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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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: Page Two JAX AIR NEWS ___ 29 M"ch 1956 l

" M -S 4P> Mi i fc Fasron 109 VP-16 VA-175 Report

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| Publlihcd( evrrr ThursiUy for Mary u4 Uarta acttvlUes at Naval Air
; Station. iaeluonr .. t'U.
IIAL .lack.UIe 0xapt.
Wini m S. ITarrU Commandlnr Oftlctr Fasron 109 Flight Training program two cer-in-charge on VW-4's first for.
iomOr. John N. Myers Executive Officer turned out
I Thirty-two aspirants weeks apart and when John reported eign commitment for '56, landed
: (leaf Ateu Dtltwrt S. Coraw U AU .lae..De > Commander for Fasron 109's first Softball to VP-lft, he was assigned here last week after a successful
UapC Richard 0 CritM C3ticC of Stan week. Richard L.
: practice last
three weeks
to Crew 10 which flies P2V- period in the Azores,
Meet AU Wag Eteveet
.pt. Bowtn -. Urt. .
Richard Davit -, -.- chit Stall Officer Beavers this year. .
K.alAb TeckatoU Tralalac Gutet helped deliver on a temporary crew number two aircraft in the
is looking
Opt. Henry C DfLonjt Commanding Officer Paul Robbins YN3& custody was 131509 an interest- detachment arrived two days !la.
Comdr. Edward W. BUhop Executive. OtfleerICaval
forward to a successful golf sea-
ing coincidence.Two ter due to mechanical difficulties
Capt Benjamin N. AM .. commanding Officer son for the Busy Beavers, what
Capt. U A. Newton __________________________ Executive Officer with Joe McDonald ADC; Lt members of Crew One got "Comes Spring" comes softball
NAXTU : in an unusual mannerlast and VW-4 has entered the
Opt WlUon R. Bartlttt Cornmand]>c Offlcrr Philip J. Demster; C1IMAC1 Archie together
Comdr. Laurence ). Stettechacea Executive. Olflcer Fowler; Frank Richards, Friday. Plane captain of side softball race.. Frank Turner,

the outlook Crew One Joseph Eshelman AE2 team manager and coach,
The JAX AIR NEWS ti published weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station. ADC, and Joe Tenda, SN -
Jacksonville. Florida, and tftrmeCONI.c with non-appropriated rands is very bright. ADI, was re-enlisted for another reports the team is shaping up
at no expense to the government : with NAVEXOS MS. Rev.Nov. six hitch by his PPC whois nicely
1545. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Lcdr. Addison E. McDcfind will -year
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the 1 also the squadron commanding The squadron also
U. S. Naval UoapltaL be retired from the,.Navy May welcomes
Service Information Officer= IX Ted Uorcaa after 23 years as a Nival pilot lie officer, Comdr. P. S. Baler aboard five new members and
Editor- Andrew GU PlaINT plans to attend Florida Southern The squadron welcomed aboard : bids farewell to three "old-tim.

Cracraft.Au't J02 r.dltor4a; Nancy Ward.'Moon JOSN.Staff Reporters-Jac* Holmes nil; Lanai College at Lakeland Fla., and Comdr. Earle.B.*Abrams. ers." Reporting for duty recentlywere

The JAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armea Forces Press Service. major in Education. : Rufus M. Johnson, CS-1;
AITS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without AD! has VW-4 John J. Zaletel AU
the written permlMlon or Armed Forces Press Service. Republleatton of other Ralph A. McLaughlin, ; Paul E,
matter except by service publications U prohibited without permission oi been transferred for duty to 115- Planning is Bearing the comple- Smith AG-2; William J McLaughlin -
i Editorial officei' located Mala Administration 15111141-.. Phase exteneloaa834t. 5 at NAS Key West Fla.VTM tion stage for launching VW-4's AG3 and George A,
: :glfc ud 11M.Easter._ e second foreign detachment to Gray AA. Discharged were

NAS, Port Lyautey French Mor- George T. McClanahan, AC3; Wil.

Is The Time To Ltjg) John Goodman had an occo, March 30. Three WV-3 Su- liam R. Scott, and Earl W. Sny,

unexpected visit from his brother per Constellation aircraft hous- der, AKAN.

Think Of Life And Death Ltjg( ) Kelsey Goodman last ing approximately 70 crew mem- S e e
: week when VP-16 accepted an bers will depart NAS Jackson- VAH1Late

aircraft loan from VP-11. John ville for four weeks of training Saturday night March
Death has always been a terrible thing to a man without on ; 24,
and Kelsey went through the Lcdr. Robert T. Pittman offi- a P2V Neptune returned from
Faith, because it meant the end of everything-life, friends a

knowledge, blackness, extinction.So 20-day tour of North Africa, and
a great many men without faith say: "Let's not thinkof ?r : (. ;::'m Fi tt.t''J:: :: } k g./,.: :r;! it-keep busy so you won't get a chance to remember it- Moose; Ltjg) T. R. Cate Jr., and

live so fast you won't have time to think of it.** Ltjg( ) H. N. Holleman of VAH-1

THAT IS WHY TIlE Resurrection is so all important to all .y E served as pilots for Capt. J, T

men. For Christ came and Christ died-splendidly, heroically Blackburn Commodore of Hat-
and was buried. Wing One, and his staff.
The plane left NAS Jax on
Then camethe first Glorious Easter!
March 4, for a tour of inspection
AND TIlE MAN OF FAITH who has seen Christ rise from NAVAL AlRTEOWCALTRAJNfHGCENTtR t of the heavy attack squadron

the grave, knows that after death there is life-that after he bases throughout North Africa,

dies, he starts his real life-eternal, undying. lie will know his and Western Europe. Althoughthe

friends ana), love them, as Christ did-he will be free from suffering I flying schedule was heavy,

as Christ was-if only he has lived according to the the strain didn't lessen the opportunity
pattern set by that same Christ for some interestingand

lIe rose from the grave to guarantee it Fl educational sightseeing.:

It is up to us to determine whether or not we shall be r a Ensigns R. Dunleavy L. Feath-

eternally happy with the Risen Christ I :jjj erman, R. M. Johnson, and J. A.

By Chaplain II. P. McNally, I Quinn have temporarily left the
Catholic Chaplain. rjrjj squadron for further training in
h bombardiering and navigationin

$ + r the 'Heavy Attack Training

Easter Must Be More Than program.
All effort these days is being

geared to the arrival of new
Parades Flowers Bunnies
A3Ds due to arrive the first of
-- next month. Word has it that

The president of one of our great universities is challenging SPRINGTIME Spring housecleaning got underway last I these "stove pipes" are among the
the people of America with the following. statement and questions week: at NATTCeater with a face-lifting job for the Administration best in the fleet
Building. With the scraping of paint, the cleaning of screens, S .
and other details, the entrance U Building SOt gets its springtime"makeup" 'I
"Christ Is Risen . For What Job. Inside Unbuilding, the designation of March as VA-175
AT EASTER time our interest should be at least two-fold: "record disposal month" threw all offices into a Harry of file "Launch all aircraft was the H

(\\ .to glorify God. to sing praises to His name- !, to- raise un cleaning. word for the day last Friday as
thanks for our Redeemer and His ktoy-o sin and death:; 15 AD Skyraiders, led by VA-175

and (2), to' look within and ask ourselves "for what?" What is Navy Units Volunteer Men skipper Comdr. Edward Potter

our relationship to Him? How do we receive the'truth of Easter: ? Jr, made a coordinated strike at

How do we live that truth. To Fight Forest Fires Stevens Lake. The flyby; over the
field all hands,
tribute to
was a
EASTER must be more than fashion parades and bright flowers
Navy volunteers turned out en masse last Sunday and Monday particularly the maintenance divisions
than bunnies and colored Easter is somethingof
more eggs
to help the U. S. Forestry Service battle flames that already have 'whose hard work made
the heart, or else it is not Easter.
destroyed more than 80,000 acres of woodland in the Olustee Na- such an all out strike possible.The .
"Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, tional Forest near Lake City. same afternoon all hands
some mocked; but 'others said, 'We will hear you again about for
The Forestry Service put in a gathered at the Anchorage
this' but some men joined him and believed. (Acts 17:32:34): : call to the Naval Air Station newed the request for Navy volunteers fish, hamburgers and the traditional

Our prayer is that you may know Easter! / Jacksonville early Sunday morn Monday afternoon ask- softball game between the
Chaplain M. A. Carpenter ing the ing for about 50 to continue the After
requesting assistance. Au- officers and enlisted men.
Protestant Chaplain thority was granted to muster fire fighting during the night and dust settled, the officers emergeda
___ volunteers with that about 100 volunteers be re- enlisted
i i the result that slim victor, 6 to 5. The
Central Nursery Reveals 47 men from the Station were quested to serve every day dur- team had bettered the officers in

AgencyFor Easter HoursThe dispatched to the area about 0930, ing the emergency. the last three outings.A .

