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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1956
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol-14 NO 35 UMM C.m i.ader MAB4MD; Fleet Air Jtk...TUl.j Fleet Air W'Iar Ill| Naval Air TMhalrtl 1ral.II Cent r| Kara H..plUI "aeb.Ule. 21 November 1956


An All-Hands Effort




w e'ttirrr Fund Drive Closes;


Hl


\ Hits 93.3 of GoalThe


second annual Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive
concluded last Friday with the pledged total reaching 93.3

percent of the $110,000 goal.

No exact figures of the money
J Sixth Naval District, 131 %; Fleet ]1.
on hand were available as of
Air Wing Eleven, 118 % ,
Tuesday, with more collections ; Com)1))1
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville
a.t. ,
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expected this week. Early estimates -
111. 4 %; NARTU, 108 %; Naval
the net
place expected sum
between $90,000 and $100,000. Hospital, 91 %; Jacksonville,
88.4 %; NAS Cecil Field, 88 %;
Final results will be announced
Naval Air Technical Training I 1 ,
Monday noon at the drawings for
Center 88 % and NAAS
; May.
the three prizes given away in
82 %, The Fuel
conjunction with the drive. port, Navy Depoton
Hecksher: drive joined the
BY COMMANDS, the pledged drive and hit 1315 %.
BASKET OF BANKNOTES In last-minute flurry, of bucket passing, Aviation EI trlclan', total percentages at the close of
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Mate School came up with more than $1,000, which with previous donations, brought f<4.U9< to the the drive stood as follows:Marine BREAKDOWN Of divisions
I Navy-Duval Community Fond Drive. Presenting the money to Ensign Jeanne Murphy, are (left to Air ,Reserve Training Detachment units, and departments of com-
right) Comdr. Lawrence Heron, Ensign Ronald Morelan, and Comdr. Dwight Asmus. mands will be published in de
140 %\ Naval Air Bases,
tail in next week's issue of the

It's' Thai Time Jax Air News.
Again; Special Thanksgiving Rites

Xmas Trees Oil Sale Prizes To Be Given : The Navy-Duval Community
Fund Drive, a one-package driveto

load Christmas, shipped trees from by Canada the car-and Scheduled At Base ChapelsThe Away Monday Noon raise United funds Fund for the and CommunityChest the Navy I

ranging in size from 3 to 10 Monday Nov. 26 will be the I
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feet, are on sale on the tennis American tradition of setting aside the fourth Thursday in lucky day for three lucky 100 Relief, opened Oct. 1. Its purposehas
achieve
been to "maximum
courts opposite the Navy Exchange November as a day for the people of this country to count their many percenters In the Navy-Duval
Retail Store, Building blessings, will be observed tomorrow with church services in All Community Fund Drive. That's results with minimum effort"with !
other drive
28. Saints, St. Edward's and St. Luke's Chapels preceding the customary the day the new 1957 Ford, no held here

Spicy and fresh from northern Thanksgiving turkey served en the festive board. combination boat-motor- during the-year.-4WEATHER.*- !
climes the Canadian 1 trailer, and color television set t
At the Naval Air Station, Chap-
spruce trees are higher in lain F. A. Burke, senior chaplain give a Thanksgiving message and will be given away. OUTLOOK

quality this year and, due to aboard the Station, Chaplain Rob- the benediction will-be given by The drawings for the three I Thursday-Partly cloudy and

box-car purchase, cheaper in ert E. Osman, of All Saints Chap Chaplain Davis. Chaplain Osman prizes will be held at noon warm.

price. A large selection is el, and Chaplain W. A. Bryant, of will preside, and Mrs. E. L. Smith' : Monday at the band shell at Friday-Partly cloudy and

available, and tree decorationsmay the Naval Hospital, have planned is the organist. Mainsidc. A full report of the warm.
be purchased in Toyland, campaign will be given at that Saturday-Cloudy and
services for tomorrow., A low Mass will be heard at warm.
located in Building 954. 0800 Thursday in St. Edward's time. The drawing will be preceded Sunday-Clearing and cooler.Com'is'ary .
THE THIRD ANNUAL Lay by a concert by the Jax --...--
Service at All Saints' Chapel will Chapel, and Chaplain Bryant'will Navy Band.In .
deliver a sermon at 0930 in St. Closed Nov. 30 '
be participated in by Rear Adm.D. case of inclement weather -
Civilians To Pick S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet Luke's Chapel, Naval Hospital, the drawings will be held The Naval Air Station' Com- '
Air Jacksonville; Capt. W. S. Harris on the topic "It is a Good Thingto in Building 3. missary Store will be closed for E

Candidates' ; Commanding Officer, NAS Give Thanks." inventory Friday, Nov. 30.

