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Creation Date: January 24, 1957
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I Membership In Subversive Groups Can Jeopardize Position I !

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The Security Screening Board of NAS Jacksonville by the screaming. headlines, are many instances of the Association of Georgia Klans.
reports a recent resumption of activity by certain or- serious injuries to character, loss of privileges and other Civil Rights Congress, including Veterans Against
ganizations advocating violence and the overthrow of effects incurred by the members which rarely come to Discrimination of Civil Rights.

the United States government. public attention. Committee for the Negro in Arts.
While some of these groups have merely become THE SECURITY Screening Board advises all military -
Committee to the Bill of Rights.
more active, there are also a number of completely new personnel and civil service employees to study Uphold
organizations. In many instances, the screening Board the latest list of subversive organizations as publishedby Communist Party, USA, its subdivisions, subsidiariesand .
believes that members are not fully informed as to the the U S. Attorney General Membership or partici- affiliates.
true objectives of the organizations they join, nor do pation in the activities of any of the listed organizationswill Knights of the White Camellia.
they understand what the possible effect their mem- jeopardize the individual's employment in his Ku Klux Klan.
bership in such organizations could have on their personal present position, and will continue to effect him unfavorably National Negro Congress. *>
lives. in any future employment he might seek. National Negro Labor Council.
TilE GENERAL PUBLIC also is Often misled by ON THE SUBVERSIVE list are some 150 organizations Peoples Rights Party.
press headlines, and other media, based on the more Among organizations in this area listed as sub United Negro and Allied Veterans of America
sensational aspects of meetings and demonstrations by versive are: Washington Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights.
the subversive organizations. Underneath, and hidden Associated Klans of America. Washington Committee for Democratic Action.





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Navy's supercarriei:
VOL-14 No. 42 U' S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla ..24. January 1957 USS Forrestal and the :May-
., --- pprt-based heavy attack carrier

Income Tax USS Lake Champlain,
Over 1,500 r with six Fleet Air Jax units

aboard, departed Mayport
carrier basin Monday to relieve
Ready For BriefingsHeld the USS Randolph and

USS Coral Sea now operatingin
HereRepresentatives I the Mediterranean.

PO ExamsSome The Randolph and Coral Sea
will be bringing home pilots and
of various
hundreds of personnel from 12
examination '
1,526
; s
commands
briefed income
on units based in the Jacksonville
will be hand at the
papers on tax laws and the
preparationof area. The Coral Sea is due back
Naval Air Station and at tho
Naval Air Technical Training tax returns by an Internal Feb. 12, while the Randolph ij:
Revenue agent, are now avail-
slated to arrive Feb. 19.
Center for the February tests
able to assist service .
person
in four petty officers pay nel and employees in filing UNLIKE TilE "CHAMP," this
grades, Information and Edu- tax returns. will be the Forrestal's maiden
cation officials announced.A voyage to the Mediterranean. It
total of 419 third class exams Marvin Johnson, of the Jack. will also be the first time that
71 second class, 146 first sonville Revenue office, con. the U. S. Sixth Fleet has had a
class and 348' chief tests are ducted briefing classes, whichare supercarier operating in the .
c available at NATTCenter, part of a new program for Mediterranean.
while 139 third .127 second,' the representatives. Under the Winner of the 1956 Air Force
127 first and 149 chief tests program and under certain sped Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency ,
will be given at NAS. CITED FOR EFFORTS...Robert mid PNC, Is-tendered. con- fled. conditions, business Jlrms '
"E" as \top heavy attack class ,'
rratulatlons by Capt. William 8. Harris (left) NAS lax commandIng have Revenue .,
The examination schedule is officer, for his commendation presented for outstanding efforts may a representative carrier, the "Champ" is skippered f.
E-7, Feb. 5; E-4, Feb. 7; E-5, while assigned to the military personnel division. Leading chief of conduct classes of instruc by Capt. Joseph B. H. Young.
Feb. 12; and E-6, Feb. 14. the MPD, he was chief in charge of the transient personnel office tion so that certain personnelmay The Forrestal is commanded by 'J S...
and separation. activity where his work earned him his commendation assist employees in the I. Capt. W. E. Ellis.
preparation of their income tax
Zoom To' SERVING AS AIR ARM for
Shipovers returns:
the Forrestal will be Fighter
23 At NATTCenier Assets Of Growing Credit THE SERIES OF lectures, Squadron 14 and Attack Squadron -
held Friday, Monday and Wed. 15, of Carrier Air Group
With an option of East or West nesday mornings was attendedby One, based at NAS Cecil Field.
coast duty until Feb. 1 under the : Union Near Million Navy and civilian person Rounding out the air group will
$1
reenlistment program, shipovers nel from commands based at be Heavy Attack Squadron One
zoomed to 23 this week at NATT- NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field, May- and Detachment 42 from Light
Center. I Members of the rapidly growing Jax Navy Federal port and Green Cove Springs. Photographic Squadron 62 basedat

Assured of a choice of 12-month Credit Union, whose assets are nearing the one million-dollar The classes are part of the NAS Jax. Comdr. John Hill
duty on the coast of their choice, i mark', elected officials and approved an increase in the dividend "self-help" program inauguratedby is Commander Carrier Air
reenlistees flocked to the enlisted rate on shares at the annual meeting last Friday night. the Internal Revenue Service Group One.

personnel office to sign over. I Officials reported that the Williams for one year; during the filing period last year One Jax unit, Detachment 34
The option remains in effect for Credit Union's assets had reached SUPERVISORY Committee, and it serves to replace the un from Light Photographic Squad
another week. 941908.24 as of Dec. 31, 1956. Joseph O'Connell for three years limited service formerly ac- ron 62, will be aboard the
I AN ESTIMATED 500 members Champlain, which will have as
attending the meeting voted to (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) its main force Air Task Group

declare a 4V4% dividend on 182 from Oceana, Va.
Get Ready For 1957 shares for 1956, benefiting ap THE CORAL SEA, when sho

Talent ContestThe proximately 5,000 members who arrives Feb. 12, will put into Nor
Navy I have share accounts in the Credit F y folk, Va. where enlisted person-
1957 All-Navy Talent Union. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
Contest, to select talent for the The increase in the dividend
Ed Sullivan television show, rate was in addition to life In. Seeks
has been moved up to April 25. surance equal to each member's English ..
Previous contests have been share savings (up to $1,000 per
held during August and Sep- member) which is paid for by the Lessons, GetsAmerican
tember. Credit Union.

Rules for the '57 competitionwill ,MEMBERSHIP IN the Credit Wife
be about the same as thoseof Union is open to all military and .
last year, with elimination civilian personnel -employed'at It all began because Lt. Pedro
contests held within the various naval shore activities in Duval Sebastiany of the Brazilian Navy
districts, and district win- County. Anyone who is eligible wanted to perfect his English and
ners competing for All-Navy may apply for membership at so now it's Lt. and Mrs.
honors. either the main Credit Union off. A4: Sebastiany..

Plans for.the Jax area eliminations ice in Building 39 at NAS Jacksonville The Brazilian Navy officer, attending
will be announced or the branch office in Aviation Ground Officer
later. Building 28 at NAS Cecil Field. 3' ;hub AdAu ij School at NATTCenter, met his
Officials elected at the annual wife, the former Mary Gretchen
meeting were: Board of Directors, Orcutt, of Sioux City, Iowa, in
WEATHER OUTLOOK Ottis Beck, Evelyn Clark and Rio de Janeiro back in 1945 when
Andrew Carlson, for three years; she was teaching English at tho
Friday Partly cloudy and
and Robert Rossini for one year; AN ARM'S LENGTH' Mrs.'Pedro Sebastian points out her Cultural Institute there.
cool. Credit Committee, James Bur- home In Sioux City, Iowa, to her husband, Brazilian Ltjg( ) Pedro The couple were married in
Saturday Cloudy and cold. ton and George McLemore, for Sebastian, of RIa de Janeiro, while Comdr. Ferdinand Plummer, 1955 and are making their homo

Sunday Partly cloudy and three years; and David Davidson, officer director met of training his wife at in NATTCenter Rio while,attending looks on. The school Brazilian for a better Navy in Orange Park, while Lt. Sebas-
cold. Pasquale DiTursl and David i understanding of the English language. tiany is attending AGO




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t Station Published Jacksonville.every Florida Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air YearsTwo

Capt. William S. HarrU KA8. Jaekseavfl.l Commanding Officer NAAS Mayport NaJ

Com dr, Robert H. Smith -,_F'Iwet.........-Air.-.Jacksaulil. ,--, Executive: OUKer men, whose years of active duty

Hear Adm. Dflbert S. Cornwcll Commander with the Navy total
Capt. S. S. Scarcy, Jr. _....._._.....__... Chief of Staff half more than
Fleet Air Mine/ tlfm ta > a century bade shlpmattl
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod _. Commander and friends
Comdr. T.' S. White ..._.._...._ tiles SlatE Officer farewell last week
Naval Air Technical Tr l l i O* tr following the traditional \
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ......_ Commanding: Officer "PIping
I Comdr. VVlUred K. Kleshmah ..............._....__ Executive Officer over the side ceremonies held
I Naval HenpltalKAUTU i at the carrier base.
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer
I Cal Marcy bhupp _-?-,.,-,,.-,,,,,,.._.......... Executive Officer Lcdr. Clarence Amos a former
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Capt. Norm n.O. Anderson Commandlrn Officer whitehat retired to civilian life
Comdr. William E. Hardy ?.? Executive Officer after than
more 30 years
active
The JAX AIR NEWS It published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. duty, and Thomas J.
I Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with nonappioprlated fundsat MKay,
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS ....15. Rev. i I 1 1ti ABC, was retired to the Fleet I
Nov. 1P b. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Naval Air Technical<< Training Canter Naval Air. Reserve Training Unit, and the Reserves after 20 years of continuous .
U. S. Naval Hospital. duty.

