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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: December 6, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Long Xmas EM Promotion ., : 1



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promotion figures

Monday, Dec. 24, will be a reveal that the Navy\ author a ;
paid holiday for all civilian ized 64,751 advancements to
employees of the Department )
Navy -
of 88 474 enlisted
P01,2and3 I
and its field services
except those required for r, + personnel who passed the August R y

maintenance, security and examinations.
other essential duties. a Moreover, prospects for promo )
The pre-Christmas holiday Is tion are just as bright for those
granted In accordance with a who take the regular service
Whitehouse memorandum of Nov. aHr i, :aAT R wide petty officer examinationsnext
24. February and the special
Work will be resumed as usualon : third class petty officer examina-
Wednesday, Dec. 26. However, \ tions in May
a liberal policy will be observedin THE NAVY ANNOUNCES that

granting annual\ leave to all ro; r ; there will be 24 pay grade E-7,
employees who wish to take leave 25 E-6, 52 E-5 and 41 E-4 rates to
during the rest of the period be- which all, or nearly all, who pasa'
tween Christmas and New Years. the February exams will be pro: ) .

Employees who are separated moted. All who pass the May P03' ,,
before Dec. 24, and who receive exams in May, for which ratings \
lump sum payments, will be com will soon be announced, can expect (
pensated for the pre-Christmas to win promotions. ..' \
holiday if the day is involved in About enlisted
182,215
r ds _.._ person
the .
payments.The
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nel are expected to take the Feb't
basic work week will not DOLLS FOR ME" .Joelln Brown disdains offer
"NO Trigger" the of a doll for Christmas as ruary exams, with an estimated
be changed to allow time off on he browsed among the toys with his mother, Mrs. Robert Brown (standing), wife of Robert Brown 100,636 passing. The chief
Dec. 31 without charge to annual AO2, of Aviation Ordnance School. Despite the pleadings of hazel Wilson, employee of the Navy Exchange petty
"Trlrrer" refused to be interested in dolls for Christmas. The three Navy Exchange stores officer tests will be held Feb. 5,
leave.HouseTrailer, aboard the Station have a fine selection of toys and other lifts for Christmas. with about 39,479 participating,
-----4. and more than 13,000 expected to
One Of Six In NavyHousehold pass.
AGO School To
ALMOST ALL POll in rat-
Graduate 95 ings RD, SO, GS, TE, RM, CT
Goods FieldOffice
Allowance Low Ninety-five students at Aviation PN, DM, MU, MR, BT, EM, 1C,
Ground Officer School at CE, CD, BU, SW, UT, AT, AQ
Survey ShowsA the Naval Air Technical Training AC, AB, AE and AG can expect' )
Center will be graduated Established Here to put on the chiefs cap. And all \
house trailer transportationcost I Wednesday, Dec. 19. I who pass the POI test Feb. 14 in \

survey, initiated by the Defense Of the original class of 115, Household Goods Field Office No. 7, one of six allotted to the I. 25 moted.E-6 ratings will also be pro \
Department last July and 20 were sent from the schoolin Navy and an equal number allotted to the Army and to the Air
ending Dec. 31, has already revealed late November to meet commitments Force by the Department of Defense, is under organization at NAS On February 12 about 47,281
that the 20 cents a mile ._for more advanced Jacksonville in Building 912. .enlisted personnel will take the
allowance for commercial towing schooling in Photo Intelligence. Joseph T. Kirkland Jr., acting E-5 exams in 52 ratings to which
to operate in Building 110. from 76 100
to
isn't The next class will convene percent promo-
enough to pay the high cost
of interstate tariff and fees, and early in January. Household Goods Field Officer, TilE FIELD OFFICE was estab- tions will be made. Almost all '
that heavy trailer loads wear out who transferred here from Naval lished here as a result of the Defense taking the E-4 test in 41 ratings
automatic transmission Station, Green Cove,Springs, ad. Department's order makingthe will be advanced, with the P03 f
brakes in passenger cars. MDB Payments Due vises that the new unit is completely Army the responsible agency candidates tested February 7.
The object of the survey was to Mutual Death Benefit Society separate from the House. for storage of household goods t Ii
determine if the 10 cents a mile members are reminded that assessment hold Goods Section of the Supply for personnel of the Army, Navy, 'i
allowance for trailers towed by No. 72 is due by Dec. 15. Department which will continueINSTRUCTION Air Force and Marine Corps.. Effective Medics Set
private cars,'and the 20 cents a after Nov. 23, the new
mile for commercial towing are H.." {,,p0' 1 d: .... C. t'}i f i >: 34rr Y..? /y.. R} system authorizes'the DOD house
rL. ; b ?:,, ;( ; <; >, yA.i ff'o4: '4' 7Z' 2-Day Visit
sufficient. Some 500 to 600 questionnaires hold goods commercial storage.
or{ ( '' wr.y However where services
received by Defense f are pro-
clearly indicate that it is not. vided for by current household At DVC CenterTwentyone
,IN FACT 40, CENTS a mile for goods contracts already in force,
commercial, towing would be storage will continue to be pro high-ranking Navy
more realistic, with high inter cured under such contracts until and Air Force medical officers
state tariffs starting at about 27- the'expiration date or June 30, will arrive from San Juan, Puerto .
29 cents for the smallest trailers, 1957 whichever: is earliest. I Rico, on Dec. 14 for a two-day
plus various fees and expenses. After June 30 no new lots may visit at the NAS Jacksonville
MANY REPORTS of break- be placed in storage under the old Disease Vector Control Center.
downs of automatic transmissionsin contracts. The military doctors are on a
passenger cars due to trailer HEADED BY THE Quartermaster field trip in connection with a
towing, resulting in repair costs General's Office, U.-S. Army, special course in preventive med
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of from $35 to $45, and the beating the Navy's Bureau of Supplies icine they are completing at the
taken by brakes, indicate the h.sy and Accounts will coordinate and Navy Medical School, Bethesda,
10 cents a-mile allowance here is implement the plan for Navy and Md. A program devoted to vector
a.mere drop in the bucket : Marine Corps'personnel. control techniques and equip .
, Trailer owners were asked to The,local field office is responsible ment is planned for them by Lcdr.
provide ,information 'on such I for. inspecting the warehouses Francis R DuChanois, officer-in
things,as expense of breaking up I of commercial storage charge of the Center. '
housekeeping' at their present station I contractors in Florida. It will The group will be shown demonstrations
and the cost of getting settledat negotiate for space, make pre- in aerial spraying and
the new one, the cost of gaso- ---:- a' '.......-- < -... award surveys, and issue. copiesof other functions performed by the
line and oil, the.number of miles WINNERS Lt. CoL Frank. Porter hears basic agreements with the DVCCV but emphasis will be
traveled, expenses needed to get from two Marines from NATTCenter of how they won trophies commercial storage ,contractorsto placed on field medicine aspects:
the trailer and towing vehicle in in the area elimination for the second annul Marine Corps Technique all military activities in the such as troop delousing operations
.f Instruction competition at MCAS Miami. Cpl. Ed McLen-
shape for moving, and the cost state. \
and treatment of uniforms
don, instructor at AN-F School (center) and M/Sgi. Donald Miller
of special insurance inspection, of AE School, will compete in the regional eliminations to be heldIn The military activities will to prevent damage by' rodents
and special state tags. January at Camp Lejcnne,N. C. (Please turn U Pago, Cot 1) and insect*


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Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air ALL SAINTS' CIIAPEL ''g +rtwd 1 rrva
Station, Jacksonville. Florida r7' :
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Capt. William S. Harris -.,-, NAS, Jaekeaville- .- Commanding Officer Sunday,Dec. 9 __
Comdr. Robert 11. Smith ,-........ Executive Officer Communion
Fleet Air.J"1I.,1II. 0800 Episcopal :
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell_ Commander Nickelson.
Capt S. S. Scarcy, ,Jr _..._....._ ... ?._-- Chief? of Staff Service, Chaplain : 7'Jti 7'--
Fleet Air Wing Eleven: 0930 Sunday School for ages ,
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod
Commander
omdr.. T. S. White ...-. .y... ...... Chief Staff Officer 4 through adults, Bldg. 722.
Naval Air Tetkalcal Training Crater 0930Service of Divine Worship -
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Commanding Officer
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleahmaa -- Executive Officer Chaplain Osman.
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Natal HHp"al Commanding Officer 1100 Service of the Divine ::. ,

Capt. Marcy Shupp .,... .-.NAUTU..._........ ,......---,-.,_ Executive Officer Worship, Chaplain Stephenson.

Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer 1900 The United Fellowship '
Comdr William E. Hardy Executive: Officer 804.
Bldg.
of Protestants,

The JAX AIR NEWS ts published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Dec. 10
Jacksonville. Florlad.' and printed commercially I with non-appropriated fundsat Monday,
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS Pas Rev. 1930 Singspiration Chap.lain' :-!- '
Naval Air Technical Training; Center, Naval :Air Reserve Training Unit and the -V -- ;:_ :. $ -
U. S. Naval Hospital. Office, NATTC.
Service Information nffiw....?.._, ._.I.t., Dave Deesely
Managing Editor Andrew H. Tlaney Thursday, Dec. IS
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI; Robert Aalp, SN. 1515 Junior Choir, Small
,
Robert Aslp SN.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Chapel; 1915 Senior Choir,' AH
AFPS material appearing, ; In this publication may not be reprinted without Saints' Chapel.
the written Armed Forces Frees Service. Republication of other Y "
matter except by service publications, .Is prohibited' without\ permission of HOSPITAL CHAPEL s 7a
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS.

Editorial offices located Main Administration Sulldln,. Phone extension 0630 Catholic Mass. _." .--".--
8348. 216 and 8164.
0915 Service of Divine Worship AIR NEWS ACE An "ace"

Chaplain Bryant. of the lax News staff, Nancy
cmIDTbundar SAFETYBox Air News Loses Ward, JOS, prepares editionsof
ST. EDWARD'S CIIAPEL the paper for mailing In her
Sunday, Dec. 9 last final act before departing
Score Catholic Masses 0800, 0900, Services Of for her new assignment at Great
Dec. 6 1000 Chaplains Burke and Lakes. Nancy has been a "jackof
Mainside Four Girls in Town Disabling Injuries Through all trades" during her two
Gibbons. Ward with the Air News.
(color drama), George Nadar Friday Dec. 4 Daily Mass 0630. Nancy years

Julie Adams. This Month I Saturday Confessions nj 1700.
NATTCentcr Run For The This Year 10 The Jax Air News has lost, via Up The

Sun (color adv tine) Richard Days Since Last I LATTERDAY SAINTS transfer, one of its mainstays-
Widmark, Janet Greer. Lost Time Accident 8 Tuesday, 1900 Bldg. 751, Mr. Nancy Ward, J03, who has been

Hospital Thunder Over Arizona C. B. Capers. a staff member longer than any LADDERWith

(color western) Skip Hom __ ,, other enlisted person.
>!''''' 'I "":: 'Mi.: ':'t ::.1 Civilians
ier. An editor of a service news-

Friday, Dec. 7 -I IY paper knows that he cannot holdon (Periodically the Jax Air News

Mainside Flight To Hong ; to an enlisted journalist for in cooperation with the Industrial

Kong' (drama), Rory Calhoun, long, but the gap left by the departure Relations Department will list
Dolores Donlon.NATTCenter C x by Nancy is a terrificone various promotions Naval Air

Four Girls In and a hard one to fill. Station civilian personnel)

Town (color drama), George AN ALL-AROUND newspapergal On the promotion roster effrc-

Nader, Julie Adams. Nancy during her two years tive Nov. 12, 18 and 19 were 10

Hospital Run For The Sun s : with the Air News did every employees, five from Overhauland

(color adv cine) Richard Wid thing but edit the paper. She not Repair Department, three ';

mark, Janet Grcer. only> did reporting, but handledthe from Supply Department, and
: mechanics of the paper suchas one each from Public Works Department
Saturday, Dec. 8
circulation, distribution, proof and Miscellaneous.
.Mainside Last Man To Hang reading, and a myriad of details.
PROMOTED AT 0 & R were
(mystery), Tom Conway, Liz Sel She was a workhorse on projects.
Earl Hearn, helper, aircraft instrument <

lers.NATTCenter Flight To Hong Nancy, who is going to Great mechanic second step to

Kong (drama), Rory Calhoun, ayf.'; Lakes for duty, proved her ,salt 'engineering draftsman (general)
Dolores Donlon. when the Air News found itself GS-6; Clyde Herzog, guard GS3to

Hospital Four Girls In Town without a sports editor about a guard supervisor GS-4; Hugh

(color drama), George Nadar, ENTERS FLEET SERVICE Douglas Aircraft's midget A4D year ago. She declared she "would Inabinette, guard GS-3 to guard
Julie Adams. Skyhawk has joined the U. S. fleet following completion of trialsat give it a try." She did and turnedin supervisor GS-4; Lois Munley,
Quonset Pt, R. L This is the third production aircraft qualified a commendable job, having clerk-stenographer BS-3 to clerk-
Sunday, Dec. 9 by 1956.Douglas' El Serundo, Calif division for fleet services during had no experience in sports ,stenographer GS-4; and Lomax

Mainside The Peacemaker writing before. She was the only Osborne, leadingman upholsterer

(western); James Mitchell, Rose- female sports editor the Jax Air : third step to quarterman uphol-

marie Bowe.NATTCenter. Navy Marine Auto Deaths Mews has ever had and among< sterer second step.PROMOTED .
Last Man To the two or three ever in the military IN Supply Department

Hang (mystery); Tom Conway, establishment. I were Inez Bryant, card
Outnumber Disease FatalitiesIt
Elizabeth Sellars. IN ADDITION to her Jax Air punch operator GS-2 to fiscal accounting

Hospital Flight To Hong has been estimated that three Americans are injured News duties she handled the : clerk GS-3; Howard

Kong (drama); Rory Calhoun, every minute and three die every hour as a result of Home Town News section of the Steen, property and Supply supervisor -
Dolores Donlon Barbara Rush.
,
automobile accidents. The military establishment contrib- Service Information Office. She I GSto supervisory

Monday, Dec. 10 utes to these injury and fatality rates. was the originator and author of management analyst GS-9; and

.Mainside The White Squaw one of the Air News' most popu- Earle Stevenson, mail clerk GS2to
During the period of the Korean war, there were as
lar clerk GS-3.
columns, Wave general supply
Ways
(western); David R/ian, May a com-
and Marines in
many Navymen injured motor-vehicle acci-
Wynn. mentary of Wave activities. Manyof Advanced at Public Works Department
dents as in battle.
the standard weekly features was Queen Weaver,
NATTCenter The Peacemaker -
(western): -James Mitchell, The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery provides these such as Movies, Classified Ads, typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3;
sordid facts about
Rosemarie Bowe. motor-vehicle accidents. Recreation Ashore, Divine Services and advanced in Miscellaneouswas

IN TilE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS, deaths from and Breezes (jokes), were Walter Zeigler, laborer
Hospital The Last Man To motor-vehicle accidents outnumber disease deaths by more her responsibility. Voluntarilyand (cleaner) second step 0 & R Dept.
Hang (mystery) Tom
; Conway
,
Elizabeth Sellars. than two to one. cheerfully she gave freely of to warehouseman first step Sup

During calendar year 1055, 601 men of the Navy died her time so that the mission of ply Department.
KIDDIE MATINEE from injuries received in motor-vehicle accidents. the office would be accomplished. I .
Saturday, Dec, 8, 1400
During the same year, an additional 389 men were dis- Early this week she received a Civilian T'MasiersEye
Montana Territory (western), charged from the Navy as invalids out of a total of 7,782 letter of commendation for her

lieve.Lon McAllister. Also Make Be injured jn motor-vehicle accidents. outstanding performance of duty Future Plans

EACH CASE REMAINED from Capt. William S. Harris,
the sick list
on an
MOVIE HOURS averageof Tuesday's meeting of the NAS
NAS Jax
Mainside 41 .days The 7,782 injured represented almost 320,000 commanding officer. Jax Civilian Toastmasters Club
18002000. .
Sundayand -- .
days lost. -- I ----
Holidays-1400-1800-2000. attracted the largest turnout to

NATTCenter 140018002000. In addition to the irreplaceable losses of manpower, Some Navy Men Won'tBe t date, with some 26 members on
-
accidents in 1955 cost the Government more than 34 million hand.

Hospital--- 1900...-only. dollars. So Lucky On XmasWith Acting Toastmaster for the

Off-duty accidents were responsible for 88% of the evening was Jack Ryan. Featured
Rhymes off thoTimcs injuries from motor-vehicle accidents. more ships at sea and speakers were Don Moran, club

MORE ACCIDENTS occurred on Saturdays than on higher manning requirements'for member, and Ralph Davies, of the
5AFETYR1JLESFoRAUARf any other day of the week. shore stations, less than 40 per MarNavy Easy 7 Toastmasters
MEAMiDDON'rLEARN cent of the Navy will get Christmas Club. All hands participated in
73lt M8YACC10ENT When speaking of highway safety, it seems a word to leave,
Navy
the wise is not sufficient officials forecast Table Topics.
since many drivers do not fall in .
the category of "wise" men. It all depends on the inter The next meeting, which will
6 national situation, which can cover discussion of by-laws, Is set
More education may be the answer? It's quite evident darken or brighten leave prospects I for Tuesday Dec. 11 at 1930 at the

4"s- that traffic safety cannot be over emphasized or' over-pub- between now' and the holi I Cumberland Road Housing Community -
licized I IJ days. I Center.