Group Jacksonville; Capt. N. O. Anderson aAyriN+.MIXW.wwH.yyux .py..+.. r.....M 1

Naval Air Station civilian em- Commanding Officer, Naval
Air Reserve Training Unit; and
ployees arc preparing for their
Comdr. E. W. Bishop, Commanding -
annual election /of members to Officer, Naval Air Technical

the Employees' Councils, Boardof Training Center. Assisting chap

Directors of the Employees' lains are Chaplain M. O. Stephenson '' z.
Association, and Board of Trus- Chaplain J, C. Nickelson, and e f ts. r
Chaplain J. A. Davis, all of
tees of the Employees' Mutual
NATTCenter, and Chaplain Os. *
Death Benefit Society. man.

During the period Nov. 19
Following an organ meditationand t4
through Nov. employees may hymn at 1000 Adm. Cornwell jo' : }' '

submit the names of persons to will deliver the Thanksgiving !*: ,: L I1 jj .
be placed in nomination as can- Proclamation. The All Saints new- t i
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didates for these groups. Junior Choir j
ly organized con- jI.I.
Nominating petition forms may sisting of 38 boys and girls nineto 11l
be obtained from election officials 14 years old, will make its l '

whose 'names have been first appearance during the service -
posted on department bulletin i a a

boards. COMDR. BISHOP will read

Non-supervisory employees from the Old Testament scripture,

who have been continously em- and a Thanksgiving prayer will

ployed at this activity for at be delivered by Chaplain Steph-
least one year are eligible for enson. A reading from the New -
I TO BE HEARD THURSDAY- Chaplain Robert Osman rehearses a newly organized SS-member
nomination and election to theEmployees' Testament will be given by Capt. I
Junior choir In a program of Thanksgiving music that will be heard at the 1W Thanksgiving Day services -
Councils. Harris, Chaplain Nickelson will in AII-Salnts'Chapel. This will be the choir's first public apearance.




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very Thursday tor Navy and Mwln acthltlM! at Naval Air Dec. 46A
Station Jacksonville, Florida
HAS. Jaeke.avllle
Capt. William S. HarrU .,.muua_ ...,_ ... Commanding Officer conference on sto.rage time
Comdr Robert II. SmIth _,....._....-.... Executive Officer
Met Mr J tlu..vllle limitations and processing codes
Rear Adm. Delbert S. COm .. .. Commander
Capt. S. S. Searcy Jr. _..._.........._....... Chief of SUIt pertaining to the deterioration of Jp
Fleet Air Wiag Elevea .
Bowen F. McLeod .. _...._.-.. Commander stored materials will be held in '
Copt T.. S. White ...._.__ .. Chief Staff Officer ;
Naval AI IXhalcU Tralklac Crater the Overhaul and Repair Department "r
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Commanding; Officer r ,
Comdr William E. Fleshman .....-.... Executive Officer auditorium in the Hangar I -. ,
Katal Uotpltal ii1JL j
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl .. Commanding Officer 101 Annex Dec. 4 through 6. _
Capt. Marcy Shupp ..... __.. ......?. Executive: Officer 1- -i -
XAliTU conference is
"shelf-life"
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .... Commanding Officer The
Comdr. William E. Hardy _,...., .....,__. Execul1Ottlcer' scheduled by the Bureau of Aero- ,

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the U. 8. Naval Air Station nautics, with speakers selected
Jacksonville Floilad. and printed commercially with non-appro rlated funds from its maintenance and air-
at no expense to the overnment and In compliance with NAVEX P-35 Rv.
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve .Training Unit, and the borne equipment divisions. A
U. -Iavailloepllal.. realistic of arbitrary shelf-
Service Information Officer_.__..__.._.U. Dave Beesely survey
Managing Editor Andrew H. Planey life allotted to items listed by

Staff Importers Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI; Nancy Ward, JO3; the Aviation Supply Office in
Robert Aslp I SN.
The JAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armed Forces Press. ServiceAFPS ASI Catalcg, Section 0015, often
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe without regard to engineeringdata
written Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other
matter, except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of will be the major effort of tI

Editor! JAX AIR NEWS. the gathering _,, ._.....m____ -
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension!
8346, 216 and 8164.tLtC. Arrangements for the three-day READYING THANKSGIVING FEAST Charles Evans CSJ
of Caller One, begins the long grind of preparing the annuaiTbankslvlng
by
preparded
Cub Scout Pack 131 meeting are being Day feast to be served to personnel aboard the Sta

Walter S. Morris, superintendentof tion. Here he places the turkeys Into the oven. Mess personnel will
Slates Nov. 30 Meet the O & R Materials Engineering be working until the wee hours of the morning preparing the sump

Cub Pack 131 will hold its next Division. Representatives are tuous meal.
expected to attend from all NavalO
meeting at 1930 Nov. 30, at the
& R Departments, the Naval 4,200 Lbs Of Turkey Trimmings
Scout Hall in Building 802, newly Air Material Center, the Aviation ,

installed Cubmastcr C. J. Ileise Supply Office and maintenance Ready For Thanksgiving FeastComes

reports. division of the Eastern, Central

Made up of boys up to 12 years and Western District of the Bu- noon on Thanksgiving Day at Jacksonville Naval Air Su-

(Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor of'age who live on or near the reau. tion, a total of 4,200 pounds of roast Tom Turkey will be consumed

all Navy libraries in the area) Naval Air Station, sponsor of the The shelf-life conference will by. a total of 5.500 personnel.