Service Information Officer_........................_Lt. Dave Bectley PRIOR
TO
Staff Reporters ManiiirlnR- ,c ndSutton[ ;;f Jack Ilolmee,1111; John Itbcll. SA; ceremonies Lcdr THE, "piping Amos 0\cr"
Ben Sjlar, SA; Doug Blowers AA. was
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service, tendered 'the courtesy of
AFPS material appearing In this publication' may not be reprinted withoutthe rs making
written permission of Armed Fortes Tress Service. Republication of other a captain's personnel inspectionof t
matter, except by service publications is prohibited without permission of the Station's
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. s;. complement by
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension ; L A Capt. George J. Feauenheim.

8346. 216 and 8164. n..s s...Mbi.----.. __ _...._._. .......1w..w.. ,.--- _...-.wiA.-...___. NAAS Mayport's commanding

VP-5 VF-22 VA-175 Report RETIRING !MEN INSPECT Lcdr. Clarence Amos and officer.
Thomas McKay, AKC inspect NAAS Mayport personnel during: Lcdr. Amos enlisted in the
ceremonies held In their honor at the carrier base. Ledr. Amos Navy October 1936 at Norfolk

( (fairground) and Chief McKay, behind Amos are retiring: after a Va., as an apprentice seaman. It
Scouting SquadronsVP5 combined total of 56 years Naval service. Lcdr. Amos retires after was in July 1944 when he
was
SO, while McKay roes out after 10.
attached to Patrol Squadron 94

that -he received his first
commis.
I NATTC Memphis; Robert Local Marine
It Patrol 5's sion to lieutenant junior
was Squadron laughton, AN from NAAS Academy, ROTC Time grade.
to welcome aboard PRIOR TO HIS arrival
pleasure recently at May.
Corry Field, Pensacola; Robert
Frederick Rodgman of Ehlert, AA from NATTC, Mem- Bill Would Add Cops HonorsIn port in May 1956 he had served
the Royal Canadian Air Force. with several aviation fll'ftIn its
phis John Tarquin AA from
Lt. Rodgman is here under the Bainbridge; and Richard Whitby Longevity Credit Instruction and also shore stations. He was

Navy's officer exchange pro- AA from Great Lakes Naval Time spent in military serv- attached to Operations Department .

gram. Training Center. ice academies or in ROTC will Cpl. Edd D. McLendorC; of the at Mayport. During his

The is designed to I add credit if a bill years of service he had several;
program longevity Marine Aviation Detachment,
Returning to duty with the I times been
better understanding. of introduced W. SterlingR. officer-in-charge of
provide a by Rep.
squadron last week was Chief NATTC Jacksonville and Marine naval air stations
the and technical prob- N.Y. ranking memberof during their
operating ( ), a
Henry Pierson Jr. who had been
Master Sergeant Francis M. :pre-commissioning periods
lems of our neighboring allied the Armed Services Committee -
forces. laid up for several months in the wins approval by the Sweeney of the Marine Detach- I McKay unlisted in the Navy in
Naval Hospital from an injury
March 1937. He born
ment Naval Retraining Com- was in
Recently transferred to the received while working at his Congress. Ashtabula Ohio. His of

squadron are: home. Numbered !IR 603, the longevity mand, Portsmouth, N.II, walkedoff active duty have taken years him to

Ensign Robert Schult; Frank credit would be allowed with top honors in the Re- all the corners of the world. He
of active
after four
Brunt AD2; Raymond Henry, iiv BLOOD only duty and could years not be used in gional Finals of the Second An- had been stationed at Mayport

PH2; Robert McCullough ATAN; / % DONORFifteen earning retirement or in com- nual Marine Corps Technique of since March 30, 1956, where he

John AN Howard Shaw had been in charge of the Sta
Rogers ; A puting retirement pay. 1 t Instruction Contest held at Camp
AMSAN Robert AA tion's fire-house.
; Murphree ;
would mean a pay raise for Lejeune N.C.McLendon .
Mike Sanders AA; John Weber .
I
46,000 officers averaging $47
AA; copped the numberone
more a month for a young
..' Clyde Alford, AA; Jesse Ping, Navy lieutenant or Army or spot in the Sergeants and below laID

AA; Emory Drake AE3; JoeFernadez Air Force captain. category with a 20-minute

ADR3; Billy Roberts, The Defense Department presentation on "Simple Circuitsand Thursday, Jan. 24'Mainside

AD2; Paul Sampson, Pill; Raymond however has not yet asked for OHM's Law" and a five min- The Girl lie Left

Majerus ADRAA; and the bill and may not, since the ute delivery on "Three Steps in Behind (drama) with Natalie

Clyde Moore. ADRAA.. I Cordiner Pay Committee will Life Saving. Wood and Tab Hunter.

ask for a new pay system un- Both winners will report to NATTCenter Hot Blood

VF-22 der which compensation is Marine Barracks Washington (color musical) with Jane Russell .

THE CAVALIERS of Fighter more employees have figured with less emphasis on D.C. to take part in the Finals and Cornell Wilde. Also

Squadron 22 donned party longevity. Competition which begins Feb. 11. Rasslin Redskins.
clothes this past week and joined the blood donor rolls at Fair
Hospital It's Always
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I A total of 25 contestants from
proved they can play as well as NAS Jax between Jan. 2 and Jan. Navy Waves composed 75 percent 11 Marine Corps and Weather (color musical) with
posts sta-
work. The all hands party 9. of the total allowance in I tions took part in the Regional Cyd Charise and Gene Kelly.
proved to be a whopping success: "Radio Also Buddies.
Washington the Busy
nerve Finals
at
Donating blood to the Station Lejeune. All were win- -
aided and abetted by a 1,000 muster -
center of the entire Navy Friday Jan. 25
com- in
Blood Bank during that time were ners the intra-command and
the following day. Noted '
munication (drama
Mainside Trial
system during World -
nine employees from Overhauland area posts and stations elimina-
among the many celebrities pres- War II. tions.CROSSWORD with Glenn Ford and Dorothy
Repair five from Public
ent, were A. J. "Fleet Foot" Fer- McGuire Also Goggle Fishing
of Works. and one from Supply.O .
ranti AECA and W. II. "King Gear.

Swing" Sizemore AD1. C. Q. & R civilians donating blood PUZZLE NATTCenter The Girl lIe

Kemp AE1, was the lucky win- were Anthony Breda, William ACMU I s 't S' I" ; y 0 Left Behind (drama) with Nat
and R. G Denney Bernard Rock, Josephine 1C.saeasna
ner of the door prize alie Wood and Tab Hunter.
Long's wife Marie joined the Elinson, Edward Douglas, Ralph Si-Acute n la'$ Hospital Hot Blood (color

band and performed in the floor ni2 Youngblood Clark John Fuquay Ben ll-Bea.t It-Near ,y V..I Vh: ,$ '. VI) musical) with Jane Russell and
show. and Varice Paul. Ii-Wr..U.
U-Kld.t .. .7 "l"JO 11 Cornell Wilde. Also Rasslin Red
Those from Public Works were II- rtak slowly h
'l'h I//
The planning committee of M. Io-F.uh skins.
Samuel Drayton Monroe Smith, 11-W1 u. 1J I'l'I'; a
Sparks, ADC; R. G. Long, AOl; V'h Saturday Jan. 26
"IduymoIlGuU.Uke
W. J. Lucas Jr.. John Cassidy and
R. J. Buob, SN; and W. H. Size- bird J4t l7 V./.II a, Mainside Teenage Crime

more, AD1, earned the praise Richard Hamlett. It-Tho n-simtaaa self V'/; Wave, (drama) with Mollie Me-
From Supply Department Sam !4-Upen.r 10 'l'/' 11 Also
from the party goers for their ef- 2-Catche. Cart and Tommie Cash.

forts. They have the thanks of Greene donated blood. 1 ..nnIF body II JII Vfi 6S 3r Candid Mike.NATTCenter.
.
U-Lnantla.
all the Fighting Cavaliers. etch I/'h Trial (drama I

Kladck Closes Ss-Jlxpert li-C'onUnent 11 Vh Jt V/ w yr with Glenn Ford and Dorothy
Joining the squadron this past .
,
(
: erchandisa a 'l''Ii 'I" .IS" : McGuire. Also Goggle Fishing
week were C. R. Bishop AK2; Career At 20 U-lIawaU.hawks :I'm Hospital The Girl He Left
J. M. Stinger AA; and W. J. .o-8Ua r, ftah "" n rd 'l'/ ri Natalie
with
/ /.h Behind (drama)
Greene, AMAN. Welcome aboard Frank Kladek AQC is retiring U-t'M: matter s. J. w 51 SJ Wood and Tab Hunter.

from all hands. Feb. 1, after 20 years active duty. tl-8pry which I .
'oil
Kladek, a member of the Career 4s-aloeS for46f'r.noun l I 5S It was tag dajr and a pretty

