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I A Picture. Of 'The New Navy' Given By Navy Secretary ThomasJet I


seaplane bombers landingon ditorium that advancing tech- major missions of the Navy- propulsive power, at the same USS Forrestal and USS Sara

the St. Johns River off NAS nology Increased the impor- transporting strategic and crit- time as its striking power has toga.

Jux was the picture painted by tance of the Navy, now under- ical raw materials; serving as a been increased by atomic wea Describing the carriers as

Secretary of the Navy Charles going its greatest change In link between the United States pons. "floating airbases," he revealed
S. Thomas In an address which history The Navy, he said, is and her friends and allies HE OUTLINED the new that "nuclear powered carriersare

climaxed the celebration of the "passing from steam to nuclear around the world; and maintaining Navy as being composed of new not far off." The applicationof

Station's 15th birthday anni power, from guns to missiles, control of the seas-tho missile cruisers such as the jet power to seaplanes (see
versary Oct. 15. from gun powder to nuclear offensive power of the new USS Boston; new destroyer and
photo page 8)), and eventually .
Speaking on "The New weapons, and In the air from Navy had been strikingly enhanced escort type vessels equipped to
Navy" last Saturday night in subsonic to supersonic air he said. Its ability to combat enemy submarines; nuclear power will open up "an

the George Washington Hotel, speeds." roam the oceans has been vastly such as the Nautilus; and the entire new realm for naval

the Secretary told a filled au TO CARRY ON the three increased by use of nuclear new aircraft carders like the (Please Turn to Page 1}, Col. 4)



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


Missed Mess rr ..- Capt. HarrisIn

.,4. ;
AllovanceIncreased :i CommandOf

:: StationCapt.

A new split of the .subsistence -

allowance has been or- William S. Harris assumed
dered by the Defense Depart- command of the Naval
ment. When mess is not avail Air Station Jacksonville in

able, the man who misses a brief ceremonies Tuesday.The .

noon or evening meal will ben .. 14th skippcjr' to head the

efit from the new policy. .' Station since it .was commissionedon

Although the Defense directiveis Cw > R., .I Oct. 15, 1940, Captain Harris
awaiting Pentagon approval, the i relieved Comdr. John N. Myers,

services are reportedly ready to who has been serving as com

dispatch their regulations to the rj\ % Jt w manding officer since Sept. 1. Tho
field. The main hold-up has beenin latter resumes his duties as ex
trying to decide where the directive ,s'vt z; ; ecutive officer.
'S t:
will apply. .. aNEW Following the change of com
THE PER-MEAL breakdown of mand, Captain Harris met with .
the $2.57 allowance is 57 cents NAS JAX SKIPPER TAKES OVER Capt. William S. Harris right), new commanding all department heads and laterin
for breakfast and a dollar for dinner officer of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, receives help in a study of the map of the Station from the day made an informal tour
Comdr. John N. Myers, whom he relieved as commanding officer Tuesday. Captain Harris was formerly I
and for supper. Previously it chief of staff to Commander Carrier Division One In the Pacific. of Station facilities. K,
has been 86 cents for breakfastand Before reporting to Jacksonville

dinner and 85: cents for sup Captain Harris was Chief of Staffto
per. Breakfast allowance only will 70,000 EM Are Due Aviation P03s ( Commander Carrier DivisionOne

be 29 cents per day less. aboard the aircraft carrier

The formula applies to men who Can Request USS Hornet in the Pacific. Ho

normally eat at government messes Promotions In NovemberOver Rating Shift had previously served as com
but whose jobs keep them away manding officer of the carrier
from the chow hall for one or more USS Philippine Sea in the Pacific.A .
Over E-4s and E-5s will be Third class petty officers In
70,000 Navy.E-3s, ,
meals. Prime example are enlistedmen veteran of World War II action,
November 16 in one large increment instead of in the aviation ratings are being urgedto
based in the Washington area he in combat
switch to aviation electron. participated many
three-installment plan used last according to Navy
and who work at the Pentagon.
ics technician (AT), aviationfire operations.The .
cannot back to sources.
They ordinarily get control technician (AQ), new skipper was graduated
the government mess, and are The Bureau of Naval Personnelhas
and Reserves on active duty with I and aviation guided missileman from the Naval Academy with
forced to eat in restau
disclosed that 8,954 petty
the Regular establishment and (GF) ratings.In the class of 1927 and was designated *
rants.! Officers second will be promotedto Reservists in training and admin allowing aviation P03s to naval aviator in 1930.
applies E-6, that 22,776 petty officers switch ratings, the Navy stated I Capt. Harris was accompaniedto
istrative billets with the Reserve
who eat one or more non-GI
third will progress to E-5, and it wanted sailors "who have do- Jax by his wife, the former
meals in travel status. The new (TARs) are scheduled for the
Donna Virginia Powell of Sausl*
rates (established by Defense instruction that 38,499 E-3s will be advanced. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
February (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col. 5)
1338.6)) are effective OUT OF TilE TOTAL estimated

Oct. 1.Another. '164,000 enlisted personnel who "" 'ILII'I'I'GIUIIIIIt1I1UI118P"'J! !' .A'A '. N'.M')I';'. ...!t, ."'F"" ".r "',....J. !. "" ...I>:ot.. "''*'J...*"'.n ,,,,,_--1IIIIIJ1P.'. _JJ..P._ "

new subsistence allow- participated in the August examinations -
ance is expected soon for the mar-
nearly half of the
ried men. Still to be approved, it
competitors are being promoted,
stems from a new law allowingthe

payment of a share of the although that proportion may not Y'I 11
$2.57 money also to men who are apply to each of the three grades '
"allowed to mess separately" but involved.
who do not have access to govern.
"The overall requirement in
ment messes because of their duty.
At present they draw only the the Navy for petty officers makes
1.05 I it unnecessary to use the increment
| per day.
system," stated the Bureauin
The higher rate, $2.57 per day
disclosing the single promotion
applies to men who are based 5:. 4S Lrr
where there is no .governmentmess. day.NAVY N
In such cases it is not the PERSONNEL will be
man's fault that he does not usea taking examinations in all grades

GI mess, and the governmentwill and ratings in the February test-

pay more nearly what it costs ing round. For annual examina-
him to eat at civilian facilities. tions for chief petty officer at
The provision has been written this time, there will be no ratings

(Please Turn to Pag e'8, Col. 5)) barred from advancement as .S
t there were this year. __ I g

- WEATHER OUTLOOK TheseFebruary tests will see yY .jy. w sJ

Friday-Foggy in the morning, the first use of the new policyof _____,_,_
,,_;",mR ." 1m.. ""., ,__ ..... y V m '
slowly clearing by afternoon. elimination of typing, code-
Saturday Continued fog earlyin sending, and similar performancetests SECRETARY OF NAVY VISITS The Marine Honor guard rets a close Inspection from Secretary .
of the Navy Charles S. Thomas upon his arrival at NAS Jar last Friday. Secretary Thomas
thelnornlng through noon. I which are now administeredapart was an honored guest during the Station's 15th anniversary celebration festivities last weekend. He
Sunday Mostly sunny and I from the rest of the promotion delivered the principal address last Saturday night, (See ton of Pare 1)). Accompanying the Secretary
clear; warmer. examination. Both Regulars during the guard Inspection was Capt. Phil Pelletler of the Marine Barracks.


Two JAX AIR NEWS '20 October 1955


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every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval All 14-1'relwritinn :/h '
Station, Jacksonville. i'la., 1:+>-1....." through 'i If 90 u aa '/h/ ( ) 0900, lOOf

Harris HAS......'. JacaiMrilUCapt. ..............,......., Commanding Offlcet l. liif RnfIandehheart: ; :/.1- 17 II IT -St. Edward's Chapel.
m WllhamJ.} My"i --.__...-.........-...-............... ,.-.........-:----- Executive Offlcei 1 of 11t u V r'l/ Saturday-0800.
Fleet Air JatkMBVlU burden
Rear Mm. Dclbert S. Cornwcll .. Commander<< 2U-/loss, un a yf JO -'l'5 Daily} 0630.
Capt Richard O Greene '" Chief' ot Stan Journt)- ://: Sunday4630-Mass
Fleet Air M lag Elere. 23Kunburn24lrfbprlnI !) ,e -'l/S at Jlo*pi.
Capt Edwin J. 8. Young ? ,. Commnndei F :/.h tal Chapel 1900 Instruction
Comdr. Frank D. Heycr -.. ....._., Chief Staff Officer %I-Dradnlt medicine: 3e 5' !1 'l7 Ar WI yr classes, Bldg. 5361.
AIr Technical Tralnl f Center -IUVtr In Itsi!)' /
Capt Henry C. DeLon. .Commanding Officer 2-froupnfthrce! ve r'lliS Thursday 1900 Instruction
Comdr. Edward W. UUhopNaral *v_ I>MTuLlv> OfQcei :Il-Trll\'t'led Ii)' "I 'I' V/ classes, Bldg. 463.

Capt Dchjamln N. Ahl. __ .-Natal.......,lloipitaiNAKTU..-....._.-._.. Commanding; Officer :I -c'ar Wlllk'foarll, ... If' eel 'If N PROTESTANTThursday
Capt U A. Newton _._....,-,.-.,..,-.,_ __ Executive Officer as-Wllhered ss
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett __ CorrnnandlRR Officer ::'i6-smeared' th 'j' : 6& :?j; s J se -7"/ Ode 20
Comdr. Laurence Steftcnhagcn becuUve,Officer eo 1900 All Saints' Choir Re
l'-F atra i'P B t1
,\ : $e
U- ot. (if elate hearsal. Choir' Director: Paul R
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. U-I-nler charge b7 1'1 ei Hamill. '
Jacksomllle Florida, and printed commercially with non appropriated fundsat aaainat41Hcsorta I '
no expense to the government and In compliance with NA EROS P-35 Rev Saturday, Oct. 22
Nov. 1945. distributed free of charge at the Nava Air Station, the 44-Rear of 'u c,,lI =--4 '
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and. the *-HSI I) "XAnllntr'I -fIA\'e.: 1000 Catechetical Instrui
:Kxdamatlnii U-ollnlt bird 44-Lock of )aalrTr.n"rr..I"n
U. S. Naval Hospital.
Editor-Andrew fl. DaneyAds't _Indies :n-I'Aid notlrm4S :1-\Ian'l: namt22I.ooatlons ,,47-Kxact Hon (Lutheran) for children.
F.dltor-Deda Moore; Staff Reporters t -Jack. Holmes, Till;; Marlon l=noil bird. J Handle nd liar' JW l>lnnr court -Comh.>.rli U i Sunday, Oct. 23
CracraU, J03; Nancy Ward JOSN; Joe Gardlll YN2. %3-I'rrltx: don'n -Legal; teal 27-Oronpof SJ-Collwtlon ol 0800Episcopal Commumcm
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. 4-Trims ui>br.) noMUeri : fart* I
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe i9-l'nderground Kxclamatlcn JO-Portlont cf ,84-lirunkftrd I Service.
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other exeavallnns --C-on"um. medicine (7-Printer's 0930
Sunday School
matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of C,1'-lnMrumen. 9-S peck :l2-1Iarn.1I' "'Euure'r. I for ages 4
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. 19-.Mexlran+ S4-Monet owed I- tfllm.hlr through Jr. High, Bldg. 804.
Editorial offices located Main. Admlnlitratlon Building. Phone extensions .;_ nlIIIt1ltar shawl 3 -Clutch I ( I 0930-Service of
8346, 216 and 8164.Unauthorized. DOWN jl-Took In oven 31improve13Church o-A .JT,1 Divine Wor
eounvlf S -Clock face ?
HIh.IChOo& 4n-AttAckfr (abbr. ship, Chaplain Stephenson.
t-orrda I -
(Answer on Page 8, Col. 3) I 1100-Service of Divine Worship -
Shopping At Navy Chaplain Carpenter

1900-The United Fellowshipof

Exchange Is Definitely An Abuse IIdPl YA'/lIdW/ Protestants ST. LUKE'S, Bldg.CIIAPEL 804.

