was elected president the Scout Capades Parade in the
of the National Fleet Reserve Jacksonville Gator Bowl.
combined total of 129 entered Emmett Rodifer, AN, of the the Naval Air Station nursery, .
the competitions from this squadion. All-Navy Talent and the Ed Suit- which is sponsored by Navy Association during that orcanba.tlon's The local Cubs competed
Wives national convention held against 14 other packs, and were
livan Show fame made an appear- Club 86, has gotten under
Oct. 21-28, at Philadelphia, Pa. led by Cubmaster J. W. Magee,
Advancement of 17 personnelwho ance last night on the Ed Bell way.
passed the examinations was Show, a variety program which' Comdr. Richard J. Martin A member of the Fleet Reserve aviation ordnanceman 1st class,

not affected due to quota limita- originates locally over WJHP-TV. (Mainside Dispensary) and Mrs. Association for 21 years, and an and Sgt. W. H. Cox. The coveted

As usual his hilarious pantomincof Martin, have made and donated active member of FRA Branch trophy was accepted by the new

Teresa Brewer and Buddy three prizes to be given away at 126 of Jacksonville,he was handed cubmaster of the Pack, Chief Avi-

Hackett stole the show. a special drawing to be held at the gavel in Philadelphia by re- ation Ordnanceman C. J. Heise

Three officers have reported the regular meeting of Navy tiring national president William during the Scout Roundtable held

aboard for duty. They are Ensign wives' on Dec. 19. F. Hickey of San Diego, Calif. last week at the Lakcshorc Meth-

Roger D. Johnson from NABT, I First prize is a 12-inch don] Sandefur, a civil service em- odist Church. .

CATIIOLIC Pensacola; CWO Ellis H. Bufkin with complete wardrobe for all ployee for nine years, who has

Sunday-Mass-0800, 0900,1000.St. from NAS, Pensacola; and Ltjg( ) occasions, including a bridal out- been employed at Overhaul and Recruiters Meet
Edward's Chapel. Roger G. MacDonald from NAT- fit; and doll sized furniture including Repair Department for as many t

Saturday-Mass, 0900-5t. Ed- TU, also Pensacola. bed, chest, closet, table, years, is a former Navy chief In Jax Today :
chairs and linens to with them.
ward's Chapel. go petty officer, carrying the rate of .

Daily-Mass 0630 St. Edward'sChapel. --- s. o. P. Second prize is also a doll ward- chief radioman. A conference of Third Area officers -
robe and furniture
0620-NATTCenter. and third I I Sandefur joined the F R A, in charge of Navy Recruit

Sunday-0630) Mass at the Hos- prize is a doll and wardrobe.I which was formed 34 years ago, ing opened at 0845 today in the FEast

pital Chapel 1900, Instruction THE What a wonderful Christmasgift when he was on duty attached to Room of the George Wash-
any of these would make for -
ington Hotel.
Classes Bldg. 463. Scouting Squadron ES-2 stationedat
Wednesday-1900-Choir Re- some lucky little girl Ticketsare NAS San Diego, Calif. Speakers for the conference arc

hearsal St. Edward's Chapel. available from members Of After World War II he was Dr. Frank Goodwin, School of

Navy Wives and all proceeds will transferred to Tokyo, Japan, Business Administration, and Dr.

PROTESTANTThursday be used toward the purchase of where he was loaned to the Army Frank Adams, of the General Ex-

: November 15 the needed equipment at the nurs- by the Navy for the purpose of tension Division, from the Univer-

1515-Youth Choir ages 9 and ery.The setting up a communications sys. sity of Florida. The former will

Over, Small Chapel. I' annual Thanksgiving din- tern for the Far Eastern Air discuss "We All Sell," "Meeting
1900-All Saints' Choir Re- ner and party will be held at the Forces.In Objections and '"You. Are a Sur-

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. Clubhouse, Dewey Park on Nov. 1947 he was returned to NAS rogate." Dr. Adams will lectureon

Sunday, November IS 17, starting at 1830. Turkey and Alameda, Calif., where he was training men and clinic or-
080 Episcopal Communion ham will be provided by the club retired. ganization. Appropriate film will

Service, Chaplain Nickelson. with the rest of the meal pot- He pointed out that the 1957 be shown during the all-day ses.

