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Eight-Ship Squadron


rytn vi, 1y cD Middies Receive Royal

Welcome Upon Arrival

Today marks a historical milestone in the long colorful

history of the U.S. Navy and Jacksonville when a class of

Midshipmen from Annapolis arrive at Jacksonville during

their annual summer training cruise
'' : H' -
< ,. q'.. ' FROM: MIDDIES\ Midshipmen The USS Antietam, arrived at
", "" ,">. > >." 1> class in the operating problems
., ." ..: :.." :,..: :: : of the Class of '58 from Annapolis the Mayport Carrier Basin at 0800 carrier. The Antietam, flagshipof
greet the city of Jacksonville this morning carrying 481 Mid-
.".".. :, formation on the flight deck of the I Hunter Killer Squadron Four,
..""",,,. USS Antietam as she approaches Jax. shipmen of the class of 58. was the first U.S. aircraft converted -
In background, refueling the carrier, is This Is the annual summer to the angle-decked principal.
the USS Forrest Royal (DD 872)). cruise taken to indoctrinate the SIX DESTROYERS of Squad

ron Four, the USS Charles Roan,
------------- ---- -- -- USS Hunt, USS Brownson, USS
ComSix Group Forrest Royal, USS S. B. Roberts
and USS Abbott, plus the submarine

USS Surago are accompanying -

ConductingInspection Jt1X the carrier On the training
cruise. They will remain at May-

port until Monday morning when
.. they will begin the return trip to

The annual combined( ad the Chesapeake Bay base. About

ministrative inspection of the< 19 July 1956 5,000 enlisted men and 220 officers
VOL-14 No. 17 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla
Commandant, Sixth N a val l -- --- are attached to the ships in
District, and Commander Na- -- -- addition to the Midshipmen.

val Air Bases, Sixth Naval MANY OFFICIAL, athletic and

District, brought some 30 Na- social events have been plannedfor
val and Marine officers and 'OperationPrestige' the visit to Jacksonville and

key civilians from Charleston neighboring communities. Official
to Jacksonville early Monday calls will be made to the offices of
morning. both the Jacksonville and Jack

Headed by Capt. F. R. Jones, Inspector sonville Beach mayors. Dances,

General, the party will re- Underway"Operation picnics, a beauty pageant and a
main in the northeast Florida area water show have been scheduled.

through 1600 Thursday, July 26, Softball, baseball and basketball
when all but those connected with Prestige,"_is be- games have been arranged with

Supply will return to Charleston. ing adopted by the Navy's recruiting well known Jacksonville teams.

Supply officials will remain over committee during a The baseball'game will be played'
to complete inspection of NAS against the American Legion team
drive for the next 12 monthsin
Cecil Field Friday morning. from Post 9, and the softball game
its efforts toward retaining with the St. Johns Park Baptist
experienced officers and en- team. The basketball game will be
officers based locally, the inspec-
tion party' will visit Naval commands listed the service.At played with the Jax Beach
and activities in the Jacksonville the same time the Navy will
Trips to St. Augustine and Ma-
' area, the Naval Station encourage youths with a high I.Q. rineland have also been plannedfor '
Green Cove Springs, NAS San-
and "strong motivation" to seek a the visitors as well as several
ford, and the Reserve Training
Center, ''Underwater Sound Lab- career as' officers in either the (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))

oratory and Recruiting Substationin Regular Navy or Naval Reserve. .
CLASSMATE SHIPMATES-For four years (in Sheyboygan,
Orlando. Wise., Jo Posewitz, AA, (right) and Heather Thielman, AA, were Active duty officers and enlisted -
in school. their graduation they joined the Retribution Seen
Local inspections will include classmates high Upon in
boot and last week were graduated men, especially i
Navy together, went through camp
NAS Jacksonville, Naval Hospital,
School at NATTCenter together. fields will For
from Airman Preparatory the critical technical Officers
NAS Cecil Field, NAAS Mayport, Comdr. Dwight Asmus, superintendent of special training, presentsthe
Navy Fuel Depot, Naval Reserve girls with their diplomas prior to their: departing for Memphisand be encouraged to stay and make Who Lost PayThe

Training Center, Naval Recruiting further schooling.Tradition. the Navy a career. '

Station, Preventive'Medicine, Marine The potential officer-the high I House Judiciary com-

Barracks, and Assistant In- school graduate and college stu mittee has provided a bill
Wins which would authorize settle-
dustrial Manager. ; dent-will be told of such officer
ment to those officers who got
for the
HERE FROM Charleston programs as the OCS, NavCad,
two-weeks inspection, in additionto OAC, NROTC and Naval Acade- promoted in rhnk during the 't
Jones Overhaul and years 1932.34 but were not allowed -
Capt. are: 13 Buttons BackThe -
Repair Department, Capt. R. W. my.The any pay increase.
Jackson; Comptroller Functions, recruiting committee intends The bill was mainly pushedby
Capt. J. E. Minter; Supply,Capt Secretary of the Navy has officially approved the return of to go all out in its reenlist- the Retired Officers Associ-
J. S. Bierer and Comdr. M. R. the 13-buttorn blue trousers. Their return to style follows a fleetwidepoll ment campaign during the year. ation whose entire testimonywas

Mowry; Dental, Capt. P. M. Car- taken of enlisted men, with the results of the poll showing a' They have already brought the quoted by> the committeein

biener and LtjgJEI. M. Goding; majority of men wanting the 13 buttons! back. Navy's over-all reenlistment fig its report on the bill.

Chaplain, Capt. R. W. Faulk; Military The buttons will replace the are now permissable instead of ure up from 7.4 percent for Octo- All automatic' pay ,increases

Personnel functions, Comdr.J. present zipper-fly trousers, five per bar, for wear on officers' ber-December 1955 to 30 percent during the depression years

R. Hughes, and Roscoe U. Grady IN TilE ATLANTIC Fleet 86 evening dress and white mess jac for the January-March 1956 was stopped by economy legis-

PNC; Records Managementand percent of the men wanted the period.MDB. lation and all pay was cut 15

Punch Card Equipment, H. T. Button trousers. Ninety three percent ket.Also approved, but depending percent. .
The present bill-would make
Thirkell. of Pacific Fleet wanted -
i the of funds
Industrial Relations, A. E. May; their; return. A total of about 15- upon authorization availability for enlisted Payments Due settlement to the officers in-
was recruits -
Commur.'cations, Comdr. T. R. I 000 men were queried. at Naval Training Centers Mutual Death Benefit Society volved. The actual number of ....
Gray, J. T. Howard; Special Services -I persons affected is not known
The reasons expressed for the tow ear organizationalissuestandard members are reminded that assessment -
and clubs, Lcdr. W. but it believed to be a small
messes return to the 13 button trousers high white .leggings on No. 65 is due and payable
W. Huffman; Audit of Accounts of were they looked more "salty," ceremonial occasions. by July 24. group.

Special Services, messes and had a better fit and. were traditionally -- --- ----- -- --------
clubs, E. E. Terryj; Library, Mrs. "Navy": lax PMU Expands ,
Regina Yoast; Public Works 'and
Transportation, Comdr. J. W. The Secretary also reinstatedthe I
Gorman; Passive Defense, Comdr. old signalman Insignia, and I DiseaseVectorControlCenterFormedPreventive I
approved the wearing of more
W. B. Brown; Discipline, Shore '
miniature medals for officers. The -
Patrol and Brig, Comdr R. A.
Woodliff; Legal, Capt. G. F. insignia which is steeped in Navy Medicine Unit and purpose remained unique U.S. Navy Disease Vector Control

Stearns Jr.; Sanitation and Pre tradition, is two crossed sema No. 1, which in 1948 became among similarly designated units. Center, without numerical desig. -.

ventive Medicine, CWOHC F. L. phore flags.ELEVEN. the first permanently estab- NOW TilE REORGANIZATIONof nation since it is the Navy's only
MINIATURE medals lished unit in the Navy devo-
Fenn; Ordnance, Comdr. H. E. all Navy preventive medicine such center, the local unit will
Erickson Operations (surface), ted to the control .and prevention
; WEATHER OUTLOOK of disease-bearing vec- units, which disestablishes two, serve a greatly expanded area including
Lt. L. G. Todd.
operative forces of the
Operations (air), Comdr. R. M. Friday Partly cloudy with tors, has again advanced in at Camp LeJeune and Great Navy afloat and ashore of the
under a reorganizationorder Lakes; retains four, at Norfolk,
Brown; Photographic Division, afternoon and evening thunder- scope Eastern Sea Frontier in additionto
isued by the Secretaryof Pearl Harbor, San Diego and Yo-
Public Informa- showers.
CWO J. P. Toth; its former territory of the Car -
tWn Lcdr. R. W. Wynn; Firefighting Saturday Slightly cooler the Navy. hosuka (Japan) in unchanged status ibbean Sea frontier. t
Facilities, H. F. Harding; Ma- with thundershowers throughout Originally known as Malaria ; and establishes a new one in
rine Barracks, Col. J. R. Hester; the day. and Mosquito Control Unit No. 1, Naples, Italy; has conferred an WHILE ITS MISSION is not

Wave Facilities, Lt.Rosa B.Willis; Sunday Rising temperaturesand the unit later assumed the desig- entirely new name and expanded greatly changed, many of its activities
and Recorder, Miss Florence By- scattered evening thunder- nation of Preventive Medicine mission to the local unit. formerly without official

field. showers. Unit No. 1, although its mission Henceforth to be known as the (Please turn to Page 9, CoL 5).y J' \.



9Q wo JAX AIR NEWS __ 19 July 1956

WEEKEND TIDE V AB-l, VF-171, VW-4, Fasion 109, Fasron;

xnjgwst HIGH LOW 6 Report

A.M. PJt AM. P.M.

