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Jax air news
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May 17, 1956


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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases; Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air'Wing Ht: Naval Air Technical ,Training Center -

Enlisted 1 ;jJ; h1TiiP Carrier .

'PromotionsOnUpgrade' \.
.' To Arrive

In AugustFDR
Promotions are coming fast I.' r "
and furiously to qualified enlisted ?

personnel as the Navy The aircraft carrier USS

.again slashes the time required 1 I Franklin D. Roosevelt, carrying .
for promotion to E-2 V } 4 >f I .
L. ry ,a crew of 2,500 officer and
and E-3..At the same time the I
Navy'disclosed that 85,865 en- men will arrive at its new;
listed personnel have been .max, I home port at Naval Auxiliary

promoted as result of Feb- I II I Air Station Mayport, early

ruary service-wide tests. } .next August.The .
Broken down, 5,467 went, up to u ,
Navy's No. 2 carrier in size
chief petty officer; 7,737 to first I
class; 18,161 to second class; and and power, the Roosevelt has

54,500 to third class. Last year I spent the last two years at Puget

2,484 EMs were advanced to chief Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton -
petty officer, 8,954 to first class;
Wash., undergoing completo
22,776 to second class; and 38,499to .T
third class.A s modernization enabling her to

YEAR AGO TilE service requirement 11 handle A-bombs and faster-than-

in pay grade E-2 of sound Jet planes. Now only 10-

enlisted personnel seeking ad- 000 tons lighter than the Forrestal -

vancement to pay grade E-3 was her flight deck is just 60 feet
reduced from six to three months.
Now qualified personnel can be- shorter than that Of the super-
come eligible for promotion to carriers. ;

pay grade E-3 upon completion of Among htr new features is

five months total active service, MAP AIR STRIKE FOR AF DAY NAS Jax will be "bombed and strafed" on Armed Forces the 481-foot angled flight deck
and to E-4 after 11 months total Day this Saturday by pilots of Carrier Air Group 17. Comdr. Quentin Crommelln, CAG-17 Com- which juts out boldly along the
service. mander (right), discusses highlights of the simulated attack with (left to right) Comdr. Robert port side from stern to
McConnell Jr., VA-172 skipper; Comdr. William Lallberte,\sk1pper of VF-171' ; Lcdr. Maurice Rishel,
The Bureau of Personnel, stat- executive officer of VA-175; and Comdr. Roy. Reed, skipper of VF-173. The air attack Is the featureof new hurricane, or enclosed,
ing that the change was made the air show which begins at 1400. bow gives the forward section a
because duty assignments "have trim, seaworthy appearance. She

often made. it difficult for en- Open House Saturday boasts three new steam catapults,
listed personnel to complete their increased oil and aviation fuel

practical factors", emphasized the capacity, the latest electronics
importance of personnel in pay equipment and tougher plane-

grade E-2 and E-3 becoming qua- Air Show Parade Headline handling gear.
lified for advancement to E-4
The FDR presently is testing
within the 11 months minimum ,,
I her new capacity in the Puget
total service.
I Sound area and will get underway -
MANY EMs WILL thus be able I
about mid-June for a 14,000
to attain a petty officers rate Armed Forces ProgramThe
Day mile cruise around Cape Horn to
even before their first year of
her new home port at NAAS'May.por -
service is completed, and may .
become second class'petty officers ,
before the end of their second Armed Forces Day theme "Power For Peace" will be amply demonstrated to the < > of

year. public Saturday during Open House at NAS Jd* in the afternoon and by a gigantic parade

to.downtown *x ,in the mornnig. \ Warm WeatherBrings

Center of Operl House activity
Wives Conduct will be around H ngar 113.Saturday's F3II Demon and an A3D Sky- hangar full of static displays; plus ChangeIn
warrior jet; a jato Assisted take- other attractions.
Opt House
1 pro-
Linen Drive gram is one of the nest arrangedhere off; a dog fight by ratio controlled Also, for the first time locally, Meal
in years, with "no dull moments models; a blimp t uch and -go the Navy will demonstrate refueling ServingThe
For NurseryA on the age da of events. landing; a landing effected by in flight. Two F9F Cougar
will Ground Control Approach jets will take on fuel in the air Mainside Mess Hall has
Gates be
Station-wide linen driveis open at 12 noon
underway to collect beddingfor with festivities las ng until 1700. (GCA), with all communications from an AJ tanker aircraft. changed the serving of the
piped over ; an ejec- TOO, FOR THE first time, the
the bunk room of the Naval The parade is sche uled for 1030. loud'spcpkers noonday and evening meals
tile tion seat demons/ration; and a Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2
Air! Station Nursery. TOPPING OFF Open House during the warm weather, with

Volunteer workers from the program is the "Air Show", a the heavy meal now served in

Navy*Wives Club and Officers power-packed serf s of events, 100 Volunteers Needed To the evening, and the light mealat
Wives Club will meet at 0900 highlighted by an air strike of the noon.

Friday, May 18, at the nurseryto base by' 34 jets I and attack Commissary officials pointedout
Aid F R Crew
conduct a pick-up in the bombers of Carrier Kir Group 17. Dependents"Now this change is in accordancewith
officers housing and enlisted Participating in trie simulated Provisions Supply Order
housing on the base. aerial attack on the!base will be Hefer This! Volunteers to meet the dependents train Notice 5000 of Nov. 23, 1955. It

Mattress covers, sheets, blan- Fighter Squadron 1172, Attack arriving nextf month from Bremerton, Wash:, please contact Mrs. was also pointed out that a
kets, any kind of bedding that Squadron 172, Fighter Squadron Clark W. J hnson, Officers Wives Club president, EV 8-9407; heavy meal at noon during tho
can be used will be greatly 173, and Attack Squ Iron 175. Mrs. Denny/P. Philips, Officers Wives Club vice-president, EV summer weather is not condu-
appreciated. THE PUBLIC is tti for some 8-9398; or Airs. Ruth Reese, Navy Wives Club president, EV sive to good work.

Personnel living in barrackson eye openers Saturda! Spectatorswill 8-0287, 1m ediatelyl" The price of meals sold by the

board the Station, who be able to see I such breath Only 20 volunteers listed their names during the past week, general mess to enlisted person-
have anything to contribute, taking demonstratio as a res- and at least TfW( are urgently needed. It is hoped they will keep nel drawing commuted rations
may leave their donations at cue of a dummy from!a burning the three/telephones active, starting at once. shall be as follows: breakfast
the nursery. aircraft; helicopter rescue demonstration ALTHOUGH MORE time to "think it over" has been provided 25 cents; dinner, 35 cents; and
. ; a near-sonic gass by an (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) supper or brunch, 45 emfe


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I Page! Two. JAX AIR NEWS & May 1956 IFtfcUahrf

VP JgVAH1. VA-172 Fasron 6 Report
VP-lff, VW-4, .

J11 xawiii4iis Scouting lax Area Squadrons; I

rmy Tkwiiajr for Nfery and Marine KtMltes at 'Mural Air

Stat1oll.. JKbcaIw'", Tlatld.NA& J........ VP-!. I. ing in from Olathe. Kansas were mand. Other new men include

Cfept. WTSJam &.'HarrisCandr. 0I nnMdtac: Ofltew This week VP-18 had its OIU Patrick Patterson, AN; and Lee Jerry W, Adrtan ATS, Arnold L.
Jclui K. Xjf ra .._ Cwcwtiw* OC&CM inspection for the :year 1956.I ScssonAN. De Trance. CS3, and Dilly Roberts
: Aw J..bee... I -
Rear Adm. Dtlbert S. Cornt .H.U.IL,.. Commander Planes and crews were checked .. '. AN.
Copt Richard. X. Grwaa ---.-. Chlet ot start in different phases of Anti Sub- e E
Fleet Air Wing marine 'and mining warfare. VP15All
Capt. Bwn F. McLeod -, CtatomnderOttet VAII1Participating
otndr. Richard Davit u Start Oflictr; PAW-11 conducted the inspection personnel of VP-16 will be

If rl Air 'Tartafcal TraMar CtatorGoaimaiM&vff and the'results. should be known glad to learn thai Clyde Waton, in the 105 Armed
Capt. JlMtry C D.L..s Offlm Forces Day Program VAIM will
Comdr. Edward\ahop iota ge Officer very shortly; AO2; is progressing satisfactorily:
NsTal llNplies4 in the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, to various points
The VP-I8 softball team Is done
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl QMmandlacOtfta.r for display One -will be
Capt. L. A. Newton > __ Kxecuttr OffletiNAJTTU i well Thejeam has won four Md.. Walton was injured fa an for to
Pensacolav static
Azores on April display, an
accident at Lajes
Comdr. Laurence F. StefTenbageii __ ,,.,.,,..... commu4n tg Offlor games, while losing none and at A3D and P2V will be sent
27 and was airlifted back to the to
the present time is tied for first Dobbins Air
The JAX AIR NEWS It weekly Naval Air States immediately. The Squadron Force Base, Atlanta,
published at the U. S. !Station.! place in the Intramural league.
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-pproprtated funds helped Mrs. Walton arrange Ga., for static display Saturday,
at w Mwmr to the government and In ccrapUa with NAVKXU8. F35w JU* The squadron is host to a visitor and
on Sunday will
rr... IMS. CotrfM are distributed free of ckonc* a* U+ Naval Air Stattoav U. from Norfolk. Ledr.; X. E for a flight to Maryland to see proceed to
".ft! Air Terhntcal TralBlnr Center, Ate wl the Chattanooga Xenix
Pavai R.tMn.TralD&a& UaO. for a
have Walton fly-
afoot to -
him. Plansare
U. $. Naval' Hoe ttat. D'auteuil from NARTU Norfolk
orer.Two A3Ds win be used here
Service Information Offlecr-Lt. T4 Morgan will be with the squadron for two transferred to the Hospital
Editor Aadmr H. Platy weeks: to observe new fleet procedures here at Jax as soon as practical at Jar, ,one In a fly: -over, ,and
Stan Reporter' -Jack SUlaaea, HI; Marta Tracrafl XH; Maary War*.. JOt: I the the other for static display.
"Prol"1IetIidlts; are pass-
TTk* JAX Aia NEWS to a >a. mh T eL tk* Ansel Tastes hey Service John,'Kokntas
AITS material appear i n- pubttcailm MT mat to mrtat4 wttlwa word around: the Squadron these retired as chief
the written permisatmi f Ff rees tress KrpvbucattMi .< a4ar for its after 2JL years service. Oo
matter, except by aervlrt puaUtatlona. to pie A et wt&avC ycnateatoA W vw-4 days as VP-18 prepares
rdrt.e JAX AIR.EttUartel .NEWS. forthcoming Operations Readiness ,4, at morning master he inspected -
Early Warning Squadron -
.met* located Mane AdaateflatnUM B JMlac834C. -. T. exte.atws A 'Trof"M" flight is and said farewells to' squad.
H* tad KM. Four welcomed aboard eleven
new hands this week. ,Reporting one in,which aQ phases of Patrol ron personnel. Also going to the
from U. .N.T.a Great Lakes, 111, Squadron tactics are practiced, Isomer,
were'Wilbur 'Thomas AA; Thom and we have been launching two YN1 of the Admin. office He is

