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Don't Be A Shirker! Give To The Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive, j

sos __ JtI }tflLJ1iLRJ41J1 sos .!;

(Show Our Spirit), (Show Our Spirit) ",

Vol-14 No 29 .f C.m.1 arr NABJNOl Fleet Air MkiBllU| fleet Air M'Uc 111 Naval Air Technical IrtUlij: Crater| NMT.| HoiplUlwV... lll 11 October 1956 I


EM Two Already Over 100%

Group .M1' ,. ,.

Suggests ; "<.. f "\ .. ,., t First Report Shows 1

Better Cordiner Pay PayThe Fund Drive At 41% '

tee, which met Sept. -

Washington, D. C., is First reports of the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive
have concentrated hard } Id for 1956 show 41.4 percent of the goal of $110,000 already "
some half dozen points, pledged, bettering the first report in last year's drive.
cluding technicians pay, The early figures compiled for
cer differential pay and percent; NAAS Mayport, 39 per
tional pay grades. pledges and donations through cent; NATTCenter, 30 percent;
Oct. 8, indicates that all hands at
But nothing apparently Naval Hospital, 29 percent; and
solved, and the participating activities definitelymean NAS Cecil Field, 15.5.
: business in attaining the
thought to be facing THE ONE-PACKAGE cam.
lofty goal.
in meeting its Dec. 1 rep paign, benefitting 42 agencies of
date to the Secretary of TWO ACTIVITIES have already the Community i Chest-United
Certainly no gone over the top. Marine Fund and the Navy Relief Society -
pay raise appears imminent. Aviation Reserve Training Detachment will continue through Nov.
WITII ALL has gone over the top 16.
TIONS made by senior POs with 115 percent of its quota During the campaign all military
NCOs at earlier symposiums pledged. Following close On its and civilian personnel of
before the committee, senior heels is Naval Air Bases Sixth commands based at NAS Jackson-
listed delegates' expressed Naval District, with 100 percent. ville, NAS Cecil Field, NAAS

selves on key issues as : In order of their. pledges, the Mayport and Navy Fuel Depot,
Pay: All except Marine overall picture to date shows are being asked to make a con-
delegates called for more. 5)v Fleet Air Jacksonville has 58 per- tribution to the drive, which hasas
Quarters Allowance and cent of quota; NAS Jax, 50.7 per its theme "Give a Day's Pay."
sistence: All but the Army d cent; Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 45 Individuals are given a chanceto
for increases. I pledge over a period of seven
Dislocation Allowance: ; weeks, or the length of the drive, paid in advance. Within a few short hours 'Navy Log' Seen or may pay in full anytime dur-
Hazardous Duty Pay: All Community Fund Drive for ing the drive.
the Marines, who made no the field" of a unit pledging 100 On .Wednesdays When a contribution is paid in
ommendation, asked for : 51 Detachment Alpha, whose full, the donor receives a wallet
their spirit. Left to right: clock The new series of "Navy
size card his
categories of personnel declaring particIpation
; Roy Lewis, TDC; Lcdr. Leonard Log," popular TV show, now -
receive it. ; ; Johnson, TD2; Paul Northrup, being carried by ABC-TV a sticker for his car and one
Sea and Overseas Pay: ; ; Gamer, TD3. Sam White, TD1, can for his home. The donor, who con-
be via WJIIP-TV
seen locally ,
and Air Force recommended tributes his full share, also stands
channel 36.
raised to 20-25 percent of a chance to win one of three
The second in the series, set '
pay. grand prizes-a 1957 Ford hardtop
Squadrons for Oct. 24, is entitled "The BigA
Differential Pay: With sedan; boat, motor and trailer
the legend of four men
limitations, all groups combination; a color televisionset.
trapped in a compartment of a
it for specialists working in .
specialties. Awarded 'E' Navy Cruiser. The Oct. 24 show .
can be seen at 1930.
WIIILE THE MARINES On Oct. 3 lit will be "A Day
objection to more pay, they squadrons and the Mayport-based for the Stingray," the storyof Friday-Partly cloudy l with

not find it as much an been selected to receive the cov how the sub USS Stingray cool night and warmer during the .........-- .
for a career in the Corps as Efficiency "E" Award for fiscal rescued a downed pilot while day.
curity, prestige, comradeship submerged. The Oct. 31 showis Saturday-Weather continuedthe
fringe benefits. The top NCOs set for 2030. same as Friday.
fered 23 suggestions on career garnered the "E" for 1956 were Sunday-Cloudy and warm.

provements which would two units from the same carrier .
defense or legistlative action, air group-unusual and highly
another 25 which are within
for any air group.
(Please turn to Pare 8, Col. The three squadrons are home-

based at NAS Cecil Field.