;t Friday 6:14 6:41: 12:10: 12:03:

every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air Sat. 6:58: 7:21 12:51: 12:44: Scouting Squadrons
Station. Jacksonville, Florida Sunday 7:407:58: 1:29: 1:24
NAS Jaks.*,lUe l I I
rapt William S. ITarrlt Commanding OfficerComdr
-- -
Robert II. Smith _______,.?_. ....,-....-..;-., ExecuUve Officer VAil well as the officers.
Meet Air JaekM.vlIU I Squadron congratulations go to Comdr. William
Hear Adm. Delbert'S. Cornv ell Commander Laliberte is the
Cajt.: Richard O. Greene Chief of Staff leading Chief Joseph Oppcnhei- squadron's commanding officer.
fleet Air Wl r Kleve mer, who has accrued 22 years
Cart. Bowen F. McLeod ?___>_ Commander The total of 800 hours 'were
Comdr. Richard Da\ls Chief Staff Officer service and has reenlisted for an' flown during the month of which
Air Teehlt'.1 Tr.l.lag Dater other four-year cruised
Capt. Henry C. ) N"j Commanding Officer f 600 were night operations and of
Comdr. Edward W, UUhop Executive .Officer Also on the shipping over roster that number 350 were night instrument .
Natal UipltU is Frank Nibbler, AD2. Nibblerhas
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Cammandlnff Officer
Capt. 1.. A. Newton Executive Officer On Saturday, July 21, com- signed over for three years. e .

Capt. Norman O. Anderson _._._NAKTU.........__..___.._ Commanding Officer mencing at 1400, the CPO Club Gordon Morris, AQ1, has made VW-4
will feature barbecued steaks AQC; and James Hendrix, PR1 Lt John McTammany and
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station crew
:Jackaomille, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds 8-ounce[ ), served on the patio. made PRC. seven left July 10 to relieve Lt
at no expense"' to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS I'--35. Rev steaks be barbecued by A welcome aboard to ,Ensign (jg) Peter Wendler and
The may crew six
1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and< the the individual or by the chef, Sidney Saulins, who has come at San Juan, Puerto Rico.
U, S. Naval Hospital.
whichever is desired. from NavRecSta, Washington, Crew six has been
Service Information Officer-Lcdr. T. p, Morgan on the alert
Editor Andrew II. Planey D.C. He has been trained in tacti- for trouble shooting
The cost per order is $1.20. For hurricanes at
Assistant! F.dltor" Charley Srhaaf; Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; cal photo interpretation radar an- San Juan for two weeks.
Nancy Ward. J03; Jack Holmes PHI. the convenience qf patrons who
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. do not.desire a full dinner, bar- alysis. New names has been added to
AFI'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without The nuptial knot was tied when
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of othermatter becued hamburgers and hot dogs both the officers and enlisted
except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of will be available.On Ltjg( ) David Folger, and Joan men's roster. They
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. Throckmorton took wedding vows are Ensign
Editorial: offices located Main Administration Building Phone extensions 22 1400 Robert Eddy in from Past Graduate
8.14t 21ft and 8164.'a Sunday, July at on June 30. The couple were married
the club will feature pit barbe- at Caldwell N.J., the bride's School, Monterey. Calif., and
Donald Firta, AE2, from NAS
cued beef dinners served on the home town. Eddie Wall, AA, and
D/l/ I\E SAFETYBox patio, buffet style. The cost"of the Mildred Wood of Guthbert, Ga., Sanford, :Fla.

' S E ..RI\ I 'E S dinner is $1.20. were married on July 7. VW-4 went overboard in tras-
Score fen this
.... For the convenience of those k Leaving the squadron this weekIs were
Disabling Injuries Through patrons who so desire, pit barbe- Charles Dunlap, AD3. His des- Comdr.Wiliam Cain, to BAR Burbank -
Calif., Lcdr. William
tination is separation center. Pageto
CATHOLIC cued beef sandwiches will be
Sunday :Mass 0800, 0900, Tuesday, July 17 served. Jack Dalton, CP, was trans- Armed Forces Staff College,
1000 St. Edward's Chapel. This Month 1 ferred to Construction Battalion, Norfolk, Va.; Ltjg) William
Saturday, August 4 at 2000, a Marsh to NAS
This Year 2 Hutchinson Kan.
Mobile Unit 6 Davisville HI. ;
Saturday :Mass, 0300. ,
I I Days Since Last patio dance is scheduled, featuring Wilbur Thomas, AA, and Robert
I Daily -,Mass, 0630.
Lost'Time Accident 15mmD I' an orchestra. Dinner will be VF 171 Batchelder, AA, both transferred
Sunday 0930, :Mass at the -
served on the patio until 2200. to NATTC Norman, Okla.
Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction Daring competitive exercises of
Classes, Building 463. i A bulletin board for the' convenience VF-171 held during the squadron's Trading in their uniforms for

PROTESTANTThursday of all patrons will be participation in All Weather In civilian attire were James Meyer,

July 19 I erected in the club on July 21. terceptor Training at Key West, AG1, of Orlando, Fla., and Lionel

1000 All Saint's Choir Re I The[ purpose of the bulletin boards conducted under FawtuLant, Lt Byrd Jr., ATI, of Biloxi, Miss.

hearsal, All Saint's Chapel. Thursday, July 19 I to permit patrons to advertise J. P. Rogers, maintenance officer, .

Sunday, July 22 Mainside The Eddie Duchin articles for "sale" or articles achieved the highest individualscore Fasron 109

I 0800 Episcopal Communion Story (color musical drama): Ty- "wanted to buy." among entries. The commanding officer held

; Service, Chaplain Nickelson. rone Power, Kim Novak. Only one The club management an- He made a 96 out of a possible monthly personnel inspection
0930 Sunday School for ages movie at 1900.NATTCenter. ,nounced that the CPO Club ball- 100 tries. Monday July 16, and chose MyronW

I, 4 through adults. Abdullah's room is available for private departmental During the month long manue- Griese, PN3, of the Adminis

1 0930 Service of Divine Wor- Harem (comedy): Kay Randall parties, banquets or vets 18 pilots qualified.The entiresquadron tration ,Department as the "Manof

ship, Chaplain Osman. I Marina Berti, Gregory Ratoff. dinners. Arrangements can be personnel was deployedto the Month"-for July.

1100 Service of Divine Worship Hospital Picnic (drama): made by contacting the club man- I Key West by air lift and included Every month before personnel

t Chaplain Osman. William Holdcn, Rosaline Russell, ager at extension 369. 130 enlisted personnel as inspection each division officer of

| 1DOO The United Fellowship Kim Novak. Fasron 109 selects three men of

of Protestants, Building 722. Friday, July 20 his division that meet the require

Monday, July 23 Mainside First Traveling ments of character military cour-
4 K :
1930 Latter Day Saints' Ser- Saleslady (color comedy): Ginger >.r ECV0 9.{'s. '. II k'f"' '* 1f tesy, proficiency in rate, performance -

vice, Building 750.Tuesday Rogers Barry Nelson, Carol > of duties and other) qualifi-
July 24 Channing. ; : cations and submits names for a

1900 Episcopal Instruction NATTCenter The Eddie Du. I secret ballot held by the divisionto

Class, Building 563. chin Story (color musical drama): 5:" v ;r : select one as their "Man of the

1930 Christian Science Service Tyrone Power, Kim Novak. 4J'Y Month".

Building 750. Hospital Abdullah's Harem The final selection is made by

1930 Bible ,Study Group, (comedy):. Kay Randall, Marina ally ; the commanding officer at in
Building 804. Berti, Gregory Ratoff. r... V M2 Y+ spection. The winner receives a
I| Thursday, July 26 Saturday, July 21 $35 gift certificate to a Jackson-
I 1900 All Saint's Choir Re Mainside Comanche (color ville clothing store and the run-

hearsal, All Saint's Chapel. western): Dana Andrews. Linda ners-up;,are granted a special 24
I I ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL CristaL hour liberty.

(Naval Hospital, Protestant) NATTCenter First Traveling Eleven men were advanced to

: Sunday, July 15 Saleslady (color comedy): Ginger AN this week. They include Rich-

1930 Instruction Class for Rogers, Barry Nelson, Carol I ard Nickerson; Charles Johnson;

personnel of Presbyterian or Re- Channing. Duane Boatright; Thomas Macko-
formed background, Hospital 1 I Hospital The Eddie Duchin
vich; Lynn Owen; George Jeter;
ChapeL Story (color drama): Tyrone
Jerry Thomas; Edward Herman;
Power, Kim Novak.
Ronald Rosenberg William E.
Kiddie Matinee
Smith; and Frank Candido.
NAVY Mainside Ambush At Toma- -----_._ -,-- .
hawk Gap (outdoor drama): John I PROTESTANT CDAPLAINLt. -
EXCHANGE S Derek. Also Mad Hatter (come- Lt. Osman New Robert E. Osman has arrived Fasron 6
dy). to take over the NAS protestant Comdr. Jaquelin Davison, who
chaplain duties from Lcdr. Malcolm has been'Fasron Six executive officer -
Mainside movie 1800 and PrOtestant Carpenter who has been si ice September 1954, has
2000. Sundays and holidays transferred to Roosevelt Roads,
received his orders and is leav-
1400 also. Rico. He holds a briefing
NATTCenter movie Here with his two enlisted assistants, ing Friday, July 20. His new assignment -
The Navy ,Exchange has cf- 1400, Chaplain John DeLoach, AA, and Ann is at NATTCenter Jax.
feted an unusual buy in ladies 180Q( and 2000. Gcrads, SN. Lcdr. Ernest Eldridge will assume -
which will be Lt. Robert E. Osman has
hosiery placed on re :
the duties of acting executive -
sale in all stare Friday morning HOT AIR ported here as Protestant chaplain the carrier made two cruises to officer until Lcdr. Austin

July 20.These. of the Naval Air Station Jackson the Far East. Karnes repo.rts aboard sometime

first quality ladies hosein ville, succeeding Lt. Comdr. Mal- A graduate of Bob Jones University during the month of August.