0930-Sunday School for ages 4 luck style. Members, prospective national convention of the Fleet

through adults, Bldg. 722. Doctor: "Give me some of the members, husbands and guestsare Reserve Association is scheduled sion.The conference has been

0930-Service of Divine Worship prepared mancaeticacidester of all invited to attend. to be held at Long Beach, Calif., planned by Lcdr. M. R. Smith,

Chaplain Stephenson. salicylic acid." Don't forget, Bingo is still and that during that conclave he OinC, NRS Jacksonville, who will

1100-Service of Divine Wor. Corpsman: "You mean. aspirin played every Thursday night at will go out .office.. introduce Capt. P. G. Stokes, Inspector -

ship, Chaplain Davis. ?" the Clubhouse. Cash and- other The '57 convention will include N a v y Recruiting and

1900-The United Fellowship of Doctor: "Yes, I never can thinkof prizes are given at each session the date of Oct. 27, the birth- ONOP, Third Area, Macon, Ga.

Protestants. that name." and refreshments are available. day of Theodore Roosevelt.Community Others attending the conferenceare

Monday, November 19 ;'.-ii'. .n"-';_. .,-.,-..,_-_.e.....,. -u ....._,..".__: ,.:_" ._,..".;".". .u-M. ," '." .. 'u""",,'" -,.,......,.>>.....""' .-._, 'N....'......"'<'... <:x Capt. M. J. Luosey, Directorof
. 1934SingspirationChaplainsOffic&NATTC. ;. sa! :: : Navy Recruiting, Washington,
Fund Briv D. C.; Comdr. J. J. Vandale, Administrative -
$
Tuesday: ; November 20 Assistant to Capt.

1900 E i I. Instruction Luosey Lt. T. J. Jones, Admin-
p c: o.pal ;
Class Bldg. 563. i<ihtF' :COMMUNITY CHEST UNITED i FUND NAVY RELIEF istrative Assistant, INSCRUIT-3;

1930-Bible Study Group Small 1J' % Lcdr; W. E. Render'OinC, Naval
Chapel. Il: t''.'k; .\f..: : :PERCENT OF QUOTA om ':. : Reserve Station,'Columbia, S. C.J;

Thursday: November 22 .--. : *' ''v',.',r rCOMNAI p, *: 'IQ' f '20 '30 40. SO'. 60 .70: 80. 90 (rOAl' 10" Z\\O..........J,.. Lcdr. J. W. Tibbetts, OinC, NRS,
MFAIItlnx:: ? ,
1515-Youth Choir ages 9 andover r i..I. .... I 11 '' 'Si Raleigh. C.; Lcdr. L. H. Baker,
Small Chapel. 'S "" ". OinC, NRS, Macon, Ga.; Lcdr. M.

1900-All Saints Choir Rehearsal : .. E. Thompson, OinC, NRS, Birmingham -

All Saints' ChapeL lFAW11rMARTD ., '.1.1'J. Ala; and Lcdr. A. M.

Burke, OinC, NRS, Nashville,
..
'
Tenn.
Garden Circle MeetsThe 1pAAs' .MAYPOWY'NARTU "
,
regular monthly meetingof Rhymes off theTimes
Lt ?: I
,..
the Naval Air Station Garden '
NAS CECIL I .. A Ll DM47v14
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Circle will be held at 0930 tomorrow -: :
.,. A ...:: 7I+1'Xl6NTL SSJEt "f' m tN6TIS4NDfL
L JAX : .
HAS
(Friday) in Bldg. 751 :""" ':'\. t+r.OI'YOP
(the small chapel.) A talk on INATTCNAVAL "" IVORI' c i...... AIR

