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Jax air news
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Home of Commander Naval .Air Bases, Sixth Naval DistrictCommander; Fleet Air JacksonYllle; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center ,

Operations $36,000 Advanced Gift 'I

Tower Gets r a J Vr !

Face Lifted w $55,000 Pledged S 1

The jet age, demanding r.

lengthened runways, and the
rising "skyline" at NAS Jax To Chest Food

have been instrumental in the

lifting of one story of the con- L Jacksonville-Duval County's Community ChestUnitedFund

trol room in the Operations drive was given a "big lift" today by Navy Jacksonville

building in order to provide a i with a pledge of $55,000 to the Chest's 1950 campaign. 4
full view of the entire landing
field and the air traffic pat- The pledge was made by Capt. drive to,October 1956 and put it
Lt William S. Harris, commandingofficer
tern. : back in time phase with the local
of NAS Jax, at a special
Construction of' the new con- CC-UF campaign.
luncheon honoring the Armed
trol room, to be erected directly The Nayy Consolidated Charity
Forces. A check for the amountof
above the existing one, is to be Drive, which is also known as the
4: .r at the
kA. $36,000 was presented
completed within 45 days at a Jacksonville Navy Crusade for
luncheon the Navy's advancedpayment
cost of $33,890. Before the work as Charity, was held during the

could be started, however, the w on the pledge. months of April, May, June, with
NAS Communications Department WORK ON NEW TOWER-The flight control tower of the TilE $36,000 donation is an advance all hands-military and civilian
was faced with the exacting Operations Building, which Is now under modification, has been gift for the 1956 quota,
(Please Turn to 8 Col. 1)
task of completing a removal of moved to emergency quarters atop Hangar 116. The removal, Navy officials have announced. Page ,
carried out by Communications Department, was accomplished
Earlier of $32,000 had been
the electronics equipment to an a sum
without disruption of vital service. Shown testing electronics I
emergency tower erected atop equipment in the temporary tower are William Todd, electronics I presented to the United Fund, West Gate MayBe
Hangar 116.BECAUSE. technicians (UdU) and Chief Electronics Technician Clarence Biggcretaff. constituting payment in full of

THE "exchange of the Navy's budgeted figure of Used For Persons

towers" had to be completed Personalized Effort $52,000, with $20,0,00 having been
without disruption of air operationS paid last October from the 1954 Traveling Afoot

much technical skill ,and Charity Carnival proceeds.In .
required. Now in effect, this means that out Personnel afoot may now use
planning were All Hands To Pitch In the West vehicle gate, located
operation, flight instructions are of the total of $96,000 by the railroad spur just for-
from military and civilian -
issued from the temporary tower personnel \
through transmitter and receiver in the Jax area during the ward of the road leading to .

facilities provided by four MRC23 For Recruiting DriveEveryone Consolidated Charity Drive, $68- Ortega Hills.
The West gate, which has
(mobile radio communication) 000 has already cone to the
been for
recently opened ve-
trailer located close by the United Fund.
vans. a recruiter I hicular traffic, is open betweenthe
hangar. That seems to be the theme of the personalized recruit- OUT OF THE combined civil- hours of 0830 to 0800 and

Planning for the intricate tower ing: drive being planned as part of an ambitious program to Ian.military drive's proceeds, 1530 to 1700, Monday through
exchange consumed about four improve the Navy's manpower situation. some $20,000 has also. been allotted Friday.
weeks. It mainly the work of for Relief.
was Navy
be recruiterin
Everyone is to a Use of the gate will meana
"And is than
reer. that more good
William H. Todd, electronics of made
of procedure payment
the master recruiting plan break for personnel employed -
chow and check. It
technician, employed by Commu- the Bureau of Naval Personnel regular pay by the Navy to the Chest drive in the south storage area
_, nications' Todd assistedby includes esprit de corps, comrade makes it to defer
was ably enlisted and now practicable -
-active and who reside in Ortega Hills and
ship, family life, religion, ,
Clarence D. Diggerstaff, ETC, commissioned.Capt. the 1956 Navy Consolidated .
and Joseph L. Wilson, civilian promotion, retirement, and the other adjacent areas.
John L. Counihan, former like." OUTLOOK
department administration assist WEATHER I
commanding officer of Naval Air
ant, who was responsible for The Navy has been missing the Friday Mostly clear 1 and I
here has
Reserve Training Unit ,
planning telephone and telephone been made executive director of boat, in telling its wayoflifestory warmer. i ExpansionFor
cable requirements. Saturday-Cloudy with possi-
the BuPers Ad Hoc Committee according to Capt. Couni- i
WHEN THE BIG day arrived, ble scattered showers. Continuedwarm.
with Rear Adm. Howard A. han. He was optimistic that this
on Oct. 10, it was only necessaryto .
pull the plug and the old con- Yaeger at the head. This group personalized recruiting and re- Sunday-Continued warm and
will act steering committeeto I
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)NewTitle as a enlistment drive would pay off. cloudy. Possible showers. I II
intensify and stimulate the re- I At

cruiting. plan and reenlistmentdrive. MayportNaval

WORKING IN CLOSE contact ; Auxiliary Air Station

with the field where similar committees i. Mayport may soon reach tho
Role ForPatRon have been established at
status of a :full Naval Air
Naval District Headquarters, the
committee also enlists the helpof Station, it was revealed this

3 civic and industrial groups, 3H. week.

veteran organizations, and other Senator George Smathers of

One of the Navy's first patriotic groups in spreading "the Florida, in a speech Monday at a
heavy attack squadrons will Navy gospel." ; I I joint meeting of civic clubs at tho

be placed in commission here Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, Chiefof Beaches, declared that he has

next Tuesday when Patrol Naval Operations, has called been officially informed that tho

Squadron 3 is disestablishedand upon all commands "to enhancethe Navy contemplates expanding tho

Heavy Attack SquadronOne desirability of a naval career Mayport base into a Naval Air

is commissioned. Four and to contribute to an.increased Station. ,

Composite Squadrons at NA- morale." Earmark :
AS Sanford, Fla., will also be- ONE OF THE FIRST steps $2,049,000
come Heavy Attack Units on taken by the Navy was self-ap i According to Senator Smathers,
this date. praisal and examination of the the Navy has earmarked $2,049

The Douglas A3D "Skywar- precarious personnel situation.The 000 for work at Mayport during
'admits there 1IiA 1956 as the first step in the pro
rior, largest of all Jet planes Navy that are S

built for carrier operations, will excellent job opportunities "on posed expansion program. j
-- -- --- --- Adds to lax '
be assigned to all five squadrons.First the outside" and that dollar-for- Complex
of its type to be deliveredto dollar the military services can ORIENTATION FOR ENSIGNS-Newly. commissioned ensigns The change of Mayport status
from Aviation Ground Officers School at NATTCenter Jax when it is effected, will give tho
the Navy, the large plane was not match all job opportunities
visit Fasron Six jet shop to pick up first hand on
designed for specific performance lifcivilian life."We mission, purpose and functions of a fleet aircraft service squad Jax area three major naval Installations
capabilities. Delivery is not expected can tell them that the ron. The tour of Fasron Six shops and spaces is a scheduled por NAS Jax proper,
until after the first of 1956. Navy is a wayof-life," saId Capt. tion of the AGO School's curriculum. W. II. Wilson, ADI, of Fas- NAS Cecil Field and Mayport.
Skipper of VP-3 is Comdr. Ed Counihan in explaining what the ron Six, explain: the various features of the J-34 en tine. Atten About 20 miles south is Green
tive viewers are (left to right) Ensigns James Williams, Joseph
Johnson. He will be relieved by Navy can do to encourage its per- WIttman, John Whritenor, John Wilczynski, Richard Watts, Ludwig Cove Springs Naval Station,
Comdr. Paul Stevens on Nov. 1. sonnel to make the service a ca Zurnicden, George Yuseavage and Stephen Wilson. I home of the mothball flcSpread .


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 27 October

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Better Winterize

; Your Car Before

fMbJlihid every Thursday ror Navy and kUrint act \''IUea at Naval Air That Trip North
Station Jacksonville .'1.. MARYLAND ..
KAS. Jkck*.>TiU.
Capt. William Comdr. John N. Myera ...............'_.r.._-.........._.:...._-...............-._.-_ Executive OKflce Going North ? ./ '
Fleet Air Jaeks.niIU Winterize your car before you 4
Rear Adm. Dclbert S. Cornwcll ., -- --.... Command.rCapt. leave. The Mainside service sta-
iJchard: O UrcvntQapt. bid of Slat
lift Air Wlllr r.'f. tion will clean your radiator,
Edwin J. S. Young ..!....,.....-.. __.- Commander check heater, thermostat
Comdr. tank D. llejer ._.. ....- -- .Chief !Staff Otflcer your re -. '
Naval Alt Technical TralaluK Crater transmission, differential, and
Capt. Henry C. DeLona Commanding Officer! to test for I In
Comdr. Edward W. bishop LecuUv Ottcer will add antifreeze
Naval ll.*..ita! protection against any freezing
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl ..... ... Commanding Office .
Capt. U A. Newton _________ --. __ Executive Otflce temperature you name.

Copt. Wilson n. Bartlett ..... ... MAUTU Commanding Office A standard form will be fur-
Comdr. Laurence V. Stcffenhaccn __ Executive:: Once nished with each servicing advis-

ing of defect which are commonly -
The JAX AtR NEWS li published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksomllle. Florida, and printed commercially with, roprlated fund called danger signs. Even
at no expense to the government and In compliance with Nave EX08 r-35. Rev this extra service is -
Nov. 1945. Coulee dlntrlhutei free of chance at the 1 Air Station, the though provided
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the the patron is advised that
U. S. Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer-Lt. Ted Morgan the Navy Ext-hange is not author-
Editor-Andrew H. Planey ized to furnish many items suchas
Au't F.dltor-DE'da Moore: Staff Reporters-Jack Holmes, Till; Marlon mufflcrs.nor any item of great "Woe is me! What dope I am for not rettlnr
Ciacialt, JU3; Nancy Ward JOSN; Joe Uarzllll, VN2. I my far 1I1n.
tensed at the .
Navy service
station I
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Pre a Service. monetary value.Attendants before I left NAS
AFPS material appearing In this publication may te reprinted without I at the service sta- Jax. Ill Know better next time.
the wriltea permlnlon I of Armed Force of othermatter
except by service publication U prohJblted.ittout permlulon ol tion are anxious to give good cisms from patrons are requested Fleet To Receive -
service and and criti- by the Exchange Officer. I
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions suggestions First Missile
8346. _21b and 8164.It's Shin a-

Never 'Me9 or 'Us', M?4, )W':: fJJAJUI the The world's newly first converted guided'Boston nussil,

.. cruiser, will become the first ]
tsr com
It's Always 'They' w ERE ARE SERVICEMEN ANSUW TT AND rueST10NS TFiElsz sonic bat ship capable of firing super]

FA IM JES ASK THE VETERANS t anti-aircraft guided missile
Have you ever noticed that it's always) "they" APMII WSTRATI,. EVER DAY... CJ when it is commissioned on Nov]

who botch things up and "they" who ought to set them 1 at the Philadelphia Naval Basel:

straight. Never "me" or "us"-always "they." (By Q-I Armed understand Forces that Press if Service I apply) up my GI training entitlement? Drastic changes in preparation!

