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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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August 25, 1955


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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as(Tile the followtnr new re *It rve the tt.first) tf ft series The following have been taken tirely new reserve system? in which this act provides affirmative and (d) establishment of a lesser I(
To answer many of the from the pamphlet. No. It- merely amends two of legislation: (a) Improvementin military obligation for individuals i
questions which have arisen 1. What Is the purpose of the Re- the principal laws constituting the the structure of the reserve who enter the armed forces after }
concerning the new military serve Forces Act of 1955 T foundation for the reserve forces; forces; (b) establishment of a clear the act becomes law, and perform i;
reserve law, the House Armed Its purpose Is to Improve the namely, the Armed Forces Reserve obligation to take part in reserve active service.
Services Committee has prepared measures by which: our reserve Act of 1952 and the Universal training, and effective measures to 4. What Is the present reserve I
a pamphlet containingan forces may be BO organized and Military Training and Service Act.S. insure compliance with this obligation structure
outline of the legislation's trained that In the event of war What Is the nature of these ; (c) provision for the recruitment The essential elements of the
purpose and provisions in they can be mobilized quickly. amendments? and training of young present reserve forces are tho i
question-and-answer form. !. Docs the act establish an en There are four principal areas men specifically for the reserve; (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)

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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Flirt Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center ,

ir Refunds For

West Gate ,

Polio Vaccine
: _

Open ForTraffic r AvailableRefunds

will be, made to \

parents who last spring purchased -
for their children the
Beginning Monday, August first two innoculations of poGo n.J\\

29, personnel residing vaccine to be given when
south of the Main Gate may the supply of serum could be
enter and depart the Naval made available to the Naval
' Air Station for this purpose,
Air Station through the
according to an announcementthis
gate located by the railroad i t week. AaA N ,I

spur just forward 9f the ITHRILL "In view of non-delivery to I
road leading to Ortega of de-
date and the uncertainty
-"'. ..._._ -_..'- ,..-.- ..
Hills. livery date of polio vaccine by
the drug firm the majority
This gate, known as the Gets New Assignment
parents concerned requested
West Gate"; will be open to ; refunds," states the announce
traffic the hours of _._ r. -
during -- ;I.- '_'_""" "'" ment.
0630-0800 and 1530-1645. FOR SCOUTS-Mike Jaconson, 14-year-old Explorer Therefore, upon the recommendation Capt. ThachTo
Scout from Miami Beach, rot a real thrill when he was selected of the Recreation
The West Gate is solely
from the South Florida Council to demonstrate the correct way Council and approval of the
for the convenience of per- to wear a parachute, while the scouts were visiting the Parachute
Loft at NAS Jax. More than 440 Explorers, Sea and Air Scouts, Commanding Officer, the order Depart
sonnel living south of the hare been aboard all this week on their annual rendezvous. (Story for the polio vaccine has been
main Gate and to help alle- on Page 3)). cancelled and refunds will be

viate the traffic congestion made upon presentation of all existing 31

there, the NAS Security department Commandments Listed fication.receipts and proper identi August

points out.
Refunds will be taken care of Capt. John S. Thach Com-
Personnel are cautionedin New Uniform Code Of Conduct Monday through Friday between: mander Naval Air Bases Sixth
the evening that there the hours of 0900-1130 and 1300- Naval District and Command.
will be no right turns madeon 1500 at Building 930. ing Officer of Naval Air Station .
Highway 17 for personnel Posted For All ServicemenDesigned Jacksonville since Juno
trying to beat the main WEATHER OUTLOOK
29, 1951, will leave his post
gate traffic. to inspire American fighting men in combat Friday Clear and hot with next Wednesday for a new;
Motorists departing the and to strengthen them against mental and physical tortures, maximum temperatures at 93; assignment Washington..
Station via the West Gate a new code of military conduct has been directed to be posted possible thunder showers. Selected for promotion to tho
to utilize Birmingham prominently by American unit ship and Saturday Hot with high of
are every post throughout rank of Rear Admiral a month
Street. the world as a result of an order by Secretary of Defense 90. Scattered afternoon showers. I ago, Captain Thach will report
Sunday Continued hot with
Sept. 12 to the Pentagon whero
How to avoid capture and howto I afternoon showers. I: he will assume duties as senior

It's That Time; withstand captivity as a goal _. _._ naval member of the Weapons:
of training American
military Systems Evaluation Group.
men must be developed without
delay by the three services, Sec.
commanding officer NAS
retary ordered.
Jax will be Capt. William S.
ReadyAll The ten-man committee of civilian
Harris, presently chief of staff of
and military authorities, j
Carrier Division 1, which is with
school children in
grades which drew up the code, has recommended
1 through 6 living at Naval that servicemen be required the Seventh Fleet in the Formosaarea.
Air Station-Jacksonville and at neither to swear to obe) aCmII1ISTRtITIYE OFFICES Until Captain Harris ar.
Dewey Park will attend Venetia the code nor sign a statement to AYIRT1011 ELECTRICIRf'S' SCHOOL { rives, Comdr. John N. Myers, ex
School this ecutive officer, will be acting
year. do so. Neither will they be ordered '
Double sessions have been to memorize it like General skipper.
scheduled for grades 1 through Orders. Every effort should be The weapons evaluation group,
3 as follows: First section from made, the committee said, to see to which Captain Thach will report .
0800 to 1200; second session that personnel understand it ful Is directly under the Secretary
from 1215 to 1615. Grades I)". It is recommended that reservists of Defense. It is comprisedof
through 6 will attend from 0800 also be given a thorough top ranking officers from all
to 1400. None will attend Bay. instruction in its meaning; branches of the service.

view. THE DEFENSE Departmentsaid CAPTAIN THACH, who camo
Children who attended Bay- that servicemen would b* to Jax: from duty as skipper of
view or Venetia school last familiarized with the new code the carrier Franklin D. Rooseveltis
term will not be required to re through educational and training a veteran of World War II and
register. Those who did not attend programs of the various services. the Korean War He is the possessor

these schools or who did The code of conduct was signed ___m_____ of a brilliant record that has
not register during the summer last week by President Eisen GUARDSMEN AT AE SCHOOL Nine Coast Guardsmen merited him many medals and
must register at Venetia Schoolon hower. from virtually every section of the United States are now attend. citations. He was in command of
Aug. 29 or Aug. 30 between Secretary Wilson, in issuing Ing Aviation Electrician's Mate School at the Naval Air Technical the USS Sicily when fighting
0900 and 1400. the order, directed that preliminary Training Center. Front row (left to right<< ) are William Fugerer, broke out in Korea.
The Duval County School bus instructions be given all AL3, CGAS Miami; Bryon Brier, ALl, CGAS Brooklyn: Leon During World War II the Cap.
Parker, AL3, CGAS San Diego and Morton Cook, AL3, CGAS
schedule for transporting NAS servicemen about the international Traverse City, Mich. Second row: George Pyle, ALC'Elizabeth tamp was operations officer of
and Dewey Park children to conditions which "make necessary City, N. J.; Raymond Gaffer, ALt, St. Petersburg; Richard Pitts. Carrier Task Force 38 operatingin
ALt, Quonset Pt., R. L; Floyd Rlchey. ALl, CG Air Detachmen4
Venetia School will be announced this restatement and af- the Pacific. In recognition of
NAS Christi and Daniel Qulckl, ALt CGAS Port
at later date. (Please Torn To 9 Col 1)) Corpus ,
a Page Wash. (Please Turn to Page 9, Cel. 2}

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 25 August 1955


-flJW3} 116\ More Claim Lucky BucksPublic I I NAVY WIVESCORNER

Works department hit ust if you can give him the

the jackpot in the safety slogan slogan when he asks for it. The meeting of August 17
PubllthM every Thursday tor Navy ana Marine actlvttiei at Natal Air winners of the "long' ri as
Sta n. JacaaomUle. I'la contest with six of its em New called to order with the Intrcduc-
NA!. Ja ka.avltU ployees claiming free bucks for green" include William Dennis, lion of Ida Mae David
Capt. John S. Thach ... ... ....,.._ Commanding.Officer Works transportation the N a.
Cooidr. John N. Uyers axecutlv Officer successfully reciting the safety Public ; tional Navy Wives' Activities

."d Air JacaaoatiU slogan for the month of August Walter Long Public Works Chairman. She was visiting
Rear Adm. John Perry mm .... Commander the
Capt. Kichard u Green ChIef oT Stat transportation; Lonnie Hayes, club.
11r Capt. Edwin J. S. Young ........... ?.?_.. Commander Safety slogan August Three new members were
Co'Jidr. frank U. Meyer ..._ ..... Chief SUM OQlcer "Safely Doesn't Cost You Any- I David Morton, Public Works sworn in: Bobbie Walters, Delores
Naval Air TecBaleal Tral'.l.f Oater Until You Forget It." maintenance; Alphonso Cole-
thing Segemore, Frances
Capt. Henry C. DeLonjt CommaBdlnc. Officer Dwyer.
Comdr. Edward: W. BUhop :.K1IUYe orncer Free dollar bills are given man, Public Works utilities, The committee in charge
Naval HM,lt l of ,and Laymon Cothern, Public of the
the Voice Safety
Capt. Edward C. Kenney Commanding OfficerOfficer away by Kiddie King and Queen: Contest
C pt. U, A. Neutoa lURTVapt. laecntin thoughout the month of Aug- .Works utilities. made its report. The contest was