Fall shades are offered at extremely colm A. Carpenter who was recently Greenville, S.C., and The Fasron Six golf team dealt

low' prices. Other ship- transferred to the Naval Princeton Seminary, Princeton NARTU its first intramural golf
ments expected on later dates will Station at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto N.J., where he obtained his degreeof defeat in two years of competitionby

be announced upon arrival. Rico. Bachelor of Divinity, Lf. Os the score of 3% to 2%. Chief
i Lt. Osman, who served for the man spent several years as a civilian Walter Chaffin, Roy Massey and
A Sailor and Wave were ridingout I ..- l 5. ty past two years aboard the aircraft minister before entering the Chief lane Travis, on loan from

in the country on horseback.As carrier USS Philippine Sea feels Navy in Oct. 1952. After completing VF-22, won their matches and
they stopped for a rest the right at home here
as his former training in the Navy Chap Comdr. Max Replogle earned a
two horses rubbed necks affectionately skipper on the carrier, Capt. Wil- lains School at Newport, R.L, hwas tie to give the team their victory.

liam S. Harris, is now command ordered for duty at the Naval The following named men
"Ah, me," said the sailor. ing officer of) NAS Jax. The aver- Training Center, Bainbridge Md.lie checked into the squadron this
'That's what I'd like to do." church
age attendance aboard the and Mrs. Osman have three week: John James, AD; Norman
"Go ahead," answered the t"May / have a pass" carrier, the chaplain says, was children, Sandra Jean, 11: Robert Mize, AM2; William Kurth, PRC;

Wave, "It's your horse. about 400. During his tour of duty Jr., 8; and Kimberly Sue, 5. and Frank Giordano, ADI.


-,'................'" ....

19 July 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Ship-Over II Servicemen Can Still Earn GI Benefits I


On Servicemen who serve for at To be eligible under Public satisfies the requirement.
least 24 months, some part before Law 7, 84th Congress, a sere Veterans have three years
iceman only needed to serve at from the date of discharge to
Feb. I, 1955, will earn the
The least one day before Feb. 1, '55 begin the educational program.
UpsurgeIf maximum 36 months entitle-
and 89 days afterward. Muster- They must actually be in training -
ment of GI Bill education, loan, ing out pay is payable to those on the cutoff date in orderto
the signs of the times are jobless pay and mustering out discharged under honorable continue. No training will be (Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor

right, then things are looking pay benefits when they are conditions. For the other bene- allowed after Jan. 31, 1965, or all Navy libraries in the are a.)
Winds, Blow Gently: Good sum-
separated it was announcedlast fits a discharge under other eight years after discharge,
for the Navy with reenlistments week in Washington. than dishonorable conditions whichever date comes first. mer title, isn't it? It is also very
on the upgrade. good reading for any time. We
call your attention to new titles
According to figures releasedby
.. :,f which are constantly being received -
NAS Jar Personnel Division, RCAF Pilot ."i"....l '';: ,' in your libraries but occasionally -

reenlistments have jumped from ,, :1 we like to recall older
I 37 percent to 45 percent within: Reports ForExchangeDuly T ''"':'',.' books-those people have continued -

the past several weeks. This ; if to read long after the pub-
lishers cease advertising. This one
means that nearly every other
was published about ten years ago
man of NAS Jax slated for sepa- and still provides excellent read-

ration now signs up for another Lt. Frederick C. Rodgman, a ing entertainment for those who

hitch. pilot with the Royal CanadianAir like a good plot, fine characterization
'" The NAS Ma-' Force operating out of Green humor, tragedy and romance

rines Barracksalso 'I wood, Nova Scotia, has reportedas combined by good writing. The
an exchange pilot with Patrol story centers about a Quaker
reports an Squadron 16 here. family.

upsurge of re- Rodgman's flying record shows Loon Feather: The story of

ups, although i 400 hours in a P2V-7 patrol plane, Tecumseh's daughter. Of course it
not as heavy, comparable to the U. S. Navy's is told as a novel, with all the
but nevertheless -I P2V-5, and 600 hours in a British appeal and majesty of that trying
i Lancaster type plane. He was engaged time in the history of the tribe.
,an increase. in antisubmarine warfare. Oneta was trained in the Indian

L. I One<<:.out of.ev- During World War II he flew the ways and also in the white man's,
Hare ery live marinesis I British Oxford type plane. causing the brilliant girl to follow

presently shipping over. I Born in Yorkshire, England, a lifetime seeking to keep the best

To what is the increase in ship- Rodgman grew up in Canada and in both traditions. As fine a pic-
enlisted in the RCAF in 1942. ture of the period and as excitingan
overs attributed? Reenlistment ... ...,
Shortly; after that he was sent to Indian-frontier tale as you will
yeomen give credit to the fringe flight training school at Uplands, RCAF PILOT JOINS \T-1C-Com Jr.. Max Piper, skipper of find!
benefits, better retirement, quicker Patrol 16 mechanical difference
out the In
Squadron points landing
Ontario Alone
where he was awardedhis Who Walk : The story of
advancement in rates, and the gear of the Navy's P2V-5 patrol bomber to that of the Royal Canadian
increase in number of rated petty wings in Nov. 1943 and given Air Force's P2V-7, to Lt. Frederick Rodfman, (right) RCAF an American who contracted leprosy
the rank equivalent to ensign in pilot. Rodgman, on exchange duty, wil be attached to VP16. during the Spanish American !- '
officers. I
the U. S. Navy Discharged after War..Sounds prosaic, but you
Last weekwas that war, he was recalled to active will be a most unusual person if
an espe- -j duty in 1951 with the rankof Russ Carlyle Band Set you can leave the book unfin

cially heavy Ltjg( ), and was promoted to ished. It contains all the,tragedy
week at NAS his present rank on Jan. 1, 1955. and pathos usually associated with

Jax for reups, : ... fI He expects to remain with VP- For EM Dance July 24 the dread disease, but that is mu-
with five Navy 16 for about two years. ted to give the story remarkable
men and one i courage from its tense beginning

marineshiping .. Slow Down 'The Romantic Stylo of Russ I through the subsequent twenty-
the story of his attempt to win
"" Carlyle" and his orchestra will five years to a satisfying, if Inevitable
over.William ..'.' 't.. over his sweetheart who adores finish.
Hare .
"; And LiveIf provide the musical setting for an crooners.
Our Forefathers
and Arthur Hutcheson Lusty : For
enlisted men's dance next Tues- Others featured with the Car- pick-up reading. Chapter Headings
Thomas, both chief air control-
men at Operations Department, everyone who drives a car day at Mainside Auditorium at lyle group are Michael Caranda, will give you the idea of a new

were sworn in by CIISCLK Ber- Could lie a month in bed 2000. whose piano artistry is terrific; slant on history; Swipy or sober?
nie Darder, assistant personnel With broken bones and ugly Outstanding musical offeringsare singer Fran Clarke; Harry Martin (the supervisor of drinking docs

officer, last Thursday. Hare woundsOr not all that Russ Carlyle and and Woody Sanders.. his duty).
shipped over for six more to go fractures on the head his orchestra will offer Tuesday. + Just Between Friends: (a Quak.
with 20 he already has accumu- And then endure the agonies Aside from being one of the na Ordnance School er wedding.)

lated, while Thomas added four That many people do tion's best musical groups, the Honors To Kalb Scarlet Letters: (Crime and
more on to his 20. They'd never need preach safety Carlyle crew boasts a very enter- punishment by aid of the alpha-

"" Bothhave Anymore to me or you. taining musical playlet segment Robert Kalb ,AOAN, of Astoria, bet. They call it Bundling (noteson
"Mr : which it regularly offers. L.I., New York, was the honor a quaint American custom).
seen 20 years of If everyone could meet the wife Built around Russ, the band student in last week's graduatingclass Stagecoach Stickups: (Theft

service with And children with Dad gone does what amounts to a small mu- from Aviation Ordnancemen was gold in the express boxes-)

t y perfect conduct, And step into the darkened home sical revue, complete with props School Class A at the Naval Air and so forth through 27 good
[ never having Where once happy faces shone and costumes. Probably one of the Technical Training Center. stories.

been put*on report And look upon the "vacant chair" most amusing parts of the show is Kalb, who joined the Navy less Moonstone: Acknowledged by
or sent to Where Dad was want to sitI the bit Russ labels "My Gal and than a year ago, has been assigned real mystery fans to be one of the
Captain's mast.Shipping am sure each reckless driver I", where Russ takes his audience to Fasron Five, NAS, greatest. Wilkie Collins' story is
over Would be forced to think a bit. through a musical tour of the Oceana, Va., for further transferto practically a classic now. Have

Thomas and< congratu- years of the croon craze, telling Akron 16. you read it?

lated by Comdr. Robert H. Smith, If everyone could stand beside ""hw. Decline and Fall Of Practically
NAS executive officer, was Mar- The bed of some close friend Everybody: The footnotes must bl-
I vin Howze, ADI, who shippedfor And hear the doctor say "No ,;>;:;:',, read to complete the full humorof

six. A veteran of 12 years, he Hope" ,ri. Will Cuppy's thoroughly delightful ,\
Before that fatal end \ comments anent historical -
is attached to Information and .:;,. :
Education oUice.Following And see him there unconscious < (?) happenings and people.
Never knowing what took place .
his ; The laws and rules of traffic l w

own advice was j Pr P Y I am sure we'd soon embrace.If i I FilANotes I

Arlie' Richards, qi

PN2, reenlist- everyone who takes the wheel FRA Branch X98 meets on the
ment yeoman, Would say a little prayer second Tuesday, with business
for And keep in mind those in
who signed j the car 0t meetings on the third Tuesday of
six more. This \ .Ike Depending on his care .t each month. All FRA membersand
was his first reenlistment j And make a vow and pledge him- welcome
guests are to attend
self :. :
after : these meetings.
five years scrv- j Never to take a chance -
Branch 126 holds its business
ice. Shelton The great crusade for safety meetings on the third Thursdayof
I Sgt. Lanny Hutcheson, sworn I Would suddenly advance. each month .
in by Major Louis Sartor, com-
served two and a half years.
manding officerof
The sixth man i'
Marine Bar- r Yy -
at Mainside re- Rhyme* of thcTimcs0a

racks, was the _
) 12th marine to week enlisting last : : 1
was -
ship over at the f

Barracks since Shelton, _n__ .... _____ __' '. .'hWh'.... 'oW_,_
the first of the CD3, who was USAFI DIPLOMA-Pfc Alexander lieU, of NAS Marine Barracks 7 r UR S1CA oilk' M
year. He reenlisted sworn in for receives congratulations and his certificate for completion of STrul AVp &AY
for the another six- the USAFI' high school level test from his commanding officer suee TO nave SIFELY
full six hitch by Major Louis Sartor. Hett, who had only one year of high schoolbefore gyeevM/te c?rwe WAY
years year entering the service, will now be credited with a full four-
JTowie after having Richard Comdr. Smith. I year high school education.






Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 19 July 1956

I If You're Smart, You Can Avoid Heat Exhaustion! J -

: Illness due to heat exhaustion ness and headache; pale clammy Personnel are further advised to ;closely as possible, or to exert

is no slight possibility in skin; mild; to severe abdominal i refrain from excessive exercise in proper caution, could lead to serj-heat

cramps; nausea and vomiting; the direct heat of the sun, to use ous consequences such as
the semi-tropical climate of weak and rapid pulse; and small salt freely on food and to take stroke, or sun stroke This could

Jacksonville, according to urinary output. from one to four salt tablets daily result in hospitalization, Dr. Ful\

Capt. James E. Fulghum, senior TilE BEST WAYS of avoiding with plenty of water, td drink ghum said. ,

medical officer of the Naval heat exhaustion, Capt. Fulghumsaid from six to eight glasses of water At best, he added, the rules are Ii
Mir mil :
Air Station. is to get adequate rest, observe every day, and to abstain from not sure guarantee against :
a njitricious'diet low in sugars drinking alcoholic beverages be- exhaustion. But if followed closely -
Heat exhaustion can be detec- and starches but high in proteins fore sundown. It is also wise to ,, they should prevent any serious Second In Series

ted, he said, by several recognized avoid overtatigue, and wear avoid prolonged sun-bathing. consequences and keep per The Office of Armed Forces In-

symptoms such as general weak- I'loose, unstarched clothing. FAILURE TO heed these rues sonnel based here in good health. State formation governments and Education have combined and the

11 q an :effort to help servicemenand
UpTho other Federal employees who
< will be absent from their states

LADDERWith and their dependents, to vote iii
November's elections.To .

CiviliansWeekly ?> ,.... .' ",:' ",J\::: +: i SALTY HUMOR FROM lar ,state's guide'absentee you as to your voting particu.laws

( the Jar Air News in HERE AND THERE AFPS is running a three part vot-

cooperation with the Industrial ing series. This article is the second -
Relation Department will list I The sailor had just given his 1 in a series on registering to

various promotions for Naval Air wife a beautiful skunk coat as a'' vote by absentee ballot

r personnel.) gift. "I can't see," she murmered, I RHODE ISLAND

On the promotion roster effective "how such a fine coat comes from Registration is permanent for

July 1, 9, 15 and 16, were 15 such a foul smelling b 'ast," those qualified voters who registered -
employees, eight from Overhaul under the Permanent Regis.
,and Repair Department, four from Wearily the sailor replied: "I tration Act of 1952 and have votedat

Supply Department and one each r dont' ask for thanks, dear, but I least once since then.,

,from Public Works Department, do demand respect. Servicemen, employees of religious -
'Industrial Relations Department,
and welfare
S serving -
and Miscellaneous. In the armed forces and their
A who had his stolen
man purse
PROMOTED AT 0 & R were dependents, may vote without
some years previously receivedthe .
Walter Howard Jr., supervisory following letter: registering.
All other persons desiring to
aeronautical engineer GS-13 to
I stole
"Sur, years ago your
vote must In
person at the
supervisory aeronautical engineer Remorse is in' me so
INVENTORS-Looking over the ordnance electrical test panel muny. gnaw office of the Board of Canvassers,
GS-14; Nathan Barber, chemist they invented out of salvage materials are Walter Hammac Jr., I send sum back. Wen it gnawsme place of residence, not later than
(general) GS-9 to supervisory A01, (left) and Maurice Charles Franco, AOC. The men are again I will send sum more. 60 days before election day.
attached to Fasron 109.
preservation packing specialist S S KENTUCKY .

GS-11; Bishop Burmcister, lead- Short Cut Result Of The person who doesn't have to Registration is permanent unless -

ingman aircraft mechanic (general I Testing worry about pull is the person a person has failed to vote in

) third step to quarterman air- I with a lot of push. any. primary or general electionfor
Panel Bv Fasron 109 Pair
craft mechanic (general) second S S : two consecutive years.
--- -- ----
step; Walter Morris, supervisory -.I "The woman next door has a Members of the armed forces
A test to make '
panel quick,
materials engineer GS-12 to su built the unit with the idea in hat just like the one I bought," and their dependents become registered -
checks electrical
positive ordnance
on -
pervisory materials engineer GS- mind to shorten testing time on the wife wailed. when a Federal Post Card
equipment before it is installed -
13. into :an aircraft has been Fasron 109's airplanes.It "And I suppose you want me,to aplication for absentee ballot u
mailed to the county, court clerk
Louis St. Petery, supervisory invented by two men at Fleet Aircraft take considerable time to buy you another one, replied* her of residence. ..
electronic engineer GS-12 to su Service Squadron 109. mount and dismount various husband.
"Well it would be cheaper than All other persons must registerin
pervisory aeronautical engineer The inventors Maurice Franco, types ,of ordnance rear in aircraft ,
GS-13; Nicholas Pulignano, super- AOC, and Walter Jackson Ham- sometimes to find that it moving." person at the-.above office by

visory aeronautical engineer GS mac, Jr., AOl, constructed the test doesn't function properly. The S Sept 7,

12 to supervisory aeronautical en- panel from salvaged material withno test panel is designed to checkout I wish I was a wittle egg. CALIFORNIA

gineer GS-13; Harold Rockwood, cost to the government. They several pieces of ordnance Away up in .a twee.I Registration is permanent un
equipment specialist (general) equipment before they are in wish I was a wittle egg. less a voter failed to vote at either

GS-8 to equipment specialist stalled. As wotten as can be. the last primary or general elec

(general) GS9.ADVANCED. NAVY WIVESCORNER And when some chief would start
This type bench tester, both tion.Members
I To shout at me. of the armed forces,
AT SUPPLY Department men agreed, "could easily be
I'd frow wotten wittle self civilian employees serving outside .
my ,
were Joseph Mazyck, adapted to test all ordnance electrical -
I And spatter down on he. the U.S., members of welfareor
warehouseman third step to high equipment on any fleet type
lift truck operator third step; Ha- Final plans are being completed aircraft"At S S SAnd religious agencies assisting the

Eel Smith, property and supply I for the second annual kiddie King the present time the panelcan there is the distressing armed forces and their depen-
dents need not for registra
Clerk GS-2 and plight of the banker who reported
to property sup- and Queen contest test gun solenoids; arming solenoids tion. regis-
They are automatically
clerk GS-3 Jean Cutcliffe to his board "Gentlemen face
ply ; : we
retro rocket
; compressors
Chairman for the event is Shirley ; tered upon mailing a Federal Post
property and supply clerk GS-2 to test lights; Mk 47 bomb racks; a crisis. All the money in our
property and supply clerk GS-3; White, with Alice Meyer as Bomb shackle release MK1 Mod3- vaults has been crowded out to Card application to the county

and Rossey Weeks, tabulating ma- co-chairman. The contest will Aero 4b and transfer switches; make room for television quiz clerk of residence.All .

,chine operator GS-3 to tabulating take Sunday August 26 at questions. other unregistered person
place AERO 14B Launcher release, nose should request an "Affidavit of

,machine operator GS-4. 1600 at King Hall and tail arming and rocket circuits You are only young once, but Registration" from the above of-

Promoted at Public Works Department Service or civilian children up ; AERO lA Launcher and you can stay immature- indefinitely fice at least 90 days before elec-

was Mildred Glennan, to the age of 12 are eligible. There Rocket test meters. tion

i;clerk typist GS-2 to cost account- will. be five age groups with day.PENNSYLVANIA
,.... .
1 clerk GS3.Advanced HWoo .L ,
ling eleven trophies and two special Registration is permanent un-
at Industrial RelaUions awards being presented. Any one less a person has failed to vote at

i Department was Edison desiring to register may contact least once in past two years.