Nowhere is the "other guy" more to blame thanin for' disability compensation within A-VA considers that you for the mission of aircraft defense!

matters of safety. Are you ever the guilty party a year from discharge and- are using your GI training en- includes the complete remodeling!

in a traffic accident, big or little? Are you 'the one am found eligible my the titlement at quarter time rate.of the ship's superstructure to!
who disregards the driving regulations or ignores com be made retroactive to the For example, if your course accommodate the new weapons!

mon courtesy on the road? Never. Not you. date following my discharge. lasts for a year, you will have One of the two huge stacks was!

"They" are the ones who cause all the trouble. What happens if that one-year used up one-quarter of a year's entirely removed, greatly altering]

Why, here's the proof. When you're behind the deadline falls on a Saturday, entitlement, or three months. the silhouette of the vessel.
wheel the pedestrians always to be 4 .
seem jaywalkers, Sunday or holiday
jeopardizing their own lives and yours. But when A-If it falls on Saturday, Hypocrite: An undertaker tryA kiss What the child re

you're walking, darned if those motorists aren't doing Sunday or a holiday, your one- : ing to look sad at a thousandceives; the young man steals, and

their best to run you down. Doesn't that show that year deadline will be extendedto dollar funeral. the old man buys.

it's always the other guy's fault? cover the next regular working -
0f course, it doesn't. Because the truth is that day.

"they" don't exist. "They" are "us" you, me, every- 'Q-I am going to school less

body. Take a peek in the mirror. The other guy is than half time under the Korea I __ p

really you. GI Bill At what rate am I using _
If driving is to become less hectic and dangerous,

it's entirely up to you. Vets Can _
Stop blaming the other guy. He's a figment of your Earn


Extra Cash } ..

Gets DeS Call s
During SchoolMoney 1' 1 v

PO PromotionAt it'v.
earned outside of classy

> veterans in school under the

Same Time Korean GI Dill have no bearingon

the amount of GI allowance

Promotions came in bunches paid them by the Government,

for Ensign David Patterson, Veterans Administration said to
now attending Aviation Ground
Officers School at the Naval : earning need not even '

Air Technical Training Center.In I i'rI/J' J: .' ) be reported to VA, the agency

May, 1955, while an air- t.. 4! f"f: said.VA

man at the Naval Auxiliary I :t!!\i ,t:.,..:.: 'I-I /. .....:4! EXPLAINED that some -Juw---
Air Station, Cabanfs Field, En- < !': $' .:\::.r>,A': veterans still confuse the Korean
,,,, ,. GI Bill .., ,,, .
sign Patterson received word t. }': :', -4 : with the orignal World r. '"

he had been selected and ordered \ _., ,' ?,',t: .a.. War II GI Dill which did havean HAPPY IN NEW ROLE Members of Jacksonville Navy
to Officer Candidate t y; ':}, ;,*.t; : income "ceiling" that applied. Wives Club No. K discuss the "new look" for the service "Ire
'. ': .1<:<": : to veterans as was bestowed b' Wh Navy authorities the delegates
School upon
at Newport, R. I. At w.<)i"'o\:"::"$ :t taking all types of at
the same time came notification L !' 'Sd ___mnnn..:__"__"_':,J__ training-in school, onthejoband Ine the held 17th In annual convention of Navy Wives Clubs of America Mrs.
? Washington, D. C. They are (left to rUM)
that he had successfully STRIPES AND BRAID On on the farm. Polly Lawrence; Mrs. Helen Duncan; Mrs. Ida Mae David newly
passed the third class petty officer the same day lie received appointment There is no such "ceiling" for elected vice-president of the Southeastern Region; and Mrs. Butt
examination for .acrogra- to Officer Candidate veterans in school under the Ko- Recce, president of the local Navy Wives Club. -

pher. School, Ensign David Patterson rean GI Bill. However, there is
now attending Aviation one for
Ensign Patterson joined the Ground Officers School t Korea veterans taking on- !
the-job Ea.DD Be A. Good
Navy in 1953 and after boot NATTCenter, was notified he training. Under this ceiling -

camp at Great Lakes, attended had been promoted to petty of- when a veteran' on-the-job When ,you come to the con-
ficer third class. A former training wages, plus his
Airman Preparatory School at white hat, Patterson was graduated lowance GI al- Thursday, October 27 elusion that the safety directoris
Norman, Okla., later being assigned from OCS in September. VA scales, exceed down $310 a month, Mainside Three Stripes In an old lady who's afraid to

to the Naval Air Tech- School. cordingly, to the allowance ac The Sun (drama) Aldo Ray, Phil go out in the rain, when you
nical Training Unit at Lake- total with- Carey. that YOU
He is a graduate of Whcaton ing. the $310 limit.STARTING make up your
hurst N. J. in but
NATTC indispensable
College, IlL allowances for Korean Running Wild (drama are not only
GI on-the-job ) William Campbell, Mamie alsb indestructible, when lOll

Comdr. Grommelin this post.Comdr.. $70 a month with no trainees are Van Doren. are thoroughly convinced that
Cooper, a WWII Navy $85 with one, and $105 ; Hospital How To "it can't happen to me" make
with Marry A
Commands CAG-1 T Cross winner, has been orderedto than one dependent. The law more requireS I Mjllionare (color comedy) Betty sure that your financial affairsare
IndoctrinationSchool that these Grable, Marilyn in apple-pie order.
Comdr. Quentin Crommelin, rates be reduced Monroe.
in Norfolk;, Va., prior' to at Things will be so much easier -
the youngest of five Naval brothers reporting aboard the carrier USS Intervals, as training Friday, October 28 for wife's second hus
has assumed command of Ticonderoga. progresses and veterans' earn- Mainside-I Died A 1000 Times your Lives''
Carrier Air ing abilities increase. (drama) Jack band. :Mistakes Take
Group 17. lIe relieved Palance, Shelley mmH M*
Comdr. J. S. Cooper. The rates for veterans in school Winters.
man David is
going full-time 29
A native of Wetumpka, Ala., around( telling lies about you." dents; $135 are with$110 with no depen- NATTC Three Stripes In The Mainside Saturday'_ ,Queen October Bee, <"
the new air group commanderwas Thats all right. I don't mind and $160 with more one than dependent- Sun (drama) Aldo Ray, .Phil Ca- ) Joan Crawford, Barry Sum-
aide and administrative assistant that, but if he starts telling the pendent. one de- rey.
VA said John Ireland.
to the Chief of Naval Per- truth about me, I'll break his no ceiling ap Hospital "" Running van Times
plies to outside earning for Wild (dra- NATTC I Died A 1000
sonnel in Washington these ma)
prior to neck. William
veterans. Van Doren. Mamie (drama) William Campbell

mie: Van Doren.



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27 October 19$5 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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thC I PILOTS OF VF-32 GARNER 16 'Es' i VC-62 VF-174 l


Aerial tow targets had the look the "White Lightping"* unit was more than the required standardof ScoutingSquadrons

of a sieve this week when pilotsof Lt. Roy Johnson who ,chalked up hits are eligible for awards.

VF-32 perforated-them enough two awards at 25,000 and one at Gunnery exercises are a partof Y

times to gamer 16 individual "E" 15,000. yearly performance tests for .. ;

awards during 15,000 and 25,000 Double "E's" went to Comdr.IL every fighter squadron and serveas VC-62

I foot annual competitive gunnery F. Thompson, VF-32 skipper; a source of squadron competition Last Friday night's Third An- I

New Books! New Books! Books. exercises. Lt. D. E. Webster and LtJf( as well as a standard of pro- nual Carnation Ball, which was

for every: taste in the shipmentjust I Held at NAS Cecil Field, first M. G. McCanna. ficiency. held at the Hotel Mayflower Pent. "
arrived. Come in and make half of the rigged gunnery shoot Flying swcpt-wing "Cougar"jets A unit of Carrier Air Group house Roof Garden was a huge I

your choice from such as these netted the 11 winning pilots more pilots fired at towed targets Three, commanded by Comdr. R. success.

samples: than half of their total certificatesof under prescribed rigged condi- N. Miller, the squadron is slated Some 600 guests, which include

This is Goggle: A fond but bewildered Excellence or "EV. tions, and were observed by neu- for Mediterranean deployment in ed about 20 young ladies from
parent tells a.story of The only triple "E" winner in tral parties. Only those scoring the near future. Prudential Life Insurance Com .

which many servicemen will pany, attended the Gala Affair. l t
chuckle (or guffaw!). Goggle is There were corsages for all ot '

the adorable little six-year old Air Group 3 the ladies.

grown to ten while his father is
The floor show, emceed by Carl
away. l His growing pains duringthe "Red" Owens, consisted of a Paris
after father's hitch in For
years Departs
skit by Lt's'Jack Horan, Keith
the Navy make wonderful read-
Boyer, Claude Navarrette, Jack

ing.It Mills, Clara Elickcr, Don Ward,
All Started With Europe: Bill Bobck, Carl Dalland, Kay
Another for humor is this some- \ + jAy Kyle and Hardy Rose. Bill Man-

what whacky resume of world. :More than 500 officers and men naioni of Supply gave his rendition

history. of NAS Cecil Field based Carrier- ti of "The Preacher and the

Case Of The Nervous Accom- Air Group Three will say fare- Bear" and an Italian Ballad. Nexton

plice: Another for the Gardner well to Jacksonville this weekend the program was Emmet Ro-

fans and mystery fiends. when they board the 33,000-ton difer of "Toast of the Town"

Sunlit Ambush: Is definitelynot attack carrier USS Ticonderogaat fame, who performed with two

a mystery or a western! It'sa the Mayport Basin. of his comedy pantomimes. John

romantic adventure on a small The carrier": scheduled to arrive and Jean Stoner gave an excel