Pack prospective members and be opened by Capt. T. D. Tyra, Twenty-four hu"ndred poundsof
We Gather Together Holidaysand
:
tions of Parker House rolls; 140
their parents are cordially invitedto O & R Officer. the turkey will be served at
tradition are as natural as attend the meeting. The pro- Galley 3 at NATTCenter, with pounds of butter; 3,000 rations of

Thankskiving and turkey! For a gram is based on life in Puerto ham, F. C. Bronson and O. L. 1800 more pounds at Mainside's pumpkin pie; 30 gallo s of

country as relatively young as Rico, and the Cubs are busily engaged Wright. Galley 1, whipped cream; 400 pounds of assorted

making hats and bamboo There's nothing like fine turkey hard candies; 460 poundsof
a -
ours, we've a rich heritagemuchof The Den Mothers are Mrs. K. E. .
articles typical of the island. dinner with all the trimmings mixed nuts; 200 gallons of coffee
it rooted in older countries and Rogers, Den No. 1; Mrs. R. E. ,
350 gallons of fresh milk;
Bingham Den No. 2 Mrs. O. L. however, there's plenty of workto ;
Capt. Ira N. Curtis is Institu- ;
much older cultures. This short
3,000 rations Of cigarettes; 3,000
tional Representative of the Pack, Wright, Den No.3; Mrs. F. T be done beforehand in the
history of Thanksgiving traditions and the committee is 'headed by Norris Den No. 4; and Mrs. P. M. preparation of such a feast. rations of cigars; and 3,000 rationsof

is a good choice if you've the F. E. Berry chairman. Serving on&he Bruening, Den No.5. K. E. ACTUAL preparations for the fruit cake. Galley 1 the
Al.1IAINSIDE'S
curiosity to know the "why and committee are P. M. Brucn- Rodgers heads Wcbdos Den. big dinner will get under way at

how" of a holiday we regard as ing, J. F. West, K. E. Rogers, J. I Cubmaster Ileise is assisted by midnight Wednesday when ap- crew will prepare 250 pounds of of
shrimp cocktail 150 pounds
very much our own. O. Thorton, M. Benak, R. E. Bing- Chaplain Robert R. Osman. proximately 110 military person- ; 110
olives
pickles; 400 pounds of ;
nel including cooks, bakers, mess
Forest And The Fort: Historical cooks and all others swing into gallons of puree of tomato soup;
96 pounds pf saltine crackers; 750
novels are now so numerous.that action to prepare all phases of the
it is possible to choose the period dinner which will include every- pounds of 'snowflake potatoes;

most interesting I to you and finda thing from soup to nuts. 500 pounds of creamed mall

novel, or several of them to At NATTCenter's1 onions; 300 pounds of tossed \eg-
Galley 3, the
etable'salad 75 of giblet
weave a fascinating! story around {4x crew there will 500 ; gallons
prepare
your favorite i characters and + ,,, .4;. 6+ pounds of shrimp cocktail; 200 gravy600; pounds corn bread
times. This one fits the mood for dressing.
pounds of
pickles; 450 pounds of
ALSO 325 of English
early Americana with a new Brig olives 140 pounds
; gallons of
puree of
land setting. It is the first volumein tomato frozen peas; 425 pounds of upe-
soup; 96 pounds of saltine
table salad bar rations of
2,500
Hervey Allen's North American crackers ;
Romance and, with its se ; 900 pounds of snowflake I I Parker House rolls; 110 pounds of
r potatoes; 650 pounds of
quels "Bedford Villa r e" and small onions creamed butter; 2,500 rations of fruit cake;
; 375 pounds of
"Toward The Morning" is one of tossed 2,500 rations of pumpkin pic; 325
the rare books which "takes" re vegetable salad; 90 gallonsof pounds of assorted hard candies;

reading. giblet gravy. 410 pounds of mixed nuts; 150

ALSO 750 pounds of corn gallons of coffee;' 300 gallons of

Bennett's Welcome: Inglis {$ bread dressing; 400 pounds of fresh milk; 2,500 rations of cigarettes
Fletcher is another favorite author N English frozen of
peas; 500 pounds ; and 2,500 ration i s
to those who enjoy' our colonial of- vegetable salad bar; 3,300 raThanksgiving- cigars.
period. The setting for this 9 of.y o. }