"Christmas Decoration Ideas" [ HOSPITAL I. a -tr r t ,

will be given by Mrs. Ira JVarnedoc. .
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Mainside Mittmcn To

Test GCS On 26th j A. At 1 ,t t"

Swinging into action for the SPORTS .
this Coach Bob ',
first time season

Perkins will lead his Jax Navy : M'1Blockbusters .
;
dual match with
boxers into a '
Green Cove Springs Navy Monday "''&:> .',

Nov. 26, at Green Cove.
Jax Navy hopes were hit last Stand Alone 'y

week with the injury of Don ,.,','
Himes,promising welterweight,in T-Ball Wj r >.
a touch football game. 'Rimes Atop NATTC HeapThe )

probably will be out the rest of Aviation Ordnance School Blockbusters overpowered three "

the season. different opponents last week while increasing their lead in the 1t .

Meanwhile workouts are being NATTCenter Touch-Football. league and virtually cinching the 1956

held daily in Price Natatorium, title.The ;
Bldg. 614, at the Naval Air Tech. Blockbusters inaugurated the week's play by downing the b ,3A ,
'
nical Training Center, from 1000 AGO Aces 2013. A 26-6 victory .oVer Administration and a 15-0

to 1800. triumph over the AGQ Deuces furnished the remainder of the Ord- '
.j.
nancemen's counters on the black side of the ledger.In' U Y
t f >

......;: Aces the Blockbusters were times from inside the ten-yard v I
)
i ; .:: forced to overcome a 13-0 halftime I '5 I

deficit Lou Doldo scored stripe.Playing with eight men the i. :_ bte

twice for AO, once on a 60yardrun 1 Aviation Electricians downed the
and then on a TD pass fromJ. Madero White 1 A 1 Oe
AGO Deuces 1913.
: A. Vanderborsh. Doldo con- 1 Al Hood and
flipped two passes to ;
verted both times. The third tally returned a punt for 60 yartis, thus te ) 0 A
:ame when Jim Heflin interceptedan LEA e '
accounting for all the SparkleTDs. ) k t
AGO aerial and then galloped
White' also scored the extra
60 yards for the score. .point : ,

t The AGO score came 01a 6- Bill Kuykendall's passes t
yard run by Damian Golla and a aC.
chalked up all the scoring for the g4
Golla-to-Charles Mann pass. The I Ensigns. Kuykendall passed to ,

same combination. clicked for the Ralph Langer for one TD and

extra point. found Don Beck for the other. lie .I

Lou Doldo's passing highlightedthe also passed to Langer for the n n
Ordnanceraen's 'victory over .
extra point. HIGH FLYIN' FLYERS. Mickey King, Jim Good, and Al Berg
the Administration nine. Doldo's
AE also defeated AK by a forfeit go up for loose ball in practice drill at the NAS Jax Basketball "I
pitching arm accounted for two score of 60. I squad. The Fliers open against Orlando AFD at home on Friday, 23
TDs finding both Jim Peterson Ken Somers led the Aviation November.

and Vanderborsh for scores. to victory over Ad-
1' R Roger Cell an then added another ministration Storekeepers, scoring all the victors Two Games Separate Narrow Win Puts ;
w
counter when he around
galloped
TDs. Somers scored on two
left end for 45. Doldo closed the Aces MAD KeglersThe
pass receptions, a 25-yard run, VP-18 In ControlOf
scoring when he crossed the goal. and ran for two extra points.: Lou Airmen School Aces remained -

1 line on quarterback sneak. Fuqua made good the other con- in first place in the ,
Doldo to Vanderborsh passes version. Joe Richetti flipped the Mainside Loop,
NATTCenter Bowling league,
provided both extra points. touchdown aerials.
: r ; Administration's lone tally Don Guerra pushed across both protecting their two-game lead Joe Larue scored four touchdowns -

came when Jerry Boone returneda of the Administration touch- over Marine Aviation Detachment for VP-18 as they