Pacific island. here from Norfolk, Va., at lent exhibition of the Samba. And

Saddles To Santa Fe: And thisis 1600 Friday, Oct. 28. Yw Cubjo, of Photo did a little inter- .
a new western. Spare pilots from FighterSquadron'35 pretive dancing and then to round ..
will move into ship's i3 .off the show, Bill Mannaioni and
Markers of The Modern World: I
quarters on Saturday and Sun- Emmet Rodifer teamed up with a
Short biographies of men and BENEFITS CONFERENCE-Comdr. Frank Slatinshek (
sec- record pantomime of "She's a
day. Attack-Squadron 66, also a
women who have influenced our ond from left), of the Department of Defense, answers questions
world today. unit of Carrier Air Group Three, posed by: representatives of various commands In the Jax area
boarded the "Big T" at Norfolk following his lecture here last Wednesday: on Servicemen's and The door prizes were won by
Defeat At Sea: The struggle' and earlier this week along with Com- Veterans Survival Benefits. Left to right are Joe Gas, TDC, Fas- Howard Hagy, ATI, and Earl
eventual destruction of the Ger- ron Nine, NAS Cecil Field; Comdr. Slatinshek; Francis Jarrett, Shuford AE2.
posite Squadrons 12, 33, 62, de- The dance and
man Navy, 19391945. CS1, NAS Jax: Bill Sattrrfield, Mil\ NAS Jax; and William show
tachment 39.Commanded. Clinton, ADC, NAS Cecil Field. floor was highly commend
Password Is Courage: Another .by Comdr R. N. ed by all and the ball will be a

very good telling of experiencein Millet of 4934 Morven Road, the much discussed affair for some
German PW Camps. air group will serve as the air. Dependents Hear of Efforts Being time to come.

The U. S. And World Sea Power I Word received
arm for the Ticonderoga during was last week
: Excellent history of naval her forthcoming Mediterranean Made To Improve Life In ServiceTo that Lt. Ed Jones has changed his

warfare from 500 B. C. to the deployment. I railroad tracks for the gold oak

present with emphasis on the inform the service wife and other dependents ,of military leaves of a Lcdr. Jones has recently .\
growth of our own service. personnel of the Defense Department's program for the Improve- returned from a 6monthcruise
AGO Aboard
What Is Communism What Is Group ment of service life was the purpose behind a recent illustrated on the USS Coral Sea -

Democracy Two well illustrated Saipuu for TrainingFirst lecture given here by Comdr. Frank Slatinshek, who is touring where he was OinC of VC-62 de-

books present basic material on military bases as DOD representative. tachment 31-55, better known as
the subjects. group of the Aviation "The Parrots."
I Speaking to a group of depend-
facilities muchas
Ground Officers School class was ents at military ..
Marjorie Mornlnrstar: The au- ents and military personnel from is done at present. when facilities'are -
in this week for train
thor of Caine Mutiny: goes far the area, Comdr. Slatinshek last available; ((2)) care of VF-174
afield to tell a modern love storyof ing exercises aboard the light week outlined the- legislation dependents at civilian hospitalsand LATEST: IN TUB RASH of re-

a young girl.Waterfront carrier USS Saipan. Lcdr. Frank sponsored by the Defense Depart by civilian/ doctors under a enlistments within the VF-174
Inzer in charge of the .
was group.A "Hell Razor" squadron is Linder
: The hard hitting ment. group insurance program, with 1
story which made the picture an second group will be checked members of the armed forces Mundling, AD2, who has shipped
Award item.Winged out next week.WEEKEND. TilE STATUS of the survivor than 30 for six years. This is his third
Academy not
contributing more
benefits bill and the mediocre tour,
Sword: Tale of the emphasized by the percent of the cost and a maxi- _
TIDE plan
Crusades in the same romantic speaker as the larger share of mum of $3 per month, and with Mundling joined the Navy in
High Low his home town of Memphis, .
manner as the author's Lord improvements have the government paying 70 per-
Johnnie. AJW. PJVL A.M. P.M. cent of the cost. 1943 and subsequently served
made law.
FrL 5:08: 5:27: 11:12: 11:29: do with the Armed Guard Center in .
Lion's Skin: Historical novel (3)) Care of dependents who
Sat. 5:56': 6:16: 12:01: Proposed medical care provides insurance Brooklyn, aboard several ships
based extraordinary life of not want to participate in an -
on Sun. 6:44: 7:04 12:13: 12:50: three options: (1) care of depend- who and with VU-10 at Guantanamo
Walker, the man who attemptedto program or cannot
create an empire in Nicaragua. ,. take advantage .of military medi- Bay, Cuba.
lie became a Hell Razor in Feb.
cal facilities because of Inaccessibility -
Sea Five storiesof
Men From The :
people of Scandanavia and 'I lack of space, or the capabilities 1952, and a "Shellback" with the

Finnish Lapland, translated from of the medical staff squadron aboard the Midway dur- .
Unusual material would be authorized from licensed ing the Far East deployment the<< N
the Finnish. ,
civilian facilities and phy first half of this year. Comdr. C.
exceptionally well done. 9 sicians' at reasonable maximumfees J. Schroeder, VF-174's skipper, <. ,
Far And Away: For Science established by the Defense swore Mundling in and after con-

Fiction Fans, the new book... by Department., gratulating him, wished him well
Boucher. in his next six
of Naval
AS A RESTRAINT against excessive years .

Netherlands j i---- -1 1L option, .demaqds dependents) under would the be last required -

to pay 30 percent of the struck out by the new bill. It

EndsSchooling first $100, plus 15 percent of the will not only increase these Vet ,
Chief remainder of the cost of in-pa- eran Administration paymentsbut
-i Hi will take active
__ ient care, and 30 percent of the duty per
sonnel into the Social
cost of outpatient care. In cases
program on a contributory basis
of protracted illness or other
First of the three Netherlands ,r441t Social Security has ad.
hardships, other action, as transfer many .
petty officers to 'be graduatedfrom P of dependents to a military vantages such as the small death _

Aviation Storekeeper facility might be taken. gratuity payment, survivor bene
School was Chief Petty Officer At present survivor benefit to dependent wives,
Danny de Winter who completedthe payments are not equitable, as and 'parents, and retirement -
course this week and departed some servicemen are financially payments for covered

today. worth more to their wives dead persons reaching the age of 65.

lie will-fly from New York to than alive, some widows receiv- Differences between Veterans

his home base at" Valkenburg Na- ing more than their husbandsever Administration compensation and

val Air Station. earned in or out of the serv- Veterans Administration pensionswere
-- -"-
Chief de Winter expressed his FOUR FOR TWO-These four Marines batted>> a thousand ice.THAT pointed out. The former is
thanks for the fine cooperationand I percent in Aviation Electrician's Mate School Class A as they THE WAR-TIME widow paid to widows, orphaned chile
spirit of friendliness he encountered -: took-the four top spots in last Friday's graduating class. The only receives $82 per month and the dren, and dependent parents of
during the 12 weeks at Marines In the class, they are, from top, Pfc. Howard WhiUnr, peacetime widow receives $60.60 those who die on active duty or
I honor student; Pfc. Charles Rooks, Pfc. Erik Peterson and Pt C.
,the Naval Air Technical Training I Kenneth Foos. Whitlnff was also honor student in the May 20 per month is an example of one from service-connected causes
Center; graduating class at Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter. of the discrepancies which will after ending active duty.


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a -
Residents Wesconnett in a concerted effort to providefire

;[Fire District, which includes protection. Without such a

f Venetia Terrace Forest volunteer department, the Navy Everything is in readiness and

'Brook, Cedar Hills and Oak probably would be more susceptible the stage is set for the Waves

I Hill, where many Navy fam- than civilian home ownersto post-Halloween Dance Tuesday,

'ilies own homes, are both severe fire losses, as familiesare Nov. 1 *t Mainside gym. All

,proud of and indebted to their left at home for months at a hands are invited. More detailscan

I:Volunteer Fire Department. time while husbands and fathers be had from the story else

Heading 'the volunteer fire are on sea duty. where on this page.

fighters is a Navy Chief Petty Under the laws of the State of Question Of. The Week! Why

Officer, Roy Lewis, AOC, attached Florida the organization is nonprofit don't the Waves have an exercise

to NAS Supply Department,, and has no paid workers. gym in the barracks where we
who carries the rank of lieuten- can slim our waist-lines especi-
At present it is equipped with
ant in the department. Other ally since winter is on It's way
one fire truck with a tank ca-
,Navy men enrolled in the activity and it will be too cold to go out-
of 450
pacity gallons, two 100- w
charged with the protection foot hose reels with threeposition doors?
'of property of unestimatcd value Answer: According t 0 Miss
nozzles (high pressure fog,,
within the area, are Maurice and two Hanson, W a v e Administrative '
spray straight stream)
Wheldon, TD1 of FaetuLant; An- fire extinguishers, and a ,pump Officer, it was never realized

thony Riccardclli, AMC of Op- with an operating range up to e that the girls wanted an excer-

I orations; and Don McMillan, 550 pounds per square inch max- cise room. Now that it has been

I ADC, now attached to ZP2 at imum. suggested, steps are being taken

!NAAS, Glynco Ga., but who toward the possibility of usingone
NOT ONLY DO the volunteers .
( maintains his home here. s of the rooms in Barracks 722
contribtue time and effort to the
WITH TilE INFLUX of Naval and obtaining the necessary
organization, but hey pay for the SPIRITED COOPERATION-Navy personnel Join with civilian -
|personnel at NAS Cecil Field, privilege 1 While home owners pay residents of the Wesconnett area to provide fire protection. equipment to change the room

i added to those at NAS Jax, Chief $6.00 a year for protection, those Members of the volunteer fire department contribute not only into a gym. ,
*Lewis is increasingly enthusiastic time and effort, but cold cash to carry on a service unlimited in i *
active in the unit addi- /
(about the idea of civilians and pay an its value to property owners. Left to right are Bruce Whittle Know Your Shipmates! Beverly
tional $2.00! Right now the Wes president of the volunteer association; Albert Lee, assistant fire
( side sideTwo'Old Bistodeau is an ol' veteran around
Navy men working by connett Fire Department needs chief both civilian residents; Roy Lewis, AOC, of NAS Supply
furniture for its bunk room, in- department; and Maurice Wheldon, ADC, of FaetuLant Detach- the Naval Air Station having
cluding bed ment Two at NAS Jax.PostHalloween. been stationed at NAS for 2'i
mattrcsess chairs
years. Bev first arrived at Bar-
tables-or anything that mightbe
racks 723 YNSA and is
as a nowa
sold to raise money to pur-
I Training chase these.Members. Dance Set YN3 in charge of Personnel
Accounting department in the

i Center BilletsTwo gone through of fire the fighting brigade courses have Tuesday At Mainside GymMainside around Personnel to help division.with She Wave is always activi-

and take refresher
courses every
members of ship's com- ties and was a member of the
at the Naval Air TechnicalTraining year. They instruct school Gym, Building 3, will be transformed into a. den 1954 softball team and captainof
children ih fire
|(( Center who have been prevention, an- for witches, goblins and ghosts Tuesday, Nov. 1 as the Station the Championship All-Navy
swer prowler calls and
(stationed here more than three first aid.Hallowe'en. requestsfor Waves keep in step with the celebration of the traditional Crackerjax basketball team in