( Wllion n. nartlett Commanding Offlcer very successful and
Comdr. Laurence V. Steffenbasen\. ________ __ Executive Officer everyone
commented on how smoothly it
The JAX AIR NEWS Is puhlifthed weekly. at the U. S. Naval Air Station. was run. Behind the
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with appropriated funds YA'KlldJf/ scenes the
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS; P-.T5. RFV.Nov. committee really worked to make
1945. Cnptee aro distributed free of chargo! at tint Naval Air Station the it
Naval Alt Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Tralitlaf Unit and the Ii.dill E M4St ERS in THE appear that way.
U. S. Naval Hospital ,
Editor ; S0MCEH6NANDTKER, Ruth Reese made a report on
-Andrew H. PtaneyMat
r.dftor-lf'da! Moore* Staff Rtportera-Jarlr Holmes, Mil; Union: :]f "C THC VETERANS... the invitation of herself as presi-
Cl-acraft. JO3; Nancy Ward SN: ; Shirley MelToy. JOSN. I dent, the vice-president
To*' JAX AIR NEWS M a roeroDer of the Armed Forces Presa Servlet.AITS Shirley
material appearing In this publication may aot b* reprlntait wlthmit I I -I am going to college White, and the secretary Helen
the written pcnnUalon of Armed Force Press; Srrvtee. R pukllcatt)a of other underprogram Will I receive GI training
nutter except by cenrte* publication. Is prohibited without misriea o1 the Korea GI Bill Will I recen'. Iloagiand to the luncheon in the
tMtor. JAX AIR NEWS. I allowances for this extension: ? Lake Champlain Room
GI training allowances during of the
Editorial Afflcea located' alala AtfralnlstraUea. De ldiag. Phone' extsloaKM my -No. Under the law, GI McCormick
*. :Zlt: and slat "'I the summer vacation months Motel in Jacksonville

when I am not in school? training a1Jow&Dtn'7 not be Beach extended by Captain Flat-
r Authorized for soda extension ley of the Lake
A-No. The GI trailing allowances Champlain The
of GI Job training
programs.Q room has been
by the
will not be during
-I want to apply for disc hotel for use of the enlisted men's
the snmmer vacation bility compensation but since I
wives club
as a house while
month when not acta-
you arc
do not live near a VA office I ship is at
ally 1 tnJDJD,.
cannot pick an application
up All enlisted men's wives
Q-I am a disabled Korea vet- form. Can I apply merely by writing cordially invited to the are
eran- and I have received voca- VA a letter and describing all meeting of Jacksonville
86 in
tional training under Public LawNow '
the facts in may case? club house in Dewey Park.
804. I want to take furthertraining
-Yes. Tear letter win be e I .

under the Korea! GI Bill considered as an "informal "What do you mean, coming

.F. To figure training time, I know I claim." VA will send you a formal home half drunk?"

must subtract the training I've application which yo. must "Sorry dear, I ran out of
Put any group of career servicemen together<< and it seems already had from 41 months. But fill out and return. men.

that nine out of 10 times, the conversation within 15 minutes do I count the two months during ey"

will turn to retirement. which I received subsistence afterI _.'---- -_._.__._---
How many years to go? Say you're on the last bit.cht" was rehabilitated?

Really glad that 20 years have slipped by and you can head for A.-No. la computing
that chicken farm now, aren't you? your
remaining entiUenttnt for Korea
Early retirement and life-long security are two of the greatest -
GI Bill training, Oo not
advantages of a service career. But wait a minute are you
count the two months
you spending 20( years being like Rip Van Winkle? duriigwhlth

NATURALLY don't mean 20 years of physical sleep; you subsistence received post-rehabilltati.a 4 1Lr

but our friend Winkle did fail to do anything in the way of pay.

self-improvement for 20 years. And that's the "sleep were 'I Q-I am considering paying my r fr ,

talking about.According. I GI insurance premiums in ad

to actuarial figures we reach retirement from the vance on a yearly basis. What

armed forces at a comparatively early age, and with a goodly would be done with the money in .

number of productive years still ahead of us. case anything happened to me be- i

YOUR. JOB IN the armed forces has a civilian counterpart fore my ;yearly payment had been -

are you putting in enough interested effort that you can I applied to premiums?

say with sincerity you're gaining 20 years experience at it? A-The money that had not I, M

Or just passing time yet been applied to premiums

You can amplify that experience with off-duty study would be refunded to your

courses in the same field. You add to your leadership qualities beneficiary, in a lump sum.

by winning promotions through the ranks. Remember that lead- Q-I am a veteran drawing a .

ers are in great demand in industry. VA pension for a RADAR
non'service.I STATION-The 6,000-ton Tow-ada-t; ; iD
Think it over: are you letting 20 years slip by, or using connected disability. Part of my I I pulled by two of the world' largest tugs, Is shown underway to,

these 20 to prepare for an even more productive 20 years? living costs are being borne by I it its permanent location 110 miles off Cape Cod. Once anchored, I
(CArps) a relative. Must I consider the becomes riS'l of a 1,500.miJe radar network protecting the
U. S. fast .
value of these Approximately M servicemen call "home" for
costs in-
of Protestants will meet in Bldg. as periods 01 30 days and longer.

.Dl ESERICES 804 to view the 9th film in the come, for pension purposes? --
A-No. The value of main-
"Life of Paul series. tenanee Navy Wives Sponsor
famished by your relative

,. Tuesday, August 3* need not be considered as Dance Sept. 10
-- 1900 Episcopal In.drudionC1asses income, for VA pension pur-

CATHOLIC Chaplain Nickelson, poses. lax Navy Wives Club, Branch

Sunday-Mass-0800.0900,1000 Bldg. 564. Q-I am taking on-the-job 86, will sponsor a dance: Saturday

--St, Edward's,Chapel. 1900 Lutheran Ins tructiClasses training under the Korea GI Bill Sept. 10 at the Pythian HaJl

Saturday-0800. Chaplain Pieper, AlSaints' Recently my state approving Southside. '
Daily-0630. agency lengthened There are those who would
Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital ChapeL my training hardly believe that George Washington All hand are invited to attend

Chapel. 0615-Confession. Wednesday, August 31 is making music here at the dance, with the Jax Navy band

Tuesday 1900 Instruction 1930 Prayer ServiceChaplain Capt. Kenney I the Chief's Club. However, the providing the music. Ticket, which

classes, Bldg. 563. Pieper.' "Doubting Thomases can now are available alA liberal price, can

Thursday1900- Instruction Thursday, September>> 1 To Depart Jax see and hear George and his Orchestra be obtained from any Navy Wives
Club member. Proceeds from the
classes, Bldg. 563. 1900 All Saints' Choir Re on Friday nights at the
MORMON I hearsalST. For BethesdaWith Patio Dances. dance go toward the Scholarship

1530! Thursday All Saints' LUKE'S CIlArEL less than For those who don't care for Fund.
Chapel Reading Room.CIIRISTIAN a six-months tour dancing this Combo
( also
Hospital of presents
duty u Board of Governors.
commanding officer
of a floor show.
SCIENCE 0930 Divine Worship. Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Capt. I 2030. Dancing'starts at Thanks to "Red" Howard for
1000 Tuesday Mainside 0930 Sunday School, Nur Edward C. Kenney i
will leave soon an enjoyable evening last Thurs
Chapel Office on ramp.PROTESTANT. sery. to become the I It's good-bye to Chief Kenneth
commanding officer day when he ran the movies en
'I Wednesday, August 31 of Naval Hospital! Bethesda, Md. Kowalski and his family who are The Cards Spring Training and

1900-All Saints' Choir Re- 1930 Prayer Services All I Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl, execu leaving for the West Coast the the History behind the Budweiso
hearsal Open to all interested are welcome. five officer of Naval! Hospital last of this month. "Ski" has been Horses.

servicemen and women and their. Charleston will replace an active member of the club and
Captain will))
is Tuesday, August 30, there
dependents. Kenney. responsible for
many the
I change of com- be meetingat
Sunday August 23OSOO Rhymes of the Times mand ceremonies are being planned improvements. a general assembly
I the Club at 1130. Regular bus
Episcopal Communion for Wednesday, The Bar-B-Que
Sept. 7 on
at the Monday was iness' will be conducted.The .
Chaplain Nickelson. h.LTrrAW/N Naval a huge
.c ,,ur Hospital success thanks to Chiefs
School Ages 4 E EAZYwxYuel Powell club management wishes to
I 0930 Sunday Capt. Kenney and his predeces- and Merritt, and the
through Jr. High Bldg. 804. a> rlys sor Capt. Edward S. Lowe who extend a welcome to all the new

0930 Divine Worship. had earlier reported aa commandIng parture from Naval hospital Jack Chiefs that have reported Aboard.
1100-Divine Worship-Chap- t : officer of Naval Hospital Many new faces have been rctn
lain Griffin. t Great Lakes, have both received his Captain billet Kenney came here from at the Club of late.

J900 The United Fellowship larger commands upon their tie- Naval Ilonpttal u executive officer at The galley is still putting our

Philadelphia. the 35 tents noon specials.Page .



25 August 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Three ,

frAW.11. VW-4. Fasron 109 Report Early Shore Duty For mould Instructors '?

I To qualify as an instructor at Instructor Duty Waiting List at I manding officers are urged to

Scouting Squadrons one of the Navy's many schoolscan : the same time by separate requests nominate "all volunteers quaUI -

bring an enlisted man shore according to the Bureauof I tied for instructor duty,' accordIng -

Naval Personnel 'which an- to BuPers Inst. 1300,223,

FAW-ll Staff and Allen duty quicker than those: waiting nounces that about 250 instructor which sets forth qualifications .
of VP-1S
captured a few
Lt. Alfred
Ufer has furnished trophies at the Jax Police Pistol on the Shore Duty Eligibility vacancies need to be filled each and procedures for assignment to \
the Wing with a good story for
month. duty as instructors. ,
their conjecture and ribald com Matches on August 22. List.Names may be carried on the With "a continuing duty for I I The normal tour of shore duty I
ment. Way back in early The Staff wishes a speedy recovery -
for all instructors is three
Shore Duty Eligibility List and qualified instructors, all com- years.
Lt. Ufer .returned from a cross to Comdr. J. L. Grayson, I .- .

country flight to Highlands, N. J., operations .officer, .who for the (

with a homing pigeon belonging; past week has been in the hospital it1e.:

to his nephew, Edward Dooley, Jr., e T

age 12. The bird was released one V\V-4 ____

April morning and was last seen Mt"mht"rs of VW-4 ranged far

headed north at flank speed. and wide last week, closely dividing I

their[ time between
Somewhere along the line he "Connie"and
"Diane"[ Now the cry seems
must have slowed to a walk. Instead
to be "Hurricanes Hurricanes 1
of a two or three day tripas

was estimated, this bird took around us are Hurricanes.

over three months arriving: August After observing "Connie" from The success of the current art

14 and had been given up for lost. every angle, Lt. A. N. Fowler exhibit at the Mainside libraryhas

The bird arrived sleek and rat Indicating aerology officer, came up a winneron confirmed the opinion that

he had received much TV's "What's My Line," for it the growing interest in this form

southern hospitality on the way seems that "Hurricane Hunting"has of expression reveals the latent

north. Lt. Ufer graciously makes yet to become a popular occu artist in many people.

no comment, thereby giving his pation. That was one time when Whether your interest is that

friends free rein in the alibi field. the guessing ga.me1.1 on the of the observer, the participantor .