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MMM A+ k '-DD Form 1173, Is Your



Dependents' Aid Under


(This i is the second in a series of article on the Dependent Medical Care
piece of legislation which becomes effective Dec. 7, 1956. Servicemen not
4. i should clip these article to lend to them. In fact, it would be a good idea for .

; ,these articles).
Dependents service men become eligible Dec. 7 for certain medical care

Medical Care Act. Before Jan. 1, 1957 the wife will receive a Dependents'
Care Card (DD Form 1173)), listing wife and other persons dependents on the

El- Each dependent will, be required local Blue Cross or Health In- in
to present this card when surance Agent. Physicians' fees !.

requesting medical treatment .of will be paid through a local con- 2.
any kind at a service or a civilian tractor usually the Blue Shield or States:
facility. Normally the wile the State Medical Society I (A)

will receive this card through her I HOW ARE YOU ADMITTEDTO
T husband. If he has not yet appliedfor I MEDICAL FACILITIES

one, he should do However, I When applying for any kind of \ t
a service wife who is living apart treatment, (outpatient or Inpa- :
from her husband but who is not tient), at a service or a civilian If
divorced may file application :. facility, you present your card' are
herself. Until dependents receive (DD 1173)). Remember these provide
'DD Form 1173 they should iden-: points also: follows:

tify themselves by the best 1. At a civilian facility, you i 1.
SARATOGA'S 3.0MTH LANDING Lcdr. William Edwards, means possible when requesting fill out certification forms which 2. :
executive officer of Attack Squadron 45, home-based at NAS Jar, medical aid. the hospital and the physician will (A)
cuts the cake to commemorate the recent 3,000th landing made I ;
Last week the Jax Air News
aboard the USS CVA-60) world's and most provide.
Saratoga ( ), largest B
powerful warship. Looking on are Rear Adm. Robert E. Pirie discussed rights and privileges, 2. Under emergency conditions, ( )
(right), Commander Carrier Division Six; and Cap Robert Stroh, identification, and choice between you may be treated at a serviceor (C)
skipper of the Sara. Known as the "Blackbird Squadron VA-45 civilian and service medical facili- medical (D)
civilian facility
was the first AD6 Skyralder squadron to land on the Saratoga's even ,:
this week with
ties. We
four-acre flight deck. contipue though you may not have your ::
more pertinent information suchas card (DD 1173)) with you. In that
pay, care and eligibility. case, both service and civilian
DOB Stresses Good- OUTPATIENT CARE IN CIVILIAN facilities will require that a t ,

FACILITIES: certification form be executed

The Government will pay the either by you or on your behalf. 2.1,

Community RelationsMutual cost of outpatient care for eligible CIVILIAN CARE: WHAT

dependents only in these cases: If you, as a service wife, chooseto CARE
understanding between the public and the Armed i (1)) Obstetrical care in homeor exercise your right to civilian As
Forces at home and abroad will be given new impetus under a recent I office before and after deliv- hospitalization, the Governmentin what a a I
Department of Defense directive stressing good community relations. cases-will the you
ery; if delivery is outside a hos- most pay cal

Although the services pursue 1 by generating public understanding pital, the fee for this will be paid major cost as follows: States,
extensive community relations' and community cooperationwith also. 1. Hospitalization in semipri- If Armed

programs, the DOD order em- respect to our national defense (2)) Treatment of fractures, vale accommodations ((2, 3 or 4 facilities
phasizes the necessity for com- activities. (AFPS) dislocations, lacerations and simi beds), normally not exceeding 365 quate,
mands and individual military lar wounds. days, and doctors' bills during be

and civilian members of the (3)) Medical care before and such hospitalization. pense of

'II Armed Forces, and their depend- Local Medics\ Sec after hospitalization for bodily 2. Laboratory fees and X-rays, But before cablet.'j
,. ents, to show an interest in community injury or for cases requiring sur- during hospitalization. doctor or
l'' affairs, act with "sympa No Schedule Change gery. 3. Certain doctors' and labora- get full

I thetic understanding" of local ((4)) Diagnostic tests in con- tory and X-ray fees before and nearest
problems, and take part in activi- Under Medicare Act nection with approved civilian after hospitalization when hos- lation. The

ties of interest to the people of While numerous inquiries about outpatient treatment. pitalization is for a bodily injuryor on civilian

the civilian community. the new Medicare Law have been WIIO PAYS FOR DEPEND a surgical operation. seas as in

According to Reuben B. Rob received locally from military ENTS' MEDICAL CARE 4. Complete obstetrical and

ertson Jr., deputy secretary of personnel and dependents, neitherthe When you go to a civilian doc- maternity care, including care VIDED BY
defense, the DOD is aware of NAS Jax Dispensary nor for examinationor before and following deliveryand 1.
tor or hospital
the excellent work which Is beIng Naval Hospital anticipate much treatment you are responsible two examinations by a doc- treatments. (

done by local Commandersin difference in their schedules be- for payment unless you receive tor of the infant within 60 days which you
maintaining good relations cause of it.Officials outpatient treatment for which after delivery. which is
with civic communities.
stress the point that the Government normally pays 5. Special duty nursing service.If ample is I
While this is primarily a local admitted to a civilian hospital improve i
no outpatient care is provided by or unless your visit leads to
responsibility, Mr. Robertson said, will 2. D 0 m i ( \
$1.75 a day
or
,
civilian hospitals, and remind per- hospitalization. If you pay and if you pay
there ,must be a coordinateddrive sons now utilizing military facili- the examination or treatment the first $25 of the total cost, means I
to bolster those areas where whichever is If admittedas normally
greater.
ties for polio immunizations and leads to hospitalization at a later
community relations can be im a patient at an Armed Forcesor tion such
other "walk-in" treatments that date, you may submit a claim to
proved. Public Health Service hos- lescent
they should continue to follow the your husband's service for reiin
The directive calls for renewed same procedure as formerly. bursement. pital, you will pay a straight your aging
efforts to better Armed Forces re- $1.75 a day. (Other fees for civil- law is
lationships with the civilian pop- Commanders of military hos- Where the Government pays ian medical care are shown be- himself,
'ulation in the U. S. and overseas pitals will establish coordinationwith the major part of the bill, you low.) own )
each other and with repre- will pay that part for which you 1.
WHEN DOES YOUR ELIGI-
sentatives of the local medical are responsible. You will make
visits,
BILITY FOR CIVILIAN CARE
Nursery Reveals society and civilian hospitals "for your payment directly to the hos- CEASE vided

the smooth referral of excess dependent pital, doctor, or nurse who pre- in elJer
Holiday HoursThe patient loads to civilian sents a legitimate bill. The Gov- The Government's responsibility
2.
medical facilities." ernment will make its paymentsfor for your civilian medical care
Navy Wives Nursery announces
hospital care through theEARLIER ends when your husband dies, provided
that it will remain
open cases: -
retires, or is released from active
until 2230 on Mondays, Dec. 10 (A)
+ n' .f ow ayy duty. If he dies or is retired, you
and 17, to accommodate Christmas u.
still are eligible for care at
shoppers. k $ Armed Forces Public Health
vH \ a b
Ordinarily the Nursery is -? facilities when space and staff
closed Mondays at 1830, althoughit are available. (B)
r
is open Tuesday through Friday riF DENTAL CARE:
until midnight and until 0200 )
Generally, the Government will
Sunday. These hours will con- ( )
pay for civilian dental care. CivilIan -
tinue without change. dental care will be provided -

The fee is 35 cents an hour for only if required for treatment ofa Metal

one child, 50 cents an hour for medical or surgical condition Meeting
two or more children. Special attention when you are a hospital patient.
is given to children with Such care does not include the The
school homework to prepare. cost of plates or bridges.At als will
the
George
.
e Armed Forces and Public December

Christmas Pageant Health Service facilities, dental Society for

Rehearsals Begin 0- > care is permitted as follow: It will

Rehearsals for the All-Saints 1. In continental United States.A ASTM has

Chapel Sunday School Christmas __ n._._____. ( ) In an emergency, at any Dr. R. A.
Pageant will begin Dec. a in WARNING This new Slkonkf: : helicopter, under time.B discuss the
"I. Building 721. development for the Nary, recently had Its first flight test. The ( ) If required for treat- mercial
:.r r, Final dress rehearsal will bet Nary is evaluating It as a method of extending a fleet unit's early ment of a medical or of
warning radar coverage. Navy authorities 'copter-borne radar
held Dec. 15. The Pageant will, surgical: condition. extremely
t could generally detect a low-fiying enemy plane more than twiceas
be staged Dee 10. far away as could shipboard radar. (C) Inside the United States al to great
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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 6 December 1956Supervisors


Ass'n ;If'M -. Bid To Prevent


Selects OfficialsThe Loss Of Travel


National ''Association of Cash Nits-Snag

, Supervisors, Department of Defense -

Local 11, installed officers Proposals of the military sere

for the ensuing year last Thursday ices to change Joint Travel Reg.