(years since the Center was re- halloween. 1954-55.:
''commissioned in January 1951, The Waves are sponsoring a Post-Halloween dance opento A newcomer to Jacksonville,

(have received orders for other All Hands. Donuts and apple-cider will be served throughoutthe Pat Ostrowski SA, arrived on the

'duty stations. Party evening with entertainment adding to the halloween atmos- Station two months ago. Ask her

Charles Bradford, AK3, who Sunday In Bldg. 593 phere. what she thinks of Barracks life

s 'came here' in March, 1951 and Hallowe'en will not be a forgotten Costumes or appropriate civilian clothing may be worn and Pat, who hails from Detroit
''Harold Sanford AMI aboard day for NATTCenter with judges on hand to choose the best man and woman's cos Michigan will tell you, "Livingin
tume. The Jax Navy band will provide music for the affair
enlisted the Barracks a lot of fun
since April, 1952, are the two de- personnel according to
Mrs. which will be held from 2000 to 2400. and I like the people fine.
,partures. Bradford has been or- McHugh, hostessat .
dered to NAS Guantanamo Bay the NATTCenter Enlisted

Cuba, and Sanford to Lockheed Men's Lounge located in Honors At AO School A great big hiyah to newly reported -
Aircraft Building 593. in Waves Ruth Bradshaw,
Corp., at Burbank Cal-
J if., for further transfer to VW- A gala halloween party will Awarded To :MartinJack PHAN; Ann Courtney, AKAA

take place in the Lounge Sunday and Emily Harris, YN3. Ruth and
15 at Patuxent River Md. Martin, AOAN, of Kansas
Ann will be attached to NAS
October 30, at I
During his tour here Sanford starting
1800. City was the honor student in while Emily will serve with Com-
served with the master at I FROM
armsforcc SALTY HUMOR
last week's graduating class from FairJax.
appropriate for
and with training facilities. program .
Bradford was connectedwith the evening's entertainmenthas Aviation Ordnanceman School [ HERE AND THERE

been arranged by" Wave Class A at NATTCenter. Still on the hospital's sick roll-
Aviation Electrician's Mate
{ A visitor to the mountain
Teleman third class country call are the following Waves:
:'School and Operations. Anita Martin joined the Navy in Feb-
VanDerzander. Refreshments figuring to awe the home- Ann Cooper, Ricky Urick, Zula

Sanford was pettyofficerini including apple-cider donuts ruary of this year, attended boot bound highlanders with storiesof Jones, Anita Winlgar and Jean

i charge of the educational week- and other halloween treats will camp at Great Lakes and Airman "the outside" told them of the Gazso. The Wave patients are

end, trips to Marineland, Silver be served.All enlisted person- Preparatory School at Norman, wonders he had seen during his anxious to hear from their ship-
Springs, and Daytona Beach. His considerable travels. IIe- presented -
nel are given an open invita- Okla. He has been assigned to mates.
place now is being taken by Law tion to attend. : vivid accounts of sights rang- Jewel Gunn, SN, of the Supply
rence Chambliss, RD1 of Special Photron 61, NAS, Miramar Calif. ing from the Empire State Build- department at NATTCenter, will

Services. W!" .,. .. ing to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. become the bride Saturday at

ALL SPOOKED UP The After a few minutes of close 1000 of Kenneth Cox, AK1 Ship

.1 I Supervisors Group three daughters of Charles listening, a rawboned countryman Stores at NATTC in ceremoniesin
Lentz, AT2, of First Lt. DIvi-
sion of NATTCenter are all paused in his whittling and the St. Johns Park Baptist
I Installs Officials dressed up for the children's asked "Mister have you ever Church. Fred McFadden, AK1, of

The/National Association of Supervisors Hallowe'en party tomorrow drunk a fill of branchandhollow Ship Stores, and_Ellen New, SN,

Department of Defense, .. night twins in King Hall. In front are whiskey spirited with lye, Service Information Office, will
I Local No. 11, installed officers for with big sister(left and Diana.Christine and slept it off in a briar patch?" assist the couple as bridegroom

the coming year at an annual ',... "Certainly I have not," was the and bridesmaid, respectively.the .
| meeting and dance held last Sat- ,:>:" emphatic reply.
I whole operation, fascinated."I'll .
urday at the Pythian Center. "Then, sir," drawled the
mOun- bet he said "if clean
Those installed were: N. S. taineer, "you ain't never visited
out the dead from the
Quarterman, president and na- the doggondest places-an' cowboys
I 'A you bottom would work
of the set it
tional C. F. vice-
delegate; Hardy ain't never seen nothin'." "

president; A. Breda," recording again. .
4 *
I secretary G. V. Hutto financial
; ;
It' ')'" The hillbilly was asked if he'd In our public schools today
W. M.
secretary; Barge, sergeant-
met his new neighbor.
teachers are afraid of the principals -
W. L. Purcell
1 at-arms trustee
; ,
'< "Well we've howdied "
he said afraidof
; the principals are
and alternate national delegate .
; but "
I we ain't shook.
the -
and C. M. Graeff, trustee. "',, superintendents; the superintendents
are afraid of the
,Four new members, J. R. MeiQuillan ., A'small boy, visiting New York school boards; the school bOards

C. O. Dinkins, H. G. :', .,;,.:..,'" S City for the first time, went in an'' are afraid of the parents; the
I Rhodes, and M. V. Magee were ., elevator
: ,;I' to the top of the Empire parents; the parents are afraid of

obligated at this meeting. <.: ,(,,:, ,:, State Building. As he shot past the children; and the children are
The two door prize awards to the 62nd floor at breathtakingspeed afraid

I members present were won by J. '"'." '.:....<'. 1 he gulped, turned to his or nobody.*. *

I Der Quina and J. F. Teske. :.<,,')" ',F' + father and asked, "Daddy, does Lue: "Where are you going on
God know "
,I' ; we're coming? "

and"The I," President announced of the this dean college of LL, iJi ; ;,;:t::: A TV repairman. I your Sue honeymoon: "To France.? John told me

\l was trying to last night that
., as soon as we were
I women sternly, "have decided to << '
; locate
"',,:. the trouble in a friend'sset. married he'd show me where h,
stop necking on the campus. ;. : The 8-year-old had watched was wounded during the war."




t 127 October 195'5Up JAX AIR NEWS Page Five
F : ,...,a; Protection
The :' ,: .t I More

LADDERWith CiviliansFifteen ;H': < :t: Increased ImmunizationFor

civilian: employees have Military PersonnelNavy
been promoted during the two i

weeks of Oct. 3 and Oct. 9, as personnel will be receiving increased protection
reported by the Industrial Rela from disease when several proposed changes and additionsare
tions Department. Supply, Over- made part of the immunization program of the Bureauof
haul and Repair, Industrial Rela- Medicine and Surgery in the near future. Innoculation

tions, and Miscellaneous are the against influenza, tetanus, diphtheria, and poliomyelitis is
departments represented in the involved.
promotion list. .
Eight from Overhaul, and Repair All hands will again be immu- this time their dependents will
were named, including, nized against influenza, accordingto become eligible to receive this
'late BuMed Notice (6230)).
George Horn Jr., from leadingman a vaccine. Those entering active
aircraft mechanic (general), The Innoculation of dependents, duty susequent to the initiation
third step to quarterman, aircraft offered on a voluntary basis, is of the program shall receive the

mechanic (general) first step; ,>" especially desirable "since studies vaccine within 48 hours of reporting -
Ernest Martin, from helper (general have shown that school-age child- if practicable.

), third step to carpenter, -- ..- ren are more susceptible than I THE PROGRAM will be discontinued
third step Charles Edwards from adults to influenza, thus often for this on
; season
"EASY DOES IT" Lt. "Biff Jim" Shannon waves an Air becoming the of infection
aircraft mechanic (general), third Group 17 jet aboard the carrier Coral Sea. During four years March 15, 1956. The compositionof
step to progressman, first step; with CAG-17 he was credited with safely I bringing aboard, with of their parents"INNOCULATIONS I the vaccine to be used this
Lois Munley, from typist, GS2to his "paddles," more than 13,000 aircraft.CAG17's at Naval I year Is expected to afford a
clerk stenographer, GS-3. Air Station will be initiated as'' broader coverage against the

JESSE WRIGHT, Wallace Scott, Ace 'PaddleWaver'Brings soon as the vaccine arrives, at virus which may become epide
Walter Radford all from aircraft which time a notice will be issued mic during the coming winter.

mechanic (general l), third step to In 13,000 In 4 YearsCarrier concerning the schedule and Having earlier announced that ,
production process specialist (air- other arrangements, according to it will follow age priorities recommended -
craft), GS-7; Delva Miller from Air Group 17 will NAS Infirmary plans. Depen- by the National Advisory
GS-2 lose its external or cockpit lights was dents who desire immunizationwill Committee
typist, to clerk, GS-3. ace "paddle waver" on poliomyelitis
Supply Department lists three next week. forced to hold a flashlight in also be taken care of. vaccine, the Navy in the not too

promoted: Doris Ellis from pro- Lt. "Big Jim" Shannon, who his teeth to observe panel instruments ,To achieve maximum effectiveness distant future will begin innocu-
perty and supply supervisor, GS- has safely waved down more while approaching the influenza'vaccine pro- lating younger naval personnelas
4 to supervisory clerk, GS-5; Mar- than 13,000 carrier landings the carrier. Shannon brought gram shall be started as quicklyas additional or differing priori-
gie McLeod, from clerk steno- four him aboard. possible after receipt of the! ties are established.
during a year period, will
grapher, GS-3 to clerk (typing) assume new duties at Patuxent While senior LSO for CVG- vaccine (not later than Nov. 15, I With the recent release of an
GS-4; Olive Rucker, from organi- River's Naval Air Test Center. 17 he qualified to wave the 1955, if the supply has been re- additional 1,113,930 cubic centimeters .
zation and methods examiner, majority of operational Navy ceived by that date). (or shots) of Salk polio
GS-7 to supervisory organizationand The amiable six foot three type aircraft, and frequently All persons entering the naval vaccine, Secretary of Welfare Folsom .
methods examiner,GS-9. Texan from Houston established served as Instructor to LSOsin service throughout the winter has announced that alloca
Evangeline Palmer of Indus his professional competencyas squadrons equipped with the months will be given the vaccineat tions to the states under the
trial Relations Department was an LSO on numerous occa- AJ "Savage" and the FJ the time of Induction of first voluntary control program wouldbe
promoted from typist, GS-2 to sions during three Mediterranean "Fury. reporting on active duty, and at based on their needs to complete .
clerk typist, GS-3. cruises and one trip to the vaccination of children un
THREE MEN in the miscella- Far East. der the newly broadened> age
neous classification also received During night operations he priority children under 15 and
promotions: William Taylor Jr., once waved aboard several pregnant women.