Terry Moore To AppearIn This year's top honor among .

I Atlantic Fleet Jet attack squad.

Person Oct. 15th rons was earned by VA-108, a {
unit of Carrier Air Group Ten

The squadron flies F9F-8 Cougarsand
Terry Moore,20th Century
Fox star, is coming to NAS and participate in the rallies at is commanded by Comdr. :

Jax in person Monday, Oct. NATTCenter and 0 & R. Ilollis. II. Bills j
15. r'

First topflight actress to visit .. propellor-driven attack squadronswent
the Station since the war, Terryis to VA-104, also of Air
stopping off "for a little visit" Group 10 unit, commanded by 1
here during her stay in Jax in Comdr George Ford., The sqwad-
conjunction with the movie "Be: ron flies AD-6 Skyraiders.

tween Heaven and Hell," whichis Currently serving as air arm

being premiered: in the South. for the carriers USS Coral Sea, .

Miss Moore will make two Air Group Ten's helm is held by t.

"public appearances" aboard the Comdr.. Douglas, A. Clark. .

Station. At 1200 she will "meet i! ,M In the Day-Fighter class, VF-13
the boys" during a Navy-Duval N earned top billing. Comdr. Craw
Community Fund Drive rally at ford D. Winner holds the reinsof
NATTCenter's King Hall and at VF-13, a unit of Air Task
1230 she will be at Hangar 110 Group 201, which also flies jet -
at the Overhaul and Repair De Cougars. DIG TlflS THICK STEAK ::nit dig In and take his

partment. .. first tasty bite of this two-Inch steak Is Richard Williams, PNI,
k 'i 92TCar;" ":.YnAl4 AW" ..wHERE'S Commanding officer t of the attached to NAS Personnel Office. The place is the Malnside Mesa
Also on the agenda for the TERRY .Terry Lake Champlain, first carrier to Hall and the time was last Thursday; -his birthday.; Williams took
shapely Hollywood star is a Moore, 20th Century Fox movie become home-based at the May- advantage of the "birthday dinner" served to all enlisted personnelon
luncheon.All I port Carrier Basin is Capt. J. B. their birthday. All you have to do Is let the men at Malnside
star, coming to NAS Jax Oct. .
galley know one day before your birthday and the biff steak dinners
hands are invited to attend 15. (See other photo on Page 5)) H. Young. yours

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Aid In Time Of Need'Takes SAFETYBox

-'J1I S

Navy Care Of ItsOwn' Disabling Injuries Score

Published every Thursday tor Navy and Uartuo acthltlei at Naval Air Truth
Station Jacksonville Florida Tuesday, Oct. 9
NAS "aeu.UIe This Month
Capt William S. Harris Commandlmr Ofttrer 1
Comdr. Robert IL Smith fcjtecuUvt OMucr Via Relief SocietyThe This Year I
fleet Air Jacka* vlll Days Since
Hear Adm. Delbert S. Corn ell ___ _____ Last
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr ., .. ? _, -?,....--.,....,.......--...-....-.?.,.,.,?-, p deState been proud of the Lost Time AccidentLoftBgmbing
the has tI
Fleet Air Wing Elevea Navy down through: years
('apt. Bowen r. McLepd .. .._ Commander Of Its Own.:'
Comdr. T. S. White J. _..".,,__....._......,_..._.Jllm--..>. Chief.1 111 SUM Office slogan-"The Navy Takes Care
14ara1 Air 'l'eehkal Traialag Center has such an organization which enables it
And the Navy
CapL henry C. DaLong Commanding Officer
Comdr Edward W. bishop -,- Executive OlDen to do just that-The Navy Relief Society. I

Cape 1\t'nJamln N. AM !tarsi I..pltal Commanding Officer Just what is the Navy Relief Society?
;:apt. Marcy Shupp Executivw Officer Range Opened
lUBTV THE NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY, although closely affiliated !