A PROCLAMATION as' Kogler AA; Raymond Tires, crews day to perfect their tactical leaving; after 10 years service

AA; Edward' Stronati. AA; William proficiency before the inspection. Ensign Robert Johnson, and

WHEREAS the armed forces of the United States hare steadfastly Brooks AA; Robert Mehon, Barbara Burns of Boston, Mass,

served as champions of the security of Our country; and AA; reporting from UJS.N.T.C. A hearty "welcome aboard" to were married May 5, at the Sta-

WHEREAS: the members of the armed forces of the United Bainbridge Md Hugh Barnes 14(jg) Robert B. Conklin whojre- t CID,C1apel

States are now engaged< In tasks which demonstrate to the world AA;John Dixon,AA; and report- ported from the training com- James Gruber, PN3 and

our free way of life, our desire to maintain peace with the rest Marion Johnson were also married
of the world, and_Gur aspiration to insure national security: late a w tpt. on May 5. The former Miss

through better international understanding; and; Johnson is from Okonomawaak,

WHEREAS, in order to maintain an essential ready reserve of Wisconsin. '

trained military personnel, the armed forces of the United Statesare *

placing, added emphasis ,on a reserye-forces program; and 1rtx; VA172An

WHEREAS it is appropriate that the armed forces of this all hands party was enjoyedby

Nation dedicate a special day each :year to the demonstration squadron members at the Anchorage -

of their operations and capabilities; and last Friday -afternoon,

WHEREAS it is desirable that the people of the United States M, W aN n{ and two Softball games featuredthe

and of the world be appraised of our unified program of Power s.. .. C CL Cicy program of entertainment
for Peace; andWHEREAS The first one the Chief vs. the
enlisted men was won by the
it is appropriate that the armed forces invite the
CPOs, IS-6. however the second
public to visit on that day, so far as security requirements per- tilt
was different, The enlisted
mit, posts, camps stations, bases, vessels, armories: reserve
men walloped, the officers, 2212.
centers, and other facilities:
The squadron softball
NOW, THEREFORE, I, DWIGHT D.ELSENHOWER: Presidentof team defeated
the United States of America and Commander in Chief of the Fasron 6 by the score of

armed forces of the United States do hereby proclaim) Saturday 11-* last Wednesday" night behind

May 19,1956 as Armed Forces Day; and I direct-the Secretaryof the pitching of Jim Lee, who also

Defense and the Secretaries of the Army, the Navy and the was the winning'pitcher Thursday

Air Force as well as the Secretary of the Treasury on behalf night against Communica-

of the Coast Guard to mark that day with appropriate cere- tions, taking the contest 15-7.

monies, to arrange for demonstrations and displays at armed A no-hit game was won by the

forces installations to invite participation by representatives of squadron's softball team week

all religious faiths in such ceremonies in order that the inter- before last They defeated NAR

dependence of our security and the deep and abiding religious -- ---..- TU 1T-1. Jim Lee was again the

faith of Americans may be recognized, and to work hand in DESIGNED TO AID AEs Harold Martin AE1, instructor winning: pitcher, going: all the way

hand with civil authorities in arranging other supporting activi at kftovar FaetuLant distribution Detachment parallel Two operation, demonstrates of an alternating the kilowatt current and without giving'. up. any hits.

ties. generator, one phase of the detaciunet>s Course 510 o* alternating: *
1 also invite the Governors of the States, Territories and currant power systems. The training provides AE personnel with I Fasron
possessions of the United States to provide for the observance of nuay ., the answers to questions given In fleet-wide examinations Last Friday Fasron Six Supply
for advancement in rating.FaetuLant .
the day in such appropriate manner as will afford an opportunity division held an outing at Doc-

for the people of the United States to become better acquainted tors' Inlet. An enjoyable time was

with their armed forces. Aids AEs had by all those who attended.

And I call upon my fellow citizens not only to display the Smoked mullet and cold beer set

flag of the United States on Armed Forces Day in manifestationof For Exams the warm afternoon off just right.

their recognition of the sacrifice and devotion to duty of the Preparing John Couch, RM1, continued to

members of the armed forces, but also to avail themselves of make his home with the Navy as

the opportunity to further their knowledge of our defense posture Attention all Aviation Elec-. practical side of AC equipment. he proudly "shipped over" for six
and of the men and women who constitute our real national tricians I years.
strength, by attending and participating the local observances Were you included among those E-4 personnel and above are The Fasron Six linksmen won

of the day. who needed just: a ,little extra I eligible. The training covers a 7 points in intramural play dur-
know-how to- have added another"crow" review of AC bask principle,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and followed ky ing the week Chief Chaffin remaining
last month? a study of various
caused the Seal of the United States of America to'be affixed. AC the only undefeated
To aid men of the ,AE! rate in power systems in today's member..
DONE at the City of Washington this sixth day of March in their preparation for fleet-wide aircraft
Welcome aboard Box
to W. ,
the year of our Lord nineteen hundred Various
components of
FaetuLant the
exams, DetachmentTwo and G. L. Gothrie. Both men have
and fifty-six, and of the Independence of power system
., is offering a four weeks are covered priorto just finished boot at
(SEAL) the United States of America the one thorough training
in of
course alternating current the USN T C Bainbridge. Maryland.
hundred and eightieth. over-all
power systems. systems with the
em Chief Oliver has just returned
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER Known as Course 510* AC ,phasis placed on system anaylasis from a. four-day leave.
man .and quartermaster now Power Systems it is designed so and developing methods of determining Orders .have been received for
Restore that math is kept to a minimumin malfunctions. P. A. O.
Rating W.
being general ratings the Navy Anderson ALC;
will abolish the emergency ratings order that the trainee can Although the course can't pos- Gelwkks] ATC; and CWO L. Ii.

Of Signalman quartermaster Q and spend most of his time on the sibily know cover in only all an AE needs to Stone. Stone will go to VP-45,
After eight :years the Navy quartermaster s.. : and former students weeks instructors Anderson to VP-2S, and Gclwicks

has restored the rating: of signalman The re-establishment of the SAFETYBox that in view of the feel toVA-44.
signalman rating-which won't material LtSargent and ,LMjg) Boyer
lost in 1943 when it covered, it does include
was merged with the quarter be ready for some time yetis Score the AC material covered much in: of packed their bags on a few

master rating. 'expected to result in a QM ratirlg examinations. fleet minutes notice last Sunday morn

The acton was taken as a result split ot 55 per cent signal Disabling Injuries Through Quotas for the ing and kit to spent a few days
of long-term campaigningby men and 45 per cent quartermasters course may be at Grand Bahama Auxiliary Air
Tuesday May: 15 requested direct from
with the latter FaetuLant Force Base. They reported the
ex-signalmen and the per-
-00 This Month 0 Detachment Two. Further
favorable recommendation of forming the duties only of the This is found information i uniform of the day was bathing
Year 1 in CcmAirLantComdr.
the Permanent Board of Review emergency Q rate, and: signalmen Day Since Last Inst.. 154A1B. I suits and the water was fine.
of the Enlisted Bating performing the duties of > .
Lost-Time Accident 4t Eugene T. Allen '
oIftcerin.cha1ce Climate
Structure. With both signal the emergency S rate. is weather with a press)
of Detachment: Two. agent.r .




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17 May 1956 = JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

132 At Center Navy Volunteers

Pass CPO Exams;. Thanked For Aid

In Fire Fighting

100 Net Rates
Appreciation for the Navy's

assistance in fighting fires in
T1I'easix first class petty of-
the Osceola National Forest
Goers who took the February examinations -:
has been expressed: by L. S.Newcomb. .

M + at the Naval Air Tech-: : forest Supervisor
y I
3 pv yyf DJcal Training Center for chSrf:' for the Florida National For-

will be advanced May 1C to their; ests.A.

new rates; the Education and Information -: letter to the commandingofficer :

i Y Office announced.At ; : N.A S Jacksonville,

NATTCentcr first clan: readsOn
March 25 1956 had
: we
took the CPO exams and 112
one of the worst Ares in the
passed. Of this number, 100 will,
Osceola National Forest his-
be nted.
tory. We found it necessary to
3a The new Chiefs on May tat are: !
call on all available manpower -
J W. CaKtormi. AQC; P. M,
and as you know, several
Foster AQC; E. D. Ueichway,j hundred Navy men under your

AQC J. henry AQC;J.D.Ap- command were made available

ling. AEC; J. F. Bogdan, AEC;. for suppressing and moppingup

a G. W. Brantky. AEC; E.J. Byron, this fire.