Reselling items bought in an exchange or buying ml .I HERE ARE SERVICEMEN ANSWERS AND THffQUESTIOH3 'mER 0930-Divine 0930-Sunday Worship.School Nursery

them for unauthorized'persons, is just as dangerous andas FAMILIES ASK TH6 VETERANS Tuesday, Oct. 25
inexcuable as lending your exchange card.It 1900 Lutheran Instruction

Classes Chaplain Pieper. All
violation of regulations. In the ( Weekly> Feature')
is a flat military Q-I have Just been discharged Saints' Chapel.
held the House subcommittee in 1949 it Q-I am a disabled WWII veteran .
hearings by from military service. What is my 1900 Episcopal Instruction

was brought out that this practice, though not widespread and I have Just come home time limit for applying for Korea Classes Chaplain Nickelson _
after several in a VA hospital.
greatly offends civilian merchants. Citizens in years > Insurance? Bldg. 563, NATTC Chaplain's Office. .
I want to take Public Law
general, including retail merchants, support the idea of 16 training, but I understand I 9-You must apply, and pay ,

granting special benefits and privileges to members of will have to complete it by July, your first premium, within 120 Thursday, Oct. 27
days after the date of your discharge 1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal
the Armed Forces, so as to make a Service career attractive 1956, less than a year from now. '. .

; but most of them strongly and understand Could an exception be made in
case, since I wasn't able to
ably object to any practice which threatens civilian bus- my
bfgin training before this time? H
iness. i
-You possibly could have -J ay

It is therefore the responsibility of every man and until July, 1960, to complete

woman in uniform to refuse to take part in unauthorized your training. The law allows

exchange practices! which infringe upon! the legitimate disabled veterans an additional
four if
years, they were not able
of civilian merchants and endanger the
sphere to start on time became of their

Service exchange privilege. Sometimes it is difficult to disabilities. Since VA decides

refuse civilian friend who wants you to make a purchase earn case Indh.(dually, ;you

for him at the exchange, but every serviceman should get in touch with your S v+ Miff*

should remember that in this respect his first obligationis nearest VA office to learn k
whether the extra time appliesto

to his fellowserviceman.Your you. .. Y.x

exchange service is a privilege, not a right. Q-I have just been discharged

Use it, but don't abuse it.Don't from service, and I intend to apply
to VA for disability com pen.

sation. Will I be required to takea

VA physical examination? .
s xvvtogf'.r.
Be A :
Litterbug'"Don't A-Not necessarily If you file

a claim within six months from

Be A Ljtterbugl"! the date of your separation, it b

That's the slogan that has been adopted universallyby may be rated Initially based on -
XOEMAN: PUZZLE A pair of Ensign Allen I. Millers means
communities who have undertaken clean-up cam- the records of the service de nothing but a grade A headache for Lawrence Beneke, YN1, of
paigns. partment, unless It appears that officer records at NATTCenter. The ensigns checked hi for Avia-
an error" might result from such tion Ground Officers School. For the record, they are Ensign Allen
And that is a slogan that could very well be adopted a rating. Isaac Miller (left) and Ensign Allen Irwin Miller. They recently I
completed Officer Candidate School together at Newport B. I.
here at the Naval Air Station, where cleanliness and Q-I am a disabled Korea vet "Contents of our mall are no secret from each other", lamented

neatness has always been a byword. eran. What is my deadline for : both Ensign Millers. ;

applying for the special GI insurance .
Down through the years the Naval Air Station has available to disabled Korea I NAVY EM Can Apply For

been known for its neat appearance. Visitors and those veterans? I EXCHANGE CG AcademyEnlisted

reporting aboard for the first time have always been A-You must apply and pay S men of all armed ser

amazed at the "neat as a pin" look as they wend their your first premium within one vices may apply to take the com

way around the base. year from the date that VA has --- petitive examinations for cadet
determined -" --. ..-- Guard
your disability to be -- appointments to the Coast
HOWEVER, OCCASIONALLY we do get carelessand service-connected. Academy which will be held in

sometimes let trash pile up alongside our buildings, Q-Are VA's special "wheel- Particularly at this time of over 100 cities of the nation and

we let soft drink bottles accumulate, we let cigarette chair housing" grants available, year, the Navy Exchange Storesare abroad on February. 27 and 28

butts fall carelessly on the deck, toss candy. or lunch only to disabled WWII and Korea receiving many new items 1956.
veterans? dally. Recent arrivals have been In 1954, 138 enlisted men applied -
wrappers along the street, nonchalantly flip a paper cup -
reorders 'on both with all services represented
A-No. English. and
of all wars
into the gutter. American and 27 passed. Last winter, 87
.as well as those with peacetime bicycles, dolls, and many
Imagine what would happen we were all to getso service only, may qualify, so other'toy items. applied, 12 passed. In both years

careless. In time that "neat as a pin" look would disappear long as they meet<< the eligibility At the Mainstore, Halloween more than half the enlisted appli

and you would have something resembling the requirements of the law. items including costumes, masks, cants were from the Coast Guard

fairgrounds after it had closed down for the season. Q-If I take a ., noise makers and trick-or.treat with Air Force and Navy supply
correspondencecourse candies are now on display.For ing the next largest numbers.
WE CAN ALL BE mindful of the old adage "an under the Korea GI Bill, the men and ladies The overseas exams are offeredto
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure/' Follow at what rate will I use up my selection of sport large be sure men on remote ship
clothing for Fall
the simple rules of cleanliness, which are. akin to cour- GI training entitlement? is now on hand. For the children or stations can participate in the

tesy Put that soft drink bottle back jn the rack; A-one-fourth of the lengthof fancy cowboy boots have Just been, competition. Appointments arc
toss that paper cup in the trash can; throw' tliat cigar- the course will be charged received. made strictly according to exam

ette butt into the butt can; dispose of heavy trash into against your entitlement. If the New items of great interest ination results. There are no Con

the Dempster Dumpster; wad up that loose paper and course runs for two years, for the revolutionary liquid embroid are gressional or geographical quotas

toss it into the nearest waste paper. basl are do-it-yourself without sew
'Be A, Litterbug!1" montl/ of entitlement. sets which will give you realistic embroidery ing.Page patterns


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20 October 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Pago' ThieeVC62

Fas 109, FAW-11, VW-4, Fas 6, VP-5

I Scouting Sguudronsvc ,

a j
-szVC62'a :
tion of equipment, and a review1 of
Detachment 30- 5 departed -
personnel. The informal inspectionof
bag: and baggage for Mira-
VP-34 consisted mostly of
mar Calif., where It will board
squadron departments.
the attack aircraft carrier USS
Bennington for It was learned last week that
an extended cruisein

the Far East Capt. E J, S. Young, CommanderFleet

Air Wing Eleven who has I ,
Word was received last week
been hospitalized for over three
that three of the twelve lieutenant
weeks, spent the weekend' home

commanders on board which were. and is expected to be released
eligible have been selected to wearthe
from the hospital some time this
three full stripes of commander
week Comdn Frank Heyer', Chief >ti
increasing the assigned
com- .. Staff Officer, has been the acting
manders to eight
wing comamnder during the Cap

The Third Annual Carnation' tain's illness.!

Ball will be held on the Penthouse I
I The Fleet Air Wing Eleven dis-

Roof of the Mayflower Hotel The play which commemorated the PANEL CHIEFS Representing NATTCenter In a meeting of training commands, rating examiners

music will be furnished by Bruce I 15th anniversary of the Naval Air and writers of study courses to suggest Improvements in the advancement in rating struc- .

Thomas and his Orchestra. A 40- ture of the Navy were these eleven chief petty officers Seated (left to right) are John Fields, GFC; I

minute floor show has been Station, set up by the Public In- Marvin Kemper, GFC; George Thompson, AQC; Glen Rouge, AEC; Richard Conn, AEC. Standing

formation Office, made such a hit (left to right) Peter Alberghine, AEC; Lawrence Crutchfield, AKC; Lowell Marten! AOC; Wilbur

planned with VC-62's contributionto with Harry's Men Store on Main Stone AKC; Ralph Hardy AQC; and Harry Frakes, PNC.
the Ed Sullivan, 'Toast of the
that they kept (ft in their window
Town" Emmet Rodifer, AN, head-
until last Wednesday. For those Group Suggests Improvements In
Ing the bill. Corsages will be fur. SAFETYBox
who didn't get the chance to see
nished for the ladies plus door
it, pictures were made and will
Advancement In Structure
Rating Score
prizes of a man and lady's wrist I be In the Public Information Office
watch. -
Better qualifications for ad- Disabling Injuries Through

Three discharges took place this soon.'W. vancement in rating, better ser Ralph Hardy, AQC.

week: Claude Skyles, AK3; Robert 4 vice-wide examinations, and bet Others attending included 14 Tuesday, Oct. 18

Bower, SN; and Thomas Cook, A nameless hurricane ter Navy training publicationswere chiefs from the aviation unit of This Month 2
fluffy was
AT3. This Year 19
Eight men to make
seen in a downtown departmentstore the goals of a recent con- The Naval Examining Center ,
the Navy a. career, a new all-time Air Tech- Days Since Last
ference held at Naval
window-storm warningswere Great Lakes 18 from the aviation
high for this squadron in a month. ; Lost-Time Accident 11
nical Training Center Memphis,
They were Fred Newman, PHCA; flying in the backgroundbut Tenn schools of Memphis, Olathe,

even here the hurricane is Philadelphia Lakehurst and Pen-
Thomas Fanger ALC; Walter ,
being watched by VW-4 aircraft This is one -of a series of con-
Holt PIIC; Alvin Tolles, AD2; sacola; 14 petty officers and civilian Safety Group

Jefferson Blankenship, CS2; Richard The generosity of the Sear's department ferences between personnel of writers from the U. S. Naval

AT2 Fred Davis PHI store managers was eag- the Naval Examining Center, the Training Publications Center at
Myers, ; ,
and Richard OsgoodAN.. The erly accepted by squadron VW-4, Service schools, and the Navy Memphis and, a few officers and Offers List OfSuggestions .