VA175NEW Appraisal Team at NATTCenter _It w....--.r a. young nurse was selling tags on
ARRIVALS continue to entered the Navy in 1935. 41-City inKentucky t-\Irr. on ft-.hind a street corner for the benefit of
aboard the Devil's : tt-alnr In Italy -Fr..ncJa St-TIII'k slice he
report as pal.ter-r.oop told her
Chief Kladek was boxing cham- I.-Move turtlvoly I-8oUtary U-.t'1nlr toward a hospital. A sailor
Diplomats continue routine i pion of Battleship Division Three Temporary Constellation 7--Kiplrlilnda* l5-Get 1-SmaU u.child hre: m would give her $5 for a tag if she If

training operations. in both the light-heavyweight and' sheltersejaculation, h-FMeraJ.) agency impinges would promise to nurse him
4"'lnqulrea
IS-Sowg Ii-v5
her
-
Welcomed aboard recently the heavyweight divisions, while 'Wlater ydrophobn.hlcJeeU-Ne. "Man'. name he was ever a patient in
York
.- were Edward Cavanaugh AE2 attached to the USS Mississippi. DOWN II-Dr.II-Part ol eh.rcb Yankees 47 41--Emmet Kemale deer ward. She promised. ((wh

from NATTC; Robert McCormack Kladek will enter the Milwau- 1 fiber* x K0"11* 1odd der ft tS-Symbol Prcpoiltlon "By the way" he asked, ;"
-8how| r "... toraEarth 1
AT3 from VS-30 Norfolk; kee School of Engineering when 10114... iWrr"1"1" I1-BIo".Win alea. t nur 1sP. is the name of your !h05Plt>rep'cd'

Sidney Coulson, ATAN from he retires. Smiling sweetly, she "
(Answer on Page 8, Col 5)) "The Barnes Maternity II05P

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f:,t )..t(' .',''8'"'':'i I I Training Center Marks 6th' i


.t' ,,, _" : ",.

k r--- r",'"'' Year Of Recommissioning j

Nearly 91,000 military students, including Navy and Marino
Corps officers. Coast Guard and foreign Naval personnel have attended -
the 10 schools at the Naval Air Technical Training Center
which this month celebrates its sixth year since recommissioning in

January 1051.Originally .
established at NAS
Comdr. Wilfred E. Flcshman, executive -
Jacksonville in 1941, the Training officer; Comdr. Wm.
Center moved to Memphis,
was lines, administrative officer;
Tenn., in 1948 only to return Comdr. Ferdinand J. Plumer, director
three years later when the of training; Comdr.
Korean conflict gained momen- Dwight F. Asmus, superintendentof
tum with the entry of the Chi special training; Comdr. Mel-
nese Communists into the fray.
i.V ville LeComptc superintendentof
IN TilE EARLY days of 1941, maintenance training; .and
as elsewhere on the station, the L.cdr. Harry F. Johnson, training
Training Center suffered from facilities' officer.
lack of equipment no streets, no
WORKINGVITII the naval
textbooks and not even a course
Officers is a group of civilian educational
of instruction. However, by consultants including

October 1942 it became a sepa- William Ross, consultant to director -
rate command under the Chiefof
I of training; Dow Beck,
LAST PERFORMANCE Giving her usual fine performance : Naval Aviation Training, and consultant to superintendant of .
'Flaming Mamie'Has "naming Mamie" bows out as the target for firefighting students ; had Comdr. R. D. Higgins as its maintenance training .
from Aviation Fundamentals Class P SchooL As instructors and first commanding officer. ; Henry
students close in for the final exercise, "Mamie" is scheduled for 3ickner, consultant to superintendent -
Given Her the junk pile. Rendering last rites are Sgt. Bill Cox Pvt Liberty Upon orders reactivating the of special training; and
Darbtnzio, and Pvt Ronald Gossard. Jacksonville site as a training Walter Rambo, supervisory ad-
Farewell Act center in 1950 a group of specialists ministrative assistant.

i in Naval aviation training, Waves and Women Marines
One Year as
"Flaming Mamie" is no more. Discharge Early headed by Capt Lester K. Rice well as Sailors and Marines are
The hottest lady at the Naval (now Rear Admiral), came here
in attendance at the various
Air Technical Training Centeris For Those Who Wish} To ReUpCommanding in advance of the full school schools. However, only Aviation .
just all burned out, but she movement. Since Admiral Rice's
has served her purpose for officers have been authorized to discharge up to tour of duty the center has Storekeeper School takes serv-
thousands of Marines, Women one year in advance of normal expiration of enlistment date, or been commanded by Captains ice-women for advanced training.In .
Marines and Waves. normal expiration of enlistment date as extended. Navy personnelwho Edwin Yl. Peck David McCamp- : 1953, Airman Preparatory
"Flaming Mamie" twice a desire early discharge for the purpose of immediate reenlist- bell Wilson Bartlett Henry C. School (Aviation FundamentalsClass

week for to, these many years, ment. _De__Lon___.!..!... Comdr... Edwin W... nt__,,. P)- School was .formally. -
was set aflame while eager stu- Personnel desiring discharge hop Comdr. Wilfred E. Flesh- I converted to the training or
feet 13 of their service
on Marine
page Corps
personnel exceptfor
dents garbed in grotesque asbestos three months or less prior to record. man, and Capt Charles L. MooreJr. about 6-H Waves in each
suits, used extinguishingfluids ., present commanding officer.
normal expiration of enlistmentfor class.
as they learned the art of PERSONNEL changing duty TilE PRESENT SYSTEM of
airplane fire-fighting in Avia- the purpose of immediate re- stations transferring to the fleet schools consist of the following LT. COL. FRANK R. Porter
tion Fundamentals Class P enlistment in the Regular Navyare I reserve or applying for a commission courses: Aviation Ordnancemen Jr. is commanding officer of the

School at the Training Center. to be allowed to do so accord i are not eligible. School. Classes A, B, and Officers Marine Aviation Detachment at
Soaked with waste fuel "Ma- ing to BuPers Inst 1133.4A. The Instruction is not author- ; Aviation Electrician's Mate the Training< Center with Maj. t 1
mie" was set afire while instructors ity for early transfer to separa- School, Classes A and B; Avia Emmons S. Maloney as executive
taught students meth- INDIVIDUALS desiring discharge tion activity for those persons tion Storekeeper School Class A officer. Maj. Harry B. Stuckpy
ods of combatting airplane fires. three months or less priorto desiring to reenlist but who do and Supply .Officers; Aviation is training officer for Aviation ,
""Mamie" a'surveyed Corsair normal expiration of enlist- not wish to do so at their present Fundamentals (Class P) School; Fundamentals (Class P) School. ,,,',:.
fighter-bomber was towed ment as extended will also be allowed duty stations. Naval Air Weapons Systems Other School Training Officers

away blackened and fire- to do so. Further information can be School; and Aviation Ground are Comdr Robert Woodside,
scarred and another one will be If personnel are discharged found in BuPers Inst. 1133.4A of Officers SchooL Aviation Ground Officers School; jy
substituted to take her place. within three months of their nor- Jan. 2. Serving under Capt. Moore are Comdr. Thomas Casey, Jr., Naval .::
mal expiration of enlistment or Air Weapons Systems School;
as extended they are entitled to s,, Comdr, Lawrence Heron, Avia-
receive payment of mileage and TI a tion Electrician's Mate School;
I lump-sum payment for unused Comdr. Luther Miller, Aviation
leave upon discharge and the re- Ordnanctnien School; and Lcdr.
enlistment bonus.PERSONNEL !0. wr _William Wright, Aviation Storekeeper -

SALTY HUMOR FROM discharged more :& School.. .

HERE AMP THEREA than three months prior to the
F New Cub Seoul Den
expiration of enlistment or ex- ?
small retailer had been piration of extended enlistmentin
trying for months to collect an. accordance with the instruc- __ For Boys 8 To 11

overdue bill. All his threats.. tion are entitled to the reenlist- Good news for boys between 8
were disregarded. As a last resort ment bonus but are not entitledto and 11 years old who live aboard
he sent a tearjerking letter receive pay for unused leaveor ,the Station is the announcementof
accompanied by a snapshot of mileage. t V Y ( a new Cub Scout Den by Pack
his little daughter. Under the Those desiring discharge and 131.
picture he wrote: reenlistment in accordance with ,'4 p1 The addition of Den 6, with
"The reason I must have the this instruction are required to Mrs. Phyllis Bronson as Den
money t" sign a written request to this ef Mother, depleted the membership
The reply was a photo of a %b t f k waiting list and has room for

blonde in a bathing suit, labeled: On a Miami-New York flightwas more. Master Sergeant James
"The reason I can't pay." a lively youngster who near- West 1222-B Hancock St., who i is
ly drove everyone crazy. He was the recruiting committeeman, is
Three men sat on a park running up and down the aisle all set to take applications from