AEC; F. R. Dipretore, AEC; A. J.
"I wish to express to you,
Ferranti AEC A. O. Kimble
; ,;
and to all of the men who participated -
AEC.L. .
in this fire fighting

'TINT TARS This smartly stepping group .f Cub Scouts with their drlllmasters are an from lazier, AEC; R. D. Merit, duty our sincere appreciationand
the Naval Air Station reek 111 and perform for civic and military groups In the Jacksonville area. AEC; T. C. Millar AEC; N. E. gratitude for the action

I gj giac fa ate from fight .. dcvesi years old, they are using equipment from AviatiM Ordnance Roberts, AEC; C. N. Stone, AEC;, taken to help us preserve andpavtect
man School at NATTCenter. Driliivff them are James JttcGhee, AO1. and Sgt. Bill Ox both .f AO C. N. Williams, AEC; E. D. hall, the resources of the

School. AKC; W. ManselJ AQC; D. D. national forests

BLOOD Slack, AQC;'IL 11 Smith, AQC; Capt William S.Harris,commandingofficerofNASJax

Reveal Qualifications ForEM's I D. A. Tarkington, AQC; JL E., ,

DONOUiM Vanbrunt, AQC; R. M. BrickaU)., has added his congratulationsand

GFC. appreciation to men of his

C. E. Insooe, GFC; M. A. Robertson command and to those of other -

Advanced Schooling GFC.Change commands based here, fortheir

exceptional voluntary efforts -

If you have a high 'school diploma, are under 25 and hold one In Employees' in this emefcencT.Recommend I

of the Navy's 17 most technical ratings: in addition to whichROU
0 & R Council No. G
can qualify as "outstanding"" the Navy wants to put you through
college. "' Attention is invited to the

change in the Overhaul and .Repair 364
That's the training
new pro from the Prep School group Employees' Council No. 6.

gram, known as the Navy En. would be lent to college this Jesse. C. Vance, who received{I For Exams In
listed Advanced School Program
year. Those not selected for college -. the next highest vote has Agreedto ,

employees joinedthe just announced. by the .Navy. will be sent to advanced serve the Council inasmuch as I
Thirty-four( E-4,5,6
.Blood Donor Honor Roll at Its purpose is to help enlistedmen Class B fleet school. Dudley G. Norman has been RatingsRecommendations

master the "ever-increasing: transferred to A division not un-
NAS Jax. Donating blood on j Complete details of the training for 3&4 NAS
complexity of technical equipment der the jurisdiction of Council No.
18 and : 2 to the Station's -
April May
program are listed in BuPcrs Instruction Jax personnel wishing to partici-
Blood Program were 19 em- in present day naval ships\ 6, therefore, is not eligible to, pate in servicewide
ployees from Overhaul and Repair and aircraft. Eligible far the 1956 1510.69. serve this Council. examinations competitive
for advancement in
Department 12 from Public' program are Regular Navy chiefs
rating next August have been
Works and throe from Supply Department and petty officers in the following
filed in the Education Office
rates: ET, AT, FT, AQ, GS,. FG. ,
Building 955.Although .
Blood donors included: ,
BT. EN AD, and AM. f: .";', the number is boundto
William Braswell,Anthony Bre-
I Bernard Evans Candidates must have at .-j change as personnel now
da, R C. Copeland aboard are transferred and others
Elizabeth least three years active naval 1r--
Quention Gibbs
report at NAS Jar, present
service, a a.o conduct record
Henderson, Brice Greene Ulysses figures indicate that 128 will
Clara and a U average in proficiency
Mathis Billy MoClendon
ty4 compete for pay grade E-6 on
Newton Adrian Owens James in rate as a petty officer la addition -
August 28. The examinations 'WillOOVt"l'
Pearson., Emmett Rachles, Clar-: to previously mentioned all ratings in these pay
ence Roberts, John Seegars, Cur- requirements. They must also
grades of
the PI
r exception
tis Sewell, Francis Silver, John obligate themselves for six aa7Peiaaw. "
(printer) and AL (aviation elec-
Urban, and Norman Vertigan all yeah service as of Jmly. 1, ortaro
tronicsman) which have been
years .r active duty for
of Overhaul and Repair. t
combined with other
each .f ratings.
year college
Harold Hampton Freddie Jacobs -

Jr., Guy Williamson, Paul Following the first two years oj' Jft1 ADVANCEMENT in many ratings .

Googe Sr,Lewis Cheatham, Thomas college training they must return is said to be highly compe-

Campbell Helen mine, Jennifer to active sea service for four z' titive. Both Regular Navy personnel

Cerni!, Ferris Albertie, John' years. At the end of this period 1 and Naval Reserve personnel

Dunn, Martin Manley, and James if still qualified they may apply in training and administrative

Clark, of Public Works. for the final two years of college billets with TAR will participate -

Also William Blair, Jerome Co- education. Applications must be ,. in the exams which will

wart, and Harold Mcisch, of Sup I filed in the Bureau of Naval Per- be utilized for promotions and
'' change in ratings, or a combination
ply Department. sonnel by June 11, and those surviving
of both._
a screening test will be '

sent to Naval Preparatory Schoolat nnn nm ..,..,.... _, M. ---'---- SN's attached to a command

22 Of 43 Win Bainbridge, :Maryland for three[ CATIIOUC CHAPLAIN having an allowance for Hi's

weeks additional instruction. Lt BoreczkyNew Seated in the chaplain's study (photographer's mate) may take

CPO Rating The Navy said about 58 men I: St. Edward's Chapel, Lt. J. V. the PHS exam if they are in all
Borcctky ponders over the
other respects qualified
I At Station I : CatholicChaplain work schedule Indicating his
Exchange EmployeesGet duties assumed on the depar It should also be noted that
Although 110 first class ture this week of Capt. Herbert the Civil Aeronautics Administration
petty officers of NAS Jacksonville 5-Year Pins McNally, formerly senfor chap-
took the February exami- Five-year pins at the Naval Air I lain. Assisting him Is Patricia Certificate requirement for
Ostrowski SN advancement in all grades in
nations for chief petty officer, Technical Training Center Exchange Lt.Jg) J. V. Boreczky assumes yeoman. the Air Controlman pay rating is

only 12 of the 43 who_passedthe were awarded to 12 employees duty as chaplain of Edward's. Chicago, where he remained six waived for air controlman not

examinations will be rated, by Capt. Henry C. De- Catholic Church this week, following years. He was then given the responsibility actually .
assigned to control tower
Education and Information Long Commanding Officer: of the I the departure of Capt. of establishing a duties. Furthermore
the steno-
Office has announced. Center. Herbert McNally who reports colored mission in that city, the ,
graphic performance tests
Edwin Atkins, CSCA, and Receiving pins were Eva Ben to the Naval Hospital, Corona Holy] Name of Mary Mission. longer waived and candidates are no

Joseph Merritt, AOCA,will be" nett Hazel Cahf. During his last year 'with the.
Butts Mamie Fussell, must meet dictation speed in the
promoted as of May 18. The Seward Gilmore Bernice Hagen, Father Boreczky was born in mission he was appointed by Car- number of words. minute and

other ten will be promoted as Jaanita McAdoo William Mc- Chicago, III, where he atttended dinal Stritch to apply for military transcription time per

follows: Donald Morris, ACCA, Comb Leonard Catholic Grade School and Quigley service, with the result that he as prescribed
Miller. Eula i NavPers 18068 (Rev. 8 52.)
and William Heagley, AGCA, Preparatory Seminary As a was called to report to the Navyat >
Moody! Henry Quckel, Cave Rob
July 16; William Davis, SHCA, inson and Phil Smith. child he was determined: to enter Norfolk on Dec 18, 1955. Afteran HOWEVER, ALL methods of

and George Farr, RMCA November the priesthood, and after"cndu- indoctrination course at Newport I taking dictation {including steno-

16; and Harold BeJhof- tulka,ACCA, January 16, 1957. ating from-the Seminary he wentto R. I, Father Boreczky was mask) are acceptable.

fer, TECA; Albert' Holman, S. ? Of the' 43 who passed their I St Mary of the Lake, in Mun- ordered to NAS Jacksonville. All candidates must completethe

OCA; Henry Robinson,. SKCA; examinations, 21 were not : delien, 111.Ordained. Interestingly enough his' brother applicable mandatory Navy

Harold Staats, PRCA; Alton rated since there sere no billets in May, IBIS, he was entered the Marine Corps Training Courses for the new

Kelly, AGCA, and Donald Pis- open. sent to Si Wenceslaus Parish about the same time. rates.I .



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4 "And a good time was had by

all," expresses the general feelingof
(Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor
all Waves, Lady Marines, Navy
aU Navy libraries in the area.)
\ men and Marines who attendedthe
a Armed Forces Day: That is
y ,C iEA v
Waves picnic held at the
every day to most of our readers!
Skeet Club last Saturday. The
.t. Your patriotism, not an occasional -
event was one of the best ever 1. k
I flush of appreciation for the
\ hostessed by the servicewomen.
United States you serve, is a
is r' -' r 'Zaa.,Ot o v'tivt r" ,, i daily dedication to an idea! It is
Beach weather Is here for the b
fine to have a day set aside for
season! This can be easily hx
proven honor
special but we like to realize -
by taking a glance at all the lob- ;
that the spirit which promotes
ster-tinted faces Wave
wearing your devotion is held in the printed *
uniforms Some of the gals who : J
started that summer tan in Feb- L" i....''..,.y _. ._;M'QaiSS)tq T_ 3? __W Mtsy W''':AV'w-'xMn.Ir7Q1J, MHVr-.N W'A"U d'a1J..M, ss. m'v}!::xa..........m.o< _t. ..\. 'h.. MaS.x word and in the traditions
ruary and,March have acquired a MARINE CORPS PROMOTION Forming the letter "M", are 29 of the 4:, Marines of the which have made this day a
real Florida color. But the major- Marine Barracks who were promoted to non-com ratings as a result of recent exams. Twentyfivewere source of pride to you.
ity of the girls-in-blue who wait- advanced to corporal, sergeant and staff sergeant on May 1, while the other 18 were rated Room To Swing A Cat: Storiesof

ed until the warm days arrived,, May 16.Armed. the "Old Navy" some to

are presently paying for their chill the spine, some to thrill the

mistake with sore legs and backs Service Power Grows Marines' Trying soul and some to cause a laugh.
added to blistered shoulders. A Decisive Battles Of The USA:

word of advice to newcomers: New UniformThe A British soldier and military

"That ol' man sun Is hot!" For With New Ships PlanesIn writer (author of Decisive BattlesOf
best results acquire your tan slow traditionally sharp Ma- The World) has written an ab-

and easy. You can't do it all in the 12 months since last Armed Forces Day, the services rine Corps will be even sharperif sorbing account of every decisive

one weekend. If you try, days of. have gone ahead developing new weapons and modifying long- plans to combine style and battle in our history from the

misery are guaranteed to follow, standing battle concepts to keep this country prepared for the long new materials win a favorable Revolution to the outbreak of
pull of either a hot or cold war. I response in a test-wear trial of World War II. With succinct data

