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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 29, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Claim Prizes

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All personnel who contrib)

uted 100 percent to the Nayy-

Duval Community Fund Drive

and who have been sweatingout

the three big prizes can

it relax now-the winners have ;,
been announced. \

Lucky personnel, whose stubs \
v were drawn from the whirling '

barrel in ceremony Monday at X
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the Band Shell, were Sim Wood V,
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ham AEI of Patrol 18 (
"" .- -.' ,, ,, -,'_.......__._,._._'"_._.- Squadron ,
who won the 1957 Ford two-door
LUCKY STUB HOLDERS-Of the three winners at the drawing for the prizes given away In ceremonies concluding the 1956 sedan
of
Bill Corlew AMI
Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive Monday, two stopped by minutes later to claim their prizes. In left photo Sim Woodham, AE1, of : ; 1
VP.18, top prize winner, accepts the keys to the 1957 Ford from Lcdr. Ben Colkltt, chairman1 of the drawing committee. In right photo Patrol Squadron S, who claimedthe
Clayton Perry, 0 It R employee, is presented the color TV set by Lcdr Colkltt. Bill Corlew, AMI\ ot VP-5, winner of the boat-motor. combination boat, motor, and
trailer unit was not available when photos were taken. trailer; and Clayton Perry, Over

haul and Repair Department em

ployce, who claimed the color TV .i


set.Woodham held ticket No. 19986; j.

' JflX Corlew, 11964; and Perry, 15939.
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It took Woodham just a few j

minutes to make the trip to tho '

Band Shell to pick up his Ford. ;

It'. the first prize he's ever won

and he considers himself mighty

Vol-14 No. 36 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville, Flo. 29 November 1956 (Please turn to Pace 8, Col. 2))
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Considered Big SuccessFund .:




p. D Drive NetsR.ecord


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!\ V $102,933Military !u

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and civilian personnel from 10 Navy commands In the Jax area contributed an {

all-time high of $102,933 to the second annual Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive, final (,
figures disclose. a
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The amount collected during oration of everyone who particl I
of $61,000, the largest single con
the campaign is a new record tribution to this year's United pated in it. Whether by donationor

for such a drive involving local Fund, has already been donatedto by activity and arduously pro 'r

Y' 4 Naval installations. the CC-UFo (Please turn to Page 8, Col.2)Spivak ) :

ALTHOUGH the $102,933 falls
Simultaneously with the an-
short of the $110,000 goal, it rep- \
final
nouncement of the figuresit
achievementon To Play For .
resents a magnificent
was learned that the 1956
the part of military and civilian drive may be the last of such Dancing Dec. 1112The
personnel. Commands participating l
one-package campaigns. An en-
included CommanderFleet man .who plays the
'
tirely new concept of raising
TilE GOOD NEWS-Capt. William S. Harris, commanding Air Jacksonville, Commander funds among federal workers and sweetest trumpet in the world,
officer of NAS lax, is. shown delivering the final ad. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval service personnel has been announced Charles Spivak and his orchestra '\
dress on the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive, in which he District, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, is coming to the Naval
revealed a whopping figure of $102,933 collected during the drive. Marine Air Reserve Training De. by the White House and Air Station for a two-night \
Civilian and military personnel from ten Navy commands participated the Defense Department. Details ,t
in the drive, with proceeds destined for the Community tachment, N A S Jacksonville, of the new plan will be forth dance stand Dec. 11 and 12.

Chest-United Fund and the Navy Relief Society. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, coming.IN Spivak will play for an en. .
Naval Air Technical Training listed Christmas Dance Dec. 11

Center and Naval Hospital, all REVEALING the figures ata at King Hall, Building 563, ,
Local Policy On Holiday situated on the Station proper, mass gathering Monday atthe and again for the Officers'

plus NAS Cecil Field,NAAS May- Band Shell, Capt. William S. Dance at the "0" Club on Dec.
port and the Navy Fuel Depot. Harris, commanding officer of 12.
NAS Jax declared, "The 1956
Leave Periods Revealed
BENEFICIARIES of the Navy- Navy-Duval Community Fund

Duval campaign are the Community Drive is thereis
now history. But Evening Shopping
Although varying holiday leave schedules are posted within the Chest-United Fund and still something we must not

NAS Jacksonville based commands, the previous general policy of the Navy Relief Society. A sum :forget, that is, the general coop-(
,granting either Christmas or New ,Year's leaves will prevail. Schedule Set ForBase
,. ... .
The one restriction is that the
ville start at 1200 Dec. 20 and
leaves will not interfere with
end at 0800 Dec. 28, for the first ExchangesNavy
military operations. Ac-
necessary
period, and for the second at personnel can make their
cordingly, commands are adher-
1200 Dec. 28 to 0800 Jan. 5. Re. Christmas shopping tours enjoyable -
ing to a 50-50 division of personnel
quests for both leaves must be
events beginning Dec. 3
in granting leaves for the
two periods. submitted to the Military Person when at least one of the Exchanges *
nel Officer not later than Dec. 9.
<: 3 at Mainside, NATTCenter
AT NAS JACKSONVILLE the 1 1 ? xrw
first leave period starts at 0800 At the Naval Hospital the first and Naval Hospital will remain *
leave period starts at 1200 Thurs open evenings until 2000. 1
Saturday, Dec. 15, and ends at
2400 Thursday, Dec. 27. The second day, Dec. 20 and ends at 0800 Dec. The schedule.hows the following r
28. The Exchanges open evenings during -
period starts at 0800 Friday, second period starts at
Dec. 28, and ends at 2400 Wednes- 1200 Dec. 28 and ends at 0800 Jan.I + the week of Dec. 3: Dec. 3,

day, Jan. 9. Leave papers must be 5. Leave requests should be sub: NATTCenter; Dec. 4, Mainside;
prepared and submitted to the mitted not later than one weekin Dec. 5; Hospital; Dec. 6, Main.
side Dec. 7 NATTCenter.
advance. ; ,
Military Personnel Officer not
2fY I During the week
of Dec. 10:
later than Dec. 3 for the first At the Naval Air Technical '
Dec. 10 NATTCenter
; Dec. 11,
period and not later than Dec. Training Center, it is requiredthat 1
Mainside; Dec. 12, Hospital; Dec.
11 for the second period. 50 percent of both studentsand
13, Mainside; Dec. 14, NATTCen.
In addition, and consistent with instructors shall remain on ter.

maintaining proper security, department duty during both leave periods.
During the week of Dec. 17:
heads may grant liberty The first leave period starts at \
Dec. 17 NATTCenter
; Dec. 18,
starting at 1200 daily on normal 1610 Friday, Dec. 21, and ends at : i if Mainside; Dec. 19, Hospital; Dec.

work days during the period of 0715 Saturday, Dec. 29. The sec ; 20, Malnside; 21, NATTCenter.A .
Dec.: 19-30, providing that the ond starts at 0715 Dec. 29 and
ends at 0715 Jan. ....__;__.:........ .__ .........."'.. ,(_' maximum percentage of those on Monday, 7.
HAWAII IN REVERSE-Not to be outdone by the flowery all departments has been pro.
leave at one time does not exceed Classes will be suspended welcome of Hawaii two employees of Aviation Groupd Officers cured with the goal in mind that
35 percent pf the personnel assigned throughout both leave periods, School at NATTCenter greet two students from Hawaii In typical 100 percent of Navy personnel's
to each department. but those remaining on duty will Island fashion. Mae Norris (left) places a lei around the neck of Christmas shopping be accomplished
THE HOLIDAY LEAVE per- attend refresher courses scheduled Ensign Maltble Holt of Honolulu, while Eleanor Williams similar. may
ly greets Ensign Gee Chonff Wong of Walmanalo. The officers are at the Navy Ex-
iods slated at Fleet Air Jackson for one to two hours daily attending the eight-week AGO School course change.GIVES .



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2"9 1956i i
November
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Effective Dec. 7Dependents



Jo xwniwiiPubltshed Have Many Rights,



every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station. "acUoD\'Ule.. Floilda Under Medicare ActThis
MAS, Ja kkeftvUle Privileges
Capt. William S. HarrU .... -- Commanding Officer
Coradr. Robert 11. Smith _...,_.._ _> ._-_ Executive Officer
!Meet Air Jat.....'Ule the Dependents Medical Care Act, an all-important
Rear Adm. Pclbert S. Corn*ell ... Commander ( Is the first in a series articles on
?
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. _Fleet. Air.Wing...."_Jllena_: Chief o.( Staff legislation which becomes effective Dec. 7, 1956. Servicemen not residing with their wives it1c.t

Capt. Bowen F. McLeod Commander articles and send to them.)
Coradr. T. S. White _. ..."..._,__. .___ Chief Staff Officer clip these
Naval Ali'Tecbalral 'TraisJBg Cuter service wife in trouble.. real trouble I You are driving
Assume you're a
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Commanding Officer
Comdr. Wilfred E. Kleshman ....._.............._..... ___ExecuUve Officer country with your 12-year old son, Johnny, when suddenly he becomes ill.; Stopping'e J

Capt. Benjamin N. AM Naval Hospital Commanding Officer I' the way, you take him to a civilian doctor who advises immediate hospitalization.
Executive Officer
Capt.
Marry Shupp
NAKTU You shudder I Your husband is hospital will give you, and he is replaced and so the uniformed

Capt.Comdr Norman William O.E.Anderson Hardy .M----. >-_-__ _-- _Commanding Executive Officer Officer overseas and you are a thousand admitted promptly.You services may be on the alert
miles from home. You are far don't have to worry about against its being used improperly
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the U. S. Naval Air Station Forces Public who
Jacksonville. Florlad' and printed commercially with appropriated fund from any Armed or the cost of hospitalization or by someone finds it.
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS: P-35. Kev. Health Service hospital, and your for The card lists all dependents
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air lleserve Training Unit and the treatment in a hospital yourself
U. S. Naval Hospital. cash is running low. What do you or your children in most' entitled to medical care throughthe

Service Information Officer_, _.._.._.1.3. Dave Bccsely do? same service member. If
exceptions more
There are some
cases.
Managing Editor Andrew II Flaney
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes PHI; Nancy Ward, J03; The answer is simple. Identify which will be discussed later. than one card is needed to prevent

