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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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June 21, 1956


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

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Navy Couple Jax Talent

' Reaps $3368 Trials Set

Re-Up BonusThe For July 18

lyrics of the familiar 4

strains of Reenlistment Talented Naval and Marine

Blues" were being sung as personnel who feel that all .

"Reenlistment Green" this they a chance in orderto
:week by a Jax Navy couple shine on ,television variety

Attached to NAS Jax, Richard show big: time, will be givenan

and Irene Eichhorn were anything opportunity; to prove their
but blue last Wednesdaywhen worth a series of four pre

wife, Irene, teleman "first liminary tryouts leading to ,

class, shipped over in the Navy appearance on the third an- I

for six years, receiving a reenlistment nual All Navy Show presentedby I
bonus of $2,030 after Ed Sullivan Sunday night,
taxes. Aug. 26, over the CBS net-

HUSBAND RICIIARD, radio o g4t work.

man first class, reenlisted in Almost anything goes In variety

March for a six year tour; collect. show business, and anyone and :

ing, $1,338 after taxes. The NAS everyone who sings opera or hillbilly I

husband and wife together total. plays an instrument, dances,-
ed $3.368 in shipping over bonuses or can be classified as a comedian,

from Uncle Sam. : : magician, mimic, acrobat or what
Married for nine years, the $ have you, is not only invited but

Eichhorn's life together has read I .. .__..___. _Jail q"......_R. } urged to participate in the search i
like typical sailor's sea-tale. for Navy talent. I
a BEGIN FAMILY FORTUNE This little scene should do much toward proving the merits of .
Meeting at NAS Quonset Point, continuing a Navy career. Irene Ktchorn.: teleman first class, is presented with a package of green TIlE FIRST AUDITION will be
R. I., the couple met and decidedto worth $2,030 from Ensign Lester Hayes of NAS disbursing:, for reenlisting last week; The man with held in the Malnside Theater, ,
continue their navalcareers as the wide-eyed look of approval on the right Is Richard Eichorn, radioman first class, who "Just Building 612, at 1300 July 18.
marriedin wants to see that the loot gets home safely". He himself collected $1,338 for reenlisting In March.
and and
man were The couple thus totaled $3,368 in reenlistment bonus-a small fortune to most people. Those who are selected from this
1947. '""- initial tryout will then participatein

STRIVING TO stay together a final tryout at 2000 that same \
Is Still
during -thei; Navy hitch, they ANNA SLATED TO Tops 4.0 night at King Hall, Building 563. I
transferred to San Diego in 1D50,
Judges composed of Jackson.
Irene to serve at NAS and Rich- BE FIRST ON 568 I
ville television artists and officials
ard to catch a ship. ,Irene, like
New will select two
winning acts
many another Navy wife, anxiously UNWELCOME LIST Rating System that night. The two acts will com-
waited on the dock for
They have been looking for pete in a Sixth Naval District
her mate's ship to come in.
Anna, but not anybody is too contest in Charleston, S. C.,'July

The longer next separation three years from broughteven each anxious to find her. 31.COMMANDANTS

other. Anna is the first of a list of Effective July 1 of the Eighth,
Tenth, and Fifteenth Naval Dis
Finally in 1955 after 2% yearsof 26 howling witches, selected .
tricts will nominate
a maximumof
complete separation, the alphabetically as hurricane sisters -
of 1956. The hurricane sea- five acts for entry in a further
Eichhorns were once more united Effective July 1, an entirely new rating system will replace -
competition to be held the
when Richard was assigned to son officially opened June 15 the present 4.0 quarterly marks rating system, it is by
NAS Jacksonville for a tour of and now the public can be announced by Vice Adm.: James L. Holloway Jr., Chief of Commandant, Sixth Naval Distract
shore duty. prepared to hear about the Naval Personnel. I in Charleston, Aug. 2. Se- I
lection of Sixth Naval District
storms in"terms of feminine
The Navy-we like it. We'rein The only similarity between the
and supervisory ability military contestants will be nominated'
appellations devised by the ; on
for the full twenty-both of
new and old system is that rating
government for this year's appearance! and adaptability. a basis of two acts from each of
us, they say. will continue to be on a 4.0 scale.
e crop. The Navy asserts that its rea- five areas. These areas are: Geor
One of 10 numbers will be used
son for abolishing the old system gia, North and South Carolina;
In order of their anticipated
with 4.0 ,the highest and 1.0 the
ltWillBeVFP62Instead appearance will be Anna, low est. Passable performancewill is to get I rid of discrepanciesin Alabama and Florida west of longitude
rating, caused when commands 85 degrees W.; Tennesseeand
Betsy, Carla, Dora, Ethel,
rate a 2.6 or higher-2.8, 3-0,
applied their own theory to assigning Mississippi; Florida east of
Of VC-62 Greta Hattie Inez
Flossy, 3.2, 33.8 and finally 4.0. Re-
quarterly marks. longitude 85 W and north of lat-
Judith, Kitty, Laura, Molly, served for those below acceptable
Composite Squadron62based Nona, Odette, Paula, Queenie, standards are 2.0 and 1.0. Hereafter a special enlisted per- itude 28.N; and Florida south of
at NAS Jax, the Navy's Rhoda, Sadie, Terese, Ursel, formance evaluation sheet will be latitude 28 N.
only East Coast photographic Vesta, Winnie, Xina, Yola and TilE FIVE TRAITS to be rated used by all commands, the marks INVITED TO participate in the
reconnaissance squadron, has Zenda. are: professional performance; made on May 16 and Nov. 16. Jax Navy talent show are Navy

been redesignated. Effective military behavior; leadership The new rating system is expected and Marine personnel from NAS
._ .
U -- -
July 2, it will be "Light Pho- to become a "performance jax; Fleet Air Detachment; NAS
tographic Squadron 62" ,.I:< : factor" in the multiple for ad- Cecil Field; NATTCenter; Naval

VFP-62. J vancement, by enabling commanding Hospital; NAAS Sanford! NAAS

Commissioned at NAS Norfolkin i1i! ": .: : officers to add an extra Mayport; Naval Station Green I

January 1949, the squadronhas : ; .f (Please Turn to Page 8,,Col. 5) (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
been based at NAS Jax since : t.

October Comdr.1952.Martin P. MacNair, 1 ,T 'Hurricane Hunters' Alert

squadron skipper, said, "The I IIt's I
new name is more. descriptive of '
our mission. The word "Compo- For Seasonal III Winds :

site" means "made up of. various I

parts" and that doesn't fit us. Our that time of year again I Cape Cod and from approximately I
mission has always been to pro- The hurricane season is officially 400 miles east of the Antilles

vide aerial photographic reconnaissance here. Already two suspi- to the coast of Mexico. This area ,

to the Fleet, and although cious areas have placed the hurricane covered some three million squaro
our detachments may be ,"trouble shoot s" of Jack- miles. I

scattered from the Mediterraneanto sonville's Airborne Early Warn- "We're equipped this year to (

the Far East, the, mission is the ing Squadron Four on the alert tackle the strongest of any windson

same-jet photo. :1 and in action. record," Comdr. William T.

The change of name, simple Stepping up their activities the Cain, executive officer of the

though It seems, will have some % "Hurricane Hunters" are taking squadron, disclosed. "Although

far-reaching effects. All letter- $ I'ff'y' *, every precautionary means to be VW-4 was equipped in 1955 with
head paper will need revision, ? ready to forewarn the public two WV-3 Super Constellations,

and the painter will be busy sub- -- ...-- ,it". .... _m.. : .
stituting VFP for VC on aircraft. RECEIVES DESIGNATION Comdr. James Cooper (right), their annual, unpredictable moves employ them to an extensive de-
The post office may have a skipper of Patrol Squadron 18 receives his patrol plane commander along the eastern seaboard. gree."

headache too-there's a photographic certificate from Capt. Bowen F. McLeod, Commander LAST YEAR, VW.4 planes flew DURING TilE early part of
squadron 62 at Norfolk, Va., Fleet Air Wing: Eleven. Comdr. Cooper has been flying for more reconnaissance 1956, the squadron received
than 16 years, has over 5,000 accident-free flying hours and holdsa flights from the a
and a VF-62 at Cecil Field. special instrument rating. north coast of South America to (Please Turn to Page 8, C.l. 5)


I Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 June 1956


) VP-J6, VW-4, VA-175, Fasion 6. VAH-1, VA-44 Report

: Joxng4Jf8 -I I IVP.16

ti Scouting Jax Area Squadrons

. Published every Thursday for Nary and Marine itctlvltlet at Natal Air

." Station. Jacksonville Florida NAS. JackioavlIU I this year's game against the Hur- LtJg( ) Winans will assume the

Capt. William S. Harris v ,?? ,,,,,,.,,,,,n.Lt. Commanding Officer The squadron was inspected ricanes. For the season's opener, duty of education officer. Bill Da.
......... .___, .
Comdr. John N. 1r1.erl Execuiha Officer Friday by the commanding officer vis SN
', }bet Air acuo.dl" Lt. J. E. Shipman and crew eight was released to inactive
Rear Adm. Dolbert S. Cornwell __ _____________MMM___. Ccmmander and retiring Chief Michael Tkac, made an inspection of a disturbance duty this week.
Cap Richard O. Green Chief ol Staff ATC. After the inspection, Tkac
in the Gulf June 13. Tony Brescia, PRI, will
fleet AU \n., Elena marrya
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod Commander was piped over the side. detachment Jacksonville
The next play was a girl, June King
Comdr. Richard DI\ia Odd Staff Officer ,
A recent listing of new PPCsh left for San this coming
Naval Ate a TechalrU TraUiac O.Ur of 30 men that at St. Ed-
Capt. Henry C. DeLn ; CotiVmandlnK Officer VP-16 neglected to include Juan, Puerto Rico June 18, to out- ward's Chapel On the base. A reception .
Comdr., Ed war* W. Bishop ExecuUve OfficerCapt.
Naval H4U1, Ltjg) Robert C. Silver. wit the destructive storms. will be held immediatelyafter
Benjamin N. AM Cammandtnc Officer Officers and their wives were their uniforms for for the guests at the Main.
Capt. 1* A. Newton __ __ KxccuUv Olflcer Discarding:
... indoctrinated in the side Lounge.
NARTO proper pro- civilian attire were Ltjg) Ed.
Comdr. Laurence F. SteHenhagen _. ______ Coramaadlns Officer cedures for being towed behind ward IL Bergeron of Hamdcn, Ltjg) James Kent and William