squadron now has a reenlistmentrate and In conjunction with the 15th Training Publications Center. civilians from BuPers and the

anniversary celebration of the Na- ELEVEN CHIEF PETTY officers I- Commands represented.
of 54 per cent.
val Air Station on Oct. 15, a win from NATTCenter attendedthe THE CONFERENCE utilized

dow display depicting VW-4's panel including Harry Fra
of chief
Fa ron.l09 groups qualified petty Six recommendations were forwarded -
activities was erected. kes, PNC Marvin Kemper, GFC
All hands had an enjoyabletime ; ; officers for each rating and
The display showed a Navy Nep- Lawrence Crutchfield, AKC; Wil this month to the, com-
at the squadron stag' partyat school, the NEC and the Publica

Camp Seminole, South of Or- tune on a penetration flight Intoa ''I bur Stone, AKC; Lowell Marten, tions Center to analyze and make manding officer by the NATT

ange Pak last Friday. Ham, beer, tropical cyclone, and NAS Jack- 'AOC; Glen Mogen, AEC; Richard recommendations on the content Center Safety Committee.

sonville, and Fleet Weather Central Conn, AEC; George Thompson!
and all the trimmings were on the of service-wide examinations, the They included: Publicizing
Miami AQC; John Fields, GFC; GFC; I
were spotted on a qualifications advancement and
menu. Lively games of horseshoes, safety tips on vehicular traffic,
cut-out portion of Florida. Peter Alberghine, AOC; and the publications related to their
football volleyball, basketball and strict observance of school zone
The second "Super Connie" for
swimming furnished the entertain Commissary Store rating. speed limits, reporting speed vio-
the squadron Is due to arrive from
ment. Further study and evaluationof lations to officer of the day Inspection -
Closed Oct. 27
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
the recommendations made
Tentative plans are being laid and maintenance of vehicles -
factory Burbank Calif., sometime Commissary Store, located in the various the
for a squadron ping pong and during panels at recommending items for

horseshoe tournament. The squadron this week...This addition will bringto Building 135, will be closed for session will be made by the annual motor vehicle inspection,

eight the number of aircraft monthly inventory all day Thurs- appropriate commands and technical
football team, coached by I and narrow parking marks in

Steve Numick YNSN, romped to used in. hurricane tracking operations day Oct. 27. The store will be bureaus involved. Building 500 area.

two impressive victories last week. by VW-4. The two WV-1 open for business as usual, on I
Members of the committee
Constellations, which have given Friday Oct. 28. : when he coupled six more yearsto are
Donald M. Hays, AM2, was Comdr. Melville LeCompte Rich-
the squadron such fine service, are his present three. Binczak recently ;
transferred to AnacosUa last week.
ard YN2 Lt.
being transferred to, and will be Oceana, Va., added six to his already completed a decade of ser Campana, ;
Six new men reported aboard, W. H. Young CWO A. J. Beau-
used by, fellow Navy airmen at 13 years while Andersonwill vice jmd started the downhill trek ;
they were: Tom Henry AOAN, champ L. W. Lindsey, AOC
; ;
NAS Glynco, Ga. round out his 22 with four with four,more.
from Fasron 101, William Diosl, Melroy Gamache ATI, shippedfor CWO A. B. Hughes; L. H. Sheppard -

from Bainbridge, George Vosler, more. ADC CWO Matluk SSgt.J .
; ;
four October Combined
Fasron Six Thomas Ferguson, ATI, signedon on 14. ,
SN, from the USS Norfolk. Floyd L. Schmidt; Marine Lt. J. B.
Re-enlistments among Fasron the dotted line for two more the seven men represent 32 yearsof
Rose, ADI, reenlisted for six more Tyler; II. D. Canfield, HM1; Paul
future service.
Six personnel continue to mount. years on Oct. 7, and was followed
years. Maddry PNC and Spero Tasso-
An average of nearly one re- four days later by Harry Sellards, ;

enlistment per day was recorded Jr., YN1; Richard Rowe, AN; and VP-5 poulos, Safety Engineer.Toaslmaslcrs .

FAW-ll Administration during the period October 614. Joseph Binczak ADI. The Influx of new personnel- -..+----
The Annual
105 On Oct. 6, Joseph Taylor, A02, Sellards with eight years behind all part of the squadron's preparation ( Seeking
Inspection! of Fasron
raised his hand along with Peter him started another six; he for the Port Lyautey deploy
and an informal inspection of VP-
Anderson ALC in shipping over reported aboard from Argentia, ment continued through the Increase
34 was led by acting Wing Commander week. The :Mad Foxes are being Membership
for a total of 10 years. Taylor, Newoundland. Rowe took a long

Frank Heyer at Coco Solo, who reported here from VF-42 at step up the retirement ladder boosted for the anti-submarine Officers interested in self-im

Panama last week. Covering all mission with trained,
personnel, provement through speech, plus
departments and activities of the
and several additional
on-the-job- unequaled association with a good
Fasten and Squadron, the inspection trainees.
cross section of fellow officers
also included aircraft maintenance .
Already at work in their respective from all commands that make up
files and records, condl-
divisions are: Joseph Taylor, Jan Navy, are welcomed to join

AO2; Lawrence Hoffman, AD3; the Jax Navy Toastmaaters Club.

Free Navy Day At Charlie Willhite, ALI and James Officers who would like to join

Daval CoHniy Fair"Free Spence Jr., AT2. this learn-as-you-talk organizationin

The new on-the-job trainees being order to improve their poten
Navy Day" at the Greater j > b*
r processed! into the jobs that tialities as a Naval Officer, can
Duval County Fair will be Tues: M
Interest and suit them are: James call the president,Lt.KenKnoizen
day, November 1, from noon until
Baldwin, ATAN; David Kurtak, at extension 547.
midnight Sponsored by the American !
ATAN; David Relman, AMAN I .
Legion Post 88, all Navy and
Robert Sullivan, AKAN; William
Marine personnel In the area may Honors At AK SchoolGo
Stanley Jr., ATAN; Charles Lamb, '
get their guest tickets now avail. Weinstein
ATAN; James Ford, ATAN, and

able Exhibits from, division entertainment officers., and fun W. y M V j Y 1rT.1,Hr Hugh Moore, ADAN. I Sheldon Weinstein, AKAN, of

have been planned with the service rrr* fp' 4rr The aircraft transfers are now I the Bronx, N. Y., was the honor

man In mind for a day at the .....,...'... U PS t P complete that have outfitted VP-5 I student in last week's graduatingclass

Fair Grounds, Phillips Highway at A-BOMB TOTER LANDS ON CARRIER One of the Navy's with 12 of the new type P2V5-the I at Aviation Storekeeper

Bowden Road, U. S. Highway 1 new AiD-Is is the Skyhawk, smallest atom-bomb naval aircraft, "131" series. The uniformity of : School. He joined the Navy in

South. Bus service will be avail is shown about to make its first carrier landing. Qualifying tests aircraft is expected to increase February of this year,

able from Hemming Park to the were aboard the USS Ticonderoga. The Skyhawk, smallest plane crew proficiency In the operation I lie has been assigned to Dev-
atomic bomb has such small stubby wings, '
unleash ,
able to an '
and upkeep of the electronics and ron VX-3 at Atlantic City N. J.,
Fair Grounds and Special ThriftyCab they do not fold as Is customary with carrier planes. It can fly

Service. well over 600 mph. power plants apparatus. for duty.



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PO" 0 Four :NEWS' 20 October 1955


I' 1 \ To Reenlist

Three Naval Air Station men,

Five Navy- Wives club members SALTY HUMOR FROM who netted ,a total of $3,300 In

s folding money between them
attended a national meeting held
when they shipped over, were
at Naval Medical Center at Bethesda -
Disbursing Clerk: You forgotto quite emphatic In their reasonof
last week. Official
representatives why they decided to reenlist
of the local group were dot an "i" in your signature

Mrs, Ruth Reese president; Rita Bond Signer: Would you mind Cliffordilampson
it for ? I( Chief
dotting me .
Mann; Polly Lawrence; and Helen 1
Clerk I'm sorry Dental Technt-
Duncan. Mrs Ida Mae Davison, 4j:1 Disbursing :
chairman of the National Ways but it has to be in the same hand- _dan attached
writing. to the NAS
and Means committee, also at-
S e Dental; depart
tended. o
The approximate 100 members 3 iJ'a "Where do good girls go?" ask- ment, who be-
r gins the last leg

of the Navy Wives Clubs of America _....-. ., ... ..: .. ..4. ed the teacher.. of his Naval career -
'were shown the facilities at "To heaven," was the prompt
the' Center which Included the observation reply.
"This Is my lastreenlistment
tower, chapels, auditor- "And where do the bad girls AMPSON .

)um, blood and tissue banks, physiotherapy
THANK YOU, FRIEND Jasper Ellis, AA, (right) of Avia- goT" Four months and I round out
research institute
department, tion Electrician's Mate School, is reunited with a $50 bill he lost "Down to the fleet landing to my twenty. My days in the

and recreational facilities in the Navy Exchange Finder was Cpl. Charles Roesch of Airmail see the sailors come in." Navy have been good ones and
A donation of $(00 by the local Preparatory School, who turned the money over to Mrs. Carol S -
I anxious to the Fleet
Wehunt of the Navy Exchange. 'Twas a happy airman who was am try
Navy Wives Club has been
pre rejoined with his half-century note. "I'm worried about my husband's Reserve."
sented to the national scholarship Mrs. Bar.
eyesight, said "My wife ,
fund which goes to provide awards he mistookthe )
ker. Only yesterday
more than
to sons and daughters of enlistedmen Reserve Debt Will Not nursemaid for me." one, influencedme any

of the Navy, Marines, and :
J{0 w strange," commented to ship over
Coast Guards (active, retired with
Mrs. Jones, "and she's such a and make a Career
pay, or deceased). The award Is
usually an outright grant of at Harm Youths' Job StatusAn pretty girl, too". of it," says

S S Howard Ziglar,
least $250 per academic year.
Of the total amount presentedfrom unofficial survey indicates that youths who volunteer for Said a veteran sea I dog to a Com m Is sary-

the Jacksonville group: about six months' active\ duty followed by seven-and-one-half years in, the I rookie: "After we were torpedoedI man First Class :

$200 came from the proceeds of reserve 'will not hurt their civilian careers.A lived for a week on a can of of the Commls-'j

the Not-New Shop, under the direction poll of large corporations, sardines." nary Store ZIGLAR

of Mrs. Daniels, chairman taken recently by the United ligation under the new reserve Commented the seaman deuce: "She likes the Navy life as

act. didn't have much much as I do and I'm in for
Press, disclosed that most would "Say, you room
But some of the businessmen around did thirty," added Ziglar.
A hospitality box to be loaned to not hesitate to hire a man solely to move you?

newcomers here at the station is because of a lengthy reserve ob- consulted advised young men to Marvin Nelson .

available at the office,of ChaplainA. decide first what kind of job We stand in line to get a pass, [ Air Con-

S. Carpenter. With pots and Overseas they want and then pick the We stand in line to wash, I[trolman First

pans, bedding, and other basic V category of military obligation We stand in line to find a placeto [Class, of Operations -
household items, Navy Wives hopeto stand in line, by goshl! '
aid service ,families in their Travel Pay which best suits their needs. We stand in line to draw our pay, / who has

temporary homes until the arrivalof Several personnel directors said We stand in line to spend it, [just completedhis

their own household belongings\ For BustedAn that, while they would not rejecta But fellow men, we never have f. [' first hitch,