at the annual dinner meet- ulations so as to prevent the loss

ing held at the'Officers Club at ? of hundreds of dollars in travel

NAS Jacksonville. D4 money by men whose reassignment -

Invited guests included Capt. orders are cancelled while

Thomas D. Tyra, Overhaul and they are on a delay enroute, again

Repair Officer and principal have come to nothing.

speaker; Capt. James J. McKins- ) tJ The present snag occurred when

try, NAS Supply Officer; Comdr. the Comptroller General ruled

Rupert D. Phillips, Production :;- recently that any changes to the

Manager, Overhaul and Repair regulations would be invalid,

Department, and Leonard Eu- t since a serviceman is in no sense

banks, Industrial Relations Offi- "on' public business" while he is

cer.CAPTAIN on leave. Therefore, the comptroller -
TYRA gave an inspiring ruled, he cannot be paid
'
talk to the group on lead- for travel

ership and the part played by the { OFFICIALS SAY. they will try

supervisor in this modern and to tackle the problem from other .
changing age.Officers ATTEND AWCO SEMINAR On hand for the two-week seminar on wage and classification mat- '
ters being held here at NAS Jax are some 14 representatives from 1Z Naval and Marine Corps actl- angles.
for the ensuing year vales First row (left to right) are Ralph Sierra, NB Guantanamo Dart Cuba; Charles Schell, Supply The Joint Travel Regulationssay
were installed by Carl Craeff, Center, Albany, Ga.; Lillie Troxdalr, NS New Orleans; S. L. henry, NS Rodman, C. Z.; Betty Miller, the effective date of reas-
past president of the organizationand AWCO lax: Earl Dunn, NAD McAlester, Okla.; Fred Ruook, NAD McAltster, Okla.; Dorothy Rose, signment orders will be the date
now a member of the Boardof DPWO New Orleans; Carmen Mayml, DPWO San Juan, P. R.; D. M. Crissman, NAS Corpus Christi;
and Rena North, NAS Corpus Christl. Standing (left to right) Larry Ponder, RWCO, Charleston, S. of departure, plus any leave or
Trustees. C.; Lorraine Bryant, AWCO Jar; C. Aubrey SUvey, AWCO lax; E. O. Levrlette, NAS Cecil Field; delay enroute. A man who leaves
INSTALLED WERE: President, John Pensarola; Bill Holm, NAS lax; John Burton, AWCO lax; Do rot h r house, his last assignment on Dec; 1,
Leonard Wood; Vice-President, AWCO JaJejo"lin; Drown, NAS Memphis; Joseph Funston, AWCO Jax; and James Anderson, AWCO with 30 days leave, has a Dec. 31
Jax.
George Hutto; Recording Secre- <#' effective date. Therefore, the

tary, Charles Williams; Financial man's orders are not officially in

Secretary, Clyde Roesel; Ser- Two-Week Seminar ConductedBy Correction In Center I : effect, and any money spent before -

geant-at-arms, Doug King; Trus- I Holiday Leave Plans I IA i Dec. 31 to move his family or
tees, Nathaniel Quarterman, An- I household goods is not reimbursable -

thony Breda, and Charles Hardy. AWCO To Conclude FridayFourteen correction is made in regardto if orders are changed.

Leonard Wood will representthe the holiday leave program for Because he cannot collect a dis-
civilian personnel officers and technicians from 12
local organization as national the Naval Air Technical Training location allowance until he moves
Naval and Marine Corps activities are being oriented in the whys -
committeeman and Bill Purcellas his orders after
( Dec.
family
and wherefores of position classification and wage administrationin Center to the effect that during on
alternate national committeeman 31)), and since he moved his family
i a two-week seminar now in at NAS Jax.
progress
the period of Dec. 21-Jan. 6
at the National Conventionto during the delay time, whichis

be held in Washington, D. C. Conducted by the Area Wage phases and characteristics, are there will be no restriction as to generally the case, the man
and Classification Office located I
in February. Purcell is a trusteeof being discussed by the group. the number of instructors on cannot collect.
here, the seminar is offering
Local 11 and national ser- training to personnel who will ,These groups cover 90% of the leave at any one time. THE PROPOSED changes

geant-at-arms. administer the position classification most common jobs filled by white However, a course of modifiedor would have made the date of his

Quarterman, the outgoing president and wage administration collar, professional and technical supplementary instruction will departure the effective date regardless -

conducted the regular programs when classification authority personnel. Topics covered include be provided so that trainees not; of any leave or delay

order of business which included I is delegated to their acti methods of evaluation, basic on leave may be gainfully em- enroute.
the obligation of three new mem. v ities.AUTHORITY. guides and tools, application and ployed. The Comptroller's ruling pointsup

bers: Hildreth Scurry, Ed Shettcl I TO the interpretation of Civil Service According to a previous announcement another situation which, while*
assign
Kid James Edwards. Commission 'standards to office confusing* probably involves no
only 50 cent of
classification titles and of per
grades
--...- white collar positions is being clerical, protective, fiscal, sup- instructors would be granted hardship. When departure date is

Training: Office transferred by the Secretary of ply, administrative, engineeringand leave at one time. in one fiscal year and the end of
physical science positions. delay enroute is in another, the
Reveals the to officers
Navy
ChangesTwo commanding I Members of the seminar individa- service man could be eligible for
of tit 1 d activities from the gram.
Inter-training changeswere AWCOs. ually classify selected positions Leonard Eubanks, Industrial another transfer and another dis

announced this week by the after study of Commission stand- Relations Officer, greeted the location almost as soon as his
First of a series of such courses ards. family him.
joins
training office at NATTCenter.Lcdr. group; and Robert Townley, from
William Inzer, formerly conducted by the AWCO, the GUEST SPEAKERS at last the 5th Civil Service regional of A new policy for figuring effective
Nov. 26 and !is
gathering began
with Aviation Electricians Mate weeks sessions were Don Moran, fice at Atlanta, presented thCommission's e dates, such u tying leave
scheduled to conclude Dec. 7.
School Class A, has taken over fire chief,who charted the courseof viewpoint on standards time to the new duty station
Future seminars will be attended
duties at Naval Air Weapons organization of fire depart- for classification of white rather than the old one, is under
by personnel and operating supervisors ments Phil study, with officials hoping that
System SchooL ; Myers, deputy comp. collar jobs.Presently.
Lcdr. Robert Stamatis, former civilian and military, troller, who talked on comptroller the prospect.of cancelled orders
who are concerned with classifi- in a transition status, be less in the future.
lly with Aviation Ground Officers functions; Walter Hamilton, Dis- may grim
1 School, replaced Lcdr. Inzer. cation matters. trict Records Management Officer the AWCO is concerned with .
classification
4 i Some 18 to 20 groups of occupations who explained the Navy's of graded positions,
technical Cadet Choir Releases
direction and assistanceof
with all their different paper work management pro-

'Have You Joined ,. wage surveys for setting blue 1
Fw, H. "" collar rates of pay. Its future mission Latest Disc AlbumJust

will Involve technical as in time for Christmas is
For Tots sistance to activities
Toys on classification
the newest record of the Naval
such as training and stand- Aviation Cadet Choir, soon to be

Campaign Yet? ards development and interpretation on sale at all Navy Exchanges.
together with the wage func
Called "Merry Christmas from

The annual Junior Chamberof tion.AWCO'S the Naval Aviation Cadet Choir,"

Commerce and Marine Corps DOMAIN encompasses the recording is the newest addition

'i'Reserve "Toys For Tots" campaign .w"",, (..', ''''''.. 110 Naval and Marine Corps act I. the the 45-rpm album. The
is progressing very well, 5 vities in the 6th, 8th, 10th and15th Choir sings "Silent Night,"

according to Capt. Philip BurnI !: : I Naval Districts which includes "Christmas is Coming," and "The
]______
I ham, chairman of the campaignand : an area from Oklahomaand Lord's Prayer."

executive officer of the Ma- :; Texas to Trinidad and the Navy Relief will benefit from '

rine Air Reserve Training Detachment : : Canal Zone. the sales of the latest album.