Navy Wives Club Nurseryon followed shortly by about 33 men The commanding officers of all welcome back is extended to
Navy FormsA from Fleet units of the Station, Ltjg) Render Crayton who just
Child St, announces that it Naval units are cooperating with
60 from the Naval Air Technical completed a three week course at
newly established "Forms and will be open Easter Sunday only Training Center, and 72 from the Forestry Service by releasingthe the survival school Stead AFT,
from 0600 to 1300 to permit
Publications Supply Office" will par- Fleet units at NAS Cecil Field. volunteers from their regular Reno, Nevada.
ents to attend church services.
be activated by the Bureau of All volunteers gave up their duties, and providing bus trans- Attack Squadron Is proud of

Supplies and Accounts on July 1, ager is not new to the Navy liberty; to answer the niL The portation to the area. Clad in Dean E. Cramer AE1, who recently
to serve as a central inventoryand which already has 14 such offices first groups were returned by; received orders to Officers
distribution control over each with Navy-wide Inventory 0100 Monday. 'However when dungarees, the men are given fire Candidate School at Newport, R.

some 10,000 Navy forms and 27- control over a specific type of the fire continued spread a fighting equipment on arrival at L Cramer joined VA-115 January

000 Navy publications. material. The Navy's newest one, second call was received from Olustee Tower. 1955 after NATTC schooling.
By assigning a central inven- for forms and publications will the Forestry "service.' L Al 1100 -

tory control manager to the job, be officially activated in BuSandA's Monday; 75 more Navy volunteers Navy Men Gel Break In Clothes Allowance ,. I

the Navy expects to reduce the i headquarters. were on their way; to A

number of forms and publicationsthat However in January 1957, it Olastee, including 28 from is given man$158.90 enlisting worth in of the Navy :,ceives $300 3 thin to {CPO alowance$6 a

must be stacked, simplify the I is expected that the forms and Heavy Attack Squadron One; After 6 clothing. when promoted
eliminate .%5 from service the Navy month for the first three yearsand
ordering of forms and I publications office will transfer NATTCenter; Seven
man receives
Do you
some altogether by more stand headquarters to the supply activity from Fighter Squadron 171, and allowance of a monthly clothing then $750 per month.
ardization.The now under. construction in 14 from NAS Jax. $4 80, and this sum know any civilian organizationsthat
I is raised to $6 at the end of three buys clothing for their em
idea of an Inventory man- Byron Ga. The Forestry Service again re- years. A chief petty officer re- ployees?

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Special Services PlannedFor

,,1} Easter ObservanceThe

(Prepared by NATTC Librarian "1
spirit and reverence felt by Christians everywhere
lOT all Navy Ubrarie m the area.) .
during the Easter season has been manifest in All Saints",
Easter Sunday in the Yew of } f St. Edward's and,St. Luke's chapels throughout Holy Week.
Our Lord 1513. Ilad there been .' .
radios, Spanish towns might have 1 '1 The traditional services com- Pieper will lead the meditationof

heard, "We Interrupt this programfor i 1 tk memorating the resurrection of the second and fourth words.
1 j t the Christ started on Palm Sunday -

special announcement from L.i ., They' will be continued Chaplain Carpenter will speak on
de Leon's expedition The company ;; ( '
\ Easter according to the the third word and Chaplains J.
has landed In a new land ,.. through ,

claimed for Spain. In honor of : '.:;:,;: following} schedule: V Nickelson and G. H. Griffin

the day-the Feast of Flowers t 1 PROTESTANTHoly will speak respectively on the

it will ,be called Florida." ,,4 I Thursday At 1230 Chaplain sixth and seventh words. Special
W. A. Swets will presideover 1
So began 400 years of adven- music will be presented throughout -
communion service at St.Luke' .
ture, dreams, romance, intrigue, ; : 4 a. Hospital Chapel This cha- the three-hour service.At .
treachery, growth and change.
There is variety as well as excitement iL i pel is located near the Out Patient's 1230 in St. Luke's Chapel, 1

in books about those : .. Clinic of the Naval Hospital Chaplain Swets will conduct a

years. Why not know something i 'f ;;;,.it1':,;; in Ward A-l. service on the subject "Seven I

about it while you are here And At 2000 Chaplain M. A. Car- Words from the Cross"

take advantage of the Special .;4k. ;, penter will present a unique service Easter Sunday- Naval personnel -

Services trips to places of interest. t \. in All Saints' ChapeL Going and dependents will gather .

Your libraries have the books. We back into records and customs of at NAS Jacksonville parade

list a few. F early Christianity, a setting similar grounds on Easter Sunday for the

The Complete Guide to Florida. pYs isM..SS to that known by First Cen- sunrise services starting at 0615.
Christians will be the back- '
One of several, this provides All Protestant chaplains of 1
ground for a meditation preced-
spot information on all sections Station-based commands will
ing the Sacrament on the topic par-
with historical background, travel ticipate in the services. The sermon '
suggestions, maps, etc. L'F!. .w' \ ,.i:., s.nwrv.., -..:;.I. [ :).\ :HBb!'::..:,,, ia.t;! in will be delivered by Chap j'
Travel Stories: Water Wagon Good Friday-At 12 noon, lain P. F. W. Pieper, of the
SEAGOING WAVE '- After two and a' half years' duty at All Saints' Chapel, the chaplainsof
Naval '
tours all the waterways in lei the NAS lax Dispensary where she served in the pharmacy, at NAS & NATTCenter will leada Air Technical Training' .
surely fashion. St. John's River the information desk Waves sick call, and dependents clinic, Susie Center, who will speak on the j
follows life along the shores of Brooks, lUll, totes her packed seabag as she gets ready to departfor three hour service centered topic "Fearfully Overjoyed." J
this broad north-flowing river.Florida's San Francisco, where she will Join the Military Sea Transport about the "Seven Last Words of The call
Service for duty aboard ship. Rare is the occasion a Wave gets Christ. Chaplain M. O. Stephenson to worship will be ren-
Golden Sand gives factual sea duty, and she expects to see a lot of the Pacific on her next and dered by Chaplain M. A. Carpen
will speak the first
information and anecdotes assignment. She is a native of Oklahoma Mississippi. on ter. Scripture reading will be
fifth words. Chaplain,; '.P.. HV W...
from sections extending from the presented by
Chaplain J. V.

Keys to Fernandina. Mangrove Study Added Pay For Specialists I Nickelson, and the invocation by

Swamp is similar coverage for a Good Friday' Services Chaplain W A. Swets. '

portation of the west coast of Technicians In Armed ForcesMilitary An Easter prayer will be said '

Florida. Schedule AllellCN by Chaplain G. H. Griffin, and

Historical Novels, which you specialists and technicians in fields badly needed by the benediction will be given by

may have missed: Bright Featheris the Armed Services had hopes raised slightly this week for extra Special Good Friday religious Chaplain M. O. Stephenson both "i

adventure and romance of pay as the Defense Department prepares to ask Congress for the services will be held at noon in of NATTCenter '
All Saints' Chapel and at 1530 in .oJII'/
Colonial Florida told. added incentive.
superbly !
st. Edward's Traditional Easter music will be
Fort Everglades, the story of a In fact a'career incentives task furnished by the 45-voice AllSalnts'Chapel

young Army surgeon, with the force," whose mission is to, find Reenlistment Bonuses All military personnel and their choir and the Jax

exotic Everglades and the SemI- ways and means of keeping such families are cordially invited to Navy Band. Among musical selec-

nole wars for background. Flamesof highly skilled men in uniform, Really Come In Handy attend the special three-hour tion offered will be Handel's

Time, in which the hero, or- is alreadyhard at work on im services in All Saints' ChapeL ."Halleluiah Chorus and the

phaned in a massacre a few minutes portant career legislation which You get reenlistment bonusesfor Civilian employees are also in- "Battle Hymn of the Republic.

after birth grows up as blood would make up some of the dif each enlistment (which can vited to attend this service, and At 0730

brother to an Indian prince and ference between, regular service total $2,000 during 20 years cf will be granted a 30-minute ex- the sunrise, immediately services, 100 following membersof ;

is torn between two loyalties and civilian for the tension to their regular half-hour
pay pay same service
) provided you reenlist i the choir, band and guests will
lunch without being
during the last days of Spanish period
within 90 days of last dis enjoy the third annual Easter
rule. Three Roads to Valhalla, jobs.While your charged annual leave if they wishto
hopes are that the ques- Breakfast at a nearby restaurant. .
carpet-bagger days in the vicinityof charge. If, for example you area do so.There .
tion of "technician pay" will be At 0930 Chaplain Swets will q
Jacksonville. six petty officer 3rd or 2nd class, will be no special bus I
the last
taken up during conduct a special Easter serviceat
( stand to collect about () and from either cha- I
you'll $800 service to
Modern Stories: The Islanders,
months pf 1956, it appears more St. Luke's Chapel, selecting as .
tensions and or $900 a healthy addition toanyone's pel, as there has been in previous
modern romance woven likely that this will be the big his topic "Christ Arose" Easter 'I

into an unusual story of a career incentive of 1957. Experts pay. years. musical selections will be presented i

Greek colony of sponge fishers. from au the services are repre- by a male quartet .