'* 5 S prospective employee becauseof To stand in line to lend itl! lays, "I rate
Coming up this month is Hal enlisted man serving overseas a long reserve obligation,' it just as many

lowe'en and a costume party who is busted below a grade would be a factor in the type of "What kind ,o; sailors are NELSON advantages I n

planned by Polly Lawrence, enter which entitles him to dependent job offered to him. they?" asked St. Peter. military life as I.would 'as a
travel will now be sent back to
tainment chairman and Corene Aston Most of the surveyed compa- "American," replied the gate civilian. In fact, my rate offers
the States at government
cochairman at the Navy nies grant reservists In their em- keeper. additional opportunities for the

Wives Club House on October 29 Formerly demoted if below the enlisted man E-4 ploy extra leave in addition to "Oh, let 'em In," said'St. Peter, future. Also that shipping over

A ward party was held Tuesdayat was grade I annual vacations, to attend sum- they'll want a transfer in six money will help out a lot in my
he had to
(with four years) pay
the Naval Hospital as a regular mer training camps. In most months anyway." forthcoming marriage.
out of his own pocket for the
feature of Wives draw civilian .
monthly Navy cases, they no pay
trip home for his family and
Club. Identification of flags was for this period. Some firms makeup Put me away in moth balls,
household goods. The change (No.
the game that highlighted the eve 39) to the Joint Travel Regula- the difference between the Hang me up to dry. Scout Troop 131

ning's entertainment employee's military and civilian The only thing I've lived for
tions calls for the government to
AFPS Has married another
( )
pay for travel to the man's first pay. guy. Lists Advances
The success of the Kiddle King ,
duty station in the United States.
and Queen contest has stimulatedthe Choice Aboard New
Men demoted overseas may Duly Badge AwardsThe
club's interest in producing a also ask that their dependentsand

play. goods be returned in advanceof Ships For Reenlisteesstatus Board of Review for Boy
t *
their own travel-to cover Scout Troop 131 approved 18 ad
Mrs June Lentz, member of busted Reenlistees will priority ,
case of a man to a gradein get top at receiving stations. vancements and 18 merit badges

Navy Wives Club, is teaching a which he can no longer support for assignment aboard new construction I Fleet volunteers meeting three last Tuesday night at the Naval
. series of baton classes conversion ,
twirling on his family overseas. o r major '
Air Station Scout Hall.
Saturday morning at NATTCenter Another phase of the new rul- vessels, according to a ComServ- eligibility requirements may apply Committee Chairman Henry
for this duty. They must have
auditorium. The following ing, not so popular with some en- Lant order.
Breitmoser and five committeemen
served six months aboard ship or
schedule has listed the elementof This of duty has previouslybeen
been set up for vari men, removes type the advancement of Jim
be within three months of com passed on
ous age groups: girls five to eight hardship which have in the available to men completinga
pletion of normal tour of overseas Baskervllle to the rank of Eagle
years old, 0900 to 1000; nine years past made overseas commanders normal tour of shore duty and
service prior to submitting their Scout. Baskervllle, an honor stu
and up, 1000 to 1100; boys' class, reluctant to bust or to demote. to personnel in general detail
request. Personnel on Fleet shore dent in the eighth grade of Lake-
all 1100 to 1200.
ages shore Junior School has attained
duty are ineligible. High ,
%*-* In addition they must have 15 this goal in minimum time.

"* months active obligated serviceto He is the son of Chief and Mrs.A. .
Option be determined by ComServ- J. Baskerville of NATf Center.

Lant transfer directive; they William Curtis and Michael King

Added ForReenlistees must have earned a 4.0 conductfor passed the requirements for Star

previous two quarterly Scout. Five boys were advancedto

mark periods prior to transfer. First Class and ten to Second

New construction and major Class: Merit badges were approvedin

conversion vessels covered by the cooking, rowing, first aid, pub
Enlisted personnel can request new order include the guided lic health, animal industry and

a new duty assignment missile heavy cruisers Canberraand fishing

option when reenlisting. Theycan Boston; attack aircraft car- The Court of Honor will be heldon

now request transfer to rier Saratoga; escort vessel 102; Thursday, October 20, at the
receiving station of choice.
ocean minesweepers Skill and Church of the Good Shepherd,
The new option allows reeru
Agile; coastal minesweeperThrush 1 Stockton and Park Streets. The
listees to request transfer to a
; oilers Poshatoula and next overnight camping trip it

receiving station of their Truckee; store ship Vega; radar planned for the last Friday this

choice for further assignmentby picket escort Vandivier and Wag- month.

the Chief of Naval Person- ner; and dock landing ship 32.
nel.There Also destroyers Forrest Sher- I wish I was a little egg

will be no guaranteefor IT'S DONE WITII MIRRORS A new mirror landing system man, John Paul Jones, and Barry; Away up in a twee,

next duty assIgnment. gets Its first tests aboard the aircraft carrier USS Bennington. cable repair ship 4; and ocean I wish I was a little egg

However, the three duty pref- Based on an idea 'developed by the British Navy, the new landing radar station ships 5, 6, 7, and 8. As wotten as could be-

erence expressed by the enlisted system consists of a large concave mirror and banks of green and The new ships, now at Charleston And when some Chief
amber lights which indicate to the pilot his glide path and alti-
man transfer to '
upon Newport arid Norfolk will Would at me-
start to shout
tude In relation to the carrier. Two Fleet Air Jacksonville squadrons
the receiving station will be be delivered between now and I'd frow wotten wittle self,
VA-105 and VA.36, were the first to try the system in my
taken into consideration. exercises off Mayport, Fla. July 1956 at East Coast ports. And spatter down on he.r.e .

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Navy Parade Scores Big Hit With JacksonvilleOne

of the most impressive parades military or otherwise, to be seen In Jacksonvillein kta
many a year was the big Navy parade last Saturday. One of the highlights of the ob !
servance of the 15th anniversary of the Naval Air Station, the parade had all the thing ,

that make a good parade, marching troops, guns, bands, colors, pretty girls, floats, military 4
equipment of all sorts, and even real fighter aircraft. The pictorial montage above
gives a good cross section of the parade. At top left are the smart looking whltehats
from Aviation Electrician's Mate School, NATTCenter; second from left is the Overhaul
& Repair department float; third from left is the Waves contingent; fourth from left

top row is the NATTCenter float. In the bottom row are (left to right) civilian em- I IA

ployees representing various industrial associations; Ensign students and officers of ,
AGO School} ; the NAS civilian employees float; and the Marines from Airman Preparatory -

School at NATTCenter. At right bottom is the reviewing stand, occupied by Navy :
and civilian dignitaries, including Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Thomas, seen in cen- c

ter, with hat. ;
,_ '

Blue Angels To Be Use Of Fog Oil Can Reduce ..* .

Seen.On Navy Log Effect A-Blast Heat RaysThe -e -

Show TonightThe Army Chemical Corps has I Art Courses Made
effective in off nuclear
Navy's famous flight exhibition disclosed that the effectiveness of Available In
team, the Blue Angels, heat rays. JaxThe
deadly heat rays from an atomic
will be the subject of the Navy TilE ItErORT says the exact Adult Education Depart
bomb can be reduced\ as much as
Log TV Show to be seen to- amount of fog oil used is Classified meat of the Duval County Board
night at 2230 over Channel 4. 90 per cent through the use of
but it is approximately the of Public Instruction In COopera-
The Blue Angels, organized smoke screens.A .
same aa that .used for screening tion with the YWCA have set
right here at NAS Jax in 1946, preliminary report on "Oper Us-not friendly to our shipmates up
for I tactical operations from enemy You kidding? drawing and painting classes to
have become world famous "
ation Teapot, the series of nuclear.
their daring, intricate aerial observers. New Waves reporting aboard be held at YWCA Tuesday morn
tests held last spring in Nevada,
maneuvers. They have appeared : Smoke screens cannot stop the simetimes feel they aren't wel- ings 0900-1200 and Tuesday even-
locally several times during outlined the success of the core'sTRAC a-bomb, but officials report that come and oldsters who have been ings 1900-2100..for the course
their nationwide tours. (Thermal Radiation Alter- here awhile the
TRAC la capable of covering a say girls reporting which will run to Christmas. The
Navy Log Is a weekly pre nating Clouds) project. It is designed larger area than the blast damageand aboard seem aloof.Misunderstanding.
sentation which depicts a different to absorb much of the effects -, can prevent much death and can do a lot price is only $2.00.

phaso of Navy life, action of the atomic bomb. destruction. (AFPS) to upset barracks life. Remember, Any Navy personnel from the

and Incidents. TIlE SMOKE* screens, producedby : these people are here to stay, so Air Station or their dependents

generators, give the same effect WEEKEND TIDE !: how about making them our will be most welcome to attend

Lillie Theatre Cuts as clouds in the sky filtering' HIGH LOW friends. A happy smile, a quick these classes. Further informationmay I

the sun's heat and light. AM.: PJL A.M. I'M. hlyah doesn't take a second but be had by 'phoning the

Membership Dues The artificial clouds'are not actually Frl. 11:27: ll:4: 4:41: 5:30: goes a long, long way.. YWCA t

smoke but fog oil, a vapor- Sat. ........_ 12:13: 5:30: 6:20: S
Memberships for the remainderof ized petroleum product which has Sun. 12:36: 1:03: 6:24: 7:16: Jax: Navy Crackerjax basket- Coast. Terry and Erma spent their
the 1955-56 Jacksonville Little proven between 75 and 90 per cent ball squad hits the road Nov. 1 for thirty days leave in California
, and I Pensacola to take on its first military while Dee went on to the fair .
Theatre season, seven plays
encounter for the season. The lands of Hawaii
full membership privileges, are Not-New Shop To OpenMerchandise
team Is still badly in need of play- S
now available at the reduced ers. The Cracker Jax'will have to' May Mason, Shirley Sick, Kathy

price of $9.00. DepartmentA bring forth a top contingent to King, and Carma Madsen joined

Those wanting to take part or new department will be opened by the Not-New Shop I keep pace with 1954-55's All Navy forces with the Mainside Waves
winners and it takes players in this, week- when the three girls reported -
attend the Little Theatre, call FL
operated by Navy Wives Club of the Station, according to Mrs. I
9-4425 for reservations or mail Ruth Daniels, chairman of that activity. ;order to do it. for duty at NAS. ,
S S S S SWitches
check to Little Theatre, 2032 San Merchandise in excellent condition or "almost new" will
Hungry after the base movie. and
goblins ghosts
Marco Blvd.j be sold by the shop at a 25 to 50 percent charge, based upon the
disclosed. 'The We: have a solution. Take the boyfriend scarecrows will all be at the big
Daniels project
value of the article, Mrs. new :
and try the coffee and cook- crew's dance Nov. 1. The dance is
trial basis. If it
will be in operation for the next 60,days on a i
of thcTimes it be ies being served nightly in the being hosted by the Station Waves
I Rhymes proves satisfactory by the end of that period, will probably
continued as a permanent branch of the Not-New Shop. Waves Lounge. Brisk weather is and will be a Post-Iialloween
6TARR ARK TIED BUTTONED Suggested items for sale in this category might include here and nothing tastes better thana Dance with music furnished by the

WE IN'1116 SERHCtr white elephants, out-growns, or misfits; articles of clothing hot cup of Java during the cool Station Band. Prizes for the best
WILL ASJDE costumes and refreshments will
household season.
pieces of furniture, or equipment.
Merchandise may be brought in or purchased by authorized ... add to the evening's fun and it U

military personnel and civilians, Mrs. Daniels pointed out. The Terry Connerly, Erma Yost, and forecast a merry time will be
shop will be open each Tuesday from 0830 to 1400 at Building Betty Deno have returned from a had by all who attend. The dance
S I 39. month's vacation on the West is open to All Hands.