Saturday, May 19 marks the I This was the year the Navy Introduced uniform changesduring the of the intervening periods, the
seventh year that the United the USS Forrestal, a planes are being armed with air- summer.In book gives an excellent, compre-

States has set aside a special day new type of aircraft carrier-the< to.air guided missiles like the store for Fiscal 1958, whenit hensive military history of the

to give credit and honor to all world's largest. This high-speed Falcon. would go into production, is U.S.A.

men and women in the armed ser mobile airbase could carry 100 Already developed and deployed : a new dress blue uniform made History Of The United States

vices. Station Waves can stand planes a distance of up to 1,000 were the Army's surface-to- of gabardine material. Also to Marine Corps: From the Conti-
proudly beside their shipmates in miles in 24 hours. Five more in surface Corporal and Honest John be test-worn are the new syn- nental Marines through all the

the Air Force, Coast Guard, Ma- this class were on the way. rockets. Nike, first operational thetic stretch-type socks whichfit glorious and the gory history ofa

rines, and Army on Armed Forces The Navy allocated funds for surface-to-air guided missile, was any size foot, and a new proud Corps read it and
Day. Each one is contributing In construction of the first nuclear- on site protecting vital defense raincoat made of nylon or vi- you'll know why they
are justly
,some way toward the peace of powered surface ship-a missile areas in the U. S. The Army'snew nylplastic material.No proud of a truly heroic contribution -
this nation and the world. Wear firing cruiser. The service' also intermediate range guided. date has been set for introduction to the history that has madeus

your uniform with pride this Sat- announced plans for six more missile, Redstone, was undergoing of the ,new socks the
power we are today.
urday. atom-powered submarines to join extensive/tests at Redstone Arse- and plastic raincoat.
Preble's Boys: Commodore
nal Ala.
the Nautilus, already on duty. ,
Wave of the week Pat Os- The Navy Preble's "boys" were the great
MEANWHILE, TilE Air Force was building a guided Correction in a small-town
trowski who was selected froma was rapidly replacing the B-36 missile family Including sur; paper: We reported incorrectlythat men of the developing period of

field of all Catholic women on with the B-52 heavy bomber, face-to-surface Regulus, the Mr. Ed Smith is a Defectivein the Navy. Their training, their
the Station to crown the Blessed which Chief of Staff Gen. NathanF. to-air Sparrow, the the Police Force. Mr. Smith is exploits and the personalities of

Mother in a May procession and Twining called the best bomber missile Terrier and an air-I really a Detective in the Police the men are blended to make an
ceremony held in St. Edward's in the world. underwater missile. Farce exciting story which covers the

Chapel Sunday afternoon. Pat is The Army, convinced that, in ,,., span from the War of 1812 to the
yeoman at the Chaplain's office the final analysis, It is the man :.', :' ," .;:'. : :'.'':'':. Civil War.Gallant .
.' .
who takes the ground who :" Captain: A new novel
tr ,... .
When the Crackerjax finally holds the key to winning: a : ,' ".v:''> ", by the author of Game For Em-
play a girl's team In a softball' war, was adding increased mobility ..': :::' "'::::',.' .:'. .. pires. This one is based on the

event there will be more than a .to its fighting power. romantic, the splendid and the
few surprised personnel around TilE MARINE CORPS further J>oj, tragic life of John Paul Jones.

the Station. Having a bit of tough developed its new techniques of Soldier: We've had many auto-

luck in scheduling'games around "vertical assault," using planes \ biographies recently written by

Jacksonville, it seems Lady Luck and helicopters to establish a men in all the Services. This is

isn't finding the Wave squad any beachhead. The Corps adopted anew "'\\,\>,.' one of the latest and is General

worthy opponents except the de- antitank weapon, "The ,,':' Ridgway's story of his experiences -
partmental' teams from Mainside Thing," which was equipped with .>A'::: \ '" in the war.Supersonic .
and NATTCenter entered in intramural illustrations
six 106-mm recoilless rifles. Aircraft: Many
league play. .Guided missiles continued to and concise text to
Women may be the weaker sex, get top attention from the serv- S kQ : t give an idea of what craft are
so it's said, but the girlsinbluehave used by the heroes of today and
turned in some worthwhile ices.The Air Force announced it tomorrow!

performances against male oppo- was developing two types of in- .,;' American Military Policy: The
sition, defeating Aviation Ord- tercontinental ballistic missiles i" story of its development since

nance School from NATTCenter, Atlas and Titan-and one of me- ,, 1775 is written with not only the
5-3 and losing out to the Naval ,, .
dium range-Thor. : "::' penetration to make it good read-
Hospital, 129.Added THE SERVICE CONTINUEDto '<:::.'...",',;, .; ing for the military student, but
"' "":" _--_ mmo_-__ ._.,_""""...".,,">.ao..wexsatw.0fapf
make progress in developmentof also with the style which inter-
The first Beneficial
Authority strategic, tactical and air defense check awarded at NAAS Mayport is presented to employee Suggestion Helen ests the average reader.U. .
missiles. Matador squadrons Duffy by Comdr. G. J. Frauenheim, commanding officer of the S. Marine Corps: We use
operate with the U. S. Air Forcesin base. Duffy received $45 for her work in designing a maintenance that entry to remind you of the

Given To Navy'sSupply Europe. Supersonic.interceptor cost control, plus which elimination posts of Information possible errors.dally and cuts time in preparing volumes being received Intermit-

tently which cover the history of
ClerksSupply World War II action. Many illus

clerks (ex-pay clerks) A Good Serviceman Can Explain New trations! .

may now be assigned to inde- Mullen Honor StudentAt

pendent accountability duty, for involving government direct Code Of Conduct To AF Day Visitorsbasic Ordnance School

William Mullen, AOAN, of Al-
funds and property. Servicemen will be meeting To intelligently discuss the
philosophy when he said lentown, Penn., was the honor
Acting on a recent, ruling of :
many friends and neighborson Code of Conduct three points
Advocate "I regret that I student in last week's' graduatingclass
Gen- have
the Navy's Judge but one
Armed Forces Day, May 19. should be stressed: from
eral in interpreting the Warrant The visitors will come from 1. The code is a restatementof life to lose for my country." School Aviation Ordnanceman Air

Office Act of 1954, Albert Pratt, far and near. They will expectto basic principles which have Generations later, at Bastog- Technical, Class Training A at the Center.Naval

Assistant Navy Secretary for Per- be shown what's new and guided patriotic Americans ne, Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe Mullen in
who joined the Navy
sonnel and Reserve Forces, authorized hear the latest news of the since"the Revolution. displayed the same spirit when August to
1955 ordered
has been
chiefs the Bureausof
the armed forces. 2. The code is for ALL members he replied to the enemy's demand Point
Mugu, California, for duty.
Naval Personnel and Suppliesand ON ARMED FORCES Day a of the armed forces, not for surrender with the .
Accounts to put the new pol- good serviceman will be surehe's just for POWs one word: "Nuts!I" ATTENTION! _
icy into effect on a selective ba- to explain the 3. The code should be
equipped a part So when you're talking to How's your esprit de
0is. new Code of Conduct and of the thinking of every Ame- your Armed Forces Day friends corps? If it's any good at
of clerks already -
number .
A thereby help develop a better rican. remember the all
story of the new you will want to wear
have been assigned to independent public understanding 0 f its NATHAN HALE, Revolu- Code of Conduct. It needs to your uniform on liberty dur-

duties, and more are meaning. tionary hero, expressed the be told. (AFPS) ing Armed Forces Day, Saturday -
expected to get it by summer.
May 19.


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I ] AF Day Visitors Can Send Messages Via Ham Radio I

The radio waves over NAS Jaxwlll I IL }

be humming Saturday as visitors : ; '
Armed Forces '
I to the Day ,, 'zNOTE
i Open House file messages for dispatch "
n" C)47>: vy
/ to friends and relatives at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Newfoundland :;;:< :.:" On Saturday, May 19, from 1300 f.t
: ; and Alaska. :: until 1600, or until the shrimpruns
out, the CPO Club will feature
W4NEK, NAS Amateur Radio a boiled shrimp plate which w -.t S

Club, will handle the messages i i will be served pn the patio in s'
I from a booth set up in the Naval ; buffet style.

Air Reserve Training Unit, Han-
The price of the shrimp plate is
113. Dale Denning, chief war-
gar only 75 cents for the adults, and
,rant officer, who is president of
50 for
cents the children.
the "hams", said that all incoming .
(traffic will be received at the Y The warm beautiful weather

'booth and in turn dispatched viaa drew almost 1000 adults and I

single side band voice control on children to the CPO Club and

20 meters to the club's regular pool on Mothers' Day. The perma-

shack newly located in Building nent wave was won by Mrs. Mar-

726. gie Greer, wife of Travis Greer, t #
ADC, of VF-171. '
Denning: .emphasized that no v ;A, i M.
Patrons are reminded that the
messages will be accepted for ;
transmision to points in Floridanor club features bingo every Friday

for European or Far East evening commencing at 2000 and
many fine prizes are awarded the
there is ban
points as a over overseas
traffic in Japan, China, For- lucky players.For .
the information of all
mosa, Germany, Russia and Nor- .
gible'E-7s, the bottle and package .
way. READY FOR ARMED FORCES DAY Making sure that all -
To expedite the handling of equipment is In A-l working condition are these two members of goods room is open daily Monday NEW MISSION, NEW PLANE
W4NEK, NAS Jacksonville's amateur radio station, Dave ,II aden, through Saturday from 1100 until Lcdr. Theron Taylor, skipperof
outgoing messages, about a dozen civilian employee (seated) and.Dale Denning, CWO, club president 1900. VA-44, Is all smiles as he
operators will work .in shifts at A heavy volume of traffic is anticipated during the Open prepares to make the squadron
the radio shack and the W4NEK House program at NAS Jax: on Armed Forces'Day, Saturday I first flight In one of its

booth using a pattern by which cedures. Okay Cabin Class new equipped F9F-8 with Cougars.F2II-2 Banshees Formerly,

the messages are assigned num- At least two operators will be Thousands Fail the new change In aircraft
bers of from 1 to 71. This plan, on duty continuously throughoutthe Passage For EM came about due to the squad--
ron's recent change In designation .
he said, will ease the work load -
Open House, utilizing $3,000 For
To Apply and mission from fighter
and step the dispatching
up pro-
worth of new equipment supple- DependentsCabin to attack.

