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Jax air news
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i ,":" '.: VF-43ParIicipatingINavyFirs.:

I L 9k .. Air-To-Air Gunnery Competition '


Five Navy jet pilots of NAS Squadron 114 of Cherry Point, Wis.; Ltjg( ) Harold N. Weliman,
I I' Jacksonville-baaed Fighter i North Carolina. Denver, Colo.; and Ltjg) Charles

Squadron 43 will vie for Naval Fighter Squadron 43, a unit of J Conrad, of Valde, Texas.

t., Aviation's'top gunnery honorsin Carrier Air Group Four, is headedby Representing the Pacific Fleet .,

'," ,. the first All-Navy Air-to- Comdr. Thomas N. Coppedg Air Force will be VF-211, VF-112, -
Air Gunnery Meet at NAAS Jr., and is current holder of the (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)Mourningiadges

El Centro, California. )laval Aviation News "Dew Jug" ..
Scheduled to take place June I award, awarded for Outstanding

41t 6"I 27.28, the match will be held at gunnery.
El Centro's Fleet Air Gunnery The squadron will fly F9F-8 '
Unit and will pit three Atlantic Cougars as will VMF-114, while Appear In Honor .

..:tIN -,... _-__ -.-. ......-,--4J----... Fleet Squadrons against three swept-wing FJ-3 "Furies" will be
like Pacific units. The six teams flown by VF33.IN Of Admiral KingBlack
Calif today are these five VF-43 pilots chosen after stiff Atlantic were picked after weeks of In mourning badges are
Fleet competition to represent Commander Air Force, Atlantic ter-Fleet competition.THE Coppedge, the other VF-43 pilots
Fleet In the first All-Navy Air-to-Air Gunnery Meet. Left to right, OTHER TWO Atlantic are: Ltjg( ) Donald J. Sommer, being worn by all Naval offi-
standing:, are LtJg( ) Harold Wellman; Ltjg( Don Sommer; Ltjg( Fleet entries are, VF-33, based at a.native of Narberth, Pa.f Ltjg( ) cers in uniform, in honor of _
Charles Conrad; Ltjg( ) Demetrio*. Verich; and seated, Comdr. Oceana, Va., and Marine Fighter Demetrio A. Verich of, Laona, Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King,
Thomas Coppedge Jr., skipper. whose death occurred Mondayat

the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth

New Hampshire.The .
3-inch wide sleeve band '

will continue to be worn until

Jt1.X sunset Friday, on order Of Secretary -
of the Navy Charles,S.
Thomas. Many officers are
wearing them for the first time.
The passing of Adm. King
brought to a close the career of

Jacksonville Flo. 28 June 1956 one of the nation's most cap
VOL-14 No. 14 U. S. N. A. S. ,
able and distinguished officers.

I "i+ As Commander, Chief and
Over 5,000 Six Internes Chief of Naval Operations dur
ing World War II he fulfilledhis
Finish Tour tremendous responsibilityOf
'56 GradsAt command and direction of
the greatest Naval force the
HospitalSix world has ever known. For the

Center Navy medical corps lieutenants past ten years he was a key
who have been interningat figure in the planning and development

More than 6,000 temporary the Naval Hospital Jacksonvillefor of the present Navy.

Jacksonville citizens have the past year, will receive
come and gone since January certificates'of interneship at 1300 '
1, ''according to figures re- Friday in a ceremony to be held Free 'Skinny
leased today by the Naval Air in the office of Capt. Benjamin N.

Technical Training Center 6'r Ahl, commanding officer.' From Hideout
here. : S,yv: pt Qv: The six reported here in July
The figures represent graduatesof 1955. Since that time they have
the six schools at the Training ,;,t been following a rotating interne-: In 'Copter

Center-Aviation Ordnancemen, ship among all departments of the
Aviation -Electricians: Aviation hospital. With the exception of If Camp LeJeune, N.C. is

Storekeepers, Airman Prepara one, Lt. Everard F. Cox who had looking for a turtle it may
tory School, Aviation Ground had previous Naval service and have lost, We have him here
Officers School and Naval Air ': 2 E d at NAS Jax.
.. .J1I1I> M will be separated into the Naval
School. E1Wil'JiJiM: : _,,. ..,w..., -
Weapons System Reserve Organization, all have Cast: Thursday a hungry and
orders to active duty effective confused turtle-its shell heavily
Electrician's Mate School Class A, received breakfast in bed from '
of the 5,054 comes from Airman Comdr. F. J. Plumer, director of training, as the 5,000th studentto June 30.Those. splotched with green zinc chro-
Preparatory School with 2,741 be graduated from the six schools at the Naval Air Technical to whom Capt. Ahl will mate paint-was lifted out of.the
graduates. This school teaches Training Center Jax since January 1. A total of 5,054 studentshas present certificates are: Lt. carburetor air duct of a helicopterfrom
Marine and Wave personnel the been graduated since that time.
Camp LeJeune, N.C. by an
Howard Dale Brown who is to report -
fundamentals of aviation'ratings. to the Second Marine Divi- aircraft mechanic attached to the
Of the advanced schools, Avia In 33 Rates Overhaul and Repair's preserva-
P03 Exams sion, Fleet Marine Force, Camp
tion Electricians has the largest
LeJeune, N.C.; Lt. James Eugene tion shop in Hangar 123.
total with 693, followed by Avia
Glenn, who will report to the IN THE BRIGHT Florida sunlight -
tion Ordnancemen, 688; Aviation Naval Hospital, Philadelphia; Lt. the turtle blinked. So did
Storekeepers, 409 Aviation Set Four Times
; YearlyA
Charles Lynn Paschall and Lt. George Glover. For until he had
Ground Officers, 347; Naval Air
John Arthur Winter, both of opened it, the small duct, hardly
Weapons System School, 176. shortage of third class petty officers has prompted the! whom are ordered to the Naval larger than the 4-inch turtle him-
Included in the list foreign
are Navy to announce two additional servicewide competitive! Hospital, Bethesda, Md. for addi self, had been tightly sealed.
from the Netherlands
students ., examinations for pay grade E-4 each May: and November, tional instruction in psychiatry; The HOS aircraft had been
Argentina and Brazil., Uraguay, Japan, Canada in addition to those held each February and August. and Lt. Gus Joseph Prosch, Jr., flown in for overhaul June 7. The

Those who pass the May exams who will report to the Navy Re- duct was opened two weeks later.
recommissioned in January will be promoted Aug. 16, while rates for the exams are as follows. cruiting Station, Nashville, Tenn. How, long had the emaciated rep-
was ,
o 1951, 83,735 students have been those passing the November ex Nov. 21 GS3, CT3, AQ3, GF3, The Hospital expects to receivesix tile, which had instantly been ,
graduated. ams will be promoted Feb. 16. The QM3, RD3, MR3, DT3, IC3, CE3, more internes sometime this named "Skinny", been aboard?
first extra P03 exam will be held (Please tarn to Page 8, Col. 5)) week. How had he managed to survive?
iWEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Nov. 21 for 33 rates, including a How had he even got into the
number of newly-activated emer- duct, unless by crawling through .
Partly cloudy scat gency service rates.STRENGTHENING. a connecting 4-inch hose which

tered. thundershowers in afternoon the third inconceivably had been left looseon

class level should have a similar the ground at some earlier
Saturday Continued cloudy effect in numbers of higher overhaul?

with thundershowers. I grades as 'well, although no ad IF SKINNY KNEW, he wasn't
Sunday Cloudy, scattered ditional exams are planned for AF I IS talking. Let the Marines at Camp
thundershowers in
afternoon. the top grades, the Navy said. It LeJeune answer, if they can.
will also permit promotions to sn: 'txJriX' :: Skinny's one interest was the

Early Deadline For pay grade E-4 of newly eligible grass and water provided by the
personnel about three months men of Shop 2239 who had liber

Air News Next Week earlier than otherwise. ated him.

Unit public information 'and Qualifications for promotion in It is thought that Skinny may i
certain service have kept alive on a few insects
service information officers are new emergency
reminded that copy and photos rates have not yet been estab- and drops of rainwater filtered

for next week's issue of the lished, but. personnel will be ex- through the hose connections into
Jax Air News must be submit. amined on the basis of the E-4 the duct. But no one reallyknows

ted Monday.. No copy will be general service rate exam. How- and the miracle of Hangar
accepted on Tuesday. ever, they will be scored on the dy : 123 will continue to give pauseto
basis of service the men who work there.
Press will be emergency
since the day normal Tuesday day of, rates, in order. to eliminate any _..._.';.... .... __.raW..,_' ""'{,. ._ _. m.no_....__ Meanwhile Skinny has been
Wednesday falls on a legal competitive unfairness which FLYING TURTLE-"Skinny", the flying turtle who picked turned loose a free and Independent
might arise. a helicopter to make the flight to Jax from his native haunts at turtle once again, In the
holiday. The Jax Air News will LeJeune N.C. sticks his neck out after being liberated by
THE TWO EXTRA exams will Camp wooded area along the river bordering
appear as scheduled on Thurs George Glover, aircraft mechanic at Overhaul and Repair Depart- the Naval Air Station
day, July 5. apply to those seeking advance- ment's preservation shop. Glover found him in the carburetor box
ment of pay grade E-4 only. The I which had been sealed at least a month and maybe longer. Jacksonville.F' .