bench. The man in the middlesat when the stewardess started -........-..--- --.---.--- eligible boys and their"oarerus.
quietly as though asleep but serving coffee and ran smack NEW ADMIN OFFICER I The monthly Pack meeting will
the men on each side were going into her, knocking the coffee to I Comdr. Mitchell Comdr. William Mitchell FaetuLani(left) be held tomorrow night at 1930
arrived from
through the motions of fishing. the floor. I newly Norfolk listens attentively as in Scout Hall. The selected themeis
With deadly seriousness they As he stood watching her clean Lcdr. "Pete" Deputy, whom he "Eyes in the Skies." Plans for
jerked their lines gently and up the mess she glanced up at: New AdmiN relieves, outlines the main responsibilities the Blue and Gold Banquet, which
swiftly wound imaginary reels.A the boy and said: of his new Job. will be held in February, and
:
sauntered Deputy will move to NAS CHit Scout Month will be discussed.One .
policeman over,
At NASComdr. Field to
"Look why don't you run out: Officer command Attack
shook the man in the middle Squadron 12. of the most popular activitiesof
fide and play?
and asked "Are these two nuts the Pack held recently was a
1 William Cornelius school in Paterson and
went
On
"
your friends? visit to the planetarium at tho
"Yes, officer" A reporter from a big city Mitchell formerly with Fleet Air- to win his BA degree from Syra- Children's Museum on Riverside
at the officeof borne Electronics Training Unit, cuse University New York wherehe
Well, get them out of here newspaper stopped I Avenue, Jacksonville.
then." a little rural weekly. Duringthe NAS Norfolk, assumes the dutiesof majored in chemistry. Enlisting .
"Right away officer," said the conversation he asked. the I Administration Officer of NAS I in the Navy in New York A woman tourist posed for a
man in the middle and he began aged editor of the weekly "How J Jax tomorrow, relieving Lcdr. M. City in June, 1942, he won his snapshot in front of the fallen
rowing vigorously. do you manage to keep a circula "Pete" Deputy who has held down wings and a commission at NAS pillars of an ancient temple in
&ion-in a town where the people I the post for the past two and a Jacksonville six months later. Greece. "Don't get the car in the

Twas in a restaurant they know what everyone else. is doing .-: hah years. During his war service he was picture," she warned "or rajr
met ?" Deputy now goes to HAS Cecil awarded two Distinguished Flying husband will thing I ran into the
Romeo and Juliet. The country editor grinned Field where he will command Crosses and seven Air Medals. place."

He had no cash to pay the little and replied, "The main reason I.. Attack Squadron 12. He his wife and three sons are o
debt, they read the paper is to see Comdr. Mitchell is a native of now living in Quarter LOS aboard Porter "Carry your bag, sir,"
So Romeo'd what Juliet. who's been caught at it." Passaic, N. J., attended high the Station. Seaman: "Let her walk.

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i Guided Missile Branch Of HAWS School rl. "


First Of Its Kind, Graduates 500 Men I'' _____

With Its personnel representing: 335 years experience in the

Navy and nearly 100 years of instructional experience, the Air ,
Launched Guided Missile Branch of the Naval Air Naval Air Wea-
y tLT
pons Systems School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, ,
has graduated more than 500 highly qualified officers and men '

since 1952.Formally. LIANh
commissioned in
tion could supply equipment
1953 with the objective of train
THE PERSONNEL responsible
ing personnel to man the new
for directing the training of students \
missile squadrons, this school, f 4b, y d S. o 3j
within the Naval Air Weapons -
the first of its kind in Naval history (
Systems School are: Comdr.T. .
trained, has Guided continually Missilemen supplied before '. H. Casey Jr., training officer; ;r J- :; } I1

xrdr W. E. Inzer, assistant train.
crash programs in produc- ing officer; ChaveloTech R. E.

I Blood, Guided Missiles Branch

phase oiucer.
In the highly complex and .O,
technical field of Guided Missiles >K ; :p >
}Sirs
the 27 instructors are the
most highly qualified technicians
possible to obtain within the
Navy and the level of training
throughout the Air Launched
Guided Missile course demands
..f
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian students of the same high caliber. FlIIt'! __ "'>>w. ::N .

i/or all Navy libraries in the area) Small classes assure the optimum TO CLASS THEY GO Students at the Naval Air Weapons Systems School walk by dpi in
2 of learning opportunities to the individual front of school On way to classes. Officers left to right of sign are Lt. G. A. Thornton, training offi-
The New World: Volume student. Presently there cer, and ChavelcTech R. E. Blood, phase officer, Air Launched Guided Missiles Branch.

Churchill's History of the Eng- are 48 officers and men matriculating "'___. ...... ,_. ",,",, $ : FI'<,< ;:. <':':NyK::'',.fypvnrr. .. .en.. .e.r:,7.. _1f
lish Speaking from Peoples the covers of the the at this school : ': # Jre !i4.lt *' :" ': : U "
subject age ,, :} .
LAUNCHED Guided .
THE AIR .
''Tudors to the reign'of William .'${."'i<;:;.oi::'>>"t,j.(': > rt':: : <:""' < w'>:" :;: ..' .'.' ... rr.. : 1
: : ', 'fi'S''t17: ( t.JP ; : : .
Missile branch 23- : : : '
presents a ; :
.. .
and Mary-a significant period! ' :L .j\;\: '.'''.".::: l ; ]
week course in three phases of ,.<&': .;; v," :(:,'W', "' :i"'<......> "'" .:.< ; i:' .. ....... ..... .. ,,:
"
,
We expect it will be even more : / > *-t1: ?ff::; ,,:ii,. <}.'. ,
instruction. Phase I includes instruction -
popular than the first volume.

novel Many has a best had its seller romance historical and Sparrow I on, Sparrow the Petrel II,, Bullpup SparrowIII _i : + ? : !


i adventure given here.supplied by the facts Basic electronics, and Missile, Sidewinder servomechanism and fire-control Missiles.theory ); } frl S St'I

World Of Mathematics The
:
I and
gyroscopes, hydraulics
i four volumes of the literature of in ; J
included
guidance systems are
mathematics from ATi-Mose the ab7 .i JI I
I the phase. ? z
:
.
Scribe to Einstein. We call ,... I
your Phase II teaches the .
Attention to it again because 'it Sparrow Missile test operationof equip- ______ ,_ _.. .,., *L.i. .. ,

(has proved to be interesting as ment and the component tests of hfr5 %ry $ .l

well as informative reading not missile sections and component .
only for the mathematician but repair. >

also for the general reader who Phase III covers overall systems .
always enjoys history and biography test of the Sparrow Missile .r A ia.3'
On Naval War rA 2+' ]
( Collegelist and the systems test. equipment. '

of suggested professional Upon completion of the course, Y.O.
reading) / :M ; _
graduates are fully qualified to _
Love Or Perish: A recent ed- test, maintain, operate, and repair _
itorial in the local newspaper the Sparrow I Missile and

used this work to point its mes- its associated test equipment. ...::,... : y ;
sage. If you've missed it we sug- .$ _
gest that the discussion of man's
need for love-or compassiontolead Safety Council r

a satisfactory life is well
worth adding to your list of Hears Stress OnIndustrialHygiene J : s
_
1 1A.
"reading I've enjoyed. < b

U. S. Foreign Policy: 1945-1955: :"'>X"'A..I.: '.'..__. .W/K............, ... .._.....,r-n...'.m
'Broader in scope than some of CLASS INSTRUCTIONS Chief aviation electronics technician R. E. Blood, phase officer at
'the annuals on the subject. Material Air Launched Guided Missiles Branch, Instructs a class at the Naval Air Weapons Systems School.
is reexamined with Stressing industrial hygien < 6' """
an ::f.WIl1 W.iW :n. <>-' ""'':= ;' "
analysis of the causes of successor one of the major factors of indus
failure of the major problemsSpeechmaker's trial safety, Ronald E. Byrd, Industrial -
Hygienist at the Naval
Complete Air Station, addressed the Federal
Handbook: Toastmasters! Take
Safety Council meeting last weekat
note! NATTCenter. k .
Brainwashing: Now that the
reserve list is diminished we'll Outlining problems of hygieneat
dare to tell the rest of you we the many operations of the
have this amazing account of the Station, Byrd explained methodsof
horror of brainwashing and the I combatting them and precau-
tions taken offset them.
to.
courage of the men who defied
it. Problems Include skin, respira-

By Sea And By Stealth: Midget tory, lighting, heat, radiation,
submarines, underwater demolition noise and dermatitis. r

teams, etc. provide excitement 4
galore in factual ac- How's Your '
count of surprise attacks by sea'

during World War II. n <,
Mate?
Rescue: Another thrilling book Hoofing,
tells of the difficult and exciting
work of rescuing pilots downed Opening classes in the newly -L1r---
in the area from the Arctic to organized course of dance Instruction ELI \
Japan. began this week in
'
Record Building 503N at NATTCenterand ::: +
Repairing Changers: N: ;
FIRST nAND u
I Instructor Warner V. Middlebrook -
GFC' gives instructions to M/Sgt
For the home handyman! A practIcal will continue on Mondayand and C. G. Weirick, ADZ, on Navy's Sidewinder!; missile. _
guide to all models, including Wednesday evenings from
portable phonographs, hI.fI, 19002200.The School, a student of Miss Joyner, Huge Jet AuxiliaryBase space at Pensacola made it ne-

units and magnetic tape record- classes are open to all military are handling the instruction cessary to seek a site elsewhere.A .
personnel and their depen- classes.
ers.Rebecca's Pride: The title dents. Instructions include every Anyone interested in joiningthe Seen For Ala, Navy site selection board has

doesn't tell but we willanothergood step in basic dancing to modem classes may contact Chief Escambia County, in Alabama, recommended a site about.12

mystery. swing and Latin-American dances Bowen at Building 611, extension may win approval of the Navy miles from Brewton, Ala. But a

Dead Storage: So is this. Miss Ann Joyner, an outstanding 8471, or at the dance classes Mon- which is planning a $50 million Navy spokesman warns that the

Shad Run: Plenty of vIolent dance analyst and instructorat days and Wednesdays in Build- auxiliary jet base of about 8000 project is a "long time in the
action in a novel of Poughkeepsie! the local Arthur Murray ing 503N. acres to serve in connection with offing and might never materialize. -

when it was small fishing vil- Studio, and Walter Bowen, AEC,, One instructor will be available NAS Pensacola. I. But," he added, "chances are
lage. (Romance, too, of course!) of Aviation Ordhancemen's: for every 10 students. Congestion of land and air it will."