Robert Aslp, SN. your son as a service dependent, Generally though, the United hardship, a duplicate! may
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press St'n IceAFl'S will for be issued.
not withoutlhe and the doctor arrange stands behind -
material appearing In this publication may States Government
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other Johnny's admission at a civilian I Your card is valid for 2
mostof years
matter publications, Is prohibited without permission of you ready to pay
Editor: JAX JjRblnws.lce hospital. You take Johnny there, your major medical expenses. from the date of issue. It must: be

Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension fill out a certification form the turned in (1) when it expires i .
8M6 21ft and 81M.EmID. This protection Is assured you
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((2) when a new card is issued: ;
under the Dependent's Medical
# S (3) when any of the dependents
a f
> ;
Care Act (Public Law 569, 84th
listed on it becomes ineligible. or
if husband is on
)
Congress your
((4) upon the death, retirement or
active duty as a member of the
release of a member to inactive
? Army, the Navy, the Air Force,
Thursday, Nov. 29 the Marine Corps, the CoastGuard duty.
Mainside The King And I t or the commissionedcorps Normally, medical care will be

(color musical cine.): Deborah of either the U. S. Public refused in cases where the
patient presents a card that fail
Kerr, Yul Brynner.
Health Service or the U. S. Coast
to meet these
requirements
NATTCenter Tension At and Geodetic Survey. You are eli-
this rule will be
Table Rock (color western): gible if your husband is on active- ever applied
with For
common sense. example
Richard Egan, Dorothy Malone. duty-for-training for more than
care certainly will be given a
Suicide Mission 30
Hospital days.
new-born infant, even though its
(WWII drama): Leif Larson. RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES:
will not the
name appear on card
Friday, Nor. SO As a service wife, you have until a new one can be issued.

Mainside Written On The many rights and privileges un- As a service wife, you probably

Wine (color drama): Rock Hudson II > v M der this law. What are they? How received your card through your

Lauren BacaU.NATTCenter do you take advantage of them? husband. But that is not true in

The King AndI Care in a civilian hospital at all cases. For instance, if a service

(color musical cine.): Deborah i..A? Government expense is availablenot wife is separated from her

Kerr, Yul Brynner. only to you and your children husband but not divorced, she

Hospital Tension At Table but also to a man if he is may apply directly to her hus

Rock (color western): Richard dependent on his wife and if she band's service for a card. An

Egan, Dorothy Malone. I ; is a member of one of the uni- Army wife would apply to the

.. Saturday,Dee.1 } .....,:w.- __ "*" .. __ri4s formed services on active dutyas nearest Army installation. Any

Mainside Blackboard The SWORD CATCHES UF- CWO George Lanbscher, Commis- previously indicated.For other service wife would apply

Pirate (color drama): Linda Par. sary and Shop Stores Officer of NATTCenter, found the sword eligible patients, the Gov- through her husband's Com

nell, Robert Newton.NATTCenter awaiting him when he reported for duty here. Gift of fellow crew ernment will pay most of the cost manding Officer. Unremarried
members at the Submarine Base Pearl Harbor, his last duty station -
-Written On The it is shown to Sydney FrasIer, MMC, (left) of Discipline; and of civilian medical care in mater- widows and eligible dependent

Wine (color drama): Rock Hudson submariner Harold Brooks, EMI, Communications, both of whom nity cases, and it will pay for or retired members or persons
Lauren Bacall. formerly served out of Pearl Harbor's sub bLCenter's treatment of certain injuries who died while in active or re-

outside of a hospital. Normally, tired status should apply to their
And I
The
Hospital King though, the Government will not respective service.
(color musical cine.): Deborah R&T Unit Handles .
I pay for civilian outpatient care) HAVE YOU A CHOICE BETWEEN
Kerr Yul Brynner.
meaning the usual visits to or bya CIVILIAN AND SERVICE

KIDDIE MATINEE 200 Personnel WeeklyAccommodating physician. MEDICAL FACILITIES?

Saturday, Dee. 1, U" Civilian medical care is not Yes, to a large extent, when

Mainside Fabulous Senorita provided for other service in the United States',
all enlisted Naval personnel at the Naval Air de- you are
(western): Robert Clark. Also Technical Training Center in a transient status are the duties of pendents. (A complete list of de- Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico.

Professor Small (comedy). the men of Receipt and Transfer at Barracks 402. pendents will follow). If you are eligible for civilian

MOVIE HOURS All. service dependents qualify medical care, you may choose between -
Mainside 1800 2000. Also These duty :Masters at Arms, for medical (2))
I care, both outpatient (1) a civilian facility;
1400 on Sundays and holidays. under the supervision of R. M. : personnel being received and detached and ((3))
I inpatient, at service facilities. an Armed Forces facility, or
at NAT1'Center.ACCORDING
NATI'Center1400, 1800,2000. Hutton BM1, are responsible for This care is subject to local limitations Public Health Service facility. For

Hospital 1900 only. maintaining the steady flow of to Richard Nelson of space and medical staff. II dependents living with the serve

.. AN, and Robert Sylvester, I. However, dependents are not iceman, treatment at civilian

eRas. ;VlORD .PUZZLE SN, R&T, as it is commonly limited to the facilities of one facilities may be restricted in certain -

AtAon I a C S e 1 g 9 p H known, handles about 200 sailors service. Thus, if you can't get areas if it is determined that
weekly. The sailors are either be- treatment at a facility of one military or Public Health Service

,-hllak.a. kN isdens. I ing received at the Center or are service, you may be able to get medical facilities in those areas

a-In MUSIC. high. 'to 'r "g on orders from the various schoolsat it at a facility of another. And arc not being adequately utilized.

U-I.ubrtc-Ate l-'-.:aped it ioaaI4Female Li /: the Training Command to re- don't forget that service facilities But as matters stand now, you

deer If V/ 1 port to duty stations throughoutthe include hospitals of the U. S. have free choice.
$-'"< Ii-DlAt'kboarli I' 11 yg yr 25 world. Public Health Service as well as This choice applies, of course

'!1t-41oal.- ... V./ As well as being responsible for those of the Armed Forces. (A where hospitalization is involved.

Zl-Adhe.lv. /. 31enbatance r'l V./ a the whereabouts of these men list of Public Health Service hos- Except for maternity care or

!I-UoubCer w. "l to "iII they also handle the flow of Sup- pitals'will follow). treatment for certain injuries

:14Assistf7Recite lit V/ V port personnel. INDENTIFICATION: the Government will not pay for
lI;; 83 r'lIf
unlsontJapanese : r/.I: V/ When you go for treatment to civilian outpatient care. Unless

measure M a. >7 EVERYONE reporting aboard, any medical facility, service or you are prepared to pay a civilian

U-to-Bull.'r.e sound tit : or being detached, at NATTCenter civilian, you will be required to doctor yourself for outpatient

t-Encoun tere 4 id 59 below the rank of chief petty present your Dependent's Auth- care, you will be wise to continueto

2Ian'nickname. ... .:.u. ""i/ 11 'it ofifcer, reports to R&T. orization for Medical Care card use your military physician.

U-KHn U-T.lk. idly .. .,., V If1 I"" One might well imagine whata (DD Form 1173). This card is Only if your visit to a civilian
U-IlIC'our.re 1'- barracks might look like with your passport to medical care at physician results in hospitalization -

>a7-Sharpens iti-1'aher mea.Mre [if i: : IH : : : I I I 400 feet tramping in and out Government expense. Don't will certain of the physi

*5Reveal4atlaccharttte ___ daily, but P.. D. Skaggs, George change it in any way. Erasures or cian's fees and hospital chargesbe
pr wes a r
a.p
U-l'.rt.lnlnr 10 Brown, Nelson, and Sylvester, all other changes will make. it in- paid by the Government.

Ist'o"ttderat.8ubJ.'t the side d-dratifed of 1I-Joc Rbve ttfront: Masters at Arms at the barracks, valid. When you seek civilian medical -

discourse' 50-Slides 'f-Smooth feathers the of have managed a rating of "outstanding" On this card, you will find a care,.ask the doctor whetherhe
.
114-.ire out 1-llletlname'" a. II-Dw.U 11-1'eeted u-Oet."t"d Jt-huRdatlo. or above on all material serial number. Record this right has agreed to accept the fee

r.o-r."oed 41iYearningsuffix> adherent: : .f U-CSOMI 14-Glrl' ft-C'ran inspections. now where you'll be able to put stipulated the Government as

61-.11 wllind -SMboI for I5-QltOCn antra 41-0 U-Tln_ arout These duties your finger on it if your card is full payment in your case. He
as well
IIlton as the
It-Flllure track lost. Enter fees
on this no
DOWNMethods same record should expect you to pay
3.-Playhouse 43MacawMat. duties of the Barracks
,- suitable 31-Chemical 44--i.1mb Mastersat the place and date of issue, as other than those listed later. It
t-1fan'a rt-Pal'C',1 of land ,'element .'-Artln Ia' Arms for 402, are all handled well
1111:11"8"'. II-GoII mound 33-Aiponaulan language quite capably as the date your card ex- you do pay more, the Govern-
by Hutton
I-V. 111 If-Calcher' Indian' and his pires. ment will no portion of the
staff of four pay
non-rated
men at
If
you lose your card, report bill. (AFPS)
(Answer on Page S, Col. 5) R&T.
# the loss immediately so it may be (Continued next week)





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.29 November 1956 NEWS Page 2fti ;

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BLOOD .;

15 Aircraft Carriers Operating At SeaA \..:''


task force led by the git;; Australia, has had its order crating off the coast until it '.

carrier Saratoga is deploying cancelled "in line with the formed around the Forrestal :\,
United States policy to improve and the FDR. .
off the southeastern states
defensive capabilities duringthe Before the situation in the j-
bringing to 15 the number of u .,
present unsettled period." Suez area developed, the For
Navy aircraft carriers operating In the Pacific normal operating restal had been scheduled to '
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian the Coral Sea in the
at sea. schedules were interruptedor replace foff
for all Navy libraries in the area)
in The
The Forrestal led another speeded up, with many Mediterranean January. 1.
ship movements blanketed in Roosevelt, home-based at
I Was A Chaplain On The powerful task force about two
secrecy and no destinations NAAS Mayport, was to have
Franklin: We think it appropriatethat weeks ago to a cruising area given for ships leaving Pearl been overhauled at the Ports- ..4j.
the list of new books re- reportedly close to the troubled Harbor mouth Naval Shipyard in De Forty-five more employees

ceived starts with this heroic Mediterranean. Another carrier REAR ADM. Robert B. Pirie, cember.Of have joined the blood donor rollsat

story. This week the Chaplains force- might move across commander, Carrier Division. the Navy's eight undc- NAS Jar.Donating .