from laborer, third step, Supply Banshee jets that were without THE ARMED FORCES, as an- \
Department, to helper, upholsterer external .
lights. The pilot of an nounced a few weeks ago, are
first step, Overhaul and Repair AD Skyraider who had neither being considered as the 49th<< state
Department; Milton H. Hall, from of the Union in a national alloca

helper, automotive mechanic, r tion plan for the vaccine, each
third step, Public Works Depart- 15 Medical state receiving a share of vaccine
ment to automotive mechanic
released based
on its number of
first step, Supply Department; Officers WinPromotions t recipients' in priority brackets. *
Robert A. Bates, from laborer,
cleaner, third step, Public Worksto Pending revision of the BuMed
manual, interim instructions
laborer third call
step, Supply.
tExtension for the use of combined tetanus
Fifteen naval medical and den- and diphtheria serums to replacethe
For tal officers of commands in the tetanus having been given in
'Jacksonville the past, according to BuMed
area are being"pro-
Less Than Year moted to the ranks of captain and Instr. 6230.1 Sup. 2. The combined
commander in line with the new toxolds have been in use in recent ,
based full months for the basic immunization
Now PossibleThe I speed-up program upon
training and professional experi- of all Navy recruits
Navy has announced a i ence. against tetanus, having earlier

,plan whereby Regular Navy Effective dates of promotion for been field tested extensively in

personnel, Naval Reserve and the new ranks run through Nov. T_..__ Army and Navy. ,recruits.. i
t Fleet Reserve personnel may 1. Promotions for lower ranking DRESS REHEARSAL Readying Jacksonville Navy's new
' now voluntarily extend their officers will be forthcoming in television program are George Johnson, JOI, (left, and Fred Scouts
enlistments for period of McClung, JOI, of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville public Information Hear Address
a the near future. office. Entitled "This Is Your Navythe program will
less than a year.. Those medical officers 'promo- be televised over WJIIF-TV each Monday at 1930 commencing By Navy ChaplainChaplain
AINav 82 and BuPers Notice ted to captain are Rexel GoOd- Oct. 31.Navy.
1133 outline this new policy subject man, Richard J. Martin, Naval J. V. Nickelson spoketo
to such restrictions as'Com- Air Station; Jack C. McCurdy, Story In Jax To Be the Muskogee District Boy
manders-in-Chief or their Type Naval Aviation Technical Train- i Scout Court of Honor last Thurs-

Commanders may impose, and ing Center; Reginal V. Berry, Le- Told On Weekly TV ShowA day night at the Church of the
subject to the following condi- roy F. Friend, Naval Hospital; Good Shepherd, corner of Parka
tions: Jerome A. Moore, Naval Air Sta- new chapter in the history of d Stockton Streets.
a. The individual at the time tion Cecil Field. New medical Navy Jacksonville will be writ- terviews, to present interesting "Building a Life" was his sub-
Of execution of the agreement is commanders are R. J. Fitzgibbons, ten Monday, October 31, when a phases of the Navy. ject. He pointed out that the fin
serving in a ship or with a unit Charles W. Lewis, Jr., R. E. Lieu- weekly television series is born. On the first program the Navy est materials are being gathered
scheduled for or engaged in a ranee, and II. F. Schwenker, Jr., This will be the first locally} pro' stressed Complex with at Jacksonville will be by the boys now as they practice
cruise on distant duty, and he has Naval Hospital. duced television series for the i locally produced the Scout Oath-keeping "physic
insufficient obligated active serv- Navy here at Jacksonville.The I film and narrative, followed by ally strong,. mentally awake ando
ice to conclude the cruise. New Dental Corps captains are Admiral Cornwell's message t normally straight."
b. Agreements to extend or Damon E. Bernard, NATTC; F. T. show will originate in the I the people of Jacksonville. Troop 131 from the Naval Air
reextend enlistment Wigand, Naval Hospital; ByrnesE. studios of WJHP-TV (Channel 36)) ALL PROGRAMS will be pro- Station walked of with the attendance '
or agreements Missman, NAS Cecil Field. The and be aired every Monday evening duced under the supervision of award
again. '
to remain active Sixty-six
on duty :
promotions to commander are at 1930 under the title "Thisis the Public Information Officer
are entered into for periods of 30, people registered as parents and
James F. Pennington, NATTC; Your Navy". Guest Speakerfor for. Commander Fleet 'Air Jack- friends for the
6090 120 150 180 210 240 270 troop.
300, and 330 days.c. and James W. Sedlacek, NAS. the kick-off show will be Rear sonville, Lt. Dave Barksdale, as- William Curtis and Michael
Extensions and reextensionsfor Authority to dispense with the Adm. Delbert Cornwell, Commander sisted by Fred McClung, JO1, and King received their Star awards.
mandatory rates for doc- Fleet Air Jacksonville. George Johnson, J01. First Class
,, any period of time in excess passover awards were made to
of an aggregate of four years in tors and dentists was granted by PURPOSE OF TqE programis Programs will include such Cecil Jones, Gerry Moore, Pirn-
any single enlistment is not au the President in August as part to tell the "Navy Story" with topics as Peacetime Navy Train- mie Sheffield, Roger Brown and
thorized., of a career incentive program.The emphasis on the Navy at Jackson- ing, The Blue Angels, Seaplaneh Don Abbott.
Navy is preparing legislation ville. A 13-week series is plannedand at NAS Jacksonville, .
You've reached middle age which would amend the 1947 each week a Navy man will a daring helicopter rescue, Hurricane "What did your audience do
.'when your wife'tells you to pull I Officers Personnel Act to end take,the public on an assignment, hunting a Navy happy hour,, when you told them you had
4n your stomach and you already -I permanently the present tie-up utilizing Navy Training Film, locally and several of.the most colorful never paid a dollar for a vote?"
: have.. !with the line passover rates. 'processed film, and live in- chapters from the Navy's history. "A few of 'em got up and left."

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 27 October 1955AOA

Upset In Grid Play; AE-A SpikersDethrone 'Bs1In .

Still Leads Center Loop Torrid ChaseA ,

Upset earlier in the week by Aviation Ground Officers School, new NATTCentcr volleyball

Aviation Storekeepers surged back to defeat league-leading Aviation champion was crowned last week

Ordnancemcn, 13-12, in the NATTCenter touch football league when Aviation Electrician's Mate

and'remain In the running for the title. School Class A defeated the AE

The Storekeepers staved off a: Class B School in a brace of tilts.
handoff that netted 20 yards andAce"
The Bees had been championsfor
second half rally by the Gunnies "
James' end run for a con- the last two years and last
after getting away to a 13-0 lead version gave Naval Air Weapons season was the Station title
in the first canto. A from; '
pass System School a 7-6 victory over holder.
Dick Brewer to Bay .San Jose in
i Special Services. Johnny Cul- Condor down" to the finish
the:first five minutes set up the I breth sneaked around right end ,
line la need of a victory,' the \
opening touchdown, and then i for 18 yeards to tally for SS. Ayes rallied to win la three

Brewer flipped another to Ken I Here are the standings as of tames, 715. 15.11 15-' and

Schubert. I Monday, Oct. 24: r'Li! force a playoff which they .

A 45-yard pass from Bill Mun- Team W L Tied took, 15-13. 15-7 and with it
ro to Matt Kurilich counted for
AO-A School 5 1 1 wrnt too crown.
the Gunnies and Johnny )Moore Jim Paul Underwood
AK-A School 6 2 0 Donnelly ,
passed to Munro for the conver- AE-A School 3 3 0 m ....,.""- .... Gabby Champagne, Bill Weatherby -

sion. Moore scored the second NavAtrWeap; 340 VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS-Winners of the NATTCenter Tol- Norman. Roberts, Jack Ilinn, ,
Ordnance touchdown but Dick AN-P School 2 4 1 leyball title are these splkers from Aviation 'Electrician's Mate and Bill Grove comprised the AE-
Vance of the Storekeepers: block AGO School 1 0 2 I School Class A who defeated AE-B School's court artists. Left to A School team, while the AE-B
ed the try for point. right are Bill Weatherby Bill Grove, Gabby Champagne, Jim
Spec-Services 1 7 0 I Donnelly, Jack EInn and Norm Roberts. School team was represented by
Jake Orensky and Jerry'TWo, Bill Pike Halph Casey Bernie

with Jim Flaherty tossing the Station Host To Annual Maschinskl, Ernie Weeks Walt
passes brought victory for AGO Links Closed 'Til Johnson, Joe Bogdan and Lowell '
against the Storekeepers. Line Lorbeer.

play of Tony Carnevale Jack 2-Ball Mixed Links Play 1400 SundayThe The present volleyball standings -

Wilczynski: Joe Dolin and Jerry are as follows:
Borenstein featured for the win- NAS Jacksonville will play host Sunday to some 200 golfers station golf course will Team W 14

ners. Dick Brewer's kickoff return who are participating in the second round of the All-Jacksonville be closed to base linksters un- AE-A School 11 1

counted the first AK touchdownand Mixed Two Ball Tournament which began last week., til 1400 this Sunday, Oct 30, AE.B School 11 1

a pass from Brewer to Schu- while NAS Jax plays host to AN.P School ..:... 1 5
Included in the ----
tourney are ten
the All-Jacksonville Mixed
bert notched the second.
mixed teams from'NAS lax five NavAlrWeaps .5 7
Huskies Remain Two Ball Tournament.
Ilaywood Myrick's double reoverae of whom qualified for the cham- AK.A School t 8
for 40 yards earned a six- Spec-Services 2 10
pionship flight last week on the
all tie for Airman School against Mainside Park AO-A School 2 10
Atop Hyde course.Participating: -Climaxes
AGO in a hardfought game. Tizzo .
counted for the officers. in the title flight

Jerry Lee's touchdown on a Golf CircuitThe are the duos of Frank Heyer" and Drive To TopVolleyballers NAWS Boosts

Frances Owen Williams,Bill Scar-

Mainside Intramural Golf brough and .Mrs. Henry Johnson, Links Lead

League had a somewhat top- Joe McDonald and Mrs. A. B.