romance is Virginia and North Day Menu

Carolina during the days when

Cromwell's activities in Englandwere Shrimp Cocktail Assorted Olives, Pickles

slowly but very surely reflected Puree of Tomato
Soup Crackers Salad Bur
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,
in the English colonies.
,1>, "_ -..,-<'Aro'.n"; ""' .'. : . Mirage The historical Giblet Gravy
: only HELICOPTER TEST STAND No. it is not a fabricated
novel of recent years which does tepee. It's the helicopter rotor blade whirl test stand which is near- Snowflaked Potatoes Corn Bread Dressing English Peas

not have a brilliant, "comehither"dust Ing completion. Rotor blades repaired or overhauled by the NAS '
Jax O & R Department will be Creamed Onions' Tossed Salad Hot Rolls
jacket. It just isn't right! The dynamically tested on this new test -
stand.
story of the first Florida colonies Fruit Cake Pumpkin Pie

could have as lush ,a jacket as

any, for it is a swashbuckling romance Helicopter Rotor Blade Assorted Candy Mixed Nuts Coffee Milk

with Indian fights,Spanish Cigars

politics, intrigue and beautiful Stand Nears CompletionA Cigarettes

ladies in a most exciting back-

ground. helicopter rotor blade whirl Telephone Center Open

. test stand, located west of Han- engine transmission v e r t i cal Sixth Big CarrierIs
Save It, Invest It and Retire: A gar 123, will be completed the drive shaft, control console and On Thanksgiving Day
quick change to our modern con- other' ConstellationThe
latter part of December at a cost equipment. The Attendant Telephone Center
cept of security which includesthe Capt. Ira N. Curtis, resident of- will
of $44,666. located in Building 517,
,
but Navy's sixth Forrestal-
gold not the fallacy of ficer-in-charge of construction
The reinforced concrete structure class aircraft carrier-CVA be open on Thanksgiving Day
finding a mass of it 'along .with Public Works 64-
fountain is decagonal in shape and Department and will be named the Constella- from 0930 to 2230 for those wish-
the of youth! We may Capt. T D. Tyra, Overhaul and
provides 500 feet of floor ing to place long distance phone
admire those reckless heroes and square Repair Officer, coordinated plans tion.The
enjoy their amazing feats but the space for equipment to test the for the test stand with A. A. 60,000-ton Constellationwill calls.

heritage is a higher, standard of rotor blades. Formerly they have Verner as Navy construction inspector probably be the last of the .

living with a different idea of been tested on the aircraft. and C. E. Ricketts, super- Forrestal class, the Navy said. Dentist: "Open wider please-

community living and a personal The top of the steepangledroof visor for Public Works.S. Plans are to begin building the wider." '

integrity which includes a dignified is finished with a round catwalk I W. Brown, mechanical engineer first atomic-powered carrier Patient: "A-A-A-Ah.:! .

retirement. This' new book is and when the interior is'' represented O & R Plant an 85,000-ton gargantuan, during Dentist (inserting rubber' gag

full of advice for achieving it. finished it will house a gasoline ; Engineering. I fiscal year 1958. towel and sponge): "Ho"" Tour
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21 November 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Pagejwcommunity 3} "

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-:' AK-0 School To Entertainment Unit J' .
DrIvel1J"
Fund Graduate Ten Seeks Local TalentAny

personnel, enlisted or officer )
.
a: "COMMUNITY CHEST UNITED FUND NAVY RELIEF!? Marines Nov. 30 who participated in the AU-<

The Aviation Storekeeper Off!I. Navy Talent Show eliminations at''
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PERCENT OF QUOTA m '" cer's School will graduate: 10 MarIne the NAS Jacksonville level, are-

"." .' .... ..0. 10 V20 30 ,. 40 50 60, 70 80 ,; SO, WAI 10 20k.,s". Corps Officers November 30. requested to submit their names,,
COMFA1RJAXCOMNAO N --- l ? The AK Marine Officers program rates, and unit identification, together -

:: '& 'u 11 started two years ago, was with a brief description of

'.. '. I .,,.1 so well received by the Marine their individual acts, to the Serv-
''
:'1FAWMI'. .. I I 1.: Corps, that they more than ice Information Office, Main Administration
'MARTDHAAS"" ":" "" .II doubled the amount of Officers Building, as soon as

MAYPORT .," '1 1WH' sent here each year. possible.
.. '>' The Officers are trained to as- Additionally, any individuals

NARTU........ ., 'N/,. L 1 I ., ':: sume duties of Material Officers possessing talent who were not