Guard of Honor, three hectic dayson sented in the "task force," tryingto At the same hour of 0930) in j

an Air Base in 1943. Davey is solve the many problems that Phone Service Looms For All Saints' Chapel, Chaplain Car-

for those who enjoyed the appealof must be worked out before the penter will officiate at an Easter 1

boyhood in Tbe Yearling Yon- proposal can be submitted to Enlisted AreaA service, speaking on the topic 4

der, an intriguing psychologicalnovel Congress. Housing "Mysteries of Life and Death."'

which happens to have its Among these problems are the At 1100 in All Saints' Chapel,

setting on the Florida coast. type of pay, who will get it, who possibility exists that pay phones> or even com Chaplain Griffin will deliver a

Poetry: Floridays, a book of will control it and how much it mercial telephones, may be installed in the housingarea sermon on "Strange GodsJesusand
"sounds and scents and sights of aboard the Station and Park resultof
will be. It is felt that Congressmay Dewey as a the Resurrection." And at
Flori-days and Flori-nights," illustrated ''be somewhat reluctant to a suggestion, submitted under the NAS Jax-Improve 1900 there will be an All Saints' :

with very effective ment Suggestion Program.The ,
grant additional pay Increases- Fellowship program of. Easter
silhouettes to inspire the artists especially increases to match pri- suggestion, submitted by II'E. Brouilette, AC1, Caroling, followed by a dedication I

among usl! vate industry's pay scales so of Operations is this: and communion service.
soon after the acrosstheboardraises "It is requested that pay telephone booths be installed .
in the enlisted housing area on the base. At the CATHOLIC '

a year ago. present time, the nearest telephones are located at the Holy ThursdaY-1930, services :

ImID: (color drama Cine): Clifton NATTCenter Exchange and the main gate. If two at St. Edward's Chapel. Mass will

Webb, Gloria Graham. phones could be installed on each street, one at either be said by Father M. F. Gibbons,

end or even just in the*middle of the block, the phone NATTCenter.
Thursday, March 29 Saturday, March XI
problem would be much better. Good Friday-1530, a solemn
Mainside Sudden Danger Mainside Lum and Abner
"We are unable to obtain telephones in the home communion service will be
(drama): Bill Elliott, Beverly Abroad (comedy): Chester Aluck, "
unless you are on call 24 hours per day. over by Father J. V. Bor-
Garland. Morris Goff.NATTCenter,
.* eczsky who will be
NATTCenter Man Who Never Scarlet Hour .
As a result of this suggestion, the Improvement his first official duties at St. Edward's -
Was (color drama Cine): Clifton (crime drama): Carol Ohmart,
Board made the following recommendation to the com- Chapel. .
Webb Gloria Graham. Tom Tryon.
manding officer: Holy Saturday 2100 servicesat
Hospital Slightly Scarlet Hospital-Sudden Danger (dra-
That the telephone company conduct a survey into St. Edward's Chapel, with Fa-
(color drama Cine): Rhonda ma): Bill Elliott, Beverly Gar-
Fleming, John Payne. land. the possibility of installing pay phones in the housingarea. ther H. P. McNally officiating

March SO Easter Sunday-Mass will be
Friday, .. held 0800
m at and 0900. A solemn
Mainside-Scarlet Hour Tom(crime Progress Being The telephone company is now conducting such a High Mass will be said at 1000, by
drama): Carol Ohmart, Try-
survey and officials have reported that the possibilityof Father McNally. .

on. Made To Get several pay phones being installed in the housing area .
NAATCenter-Sudden Danger
in the near future are very good.: Negotiations are presently
(drama): Bill Elliott, Beverly The average sailor receives at
underway with the telephone company to provide
Garland. 65 In 56 commercial residence service where desired. least 44 inoculations during a %0-
Hospital-Man Who Never Was year career.

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tided to make .
Squadron 45 has Robert G. ..
r' Attack' the ComFairJax Manning, AMC; the Navy my : \.}.:{ bonus. .(.. SALTY HUMOR FROM
\ I \ t I needed a new
monthly re-enlistment record VA-45 leading career when
with a total of eight r n1ist- chief: "This is '. realized the car and the HERE AND THERECourt

ments during a single 30-day my final, reenlistment vast amount of tknowledge money sure ,
period. on 20n abut I came in handy. : Seaman Smith, you are

.: The previous record of six was when I look had acquired in Also I think the ." 1' sentenced to 20 days- In the brIgon
back to the $4) the :Navy compared Navy offers excellent ;. '.':k.:
bread and water. How
held'by VF-171 and is based on t1 ii; retire- do you
time I first ., with thatpreviously }:.,. "
+(.ft" &. percentage of the number of shipped over, .., Newlan tirement beneMunse like that? "

. men 'on board the unit during a I feel It was Manningthe learned. Here was something I fits and provides for a secure fu- Seaman: Toasted, please.

);( 30 day period.. Attack Squadrons best" thing I ever did, .Knowing could 'use while learning." ture..' S S

45 had an average of 102 enlisted of the many retirement benefits' Donald J. F----:. ., A far western newspaperheads
Joseph H. Stewart, AKl: "This Eichelser AM2 .
} personnel on board during the I ,can feel confident will the list of births, marriagesand
continue to enjoy the same security -is my third re-enlistment con- -"I don't think deaths briefly and to
....... .' the
I which .
the record-breaking time -"- .. ., beat .., ':
for : f. you can .
my wife and family tract am real1 :;"' ." "
:1 ended February. 28. long after I retire.:" y convinced > the Navy as far, ::: f "Hatched, Matched and Dis

of re-enlistments Harold.J. Me- ::"'$:*';"' ,: r- the Navy can ': as benefits both : ?1Y patched.
) Many ,the ":" :, ;, .. <, : : .. '
t be traced to the outstanding job theny, AE2;: "I ,..t':,......:. :: '<'', :I offer fellas like \ .Jp. during enlist .. 1 1
have wife and : : ; .' ment and after : N : :
a .. me many advantages .I' I'12 Officer in Charge: "I've been
?\ accomplished by VA-45's careerr one child, and ;, :"",'<,''-1 "f 1 as the .... retiring. I also .: I told that you were drunk last
appraisal team. Headed by Lcdr.; .1; i..:'. '' ::1 wanted to stay "Elchelser "
feel that 0;
\ by :\ .\" : Navy has num. ;; ,;,':i '( night and were seen pushing a
William E. Edwards, VA-45 executive staying in the ", y .. .' : erous .retirement fJi } in the Blackbird squadron as I wheelbarrow down 2nd Street

officer, the team pointsOut Navy' for' another .:::: benefits ;: ,"':::i l i''' think VA-45 is a great unit. The White hat: "That's true, sir."

the varied career advantages four ... \\'.'I- '"'J"" and the field Stewart Navy gave me a job I liked and Officer: "And where was I all
and benefits through plain ordi years and tak- ;;t. 4,. .;.! I'm in will pay big dividends aft- which I enjoy working atmuchmore that time?"
advantage than I had in civilian life.
Methenyof White hat: "In the wheelbarrow
er I retire. I put my reenlistment -
nary easy to understand lecturesand the security offers, we wouldbe My dad is 63 and still working- sir!" -
bonus in the bank. I also
interviews. able to have another child and I'll be retired at 381"! *

Ever wonder why a Bluejack I get our new house squared away. like the travel and it's very edu The other two men reenlistingwere '"Sis, I want to report a terrible

et decides to re-enlist Here are I used my re-up bonus to help I cational to see different coun Herbert W. Hoopengarner, mistake on the firing range today -
AOC, recently transferred to "
tries. .
direct answers from six of eight buy our home here in Jackson NAAS Sanford and* Irwin V.
"What kind of a mistake, ser-
''L VA-45 men who did during the ville." Robert J. Munse, AN: "To tell Freeman, AN, currently on his geant

record 30 day period. Walter U. Newlan, AD2 "I de- the truth. I shipped-over because re-enlistment leave. "We hit the wrong target.
} "Well, that doesn't sound too
I .. ...
1 .S ." '' ? serious, why worry about it?"

SAFETYI Third Salk ; : "From now on, sir, your air
I "
I ScoreDtnbl.1Dc iW mail will be 1 coming* by bus.

Injuries Through AllotmentGiven 3. "So you heard the bullet whiz
} a d past you?" asked the lawyer of
Tuesday March 27
the hillbilly who was up for disorderly -
I This Month 0
I I This year 0 TotsThe C S "Yes, suh, ali heard it twice.1I"How's
Days Since Last
3 3N 3r that?
Lost-Time Accident 106
third allotment of Salk: "Heard it whiz when it passedme

Polio Vaccine for immunization . and heard it again

DeadiineApril19For of Navy personnel has when ah passed itl"
been received by NAS Jack- S S

,sonville, according to Capt. lIe: Since I met you I can't
Officers To'Universities Rexel Goodman of the Dis- eat, I can't sleep, fcan't drink.

pensary, acting senior medi She: Why not?.

cal officer. (N t ,91t lIe: I'm broke.
This last increment of about S *
The Navy Bureau of Personnelis I GOO cc's was about a quarter less A sailor and a girl were out

looking for one officer each than ,the previous amount received driving. They came to a quiet
with,the rank of commander and it was revealed. spot in the country and the car
Of designated groups 1100 (general THE FOLLOWING schedule of stopped.

service, regular Navy) and Immunization shots for childrenwere "Out of gas," the bluejacketsaid.
1310 (naval aviator, regular in effect this week: First .