Electronics heavy look this week as nine of Conner, Charles Summitt and VC-62 took over the leadershipof High pressure golf by the quartet .
the loop's eleven teams are shoot- Mrs. Casey Maze and John Dom- the Mainside Intramural Volleyball of linksmen from Naval Aviation -

VP-3 Share ing better than .500 with less broskl and Mrs. William Parson. League this week with a Weapons System School has

than a month's play remaining. The other five couples are pair of victories including a put the Missies atop the NATT
scattered throughout the next Center intramural league. Fend-
cpme-from-behind win over lastweek'
For the third consecutive week
four flights: ing off the golfers from Medi ,
leaders VP3.
Keg Honors VP-3 led the rest of the pack ,
cal-Dental 2% to 1%, the NavAir
with a .791 percentage but both First Flight Erwin Scott and The VC-62 VP-3 match on the
Weaps team boosted its lead
Electronics moved into a first- NARTU and Furors 109 are also Mrs. Steve hilt W. B. Crabtree losers' court Thursday was the leaving Chuck Draytons Supply,

place tie with NARTU this weekin winning points at better than a and Mrs. Frank Gingrich. big match of the week. VC-62 team and George Woods' Airman

division of the _700 clip. Second was strengthened earlier in the
the National Flight Mike Benak Preparatory School quartet as
week by the transfer of Joe Bine-
Mainside Intramural Bowling Oct. 25 and Teddy Jackson. the only squad within firing dis-
are: .
zak, ADI, from Fasron 6 to 'the
League while the VP-3 Huskies of the Missilemen.
Third Flight Art Kenfieldand
VP-3 11 5 .7511 Composite Squadron. .
hung on tenaciously to their lead Last week's results:
Mrs. Pete Gushanas.
in the American circuit. NARTU 30 12 114 VF-3 TOOK THE match's first Tuesday-NavAirWeaps 4, AvIation .

Actually, the Electronics team Fasron 109 17 '7 .108 Fourth Flight Harry Webb game 15-12 but then lost the next Storekeepers 0; Administration -

was idle this week and managedto FAWllAdmin. '12 6 M7 and Mrs. Frank If eyer. two by scores of' IS-5 and 15.11 2, Airman Preps 2; Supply

grab part of the top position 15% a% .s.G Following the qualifying roundat to drop the set two games to one. 4, TraFacilities 1'%; AGO 2, Spe-

when NARTU gave up its first Hospital 2244 134 .625 Hyde Park the local golfers The win left VC-62 alone at the cial Services 2. .
point of the season in a match moved to the Brcntwood course top the heap with a 6-0 slate; The golf standings as of Monday
with Communications. Both clubs Supply 17 13 K7 for first round match play which: they had beaten Fasron 6 earlier, (A.M.), Oct. 24: .-

have 15.1 slates. I VC-62 27 21 .563 has been in progress throughoutthis 15-8 and 15-6, for their fifth Team Won Lost

Results of the week's American Operations 18 18 .500 week. straight win. VP-3 held onto NavAirWeaps 21 3
. alley action Included: VP-3 Bombers -I Fasron 6 15.6 .381 After the second round here second place with a 5.1 mark. Supply 18 6 .

3, FAW-ll 1; VC-62 3, FAE- ComFairJar: 8 16 .333 the linksters will go to Timuqu- The return match of these two AN-6 SchoolMedicalDental 1244 3%

TU 1; VP-3 Huskies 3, Fasron Six FAWTU 5% 60& .083 ana Country Club and the finals clubs on the VC-62 court later in 14 6

1; VP-3 Bombers 3, FAETU 1;' Ceased league play. Forfeited will be played Nov. 6 on the the year may be the deciding AO-A School 10. 6

NAMTD 3, ComFairJax 1. nil remaining points. Beauclcrc: Country Club course. contest of the year as far as title AE-A School 14 10
National NARTU matters are concerned. AGO SchoolAdministration 8'i 10!%
league scores:
.3, Communications 1; Medics 3, FOR THE SECOND straight 9 11
Hospital lj, Supply 4. Special Ser- week the loop sustained a casualty Spec. Services i 8 16 ,

vices 0; Communications 4, 0 & R among its members; FAW-ll AGO2 SchoolTraFacilities 6 14

0; Personnel 3, Hospital 1. joined VW-4 in announcing it 6 18
was with drawing its league AK-A School 54 18 U
Standings as of Tuesday (AM), entry. AGO3 School 1 16%
Oct 23 are:
Results of the week included:
American: League
FAETU 15-8, 9-15 and 15-10 over FromYesteryear
Team W L Pet
Fasron 109; VC-62 over Fasron
VP-3 Huskies 12 4 .750
Six 15-8, 15-6; and ,NARTU over
VC-62 10 6.65
FAETU 15.2, 1513.
Fasron 6 ._ __ 12 a.600 Ten Tears Ago Today
F Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.)
VP-3 Bombers 9 7 .563 Oct 25 are: It was five in a row for,,
NAMTD 0 7 .563 Jacksonville's football Fliers

ComFairJax 10 10 .500 { Team W L Pet this week as the local Navy

FAW-ll G G 9 11 .450 VC-62 6 0 1.000 team downed Miami NTCs

FAETU 4 12 .250 VP-3 5 1 .833 Tars 61-0 in the Orange Bowl

FAW-ll Griffons 1 11 .083 i NARTU _' 4 2 .667 in a tuneup tussle for next
Fasron 6 3 3 .500
National League week's big return clash with
Team W L Pet 0&R--- 3 .400 the Ft. Pierce Amphibs.
FAETU 1':5 .167
NAR1U 15 1 .938 NAS Jax stopped Johnny
Fasron 109 1 5 .167
Electronics 15 1 .938 Lujack and his Amphib-ers

Personnel 11 5 .687 Seaman: "Just because a buy's 13-6 a. week ago but Line

Medics _ 8 4 .667 on, his hands and knees In the Coach George Barclay (now of
Supply 11 S 9>> .550 ."" --...."'__._...___....__....:'..; _..... middle of the highway doesn't North Carolina) of the Fliers

Pill Rollers 8 10 .375 : WAVE GOLFERS This trio ef Wave golfers Is competing prove he's been drinking does it?" predicted this week that the
Special Services t 12 .250 I against men in the NATTCeater Intramural golf league play. Shore Patrol: "Well, I losers will be two touchdowns
Hospital _._ 2 22 .083 : From left are Beth Beach AN. .f Training Faculties; Fat Sho- not; but guess the return engagement '
rtr SN. Admlnistratian; and Teddie Jackson, PNC, Special Ser why are you trying to
o <&< R -016.000. vices. All three are point winners for ,their respective teams. ,roll up, that white! liner .




27 October 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

lAX ... '.,1<, '.....'::'.....:;. ..., A' ": :.>,. :'.'''. ''''-:,!."\.,.,. .-l.:t ..' ., Mainside IM Grid Race ,
'''' ,
Sports :. :: ..t"; .

BriefsThe : Becomes Wide OpenThe

,. ......
weekly ratings of the na- \ gridiron gladiators from VC-62 swept in with all the fury

lion's college football teams, t "... .,' "' :J!' of an East Coast hurricane this week to take over first place in the

which number some half dozen <. '" '.., Mainside Intramural Football League, bowling over four straight

systems of selection, make aboutas i' loop clubs with a dazzling offensive show that produced 142 pointsin

much sense as trying to deter- .. four 1r1lM s.. .
mine the best bird dog in the In- fourth-place- at the start of .

U. S. Everyone thinks his bird t. the week, the surprising Comp- games, both with lower division
teams it has an excellent chanceof
dog is the best. ,
Ron crew finally made it to the
cinching at least a tie for the
The most popular rating sys- top Monday, climaxing as hard a title.

tems seem to be those which In- week of football as the league
I The rest of the first-place fire
clude a smattering of teams from has seen this year. .
works are expected to take place
various conferences and sectionsof VC-62 opened its campaign for
tomorrow afternoon in the stadium -
the nation. This seems to keep the top with a 31-20 victory over I
where Fasron 6 and VP-3 __
most fans and coaches happy. FAW-11, rolled over VW-4 46-0,
will battle it out, with the winner
won a wild one from Personnel
We repeat, one selection is as remaining in contention for a shot
51-32 and then won the one that
good, or as useless as another. at the title and the loser gainingthe
followers calling the
loop were
The Jax Air News is joining this solace of a second-place play-
intramural Game of the Year-a
weekly folly with its own selection off spot _
14-12 decision from previously
of the top 25. None of us VP3, ALSO undefeated until
unbeaten Fasron 6.
have seen many football games this week, took it on the chin for
PASS PROTECTION-George Carter (No. 14)) seems to begetting VC ,%'. VICTORY over Fason
but tell how
this year, pray us, the first time this season in a
adequate protection from his VC-C2 teammates as
6 throws the championshiprace
have these called expert loop's thriller with FAW11.. The
many so he heaves an aerial downfield In action against Personnel last 21-19
prognosticators witnessed? The week. VC-62 won the free-scoring: fracas, 51-32, and has now wide open. Should the Composite Patrol-men's title aspirations received

man behind the desk is the man moved into the Mainside Intramural touch football league lead. Squadron win its last two a setback when the Fair-

who makes an All-American and Wing'crs rallied from a 13-7 half-

'draws the comparison of teams, Perkins To Handle time deficit to go ahead 19-13 and

even though he may not have a then iced the contest a minute

seen any of the top 10 or 15 teams Fliers Miltmcn t later with a safety which provided -

them with their eventual
play. mar.
Returning to the fistic wars aft-
On that basis our selections me- gin of victory.As .
er a season's absence, Bob Perkins
lit the same respect and same usual it was the fine passingof
Aviation i i Ordnanceman Quarterback Zeke Zieroff of
authority as all of the others.
Here is the Jax Air News' top First Class, of VC-62, will handle FAW-11 and Homer Rouse cf VP-

25: the Jax Navy mitt-slingers in 3 that sent their clubs racing goal-

1. Michigan the coming campaign. Perkins ward., Zieroff threw to three different -

3.2. Navy Michigan State this week was sent to NATTCenter receivers to account for

4. Oklahoma on TAD orders to Special Ser- Fearless Three ToImprove all of the victors' scores, while '
:5. Texas A 4 M Hope .
6. Maryland vices. Rouse ran for one tally and passed

7.a: Southern Notre Dame Cal. The blond ex-Navy boxer, has I for two others to spark the losers.