celebrate their 181st anniversaryof the Indian Ocean to, be near Six, is commanding the ployed carriers, three are in blood to the Station
dedicated service to the fight- the Suez Canal from that end. newly formed task headed by home ports, three are being Blood Bank in November were 39

ing forces of our country. Father TilE PACIFIC FLEET, the "Sara" in the Atlantic. overhauled, one is being refitted employees from Overhaul and
O'Callahan's story is a thrillingsaga which had been expected to This force replaces the 15- to carry helicopters and Repair Department and six from

of the sea, a factual accountof visit the Olympic Games in ship group that had been op. one is in Cuba. Public Works.O .
the tragedy and bravery of & R civilians donating blood

men serving under the great were Raymond Reinhardt, Em-

stress of modern warfare, and a mett Rachels, Corlis Carver, Jun.
story of faith which is both in- Reading Course ior Teske, Homer Taylor, William

teresting and inspiring. V"f Brashwell, John Sands, Horace \

Caleb Pettinffill, USN. Another For Tech Data Bell Jesse Nichols, Ray Con
nor, Leonard Rewis, Grady Fin-
story of the sea with a new hero ; :
At AN School"Publications ley, Jacob Dcel, Jack Heard, Linden -.
Hornblow.
expected to rival Lord _
fyt Day, Dwight Kearns, Lorenzo -
er. This has the Union Navy as 'pN A
indexes Conway..
and area
background for a young naval
officer's devotion to "his" ship must for all students," stated Also Carl Wilson, Joseph Hag-

and his part in building the tradi- T/Sgt Charles Bostwick, instructor t an, Maurice Daigle, John Wen-
tions of the Navy. at the Airman School at sten, Ralph Norton,James Creecy,

NATTCenter. ) John Thomas, John Joyner,Henry
Our. Valiant Few: The sequelto Inaugurated two month ago, a VN Kirkland, Cornelius Boyd, John
Proud New Flags for which reading course which covers Grier, Fernie Selby, Hugro Roscoe -

Mason's many ardent fans have Navy technical publications and Archie Cullen, Joe Sharpe,

been waiting. In Blue Hurricanehe indexes was set up by Sgt. Bost John Turbeville, Harry Maus,

paralleled the story of the wick, a veteran in this field since Benjamine Scott, John Clark,
Confederate Navy's early strug- 1947. Blanche Jewell, Willie Bundy,
gles with a tale of the Union and Charles Hopgood.
these
MOST IMPORTANT of
Forces. The new one centers Those from Public Works do-
publications are the Naval Air t ; i I
about the attempts of the Con- Publications and. Naval Ordnance nating included Curtis Middleton, _. ,
federate Navy to break the block- indexes, followed by logs Richard Loftin, Fred Bess, Roy i
ade around Charleston and to and reports; aircraft operationsand 4 Brannen, John Clark, and Otis

develop a new underwater weapon. maintenance manuals;engine, a Gamble.
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accessories and instruments op GETTING THE WORD-T/Sgt Charles Bostwick goes over e.
This Hallowed Ground: Moreof eration and maintenance man- some material of the course he is Instructing at Airman School.
the Civil War. Although this uals;. equipment maintenance Stt. Bostwick rewrote the course here, which deals with technical Credit Union
John Schmlddlin
Privates
publications and indexes. Looking on are -
is real history, it reads with all manuals, and allowance lists. (left) and James Winston.
the excitement: of a good novelit FOURTEEN hours of instruc- Election.r.r.

would because it is Bruce Cat- tion are given to each class Bost If .You 've Got A Heart Join Eyes .
ton who is always "tops." Now : wick set up the first complete ,
we have his story of the Union I technical library overseas, this Of OfficialsLooking
Tots
The For
side of the conflict. being for Night ,Fighter Squadron Toys Campaign
forward to the annual
Heart Of The Hunter: Favorite 513 in Korea. It's that time of year again-the Christmas Season-when meeting in January"the Jax Navy
authors are filling the lists of Prior to coming to Jacksonville, children, and oldsters too, approach that wonderful make believe Credit-Union is making plans fora
newly published books. Edison Bostwick set up the publication fairyland time. But, do you know that there are some children who large membership turnout.
Marshall is known for his rather system for the Third Marine Air are unable to enjoy Christmas as fully as your children
at Miami which took nine President Joseph O'Connell an.
Wing
extravagant historical novels but months to complete. What can_you do about it? You area will awaken to a Christmas nounced the appointment of a
now he tells his own story of his I & can make Christmas brighter fora morning full of surprises. nominating committee which will
adventures as a hunter. lie seems I lot of children by participatingin
For USEABLE TOYS which seem consider candidates for the varIous
to have been everywhere (now Rehearsals Set the Toys For Tots campaign.
offices the annual meet-
to clutter up the home, or even at
we are sure of the locale in his Christmas PageantAll TilE JUNIOR Chamber of Com- !
new toys if you wish, can be con. ing. The committee, composed of
stories!) Saints Chapel Sunday merce and the Marine Reservesof tributed to this drive. Toys will I chairman Milo Jones, Industrial

Following his avid interest In! School classes will start rehearsals Marine Fighter Squadron 144 be despositcd in special boxes at Relations Department; Arthur F.

hunting, he takes the reader from for the annual Christmas at NAS Jax and the Second Amphibious Navy Exchanges at Mainside, Ziegler, and Jerome F. Porwoll,

his childhood in Indiana, wherehe Pageant at 0930 Saturday, Dec. Tractor Company, assisted NATTCenter and Naval Hospital. Overhaul and Repair Department,

hunted ducks, through caribou 8. by the Junior Red Cross, Toys For Tots campaign this will consider any member who

hunting in Canada, bears in The rehearsals will be held at Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, will year ends Dec. 20. Toys will be has the qualifications, ability and.
Kodiak and on to the great game the Chapel, with Grades 1 collect toys with the hope that at distributed by the Christmas Exchange time to serve as an official.

hunting in Asia and Africa. Both through 9 participating. least 4,000 children in the Jax of Jax on Dec. 21 and 22 lIEMBERSVIIO are interestedin

the active and the armchair hunters ._..". "----------...._"'....."" ..."'...._-_.,............................_ to the parents of underprivileged administering the affairs of
among us will find a won- children at the Jax Baseball Park. their Credit-Union should submit
derful few hours of reading in
their names to one of the above
this volume. committee.For .

Warden Of The Smoke And the coming year there are

Bells: Richard Llewellyn gave us four board member vacancies,
the thoroughly beautiful How ;: ;4L, ieaNtdt: two supervisory committee vacancies

Green Was My Valley, the storyof < a z :tnts $ 4r and four credit committee
a Welsh mining town. Now he 4 G.RMAMY vacancies. Officials now serving
has turned back in time and placeto / tAt whose terms expire are eligiblefor
the days when Marco Polo returned h re-election and nominationsfor
office will be accepted from
from Cathay with fabulous Trutt are ? I
a
silks, teas, and tales of the daughter < l rJ i sa r its Y Yo0t1.! the floor at the annual meeting.
of the Great Khan. A most IN VIEW OF the great volumeof

colorful historical povel of a most business being done by the

colorful period in the medieval n.i'a 7 I Credit-Union and with the im
world. + portant and responsible decisions

--....- required of all officials, it is incumbent
on each and every mem
Ordnanccman School '
: ber to give serious thought before
Honors To Marshik WttAPCVA weryjSsttJaweoirI\M AXWA> 09* '*c proposing any name for office.

Francis Marshik, AOTAN, of Lt ti iii 0 Not only the progress but the

Aviation Ordnanceman School I.t.: .... ....... -- very survival of the Credit-Union '
Class A at the Naval Air Technical SHOOTS ITSELF DOWN-An F-ll-F supersonic Jet fighter Hobo-"Pardon me, lady, but depends on its members electing
Training Center, was the honor shot itself down, as shown in the diagram, last September, the do you have some cake you could only the most competent officials.
has announced. Navy spokesmen said test pilot Tom Attridge
student in last week's graduating Navy give a man down on his lucU"lousewife 0s i
fired ft burst from the plane's four millimeter cannon while in a
class. speed of 880 mph over the Atlantic. The speeding jet caught np "Wouldn't bread "Daddy, don't they ever give
Marshik, whose home Is in with its own bullets, which hit the nose of the plane, forcing it to and butter do?" showers for the groom?"
to crash-land. AUrldge suffered a broken leg and three fractured Hobo "Ordinarily it would, "No, son. There will be storms
Pierz Minn has been assigned
in the freak accident, which the Navy described as a
vertebrae
ma'am, but you see today is my enough after the bride begins to
Four
Heavy Attack Squadron "milllon-to-one" shot. The F-ll-F is one of the newest carrier- "
NAS Whidbey Island, for duty. based Navy jets. birthday. reign.
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. Cane Hunter To _' I" :' ); 4 t:" .t;:; \ ?0:: .i"\ti Up The

Address Parley ;,': ; f } : ; LADDERWith


In AustraliaComdr. .,'. ,' ( Civilians
': ,
.
: (/,:; ,, (Periodically the Jar Air New
Nicholas Brango, ex- : In cooperation with the Industrial
ecutive officer of Hurricane Hunt- :. \' : Relation Department tall list
.
ers of Airborne Early Warning various promotions Naval Air
Squadron Four, and one of the t: Station civilian personnel,)

Navy's pioneers and foremost experts On the promotion roster effec.

on tropical storms, has been tive Nov. 4, 5, and 12, were 16
invited to present a scientific employees, 13 from Overhaul and
paper to the Tropical Cyclone i\ Repair Department, two from

Symposium being held at Bris- \ '( MrMr'f Supply Department, and one from
bane, Australia Dec. 10 to 14. k Fiscal Department.