Navy) who wish to apply for a and second shots for ages five to The girl opened her purse and

two-year course in social scienceat nine years Tuesday and Wednes ?* :; pulled out a flask.

a civilian university leading toa day, March 27 and 28, and first "Wow! exclaimed the sailor

master's degree. and second shots for ages six with a knowing smile, "what is

Applicants must now be on sea months to five years, March 29 _______ _______ __ it?"
duty or at an overseas base. To and 30. All shots were given on "Gasoline replied the girl.
FAWTU "A" INSPECTED Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell ,
be eligible for the course they a first come-first served basis and Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, inspects enlisted personnelof .
must have been graduated, froman the Dependents' Section at the Fled All-Weather Training Unit, Atlantic Fleet, Detachment Remember that your 'wife still
accredited educational institu- Dispensary is ready to give the "A" as part of the unit's annual administraUve.materiallnspecUon enjoys candy and flowers. Let
tion with an acedemic record of shots, starting at 0900 until 1100, held last week. The detachment was awarded a grade of "excellent" her know that remember -
with Its maintenance division receiving an you
'outstanding"A .
a B average or better. And they and 1300.1600 on the days desig- part of the Fleet All-Weather Training; Unit, Atlantic Fleet based speak of them occasionally.
must have completed a total of nated.It at NAS Key West, Detachment "A" Is under command of Lcdr. .
two years sea duty in their pres- was pointed out that if any Robert Telfair.
ent rank and at least 18 monthsof vaccine remains after the above Troop 131

their present tour as of August schedule has been effected, first No Stop EnrouteFor
1 of this year.Applicants and second shots for children ages Airfield Is Proposed Scouts
must be dispatchedat nine to 14 will be given Tuesdayand For Naval
once to the Bureau, with a Wednesday, April 3 and 4. EM Coming AcademyA I
letter agreeing to serve two years DEPENDENTS WERE in .lineas $4 million authorizationto Kingsley

for each year of post-graduate early as 0715 Tuesday and by I, From Overseas start work on an airfieldfor
instruction received. On comple- 0900 at least 150 families had. the Naval Academy has Scouts from Naval Air Station

tion of the course, they will be brought their children for the immunization N a v y enlisted men coming been sent to the floor by the Troop 131 spent last weekend
ordered to a tour of shore duty in shots. ashore from overseas ships and House Armed Forces Commit- camping out beside Kingsley

Washington, D. C., in Naval operations It was pointed' out, however, stations are now privileged to go tee.Navy Lake at Camp Blanding.On .
planning billets. that in some instances, all of the directly%to their new duty stations plans call for a 4,800 Saturday afternoon and
The deadline for filing the applications dependents' children brought in without the inconvenienceOf acre facility accommodatingabout evening 30 parents .and friends

in April 9. were not of the specific age limit making unnecessary stops at 50 planes. Total cost is visited the camp site to see the
> required for the shots, some*be- other naval activities en route. estimated at $16.9 million tents to check the sleeping ar
ing too young, which circumstances rangements and to watch the
The rules
A-Sub Naulilis new announced by
scouts their evening meal.
necessitated mothers returning cooking
the Bureau of Naval Personnel, 'Did the Doc
really mean. it The visitors then treatedto
later with the childrenon were
Heading were made to eliminate waste of when he said you wouldn't livea
the dates designated for the an outdoor supper of barbe
atomic submarine Nautilus time and manpower incurred by week if you don't stop chasing cued by the
particular age limit. spareribs prepared
the old policy. Enlisted personnelalso women?"
recently left her home port aNew Age group priorities are not ar will be able tO'compute the Scout Staff.

London, Conn., destined for bitrarily set by the Station, but reporting date at their ultimate "I'll say he meant it, I've been. At night the scouts performedbefore
routine operations out of Key are fixed according to the Navy's destination in' the same manneras chasing his wife." the council fire to demon-
West, Fla., until about April 15 Bureau of Medicine Instruction. officers. strate the dances of the American
Atlantic Submarine Force Head- to report at an intermediate station Indians The camping trip was
quarters said that during the first Prunella: "Tell me, my hand- However, an enlisted man may when they require logistic under the supervision of Scout-

nuclear sub's stay in southern some sailor, how did you learn to stop at any intermediate stationfor support in pay, medical treat- master Randy King, assisted by
waters she would visit New Orleans kiss so divinely?" assistance, travel requests or ment, transportation, or additional William Curtis, James Sheffield
La., for a weekend of leave Sailor: "I'-i the guy: who blows pay and commands will still be direction to carry out travel W. H. Wilson, Walter Dodge and
and recreation.-(AFPS). the bugle.& called on to order enlisted men ,orders. Lloyd Stone.,



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29 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Civil Service 2)%

Lists Jobs :

: .,,
A critical need ,for civilian per- : ,
sonnel at six military i inslalla-

tions Is announced by Sixth

Naval District Headquarters, U. Easter, 1950-Not a day of suits

S. Naval Base, Charleston, S. C. and gay bonnets, but a day of a

The installations include Navel promise and a prayer.A .

Station, Key West; Marine Corps .
.,' ''etaa prayer of 'gratitude for all
Air Station, Miami; Marine Corps that has been bestowed upon us,
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S,C.;
for we are by far among the more
District Public Works, Sixth Na- fortunate.A .
Naval: Base, Charleston -
val ; : promise of love toward all
Francisco Naval Shipyard -
; San mankind. A promise to overcome
District Public Works Officer -
; District greed, envy, hate, all human pit-
Fourteenth Naval ,
falls. The promise to follow the ..
Francisco and Charleston
San Teacher' of Easter Himself and

Naval Shipyard, Charleston. walk in His footsteps becoming a ,
The positions include mechanical humble servant to' all

engineer and ,supervisory 4' .

maintenance engineer, GS 11, .: N. .. We extend to all Servicewomen

Key West; engineers ,from GS 5 everywhere the most joyous Eas:

to GS 9, and naval architect, ter,they ,have experienced. We
GS 5, Charleston Naval Shipyard a'4 3rA 6,riar rr t a3F4x
; position classifier, GS 7, MAYPORT FIREMEN IN NEW DRESS The first In this area to don the newly authorized brated day may touch all of. you
Marine Corps Air Station Miami; blue-serge uniforms for Navy civilian firemen are these firefighters of NAAS Mayport fire department In some special way. -
general engineer, GS Left to right are Reid Harmon; Emil Hoeltzel; Charles Powell, fire captain; George Gemminr,
supervisory fire chief; James Burt, fire captain; James Sorrell'; and Edwin Jones. The new look, now official, is The following news in Wave
-11, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, an all-season wear.Board Ways was contributed by the galsof

Parris Island. Barracks 720, and include all

Engineers from GS 9 to GS the pros and cons in the life of

l1j; housing manager, as -,12; Approves Jumper the NATTCenter Wave.
assistant GS 9 and realty i ,
realty Congratulations and good luck '

officer, GS 11, District Public to ex-Wave Mary Campbell, SN,

Works, 6 ND, Naval Base, Other Clothing ChangesIt's whose four year enlistment cameto

Charleston; engineers from GS VOI a close Tuesday, March 27.
5 to GS 7, and naval architect,
Mary deserves well done for
Spring, no doubt about it, even in the Navy!
GS 5, San Francisco Naval With plans directed to making the American Navy man the The Chief Petty Officers' mess the outstanding contribution she

Shipyard. best dressed on the Seven Seas, and answering his sister, Waves' will, feature a grand Easter egg made to the Center library while
Architect (general) GS 11, hunt .for the children on Easter attached there. '
long-term plea for summer comfort in a smart open collar uniform .
District Public Works Officer, .
with short sleeves, it looks as though the Permanent Naval Uniform Sunday from 1300 until 1400.
Fourteenth Naval District, San Board has succumbed to the soft breezes that stir human yearningsfor All children between the ages Ann Beach, PII3, is all in a
Francisco, Navy #128, FPO. bright new fashions. of two and 12 who are dependents dither from her recent trip to

4 The Board not. omy has approved -. of E-7's serving aboard the Calif. She is next expecting orders 1

the wearing of a new ship showed up unfavorably overseas Station are cordially invited to to Europe. Some girls have '

Big Easter identification mark on the Navy where foreign Navy men wear participate. Many fine prizes will all the luck. '

jumper, -but also a return to the white uniforms with blue collars be awarded to the lucky children A big welcome aboard to Jim i
like the old U. S. Navy dress with the grand prize being a 24- Patricia
pre-World War II dress white my Lee Smith, SN, and
For TwoCarriers jumper. The ship identificationtab whites. ? inch two-wheel bicycle. No res- Shane, SN, who recently joinedthe :

favorably tested by'the crews The old dress white jumper:has ervations or tickets are necessaryand Ship's Company personnel. I

of 14 ships, shows the name of the a blue collar 'with white stripes there is no charge for the Hope their stay will be long and ",

ship embroidered in white let- and blue cuffs with white stripes. children attending the egg hunt. pleasant. ,_:'

ters on a blue background, and Already the Navy has developeda The children will be divided It has been brought to the attention I
When the aircraft carriers USS would' be worn centered just be- new cloth for use' on the new into appropriate age groups and of occupants of Barracks :i

Lake Champlain and USS Coral low the right sleeve seam on both dress white jumper that will be the hunt will be held in the rear 720 that NAS Jax Instruction.