menting that already on hand in Service Medals
I the radio shack. Based on last class passage has been NineMonthMath

year's Armed Forces Day traffic Thousands of members of approved for enlisted men of all

records, it is expected that not the armed forces and veterans services traveling overseas with

less than 300 messages will be dispatched have not applied for service dependents starting July 1; Course

over W4NEK's facilities medals to which they are en-
Under in
a new policy, men
SALTY HUMOR FROM Saturday.In titled, according to the Defense Available
grades E-7, E-6, and E-5, and ,
addition to Denning the Department. those E-4s with
HERE AND THEREPapa more than four Military and civilian personnel)
club's officers are Dave Haden, Servicemen should request years' service, will be given cabin are invited to attend a nine-

glared sternly across the vice-president; Lt. Marty DandIer decorations earned through local class accommodations with their months college level course in

table at his young hopeful. secretary-treasurer; and command channels. Navy dependents on MSTS vessels, according mathematics two evenings a weekin
"Another bite like that and Frank Schacklctt, GFC, activities veterans may apply for med to a Department of the
Jacksonville in
you'll leave the table." The lad hianager. als by letter, giving present ad- Army message.In Sep
looked up and grinned. "Another dress and serial number, to I
bite like that and I'll be finished." Chief of Naval Personnel, addition, servicemen in these The three-part course will include -

With The.Toastmasters. Navy Department, Washington grades traveling without their three months of college
25 D. C. Marine families, and those in lower three months
; veterans may algebra, trigonometry -
Girl "Do know
: what
you they
apply by letter to Commandant grades with dependents, may and three months analytical
are saying about me? have cabin accommodations a.
of the Marine Corps, on geometry. A professional instructor -
Sailor "Sure that's I
: why available basis.
Washington 25, D. C. space will conduct the course.
came over. Jax Navy Toastmasters Club
Concurrent travel, with prior
No. 546 is contributing extensively Classes will be held at Central
Boatswain's Lt. Col. Teller New approval of overseas comman- Grammar School Church and
Wife: "How did to the success of Armed Forces ,
you break your husband of stay Day, celebrated this Saturday, Skipper Of MARTD ders, is now authorized t'most< Liberty Streets. Cost of the courseis
ing out 'nights?" May 19. About 25 members of areas for servicemen with fami- estimated to be less than $6.00
Lt. Col. Robert Teller has suc- lies.
Corpsman's Wife: "When he the club have addressed Jackson per person.
ceeded Lt. Co!. R. H. Pierce as
came in last week I called out, "Is ville civic clubs on the subject commanding officer of the Marine Joint return to the U. S. has Personnel interested can contact

that you. Jack?". and extended invitations to at- Air Reserve Training Detachmentat ,been, an established practice for Mrs. Schmidt, of NATTCenterI

Boatswain's Wife: "Well?" tend Open House at NAS Jax. NAS Jax. some time.However. & E, extension 8388 before June ..

band's Corpsman's Wife": "My hus- Meanwhile, those enrolled in Prior to arriving in Jax, Colonel in the past, EM fre- 15 to allow time for schedulingand
name is Joe.
the special training course spon- Teller was serving with the First quently have been required to procurement of texts.
sored by the Toastmasters are Marine Air Wing in the Far East. travel in troop compartments on 4 .

Chief: "I won't begin today's getting sound tips on how to Colonel Pierce has been trans- the same ship carrying their A wife is your idea of a woman

down.lecture" until the room settles make a speech. ferred to Camp LeJeune, N. C. wives and children cabin class. who has made a brilliant mar-

for further duty. (AFPS) riage.
Voice (from rear): "Why don't The second session Of "Speech-

you go home and sleep it off, old craft", title of the course, will be '" '.. ''' 'f'
man" held tonight at the Officers Club :

under the direction of Ltjg( ) [

Just after Jake was admitted to Ivan Park, chairman. Based on ,i
the "What to Talk About", the panel' (
he heard a knock on h. 'ffi'y
of speakers includes First Lt.
the door of his room and called '
out Dick Agnew whose subject is 'I
for whoever it was to come .
"Talk About What You Know" '
in. In ; t RL
came a snappy little woman,
Lt. Dean Thomas whose subjectis
"I'm ;
your doctor, she said. "Take
off your clothes, please." "Gathering Speech Material"; j
Ltjg) Ivan Park whose subjectis : ( ,
Jake asked if she meant all of ,
them and "Current Events"; and Ltjg( )
that was exactly -
what Matthew Kurlich, whose subjectis C"'k h 441P' \ /
she meant. So he took .
"How to Make a Craft Talk." \.
off; she examined him, nose, ,
throat, chest, stomach, thighs, First Lt. Tim Morrow will act
feet. When she finished she an- as toastmaster for this meeting.

nounced, "You may get into bed. Regular speakers will be Ltjg( ) M m 7 S
Do have Jones and Lt. Bert Udovin :
you any questions? Casey :L1
"Just one," said Jake. "Why did I with Ltjg( ) John Malkewitz

you knock?" handling table topics. P
Five new members will be installed 4

To new tenant: "You know we during the meeting, including -

keep it very quiet and orderly Capt. Louis Sartor Lt.

here. Do you have children?" Colonel Robert Teller; Ens. Dick -

"No." de Lima; Ens. James Peil; and -..---- ------- ,. --wn'--.... =
"A piano" radio or victrola?" Ens. Pete Dow. TESTING, TESTING, TEST -.As classroom grades are run off on .tabulating machine, a speci-
"No. ally-trained group of Navy and Marine Corps personnel study the military's methods of grading: and
"Do you have a dog, cat or par- Chief: "Why don't you laugh testing exams at NATTCenter Jax. The group with their Instructors are (left to right) Stanley Rea,
rot?" when the Chief tells a joke?" civilian instructor Franklin Guenther AE1; Clifford Mowbray, AEC George Pharr, Instructor;
Olan Drintle, RMdt; M/Sgt. E. V. Nichols' John Potfay AEC Frederick
Capt. Sternkopf; T/Sgt. Ann
"No, but tain Seaman "I don't have to. I'm
four :
my pen Marie Kopp; and William Duncan, civilian Instructor. Training Facilities at NATT enter liars
scratches a little sometimes." being transferred tomorrow" courses in Instructor and supervisor training as well as a course In testing.t17 .



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I With Station BowlersDown k Fliers Host

*TJie Alley Robins AfB

'With the NATTCenter bowling: "B
This week the NATIONAL Robins AFB Invades Mason
league -winding up "ream i iour
Naval Air Weapons System 'VA.:172: BB w69 15 .81JVG62 .: ; : .Field tomorrow afternoon in
sa n .TrI ;
Sdhool !number: one team emergedas "F.uron Ii2 18 ...1'lSCmnmuntcatlon.'M the first 4f a two-game aeries
xjhamplon in theeatest -IS 1.'i.3.1.110 .'6l5'VA. : with the improving> JAX .Navy:

league runaway in live years. 'VAH..J, n 3.1 .. Fliers.
VF.l2 12 II ..325vA4.72II8
The Missttemen,with Tom Bar- 31 53 ..J69VW" The Fliers 'returned home late
23_. 47 .363'VPIs + yesterday :from a road trip to
ger i 190 average lost only live :' ,547F.4x ,
games out of: thelt)4) played. Airman : 'V 8 26 ::57 50 ZVF77 .0 Savannah. Gay where they faced
Preparatory School, winner $ 19 n .113 F Hunter ATB' in a pair of clashes "

of the last tiiree league titles, S 4 Tuesday and Wednesday. Scoresof

finished an;j8econdpl* ce. I The Turner Memorial Bowling both games were unavailable

Two hundred scorers last week! LeAgne began play last Thursday r at Jax .Air News presstlme.
evening after the formality r S As of late, the local club has
213 Francis
included Barger, ;
electing\ officers was concluded I showed some decided improvement
Greenwood ..&;NP-2.. 213; IfesGraupman
and two clubs immediately vent' particularly In the pitching
NAWS-3, 200; Karl I
to the top of the pack with 3-4, I department where the counterbalance
Booth ANP-L, 201; Don Xirkner,
win. j i of strikeouts and bases on
NAWS, 217. ,
... I The Alley Cats end another balls has taken a swing in theFliers'
Laverne Larson, AK2Q9; Dick
crew designated: temporarily asHo I favor..
201 224 Jim
AJpaugh, AGO ;
Name tfl grabbed Shutout COACH FRANK McCAFPVIUJTT5
Saucrs. NAWS-2, 224; Dick New-:
mound staff 'si11 faces a
wins from the Scampers and luckless -
land SS 202.TV BY A MILE: Irftflelder Alex MericMky oT Fort wildness problem but things
No lame 12,and three other* are
AM: ftVAlTJ&TIf Beaming, Ga. Is heading straight for ertinctiea at home plate In
TMkm W L l1.. AC.NAWS1 matches were decided by 2-1 this Irnrth iaainff: jflay la Friday hasriull boot jgtwoa fee starting to look brighter as evi-
99 1.33 S .JOK3:S52 .7AO 47AXIM scores. Aitny team *m4 the lax fliers. Backstop Ben e Slater CHI look deuced by the two interesting
*>4 44 .9a 765 Prior lo circuit play Mrs. Lou the throw from third, tarred MerVosfty and completed a shortstop Barnes with Fort Bearing last
AK 61 47 38 761 to-thlrd4o-h double play wkich: let the fliers escape bases- weekend at Mason Field.
N A WS.3 SH 46 XW "742 Nowotny was elected president loaded, vae-ut sitaatl: n. lax w.a the fray, 9S.Fasron .
SS NAWS-2 39 49, 39 Cl .497.4r 4 723 734; of the league, BrIt Ofiterhage was Jax Navy took the first con-
AOO ..5 59 .433 'V.a4. chosen vice president, Mrs. C.'S.: test; $.5, with righthander Bob
ANrJ 17 79 ,177 677 Taylor gaining the win although
iivimini'At t;fT.&TlSII'I Joy became secretary, and Lou
Ind. HI came &ouera MAWS 248 Nowotny was elected treasurer. he was retired :in the eighth in
Ind. 111 et Bnr et: NA1 'S-1 WIn
I favor of
*. HI ve. Barger NAAVS-l 11110 ; G. L Finley topped the men newcomer Red Mingle
Team HI game NAWSJ 9K5 : with a high game of 219. who hurled the last two frames.
Team HI ent NAWS-1 2748
Team 111 ae. NAWS1 847 'TeRm W3 L Pot. Taylor allowed -only five' of the
e Alley Cats '0 1.000No
Name-No. 1 3 0 1.000 visitors' seven hits, struck out
A NATTCenler sweepstakes Alley Gatora :2 1 .667 sfi'w two men and walked five; Mingle
i667GGetters 1d
Howlers 1
handicap bowling tournament i 1 If4t7 $ gave up' two safeties and failedto
will be held tonight (Thursday) Slow Strikers Yokes :7 1 I ::2 2 .133.':'1.1.1 x4 a, score in either the walk or

at the NATTCenter alleys beginn- F.cemperi 0 3 :;333 000 strikeout departments.