i"\lhpt; The AWCO staff, in addition
.I' d'\1 cer, Naval Base, Guantanamo
The storage center, Jackson- \ to John Burton, Chief of AWCO
ville's own baseball park, is beginning : :; includes: C. Aubrey Bay, Cuba; Dorothy Rose, Personnel
to swell with toys vary, WS 7 chief Lorraine Silvey, associate Assistant DPWO ND, New
: ;
f Bryant
kL'I TiI ;
ling' from small items to wheel Dorothy House; Elizabeth Miller Orleans; Lillie Troxclair, Personnel -

toys and teeter-totters. Due to Lloyd Grable; Joseph Funston; Assistant, Naval Station New
s ; Orleans; John Temple, Position
extremely limited provisions for James Anderson and
; resident
t
repair, however, new or useable : technicians Classifier, NAS Pensacola; William
I A'.Wmthy' ((IV'. ,9.j j'o I::, at Pensacola and New
; L" :V. :' ,. ,. Holm, Position Classifier,
:
toys are required. The Naval Air M.<< f.y".>".".,,,,&::> 1".: Orleans. Each member of ,the
Technical Training is cooperatingby .Cit3q ..".' iCi[(> '.t staff has made individual NAS Jax; Earl Dunn, Industrial
i1' 1 presentations Relations Officer Naval Ammu
repainting and repairing TOYS FOR ,
some V during the seminars.
.tti'F; <,# 'f nition Depot, McAlester, Okla.
of the toys. < ';. : !' : ATTENDING
the
seminar
are Freddie Razook Personnel As
,
The Reserves of Marine Fighter ;%\ : John Brown;
1 O'T S- Assistant Industrial
Squadron 144 conducted a door Relations sistant, NAD McAlester; Carmen
Officer, NAS Memphis; Maymi, Personnel Assistant i
to door campaign for collection of
TOYS FOR TOTS S/Sgt James Davis of the Marine Reserve Charles Schell, Personnel Technician DPWO 1OND, San Juan, Puerto
new or useable toys in Dewey Training Detachment, is not robbing the toy barrel, he is Marine Corps Supply Center Rico D. M. Crissman and Rena
Park last Saturday. taking a doll donated by some kind soul, from the Toyi For Tots Albany, Ga. E. O. ;
Toy collection boxes have been collection box at the Navy Exchange. Collection boxes have been Industrial ; Leveriette, North, Personnel Assistants, NAS
set in all the set np at all Navy Exchanges for personnel who wish to contributeold Relations Officer, NAS Corpus Christi; and S. L. Henry,
Navy Exchanges
up useable toys or new toys for distribution to needy children at Cecil Field; Ralph Sierra, Assistant Industrial Relations Officer,
on the Station. Christmas time.
Industrial Relations Off. Naval Station, Rodman, C. Z.



6 December 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5 1



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(Prepared by NATTC Librarian C

) D F c \ for all Navy libraries in the area) J
< Sportsmanlike Driving: New
r
k iiWiFy edition of a book we heartily rec- j j
ommend for reading in conjunction j
with your study of road maps
for that Christmas trip home!

Content excellent; format most "
attractive; careful perusal definitely J
indicated for a Merry ;

M Christmas trip and a Happy New \
y Year. t

Don't Grow Old, Grow Up: An
other new book which has year
'round' significance with special

appeal of intelligent help when
assessing the past year and making J
those resolutions for the

years to come. Readers who enjoyed
How To Win Friends And
Influence People will find that

-- Carnegie's daughter carries out
WARNING WAVE OFF In a demonstration of the new Night Landing Warning; System at NAS Cecil Field, a pilot of Fighter his theories in a book which
Squadron 101, a Fleet Air Jax unit, gets a close-up view; of the vivid warning signals a pilot would receive from the Runway Watch stresses the necessity of maturityfor
Officer if he failed to lower and lock his landing gear. Constructed by Lt Max Morris and Raymond Gillette, AOF, of VF 101, the a happy well-adjusted life.
,
system was built entirely of surplus material.
Magic Of Balanced Living:
More material for peace of mindin

Showmanship Via 'County Fair' a common sense presentationof
psychiatric and psychoanalytic

Promotes Quality Navy Chow concepts ing. as applied to daily liv

Economic Survey Of Communist
SALTY HUMOR FROM Despite atomic and electronic marvels which have led the new China; On the Naval War

LHERE AND THERE"Do U. S. Navy into an era of automation, the mainstay of the fleet is, College list of suggested books
and will remain, manpower. And the way to get the most power out The CPO Club is sponsoring, for professional reading, we think
you," the judge asked the of a man is to feed him, regularly and well. through voluntary contributionsfrom this book will answer many
groom, "take this woman for bet- As a result, meals are the most chiefs and master sergeants, which thoughtful
ter or for worse, through sicknessand important events of the day at in additional commands. I a Christmas Party for 25 orphan questions person must have every when readingthe

health, in good times or bad, sea. Furthermore, in the wordsof A Navy "County Fair" is designed boys between the ages of 6 and daily reports of international
whether she be ?" a grizzled boatswain's mate, strictly for audience parti 12 years of age, on Friday Dec. 21. affairs.
"Oh, judge," broke in the bride "chow ain't exactly unpopular on cipation, which is one reason the The boys will arrive on the station To Live Forever: Don't judge it
tearfully, "you're going to talk the beach." show is so popular. at noon in a bus and will be by its title-it isn't a sequel to
him right out of it." AFLOAT AND ashore the Navy escorted to the CPO Club by a Bride Murphy! It is the latest ad.
fire truck of the NAS Fire De-
serves more than 519 million dition to the Science Fiction col
A small boy's persistent snif- meals a year. As much thought partment. Upon arrival at the lection.
fling annoyed a woman standingnext and preparation go into making club they will be fed a turkey Cop Killer: Guessing this one
to him on a bus. these repasts delectable as into dinner with all the trimmings. would be ea.der-a new thrillerfor
"Young man," she said archly, planning an atomic submarine or Following the dinner they will the mystery tans.Wa&'on .
"have handkerchief be taken on a tour of the Sta- Halleran
got a keeps
you a missile ship.It Captain:
"Yep," replied the lad, "but my is the job of dieticians in the .4 17 tion. After the tour they will return 'em ridin' and shootin' for tho
mother won't let me loan it to Subsistence Office In Wash- to the club for entertain- western readers.
Navy 1 4 tftp ment, movies, ice cream and cake
anybody. Diamond Hitch The West
4 ayu :
D. C. to do research that
ington, ,
and the presentation of a gift to but different. This is
in with vitamins again- a
results menus proper
Sailor, : "Doctor, since I'm goingto calories, aromas, hues and each boy from Santa Claus. Modern novel of a cowboy and
The club will feature its an-
marry Sally, there's one thingI rodeo rider in the work-a-day
flavors. s
want chest. nual Christmas dance on. Satur- of the
to get off my world present.
Doctor: "You just tell me all But the Bureau of Supplies and :: day evening Dec. 22. Rachel Cade: The fascination of
Accounts also must see that this Toastmasters
about it, son." The MarNav Easy 7 the medical profession seems to
research finally comes out righton
Club of Toastmasters Inter-
Sailor: "It's a tattooed heart touch most readers. For those
with 'JulIa' on it." mess tables. national meets each Thursday. who like the added lure of faraway
'. This BUSANDA Job is not a Any interested E-1s are cordially places, we suggest this new
simple matter of quality buying, invited to attend one of the meet- American
missionary
story of an
Father "Mabel that c
: ,
young
cook books and directives. Navy u kt ings. The next two meetings will nurse who gambles her life to
man of too late when
yours stays cooks are much like grandma be held in the club at noon. the superstition and
he overcome
calls. Hasn't your mother said .
---- 5*
when it comes to strangers mess- fears' of natives in the Belgian
anything to about it?
your Thomas Pace
ing around their kitchens. Many Top Congo.
Mabel: "Yes, :father, mother
said men haven't changed a bit. just don't like interference. They AE School Students Saturday Evening Post Stories:

tend to be ultranconservativeabout Francis Thomas, AEAN, of Hol The new edition of a favorite annual

"He said you were what?" new innovations in food land, Minn., and Leon B. Pace, which comes in time to serve
"Laconic." preparation. AEMAN, of Florence, S. C., were as pick-up reading during the
"What does that mean?" SO, BUSANDA has set up a the honor students of last week's busy days before the holidays.

"Dunno. But I belted him in dramatized cooking school that graduating class at Aviation Wreck Of The Mary Deare: For
the nose to be on the safe side." should have the worst old "grandma ROAD HAZARD Dark Electrician's Mate School ClassA those who have finished their
cook" in the fleet working haired Joyce Nixzari could at the Naval Air Technical Christmas shopping (we hear
overtime to modernize his art. easily drive you to distractionif Training Center. there are such paragons of virtue I IA
Smith was sitting down to trying to keep
Fair" your were Pace has been assigned to sea adventure in the strange
breakfast one morning when he They call it a "County your eyes on the highway.
noticed in the paper to his astonishment and it has all the color and excitement Joyce,18,couldn't quite squeeze ; Weather Squadron Two, Patuxent story of a 6,000-ton freighter.
the announcement of of that rural American her well-distributed 115 pounds River, Maryland; and Thomas Hammond Innes is the author-
,
his celebration. What's more, the into a miniature car at a Flori- has been sent to the Receiving you know there's mystery involved
own death. He rang up his da auto show, but the visitors [
friend Jones at once. "Hello, whole :family takes off :for the didn't mind a bit. Station, San Francisco, Calif. in sinister excitement.