The only U. S. Navy participantin Promoted at O & R were W i.

the symposium, Comdr,Brango liam Early, supervisory chemist
will provide the gathering of (general) GS-11 to supervisory

scientists and meteorologists witha chemist (general) GS-12; Harry
wealth of information about Clark, production dispatcher

tropical storms. third step to assistant production
HIS SIX YEARS of experiencein controlman (aviation mechanic
hurricane hunting as a flight a. general) third step; Alexander

aerologist, plane commander, assistant Dennis, shop planner (radio
officer in charge of the U. mechanic) third step to production -
S.: Fleet Weather Central, and con tr 0 I man (electronics
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now as second in command of ENJOY TIIANKSGIVING FEAST-James O'Brien, ADI, of NARTU, and his family enjoy the mechanic) third step.
the Navy Hurricane Hunters traditional Thanksgiving dinner together in real American style at Mainslde messhall. The O'Uriens William Harris, production dispatcher
place him high on the list of many other Navy and Marine enlisted familie aboard the Station who took advantage of the
notables from all over the world Turkey Day meal. Seated around the table (counter clockwise) are Rheba, 9; Mrs. O'Brien; James Jr. third step to assistant
the "down-under" 12; Edward, 11; William, 5; O'Brien; and Paul, 4. production controlman (aviation
attending conference -
mechanic
general) first step;
.
Jeptha Harrison, production dis-
TilE EXPERIENCE gained by Cordiner Group To RecommendPay Adm. Radford hug patcher third step to assistant
the Navy during the past hurri- production controlman
(aviation
cane season with the use of the ''Fat In
Military
mechanic general) first step.
new superconstcllation aircraft Increase In To DOD
Report
for hurricane reconnaissancework The popularity of the fat Dennis Infinger, Jr., aircraft assembler .

will be an important man, once reportedly loved by third step to assistant
part The Cordiner Committee Report slated for submission to production controlman
of Gomdr Brango's presentation. everyone, took another drop in (aviation
His the Secretary of Defense Dec. 1, is now expected to be de- diet-conscious America when mechanic general) first step; Mar-
experience
as a plane
mander of one of these flying com- livered in a series of reports with the first to be limited to Adm. Arthur Radford, Chair- vin Ladage, production dispatcher
radar laboratories provides him recommendations on pay. It should be ready this week or man of the Joint Chiefs of second step to assistant produc-

with first hand experience in this early- next week.A Staff, charged the Associationof tion controlman (aviation me.

latest technique used in the de- completely new pay struc- plans not already in operation are Military Surgeons last week chanic general) first step; Ansel
tection and reconnaissance of ture appears to be firm for en- not likely to be recommended.The to help "keep fat from deposIt- Livingston, aircraft accessories &
tropical storms. listed personnel, although it' is ing in the brain or muscle" of equipment repairman third step
still fluid for officers and includes present confused leave pic- to controlman
Comdr. the services. production (avia
Brango, a native of
nine grades. The main ture, which results in some per- tion mechanic first
Norristown, Penn., is the authorof pay High ranking officers, the general) step;
several feature seems to be that top pay sons taking it, some not, and admiral said, should under- Norman McCord, aircraft me-
papers on tropical
storm reconnaissance and has in a lower,grade will be less than some losing it at separation time, stand the dangers of obesityand chanic (general) third step to as.
the minimum pay of the next will be reviewed in its entirety by s 1st ant production controlman
flown into the eye of over 15 the heart strain. And jet pilots,
major hurricanes. higher grade group. submariners and others needto (aviation mechanic general) sec-
< I IT ALSO WILL permit pay of So far the Cordiner Committeehas know more about the health ond step.
specialists whose training has remained discreetly silent on hazards of their specialties. Joseph CarSwell, chemist (general -
New Policy been long and difficult to be advanced any specific plans, and gives no Adm*. Radford was speakingto ) GS-9 to chemist (general)
into the new top two indication of its reaction to the the 63rd convention of the GS-11; Robert Griffin, Jr., chemist -
grades. NCO and petty officer symposium association. (general) GS-9 to chemist
Widens Field Under serious consideration, held last summer. (general) GS-11; Edythe Player,

but not firmed up, is a plan to miscellaneous duplicating equip-
For LDOsA make vice admiral and admiral k ment operator second step to
STdAtt
separate grades with a basic photocopying equipment operator
better break for the Navy's salary approaching that of $25- first; and Milton Strickland, file
junior limited duty officers is be- 000-a-year cabinet officers. Then clerk GS-3 to photocopying equip-
ing worked out so as to ope officer grade structure would ment operator first step.
areas in which they can expect then go from 0-1 through 0-10. Advanced in Supply Department -

to receive normal assignments unrestricted In both enlisted and officer retirement were: Frances Creamer, file

to the relatively nar1 1 retired, pay would be clerk GS-2 to fiscal accounting
field of their former TURNING the Pages-Backward
row enlisted -
1 based on the grade held, insteadof Dial-Look Aheads CBS-TV clerk GS-3; and Betty Hardy, supervisory -
ratings or warrant categories.The Radio networks
I reversion to permanent gradeof were will offer another Victor Borg transportation clerk
new policy is to assign I rear admiral for pay purposes. born 30 years ago; NBC pro- one-man show on Dec. 11 GS-5 to supervisory transportation -
LDOs in the 1700 categories to fill THE ABOLISHMENT of lon- grammed four hours that long-ago PatU Page will fcmsee an ambitious clerk GS6.Promoted .
the 1100 general line officers billets gevity pay as it is now figured is night of Nov. 15, 1926, hoping fora one-hour pop musical at Fiscal Department)
and the 1800 LDOs to the also in the cards, to be replaced listening audience of 10 or 12 series called "The Big Record" on was Marjorie Martyniak, clerk-
1300 aviation line billets. At present with provision for raises basedon million. There've been some CBS-TV, slated for Saturday typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3.
there are no billets, writtenor length 6f time in each grade. changes. Has it really been 30 nights early next year. Best guessis
planned, for any of the 11 lim- Promotion to the next grade years We remember listening to that the show will occupy the ache for actresses-the two-neck-

ited duty officer categories. would mean dropping the raises the second Dempsey-Tunney fight 9-10 pm (EST) time slot. Warner line wardrobe. We give you Terry
The Navy will present a pro- for service. with earphones on a set that had Bros is filming two top in what she calls the neckline
posal to increase the number of Also rejected is the idea that more dials than the cockpit of a B'way musicals, "The Pa (below) favored by the adult
LDOs from 6.22 to 10 percent of jet fighter. ammale.. visitor at NAS
officers' pay must be higher than Game" and "Damn Yankees" Terry was a
the total unrestricted line offi- enlisted pay. NCOs in the top new Quizzes and Stunts Twenty Andy Griffin will star' in the Jax several weeks ago.
cer strength when Congress meets grades would receive more money thousand contestants have ap- screen version of his B'way hit, It Doesn't Pay to Reform .
in January. Meanwhile a Navy than officers in the bottom two peared on the Art Linkletter "No Time for Sergeants." Kirk Douglas recently gave up
selection board convening Feb. 5 grades. However all "People Are smoking. Immediately after the
pay changes Funny" show in its Aches: and Pains
TV has
will select about 200 new LDOs 'I will carry over to retirement 15 years of radio-TV entertainment created, heroic act, Kirk was signed for
from outstanding enlisted and final approval. for present thinking The 20,000th stunt.. a1n Hv says Terry Moore, a head- the role of chain-smoking Army''
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warrant candidates. is reacned. filmed, will involve cashing "a general in 'Top Secret Affair.

Among non-pay items also be- $1,000 check-written on a 135 Here V There The lead
SAFETYBox ing studied are leave, obligated pound watermelon ..Winnerson role in the San Diego (Calif.)
periods of service following sub- "The $64,000 Question" have ; Community Theater productionof
Score sidized or advanced technical taken home over $1 million in H ," "Tea and Sympathy" will be
training, and housing. The Com- cash. The program has also given played by Seaman John Valra,
mittee feels that 13 stationed the Naval Training
Disabling Injuries 'l'hro.rhFrldaf the governmentis away Cadillac convertibles as at
not getting a fair return on its "consolation" prizes. Center there The fourth episode "

Nov. 27 investment in expensive military People and Places The "I of CBS-TV'i "Air Power
This Month 1 technical training which enablesa cameras of NDC-TV's"Wide Wide series, slated for viewing on Dec.
This Year 10 man to go into private industryat World" will visit Nellis AFB 2, will be the story of "Pearl Har
,
Days Since big pay alter a very brief Nev., on Nov. 25 for a glimpse bor." Most of the chapter will
of
Last Lost Time Accident 25 productive time in uniform. the life of an AF chaplain. The :.; ,x } feature captured Japanese film

THE GROUP IS seeking a program will be a portrait of ; never before shown.
Junior: "Dad, I sold my dog workable service-f o r-training America as she ". fl'
worships The ,.
today for $1,000! formula to remedy this situation. real name of Tex Beneke is Gor- 8, f rti Passenger: "Why did they
Senior: "Great lad, great! Military housing- is being re- don Beneke. And if you really .:,.. build this station so far out of
Where's the money?" viewed in its effect upon person- care, Natalie Wood was born town?"
Junior: "Oh, I didn't get any nel retention, although new legis- Natasha Gurdin in San Francisco, .- JitIC -------- Station Agent: "Well, I gu CSo
money. I got two $500 cats." lation or sweeping house-getting Calif., on July 20, 1938. it was because they wantedhave
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s I Test To Be Rated

Promotion is due all Navy

EMs who passed the special
SALTY HUMOR FROM Chief Warrant Officer James third class petty officers ex-

HERE AND THEREThe 'Breeze, approach controller and aminations Nov. 21, the Navy
u the only CWO in the Navy holding reveals.
personnel manager was the coveted Navy wings, now The advancement date is set
checking over a job application. holds down a billet at Ground < a for next Feb. 16.
lie was amazed to see the figures Control Approach Unit 17 at NAS a The Marine Corps will con-
127 and 123 in the spaces marked Jax. duct promotion tests for its

"Age of father, it living," and Breeze has logged up more than L lower enlisted ranks in Janu-
"Age of mother, if living." 5,000 flying hours as a pilot, and'lown ,-- }e ary and February, and for -

Looking unbelievingly at the aircraft to all corners of master and tech sergeant ranksin
job applicant, the personnel manager -_ the globe except Asia and Aus- L the fall of 1957. The primary
asked: tralia. Most of his flying time has : ; Marine tests will be held Jan.
"Your parents aren't really that bfeen spent with the R5D and R4D 16.18, and the alternate testson
old?" aircraft, although he flew Beech- Feb. 2628.
"No," answered the applicant craft planes while attached to The Nov. 21 petty officer
slyly, "but they would be, if living Ground Control Unit 29, based at } test was the first to two addi-
." 31ackbush Airport near London, tional examinations scheduled
0 England, before reporting at each year to gain more third

A father was scolding his six- Olathe, Kansas. class POs. The next extra
year-old ,son for having told an liE REMEMBERS well one tests will be held in May, and

extra big fish story. "I never told morning in England when he the next regular examinationfor \
became completely lost at Black- all pay grades will be held
lies when I was your age, papa
bush Airport in a pea-soup fog in February.

said.After a moment, the boy asked: I trying to report for the day's Future advancements of
"How old were you when you- duty. He pointed out that flying EMs in the emergency service
started, pop?" weather in London is similar to ratings will be made only in
that of Seattle, Wash., with the general service rating.