FAW-11 Is again representedat other foot; generally the questionsare r R 9wQ1 t w +a' the history student your libraries ';
asked by ),[1'. Fowler, such as
the local pistol matches. The are prepared to supply

return of VP-3 adds four more "Where that Hurricane" books for your artistic interest

shooters to the string. Boerner, A week before Mr. Fowler' ap- such as these:

Parker Cronin Pommier of VP-3 pearance on television, Comdr. E. Anyone Can Paint: Thetitle

L. Foster and his crew were In GUEST SPEAKER Lcdr. Clarence Stephenson (right), of reads like a proud boast but the
New York and visited Dave Carro. FAWTULANT Detachment of Jax will be the next guest speakeron
content is convincing. 1C
Scouts Near way's "Today." fleet operations and electronics at Aviation Ground Officers very
School at NATTCenter. He Is shown. with Lcdr. Vincent AnuanU, you hesitate to start your first
Many of us in the squadron i
school training officer. masterpiece paints we suggest -
witnessed the first "evacuation"Last &: the authors' Art School Self.

Close Of Monday and got the old "now I Taught: A volume which embodies .

you awe it now you don't" im I 14 CommercialTypePlants the latest methods and fulfills

pression. A lot of hard work went : the
promise of the title with J
Camp"We into It, but then there' a lot of I
amazing .
money lying around on those aircraft Face ShutdownPlans

thought the Navy cot parking ramps. Drawing Self-Taught;

around in boats!" LtJC) Rick Marling, who reported How many times have you seen .
I to discontinue 14 manufacturing something you wished you could
Inland Explorer Scouts wipingthe to VW-4 from FA.W-ll1ut ly, however, declared the provi
and commercial sketch A friend's
type 1 scene a
expression :
sweat from their brows as week., recalled hi* first hurricane sion unconstitutional and said he.
military operations figure in the i a child's delightful con-
hiked about the Naval Air evacuation. which occurred while I would disregard it.
they near future, the Defense Depart centration, or a dozen other
how the Navy he was flying with VP-18 here at .
Station seeing operates 1 e
ment has informed Congress.The things you'd like to "keep" This ;
lax "Haxel" had made her
had a few wistful moments -' just aim.of the cutbacks is to Facilities to be closed includethe may help to develop your wish-
and he related that
as they cast aside their appearance take the military facilities out of ropewalk at the Boston Naval ful thinking into a skill which
the sea" from( "Unlike the sudden scramble of
illusions of "seeing competition with private businessin Shipyard and four coffee could make a sketch pad real joy.
last we bad ample advanced i
decks of a Navy year,
the breexe-iwept line with the recommendatons roasting plants in Atlanta Ga.,
warning of the Blow-moving' "Diane" Pleasure From Pictures: A short
chip. made by the Committee on Organization Auburn Wash., Oakland Calif.,
which made this evacuation history of distinctive periods
Their coastal brethren more of the Executive and New York City.
striking success." Ltjg( ) IL n.cNeeae. various countries. Discusses:
accustomed to the humidity that Branch of the Government head- Other activities to be discon-
{ who came direct[ : from trends and, profusely illustrated
has burdened the atmosphere this ed by former President Hoover. tinued are the bakery at Camp offers
VP-18 made the second officerwith examples to give understanding -
week, brushed off the occasional Kilmer, N. J., paint manufacturing
hurricane experience to Join and
appreciation of masters
blisters raised by the unduly high In the defense appropriationsact facilities at Marc Island and
VW-4 last week and to both goes
temperatures and took it all in an appreciative "Welcome." for the 1056<5 fiscal year Congress Norfolk: Naval Shipyards; dry

full stride. required the Defense De- cleaning plant at Ft. Benning Ga. Art Through The Ares: Revise!

MORE THAN 440 Explorer Even though all eyes in the. partment to notify the Senate and cobbler shops at Gary AFB, edition brings an old favorite up-

Scouts from the Sixth Region, squadron are on the horizon watching and House appropriations committees Tex., Chanutc AFB 111. Lowry to-date. Covering all phases and

comprised of North and South for the next big "blow, the at least 90 days before it AFB Colo., McChord AFB, Wash. : the arts, !It is an excellent reference -
anticipation is lessened by the fact
Carolina Georgia and Florida, proposed to discontinue opera- and Warren AFB Wyo. I book, fine for preparationfor
have poured through practicallyall that now everyone is a seasoned tions. Should either committeeveto -S.. I examination In art, and writ
"hunter" and knows his well
departments of the Station Job the proposed action the law Tramp to very stout woman on ten in an easy style to afford

this week invaded NATTCentcr in the" war against the "Hurri stipulates that the closing of the the street: "Lady, I haven't eat pleasure as well as Information

aircraft in Fleet canes. plants must be cancelled. en for four days!"
gaped at jet Modern Art In America: For

squadron hangars, flew in a Navy Fafiron 109 President Eisenhower in sign. "Goodness!" she exclaimed. "UI those who are intrigued by _

transport-and found "boats"} aft The squadron received ten new ing the appropriations bill recent. I only had your will power" and those who are confused by

er all when they visited the Naval men last week they are L. C. the so-called modern techniques

Station Green Cove Springs Edwards A. L. Molina, J. D. Ross CROSSWORD PUZZLE and forms.

where they even were given a E. T. Lynch, G. Petrocl C. F. Lan- I 1 I of c r .. Making A Water-Color: You

cruise on a Navy tug. ham, H. B. Shnpon, C. S. Tardy ACAOfttl may have tried this form long
ALL SCOUTS who that were this ques-lar- A. L. Allen and H. W. Searfoss, 1-hinter', (p1)' ) 'L" 'rreeacute : :: ago and been discouraged when

tioned have agreed all AA'a reporting from NTC Bainbridge 0 w 'r '
:Z. your sky ran into your trees witha
Rendezvous has
gest-in-history Md.Steve Knock splash intended. We
: ; or / M r you never
fulfilled its mission in giving II Acry
Nymlck, UNSN, returnedto 14-In fever .tI believe the suggestions In this
them a sound insight into naval the squadron after spending li-Tv.. x I 7.f VIS .. "r book will such
*-Arttat'l stand h overcome problems
technical schoolsto
aviation. From
10 weeks in yeoman school in 17-Churrti bench .. .. and start toward
I"l/ 'l..l: you suc
swimming pools from logis- 1ft-Bw
Bainbridge.The )saatt.r V/ :; cess.
tics at Supply to statistics at Operations squadron is Justly proudof n-WAa''''' .. W ,.

they have had an opportunity Ben Sobieraj, AK3, and Leon 6-hetltlte r AbMk MMta v/" : .. .I Now We'll Try Oils: Devotees t

to learn the serious undercurrents Wilson ADEC, for their fine show- t$-SwccerI I 1 iUVW. of this form claim it Is the most

of military life. ing on the tennis courts this year. It- ... ; 'l I" : to- satisfying of all
21-CMU ..umaldt.Iu .
At the same time they have Sobleraj has recently taken the -.... .V r--- ; e Lust For We: A novel basedon

learned how the Navy plays All Navy championship for his SC-Aaetat I ... _. w q t. Van Gogh's life carries: all the
movies swimming Softball and 100th trophy In tennis.. The next ii--IVcUr Ucetrtflttf. "" F it magnificence of his art and the

volleyball and Thursday night, stop will be the intra-service tourn- tk4e P II- : : : to3trueed turbulence of his life. Reading

of course a big dance with music and both still going t.agc will
ment are -) q p anyone enjoy for its story
by the Jax Navy Band. strong. -.' I.f" :i iAawapce : .
- Written la The Stars: AlbrechtDurer's
Scouts officials here for the The squadron golf team took a '. -.- w.ner.r I
4> Twrid romance provides the
Rendezvous are Eugene Jones play-off game with Hospital by a / -lUc. *f Iettaeeassaal .. ) (JILt I
background for this historical
and Neill C. Cornwall deputy (.2 margin Carrol Mabr/s 40 W8.IlOW 4C-f'tadenn' If..h.'t'UAfrtran n-c.-... point I
/( :Newt .
t-B 4it antei q-rtgwtlen novel which carries the excite.
regional executives: from Atlanta followed by Ed ConnelTs 43 -B. III t-Maa'. .. ee IfBak'
i2-Marln* <*<> s-ArrMt(.4 M a-rnne1 ment and beauty of 16th century
; and District Scout executives and Fred Cardwell .t. "Doc" Bill Ccmfetorate rlo, related !{-=:: v.e .

Jordan Maynard Orlando; Frank. BUckmon won the other point for 54-ThUkitwa, era) T-::=::. tit-nere n-TeutoolC ate deity 44-Ha4r proneva*r I Nurnberg. .

Smell, Brunswick, Ga.; Chubby the Beavers with a (S. .1-l'Wtloa. .f I-l5trill. wt M.IN.pHiGtkricat* _
medicine 1J-S"ltat.1J'' 32n.IIs1Ceisasa: 1 .U FRA Branch 81 Meets
Earnest Quincy, Fla.; Ted Par- seaA U-\.rMft 10-A 13-'tan' '- )one
who sits al-aft : kkna.te 11--YeS- ....r-, Fleet Reserve Association
ker, Atlanta; and Ted Waller, wife's someone up DOWN
14-Three-C*.4 H-t'+ttn+hr
Winston-Salem N. C. with you when you're sick, and It-8onef Celebes gyp >" rrtrt Branch 91 will hold its monthly
'- of tl.t n- ' 4 cre. t5-iMtMicr t* n'
The ninth annual Rendezvous puts up with you when you'renot. meeting Thursday, August 15 at

trill break up about noon Friday.. (Answer On Page I, Cel. 4)) the NAS CPO Club.