NAS CECIL. .. ,; II I! Ill LIIL14ATT' : .. + '2 of Marine Aviation Squadronsand aboard for the tryouts, but would
,.. ,h..v \",. Supply Officers of Marine tie interested, should also submit
II \ @.
""'-.s....:. .):: ; Air Groups. the above information. This is in

., ,.,>..:" .,!. ': : .. .. I. '.';":.:'(. \I1: Scheduled to graduate are Cap- connection with the formulation,
v. "
"
f"AVA ;" .., ,' ; '> ; tains Roger L. Eddy, William H. of a Navy Entertainment Unit
..,.M"l: >;.,...........".h.'HOSPITALFINAL ...,,. ._."'.......___,. :0._.,.._....:..................;;... .xn' .y..v".".... .'. ....."..,"'" ,,"'...... .. ... :.\ -y,, ,,,:'ti: ; Marlow, and Ralph E. Sullivan; which will be used throughoutthis

FUND DRIVE STANDINGS With the 1956 vj-Duval Community Fund Drive coming First Lieutenants Karl F, Christ- area on television, radio, and
to a close last Friday, total pledges showed 93.3 percent of the goal. On this master score board is man, Harold Schofield, Joseph A. for special occasions.
shown the final standings of the participating commands. Siler, Jack P. Smith, William D. ,

StephanI, and Edward C. Tipshus;

New Uniform For Dependents Medical Plan and Doll.Second Lieutenant William C.

4 '. .

Security twenty-six civilians PoliceThe com- Goes Into Effect Dec. 7 3 Foreign OfficersAt

prising the NAS Jacksonville AO SchoolThree I

Security Police force are sporting On Dec. 7 all service wives and children may enter civil- II I

smart new uniforms. I ian hospitals of their own selection for treatment of wide foreign officers are In- (Personnel are Invited to visit;
cluded in the 10-officer class
According Jo Police Chief range of ailments, in accordance with the new Dependent the USO Servicemen's Club at 37
which will be graduated February
Delbert Loudermill, the chief Medicare Act. West Monroe St. The club U open
1 from Aviation Ordnance
and the section leaders will from 0900 to 2230 daily.)
On the date
same dependentsof Officers School at NATTCenter
wear white shirts with their I government: expense.
Nov. 21-2000
Coast Guard activities will be Wednesday, ,
uniforms while and Lts. Hugh Frontroght, and Half-
patrolmen However, if it is felt by the mil. Party night; lots of fun with
sergeants will wear nickel i accepted in all military hospitalsand dan Hansen are from the Argen-
itary surgeon: that a patient needs tine Navy, and Lt. John Arnold, games
grey shirts. it is predicted, most civilian
the particular care available onlyin 22-1800
Nov.
Thursday, ,
Canadian
Royal Navy.
The chief will have
police hospitals will have the wordto '
got a nearby civilian hospital, ar- Thanksgiving buffet supper; 2000,
the sleeves of Other Officers Ensigns Ger-
gold stripes on are
accept them also under the rangements for his acceptancethere special thanksgiving program.
his jacket, and the sergeants hard Swenson, Roger Brooks,
will wear sijver. The trousersof Medicare Law, which permits will be made. Also, in an Joseph Donoghue, Carl Lahr and Friday, Nov. 23-2130, Profes-j)
situation the restric-
all uniforms are police blue Uncle Sam to pay the costs with emergency Peter DiConza, Navy; and Lts. sional Spanish Entertainer, Ric
tion is off
in color as are the Jackets. certain limitations. Richard Young and William l Brami.! ,
I .
Shoes are regulation black WIIILE THE SERVICES will Franklin, Marine Corps. Saturday, Nov. 24-1000-2300,
tics, and the Sam Brown styleof Two Navy Balloonists The ten-week course covers six Open house; 2000, record hop.
belt is also black. encourage dependents to use military phases of aviation ordnance including Sunday, Nov. 25-1000; Free
hospitals when available, Travel 14 Miles Up four weeks of guided coffee hour and then go-to-

those who do not have ready access Two Navy officers have gone missiles at the Naval Air Wea- church; 1930, Vespers and refreshments -

Forces Strength Up; to such facilities may receive straight up 14miles in a balloon- pons System School.Scoutmaster ; 2000, free movie.
-0s 26-1900 Open
Many Has 676,661Total treatment in civilian host itals. higher than any other balloonists NeededA house.Monday-Nov. ,
Regulations state that while I before them.
strength of the armed "spouses and children who reside scoutmaster will be neededas Tuesday-Nov. 27-1900, Ping
Lcdr. Malcolm Ross and Lcdr of Dec. 1 to lead Boy Scout pong.
with their shall have
forces on Sept. 30 was 2,793,391, sponsors
Morton Lewis shot up to 76,000 Troop 132. Anyone interested can Wednesday-N 0 v. 28-2 000;
free choice the Defense Sec-
decrease of from Aug. 31,
a 5,019 retary "may require such depend- feet in two hours and 50 minutesat contact Comdr. F. R. DuChanois, Party night.