Capt.Comdr.Norman William O.E.Anderson Hardy ...Commanding Executive Officer Officer with the Navy and working exclusively.among naval In NevadaFilling

personnel and their families, is a private organization, incor-
The JAX AIR NEWS U published" weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, is in effect the relief agency of the "naval
1904. It ,
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds porated in a long felt fleet need for
at no expense to the government and In ccmplhtnce with NAVKXOS P-Sa. JWMT community." It is supported by and operates in that "com- a suitable "Canned
Nov. 1945. Copies are attributed tree of. charge at the Natal Air Stauona the that special of Run" loft
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Rcucive Training the munity" which is roughly defined as group bombing range, the Naval Auxi.
U. S. Naval Hospital. Marine Corps and those
in the Navy and
serving liary Air Station
Service Information nfffcw-, ., Lt. Dave Bee ey persons them and Fallon, fle\idt
their families who are dependent upon
Managing Editor-Andrew II. Plane members of has the "Bravo" 16 range for the
Stall Reporter Kath) n Sutton; Jack Holmes, PHI; Nancy Ward. JOX share their experience. Its existence recognizes that this use of fleet squadrons

The JAX AIR NEWS II a member of the Armed Forces Press SwvlceAFPS group has its own problems and conditions of life and provides Loft bombing is
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe their relief. a procedure
written permission of Armed Force Praia Service. Republication of other its own agency for used for high speed low-altitude
matter except by service publication, U prohibited without permission of
txlltor. JAX AIR NEWS. While many of the society's officials and representatives drops on a target when approach

&*Editorial 21$ and 6164.4 offices. located. Main Administration Building. Phone extensions.. are naval_personnel__ it. uses. .no government.. # _funds_.L !_ .LL in_!its_ _opera_._.i_ altitude and bomb size make it
tions, and those administering us aiiaire act m meir j .iv.*w dangerous for the aircraft to passover

rather than their; official capacity. The organization makes the target.

possible the collection and utilization of funds! for the relief THIS. MANEUVER, (dulled

of distress among sailors, marines and their families.IT the "Goofy Loop" by partici.

IS THE NAVY'S OWN organization to take care of pating pilots is critical and requires -

its own people when they need help. much practice in order to

The "objects and business" of the society, as defined in with effectively the accomplish the run
degree of
the legal terms of its certificate of incorporation, are to collect precision re-

: '> >>W4W and hold funds and to use the same for aid in times of quired.

need of the officers and men of the naval service, their de- "Bravo" 16 Range, the first of

,i sLs pendents, and the dependents of deceased personnel.The the type in the U. S. Navy for
fleet training, tracks the
phrase "aid in times of need" establishes the essential aircraft
.1 through the entire
character of work in which the society is engaged and defines maneuver} and
traces the vertical profile
the general area in which it operates. It stresses reliefof of the
run on a graph. Speed checks
the distress aspect of its activities and thus distinguishesit are

from a credit union, a finance agency, or "general welfare"organization provided situated by electronic at i sky.
c which may operate in a different field. screens regular intervals
along the flight path, while
THE SOCIETY'S BASIC PURPOSE, then is to assist three spotter shacks provide fast t

naval personnel and their families when they really need help and accurate hit data.

'... > for the necessities, not the conveniences, of every day living AT THE COMPLETION of each
when, due to some abnormal situation, these cannot be provided
the and other data
run graphs
from family resources. It is largely a "help others helpthemselves"
to the ideal for
are compared
organization designed to smooth out the rough run
spots of )life in the Navy.nd Marine Corps. It cannot be expected the particular type aircraft, and