I Umstot, supervisory training officer the following; Venetia Terrace- Members of the armed forces

I (general fields) GS-10 to supervisory Alice Meyer, 5173 Pennant Drive; w..... are exempt from all registration
; training officer (general Dewey Park-Ruth Dammon, requirements.All .
I fields) GS-11; and in Miscellane 3309A Gibbs; Azalea Trailer Park other persons must registerin

a ous was .Edna Fowler, property -Jean Murphy, Lot 128; Cedar person with the County Boardof

I and supply clerk GS-2 Supply Department Hills-Ruth Reese, 6322 Bondy Elections, county of residence,
to clerk GS-3 0 & R Place; Ortega Hills-Kay Botthof, f or with the Registration Commission

I I Department. 4865 Homecrest Circle; and the city of residence. This may

I Naval Air Station Nursery.Don't Y. ______ be done any time before Sept. 18.

ii forget the baseball game For further information, con-
i ;HOT AIR I II between Jax Navy Wives No. 86 : sult your voting oficer.-AFPS( )

I and Cecil Field Navy Wives No < .
Sometimes people go 'to a psy-
121Wednesday, July 25, at Cecil
chiatrist when slightly
i Field. Time will be 1930. Prom- f they're
Y cracked going untilthey're
ises to be a lot of fun not only

for the ones who will play but completely. broke.
S *
I also for those who watch.
"The man I'm introducing looks
Jax 86 held a pool party last neither to the left nor to 'the
Saturday for members, husbandsand "He
right, boasted the politician.
After swimming, a ----------------"y---
guests. ENROUTE TO JAX-Some 481 moves forward all the time, and
pot luck supper was held at the Academy received a first hand glimpse of t Navy life of the and Naval anyone who crosses his path doesso
i work
L Navy Wives Club House in Dewey during their cruise to Jar aboard the USS Antietam, which arrived at his own peril." I
Park. This was followed by a with six destroyers at Mayport this morning. here Is a typical In the audience -
rK.I Turning to a man
the cruise
during with
F scene the
with five middleand1
and dancing a members of
party the Ihlp'
crew heavinr in together on a line while he asked, "What would you
the operating
orchestra providing a hlrhllne to
# ./ a destroyer aJonpldt.. be middies are enjoying their annual three call such a man?"
I weeks cruise
"A taxi driver! was the reply.


19 July 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

_. -
.... I
y t. Bank Handles 35,717 Accounts,

559,738 Deposits In 1 13 Years .

The Naval Air Station Facility of, the Barnett National Bank
this month is finishing its 13th year of continuous service to militaryand

civilian personnel on the Station under the leadership of.Ed .O. ...

Clements., manager and_____ assistant_ cashier.

Business operations began in
downtown office, Mr. Clements
July 1943 in the same location
-A I
where the bank is now standing. said.The
',.' bank is open for business
N' However, it has been enlarged
from 1000 to 1500 Monday through
three times and the staff has
Thursday and from 1100 to 1700()(
from 3 to 13.
grown employees
"J' on Fridays unless the militarypay
i : i dLu THE BANK PROVIDES New falls on Friday. In such event
York drafts travelers checks and
the bank will be open from 1000
orders and collects items
money to 1700. The bank closes on Satur-.
from other banks at the request of days.
customers. Small loans and financing
are not handled at the IN ADDITION TO Mr. Clements -

station branch but all requests for ,%the staff Includes R. A. Yor-
dan, assstant manager; Mrs. Era
.. such service are referred to the
':.N M+ nqn .NgI: ew .vFrvC4ixYMnH
Nichols, secretary; Mrs. Muriel
___ -- .
r-- -- Cook, exchange teller; Mrs. Ruby

__ Fuqua, Mrs. Betty McMinn and .

Mrs. Kathryn White, tellers; Mrs. -.

__ _ \4. _ Lois Hill, head bookkeeper; Miss
1 ..y.b Ruby LeVan, Mrs. Laray Robinson -
Mrs. Betty Bonta and Mrs.

June Goddard, bookkeepers; Mrs.

Patricia Karas and Mrs. Margaret

Shumah; clerks.According .
:.r. to figures releasedby

: Clements, the bank has handled
a total of 35,717 accounts

since opening 13 years ago. Thereare

.. .; :;: .ip'q x 0u 3,681 active accounts at the ..
present time leaving over 32,000
accounts that have been closed

due to personnel moving from the

t b 43', q Station. "We have an average of

. 200 new accounts each month," ho

said, "with about 160 closing out,
leaving us a little gain.

I- 8. a ; "Closing all these accounts runs

_, ..S-,' into quite a large bookkeepingjob
; he added.
FUN AT THE HYPNOTIST'S SHOW-Advanced publicity re- .. : Since opening 13 years ago the
ported that master hypnotist David Merrill was rood. But just how .,,"c. bank has taken 559,738 individual t
good, was found out by those who were on hand for his performance .
at Malnslde Theatre last Thursday. His show was truly 1' ., ; deposits, and has cashed 177,175
amazing, as these photos above depict. In the top photo, these men r "", .' j'' S f[ series E bonds. "We have only
from the audience drain' their cups dry as they down a martini, .< ,cw ',".. ,." been selling E bonds since 1954,"
with olive. Actually the cups were empty. Notice the fourth man 7 : .. ".; : Mr. Clements said, "but we've
from the left dicing for his olive, and the fellow two seats overeating : : .
the olive, which Isn't there. Merrill displays his power as :__ .M", '<\J": ... .. \X sold about 3,000 in that time."

he prepares his subjects for their hypnotic spell (right photo) "THE BANK ,CASHES about
with Just a tap on the shoulder. The fellow in the bottom picture,
suckinr on the bottle, will probably never believe it, but photos 12,000 checks per month that have
don't lie He's Don Jacobs, AA, who is being taken on a trip to his ArtistsSelectedToDepictU. been drawn on other banks,"
childhood: under command of Merrill Jacobs even told the audience Clements added. "About 37,000
about the horn and cake he received for his fourth birthday. The checks handled by other banks .
audience and participants got a terrific bane out of the show. and
drawn against our bank, are
S. Fighting Man's CodeThe received every month."

Hypnotist Makes Group "We cash about 1,000 traveler
artists selected to illustrate posters portraying the six pointsof checks per month, about 200 New

the U.S. Fighting Man's Code have been named by the Defense De York Drafts and about 250 money
Cry Laugh Sleep"Can
> partment.The orders," he said.

a person be hypnotized against his will?" This was asked of selections were made from Westport, Conn. This shows the growth of the
45 of
128 sketches submitted by
(David Merrill master hypnotist and showman at his entertaining the nation's commercial illus "5. When questioned, should I bank on the Station. The amountof
I performance to a crowd of,nearly 300 people last Thursday night at top become a prisoner of war, I am business is tremendous for the
(the Mainside theater. trators. bound to give only name, rank, size of the office and the growthhas
The artists and the point of the service number, and date of birth been steady throughout the
Merrill Is
answered that it
pos.. person or a group of persons may Code of Conduct each will illustrate ," Warren' King, New York, years.
I Bible but might take hours of concentration
I if they are
be easily hypnotized are: N.Y. .
at a secluded session.He .
willing. "1.1 AM AN AMERICAN fighting *6.1 WILL never forget that I
proved that willing subjects
could be hypnotized in a matter "Despite what many people believe man ," Herold von Schmidt, am an American fighting man, responsibility Sea Duty Time
," he said, "hypnosis is doinga Westport, Conn.
for actions and
of seconds, however, when he my ,
gave a demonstration of mass splendid job in the medical" "2. I will never surrender of my dedicated to the principles which Cut For EM

hypnotism. lie quickly hypnotizeda world if applied properly. The own free will ," Malcolm Mur- made my country free-. ," Edwin

group of volunteers and enter. science, he said, was first practiced ley, New York, N.Y. Georgi, Norwalk, Conn. In Most RatesSea

tained the audience with the antics in the days"of the early "3. If I am captured I will con- The posters, in full color, will

he put them through. Egyptians. tinue to resist ," Harvey Kid. be displayed at all U. S. military time for most chief and first

HIS MOST IMPRESSIVE dem: When asked about a story of der, Yonkers, N.Y. establishments and Navy and class petty officer ratings has

onstration were the Indian war Bridey Murphy, the Colorado "4. If I become a prisoner of Coast Guard vessels. been cut by one to two years,

chant given by a sailor who revealed housewife who told a story of another war, I will keep faith with my fellow Carter L. Burgess, Assistant making it easier to become eligible -

through his subconscious life as an Irish housewife a prisoners ," Tom Lovel, Secretary of Defense (Manpower, for shore duty. ,

mind that he had always wanted century or more ago, Mr. Merrill Personnel and Reserves), and
to be an Indian and the feats of said the story has been looked Chairman of the Defense Advisory The Bureau; of Naval Personnelhas

strength his subjects performed upon as"a fake and a fraud by Committee on Prisoners of announced sharp cuts have
been made in
the minimum
under his hypnotic spell. many people. War, headed the judges who made sea .
duty requirements for
By When the showman was fin. the selections.
using cups and the power of ceoMTMI
suggestion he convinced the group ished with his entertaining per "' 'A RWFATNf.R C a'4 $ Ervine Metzl, President of the seeking placement" on the shore
duty .
DDSelNCRA eligibilitylist.
they were drinking'martinis.. Theyall formance all who attended came WANJNG I55RG. American Society of Illustrators,
became hiliarously intoxicatedand away convinced that hypnotismcan whose members submitted the' Second and third class petty
even tried to fish the Olive be educational and lots of,fun. i sketches, acted as consultant to officers have had their sea

out of the empty cups. He also had -...--- the judge's committee. (AFPS) time cut by six to 18 months

the group in tears by telling thema Laurent Honor Man e Strikers will also receive cuts in
sad story and moments later An optimist and a pessimistwere their sea duty requirement.Less .
had At Electrician School shipwrecked and in time
them rolling with laughter obligated service is to be
when he switched to a descriptionof Francis Laurent, AEAN, of Vin- I their raft came within sight of a required of E-5s and higher. In
isle. The
tropic pessimist
comedy. cent, Iowa, was the honor ing the"worst, said, "I'll bet it is six ratings-BM, CT, AO, AG.'DT
ACCORDING ,TO MR. Merrill, last week's graduating class .
inhabited with wild and MU, sea duty time is un -
hypnotists are not born with some from Aviation Electrician's Mate men. changed for all grades.
strange inner mental power which School Class A at the Naval Air w2s1Mr The optimist was cheerful, of pay

I will put their victims under a Technical- Training Center. course and answered, "Cheer up, Some rates had their sea time

spell to carry out every command.As He will report to AEW-15, Pa- e g ireA o a ssaus. N1' pal, 'where there are wild men increased. RD1 has been Increasedfrom

he demonstrated In his show a tuxent River, Md., for duty. there are wild women." 24 to 30 months.