,j h kickoff 60 yards. downs on a 75-yard run and .an to edge V P2 into a 33.32 dc'S: (
The AGO Deuces could provideno 80-yard pass interception play i feat last Thursday, to be the only
better opposition for the Ord- Dick Nelson scored both the League leaders; undefeated team left in the Main-
k nancemen than the Aces, drop. Feather PAT's. I High single game Bohn- side Intramural Touch-Football
stcngle, NAWS 1, 247; High average -
ping their tilt, 150. Two thirty- The AGO Aces defeated the League.
n DeVito, MAD, 174; High
v 6AF eLzy five yard rumflng plays by Doldo Airman Preps, 6-0, on the strengthof Nov. 6 showed VAII-3 down
series Sauers, NAWS 2, 617;
and Vanderborsh
a safety by
Paul Noland's 40 yard run on ing Fasron Six 33-13. Ken Yastic
Roger Cellan, and an extra point High team single game NAWS ."
YNc by t James Petersen gave the a pass interception.Won Lost Tied 2, 920; High team series, NAWS was the big scorer of the game t
when he hit pay dirt for three '
c Blockbusters their margin of vic AO School 11 0 2 2, 2598.
tory. Sup AOOAcci Splinters 7 2 2 26 Team leaders; touchdowns, followed by Roger, ...
and Paul Erecze who each
Figins
The Support Splinters moved AE AN.P School School 6 4 5 0 1 AE, Tarplay, 145; SS, Buchner, hit for one. Extra points were*
into second AK School '5 1 148 AGO2 Nelson 161 MAD
place by virtue of vie- NavAlrWrapS 4 t 0 ; ; scored by Wesley Lathrop and All
ories over Aviation Storekeepers Administration 1 7 1 DeVito, 174; AN-P2, Siviky, 162; Walston. Fasron Six scored their
(28-0)( ), 'and Naval Air Weapons AGO Deuces 2 NAWS2, Sauers, 168; NAWS1, points behind a touchdown by "

System School (1 -12)). I Grantham, 145; AGO1, Nelson, Tom Lussier and one by Frank
"SWOOSH, IN FOR TWO. After racing for two TDs Dick Mickey Flynn TakesRinger 150; AN-P1, Daly, 168; AK, No- Robichand. Roblchand also scored*
Frank DeMent, starting guard Coppertino passed to Gerry Mc- votny, 157.
the extra point. ,
NATTCenter Marines TournamentMickey
for ,
pre- Rae for a play that was good for NATTC BOWLING
for hand set shot In
pares a one Won Lost In Thursday's game it was a
45 yards and still another touchdown
practice session at NATTCenter. I Flynn copped first AN-P One 43 SMarAvDet
DeMent, who works for the En- The Splinters counted on place in the 3rd Annual Ringer 41 7NavAlrWcapt scoring duel between Bob Owens,
listed Personnel Office, formerly Two 35 13AK who scored five touchdowns for
another aerial when Don Bowens Tournament held at NAS Jax School 32 12NavAlrWcapt
played for Eastern OklahomaA One 24 12 VFP-62 and Joe Larue with his
ft M. The NATTCenter Marines completed a 30-yard pass to Golf Course between Sept. 29 and AN-P Two 25 23SupSpllnters
four for VP-18. Ralph Smith
Howard Earling. Hank Powell IS 24
their season tonight Oct. 31.Flynn.
open AGO Two 12 24 ,
scored the other TD for
VP-18
against Moody Air Force Base caught a 'Keeper in the end-zone won with the lowest AGO One 14 30
AE School 14 30 u George Martin and Lou Os-
Hall.Mariaes .
In King for a safety and also for
ran an
score over the thirty day period, AGO Thre t 39NavAlrWeap
extra point. Charles Cable scored 624 net score with a Jtt stroke Three 3 41 Wald scored the two extra points,
the other PAT.Against to get the one point margin. Fred
Home handicap.In Lead V-Ball Horsman scored the only extra
Open Sparkles
NavAirWeaps theSplinters' second place was J. E. West-
tallies all came off the moreland with a handicap 3% Race; Missilemen CloseThe point for the VFP-62 team. ,.