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Week On Mainside Grid r- Briefs

The Mainside Intramural Touch Football League should have Twas like armchair radio or TV

wore action this week than_ the last two minutes of Dragnet, unless on fight nights last Thursday inIcing

something unforsecn happens to spoil. the fun. I, Hall during the Airman Preparatory -

With league play approaching I Six 26 and rasron 109 7, School inter-company
evening's.action Fasron: smoker. Capt. Tom Mooney, AN-P
Its final
phase every and I Standings of Tuesday (AM) athletic officer wrote to a razor
may leave abrupt '
Oct. 18. are: blade company and"a producer of a
the following -
sweeping changes on
morning's standings. STANDINGS' ,.,;. foamy substance and in return received -

Pis Pta two recordings familiar to
Football followers can expect .
their favorites to shoot the works Team \V L For Apt ; the ears of boxing audiences. Between -
of Furon 6 6 0 155 S9 rounds and between fights
this coming week when some
the following do-or-die battles VP-3.._ 5 0 113 30FAW11 the strains of these two familiar
f 1 102 57VC,62 commercials wafted over King
will be threshed out on the turf t!;:
3 1 118 26 ',. Hall's 800-fan audience.
a of the stadium and Mustin field:
FAW-ll Hospital 3 Z 62 181 .
VC-62 vs. VP-3 vs.
Operations, VP-3 vs. FAW-11 and Operations 3 f 70 99 An unusual grid play occurredat

possibly one of the most Important O&R Z 3 52 78 Gainesville this week where the
of the. bunch, VC62vs. NARTU Z f 134 122 FIRST DOWN League-leading VP-3 ran this play for a Univ. of Florida knocked off LSU's
games first down in recent fracas with Personnel as halfback Vinny
Fasron 10' Z f U 103 a
In 18-14 thriller. After
Fasron 6. with Tigers an. ,
Kareskle (with ball) went scooting over the midfield stripe
VC-62 FACES a blistering schedule VWf 05 19 123 the Personnel team in pursuit. The Huskies won this melee, 20-6, running from the LSU 39 to the

as it mets five teams in the Personnel 0 6 31 151 and are leading the Mainside Intramural touch grid circuit. one-yard line UP Halfback Jackie

next seven days, including threeof Simpson fumbled as he reachedthe
the loop's roughest contenders.The 5 iiA1*. *' r 'v.tff'awf VL 11 AnswerCratkerjax goal line, and the ball was

Composite Squadron has bolstered ftmm ui picked off in mid-air in the end

its lineup to meet the zone by Vince Gonzalez of the

the challenge; one recent additionwas Tigers who Immediately tossed it

Softball ace Don Glidewellwho out of bounds.
played for the first time Cage I The play was ruled a touchbackby

against NARTU this week, scor- squad of 11 players Is now the officials and the ball put

ing twice. turning out with Coach Jim Black in play by LSU at their own 20-

Fasron 6 and VP-3 enter the for the 1955-56 edition of the yard line.
expected donneybrook with unbeaten Jax Wave Crackerjax basketball
records. The Service team. Announcement' was made M/Sgt. Ernie O'Neal of Airman

Squadron team took over the Huskies Retain SupremacyIn this week that Ltjg( ) Matt Kuri- I School made his first appearancelast

league lead for the first time this lich coach of last year's AllEastern : week as a fight referee and

I season this week with a pair of Mainside IM Links PlayThe Navy champions from Jar I got away with a good job. O'Neal

wins against Fasron .109 and would not handle the squad this I has handled Marine boxing match

'., VW.4.IN Mainside Intramural Golf League rocked along with season because of pressure of I en on the West Coast and keeps

TilE LATTER effort Fasron little change this week as. most teams began to swing into other duties. the boxers moving along.
6 set a new league scoring record action after a week of rain. Now turning out with Coach

for the year by crushing the Only one.change marked the Black are Ann Simmons, NAS; Three Wave are members of

Hurricane Hunters 62-0. I standings-Hospital displaced Ad- Clure all won points boasted for NARTU winnersin Pat Ashcraft, NATTC; Woman golf teams in the NATTCenter Intramural -

ministration the fifth place while FAW-ll Marine Gay Cooper NATTC; league and are holding
The previous two-team combined -
Bill Carrier and T. J. Cummings -
scoring mark fell last Friday -' team-with the Admin team as- who his match Diane Fitzpatrick, NAS; Joan their own against male competi

in a 63-point set-to between suming the No. 6 slot.VP.3's won by Hayes, NATTC; Nancy Gibbons, lion They,include Teddie Jackson,
default. Jim Ellis and Bill Scar-
NAS Pat Defoe NATTC Alice with Special: Services Anne Beach
; ; ; ,
NARTU and Hospital which the Huskies continued to brough halved 'their match to
Vetter NATTC Sally Cornwell, Training Facilities and Pat Sho-
; ;
Weekend Warriors 38, the circuit's leading
won by a rock along as complete the scoring.ADMINISTRATION.
NAS; Shirley Higgins NAS; and ver Administration. Watch out .
25 coUnt. The old record was 50 team, but NARTU piled up 3% ,
points, scored in a 32.18 Fasron more .points in a match with Jane Sessler, NAS. Babe Zaharias!
outscored .
Coach Black urges all Waveson
6 victory over FAW-ll earlier FAW-ll to remain a strong con-
ComFairJax 3\- -2% as Pete the Station interested in try
this Fall. tender for the title. NARTU VP-3
Gushanas scored a 44 to down ing out for the team to reportat ,
Operations downed winless Fleet Air's George Johnson in the 1930 in the gymnasium build

VW-4 in another high-scoring encounter FROM ALL indications the best match of the day. Johnson ing 513. Share LeadIn

which saw the Weathermen VP-3-NARTU match on the carded a 47 to lead ComFairJaxscorers. .

lose 20-19 after missing a tie final week of play may decide .

cm an incomplete point-after- the title. FAW-ll Fasron 109 Operations picked up 7% pointsin Volleyball Bowling
touchdown VW-4 had and Administration
pass. surged;
two matches to challenge Sup- NARTU and VP-3's Huskies
from behind a two-touchdown( deficit all over the .500 mark for the Crew Unbeaten
ply for eight place. First; the Ops held the leads in the National
before missing the chanceto and capable of swiping
season are
team Supply to 3.3 draw and American
played a League races respectively -
With Aviation Electrician'sMate
deadlock the valuable points from the leaders.
and then downed Fasron 109 4}- this week, but both
School Class B out in front
Other results for the week included In the week's most important 1% to bring'their season's per- leagues tightened considerably in
without defeat the NATTCenter
a -
VP-3 39 O&R 12 Fasron match NARTU downed third-
: ; ; centage to .400. the upper brackets. ,
109 19, VW-4 0; VC-62 38, NAR- place, FAW-ll 32George\ STANDINGSVP3 volleyball league was to close In the National League only a
Its schedule
TU 6; FAW-11 26, Personnel. 7; Frye, Dan Home, and Ralph Me- this week. hair's breadth separates NARTU
Last week's results AE-A
lift 3tt .808 : won
from second- place Electronicswith
-- --- -- --
The Fearless Three OfferWeekly.Prognostications NARTU ...:..- 26 10 .722 over NavAirWeaps, J .13, 13-15, a fine 15-1 slate. Electronicslost
15-13: ; AE-B over Special Services,
FAW-ll 14% 9% .604 its first point to an opponentin
15-7: 15-9: ;. AE-B over NavAir
Fasron 109 11 7 .611 a match with Personnel Mon
Weaps, 15-11: 15-9; AE-A over
Hospital 10 8 .556 AO, 2-0, '2-9; AK over Special day.COMMUNICATIONS
((7-1)) and
Beginning this week and continuing until the end of the football Admin. 1_ 13 11 .542 Services, 11-15 15-11, 15-11; Nav Personnel (8-4) aren't too far off
Jax Air News will for its football- AlrWeaps over AO, 2-0. 2-0; AE-B
eason present a "special" feature VC-62 15 15: .500 the pace .in the NL as they cur-
Blinded readers. over AK 15-7: 1 -11; AE-A over
Supply 11 13 .458 rently rank third and fourth re
Three members of the reporting staff, Nancy Ward SN, Joe AN-P 15-9, 15-4; NavAirWeaps .
Operations 12 18 ,400 spectively.Six
Carzilli, YN2, and Marion Cracraft J03, will throw caution and over AK, 15-8 and 1614. teams in the American
ComFairJax 10>i 19ft .350
their reputations to the winds as they attempt to pick the weekly STANDINGSTeams League boast .500 marks or better
gridiron winners. Fasron 6 7 17 .206 Won L oat
with Fasron 6 ((11.6)) and VC-62
The member of the trio the at the FawtuLant AE-B School 11 0
possessing highest average 5V4 18Vi .229 ((7-5)) leading the rest of the pack
md of the season will be awarded a free lifetime subscription to AE-A School 9 1 behind the huskies.ELECTRONICS .