-. .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 June {
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Nursery r Reveals VAH-1. Fasron 109, VW-4, Fasron 6 RI oat I rI

: J1NULLGW3 SIMmer VacanciesThe
I Scouting :Squadrons
Station Nursery has announced -
Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine Activities at Naval Air that there are now

Station Jacksonville. Florid NAS. JuksoaUls vacancies: existing- the Nur VAII-l good time llats are off to tj

Capt. William S. Harris ,---, -. Commanding Officer sery's summer program for Bkywarrior population is in-. recreation committee, whose ]
Comdr.. John N. hers ExecuUv: Officer: creasing. VAH-1 received two additional ha
in the
children age group ranging work played a big part in
Fleet Mr JaakiaaUla inakii
Rear Adm. Pelbert S. CornweU Commander from one to six years>Thereare A3Ds within this past,! this picnic: the huge success
Cart Richard U Greene Wet ol Stall also openings in the school week. These latest arrivals, raise I Leo Jackson, SN, returned it wf
Fleet Alt Wag Elena to fr
Capt Doreen F. IfcLeodComdr. Commander age group. the squadron total seven.Ensigns the yeoman short course
: Richard Davis Chief Stall Officer of 1
summer Crohn Richard.
The Nursery's program Max struction at Bainbridge
Naval Air Tetanic TraUlaf Center Maryh
Cap Henry C. DeLonr; Commanding Officer which is available to all Lagdon, and Jacob Orenaky, after. .
Edward W. BUhop .,......._,.._.- KxecuUv!: oN..l personnel! (civilian or military) five months of bombardier and navigation

Capt. Benjamin N. AM HHplta CammandlnK Officer attached: to the Naval Air Station I school at Sanford, have. 'Merry Widow'on
Capt. U A. Newton KxecuUt!: Officer has rates off 1.20 per day, returned to the squadron for duty. ,

,. Laurence F. Steffenhagen _KABTUComdr. Commanding Officer Including lunch. LtJg) Leonard Knier and LtJg Starlight Stag|

Th JAX AIR NEWS U pubtlihed-weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. ( ) Nicholas Oalkey. Jr., will be
Jacksonville. Florida. and- printed commercially with non-auproprtatnl fundsat Finn Takes Honors heading for the separation center Opening
BO expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-35, Her.Nor. I July 5
194X Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the At Ordnance. School this week. Also making the trip is
Naval Air Technical Center, Naval Air Training Unit and the I
\ Training Reserve. William (Pudgy) Adams, AM3; "The Merry Widow"
U. S. Naval Hospital. j Roger Finn, AOAN, of Tony secor
Service Information Officer-Lcdr. T. P. Morgan: I Wise., ,was the honor student Iq I James Gruber, PN3; and Norman offering of the Starlight Theat
Editor -Andrew )I. Planer last week's graduating class fromAviation Hammond, AM3. season, will star Victoria Sherr
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, nil. ; Marlon Cz'acraft, i 1, 1 Ralph Herbert and Glenn
J02r; Nancy Ward JO3. Ordnanceman School, Dun'
The JADE AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.AFTS Class A Jit NATTCenter.He Fa ron 109 when it opens Thursday July
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe ,
All hand .f Fa ron 109 and for a three-night run at Jackso
written permission CI f Armed Forces Press Service. Republlcatlo of other has been ordered to NAAS,
matter except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of their families had a wonderful ville's new ball park. I
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS Cabanniss Field, Corpus Christ!,
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions tune at the squadron'picnic which Miss Sherry, leading lady of tt|
Texas for
ssis. 21' and 81C4. duty. was held June lea at New KlngsleyBeach. St. Louis Municipal Opera, Pitt

i burgh Civic Opera and Kans

r;, I\t The squadron welcomed aboard City Starlight Theatre is al<|

..SI/U// / ar.* .4, Y ,itF44h4 the following men; Harold D. Coffee resident leading lady of the wiri
y h1A ter theatre at St.
AEAN and Robert Dickie, Petersburg.
A Jar Ralph Herbert, a leading bar

:AEAN, from NATTCenter ;
tone of the
CATHOLIC John Smith, DC3, reported for Metropolitan Opeil
s from the USS San Marcos Association and seven: other co
MMY m- 364 duty
: Sunday Mass 0800, 0900, panics in the United States a
1000 St. Edward's Chapel. Latin America also has impre
t Saturday Mass 0800. e.--... ; : + t +Mr-0t Transferred from the squadronthis sive musical comedy ar\d conceJ>
: Daily Mass, 0630. -r-- p.-- week were Charles W, Deb- background, as well. 1
0930 Mass at the nam, AOC, to the USS Randolph
: Sunday ,
dtR %,' <. / .A Y +q Glenn Burris, third of the star
.: Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction (CVA-15)), and Garland E. Lewis, of the Franz Lehar operetta,

Classes, Building 463.. DC2, to the USS Mattabesset Jeannette "MacDonald's leadin

PROTESTANTThursday 1t ? .. 1 (AOG-52)) for duty. man in "Bitter Sweet" in Chicag
June 28 P r't t. Francis L. Skrupa, AE3, USN, Dallas and Pittsburgh.Seats .

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- was transferred this week to the are now on sale for a r

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. inactive reserves after completing performances at 212 W. Ada \
Sunday, July 1 t\ his tour of obligated service. While St.; Starlight Theatre: Office ,

0800 Episcopal Communion attached to this command, Skrupa 2651 Park St; Nice House

Service, Chaplain Nickelson. Y' was an active member in the Music, Atlantic Beach and Th|
0930 Sunday School for ages squadron sports program, participating Tune Spot, San Marco.

4 through adults. in football, basketball, and Reserved seats range from

0930 Service< of Divine Wor- Softball. to $4 and general admission,

ship, Chaplain Carpenter. :. ro A.t r ke S be sold at the ball park only e I
1100 Service of Divine Wor- x VW4VW4 the nights of the performance

ship Chaplain Griffin. y s c fi Is expecting: again! No, twill be 50 cents.
1900 The United fellowship this arrival is not from the Nan .

of Protestants Building 722. Hospital. but from Patuxent River,
Get USA Fl
Md. What is it It is 22
Monday, July 2 r a WV-3
1930 Latter Day Saints' Ser- Burkhead Leaves "- Lcdr. Franklin Burk Super Constellation, the prize possession At
vice, Building 750.Tuesday (right) Navy Exchange of VW-4. This will makea Diplomas
July 3 surrenders his keys to grand total of four Super Con- 106
Post stores and shops to Squadron
1900 Episcopal Instruction Exchange ; ( ,) Charles Madeira, who nies for the Hunters.
Class, Building 563. been his assistant. Bark- The four-englned Super Conniecan June, the traditional monthOf
1930 Christian Science Service Keys To MadeiraLcdr. will report to Navy War accommodate as many as 31 brides and graduates, has

Building 750. Newport, R.L crew members and perform approximately not passed Jax Attack Squad.

.1930 Bible Study Group Franklin Burkhead, NavyExchange 20 to 22 hour nights. ron 106 unnoticed. The cap and
Building 804. Officer at NAS Jacksonville services as laundry, tailor The,Hurricane Hunters not only gown were not present but it

Thursday July 5 for the past two years.turned repairing, beauty shop gets big blows from Hurricanes was graduation day neverthe
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal over the keys of his "emporium" numerous others, the Ex but also from opposing softball less. Twenty-two men: received

All Saints' Chapel.ST. :Monday to Ltjg( ) of stocks merchandise 10,000 different teams. Tuesday, June 21, at Enterprise certificates.
LUKE'S CHAPEL Charles C. Madeira who h a ranging: Field, a big blow came when The Navy through United
(Naval Hospital, Protestant) served as- his assistant since clothing to children's toys OAR won over the Hunters 4 to States Armed Forces Institute,

Sunday July 1 1954. goods. 1. offers each person a chance to

0930 Sunday School and Burkhead will report in business of the seven Ex Two new men reported: Ensign receive that coveted high I

: Nursery to the Naval War College, Newport located at the Naval Jack V. Baird Just in from USN- school diploma. The men in

0930 Divine Worship ilL lie will remain in Jacksonville Training Center PG School Monterey, Calif; and VA-106 were ready and willing
Chaplain William A. Swets. until July 10. Hospital NAS Cecil Field, John Sassaman, AT3, in from to avail themselves. An aver
Tuesday July 3 On surrendering his command Station Green Cove Biloxi, Miss. age on-board total of 125 men
1930 Instruction Class for Burkhead and Madeira issued NAAS Mayport, NAAS S a yielding 22 graduates in a nor-

personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed joint statement saying "We Ga and NAS Jai, runs Fasron 6 mal school term makes VA-lOG

background Hospital inventoried the merchandise.counted quite an operation. The Anchorage was the site of comparable to almost a 300-400

ChapeL ,. .. the cash and.. checked 1."x the Fasron Six beer party held student high school in the aver
the other assets 01 the Exchange.The Recruits Take last Wednesday. The turn-out was age town.

Algebra Course transfer of accountability above all expectations and from VA-106 is presently stationedat

been complete as prescribed.:: Aboard DD comments heard everyone had a NAAS Mayport.
MADEIRA, whose home is
Twice A Week Harrisburg, Pa., Is a graduate Naval Air Reserve recruits

business administration fro Jax got a glimpse of their
An algebra class of high school Bad Conduct Time To Be
level is being offered by the NAS Rider College, Trenton, N.J. counterpart when they I
working for Sears, Roebuck &
Information and Education Office Thursday aboard the de-
he entered the Navy and Added To EnlistmentIn
twice a week to begin July 5. commissioned in Aug. 1952.. escort, USS McClelland.
This Is to
S course comparable
was transferred to the one day cruise was one of the
Services -
any USAFI tourse: that the subscriber Going AWOL will not have addition to the Armed
Navy in March 1955. of the 85-day out
training the lure for term
is required to pay $2 for some Naval per getting a full
: the first course. Enlisted personnel THE ORGANIZATION he which the Jacksonville sonnel that It has had in the of the man, the bill will benefit
head until the arrival next
taking this course can get one- are going through at the past if a House Armed Services the individual to the extent
of Comdr. John H. Whitener
half high school credit (recom Air Station. subcommittee bill, HR 84- of permitting him enough time
mended) by taking the end of connected with the resale program 07, becomes law to get the bad conduct mark
at NAS San Diego the cruise the
recruits he
course test, it was pointed out. For every day "over the hill", back up to the point where
operates 28 departments and shown about the ship and or spent in the honorable dis
The class is to start on JulyS brigor lost will rate an
snack bars at seven
and will be conducted Mondayand commands. Besides to take over some of the through desertion or misled because charge.
Thursday from 1800 to 2000. stations learning many of drink or disease the The Navy is mostly concerned

Eight enlisted personnel have Military personnel interested ship'8,functions, and getting I same time will be added onto with the bill since the Army

signed up for the course, and it is enrolling should contact I in the roles! played by the end of the individual's enlistment and Air Force already have

hoped that many more win enroll. Office, extension 8555 by July entitled men on board. I term. such a-measure.