The JAX Ant NEWS la pubUihcd weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. boat at.Kin sley Lake Friday afternoon Conn., Ltjg) John F. Carney of Wilson, .ADI, returned from a
Jacksonville Horlda. and printed commercially with so pro atM funds (Water skiing is the correct Mass and Charlie W. week's conference at
Haverhill Aviation
at no expense to the government and In ecmpUaiK with NAVKXOS P-SS. Rev.
Nov. 1 45. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the terminology, buNt scarcelyfits Scott, AE3, of Wirt, Okla Supply Offices, Philadelphia Pa.
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the of
the the
U. S. Naval Hospital. performance neophytes Five new additions have been Fasron Six golf team won 5
Service Information Officer-Lcdr. T. P. Morgan on the lake that afternoon added to the squadron: Lt. Rob- and tied 1 against NAS Supply
.. Editor-Andrew II. Pi hey ) Comdr. M. A. Piper, Lt- ert Kidwell in from NAS Anacos last 'week.The .
Staff Re ten'Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes.. PHI: Marion Cracratt.
Jot; Nancy Ward. J03. (jg) Walter P. Bobbitt, and Lt- tia; Donald Carlson, AA in from following personnel report.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Force Press Service. (jg) Robert O. Wirt provided the Great Lakes; Gary Klein, AA, ed aboard this past week for duty
AFTS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
boats and ski the
the written permission or Armed Forces Preca Smrlce. ItepubllcaUoai ot other paraphernalia; from NTC Bainbridge; Donald with Fasron Six: Roland Roberge
matter except by ..n>tee publication 1s prohibited without permission of Officers Wives Club provided the ,
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Powell ATAN, and James Good, AA; Lawrence Hennesy Jr., AT.
.. Editorial office' located Main Administration BuUdlnf. Phone extensions food and refreshments; and various ATAN, both from Kecslcr AFB, AN; Wilson English SKI and Bill
834*. 216 and 8164. officers provided the, laughsIn
Biloxi, Miss. Duyck, AA
awkward pratfalls at the pic- -. a *
nic held at the "O" Club at Camp VAl1SUeJd VAH1Squadrea

landing. Sherwood Harris is the coagr&UUtions go to
VP-16 wejcomcs aboard the following newest father in the squadron Lt. Billie C. Hamilton who has

IAmerican : P. O. Morrow, ATC; P. since his wife recently presentedhim been promoted to the rank of
a A. Anderson, ALC; C. D. Weaver, with a 7% pound girL lieutenant commander He enter

AT2; W. J. Thompson, ATS; B. As a result of the recent com- ed the Navy in 1942 and since
Lebo AIM; D. R. Nylund ANAN; peas VA-175 accumulated eleven that time his billets have been
H. W. Watson, PIIAN; W. L. Sene, "EV. Ltjg) Helm Roberts and varied.In .

servicemen are highly paid, and are the AN; P. E. Bauer, AN. I Ltjg) Geker Sims are presentlytop September 1953 with 11

best cared-for soldiers, sailors and airmen in the world.It The following men have left "E" winners with two each. years service he attended the Uni
actually costs billions of dollars a year to keep us fit the squadron: O. Z. Williams_ With only half of the competitive versity of Mississippi where he
and ready to protect our country.It AEC; J. C. Mansour, YN2; H. II. exercises completed so far the received: his BA degree.

is our job to see that the American taxpayerand Moyer, AD3; D. L. Hair, AE2; J. squadron is looking forward to a Before coming to VAH-1 he attended .

we are taxpayers too gets his money's worth. L. Fair, AK3; and L. E. Thrift, high score for 1956.C Line School at Monterey,

Wasting resources and materiel directly weakens our AT3. Calif.
military"might 1 e a Fasron-4 His primary duty with VAH-1

'Throwing away" doesn't have to mean literally VW4VW4 Ltjg( ) Gil Winans reported will be that of landing :signal of.

flinging material out a window. You can throw away called the first play in aboard from VA-105, Cecil Field. fleer, an unusual post since he

electricity, water and heat too. will be the first LSO to operate
Every time a light is left on when it isn't needed or with a squadron of A3D's aboard
a water tap is not fully closed after being used a natural ; : ;; I a carrier.

resource is wasted. When the window is opened but the Friday of last week squadron

thermostat is not lowered as warmer weather approachesan members witnessed the commissioning -

unnecesary drain is put on utilities. ceremony of its sister
Your base, as you have so often heard, is your home squadron, Heavy Attack Squad.
away from home. The cost of upkeep of both homes is ron Three (VAH-3). The two
high enough without throwing money away.-(AFPJ3)). yrf squadrons now occupy the east

half of Hangar 140.
,. HIGH LOW f& VA44The
b S 1.\: I,, A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. : "Hornets" of VA-44 pulled

Fr 7:07: 7:37: 12:59: 1:02: 4 ? down top honors at last Friday's
Sat B:02: 8:30 1:51 1:55 ; M Administrative Inspection of Carrier -

CATHOLIC Sun. 8:56: 9:24: '2:43: 2:48: Air Group Four and cele
Sunday Mass -- 0800, 0900, brated their success with a dinner -

1000 St Edward's Chapel P k dance Saturday night.
Saturday Mass, 0800. X After a tasty dinner there was

Daily !Mass 0630. 'Annie Get YourGun' dancing to the music of the Jax
Sunday 0630, Mass at the Navy Band. Later in the evening
Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction TRANSPORT PROPELLOPLANE The "eggbeater shown Alan Brooking, AN, announcedthat
Set For Jax above is not an eggbeater, but an artist's conception of the newest
Classes, Building 463. I thing in transport planes. With the wing in vertical position, the one of the balloons in the
PROTESTANTThursday craft could rise without using a long runway. Once airborne, the center of the, dance floor contained -
June 21 June 2123The wings! would level off ** give normal airplane characteristics a dollar bill (donated by En-

1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal Army.llillec Helicopters* developed the "propelloplane idea for the sign Michael Petrullo) and after

All Saints' ChapeL Broadway -talent engagedfor the smoke cleared Fred Stark,
Irving Berlin's musical smash AA .
Sunday June 24 was waving the loot.
"Annie Get Your Gun," assures Special thanks for a wonderful
0800 Episcopal Communion Schoellhamer Cited For
Service Chaplain Nickelson. the Starlight Theatre of a great party go to Chief Ralph Jones;
start for its 1956 musical comedy James Dawson AD3 Henry Dichl,
0930 Sunday School for ages ;
4 through adults. season. Outstanding SP EffortsLtjg AD3; Charles Struble, A03; Earl

0930'Service of Divine Wor- Heading the cast of "Annie," Pearson, AD3; Walthen Nickels,

ship, Chaplain Carpenter. which opens at Jacksonville's new ) Albert Schoellhamer, familiar leadership and outstanding ability -I AD3; Alan Brooking, AN, and the
ball park at 2015 Thursday, June around the Naval Air recreation committee.
1100 Service of Divine Wor figure has made the Shore Patrol
ship, Chaplain Griffin. 21, for a three-night run, are Sara Station and the city 'of Jackson Unit a proud and efficient organ- Ltjg) Dick Bishop surprised
Dillon, Mark Dawson, Walter ville for the three : everyone but his mechanic by
1900 The United Fellowshipof past years ization. You have boen tirelessin
Protestants, Bldg. 804. Donahue and Adnia Rice. performs his last official duties for your efforts to accomplish an:- running away from all competition -

Monday, June 25 Also on the Starlight Theatre's NAS today before being released outstanding job in bringing abouta at this month's Lake City

1930 Latter Day Saints' Serv summer schedule are "The Merry from active duty to return to civilian better understanding and more Drag Races.. Ltjg( ) Bishop and
ice, Bldg. 750. Widow," "Kiss Me, Kate," and life. harmonious relationship betweenthe his 1956 Corvette walked off with
"South Pacific one trophy for first place in the
June 26 Upon his separation Lt. Schoell- local civil authorities and the
Tuesday, Season tickets and single admissions hamer was presented with a let military." Sport,-Car class and another for
1900 Episcopal InstructionClass are now on sale at 212 ter for outstanding performance.The "top eliminator" by beating tro
"'. Bldg. 563. I West Adams Street; Starlight II letter Ltjg( ) Schoellhamer, who is a phy winners in all other classesat

Service Theatre Office, 2651 Park Street; I from the com native of Philadelphia, Pa., first the North Florida RoadsterClub's

Nice House of Music, Atlantic manding officer, reported to duty as an Ensign in monthly meeting on the
1930 Bible Study Group,
Beach, and The Tune Spot, San Capt. WilliamS. 1953 where he was assigned to quarter mile strip.Congratulations.
Bldg. Harris are in order for
804.Thursday Marco. commended the Administration''
June 28 LtS Department. Ltjg) Patrick Marsha Jr., who
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal Prices for season tickets range c h o ellhamer He served as assistant personnel was notified this week of his se.
from to and offer
All Saints' Chapel. $3.60 $14.40, a on his perform officer for a short time prior to lection for appointment to the
10 discount from
1 ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL admission percent tickets, which are single$1.00to ance of duty October becoming of Shore 1954. Patrol Officer in* regular Navy.. ,
4 >
.' (Naval Hospital, Protestant) $4.00 each. w h lie servingas .
Joe: Why do you keep
:I \ 1930-Instruction Class for personnel e Senior Shore Schoellhamer No matter how
far chemistry when I kiss you?
I of Presbyterian or Ret Item in "Cars for Sale" column: Patrol Officer from October 21, advances, it will never come up eyes Irma open: Your kisses always sendme

formed background, Hospital Would sooner sell my grandmother 1954 to June 21, 1956. I with anything more dangerousthan and I want to see where I'm
Chapel. but she won't hear of it. The letter in part reads: "Your peroxide blonde. going.I .