9. UCLA issued a call for all boxers on Pigskin Picks FAW-11 IS CURRENTLY per-
10. Texas ChristianII.
\Vnt Virginia the Station to report to Price ched on the fourth rung of the

12.13. Holy Duke I prow Natatorium for turnouts.' Special Set upon by all of the fates and furies of the gridiron kingdomlast loop ladder with a 6-2 record and

14. SMU training schedules can be ar Saturday the Jax Air News' Fearless Three fared no better could annex a share of first should

16.15. Auburn Georgia Tech ranged to fit the duties of the than a .571 average or eight winners in 14 games. upsets knock off one of the lead

18.17. Ohio Mississippi State I' boxers, Perkins said. The debut of the three pigskin predictors was marked by such: ers.

:J9.:10. BaylorKentucky Coach Perkins will be rebuild- untimely results as Miami's 2119 loss to T.C.U., Georgia's 14-0

:n. Pittsburgh ing his squad this year and positions -.I upset by Tulane and Pitt's 26.7 upending of previously unbeaten LATE SCORES:

:22.21. Miami Purdue, Ohio in all weights are open. The Duke. One game, Washington vs. Stanford, ended in a 7-7 tie and VC-62, 21, O&R, 19.

;21.5. Iowa Army workout gym has been moved to was not figured in the percentages.Joe Fasron Six, 2, Hospital, 0.

the main deck of Price Natator-I Garzilli, YN2", a newcomer to the staff, led the trio with While the first-division clubs

Some of the oddest things hap- ium and punching nine correct picks for a .643 mark while Marion Cracraft, JO3, was are settling championship matters,

pen in football. Consider, for ex- weight bags installed. A ring has next with eight out of 14 for .571. Wave prognosticator Nancy the rest of the league is scram-

ample the play in a recent intra been constructed for training and Ward was third with .500 on seven correct choices. bling for run n e r- up playoff

mural football at Mainside there are special areas for shadow berths. Personnel and VW-4
"game Undaunted, our three "experts" once again juggle their collective Only

between Personnel and FAW-11 boxing and. .rope. skipping. ouija boards with the selections listed blow: are definitely out of the playoff

in which 'Quarterback "Zeke" picture at this point.

Zieroff of FairWing ended up IM Reps To Meet Baylor vs. T.C.U. Pittsburgh vs. Miami Game results for this week Included -
Ca. Tech Duke S.M.U vs. Texas
catching his own pass in the end Intramural basketball representatives vs. : VP-3 32, Operations 14;
Illinois Purdue Tulane vs. Auburn
zone for a touchdown!! of the Mainside Leagueare vs. VC-62 31, FAW-11 20; Personnel

With a second down situationon reminded of the meeting Kentucky vs. Rice Vandy vs. Virginia 25, VW4 0; Fasron 109 26; Hospital -
Michigan Iowa Yale "s. Dartmouth
the Personnel 10, Zieroff loft- scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, vs. 19; O&R 21, NARTU 18; VC-62
Nebraska vs. Kansas Chi. Dears vs. L.A. Rams
ed a pass intended for End Bob Oct. 28 at 0930 in Building 930. 46, VW-4 0; FAW-11 21, VP-3 19;
Notre Dame VI. Navy Pitt vs. Phil. Eagles
Krai VC-62 51, Personnel 32, VC-6214,
in the end zone which Personnel's -
in the Administration -
Ron Bachman apparentlyhad Fasron Six 12; and FAW-11 39,
Office of Airman Prepara (.643) (.571) (.500)
Fasron 109 19.
knocked down at the goal
hasn't missed one of
tory T.C.U. T.C.U. T.C.U.
Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.),
line. As Bachman batted the \
the Marine inter-company smokers Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Duke
aerial down it went straight into Oct. 25 are:
since they were started at the Illinois Illinois Purdue
the hands of the onrushing Zieroff Center. Rice STANDINGS
Training Rice. Rice
who stepped quickly over the goal S 1 FtPis
Michigan Michigan Michigan
Teams W L For Arst
stripe.for a score. Theres' name for the Nebraska Nebraska
a new Nebraska
.a VC-62 7 1 260 90
: NATTCenter intramural golf Notre Dame
Notre Dame Navy
Fasron 8 6 1 167 53
A week later FAW-11
came up I tournament. They're calling it Miami Pitt Pitt
VP-3 6 1 164 65
, with a very similar play in its "candlelight golf." Despite the S.M.U. S.M.U. 8oM.U. FAW-11
8 2 182 126
crucial match with VP-3. Zieroff afternoon start of the teams Auburn Auburn
late Auburn "
Hospital 3 3 81 127
again fired a pass into the end because of school hours, there Vandy Vandy Virginia_ O&R 3 3 73 96

zone toward Kral, but this time have been few forfeits of) matchesin Yale Yale Yale '
Fasron 109 3 5 118 161
VP-3's Ernie Ferraro stepped in semi-darkness and accompanied Bears L.A. Rams Dears
OperationsNARTU 3 5 118' 161
to thwart the play. What happened by the hum of disturbed mosquitoes Philly Philly Pittsburgh ._ 2 5 152 143
? Yep, that's right. Ferraro insects.
and night
Personnel _._ 1 7 88 202
hands knocked the ball right into the Highly touted as one of the AN-P School Moves Into Keg LeadAirman VW-4 0 7. 19 194

of Kral for a touchdownand outstanding linemen by grid officials .
the Fleet Airmen went aheadto School
in the NATTCenter intramural Preparatory _

stay 1913.Harddriving.. .. touch football league is rose to the top of the heap last has high team game with 834. Gill.Winner In

Anne of Frank' Vanausdle, bespectacledend week in the NATTCenter bowling Present standings read as follows Blind Event
Cooper Bogey
of AE-A School. IIis defensive
NAS is in the Naval Hospital recuperating league and is holding on by a :
play, in particular, has Frank Gill of Cecil Field was
Teaw \V L Pet AYe'
from a leg injury re- margin. The high series
their attention. one-game AN-I' School 2) 751
drawn 4 .KIJ the winner of the prize this week
ceived during Wave Crackerjax of 2383 and high game average AO-A School .-1y ::5 .791 775Perannnel.19
basketball S S ::5 .7Jt 735 after winning the drawing follow-
practice. The scrappy NATTCenter of 757 are keeping it,in the lead. NavAlrWrtpa U : .625 f M ing a Blind Bogey golf tournament
Wave, expected to be one of the Norma Fleming, AN-P2 School = :.625 furlEd

mainstays of this year's squad, Wave, one of the outstanding reg- Clegg of Aviation Ground AK-A DisbursingAfJOl School" .,..,. tl 19 .5$3:.s a). 679 679 i on the station course 'last

will be sorely 'missed during the ulars with the All Eastern championship Officers School broke through School School = 11 K 13 1R ::1 67.2AGO2 65t1 Sunday.
Crackerjax last season, Spec Serv. a 11 621 Nineteen of the tourney's 34
coming campaign according to '
to with high single game. as he rolled TabMeUnltAKA == 321 .125: : 671 entries qualified for the post-
Coach Jim Black. has received orders to report
School 2 22 .683: 653
a a the Navy Yard;Philadelphia, for a 226 last week. High series tourney drawing by shooting a
honors are held by Howard Rolan net of between 7080.
The leading feminine boxingfan duty, the fourth member of lastseason's "Will you still love me when score
title winning outfit to with a 649 and high individual Gill fired a 44-48 card for a
at NATTCenter is Mrs. Lillian "
hair has turned dear?
Frei of Personmy grey,
by Dave
average 92 and selected his
Pat own handicapof
NAS. The others are
Stahl, wife of Buren Stahl, leave
ATC, attached to Naval Air and Gerri Go_ rsky and Jean Lar- nel with 172. "Why not? I've loved youAviation 22 which gave him a qualify,

Weapons Systems School. Mrs. son. Ordnanccmen School through three shades already! lag I score of 70.




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i i Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 27 October 1955
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I'' Navy Due 10,000 33 Supply = m&fllD

I ,', ,
From Dec. Draft FOR RENT
EmployeesAwarded :
\ '& Of an 18,000-man draft call r a, > 3 rm. furn. apt. EV 8-17CO. Mrs. ,
for, December, 10,000 will go to Ballantine.

the Navy, the remainder goingto Pins 4 rm .furn. apt. 5 Points, 2037

the Army. Herschel St. EV' 74321.. Cald I
The entire group will be Inducted well.
during the first 10 day Thirty-three civilians of the
; 2 bdrm. turn hse. $95. Ortega,
Supply Department have
of December with all induc-
3934 McGirts Blvd. EV 98538.
honors under the Incentive
tions halted between Dec 10 -
Awards for Moody.
and Jan. 3 1958. Program
Civil Service employees for li 2 rm furn. apt. and Ige. 3 rm
In this manner men will nothave1 furn. apt. 4443" Herschel St.
five, ten, and twenty years'
to leave their homes dur EV 9-0852. Nichols.
service with the Federal Governme -
ing the pre-Christmas and < t.Lapel 2 bdrm. unfurn. hsc. $65. 4453
holiday periods. A similar 1 Woo d mer eSt. EV 9-4282.
pins designating 20-year
action was taken last year. Smith. '
service were presented to four'longtimers"
as Navy Incentive .. 2 rm. furn. 4525 Headley. St: EV
8-2039.. Helms.
Awards, which can go to civilians
3 furn. avail Nov 1. 4518
rm. apt
f. employed at Navy i installations as
Ave. EL
Marquette 6-9907.
well as to those whose total employment '
is made up of combined HONORED FOR SERVICE-Among some 33 employees receiving 2-3 'rm. furn. apts. 1016 May St.

___ military and civilian service. length of service pins at NAS Supply Department were EL 3-7053. Smith.
CATHOLIC these 20-year pin recipients. Capt. James J. McKlnstry (left) 2 rms. furn. 2584 College: EV 7-
Arlington W Bennett on Sept Supply Officer, congratulates the four :20-year employees (left 4993. Powell
Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, I ill showed 26 years of continued to right Arlington Bennett, Bryan Wynn, John Landegren and 3 rm. unfurn. apt. $37.50. 3253
1000 St. Edward's Chapel. civilian service as a federal em- Gerald Hughes. Twenty-one received honors for 10 years' federal
service and honored for five years' service. Broadway Ave. EV 8-0793.
Saturday 0800. ployee with the Navy. Having eight more were Scott.