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cH June 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Tree .
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Jet Pilot Traverses Pensacola Tux Route In 20-Day, tt2Q1T

865-Mile Voyage Via Intra-Coastal WaterwayWhen


Lt. Gerald Wise

i [reported to Composite .. ..rb J. n'Q J ;.b'N rr
Squadron 62 at NAS Jax : My 4

from Photo School at NAS

Pensacola last week, squadron (Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor
members, learned that all Navy libraries in the area.) -
he had done it the hard ,ari r r.i Fleet Admiral King, A Naval

way. Rather than drivingA Record: "Do the best you can with

leisurely 390 miles, he had what you have." The passing of

thupged 865 miles through one of the great men of our time

the Gulf of Mexico and the reminds us how completely his

intra-coastal waterway: to succinctly worded admonition Is '
K N yyly fI
}arrive at his new station. I 2 in keeping with the traditions we

Plans for this ambitious trip proudly celebrate next Wednes-

started in April when he day, Independence Day. It is fitting

bought a 21-foot inboard boat that we pause to reflect upon

with a 66 hp. engine. He then the lives of the men who have

purchased "about four pounds"of contributed so much to our rightto

charts and equipped the boat celebrate that holiday in our

with a small ice box, alcohol own "pursuit of happiness."
stove w This book follows Adm. King's
bunks and fishing gear.
WITH HIS WIFE Doris and pJIw career from his childhood in Ohio,

their dog ("a white cocker his graduation from the Naval
-- Academy in 1901 and his
spaniel, and don't ever take PILOT AND HIS SEA-GOING CHUGGER Gerald Wise Is shown at the in crisis -
one on a trip like this. We had 21-foot Inboard boat In which he traversed 865 miles to Jax from Pensacola, via the --I every throughwhich
hair in everything") he departed Mexico and the intra-coasUl waterway. It was a "terrific experience" for the jet pilot our country has passed in
Pensacola immediately after wife, who covered the distance In a leisurely 29 days. the years since to become the
world it is today.
graduating from the five-month they were on the intra-coastal lake they hjt>a rock, bendingthe trip, but I wouldn't want to do power
Secret War Of
aerial photo course. waterway from Tarpon Springs) shaft and cracking a pro- it with a boat any smaller than Independence: '
Details of American secret
Traveling the intra-coastal to Jacksonville. They traveled pellor. This was repaired at 21 feet," says Lt. Wise. "Good diplomacy
in England and France 1774
waterway, their first stops were only in the daytime, making Clewiston. The only other "in. weather is a necessity in a '
-1783 give clear picture of the
at Fort Walton and Panama overnight stops at Sarasota, cident": was a small fire from. 'boat that.size, and I think next a I

City. On the third day they Boca Grande, Fort Myers, the alcohol stove, which wasquickly time HI equip it with a two- wprk of Benjamin Franklin and
Silas Deane in those fateful
tied up at Carrabelle, where Clewiston, Stuart, Melbourne, extinguished. way radio. years
they spent five days waitingfor New Smyrna, and St. THE TRIP TOOK a total of A native of Tarentum Pa., when our first heros were exemplifying

calmer winds before ven- Augustine. 20 days, and the Wises figuredan Lt. Wise attended the Univer the phrase' of Adm. King.

turing into the Gulf for the Lt. Wise said the trip across average of $10 a day sity of Miami and received his Valley Forge: A thrilling account -

200-mile haul to Cedar Keys the heart of :Florida-through handled all expenses Includingfuel wings and commission in May of the making of an armyof

and Tarpon Springs Lake Okeechobee, was most in and food and repairs."It 1950. With VC-62 he will fly "rag, tag and bobtail" into a

EXCEPT FOR short runs, teresting. While in the big was a very enjoyableon Cougar photo-jets. unit which overcame the tradi-
tionally best of its time.

Great Rehearsal: The story of

More Prizes For Mrs. U. S. Navy; To Select 50 the Constitution making and of the ratifying United States.It of the.

didn't just happen! Here
Top .POs For are

Deadline For Entries Now July 15The the struggles necessary to recon

Purdue StudyIt's cile the conflicting interests of the

fact that some applicatii forms for the Mrs. U.S. Navy two years at Purdue for states into an enduring federation.Mr. .

1956-contest have not been distur bed on the counter in the Jax Air 50 top petty officers! Lincoln's Admirals: One of

News Office, Building No. 1, indi(cates: the possibility that extension The 50 will be selected from the new shipment of books just

On Sunday July 1, commencing of the deadline from June 15 to J uly 15 is/not generally known. about 1,000 who applied for the received. Naval history of the

at 1400, the CPO club will featurea i Sponsored by the Fleet Reserve Second and third place winners course at Purdue University, Civil War told through chapterson
Association, the contest is basedon each of the Naval
Turkey Buffet Dinner with the. will be awarded a five-day visitto and will enter in September outstanding
a 500-word essay written by commanders.
trimmings, served on the patio for Washington, D.C., all expenses under the new Navy Enlisted
I the contestant wife of
a career Zoomles, Subs and Zeroes: Also
Advanced School The
the convenience of bathers. It's I enlisted man, clear photographsor paid. Program. just received is the account of
SEMI-FINALISTS will receive program, designed to fill at
only $1.20 per order for the adults I snapshots of the man ahd his modern heroes! The rescues in
beauty kits and a three-year sub- least part ,of the need for trained -
and 60 cents for the children. wife taken together or separately World War II by the Submarine .
I scription to Navy Times. technicians, offers college
and the application forms Lifeguard League sustain
Tuesday evening July 3, com Although other districts have education to outstanding POs our
THE SELECTION of Mrs. U.S. proud history.
mencing at 2000, the club will feature responded enthusiastically to the in 17 technical ratings.
Navy 1956, as well as second and Christopher Humble: A new
a dance to the music of Mel ; challenge, Sixth Naval District Pre-college: instruction in -.
third place winners will take novel of the colonial days with
Coody and his orchestra on the I reports a relatively small amountof mathematics and general orientation -
place at Long Beach, Calif. Value action and glamor, of course, sur-
patio. As an added attraction, applications. In past contests of will be given the POs in
able awards will be presented to rounding the settlers who made
patrons who desire to do so, may various natures, Jax Navy has August at the Naval Prepara-
the three top winners, with a their contribution to a new world
have their dinners served to themon I always been well represented and tory School, Cambridge, Md. .
1956 automobile, $2500 in cash, a and a new concept of freedom.
the patio from 1900 until 2100. often in the front ranks of win- At the end of their two year
specially designed and engraved For those who like to find their
In case of inclement weather, the wrist watch ward ning candidates.So college work, the 50 POs will
a complete heroes and heroines in the settingof
dance will be held In the ballroom.On robe radio come on, fellas! Nominatethat return to the fleet for a four
a a complete camera a novel, we've dozens of booksto
outfit and to 14 U.S. cities goodlooking wife of yours year tour of duty, after which
4 a trip
Wednesday, July commencing choose from. Do come to the library -
and let's show California how will back to col-
at 1300, the club will feature plus Honolulu, accompanied by they again go and make your choice.

its special % Barbecued Chicken her husband and children, if any, things. are in Florida! lege for junior and senior years. The Declaration Of Independence

Dinner at $1.20 for the adults anda going to Mrs. Navy herself. : Have"you; read it lately?

smaller portion for the childrenat 4 It doesn't take long and it will

60 cent. In view of the large PO Ranks At : ';rh renew all the privileges that go '

crowd expected for the 4th of July, with the fishing, the hot dogs and

club officials request that patrons! fun of the Fourth!
utilize the parking lot across the Record High t .

street from the club.
The highest number of petty How Bright
officer strength in the Navy since

World War IL which has now The Sky-Navy

A dm. Rees ComAirLant, reached 52 percent of enlisted per-
Wants To Know ,
sonnel and is still increasing, is
In First Visit Here
expected to reach 53 percent dur-
l''uld Not how high is the sky,

Vice Admiral William L. Rees, ing the coming fiscal year. but how bright it is, is what

Commander Air Force, U. S. Atlantic The high increase in POs is at- the Navy wants to know.

Fleet, made his first official tributed to a boost in reenlist- 4i + To find out, planes equipped '

visit to NAS Jacksonville yester- ments of both career men and first with delicate recording instru

day since assuming his present termers, as well as to advancementin ag y, ments are being sent up from

post early this month. rates. A high promotion rate is 4. Pk SritbiW.. r'KYL Manitoba, Canada, to Corpus
expected to continue in fiscal 1957, Christ, Texas.Concerned r
He was greeted on arrival by I
the Navy said.StabWzaUon. with
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, skybrightness
of the Navy's per- r above the clouds and the
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- S
ville. sonnel strength to about 598,000 haze level, investigation up to
enlisted by June 30, 1957, is also 72,000 feet shows that bright

During his brief stay, .Admiral making. watch-standing easier in _.>.... -. 2 y -4 ness varies with altitude andis
Rees held a conference with top the active fleet where ships
many DOUBLE EVENT-Within i week Harold Fredericks, AQCA, proportional to atmospheric '
Naval officials in this area, madea
have had less than 80-90
percentof of Naval Air Weapons System School at NATTCenter, twice had pressure.It .
helicopter tour of NAS Jar their authorized strength. In occasion t. celebrate. Shown with Comdr. Samuel Lanier, military also varies for other reasons .
NAS Cecil Field and the Mayport the next year the fleet'' manning personnel officer at the Training Center, he Is sworn In for another that interest the
Carrier Basin. level Is expected to reach 90 hitch In the Navy shortly after donning his uniform as a chief en Navy
per- the Jane 16 promotion list. Chief Fredericks formerly was attachedto scientists, but which so far are
cent and higher VA-45 here. classified. -


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: College Students Begin \ I, NAVY WIVES I

: Summer Work Program +.' CORNER I;

I( On Tuesday, June 25 t,
: Ten of 22 college engineering students which the Industrial Re. luncheon was held at the ciukj

. I 1 latlons Department plans to employ In a summer work program, ,; M House, with Chaplain Malcolm,
))1 I have reported at the Naval ,Air Station Jacksonville In Civil Service S Carpenter and Mrs. Carpenter hi,
t ratings GS2, GS3 and GS4. guests of honor. ,

The majority of the studentsare dent; Raymond I!. King, Jr., me- Chaplain Carpenter has beta
liaison officer '
enrolled at the University of chanical engineering student? \3 Jax Club 80 &rle!

Florida, but other educational institutions Charles E. Jackson, mechanical $ the Club presented him with al,
CP3 gift to show its
represented are MIT, In engineering student; Doyle D. appreciation for
Cambridge, Mass., and Alabama Garner, aeronautical engineering ;' all his aid. Corrine Aston was in

Polytechnic Institute in"Auburn,I student; Robert W. Bowman, me- iS4S1 charge of the affair, assisted by

Ala. The students are majoring in chanical engineering student; MI- Alice Meyer and Theresa Hagen,

electronics, aeronautics, architectural chael Hcwett, Industrial engineerIng Arrangements are being made

,: industrial, chemical, mechanical student; and Edward J. Dlan- for a swimming party to be held j

and metallurgical engi-' chett, aeronautical engineering a\ July 14. This will be followed bya
neering. student, all, from the Universityof { covered dish supper at the Club
Florida and employed at House.
THE PROGRAM will run frorp ',t!ii. _d...._ t1f : mmsBL.; :i *s>isB* '.
the Overhaul and Repair Department CAt ,
June, through September, and SUMMER EMPLOYEES-Some 10 college nrtnteriDr students
provides opportunity lor the.stu- i of an eventual enrollment' of ZZ are participating in a Summer. the' last regular business
dents to get engineering experience Thomas D. Tyra Jr., industrial work program at NAS Jacksonville. IB the top photo ,two University meeting i held June 20, Kay
of Florida Charles Jackson (left)) of Tampa and Ray Botthof, activities
under the direction of pro- engineering student at MIT, and King, of students o a.little calculating at Overhaul andRe nounced that
fcssional engineers trained in son of the NAS Jax 0 & R pair Department's production engineering' unit. Both are mechanical tentative plans are
their respective fields. At the engineering students. In the bdttom photo Donald Goodman being made for another Station
same time, the engineersare Officer, Capt. T. D. Tyra, ,Is also chemical engineering student at Auburn, Ala., checks paintmaterial wide cake sale on July 17. This
'' young employed at 0 & R. at'the aeronautical engineering unit of 0 & R. will afford all hands another
acquainted government
chance to
Operations and given encouragement enJoydelicious home
to make careers in' govern- Jax Scouts made cakes, pies and cookies.

nental service. preparations are also being
Out made for the 2nd Annual
Camping Kiddie
THOSE NOW ON the federal
King and Queen contest
to take
payroll include Peter J. Araneo,
SmokiesThirtyeight place the latter part of August.It .
fr., Univ. of Florida architectural In
will be similar to
run the con.
tudent In the
employed Public
Works Department; Donald W. wf Boy Scouts from test last year. Application forms

Goodman, chemical engineering Naval Air Station Troop 131 are will soon be available on the Station -

student from Auburn; Alfred E. camping out in the Great Smoky at the Navy Wives Nursery,

:Crosby: electrical engineering stu- i Mountains of North Carolina. this Not New Shop and the Hospital
week. Nursery.