_. _.... to raise the standard of living or make possible the information on specific errors is
-- --- ----'--"-'" '.n' ---
so-called "nicer things of life." It can and does however help passed immediately to the pilotEquipped
FIRST WAVE AT TPO Dorothy Walt YN1, first Wave with and
assigned positive accurate
out with those
duty at the Naval Air Station's Transit Personnel Office, is personal family emergencies involving knowledge of his the
I checked out on her assignment by Robert Thiel, PNC, in charge of necessary expenditures which cannot be met, at least at the errors
the office. Walt will be in charge of all separatee correspondence time, from"the means available. pilot ideally will improve
and enlisted and officer separation diaries. She tomes to Jax from successive run. Complete follow.
duty with the Office of the Chief,of Information in Washington. The exact types of financial assistance that may be obtained up information in the form c It

through the Navy Relief Society are often not graphs and pilots is turned over
Captain Harris To thoroughly understood by those who
Navy men are in need of to the squadron for analysis and
.Pl\j\ l f Address AGO Grads financial aid. Since the term "relief11 is a broad one, it is nec- discussion.

H R11. essary, in the interest of consistent and equitable treatment
:} Capt. William S. Harris, com- to all, that it be at least roughly defined. It is obvious, that Commanding; officers of NAAS

manding officer of the Naval Air there must be some rules that must be adhered to. It is equal Fallon Is Capt. James E. Arm

Station, will address the 103-Of- ly obvious that Society must have sufficient information to strong from NAS Jax executive

CATHOLIC icer graduating class from Aviation enable it to act intelligently and fairly. offices.
Sunday-Mass-0800) 0900, 1000 Ground Officers School at .
-St. Edward's ChapeL the Naval Air Technical Training TYPICAL TYPES OF ASSISTANCE that may be expected Ordnance School Honors
follows: Financial
Saturday-Mass, 0800-St. Edward's Center Friday.Ceremonies. transportation, education and
Chapel.Daily other types of help for the dependents of deceased personnel; Go To QuisenberryCharles
will be held InKing
assistance with hospital and medical bills
of dependents incases Quisenberry, AOAN, of
-Mass, 0630-St. Edward' Hall at 0900.
of acute illness in
cases where military medical facil- Aviation Ordnancemen SchoolClass
0620 .
Chapel. -
ities are not available.
ter. Temporary assistance for basic living A at NATTCenter, was the

Training Center SID essentials when unexpected and unusual but necessary expenses honor student in last week's grad
Sunday-0630, Mass at the Hospital have depleted family funds. uating class.Quisenberry.

Classes Chapel, Bldg. 463.; 1900, Instruction Given New BilletLtjg Transportation expenses during crisis involving members whose home is in

.of your immediate family; and, assistance'in cases not Slaton, Texas, has been assignedto
Wednesday-1900-C h o i r Re- ( ) Dorothy Wagner, Ser- specincauy covered above
-. -. -. coming within the Society's Patrol Squadron Two, NAS
nearsai, 01: awaras inapei. vice Information and Wave Ad- concept and general relief
purposes as a organization. This assistance Whidbey Island for duty.
PROTESTANTThursday ministrative Officer at NATTCenter is generally in the form of a l loan; however, outright
Oct. 11 will be detached next Mondayto grants are freely made where the circumstances indicate.

1515-Youth Choir for ages 9 report for duty at the Naval THE SOCIETY DOES NOT GIVE assistance Rhymes df heTim1T
and All Saints' Ordnance Plant, Forest Park, 111 help you
over, ChapeL maintain
a standard of living incommensurate with E YWI OuJa) ratios rJ G
Coming here in January 1954 ular and your reg VWr FOR giJS
1900-The United Fellowship pay allowances; to finance investments
or purchases
Choir 1 Rehearsal, All Saints' Ltjg) Wagner reported to the marriages! or divorces: ; pay taxes, court fines, furnish bond; 90T K)ASHTffAYS ClfiAeBTT6 01? BUTT-BUTTS C0 BJ