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21 June 1956 4AX AIR NEWS Pago Three

UiC I Dependents Subject To UCMJ. Supreme Court Decision Says I

In a review of the convic-
trial of Mrs. Clarice D. Covert there was no need to examine the to conclude that all should be
tions of two service
dependent for the murder of her husband I power of Congress to make rules governed by the same legal stan-

wives who murdered their M/Sgt. Edward E. Covert in 1953, for the government and regulations dard to the end that they receive

husbands overseas, the Supreme .- the Court said: of the land and naval forces equal treatment under law. The

Court decided by a vote rrnK CONSTITUTION does not under Article I of the Constitu effect of a double standard might

of 5 to 3 that dependents "ac- require trial before an Article tion." well create sufficient unrest and
(Prepared by JfATTC Librarianfor the III court (trial by petit j jury basedon Tribute was paid to the effectiveness confusion to result in the destruction
companying armed forces
.H Navy libraries in the area.) grand jury findings) in a foreign and fairness of the USMJas I of effective law enforcement."By .
UJS. 41: One of many highways: without the continental firms country for offenses com- it has operated, adding: "In all enactment of Article 2(11)of (

you may consider for summer of the Unite4 States" or its mitted there by an American citizen matters of substance the lives of the CodeCongress has provid

leave or when transferring to territories are subject to the and that Congress may establish military and civilian personnel ed that all shall be subject to( the

your new duty station. The trip provision of the Uniform Code legislative courts for this alike are geared'to the local military same system of justice and that
will be a much richer experience of :Military Justice. purpose." organization which provides the military commander who

if :you read this story of the highway Confirming the conviction of The Court further said that their living accommodations, med- bears full 'responsibility for the

which bisects the nation for Mrs. Dorothy Krueger: Smith of "having determined that one in :ical facilities and transportation care and safety of those civilians
it tells the story: of the areas I the murder of her husband Cot the circumstances of Mrs. Smith I from and to the United States. attached to his commands shall .

through which the road goes. If Aubrey: D. Smith In Japan, 1952, may be tried before a legislativecourt I THEREFORE WE, could not also have authority to regulate

you just want to dream about and clearing- the way for the re- established by Congress, :find it unreasonable for Congress their .ItCivilians
such a trip (for relaxation bee I

tween work and study) we can : VP-16 Chief i f T r ? ,"- M .
think of no better.reading. .. Can

Sportsman's Guide T. The Car. :
ibbean: You're not far from that Pi e.Over. Enroll In PolioInsurance

interesting area. This 1956 publi- :

cation, just received in your libraries Side After 28 L Plan

is the last word. It covers
Michael Tkac ATC of Patrol
active and spectator sports, whereto ; : All civilian employees are reminded -
Squadron 16, completed 28
go, how and how much, and years that the Polio Insurance 4
service in the 'Na\7 last Friday
just what to expect to find for __ Group at this activity is now open
and as is customary on such occasions -
your enjoyment. Another good for renewal of existing policies
inspected the
one for doing or for dreaming. and for enrollment of employees.who .

Small Boat Seamanship: Boat- With the squadron in parade ,. is. f: -desire to obtain this pro
formation, Comdr. M. A. Piper, s.. tection. -
ing is fun! Even the hard work of
building the boat must be if the commanding officer: of VP-16, i', The Polio Insurance Group
read a letter commending Chief i
use of our books on the subjectis ;Nk' 1. 'yFY ? here was organized six years ago
Tkac for his devotion to duty and hti
any criteria. As the author ,.. to enable employees desiring this
service .,
to country, following
suggests, "boating is more fun '. i. type of protection for themselvesand
.,. .
which the retiring chief was piped .. :'
when keep out of trouble." their families
you Ii <": to obtain such
: ) '
over the side. ..s > f'I
This new book gives advice for '' '';' coverage at a reduced premiumrate.
Chief Tkac joined the Navy in : 1.i :>
selecting your boat; information Enrollment in the group
: > JL
about coastal: waters, inland Cleveland, Ohio, in November r t:4. "t' and/or renewal of existing policies .

rivers, lakes and the sea; several 1928 and was promoted to chief .- --.... .-...- .".....- .-,-',-"'-'._" -, is strictly voluntary.
petty officer in 1942. lIe has served S .
chapters on navigation and sea OUT AFTER 28 Michael Tkae, ATC, of VP-lfi receives
manship; care of the boat and aboard the comfort aboard; legal obligationsand Saratoga the USS Tracy and va completion of 28 rears service. Tkae also received a letter from protection in the amount of
three chapters on safety, rious other commands afloat and his commanding officer, commending him for his devotion to duty $10,000 for each subscriber and
and service to country.Dependents.
search and rescue, first aid and ashore. individual covered by the policy i
survival. Tops for those who owna Among other awards Chief and coverS all expenses incurred i
small boat or who enjoy the one Tkac holds the Air Medal and the Eligible For Treatment during a period of three years

which belongs to a friend! Naval Vnit Citation from the date of diagnosis of r

Getting The Most Out Of A 'In Civilian Hospitals Under Bill I polio up to the amount of $10,000.
Ordnance Honors
Power Boat: Excellent guide to School Membership is open only to

accomplish just, what the title Go To Blacklock President Eisenhower has signed into law the $70 million dependent civilian employees of NAS Jax

indicates.Say Kenneth Blacklock, AOAN, of medical care bill, which will permit thousands of wives The cost contract

It With Your Camera: The Aztec, N. M., was the bono student and children of servicemen to be treated in civilian hospitals whenno which covers employee, spouse
picture record is a wonderful and all upmarried children up to
way in last week's graduatingclass military facilities are available. I
to show and to remember the from Aviation Ordnanceman age twenty-one is $6.50 per year.
wonderful time had. If Following the signing, Defense ditionally available." I The cost of a single contract is
you you
School, Class A, at the Naval Air I
take pictures for the thrill of Technical Training Center. He Secretary Charles E. Wilson issued DEFENSE OFFICIALS are con- $2.75* per year.Employees .
artistic achievement, we have a joined the Navy in July, 1955. a statement in which he said fident medical care in civilian *
fine collection of books to aid hospitals will become a reality in renewing or sub.
you Blacklock has been assigned to his aides have been asked "to do
with professional advice and the next six months. However, an mitting new applications must
en- NAAS Fuller, Nev., for duty. all that is possible to insure that
couragement. <. insurance plan must first be submit a personal check, bankor
Underwater Photography: An- Commissary To Close the individual serviceman and his worked out, and several possibilities postal money order in the

other approach to photographywith dependents will realize the benefits are under consideration. amount of the appropriate pre-

special appeal to the many On June 28, July 4 of the new law without de The law states that servicemen : mium with their application.

skin diving enthusiasts in our The Commissary Store locatedin lay." whose dependents are treated in I Such payment should be made

midst. Building 135, will be closed MR. WILSON said it would provide civilian hospitals would pay only I payable only to "Pacific Mutual

Anyone Can Draw: For those for inventory all day Thursday, hospitalization for an estimated the first $25 of the fee or the daily Life Insurance Company," not to

who want to use a sketch pad'but June 28. The store will be open .40( per cent of all depend- subsistence rate in military Naval Air Station polio group.

have only wished they could. for business as usual Friday, June ents "to whom circumstances have hospitals, whichever is greater. I The period from June 23

Simple directions will help pro- 29. It will also be closed July 4. denied the medical benefits Iraa The remaining cost would be through July 13, has been designated
which ,- as the period for enroll
duce the good work encourages covered by the government underan I
the beginner as well as __ ment of new members.
insurance plan still to be determined
those who just like to sketch. A -(AFPS). Employees desiring to obtain

pleasant way to "catch" a sceneor [ S .0. membership as well as those desiring
a child's expression with a good to renew their policies shall
summer hobby. Warrant Officers complete an application form and

submit it together with their! pre-
Limit More Rates ;" ;:j ,0; Gather Here miums to the department repre-
sentative or to the Employee Re-
To GPO P01The .. .. .. : One thousand years of naval lations Office, Industrial Relations
... .. ". i\. w' .. : service was represented at the Department, Building 967.
rating of boilermaker (BR), r-. NAS Officers Club when 43 war- Necessary application forms and
incorporating the qualifications of rant officers from the Navy com- additional information may be

the present emergency rating of mands at NAS Jacksonville, NAS obtained from the department ,

boilermaker repairman, has been Cecil Field and :Naval Station representatives as listed below:
established as 'a general service Green Cove Springs attended 1 .

rating. their monthly luncheon at the Overhaul and Repair Depart-
However, it will be limited to club, Tuesday, June 12. ment: Janette Kicklighter.

pay grades E-6 and E-7, the Navy Acting chairman CWO Robert Public Works Department:
announces via the Rating Review Long of NAS Commissary Depart- Maintenance Theodosia Ken-

Board which made the decision. ment, announced that the next nedy; Transportation-Mildred

The Board also established two luncheon will be held July 11, at Glennan; Administration
new emergency ratings-fire cone the 0" Club.of the Naval Sta ginia McCampbell; Utilities-

trol technician L.(integrated systems tion at Green Cove Springs. Jeanette Reilly.

) and fire control technicianE / All warrant oincers in the area Supply Department: Lillian
(electro-mechanical..) are encouraged to attend the July Bannon.

It further eliminated the emergency luncheon. Any further information Fiscal Department: Elizabeth
service rating of draftsmanL can be obtained by contact- Fennell.