At a place called "John's Rock", t S :

Civilians CanSubmitQucriee twelve miles from Bevard, In the Jax 86 has been challenged to

Pisgah National Forest, the scoutsare a baseball game by the Cecil
sleeping in tents and doing all Field Navy Wives Club 121. Uniforms -

their cooking outdoors. Adult will be dungarees and

supervision is in care of Scout yellow shirts with Jax 86 written
Via Boxes 'master Randy King assisted by across the back and will be worn

Yet : .Mr. and Mrs Don Coleman. not only by the players but by
NAS Jacksonville civilian
Cr Additional supervision and the rooting section as well. There
ployees with questions regardingtheir .
sub- leadership are provided by four will be an admission charge with
employment, now
may Explorer Scouts, Jim Baskerville, all proceeds going to Welfare pro-
mit them for answering on an em-
Henry Breitmoser, Michael King jects. The game will be held the
form available at Service
ployee inquiry Civil Awaits
ApprovalOf and David Johnson. end of July. Time and place will
Beneficial boxes.
Suggestion be announced later but make
The trip from Jacksonville was ,
On 11 May 1956, NAS instruction Johnston Retirement Bill made this past Saturday by bus your plans now to attend. Shouldbe
12065.2 established the procedure which departed the Air Station at a great time not only for those

which adds on importantlink Hearings on the Senate-approved Johnston civil service retire- 0530. The summer camping trip is who participate but also for those

in communications between ment bill, which were started last week by the House Post Office an annual event for Troop 131. who watch.

employees and Management. The and Civil Service Committee, are expected to be completed late During the past 12 months the We bid another farewell. This
employee inquiry form, NA V-JAX- this week or early next. scouts worked hard selling Christ- time to Irma Oakes who will U

NAS 3289, may be completed Committee members well mas trees and putting on a ball leaving soon for Pensacola.
either in, pencil, pen and ink, or as as agreed that this be done..., game and a circus. This trip is .
typewritten, and may be droppedin top House leaders, appear anxious If GAO finds the plan will their reward.

any station suggestion box. It to' get the measure approved, although work, specific proposals will then .

will be referred to the member of the committee is expectedto be made that the ,voluntary pay- Yeoman striker: "There's a Law Keeps

Management who is In the best modify tho Senate bill in some roll deduction go into effect not whole drawer full of old, useless
position to furnish a reply to the documents on file. Shall I burn
question. respects. The differences will later than July 1, 1957. GAO has 'em?" Classified

probably be settled, however, before until Jan. 31, 1957, to make its Chief Yeoman: "Yes, but make
Recognizing that a wellinformed the legislation finally to
goes report to Congress. 17 copies first.
work force Is a more produc House-Senate conference. Intact
tive work force, it is hoped that Pay
S S v w.ww
this procedure will prove of benefit r ,
Hearings also have been heard
to keep employees Informed on A bill to protect classified civil
by the House Post Office and Civil
\ ;
questions concerning their employment service employees against salary
at this activity.Should Service Committee on the Admin- r cuts when their Jobs are down
istration-sponsored legislation ton of their
the reply furnished to a provide major health insurance graded through no fault
; employee's Inquiry not be satisfac- benefits for federal workers and own, has been signed Into law by
tory, the procedure provides for their dependents. The bill had President Eisenhower.
the employee to rc-submlt his I been stalled for severalmonths The new law is retroactive to

question on another form, attach due to the opposition of various July 1, 1954: although employeeswho
ing the answer thereto and explaining private health insurance companies have been downgraded with
why the reply receive and a few of the smaller in that time and will now be restored

was Insufficient for his needs. federal employee groups who to their former pay scales
wanted basic health insurance or will receive no back pay for the

nothing at all. interim period.As .
applied, the law will preservethe

A compromise provision, hopedto < salaries of employees whose

c pacify the private health insurance m S $ >'. Jobs may be downgraded as a
t groups and end opposition result of reclassification as longas
to the major health insurance I ; the employees remain in their

Ittat plan, directs the General Account- particular Jobs. Once they leave
t; ,',; S ing Office to survey the feasibilityof the positions, the Jobs will be reduced

I; t ti : a voluntary payroll deduction in salary to conform with
; i system for federal employees the downgrading.While .

t 4tI>; holding private basic health insurance "FOR SERVICE ABOVE AND BEYOND"Comdr. salaries will remain IntactIn
policies. Under such a Hills skipper of Attack Squadron 106, at NAAS Mayport, presents spite of future downgrading, affected -
system the Government would a and letter of commendation to Gary; Mazzie, AD2 for "service above employees will not be en-

,a ?? f, 1 deduct from an employee's pay Jet belonging beyond the to VA106 average"alter. Mazzie it had spotted a bent strut of a F9F-8 titled to any future automatic
passed the
check the amount of his basic of every otherto raises. Neither
The plane had experienced landing within-grade pay
health premium, provided he one occasion and the cause could not rear be will they be entitled to hare in
ii"I'm 100ated. The bent strut was only! out of line a few thousandths of any future classified pay raises
If you want to be sure you're an inch and then could be noticed only by a very experienced eye. unless Con
This voted by Congress,
dressed on time, buy your clothes saved discovery the by Mazzie' released another. aircraft to "up" status, Includes them in
In reserrer on the installment plan. Navy pUot. many dollars and possible loss of life to the unsuspecting gress specifically
such legislation.



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I 128 June 1956. JAX AIR NEWS Page FiveH8BBANDTH6RB rfr '1 1GALTY

New Fitness Law Benefits Officers Up For Promotion i

J Instead of the requirement of The new law Is intended to points out. of the officer to perform his sea
"professional fitness to performall benefit officers ashore who are on IN ANOTHER bill Just clearedby duties. "
HUiI Q FIOM his duties at sea" in order to special duties not involving sea the House Armed Services The new bill would provide
duty. subcommittee, the Navy is attempting physical examinations reported on
L be promoted in the Navy, President THE REQUIREMENT that an to cut down on paper standard forms and reviewed by
Eisenhower has signed into officer be fit to perform the dutiesof work in establishing the physical BuMed.
I A salesman was.trying to sell;, a law ,another requirement: the officer the The already
next higher grade at sea fitness of a candidate for pro- simplified system, .,
I farmer a bathtub, but the farmer must demonstrate to an examining was written into law in 1864, be- motion. This again results from an in use under the Warrant Officer
,remained 'obstinate: board that he has "such fore the day of specialists. Times antequated law stating thai a Act and the Temporary Promo
"Nope. We tried one once; that'g professional qualifications as the have changed since then, as the board of surgeons must determinein tion Act of 1941, has proved satis
hwhat! killed Grandpa." Secretary may prescribe." Senate Armed Services committee formal proceedings the fitness factory. r'
I ""Killed him! What happened?" \

"Well, after we cot it in the Comdr. Boucher
!house I plugged her up and filled Chpln Carpenter :

;,her full of water.,Then the whole
{family, from the 'youngest to the ,Takes OverCommunications To Depart Jax;
:'oldest, look turns. The youngest

hopped In, then out then the next Cites Trend
,oldest- all the way up to Grandpa -
< who was last, And that's what Comdr.. Ausborn Lee Boucher Next week Tuesday, July 10, '
.killed hini." reported here this week as Communications Lcdr Malcolm A. Carpenter, chap
); Officer, NAS Jack-
lain of All Saints' Protestant Chapel
t "He died in the, quicksand. sonville, replacing Lcdr. J. F. J.
'. '. Stinson who was detached May will be detached from his pre

The kindly Mrs. Blank was tryIng 25 to assume duty with Staff, sent duties and will leave immediately -

to.comfort. the maid, who had Fleet Air Hawaii.A with his family for his new ,

,just returned from the dentist. native of Oklahoma, Comdr. ,duty station at the Naval Station
"Don't cry," she said soothingly Boucher came into the Navy as Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
'"People have teeth extracted warrent officer in April, 1942,
every day." after serving a stint with the re i His relief will be Lt. Robert E. '
Royal Canadian Air in i rkVF Osman, who will report here from
"I know, sobbed,the maid, "but Force
Clinton Ontario where ;. the USS Philippine Sea where he
these were my pillowcase'teethl"! as a ?
e civilian he instructed in airborne >,. Jias been serving as chaplain.

"Was your sailor friend heart- radar at the RCAF Radar School. Since Chaplain Carpenter arrIved
.broken when you jilted him?" Commissioned ensign in the R.NROTCers :: here in April 1954, the world.