Sue JAX?AIR NEWS .. 19 July 1956

DePalmas Back I

In M-Doubles

': Loop Top Spot.

Al and Celia DePalma moved
back into first place by taking r o ; '

eight while losing none last week,
in the NATTC mixed doubles

bowling league while Al and

June from Jim Hughes and Betty were Sauers.taking four NA WS Leading Hospital RalliesTo

Al Hughes had a 524 set while nf + tt'Shoc Tosscrs Maiiside
June had games of 158, 200 and Cop
157 to set a new high for the Naval Air Weapons System

ladies of 515. Claude and Yvonne School's number one team is lead- Links Laurels

Foster took four from Bill and ing the pack in the NATTCenter
0' Kay Botthof, and Qeorge and Bowing. in a 3tt-2V4 decision to
horseshoe league with only two
Alice Lancaster took four from Fasron Six last week NARTUlost
Bill and Billie Kane. t J defeats, followed by Aviation its first golf match in two

Bob and Co Dausch won three Ly Storekeepers.The years and thus Hospital capturedthe

from Burcn and Lillie Stanl! and standings: Mainside Intramural Golf

Joe and Dot Boatwright won w.. X.MINavAlrWeapa championship.
three from Francis and Elinor 22 2 Hospital's only games this week
I" Greenwood. Dan and Joan Varnes r AK School 24 3 were won by forfeits'to the tune
Admin 14 TAG.2
moved out of the cellar by taking 14 7 of 18 points and the championship. -

three from Ernie and Clare AGO-1 ./ 14 13 .
O'Neal, and Bob and Marge Per- AN-P School r 11 10 In the final games of the season,
kins moved up by taking three 1 GI SupcpUnten 1 v' 10 14N Fasron Six: tied 3-3 with YA-44,
&vAlrWf.p*2 7 18
from George and Phyllis Bless- MarAvDet 6 18 while Fasron 109 lost to VFP-62,
Inger. AE-2 School C 15 5-1. ComFairJax: wound up play
SupcpUnUra-3 5 13 with a tie in its game against
AO School 5 ItAEt VMM.
School 4 30 v
Fishing Tale Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.)

About Snagging SPORTS HocplUl TMM 53 w 19 .736 ret.

_..--- NARTU so a JKH
A Stuffed SharkHere's AdmlnlstnUol48( 234 .674
VAH1 45,;l 28U .615
a real fish tale, taken SCHEDULE Kasron 104 41y 30U .570
ComKalrJaK 38 30 ..554Facrcm
from the Indian, Naval Base, 6 35 t i 30VC .538
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It's Baseball: Jax Fliers vs. Donaldson : VFP-62 V A-4t 3t 2Hi ji ZaiZ 3StJ! : .528.508

the truth! AFB here, July 20-21; Fliers Supply 28 44 114 36% .340:
A little over a week ago T. b ':.. "i.: ;;M. at Fort Stewart, July 24-25. KAW-ll 12 48 .300
W. Waite BM3 of Tennis: 6th Naval District Tour- Marines 4 Sb ..067Pistolmen !
was on one -0 S .
"ALMOST", FOR BIG BILL-JacksonvlUe Navy's gift to golf-
the piers near McCalla Field dom Big Bill Scarbrough, reached the finals of the National Public nament at Pensacola, July 2326.
pursuing that great Gtmo pas- Links Amateur Championships at San Francisco last week, bowing Golf: 6th Naval District Tourna- '
time, fishing! to Junie Buxbaom of Memphis, 2 and %. Competing In his third ment at Pensacola, July 2326.
Using a shot line and a whole straight Publinx tourney, Scarbroagh brushed past five opponents Softball: Crackerjax: vs. Pru-
to reach the finals. Scarbrough and Buxbaum were the survivors ofa Score Iii '
bonefish as bait, he suddenlyfelt field of ISO qualifiers who were the nation's best among dential Insurance Murray Hill!,'
a tightening of the line. lie thousands of amateurs. July 25. I II
quickly realized that this was I Local Matches

no Extraordinary ordinary fish.was right. Big Bill Scarbrough Bows In Finals : Navy Several Pistol members team took of the the honorsin Jax

for on the line he had a gray
nurse shark, (the maneater) individual competition against
Of National Public Links some of Florida's top shooters in a
and it was a whopper! Tourney pistol meet fired at the Station
The battle began! Arnold
pistol last Sunday.J. .
Darien, another fisherman The third time is supposed to be the charm, but perhaps with Jax Navy's Big Bill Scar-' range
present on the pier, gave Waite brough the fourth time may be "it". I B. Maxik, shooting in the
Sharpshooter class won first placeon
much needed assistance.
some After playing the best golf of
member of the four-man Jacksonville 128 .
After two hour battle the slow and rapid fire .22
a they
finally landed him on the pier. his career, theNavy's pride and i contingent bin 1954 he FIXTURE at the NAS course competition. He also won first

Now come the vital statistics! joy and gift to golfdom, Big Bill reached. the semi finals of the and in city golfing circles Scar- place shooting rapid fire with a

The shark measured 10 feet six: weathered 234 rounds of golf I Publinx and in 1955 he got as far brough as a member of the five- .38 in the Marksman class.

Inches and weighed 325. It hada against the nation's top amatuers, as the quarterfinals man Jax Navy team, will now OTHER LOCAL WINNERSwere
girth measuring 64 inches. only to succumb in the final 36- I Ralph Allen president of
concentrate the Sixth ND tour-
The story now takes on an hole playoffs of the National Public "I keep getting closer, and maybe the team, who shot first in the

air of disbelief, for upon cut- Links Golf Tournament at San next year, it'll be my turn, pro- nament which opens Monday in Master class. John Lepley won
ting open the shark they dis- Francisco last week. viding I qualify," said the cigar-:, Pensacola and hopes to qualify for first place in the Expert Class.

covered in its stomach, one IN HIS THIRD straight Publinx chewing Scarbrough. In his mod- the All-Navy Eastern which Other sharpshooters besides

whole goat, the skull of another appearance, the stage seemed set est, unassuming and nonchalant begins here Au;jst 6. Maxik, were Horace Abney, J. O.

the horns of two others for Big Bill, an AOC attached to manner, Scarbrough stated that To win his way to the Publinx Thornton, "Slim" Asbojornscn,
and half a grapefruit.Most Fleet Air Wing Eleven here to he simply lost to a "darn good finals, following his qualifying in Ralph Jones and Tommy"

discouraging factor of make it this time-but it wasn'tin golfer. "But," he added with a the first and second rounds, Scar- Thompson.
the catch was that it was the cards and he bowed to grin, "it could have gone either brough beat Eddie Langert of James Rose took second place

caught prior to the beginningof Junie Buxbaum, a van and store way." The match seemed a Mutt Memphis, 2-1; John Butler, At- with a .45 in the timed fire shoot

the annual fishing tourna- age contact man from Memphis, and Jeff affair with Bill at 6-2, lanta, 3-1; Bobby Nichols Louisville under the Marksman competition.J. .
ment and is not eligible! Tenn., 3 and 2 in the finals. As a 195 pounds and Buxbaum 5-6, 5-4; Joe Roach Los Angeles, O. Thornton was a winner in

,. the national Negro champ, 3-2; slow fire in the Marksman class
::.: T N -I ";:> L ::J. "> "1/-: ; i ; '::: and Ovid Seyler, San Francisco, with a 45.

2-1. THE NAS TEAM !is looking for
,. '
: j'j.y ,, In the finals match,. Buxbaumwas more members to enter pistol
ye3r Y f e X : three over par for the 34 shooting competition. Matches are
:t holes before closing out Big Bill held as a team activity as well as

;: ;i .; who was seven over. The two individually. There are about 30
were even at the first nine but active members in the group at
Buxbaum pulled two-up at the the present time.
end of 18. Scarbrough fell three The next competitive shoot will
down at the end of 27. Bit ended be held at the Jacksonville Police

his chances on the 34 Ih hole when pistol range Sunday, July 29, at
1400. It will be a three-gun match
he hooked his drive down a bank.
approved by the National Rifle
Association and will be open to
Center Golf Loop
all northeast Florida shooters. ,
To Open August 7 .
Storekeepers Top
Opening date of the NATTCen-
tev golf league has been changedto Ping: PongersTable

August 7 so as not to conflict tennis aces from Aviation
with the All-Navy Eastern championship Storekeeper School are leadingthe

JrA. on the NAS links the NATTCenter ping pong league

ar}> y preceding week. with 33 wins against two defeats.

Matches are scheduled for The standings:

Tuesdays and Fridays and entries AK School w.. Lee,
FULL OF FISH TTwas good luck on the deep fishing trip for most of the anglers last Saturday will close the last week of Supiplinters 28 33 2 7
as red snappers, sea bass, grunts and even shark found their way aboard the vessel from the snapper July. Naval Air Weapons AN-P Schoal 1 27 8
banks off Man rt. Another Special Services trip will be held this weekend. Tickets are available System NavAlrWeapt' 21'4
from Bill Arnold, AB1, at the NATTCenter Fish Shack School is the defending champion. AGO School 14 21Page

19 July 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

I AE Sparkies Down VP-18 For Station Softball Cro'Yl1 I

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Winners Reap : J( : ; ": 'I'tO' .I.: :;';Y :: ___ Win, 8-1 ,

Fishing Contest r .. ..n i In Single .