Sea anchor at the Naval AuxiliaryAir blue and white jumpers. easier to clean and press. Whether of the CPO Club. Club officials 1020.1A permits the Mainsiders to
Station Mayport Saturday, it is adopted officially will however that at least
CREW MEMBERS will get five request wear civilian attire'on their off
the officers and enlisted will
probably depend on the reactionof their childor
for one parent accompany duty hours to enjoy the base mo
sleeve marks apiece one
be in for a big surprise.An where
dress blues and four for liberty crew members on ships children. Adequate parking facilities vie, enlisted men's clubs, and the
all-embracing Easter cele- the jumper will first'be tested.As .
whites. They are to be turned in are available across the Navy Exchange facilities. Con 1
bration in Jacksonville and Jack- to the ship when the man is for Waves, they stand a good street from the club. gratulations to H. E. Brouilette,

sonville Beach will welcome home transferred or discharged from chance of getting a light-weight The Club will feature a turkeyor AC, and M. J; Lee, AB3, whose
both crews and provide a week- his ship. summer uniform with open collar ham dinner at very nominal suggestion resulted in the tremendous -

end of hospitality they won't soon All these plans are not yet an and short sleeves, which will prices commencing at 1100 and morale booster.
forget. Starting in with three simultaneous accomplished fact. But the okayof be optional for officers and chief continuing all day Easter Sun- .

dances from 8 to 12 the Board leaves only the Navy petty officers. Wave officials say

Saturday night, at the Roosevelt [Secretary's approval as the final they have been trying a )longtime day.Mothers who desire to assist In Request sing, ,i
Hotel for officers and their ladies to get a smart summer'uni-
hurdle-and it Is expected this dyeing the hard boiled eggs for
; and the Jacksonville Beach will be a certainty within a cou- form for both, officers and enlisted the hunt are requested to con- Persons Act Be j
Community Center and Wilder
then it will women. tact the club
ple of weeks. Even manager.
Recreation Center in Jackson- take several months before ships While this is a long way off, {
ville Made Permanent i
program'will progress get the word, and there is alwaysthe the Waves also may get a new
through Easter
Sunday. directivesand handbag. Modified over the pres-
red of writing
tape The Persons Act under
Sunrise, services will usher in revising uniform regulations ent-style handbag, It will become ,
which Defense continues and
Easter Day at Jacksonville Beach, available perhaps in two years pay
THE REVISED UNIFORM ac- allowances of in _
men a missing
the Jacksonville Ball 'Park and stock is*
when the present expected
tually was promoted by several status and allowances of their
Field, starting at 0615. to be exhausted.
Immediately following two Easter fleet commanders who were dis- dependents, will become per'nanent .
turbed by the enlisted man'sscorn if Defense
a Department request -
breakfasts will be served to crew "What Is the out-
of the "pajama-top" appear- to Congress is approved.The .
I members at the Jacksonville USO standing contribution that chem- Servicemen and women stationed -
of the white jumper worn
j I and Wilder Recreation Center. ance also istry has given the world?" in the Jacksonville area are Act was a temporary law
and leave. They
During the afternoon a picnic will on liberty Student: "Blondes." cordially invited to spend their passed in 1942 to cover men miss
the U. S. Navy man
be held at Wilder Recreation Cen- felt that liberty hours during the Easter ing in action in the war, and extended -

ter at 1400, and a second picnicat ,weekend enjoying the special en- since then on a year to
1700 at Jacksonville Beach. tertainment planned for them and year basis. The basis for a per-

sponsored by their JacksonvilleUSO manent Missing Persons law is
Vesper services at the USO, at
1900, will close the Easter cele- Sevicemen's club. cited by Defense is the present::
bration. world tension and the fact that
Two USO establishments will
service personnel are based in tel s
be in operation during the entire
parts of the world, some in areas
Three Earn Bucks Easter weekend beginning Satur-
that could be
are or danger spots
For day morning. The USO, locatedat
Safety Slogan
r r 37 W. Monroe St., in Jackson-
Only three persons have : ville, offers the following sched- service personnel from the USS

claimed lucky bucks for correctly ule of events: Coral Sea and the Lake Champlain -

reciting the Station's safety slogan 1uusT-: --- Saturday, March 31-1000, Open .

for the month of March. house lasting until 2400; 2000, Or- Saturday, March 31 0830,

Receiving one dollar bill apiece chestra dance. morning tennis matches; 1300,

were J, R. Roche and Roosevelt 4; y ,yy 43 s Sunday, April 1 1000, Free Bicycle races; 2000, Orchestra .
King of Public Works; and Rich- coffee and donuts, church; 1700, dance at the band-shell.

ard McKenzie of the Supply Department ... Vespers and refreshments; 2000, Sunday, April 1-0630, Easter

REGULUS ON WIIEELS The Navy's guided missile, Free movie (Untamed Frontier). sunrise services will be conducted
Doctor: "You'll have to avoidall Regulus, has been fitted with a wheel cart so that it may be A temporary USO club will beset beside the ocean; 0830, Coffee
forms launched by a ship's catapult, replacing the previous combination up at the Jax-Beach recrea- and donuts and church; 1300, Eas
of excitement"Sailor launching platform board Jato bottles. This plcture-: tion center and the bandshell, located ter parade; 1930, Movie at the
: "Can't I even look at recently released, was taken the aircraft carrier, USS
them I at Oceanfront, for use by i band-shell (The Glass Web),
on the street? Hancock last summer.



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In Mixed Summer

!t f fII a' 1T Bowling LeaguePlans

are underway to estab-
T lish teams and set up the schedule
,; for the 1956 Mixed Summer
II Bowling League. This league is

open for participation by Naval

1 Air Station civilian employeesand
their spouses. Beginners are
especially welcome.

Employees interested in par-
ticipating should submit their

name, address, phone number,
L shop and department to one of
:4dcNY1+ 1D. .o .. 'wacwoaww Yar.'uaruvoaawla 1p+[,aat iuwd the following persons by Friday,
FLIERS' INFIELD "Let me hare this one", seems to be the single thought .! these 'Iye'memben of the ,lax Nary Fliers April 6:
l Infield as they prepared for the season's opener with Kentucky University Wednesday at Mason Field. Left to right are Pete Tene-
I rowiscz. of Fasron 109 :2D; Pete Femberton of VAH-1, SS; Smoke VtnoverNAS Administration, SS; Mel Young, of AO-A School, Clara Stover-Shop 532, Power
28; and Andy Campbell, VF-171,3B. The Fliers meet K. U. in the second fame of the series this afternoon at 1COO at Mason Field. Plant Division, Overhaul and Re-

pair department, extension 768;

,WEEKEND TIDE Ruby Harrington-:front office, 0
Fliers! Face U.
IIIGII LOW Kentucky Prospective Umps &R, extension 710; E. S. Robin.

son, Hangar 101S, O&R, extension
A.M. P.lL AM.P.r.L Gather
FrL 10:35: 10:59 4:21: 4i: FridayA 8119; William Oterhage-Shop
Field todayJacksonville 512-8, Power Plant Division 0
Sa: 11:19 11:44: 5:07: 5:09: At Mason meeting for prospective ,
&R, extension 768 Cecilia
Sun 12:08 5:56: 5:59 softball umpires will be held in ; Young
the Special Services office -Shop 4122, Avionics Division,
Navy's Fliers, who pried the lid of their
Building 930, at 1330 tomorrow. O&R, extension 8413; Virginia
956) diamond campaign Wednesday, oppose the Universityof
Reveal March Prizes Kentucky Wildcats in the second of'a two-game series at A number of arbiters are Shaw Virginia-Supply.Cross ,-extension Public Works 382;, .
needed for
1600 tonight at Mason Field Mainside Softball
extension 422, and Raymond Da-
For Bass Contest Results oi yesterdays Fhers-' League games this season, intramural
:backstopping. Hank Moyer startedat tres-Industrial Relations, exten
: U, battle availableat officials say. All officials
K. were not II sion 8 2.Dowling.
Prizes have been announcedfor time.SOUTHPAW. first base; Mel Young at sec will receive $2.50 per
March competition in the Ci press ond; Tom Sakelos at third; Pete I gam. will begin on May 24
vil Service Black Bass Fishing JIM Boroff has Pemberton at shortstop. In the I No previous experience behind at 1900 on Thursday nights and
Contest by the contest committee. been given the mound assignmentfor outfield were Jim Joyce in leftfield I the plate is needed will continue for sixteen weeks.It .
the Fliers today, with Bernie ; George Harvey in center- anyone with a strong voice and is anticipated that bowling will
Prizes include an ice box for Slater behind the plate.' field; and Roy Hayes in right 20-20 vision may apply.Crackerjax. take place at the Springfield al

men's division; an ice box for The Fliers opened'yesterday..__!__ 'L_ field. The same lineup will start leys.
women's division; a skillcast reel, with Frank' Jankunrs \uUlglIC tms afternoons contest.
division rubber and Slater doing the THE FLIERS face ambitious
children's ; and a swivel an
boat seat for the entry prize. schedule within the next week. Look To Mound

Entries for March must be submitted They play host Saturday at 1400
to committeemen by April Tennismen Bow at Mason Field here to American For Defense Of City CrownWith
International College of Spring

To Duke 7-2 field, Mass. Sunday at 1400 at
15.NAWS1 tryouts climaxing& this week,' future practice sessions for
Mason Field the Fliers entertain
the Jax Navy Crackerjax will be geared toward. the approaching
Opens Duke University's strong tennis Amherst (Mass.)/ College. Jacksonville City Women's Softball League
Monday they take on the
combine subdued Jacksonville '
The varsity Wave team will be
_. American International College pleased with the spirit, but he
Navy's netmen, 7-2, at Boone defending its 1955 championship
20-Point GapIn Park courts Tuesday. again in a fray starting at .1600. against five Jacksonville area says the squad needs some polish

The Fliers won their first singles Next Wednesday and Thursdaythe units. Before the season opens April 15
match and the final doubles Fliers will be on the road fora The pitching staff is the best
Coach .Matt Kurilich
Keg Race"That match, but took it on the chin two-game series with Pine- seems the ffirls-ln-blue have fielded

in the others. Summaries: castle, Fla. Air Force Base. In many a year. Three veterans
team just can't be Singles: Leon Wilson, o AGO Takes LeadIn returning for mound action Include .