Four JAX AIR NEWS 25 August 1955

A Place With Atmosphere
Hints For


HEALTHIER, z ,i 'V .. Mainside EM Lounge

HAPPIER'LIVING R V' .{ k' Marks 10th Birthday;

) i Ten years of service to personnel at NAS Jacksonville.

Recently a rather pathetic sto- .:.., >"":,.; That s the Malnslde Enlisted Lounge, located in the
south wine of Building 955, which .is 10 years old today.
reached this writer's ear abouta : --
ry '\ : The lounge has received a new
tall, athletic young man of 17 ? "hi-fi" record player in honor of literally thousands have signed
the guest register. Visitors
who went down to a Navy Recruiting } its tenth anniversary. The "hi-fi" have
F.. ranged from all 48 states and territories
office to enlist. He passedas ; will be added to the numerous outside the continental
facilities available at the loungeto
a perfect physical specimen, limits. Prominent Naval digni
'*' all enlisted men and womenon
but the doctor said he would haveto taries have visited and given their
August 31, at which time open
his skin cleared beforehe stamp of approval to the worth
get up house will be held from 1600 to
while activities carried on at
would be accepted. 2100. All personnel are invited.

This lad would have been hand- The lounge, known for its Lounge.
The Lounge is open to all from
quiet, comfortable, homey atmos-
some by any standards if his face
phere, was established on Aug. from 1300 to 2100 on weekends.On .

and neck were not covered by "............._'n.?. _V; _.____ ____ ------ 25, 1945 as the "Reception Cen- holidays such as Easter and
many large, purplish-red, boggy ter". Designated for relaxation, it Christmas, the Lounge does all
COFFEE BREAK Taking time out from the hub-bub of
masses on a background of oily its mission it can to create a homey atmos
activity for a cup of coffee and a bit of conersallon Malnslde has acomplished
skin with many blackheads. Lounge's snack bar is Sarah Mars, SN, and Wesley Kellan, SN through the hard work of Mrs. phere. Open House is conducted
in both'attached to NAS Personnel Office. The snack bar is one of Lanier Christmas, complete with Christ
It is difficult to describe ev Paul supervisor.
the feature attractions of the Malnside Lounge which is celebratIng mas tree and all the trimmings.
: : its 10th birthday this week. DURING TilE PAST ten years
explanation --. ,- Through the Lounge many per
: sonnel have even been invited to
known as "Acne It is very important Choral
however, that it be un Society spend Christmas Day with Jack
sonville families.

derstood. S Rehearsing For NOT ONLY IS TilE homey atmosphere

During puberty, or adolescence, maintained on holi

;,when the skin is slowly becom- 'La Traviata'The ,: days, but at all times. A complete
'ing adult in type, one of the im library of popular and classical

portant changes that takes placeis Jacksonville Choral Society records is available for every

an increased activity of the has selected its principal pro- ,1 one's enjoyment. Magazines and

sebaceous glands which secrete an grams for the 1955-56 season, many fiction books are availableto

oily, semi-solid substance knownas opening with Guiseppe Verdi's "my boys," as Mrs. Lanier

sebum, which in turn helps opera La Traviata Nov. 21' at the I' chooses to call them.

make whiskers grow on Johnny'schin George Washington Hotel audi- < Thousands have utilized the

and makes Jane's nose shi torium. quiet study room and library in

ny. Often Mother Nature gives One of the most popular operas preparation for test for advancement

Johnny or Jane an excessive ever written, Traviata will be k i k Ji. Officer\ Candidate School:
amount 'of these sebaceous glands presented with guest opera stars, and USAFI. For research, or

which result in this condition of the full choral chorus, and orches- technical, a technical library,

acne. tral accompaniment. It will be is maintained and for the letter

Diet is an important factor staged in costume, with scenery home, writing gear is always

which plays a contributing part specially obtained from New available.The .

in controlling acne. There is York Lounge is used for a multi
hardly a patient with acne who Amahl Booked
r tude of events. Banquets, birth-
.... will not admit, on careful questioning The second program will be day parties, special holiday parties
Anthony PH3 of
presented December 19th asa ,
that of
crops new bumps Operations Photo Lab, relaxes at the piano at the Malnside Lounge. and high on the list, wedding
appear after eating some forbid- Christmas program. Feature of The .
elegant furnishings and atmosphere of the Malnside Lounge receptions.
den delicacy. If you suffer from this program' will be the presentation are conducive; to the appreciation of the arts and a haven for
Acne check your diet to see thatJ of Amahl and the Night those who just like a nice quite place to rest and relax. FOR WEDDING receptions Mrs.

t includes leafy vegetables, Visitors, by the modern composer Lanier arranges everything from

fruits, and eat few rich desserts, Gian-Carlo Menotti. Written Comdr. Schroeder To Reg Status ordering the wedding flowers to
bringing her own silver candle-
no sea foods, nuts, oil or fried for the National Broadcasting Command..VF174Comdr.
sticks for the bridal table. All
foods. Company expressly for television, For WaveLt.
1 this opera was first presented on Charles Schroeder will you do is tell her how much you
Christmas Eve 1951. assume command of Fighter want to invest and she takes
The fatigue and physical ex- WagnerLtjg
haustion which creeps on a per- Dr. Clarence Carter Nice, musical Squadron 174 next week, relievIng over from there.

son from lack of sleep slowly re director of the Jacksonville I Comdr. George H. Suit. ( ) Dorothy Wagner, Wave Parents visiting s o n sand
duces natural resistance and vitality Choral Society, will direct the Comdr. Schroeder comes to Jax Administrative officer and Service daughters at NAS often make the

and the skin, the sensitive guest artists, choruses and orchestra from the Office of Naval Re Infomation officer at the Na- Lounge their meeting place be

mirror of the state of health of in all programs. search. Comdr. Suit has been assigned val Air Technical Training Cen- cause of the quiet homelike sur-

the body, reflects this decreaseof 'Auditions Open to Chief of Naval Opera ter, was in the Regular Navy this roundings. Also frequent users
vital efficiency\ very markedlyin Final auditions for new sing tions for duty evaluating military week. of the Lounge are transients and

those who have acne. So, early ing members of the group will be requirements of future. Navy: The former enlisted Wave, personnel on duty who have an

bed hours, and plenty of sleep conducted Tuesday, August 30 at Weapons. holder of the Naval Reserve Medal hour or two off.
will benefit your skin condition. 1900 in the Educational Buildingof Under Comdr Suit's two-year for ten years honorable serv- Parents, officers, newcomers,

Skin hygiene in cases of acne the First Presbyterian Churchat reign, the Hell Razors of VF-174 ice, was sworn into the Regularslast and casual visitors alike never

is important. Because of the pres- Ocean and Monroe Streets. All won the ComAirLant Efficiency I week by Capt. Henry C. De- cease to marvel at the wonderful

ence of blackheads, because of infection interested persons, both men and E, made two deployments, and Long, commanding officer of the surroundings of the Lounge.
by pus bacteria in the pimples women, who like to sing, who can circled the globe aboard the USS Center.A Many have commented, "I never

and because of the increased read music may Join the Society. Midway. I veteran of World War II, knew such a place existed on the

activity of the oil glands, a special Male voices from among Naval she joined the Waves in Sept. base." Let this article serve as a
technique is advised. The personnel are especially invitedto tions Tuesday night and for each 1944, and attended boot camp at formal invitation to those who

cleansing of the skin should be join 'the group. Rehearsal for Tuesday night thereafter, exceptfor Hunter College, N. Y. Later she read. The welcome sign is up at

vigorous and thorough but not Traviata will follow the audi-, Sept. 6. went to Storekeeper School at all times.

scrubbed like the kitchen floor. '" Milledgeville, Ga., and returnedto the University of Akron (Ohio),
inactive Reserve
duty as a she was Registrar of Okron's Social

Violent and harsh methods of ..;t ': storekeeper, first class, after dutyat Service Exchange. She received -
cleansing are usually used in an : .ij. Naval Supply Depot, Mechan- her commission in 1953
: icsburg, Pa.
attempt to remove blackheads. J. and returned to active duty, reporting -
,, > '" ." After being graduated from
These black spots are not dirt : f .;" to NATTCenter in Jan-
and do not wash out easily. ,>., uary, 1954.

For permanent results in re- i' : a Credit Union

moving blackheads, it is best to ;; ;, time.
; : In addition to financing new
consult a physician, who can do Financing
"' ,- .. cars, the credit union also makes
the best job. Constant picking at L' ,.. ,:
,.. .
rifl" rt' .' ,,, New CarsThe loans for home repairs, consolidating -
blackheads and other "bumps'can i"' household
bills of
cause irritation and in some 7t '
; ', : ir Jax Navy Credit Union is appliances, boats, outboard motors
cases infection. If you must, make .
{ now financing the purchase of new and other beneficial purposes.
sure that you remove blackheads ( -- ""Q -' '.U".t. f ., ...;:r.fl''J/ cars for up to 30 months, with a Military and civilian personnelof
in a sanitary procedure. NAVY'S NEW SUPERSONIC JET-A new supersonic Navy down
thin titanium payment or trade-in of at naval activities In Duval Countyare
carrier plane-the pencil- part has
Above all to avoid marks
pock pleted its first test flight, at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The least one-third of the cost of the eligible to Join the credit union
and increased irritation, the final swept wing Jet is as fast as Is feasible for carrier operations. new automobile. and take advantage of its savingsand
don't is: Never squeeze out Though details of Its performance are secret, the plane is knownto According to Joe O'Connell, loan services.
whiteheads surpass the speed of sound In level flight,The XF8U-1 boasts
blackheads or pim
president creditunion
an extremely ,lightweight airframe, partially made of titanium. credit union, collision Located in Building,40, the
It is inefficient
pies with fingernails. The short, pointed nose and the small cockpit canopy helps reduce and comprehensive' insurance office,Is. open every Monday
unclean, and unsafe. drag and aids visibility, essential to .carrier landings. can be financed at'the,same. through Friday from 100 to ,1630.Page .


-:. ...... _.;:::.- :- .': :'.:: =, =._ ._ ,. :: ..J..... _. ____ : ...= : _.