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Official CharterThe "' ''. The newly organized Navy Civilian .
"
: Toastmasters Club of

\ Jacksonville elected its officialsfor
MarNav Easy 7 Toast
1 1957 at Tuesday night's session
masters Club received it'* \ with Gordon King chosen

charter last Thursday at a as president.

Charter Night Banquet, held Other officers selected included

at the Chiefs Club. Aubrey Silvey, Educational Vice-

Lieutenant Governor J. F. \3 r I' President; Andy Planey, Administrative -
Vice-President Carl
Hebb of the "Sunshine Dis ;
McCranie, Secretary; Lawton
trict" of Toastmasters International a
-
2V < Green, Treasurer; and George-
presented the charterto Hyde, SergeantatArms.The .

Club president, M/Sgt. W. officers will be installedat

T. Hall at ceremonies at the V next Tuesday's meeting, to beheld

close of the meeting.The at 1930 at the Cumberland I

MarNav Easy 7 Club Road[ Community HalL

Tuesday night's program, arranged -
was recently organized by
t
by Aubrey Silvey also
Navy and Marine personnel in featured icebreaker speeches by

pay grade E-7 The 21 members Mike Cascone and Ray Forrest.
--- "- -"
their wives and Cascone on Life,"
spoke "My
guests LOOK OVER CHARTER Officers of the MarNavy Easy-7 Toastmasters Club are looklnr over
attended the affair. the club's new charter, presented last Thursday In ceremonies at the CPO Club Left to right are while Forrest's talk centered
AFTER A SHORT business M/Sft. W. T. Hall, president; Harold Rich, AKC, ser a ant-at-arms': Paul Reeves, PNC administrative around "Proper Letter Writing." I
session, the meeting was turned vice-president. ; M/Sft. Ralph Davies, secrdar1-tre surer; and Howard Heck, AEC, educational Evaluators for the speeches were

over to toastmaster Harold vice-president. Gordon_ ) King_ Don.. Moran_ d _and.
Rich, who introduced the four Lawton Green, with Otis Deck

speakers. They were, in the Hard Liquor For POs Education Extension reporting from the "er" counter,

order of their speeches, M/Sgt. and Bill Clearman as timekeeper.Carl .

Donald Muller, Chief Roy McCranie was topic master;

Suberly (ret.), M/Sgt. An- Better Information Program Among Navy PlansIt Andy Planey acted as toastmaster -

thony Cocco and M/Sgt. Robert ; and Aubrey Silvey deliveredthe

Larson. invocation.
will be hard liquor for .
Ewrightson Harville, AKC, I their final discharge. The serv- cent infeasible or invalid. How-
first and second class
petty
acted as general evaluator and iceman would be required to reenlist ever, 56 percent were judged to Speaking on "How You Can
officers in the EM clubs
at the conclusion of the speech re- within 90 days of his dis- be in the "command attention" Save $500 a Year," Ron Morelandwas
tention of serviceman's GI
evaluations, turned the meeting educational a benefits until he charge, thereafter his KoreanG. category, which somewhat the weekly winner of the
back to the president, who I. Bill rights would be "kepton alarmed the Chief of Naval Per- Jax Navy Toastmaster Club 546

then introduced Lt. Gov Hecb, retires or joins the Fleet Re- ice" up to 20 or 30 years re- sonnel, because many of the pro- speech contest. Jim Reil's subject,
and information
serve, more "I Can Dream Can't I?" took
of Jacksonville.The tirement. posals had apparently been sub- sec-
concerning matters affectinghim
invocation was given HOWEVER, THE VETERANS mitted because the word had not ond place.
by Chaplain I Capt. F. A. in the fleet, are among Administration is attacking the gone out that they already had Other talks included Vince
benefits the is
Navy planning
Burke and the benediction was to proposal as not only too costly, been acted upon. Anania's "Hints on Preparing and
given by Lt. Ken Knoizen. adopt. Giving a Speech," and Bob Tel-
but as it would thwart the intentof The Chief of Information is
THE CHARTER was the sec- These and others, some ap- the Bill-which was to give studying plans to expand PIO ler's "The Pros and Cons of Segregation -

ond to be presented to a Sta- proved, some still being studied, temporary aid to men who had organization, with more indi- ." Bill Barren was the _j

tion group to date. The Jax rose from the senior Navy en- given up their civilian pursuitsto vidual assignments to journalist, master of ceremonies. Emanuel 4.
.Navy Officers ToastmastersClub listed men's conferences held last I Timms' talk was "Lack of Interest '
fight a war. Defense, and the more stress on hometown news,
has had at San Diego and Bainbridge Among Civilians in the Armed
its charter for summer -
military services, believe it and better means of "passing theword"
some time. The Navy Civilian to help the Cordiner Forces.
would be negligible. within the Navy, Aware- n
Toastmasters Club of Jax will Pay Committee. The Navy's Guests included Comdr. Robert ,f
Adm. Holloway said that 169 ness of the importance of the
soon apply for its charter, plan of carrying out recommendations Woodside of NATTCenter and Lt.
of the 328 proposals made by the Navy is sought by wide distribu-
making it three ToastmastersClubs of the conference groups Rudy Branum of NARTU.
two enlisted conferences have tion of the Navy's credo, and .
.
.
has been revealed Vice Adm.
aboard the Station believed by
-
been studied with 12 percent of service-wide distribution of the
to be a record of some James L. Holloway, Chief of these found to be in need of ad- booklet "The Increasing Im- Slaps At Technicians

sort. Naval Personnel. ministrative action, and 27 per- portance of the Navy." Chief Quartermaster William
THE NEW POLICY ON hard J. Stanley is the author of a

liquor was approved last Novem- prize-winning essay entitled
Dance TonightTo ber by the Secretary of the On-Site Management Survey Made; "The Operators" (Dec. Issue,

Navy, and goes into effect soonas Naval Institute Proceedings Mag-

Gary Band General Order No. 15. Pay BuAer Board Ends InspectionThe azine) in which he declares ex-

grades E-6 and E-5 who are over tra pay for technicians "coulddo

At Bldg. 3 21 may drink their Scotch, Ryeor On Site Survey Board, headed by Rear Adm. R. E. Blick, de- incalulable harm to the Navy..

Bourbon thereafter in their' parted the Naval Air Station for NAS Sanford Tuesday, after a 10- Technicians, he argues, are after

clubs. Corresponding grades in day stopover during which NAS Cecil Field and the Naval Air all "only one small part of a

Billed as "The Hottest New the Army, Air Force and Marine' Technical Training Center also were surveyed.The great team." For this he gets a

Name in Show Business," Russ Corps already have this privilege.The Board differed from pre- gold medal and $700.

Gary and his orchestra will play Bureau budget is studyingthe vious inspection parties which functional management survey
Adm. Blick said it had intention
directed by the Chief of Naval no
for an enlisted dance tonight at Navy-sponsored legislative have inspected the Jacksonville of
to
attempting bring
2000 at the Mainside Gym.A proposal to let servicemen retain based commands. As of last year, Operations under the Navy In- about a standard pattern to every
basketball their Korea G. I. Bill educationaland the old annual District inspec- spector General. station.
game between the "We recognize that local
vocational rights until after tion gave way to the present THE PROGRAM IS set up on
conditions
Jax Navy Fliers and Pinecastle differences in mission
the basis of two survey parties
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AFB at 1800 will precede the composed of a permanent nu- and geographical situations, fre-
quently demand different approaches -
dance. cleus of about 12 officers each.
to the same problems in .
Gary is a newcomer to Jax, One operates under the Bureauof order to get the best results."
Aeronautics and the other
this being his first visit. Accord- What the Board is concerned
under the Bureau of The
Ing to all advance reports, local Ships. with is observing how the dif-

dance fans are in for a real treat, survey parties are augmented in ferent stations achieve efficient,

for Gary's combo rates rather '7"y / specific instances by additional economical results in their opera-
:
ir ,
in
specialists their
high in dance band circle '"" respective tion, and bringing outstanding
,, Bureaus who are not permanently -
Although the orchestra is com- methods employed to the atten-
., attached to the Board but
tion of all the stations. "In
paratively small in number, skill- pt' many
whose interests
and
.. :: backgroundsare "
full arrangements, played by instances, the admiral said, "a
valuable to the Board.
some of the finest niusicians in very large savings to the gov-
the : !t Fifty percent of the Board's ernment has been realized
country, give this band a
sound that rivals similar musical .l\\\.l0 \\\ time is spent in the field, the through the introduction of ideas
groups twice its size. rest in the Pentagon. Its missionis that have proved successful in a

to make recommendations, particular station and have been

Can Print Photo, \ )lr; # I ," study based of on the their activities observation surveyed and, welcomed another station.as highly. applicable in <

Film ....:.) )) 1iS for improved methods, consolida- AN INDIVIDUAL activity will
In LightA i tions and better utilization of be surveyed by the Board not

photo-sensitive vinyl plasticfor personnel in order to achieve ef- more than once a year, "but it
,
,.,
prints which can be processedin : ,. u""" """ "1) ficient and economical results. could be longer, depending on
five minutes in a lighted room ,. WORKING UNDER BuAer, circumstances."

without chemicals or water has the Blick party will survey Adm. Buick had the highest

been developed by the Army Sig- LEAD SURVEY PARTY Rear Adm. R. E. BUck left) and every naval air station within praise for military officers and

nal Corps. The plastic is not af- Capt. Porter Lewis, executive assistant, confer on observationsmade the continental United States this civilian personnel of the Station

fected by the gamma rays which on recent survey of NAS lax, NAS Cecil Field, and NATT- who, he said, showed the utmost
Center. This was the second stop on a nationwide survey of naval year.With
cause ordinary photo paper to air stations. The party departed for NAS Sanford yesterday after an avowed purpose of being cooperation to Board members
"fog." a 10-day visit. helpful and constructive, during their stay here.