stopped is the word around the feated Bob Green, Duke, 7-5, 6.4; WEATHER OUTLOOK Ellen Carlson, who
NATTCenter intramural bowling Leif Beck, Duke, defeated Jack'andland chucked 25 games for the
Friday Partly cloudy
league circuit as NAWS-1 added Navy, 6-1, 6-1; John slightly cooler. Crackerjax last year, winning
two more victims to it's list of Kopf, Duke, defeated Hunter Bell, the dust had cleared at 20; Carol Hooser, who hurled
victories. The NAWS unit is in' Navy, 6-1, 6-0; Don Romhilt, Saturday Continued cloudy the end, of the third round of 8 victories in 1955 to one upset,
first place with a 20-point lead. Duke; defeated George Wood, warming temperatures. play in the NATTCenter intra and Diana Fitzpatrick who, although

With Harry Beaumont, TomB Navy, 6.2, 7-5; Joe LeBauer, Sunday-Warm with scattered mural badminton league .Aviation she only holds a record
a r g e r, and Les Graupman, Duke, defeated Jim Brown, Navy, showers. Ground Officer School was of one win In the'same number
making the noise for.the NAWS-1 6-1, 6-2; Bob Sauer, Duke, defeat- alone on the top of the heap. of. starts, is expected to see
outfit, the team had little troublein ed Dave Schultz, Navy, 6-., 6.3. An apprentice seaman was Led by Ensign Jim Clipp, un much of the mound duty this
blasting Special Services last Doubles: Green and Beck, Duke, counting his pay by wetting his defeated in five encounters, the, season. Add a fireball by the
Tuesday and Aviation Electricians defeated Wilson and Candland, fingers and leafing through the AGO students whitewashed Marine name of Melnee Grant and you

School Thursday.In Navy, 6-3, 7-5; Kopf and Romhllt, bills. 0 Air Detachment, 3-0, and have a tough hurling staff.
other matches of the week, Duke[ defeated Bell and Wood, "Hey, that money is full of clipped Aviation Ordnance School Positions are still open in the

Aviation Ordnance School stayedin Navy, 6-2, 6-3; Kevin Ryan and germs," yelled a shipmate 2-1, during the past week to Outfield and infield, for any serv-
the race for the No. 2 spot in Schultz, Navy, defeated LeBaucr "Nutsl"! retorted the SA. "No build up a 13-2 record. icewomen wanting to come out
the standings with ANP-1, winning and Ben Few, Duke, 8-6, 75. germ could live on my salary. SURPRISING TEAM of the at the 1700 tryout 'sessions.
three out 01 lour from .weeks play was l"H\'rnenter -

NAWS-3. AN-P-1 paved its way which suddenly caught fire to r
to victory over Special Services, move into the No. 5 slot in the SPORTS
helped ,along with a 529 set by standings, following a dual victory
John Burner. over Airman Prep No. 2, 2.1, ]
AE:: School remained on the 1v rt. and Aviation Storekeeper School, SCHEDULE
',' bottom of the totem pole dropping ', 3-0. 'or Week of March. 29 April
; four points to fifth place NA WS-3. r..q Only other member besidesC Tennis: Jax Fliers vs. Concordia -
AN-P-1 tromped over school k +9'tij'K 11 p p t 0 remain undefeated Seminary, here, March 31; and

',., shipmates, AN-P-2, 4-0, and 1o %-v I against individual opposition is Jax Fliers vs. High Point College,
k. NAWS-2 had little trouble in Jim Bertolino, who holds a per- here, April 3.
triumphing over Aviation GroundS fect 5-0 record. Jim is top man Golf: Jax Fliers vs. Timuquana

;. S Officers, 4-0. AGO later in the 4' \ on the second place squad, Air- Country Club (Jacksonville Ama-
i\ week turned around to roll on man Preparatory School No. One. teur Golf Association match),
';!: by AN-P-2, 4-0. IN OTHER MATCHES Naval here, April 1.
Air Weapons School defeated Aviation .
t', Current standings are: Baseball: Jax Fliers vs. American
:..... Ordnance School, 2.1, and 'InternatIonal "Teh
f, Team W L Pet. ti1r 31 at
l ,r NAWS-1 62 2 .969 w Airman Preparatory School No. Mason Field, 1430; F-ers vs. Am.
AN-P-1 42 18 ,700 Two, 3-0; Aviation Electrician herst College, Apri 1 at Mason
l : t School won over Aviation Store
AO School 44 20 .688 i Field, 1430; Fliers vs. American
!. AK School 36 22 .633 keeper School, 2.1; while drop International, April 2 at Mason
: ping a match to Airman Prepara- Field, 1600 and Fliers
NAWS-3 33 31 .516 : 6 ')A'V ; vs. Pine-
t:' .1a NAWS-2 29 31 .483 tory School No. 1, 21. castle AFB, there, April 4.
( Current team standings are: Boxing: Sixth Naval District
'4' 1 Spec. Ser. 24 .429
AGO School, 13-2 AN-P School
AGO School 16 44 .267 ; Tourney, ending March 29, at
( AN-P-2 12 48 .200 BEST BIRDIE BATTERS When NATTCenter-Iles speakof No. One, 9.3; EA-A School, t-6j; NAS Memphis.
"watching the birdie" these days, more than likely they're NAWS School, 8-4; Special Serv., .
r,7",7"A School 4 56 .067 speaking the badminton shuttlecock commonly called "bird" 9-6; Marine Air Detach., 5-7; AN-
and not just talking shutter bur jargon. Three of the best bird. P School No. Two
: 85 in 56 watchers in the newly formed Center badminton loop are (left to ; 65 In 56r
11),: right) Jim Brrtollno, Dill Churchill, and Lionel Roux. School, 2.10; AO School, 312.

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I 29 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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Blue Bolts, : ':' :, .. ..j 20 Teams Enter Play ,

FairjaxmenStay ". I:1.: :' ::1.'I'i}t .; "1..

On TopWith I :I"t i, ..,}]....,: .) In Mainside Softball

\ ;; .
the first round of the ", 'Ji/if. ':"'\_', .', Athletic representatives of over 20 Mainside activities announced
I '
Mainside Intramural bowling lea ':].11"> their intentions of entering softball teams in the .upcom-

gue rapidly closing, ComFairJaxand :. ing diamond league, at a meeting last Friday morning.

VA 172. Blue Bolts are I Members of 21 units attended used, for night play if the schedule
hanging on to their top positionin I the meeting, worked out loop necessitates.

the standings. ;problems and also reviewed the Circuit action will take place on
Neither team Has such a large
present Ironman Trophy program weekday evenings, Monday
margin that it cannot be knocked
which was revised by the occasional
through Thursday, and
out of first place before the end
themselves at a meeting last
rouni games will be scheduled for Fri
of the first
VA 172 Blue Bolts, hold a four Fall.THE day evenings. Each team will play
point lead in the National league 1956 SOFTBALL season is approximately three contests ev-

while ComFalrJax is seven pointsup tentatively scheduled to open ery two weeks.

on the eleven remaining out April 9, with each'team playing Current unit entries include:

fits in the American division. 20 games on a round robin basisin VW-4, VF-173, Fasron 109, VP-16,

The 172 Hot Shots split with the one division circuit Supply, VA-45, Hospital, Com-

VF-173 in National league action The present 200-game schedule FairJax, Fasron 6, VA-44, Faetu,

last week, winning the first set, might go even higher if other en- O&R, Operations, VAIM, BOQ,
dropping the next two, and tries reach Special Services be- VA-172, Personnel, VP-18, VF-171
coming through to collect the fore the entry deadline tomorrow and VA-175.
final point on total pins. LEAGUE LEADING BLUE BQLTS Grouped around the afternoon at 1600.
VC 62 held on to it's No. 3 scorer's table at the Mainside alleys are five reasons why the
ALL GAMES WILL be playedon
spot in the standing splitting a National Division race of. the Mainside Bowline League is such Weight Lifting
a one-team. *"***. Shown checking over the hardwood Statistics the four fields at Mainside and
set with Fasron 6 and taking four
are VA-172's Gene Sombo'sittinic at the table; Standing (left to at a fifth diamond in the Hospital
points from VA 175. right) are Ensign Don Mairose, Don Spera, ADt; Steve Duduke- area. Several of the parks are Meet May 1
Despite the efforts of Paul vich, ADZ; and Jim Poteat, ATS. The Blue Bolts currently hate
Crockett, who rolled the high a 4-point lead in the intramural ten pin loop. equipped with lights and may beEleven
The annual North Florida
average for the week with a 183,
Weight Lifting Tournament will
189, and 209 for a 581 total, VP 60 Pistoleers
be held Tuesday, May 1 at 1930
16 dropped its encounter to VF-
at the Jacksonville city recreation -
22, 4 0, in the Nationals. Answer CallThe
department at 311 West Du-
ComFairJax chalked up two
val Street.
more wins over Boathouse, 4-0, second general assembly
and NAMTD, 4-0. Eighth place meeting of the newly formed Jax 4,M Weigh-ins and AAU registra
NAS Dispensary tucked away two Navy Pistol club was held Mon F tion for the event are scheduledfor

wins, defeating 0 & R, 3.1, and day with a record breaking at- the department auditorium
Personnel, 4-0, tendance of 60 members on hand. the same day from 1830 to 1930.