25 August 1955:> JAX AIR NEWS Page Five ..1;;

..SIC'Following at the NATTCenter library have been listening (
to another version of Cinderella-|he Indian Cin- z ,
derella from the Tales of Zuni lona Nelson (right), !
librarian, tells the story shows correlating materia 'I /
and keeps her young listeners enthralled throughout /1

the story hour. Today will mark the end of the story SALTY HUMOR FROM I
telling series for with
August, the next one coming
during the Hallowe'en period. HERE AND THERE

in the basketball "" t
team's footsteps is the Cracker- "How is your wife?" the man

jax softball squad. The Waves'. \ Q.I asked an old friend he hadn't '

team is making plans to travel to seen for years. )

New York to try its skill at "She's in heaven," replied the

bringing home the second Wo- I ____ friend.
All-Navy trophy.
s "Oh, I'm sorry." Then he realized
With a record of 31 triumphsin that was not the thing to

40 attempts, the Crackerjaxare say, so he added, "I mean, I'm
expected to give all opponents r glad." And that was even worse.

a stiff battle. ,E He finally same dut with, "Well,

Here is a thumbnail sketch of -A I'm surprised."

your shipmates who will be play-

ing to win for you and Jacksonville A fellow living in a ritzy neigh
Navy. borhood had stripped to the waist
Shirley Hanson, Storekeeper K v a ///t/ while mowing his lawn. A neighbor -

Seaman, attached to NAS ship's r summoned a policeman who

company; hometown is Exeter, attempted to shame him into
Mass. Shirley is 21 and plays first wearing a shirt.

base. She is the team's leading "What would people think if r
hitter with a .455 average. your wife went around attired in ,

such a manner?" '

Diana Fitzpatrick, Seaman, is "They'd think I married her

19 and calls York Beach, Maine, for her money,". was the prompt

home This is Diana's first year \ *4 reply.

of service ball. She plays infield
and is a pitcher. Dachshund half a dog high

and and a half long.
Carol Hooser, Seaman is 10
84th Good ,
and a pitcher Having played four Congress Comic CartoonsDue Wife: "What's matter with

years of softball in high school, By Sept. 1' you? Monday you liked beans; .((1
Hoosie is
new at service
compe To The ServicemanFor Tuesday you liked beans; Wed- .,
tition. Dubuque, Iowa' is her '
There few liked beans. Now
are only a days nesday you
home. members of the their families the first
armed forces
left submit all of sudden
for personnel to Thursday, a you
Nancy Ward, Seaman, 20, is session of the 84th Congress, just ended, was- a banner one in many their entries the Navy car- don't like beans!" I

also from Dubuque, Iowa. She is I respects. tion contest.A .

an outfielder and has played three The biggest news to come out public laws affecting service-I contestant may file any Husband: Well, my dear, I've

years city league and one year of the 84th Congress, as far as men that were passed number of cartoons with a carried you safely over the rough

Navy softball. She is attached to servicemen were concerned, was gress this session. Another 55 Navy theme, and submit themto places of life, haven't ir .'

NAS. the pay raise. The pay law gave still remained in committee as the Chief of Personnel by Wife: Yes, I don't think you\

Guadalupe Ortiz, Seaman, has as much as a 25 per cent increaseto the House and Senate adjourn September 1.Personnel missed one

played two seasons with the officers and a maximum 17 in the Jar area
Navy. Lupie hails from Phoenix, per cent hike to enlisted men. ed.Other 0 it R Employee: I didn't want .;
measures passed by Con can send their cartoons to the
Arizona and.!is 21. She plays out- Congress also passed a national Services Building to marry her for her money, butI
:gress of primary'interest to serv- Special office,
field. military didn't know any other way to
reserve plan exemptingmen
icemen were: 930, Mainside. Special Ser
Ellen Car 1 son StorekeeperThird currently serving from com- vices will dispatch them get it.The.
1. Approval to 'construct an estimated -
Class, is top chucker for pulsory reserve obligations. through proper channels.
homes in the '
17,000 new bum asked for 20 cents for
the Crackerjax. Her season rec- All told, there were 45 major
U. S. and for
a cup of coffee. The man he accosted
ord is 20 wins in 25 starts. Ellen, and their Code of Military Justice.
personnel dependents. said, "I thought coffee was
a veteran of seven years calls 2. A bill to extend free mailing
2. Renewal for three years of only a dime?
Sarasota, Fla., home.
privileges for servicemen stationed -
the serviceman's privilege of "Yeah, but I've got a date,"
in Korea.
bringing certain personal gifts said the bum.
"Chris" Buck, Seaman, is see- and household goods into the U.S. 3. Legislation to allow 12,081
ing her first of servicemen who were overpaid
year duty free after an overseas tour. Ten cents used to be big mo'nc1how
softball. Nineteen-year-old Chrisis following passage of the bonus
3. Authority for the Army and dimes have changed.
an outfielder and hails from law in July 1954, to keep the extra
Air Force to pay twice monthly.
North_Field, Vermont. I money.
? 4. Extension of the Dependent's : bills when
These Congress meets
Pat Gorsky Seaman 19 is
Assistance Act for another four
again in January since legislative
from Bradenton, Fla. and an out. I
years. measures sponsored by the DOD
fielder, Playing her second
5. also voted to con-
Congress 1
usually have priority on the leg
of service softball Pat is .
presently -, r.
attached tinue the draft for another four islative calendars of the Armed
ship'scompany .t.
years, and extended the doctor'sdraft Services Committees.-AFPS( ).
for two more years. ,
Gerri Gorsky, age 19, Seaman, ) '' Dills
> : { The backlog of 55 that are
twin sister of Pat also hails from iC still in the files of the Senate and Korea Vets Get
Bradenton, Fla. Gerri is an infielder ... House Armed Services Commit.
,. :
: :::::.? tees contains some measures that Break In GI

Pat Ashcraft, Airman at NAT ,.,. the Defense Department had

TC, is team co-captain. Pat has . ho Thew6brvlvorball passed this year. Term InsuranceVeterans

four years of independent soft- ... ; Benefits Bill
behind her and plays the *':. was being considered by the of the Korean conflict -

outfield. ; Senate Finance Committee as who lost their World War I
Jean Larson, 19, Seaman, Is Congress adjourned. or II GI term insurance because

from Phoenix, Arizona and has :: \\j Congress also decided to con- their policies expired within 120

played softball for a number of \ ; tinue the surcharge on groceries days after their discharge may
years. Florida All-State catcherin ;':"1 : ; purchased at Army and Air Force now apply for replacement of "Who was driving last night?'*

1954, Jean is co-captain. .1.iJ; .<..<.". ',.......... commissaries despite a DOD re- that term insurance under a new
...::t....... .:.: ...._..... to the law. It' 120 days after discharge may replace -
quest change was law.Veterans such insurance within 120
Norma Fleming is the snappy ON RADIO One of the estimated that military families Administration said days after discharge, or within
third first Waves nominated for an would 'save about million the act is Public Law 194
baseman. Norma is an ol' in the Jacksonvillearea $10 a new 120 days after July 29, 1955,
salt around the ball diamond, appearance recruiting program broad year if the surcharge was eliminated 84th Congress; whichever is later.

having played on Navy teams and cast over Station WJVB Sun- Under this act, veterans whoseGI
with the Jax Gator Girls in 1954. day mornings Is Shirley Rush Legislation that Congress failed term insurance expires after They must file application,

James Lindenmcyer, CD2, is SN, of the Military PersonnelOffice to enact included: April 25, 1951, either while they meet good health requirementsand
at NATTCenter. Shirley
A bill revise the Uniform in active service within pay the premium at their attained -
coach of the 1955 Cracker j ax. A Is a contralto. 1. to are or
age in order to qualify.
veteran Navy: softball player,
"Zeke" won three straight Atlantic Previously, only those GI term
Fleet Championships with his II Temporary Officers_Can Retire At 20 II policies that expired while the

softball pitching. policyholders were in active ser-

Matthew Kurilich Jr., Ltjg( ) Is "Needs of the service" rule will fleets In this category, Including gun" in making such application vice after April 25, 1951, couldbe

Officer in charge of the Cracker- apply as temporary officers re- CWO service, to retire after 20 before the law was signed. No replaced within 120 days after
applications have come from Ma- discharge. No provision was made
jax. Kurilich the coach of .
was quest retirement with commissioned years, 10 years of which must be
the 1954-55: Crackerjax basketball rine temporary officers. for the replacement of term polities *
team. status on 20 years from the commissioned service. I Both .services said retirement that expired within the 120-

This is your team which will Navy and Marine Corps, accordingto : The Navy Is, now;considering a criteria would be issued soon, possibly day period after discharge.. The
represent the Southeast at the Navy sources.A number -of: applications ;from ex- in form of, a special NavySecretary new law adds, the latter periodfor

All-Eastern playoffs. recently made law allows of. enlisted men who '"Jumped the Instruction. I replacement



Six JAX AIR NEWS 25 August 1955


spok"tTS"l :f.,1 j.,.; : ,'{.;.:.* .<;., Three Flight
f, t: "
." ', ,' :t.{ ,' '. .
: : : : Winners In
Roundup I >'; .'