Sched-Face MoodyCoach arm of Dick Coppertino. Copper and a net score of 64%. closing of last week's com- Nov. 8 showed Nartu.blankln,

Don Isherwood will send tino hit Hank Powell for both TDs The last member of the top petition in the NATTCenter Vol- Communications 19-0. Ken Oliver,

his NATTCenter Marine basket- on passes of 30 and 40 yards re- three was John Hoydick with ley Ball league found the Avia- Tom Gordon, and Harry Thomp.
spectively. Don Do wen s and 3% handicap and a net score of. tion Electricians still pacing the son scored the touchdowns, with
ball team into action for'the first Louie Zwick caught two of Cop- 67%. way. The Missilemen of Naval Thompson tallying, for the extra '

time tonight (Thursday) at 2000 p rtino'. passes for the extra -Flynn won the only award of Air Weapons System School were point.

in King Hall against the Moody points. the tournament, a "Bag Boy" car- close at the Sparkles heels. The only other game of the
Bill scored twice for I week, Hospital tied Nariu( 10-19.
Air Force Base hoopsters.All Hubely rier which was presented at the .In.last week's games the AN-P'
shack.Mainsife. STANDINGS
golf Aces defeated the AGO
10 players on the Maroon 16th Deadline For 15-12 and,,15-6. Aviation Electricians Deuces-, VP-tl 30 L 0 1DIiosipltal

and Gold squad are expected to 7 3 1VAII
VolleyballTwo downed AGO Aces, 15-8 and
see action. Members are Frank M-Side, BB Entries'Special games were played in the 15-12, and AGO Deuces defeated J e i i i 1

DeMent, Norm Eckles, Jim Park- Services has announcedthat Mainside Intramural Volleyball AN-P Deuces, 15-0, 150. Nav- OPf'UUOIII VAl 1,1 3 8 s 0Firon

inson, Don Holman, John Radtke, Friday, Nov. 16 at 1600 will League this week with Fasron Six AirWeaps triumphed over Air- Sir 4 S 0Communlcatlons
Bob Apple, Art Bromley, Jim be the deadline:for teams' inter- defeating Special Services in the man Deuces, 150. 4 T It

Pugh, Tom Krawchuck, and Dick ested in entering the .Mainside Nov. 7th tilt 15-3 153. Bob Phiel followed close behind
Burmeister. Intramural Basketball League. On Friday VF-62 bowed. to
Admin Toward with a 39.
Edge
VAH-3 10-5, 3-8 12-10. '
Call ext. 612. i GOLF STANDINGS
During the half-time period, Play will begin as soon as the VOLLEYBALL STANDINGSW Top In Links Play 'I W L 'CT.
Coach Dick Van will have Nartu
Mullen and the schedule is L rCT. SOl" 22'i .692
teams call in VA-172 8 0 1.000 Administration 43 20 ..682
his judo team put on a show of completed. The following teams VAH-1 \ S 0 1.000Nartu I .In the only match of the week's Faetu 574 32'i .&18
torso-twisting. 9 1 ..900Fasron Operations 60 :to .623:
Mainside
Intramural Golf Administration
have entered: .VW4, Marines, SIX 81 .888 VAH-1 30U 15H .580 '
VFP-M 8 00 downed Operations 54. Hospital 35({ 27(5( .561:
Saturday night NATTCenter FAW-11, VFP-62, VP-5: VAH-3, Special' Service 8 4 ..500Marines Fasron 109 30 33 .476
4 ..500Faetu Bob Taylor had the low score of VFPJ62 22 41
lays Orlando Fiscal, Fasron 109, O&R, 4 .349
Supply
Air Force Base at
:3 .7 JOO Supply Fiscal 19 44 .301
Orlando. VP-18, Hospital, and Dispensary. Hospital ,,5 .(U the- day, 37, while his teammate FAW-U U 44 .336