Prizes For JuneThe .t SS4

Title FrayAfter
committee for the Civil

Service Employees' Fishing Con-
test has revealed the winners for rolling to 22 straight

June competition and at the same victories without a defeat in .

time announced prizes for July : )( Mainside Softball competition,
In the Black Bass category, B. ". 5f Patrol Squadron 18 softbal-

T. Fisher of Overhaul and Re- lers took the wrong time to '

pair Department won the top I lose their first game. .

prize in the men's division 'withan : '' They were belted into submission

eight I pound, fourouncerlanded 8-1, by Aviation Electrician
at Ft. Meade. In the wom- School of NATTCenter, Monday

en's division Rose Neal, also of night at Enterprise field in a sud-

O & R, snared the top catch witha den-death one-game play off for

five pound,.eight ouncer at San the All-Station softball championship.
ta Fe Lake. Fisher and Neal both .

claimed glass fly rods as prizes.
TilE STATION softball championship
HARVEY TYLER, son of'James
; after they had won the
Tyler, 0 & R, was awarded two w d .
ra il4 4 va1yiy w ar + Y YI NATTCenter title four years in a
life jackets for taking first prize I.
row, finally came to Aviation .
in the children's division. He PICKED OFF-All boxed In and no plate to to is Shaw Air Force Base's Bob Maccla as he makesa Electrician School Sparklet who
caught 'a three pound 12-ounce dive towards first, with Jax Fliers' Andy Campbell waiting to make the putout. Coming in to assist last week won their fifth ..traightNATI'Center
bass in the St. Johns, using a.cane is Fliers' shortstop Pete Pemberton. Mucda was picked off by hurler Frank Jankunb when be leaned
pole and live shrimp.In too far toward second, during the first fray of a two ram series here last week. The Fliers won the title
the Salt Water category, a first, Friday, 1-0, bat Shaw came back to take the Saturday affair, 8-5. Three runs by Fred Dammaycr, .

Including a steal home, plus some
live pound, ounce speckled
at Brown's Creek hard hitting by Art Dornath and
trout caught
won for J. T. Harrison, of 0 & R, S-Man Team Set I Crackerjax Total 67 Bill Corbett helped the Sparkles.The .

a kerosene lantern. Earl Edwards, Electricians, with Dam-

Public Works utilities, was the For 6ND Golf Runs In mayer leading off and safe on an

winner in the red bass division Jacksonville Navy's five-man Three FraysA error, scored in the first inning
with his one pound, eight ouncer when Dornath sacrificed Dam-
out of Dunn's Creek. He also was team will depart Sunday to much improved Jax Navy Crackerjax combine added three mayer along to third. Dammayer

awarded a lantern. The entry compete in the Sixth Naval more victims to its long string in action during the past week, scoring then stole home.

prize for the month of June wentto District Golf Tournament 63 runs in three straight games. A FOUR-RUN third inning

R. P. Feagle, 0 & R, who which opens Monday at NAS I Against the Pensacola Gossettes plate. clinched the 'came for Coach Al

snared a 10 pound, four ounce Pensacola. last weekend the home lassies had DIANA FITZPATRICK was Well's Sparkies. Bright McDanielsand

Striped bass at Black Creek. little trouble in disposing of their credited with the win while Norie Dammayer singled, both scoring -
JULY PRIZES will be 'follows Comprising the Jax contin-
as -
Hilton and Nancy Pohlten shared on Domain's double. Dornath
: Black bass men's division. gent will be Bill Scarbrough, arch rivals, scoring 41 runs in the loss. scored when Fosbenner was safeon
a Zebco rod and reel; women's di just returned from the National two games. The Wave vanity played Mer- an error and Fosbenner tallied
vision-rod and reel;' children's Public Links Tournament in Hill last
CRACKERJAX Carol Hooser rill-Stevens at Murray on Corbett's single.
division-a spotlight. In the Salt San Francisco, where he was I chucked six hit ball Friday as her night (Wednesday) in city league Three more In the seventh
Water category a reel will be beaten in the finals; Joe Mc- -
teammates trampled the Gos- competition. Results were not ended the scoring for the Electri- '-,'
awarded winners for speckled Donald; Lou Chaff; Chuck Di- available at time.
20-6. evening
settes, Saturday press cians. Dammayer and Dornath
trout red bass and Entry Summitt; and Walt Strader.
whiting. ana Fitzpatrick was on the mound Remaining inactive bver this walked and Jim Newson's double
prize will be a bait bucket, a The District Eliminations is for the locals as they repeated weekend the Crackerjax will re- scored both. Then Cor bet t

large dip net, and a small dip net a forerunner JO the All-Navy Friday's performance taking the sume action Wednesday night, punched aeros. another ,hit to -
Entry blanks for the contest Eastern Golf Championships second event of the two-game July 25 against Prudential In- score Newson.

may be obtained from the following I I scheduled for NAS Jax beginning series, 21.7.Monday surance at Murray Hill diamond.
VP-18 tallied its lone in the
committee members: 0 & R- I August 6. Game time is set for 2000. The following -
Robert Sheese \ saw the Waves chalk final seventh when Cunningham,
emergency repair weekend the girlsinbluewill
division Robert Brown up win No. 16 as they put the who had been safe on a walk, was
; process travel to Eglin Air Force /
wood to the ball hitting it to all forced home when Sparkle pitcher
division R. O. Belote 101U
; Bldg. ; Support SplintersTop Base for a two-game series with
W. H. George, 101V; C.AV. Anderson. fields,, walloping Prudential Life the Eglinettes. McDaniels filled the bases and

Hangar 123; H. L. King, 101 Tennis Loop Insurance, 26-3 in a four and a walked another

assembly division; Chuck Whisen- Three teams remain undefeatedin half inning ball game making it The Score: R H. E
mant 67 runs in three ball games. The Freelancers AE SCHOOL 875
flight test; M. L. Hallbrook the NATTCenter tennis race
lassies had a total of 14 bingles for VP-J8 132 .
disassembly. Public
nette : after one week of play with Sup- the evening's work with second Batteries-McDaniels and Dam .
Reilly and L. M. Bennett. I Sweep Archery
Supply-II. H. Geyer. port Splinters in the vanguard baseman Mary Hebert collecting mayer; Green and LeTourncau.
e. with nine straight victories. three saf ties in three trips to thel. .
Meet Honors Marine BoxingTo

Braves: Ifome Next I I Jax Navy Freelancers bowmen Resume 31st

With CharlotteTomorrow swept three top places in the Marine Inter-Company boxing

Wescott round instinctive divisionon will resume at NATTCenter July ,
the Jacksonville the NATTCenter range as they 31, at 1000 according to Capt.
Braves conclude a three game l. hosted the St. Johns Bowhunters Tom Mooney, Airman Prepara-

away ,series with Savannah, and, from Cecil Field and the Jax tory School Athletic Officer.

return here to play three with I Bowhunters a civilian group. Eight boxing bouts, a tag .
Charlotte 212223. I Ed Merril led the Wescott round '
on July
wrestling match, and a judo exhibition -
On the 24th, they will go to ,} :;" .,:n.w'...", .1:,< with a 37 followed by Bill Weath- arc scheduled on the pro-

Columbia to wrap up another ',,ifd erby and Dick Stengrim, each gram.
three game series. ,> .., ;. with 38's, for Jax Navy, and

-"1' d. ;. '.' Chuck Ebersole of Cecil Field, ,
'f:: with a 40.
Sauers Bests Gearily I':: ';.
: t 'f.
K ;m ". In the open division Andy An- '
.., .. .
Jax'Bowhunters led witha
For Chess Crown ;<' .. ders of
41 with John Stone, 48, and '
.A new chess champion. at ; owtMJc ie '
NATTCenter Ted ,Gissendaner, 49, from the 55IO Krow'J / ,
was crowned last
week when Jim Sauers of the f; i-i. same club. 1 .
( In the broadhead round in the
Naval Air Weapons School won }
,> ,
afternoon Anders won with 405,
the final round from schoolmateJim .
with Gissendaner second with 345.
Gearity. Sauers took three
'Howard Lawrence of Jax Navy
straight games from'Gearity.
was third with 340.
Rhymes off theTImes > lancers Rose topped Weatherby the women's of the Free-divi-

IF 1OU WANT --iii<<6i Mfg, sion with 325, leading Brady Eb-
AR : } i ersole of Cecil Field, 295.
PUTTING _...._ --...-
S eowoS AW ---- -- -
READY FOR THAT SWING-RIchtflelder Sophie Sayatovlch Woman, trying on fur coat, to
of the Cracker jax, winds up ready to'meet the oncoming toss dar salesgirl. "I wish it were called
ing action against NAS Fensaeola Gossettes last Friday at Enter- something besides broadtail. My
prise backstop Mooahan. husband fancies himself a come- \L--:1: vt.
stompedathe bill
LIN % The C ckerjax in a twin ZOo, and dian."
] */ 21-7.

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page Eight ,.. 3AX AIR NEWS 19 July 1956

( OW" ro GET YOUR AcsH f sr

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Second in Series ,
Armed Forces Press Service Is their dependents may apply for lJA0A

issuing state-by-state information absentee ballots by sending a Fed
era! Post Card application to the
on absentee voting. Five states are
I covered this week as part of thej' County Auditor or City or Town
continuing series. Clerk, place of residence.