ing at 1900. No Name No. 2 0 .3 X000e THIRD BASEMAN Mike Za-
4 e S nardi! of the ,
VP-18 Share Bennings was the
One more team is needed for I Bill Botthof was elected president worst thorn in the side of the

the NATTCentcr mixed doubles of the newly formed NATT locals' mound corps, tagging each

league starting next week. Any- Center mixed doubles bowling pitcher for a home run and drive

one interested should contact league which will open after May Mainside Circuit LeadFasron ing in four of the losers five tal

CWO Nelson Bottorff at ext- 220. 15 with 18 teams entered. Chosen, : lies. His first round-tripper came

Seventeen couples have signed secretary at the organization I in the opening stanza and booted
109 and VP-18 staked out identical claims on first place
already. meeting was Jim Sauers. Both' Benninc into a 3-0 lead; his last
on the Mainside Softball League this week as the weatherman finally
are from Naval Air Weapons System four-bagger was wasted on empty
lifted his ban on circuit play.
While idle ComFairJax waited .
School. sacks in the ninth.Jacksonville .
like a hungry cat to pounce on the Both the Service Squadron and more wins and stayed! in the undefeated produced two runs

American division title in the The NAS 0 &; R league:; officially the Patrolmen had perfect i-O) column striking first to in the first, one in the fourth, two
Mainside League this week, "the records of Monday as the first ,
winds up its year's Activities down VAH-1 13-6 and then the fifth to go ahead 5-3, and
race in the National division was this Saturday evening with a quarter of the reason vnded.'asrtm sacked it in the eighth with four
as wide open as a Nevada gam- banquet and trophy presentation 109 upped its record from knocking vff VF-171 in a wild scores.

bling town. ceremony at the Seminole Hotel.,, last week's ,..0 with victories over I one, 1511. Pitcher Frank Op' czewskl Saturday's battle was the betterof

VC-62 practically turned the The circuit wound up its long O & R and ComFairJax, while cot the credit for both the two, with the Army club

flag chase inside out in National 30-week with the Accessoriesteam VP-18 picked up a trio of wins games, although he was tagged taking it in the 11th inning witha

action, by defeating leagueleading edging out Assembly in a from VA-175, Hospital and Fas for 12 Singles in the VF-171 clashT I trio of runs, 75. The Fliers, be-
VA-172's Bluebolts earlyin close race for the championship.' ron 6.VC62. hind 7-4 as the bottom of the 11th

the week. The same"night_saw Saturday's dinner is slated to and the Marines stayed Personnel' appeared to be on its opened, tried gamely to tie it up

hard-charging Fasron 6 shutout ,begin at 1900. right:: behind the frontrunnerswith way to its first decision of the, again and managed one score before

the other half of the VA-172 entry five wins and no losses and]' year, but VA-44 overcame an the side was retired.

the Hotshots, to climb into a both 'teams had a chance to tie'I early 7-1 deficit and went on to Lefty Jim Boroff started on the

second place tie with VC-62. up the leaders by winning games I win 127. Mel Gamache was the hill for Jacksonville pitchedhis

The embattled Bluebolts man- Mondayevening.. winning hurler and Arlie 'Richards best game of the season before

aged to hold on to first by SOME GOOD GAINS in the the loser. being relieved by Frank

blanking Communications, 4-0, ina standings were registered by One of the week's best hurling Jankunis in the eighth with one

makeup match, but with four several lower division clubs; perhaps efforts was racked up by Bill away Jankunis was rapped for
matches remaining for each of the the most notable jump was Goodson of VC-62 who allowed five of) the ArmY'10 hits in the

three clubs the outcome should be made by VA-172 who moved from only two Communications' hits in final 2-2/3 innings and was the

very close. 16th into a tie for 8th with two an 11-5 triumph for the Com loser.

The highlight of the week in victories which brought its record posite Squadron. Gary Page, John Jank Padgett, Benning shortstop

either division was, of course, the to 3-2 for the season. Fields and John Horan each. came on in the tenth to fire

VC-62-vs. VA-172 match which VF-173 also moved up several blasted three hits for the winners. for the visitors and gained the

saw three CompRon keglers break notches into 17th with two wins Standings as of Monday (A.M.),, win. He allowed 'only two hits

over 500 and two other team and a single loss; the Fighter May 14: and struck out four men.
members hit in the 490's. John Flier-Benning: line scores:
Squadron knocked off VA-45,12- Team W. L .Pct.Fasron ,
Osmond rolled a $21, Jim Bolin f 2,-and BOQ, 8-2, before losing>> to .109 6 4) 1.000 Ft. Benning JOO 001 OOl1 8

hit $36 with a 210 game and Earl VW-4, 73. VP-18 i 0 1.000 McGroarty and Matthews
and Fliers 200 120 OU -9 ft .4
Blackstock posted a 510 :set
IN WINNING OVER VF-J7S, Marines 5 0 1.000
winners. Taylor Mingle) and Slater
to lead the
205 game VC-62 5 0
VW-4 brought its slate to foOl for
FL ..Ben.000()( 012 03-1 10 3
Herb Sargent of Fasron 6 held the ,season good enough for sixth 5 1 ,833VW4
high set.honors for the week by place. Ron Clark hurled a four 4 1 .800 Barnard, PadgettlO( ) it Matthews
Fliers CIO ::201 000 01-5 1 2
rolling a 557 Down the Alley. His hitter and was the winning pit- A.175 4 2 .ii67
teammate, Palmer Starnes, scoreda cher, while his mates were collecting Operations 3 2 .600 Boroff Janlam s(8)) and SlaterSPORTS

497 in the same match with the six safeties off Homer Pritch- VA-I72 3"2 .tiOO 4.4

Hotshots. ard. Dominic Galati garnered two Hospital 4 3' .571

Second-best set score was a 556 hits as the Hurricanes got off to VAII-1 3 3 300VP16

by Don Crockett in a "3-1 victoryover a 7-0 lead and coasted home to 2 2 .500 .j'

VA-44. the win., Communications 3 4 ..4.29DOQ SCHEDULEFor

Standings as of Tuesday
May 15: triumphs at the expense of Fasron F AETti 2 3 .400 Week of May 17-23

AMERICAN '6, 10-6, and Communications, 15- VF-111 3 5 .375 Baseball: Jax Fliers vs. Robins

/' Team : W 73 !a Trt.ComFalrjBX .!161. 7, as Hansford Lee handled the VF-113 2.4 .333 AFB here, May 18 at 1600 and

Supply IBS S3 sKVtJIAW11 winning mound chores in both NARTU 1 3 .250 May 19 at 1430; Fliers at NAS
47 29 61RBaBth
un .9 81 613 contests. In the game against the O&R 14.100 Glynco, May 2223.
NAMTD 46 30 03Prrtonnel 190 AVERAGE Leading Supply Golf .
1 4 :200YA45 : Open.Tennis
Communicators Lee helped
48 ':32 .800 pin-crasher in the NATTCenter was
I Electronic t% XI ...592Sp bowling league which ends along by some three bit. belting: 0 4 .000 : Open. .
C.' S r*' 43 41 33 39 .513.566DUpejuary .I next Thursday, May 15 is Tom I by John Staiger and Wayne ComFairJ 0 4 .000 Track & Field: Al1-Navr-rour. '

39 41 .4NK Darer of Naval JUr Weapons Huneke. Fasron 8 0 6 .000 ney, ComEleven.
rubllc Works 12 'tiS ..ISOWavrc School, who Is bowl.
44 .:.111NAKTU .System THE MARINES picked vp two Personnel 1)) ti .000 Softball: Open.r .
0 80 .000 lug a WO avtraft.



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17 Mat 1956 jax AIR NEWS Page Seven

VAH-1 : HARJU Hamre Named Winner

Showing, Heels Lifeguard Shortage Cuts Swimming TimeStation .Of Blind Bogey

\ Gary Harare fixed: a 79> Saturday

To Golf FoesA swimmers: who've meet the schedule demands: for two pools located behind the to. cap hi& the Station's
been somewhat disturbed to the three pools in the Main- Recreation- Building weekly Blind Bogey golfing event

vague look .f bmillarltJ'crept find their favorite swimming; side area.AT THE" roof -are closed on from a. small field of. less than

ever the Mainside Golf League pool closing ahead of scheduled PRESENT., the pools are Mondays, and are also secured .20. golfers.

standings this week as V All-! evening: hours 'were warned Operating on an 1100-1930''basis in the event of storm warnings. Hamre'shot an 18-hole total of

and ARm hopped off to co- this week that the situation on. weekdays and Saturdays; Special Services directors 104 and ,qualified foe the -post-

ownership of first place may continue- for some time. and from. 1200-1930 on Sundays hope to remedy the situationby tourney drawing by picking a

Possibily ft': was because these unless more lifeguards are ;. but the lack of trainedlifeaaaag obtaining additional guards handicap of 25 strokes, which

same two teams dominated the found to correct the situation. personnel has for from NAS and fleet activities placed him. in. the, 70-80 stroke

title race in the IMS Fall golf Special Services swimming swimmers: to abandon the on either a full time or part I margin. lie received a merchandise -

campaign. :Maybe, too it was because pool directors at Mainside announced pools early on several occasions. time basis. Anyone interested prize for his score.