(the Jax Air News. AN-P School 4 5 picked up four

Here are their follies (oops!), selections for Oct. 22: lJlainsideIlJICage'ccting NavAirWeaps 5 6 points from Special Services ina

WARD GARZILLI CRACRAFT AK-A School 3 8 match which saw Marshall Mac-
USC-California USC USC use [ Oct. 28 AO-A School 2 7 Donald lead the winners with a
Princeton-Cornell Princeton Princeton Cornell Special Services 1 8
Harvard-Dartmouth Harvard' Dartmouth Harvard A meeting for eprcaentaUvesof three game score of 473 and a

Duke-Pittsburgh Duke Duke Duke all activities wishing to participate r one-game high of 190. Gonzalesof
Georgia-Tulane Georgia Georgia Georgia in the Mainside Intra Special Services bowled 489 to
Kentucky-Florida Kentucky Florida Kentucky lead both teams in the match.
mural Basketball League will
Mich. State-Illinois Mich. State Mich. State Mich. State
Arkansas-Miss. ArkansasWashington MississippiStanford MississippiWashington be held Oct. 28 at 0930 in Building NARTU blanked Supply as the

Wash.-Stanford 930. Eu+aaw; league's leading kegler Art Yar-

Wisconsin-Ohio St. Wisconsin Wisconsin Ohio State Although the loop will get mak, once again came through
Miami (Fla-T.C.U. Miami Miami MiamiOklahoma underway sometime in Novem- G un'w tyw with a high of 549. Yarmak be-

OklahomaColoradoPurdueNotre Oklahoma Oklahoma ber, Ironman Trophy points will came the first bowler in the circuit
DameTennesseerDayton Notre DameTennessee Notre Dame Notre DameTennessee
Tenn. be inch/ded on Intramural competition to roll a 200-plus game for

W. Va.-Penn: St. Penn. State W. Virginia Penn. State 'for the first half of \ t the season as he scored a 209 in

(Editor's Note: Since the editor has been snubbed and is not 1956. The league must begin fI his first game of the evening. His

able to get in his two cents worth, all that ian be said is "these play before the end of the year ft teammate Ralph McClure posted

prognostications) are not the opinion of the officio dominie and if in order to complete its sched- t a 514 in the victory.

our readers wager one little shekel on the basis of the above, it's ule. "Must be payday J All ya' find Standings for the week, ending

their own funeral.") are swanky filter tip butts!" Tuesday (A.M.), Oct. 18 are:




20 October 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven a..

UnbeatenVP-3, %.; Licenses, Shotguns, Regs I

VC-62 Clash In Available For HuntersHunting .

licenses and regula- .
VolleyballTwo vember 7, with every
tions for Florida State and Du-
day. The upland bird season, Including -
unbeaten titans of the val County are available at Turkeys, is open five

Mainside Volleyball League collide NATTCenter and Mainside Spe- days a week, being closed on
this week In what should be
Fridays and Saturdays.
cial Services offices
of the season' most decisive
one I '"
matches. State licenses are $7.50 and

VP-3 ((5-0) and VC-62 (4-0)) county licenses $2.00."The hunt, ..

meet in "the big one" today at Ing season on birds begins No- Six Claim

1130 on the VP-3 court, with the vember 23 and extends through

winner assuming the favorite's January.

role for the loop title. Shotguns are available to Prizes For'Honesty'
Two of the league's improvingteams those personnel who have been

Fasron 6 and NARTU, checked out and thoroughly '

climbed into a third-place tie r. qualified In the use of the gun.

with identical 3-2 records as each Guns at NATTCenter can be

club picked up two wins duringthe obtained 0900 to 1630 Monday Six station golfers found that

week's activity. & through Friday at the Fish honesty is still the best policy last

NARTU whipped 0 & R first, Shack, located behind the Navy Saturday when the course sponsored *

15-10, 15-9, then knocked over Exchange. Some 50 shotguns an Honor Tournament in
Fasron 109 15-4, 15-10 while will be available at this location.

Fasron 6 downed 0 & R 15-1, At Mat I n lid i e guns can be which each golfer picked his own

15-6 and Fasron 109 15-3, 1512. r 1 checked out at Building 930. handicap. .

VW-4 announced it was with- The season on dticks opens No- The six linksters accurately selected
drawing Its entry in the league ; a personal handicap which
in the only other major develop- N'. \. n 55 .... n ... .. .n.._......... ... ..m_. ... ..._ no onLET.S gave them a net score of between
Personnel Rules
ment of the week. 70-74 and qualified them for prizesof
GO HUNTERS Roshthe prize pointer of John
Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.) Brouilette, CS2, at NATTCenter, pleads with' her master to get Center tfcglcrs new golf balls.

Oct. 18, are: the hunting: season underway. With them Marine M/Sgt Robert Falling in. the four point range '
Huffman of Broullette's The Led by Dave Frie and Russ Morris -
one hunting companions. season on
were Mike Slice Fred
Team \V L rd. K. J.
quail and pheasant opens November 20. both with better than 160
VP-3 _._.._._.. 5 0 1.000VC62 Christensen, Rod Penny, Ted Dawson .
_____ 4 0 1.000 averages, Personnel is topping the and Guito Ruscetta. .

Fasron 6 3 2 .600 AO School Wrests Center NATTCenter intramural bowling Slice fired an 86 and picked a
league by one game as a result of
NARTU'__ 3 2 .600 last week's play. handicap of 13 for a net of 73;

0&R _ 2 3 .400 Gill shot a 94 minus 22 for 72;
Fasron 109 1 4 ,200FAW11 Fret's 171 average is tops for Christensen, 94-21 for 73; Penny,
0 3 .000 Grid Loop Leadership individuals. High game laurels are
83-9 for 74; Dawson 89.16 for 73,
held Don Carlson of Aviation
FAETU 0 4 .000 and Ruscctla selected a nine handicap
Aviation Ordnancemen, used to heaving around heavy ammo Storekeeper School who posted a to go with his score of 80

cases, used their beet to good advantage in the first round of the fat 212. Bowie Rolan of Aviation for .a. 71-net total. 0

Assembly GainsIn NATTCenter touch football league and swept through its five games Ordnanccman has high series a t

I without a defeat with 540.Personnel.

NAS-O&R ---- boasts high game of
Second round was underwaythis also was outstanding. RalliesTo
811 while Airman Preps Numberone 38
week with the addition of a Morrie Hollowell on a screen has high series with 2323 and

Alley ActionThe seventh team-Aviation Ground pass from Johnny Culbreth for -35 high average with 746.

top echelon of-the NAS- Officers School to the circuit.. yards tallied the touchdown for Individual high averages: Frel, Trim 37
Personnel 171: Bottoroff, AK
0 & R Bowling League tightened The Ordnancemen swept Into Special Services.
164 Morris Personnel 161
; ;
. a bit this week as Assembly AVIATION GROUND Officers
up first place as a result of their I Clegg, AGO, 159; Way, AN-P, 158; In SmokerRallying
gained a game on league-leading 14-12 victory over the strong Avia- broke into the league last week Williams, AO, 165! ; Freeman Mar-

Planning No. 2, cutting their mar- tion Storekeeper School eleven.) I with a 6-6 tie against Aviation AvDet 163; Bruner, AN-P1 .152;
gin over the second-placers to a to win three fights in
Touchdowns by Matt Kurilich for Ordnancemen. Kurilich tallied for Russell, AG02 152; and Green ,
single game. five yards and by Paul Moore for wood, AN-P1, 152.NATTC a row and ekeing out a pair of
the Gunnies on a 20-yard play off
draws, Company 38 managed
Planning No. 1 also stayed rightin 30 yards and conversions by both I ,
line in third of Bill I guard and Jim Flaherty counted Howling gain a split decision against Com
place, taking a proved the margin victory. Lost
Teams Won Ave
for the Ensigns on a five-yard 37 in the Marine boxing-
2-1 win over Accessories in Fridaynight's Mathews and Norm Brewer tallied I pany
hardwood action. the Storekeeper touchdowns. !guard play, Personnel 13 3 721 smoker at King Hall last Thursday -
AN-PE 12. 746 .*
Assembly made its upward bid HOWEVER, the Storekeepers Standings AO School12- 4 734
the ten-bout
for first place with a 3-0 white- opened the second half with a AN-P2 11 5 682 Topping program
(First Round) presented by Airman Preparatory
washing of Cowling Shop while 12-6 win over Special Services AK School 10 6 688 School was a four-man blindfold

Planning No. 2 lost ground witha with the combination of Brewer Trams Won Lost 1'ctl: NavAirWeaps 10 6 666 contest which ended in a draw

2-1 victory over ninth-place Sup- and Mathews again scoring the AO-A School 5 0 1.000 AG01 School 7 9 655 and herein everybody got -walloped -

Ply.J. winning point. Some sparkling AK.A School 4 1 .800 AG02 School 7 9 645 but the referee. Bernie McCarthy
F. Teske rolled' new single- backfield play by Ray San Jose AE.A School 2 3 ,400NavAirWeaps Disbursing 5 11 662 and Alfred Baldeschwielder

game high score of 226 thisweek. helped set up the touchdowns for 2 3 ,400 Spec. Servo 5 11 616 represented Company 38 while

replacing the previous mark of the winners while the line play of AN.P School 1 4 .200 AE-A School 2 14 624 May Campbell and Bob Patrick

222 bowled by E. Brock in the Kenny Schubert and Dick Jones Special Services 1 4 .200 TraFacilities :2 14 619uuim wore the colors of Company 37.
first two weeks of the season.
Other 200-or-better. lines were BOBBY WAKNOCK opened the '

posted by Bob Bowers of Plan- NAWS Medics affair with a victory for 37 when

ning No. 2 and team captain E. A. he won the decision from George

Rutten of Metals Division who Pollek but Doug Hanson evened
Share Center the with win Dece-
each rolled a 200 game last week. score a over-

The season's high average trad- derio Araiz.

ed hands from C. B. Adams to Links LeadNaval Then 37 went .on for three

Roy Askew Friday, although the straight wins and Bob Seidler defeated -

averages of both keglers were off Air Weapons System Jim Fondenberg, Bob Wilson -

three points from last week. Askew School and Medical-Dental are scored over Neal Byrnle as a

now leads the league with 174. making a race out of it for the result of a right hook knockdownand

Standings NATTCenter intramural golf Norm Welch defeated Tommy

Team Name Won Lost Pet. championship with the Missiles in Hun toon.

Planning No 2 16 2 .889 the van by two points. COMPANY 38 HIT the come-

Assembly 15 3 .833 Facilities back trail when Eddie Wood
Last week Training
Planning No., l 13 ts .722 two scored against Herman Pucket,
spilled the dope by taking
Electric Shop 10 8 .556 Medical-Dental when and Herschel (Hurry) 'Cain scoreda
Metals Division 10 8, .556 Comdr.points Robert Woods(<.1e and Ed knockout over Bill George in "
Pow r Plant the first
10 8 .556 with wins. ,
Siegfried came through
Production AN-P 21'2' r For the first time since Airman
Results: Tuesday .
PlannIng 9 9 .500 Medical-Dental i t. School has been running boxing
AO 1J,4! ; TraFac 2,
Cowling Shop 9 9 ,500 1 Nav matches, the bout between Tommy
Administration ;
2; AGO,
SuPply 8 10 .ut AirWeaps 4, Special Services 0; Mountain 38, and Benny Walker
Masters andForemen ,resulted in a draw. Mountain won
AE-A 2, AG02 2; and AGO3 %,
8 10 .4H the first round but Walker came
Supply 3%,
Engineering 8 10 .Ht back strong in the second and the
Metals No. 2 i 11 .389 Thursday results included Med- h '. third was scored even.

Accessories Dental 3 AK !'j; AO-A 3, Administration i iPARDON
6 12 .333 % In the last bout before the blindfold
Emergency 1; NavAirWeaps 3, MY GLOVE Bob Seidler of Company 37 stands event Walt Lyon evened

Repair 6 12 .333 TraFac 1; AG02 2>4, AG01 1%; with cocked mitt over Jimmy Fondenberg of Company 38 after I things up for Company 38 with a
Ground Services 1'1; in the Airman Preparatory; School smokerat
Check 5 13 .278 Supply 2%, Special a no-count knockdown decision against Dick Scavey.
went to win the decision
Seidler on
Machinists 5 13 .278 AE-A 3'-2, AGO 3. King Hall last Thursday.


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1 ; A Picture

amnmFOR I HOT AIR rr

I. (Continued from Page 1) 1{

KENT' aviation."