"I should say not-he was per Navy in July, 1942, he was ordered ."",,, f fectly horrid." to Corpus Christi, Texas, to BEGIN TRAINING-Three newly commissioned ham been reflected in the tre I
"What did he do?'" set up the Naval Radio Material Ensigns, recently graduated in the NROTC program at the University mendously Increased attendance in. !.
"When I gave him back the School which later became the of Louisville, Ky., are briefed on fuel and oil hoses on the fire chapel services at NAS Jackson
ring he took a file out of his Naval Air Technical Training wall located behind the engine of an S2F aircraft being overhauled ville. The small ,average attend
in, the Overhaul and Repair Department. The young engineers,
pocket and cut a not'jh on the in- Center there. He remained thereas among 10 assigned to NAS Jax until they enter flight training in ance in 1954 has increased to a
side." I instructor and in an administrative September are (left to right) Ensign Robert Vaughn III, Ensign figure! demanding three services
"What was so bad about that?" I capacity until 1945 when Robert Tripp, and Ensign Donald Thompson. At right is L. W. every Sunday morning with all ,
"There were five notches there he became Superintendent of James, leadingman. locally based Protestant chaplains ,
already." Training, Air Navigation and participating. :
Radio Aids School, NAS Gaines 26 NROTC Grads Assigned .
An 0 & R worker who had ville, Georgia. A Sunday School enrollment of i
been on a seven-day schedule un- Later he returned to NAS Cor less than a hundred children has 1
,til recently had occasion,one Sun- pus Christi, before assuming dutyin To Station For Orientation now mounted to between 200 and
day to punish his five-year-old the Marshall Islands and with 300, with a staff of 25 teachers.
Among the nation's June graduates who were enrolled in the *
son. FaetuPac, Washington. A Sunday eveningFellowship program -
"What's the matter?" asked the I Before coming to Jax he was Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps program (NROTC) are 10 includes some 50 to 70 young i
to the Naval Air Station Jacksonville and
little fellow's mother as he came attached to Military Air Transport engineers now assigned people and adul s. And a capella
I assigned to the Naval Air Reserve
graduates "
16 non-engineering
crying into the kitchen. Service headquarters, in Washington II choir of about 40 voices provides .
"Oh, that man who hangs D.C., as a member of Staff, 1------Training" Unit. special music for the services, be- ,.
around here on Sundays spankedme Andrews Air Force Base.WEEKEND Here for the summer, until theygo Emmett Vaughn III, U. of Louis- sides appearing frequently in j J
," sobbed the youngster. I I to NAS Pensacola for flight ville; Jay Henderson Hardy, Leo- churches of_Jacksonville, on radio 1
ensigns are nard M. Meier Jess Wheeler and and on television. ,
training, the young ,
A father is a man who believes sound indoctrinationcourse Donald MacIvor James, U. of ,
his daughter married a dope-but HIGH LOW getting a Kansas; and Norman II. Lewis This wide concern with religious
that his grandchildren are unbe- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. in ground techniques of and Robert R. Turner, U. of So. matters even extends far beyondthe
lievably brilliant. Fri. 11:59: 5.34: 5:52: training, maintenance, overhaul California. chapel, reaching into some of
Sat. 12:07: 12-46: 6:18: 6:46: and repair and other functionsthat Assigned to NARTU are Ensigns the barracks, shops and offices
Pilot, just after tailspin: "I'll Sun. 12:54 1:36 7:07: 7:45 i keep,the Navy planes flying. John L. Bailey, Richard O'Neale where small prayer and Bible
bet fifty percent of the people I Gaillard Jr., Robert Bruce Steece, study groups are active. More and I
down there thought we were go- THE NROTC'S represent six and Robert Coney Williams, U. of more military personnel carry .
ing to be killed that time." universities: Kansas, Missouri, South Carolina; and Silas B. Bibles from place to place, and are t

Student pilot: "yes, sir! And Louisville, Southern California, Coley Jr., Joshua Videll Edwards, observed reading and studyingthem
fifty percent of the people up here' North Carolina and South Caro Albert Earle Garrett III, Free- in off-duty hours.
thought so, too!" have been man A. Grant Jr., Richard D. The unprecedented interest in I
lina. The engineers
4 Hensel, Robert Franklin Peek, religion is being encouraged by
scheduled on a rotating plan by squadron officers who realize the I
Use of Fluorescent Noel Harper Petree, Thomas H. i
which they will serve for specified !- Ferguson, Robert M. Powell, JohnD. tremendous morale factor In regular

periods in Operations, Sup- Hallett, and Taylor R. Durham, church attendance and activityIn
Lighting Aboard ply, Overhaul and Repair, Public of the U. of North Carolina. religious group programs. t

Works, Communications and other I
Ship Gets OkayIt's departments and divisions pert! Career Reservists Closer ToSevercincePayWithNewBill ,
NAS Jax.
okay for surface vessels nent to engineering at

submarines to use fluorescent Thpse at NARTU are assignedon J
lights, Navy research scientists a non-rotating program to such
in the Naval Medical Research activities as administration, opera- \'
Laboratory assert. tions, maintenance, aviation safety The readjustment pay bill, giving officer and enlisted career
Contrary to fears expressed 6 aviationn technical trainingand reservists severance pay if involuntarily released from active duty, I'
when fluorescent lights first came other units located either in has been passed by the House.

into general use ,about 10 years Hangar 113 or Building 901. An Alabama Congressman, Rep. Presumably all such reservists ,I

ago, it is now assured that the 4'' > ; ASSIGNED TO NAS Jax are: Overton Brooks, said that duringthe have'by now fitted themselves into I

near ultraviolet light they give J Ensigns Max C. Richardson, U. of next fiscal year about 4,335 civilian life and do not need I
off has no bad effect on dark q- M., Mo.;. Donald Homer Thompson, reservists from all services wouldbe the pay adjustment. I

adaptation. 'awl Md Robert Glenn Tripp and Robert affected, at a readjustment pay MORE THAN one payment of
A study conducted in the New k ,
tiR I ,
is allowed for
cost of nearly $12 million, or an readjustment pay ,
London laboratory by Comdr. ""a When you get the feeling that individual average of $2,731.32.As in the bill, but reduction of subsequent f
Dean Farnsworth, head of the f 3'.w you are arguing with a fool, be
rw sent to the Senate, the bill payments by the amountof
Human Engineering Branch of sure he isn't doing 'the same is effective as of the date it is earlier ones is required, unless :
the laboratory, and Dr.George thing. signed into law by President the earlier payment is repaid ,to
Moeller, of the psychology department Eisenhower. Thus only those released the government.The .
Connecticut College, Rhymes of theTimes after that date will benefit. bill further states that
reveals that the lights have no UNQUALIFIED for the read- !those who accept readjustment ,
effect on night or twilight vision. Lc Ht: j.OUESCMGoR
thousands of not entitled to mustering
justment pay are reservists pay are
Completed in two parts, the 14 S Jug-i.GUY WNO OQIV CCIASE released in 1953, '54 and Jut pay under the World War 11
first tested the effect on vision of A WALKER-TALKER 8E111VD"f '55. If these were, included\ in the Dr the Korean War legislation.
large quantities of near ultra- Nancy Walker strikes a bull- Armed and Marine officers serving
skirtat bill, according V> House Navy
with a lacy
violet light such is given off fighting pose
.!Miami Beach, Fla. Nancy Services committee sources, the contract tours may take readjustment -
in small quantities of fluorescent who has the prettiest pair of, same payments should be made to pay instead of severance pay.
I lights.. Little change was foundin hands, Is relaxing between" those released in 1949 And 1950. provided by the contract .
visual curves. shows In "The Big Pay Oft --


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.. ::1'''' ...... '. Admin MaintainsMainside
v Fliers Record ; ,_. >.. :.....,.,.

Now 19-17Meet; >. 'f ;. ,> .: \:' GolfSupremacy

tiC.y ; < ",Ifj..
I i; '
WesconnettNextWeather # .
II i
L Administration remains at the
permitting, the Jax
\# t
Navy Fliers .. and Wesconnettof top ot the Mainside Golf ladder
after taking Supply 5-1 while ,
.the North Florida Baseball league .

will renew their diamond war- NARTU won over VC-62, t-% to .

fare at 1430 Saturday on the keep second position. .I

Mason Field diamond.The The week left the Admen with ..

two teams had played only a "'0% 13% record for nine'

ig-innlng in their first meetinglast -.., matches, an eight point lead over"
weekend when rain halted the NARTU which has a tttt-15% .

proceedings.The i record after eight matches.

Fliers were scheduled to'' "VAH-1 moved lip two places .

action the road on with a t%-1% win over Supply,
return to on
rxi1V .., ..
Tuesday and Wednesday Xt this I .s.. -,-.. ;,=;. '1IIM.: :> ; x I and a 5triumph over,Fasron '

week in a pair of contests at I KEGLERS COP CUPS-With many a bowline battle behind them, winners and nmnera-vp of, I, 6. .
Donaldson AFk Next week they the Mainside Bowling League gathered last Tuesday te collect their hard-earned hardware. Left to I In other matches, ComFairJaxwon
right are numers-.p representatives from VA-lTTs BlnebaJts, Capt Frank mtt, USAF, and Eugene over Fasron 109 by 3H-2
Journey to Fort Gordon to meet Sombo, AN;.Comdr. John N. Myers, executive officer .f NAS Jax, who presented the trophies; EVen I ,
the! Ramblers in a two-day series Hall, and Lodr. Len Curtis, of the champion OmFSdrJax club.i .. 1 and then lost to VA-44 by a 4-

over the Fourth of July holiday I I\t score.

The two clubs split a pair of tilts i Pislolmcn Qualify 1 DAN ETTINCEK and Rex

here two weeks ago. .,. ; Goodman of Administration came-
PARRIS ISLAND handed the For Expert Class through with 40's, to top Supply'sJoe

locals their first shutout of the :,.....'.'. ;.:.. i (+ ::":.!: Today, at 1COO, the Jax Navy .Johannsen's 44. In the 49 same and match BobLong' ,
last week when Leatherneck ,'. .. .
year .,,." 'J!: "" Pistol Club will hold a qualification Jay Maze, John Christie and Tom
hurler Stan Horvatin fired a one- .,.
;. 4.' match, on the station range, Cummings accounted for the rest
hit, 11 strikeout ballgame in the .'
for the rating of Navy Expert with of the Admen's points whileGeorge
series opener. Only Tom Sakelos'single the service .45
Brickley took upply'jj] .
in the fourth prevented the
Fliers from being nohiticUms.. .. Last Sunday, club members only point.
came back from Palatka with five In Supply's match with VAH-I,.
The Marines also latched onto medals under their giinbclts. The"deadeyo" Brickley split a point with Billy

the second game of the series, Finals Of LantFlt Swim 'winners were Virgilio Hamilton of VAH-1. Joe Johann-

winning handily 8-2 after Jacksonville de La Cruz! with third place in the sen netted another point for

had tallied two unearnedruns I Expert class, John Lepley and B. Supply while Charles Douglas,

in the third inning for ashorttived J. Maxlk taking first and second Richard Wetmore George Waters,

2-0 advantage.. Meet On Tap Tonight place respectively in the Sharpshooter and Gordon Lee captured four
tossed three-hit ballas
Bob Duliba class Bob Drysdale with points for VAH-1.
Fliers down to their
the went Finals in the 100- and 400-meter individual and relay eventsare I first place in the Marksman class THE TILT BETWEEN VAIM