(lithographic.) ing CWO Robert G. Long at extension Security Department: William
Details will be announced later SUPERSONIC BAILOUT Space ships of the future may 319 NAS Jax. Harden, Jr., and Thomas Powell.
but meanwhile service per- drop their fuel and engines toward the end of a flight as shown It was pointed out there are 115 Other Departments: Administration -
In this artist's sketch, giving pilots a reliable means of escape at
sonnel will continue to advancein chief warrant officers in
supersonic speed and high altitude. Scientists discussed the ideaat the -Helen Dalton; Industrial
the ratings they now hold. a recent meeting of the Aero Medical Association. greater Jacksonville area! Relations-Joseph Neth.

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! AN-P Students Oriented ir--.

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t', Air-sea survival: Is'a "must" for all persons connected with Naval

I Aviation, and Airman Preparatory: School at the Naval Air Technical -

.I Training Center emphasizes methods of survival in the final''

.j phase of the eight-week course.

Using equipment installed at craft, clambering aboard by the
t huge Price 'Natatorium at the
use of hand holds, and then over.
Training Center, each student turning the rubber boats again.
4( Marine or Wave is instructed in survival
C The course is under the
the use ,of survival gear direction of M/Sgt. Robert'Hardt,

t FIRST THEY ARE fastened in assisted by T/Sgt. Charles Light-

parachute harness and launched foot and Sgt, Charles Greenwood..

along a' 150-foot glide from a 30- Approximately 75 to 100 stu
foot tower: They release themselves dents a week take part -in the
'. upon hitting 'the water at course.Salem.

'the ended the glide: '
Next step is inflation of life

.. S preserver vests and 'a backstroke
swim to""a simulated helicopter'

.5. 5 hoist Upon being "enplaned" on

the 'pool..deck they then are; introduced

: to inverted, inflated f life

rafts. '
THE RAFTS ARE of two types
Compartment Cleaners
--eight-man and single. Studentsare "
: Maids:Waves 'presently living in
instructed in the methods '
Barracks 723 have 'acquired, it
of righting the overturned
seems, a much misguided definition
of the Barracks compartment
: Cleaners.

H This small force of girls are not

WI > ..";;"(".".: H as many Waves think, personal
?\ >'' >>*BE&*!" > '*.:.,' maids.. Their job ,l is an importantone.
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: Keeping the public
HUMOR FIOM ..... m.""A."'4... .- ,'. .. .t ... .. .......... H..Y _. .......n_'__ the barracks clean and areas making of
AIR-SEA SURVIVAL Each student Marine and Wave receives a thorough lesson In the use necessary repairs, make the
L HERE AND THERE of survival gear and indoctrination in the methods of survival at the indoor pool during the final up
phase of the eight week-course at Airman Prep School. These six: photos show various phases. ((1) eight-hour: working: day of a compartment -
A man ,was, perched atop a Strapped In parachute harness Pvt. Bernie Haynes begins his glide with an assist from,an instructor cleaner. There is no
building in a large southern city ; (2) Tripping; his parachute harness after the 150-foot glide, 30-foot Haynes hits the drink; time to empty trash left behind
and it looked like an attempted (3)) After Inflating his life vest and swimming on his back, Haynes reaches the simulated hell- by lazy occupants' '' or to' pick
copter sling and is hoisted to the pool deck; (4) and (5)) Reaching for hand holds on both the inside up
suicide. A made his
policeman and underside of the life raft, Haynes swings the craft over and then turns It upright again, after hose soft drink bottles left in theTV
way to the. roof to persuade him'not being "enplaned" on the pool deck and introduced to the rafts; ((6) Into the stern of the small survival ? room and.lounges by careless
to jump. "Think of your Maw ,raft Pvt. Haynes clambers aboard to.await "rescue". shipmates..

and family," pleaded the' cop. A clean and neat,barracks is a

"Ain't got any." Is FlagshipOf SAFETYBox comfortable place to spend a tour

"Well, think of your girl. of duty. No one appreciates a
friend." Sixth Fleet home that -littered and cluttered. -
"I hate women!" Adm. Felt Your barracks is your home
Bear Harry D. commander -
"All right," said the cop des- of the Navy's,Sixth Fleet Disabling Injuries Through while here in Jax. It reflects the

perately" ,' "think of Robert E. in the Mediterranean, has shifted Tuesday, June 19 type of Navy Wave you are. A

Lee. ".. his flag to the heavy cruiser Salem This Month 0 smart living quarters means a
"Who's he? smart Wave.
where it will remain for thenext This Year 1 The CrO Club will feature a M .
derned Yankee
"Jump, !
18 months. Days Since Last patio> dance to an orchestra on Oh, What A Night' It Was: If

The teacher was explaining the The occasion marked the last Lost Time Accident 76 Saturday, June 23, from 2000 until all parties at the Station are as

difference between the stately time the sixth fleet flag, transferred 2400. Patrons who so desire complete a success as the surprise

rose and the modest violet from the cruiser Newport Mosley\ Honor Student will be able to eat their dinneron party the Crackerjax held for Lt-

"You see, children,".he said, "a News' will be alternated every the patio until 2100. In case ([jg) Matt 'Kudlich, there shouldbe
At School
beautiful, well-dressed wOl'IJanwalks four months. Electrician of inclement weather, the dance no complaints. The softball

along the street, but she is The new policy will enable I Arthur Mosley,'AEAN, of Cisco, will be held in the ballroom. team; hosted a farewell party for

proud'and does not greet anybodythat families 0 f men stationed Texas, was the hoonr student of On Sunday, JwuT24 commencing the former Crackerjax j coach who

is the rose. aboard the sixth fleet flagshipto last week's graduating class from at 1400, the Club will featureIts will depart from the Station June

"But behind her comes a small come to the Mediterraneanarea. Aviation Electrician's Mate School regular barbecued chicken 30 for civilian life. The affair

creature with bowed head-" Class A at the Naval Air Tech- dinner served on the patio. The was, held at the Station Skeet

"Yes, miss I know," Jimmy In In the past, they have been nical Training Center chicken for adults is only $1.20 Club, Tuesday night and it wasa

terrupted. "That's her husband." quartered at East Coast naval lie has been assigned to VP- per order which is a half of gala event.

bases. Nine, NAS Alameda, for duty.. chicken with the trimmings. A They Grew Up: What a surprisethe

At a banquet once there was smaller portion for the children Waves softball squad received

no clergyman present; so the :, : is only 60 cents when it played the Boy Scouts at
'Y n : .
< hot s. t't
toastmaster singled out a pious For those patrons who don't desire Hospital.Field last Tuesday night.
looking old gentleman in a black a full dinner, barbecued ham We admit year can make a difference -

coat and tie, and asked him to burgers and cheeseburgers are but these lads seemed to

pronounce the blessing. available on the patio during the have sprouted anywhere from six
The old boy put his hand to his pool and patio hours. inches to a foot since they last

ear and replied: "I see you are played the Crackerjax. Measuring
officials request the co- from five feet ten inches to six
addressing me, sir, but I'm so
durned deaf that if hell froze aaj operation of patrons in watching feet the Scouts had the Wave out-

over I couldn't hear the ice cracking their children at all times when fielders chasing balls until the las-
they are using the
swiming pool. readyto
sies looked like they were
41.x drop., It was a lop-sided ball

Man with a bald head who Propose.Bill To game with the Scouts defeatingthe
plays golf in the sun comes home Waves, 16-2. After the last out

with a baked bean. was made a weary and battered
Up Dual Pay For Crackerjax unit left the field mut-

I had been sitting in the doc 4 rrf tering to themselves, "Those boys,

tor's waiting room a long time. R Retired OfficersRegular certainly have, grown up."
Patients were standing. There
Wave Of The Week: Judy Dirk-
was desultory conversation, bu
after a while silence fell and we f Navy officers who are sen, SN, for the splendid job she
t retired will be able did when Barracks 723'schief
to draw as relieving
sat waiting waiting wait-
Y much as $5,000 in retired pay and master at arms, Peggy Bit-

ing.Finally an old man who had still take a federal job if the bill terbush for twenty days. Judy not

been sitting in his chair for well approved by the Senate Post i only stood regular master at arms
Office and Civil Service Committee watches but also took over the
over. an hour, stood up wearilyand ,
becomes law. 'CMAA sleeping'nights
job. Her
said, "Well, I guess I'll go
home and die a natural death." ---- At present an 1894 act prohibits were short, with Judy often get-

NEW CHIEFS-Inspection and promotion, dates were simul retired officers getting ting only a coupte of hours shut-
A horse was recently made an taneous for 17 chiefs at NATTCenter last Saturday; Capt. Henry more than $2500 from holding a eye a night, due to the extra job.
active member of a Jaycee club O. DeLong, commanding officer, announced promotions before federal job. Despite the hardship it put on
assembled troops. Promoted were Richard Beymer, AECA; her liberty hours she was not
at Clearwater, Fla. One of the local Marshal Dean, AECA; George Denyko, AECA Harold Fredericks, The committee said the $2500 about the
townspeople was heard to exclaim AQCA; Paul Hetz, AECA; Laurence Ilotchkiss, AECA; Collin limitation once heard to complain
was sound
that it was the first time Jernlgan, ATCA; Anthony Lenahan, AQCA George Messer, bill when the going being too tough. For per
heard of the club AECA; James Padgett, GFCA; Earl Park, ATCA; Cameron Paulk, was written, but in the more forming a.job hard to do, like a
he had ever AECA; Herman Singleton, AECA; Henry Wilhelm, AECA; Frank than 50 years since then it had true Navy Wave, we say to Judy I
taking in an entire horse. Riddell, GFCA; and Clemens Brune, MMCA, become "unrealistic. "Thanks for a job well done."