However all services except ents in a prescribed area to seek Rapid City, S. D. extension 748. T h u r s d a y-Nov. 29-2000,
Army increased in size. Game night.Permanent.
medical in uniformed
care a serv- .
Navy strength was estimatedat ice medical facility" if he finds Indoctrination Tam Gives
that the service hospital is not Certificates
676,661, with Marine Corps
filled. Awarded Two CPOs
strength! at 201,732. Center Arrivals 'Lowdown'Setting
I WHEN THE SITUATION indicates Certificates of permanent appointment -
terrible a need for restrictions of I the cruising course for the hundreds of students and as CPO's have been
"Sir, I want to report a
free choice, final approval will support personnel who report each week to the Naval Air Technical presented to Hubert B. Cring,

mistake on the firing range to rest with the Pentagon. This like- Training Center is the job j of.an indoctrination team.. AEC, and Lloyd S. Carter, AEC,

day. ly will mean the setting up of a Representatives or the Chap- by Comdr. Edward W. Bishop,

"What kind of a mistake, ser- particular geographic area, in lain's Office, Education and In- Safety Engineer will enlightenthe Commanding Oficer of the Naval

geant?" which all dependents would be formation Department, Medical men on the Do's and Don'ts. Air Technical Training Center. '

"We hit the wrong target. required to choose the military Department, Safety Engineer, and Permanent appointments are
hospital in the area. Unit com- Welfare and Recreation Divisionall If the new arrival follows the awarded to chief's who have had
sound too
"Well that doesn't
manders in a declared restrictedarea pool their efforts at an Indoc- instructions learned during the three years as acting appoInt.
serious, why worry about it?" f will J be charged with notify- trination lecture to acquaint Incoming orientation lecture, he'll find his ments 'are then qualified {if they

"From now on, sir, your air ing members that their 'families personnel with NATTCen- tour of duty here highly enjoyable are recommended by their ,commanding -
mail will be coming by bus." are not authorized civilian care at I It"l ter.NATTCENTER officer

like a small .
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reliant little has w Y ;
self community, '
le;}fYfyNr y I it< '
YY'0 much to ,offer to the man away ; "
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." home. The Welfare and Recreation -I

ti Department has a represen ,:) "
j tative who gives all the information ;'.
4: concerning that departmentand ,q mow. M
all the advantages that are :

available. .' /1" :' .
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x'yY churches are among the more important -

M' 4W' functions, which are 'I::

.. .. available to all denominations

aboard the base. To have a t.. {: :
UtM.'i healthy community, medical serv-
ice must be available to insure a 1 'f ;:

f fSec that the health is maintained to a N s ., :

high standard. A Medical Depart ...
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ment representative is made ; ::.:. .

,. .: available to inform new person '..>:..
nel the facilities'that will insure :

2W dY ti them continued C good health. : w ,{ ..,..,:-St--:3.:;. ;
TO INSURE that all personnelare "

acquainted with procedure of 1; .

education, and how they may ad- .I
V n themselves Education and .....ovt._...._ __.
'Y'M'Y.xNM.71tVI%>*N vance ,
CITED For outstanding performance of duty: Cpl. Charles Information provides an outlineof TWO HEMISPHERES Hands across the equator are shaken
Glutz, of NAS Marine Barracks, was cited at a meritorious mast .I the procedures to follow during as Lt. Halfdan Hansen (left) of the Argentine Navy grasps that of
Lt.John Arnold, Royal Canadian Navy, as Lt. Hugh Frontroght,
held by: Capt. William S. Harris (left), commanding officer of NAS their stay here.
also of Argentina, looks The three attending Aviation Ord
lax Glutz was commended for outstanding performance of dutyas i I I on. are
a brig guard during the period Aug. 1 to Nov 10, 1956 A very interesting talk by the nance Officers School at NATTCenter




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VP-18 Captures Mainside


Touch Football LaurelsPatrol .a


Squadron 18's smooth-operating grid machine met the

supreme test and proceeded to win the 1956 Mainside Touch Foot-

ball League championship, remaining unbeaten through seven 1+
contests.