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Fasron SixUnbeaten .--. : -- -' .,,-'. : S .


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Mainside BBFasron

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Six has moved to the
forefront of the mad race in the'' .
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Mainside Intramural Basketball > .
League sporting the only unblemished 'I .

ord. mark with a 5-0( rec- )i,:' ; j t;{,: ::l / \ .>rl9f:: <. '.'::, '

Close on the heels of the lead. -.-
ers and still very much in conteniion : : ">

are Hospital VFP-62 and ., ,,'< ,
VW.4, with only one loss each. ; .-

FASRON SIX in front ,. .
stayed .
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with 70-31 verdict ,. ,
a over :Medical I .. ,. '. --k. ':--
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last week. -
VW-4 made its presence felt -
by racking up two fine wins a s _.
56-37 triumph over the Marinesand -
a 60-52 win over VP-S. Mea-
dows paced the winners against r _
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the Marines with 10 markers, ,.- M ._ -, -
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while Keller looped 17 for the 're 4.
losers.

HOSPITAL was: unbeaten untilit
fell before VF-62, 6359.: Hospital -
rebounded with a 74-54 decision
over VP-18. Fasron 109
logged two wins in whipping :
Personnel 61-59 in an overtime
fracas, and won em forfeit from
Supply.In .

other games VF-171 drubbed!

VF-22, 47-29; VP-18 win over ,
Faetu, 66-32; VAII-3 swampedthe
Marines 82-50; :FAW41
measured Supply 53-43. ;; and ,
Medical won on forfeit( from Op-
erations. "on" .m___. ... __.___......,.._...._. ... n ,.", _
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SIGHT TO DREAM OF, NOT TO TELL" And so members of the Navy Jax Sailing Crab tried out their Rhodes Bantam
last Saturday afternoon .n the St. Johns Hirer. Unfortunately, choppy waters on the river proper confined their aeI ,
I to the more quiet waters of the bay areas. The It members of the club -enthusiastic about their new boats, two of which
: here. Many happy hours of sailing are planned for the approaching_warm season.


t :. ( : ; Snap Out Of It With Golf Squad Picked; : Marine Cagers .


..... : : Over GC, Ft. Stewart Opens Play Feb 16 ,Oppose Gordon;

,, Fliers have returned to the victory trail after a bad stay in Six men have qualified fora :Bow To AirmenThe
l by posting two well earned triumphs last week. The berth on the 1957 varsityJax
..,
,-> the neighboring Green Cove Springs Navy Bullets, Navy golf squad. NATTCentcr Marines
Thursday and followed with an overtime 82-75 verdict 'smarting from an 82-78 setbackat
Team captain Lcdr. Walt
Ft. Stewart Ga. club on Friday. the hands of Pinecastle Air
held a 33-23 half- Strader turned in the low Force Base take on the signalmen -
against Green Cove and Stewart with 28. qualifying score of 77. Lou of Fort Gordon this Satur-

the pace to break the I MONDAY AND TUESDAY the Chaff and Bud Loffif posted a day on the Georgians' home
winning streak at six. Fliers were at Ft. Gordon, Ga., 78; Bob Taylor. Mike Benak court.
with results unavailable. The Marines will not play any
and Russ Boux- ,
and F. R. Richards shot 79 82
,
the Fliers with 16 Tonight the Fliers return to home games :for at least a week
each, with Joe Gregory their home bailiwick to entertain and 87 respectively.The while the deck at King Hall undergoes -
14. Sam Hollingsworth Pinecastle Air Force Base at 1800 team will open the season repatrs. I
for Green Cove with 21. at Mainsid gym. Directly following against Robins Air Force Against the Pinecastle cagers
43-28 at halftime the game will be an enlisted Base, Ga., Feb. 16, and then the Marines seriously handicapped -
) I Stewart the Fliers men's dance at 2000. meet the Univereity of Floridaon themselves when four of
: :fire in the second half Friday the Fliers host West Feb. 17. Both matches will their starters and a front-line
have the Georgians come Palm Beach Air Force Base at be held on the home course. reserve fouled out with several
tie the count 72-72. The 2015. In the preliminary the Jax minutes still left to be played in
; won out in over- Navy volleyballers clash with the 28, and return Jan. 31 to host the game. Chief beneficiary of the
Jim Good looped 30 Palm Beachers.The I the powerful Gibbs Vikings, an NATTCenter miscues was the
cervices."A: to lead the Fliers, with Fliers go on the road Jan. i independent powerhouse. Airmen's Jim Carney who capitalized -
Frank DeMent caging on 22 of 29 free throw
: : Wilkes was high for attempts and ended the game witha
composite total of 36 points.
Face Tom Salvino paced the losers
: with 23 points to give him a 14-
; : point average for the six games
; : Cove in which he has appeared. Don
; Holxnan who netted eight pointshas

: Monday F? : :games.a 16-point average.for 20

Jax Navy boxing squad e. -
: to Green Cove Springs
; : ( ,. January 28, at 1930 ;Eubanks Posts.IloleIn.Onc
; on the Greenies in their
dual meet of the season. .
: previous encounter,. .. 1 # .
4 Leonard Eubanks, Industrial
b ,
w V
at NATTCenter,the two -
relations' officer at NAS Jax, has
: ; six bouts. .., '4 1r 5 '3c4 -.' "' joined he select "hole in one"club.
coach Bob Perkins will -* .+ k2 Ar --.J ;J4. ;r .
: men for the eight sched '. ', -M .. %-. ,I. .' 1 : Eubanks got his. hole-in-one
from a crop of 13 ,'.,._.. S
4 -. ,.' ';4. Sunday afternoon at Hyde Parkon
will probably pick his ; the 186-yard 11th hole, a par
the :following; Don -
three
1 v using a three iron.Playing .
147; Larry Howard* 170;; in the foursome with
112; Ray Sha- Eubanks
__, ... and witnessing the ace,
126 Ron Pearson 165 -.wy;i.'V' i "' ... -- ,.-------
;; ; were Charley Field, Bill Williams
3' Pearson* Heavy; Dick I, BJUmiEKS IN GLOVES Middleweight Bomald Pearson and Dyke Moore.
Heavy; Joe Zuker, 147;!, take aim on tae heavy aag a* brother Haaav a heavyweight weeks With one of the goals of a
147; Bob Whisenand; out fee the Jax Navy boxing team for foitlMemiag actie*. Itottk I
Robles 115 Ittnk 1 are from Faaroa' 109.. Tb. Jan Navy ristgmen clash with Green golfer now posted; Eubanks. is in
; i Cove Springs Navy Monday and will also vk In the Coldest Gloves .training now for the other a
159; Don Bishop, 139. tourney opening in lax Feb. 11. par 72 for 18 holes.r .



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24 January JAX AIR NEWS Page 7.

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Tomboys Spoil "jr) j"' "H' :Volleyballers



Home Debut I rI Host WPB FridayThe


Of .\ / Q r Jax-Navy volleyball) team
CrackerjaxJax
got off on the right foot last week

.Navy's Crackerjax' home when they soundly trounced the
inecastle Air Force Base team
debut last Sunday was an inaus-
picious one as they felt the wrathof Friday in three successive games.

a star-studded Atlanta Tomboy Lcd by front-liners Bill Flanders,
[f fb. pi r Wes Winstcd and John Lopcr
,
combine 2-30, at King HalL
the Navy sextet won by scores of
Rush and Carolyn John-
Betty 1/:' 15-8, 15-5, and 15-11.
son did. practically all of the
point-making for the local Waves, The Jax Navy team next engages .
"
I Iji
the West Palm Beach "Y"
with 19 and five points respec-
the Mainsidc Friday at
at Gym on
tively. Ruth Turner led the Tom- :
boys with 26 points.. ; 1830. The team, practicing this
week at Mainside because of repairs -
Buddy Deno, newly named being made at NATTCen-

coach of the Crackerjax, hopes to ter's Rosendahl Gym is whipping

improve the Waves' present record into shape for the Fifth Annual

of 03. h.' Y.M.C.A. Invitational Volleyballmeet
The Crackerjax, long a domin-
to be held February 2 in
ant figure in regional basketball
ji cnsacola, Florida.
circles, meet the Parris Island M
,. Coach Dodd Smith proudly
Marines Feb. 2-3 in their next i ;
: (
i":7 ,
; : ,: : j,
home encounter. :> >C' states that, 'If the fans want to

<, sec volleyball as it should be
played, they should see us in
Stinkers In Front t action."