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End For tired but happy group of Louise Ann Smith, daughter of William and Mrs Smith, MM1. (4)) Here's an In-
Diaper Special separable pair, a boy and his dog-Mike Smith, and "Skip. Mike is the son of
Navy wives and children,>dependents of personnel attached to the carrier USS Chief Harold and Loris Smith. (5) The family of Dale Turnbull, SN, seems la
FDR, arrived at NAS Jax last Wednesday after a 3,000 mile cross-country train ,good spirits as the trip draws to a close. Mrs. Turnbull Is surrounded by their
trip wfcich began at Bremerton. Washington. These families will Join their hus- four youngsters (left to right), Richard, 11; Ruth Ann, 10; Dorothy, 5; and Dale,
bands,and fathers when the >FDR arrives at Mayport In August. Some of the 8. ((6)) The trip ends at NAS Jax as the group disembarks. (7)) Lt. G. D. Bradberry,
scenes above were taken aboard the diaper special on its way from the Jax liaison officer, checks the roster list to see that everyone Is accounted for. ((8)
terminal to the Station and also as the dependents disembarked here. Photo ((1)) Nothing like a cup of coffee after a long opine Navy wives Mrs. Benjamin
shows Mrs. Lizzie Williams, wife of V. O. Williams, CS2, comforting her eight- ArguIIla, and Mrs. Thomas Massnick. (9) Waiting to be taken to their quartersis
months old son Virgil Owen III, while his sisters Kay-Deen Elizabeth, 2; :Mary, the family of Raymond Wodkins, chief machinist's mate. Mrs. Wodklns, holding
6; and Atricla, 9, look 'a bit concerned. ((2) Dennis Uptain, nine-months old son Kevin, one year.old meets her sponsor Mrs. C. W. Smith of Neptune Beach.,
of Dennis and Mrs. Uptain, BT3, gets a needed change from his mommy. (3)) Other Wodklns' children include (left to right) Nancy, 6; Gerald, SJi! ; Raymond,
About to investigate the contents of her mommy's hand bar Is l&-months-old 5; and Denis, :2 (not shown).

Uniform Ration One-Star General I Who- Says It's A Dog's-Life; Hear This! IIf I J

Law Patterned Takes Cut ToOncStriper -

you're the type that con- vaccines, antibiotics, and surgery getting better care and attention ,

After Navy'sNavy stantly complains about living a increasing his life span from the family doctor. ,

What to do on retirementwas dog's life, you're probably barking by 50 per cent. Theoretically, According to Dr. Hardley C.
the tree. Fido is outliving his master.
beans and hardtack no problem to an Air up wrong Stephenson, professor of veteri-
that in
the sailor's fare back in 1794 Force one-star general formedout Canine specialists agree And besides reaping medical nary medicine at Cornell University
a dog's life might even
never worried the Army. And the and scientific benefits little
reached our
by'having .
of his job .
even be better than your own..Today' the average life expectancy -
lusty newcomer, the Air Force, 'friend has house stocked
his 60th birthday. pampered pooch gets a dog
never heard of such. for a dog is now about 12
with better food and is
He reported next day to the i
Nevertheless, and though many Air Reserve Center in Provi- years. tHe

revisions of the Navy ration law with everyone getting the same dence, R. I., and was sworn in ,said he knows"of 500 dogsin

passed by Congress in those early diet no matter where he is stationed as an airman 3rd class! i this country that are 17 yearsor I
days when established specific uniform he e older. Tht's an average of 80
or what wears. Brig Gen. Bruce Johnson, of
amounts of food and Air years living for humans. 1 .
day were
per Until now the Army Warwick, R. I., says that he '
allotted for each man in the Navy Force have operated on a money But like man, he'is hounded by .
and Marine Corps, that law not allowance basis, subject to varia- swapped the one star for the some of the infirmities that !inevitably 1

only Has been continued in effect tions as the cost of foodstuffs go one stripe because he wantedto a l come with longer life. Man's i I

but now is expected to pattern a up or down.A stay active in,, the service ; nyl'n. best friend now suffers ailments

uniform ration law for all the uniform ration law has been However, a more practical reason normally associated with old age.
services. studied for several years, and the might be seen in the fact

The new law, recommended bya final version now given to the that the general needs four Some veterinarians claim that
more dogs bite the dust be.
more of service to qualify today
joint committee made up of Secretary of Defense represents years
: representatives from all the the work of all services. It was for full retirement pay and cause of glandular ailments and

I armed forces, would place all undertaken as part of the armed. this was his only means of getting +rrT other malfunctions that come
it. with advanced age.-(AFPS).
services on the same ration basis, forces unification program.


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:, VC-62 Has 500-Point Lead DOWN THE -

1\ In Mainside Iron Man Race ,

I VC-62 held a comfortable 500-point lead in the Ironman Trophy

, race this week after picking up a total of 1,100 points in the-recent

/ swimming and bowling campaigns.The Air Weapons System

, Compronites hold 'their :School of NATTCcnter steamrollered

t present advantage despite the fact 1,567'4 points and Fasron 6 ranks I its way to the Station
behind Hospital fifth with 1,230 i/)4 I
that their best showing to date is markers. V 1 I bowling title this week as intramural

a tie for first in the swim meet; _, alley activities came to R
The listed below do '
they finished second in basketballand halt for the Spring-early Summer
not include points awarded to units '
third in bowling. yt ,
furnishing players to the Jax + rf'u
Hospital which led the race aft- 4tbJ'j The No1 team from HAWS
varsity baseball team.Uptodate .
er finishing first in basketball. School was simply too good and

dropped to fourth in the current ,. Trophy standings too consistent for Mainside cham-

standings after accumulating only are A pion ComFairJax: to deal with; DalthI "wI. 8wl. Totals
220 points in the swim-bowling VC 'I 1.0.5fIO>> MO 2,130 four[ of the victors' five team-
VArltt 790 850 l. 40 j .l
categories. members ,turned in 5OQ-pl s'sets
VAH-1 7S7H 380! 420 1.567U ? 11 a 45
VAH-1 is third with a total Of hospital 1370 -' 220 1.490 and keg ace Tom Barger rolled a
FasroN 'T.JO 500 -_ 1.330 i,
FAW-11 892 H 230 __ 1.122H ', yYN scorching 607 as the NAWS
CoiaPrJx _." 1.050 850 bowlers took the title in three
Admin Overtakes VP-18 637tt 130 _. 7S7KPuronl09 .
t 715 _" __ 715Op straight games.
140 7U2Vi
r. 6S2 4
O A: R 2-tt HO 110 545 IN RACKING UP a series Of
VF173 TflO' {JO SOO the NATTCenter
2,686 pins
i NARTU In .Hot Personnel 295! 150 445 f
Supply! ___ 44O 440 champions surpassed anything
410 .
NAMTD 410 4 { rolled at Mainside for the entire
VW-4 235 150 3R5
Links ChaseOnly VA-175 330 140 __ 370 t 5. -4 4 v' season. During regular season
I Comm. ._ 350 '_ 350
VF-22 -200 630 3.10 play the Weapons School team
four Mainside Intramural FAE'runs 305
VA-M __ 140 110 250 twice turned in series of better
golf matches were played SpecSenr 1fiO _-. 160rfspen. than 2,700 pins.Barger's .
this week but in one of them 1GO 160
Pub. Wks 130 130 225 game also was high
Administration downed NARTU, Waves __. -200ton: 200
:200 foc4he evening. games:
VF-43 2fO -
3'4-2tt' and moved into sole post NARTU _200 -- -:200ToUl were turned in by Jim Sauer, 203;
session of first place. includes200 for dropping
t out of softball.Injuries. Les Graupmann 213 and 212 of
Both the Admin-men and the 4 BOW WINNERS Top 'bowmen at the Jax Navy Freelance the Missilemen; and George Johnson -
l deadlocked Club tourney last Sunday on the NATTCenter range were, front
Stationkecpcrs were
BesetCrackerjax row (left to right) John Ryder AE-B School; Bill Weatherby 208, of ComFairJax.
; for the top spot prior td their AE-A School; Carl Goddard, VP-lft. Back row: Ted Glsstndaner, Graupmann started out like a

r clash which will rank as one of Jax Bowhunters; Jerry Rogue NAS Cecil Field; Fred Davenport, house afire in the first two games

the most important matches oi NAS Cecil Field.VP18 but faded oil to 150 in the third

I the Admin also picked
season. up

t another six points on a forfeit one.BOTH TEAMS racked up remarkable -
Waves field- Clinches Tie InMainside
The Crackerjax
t from VA-172, running its recordto records in their respec-
than usual
ed a weaker team
35U-12H' in eight matches. tive leagues; ComFairJax coppedthe
when they met the Station Boy
In other tilts, FAW-11 downed Mainside crown with 'a 91-5
\ Scouts in a benefit softball game
: the Marines, 4-2 and then lost by Softball RaceVA172's slate and the NATTCenter titlists
last Tuesday at the Hospital field
the same score to VA-44. took their toga with a record of
and suffered a 16-2 lacing.
PETE GUSIIANAS'fired a nine- Bluebolts handed second-place VC-62 a 3-2 softball 102 wins and only six losses.

hole round of 37 to lead the Administrators As a result of injuries incurredin afternoon Earlier in the week the Fleet
setback Monday to. give league-leading VP-18 at least a
over NARTU and' the Boy Scout tussle the tie for the Mainside Intramural crown. Airmen had defeated VA-172's

Steve Biltz led the Stationkeepers Crackerjax cancelled their remaining Blucbolts, 2-0, to win the cham-

with a 38. Both men won their games with MerrillStevens The minor upset Monday practically the; losers and was charged with pionship and enter the inter-

matches, Gushanas downing B. D. and Eglin Air Force Base for i wrote an end to the Composite the defeat. league playoffs. Lcn Curtis led the

1 Davis and Biltz edging Bezel the week and concentrated on re i Squadron's hopes of grab- VA-172 broke a 2-2 tie in the victors in the division final by

Goodman who fired a 39. cuperation. bing of! a share of the diamond final inning when Lee singled rolling games of 193 and 169 fora