VO>82 and Administration Monday that at least in lending. a helping hand may : It was the second week in a

the present,third-and: fourth several tonal lifeguards Lack of lifeguards 1 has also obtain additional' informationby row that 79- was the event lucky

ranked teams -were once again are needed immediately to curtailed the use of one of the phoning extension :512 s :numbers

shaping: up as the troublesome I .. .

"riant killers. they were last sea ....... .__..
Softball Lone "'- """'!'>'
son. ; lAX

boosted,. 3-1 their to a:record comparable: from 15-3 1astweek' Center Sport tL '-.Ifl: Sports

while NARTUalso, maintained a* _<: Briefs .
Softball k now holding: the :fort .
.833 percelltagein ruining its
as the only:: intramural; sport atNATTCeater I
record to 102. I The scarcity of trained lifeguard -
but ia early Sum"mer
VArPt opened the: week" by horseshoes table tennis'and : personnel on Naval: instal-
downing FAW-1L another' lations must be fairly widespread
contender ;
tennis will i
leagues begin play, r
of the ':54 campaign 4ft- j.ts reap from as far away as Fleet Activities -
accenting: to Special Services
!%? and: then: swamped YA-44. i The horseshoes pitching: ; circuit' Yokoauka;, Japan comes
%-%, lofting- a shutout when word that qualified guards are
is scheduled to in early June
Jack Rader of the losers managed Ojgen needed;;,
;with the table tennis league operating -
a split wits George-Waters; Char .NA?Jacksonville hay immediate
: after the Fourth: of July an
lee Douglas: and Lynn Carnie led -
Tennis: win begin about mid- need for such personnel, too;
VAH-1 in the latter match with
those who could
July. even give only
nine-hole scores efi 40, and 41 re- I Three intramural sports have '. small amount of time each weekor

spec tively. .been completed this season month would be greatly: appreciated -

NARTU FOGNCED .on Supply ;basketball, badminton singles and There's no pay, but it
for a 5-1 win in. its only outing of .
badminton doubles.Braves ,. 'z. might mean a lot to a lot of people
>the week, as Steve. Biltz, Jim Ellis I gay this Summer.

Dan. Horne, Ai Knutson and .
Ralph McClure won. their mat- Home
1 Ic Some Days You Caa't Make a
ches. AtteH Dkksoa garnered r _____
______ Dime Dept: The winless Person
Supply's lone point with win
Until MondayJacksonville's nel softball team of the Mainside'League
over. George Frye.In .
played, won and losta .
one of the closest matchesof
game to Communications the
the week, VC-62- edged Cam- Sally League
Fair Jax", 3-2%, with John Os.. Braves are in town over the i l other evening. Yup, it's possible
we're told. Personnel won thegame
mond's split 'with the. losers weekend and will wind up a
6-2 but had to take its
George Johnson providing the seven game home stand before *
: sixth straight loss because the
point spread. George Oakes fireda heading for Augusta and a series L u
team had only eight men and! the
43 to lead the Compronites and .with the Tigers.
'went into the books
game as aforki
won his match over Fleet Air's The rampaging Braves; who
I t..
Don Hardy.. Lee Blodget and Del are currently in. a hot battle for
I NO FISH STORY HER!, "Some stringhuh, Pop"" says .
Evans picked up additional points league leadership take on.Augusta young David Wade a* hr eyes the nice catch of blark bow boated '
for VC'62, and ComFairJax coup tonight at the Jacksonville by his dad. C. W. Wade HMC, (right)}, and C. T. WoodaJl, liMe, A doff of the battered white hatto
tered with winners in John Bur- Ballpark in the windup game of on a recent outing on the St. Johns RivtK. Wade, of the Naval the four members of the Jax
bans and Len Curtis a four-game series.Macon's Hospital; and Wood aU, attached to USNRTC Orlando, caught Navy Fliers golf team who journeyed -
; nearly 100. bass on the new eel bait but tossed most of them back I to Pensacola last week and
ComFairJax bounced back late Dodgers come to town to keep within limit regulations.Sparkles .
in the week to shutout Fasron 6; May 18-19-20, for three games, proceeded to dean up on the

6-0, as John Dierker led the way and then the Braves" take to the ; championship hardware the

with a. card of: 40.. Walt Chaffin road fog action again with both Stay Unbeaten; Pro- Am Invitational tourney
fired. a 43. for the losers but it Augusta and Macon before returning -
went. to na J nail: to Jacksonville May 2W.I I 1 Flier Bill Scarbrough took

The standings, as of TuesdayA.M I All single evening contests during : First Round ActionA top. honors by annexing the

( )'., May 15; the week begin at 2000, with Cop I Championship, Flight crown,
Team W L Pct. double-headers starting at 1830; Chuck Summitt captured the "B"

VAll-I IS'3 .833 Sunday tingle contests begin at : first-inning; four-rm attack, by Aviation Electrician Sparkles I Division. title and: Joe MacDonald

NARTU 10 2..833 1500 and double-headers start at I kept the Electricians atop the NATTCenter softball league and OIL made it .a, 1-2-3. finish. with.. theyDivision

VC62. 834 33 .709 1330. their way to a fifth straight title as the first round .f the league I "C"' cups 12. 6 ..661OPfiatioaa. I ended this, week. ;> They Just don't make a much

7 5 .583 Money can't buy everything, Behind some tight pitching by I prettier sweep than that,,no more!

ComFa1rJax 13.Ji 1034 .562 but it puts you in a wonderful Beach McDaniel the Sparkles NATTCENTER SOFTBALL ,*

Hospital 6Ji 53 .542 1 bargaining position.WEEKEND. clung to their four-run lead. In W LAEl : A recent newcomer to the Station -
FasrOD 6. 10 14. ..411Fasron '
the opening frame Hall Gilbert 6 IJ' is Airman Apprentice Jerry
lOl! 5. 7 .417: TIDE
Supply 4 a ,333VA.44 singled on a bunt. AD (a. ZMarAyDet : ,'Gajga (pronounced! Gie-ga), who
HIGH LOW ia attached to the NAS
ft :IT: office -
5 13 .273 i' Sim Woadaamli double scored (0 2
A.M P.M: AM. P.M.
.. A native Chicagoan,. Gajga
FAW-ll 13 434 .251. FrL 2:2: 3:0ff: 3A3 9:23 two and Joe Verbanic's single An-P 5. was a member of the Detroit

VA-172 2. 10 .167 Sat. 3.30: 4.0T: !5:41: 10:22 tallied Woodoam. Mike Guida's AGO. J 3SS Lions pro-football club for a short
VP-18 1 5 :167Marines fly to centerfield scored Verbanic ,
5.03 KT.34( Ifclff/ *
Sun. 4:23 :
: : :3 4NavAirWeaps while before coming into the
hell their lead. .
1 5 J6T 'and the Sparkies
'3, 4.Admin Navy. Jerry played prep ball in
Putting men on base in every
Chicago attended St. Benedict's
I Mainsiders Vie In Swim Meet inning, the Blockbusters were unable '2' 4 College fit Kansas, and hopes to
to score until the fifth when AK 2 5AE2 rejoin the Lions! for the 1953 sea-
Jim: Crandall hit first base and 0 6 son.
The fifth lap in the current Building 930 to formulate plans Chuck Taylor's roundtripperscored

Mainside Ironman Trophy race for the swim meet. Three units: : the Gunnies' runs.

will get: underway at 1400( May Fasron 6. VF-22.: and VC-62 have I MEANWniLi; last week, the I Vonnie Colby In Links Exhibition I

24 when NAS and fleet activities: : already entered the event. Ensigns' from Aviation. Ground .

vie' for intramural swimming FINAL DEADLINE for entriesis Officers School shuffled around
honors at: the Mainside pool. 1600,, May 21. and tallied 35 runs in two games One of the nation's outstanding follow the round with a links'

Unlike other sports competitionon Swimmers will compete in the Zeff Lazarus, pitched and sluggedhis woman links stars' will clinic and exhibition session.

the Mainside the swim 50. meter free-style, 50 meter
way to a brace of victories, visit the Station, next Tuesday, Accompanying Miss Colby
meet k one-shot, one-time affair breaststroke 50.meter backstroke, ably abetted by Bill Irwin and will be Les Cottrell who will
with participants competing 100 meter freestyle and 150 meter 1 Bob Bilstrom. May 22, for an exhibition round
act as master of ceremonies for
individually and in relays for individual medley events thisyeal"
The Ensigns defeated Support and a clinic of: golfing instruc-
the clinic.
team points.DNDEB '. -
Splinters, 16-3, and won from Air- .-
DCONMAX rules, the Also included in the programare ( tion. I The woman linkster was

winning team in the meet will : a fancy diving event and a I man Preps. I9-4. Vonnie Colby, "Palm Beach widely known in Florida 'amateur -
receive 500 second 200 meter relay race for four Home runs by Verbanic and
points, the I I
.. "Mac" McKiddy helped AE-Ones professional, will come aboard circles before turning proa
place team 400 points, the third man teams.!
finishing squad a total of 300 :',: Contestants will swim the 150 :stave off AGO' threat, T-3': Air- for a morning nine-hole match few seasons ago. She will be

points,, etc. meter individual medley in. three man Preps. won by forfeit from. with three. local women, Na-. entertained: at a luncheon at ,

A meeting for all athletic representatives .50-meter laps including one l lap Support Splinters: and Aviation' dine Maze, Audrey Biltz and the- 19th. Hole following the-

will: be held tomorrow 'each. of the breaststroke back- Ordnancemeir downed NavAir-I' Dale Conner; and then will I morning's activities.
morning., May 18 at: 0030, in stroke and'freestyle. Weaps, 4-Z.