17th defeat of the current cams slated for tonight as the final session of the Atlantic Fleet I and Maxik coming through again and Fasron 6 ,.showed VAII-1

l paign.TUESDAY'S. Swimming meet gets underway at 1930 in the NATTCenter with a third place win in the sweeping the board with the ex-

opener was the Natatorium_. Marksman class.' ception of a split game in which
extra-close battle the local
fourth Spectators at the meet tonight The club also has an N R. A. James Peil of Fasron and Charles
club has lost in its last five outIngs tion Department officials were on
will see the windup action in approved, three gun aggregatematch Douglas of VAH-1 shared the
Frank Jankunls limited the hand to help officiate the meet,i
scheduled for Sunday July honors.Although.ComFairJax. .
three meter diving, 100 meter
Islanders to only five hits but was and Florida State University I
freestyle 100 meter breaststroke, 29th beat Fas-
defeat. swimming coach Dim: Stults
with the returned -
480 meter freestyle, 400 meter ron 109 by a 31, -2 i margin it
of the for the second consecutiveyear
The ballgame
only score
individual I still moved down to sixth place
medley relay and 400 meter Center
Soflballcrs WinA
came in the seventh Inning when to serve as meet referee.
medley events. when George Szabo, Jack Rader,
center-fielder Billy Tucker tripled INDIVIDUAL AND team tro-I The public is welcome to attend: home run by Fred Dammayerof and Ray Chatwood of VA-44
and came home on a passed ball by I NATTCenter highlighted theCenter's
phies will be presented to winnersat tonight's session, and civilians are helped defeat ComFairJax by a
catcher Bernie Slater with no one softball team victoryover
the conclusion of the meet. tl%-l% victory for VA-44.
invited to aboard to the
come see
out. Horvatin had excellent control Cecil Field 7-3, last week
Because only three teamsDesLant Current standings as of Tues-
military swimmers in action. in the Jax
fanning and walking only City League.
ComAirLant and FMFLant day (A.M.), June 26 are:

two while Jankunis passed two -showed up for the two-day action ... PU. PtI.
Team Won
Lost Tcf
men and struck out six: Marines.
no trial sessions were needed Administration 40U ISU ..750NARTU I
Three errors and two hits in the 3J'i 15VJ .678
except in the low-diving events s Hospital 21 IS J5MFMron
,r third frame allowed Parris Islandto which were held yesterday. aw 109 34 ij; 19U .U9
overcome Jax's 2-0 lead with VAil 3.1'a 20'a .621
Other events runoff Wednesday Com Jo'al rJn 27 21 .563
three tallies In the second game Fasron 6 22 20 '..521VC62
included the 1,500 meter finals IHVi 17U ..514VA44
I of the series. The home team went 24 tf 23'4 ..511Supply
100 meter butterfly, meter
24 36 .400VA172
on to tag Bob Taylor for seven freestyle, 400 meter individual 54 IS'J ..229FAWll
hits Hal Norton's home- 11 43 .204
and the 400 meter freestyle
medley Marines 4"" .063
in the seventh with I .
run one on. fl1jar <
relay events. No results were
Duliba credit for the win I
gained v
available at presstimc.JACKSONVILLE .
on his mound performance of eight Bow BendersClash
CITY Recrea- 4
strike-outs and seven walks; Taylor ; t'r

whiffed two while issuing six gxA.

free passes. Sports Schedule : } SundayTwo

Flier vs. Parris Island line For Week of Jane 28.-.Jnly 4 x'a Navy teams will join with

scores: Baseball: Jax Fliers vs. Wescon .\ the Jacksonville Bowhuntcrs Sunday -

Jax Navy 000 000 000-0 nett of North Florida League at ;. .- on the Jax Bowhunters range,

1 1 Jankunis and Slater Mason Field, 1430 Saturday, June : located near the Jacksonville

Parris Island-000 000 010-1 30; Fliers at Fort Gordon, July 34. ;" \ :; <;, :w.' 1'1 '. .:; Police pistol range. Bows will start
:5 s 2 Horvatin and Freeland.Jax Softball: Crackerjax vs. Parris >, ....: "",-.::.'"".1 f-'j'.,,a.-, #t' ..,f" .' \ ......".:' : bending at 1300.
1v.".,.. ,. .;"; ;.:.' ...,. .' ""' .-' \ \!:,'.ll"
002 000 000-2
Navy Island, here, June 40 and July 1 .'. W1'! .v.... .:;; From the Naval Air Station the

3 4: Taylor and Slater. at 1930. tii.; :;';'.'..'.,,:....'..::........>...,:" ..'$(, ...',.:'.,". A'f'a'M...a".a< ::n, .,c' .......-..."......"t'.*.'....';',''f;.'*: \"''.:...,y....' :+O:' .; .:.*. 'f'.! Freelancers will fiend a six-man
Parris Island-003 020 210-8 Crackerjax: vs. Prudential Life '. ; team and one woman archer. Bill
7 4 Duliba and Freeland. Insurance at Murray Hill, July 4 t : : ci =, s > ',,:::x. Weatherby, Paul Underwood and

at 2000. John (Red) Ryder from Aviation
SAFE AT FIRST-It was strictly no contesting on this play
FLIERS' FLAILINGS I Swimming: Final day of Atlantic in a recent Mainside Softball League fracas between 0 & R and Electronics School; Dick Stengrim,

Two low-scoring with Fleet Swimming Meet at NA- VW4.0 & R's Clarence Hennings was safe easily, beating the low Naval Air Weapons System
games TTCenter Natatorium 1000 1300 throw to first on a grounder to third as Hurricane first-sacker School Ed Merrill of NAS and
: ;
Parris Island's Marines in which Frank Girardeau gets set to take the peg.- The Repairmen overhauled ;
Jax Navy scored a total of only and 1930. the 'Cane Hunters, 41. I Carl Goddard VP-18 are bowmen

,. two runs drove the Fliers' batting from the Air Station.

down few points this Rose Weatherby will take her .
averages a
week. Outfielder Jerry Harvey Crackerjax Move Atop City League Packsingles stance at the targets as the women's -

changed places with running mate representative.Cecil .

for the lead Field as represented by the
Ray Hayes aver
/," ages based on 50 or more trips' Jax Navy's Crackerjax were a double and an error to Ward romped home a few sec- St. Johns Bowhunters will have

i' to the plate. atop the Jax Women's City Soft come from behind and move into onds later from third base whenan Chuck Ebersole, Fred Davenportand

r Player 34 II RBI A4ve.Ifarvey ball League this week after putting the loop lead.Sandwiching. attempted pickoff play at that Jerry Roger fletchlng-

(: 159 49 J :3t5i on a strong last inning rally a base on balls be- corner went wild. The following Sunday, July 8,
Haye. 36 :w6 Carol Hooser handled the Cecil Field's arrowmen will be
,. Campbell 164 19 .?S7 Monday night to edge battling tween two outs the Crackerjax chores on the mound for the
Young 118 34 19 .2>i8Bastllere hosts, and the next week the bow-
oC8 12 5 .meSakeJos .948Pemberton Merrill Stevens, 109.It came to life when Diana Fitzpat- Crackerjax and was credited with hunters return to the NATI'Cen.

113 141 28 3S 13 11 ..148Jankw was victory No. 5 for the rick beat out an infield single, her eighth win. ter range.

Is 41 9 II .2]() local girls-in-blue who are cur- .moving the runner to third. Pat The Waves team will play at .

TeDf'rQWkz Joyce at .17 S ..2J9.212Iia rently working on their longest I Ashcraft's single sent one run home this weekend in a pair of :Mother: Have a good time at

78 36 g := win streak of the season. across the plate and Catcher contests with Parris Island's Lady the .party, daughter, and be a
s s $5 i 1i Trailing 9-8 with two away in Nancy Ward's double to center Marines on Enterprise field. Game good girlDaughter _
t ad .171
3 s S .132 the final frame, the Navy lassies tallied both Fitzpatrick and Ash- time for both Saturday and Sun- : Make up your mind,

Taylor 2l 2G: 2 2 2 1 ..077.091Borotr put together a base on balls, two craft to tie the game. day tilts is 1930. mother.r .


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28 June 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

'Coach' Kurilich r ., !I Lower Clubs Grab Spotlight -

Leaves Athletes students Jax and Post friendsof In Mainside Softball ShowLower

Coach Ltjg( Matt Kurilich, of
Aviation Ordnanceman School division teams captured the Mainside Softball league

spotlight this week as most,of the front-running clubs either were
were saying goodbye to him this
idle or failed to make any noticeable changes.
week at the Naval Air Station as
he prepared for discharge from About the only major surgery I Ken Dungey on the hill for the

active Navy duty Saturday, June '' Ma W r 2 21'y in the upper echelon of the stand- I win. Farr, John Tennis and Don

30, ings occurred when the Marines Rodman poked out two hits each

He will continue in the Naval A suffered a pair of losses and I I to spark the Sparkies. .

Reserve. / .. dropped from fourth to ninth.The i Loop' standings as of Monday .

An all:.around athlete in his .\ from USMC Operations crew took 12-1 it on and the VA-175 chin, (A.M.), June 25 are: '

right Coach Kurilich brought flumes
own ,
87. Tram W L Pet. Behind
All-Nary recognition to'Jacksonville iii .,. VP.18 21. 0 1.000
,, t k rc Idle VP-18 still held sway with VC-3: H 2 .875 4"
in three sports-basketball, r +ji+ > xx VA-175 11 3 .786 61;
softball and track. <;< __ its unblemished 21.0 slate, but I Operations f : ..750.ra 6l.
VA-172 7'
VC-62 cut the Patrolmen's lead to
r Jinapital 11 ..731.CH2 T
; 4V4 games with two triumphs VW-4 9 4 8
He coached the NAS Waves to : 15 .sa.
Marine 19 8r;
championship which boosted its record to 14.2for \.3 .U3 y
the All-Navy in
VAH-1 9 ""' .firt: 10
the The
1955 and the Waves softball teamto season. Compron Com'rations 9 : i60o 301'
corps cut down VP-16, 10-1, and VF-173 < .500 101
, second place in the UNayyin Jo'slIroa 100 8 9 .471 n'
Fasron 109, 121.FASRON'S NARTU .467 11
the same In 1954 he was 7 10
BOW .412 12
fourth in the All-Navy pole vault CHECKS TROPHIES-Pit Ashcraft (left), who captained tn LOSS to VC-62 sent O ft e 9! .400 12
of "Coach Matt Korilichl utstanding Wave varsity athletic VP.18Supply 9! .367 12 '
during the track championships.His teams, checks some of the trophies he will take home with him the Service Squadron slipping un- 4 11.267 14'
Jane 30 from of der the .500 mark for the first Personnel 3 U ,1W
accomplishments. were not upon discharge the Navy. rtariHch, Aviation Fairon 6 3 13 .18 tg
Ordnance Officers School has been stationed at NATTCenter slice time this year. After winning 7 KAETU 3 14 .17'1 16' the coaching field. In addition July 1953.Center. VA-45 3 14 .1" 16Comlo'a1rJu
the team has lost nine of
to track he was a member straight 0 IT .000 19
its last 10 8-9 slate.
contests for an
of the 1953 Jax Navy Fliers foot
The club also 'a forfeit
Softball Race dropped
ball team NATTCenter intra-
decision the
mural swimming checkers billi- to Hospital during
week. Deep Sea Fishing:
ards, and the champion Ordnance .