Other results of the same match Wednesday evening the locals title. VP-18 has only to win one home Ed Gragilla who had,stolen two-game total of 362.

included: Dan Ettinger (Admin) returned to action against Prudential of its two remaining games or second after being hit by Black- Mainside vs. NATTCenter results -
needs only a. VC-62 loss to win stock.
over Jim Ellis (NARTU, Jay Life Insurance in a city :

Maze (A) split with Al KnutsonN league tilt at. Murray Hill Park.Results 'the championship in near-record OPERATIONS split a pair of .Nu.AlrW.I"Jim SaUf'r s 203 168 154T525
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( ), Howie Harlow (N) def. Tom of the game were not time. games during the week, winningover G. Blulngr 17H 190 161 529

Cummings (A) and John ChristieA available at press time. WITH FIRST-PLACE aspira- Personnel 11-5, and then I.John. Graupmann Roberta 213 U5 144 212 161 150 450 m

( ) over Dan Home (N). tions dashed so soon in the sea- dropping an 11-7: decision to VC- Tom Totals Darcer 929 190( 906 19:1: m 851 2686 607

GEORGE DWYER, J.W.Brown son, remaining circuit members 62. The Operators' mound main- COMFADUAX I I S r.t.

and Joe Wall brought home the Table Tennis Losp .ioctissed their attention on other stay, Joe Hawkins, hurled both Ed Tom: 111111 Rlple 181 157 149 165! 147 14& 468 48.1

bacon for FAW-11 as the Fair- 2 high levels in the standings and games; Hawkins 'was tagged for W. Vollmer 129 128 l29 :JH6.
Opens Play Jaly Geo. Johnson 162 151 :oJ 521
Wingers defeated the Marines in the corresponding Ironman Tro- 12 hits by VC-62, but he was more Totals 1753 17 0 .77152 2315

three of four matches. Bob Paul With one team from each unit phy awards. effective against the cellar- 1 .

garnered the lone win for the represented in both singles and I' Jim Lee weathered a two-run dwellers as he gave up only five THE NATTCENTER Mixed

losers, and the two remaining doubles, the NATTCenter table uprising in the first inning and safeties. Doubles Bowling League stand-

matches went as a 1-1 split, tennis league, is scheduled to pitched all the way to give the VAH-1 had a highly successful. ings were shaken up a bit this

making the final match score, 4-%. I open play July 2 in the gymnasium Bluebolts the crucial victory, allowing week, winning three consecutive week when' the Depalmas moved

VA-44 dropped the FAW-11 I Building 513. the Compron crew three games to bring its record to an I into first place by taking four

club, 4-2, as Mel Gamache, Geo. Three singles matches are hits in the process. Gordon Black- even 8-8. The Attackers knockedoff from the Perkins' while the Stahls

Szabo, Jack _Rader__ and Ray.._ Chat- I scheduled and two in doubles. stock gave up only three hits for O &.R, 7-5; VA-44: 17-1:;.and were losing four to the Steve
wood paled up victories \\1 onset; received a 7-u fortes; from "omFalrJax. Varnes..

wins by the losers' J. W Brown ....- --- -- - - -.- -- - Ray Meadows notchedtwo The Kanes scored a one-game

and Bill Carrier.Pia. pt.. I g5fi.; --l more wins on the hill for the high of 396 and vacated the cellar

Tram Wes Lois rrt. I llth-placers. by taking four from the D.
STAR Gl/ 1 MBC UALL'Y1National
Administration 35} 12'4 :.740NARTU JELL ,! Standings as of Tuesday (a.m..), Varnes. Other sweeps includedthe
28i 13 i .679
Hospital 2.1 13 .639 American June 19 are: Boatwrights 4-0 win over the
Jo'uroD 109 M 16 ,619 i League League Gams
Comli'alrJax 2'J U .611 Teen W L rd. }sehladVC O'Neals, Paris' over the Padgetts,

Fasron.1 s 21'23' 141 :.501VAII .560VC62 1 v lb2bv-4 62 12 1: 1.857. 51,1 the Astons over the Greenwoodsand

161! 131" ..550VA44y : VA.1'l3 10( 3 .769 7 the Lancasters over the Per-
.Fiscal 34 n 2222,s .3x99 9 4 .750 7%
: t VA.44ea 11. .73.1 kins'.
A-I72 5 18% .229 Operations 11 4 .733 7 Marge Perkins topped the loop's
FAW.l1 11 43 .204 VA.172 10
Marines 4 3:1: .111 I 3b'I JI VW'. 9.4 ..691 8 women bowlers with a 455 series
Hospital 9 .692 8
I "1 1I Jo'anon 109 8 T ,53..1 10 for the week and Al Depalma led...
FLIERS' FLAILINGSOnly ss V AII.1 8" .5(1) 30VF.173 the men with a 529 series. A new
I : 6 6 .500 10J
two percentage points I Ifl "1 NARTU 7 7 .500 IO3sVF171 team mark was set by the Lan-

separated outfielders Ray Hayes .*.". f 1 Comm. 7 7 8 .467.438 11DOQ 11 casters: who fired a series of 1,063.
and Jerry Harvey for the lead in 6 9 .4fi) 12vp.16 The standings:
the Jax Fliers' batting race this I Cf- 'ti 4 9 1141 ]2o
.... I II .II R. 13Suppl Ikpalmieam W L Pet.
U" .750Boatwrlzhtl
week statistics 4 10 .286 ]3o'AJoTU
on compiled )
I -.rf t tI } : 3 11 .214 H 11 9 .68RSauer
through thtFlkn' first 36 games, VA-45 3 11 .214 H, 8 4 .667
I 3 U 15 S. Varnci 12 8 .600Stahls -
Fasron 8 .2110
including those with Fort Gordon. ..56.9
9 7
C. PersonnelComFairJax 0 13; .000 11
I 1I 1t 1
Pitcher Ron Syme has the -. -, 0 16 ..000' 181;>> Blesslngers; 9 7 .56.1
I II Fosters 9" .5 D
team's highest average, .326, but I I PadKettS 11 9 .
Dausrhs 8 8 .500
has been at bat only 34 times. : Name Base Il I II WEATHER' OUTLOOKFriday Paris' 8 8 .5OO
Player Aft H JUSI A'.. Astons 8 8 .:.500DotthofS
I Partly cloudy with 8 8.500:
lfayees 15500 48 J 3) I Lancaster 8 8 .500
Harvey 151 48 40 ..318nLu - ? ---------------J scattered thundershowers. Greenwood 6 10 .375

cam 161 19 19: :.22Pemberton The 1956 All-Star baseball classic -will be played at Griffith Saturday Continued cloudy O'Neals Kanes 5 5 11 11 .313..313

135 35 17 ,259 Stadium in Washington, D.C. July 10. If you want to nominate your with thundershowers Perkins 6 14 .300
Sakelaa 107 48 21 13 ..252liasillere favorite American League and National League player, excluding ; warm. D. Varnes IMMVim'.USTATISTICS 4 12 .250

38 12 9 ::5 8 .,250Jankunss .2315Tenerowlcl pitcher, for the game, simply fill out the above ballot and forward Sunday Cloudy, scattered Men's Ind. HI Ave.-Greenwood, 172.
; 66 14 9 .212 to: Sports Editor Armed Forces Press Service, 250 West 57th St.; thundershowers and Women's Ind. Ill Ave.-Parts, 131.
Joyce 3.1.7 5 ..212Moyer New York 19, N. Y. The voting officially opened June 1 and close warm. Men's Ind Ill Game-Foster, 233.

.79 84 n It :.0J 3113.Slater at the local level (AFPS) on midnight June 22. AFPS will tally the Men's Women's Ind.Ind.Ill Ill Series Game-Foster.Padgett.555.: 179.

Wlnatt'ad1: e 3 ..171nUire votes and submit them to the of flee of Baseball. Commissioner Ford Gossip is like grapefruit, it has Women's Ind. lit Series-Perkins! 455.

f :1M 26 2 1 .103,0'i6 I Fricfc. to be juicy to be good. High lllrt Team Team Serlel-LIInt'uter.Came Padgetts., 308 1.063.





21 June 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven 't,

FlierS Face r- TIITT LantFlt Swimming Meet

WesconnettSaturday Slated Here Next Week

Entries for the Atlantic Fleet Swimming Meet to be

held at NAS Jacksonville next Wednesday and Thursdaywere

The Wesconnett entry of the moving: slowly this week, but meet directors still ex-

North Florida baseball league pect some 60 to 70 top-notch pool and lanknien to enter

provides 'the local opposition for before the opening date.

Jax Navy's Fliers in a single Athletic officer Lt.'Dave Barks- in each event will be held in the .

game Saturday after the previously dale of ComFairJax, host for the two morning sessions and the finals

scheduled weekend slate with : event, stated earlier this week will be run off in the afternoon 1

NAS Glyijco was cancelled f that both ComAirLant, and 1955 : and evening heats. One final
Manager Frank McCaffrey will champion FMFLant were definitely event, the 1,500 meter distance

call on Lefty Jim B or off to do planning to field teams in the swim, is slated Wednesday morning -

the flinging against the visitors tourney. .

who are currently perched_ top 4k THE FLEET MARINE Force The public is invited to attend

,of the sandlot loop. piled up 198 points in last year's all sessions of the meet, which is

Then the Fliers will take to meet to outpace four other At- i being held at Price Natatorium in

the road early next week for a lantic Fleet opponents. ComAir- NATTCenter. _
two game clash with Donaldson Lant, another 1955 entry, finished .