A crowd gathered about the plenty of rain, fog and smog. Ratings to be tested in the

small boy who had just saved a In the Navy for 22 years, special May examining session
playmate from an icy pond. Breeze was a chief aviation ma- will be announced soon.
chinists mate at the time he made
"You wonderful boyl" gushedone
warrant officer in 1943. In April,
woman. "Tell us how you 1944[ he received his wings at .,. ------- See Sea-Shore
came to be so brave and dive in
NAS Pensacola where he had IN TilE SADDLE-Chief Warrant Officer! James Breeze, only
that water. been ordered to flight school as a known CWO in the Navy to own wings, is at the controls of an
"I had to," said the hero bashfully warrant machinist. In 1946-47 he IUD, the type of aircraft-which he has flown many thousands of Rotation Plan
"He was wearing my participated in "Operation High miles. He Is with Ground Control Approach 17 here.--

skates." Jump" in Antarctica; and in July, Navy R5D to land at Thule, By Next JulyThe

1948, he was co-pilot of the first Greenland, with i the survey FRA Wants Staples
The man being tried for steal-
with the development first shore duty list of y
connected
ing a car was told he could request Household Goods party For Annual XmasBasket '
a jury of his peers. of the Air Force base ProgramEach Navy men assigned ashore under
Rebate For FamiliesAbout
"What's peers?" he asked. there. year at Thanksgivingtime the new sea-shore rotation pro-

"Your equals, men of your own 500 Army, 130 Navy and DURING THE EARLY monthsof and again at Christmas, gram will be established early

class," the judge explained."Oh 50 Marine families, who got the Korean War, Breeze was members of the Fleet Reserve next year. The men should b.
said the "I caught in a household goods sent on TAD orders to Transport Jacksonville
no, prisoner, Association of get "hitting the beach" during July,
ain't gonna be tried by any gangof transportation bite when Con- Squadron VR-1, based at Barbers together and bring to the club- 1957.
auto thieves." gress lowered the weight limit on Point, Hawaii, from which he rooms at 1240 South McDuff August and September, worked ...
family furniture shipped at government flew transports to Tokyo and and The program is being
Avenue, staple groceries
out Bureau of Naval Person-
by
The preacher's wife asked, expense, stand to get I Itazuki, Japan, carrying military non-perishables to be sorted I that the
nel, with the possibility
(1How did the wedding go?" back abeut $100 apiece. personnel, arms and ammunition.His and made up into baskets for switch-over will be made in
The families went overseas before -
"Fine until I asked the brideif first ground control approach needy families of Jacksonville.This instead of
three rating groupS'
while there
July 1, 1952, and GCA-29.
she would obey, and she said duty was with season according to W. four as originally planned. The
the weight limit was lowered, requiring When he left NAS Olathe, Kas.
"do you think I'm crazy?" and the them to excess ship- T. Bowen, AEC, of NATTCenter experts are now deciding whichof
pay Breeze replacedby
October was
in ,
groom, who was in a daze, mum- ping costs on returning to this R. LaCroix formerly the call has gone out again more than 60 ratings will makeup
Lcdr. J. ,
bled, "I do." Then things beganto for such staples to be made up the various groups.A .
country. with GCA 17, NAS Jacksonville.Lcdr. .
happen. into Christmas baskets for dis- directive outlining the program
before
Only those who returned -
Paul Davidson is now commanding
July 1, 1953, will benefit, as officer of the local unit. tribution. and make-up of the groups
Customer: "You said these those returning before that were' Chief Bowen said that anyone will be distributed to the fleet

pants were all wool, and here 1 helped by earlier legislation. The bill, however, was approved wishing to donate such about,Jan. 1. Once the sca-shoro
find a ticket sewed inside on Other relief legislation passedby "with considerable reluctance," foods for this worthy cause program is put in motion, the
which is printed, "All cotton Congress before adjournmentin and with a stern warning to the please contact anyone of the Navy will be running ,two sys-

Clerk: "You're right, sir, but October included a bill "for Defense Department, held as be- following prior to Dec. 15, at tems simultaneously. Under the

that's only to discourage the giving" Air Force and Army men ing to blame for the situation, 1300: current system, a man volunteers
moths." incorrectly paid mileage allow- that such a bill would not be approved S. E. Keegan, AEC, Faetu, for shore duty. Under the new
ance for commercial air travel. in the future. 913, Phone ext-376; J..L. Barn- system he will go ashore soon
"Is the housing shortage bad well, AEC, Fasron 109, Bldg. after completing a specified
near where you're stationed?" w. ? ..r..,.... 140, Phone cxt-523; W. T. number of months at sea, although
,, ar's }n 9a Bowen AEC NATTCenter,
,
shore duty assignmentsmay
"Bad? The place I'm living now .
is so small that if I die, they'll \ > 611, Phone-8471; and L. W. be rejected by the individual.

just put handles on the sides and. Lindsey, AOC, NATTCenter, Retained is the opportunity. to
carry me to the graveyard." Bldg. 622, Phone ext-429. select favorite shore duty.
The Navy expects to be operat-

The young husband wired home Clothing Small Stores ing on the new system entirely by

from his new job, saying, "Made ..V1U 4 1958.
foreman. Feather in,my cap." .h List Operating Hours

A few weeks later he wired
;: Operating hours for Clothing
again saying, "Made manager. ) ,
Another feather in my cap." ..A.i and Small Stores retail sales ...
After some weeks he wired rooms at Mainside and NATT

again, saying, "Fired. Send Center have been designated as V pewsTErUp-
money for train fare home." follows:
His wife unfeelingly tele- .,;
NAS (Building 930) (Men and
graphed back, "Use feathers and
Women) Monday, Tuesday, M
fly home." o 0 i .
0 Thursday and Friday, 0900 to 1200 0 0,

Butler: "Pardon, your lordship, and 1300 to 1530; Wednesday, .
but I have to inform you that ., < 0900 to 1200. If payday falls on

there's a burglar downstairs." } Wednesday, then the store will ,
Lord Biff: "Very well Jeeves, < .
bring my double gun and sports f be open on Wednesday morningand v.-.
suit--the heather mixture." afternoon and closed Tuesday ..
}, BQOYA4d/Gd6JK No c'cv.r.. :
r i: :ft'w. afternoon. ,
!;
Rhymes of theTimcfWHETWEI : .... .., NATTC (Building 513)Mon.day ) .
...
,
? TWCOLD TESTAMENT "'- ../ '...:.,.',< ,"""' ,.." .... ..v .....- :; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday I A lad from Brooklyn turned up ,
you ?CAO>O(? THE weuvATS FEM WRITER RIDES JET-The first civilian girl to fly in a 0900 to 1130 and 1230 to in a mess hall in a Texas camp I
REAOIUG 711E 8i91 au11L1. Navy Jet in Jacksonville, Perry McDanlel, gets a briefing from 1530; Wednesday, 1230 to 1530.If holding the rattles from a rattle-
.MAKE A 8CTTR'YVN pilotCapt. Philip Burnham, executive officer of the Marine Air on Wednesdaythe snake. .
Detachment before their takeoff last Thursday.Miss pay day occurs l
Reserve McDanlel Training, a feature writer for magazines and newspapers, store will be open on Wednesday "Where'd you get 'em?" a coo* ',
took the Jet ride to provide background material for her story. The morning and afternoonand asked. \
TV Jet trainer was; provided by the Naval Air Reserve Training closed Tuesday, afternoon. "Off a big wolmf! ii
Unit. ,





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CAT Ships Over More Than E.if. r


200 Since Jan. 1 At CenterSetting f.,' qk


a high record of achievement, even for a Training Com.

mand unit, and abetted by a hustling Career Appraisal Team (CAT), .
the Military Personnel Office at the Naval Air Technical Training

Center has shipped over'more than 200 enlisted men since January 1.

'maintain an average of 90 I- ,
will at one time or another, lecture 3
percent reenlistments which It -
every man who reports tothe
NATTCcnter now boasts, a steady F
Training Center. This will bethe
reminder to all "short timen"about
first of many lectures duringthe _
the benefits
now offered,
man's Navy career about tire
and benefits coming into effectin
prospects of making the Navy a
the near future, are publicized
lifetime job.NATTCenter's.
through channels.
many
Career Appraisal
The Career Appraisal Team Team' consisting of Frank Kladek,

AQC, and Jake Paris, EN1, located -
.
in the I & E office, Building -
NAVY WIVES 500, is available to answer

all questions about benefits to the
CORNERRuth
members of the Armed Forces.