> "

(By Armed Forces Press Service) y oAN Spring CupThree

The Ft. Lewis, Wash, boxing
champions were namedin
team may have a chaplain traveling
the finals of the Spring Cup
with it next winter. He's
golf tourney last week and the
Chaplain (Lt.) John Porter, run
remaining titlists will be crown
for the 1951 Golden
ner-up Georgia ed when the final match is played
Gloves championship A/2C
Laterne Dibble, U.S. junior champion

checkers player, is currently Championship matches were
off last weekend in the
second -
giving lessons to airmen at Thule
third and fourth
AB, Greenland. flights and
only the first flight winner is yet
Comdr. Emmett Wood, Navy undecided.
fullback in 'W-39 has taken over
as physical education officer at First flight laurels hinge on
'I Sunday's march between Mike
the Academy One of the

top swimmers on the Fleet Marine _..... ...- _',","_"_' '---- --- _,:,.__._ .____m..n_. Benak and Ed Korbel. Bcnak entered *
Force Atlantic team is MichaelStuhldreher SKEETMEN EYE NATIONALS This group of sharp skeet shooters from Jacksonville Navy the finals with a win by
default oVer Comdr. R. Goodmanand
son of Harry Stuhldrebcr will be in Waterford, Mich nut week to defend their national skeet championship. The Jax
of Notre Dame "Four Navy crew, which also copped the World's International Skeet Championship at Caracas, Venezuela Korbel whipped Carroll Mary

Horsemen" fame A 22-man last year, has lost several stars, but Is still formidable. Grouped around the hure National one-up in the other half orthe
Championship Trophy are (left to right) Ken PenJer as, A EC. of NARTU; Bill Arthur, AOC, of semi-finals.
armed forces team from Europe NATTCenter; Ivan Kipp A01, of NATTCenter; G.. C. Hall, CWO, of NATTCenter and. Lcdr. Joe
finished first In the eighth international fedlro., of NAS team coach. I C. W. STITELY won second

military track and field flight honors with a 3 and 2 vie-

championships at Athens, Greece. tory over A. D. Kcnfield. Stitlcy
Skeet To Defend I
Intramural Grid advanced
Cpl. Ken. Venlurl, 1955 USAF to the final round with

golf champion, recently won the NeededA a close, one-up win over G, R

German amateur title and toppedthe Officials Gay while his opponent downed ,

international amateur division open in championshipwith the German National l Title Next Week meeting in officiating for persons touch interested R.the R.finals.Haulk, 2 and 1 to reach

a 291 Seaman Apprentice The World's Champion Jacksonville Navy's five-man football games is scheduled for Comdr. John Myers defeated

Hugh ttlley, USNR, placed thirdin skeet team will defend its National Skeet Championship at tomorrow, August 26, at 1530 Jack Wofford in a one-up thrill'er

the international Jumping competition Waterford Mich., next week. in Building 930.Included to take the third flight crown

at the Dublin horse showin in tomorrow'smeeting alter beating Jack Campbell 7
Approximately 300 of the na-
Ireland Bob Cheyne, former tion's top skeetmen representingsome has his eyes on the all-gauge will be the first of and 5 in the semi-final round.

sports editor of the navy 45 civilian ,and military singles championship. several instruction sessions to Wofford advanced with a 2 and

newspaper Bluejacket at Memphis,, teams will be competing for top I THE JAX NAVY QUINTET has acquaint personnel with intra 1 win over Tom Larkin.

Tenn., is now the publicity honors. The Strategic Air Com-I won its only two events this sea- mural league rules. ROUNDING OUT last week's

driector at the University of Ar son. The club won the five-man Frank McCaffrey, intramural winners was IL S. Martin who
mand,the team which Jax Navy
kansas. team honors in the Southeastern director stressed that no scored a convincing 4 and 3 vic-
beat by one bird last year, is one ,
shoot held here in Jax and tory in the 4th flight finale
When the middies start grid of the top favorites, along with captured previous officiating experienceis over

practice later this month, 21 the Fliers i the Wilson Memorial event required and that all officials I Comdr. Edward Bishop after

members of the Navy's Sugar at t Savannah. will be paid.. knocking off D. L. Johns 2 and J.
Bowl champions will be miMing Winners of the highest athletic I Bishop had previously beaten
have lost several from lastyear's
from the roster. However, coach men title ever accorded a Jacksonville Comdr. C. B. Kossert 6 and 4 in

Eddie ErdeUU la philosophical are still club with, three the team.of the Ken key Pen-men Navy aggregation, the Jax Navy Marine WeliverTops : the other semi-final match.

about it, saying "They are gone skeet teM.Dis anxious to get by Plans are now underway for
There's no sense in crying aboutit. dergras, of NARTU, the team'skey the National meet in order to defend Pistol Team ShootFor I the Fall Cup tourney to be played

We must find : man for the past several its during the month of October
replacements world title, won last year
the second shoot I
years; Bill Arthur, of NATTCenter straight ,
and I feel we have made great at the World's Invitational Skeet under the same rules now exist
Marine John Weliver of AE A
and Ivan Kipp, also of NATT- -
strides in that direction." ng for Spring Cup play.
Shooting Championships held at,
Center, are those returning.. G. School captured the NATTCener -
Chief Journalist AI Spaajor, director Caracas, Venezuela. Course officials urge: all sla-
C. Hall of NATTCenter and Lcdr. ; ; pistol team ladder tournament tion
who wish
of sports for AFRS-NY golfers to competein
Joe Pedigo of NAS Jar, round Tuesday at the NAS range I the
since June 1952, has reported for upcoming meet to complete -
out the five-man team. His total of 538 out of !
duty aboard the cruiser Boston. a possible their handicap rounds. Entries -
I Pendergras and Arthur loom as Golf GridEntries 600 led Navy Chief Monte will begin in mid-Septem
The Navy's new fleet sports
one of the top entries in the two. Thompson, with a 516, and Sail. ber. *

arena at Norfolk, Vs., has been man team title, and PendergrasItmD or Reagin, Parker who had a 491 1 .
named McCormick Sports Centerin
PourIn score. Thompson is from AC:
honor of Vice Adm. Lynde D. NARTU Claims.RunnerUp
School and Parker from AE I
McCormick, who was instrumentalin School
its construction. Adm. : .
I For IM SpotIn
mick is currently the president of I next Wednesday. .

the War College at Newport, R. L : Thursday, August 25 Two of the top entries received

Anyone for a four team play- Mainside Gun That Won The Entries in the upcoming Fall this week In golf were Mural GolfNARTU

off for the American League pen- West (color western) Dennis Morgan intramural sports program are from NAS Administration and

nant Sgt. Harold Olson took Paula Raymond. coming in at a fairly brisk.rate, Fasron 109 who placed first captured the runnerup -
spot in the Mainside Intramural -
a little time off from his two NATTC Lucky Me (color NAS Special Services Intramural and third respectively league
Golf League this week witha
weeks' summer reserve training at musical cine.) Doris Day, Robert Director Frank McCaffrey an- standings for the first half of
tight 3Vi-2& victory'over Fas-
Ft. Lewis to win top honors in the Cummings nounced this week. this year.
ron ,,109 in a match played Monday
Washington state bicycle races. Hospital The Violent Men Five activities have already In football, defending champion on the station

... (color western cine) Glen Ford, made application for teams in the Fasron Six was one of the The match climaxed course.a three-

A hypochondriac on vacation Barbara Stanwyck. touch football league and six
first teams to enter along with way playoff for second place in
cent his psychiatrist a card say- Friday August 26 others have entered golf competition Supply, Fasron 109, FAW-1 the links loop which developed
ing: "Am having a wonderfultime. Mainside- Silver Chalice (color for the Fall session. and VC-62. when NARTU
Fasron 109 and the
drama cine.) Virginia Jack
Why? Palance Pier AngelL It is stressed that activities The touch football program i Is Hospital team all finished in a

wishing to enter a team in linksplay tentatively scheduled to begin dead-heat behind front-running
NATTC Gun That Won The
The man who doesn't believe will have to turn in their September 6. A meeting was held NAS Personnel
West (color western) Dennis Morgan
that women are hard losers never Paula Raymond. entry blanks right away; intramural today to formulate plans for the Only half a point separated the
knew one who was trying to re- golf action gets underwayCan'tLocate coming season. three clubs.
reduce. Hospital Lucky Me (color
musical cine.) Doris Day, Robert I Last week Fasron 109 defeat.

Cummings. ed Hospital J-2 to set the stage

Disrlral REAR RANK Saturday August 21 Lost Ball;Finds for Monday's clash with NARTU.

Mainside There's No BusinessLike The closest individual matchof

Show Business (color musical It In Cup: Hole In OneThey'll the. day was Steve Biltz draw,
with William
cine.) Marilyn Monroe. Blackmon of Fas-

NATTC Silver Chalice (color never convince Wil with a No. 3 iron. ron 109. Had Blackmon won the

drama cine.) Virginia Mayo, Jack. liam R. (Dutch) Shoaltz that Because of a rise in the fairway match it would have thrown the

Palance, Pier Angeli. i is Shoaltz couldn't follow score into a 3-3 deadlock.
,. 13" a number to be avoided. All
Hospital: Gun That Won The I the flight of the ball to the three of NARTU's individual -

West (color western) Dennis Morgan green and spent some time victories came on one-up de-
Paula Last Sunday the Chief Aviation cisions.
Raymond. looking for it before one of his
Machinist's Mate was companions located it in the Carrol Mabry (Fasron) def
playing in a foursome on the Harry Nearing (NARTU 5
) and
.. Rhymes off the Times. cup wedged next to the pin.
i Station golf course and became It was the second holeinone 4; George Frye (NARTU) def. F.

tMERtt, A 6 tCOTMUCW OWiO6 OtEXERCISE. HMRTHIU + the first player in history to recorded on the station L. Cardwell (Fasron) 1-up; Ralph

rack up a hole-in-one on the links this year. McClure (NARTU) def. Comdr.

FOR AU.YOU'Ra wo Par 3, 190-yard 13th hole.It Shoaltz' companions were Robert Williams (Fasron) 1-up;

J fli 47.'lN.I, -., "''A'"eoN'',,,.:. .. p e>' cyrn also was the first ace M/Sgt Casey Maze, Ensign Ed Connell ((Fasron) def. Al

Shoaltz had ever carded. The Fred Kindsvater and assistantpro Knutson (NARTU) 2 and 1;
"I'm physically unfit* to be a Chief blasted his perfect stroke Fred Ghioto. Frank Brower (NARTU) def

civilian-' Paul Robbins (Fasron) oneup.Page .