',. CONNECTICUT Ballots will be mailed as earlyas
j't I' f Anyone who cannot cast his Sept. 26. They must be marked

I ballot in person because of illness, with the affidavit on back of the
1 absence from the state or military ballot envelope executed, and sent 4 }

;, i service, may obtain an absentee in time to reach Iowa election
1 ballot. officials before election day.
; '," !" "
l Members of the Armed Forces Other qualified voters may request ,, ," ,',< "",, '. ';
+ I may use the Federal Post Card an "Iowa Absentee BallotApplication'
.. ..... Others should "' from the ORDNANCE KNOW.nOW-lore than 163 years of ordnance knowledge is wrapped up among
___ :application request City or these seven Navy officers from Aviation Ordnanceman Schools at NATTCenter. Left to
-- I "Official State Application" forms Town Clerk, place of residencenot Lcdr. Thomas Beall; Chief Gunner Horace Adams; CW03 Robert McCauley; Comdr Luther right Miller\ are,
r from one of the following: Town, earlier than Oct. 17. Officials training officer; Chief Torpedoman final Holloway; Chief Gunner William Williams; and Ltjg( )
I City, or Borough Clerk, place of will send application and ballot more George than Waters.Chief Chief Torpedoman Gunner Williams, with 29 ,yearsr has the most time in the Nary, two months
residence. together, and both, plus the affi .
Absentee ballots will be sent davit on back of the ballot envelope -

'I 1 not earlier than two months be- must be filled out and returned
1 Automation Hits Home Workers Commissary Store
fore election. The ballots must be before election day. To

marked, and returned to voting LOUISIANAMembers Close On July 27

t officials before IOWA 6 p.m., Nov. 5. services working of the in Armed cooperation Forces, Eye Training Required Skills The Station' Commissary Store

Any qualified absent voter may with them, and their spouses are II Automation is striking home, judging by the recent formalizingof will be closed for a one day inventory -

-..__" obtain an absentee ballot. the only persons permitted to use I a plan for training military and civilian personnel in the use of for on July 27. The store will
_ Members of the Armed Forces: absentee ballots. conventional automation equipment now installed in the NAS Jacksonville hours reopen at the usual
civilian employees serving outside Ballots may be obtained by Supply Department, Machine Records Division. on July, 28.

I the U.S., members of religious sending a Federal Post Card ap The threat of
automaton to civilian
groups and welfare agencies assisting plication to the Clerk of Court, Machine Records Division of Sup.
employment, already had ply> provides as much' advance
the Armed Forces and parish of residence (or to the Disease
resulted in
an announcement by
training in technical skills as the
Sheriff if a resident of the
Parish of Orleans). the Defense Department that civilian workload will permit. It ,U. par. (Continued from Page 1)
workers would be trainedat
mmm.mFOR Ballots will be mailed to voters 'all icularly important, Supply offi- recognition are now outlined in
levels !in the skills
new required cials '
declare due to the
not earlier than Oct. 6. They must ex- detail.
for operating the equip- pansion in the
equpiment's servIces -
RENT be returned to election officialsby
ment. Already the staff has been nee
4 rm. unfurn. apt. $45. 919 Ros- Nov. 5 at the latest. and the acute shortage of
FURTHER UNEASINESS essarily increased to take of
was qualified operating and supervisory care
Belle St. EV 8-2655. Rhodes. Other qualified voters may vote
expressed by a civil service representative personnel. the added workload. According to
3 rm. hse. 6640 Ricker Rd. EV in advance of the_election by ap
8-8427 or NAS Ext740. Backes. pearing before the clerk at their before a House Post THE AMOUNT OF BASIC Lcdr. Francis R. Duchanois, offi

2 bdrm. furn. apt. $75. EL 6-9644. place ,of ,residence ,between Oct: Office and Civil Service Commit. raining will depend upon the the center, con.
tee "When 'he advocated
Gunter. 27 and Nov. 3. ,! standby status of the operator labor mar- iderably more 'Help willbe '
controls, including a shorter
ket. It will consist of -
FLORIDA approximately
2 rm. apt. turn $50 EL 6-9644
needed to fulfill the expanded
Gunter. Any qualified voter who will be workweek to compensate for any 100 class hours in the basic

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 2511 away from his voting'precinct on adverse affects of automation.The operating and control panel wiring mission.

Post St. EL 6-2705. Lewis. election day may use an absentee local plan, advanced by the skills, to be held in the Jacksonville Basically the work may be clas

2 rm. furn. apt. $50. 366 HedrickSt. ballot office of the equipment sified into four main divisions:
EV 81598. Bryan. Members of the Armed Forces, manufacturer. Consideration is training field
4-3 rm. apt. 563 College St. EL civilian employees of the U.S. and being given to past employment ; operations; testing
5-6914 or EL 6-9258. Harrison. dependents of the above should rjv4 records, aptitude for this type and development of insecticidesand

2-2 rm. apt. 563 College St. EL send Federal Post Card applications work, and other factors. equipment; and administration. -
5-6914 or EL 69258. Harrison. to the Supervisor of Registration Anyone interested in being con- But this over-simplifies the
2 rm. furn. apt. 4633 Wheeler Ave. at their county of residence !* sld red for basic training and subsequent extent of the work now' being

Groves. any time before Nov. 1. employment in the Ma carried out under the direction of
FOR SALE Voting officials will send back a chine Records Division of Supply:
3 bdrm. hse. 2 baths. 7421 Green- ballot as early as Sept 21. should contact C. J. Carpenter, Duchanois.
way Dr. EV 8-3192. Marked ballots must be returned Division Supervisor, ext. 8510. Many special projects have been
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. 5248 Glenwood by 5 p.m. on Nov. 5. successfully carried out in the

Ave., Murray Hill. EV 80121or Other qualified voters may re past, new equipment designedand
NAS Ext. 777. Pierotti. quest an "Application for Absentee $ R e rrA',rSK iY LETTERS TO THEEDITOR put into general use throughout

2 bdrm. hse. 6044 Sabre Dr. EV Ballot" from their Supervisor the Navy, skilled technicians r
73049. Hilhard. of Registration between Sept. 21 in Reserve status adequately
2 bdrm. hse. $700 down. 5105 and Nov. t: When they receive trained in advancjpg scientific

Banshee Ave, Venetia Terrace. this application, fill it out and .: 4F procedures and developments, and
CO 45432. Thomson. send it back, absentee ballots will 4_ 1i new insecticides tested and

: 2 bdrm. hse. $6,300. Wesconnettarea. be sent to them. Marked ballots Ate : Dear Sir: proved.
EV 87789. must reach election officials 5 >vYf i uS /
by o f 4g w. If you were ALFA BRAVO last t Serving on the present staff of
2 bdrm hse. GI equity. 5136 Cor p.m. Nov.
5.KANSAS name CHARLIE and you lived on the Disease Vector Control Center
sair Ave., Venetia Terrace. EV with Lcdr. Duchanois
the DELTA you could hear are Ltjg( )
7-6469. Coughlin. Any qualified voter who will be ;; ,,
h i $ ECHOs of FOXTROT while play McWilliams, in charge of adminis-
,3 bdrm. hse. 5926 Oaklane Dr., absent from his polling place on ing GOLF in a HOTEL in INDIA tration; Ensign"P. H. Thompson;
Wesconnett EV 75730. Love rn. election day may obtain an ab while JULIETT and KILO had CWOHC E. E. Atwood; three chief
3 bdrm. hse. 5727 Knollwood St. sentee ballot. dinner with LIMA and MIKE in hospital corpsmen, H. F. AltersJr.

EV 75079. Members of the Armed Forces, Cafe NOVEMBER the food was ., L. B. Alltop, and B.L. Munn;
3 bdrm. C.BS. hse. GI equity. civilians working for the Armed tp: : z cooked by OSCAR and his PAPA Chief Machinist's Mate E. J. Le-:
$1475.. EV 9-2966 or NAS Ext.: Forces outside the U.S. and .their ; .4 in QUEBEC while ROMEO Blanc; E. L. Clancey, HM1; E. F.

8271. Johnson. dependents may apply to the Secretary w.iT danced with SIERRA to the TAN Gist, HM1; L. N. McGrath, HM2;
3 bdrm. C.B. hse. $50. 5823 Black of State by Federal PostCard r GO while wearing a UNIFORM R. J. Albertini, HM3; D. R.
thorn Rd. EV 4-1765 (after application as early as Sept. belonging to a'guy by the name Schmitt, HM3; U. W. Clark, AA.
1700)). McKelvey. Ballots will be mailed back as of VICTOR and drinking WHISKEY
2 bdrm. hse. $49 mo. payments. early as Oct. 12, and must be re r'0ri in front of an XRAY ma Two civilians, David L. Hayden
i GI equity. 5255 Camille Ave. ceived by election officials by 1 chine operated by a YANKEE by entomologist, and Mrs. Sarah F.
EV 9-8680. Roberts. pjn. Nov. !5. I I i L the name of ZULU.M. Altee to the, secretary, also are attached -
MISCELLANEOUS Other qualified voters must obtain center.
S. Lee, A03. .
r Riders wanted between South- and fill out an "Application i.
b side and NAS. Working hrs i.: for Absentee Ballot Affidavit" The Scotchman awoke one MiddiesContinued
1 07301600.' NAS Ext. 431 or 421. from the County Clerk or election I morning to find that his wife
It. Ride wanted from ArlingtonManor commissioner, county of Kansas I HEARD BUT NOT SEEN had passed away during the ( from Page 1)
to NATTCenter. WorkIng residence, and return it. And besides, Jean Moorheadhas night. lie leaped from' his bed, fishing parties.
hrs.: 07301610. NAS Ext. When the affidavit is on file, a lovely speaking voice. ran out in the hall and called The carrier will leave the May

8532. Mrs. Wester. applications for absentee ballots There why CDS has has got her to hidden be a reason awayon downstairs to the cook: "Mary,, port basin at 0800 Monday, July

Wanted someone to trans1ateletters may be sent in as early as Sept. 1. radio when TV could be come to the foot of the stairs,, 23. and is scheduled to arrive backat
written in Greek and to Ballots will be mailed as stated spiced with her talents. Her quick." ._ Annapolis at 1600 July 27. The
t also write Greek. Am willing to above. colleagues on "Radio Workshop" "What is it?" she cried. other half of the class of 960 men

pay for services. NAS Ext. 47. For further information, see I Most have Curvaceous named her Girl The In "Don't boil but one egg for; took a cruise to Nova Scotia
McCroskey. I your voting officer. (AFPS) Radio." breakfast," said the Scotchman. earlier this year.