Reese, president of Navy __u r '..MYt_. .......:-;I'Z'v;:: !?..;;:.,.... .. ,

Wives 86, was in Norfolk, Va., fora 10 Marine OfficersTo HOT CATS-The NATTCenter CATs look forward to another reenlistment as they pass along
few days to visit the Navy the advantages of shipping over to Donald Sipley, AKl, (center) of Aviation Storekeeper S e h o o 1.
Wives Clubs in that area. Graduate From The Career Appraisal Team consisting of Jake Paris, EN1, and Frank Kladek, AQC, (right) boast ofa
high percentage of reenlistments among personnel at NATTCenter. Sipley became the 201st re*
The made at the enlistee since
trip was request January
of the national presidentand AK-0 School FridayThe

is part of the duties of the Aviation'Storekeeper Offi- Seek Extra Contracts
Duty Canadian M'stvcepcr.
Southeast Regional vicepresident cer's School will hold graduation

the office that Ruth was exercises for 10 Marine Corps officers Visits fax
recently elected to at the national Squadron

convention.AT tomorrow.The graduating. officers are Bonuses For Enlisted USNRsNavy The first Canadian Mine-

LAST business meet-
TilE
Captains Roger L. Eddy, William sweeping Squadron, comprising -
ing a nominating committee was 11. Marlow, and Ralph E. Sulli- proposals for legislation to permit the armed services to four ships of the new Bay-

elected. It included Alice Meyer, van; First Lieutenants Karl F. give active duty contracts and mustering out bonuses to reservists Class Coast Minesweepers, arrived

chairman; Theresa Hogan; Rita Christman, Harold Scholfield, must still clear the Defense Department and Bureau of the Budget in Jacksonville Tuesdayfor

Mann; and Roz Johnson. Electionof Joseph A. Siler, Jack P. Smith, before being submitted to the next Congress.Also a five-day operation visit.
new officers will take place I The ships, tied up'at the
William D. Stephani, and EdwardC. proposed by the Navy is
Jan. 2 the now existing between Regularsand I
at
regular meeting. Tipshus; and Second Lieuten- Naval Air Reserve Training
member who has candidateshe legislation permitting enlisted reservists and that I
Any a and William C. Doll. career Center on Morse St. (South-
wishes nominated, should Nine Marine Corps Officers personnel in the Naval and the reservist who serve on active i side), will be open to visitorson

contact one of the committee as December Marine Corps Reserves to trans- duty for 20 years or more are:. the afternoon of Saturday,
1.
due to
graduate
soon as possible so that her qualifications are fer to the Fleet Reserve after "as' truly career members of the Dec. 1.The.

can be listed. They are Captain Anthony G. completing 20 years active duty. naval service as Regulars havingthe i vessels, each with 45 of
Waite First Lieutenants Robert
;
the month of November transferto same amount of active duty : ficers and five
During Only Regulars can now men are the
H. Axton, John C. Gillman, James
ten new members were welcomedinto the Fleet Reserve and Fleet and therefore should be entitled IIMCS Gaspe (MCB 143)),
C. Goddin, Robert C. Hanmore, I
the club. I. Marine Reserve. to the same benefits. HMCS
They were Inga Corps Ungava (MCB148)),
Harold H. Hill, Willie L. Lowe, I
Conely, Mary Bohling, Rachael Jr., Raymond A. Shaffer, and THE NAVY FEELS the legislation The objective of Fleet Reserve HMCS Resolute (MCB154),
Wilkinson, Dell e Kennington, I. and HMCS Trinity (MCB157).
Robert E. Wander. will wipe out an inequity transfer Is to get reservists to re-
Betty Page, Mamie Larsen,Louise The ships are scheduled to de-
Pharis, Wanda Michael, Audrey IJJ main on active duty with the part Dec. 2.Station.
Michael, and Fay Lindsley. rr' training and administration of the

RITA MANN HAS been award. Naval and Marine Corps pro-

cd a membership pin for bringingin grams. If transfer is approved by Garden
ten new members during the
Congress, it 'Would.. be used by
past national year. those who joined the Reserve Circle Now Jax
As is the custom during the
holiday several after Jan. 1, 1953. Their benefits
season, needy
families were given food for would not be payable until after Club MemberAfter

Thanksgiving as one of the welfare Jan. 1, 1973.
projects. At Christmas time, a year of probation, the
food, clothing and togs will be THE NAVY PROPOSAL to Issue Naval Air Station Garden Circle

distributed to other needy fame active duty agreements and was accepted into full membership
by.the Garden Club of Jack.
ilies.
pay bonuses to enlisted reservists
iii sonville at the meeting of thePresidents'
Members of Navy Wives have would amend the Career Com-
Council on November
volunteered to wrap packages for pensation Act of 1949. It would
the service personnel at the Naval 13.At
Hospital They will do this every [ : authorize the payment of bonusesto the time of acceptance, Mrs.J. .

Monday, Wednesday and Friday enlisted personnel who com- J. McKinstry, president of the
during the month of December. 't plete at least four years of con- circle, presented $100 to the
s tinuous active service and sign building fund of the Garden Clubin
Any one else desiring to volun-
to remain active the form of life
agreements
on a membershipfor
teer may contact Rita Mann at
EV-4-2489. c duty for an additional two., threeor Mrs. Delbert S. Cornwell,

four years. honorary president of the local
L group.
Civilian Toastmasters The Navy believes the cost of CHRISTMAS decoration ideas
the bonuses estimated at $3,709335
,- were given at the November
Meet Noxl Dec. 4 if the reservists signed up for meeting of the circle Nov. 16

I _______nn ___n '_'_' .. .. __,- an average three years, will be by 'Mrs. II. W. Strickland, sub-
Still seeking more members, offset by reductions in the cost
the NAS Jax Civilian Toastmasters LIFE SAVING AWARD-Cpl. Roy Totten of Aviation Store- of recruiting and training stituting for Mrs. Ira J. Varnedoe.
keeper School at NATTCenter, shows a Red Cross Life Saving new Hostesses for the occasion were:
Club has scheduled its
Award he received from Washington, D. C., to Robert Caswell, reservists. The proposal to author- Mrs. J. C. Davison, Mrs. E. II.
next meeting for Tuesday Dec. 4 director of the ARC at the Training Center. Cpl. Totten assisted In ize mustering out payment to all Potter, Mrs. R. J. Martin Mrs. L.
at 1930 at the Cumberland Road the rescue of a man and wife and three children while serving with reservists would amend the KoreaGI ,
at Jacksonville Beach this J. Sartor, and Mrs. Rex Goodman.
Housing Project Social Hall. the volunteer life savings corps past Bill of 1952.
Now In its fourth week of op- summer. EACH MEMBER of the circleis

eration the club is growing, but making two items for a booth

still blood.is Personnel desirous of interested adding new are II VF-32 Pilots First To Fly Crusaders I. which Christmas the sale circle at will the Garden have at Center the

in Jacksonville
urged to attend the next meeting on December
Table topics were the featureof In preparation for initial re- THE LOCAL group formed the Lt. David Davidson. 14 and 15. They are also selling

Tuesday evening's gathering, ceipt of faster-than-sound Cru- nucleus of the Navy's first 1,000- Also attending the school were 1957 engagement calendars. Mrs.R. .

presided over by Carl McCranieand saders by Navy Fleet units, six miles-an-hour plus carrier fighter nine pilots from Squadron VX-3, D. Ettinger, ways and means
Atlantic City and Squadron VF/- chairman, is in charge of both
Dick Silbernagel. Jack Ryanis 32 squadrons in training to fly the
pilots from Fighter Squadron AW-3, Moffet Field, Calif. projects.
acting president of the club. a Fleet Air Jax unit, have com- Chance Vought FSU.l'Crusader.. Handling the F8U should be no Under the direction of Mrs. L. '

pleted a course of Instruction for Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc. problem for pilots of VF-32, who A. Hopkins, civic chairman,

Rhymes of the Times pilots who will fly the speedy manufacturer of the plane, pro- recently returned from a Mediter- figurines will be painted for a

aEcracnv ISKT reee craft, at Dallas, Texas. vided the training course at its ranean cruise aboard the USS nativity scene that is to be erected

ij5e IT TO WORK AMD se.eOT The .pilots of VF-32, which Is Dallas plant. Ticonderoga. All pilots made 100 in the Station band shell this
CUT THAT JUICE presently based at NAS Cecil VF-J3 FLIERS who went or more carrier landings duringthe Christmas season.

E Field, were among 15 Navy officers through the F8U indoctrinationcourse cruise to qualify for the Because of the Christmas holidays

having completed a familiari- included squadron skipper Centurian Club. During the the next meeting of the

zation course on the airplane's Comdr. Gordon Buhrer, Lt. cruise they recorded a total of Garden Circle will be held in the

equipment, takeoff, flying and James Allen, Lt. Marvin McCanna 1,875 landings and flew 2,788 small' chapel on December 14 instead

landing techinques. Jr., L.t. Howard Rutledge, and hours in jets. of the regular date.




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1 Blockbusters I.. Whip VP-18, 32-20, For T-Grid Crown )1



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Vanderbosch Runs Wild. ToTally


y' RWX. +ly, lC ''rIIPWl All Winners' TDs



Behind the scatback running of diminutive Jim Vanderbosch,

y l.' , Aviation Ordnance School Blockbusters scored a 32-20 victory over

hitherto undefeated Patrol Squadron 18 last Wednesday at varsity

field to salt away the 1956 All-Station intramural touch football

championship.The .

playoff contest, which Vanderbosch for signal honors,

brought together the NATTCenter scored again and added the extra
R. League champs, AO School,
Y point to put VP-18 ahead 13-7.
and the Mainside League victors,
BUT VANDERBOSCH
came
e VP-18, turned out to be the
right back with a nifty GO-yard
and hardest
most exiting playedtilt
gallop to tie the score and tallied
of the intramural season with
'. the extra point on a handoff to
r the score tight' down to the last -
put AO ahead 1413. VP-18 came
quarter.IT .
4 right back to go ahead 20-14 on

'L WAS VANDERBOSCII'S a pass from Lame to George

,_ speedy dashes, behind some bru- Martin. Two minutes before the
tal blocking, that proved to be
half ended the Blockbusters put
STATION GRID CHAMPS-Meet the All-Station intramural touch football champions, the the margin of victory for the
Aviation Ordnanceman School Blockbusters who annexed coveted together a series of end dashes
the honors by virtue of their 32- Blockbusters. Little Jim who
20 triumph over Patrol Squadron 18 in the championship playoff. First row left to right) are Dave before Vanderbosch again crossed
I Plowtow, Bill McNlff, Jim Vanderbosch, Bernie McLean, Lou Doldo and James Patterson. Second tallied all of the AO TDs, scoredin the payoff stripe to tie the countat
row left to right) Joe Barton, Bob Galkowski, Jim Heslin, Jerry Bottenstein, Dick Millsap, Art Dor- the opening minutes of playon 20-20 at halftime.
nath, and Roger Cellan.. a scamper around right end,
The Blockbusters dominated
with the extra point lugged play in the second half to tally