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25 August 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

lAX VC-62 Wins Two To Slay


BriefsThe In Running In LantFleetWith

NATTCenter badminton
originally scheduledfor two victories already under their belt, softballersof
tournament, Jacksonville hopes for All-Navy softball
1 has been post. VC-62, Navy's an
September crown, 'are still in 'the thick of action in the Atlantic Fleet
until September 8 becauseof "
posed Tournament at New London, Conn.
the Labor Day holidays, Don
VC-62 had little trouble in 'its
Hampton of Special Services an. ..
nounced. ? first, encounter, getting by Des-
& troyer Force Atlantic Fleet, 8.1, Sports FromYcstcryear
Naval Air Weapons System
Y< 4 .
School won the event last year. /g
Li :
3a its second setto, the lax
contingent brushed aside Mine Another in a, weekly feature

Frank McCaffrey, NAS intra- Forces Atlantic Fleet, 73. that brings to life performanceson

mural director and varsity coachof Winner of the LantFleet mix the Naval Air Station sports
sorts at NAS Jax, made the will advance to the AU-Eastern scene from dusty issues of the

headlines last week when h. competition which begins Sept. 5 lax Air New.

came out of retirement to twirl at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, N. Tea Year Ago .Today

his Jacksonville Beach Sea Birdsto 4f Y. In this tourney, the best of I Continuing their drive for the

a 6-2 victory over Fernandina. the fleet clash with the best of second half championship and

Frank, who was pitching before : ....1 2.N a'YNI t the shore establishments on the complete domination of the Jax

some of his charges knew the f:.. "'-' 44. __...._....iOJc_ east coast. Winner eventually getsa Victory League, the NAS Flier

difference between a baseballand SWIMMING TROPHY Lt,'Dave Barksdale (left), representing try at the All-Navy finals. pinned a 4 to 0 defeat on the
a kumquat, greased up the Staff, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville accepts the Gibb Shipyard in an Important
old soup bone to allow the opposition lIalDsideIntramural Swimming Championship Trophy, won by *Early bred early to ,rise! encounter at the Jax Baseball
ComFalrJax in the recent tournament. Making the presentation is I
hits. -and you miss the most inter Park
but eight Which
Comdr. John N. Myers\ NAS lax executive officer. ComJo'airJu
proves the old adage that "Old bested four other teams to win the trophy. esting people! I Five Years Ago Today

, Baseball Players Never Die- Jax Navy" baaeballera, closing -

They Just Come Back to the Old out an eventful baseball

Familiar Places." I Rods azdNiOds I season placed three men on the

a I Jacksonville AU-Star team composed -

With new cues and recondition. r of player from five clubs

ed tables available; the NATT Fishing activity was very light entered in the City League.

Center intramural pool tournament this week or at least, it went un-

will open next Tuesday in reported. I

the Enlisted Men's Lounge, Bldg. Highlight o* the week was a

593. Matches will' be held duringthe fishing party of 27 people includ-

noon hour. ing Joe Blanc f>f Overhaul & Repair -

who landed a total catch of

Ltjg( ) Matt Kurilich, coach of 3200 lbs of red snapper last weekin Win 6ND .
the Wave Crackerjax Softball the Gulf off Panama City. Crackerjax ;

team, has assumed duties as acting Blanc did pretty well for himself -

Special Services officer atthe, as he hauled in 167 lbs.' of For .All-Eastern
Ready (Personnel are invited to visit
Naval Air' Technical Training snapper.
the USO Servicemen' Club at 37

Center. One other party who did well The Jax Navy Crackerjax softball combine has been<< selectedto West Monroe St. The Club IB open

in the bream department was represent the Southeast at the All-Eastern Navy tournament. from 0900 U 2338 dally).
As for the subject of Pfofes- George Bennett of 0 & R who
The tournament, which will be held at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, Thusday, Aug. 25-2000, Games
sonal football it's worth mentioning caught the limit last week inDoctor' I
N. Y., will begin Sept. 6. and Dancing.
that the National Broad- Lake while fishing with
casting Company is abandoningits his brotherinlaw.This I The AU-Eastern Women's softball dcnmcycr and officer in charge Friday, Aug. 26 2000 Good
meet is the first one .of its food all night; Dancing.
telecasts of Canadian playforpay Matthew Kurlich.
( column is for all hands. I Ltjg( )
games this season after a one Reports on fishing can be sent directly kind ever to be held in the Navy. THREE PITCHERS are slatedto Satuday, Aug. 27-1000 to 2400,
year experiment. The reason: the Air The Jacksonville contingent' was Open house all day and evening.
to Jax News or to Bob I see mound duty during the
games were not too popular with Brown, extension 525)). selected to participate in the tour tournament. Ellen Carlson who Sunday, Aug. 28-1000, Coffee
nament as a result of its seasonal hou 1730, Vespers! and refresh-
viewers in this country becauseof twirled a no-bitter for the Crack. ;
record of 31 victories in the 40 en- ments and
by the Baptist Temple
complicated differences in the erjax in the earlier part of the
rules. counters.A Cootiettcs; 2000, Free movie .
Maroon & Gold and who has handled mostof
I squad of 13 girls will make season Mystery Submarine.
the chores on the hill for the
the trip, plus Coach James Lin- Monday Aug. 29 1900 Ping -
Jax Navy baseball squad which season with a 20-5 record, will ,
had a bit of tough luck in the Crippled For see most of the action in the All- Pong and Song Feat

Sixth Naval District competition, Eastern playoffs. Tuesday, Aug. 30-2000, Game

dropping their first two games Carol Hooser who started Night.
played to be eliminated from the City PlayoffsA chucking for the Wave team in Wednesday, Aug. 31 2000,
tournament might have fared .: Dance.
ki 4i the mid-season, has a fine recordof 4Sobieraj. ..
better if its lineup had been com- crippled NATTCenter base- aY aY 8 wins against 1 upset and can

plete. Some of the first string ball team will compete next week be relied on to do her share of

players couldn't make the trip. for the Jacksonville City League hurling. Diana Fitzpatrick is the Out
addition to the Crackerjax
championship against Hprdage & latest
The Jax Navy Crackerjax aren'ta Sons, with games tentatively pitching staff. She has chucked

team to sneeze at but we' got a scheduled for Monday, Wednes- only one complete game for the Of ServiceTennis

chuckle from the incident which day and, if necessary Friday, on locals winning against Brunswick -

took place the other night. The the lighted Woodstock diamond. SS 4 s.. Ga., 12-8.
Crackerjax crew went down to x v RECEIVING end of
The Maroon and Gold nine will ON THE
Green Cove Springs to play the be without the services of Johnny the battery will be Jean Larson, Play
winner of the 6th N. D. in themen's centerfielder on one of the club's leading hitters,
Culbreth, .
division. The game was leave; Jim Youngblood, third ,3 who is slugging the ball at a Jacksonville Navy's "Ban .
scheduled to be played immedi cool ,432.Holding.
sacker, and Moon Mullins, pitcher tam Ben" Sobieraj, All-Navy
ately following the Memphis- who were transferred this down the infield positions tennis J king, was eliminated

Pensacola game if Memphis was week; and probably pitching ace will be Shirley Hanson, Ib, from the All-Service Singles

the winner. If Pensacola won the Frank Jankunis who was pickedup batting .455"; Betty Deno, 2b, bat Tennis Championship being

event then another game would by Pensacola for the South- ting ,.407; Gcrri Gorsky, as, bat- held at Quantico, Va.

take place between the two teams eastern Navy regionals at Pen- ting .351! and, Norma Fleming, Sobieraj, who had gotten by
and the Crackerjax vs. 6th N. D. I sacola. 3b, batting .255. his first opponent fell by the

champs would be automatically second The outfield will be: Pat Gor wayside in his second try. He was -
NATTCenter won the a
cancelled out. half title with 14 straight victories sky, rf, batting .260; Pat Ashcraft, defeated by First Lt. Richard

Any stranger coming onto the and will oppose Hardage, cf, batting .318; Nancy Ward, If, Macy, Evereux Air Force Base,

scene would have sworn the first half winners, in a two- batting .361; Chris Buck, batting France, 9-7, 3-6, and 6-4.

Crackerjax were from Pensacola. out-of-three series i for the .285; and Lupie Ortiz, batting Sobieraj beat pre Don Kaiserof

The Waves team was living that championship. ..272.The the Army, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 on

first battle between Pensacolaand if Jankunis is Crackerjax have spent the Monday. Sobieraj passed out
Memphis for all seven innings Opening game, will last two weeks in practice and from heat exhaustion while shak
still in Pensacola, probably
After seeing the male diamond competition with local teams ing hands with Kaiser.
l be by Bob Radloff, rangy
hustlers in action, the pitched priming for the coming All-East- The Defending Air Force team
tosser who holds one victory over
although considered this ern. has taken a commanding lead in .
I the Hardage nine already MR. BODY BEAUTIFUL -
Pretty good in women's sports Roberto Jusino, AN, of Naval ---.. singles play at the end of the '
circles, just couldn't see them; will Aviation Weapons System Lawyer: "You say you want to quarter finals. The Air Force was
; selves lasting very long against Probable opening lineup School, is Mr. Jacksonville get a divorce on the grounds that showing the way with six points;
I the top in the men's competition. be Bob Atwood, c; Radloff, p; a title he won in the city'sphysique husband is careless about
your the Army was in second: with
lie will -
2b contest compete
: As Williams Ib Mel Young, ;
Mel ;
one of the Waves' crew very Yost for the title of Mr. I I Duval his appearance?" four, the Navy had two and the
quietly remarked afterward, "I Smokey Vanover, ss; Gene next month and If successful -
County Client: "Yes, he hasn't shownup Marines Corps trailed in fourth
didn't even see the ball leave thepitcher's 3b; Leo Keller, If; Ed Yuneman' there' .willIe, 'for. ,Mr.. in nearly two years." without a pointI
hand." tt: ;' and Art'Donath, tt. .. Florida. :


Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS f 25 August 1955

men LOW

A.M. P.M. A.M. PJH\

Fri: 1:55: 2.37: 7:57: 8:56: FOR RENT

u Sat: 2.56: 3:35: 8:56: 9:52: 4 rm. unfurn. gar. apt. 434 Shir

# Sun: 3:55: '4:29: 9.52; 10:42: ley Ave. EV 93146.

3 rm turn hse. 9361 103rd St.

EV 8-3537. Mrs. Driggers.

Why 2 bdrm. furn. hse. 15th Sept.15thMar.