Jones," he said, "have you seen show. An average fair will be attended -

the the announcement paper?" of my deathIn miral and by everyone his lady from to Joe the Blow Ad, I| Charlie Spivak Plays Here Dec. 11-121 1 1Next

"Yes," replied Jones, "whereare CS3, and his girl friend.
you speaking from?" There's something at the fair
for everyone for: the simple reason Tuesday, Dec 11 is the atmosphere will prevail at the EM the kings in the entertainmentworld.

"Are you still bothered by those that nobody, but nobody, is day of the big Christmas Dance dance.: Refreshments will be .
relatives who come into town disinterested in good food. for enlisted personnel with served. Notches in Spivak's belt are
every Sunday and eat at your ENTREPRENEURS of Navy Charlie Spivak and his great or- Spivak has played at the Naval the 20th Century Fox "Pin-up
home and never invite you to food fairs are BUSANDA's eight chestra providing the music. The Air Station several times and has Girls," and "Follow The Girls,"
thrir place?" asked Mrs. Smith. Food Service Teams, each with a dance begins at 2000 at King Hall, scored a big hit on every visit for Universal, plus a flock of box

"No," said the unfortunate victim Supply Corps officer and :four Building 563. Spivak is the musician whose office records created at the
"they finally took the hint." chief commissarymen. All are expert Spivak, "The man who plays fresh and original idiom in trum- Paramount in New York, Hotel
"What did you say to them?" at cooking. the sweetest trumpet in the pet playing is described as"honeyin Statler in New York and the
asked Mrs. Smith. In the past three years the world" will also play for the Of- the horn." He is the leader of Palladium in Hollywood.
"Nothing said" teams have visited more than 600 ficers' Dance on Dec. 12 at the a great all-time band which The band features lovely Ann
was explainedthe
other, "but served Navy activities and there is a "0" Club, beginning at 2100. rocketed to top-flight status so Lorraine songstress and Paul
we sponge
take every time they came." constant clamor :for appearance A real Christmas theme and rapidly that it now ranks among O'Connor.



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(By YAKNOW-NOW Armed Forces Press with'Fleet


Q-Last spring I sold nual
and let the purchaser 1838 :
my GI loan. That was berland
new 'law was passed ter.
veterans from liability
sell GI homes. Would goods
law cover me? Could I :; used
tain a release from mas :
VA? adopted :

A-Yes, the new law year
applicable, even though ) up to
your home before it was a
You may obtain a was graduated- this month from the from
liability, provided the complete.The graduates now go back canned
current and the present to right are Ledr. Charles Davis, of- families
; ; Fanl Holeombe, ATAN; Jonathan and its
assumes liability and : Charles Adams, ACWAN; Stephen month's
a good credit risk. ; i e k, AN; Charles Cult, ACWAN;
; ; Instructor; Michael Maims, AN; and The
Q-Under the War be
Education program may :

restorative disabled young training person be on ''I Marine's Load Light 5318 homes : :

time basis? Miller

A-No. Special \ Dec. 18.Fleet.
training must be : Fighting

ever, VA will I Yukon
is far too much overweight for
constitutes full-tune envelopment. Several surprising plans gram
based on the capacities of I this
his weight and better equip him for
dividual.Q I None of these ideas being tested through
-I am a disabled The effort is aimed at taking weight
ing vocational his stomach. _
ing. Through an man
cident, I was further present model and which can be
training. Would I be mor fired off-hand and from the hip.
increased VA Additionally, the Board has a
ments because of this wire-w rapped hand grenade
bility? 65) weighting five ounces less than

A-You may be eligible cold the Mark 11 frag grenade now in
creased compensation for of use, it is said to give even greater berries,
ability yon suffered In fragmentation. Two new pistolsare
provided It was not the being studied as well. Garden-
your own willful -' There are also reports of trucks a 1.1)I
that that load and unload themselvesin I shop at
Q-What does VA I I I the field; new armor; plastic will be
be the effective date a pipelines and valves onesixththe stead of
pays his premiums on his the weight of current models. Mrs.
surance by mail-the date ..
-- -- Garden
check or the postmark bin"r
envelope? the Fla. Owns Battlewagon? which conduct

A-The postmark date by: a Finders are not always keepersin hour
envelope containing the I in the case of an abandoned I making.
is accepted as the date battleship the Florida Supreme I either
is made. Court declares. The court ruled i
that Florida now owns the old corsages
Q-My husband died
ex battleship Massachusetts sunk in : At
duty, and I
am drawing
servicemen's 1922 off the entrance to Pensa- I
indemnity un- cola Bay, stopping suit by the
After Dec. 31, 1956, will I Massachusetts Company which ,man is
lowed to continue
who
45 received a permit last August ,
payments, with
along from the U.S. Corps of Engineersto cies
compensation payments salvage the old hulk. call her
new Survivors Benefits .-
"Papa
A-No. Indemnity
tion under the new law Maryland Nixes Quickies! to eat
payable unless you "Quickie" marriages of service- "Why,
your rights to men, authorized In Maryland dur- "
demnity payments dun- ing WWII, have been banned. papa?"

Q-I understand that ,
'
no longer will be able to so CROSSWORD

Korea GI term ; "CltOSS t, I J' y s a
Dec. 31, 1956. What about 'ipperao
eth
GI insurance for disabled half 1 '5
4-lead(ear
ans? is 'U-Rn"enu''I-UqvllJ w
A-No. Dee. 31, 1956, on J3-ECCI.
the deadline only for re O5-Hurled UIt&rr II N 111

Korea GI term insurance a Jf-l>etr.ct. trona" it. r7/
bodied veterans. back 11-8.n Wrds2GY.Intul spots V/-
veterans still will have the JI-8t1orC stalk: J7 4 ,
I T..I' b07.
to get special 1 GI 34-P.m )4J J'
.
that date. al- 11-1.1\1"31-Appadoo tower I
i to : 3 If Jf
Q-If I add the total 30Shrub32Foos ('Ollar
income provision to my ; at (pi.) I1: : V/ % : :
Service Life Ins. term sl-Cry of nal331'roett4ou a;;/ ; I I

the rates be based on my not ST-"fArnln. I ,
1t-Title 01
:
age, or on the age that a ill-Boy reepee9 1r l

miums are figured on? 4-Mou.talno Soutb AneHM e1 U fI (

A-The rates would for .t- I bons41ManllerliMe SIt (
on the age that feeling IT J
regular premiums, and i 1F-Pierced 43-lwnbrre win....
present
your age.
----i.. been It=The *ar.. |-T JUui -ll.fero
Na- nTTomItWettotti t-dlbM a.a *-Commlt,
Housewife: (over back ] I-T. bbd.. .IS-I,".
'
"Your story reminds me 14-stitch lotrdl ll-Eagaged 1 1**$=Rhr:r"'1 :
1-\\01'11 0' IIOrfOW II-TIU. of
He decided
ence. once he : over U-Bishopric" 3m.R cWM Jl-TIIftI4
to be king of the house." DOWN ia-0 mpaa poise ) --' '
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:. ,.ri" Jax Navy Mittmen Shine




J In State AAU Tourney 1 1


Sending seven boxers to the semi-finals In the Novice

division, the Jax Navy mittmcn are pacing the way in the

Florida State A.A.U. championships. .

Led by Ensign Bob Walters, a
Emanuel Blue of the Glynco, Ga. ,1
fighter pilot attached to VFP-G2,
NAS. Jax-Navy's Joe Eukcr gave J
the Jax mittmcn scored five winsin the Navymcn their third straightwin

the quarter-finals held hi the by defeating Earl Trimble of t

Arena Tuesday night. Walters de- Shaw in a 147-pound bout before
feated Jim Martin of Shaw Air the Airmen came back to take .f

Force Base by a technical knock- one, Nathan Robinson defeating

out to gain a semi-final berth in George Grey.

the 156-pound class. Walters' pin- Glen Uhl gave the Air Station

point body punches made Martina it's fourth triumph of the evening

tired target before the bout when he downed Jim Laffey of

was well underway. From thenon West Palm Beach AFB, and then

it was all Walters. Walters came on to wrap up a
FALL CUP HONORS Winners and runners-tip in the annual Fall Cup roll tournament held REYNALDO GRAZA gained a sccccssful evening.AL .
at the NAS course were presented their trophies in ceremonies by Capt. William S. Uarris, NAS Jax decision over Sylvester King of
commanding nicer.: Captain Harris presents the first flight championship liEn AND Marciano Ma-
trophy to Chief Lou
the Wilder AC and thus
Chaff, ef Vr-18. Others fat the photo are (left te right) Comdr. Donald Hardy Chairman of the Golf secured a lanzo, who both won Monday,
Committee; Charles Tuthill, RMZ, third flight runner-ap; Lt. Don Johnson, third flight winner; Lrdr. lax-Navy berth in the 125-pound drew byes to advance to the
Walt Strader, first flight Comdr. Charles Baumeister class. Donald Bishop in
runner-up; second flight winner: and Chief fighting semi-finals. Hett, Malanzo, Euker,
Kenfleld second
Arthur flight runner-up. the 139-pound class, defeatedJAXAIR
Uhl, Grey and Walters all won

Admin Maria Playoff > their opening bouts on Monday.
Center IM Court Dave Pickering. Ferriss McDonald -

Per Links Hoers :: and Wyman Farnsworth

Play Opens Jan. 7 NARTU and Administration were Navymen that went downto

The intramural basketball deadlocked for top honors in the i e ] y SPORTS defeat in the opening round

season at the Naval Air Tech- Mainside intramural golf league, : NEWSFliers last Monday ht.

nical Training Center is due both finishing with identical rec- -< The finals are scheduled for
to open January 7 with eight ords of 5625. 1 ,, :" ., Friday at 2000 at the Arena, Main

expected entrants. The two will clash for the and Beaver. The competition in

The Administration and I league championship in a play- AFB the Open division, where, entries

Special Services fives are ex- off match with the date as yet Bump Hunter ; are light, was scheduled to openlast

pected to merge this year in undecided. night (Wednesday).
order to strengthen the league. Administration managed the .

drive up the ladder by defeating Bow To Orlando AirmenNumbers Marines Airmen Wage
VFP-62, 8-1 Monday. Bob Thiel ,.