1 rm. turn. apt, Murray Hill Sec The Secretary laid hearem, -
4 phasis on the seaplane since jet
tion. EV 9-3176. Mrs. Gaines
has eliminated the
5 rm. turn. apt $70. 2363 Myrtt Y. Ps power propeller
hampering its development in
EV 73935. Mrs. George. '
< World War II. Today seaplanes
3 2 rm. furn. apt $35. 2363 Myra.
caX'be built with performance to
*V 73935. Mrs George.
w A equal any land plane, he pointed
) N y}
2 rim turn apt $50. 852 St Clair w1yNAVY'S
out The oceans will be-their runways -
St. EV 83992.
with no problem of sover
5 rm. unfurn. hse. $75. 1283 DancySt.
EV 75859. F eignty; and they can carry heavy

loads over long distance, refuelingand
i 2 rm. turn apt 2967 Selma St
rearming at sea. For these
: EV 96480. Mrs. Nell.
reasons, he asserted, the seaplane
2 rm. turn apt. Murray Hill Section -
EV 82039. promises. to be an important addition -

( to the carriers, missile ships,
1 bdrm. furn. apt. 2854 Corinthian
submarines, and fast-moving amphibious
Ave. $40. EV 8-4235. Mrs. Miller '__
forces carrying the U. S.
3 bdrm. hse. 4617 Susses St Ext. Marines.

789 or EV 9-8214. Mrs. Pager i'l'tn terry, but I'm out
All these developments, he con-
Lge. bdrm. kltch. priv. optional.EV cluded, have passed the 'researchand of lush"Missed
9-3380. Mrs. Paltere.
development stage, and are
Widow will share home with cou- now in (the
production stage
NEW SEA-GOING JET This composite picture of Mess
ple' or ladies. 2105 Lakeshore the Navy's new multi-Jet seaplane, the XP6 M-l, was snapped Secretary Thomas spoke followIng ,

Blvd. EV 9-1592 or EV 9-6539. during Its recent maiden flight over Chesapeake Bay. Top photo a banquet given by the Jacksonville (Continued from Pare 1))
Mrs: Smith. shows the 600mph seaplane skimming: over the bar on Its takeoff. Chamber of '.Commerce.Sarllerhe .
Center picture shows the plane in flight and (below) resting on Into the law but has no yet been
2 bdrm. hse. Partly turn $60. EV water after landing. The huge plane is powered with four J-71 had inspected Jax Navy put Into effect

9-9800 Berrie. turbojet engines and designed to crjilse at 40,000 feet. The Navy installations by helicopter and reviewed -

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $70. 6110 will use the plane primarily mlnelaylng and photo recon work. the giant 15th anniversary Even when the directive is out,

Lynwood Ave Avail. Nov. 1. This Is the type of seaplane referred to by Secretary of the Navy parade in downtown Jacksonville it will not increase the per-meal
Charles Thomas in his talk in Jacksonville, Fla. last Saturday, in He returned to allowance of married men by $1;
Washington Sunday
EV 9-0259. -
the climax of the 15th anniversary celebration of the Naval Air
will still have to
subtract the
2601 Park St they
3 rm. furn. apt. $55. Station.
EV 82770. Houston. amount ,they would draw per mealat
novels, histories, biographies, and the ComRat rate. For dinner
3 bdrm. hse. Mrs Parker EV 7-
3658. tactical analysis are relying on Aviation P03s this is 40 cents. The net increasefor

acts, divorced from sectional bitterness -
3 rm. turn apt. $40. 3008 Park (Continued from Page 1)) a Pentagon-based married man
to make novels
who eats his noon meal in the
St EV 9-4232. Mrs. McDavid.
cided to make the Navy a
plausible, history more honest, biography building*"will thus run about 60
2 bdrm. turn apt Nr NAS. 204 "
more human and strategymore career.
cents meal about
per or $13 per
River Rd. Orange Pk.
vivid. This volume, an excel- Aviation ratings I In month ( work
pay figuring five-day
4 turn 5705 Timu-
rm. partly apt
sent history of the South from I
convert week).
Rd. E. Denfield. I grades Eand E-5 can
-If quana 1831 to 1865, gives a picture of an .
1 bdrm. furn. apt 3203 Lakeshore to AT, AQ, or GF, while thosein .
era rather than the customary accent -
Blvd. Mrs. Nelson. Historical Atlas of the U.S.: I pay grade E-6 can convert to
on the Civil War.
2 bdrm. furn apt 2245 College. Maps have their own fascination AQ or GF only. Chiefs can con- Capt. Harris

EV 7-4996. Mrs. Greek. which few people will deny. We Decisive Battles of The Civil vert to the AQ rating only.
Wars Detailed study of the battles (Continued from ,are 1)
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt $65. 660 suggest this reference book for Complete details on the changeover
and campaigns which will interest lito, Calif The Harris' have two
for factual In

Shearer St PO 46904. Mrs. pleasant browsing, program are contained in
.. h, ,. Simmons. formation-or to settle arguments! any man or woman who has followed BuPcrs Instruction 1440-13. children, a daughter, Mrs. Ken
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Orange Pk. Over three hundred maps tell accounts of war or who Coskey, who !resides at Milton,

112 8-4134. Mr. Bardinl. the history of the U.S. from colonial wishes to understand how the bat- Perry Selected Top Fla. where her husband is a Navy .

1952 34' American Use. Trailer. times to the present showing the tles final were outcome.fought which Influenced AE School StudentAlton flight Instructor at NAAS Whit-

Azalea Trailer Pk. Lot 39. Ext. changes and growth in population,, ing field and a son, William S.

423. C. W. Sides. railroads, manufacturing, politics, Stlllnesi At Appomattox A Perry, AEAN, of Seattle, Harris II, who makes his homeat

school, agriculture, cattle and dozens study of the Army of the Potomac was the honor student in last Opelika, Ala.

FOR SALE of other facts of our way of from midwinter 1864 to Lee's surrender week's graduating class from Aviation

1952 American hse. trailer. Lot life A wealth of information, This volume completes Electrician's Mate School Preparatory School at Norman.He .

49. 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. graphically presented Bruce Catton's trilogy; Mr. Lin- Class A.Joining. has been assigned to the Naval

1953 Shultz 29' hse. trailer. Lot 5 Land They Fought For: Another coln's Army and the Glory Road the Navy in December, Auxiliary Air Station, Kingsville..,

Azalea Trailer Pk. Mr. Ridzell. are the two preceding volumes. 1954, he later attended Airman ; Texas, for duty.
subject with universal appeal is
3 bdrm. C.D. hse. Avail. l Jan.
the Civil War The recent release Confederate Agent: The author

6035 Cedar Hills Blvd. Riven. of excellent material accents the was hunting material for a chapter -
burg. point of those historians who claim in his Desperate Women when Space Visitors Are I

3 bdrm.: hse. 4542 Blount Ave. no reliable history can be written he came upon material which had I

Lcdr. Arnold. Ext. 622 or 203. until 100 years after an event.It been sealed for 90 years! (It's as Green Smelly Glowing

1953 28 Vi' hse. trailer. $1500. Ext. Is interesting to note that succinct a review of literary .
Want to know what the average
8230. Lowe.
sleuthing as we've seen!) The long
29' hse. trailer. Lot 5. Azalea Trail visitor from outer space looks
er Pk. l oppressed material reveals an incredible like:tUe's 1-rN/NK Itlc

1950 Silver Star 33' hse. trailer. I history of the Confederate a little green fellow whose

Lot 84 Azalea Trailer Pk. Fia- -. Underground In the North and the best friend apparently hasn't given -

nance. ; master mind back of a conspiracy him the word, according to

2 bdrm. C.B. hse. 6021 Sabre Drive. .M't. which involved most of Illinois people who say they've seen one,
because> he smells bad. And when
EV 71133. John Bleneman.
Indiana and the Ohio.
he gets excited, he glows.
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. 5105 Banshee 1 I
material for those to whom factual for this
i ii The authority descrip
Ave. EV 72489. Thompson. I
5 rm. CB. hse. GI. equity $7200 : espionage Is good reading. tion is Capt. Robert C. White, the

Bal. $50. 5322 Camilla Ave. Rebel Rose: "Wild Rose of the Air Force's official "flying saucer

Lakeshore. Chalus. Confederacy"-Rose O'Neal Green expert.

MISCELLANEOUSRide how Astounding life and tragic In the past three years, he has

wanted to Hutchinson, Kan- death of a' beautiful and brave answered well over 2,000 letters

from people who say they've seen
sas. Leaving between now and woman.

Dec. 1. Contact Mrs. N. Watkins.EV v flying saucers or their occupants. '
Proud New Flag: Blue Hurricane l.:
; Two novels of the Civil War HE HAS HEARD all kinds of
Ride wanted from LaFalle and '
-i : based on naval strategy which is descriptions, but the most frequentare
Cedar to Bldg. 907, NAS-0800- with a smile.
1630. Call Ada Ext. : dramatic material seldom given of small, green, luminous,
Boatright. Only a few of the reports that
all the stories
smelly types. Despite
attention in
68(. history or story.
Capt. White Is convinced thatno reach Capt. White and a groupof
Rider wanted to Calif. Leaving on AF Investigators at Wright-
Pty h space' men have landed on the
or around Oct. 25.: Help drive earth. Patterson tell of invader from

and share expenses. Inquire EV ,' ',> f outer
'" \ space.
9-9607 after 2000. Ennlss. .j" '" ':' :" JciHAftTl| | | ILIOIE 55 'Still, people keep insisting thatthey've
of them describe
RETAlDlelRl ISIHIAP EON 5 seen little green men," "Most simply
Ride wanted from Riverside and + < ," "
., _
,. aaaa asttn unidentified flying objects, Capt.
1. o! ., > he says. A recent report con-
Barrs to NATTC. 07301610. ....
I AIS S.aaHBH.QQCI White said. "In the 12 months that
:' 5 a.natuna. cerned a flying saucer that supposedly -
Ext. 547 or EV 7-1466 Evenings. Q11! BHTrl
: alPS J I rfAlpffJlQf!! | joftTEPIPIi.opjl5gftgl| landed a band of little ended Aug. 1, we had 430 reports,
Eby. TWO AND TROPHY, TOO!! | | [ | [ green men near Hopklnsvllle, Ky. and we explained all but 21.
2 riders wanted. Leaving for Los Jackie and Sharon Forman of 6REIAseo RE.IOE61 T BQH9 They were said to be three feet "Our position Is this: Given

Angeles on or about Oct. 30. the Sacramento Calif. Air Defense Information about
AFT. BQuaa HBO tall with big round eyes. enough any
i Contact M/Sgt R. G.. Bagube. Filter Center, pose with Gin R A..otiaa EHIgjrioipgisi sighting, we believe we can ex

EV 85967. the Maj. Richard I. Bong Tro- plQ UIN EIS + "SOME\ FOLKS BELIEVE we plain it In a natural and unsen-
phy recently won by the East 1M EIA NISI
Riders wanted to Calif. Leavingany ern Air Defense Force at the actually have a little green man satlonal manner-that is, prove

' time. Contact M. C. Garrity. AFs world-wide rocketry meetat pickled in alcohol out at Wright that it was a weather balloon or

4402 Amtlsdale St EV 9-7607. Yuma, Ails (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle) Patterson AFB in Ohio," he said something." (AFPS)


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1''j IPlllii A Picture JiOT AIR

: aviation.(Continued" from Pare 1)

The Secretary laid heavy emphasis
4, rm. turn. apt.. Murray Hill Sec
1 on the seaplane since jet
. tion. EV 9-3176. Mrs. Games.
power has eliminated the propeller
5 rm. turn. apt 70. 2363 MyrtoEV
S hampering its development in
73935. Mrs. George. :: '
F World War H. Today seaplanes
2 rm. turn. apt $35. 2363 Myra. SiJLUIr
c; 'be built with performance to
-EV 73935. Mr. George.
equal any land plane, he pointedout
2 rm. furn. apt 50. 852 St Clair
; The oceans will be-their run
St. EV 83992.
ways, with no problem of sovereignty -
:5) rm. unfurn. hse. $75.1283 DancySt I II '
I ; ; and they can carry heavy
EV 75859.
loads over long distance, refuelingand
I 2 rm. turn apt 2967 Selma St :
4I rearming at sea. For these
EV 96480. Mrs. Nell.
reasons, he asserted the seaplane
I 2 rm. turn: apt Murray Hill Sec-
,2 V4k '
ap A t ao I k ., promises to be an Important addition r_
tion. EV 82039.
to the carriers, missile ships,
I 1 bdrm. turn apt 2854 CorinthianAve.
submarines, and fast-moving am-
$(0. EV 84235. Mrs. Miller.
phibious forces carrying the U. S.
3 Mrm., hse. 4617 Susses St Ext. Marines.