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OPEN HOUSE Air Show BlDiliI: -

(Continued from Page 1)

PROGRAM. FORt public will see an exhibition of ,,, ',' FOR RENT
the "idiot's loop", or "sling bomb ,;r
AF DAY SET ing", as demonstrated by an F9F 3 rm. apt. $40. 1550 Liberty St.
t EL 4-5239. Stein
Cougar. Flying at low altitudethe
Here is the Armed Forces
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 3690
jet pulls into a loop, drops its
Day Open House program, Riverside Ave. EV 9-5913. '
bomb, or rather slings it, -
with all times approximate.
3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Avail
I at the top of its loop, and completes May
; 1200-Gates open Public invited 8. $75. EV 95913.
the turnover.
to view exhibits in Hangar 3 bdrm. hse. Utilities. $80. 5819
All planes participating in the
) 113 and demonstrations in Oaklano pr. EV 7-6579 or EV
Air Show take off at 1400, with
j surrounding area. fcrial maneuvers to be completedby :' 7-7118. Morgan.
; 1400-Air Show begins. AU 1500. 5 rm. unfurn. hso. Wesconnett,

I planes take off 6303 Blanding Blvd. EV 98489.
static in
displays Hangar
t 1410=UF (Amphibious) aircraft 2 rm. turn apt. 2967 Selma St.,
113, and surrounding area, will
I in jet assisted takeoff.. EV 96480. Neil.
attract much interest. Some 30 of
1410-Three F9F Cougars 4-3 rm. furn.- apt. Nr. shopping
the latest Navy and Air Force air-
take off to rendezvous with AJ district. 563 College St; Rear,
craft, including jets and heavy
refueling tanker; L 1 fi. EL 5-6914.orr EL 6-9258. Harri
long range bombers can be seen.
1415-GCA controller picksup son.
Various departments and units
TV jet over Cecil Field and 3 3-2 rm. furn. apt. $8 per 'wk. 563
will operate booths for exhibitionand
brings it in for GCA landing. } r.a College St. EL 5-6914 or EL 6-
demonstration Ham .
1416-FJ3 Fury jet executes 9258. Harrison.
radio operators wil be on hand to
flame out approach, dead stick 1 rm. furn. apt. $28. ''563.: CollegeSt.
make available' their equipmentfor
landing. EL .5-6914: or EL 69258.
sending messages to far off
.. 1420-Fire rescue demon- ,Harrison. ,
points. Weapons and mobile i
stration; helicopter. rescue de 4, rm.- furs 'apU $12.50 per wk.
equipment will dot the area. The
monstration. 563 College St. EL 5-6914 or EL
Jax Navy band will provide music
.1430-F3H Demon and A3D ,, 69258.Harrison..
and refreshments will be available '
Skywarrior make pass at 300 1 drm. lower ,unfurn. apt. ,$65.

feet, 600 mph. 2580 Riverside. Avail now; 1
The Armed Forces Day parade
1431-Planes of CVG-17 in bdrm. upper unfurn. apt. Kitch
will be most colorful.. Some 25
formation flyover prior to attack equip. Avail. June 15. $70. 2580
floats, nine bandstand 3,300 -
Riverside Inquire Apt. #2. EV,
will amble through the -
1432-AJ tanker and, F9F 41494. Cowart.
streets of downtown Jax. Leadingthe
Cougar demonstrate in-flight 6 rm. hse. Gar. Furs 5230 Denard
parade will be 800 Marinesand SURPRISED AND BEWILDERED Jackie Barros, attachedto i
refueling. NATTCenter NAS ,Dispensary, Is probably the first Wave in Navy historyto Court, Lakeshore. Public Works
men from
1435-F9F Cougar will demonstrate Navy take and pass a fireman's exam. In a mix-up in the E-3 exams Paint Shop. Martin. ,
delivery of and a crack marching detachmentfrom given Tuesday, May 8, Jackie was given a fireman's exam by
weaponsvia Fort Stewart. Jax, Navy's mistake in place of the Wave seaman test she was to take. The FOR SALE

"idiot's loop". band will head the marching musical error was discovered after Jackie had completed the. exam and 3 bdrm. hse. 1% gar. $55 mo.' 4542
1436-Second F9F refuels. it was also discovered that she had passed the test. Then she proceeded *'
1437-Air attack begins. i contingents. to take the Seaman test and passed it too. She is now ,,a Blount Ave. Ext. 649. Arnold. ''
1440-Air Group planes demonstrate e fireman and a seaman and leaves next week for Hospital Corps 3 bdrm. hse. 2 bath. Patio. $20,800.

School to become a Hospltalman. Venetia Manor, 4204 'Rapallo
carrier landing techniques -
lltTERSTO THEEDITOR Rd. EV 8-0638. Curtis.

1-4 bdrm. and 2-1 bdrm. hse.
1500-Dog fight by radio Pee Wee Hunt's Band $18-
controlled models. 000. Investment and home.,' Ri-
verside. EV 8-0683. Curtis.
1530-Blimp makes touch
3 bdrm. hse. FHA equity, $50 mo.

and 1700.Exhibition go landings.areas open until Dear Sir: To Appear Here May 22Pee 5726 nett. EV Knollwood 75020. Orlowski.Dr., Wescon-

3 bdrm.. hse. Terms, total $8,700.
We wish to thank
everyone Wee Hunt and his "Twelfth 5105 Banshee Ave., Venetia
who aided us in any way at the He stayed with the Casa Loma
Street Rag" Band will make their Terrace. CO 4-5432. Thomson.
Be Sure To Wear Your
time of ,the loss ofour eightyearold orchestra until 1943 when he
first'appearance at NAS'Jax next 3 bdrm. hse. Nr. NAS. GI finance,

Uniform SaturdayShow son Tuesday, May 22, when they play formed his own combo. His' recording $79 mo. Ortega Hills. EV 41330.

D. L.Cressy, DC2 and Family for an enlisted men's dance at of "Twelfth Street Rag"

Your Spirit I Wear NAS Special Services the Mainside Auditorium. Danc- brought him fame and he followed LOST AND FOUND

with another hit, "Oh". Found a 17 jewel Bulova wrist
your uniform to town on ing begins at 2000.
e watch. Owner call Ext. 8306, Peck,
Armed Forces Day, Satur. "n'VJ' t Pee Wee has long been recog- to claim watch.

day, May 19.MEASURE. nized'as a great musician. Back Electrician School MISCELLANEOUSRiders
: y SER //C.ES Loma orchestrawas
when the Casa Honors To AndersonClass wanted from 8th and Mainto
,;w the of the nation Pee
rage ,
:t T W: CATHOLIC Wee was one of its better known i honors seem to go hand 1630.NAS.Contact Working Martin hrs., 0800'Public-

qt2 features. He spent 16 years with in hand with David Anderson,
t.J4 Mass 0800 0900 Works Paint Shop.
x .i kY :::1' Sunday the Casa Loma band.A AEAN, who was honor student in 4 .
t )* _
"f p 1000 St. Edward's Chapel
% >1.f.rylry: ; native of Ohio, Pee Wee ma- last week's graduating class from
if n :
tf Mass 0800.
*.f1<. { Saturday VolunteersContinued
,,- Daily Mass, 0630. \ jored in electrical engineering at Aviation i Electrician's Mate

Sunday 0630, Mass at the Ohio State University, but his School, Class A. ( from Page 1))

tv'l' Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction love for-music won out and he by a delay'in the date of arrivalof
stuck with .it after school. Anderson also was honor man
Classes, Building 463. the dependents bringing
in his boot camp class after he
PROTESTANTThursdar,1Iar17 120 families to Jacksonville, Lcdr.
: WEATHER OUTLOOK joined the Navy in June, 1955.
1M W. F. Vollmer, liaison officer for
Fair and His home, is in Hanover; Md.
Friday -
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal the group, is getting anxious. "We
.Saturday Warm. He has been orderd to NAS,
now expect the train to arrive

r Sunday, May 20 Sunday Fair and warm. Monterey, California for duty. here June 15, instead of June 4," "

0800 Episcopal Communion he said. "But the actual arrival
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. x, date has not yet been confirmed

0930 Sunday School for ages and may be changed again. If we

4 through adults. .. could see our required quota of

0930 Service of Divine Wor volunteers registered, we could

ship, Chaplain Stephenson. "Ra breathe a lot easier?*

1900 The United Fellowshipof The dependents are families of
A 0
p 9k Protestants, Building 804. the crew of the aircraft carrier

Monday, May 21 r S USS Franklin D. Roosevelt ,which

1900 Latter: Day Saints' Ser- r.v will arrive this summer at NAAS

vice. Mayport, her new home port. The

Tuesday, May 22 Jax Navy hopes to be able to assign -

1930 -Presbyterian Instruction one dependent family arrive

A Classes, Hospital Chapel. ing by train to each volunteer

) 1900 Christian Science Class. aBACK with 'a car. The volunteer will

I II 1930 Bible Study Group. meet the train, take the family

1930 Episcopalian Instruc- wherever they wish to go, help

tion Classes. with necessary grocery shopping,

Thursday, May 17 and perhaps "baby sit" for an

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- hour or two until'the family is

"settled in", at least ,for the 'first

7.'kvt Eti hearsal.ST. night.To .
I (Naval Hospital, Protestant) simplify things, a dispatchhas

.. FOR MEASURE 0930 Sunday School and been sent to Bremerton re-

Curvy Joan Vohs Is a cute Nursery. questing details on matters such
number who fits almost any- 0930 Divine TO FAR EAST Lt. TakeJi lida, of the Japanese sea as.the number of children in each
bades farewell to Lcdr. L. E. Heron
defense service, training
"T". A
thing she wears to a
family, the pieces of luggage they
native New Yorker, she's a for. lain William A. Swets. officer of Aviation Electrician's Mate Schools, as the Japanese
I mer Radio City Music Hall 1930 Tuesday, Instruction officer completed the Class B course with the exceptionally high are bringing, and whether they

Rockette and topflight model. Class for personnel of Presby- mark of 89. Standing br is Ltjg) Thomas' Picket, AE Schools plan to rent a house or apartment,

Joan who usually carries supporting lida will take a brief course as aircraft or stay temporarily at the BOQ
Is active terian or Reformed background, maintenanceofficer at Memphis prior to returning to his home
Hospital the Station is opening up.
In TV. Chapel In Yokohoma.



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