Marines Host and Bob Taylor paced the Admin Hoi Ten-Pin
crew with scores of 40 and 37 three and four were split down the middle as the Jax FightThe
respectively. On the same day Navy Fliers brought their season's record to 2-2 with a 59-53 court Marine Aviation Detach-

Gator FroshHoping VFP-62 defeated Fasron 109, 9-0. triumph over Hunter AFB, Ga., and a 78-67 setback at the hands of ment kcglcrs copped eight victories

to come off on the re- In matches last week Fasron Orlando AFB. without suffering a defeat

bound after two straight defeatsthe 109 dumped Hospital, '-%, and The Fliers hit the road for percent of their' shots. last week and emerged from 1M
their next three frays travelingto action tied for first place with
,
NATTCcnter Marine Bas- Supply won over FAW-11 by de- Jim Good paced the Fliers'
kctecrs engage" the Florida Uni- fault. NAS Glynco, Ga. Friday; point makers with 23, while Jesse I the Airman Prep Aces in the

versity freshmen five here at NARTU WON& LOST 25) rrr.lilt clash with the potent state AAU Crowder looped in 17. standings of the NATTCenter

King Hall tomorrow night. Administration S6 29 . Against the Gibbs Vikings last Operation .00 33Vt 27 31\% .617.*K3 University gym next Joyce Bounden_____ 2 8 F F Swearlrwrer Crutchfteld __.16 2 Team leaders: AE, Tarplay,

week the Marines were smartly HwptUl 34 45 34 3C .525..355VFP62 Tuesday and trek to Parris Island Good _-.._.. -3d F Waldrun ..._10 149; SS, Buchner, 148; AGO-2,
outclassed the AAU Teal 2'12' 48 tt .401 K Owens 2 Infiold, 15'; AGO-3, Brink, 149
by hoopsters Supply % Wednesday. The local hoopsters King ____ 5"C Strong __14 ;
going down to defeat 103-73. FAW-lt Fasro.109 3214 32 49 5 tt27.395 return home Dee 14 against the; Crowder _17 C G SulUvnn Detrtch ---18_. 4 MAD, DeVitO 170; ANP-2, Siviky,
Gibbs' Mel Thompson a former ComF trJ T .SO Cl .246 star-studded Fort Gordon, Ga. Bosses _._.10 G Herrjr 2 164; AGO-1 Mauer, 136; NA WS-
All-American candidate at North squad. Tenerowa".,_ .2 G .Tenny. _11 2, Morris, 173; NA WS-I, Grant-
Carolina Stamatis Scdlacck i ham, 145; AK Novotny 157
,
State led ;
University, la tact clash with JAX NAVY ('P) HUNTER (M)
the Viking attack with 18 Thvrsday Joyre fl K Barber _! 65o ANP-1, Daly, 169; NAWS-3,
points. Pace Best Bailers Hunter, the Filers had a rough < Hl _,.II F !>ar1s T
.'. Homes __........ 8 G Wells _10 Yumas, 152.
In the annual Men's Best Ball time ., tt tot managed to lead IloinfcwortJh 7 C: Saxlrrt 3 NATTC howling

Tournament now being held at throughout lax was ahead 292S Klitf wder _1i G OO Ourjr I AN-P One W 60SO '5
Hospital VAH-3 the NAS Golf Course, the team of at halfUme. Jesse Crowder Grrrosy .G80 __ 4 IGT UarAvItrtNavAlrWeapl .11) tI ..
fed tike Filers with 11 Two 41 11
points
G IA'WIaIT
Stamatis, and Sedlacek took the I A School'\ :'n 23
Marines Leading first round with a 70 for the 18 i followed fcy Jim Good with 12. NaAtrWeaps AN-V Two One .TO 22:M
holes. I 'The Fliers did an about face WEATHER OUTLOOK AGO Two 23at w
AGO One
Mainside In a three way for second placeare I against Orlando, a team they Thursday Partly cloudy. 8 One rs 21IT 39SS
Cagers the teams of Thiel and Chaff,I spanked in-the season's inaugural. Friday Cloudy and cooler AGO AGO ThreeNorAtrWeapi 10 42

With the season just little Kennedy and Kirklighter, Pinney'I Jax jumped into an early lead, with temperature dropping in 10 .1
a
and Baumeister, all with 71. I but it was short lived as the late afternoon. -
over jumped a week old, three clubs have The second round is now under-! Airmen began hitting from all Saturday Cloudy and cooler. VFP-62 AllcymcnTop
to
an early lead in the
Mainside way. angles, connecting on over 60 Sunday Partly cloudy.
intramural basketball Mainsidcrs
circuit, each with a pair of tri
umphs to their credit. The Mainside Intramural Bowl

Leading the pack to date are ing League is currently paced by

Hospital, Marine Barracks, and VFP-62 followed closely by
VAH-3. Hospital notched its two 1 __ FAW-11, as many games over the

victories over VW-4, to the-tune week shifted the standings con- .
f 56-37 and from VP-15, 76 52. w : -'' siderably.

The Marines trounced FAW-11, STANDINGS

93-38, and downed VFP-62, 5143. Va24L(111 ST 11243.
VFP-62
VAII-3 kept on the winning side YAW-II :.0 15 .fi1
with a forfeit victory over Supply 'IIPtu J.J 111 .6:1$
'uron Six :1.1 19 .6:13
and a 56-34 verdict over Medical.In VW-4 21 :11 ..56Fasron
109 :29! 23 .5.8
other results Faetu won Marinenelarhment 22 18 .550hltehata
over Operations )& ; 26 22 : 12
by forfeit; Fas O< Officers 26 22 ,:12
ron Six dumping VP-18, 51-32; hospital 2II.u.5.
Comjo'alrJax :6 :iO .4r 4
Fasron 109 won over O & R, 5348 DI.Pf'RSUr 26:10 .464
; X-2 Nartu 23 u .4U
Division defeated Medi- Special<< Services: 20' 33 ..3S3Nrnonnet
cal, 53-39; VW-4 downed FAW-11, 111:10 i15
Communications Ii .32 tot:
60-24; VFP-62 measured VP-5, Waves II 4J .173
60-47; and VP-18 outclassed Sup- S. S
Ply Fiscal, 45-20. Pour Deadlock For

STANDINGS Blind Bogey Honors
PCT.
WON LOST
TloapItal 2 0 1.000 A four deadlock has
Marine way resulted
Detachment 2 0 1000
VAII3 g 10101XO in the Blind Bogie that
J'aeYu"i :
{'asron Six 1 U 1000. has been taking place for the past
X.2 jasron Division< 109 1 0 UO 1000) three weeks at the NAS Golf

Vw VPS 1 1 .510.[,00 FOOTBALL RUNNERS-UP After wading through regular season opposition without a setback Course.
O VP-lg i i .500 Mainside intramural touch football champions Patrol Squadron 18, waited until the playoffs Bob McCauley, Lou Chaff, C.
Operations& R 0 1 ..000 for the Vil-SLttion championship to drop their only contest, to AE School. It cost them the champion- R. Peters, and Don Hardy each
.000
1'AW11 0 2 .000 sIlIp. Playing members of the runner-up VP-18 squad are, front row left to right), Bob Oswald, with
VP-s .000 Ralph Smith, Wally Faber, John Huff, Pete DeCarlo, and Joe LaRue. Back row Chuck Kelley, Duane 72's will playoff to determine -
0 a
Supply Medical FlleD1 ,,0 2 ..000.000 Shaffer, John Zimmerman, Jim Hart, Matt James, George Martin, Wendel Knoll, and Jim Brown. the winner of the tourney.



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FOR RENT : .i

2-Bdrm.. furn. apt 425 E. Fourth

St. Wirth.Efficiency .