AFB in North Carolina, a team fourth with 54 points.

the locals have not met this sea The Navy tournament will receive StorekeepersTop

4r t some officiating help from

son.LAST WEEK WAS a tough one civilians of the downtown Jack- H'Tossers

for Jax Navy with the ? sonville City Recreation Department -

losing three'of its four CHAMPS Belated basketball honors Tourney officials are also
seven gentlemen above, this week almost Aviation Storekeepers, with
hopeful that Florida State Uni-
two them the
of by, one won the Mai25id Basketball UUe In a nine straight wins top the NATT-
The Fliers started the : by playoff games. Front row (left to right) versity swimming coach. Dim Center horseshoes league after
dropping two at Fort and Jim Basiliere holding: Main-Ode Stults, will be on hand once againto
5-3 and 5.4 with trophies. Back row: John Kroh, Dick Smith act as referee. two weeks of play. -.
Cecil Jones. The Ilospitalmen lost out which got into action for
SESSIONS OF the meet will
Jankunis and Bob
for the All-Station intramural the first time last week, swept all
decisions start at 1000 1330 and 1930. Trials
ping the on ,
three from Marine Aviation -
Then Jacksonville .Detachment

home to play its, Last week's results:

tive Friday marathon ( AGO-X ((3)), AE-2 (0))-Simmons -

ning fray with Fort / defeated Beaty, :21-7, 21-9;

the locals lost, 43.. DeMarco defeated Pickett, 6.21,
tled the Fliers' to a turned 21-7, 21-13; Gose won by forfeit.
the same number of three-
.r NavAlrWeaps-2 ((2), AE-1 (1)-)

Friday on the Foster defeated Gallant, 21-19 21. ...
THE FLIERS 11; Fosbenner (AE) defeated Zie-

day for their lone Ted Gis- genhagen, 3-21, 21-4, 21.5; Frantz
week, setting the defeated licit, 21-6, 218.
with their fifth loss in -
a 45 in NavAirWeaps-1 ((2)), AGO-1 ((1))
94. Ron Syme was fol' AO -NAWS UnbeatenIn -Sauers defeated Lazarus, 21-12,
ed 10 Gordon hits to '
46, and 21-7; Roberts defeated Weaver,
fourth triumph in his
the Ce- 21-17, 21-10; Hall (AGO) defeated -
outings. The loss was Center Softball Rotter, 21-15, 7-21, 2119.
Karl Dutt who also
safeties. laurels AK (3)), MAD (Fegenbush)

Friday's extra ( ) Ryder, Jim Crandall's homer one-hit and 10-strikeout pitching kept defeated Black, 21.5, 21-6, Harris

was hung"on Boroff a 39; Aviation brdnancemen atop the NATTCenter softball league witha defeated Wright, 18-21, 21.8, 21-0;"

be the Fliers' hard l 41; and 3.1 victory over the Support Splinters last week. Curry defeated Carter, 21-8, 21-4.

this The 45. Also undefeated were the Na- AO ((2)), AN-P ((1))-Monroe defeated -
year. big mark with for
bf St. ting a .423 average
val Air Weapons System School Stanley, 21-13, 21-1; Stevens -
eight walked
up '
the while first baseman
open. (AN-P) defeated 21-16
Missilemen who with Eck ,
came a
struck out four up
three Tom Teffey got a double and. a
21.11 Clenthscale defeated Gardner
ing the entire 14' on the victory. single for the winners.ADMINISTRATION. I 21.8; 21-7.

His mound near JERRY ANUZEWSKI and Cal broke into ,
AE-2 ((3) SupSplinters ((0))
Don Hammen and on the Young, with two for three, helpedthe the second-half win column witha forfeit. -
who came on in the following Ordnancemen against the
pair of victories last week. A .
up 10 hits to Flier at the St. Splinters. Earlier in the week the triple by Jack Broderick with the

walking eight and Middle- Blockbusters bunted in eight bases loaded and Jamie Kilpat- Club

number. Marston Instruction'I''i NATT- runs with an assist by Crandall's rick's two hits helped defeat Avi- Sailing

two stanzas and was double in the third to edge out a ation Storekeepers, 121. I

BOTH TEAMS scrappy Aviation Electrician's Mickey McClcndon's homer and Elects OfficersComdr.

score in the 10th I Franklin team 94. Doze Mills' hitting and pitching,

regulation play ended at I Bob Crow's three-hit pitching plus Dick Nelson's two-bagger, Robert Woodside of
No. 1 Training Facilities at the Naval
finally broke kept NavAlrWeaps ahead with a gave Administration a win over
innings later when ) I 9-1 victory over Airman Preps. Support Splinters, 111. Air Technical Training Center,

Dick Hoffman walked : idle. Jack Roberts continued his hit- The Aviation Electrician Sparks was elected commodore of the
gone stole second and es: Brat halt winners, eased by newly] organized Jair Navy Snfl..
John Shaw's Airman Preps, 9.7. ing
field. Tam W L Tel.AU Thomas Knowles of NAS Operations -
School I 0 1p+0AE.i
Flier vs. Gordon line : was chosen vicecommodore. -
School f' 4 1 1;WqNarAVDet
Gdn. .
100 000 100 100 I 3 2 .600 Secretary is Maurice Riddle
Jax 000 020 000 100 : AGO School :3 2 .6(0 and assistant secretary is Lowell
SupSpllnt.ra 2 3 .4(0Ar.2 ..
Hammen, Marston School 2 3 :.4io Maneval, both of Marine Aviation
Administration 2 4 .3.13
D'Annolfo; Boroff and AK School 0 a .lrJ() Detachment.
AN-I' School 0 6 .000
(12)), SOCIAL DIRECTOR is Capt.

Jar Gordon no 100 024 300 Braves Home Next Thomas Mooney, also of MAD.

Civilians attached to Naval Air
Slater.Dutt and D'Annolfo; With Dodgers, TigersThe Station activities have been invited -

Macon Dodgers and Augus to join the club, which will
'ta's Tigers provid the// Sally hold a meeting this (Thursday)

SPORTS League opposition for the Jack- afternoon at 1615, in Building 501,

sonville Braves next week when Room 201.About .

the locals return for a week of 20 sailing enthusiastshave

: ball games in the home lumber- expressed desire for boats
yard. and a boating club so far.
For Week of June
Baseball The Dodgers open the home OBJECTIVES of the club were
: Jax Fliers
stand with a four-day series be- outlined last week. They include
connett of the
ginning June 25, and the Tigers provisions to experience and ap
League, June 23 at 1430
Field Jax come in Friday, June 29 to wind preciate the pleasures of sailing;
; Fliers at !
AFB up the stand with games on the further sailing as a competitivesport
June 26 and 27. '
Golf; Jax Fliers 29th, the 30th and July 1. Then in the Navy; provide means
AFB the Braves hit the pavement for sailing competition not only
here, June 22.
again for NAS units but also between
eight days. among
Swimming: : : ;
: 2'd;
Swim i: < Local weekday single games Service units and civilian
Tourney at
ville June SAY Ann Cooper, Crackerjax third begin at 2000 and doubleheadersstart fleets; further the interest and
27-28, daily the tar on a sliding Scout baseninner dur- at 1830; Sunday single con- capabilities of Naval personnel in
1330 and 1930, at -NAS Scout Troop 131 fracas last
ter tests get to the post at 1500 and small boat handling and Harnln-
indoor pool. said this fellow was safe. The Scouts went
Judo: Classes of 16-2, avenging: a loss of a year ago.; twin bills begin at 1330. ship.

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1Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 21 June 1956

,1F &mmliI -Ti- i1t""oIiIi \ 1 RatingContinued,

( from l'a&e'1): ) ,

FOR RENT credit point toward outstanding

Will share apt. with married personnel, enhancing their pro _

couple or working girl. 2312 motion chances.

Myra ,St. EV 7.3636 (before "."" IT WILL ALSO select outstand-

1100)). Stanley. "
ing personnel for promotion, to

3-3 rm. turn apt. .563 CollegeSt. \ warrant or commissioned status;

EL 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. select personnel for special pro

Harrison. grams,'projects and courses of instruction .

1 rm. furrf. apt. $28. 563 College ; encourage awards 'of

St. EL 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. the Good Conduct Medal; provido

I ,Harrison. standards for honorable dis

P-' 4 rm. furn. apt. $60. 563 College charge; provide minimum aver-

"look of ft" this, way-I'll beat St. EL 5-6914 or EL 6-9258. .... ... ages indicating desirability for

sea most of the time!" Harrison.. reenlistment; reduce the 'rate of

incompetency and indicate the
Priv. furn. apt. 628 Rosselle St., ;

Five Points. EL 5-6141. Tilden. J1' .' propriety of early separation by
M LM administrative discharge.

3 bdrm. furn. hsc. 2-car gar. Or- TIGER AT SEA One of the Navy's newest Jets the
tega Farms. EV 9-1467. Grumman F11F-1 lifer takes position on the deck edge eleva- performance willbe
3 rm. upper furn. apt. 2511 ForbesSt. tor of the aircraft carrier Forrestal in preparation for a trip to rated as: (a) extremely effective
the carrier's hanger deck during recent operations off the Atlantic and reliable, works well on
., Riverside. $40. EV 73935.
George. Coast. his own-rate 4.0 or 3.8; (b) highly .

effective and reliable
3 bdrm. hse. unfurn. 4746 Sussex needs

Ave. EV 85967. Bagube. I ony limited supervision, rate 3.6
IIdPl YA'KlidW/ or '3.4; (c) effective and reliable,
Furn. apt. 2984 Green St. Ext. .
needs occasional supervision
8153 or EV 8-4447 (after"1800)),
Hester. .I MCftE ARE ANSUJggfi TO THffQOeSTOHS 3.2 or 3.0; (d) adequate but needs

SERVICEMEN 1NmER' routine supervision, 2.8 or 2.6j; (e)
1 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $70. 2 bdrm. fAMIUES ASK THE VETERANS

v unfurn. apt. $80. 2580 RiversideAve. - -....-- ,-ADMINISTRATION EVERY DAY... C, inadequate, needs constant super
vision 2.0 2.6.
Inquire Apt. 2. Cowart.
(By Armed Forces Press Service)
1 rm. in priv. home. 2844 Chero $500. MILITARY BEHAVIOR: (a}) always -

kee Circle W. EV 81433. Hare. Q-I am a veteran drawing a Q-I understand that Korea acts in the highest traditionsof