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Pogo 4 JAX AIR NEWS 15 November 1956

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tbe itrs Hollywood Calls


'Yntf For Local CPO


Robert'Taylor is in Hollywood,

'alif.. Robert Taylor is also in the

o Navy we mean Robert Taylor,
ADC attached to NAS Special

Services Department is Navy

((Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor greens keeper at the NAS. Golf

alt Navy libraries ,in the area) Club

What To Make: The time has hi,1i Sorta confusin isn't it? The
movie star and Chief
Taylor"arenot
come for all "ads" to remind usof _
the number of shopping daysto related although their. names
are identical, and Jhe latter dido
Christmas. Hobbyists are busyor _
to' Hollywood last Sunday to
they should bel-If! you are '
appear Nov. 12, on a national TV
like some of us who find it difficult
to acquire the Christmas Program beamed from HOllywoodand
spirt{ entitled "It Could Be You"
without the gradual re-
How .Chief Taylor got the bid
minders of autumn leaves, the
for such a Hollywood appear-
first snow, etc., we suggest you
ance falls right into the lap of his
look over the hobby shelves to
wife, Mrs. Wynell Taylor.

provide the inspiration for check _........'.."" ..._ _,_ ,_""' _... T'_ 'Io>> _<_ "W_'_ ., :IIMI..... It seems that Chief Taylor's
ing your Christmas list. The title
here belongs to an annual, full of GRAY LADIES GIVE MANY HOURS of service in the pediatrics ward of the Naval Hospital. mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor
various ideas such as Popular Above Mrs. R. D. EtUnger amuses three tots hospitalised In the ward. The service b "invaluable" to who lives in North Hollywood
the hospital, Capi.B.N.Ahi commanding, officer, declares. Left to right: Linda Schumacher <4<. daughter Calif., with the chiefs sister. Miss
Mechanics Magazine always en. ., Ernest: A. and Mrs. Schumacher of NATTCenter'AK School; Mike DeVries 2, son of Harvey Mary Elizabeth Taylor, expressed
courages. (AU and Mrs DeVries NAS lax Operations; Mrs EtUnger and Caroline Gautnies 4, daughter of the desire awhile back to heron
WUwIow.Bos This Albert and Mrs. Ganthies, of VT-171, now'aboard the USS Fonrtstal. Caroline is recovering nicely see
Gardening
; :
whom she hadn't in
from .. eye operation. seen
one will appeal to any gardener seven years.

who has difficulty keeping up his Hughes' Still TopsIn That is a long time, especially

hobby during the.winter months. when you are an elderly personas

For others, it may help to pre. NATTC BowlingWith is Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor. He

pare gifts which reflect the gar- J-r---'t LIY. said the last time he and his wife

dener's originalityin sharing his June Hughes setting the : saw his mother was when she

hobby at Christmas time.Suttessl1l1l'hotegnphy. pace with a new high game for visited the Taylors when he was

lady keglers of 186, Al and June stationed at NAS Jacksonville on

: One of Hughes remained atop the loop in a previous tour of duty.
many books to help prepare those l v.--
the NATTCenter Mixed-Doubles 1v.
iy When Mrs. Taylor that is the
Christmas cards with the
very bowling competition? K 1. chief's wife learned of his mothers -
personal touch of family picturesor w .
Bill and Billie Kane capitalizedon wishes, without letting anyone -
scenes which the beau
convey their rapidly improving form s"h. know about it she wrote a
ty-or the fun!-good photog-
;:
and strong ndicap to leap from letter to the master of ceremonies
raphy can "catch" either in coloror
sixth to fourth place. The Stahls of this particuTar TV program relating -
black and white.
and DePalmas obtained a firmer all the information concerning -

Leather Work: Another title{ footing on second and third Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor.