I Daily 0830. spent 11 years at the Naval Proving -
4 rm. partly furn. apt. 6238 Sea
Tuesday, Nov. 1 Attention Ground, Dahlgren, Va., Bennett Ten States ProvidingKWar board Ave. EV 9-8440. King.

'all Catholic Personnel. Tuesday, '. now supervisor of the Stock 5 rm. furn. hse. Normandy Motor,
Nov. 1 is the Feast of All Saints, Control Branch of the Supply
Court Machess.
a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses Department, came to Jax in October -
1 rm. furn. apt. gar. 4030 Ortega
will be at 0630, 1205, and 1630.' A 1940 as one of the first incre- Bonus To VetsAt Blvd. ''EV 9-2101. Carter.
bus will leave 0 &,R for St. Ed- ment of workers who transferredfrom
2 bdrm. furn. bungow. 2919 Doric
wards Chapel at 1150, and returnto other installations. least 10 states have passed laws' providing bonuses for Ko-. Ave. EV 9-5224. Harris.

0 & R immediately after Mass. BRYAN WYNN, an example of rea war veterans, a Navy survey has revealed. 2 rm. eff. furn. apt $50. 3873 Herschel -

Sunday 0630 Mass at Hos- combined military service and Following is a list of the states St. EV 715J8. Cay.
1950 and Jan. 1, 1955.
pital Chapel 1900Instructionclasses June 27,
civilian employment retired from
Will share Lake Shore home with
and brief outlining the for service in
summary Louisiana: $250
Bldg. 5361
the Navy in 1947 after 20 years. Navy wife or couple. EV 75873.
Thursday 1900 Instruction Employed for the last four yearsin amounts payable and qualiflca- the Korea combat area. $150 for Mrs. Riley.

classes, Bldg. 463. the Supply Department, he tions: overseas service outside, the Ko- 2 rm. furn. apt 1511 Bam. Miss
for stateside -
.' PROTESTANTThursday "wears four hats" stamp custo Connecticut: $10 per month of rea combat area. $50 Sturgeon. EV 82407.
Active duty for at
Oct. 27 dian for the base, supervisor of service up'to a maximum of $300. service. June 27 3 bdrm. hse. 4617 Susses St. Ext.
1900 All Saints' Choir Re- ShopStore 318, plant accounting Active duty in the armed forces least 90 days between 789 or EV 9-8214. Miss Raker.

hearsal. Choir Director; Paul R. custodian for Supply Department, for 90 days or more at any time 1950 and July 26, 1953. FOR SALE
Massachusetts: $300 for
Hamill and confidential messenger for between June 27, 1950 and Oct.
3 bdrm.
servifce. $200 for more than six C. B. hse. Venetia Ter
Saturday, Oct 29 the same department. 27 1953.
months' active service i in the U.S. race. 5705 Banshee. EV 7-2489.
1000 Catechetical Instruction (Note to those who live for for
Delaware: $15 per month $100 for 90 days stateside service; Thompson
(Lutherans) for children. retirement Mr. Wynn says thatit I stateside service up to a $225 Minimum of 90 days service be- 3 bdrm. hse. 4542 Blount Ave.

Sunday, Oct. 30 took him three years to settle maximum. $20 per month for tween June 25, 1950 and Jan. 31, Ext. 622 or 203. Lcdr. Arnold.
0800 Episcopal Communion down after his leaving the Navy; overseas duty, up to a maximumof 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Avail. Jan 1.

Service, Chaplain Nickelson. that retirement was not the hunting $300. Active duty service between 1955.Michigan: $10 per month of do- 6035 Cedar Hills Blvd. Riven-

0930 Sunday School for ages fishing, and roving paradisehe June 25, 1950 and Jan. 31, mestic service. $15 per month of burg.
4 through Jr. High, Bldg. 804. had that his attitude -
; 1955.: foreign service. $500 maximum. 1951 Boles Aero 16' Trailer $1050.
0930 Service of Divine Worship during this period was much the Indiana: $15 per month for each Minimum of 61 days during period Lot 65, Azalea Ct.

Chaplain Griffin. same as "waiting for orders. A I month served in the Korea area. of June 27, 1950 to 'Dec. 31, 2 bdrm. furn. or unfurn. hse.
1100 Service of Divine Wor- job that is constructive brings $600 for veterans who had 10 per equity $850, $53 payments. 4636
ship, Chaplain Pieper. happiness and a feeling of use- I 1953.New
cent or more service-connected Hampshire: $10 per monthof Appleton Ave., Lakeshore. Ext
1900 The United Fellowshipof fulness.) disability. This payment comes service up to a $100 maximum. 368 or EV 7.7258 (eve.) Miss

Protestants, Bldg. 804. JOHN LANDEGREN retired from Indiaina's WWII bonus fund A minimum of 90 days between Forsyth.

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL from the Navy in August 1953as and win depend upon ability of June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953. 3 bdrm. unfurn.. hse. gar. FHA or

0930 Sunday School Nursery. Chief Storekeeper and is now the fund to meet K-bonus claims. South Dakota: Fifty cents a day VA terms. 4345 DaVincl Ave.

0930 Divine Worship. working in Supply Shop Storesat Active duty at any time between for stateside service ($500 maxi- EV 8-7767 or Ext. 381. Lcdr

Tuesday, Nov. I Overhaul and Repair Depart- mum). Seventy-five cents a day Hambsch. ,
1900 Lutheran Instruction. ment, as Is Gerald F Hughes, for foreign service or sea' duty 25' Cozy-coach trailer. Lot. 7,

Classes Chaplain Pieper All who retired from the Navy as ro o ($650 maximum). Active duty be- Butts Trailer Pk.
Saints' Chief Ordnanceman in April 1954. 27 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. FHA equity.
Chapel. I a tween June 25: 1950 and July ,
1900 Episcopal Instruction Certificates are given for five 1953. B885 110th St. EV 8-7154. Russell -

Classes Chaplain Nickelson -- and ten years' service on the Vermont: $10 per month for
local level with in mill
Bldg. 563 NATTC Chaplains' Of- ,i $120 maximum. Enlisted status MISCELLANEOUSWanted
fice. for a pin (about January) 'to designate k1t between June 27, 1950 and .Jan. 4 riders from vicinity of
a 15-year period of em- 5 Points to NATTC 0730-1610.
Thursday, Nov. 3 31, 1955. -
1900 All Saints' Choir Re ployment, according to Industrial Washington: $100 for servicein W. C. Warrick. Ext. 8532.

hearsal. Relations Department. '' ; excess of, 89 days within the Ride wanted from Cassatt and

Tuesday, Nov. 1 EMPLOYEES of Supply Department continental U.S. $150 for 90-364 Kerle 08001630. Chief. Thiel.

1900 Lutheran Instruction who received 10-year wec days service and $200 for more, Ext. 696.

Classes Chaplain Pieper. All certificate awards were Kenneth > haa } FA than 364 days where any part of Ride wanted from LaSalle and

Saints' Chapel. Brannan, Joe Harvey Eligah such service was outside the continental Cedar to Bldg. 907, NAS 0800

1900 Episcopal Instruction Outlaw, John Harris, Lester T. 1 limits of the U.S. Active -1630. Call Ada Boatright Ext.

Classes Chaplain Nickelson Laster, William E. Thigpen, Bar- 9 > federal service between June 27, 684.

Bldg. 563, NATTC Chaplain's ney B. Easterling, Noah Home, 1950 and July 26, 1953. Men with Wanted 3 riders from Riversideto

Office. George Gilliam, Clarence M. Bot- ., h PR' 4 five "years or more continuous NAS. 0730-1600. Mrs. Hare.

Thursday, Nov 3 torff, Abram J. Bowers, Willie service immediately before June Ext. 8244 or EV 81433.

1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal E. Smith, Marie P. Wood. -r 27, 1950; 'are considered career Riders wanted to Fort Lauderdale
Estelle B. Boyd, Ralph R. Lake, servicemen and do'not qualify and points enroute weekend of

--...--- Wilhelmina Von Hofen, Peggy (AFPS). Nov. 2930. Contact Jerry

Bryan, Thomas Higginbotham, > Short, JO1. Ext. 592 Or 8564.
$55,000 PledgedContinued Daniel Sharpe, Jay W. Ellis, Edward Wanted Musicians for NATTCenter
J. Schulz. y & s. Operations Tower Band, with dance band
( from Page 1))
participating.THE Five-year certificates were pre- (Continued! from Page 1) experience preferred, but not

DRIVE, which was an all sented to James Wilkerson, Sam trol tower was out of commIs- necessary, contact James, ATI,
uel N. Mangum, Harry T. Hobbs, at 8555 after working hours.
tower in
sion and the
out effort to make,one big year- emergency.
George Stanley, John B. Scussel, Auditions held Mondays and
full operation
for the contribution -
ly appeal
Carey J. Carpenter, Ernest L.
had The new control room will be Wednesdays of each week at
to Charity, an origi-
nal overall goal of $100,000. Al Fell, James M.. English. Jr. erected on steel beams installeddirectly Bldg 593, (E. M. Club), at 1900. ,

thought it fell short by a few Story Hour ArrangedFor WHAT A WASTEMarianStafford over the existing con- Instruments will be supplied byNATI'Center

thousands, all hands feel that 'it Is not only pretty as a trol room at Operations. It will be Band.
October 31 picture, but she has a wonderful of concrete flooring with a LOST AND FOUND
tremendous success.
was a frame to with It. Marianis
Pledge cards carrying a schedule All children (and the youngin NBC-TV's go"color Girl," and built-up roof of cellular steel Reward for a pair of prescription
of recommended contribu- heart) are invited to a story although she's never seen on decking, and blue-tinted1 heat resistant sun glasses lost on the Station

tions which approximate a day's hour of ghosts and goblins and the home TV screens, she figures glazing. It will be 'fullyequipped around Sept. 25 and 26. The

pay were distributed to each individual witches Monday Oct. 31 at 1630 prominently as a "human with acoustical, electrical glasses are green in color and

. during the Spring char- at NATTCenter Library,,Building test cameras pattern"and lighting to help for adjust network and air-conditioning instal in a tan case. Return to John'

ity drive. 563. color shows. lations. Byrne. Ext. 712.r .

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