789 or EV 98214. Mrs. Pager. All these developments, he con- :'/ sorry, but I'm out,

Lge. bdrm. kltch. prlv. optional cluded, have passed the research of /uep"Missed /

EV 9-3380. Mrs. Paltere. and development stage, and are

Widow will share home with in
couple now the production stage.
JET This of
NAVY'S NEW SEA-GOING composite picture Mess
or ladies. 2105 Lakeshore the Navy's new multi-Jet seaplane, the XP6 M-l, was snapped Secretary Thomas spoke follow ,

Blvd. EV 9-1592 or EV 96539. during Its recent maiden flight over Chesapeake Bay. Top photo ing a banquet given by the Jack- (Continued from Page 1))
Mrs.: Smith. shows the 600'mph seaplane skimming over the bar on its takeoff. sonville Chamber of .Commerce.
Center picture shows the plane In flight and (below) resting on into the law but has not yet been
2 bdrm. hse. Partly turn. 60. EV ; water after landing. The huge plane is powered with four J-71 Earlier he had Inspected Jax Navy put into effect.

9-9800 Berrie. turbojet engines and designed to cruise at 40,000 feet. The Navy retaliations by helicopter and reviewed -

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. 70. 6110 will use the plane: primarily for mlnelaying and photo recon work. the giant 15th anniversary Even when the directive is out,

Lynwood Ave. Avail. Nov. 1. This is the type of seaplane referred to by Secretary of the Navy parade> in downtown Jacksonville. it will not increase the per-meal

Charles Thomas in his talk in Jacksonville, Fla. last Saturday, in lie returned to Washington Sunday allowance of married men by $1; -
EV 9-0259. 15th anniversary celebration of the Naval Air -
the climax of the
they will still have to subtract the
3 rm. furn. apt. 55. 2601 Park St Station.
t amount,they would draw per mealat
EV Houston.
I novels, histories, biographies, and the ComRat rate. For dinner
3 bdrm. hse. Mrs. Parker. EV 7*
s1ttc tactical analysis are relying on Aviation P03s this is 40 cents. The net increase

3658. acts, divorced from sectional bitterness for a married
3 rm. turn apt. $(0. 3008 Park (Continued from Page 1)) Pentagon-based man
to make novels more
who eats his noon meal in the
St EV 9-4232. Mrs. McDavid. cided to make the Navy a
honest biography .
plausible, history more building will thus run about 60
2 bdrm. furn. apt Nr. NAS. 204 "
human and career.
more strategymore cents per meal or about $13 per
River Rd. Pk.
Orange vivid. This volume, an excel- Aviation ratings I in pay month (figuring a, five-day work
4 rm. partly furn. apt. 5705 Tlmu- )ent history of the South from
I grades E-4 and E-5 can convert week).
quana Rd. E. Denfleld. 1831 to 1865, gives a picture of an .
1 bdrm. turn apt. 3203 LakeshoreBlvd. era rather than the customary accent to AT, AQ, or GF, while thosein .

Mrs. Nelson. Historical Atlas of the U.S.: pay grade E-6 can convert to
on the Civil War.
2 bdrm. turn. apt. 2245 College.EV Maps have their own fascination AQ or GF only. Chiefs can con Capt. Harris

74996. Mrs. Greek. which few people will deny. We Decisive Battles of The Ch.nWar. vert to the AQ rating only. '
: Detailed study of the battles (Continued from ,'are 1))
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt 65. 660 suggest this reference book for 'Complete details on'the changeover
and campaigns which will Interest lito, Calif. The Harris' have two
for factual In
... Shearer St. PO 46904. Mrs. pleasant browsing, program are contained in
....., Simmons. brmatlon-or to settle arguments! any man or woman who has followed BuPers Instruction 1440-13. children: a daughter, Mrs. Ken

", ,. 2 bdrm. unfurn hse. Orange Pk. Over three hundred maps tell accounts of war or who t Coskey, who resides at Milton,

112 84134. Mr. Bardini. the history of the U.S. from colonial wishes to understand how the battles < Perry Selected Top Fla. where her'husband is a Navy'

1952 34' American Hse. Trailer. times to the present showing final were outcome.fought which influencedthe AE School StudentAlton flight instructor at NAAS Whiting .

changes and growth in population, Field and a son, William S.
Azalea Trailer Pk. Lot 39. Ext.
423. C. W. Sides. railroads, manufacturing, politics, Stillness At Appomattox A Perry, AEAN, of Seattle, Harris II, who makes his homeat

school, agriculture, cattle and dozens study of the Army of the Potomac was the honor student in last Opelika, Ala.

FOR SALE of other facts of our way of from mid-winter 1864 to Lee's sur week's graduating class from Aviation -

1952 American hse. trailer Lot Ife. A wealth of information, render. This volume completes Electrician's Mate School Preparatory School at Norman

49. 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. graphically presented Bruce Catton's trilogy; Mr. Lin Class A.Joining. He has been assigned to the Naval

1953 Shultz 29' hse trailer. Lot 5 Land They Fought For: Another coin's Army and the Glory Road the Navy in December, Auxiliary Air Station, Kingsville.,

Azalea Trailer Pk. Mr. Ridzell. subject with universal appeal is are the two preceding volumes. 1954, he later attended Airman Texas, for duty.rllNKltr.

3 bdrm. CB. hse. Avail. l Jan.
Confederate Agent The author
he Civil War The recent release
6035 Cedar Hills Blvd. Riven of excellent material accents the was hunting material for a chapter -

burg. point of those historians who claim in his Desperate Women when Space Visitors Are Little, I I

3 bdrm. hse. 4542 Blount Ave. no reliable history can be written he came upon material which had

Lcdr. Arnold Ext. 622 or 203. until 100 years after an event been sealed for 90 years! (It's as I Green, Smelly, Glowing

1953 28th' hse. trailer. 1500. Ext. It Is interesting to note thatTWO succinct a review of literary .
Want to know what the average
8230. Chief Lowe. sleuthing as we've seen!) The long
visitor from outer looks
29' hse. trailer Lot 5. Azalea Trail space
er Pk. suppressed material reveals an in- like.?.

1950 Silver Star 33' lice trailer. credible history of the Confederate He's a little green fellow whose

Lot 84 Azalea Trailer Pk. Fia- Underground in the North and the best friend apparently hasn't given

nance. H master mind back of a conspiracy him the word, according to

2 bdrm. C.B. hse. 6021 Sabre Drive. which involved most of Illinois, people who say they've seen one, R
because he smells bad. And whenhe
EV 71133. John Bleneman. Indiana and the Ohio.
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. 5105 Banshee 1 gets excited, he glows.
material for those to whom fac- The authority for this descrip
Ave. EV 72489. Thompson.
tual espionage is good reading. tion is Capt. Robert C. White, the f1A
5 rm. CB. hse. GI. equity $7200

Bal 50. 5322 Camille Ave. Rebel Rose: "Wild Rose of the Air Force's official "flying saucer

Lakeshore. Chalus.MISCELLANEOUS. Confederacy"-Roae O'Neal Green- expert.

: how Astounding life and tragic In the past three years, he has

Ride wanted to Hutchinson, Kan- death of a' beautiful and brave answered well over 2.000 letters
from people who say they've seen
between and
sas. Leaving now woman.
>a flying saucers or their occupants i
Dec. 1. Contact Mrs. N. Watkins. Proud New Flag: .Blue Hurricane S S \,.:
EV 89716.
4 1 bs ;Two novels of the Civil War HE HAS HEARD all kinds of
Ride wanted from LaFallo and
based on naval strategy which is descriptions, but the most frequentare
Cedar to Bldg. 907, NAS-0800. with a smile.
dramatic material seldom given of small, green, luminous,
Call Ada Ext.
1630. Boatright,
Only a few of the reports that
smelly types. Despite all the stories -
attention in
68(. history or story.
Capt. White is convinced thatno reach Capt. White and a group

Rider wanted to Calif. Leaving on Axis AMw t space' men have landed on the of AF Investigators at Wright-

or around Oct 25. Help drive F M.A t earth. Patterson tell of invader* from

and share expenses. Inquire E\ : ', \ outer space.
( thatthey've
"Still, people keep insisting
after 2000. Enniss.
9.9607 : :
',, ': : LiF R little ""Most of them simply describe
: ,,, 'I1 SN E seen green men,
Ride wanted from Rivet side and "
'f" ,:' ON aaaa organ he says.. A recent report con unidentified flying objects, Capt.
Barrs to NATTC. -07301610. : aa saaBH and
White said. "In the 12 months that
::: -'* cerned a flying saucer that sup
asaaa HB
Ext 547 or EV 71466 Evenings.
Ft's ended 1 had 430 reports
Aug. we ,
j( -----S.-S- TRIAD GJHBHiams posedly landed a band of little

Mrs. Eby. AND TROPHY, TOO!- LOD RR green men near Hopkinsvllle, Ky. and we explained all but 21.

2 riders wanted. Leaving for Los Jackie and Sharon Forman of RE E91 o TAFT They were said to be three feet "Our position is this: Given

Angeles on or about Oct 30. the Sacramento, Calif., Air De- T 1 1A tall with big round eyes. enough information about any

I Contact M/Sgt R. G.. Bagube, fense Filter Center, pose with LEU sighting, we believe we can explain -

EV 8-5967. the Maj. Richard I. Bong Tro- E + OD SE "SOME FOLKS BELIEVE we it in a natural and unsen-
phy recently won by the East N 1 T R
Riders wanted to Calif. Leaving ern Air Defense Force at the actually have a little green man sational manner-that is, prove

any time. Contact M. C. Garrity. Are world-wide rocketry meet pickled in alcohol out at Wright that it was a weather balloon or

4402 Amtisdale St EV 97607. at Yuma, Aris. (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle) Patterson AFB in Ohio," he said something." (AFPS)


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