AMERICAN Organized duririJhe'middle? of THE WEIGHT lifters will compete -

Team W L February, the pistol club is in the in the two-hand clean and

ComFairJax 45 3 beginning stages and open to all jerk, the two-hand military press
Supply 38 10 interested military personnel, Center Clubs and two-hand snatch' phases of

FAW-ll 3. 14 I male or female The club's prime lifting. Both individual and team

Boathouse 28 20 purpose is to instruct individualsin competition is slated for weights _
Personnel 27 21 the art of handling a pistol, Ready For Softball"Play Of 123Y, 132M, 1483/4 165, 181N,
Special Services 26 22 both correctly and safely. and 198 pounds and the heavy-

NAMTD 26 22 THE CLUB ALSO hopes to ball" will be echoed throughout NATTCenter diamondsat weight category.All .

Dispensary 26 22 train the beginners for partici- 1630 on the evening of April 10.with the official opening of the entries in the local tourney

Electronics 25 23 pation in match competition. All 1956 NATTCenter intramural softball league. are eligible to compete in the

o & R 2. 24 instructors of the club are .Na- Game nights, times, and rules keeper School, Marine Air Detachment Florida Amateur Athletic Union
Waves 8 36 tional Rifle Association members were presented and decided by all Special Services, Air- tourney which will be held later

Public Works 7 41 who have been affiliated with pistol team representatives at a meeting man Preparatory School, Administration this Spring;

NATIONAL shooting for a number of held March 22. Aviation Ordnance TROPHIES will be awarded to

Team W L years. With the addition of AE-A I School, Aviation Ground Officers the championship and runner-up

VA-172E-B 39 5 COMDR. ALMON WHITE, NAS School No. 2; and NATTCenter School, Naval Air Weapons, Avi- teams in the meet, and first, sec
VF 22 35 9 Security officer, accepted the position Operations to the intramural ros- ation Electrician School, Team ond and third place contestants

VC 62 33 :i of club sponsor at the, ter, it was decided that the contests No. 1, Aviation Electrician School, will receive ribbon awards.

VAll 1. 30 18 meeting.It between the units be playedon Team No.2, and NATTCenter I Jax Navy weightlifters placed

VA -,H 28 20 is planned that appropriate Monday, Wednesday, and Operations.First I second in the 1955 tourney with

Fasron 6 27 19 awards be presented to the first, Thursday evenings at 1630 with round competition startson ,,16 points, and Flier weightmanAlan

C'munications 27 21 second, and third place winnersof forfeit time set for 1645. April 16 and continues ,' Kessick won the heavy
VP 16 18 26VF43 weight title.Additional.
each class in the monthly pistol through May 31. Second round -
14 30VW4 matches, with the next match Each team will see action ap- will begin June 4 and end around : tourney information .
13 37VA17211.S scheduled for the third Saturday proximately twice during the July 1. i and entry blanks may be ob-
12 36VA175 in weekly play using four softball i tained from the Jacksonville
April. officials
I Experienced are
11 35 fields. Diamonds scheduled for the game !recreation department, 311 West
VF-173 4 36 sports event include: Field.No. 3 I still sorely needed. Any personnel Duval Street.
interested can contact Sgt.
Reed Sombo
and No. 4, located across from I
Chuck Pless, NATTCenter Special
Barracks 440 Field No. 5, located I
Progress Being Blind Bogey Victors between the tennis; courts and theNATTCenter I the earliest Services opportunity., 'extension 481, at KNOW YOUR
Three Station golfers bested a outdoor swimmingpool
Made To Get 50-man field last Saturday in the and Field No.8, located I 4 lA) ATHLETE

weekly Blind. Bogey tourney. across from Barracks 572 on Greer DuoWinner Holding down a slot on two

Their 73 strokes, 18-hole total and Yorktown. bowling teams takes up the
65 In 56 !
handicap combinations were pull Of greater part _of Clarence Big-
ed from' the clubhouse cap. League play will consist of two gerstaffs liberty hours. The

Never argue with your doctor Roy Reed, Steve Sombo and rounds with the first round win- 2-Ball Electronics :Technician chief
he's got inside information. Vince Anania composed the win- ner meeting the second round Play rolls with the Communications

ning trio. Reed scored his 73 on champion in a three game playoff department in the Mainside in-
; Comdr. and Mrs Howard Greer
The only men who need liquorto a 78-5 combination, Sombo tallieda unless the same team takes tramural bowling league and,
walked off with the Station Officers'
do their best work are bartenders 100 total with-27-stroke han- both rounds. The NATTCenter on the few,, free evenings left,
dicap and Anania carded a 103 winning squad then meets the Wives Golf Association two- bowls for the Jacksonville Police -
ticket with. a 30 handicap. Mainside victors for the All-Sta- ball tourney held last weekend, team In the City League.

"Sorry> sir," said the bank teller tion softball championship.Eleven with a one-stroke victory over I A consistent
as the man handed him a The earliest submarines were teams are primed for Mrs. B. E. Missman and Capt. Damon pin-splitter averaging -

check, "but your wife beat you built without provision for peri the Center softball circuit action. Bernard. around.
to the draw." scope. Entries include: Aviation Store- The Green posted a net' 74 H 170 a game, the

for the 18-hole tourney to beat YMii4."v..!..&" ni cs L a b .. .' '
out a 75% by the Missman-Ber. chiefs biggest ,. .

I I '_56 Station Golf Championship Tourney SetStation I by nard The Mr.duo winners and, and Mrs.a 76Vi tallied Les total Platt.a carded gross weeks place thrill several took ago .. .",.;,"" '',"

linksters to score of 91, followed by a 92 anda '.':. ..
wishing en- when he ran up
ter in the -1956 Station Golf be played on the local greens and 1948, and Bill Scarbrough, winnerof 93 for the second and third
a 640 total in
should run approximately three 1954, will pit their skill against place finishers; each team had Bigrerstatf
Championship tournament should
three games in the Jax City
in the coming contestOther
weeks. opposition 16 Vi stroke handicaps.The .
submit their entries at., the golf League.
shack pro-shop prior to March 29. Lou Chaff, who won his way to familiar,, figures around lowest gross score of the The ol' salt, hailing from
Twenty golf enthusiasts have the Station laurels in 1955 is on the golf circuit expected to enter afternoon was turned in by Lt. Shelby, North Carolina, is no
already filed entry forms and aio hand again this year to defend. into the tournament play include and Mrs. R. O. Westmore who greenhorn to Navy sports baying -
now awaiting the qualifyinground Returning to vie' for the prized Chuck Summitt, Walt Strader, ended with an 86. 15 years of naval service'
for the matchplayouma- trophy are two former title- Harry Webb, Mike Benak, and Some 26 couples participatedIn behind

ment, on March,31. Matches will holders, Joe McDonald, champ of Bob Thiel. the event. him.'I
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.?ago _Eight JAX AlR NEWS: 29 March 1956


Big Exemptions ProvidedIn <. .... 'J '?; rMN ti, rr .1Ell.lD.. .

Some State Tax laws '. ,: 4 rm. turn cQttage. $60. Doctors

Jvf Lake, Orange Park. CO 4-8038.

.. ': Gross.
(This Is the eighth and last in a series of articles on state Incometax
3 rm. gar. fume apt. $60. :3708
laws. By Armed Forces Press Service)
Hcndrick St. EL 56541. Jenkins
The following is a continuation of the listing of states that have
: Income tax laws and how these laws affect members of the armed 3 rm furn. apt. 755 King Street.
forces. David., r -

OKLAHOMA\ -Returns must be 2 bdrm. C. B. hse. Also for sale.!
ried or head of a household and Carport. 5008,Sunderland: Road.
filed on a gross income Of at least $400 for each dependent. Returnsare EV 9-7148.. Robinson.

$1,000 If single and at least $2,- due April 15. Payment may be 3-1 bdrm. furn. apt. $50. 1511
000 if married. Exemptions are in installments with the first one Barr St. EV 8-2407. Spurgeon.

$1,000 if single, $2,000 if marriedor due with the returns. Income of 2 bdrm. furn. apt. 204 River Rd.,

head of a family and $500 for members of the armed forces is F aM Orange Pk. Andrews.

: each dependent. Returns are due subject for federal to same returns.TENNESSEEReturns computations. as 2 bdrm. furn. hse.'Gar. 5137 Ad-
miral Dr. Venetia
Terrace. EL
April 15. Payment may be in Installments
must be
60201.: Cheek.
with the first, one due filed 6n an income of $25 or more 3 rm. furn. apt. Riverfront. $75.

with the returns. from dividends and interest. Between NAS and Orange.Park.CO .
There are no personal
exemptions 4-2791. Porter.
OREGON Returns must be
Returns and payments are # t 6 6Y 3 rm. furn.:,apt Oil Collins Road.
filed on a net income in excess due April 15. I CO 48792. Cornelius.

of personal exemptions which are UTAH-Returns must be filed 3 rm. fum. apt, 311 W. Forth St.
$500 if single or separated, $1,000if on a gross income of $600 or more } EL 5-7414. Fleming. .

married or head of a family, if single or separated and on "$1-, 3 rm. furn. apt. Apply 112 E. Ashley -
200 if i. St. EL 4-5676 Stradtman.
$500 for each dependent, and ad or more Exemptions
ditional "hardship" exemptionson are $600 if single, $1,200 if :rtt 3 rm. furn.: apt. 4459 Collins Rd.
married and CO'4-4551. Abbott..
$600 for each de
income under $1,000 if single "
and $1,500 if married. pendent. Returns and paymentare t 1 bdrm.' furn. apt. 2660 Forbes St.