Qualify Dec. 15-16 Fliers Break Even In Two; across VP-18 by retaliated Lou Doldo.
For GB Links PlayThere versatile Joe Larue tallying on busters' one yard line, but failedto

: a neat reverse. Three minutes cash in.Vanderbosch.
will be an 18-hole qualifying Host Hunter AFB TonightSplitting later Larue, who seemed to be .
put the Center-
round conducted on Dec. 15- having an individual race with
ites ahead with a TD late in the
16, for determining representatives in their first two times out, Jacksonville Navy'a bas-
third stanza 26-20. Then to
prove
of Jax Navy in he Gator ketball Fliers hope to get back on the winning track tonight as they Airman, Marines that he could do it if given a

Dec.Bowl 28-29.Tournament at Hyde Park, host Hunter AFB, of Savannah, Ga. afMainside Gym at 2015. Wage Keg Battle chance, Vanderbosh thrilled the

Friday night the Fliers trek to crowd with a another TD, this _
Six places are open. The first Orlando AFB for a return en- with a last quarter spurt. Chest I As the NATTCenter Intramural time traveling the length of the
three low scores will form team Foster ringed 19 points, Sam Hoi- Bowling league headed into the
gagement and have a tiff with field from scrimmage, some 80
No. 1. Other three low scores will Florida Southern Cojlege Dec. 4 lingsworth, 18, and Joe Gregory final weeks of play the Airman yards.

form the second team. before coming home again on Dec. 11, to pace the Fliers. School Aces and Marine Aviation .

Entrance fees will be furnished 5 to entertain the powerful Fort In Saturday night's tilt againstJU Detachment keglers appeared to

for each team member, along Gordon, Ga. club. The Fort Gordon the Fliers found themselves be making a two team race of it. Boucher Cops

with golf balls, by Special Serv- contingent is paced by Tom sadly behind 53-29 at halftimeand The Airmen remained in the top ,

ices. Gola, All-American from LaSalle. were never able to get go slot with a mark of 54-6. Civilian GolfChampionship '

Entries will be made at the ing. It was several minutes into Team Leaders:
TilE FLIERS last Fri-
golf shack. Participants must declare opened the first half before the Fliers
with 58-48 AE, Tarplay, 146; HAWS 1,
day a triumph over
their intention of qualifying caged a point Marty Bosses hit
Orlando AFB, and fell victim the Grantham, 144; MAD, DeVito,
prior to the commencing of play. next evening to a surprisingly for 20 points and Sam Hollings- 174; AG01, Davis, 149; AGO-2,

Summer USGA rules will be in strong Jacksonville University worth looped 15 to lead the Fliers' Nelson, 165; AK, Larsen, 155; SS, Winners in the 1956 NAS Jax:

effect. club, 7661. scoring parade. Buchner, 136; AGO 3, Laptwick, Civilian Golf Tournament conducted

Participating golfers must be Summaries: 136; ANP-1, Daly and Greenwood, at the Station course have
OPENING fracas Or-
IN THE
members_ the NAS golf course JAX NAVY ((61) JAX UNIV. (76)) 167; ANP-2, Siviky, 165; NA WS-2, been revealed, with Charles
__.,.,.._.. _
lando started strong to pick up Poster .19 F Crutchfleld s Boucher the
and on active duty. Any player Good ." W*Jd run I Sauers, 171; NAWS3, Glegg and capturing championship
an early lead to set the pace at Joyce 3 ) Owen 3Hollingsworth Yumas, 152. flight with a gross of 235
who
plans to be on official leave .18 C Strong
Fliers back -
halftime. The came lJ
= NATTC BOWLING for 72 holes.
Dec. 15-16 """ 0 Sullivan
may qualify Dec. 8-9. strong in the second half and won crown rn 6 G Detrtcfc ._10TTn WON LOST
wlcs ..... 2 G Campbell 2 ANP Om M 8MarAvItet Rod Pinney finished behind
5 G G : Two 43 5 2"NaAlrW..p. 9 Boucher in the race for the
Best Ball Links JAX O rAVY( 8)::1 ORLANDO (411) AK School 36 'MNavAlrWeapi crown with a 241.
)aster 2 F Barker One 25: 19
Mittmen Split Play In ProgressThere King _...6 F Holmes-_ I AW Two 21 27 Red Everett bested Jim Vearil
Joyce 2 F HUman SHollingsworth AN-P Two 25 31
is still time to enter the .15 gCon e 7)3ouxselit AK School 19 37SupSpllntera in a playoff for the first flight
0 \ 2 17 35
With GC CrewJaxNavy's annual Station's men's best ball Bosses ___...._J) G 14Tenerowlcs AGO On* 17 ;35 toga, one-up. The two deadlockedat
at 6 G mfp1.-== 9 AGO Three 10 42. the end of regulation play with
golf tourney now underway Donoho 0 G Watson 2 NavAlrWeapi Three 10 4.
boxing squad the Station course. 219's. Dick Cleveland finished
swung into action against Green third with 221.
Dec.
Action continues through
Cove Springs Navy in six bouts 11 with participants eligible to Second flight honors went to
last Monday night at King Hall .
enter at time during the meetin Leonard Eubanks with a net 223.
to usher in the fistic season. The time to any complete 54 holes. All f.''! ,,; s d .::4 Charlie Field was second with
fighters
.. appeared to be evenly established members of the Station ,,,{,:,>>.,!;.>*,>'ft'.: :..ttkt 223 1/2 and Roy Askew third with
matched /o
: '
and each team. copped : fW' :"" 224.
course are elgible. /* ::\V' f.Ht1
three
victories. ,,
q.1'r<'::e ts: ? <, $'JI t'j George Chichester annexed the

The most exciting bout of the Hospital Marines < ,'tt'Vi. third flight title with a net of 226

evening was provided by" two 200 ,,. : ;{> ti 1/2. Jack Byars and John Vine-

pounders, Jax-Navy'. Richard Cop Cage OpenersAction tf.,; M' yard tied for second with 228,
Hansen, and Green Cove's Dan in the 1956-57 Mainside f..R.:!) t.: with Byars edging Vineyard, 2-

Alexander, both of whom came Intramural Basketball League up, in a playoff for the No. 2 spot.

out slugging at the bell. At one competition commenced Monday .

time both fighters were on the night with Hospital downing VW-

canvas simultaneously. Alexander 4, 56-37 and the Marines beating f Blueboll Ten-Pinners

finally went down for keeps un- FAW-11, 93-38 in the lid-lifters.

der a barrage of Hansen's Sixteen teams are entered in 1 Pacing Mainsiders

Punches after one minute and competition.J. Bluebells of VA-172 maintained

four seconds had elapsed in the their lead in the Mainside Bowling

third and final round. ., 162. League, with VAH-1 pressing, in

The results: Middleweight a x'S Don j action during the past week.
,
Lightweight-G r e e n Cove's Rimes, Administration, of Spring Malnilde Standing

John Dixon of Ft. Mills, S. C., City, Pa., 155, decisioned Green WON LOST PCT.
139 VA172VAH1 27 :S ..844.K.U
decisioned Jax's Marciano Columbus,
, Cove's Bob Murphy of 1() 2 .
Malonzo, O&R, of Portsmouth, 164. Kuiron Six 31 17 M6
Ohio
,
Kaetu XI 19 .6.15:
,
Va., 136.Light Middleweight-Green Coves 6+ KAW-11 30 18 .623
Marine Del. :22 1H .5H!
middleweight r e e n William Marlowe of Chicago, Ill., V 1'-6:1: :21 15 ..5XJM3

Cove's John Gourdine of New 167, knocked out Jax's Al Fred- OAR)'811rOn Whitehall 109 ::M n:11..!I :22 .542:

York City, 153, 'decisioned Jax's ricks, AN-P, of Paterson, N. J., OAK VA172 Officer Hotshots :M 17 22 15 .542.5.11

Hank Hooper, AN-P, of Memphis, 162. Hospital 25 23 ..521W'lUIl1r1
Tenn. Richard I>l 26 M .500
152.Middleweight. Heavywelght-Jax's .
Jim Good to in two- 22 a .SOD
FIRE-Jax'Navy'! jumps a
of Muskegon, AIM, pump C'.omFalrJax 24 32 .429
-Jax's Al Stens- Hansen, VAH-3, pointer in the early minutes of the season's opener with Orlando Nartu 17 27 .386
rud, AN-P, of Great Falls, Mon- Mich., 201, knocked out Green AFB played here last Friday. Others in the photo are Joe Gregory Special Service J" :28 .:164Per.onn..1
tana, 158, decisioned Green Cove's Cove's Dan Alexander of Washington (13)) and Marty flosses (10) of the Fliers and John Crntchfleld Communication 17 111 31 34 .354.34<

Ronald Garrett, of Newark, N. D. C., 201 ((21)) of Orlando. The Fliers won the tilt, 5848. Waves: 9 47 ..101I





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Two Enlisted
I
Academy Appointees

(Continued From Page 1))
To Get Leave Pay I
lucky fellow. He already owns a ;
Pay for usused leave will 1956 Ford. .

still go to enlisted men appointed Perry, who walked off with the I

to service academies, TV set declared that "I'm all for
"
though in the future their enlisted these charity 'drives. I think

contracts remain in force they're terrific./' The color TV

during their academy time. set will come in' mighty hapdy

EMs who have used acade- in the Perry household since _

my appointments as a short they do not, own a TV set at I 2'

cut out of the service will be present.

prevented from doing so by a Bill Corlew, winner of the neat

law passed by Congress last boat-motor-trailer unit, was the

June which keeps enlisted contracts last to claim his prize. lie was ryp r

in force. Since the enlistment busy flying Monday and Tuesday : .

is not terminated, and didn't even have a chance to daf ?

there is no discharge. drop by and see what he had won .