Apt 650 Park St. EL-

5-5981 after 5 p.rn. Wilson.

-Bdrm.. Use 5118 Marlene. EV-
94640. Dollar.

Furn. Gar. Apt. 2215 River Blvd. Lt$

EV- -8209. 'Johns n.

Furn. Apt. 2037 Herschel St. $48.Mo. rt
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EV-7-4321. CaldwelL

AN pia Ilw 1 wAINt r t"AEI d Hse. Trailer. Apply 6201 Hyde #

Park Circle after 1700. Anytime -

Sat.,'Sun. Tg1rJ

Household Furn. Apt, 4525 Headley St.;

'(Continued From Page One) Phone EV-803039'Helms.;
bdrm.. turn apt for. lady; 1406
continue to serve their own per-
St. EV-4-2624 after
Dancy
;
sonnel as formerly, but final arrangements -
for Florida storage, 1730: Doyett.

both temporary and nontemporary FOR SALE

will be made through the 3-Bdrm.. Use 5344 Della Robbia COMPLETE TRAINING COURSE Part of the group of approximately: 28 departmental
Jacksonville Household Goods Way in Venetia. EV-7-5970. pervisors of NAS lax: Supply Department, is shown here receiving certificates for completion of a
Field Office. Borne 15-hour course in job-Instructor training. Each month since last February groups of supervisors have
been attending the course which covered methods of Job analysis and teaching techniques Looking I
KIRKLAND. formerly- traffic 2-Bdrm.. CBS Hse. 5232 Camille on as Capt. James J. McKlnstrey, Supply Officer, presents a certificate to Paul Wight, are left to
branch supervisor at Green Cove, Ave. GI equity. $49. Mo. EV- right) Jack Ryan, tralnlnr officer; Frank Barnett; Arley Baker; Etta Ash" ; Roy Burch, MAI; Elsie
says the unit at present is engaged 71296. Williams. -Conklin-; and Paul-Aarlrs.a .
in procuring the necessary

forms and supplies and setting up MISCELLANEOUSWanted .
the staff organization which will : Ride from Gallardia sAZI
consist of two administrators and Road, Arlington to NAWS I STARS'
x
three clerical employees. When School. (. Working

the office is in full operation, Hrs. 07301610. Ext. 547.

about Dec. 15, he anticipates i Wanted: Riders. One or two. Ableto I *

heavy telephone traffic between drive a car. Must be in Oak- n

Florida's military activities and land, Calif.. not later than Dec. (AFPS weekly Feature) How about a little spirit, in
Bros, shooting scenes for "The '
the Quartermaster General's Office 19, Lt. James. EV-7-3069 after IF AT FIRST You Don't Succeed welcoming: new shipmates
in Washington, D. C. 1700, Dec. 7. The late and great Girl He Left Behind" at Ft. Ord, aboard? A barracks which servesas

The new system is expected to Wanted: Ride from 264 Stockton George Gershwin thought' so Calif., used their own dice: for .a home for as long as we'are in

save the government considerablecost St. to NATTC. 07301610. Ext. much of "The Man I Love" thatit crap shooting sequence. The the Navy is. only as warm as we
by establishment of uniform 547. Hamilton. search of Diogenes No, it seems make it. A friendly smile'or
inserted into the.score' of
paper work and specifications in Lost: New ladies wrist watch. two was musicals "Lady Be Good" in that ordinary dice don't rattle word doesn't cost a cent, but
storage, as well as giving better Black means so much when we are new.
band. Gold BOQ
case. 1924 and "Strike Up the Dend" in loud enough for the sound to be
service and more adequate facilities area. Lt. W. E. Cusack. Ext. Recently reporUng"aboard are
1930. Both times it laid an egg. heard ,above the exhortations of
than was possible under the 8310. Virginia Bewley, 'Loretta 'Chas-
But an intensive plugging cam- the "sportsmen.
old plan which utilized many tain Deno Cathy Gajewski
Betty ,
Wanted: Wives of service person- paign fpr the love song paid off, Tab These When Dogpatch,
varying contracts. Lee Grimes Anna Juntunen Kay
nel for part-time sales clerking and within a year it achieved its ; K,., moves onto B'way with the ,
Besides the Jacksonville field Luhmann, Vivian Itarnois, Betty
during Christmas holidays. Apply present world-wide fame. And opening of "Li'l Abner" this mid.
office, the Navy will support five Seamy, Judy Simmons Theresa
Cohen Bros employmentoffice. Irving Berlin in WWII wrote a month, it will become the musical
other offices at the Boston Naval Smrstik, Margie Spangler, Aure-
Phone EL 67311. called "Smile'and Show
ditty comedy hit of the year Erin
Shipyard, the Naval Gun Factoryin Your Dimples" for a charity O'Brien, obviously Irish and pretty lia Martinez, and Grace White. ,
Washington, D. C., the Navy his Congratulations are in order
whing-ding sponsored by will be "discovered" by
Supply Center in Norfolk, the Make HolidayVreaths The commander for shipmates recently married.
platoon. company Il'wood soon. After 17 TV appearances -
Navy Supply Depot, Seattle, and include Joeline Willard
turned the down. Lateron They ,
Holiday wreaths can be made song on the Steve Allen "To-
Navy Supply Activities, New Mary Gruetter Sherill Vaughnand
Berlin rewrote the lyrics. You night" and other Sunday eve ,
York. by tying evergreens to a wire Chris Thomas.
know the song now as "Easter shows, studios are interested in
.
circle made from an old clothes
Parade." the lovely ballad singer. Fact is, The Waves Lounge Barracks
Archers Shine In hanger. Cover with pure white Trusting Souls are movie she was discovered in some 722 has recently been reopenedand
shellac that is thinned. producers these days. Warner "Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts" the welcome mat is out

Tri-Team Meet competition in California. for Waves, Women Marines and

Three_n___ _Dots__._ .,,.,...... _._ their guests. Games, television,
The archers of the Jax-Navy table tennis and juke box are
The records -:
Freelancers scored heavily in of Nat provided for entertainment. More
last Sunday's tri-team meet held "King" Cole are I personnel than ever before are
on the range of the Jax Bowhunt nudging the 50 : making use of the Lounge and
; are really enjoying it.
ers. million markin
The Freelancers finished one, ; salesuNature Plans are being made for dec

two, three in the Novice division, Boy," one ; orating Wave Barracks 723,, and
copped first place in the Archers of the biggest 11111Insured the outside area. All Waves interested -

division and grabbed second place hits, is the in participating are
honors in the Bowman division. theme for Nat's asked to join the crew on the

The results: new TV showon Quarterdeck at 1330 Dec. 8. Anyone

Expert "B" Frank Sakamoto, NBC Mon who can use a hammer or

Jax Bowhunters. day nites handle a paint brush is cordially,
.
Bowman Ted Gissendander invited.
Lassie, a canineRockefeller
Jpx Bowhunters; Ed Merrill, is Recently transferred is ,Nancy
Freelancers; Fred Davenport, St. ,4 for Ward, J03, to Home Town News
Johns. May Wynn Center, Great Lakes, 111. Best of
$100,000 .
.Archer Carl Goddard, Free. There were 25,000 extras used in luck goes with her to her new
lancers. % filming Cecil B. DeMille's "The duty station from her shipmates.

Novice Roger Wood, Freelancers Ten Commandments," the great-

;. Paul Underwood, Free est number used in any film .
lancers; Bob :Knoch, Freelancers. Keenan' Wynn was born Francis HOT AIR
__
4.p Xavier Aloysius James Jeremiah

Mother'Tommy always eats Keenan Wynn and, has played
more pie when we have friendsto every role from heel to hero in

dinner. 72 movies and 107 plays Doris
Guest- "Why it that, Tommy" Day will star in Warner Bros.1
Tommy 'Cos we'don't have production of the B'way musical,

pie: no other Jime." 'The Pajama Game" "The
..
Jazz Age" :will be a "Project 20"

.. PA ONRA feature on NBC-TV Dec.,8-narration v
will be' by the late Fred
D R 4 TT ,'.
5 RE ( Allen, his last major ,work .
I P t O Rla And if you don't already know

T about it, once there was. a cute
oH '
T fI' entertainer at the Copacabana in
NYC named Donna Lee Bicker
JI "OVER THE SHOULDER BOMBING" Up and ever goes a
I nuclear weapon in this artist's conception of "over-the-shoulder" who won the romantic interestin
low-level bombing. The maneuver Is designed to permit the pilotto a film. She liked the name and
streak away from the target area before the nuclear blast. The part 10 much she legalized her "I doirt w.irt puI'B
bomb is released as the jet climbs steeply In a loop. The weapon name to that of the role May take the rfaff"F
arches upward and then down on target while the pilot completes
(Answer to Puzzle en Page ') a shallow loop and races away from the lethal blast. Wynn of "Caine Mutiny" fame.






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