due April 15. ..." -- ._- .>',- ,,- P', ,_'- .. .. __J EV 7-3697. Snow.
Returns must be filed on a VERMONT-Returns 3 rm. furn. apt. $45, Murray 11111
must be DOUBLES Having double trouble In Barracks 720 keeping ,
gross income of $4,000 or more. Section. EV 8-1760 (call at 1300
s held on a income of$500 Identifies same"Waves.
gross or their straight are these five sets of "name's the
r, $3,000 active service pay is ex more. A declaration of estimatedtax Standing (left to right, top and bottom) are the Jacksons, ,and 1900)). Ballentine. ,
eluded. Returns are due April 15. is required on income not Margaret and Teddy; the Smiths Jimmy Lee and Vera; the Thompsons 1 rm. with kitch. for business
Payment. may be in, installments Jonita and Marllou; the demons, Joyce and sister Patsy. In lady $10 per wk.. Avondale,
subject to withholding. Exemptions front the almost allkes Kim Sass and Leoda Cass.
the with
with first one due the for 3909 Oak St. EV 91030. Scruggs.
are $500 taxpayer, $500
returns. If the serviceman is outside for 4 rm. upper furn.. apt. 544 Oak St.
spouse $500 each deicndent. '
the U.S. on April 15, he may GI Loan Refunded In Full Apply 542 Oak St. Fleet.
defer filing and payment of taxes 1- bdrm., fume. apt, Upper. Avail.
Returns and
up to 90 days after his return to payment are due May 1. 2130' Riverside Ave $75.
the U.S. April 15. The declarations are Bennett -
due April 15 and payments of estimated Millionth Veteran .4
By rm. apt. $75. 5017 110th
PENNSYLVANIA personal tax may be in install- -
St., Ortega Farms. On the wa-
Income tax but residents of some ments wfith the first one due terfront. EV- .
7-5457. Smith.
cities and municipalities may be with the declaration. Members of The millionth veteran has re- million.
I of approximately $200 2 bdrm. unfurn. apt.. 809 McDuff
liable for local income taxes. the armed forces may defer filing paid his GI loan in full, the Vet- Ave. EV
9-2845. Greer.
The net loss to VA has been
returns and paying taxes later ''Administration has an-
PUERTO RICO-Returns must no erans 3 rm. furn. apt. $14 perwk. 131
be filed on a net income of $800 or than six months from the date nounced.As only $19 million, or slightly more East 20th St. EL 6-6017. Parrott.

more if single, separated, or head of discharge. Income of membersof of January 1958,1,024,919; :) than 50 cents for every thousand Will share home with Navy

of family, on a net income of $2,- the armed forces is subject to loans for homes,'farms and busi- dollars borrowed. VA said the net couple. $55. EV 8-3297: (after

000 or more if married and on a the same computations as for federal .- nesses totaling more than $5.1 billion loss is subject to further recovery 1700). Summers.

j gross income of $5,000 or more. returns. had been repaid in full, or either from the veteran 'or Will share 3 bdrm. home with

Exemptions arc $800 if singleor VIRGINIA Returns must be nearly one out ,of every four GI from the liquidation of tangible Navy couple. .55. 4818 Tulipwood -
I filed on a gross income of $1,000or loans guaranteed or insured by security. Rd.. EV 8-3297.- -
separated, $2,000 if married or -
head of a family and $400 for each > more. Exemptions are $1,000for VA.In Of the 40,035 loans on which 2 bdrm. unfurn: apt.. $75. 2580

dependent. Returns are due April taxpayer, $1,000 for spouse, ,the 11 years of the program, claims have ,been paid, 24,558 or Riverside Ave.,EV- 8-7904 (after
15. Payment may be in installments $200 for each dependent, $800, for VA has underwritten 4,599,685 slightly more than one-half of one 1800)). Cow rt. .
dependent mother, father son, GI loans totaling $34.4 billionMost Business, women to share.2 bdrm.
with the first one due with per cent of the total number: ?
the returns. Members of armed daughter, brother or sister of unmarried of the loans, or 4,306,515were guaranteed, were home loans' apt. 2580 Riverside Ave. 50.

forces outside Puerto Rico taxpayer.Returns for homes. Of the remain- EV 8-7904 (after 1800),.Cowart
defer filing and paying. may are due May 1. Pay- der, 68,956 were farm loans and Allowing' for repaid in'-; full FOR SALE

ment is due Dec. 5. Income of 224,214 were business loans. loans, amortization payments and 35' 2 bdrm. house-trailer. 6301

SOUTH CAROLINAReturnsmust members of the armed forces is t claims paid, VA estimates that Roosevelt Blvd., Lot 105, Azalea
be filed income of : billion of the original $34.4
net 24.5
on a
subject to computations Trailer
,same as Of the 1,024,919 GI loans re- Pk. Moore. -
$1,000 or more if single or sep- for federal returns for 1951 paid in full, 809,511 were home billion borr6wed by World WarII 2 bdrm. hse. $49. 5255.: Camille
arated and on a net aggregate in'come and Korean,conflict period vet- .
through 1955.'WISCONSINReturns. loans totaling $4.6. ,billion; 42,277 Ave EV 9-8680.,Roberts.
of $1,800 or more in the case erans still is outstanding. : '
2 :bdrm. hse. G. I. ,
must be were farm loans totaling, $132 Equity.
of a married couple. Exemptionsare filed on a combined net incomeof million, and 173,131 were busi- JSunderland Road.; EV: 9-7747.,,

$1,000 if single; $2,000 if mar-I a married couple of at least ness loans totaling $420 million.In Help Wanted! Thics.

$1,400 and on a gross income of addition to the $5.1 billion The NAS Jax Legal Office is attempting 195
$600 or more. Credit from tax is repaid in full; VA estimates s an- to locate a Navy man,, 2' bdrm.hse.. Venetia Terrace, 6248
Our Front CoverHe $7 if single, $14 if married or Other $3.5 billion has been paid who was a passenger in a' car '. W Pennant Dr. EV 7-5779. Cor-

si'ffered under Pontius head of a family and $7 for each off in installments by veterans which was involved in an accident .ifielius.' '

Pilate; He died; And was dependent. whose loans are,still outstanding.VA on U. S. 301, two miles northof .bdrm.. unfurn. hse. FHA finance,

buried; But he arose again Returns are due April 15. Payment has paid claims: to lenderson Waldo, Florida, on. Sunday, $55 ;,mo. 4542 Blount Ave. Ext.

from the dead on the third day. may be in installments with only 40,035 loans for homes, August 7, 1955. If you.have any 622 or 649. Arnold..
The single example of the the first one due with the returns. farms and businesses. These loans information, regarding,this matter 2 bdr n. hse. 6226 Pennant Dr. W.

resurrected life.On $1,500 active-service pay is ex- had an original principal amoun please t call Extension 789., EV 7-4959. Blessing

Easter Sunday, April 1, cluded through 1956. There is an .. LOST AND FOUND .
Christians the world over will extension oftime, for filing returns y 7 One rabbit" 1437B ChildSt.
commemorate the resurrectionof and paying taxes for'members of on Station. Owner may claim

Jesus Christ, who died that the armed forces outside the U.S. \ same.
men might live. Easter Sundayand on the date their taxable ye }. Have you seen Tiki? Little Lani
are :
Udovin has been calling at the
the days preceding Easter, ends or on the date returns
due. This extension be until] F door-"Here Gigi" for her black
known as Holy Week, is the may
holiest period of the year. six months after discharge but four year old Cocker-Spaniel.

in no case after.June 15, 1957. r' ,. Anyone knowing the whereabouts ; -
On today's front page of the k 9f of the cocker, please call
Jax Air News is of ;r rA
our message Y Ext. 607. Identifying mark .-
Easter, with a local Navy family Admiral McMahon bald spot on the tail.
at worship. It's the familyof rM MISCELLANEOUSWanted

Thomas Moore, RM1, ofComFairJax GomAirLanl VisitsVice rR 5'R riders from Murray Hill
,, Communications r
; I
to NAS Jax. Hrs: 0800 1630..
' and Mrs. Moore, with ,daugh- Contact Martin
Admiral Frederick :M. McMahon Public Works
ters Carol Ann, 5, and Terry
Commander Air Force,, s depart. Paint shop .
Jean, 9. Atlantic Fleet, flew here from h is 4' j Ride wanted from vicinity of Ros-

The cover was designed by headquarters at NAS Norfolk,, 34 7 sell and Ancostia. Hrs: 0730 -

the editor, with NAS Photo Va., last week for a one-day visit. conception of 1600. Ext. 577 or EV 7-4828.,
Lab photographers James Thi- SOMETHING NEW! Here Is an artist's the
Rear Admiral Delbert S. Corn. Beach Discharge Lighter, a barge that will handle vehicular and Dixon. ,
sen PH3, and William Griffith, well, Commander Fleet Air Jack. other bulk cargo for the Military Sea Transport Service. ,Designs Ride wanted from 10509 lI verford -
PH3, handling the camera work sonville, met him on arrival and I resulted from a joint Army Transportation Corps Departmentof Rd. in Highland to NAS
and the NAS Photo Lab crew Naval avi. the Navy effort. The lighter, recently contracted, would be Jax. Hrs: 0730,- 1610. Ext. 8270,
later discussed varied
producing the prints. 330 feet long, 65 feet wide and would carry a near payload of
ation topics. about 600 tons of vehicular cargo or 1,000 tons of general cargo. I Beulah Hickson.

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