ATTA GmL"Carol Johnson of the lax Navy Crackerjax goes! high Into the air to take the 4Y' .
Of Wives lowlers Jump from Adele Frather, of the Atlanta Tomboys, in a fray played here last Sunday. Watching the '
NATTCenter Enlisted Men's play left to rlgfit) are Ruth Brothers, Joan Rainey, Barbara Watkins, Betty Thurmond, and Ann Announces
Cooper. The Atlanta Tomboys 'won this one, 62-30.
Wives Bowling League results:

Last week's outstanding scorers Wood Tops Archers Winter Slate;

were Kathy Evers, 173, Rose '

Weatherby, 177, Sue Taylor, 168., In Squad ShootThe 'JAXR 'QDflDTQ Men WelcomeThe
:
Kathy Evers: had a series of 523

which was high for the week. Jax Navy Freelance Bow- .orUKidr Winter activities schedule

Won last hunters held an intrasquad shoot, 1VEW.7NAWS at the Jacksonville YMCA, 221
,
Stinkers 13 0 I :
Trailer 11 7 last Sunday which saw Roger Riverside Ave., has been an-
Drures 10 8
SnHtB 10 10 Wood walking off with top honorsin _._. nounced. Along with regular **Y"
Woodpeckeil 8
KonokFKatz 7 11 the featured Handicap division. I activities, special classes in square

Choppers 7 6 11 12 Open division honors went to Gains PossessionOf and ballroom dancing, judo, :fencing .
I and life-saving will be held.
Victor Galan who shot a 110 and
The gym opens daily at 1000
AGO Cops Roy Hcdberg who chalked up a except Saturday when it opensat

75. Captain's Trophy 1515.

Results of Handicap Division Activities include:

20th Win shoot: With delivered on target, the athletes of the Naval Air Weapons Systems
Ed Mcrril
Roger Wood, 473; weightlifting and correctiveexer-
.
448; Paul Underwood, 428; J. S. School, specialists in air launched hided missiles at the NATTCenter cise from 1900 to 2000; and wres-
In Row the symbolic of outstanding ath.
Betz, 421. have whisked Captain's Trophy, tling from 2000 to 2100.
letic achievement, out of the grasps of more than ten contenders. '
Bill Weatherby, president of Tuesday Badminton and
Sparked by the brilliant playof the Freelancers, announced that Having captured the trophy the trophy.A Fencing from 1900 to 2030; and

Benny Taylor who scored 48 an Archery exhibit will be held honors for the third consecutive check of the standings Volleyball :from 1215 to 1330.

points in two games, Aviation Sunday, January 27, at 1400 on year, the Missileroen, stu- shows that the Missilemcn re- Wednesday Basketball

Ground Officers School won its the corner of San Juan and Lake dents ,of NATTCenter's newest lied upon consistently placing"in league, 1900 to 2130; ,and father-

20th straight game in NATTCenter Shore Blvd. All hands are invitedto school, now have earned the the money" rather than son swimming from 1900 to 2000.

intramural league play and' attend and there will tc no right to permanent possessionof collecting a vast number of Thursday Gymnastics, 1900to

remained the only undefeatedteam charge for admission. the coveted award. first place berths.IN 2000; Volleyball and Wrestlingfrom

in the circuit. t. TilE TROPHY competitionis CAPTURING last year's 2000 to 2130.
I
The Ensigns last week dumped off thcTimei being resumed this year cup, the Sparrows not only Friday Judo, 1930 to 2130;
Aviation Electricians, 44-34, and Rhymes with another statuette being placed in the top slot in three and Volleyball from 1215 to 1330.

rolled up a 67-41 victory over, SHED: ATtA R put on the line. activities; checkers, bowling,
9 eI!R /:\ Saturday Wrestling, body
Marine Aviation Detachment. HOCR UT M"TCH ) The Sparrows, who captured and tennis, but rolled up an building and corrective exercise

Tom Hinton tallied 20 points for W U eAc WAS sIMRR three first places in lastyear's appreciable amount of pointsby from 1300 to 1400; father-son gym

the winners against the Marinesand intramural competition: placing second in five I at 1430 followed by swimming at

Dick Coppertino 18 for the have competed in. every tport phases of competition and 1515.

losers. on the agenda over the past third in three. The swimming schedule is dIvided -

MEANWHILE AVIATION \ three years, thus garnering Some of the Sparrows' team into classes. When classes'are

Fundamentals was bowing to the enough total points to capture captains still aboard the Cen- not being held, the pool is

strong Aviation Storekeepers, 80- ter are Cliff Mitchell, basket- open to the public. Classes are

71, for their first defeat of the, .,. ball; Harold Varnes, badminton conducted in beginning and ad-

season. Ray Powell, forward for "'.: ":":, ; Claud Foster and Bell vanced swimming and life saving.

the Storekeepers, tallied 30 Fuller, bowling; Gerald Paul Servicemen may use "Y" facilities -

,.. ., and Ben Rotter, softball; for
points, bringing his season's totalto ,, :., 35-cents and may join
124* an average of 31 points a :: ::: Frank Grantham, table tennis; for $10 a year.

game. Earlier the Storekeepers Joe Heald, acey deuccy; Roy Military personnel may obtaina

ers had edged Support Splinters, ..rr Anglin, checkers; Ed Gottleib, bunk for a night at the "Y".for >

60-59, despite tome> heavy 'scoring golf; Don Ethcll, volleyball; 75-ccnts. Bunk facilities are located -

by Art Landy and Bob Bell. and Bill Hubely, football. at 101 Church Street.
The 1957 trophy will be t. .
WITH FRANK DEMENT tally-
known as the Capt. Charles L.
ing 26 and Jim Powell and Joe AvFundTcnPiniicrsRemain
Moore trophy and competitionfor
Clark netting 14 each, the
Splinters slipped by Aviation the cup is already under- Unbeaten
with basketball and
Ordnancemcn, 2-59.; way
bowling. The Bowlers of Aviation Fun-
Jerry Boone's 20 points gave CaptaLn'1! Trophy StandingsTotal damentals School ran their string
AvFun a -64- 2 victory over) Mar- ? Points
J02T.2 of consecutive victories to eight
r fsr':
AvDet with Coppertino getting ft H317Av
Fund School H12 last week as they retained first J
21 for the losers. Dean Natcher's
AK School 7lif>lAE
in their
place quest for a second
35 points paced Aviation Ord- !: School 881.1Su !)
'port Splinter C4AO straight NATTCenter intramural
nancemen 80-35 over Schoo53714MnrAvDs
an romp
5215 bowling championship.Team .
Naval Air Weapons, who also AdminlRtratlon 2625
bowed out to Aviation Electri- leaders: AGO, Dooling, :

cians in a close one, 563.Fred A man threw a nickel towardsthe 142; SS, Morris, 152; AK, Swanson -

Dammeyer, Ralph Par- blind man's cup. The coin 157; NAWS, Garner, 185; \

dee and Joe :Mason led the Elec- missed and rolled along the pave-, MAD, DeVito, 174; AvFund, Burner

tricians with Cliff Mitchell and ment, but the man with the'dark 175; AO, Hinds, 155; AE, Tar-
glasses recovered it. "But !I
Missile- play,
Johnny Isom topping the n 186.NATTC
men. thought you were blind," said BOWLING '.
Won Lost
.
Won Lost rp PA --- the donor. Avl+'unA -School H 0
AOO School 4 0 287 173 AS IN Donald Zonca sillies ba from the corner to 'No, I am not the regular AK School 3 7 I 1
AvPund School 1 259 300 AS GOOD MarA DWeRPBps 3 3Sups
AK School 3 1 200 two points for VP-18 In a Mainride Intramural tussle ''WIthFal'tuLant. blind man, sir," he said.> "I'm S
AK ,School 2 2 242 215 lay up Frank Bray (8eCODd tram left) guards well Inters 3 3A
AO School 2 2 187 180 Teamate just taking his place while he'sat E School 1 5
SupSpltnt 2 2 210 235 on the play. VF-18 conquered Faetu, 66-32. the movies:' AX> School 1 7
MarAvDet 0 4 126 Iff/ AO School 0 8I
NavAlrWeaps 0 4 184 279




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r.ruw S.O.P. Safety AwardsTo a a x,

30 Workers a'' e s :



Q' OfSupplyDept.Thirty r M'

0 ao e
n Supply Department supervisors

received safety awards

for a combined total of 52 years ;
.
without an accident. Monday aft- :.
ernoon at ceremonies held by ,
Capt. J. J. McKinstry, 'NAS i yl

Supply Officer.

After a brief commendation
9
speech by Capt. McKinstry, Lcdr. :

W. M. Williams, material division

officer, presented the award pinsto

the employees.Two .

>372 GET-WELL QUICK men, Donald Whitner and "
English Hilton received awards
CARDS PLEAS e'
for seven consecutive years with- i,. ,,
out an accident. Samuel Kirklandwas !

awarded a six-year pin and
NAVY WIVESCORNER William Sharpe and James Raul-

erson received four and three-

year pins respectively.The .