VP-18's chief threat was VFP62 r
5 ,
but when the two clubs met, on AO School, the NATTCenter 1 A

VP-18 came out on the long end winners, for the All-Station title
of a thrilling 33-32 encounter The
sometime this week, the date as
two clubs stayed neck and neck
yet unannounced.In .
throughout the season until the
last few games. the final wrap-up of &games, __
Operations defeated Communications r- l .
_The Mainside champs now take
13-6; VAH-3 upset VFP-62, } $
7-0; VFP-62 defeated Hospital
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Ring Squad 25-12; Operations won over Fas- A _
ron Six and NARTU also won

Swings Into over Fasron Six both by forfeits

Mainside Standing
Action Mon.J Won Lost ?ltd ,
VP.18 ,0
VtT-63 1 2 1
Navy's 25-man boxing VAJtO

squad goes into action in a tune- I Nartu Operations 4 3 0 PUSH-UPS While T/Sgt. Paul Price does push-ups,' i'is checked by M/Sft Robert Farmer's f
up against Green Cove Navy at I !erne'Six' 1 I 6 0 I Airman Preparatory School to see that he touches the deck. is part of the physical readiness checkup I
Green Cove Monday, Nov. 26. Communication 0 7 ,0 being conducted for Support Personnel at NATTCenter. .

The inter-Navy match will bea .' .,

warm-up for the State A.A.U Florida BlockbustersNear
Championships in Jax the first Hunting

week in December. JAX AIR SPORTS Season OpensThe

From NATTCenter eight ma. 'Center1Ball
rines and five sailors are turningout NEWSFliers hunting season in sur-
rounding Florida counties
including Henry Hooper, 156, .
!,' opened Tuesday, Nov. 13 on
AN-P School; Francis Carroll, TitleThe
deer,'turkey, quail and squir-
160, AN-P; Donald Bishop, 126,

AO-A; Albert Fredricks, 165, AN- rel Aviation Ordnance School
P; Bob Johnson, 139, AO-A; Ed Launch Court Hunting licenses arc obtain.
Faris, 170, AE-A; Dave Pickering, able at NATTCenter Special Blockbusters continued their me-

156, AE-Ar ,Bill Staslowski, 185, Services Building 614, and thodical march towards the

AE-A; all marines; and Wyman Mainside, Special Services, NATTCenter Touch-F o.o t ball

Farnsworth, 154, Passive Defense; Season Friday Night Building 030. Licenses cost league championship last week

Bill Knowles, 165, AE-A; Don $7.50 for the State and $2.00 picking up two more wins, need-
Himes, 160, Administration; Rey. After a two-years' absen ce from the courts, Jackson. for the county.
*
naldo Graza, 112, AK-A; Bob vine Navy's Fliers pry the lid I
Wright, 147, .AO-A. paign Friday night at Mainsidc 2 Gym with Orlando Airy Force Broward, Collier i Monroe crown.

THREE MARINES are also Base providing the opposition.,, Game time is 2015. counties, and portions of Lee!, The Blockbusters downed the

with the Mainside 'grouP-Gene I: Coach Frank McCaffrey de- lien dry and Palm Beach Aviation Storekeepers, 19-0, and
Fasron Nine and Pete Tenero-
clares that his squad lacks ex- ; the Airman Preps by a forfeit
Rhodes, 135, Security; Farris Mc- wicz, Fasron 109. counties. Hunting is permitted
Donald, 180, Security; and Al perience, but has speed to burn every day until January I, score of 60.Against .
Here is the schedule to date:
and has much chance to develop.The
Hett 140
Security Sailors are the
Jim
Storekeepers
squad has been working out Nov. 2.1-Orlando AFB. Home
John Baxley, 165, Operations; Nov. 24--Jax University Away Heslan and Jim Vanderbofsh
John Meadows 200 VAH-3 Jim since mid-October, but hag seen Nov: 2 -Hunter AFB Home Men's Best Ball Links ,
; Nov.: 30-Orlando AFB.. Away I both pushed across TDs from way
Ryan, VFP-62; Bob Walters, 150, little action as a unit. Dec. 4 f.l Southern Away out. Heslan 60 and Van-
= ran yards
Dec.: 5 Gordon PMGC (.a.. Horn Nov. 24
VFP-62; Marciano Malanzo, 132, On Saturday the Fliers journeyto Dec 6-NAS Glynoo. Ga.. Away I Play Opens dcrborsh's gallop was good for 40
O&R Mike LaMelza 119 VA-44 Jax to clash with the Jax Uni- Dec.: 11-Glbbs "ViklnKiAway
; ; Dec. 12-1'arrl Island Marines Away The annual Station Men's Best. yards. A Lou Boldo-to-Roger
George Gray, 150, O&R; Louis versity cagers at Swisher Gym. flee 14-Fort Gordon: Ga.. Home Cellan accounted for the
Dec 15-Patrick AFli. Home Ball golf tournament swings into pass
Guyette, 145, VP-5. They return home Nov. 29 to host Jan. ]()-Parrls Island Marines<< home action Nov. 24 with play continu- other Ordnance TD, with Vander-
Base Savannah Jan. 11-Patrick AFB. Away
Force
Hunter Air ,
Jan. 14-NAS Glynco (Tentative), ing through Dec. 11 at the NAS borsh carrying the ball over for