3 bdrm. hse. PinewoodRd. VA pension, and I have just been the 4.0 b will-
$90. 4634 veterans in school have the rightto Navy or 3.8; ( )
., Lakeshore. Available July married. Will my income ceilingfor finish their semesters if their ingly follows commands and reg-

15. Ext. 213 or EV'9-0631 (after the year be the $1,400 that entitlement runs out after they ulations, 3.6 or 3.4j; (c) conformsto

1700.). applies to single veterans or the have reached the half-way poiqt Navy standards, 3.2 or 3.0; (d)

8 rm. hse. $110. Write A. J. $2,700 for veterans with dependents of the semester. Does the same usually obeys commands and regulations

Brown, PO Box 946, Ft. Myers, ? privilege apply to veterans taking 2.8 'or 2.6j; (e) dislikes

.- .. Florida. A-The income you received on-the-job training under the Korea and flouts authority, 2.0 or 10.
FOR SALE while single will be subject, on
MARVELOUS MARA A GI, Bill? Leadership and supervisory
pin-up you can't pin down is 3 bdrm. hse. 5105 Banshee Ave. a prorated basis, to the $1,400 A-No. Under no circumstances -. ability: (a) gets the most out of

4 curvy Mara Corday. Mara, reported $700 down. CO 4-5432. Thomson limit, while your income for the entitlement be his men, 4.0 or 3.8; Cb) handles
among; the most photographed same year after marriage will may ex-
men very effectively, 3.6 or 3.4;
tended for veterans
women in Hollywood, 2 bdrm. hse. Low GI be subject also prorated to taking on- i
equity, $43 (c) gets good results from, his
will shortly be seen as the female the-job training under the KoI I
lead in Universal's "Raw mo. payments. Inquire at 5412 the $2,700 ceiling rea GI Bill. men, 3.2 or 3.0; (d) usually gets

Edge" The film is In technicolor Marcia Circle. EV 7-5164. Q-If a veteran runs out of en- ; adequate results, 2.8 or 2.6j; (e)

all the better to see Sakotur. titlement while he's taking a correspondence Q-Are peacetime veterans en- poor supervisor, 2.0 or 1.0.
3 bdrm. hse. Nr. NAS and Cecil course under the Korea titled to "wheelchair: housing"
I Military appearance: (a) im
$2500 equity, $82 mo. 5804 Cedar GI Bill, are there any ,pro grants, if they meet the eligibility pressive, wears Navy uniform
Mara.MOVIES Oaks Dr. EV 81205. Willis. visions for extending his entitle requirements pf the law? Or is
with pride 4.0 3.8 b) smart
.or ; ( ,
6 apt. h. e. with property. River- ment to the end of the course? the benefit limited to war' veterans neat and correct in appearance, .

side. EV 91836. Graham. A-If he has completed more ?
3.6 or 3.4; (c) conforms to Navy
Thursday, June :21 2 bdrm. C.B.S. hse. $49 mo. pay- than half the course he has enrolled Veterans of either peace standards of appearance, 3.2 or

Mainside Proud and Profane ment. 5255 Camille Ave. EV in, his GI training may time or wartime service may 3.0; passable, sometimes carelessin
9-8680. Roberts. be extended to the end of the qualify,' if their .ervlte. eon.
(color drama): Deborah Kerr, appearance, 2.8 or 2.6j; (e) no
William Holden. 2 bdrm. C.B. hse.; yr old. $7,500. particular course unit or for netted disabilities are such that credit to the Naval service, 2.0

NATTCenter Congo Cross EV 73025. Crawford. nine weeks-whichever is less. they can't get about withoutthe fa 10.

ing (color adv. drama): George 1953 Mobile Cruiser. 2 bdrm. $3- Q-I'm planning to convert my aid of wheelchairs, crutches: Adaptability: (a) gets along ex-

Nader, Virginia Mayo. 300. 5841 Ortega Farms Blvd. WWII term insurance policy to a \ or braces. '
ceptionally well, promotes good
Francisco. permanent plan. May I convert e i .
Hospital Emergency Hospital morale, 4.0 or 3.8; (b) gets along
(drama): Margaret Lindsay, 1952 Howard hse. trailer. 1 bdrm. just part of it, rather than the very well with others, contributesto
$2695. RA 44626. Stevenson. whole amount?
Walter Lindsay. TassopoulosHeads good morale, 3.6 or 3.0j; (c) a
Hse. trailer. $6500. EV 92638. A-Yes. You convert
Friday, June 22 may good shipmate, helps morale, 3.2
Mainside Swamp Woman 1951 Royal Spartanette house part of your Insurance-not less or 3.0; (d) gets along adequatelywith
trailer. 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. I than in oft
(drama):"Beverly Garland, Marie $1,000, multiples Safety others, 2.8 or 2.6; (e) a mis-
Windsor. Azalia Trailer Pk., Lot 122. I fit, 2.0 or 1.0.

NATTCenter Proud and Pro Larimore.MISCELLANEOUSWanted Council HereSpero t .

fane (color drama): Deborah v
rider from Riverside area Tassopoulos, safety engi HurricaneContinued
Kerr, William Holden:: i'
to NAS. IIrs: 0730-1600. EV neer of the Naval. Air Technical
Hospital Congo Crossing I ( from Page 1)
8-1433 or Ext. 8244. Hare. Training Center, was reelected
(color adv. drama): George Na v. third "Connie"
and number fouris
Would like a couple or woman to r r s chairman of the Federal Safety
.der, Virginia Mayo.Saturday to be ferried here on July 1.
drive Calif.
help to Leaving Council for the Jacksonville area "
June 23 around July 5 or 6. EV 85259. at a meeting held Friday at In addition, six P2V Neptune
Mainside-Werewolf (drama) DeLack. ;; '. NATTCenter headquarters. bombers will also be utilized:

Steve Ritch, Joyce Holden.. ,". this
Riders wanted from Southside Reelected as vice-chairman was Early week, VW-4 sent

NATTCenter Swamp Woman Estates to NAS. Hrs: 0700 ,y 1 Charles D. Able, Naval Air Sta- aloft its first plane to be stationed -
s. t
(drama): Beverly: Garland, Marie at San Juan P. R. Each
1530. Contact Ella Jones, Shop tion safety superintendent.The year a

04 Windsor. 6252, Power. Plant Division. organization aims to reduce detachment is based on the islandto
Hospital Proud and Profane .
expedite location
reaching suspicious -
and to minimum the frequency
)keep a
William(color drama Holden.): Deborah Kerr, Chess Tournament '. .0, of accidents which resultin $ in the Caribbean.

Action CommencesNine manpower and monetary losses A rotation schedule of 60 daysis
Matinees set for about 18 enlisted
to the Federal Government. up
Kiddie matinee Saturday June matches were run off
personnel who comprise the
Among those attending were
the NATTCenter chess
Monday as
23,1400 Jungle Manhunt (adventure
; Lt. C. R. Gilbert, NAS Security; ground maintenance crew, however
tournament in the Enlisted
drama), Also King Midas Jr.
William H. Haire, U. S. Post Office each plane and crew are relieved -
V color Recrea on Lounge, Building ,
( comedy)
593. Y Y ; N. L. Jordan, Naval Fuel Depot every 12 to 14 ,days.
: Thirty-four players were en
Mainside movie: 1800 2000. Sunday
o tered. ; P.. S. Williams, Corps) of En- Only 35 mile per hour winds

and holidays-1400 also. Opening results gineers; C. R. Owens, NAS; H. W. developed from the year's first
NATTCenter movie: 1400, 1800, : suspicious blow which stirred
Braun Tallahassee H. S. King on
Stair AE, defeated Officer, AK, vs y5'q ; ,
2000.Hospital: 1900 only. 2-0; Shoemaker, AE, defeated U. S. Customs; G. S. Duckworth, June 13 about 200 miles east of
NAS and R. C. Bulford U. S. New Orleans.
Gottfried, AK, 2-0; Garrity, Nav- ; .
Post Office. Investigation the second area,
AirWeaps, defeated Harwell, AN-
some 600 miles northwest ,of San
Jax Talent P, 2-0; Warner, NavAirWeaps, defeated -
A American Juan
young girl travel was made enroute to San
Frazier AN-P 2-0 Paulk,
y y (Continued from Page 1)) NavAirWeaps, defeated Brackett, ing in Europe found herself in Juan by a VW-4 PV Neptune

Cove Springs; U. S. Coast Guard, Germany,.unable to speak a wordof flying there as the first reconnais-
AN-P, 2-0; Bass, AGO, defeated
Jacksonville; Marine Aviation De- NANCY'S INCIDENTALS their language and feeling rather sance detachment of 1956. It
Blair AK CoppeHino SS
; ,
tachment, NATTCenter; Navy Recruiting Nancy Gates hasn't made a lost and unhappy. As she proved to be only heavy rains.
defeated Waters, MarAvDet, 2-0
; movie lately at Columbia Pictures
i crossed a street she sneezed and Last the "Hurricane
Office, Jacksonville; year Hunt.
Singleton, AE; defeated Denning, but that doesn't make
Navy Fuel Depot; and Industrial NavAirWeaps, 21. her less interesting Nancy Is the policeman said, "Gesundheit; ers" made 76 reconnaissance

Manager, Jacksonville. 5' S" and has dark brown eyes. The girl turned, threw her arms flights, a total of 747 flight hours.

Those interested in trying out before July 18, to the Special She hails from Dallas Texas, about his neck and cried hap- Aircraft made 32 low level pene-

are requested to submit their Services Officer, Building 930, and and Is It's single.distributed She weighs in exactly 113 pily, "Oh, you can speak English trations and during 31 radar

names through their command NAS Jax. the right places. !" flights, recorded 241 eye fixes.