At the last meeting it w.s I remaining 25 men receiveda
voted unanimously to honor one-year pin. They are Richard SAFETY AWARDS Capt. James J. McKinstry, Supply Officer, presented safety awards to
some 31 civilian employees of the Supply Department Monday. Award winners, shown with Capt.
Ruth Reese Aylward, Henry Behrens Judah
President
outgoing McKinstry and Lcdr. W. M. Williams, material division officer, are front row (left to right) Ed Hoyle. ,
by making her a life time member Bono, Thomas Rowden Jr., Ken- Henry Behrens, Arthur Fraley, Captain McKinstry, Lcdr. Williams, William McDowell, Theodore
of Jax No. 86 Navy Wives. neth Brannan, Harold Bridges Hasle. Second row: William Iierrington. Aubrey Wilson Jr., Richard Aylward, William Grimes, William -
Turley Debevoise Arthur Farley, Sharpe, Harold Bridges, Clyde Wh taker. Third. row: Coy Smith, William Phillips, Judah Bono,
Ruth has served as Presidentfor George Gahagan, William Grimes Thomas Rowden Jr., Charles Hawkins, Turley Debevoise Gerald McKinley. Fourth row: Charles
the past two years and justly Theodore Hasle Charles White George Cahagan, James Raulerson, English Hilton, Samuel Kirkland, Ira Lindsey and Rob-
Hawkins
deserves this honor for all she : _. ,__ trr Keller.
William iierrington, Ed
has done to Jax in
promote 86
Hoyle, Robert Kelly, Ira Lindsey,
all its activities. William McDowell, 'Gerald Mc- Sponsors Of Civil Service Bill Danish Ship Plans

TilE LAST MEETING for her Kinley, William Phillips Coy

to preside at also happened to Smith, Arthur Stringer Jr., Clyde Jacksonville VisitA

be her birthday, so she was pre- Whitaker, Charles White Aubrey Hone For 35Hr. Week Pay Hike
Danish square-rigger the
sented Wilson Jr. ,
a cake, baked by Frances and Frank Wood. -
Danmark will arrive
at Jackson-
Bardin. Four of the employees were Senators and Congressmen who are sponsoring Civil Service ville's Southside GeneratingPlant
Another cake baked not present at the ceremony. legislation in in
by Marilyn Washington are showing concern retaining highly Saturday at 1400.

Ladd, was presented to all qualified< personnel in the Government service by more means The Danmark a training ship,
Rhymes off
thcTimes
the members of the outgoing than a hoped-for pay raise. carries a crew of 16 officers and
board in W tE11 kX! BUY t30/iDS/
appreciation for their
Among the is 35-hour
plans a
1OU 8UY11e seer establishment men and 115 naval cadets. Capt.
by placing them in
service the
to
club. Those hon- t. rU.$4vU4aS (fit'4TH workweek, sponsored by Sena- types of desk Knud L. Hansen is the commandIng -
many jobs now
ored Ruth
were Reese; Shirley YooZ wear
tor Purtell (R. Conn.), who seeksa occupied by the military wasurged' officer of the ship which will
White Vice-President
Ruth t
; t'3c $ be here until Feb: 2.
, Damon, Secretary; and Betty 5-day, 7-hour-day week similarto by Carter Burgess departed -
The ship is on a training cruise
; Moore, Parlementarian.Former the workweeks for State em- Assistant'Secretary of Defense
and has visited several Caribbean
Chaplain, Rita Mann ployees in Connecticut and many for Manpower, as one of
( ports.
his last official acts.
other
states. Admitting the bill
and Treasurer
Bobbie Mason rev -
cently transferred, were not Income Tax is more "exploratory," designedto Mansfield D. Sprague takes
present for the occasion. produce hearings on the questio'n I over the job Feb. 1. '
(Cont from Page 1) of a shorter workweek, than \CL.lJSSl'FtED
-' TIME IS GROWING short to one expected to win enactmentthis I LEGISLATION TO review the
make reservations for the Instal- corded taxpayers. 'operation of the Hatch Act
lation THE PUBLIC IS invited to at- year Senator Purtell hopesat o FOR RENT.
I Banquet and Dance. Members which restricts Civil Service em-
i can contact Shirley tend similar classes to be held at least to give impetus to the ployees from participating in Furn. cottage & bath. $25 per

t EV-7-2833 by Jan. 31 if they ethe Peninsular Life Building, 645 movement the Executive by getting Branch Congressand to political activities, is also asked month. EV-9-7329 or EV-9-

to attend. Lila Smith has been Riverside Ate., Jan. 29, Feb. 5 by a group of Congressmen led 6827.
elected as new corresponding and Feb. 12, from 1900 until "think about it. o by Rep. Lankford, (D. Md.) who 2 rm. furn.! apt. Roosevelt High

secretary and will be installed 2100. ANOTHER PROPOSAL in the says that he and his Colleagues way. EV-9-6480.

along with new officers Feb. 2 at It was also pointed out that individuals hopper is a report urging greater feel the present law should be Furn. small cottage. EV80451.

the Seminole Hotel. having specific problems opportunities for civilians in liberalized to give more leewayas 3 rms. furn. & bath. Mrs. Marion

Capt. S. S. Searcy Jr., Chiefof or questions may be able defense agencies, and their replacement far as the employees' political Breese 852 St. Clair St. Jax. .

Staff, ComFairJax will be the to have them answered by phon- of military personnel rights are concerned.In 3 rm. unfurn. apt. Avail. Feb. 1.

guest speaker. The Navy Band ing the Internal Revenue Officeat wherever possible. Increased executive addition the Administrationfavors $40 per month. CH-9-5969.

will play for dancing and Em- EL 4-7111 and asking for opportunities for promis such legislations as health Buchanan.
mitt Rodifer and Dick Meekin "tax information." ing employees in the defense insurance for Federal employees Cottage. on lake front; $60; CO-
4-8036, Gross.
will entertain. OUT ON ALIMBProw oft-the-job training, creation ofa FOR SALE
A joint board meeting was senior civil service program fora __ h
House trailer. 52 ft. 2 bdrm. Kt
held Jan. 21st at which time ing the poet'spoint thatthere's > ; ;.) top' corps of career employees bath. $2750. Lot 187 Azalea
I
chairmen and committees were beauty I and increased- allowances for Trailer Park. 6301 Roosevelt
selected for the coming year and in a tree overseas employees. However, Boulevard.
they will be Donna Thompson the Administration
is
announced at the said to be House trailer. '
lends 51, 37 ft. 2 bdrms.
enchantment -
next meeting Feb. 6, 1957. t o on-the-fence about approvingany EX-8333 or EV-8-503T.

Three new members were welcomed scene at Sarasota substantial pay raise for 1 bdrm. trailer. 35ft. '51. EV-8-
into the club. They were Fla.Donna classified workers this year. 0273. Davis.
who l t-
-
Nell Taylor Katherine Pritchard recently became 2 bdrm. house. $8750. 1415 Pine-
and Pat Newall. the first Assets grove Av. EV90580. NeaLMISCELLANEOUS
1 I entrant in the B
Florida Citrus w (Cent, from Page 1)
Units Queen contest, Lost Black and white fox terrier -
loves to take and Cecil Acree Jr., for two years. with black harness; Child's

.. Cont.( from Page 1) the sun against : J Recipients of the door prizes at pet; Vicinity of base and Yukon -

nel will return to Jax by rail or of the backdrop the meeting were Catherine : Reward; E. L. Bearden,
softly rolling -
air lift. Pilots will probably be sea and Simpson TV set; Edna Nobles, EV74089.

launched from the carrier and warm, limpid record player; Mathias Stephanz, -- -
will fly straight to Cecil Field. sky Robert Shockley, William Cat- AG 0 10010 R ISOR
Aboard the Coral Sea But what rette and Joe GIoN ANIMA
are Fighter Cusimano radios;
poet would retire nn.taonaania.eia c
Squadrons 11, 103 and Attack to a gloomy k f/''''. Robert Thomson, 100 gallons of ana I E vie V.fins I
Squadrons 104 106, of Carrier garrett to ) gasoline; Pearl King, Arthur nHan: .Baa.naaa1TT5T
Air Group 10 and Detachment scribble lame- ;): Brown, James Walker, Richard RIO IT SNAR Ie 5OoN
31 of Light footed sonnets *'" LaRue John 1M S I [CMA5T
, Photographic Squadron when he could .,;> Kemp and John .. R.ASIA
62.Aboard. bask, I D the .. Shoemaker, portable electric W R E. I 10 S. EE I
' the Randolph, which flow from mixers; ANY. AI6 I E.I I II iTI

will dock at Mayport, are Fighter Donna's blonde gentlywaving 9 And Ray Datres,D. A. Portnay, IS I I ''L 1L.IA If N S cs LAN.. B 010 o.TEN Po

ti Squadron 62, Fighter Squadron hair. 1 Kenneth Nesset, Mrs. Robert Rossini IT -,SEED
1 102, Attack Squadron 46, Attack The event In Da4P.SdNI' Raymond Wirth and Victoria -
it Squadron 176 of Air Task Group which Donna Potts, steam irons. (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle)
Is competing
202, and Detachment 36 of Light will be held ** --- Stormville, N. Y. A prison break

Photographic Squadron 62. Feb. 11 to 16 Inside Job For the world sequence in the film was de-

$ The Randolph sailed for the at Winter premiere of his new movie, "Pub- scribed by the warden .as "one
,Med last July, while the Coral the Haven citrus, Fla.,ex-at '" lie Pigeon No. I," Red Skelton II of the funniest" he had seen in a

Sea departed in August. position. selected Greenhaven Prison at I movie.r .