duplicated by many workers in a places, respectively, by taking r4'r .. It wasn't long. after that Chiet

popular craft Instructions, projects }- three straight games. Taylor received the first long dis.
',
and plans are given in most Won LnetITuchci lR4 bir tance call from Hollywood

books. If you are looking for new 24 19 4 Who in the world would be

ideas in your detail, several men DePaImad 17 11 r-- ailing me from Hollywood the
Kane IS 13:
have shown us beautiful work Greenwood* 13 15 chief thought as he waited 'for.

inspired by pictures from illustrated Varnei Pouter 13 12'4 15 IStf .... the connection to be completed.The .

stories. We have a wide O'Neal 13 12 IdLancaaferl 16SUice w w /.. ...,,,/ 'I.., question was answered in a,
variety of such material and will 11% 124 J. ;J.;:' .d. moment' when -he was informed
be glad to help find the subjects Garners 11 17 :. that he considered to
BottJHrf 7 21 4 t 't 4, i4w },>t. i was being'
in which you are most interested, ---- '1. ( participate in the TV Program.

You Can Whittle and Carve Slot i: +.4' .. ...). I A little later on he received
: Bolls Hold Top .vnJvn.Y.r14.1R.M'I ML1>1Tt' IrrNA.Fs.A. .KA ,..... .. .
another call from Hollywood
Wall decorations, toys bookends,, MRS. ELLABELL McLEMORE DAVIDSON, Red Cross Field
and all sorts of delightful figurescan In. MAS Alley Play Director at the Naval HospItaVwas "in a state of short," she said, giving him pertinent data concerning -

be done with the instructions when Gray Ladies at the hospital presented her with a "Resolu the program.
Tuesday, Nov. 6 showed Fasron tion of Appreciation1 for her seven years of unselfish service, and The other day he received a
given, not only in this book but
Six bowing to O&R Officers 3-1 conferred upon her the honorary degree of "Doctor of Human third call from Hollywood giving
also in several others. Some are and FAW-11 shutting out Dispensary I. Kindness." Tae document was sigaed by Gray LadIes who trained him final instructions as to whereto
for the beginner and som are for under her direction. _,
the experienced craftsman. 4-0 in the Mainside Intra- go; how to get there; where to

mural Bowling League. i stay;etc.

Making Your Model Railroad: Waves defeated VW-4 in Wednesday' Gray Ladies Do Vital It isn't every day you get a call

Of course you make these for the play 3.1, as CocnFairJaz ,, from Hollywood!

children. -if proud fathers and bowed to Fasron 109 31. Chief Taylor left Jacksonville's

doting uncles let them get within Nov. 8, VP-62 shut out Communications Work At NAS HospitalLast Imeson-Airport Sunday aboard a

touching distance. Frankly, we 4.0 in the only contest commercial airliner. While in
think this comes under the head Hollywood[ he was a guest at the
of the day. week Red Cross Field Director EUabell McLemore
ing of "fun for the family"How
Knickerbocker Hotel.
Friday showed Fasron Six defeating Davidson was surprised with a "commendation" presented by
To Build Games And Special Services Dispen. the Gray Ladies of the Naval Hospital with whom she has The great surprise element of
Toys The title is obvious-and it the Hollywood end of the trip .
:
sary over ComFairJax, and Personnel worked and served for the past seven years.
really Is full of ideas as well as downing the Waves all bya The commendation- prepared in the terminology of an was that Mrs. Elizabeth Taylordidn't

instructions. score of 3.1.BOWLINC. honorary degree and states that Mrs. Davidson "portrays our know her son was there

New Tln-Can Projects: If STANDINGS ideal of a representative of the American Red Cross." It was until he stepped out from behind
you've not about this w L PCT.VA172 the curtain of the stage and took
thought presented on the occasion of the graduation of the 27th class
Blu'b'lU 27 5 .814FaAsroo
craft you'll be surprised to see 10 2 .833 of Gray Ladies to win certificates in the Hospital since it was his mother in his arms for the

how 'simply you can make many; Six 24 18' 13 10 .667.64.1 commissioned in 19-11. The certificates were presented to the fine reunion. .