(Continued From Page 1)) Timuquana Manor. Ltjg( )
Goodwin, EV 88461.
ready reserve and the stand-by re-
serve. The present ready reserve 3 bdrm. furn. apt. 2653 Ernest St.

was designed to contain the reserve $75 mo.

forces needed for a Korea- 6 rm. hse. $90 mo. 2211 Blanding.EV .

type emergency. The stand-by reserve 9-1245. Mrs. Akte.

was to contain additional 2 rm. furn. apt. 3909 Boone Park

units and individuals needed from Ave. EV 80247. Mrs. Phillips.

the reserve forces In case of war 2 bdrm.
apt. $12.50 per wk. 1511
or a general emergency. A lack Barrs St. EV 82407.
of participation by members has
1 rm. apt. 1511 Barrs St. $11 per
resulted In the reserve forces be-
wk. EV 82407.
coming more of a pool of personnelthan
WAGE SURVEY COlllll'n'EE'nerlnnlnr\ Its survey this week of private Industrial wage an organized military force. 6 rm. furn. apt. 1540 River Blvd.
rates In the Jacksonville area Is this specially selected committee. Left to right are Daniel R. Whid-, Hexham.
don, production superintendent, 0 & R Jax: James T. McCulley, aircraft mechanic, NAS Jax; AnnaT. 5. What la the present differenceIn 4 rm. unfurn. hse. 4384
Wilson, personnel assistant, Naval Hospital; Bessie Hall, industrial relations assistant, Naval Station vulnerability of members of McGirts
Green Cove Springs; Leonard Mann\ plannlng-estlmating supervisor, Assistant Industrial Manager's the ready reserve and the standby Ave. EV 96765. Mrs. Davis.
office: E. O. Levriett, Industrial relations .officer, NAS Cecil Field; R. B. Robertson, administrative 4 rm. furn. apt. $45 mo. 544 Oak
assistant, Navy Fuel Depot; W. E. Glasgow, director Printing and Publications office; Lloyd Grable, reserve? St. EL 5-6944.
area wage and classification office and Leonard Eubanks, NAB Jax Industrial relations officer. The ready reserve Is subject to Furn. or unfurn. 1 bdrm. apt.,

being ordered to active duty In 1637 Ocean Front. N. Atlantic

SAFETYBox Group Begins Survey Of. Private case of war or of national emer Beach. $75 mo. 11251461.

; gency declared by the Congress or 3 rm. fun apt. 1255 Willow

; Score Industrial Wage Rates In Jax Area proclaimed the case qf by an the emergency President proclaimed In Potter Branch.or$60 EV mo.94577.EV 95998. Mrs.

I Disabling Injuries Through 'A survey of private Industrial wage rates in the Jacksonvillelabor by the President, however, 2 bdrm. furn. hse. EL 55188.
market area has been initiated this week by a specially se- Congress reserves the right to de
Tuesday, Aug. 23 lected 11-man committee termine the number to be called. FOR SALE
This Month 3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. 6233 Pennant *
As ordered by Admiral George The stand-by reserve Is subject to
Dr. West. GI
This Year 15 from these firms will be kept in active duty only in time of war or equity. Ext
Holderness Jr., Chief of the 587. G. R. Guzman.
Since Last
Days confidence; Contacts will be made emergency declared by the Con-
j Lost-Time Accident 1 Navy's Office of Industrial Rela- immediate 3 bdrm. hse. EV 80433.
with these firms within the gress.
i 16 ft. trailer, $1050. Lot 165. Aza-
tions, the survey is In conform- I future, according to a 6. In what way Is the' structure lea Trailer Court

ance with a law of 1862 which committee spokesman. Companies provided In this act different
3 bdrm. hse. Cedar Shores $1900
New Code ,
requires that Navy civilian wages cooperating in this survey will from, the present structure equity; refinance. EV 84571.

(Continued From Pare 1)ftrmation" for laborers, helpers and mechanics receive a summary of going-rates In the new structure, the ready 5 rm. hse. 1865 Everlee Rd.; So-
for in this area. reserve Is designed to contain the
of historic American be set at going rates for comparable side. Ext 313, Saunders.
Representative Group reserve forces needed to meet the
principles. the 3 bdrm. hse. 4542 Blount Ave.
work in local
He called for help not only competition The survey committee is composed requirements during the early Lcdr. Arnold. Ext. '622 or 203.

from the military but'from civil-. between federal and pri- of representatives of NavalactIvities phases of a war or general mobili 31 ft. trailer, $1100 for $3,000
vate employers. in-the Jacksonville area. zation. The ready reserve would
ian groups and other government equity. 6301 Roosevelt Blvd.
agencies to aid. "Dispel Largest Employer I Members include Leonard J3. Eu be subject to a continuous screenIng Lot 26. Ext 8489; Ltjg( ) Smith.

ling the clouds of mystery and The Navy is the largest single banks, industrial relations officer process to assure that Its mem- 4 rm. hse. $1000 down. 5345 Len-.

dread of the unknown which has employer in the Jacksonville of NAS Jax, who is chairman of bers are available in an emergency. ox. Mrs. Turlington. Partly fur.

surrounded Communist strategyand area, with some 5,000 blue collar I the group; Daniel Whiddon, pro The stand-by reserve on the other 2 bdrm. hse. GI equity. 5247 Commodore *

ideology." It is also pointedcut (per diem) and 2,000 white col- duction superintendent, 0 & R; hand Is essentially a non-organized Dr. EV 72749. Mrs.

that preparing servicemenfor lar (Classified) workers. The an- Eugene Griffin, master mechanic,, pool from which the experienced Phillips.

the ordeals of combat or captivity nual expenditure for civilian sal- NAS Jax; James McCulley, aircraft personnel needed for the secondary 1 bdrm. ranch hse. Equity. FL

can be aided by religiousand aries approximates $35,000,000. mechanic, NAS Jax; E. O. phases of a war or general mobilization )- 95306.

civilian organizations, sinceit Levriett, industrial relations of Would be obtained througha Hse. trailer. Lot 9, Azalea Trail
Salaries of white collar, or ficer, NAS Cecil Field Bessie process of selective recall. .
is the opinion that moral char- ; er Park. Mr. Cole. EV 99424.
acter and a firm belief in the Classified IVB employees will not Hall, industrial relations assist 7. Will the ready reserve be a MISCELLANEOUSRiders

American way of life are largely be affected by this survey, as ant of Naval Station Green Cove larger force In order to carryout wanted from Five Pointsto

formed before a man puts on a their rates are set by Congress Springs; Leonard Mann, planningand ,fts new role under the act? NAS, 07001530. John Byrne

uniform. under a different pay system. estimating supervisor for the Yes. The statutory size of the I Ext. 712 or EV 8-0042. ,
The last area wage survey was Assistant Industrial Manager; An ready reserve Is increased from I
Riders wanted from 6th & Main
I conducted in 1953. na T. Wilson, personnel assistant 1,500,000 to 2,900,000, including
Sts. to NAS.
08001600. EL 4-
Letters are being dispatched to Naval Hospital; W. E. Glasgow,, members of the're.scrve serving 4744. Mrs. Droze.
ed' Forces
: a number of private firms in the director of Field Printing and with the active forces. Ride wanted from Arlington Ma-

1. I am an American fighting area, outlining the purpose Of Publications Office; John Burton, 8. What Is meant by the screening nor to NAS. 08001630. Mrs. Er-

man. I serve in the forces which the survey. All data obtained area wage and classification chief process? win. Ext 684.

guard my country and our way and Lloyd Grable, wage specialist This Is the process by which Riders wanted to share
of life. I am prepared Jo give my Insurance Waiver members of the ready reserve who expensesto
New York} one Signor-
life in their defense. possess critical civilian skills in
ette. FL 96469.
2.1 will never surrender of my Revocation DeadlineStation excess of the requirements there-

own free will. If in command I for, Individuals occupying key po- WANTED
civilian employees who Wanted to rent 3 or 4 bedrm.
will never surrender my men sitions in government or defense
filed a "Waiver of Life Insur
while they still have the means supporting Industry, those whose unfurn. hse. before Sept. 15.
I to resist. ance Coverage" prior to Janu order to military service In an EV 9-5628. Lt. Casey, Ext 8276.
ary 1, 1955, are reminded again
3. If I am captured I will continue emergency would result In extreme ordered to active until
that they have until duty he
r to resist by all means avail- to revoke that waiver.August 31 personal or community hardship, I Selective Service System has determined -

\ able. I will make every effort to and'those who possess military I whether he is more essential -
escape and aid others to escape. Employees concerned should skills In excess of requirements to the defense effort in the

'I I will never accept parole nor contact their personnel officer or will transferred to the stand-by I military service or In his civilian

( special favors from the enemy. call the Employee Relations di- reserve. Top priority for such pursuit.

4. If I become a prisoner of vision, Industrial Relations de- transfer will be given to members
10. Is the stand-by reserve under
" war, I will keep my faith with my partment, Building 907, extension who have participated in combat.
control of the Director of Selective -
fellow prisoners. I will give no 420. 9. What is meant by selective recall -
, information nor take part in any T
I action which Is which In time Not at all. Members or the
, might be harmful Captain Thach This the process
t to my comrades. If I am senior, of mobilization would be applied to stand-by reserve retain their military -

,, I will take command. If not, I will (Continued From Page 1) members of the stand-by reserve. status and remain subject to
obey the lawful Under the member of military control under appropriate
orders of those his outstanding achievements he process no -
i appointed over me and will back was invited aboard the USS Mis the stand-by reserve will be conditions.

them up in every way. souri to witness ,the surrender of 11. Does the act change the relative

" 5. When questioned, should I Japan.A (Answer To Page 3 Puzzle) vulnerability of membersof

become the ready and stand-by reserve
prisoner of
war, am
graduate of the U. S. Naval I o AINoo
bound only to give name, rank, un I a ?
Academy class of 1927, he served CATCHING ATTENTION
service number and date of birth. the A To a degree. Under the act, the
during early part of World You'll have to ad-mitt that
r _. I will evade answering furtherquestions War II with the Operational pretty Jean Middlebrooks of I N President has the authority, in
r to the utmost of my Training Command at NAS Jax. Thomaston, Ga. Is one gal who's P time of emergency proclaimed by
". ability. I will make no oral or bound to catch a lot of attentionon I him to order to active duty up to
a ball field. She's the best-
M i X'f' written statements disloyal to my sponsible for my actions, and looking dish you'll find behind I 1,000,000 members of the ready

i.,...1 country and its allies or harmfulto dedicated to the principles which home plate. A senior dramatic I reserve without further Congressional

their cause. made my country free. I will student at Weslyan College, authorization. (AFPS)

. 6.1 will never forget that I am trust in my God and the United Macon, Ga., 20-year old Jean AIL EI (Next Weeks Recruitment and
swims Softball and
plays coaches -
an American fighting man, re- States of America. a girl's tennis team. Reserve Training.)