The Comptroller General until Wednesday."I ,

said that for leave-pay pur- can't say how lucky I really i'I

poses an academy appointmentis feel. It's just wonderful, plain a
still a "discharge." wonderful," said Corlew when

informed of his winning the -........-.. ,

prize. CHAPLAINS' CnORALEERS-Pastor Walt Nolan, of the Cedar Hills Mission, conducts a groupof
--...-- Service' songsters and their guests at a "Singspiratlon" meeting at NATTCenter. Seated in the
ammm center background Is Chaplain Joe Davis, founder of the religious songfests which take place every I
Fund Drive Monday the Station.evening at 1930 in King Hall, Building 563. The songfests are open to all Service personnelat

FOR RENT (Continued From Page 1))

3 rm. turn. apt. 1210 Edgewood moting it, much appreciationgoes

Ave. See after 1700. McLeod. to the committee
steering
11411 YA'KlldW/ _. At. w9i r- *
2 bdrm. unfura. hse. $67.50 EV which made the preliminary L.l1t ?

84956. Mausert. plans and carried them through. 11 I HeH AREQUCSnOHS A 45ta RS -ro T't\e
3 bdrm. hse. $90. Ext. 547. Ra- SERVICEMCN AND TWER
banus. "We are grateful to the numerous M FAMILIES' ASK TH6 VETERANS

2 furn. apt. 2264 Dellwood Ave. sub-committees delegatedto ADMINISTRATE* EVER (MY... C, t NOTES.Construction

EV 7-4274 or EV 7-2070. David. perform certain functions nec: Q-I have added the total disa-
essary to any well-organized should Include VA of the cocktail
3 bdrm. turn hse. EV 8-1772 request ;your
income rider GI in
bility to
and who did efficiently my has commenced the
after 1800. Snyder. campaign these loan number if you know It; address lounge on
and well. Hard working surance policy. If anything happens first deck of the CPO Club. This
of the property name and
2 rm. furn. apt. $40. 712 GoodwinSt. ; ;
to that I.receive disability
solicitors for their me so welcome addition the club is
deserve to
EL 5-5064. Meek. praise address of the proposed purchaser -
1 bdrm. furn. apt. 624 Lomax. EL efforts. Finally, it comes right payments, will face those pay- and name and address of the scheduled to .be completed byearlyMa'rch
ments reduce the amount of
down those who cheer 1957.
55398. Purgear. to gave lender who holds the note and ,
Gar. apt. Contact Gaskins at EV fully to the fullest extent they my policy? mortgage Operation "New Look" is underway -

8-4066 or Ext. 8565. could. With this solid united A-No. The face amount of in the dining room and

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $100 per mo. effort of all our personnel I feel your GI policy will not be af- ballroom of the club. .New_ tables

4720 Timuquana Rd. Ext. 748. the 1956 campaign was a considerable fected by any payments you might Name Winners and chairs are replacing the old,
receive under the total disability
Chief Altars. success.; new drapes are being purchasedand

2 bdrm. masonary hse. $80. Lake- Income'provision because ;you are Oct. complete renovating, deco-

shore. Ext. 238 or EV 7-1984 Freelancers ScoreIn paying an added premium for Of Sept, rating, and painting, is expectedto
this protection.
Eldridge. be completed before the end

2 bdrm. furn. apt. $12.50. EL 4- Q-How much special restora- Fish ContestWinners of the year.

5149. Regional Meet tive training may a handicapped in the NAS Jax'Civil The club features its special 45-

3 rm. unfurn. apt and a 6 rm. young man or woman receive 'Service Contest for cent luncheon Tuesdays through
Fishing com-
unfurn. apt. CO 4-9215 (after The Jax Navy Freelancers and under the War Orphans Education petition in September and October Fridays from 1100 until 1300.
the St. Johns Bowmen sent a program?
1630)). Page. have been revealed. The MarNav Easy 7 Toastmas-
3 rm. turn apt. 2361 Myra St. total of six archers to a regional A-As much as is necessary to tern Club, composed of chiefs and
meet at Daytona Beach and lessen the In.the black bass division, first
$50. EV 73955. George. overcome or handicapof master-sergeants, meets each
FOR SALE copped four honors. the disability to the extent that prize in men's competition! wentto Thursday for luncheon or dinnerin

Bill Ed Mirrill Bill the man or woman James H. Bedenbaugh, O&R, the club's ballroom. inter-
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Nr. Arlington. Weatherby, young may; Any
1108 Whitlock Ave. RA 43979. Henery and Rose Weatherby rep- pursue a program of education. who hauled in an eleven pounder ested E-7 is invited to attend one

Fields. resented the Freelancers while However, the special training may; while fishing at Lake Delancey. of the meetings.A .

3 bdrm. $1050, ,$49 per mo. EV Pat Porter'and Fred Davenport not exceed 36 months. lie was awarded a Coleman stove. general meeting will be heldof

81356. 6128 Ortega Farms carried the St. Johns colors. Q-I started training under the i There were no entries in thewoman's all E-7's in the club on Tuesday

Blvd. Korea GI Bill just in advance of competition.The evening, Dec. 4, at 1900, for

3 bdrm. hse. Equity. 4134 Tyndall my, three-y ear s-from-discharge prize of a reel in the the purpose of electing a presi-

Dr. EV 72008. Novin. ? ,k ) "Sgs deadline. That deadline has now children's competition was dent and vice-president for a six

MISCELLANEOUSWanted passed. Now I find that I'm not awarded to William H. Hutching months term to begin on Jan. 1.

happy with my course, and I IV, son of William II. Hutching
: Persons for part-time til of O&R Department, for his 6 oz. black bass caught in Cedar
Christmas would like to change it. Do I have
employment during
the right to make one change of fine catch of a 4 Ib. black bass Creek.
holidays. Apply Cohen Bros. while fishing in the St. Johns In the Salt Water Division,
course, even though my starting
employment office. Phone EL
River. spinning reels were awarded to
deadline has passed.
67311. A-Since starting dead- In the Salt Water Division, pri- John W. Price, .O&R. for his 5 lb.
your
Wanted ride from Arlington to N 2 oz. speckled trout caught in
line has change zes went to Earl Edwards of Public -
passed
,
you may
NAS. Working hrs: 07301600. course' under of Works Department for his 2 Clapboard Creek, and Harvey J.
your only one
Ext. 597 or RA 40415. Shurt- pz Maddox O&R Dept. for anotherbig
,
trout in
{ ., o these conditions: ((1)) if you have lb. 4 oz. speckled caught
Jett not been making satisfactory : Dunns Creek; S. L. McElhenny, one, a 26 lb. Vt oz. red bass
Wanted ride from St. John's Apt. in : Sr. of O&R Department for his caught at Strickland's Fish Camp.R. .
present course
to NAS. Working hrs: 0745-1615. progress your fault of and terrific catch of a 28 lb. 7 oz. red J. Larizza, O&R Dept., was
through no ,
Ext. 624. Davenport. : yours bass while fishing off the Little the winner of an ice-box for his
4t the would be
Riders wanted from Jax to Maine new program more Jetties. Edwards and McElhen- 2 Ib. 4 oz. whiting caught at Fort
In with abilities
through N. Y. Leaving Dec. 26. x keeping your or ny each received an ice-box as George Inlet. The entry prize for
the is normal
Ext. 483. Nadeau. (2) new program a their prizes. There were no the month of October, 2 bait

Ride wanted from 6310 MercadoDr. progression from your present entries for whiting competition.The 'I buckets, went to Decker Smithof

(Oakhill) to NAS. Work- program. entry prize for September, O&R Department for his catchof

ing hrs: 07001530. Ext. 8653. Q-I am attending graduate a special night light, was awardedto a 7 lb. 6 oz. red bass while fish-
school under the Korea GI Bill
Badger. \ Laymon Cothern of Public ing from Flagler Beach Pier
What is considered full-time
Reliable person wanted to drive ( Works for his 1 Ib. 8 oz. speckled A new fishing contest will
'55 Chevy from Jax to San ,5_ Yaty o training? I trout caught in Dunns Creek. begin January 1, 1957 and run
b A-VA will accept the wordof
Diego, in Dec. Inquire EV 8- f During the month of October, through December 31, 1957. Rules
responsible official of the
3311. Williams. a the following winners were and regulations governing tho
$' school as to whether you are taking
LOST AND FOUND : listed. Black bass division,winnerin fishing contest will be publishedat
full-time training, so long as
Lge. box of CPO's uniforms student. the men's competition was a later date.
resident
you are a
found. Owner may claim by Courses pursued in absentia, how James M. Lamb of O&R Depart-
contacting EV 80208. ment for his prize catch of a 9 lb. MAP THIN ALT
ever, will be considered as less
A Boston-Bulldog was found by than half-time. 3 oz. black bass pulled from the 0 I L HA5T 0 0 E
Mrs. Austin at EV 87519. It is St. Johns River. He was awardeda ELE NT L TE
Q-I am planning to sell my TO
AIM
believed that the Zebco rod and reel.
dog belongsto ,
GI house. How do I go about applying PASTE SKEPT I IAB
a J. J. Taylor transferred to to VA for .a release from In the women's competition, T CHIME an
Jax from Sanford. Owner Mrs. James M. Lamb caught RID THUDS nanBUBS
liability to the government?
please contact Mrs. Austin. '- 1 F a 4 lb. 9 02. black bass in 0 C T
A-You submit written
must a
-----... the St. Johns River and was DEP 5 H t4 5RE
FARR OUT WEST This request to the VA Regional Office M B RES
Have you heard that tale about pretty lass, Felicia Farr, Is which ptocessed ;your loan. The awarded a.Coleman Stove. In the EE T T RALR
the local guy who advertised fora currently brightening the West children's division, James T. ee ERA
wife and got hundreds of replies Coast environs. She plays the A man spends most of his time T. Smith, son of T. P. Smith of : YEN R P 0 L

? Every one of them said,, feminine lead in two Columbia looking for the ideal woman but the O&R Dept, was awarded a
productions "Jubal" and "Re- tackle' box for his 3 Ib (Answer to Page 3 Puzzle)
"You can have mine! prisal.; in the meantime he gets married.. wooden

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