NARTU Snares LeadIn Georgia. Jan Awa, EKlinAFB (Tentative), course. the P.A.T.
Friday's probable line-up will Home
Mainside Golf have Sam Hollingworth, from Jan IB-Fort Stewart Cd.. Home All established male membersof The AGO Deuces defeated the
Jan. 19-Univ. ot Florida (Scrimmage -
APL-58, at center; Jim Good of ), Away the Station course and club are Naval Air Weapons team, 7-0, on
NARTU'S linksters posted a Jan 21-Fort (.ordon. Ga., Away eligible to compete with fee the strength of an Ed Robcrts-to-
entry
,
VW-4 and Chester Foster of PO Jan :22-Fort Gordon Ga. Away
6'-2% win over Hospital to move Division at forward and Joe 1si'24-Plnecastle AFH. dome set at $1.00. The tourney will be Billy Kuykendall pass play.
; Jan. 2 Hunter AFB, Away
into the top spot of the Mainside
Gregory of Fasron 109 and Jesse Jan.: 2.:Charleston, Mine eet. Away conducted on a handicap basis NATTCenter T-BALL
IM Golf League. Jan. 31 GlbtM "V ." Home 54 holes with Won Lost Tied
Crowder, Operations, at guard. Feb 1=Univ. of Fla.T'B.." Horn over participants AO School 1.1 0 2
Won. Lost I''t.Nartll Feb. 4PenlACOlINavy., Away permitted to enter anytime duringthe SunSpltnters 10 2 2
57 2S ,695AdminlstratlOn Others expected to see action Feb 5-Kglin\ AFB (Tentative), AGO Ares 7 2 2
4S u ..ti6TtJetli tourney. AK School 9 4 1
57's 321. ,618erallona will be Jim Joyce, POI; Mickey Feb.Away 7 Jax University Home AN-1' School ft't 6 0
1'iO 30 ..625V King, MAD NATTC; Jim Donoho, Feb Savannah River Defense, Prizes will be awarded to the AK School 5 9 1
All 1 21y, 15'{ ..5tHoepltsl I Home NavAlrWcapS 4 8 0
3S 34 .528 O & R; Marty Basses, VFP-62; Feb 11-Hartow AFB Away winner and runner-up teams AGO Deuce 2 7 2

30 23 3.1 41 .476VFP62105 .349'lWuF1Ka1 Larry Erickson, Operations; Russ Feb.Feb.: Mnecaitle Charleston. AFH.AFB,Away Hornet : '" ,.<< ..- ""'-"'- ".*", ,, :,...,..,...,.,.,

1 19; 53 I .264: 1 Bouxsein, FaetuLant; Bob Mikn, t:: .. 18 Pennacola-Fort Stewart Navy Ga., Home Away t.:: !!"4t.tt" ';:', ,r.. \ '' ': !,.,.# ...

Feb. Savannah! River Defense, .
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the close of last week's

action in the NATTCcnler Bowling -

league the Airman School

Aces were still atop the loop. Iiof

Team leaders:

AE, Tarplay 146; NAWS1,

(QjW; ;; :K I ? : Grantham, 144;.MAD, DeVito, 174;

AGO1, Davis, 149; AGO2, Nelson, :. 'V!

} 165; AK, Larson, 155; SS, Buch-

ner, 136, AGO3, ,Laptwick, 136; l '5A

ANP1, Daly and Greenwood, 167;

.,. ANP2, Siviky, 165; NAWS2, Sau-
ers, 171; NAWS3. Glegg and Yu- '

x mas, 152. 4 .
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i a.ri,:L ),, ... ..- m.if MarAvDet 48 8
i'if .. NavAlrWeapl Two 31! 9 -
FOWL HARVEST Thanksgiving Day was holding no terrors AK School 36 1NavAlrWeaps <
t o. for the Weatherby family whose archery skill landed two OneU ISAN KINGPIN-You've rot to have a good quarterback to win In
t turkeys and a capon in the deep freeze for the event Joey Don- AGO P Two Two 25 16 31 24 football today and VP-18, Mainside grid champs, hare just that in
: aldson son of Joseph Donaldson ADI AE-B School and Mary AE School 19 33 Joe LaRue, shown behind center Bob Oswald. The versatile LaRue,
'- Donaldson, grimly prepares to dog to the birds BUI (left) SupSpllnterl 17 31 easily, the sensation of the 1956 Mainside grid season, passed and
; .ad Rose Weatherby (right) won theusticebirds.. Rose bagged the tnr- AGO 'One It 10 34NavAlrWeap 42 ran the VP-lSerslo+ an unbeaten season. VP-18 will meet Aviation
, kc-f at a recent Jax Navy Archery Club shoot. AGO Three 9 39 Ordnance School NATTCenter champs, for the All-Station crown.I .

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