really artistic items with those }'uron slog 20 12 ..625OAR graduates by Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl, commanding : officer of: t.
Officer 2.1 17 .585
cans you usually throw out. Tutu: 18L4.f163: the Hospital, whose admiration for the work done by this Items Of Navy Interest"See

Creative Hobbles: Our bookshelves VA-mH'UhoU: 2'l8.17 15 .531> group of loyal and dedicated women is well known. It Now" on CBS-TV will
FAW.l1' 26 14 jaHonpUal > "Revolution In The
present Navy"at
include many others but IS IS ..NXDUpeiwary > At all times the number of
ward with the children of military '18 November. On the
IS 18 .3<>o 1730
you may find this a good choice Sm*. Service 14 18 ..438VW4 Gray Ladies ,serving in the Hos-
to inspire your special talent for 13 1 .408 pital amounts to between 50 and personnel, and they sew- same Sate: Tonight" on NBC-TV
f Com'elratlona 24 .400 pajamas for tots, towels, crib ((2330) will present "Project Van-
your special gifts. OAR WWUhaU 22 .W+9 60. With few exceptions, all are "
coverlets all used' the HospitaL guards Model Satellite and
Nartu 10 18 ..337ComFalrJa Naval With the by ; on
----0. personnel. expected
15 .Ml
23 November read in Collier's
Wave s 3* 08* turnover in personnel,
Sewing Supplies At NX .. .
i + e Magazine the story "South Of
Mrs. Davidson conducts e w Oae more service is given-usually "
With Christmas rapidly approaching Good Conduct AwardsTo classes twice annually-in October -: in charge of a single selected Suez.

Navy wives and de-* 4 At l\leriLl\last and April. Gray Lady who at presentis
pendents who are handy with the r fee; Mrs. John E. Clark; Mrs.
needle will welcome an announce- Four enlisted men at the Naval As they step into the activitiesof Mrs. Alice. Cumnungs. She 1 is George S. Copeland; Mrs. A. J.
known
cent by the Navy Exchange that Air Technical Training Center the Hospital the Gray Ladies as whenever the "Birthday Lady, Cooper; Mrs. Thomas ,E. Dunlop;

sewing patterns, thread, zippers, were cited at Meritorious Mast by serve with the library trundling because a bed patienthas Mrs J. L. Dwyer; Mrs. William T.

tape, rickrack braid, buttons, Comdr. Edward W. Bishop, Commanding bookcarts.fr0f'4. ward to ward; a birthday, she brings him a Grady; Mrs. Walter S. Ingram;

scissors, skirt markers, knitting Officer last week. they perform personal services for large, candle-lighted, homebaked'birthday Mrs. J. M. Johnson; Mrs. WilliamW.
cake. As rule this
yarns, crochet needles and, many Receiving Good Conduct bed patients such as letterwriting a hap. Jones; Mrs. Albert J. Kermes;
week at least and i b
once a
other such items are now on sale awards were Anthony Coppola, shopping,and cashing checks; pens Mrs. John F. Kneisl; Mrs. F. X.,

in the Mainside and Naval Hospital AK3,, Ay 1 a t Ion Storekeeper they spend many hours teaching a much-appreciated the ward share service in the as festi-ain McCarthy; Mrs. J. J. McKinstrey;

exchanges. School;: George Brown, AM2, and crafts to patients; encouraging vities. Mrs. H. J. Morehouse; 1101 r*.

Also available in the notions Joe Hastings, PHI Naval Air them to make belts, jewelry or to Charles :Myer; Mrs. Edward

department are instruction books, Weapons System School; and Vir- paint pictures; they check out The current crop of graduateswere Stacy; Mrs. Frank W. Thorne;

and piece goods in four-yard gil Tummons A02, Aviation Ord radios to bed patients who want : Mrs. J. A. Almquist; Mrs. Mrs. Thomas E. Waters Jr.; and

length. nanceman School. them; they work in the pediatrics Percy Butcher; Mrs. Paul Chaf Mrs. T. S. White.t .