School touch football team. Thrown Wide OpenThe Happiest team in the league Trips ArrangedThere's

0 0 this week was NAS Personnel

His IKS! Ware softball team perennial intramural softball champs. at NATTCenter, AE which finally traded in its goose- no excuse for the

won the Jacksonville City Wo School's Sparkies, were finding the going a bit rough this week egg in the win column for three "one \that got away" as the

men' league title and the Sixth after a 5-1 loss to the Blockbusters from,AO School toppled them wins. Although two of the Personnelmen'a deep sea anglers sign up atNATTCenter'a

Naval District crown.A into third place. 'victory trio came on Special Services
forfeits from ComFairJax and Fish Shack.
graduate of Occidental College Keeping with the Block-
pitching, gave Aviation Store FAETU, a 13-3 win over VA-45 Top 25-pound red snappersand
in January, 1953, he was an busters was the warmed-up
win the :
keepers their first of sec- officially stopped their loss skeinat 45-pound amberjacks have
AnConferenceplayer in football NAWS School team which defeated ond half downed been off the banks
as they Support 13 games. Pitcher: Nick Nichols caught on
and baseball. Ire Franklins this
turned down the AE
Splinters, 186. made his mound debut a successful the trips arranged by Special
offers to attend OCS in week 13-0. The Missilemcn and
Newport ,
The Storekeepers also kept in one for Personnel while John Services at the Training Cen
R.I., and came here to Aviation the Blockbusters were to meet
the ball with 8-2 ter.
game an victory Bush of VA-45 was charged with
Ground Officers School. last night with undefeated records :-
over Airman Preparatory School the loss. Tickets for the fifth fishing

Coach, Kurilich plans to attend in the second half of play. Administration kept on the cruise of the season are'obtainable -
the University of California The Sparkles already had won "TEX" GOODSON hurled VC- '
I move as Johnny Broderkk and for July 1 at the Fish
Los Angeles for a law degree and the first half crown. : Jamie Fitzpatrick wielded the big 62 to its brace of victories, limit- Shack, located behind the Navy

will change his Naval Reserve JERRY ANUZEWSKI'S four- bets and Doze Mills tossed up a ing each opponent to a pair of Exchange at NATTCenter.

designation to law in the Naval bingles. Bob Owen sparked a 14-
run bat spelled defeat for the 10-4 victory over Airman Prtps.

Reserve, training at Los Alamitos. Sparkles as well as Jim Crana1rs -. hit assault on Hurler John Woodof
Fasron 109 with three safeties
+ ,
two-hit pitching. Anuzew-
and John Fields, .Spider Dasher MAD Captures
ski'stworun homer and his Intramural Tennis
StorekeepersUnbeaten and Jack Riddley all hit safely
!single with the bases full provided -
twice in the VP-16 encounter.
Center TankCompetition
the margin.A Set For CenterWith

In heavy hitting combination of seven and possibly eight Communications had a good

Adams Al Alexander and week winning on a forfeit at the
Tommy teams entered, the NATTCentertennis
HorseshoePlaySweeping Johnny Roberts Monday kept tournament win begin July expense of Fasron 6 and then I

Crdnancemen taking a wild 19-18 tilt from With three first two
pace with the as' 10 on tM courts west of 'Building places by
through their first 15 the Guided Missilemen downed FAETU. George :Farr outlasted ;Tim Morrow and a third by Vitus

matches without a defeat, Aviation I the Aviation Electrician Franklins 412.Two singles and one doubles Robeson, :Marine Aviation Detach

Storekeepers are atop the 13-0. The Missilemen defeated Ping Pong TourneyAttracts ment edged out a strong Aviation
match will be held, best two out
NATTCenter Horseshoe league. Marine Aviation Detach 9 TeamsNine ,. Storekeepers swimming team to
of three sets, beginning :1815.
Last week's results: .ment 10-6. teams are scheduled to capture the NATTCenter intramural
is for
EARLIER LAST WEEK the Play planned Monday open play next week in the NAT- meet last week, scoring 525
-AN-P (3)), AE-2 (0)-Gann defeated through Thursday with Friday
their to a TCenter intramural table tennis points to 450 for the Storekeepers.
Sparkies scrapped way
Doran, 23-2, 21-16; Stevens open as a make-up date.

defeated Shaw, 16-21, 21-17,21-16; shaky 9-8 victory Over Mooney's This is the first time an intra league. Airman School followed the
I from Marine Aviation De- Competition will be held duringthe with 400 Nav
Gardner defeated Beaty, 21-18, I Raiders mural tennis tournament has been Storekeepers points;

2117. tachment. Lewis Pete's pinch held by NATTCenter since it was noon hour in Roaendahl Gym, AirWeaps, 300; AE School, 200;

(single in the extra-inning eighth Building 513, and both singles and AGO and Administration iSO: an'
AO (2), AE-1 (!}-Monroe defeated recommissioned in 1951.
scored Tom Butler for the winning doubles matches are slated Support Splinters, 125.
21-16 21-17;

Clenthscale defeated Gallant, 21- run. Individual results:

9, 21-1; Walton (AE) won by i, Heavy hitting of Larry BO-meter Free Style Won b:
i Brcemes Lonnie Ratliff and Billy
forfeit Morrow, MAD; Berube, AK, sec-

AK ((3), SS-2 (0)-Curry de- Hughes, with Bill Phillips' six-hit ond; Fleming, Admin, third; Babb,

feated Freeman, 21.12, 3-21, 21-13; NAWS, fourth. Time: 28,8.

Fegenhurst defeated Farnsworth, AK's Bottorff 100-meter Free Style Won by

21-19, 21-11; Harris defeated Hayden Reno, NAWS; Galgay, AN-P, se:

21-1, 2111. Goes To Sea cond; Malkewitz, AGO, third;'
AGO-2 Admin
(2) (1)-Lang-
Mink, AE, fourth. Time: 1:05.:
ford defeated Brooks, 19-21, 21-19,
Warrant Officer Nelson 50-meter Backstroke Won by
21-19; Bell (Admin) defeated Hen-
torff, the guiding athletic light at Robeson, MAD; Reiser, AN-P, Second
derson, 13-21, 21-14, 21-13; Sim- '' School at
'Aviation Storekeepers
; Bingham, AE third; Mo
mons defeated Branscum, 17-21,
NATTCenter, will leave this i Comas AK, fourth. Time: 31.5.:
21-18, 21.7.AGOI .
weekend to assume new
((3)). AE-2 (0))-Hall and carrier USS Boxer. 100-meter Backstroke Won
Mattie won by forfeit; Shepherd aboard AK School since May of by Morrow, MAD; Meadows, AN-

defeated Pickett, 21-13, 212. At P, second; Malleen, AK, third;
Bottorff has served as athletic -
11954, Earlings, SS, fourth. Time: 1:30.4.:
NavAirWeaps-2 ((3), MAD ((0)-) officer and under his direc-
forfeit. 50-meter relay Won
in an
tion the school took part
Admin (3), SS-1 (0))-Brooks ambitious sports program. He was by AK (Locke, McComas, Be

defeated White. 23-11, 21-1; Bell ,secretary of the NATTCenter rube); MAD, second; NAWS,

defeated Lamont, 21-20, 21-16; I'Bowling league, a unit of the 0 third; EA, fourth. Time: 1:50.8.

Branscum defeated McCarthy, 21- I American Bowling Congress ; 200-meter free style relay-Won

14, 2317. I In addition he took part in 1 r, I by AK (Ratlif, Locke, McComas,

AK School IS w L 0 1000NavAlrWeapl1 ret. touch football and badminton as F ( Berube); AN-P, second; MAD,

Administration 14 7 3 1 ..933.778AGO1 well as assisting with other sports. ...... third; NAWS, fourth. Time: 2:07: ,

8" ..667MX His Japanese war bride whomhe .... .3.
>2 5 4 .5.">8 to .. .-: ... ,
AN-P II.7 .533 met while he was
AE,2 School 6 9 .400 Fleet Activities, Sasebo, will re- SWIM CHAMPS-i-These naiators from Marine Aviation Detachment Captain: "Have you cleaned the
NayAlrWe -2 .1 S .333 NATTCenter the intramural
p at captured swimming "
AO School 5 10 :.333 Yokosuka the Boxer'sforeign deck and polished the brass?
turn to
title at the Center last week. Left to right are Vitas Robeson Lee
Sup SurvSpHnUri-2-Spttnters-t .1 3 9 9 .250.250 port, for six months to Scrudders, Tim Merrew (coach), ,Stan Smith :and Curtis Sailor: "Yes, Sir, and lve swept

Alii School 1 14 .W7 attend school. Wonleker. the horizon with my telescope.' "
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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 28 June 1956

e e. Chess Tourney T EmIl

Nears CloseThe
FteNTMI O MR014{
M rKAMKIURT, / Thursday, June 28
NATTCenter chess tournament ___ Mainside Magic Fire (color

being held during the noon drama): Yvonne De Carlo, Carlos
hour in the Enlisted Men's ; A Thompson.

Lounge, Building 593, was slatedto NATTCenter Away All Boats

end this week. 4; ([color drama): Jeff Chandler

Last week's results: Julie Adams.

Malkewitz AGO, defeated Hospital Circus Girl (circus

M Boone, AN-P; Lazarus, AGO, de t 3 drama): 'European cast.

feated Boyd, AE; Bowman, Friday, June 29
NAWSr; defeated Berry, AN-P; .' "UwJ Mainside Man', With :The

Stair, AE, defeated Officer, AK; Golden Arm (drama dope

l-t .'; .. 1 Gross, AGO, defeated Overman, addicts): Frank Sinatra, Kim
MAD. Novak, Eleanor Parker.
TOrfORRCW HC'S ON Kushimi, MAD, defeated La- NATTCenter' Magic ,Fire
(color drama): Yvonne De Carlo
zarus, AGO; Bowman, NAWS, ,
defeated Thompson Stair Carlos Thompson..
AK; ,
AE, defeated Heath, NAWS; ? 1I0spitalAway: All Boats
r m1.lm Greenwood, AN-P defeated Gross, ,', '9: (color drama):" Jeff Chandler,
Julie Adams.
AGO; Shoemaker, AE, defeated
FOR RENT Anania, AGO. Saturday, June 30 _
Mainside Star Of India
2 bdrm. apt. 2853 Lydia St. EL Garrity, NAWS, defeated Boyle, -
48486. Deegan. Admin Warner NAWS defeated OPEN HOUSE-Lt. Bill Shute and his daughter Fay chat (color adv.): Cornel Wilde. Jean
; about things aviation during Attack Squadron's annual Open Wallace
Sm. turn apt. 2967 Selma St. EV Haltey, AE; DeMarco, AGO, defeated House last Saturday at NAS Cecil Field. The Open House pro NATTCenter Man With The ..
9-6480. Ntl). Zwick, SS; VanMullen, defeated gram was, held for the benefit of ,the squadrons families and Golden Arm (drama
1 bdrm. turn apt. 3629 Walsh St. Paulk, NAWS; Voss, AGO, friends. Highlight of the day was an aerial demonstration by a dope
I EV 9-1384.. Carry. defeated Drew, SS. division of AD Skjralders and a F3II Demon from VF-14. addicts):: Frank Sinatra, 'Kim
Novak, Eleanor Parker. '
I 3 nn. turn apt $52. 1016 Oak St. Reedy, AE, defeated Hall,
, Hospital Magic Fire (color
Castleberry. AGO; Gregus, Admin, defeated Plan Civilian Training ProgramFor drama): Yvonne De Carlo, Carlos
5 rm. turn. apt. $60. 4342 St Johns Copertino, SS; Sauers, NAWS, Thompson.

Ave. EV 94514. defeated Shepherd, .AGO; Farmer I At All LevelsThe Matinees

1 Ibdrm. tUrn. apt." $45. Ortega. EV AN-P, defeated Ryder, AE; Employees Kiddie matinee, Saturday, June

84235. Miller Singleton, AE, defeated Welch, Defense department has announced it plans a program of 30, 1400; Yukon Veeance ,(adventure -
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Nr. NAS. MAD; Malkewitz, AGO, defeated in their drama Also
training civilian employees at all levels cases where jobs j ) Out Of
2920 Harvard Ave. EV 9-3958 Holdman, AK; Starr, AE, defeated are abolished or rendered obsolete by automation. Scale. '(color' comedy).

Dow. Greenwood, AN-P. The department said these em Mainside movie: 1800, 2000,
3 bdrm. hse. $100. 2421 TJlandlng ) tary of Defense for Manpower.
ployees will be trained for the Sunday holidays 1400 also.
Blvd. Speer. Coast GuardsmanAE The memo. said in part: "The
new skills required in the opera NATTCenter movie: 1400, 1000,
4 nn. turn apt. $60. 563 CollegeSt. Honor StudentCoast tion of automation equipment. I introduction and application of 2000.
EL 5-6914 or EL 69258. I automatic data processing systems
Guardsman Harry Miller, OUTSIDERS would not be Hospital: 1900 only.
Harrison. planned for a' number of functions .
Jr., AT2, of Escondido, Calif., was hired for these jobs unless ,it is
3-3 rm. furn. apts. 563 College St. the honor student In last week's found to be absolutely necessary, in the Defense Dept. will Former Army Man
EL 5-6914 or EL 69258. Hani- necessitate a sizeable program oi
graduating class from A viaUonElectrician's AK
the department said. The'polley, indoctrination selection and train. Honor StudentA
son. Mate School Class A long advocated by Federal em- former Army man, Robert
22. turn apts. $8 wk. 563 lug of personnel at all levels; It
rm. per at the Naval Air Technical Train
ployee unions, was'set forth in amemo Shockley, AKAN, was the honor
College St. EL 5-6914 or EL 6- ing Center. appears clear, after study: of the
addressed to the Assistant student In last week's graduatingclass
personnel aspects of this problem,
9258. His next duty is with the U.S Secretaries of the Army, Navy from Aviation StorekeeperSchool
that the need for skilled personnel
2 bdrm. hse. $75. 2268 W.
Coast Guard Air Station, Eliza and Air Force by Henry A. at NATTCenter.Shockjey .
must be met primarily through
Lake Shore Blvd. EV 9-4652.
(after 1700) or EV 7-1621, Ext. beth City, N.J. DuFlon, Deputy_ "Assistant. Secre- training of present employees and ) ,, of ,Leaksville! N, C.,
133. I not through recruitment of out was discharged from the Army In

2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $80. Available Silent Sam, The Rooster Has Replaced side sources." 1952 after serving: In Europe, and

July 14. 4728 Pinewood Rd. THE MEMO set up Iwo inter. joined the Navy two years later.
Lex. Platter Which Has Replaced Bugler service recruitment committees, lie Will report,to Supply Depart
ment NAS Jax for duty..
Car apt. Furn. Nr. NAS. Available one'of which will study the problems
Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.-"Silent" of special for l .
7 1431 St. EV training em-
July Dancy second. Much to the dismay of
91840. Sam, a cocky little rooster who ployees' who are to be given an
he continues VF-4.3
many, un-
shifted into
Apt. Furn. $50. 3236 MayflowerSt. daylight saving time til 0730. opportunity to learn the new

EV 95794. without rustling a feather, is lit A pet rooster of cook Sfc.. Gifford skills needed for automatic data (Continued from Page 1))

4 rm. turn. apt $70. 2580 Riverside erally driving slumbering soldiers Coggins of the 58th Trans- processing systems. and VMF-314.

Ave. Inquire apt. 2, Cowart. here coo-coo. Co., Sam knows well the hand During the competition the

FOR SALE Sam, who sounds like anything that feeds him. He follows the teams will be governed by the

2 bdrm. hse. shopping center. EL but a softly twittering nightin sergeant from mess hall to mess 20 EnthusiastsIn new Navy competitive rules

62516. Reid. gale, has replaced the phonograph Sailing Club which call for two runs on the

Use in Lakeshore. Nr. NAS & which replaced the bugle as a hall.Another outstanding feature target and 35 rounds of 20mm am-
All the sailors aren't in the munition loaded in each'of four
reveille reminder.He about Sam is his
Cecil. Low GI equity, $58. :5150 apparent ego
Marlene EV 71581. Morgan. used to crow every morn- tism. He just loves' to strut in Navy! guns.

2 bdrm. hse. 1% gar. GI equity, ning from front of a full-length mirror at So sounded off eight lusty The All-Navy Meet will be the

$43. EV 97810. White. the limb ofa the motor pool. Occasionally, he'll Marine Corps voices from the first to hold fire under these new

3 bdrm. hse. Ext. 777, EV 80121. tree out-1 fufgi 'Q3J just squat sedately on his tail Marine Aviation Detachmentat rules.
side the Naval Air Technical As the pilots left Jax they were
feathers and
Plerottl. a mess ; j. BotTrotAM r gaze admiringly at
2 bdrm. hse. GI equity, $49. 5211 hall here ''t himself, probably repeating: Training Center. handed this message: "The At

Helm Ave.: EV 7-4837. Hunt. when the "Mirror, mirror on the wall-Is Eight of the 20 prospective lantic Fleet has high hopes for
I in the
2 bdrm. hse. 6226 Pennant Dr. W., lights went Sam fairest of them all?" -.r members the Jax Navy Sailing your success coming" gunnery
meet. Good luck! -Admiral
Venetla Terrace. EV 7-4939. on at 0400. Club_ are Marines, enthusi-
Jcrauld Wright, CincLantFlt
Blesslnger. Now, with ::j 1 Interested In College astic about the newly organized *.
3 bdrm. hse.,2226 Reed St., OrangePk. the new '' group.

CO 49256. daylight. Credit Math Course? Secretary Maurice Riddle, of P03 Exams

MISCELLANEOUS system in All personnel Interested In a MAD, is asking both sailors and
t f (Continued from Page 1))
effect, Sam ;: nine-month college level mathematics -
Wanted ride from Nlra and San 1 marines aboard the Naval Air
cackles off.without invited to AT3, MM3 EM3 SO3 and TM3.
; course are a ,
Marco Boulevard. Hrs: 0730 Station to try their "white
meeting this (Thursday) afternoonat Also air controlman (early war-
1600. Ext. 748 or 714. Altee. wings" In the sailing club.
missing a i*'>* ..dka 1630 in Building 501, Room 201. ning) ACW3: air controlman
Ride from Southsldc Estates to
(tower) ACT3; air controlman
NATTC.. Hrs. 0730 1600. Ext.
(radar) ACR3; aviation elec-
8280. RA 43278. Alberghine.

Want a single or married womanto I Gladiators Of V -I06 Snare 20 Es I AEM3 trician's; aviation mate electrician's(electrician)mate-

help drive to San Diego, Calif. ,
(instrument repairman) AEI3;
Will leave' about July :5 or 6. EV Personnel of Attack Squadron pilots winning nihe Es in high -throw much of the credit to parachute rigger (survivalman)

8-5259. DeLack. 106 received quite a bit of altitude lift ,bombing, four Es the enlisted personnel and PRS3; parachute rigger (maintenance -
Want ride from Hendrlcks to NAS. ribbing from sister squadronsof in low altitude loft bombing, maintenance crews of the and gases) PRM3; elec-

Hrs: 0730 1610. Ext. 8389. Fleet Air Jacksonville be six Es in 25,000 foot gunnery squadron for the 20 Es. tronics technician (radar) -

Garcia. cause they have been stationedat and one E in 15,000 foot gun- ETR3; electronics technician
Join or form car pool from Arlington Winning Es ,were Comdr.

NAAS since The is
Mayport leavingthe nery. squadron (communications) ETN3; elec-
to NAS. Hrs: 0700 1530. USS Coral Sea, but look ally proud of the Es won in Hills; and Lcdr. J. G. Hansen, tronics technician (sonar) -

Ext. 8653 or RA 45205.: Ken who's laughing now.. gunnery as this mission Js secondary triple E winners; double E, ETS3; fire control technician

nedy. The sand and sea weed havea to an attack squadron winners were Ltjg( ) R. C (manually controlled systems)
Want ride from Ramona Blvd. to
'\' healthy effect as the lads such as VA-106. Harrison; Ltjg( ) W. W. Smith; -FTM3; fire control technician
NAS. Hrs: 0730 1600. Ext. from the "woods" have gar.. THE "GLADIATORS" of Ltjg) B. J. Dooley; and Ltjg( ) (underwater) FTU3; fire con

8246 or Ext. 669. Etersque. ,nered 20 Navy Es, and only VA-106'a r e skippered by H. A. Wilson. Single E winners trol technician (automatic directors

LOST AND FOUND six months have passed since Comdr. Hollis Hills. They only included Lt J. W.' Roberts; Lt ) FTA3; fire control technician

Wrist watch In E&I: office, Bldg. the squadron has,received the ask for more duty on the! sandy (jg) J. R. Gunter; Ltjg( ) F. J. (integrated systems) FTL3

500. Owner may identify and F9F-8 jet.aircraft.. coast of Mayport is they can Slyfleld; Ltjg( ) R. W Johnson; and fire control technician (electromechanical
claim same. A BREAKDOWN shows 15 win mote Navy Es. The pilots! and Ltjg( ) L. F. Eggert. systems) FTE3.