Chapel. Administration Office. In September .or to assist dependents of. men who refuse to contribute to
1955, she assumed dutiesas
Sunday, Oct. 14 their families to the maximum extent of their ability.
080 Episcopal Communion the Service Information Offi In addition to the financial assistance the
Society offers
Service, All Saints' Chapel. cer.She other facilities not involving the direct dispensation of e
will be succeeded by ( ) It money.
Ltjg employs and makes
0930-Sunday School for ages 4 available the services of a visiting
Barbara Taylor of Naval Air who
nurse follows
through adults, Building 722. up on pest-hospital cases, helps new moth
Weapons System School. both
ers, before and after
0930-Service of Divine Worship childbirth; and provides visiting WOWWorth
nurse care for those who need this attention.
Chaplain Osman. Building 752, Class Room. THE SOCIAL .
1100-Service of Divine Worship WORKER GIVES advice and information
.' 1930-Bible Study Group, on
Chaplain Davis. GovernmentBenefits'pensions and allowances, medical'
Building 804. )
1900 The and related ( Oar Worry
Fellowship of Protestants matters. Frequently too
804.Monday ST. LUKE'S CDAI'ELNaval Navy Relief can aid in obtaining special ,
n Bldg. services such as aid
Oct 15 ( Hospital) agencies.dependent Where or the crippled children, and similar community Yes, helping the sick,

1900-Latter Saints' Service Sunday fcOct 14 Society itself cannot take of
care situa
Day tion a certainly
an effort is
made to refer lame and needy
1 the
0630 Catholic Mass. case to the
Building 750, Class Room. set up to provide the particular proper agency ,

Tuesday, Oct. 16 0930-Sunday School and Nurs Don't hesitatE in service needed. worth our worry. Give
: helping
1900-Episcopal InstructionClass ery. Own." Contribute the Navy "Take Care Of Its

Building 363.1900Christian 0930-Divine Worship, Chap I Fund Drive for 1956 your share to the Navy.Duval Community to 'the Navy-Duval Com
Science Service, lain Wylie Bryant. I munity Che t-United of which go to the local Corn
and Navy Relief. munity Fund Drive.I .



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11 October 1956 AIR NEWS Page


r- 9 I VP-J8 VAH-3,. VPS ReportScouting I

: Squadrons 1

.h r
"', '._t 1.I. 1.-- going to NATTU in El Centro, :
this week VP-18
tA '-:111': '' c' '.... I'. "".>:,... """ During past Calif.
. :"0.. has welcomed aboard Mac Kelly,
.. "" ,
t ... ..< ..,,tn,">. c,I.'.,..."I'." ...6Y1....... "c.S'", ..r" <2 h. ..,.Ht..... "I... c.. 'J'l"tf'" ..''7,1.YV ." ..n.itt ADC, from NAS Alameda, Calif; Cigars were the order of the
... .
,. .... ,. day last month when Lcdr. Lewis
.." .".. .'" ft. ,. #., .'.. '" ""'-" '- .:r"-,:"" Lynn Larson AMI, from VF-174, '
( ., Cecil Field James Moon ADAN II. Pollock, and Lcdr. George J.
:: .Idy'R : t. : ti. > i ;
roo .... : t: :j >+;: : : ,
< : : .' Webb received their leaves of -
- .. .... ., ... > N\f .. YJmS', ', _;" ..." ...' sign John Vaughan. These men ;
.i ,...... "V;+ ; ... r' : I .Mti : <
., "" ff" 'J:" .. )" ,.,.. <. ." >>1 *I 'will be rapidly employed into thesquadron's Congratulations arc in order for
, r !3M .:s t.... Iw ,. xIx -f\II\!: s? ".,, W w .rW...+ ft4' '
la Bill this month. It wasn't
, ,,.... \\M' ..... .", ,wd: >>. _I ;: .- 'A i.Y IY ;: .r ,5r'4a intense training pro- Cluey

-4f .*_..1 .,.. ,. aIt" ,.......,.., "..> "' > ". -, .: : ; .....;.;; I gram.. enough for him to make Airman,
d N. but his wife Mary Jane decided to
I '* "I I In the last few months 15 pilots ..i!
,. .1 l' ;.'i"' ; > <. I. i have reported for duty necessitating i present him with a bonus in the
; I: .
... $ for transi: form of a five pound three ounce
an opportunity ,
,f J .J i ? of:' "f( ">. '
.." .i : ...t. .1: ., !'.. .... ,.t tion to the P2V-7. Consequentlythe daughter named Barbara Ann.
for '" I .,.I I IIf .,:: .," ., $ "
Best Herb Black-
wishes to
"\t. .. '" I flight schedule has been concentrating -
) > : I
l 1J. .'t' '
loft ,. ./.. .. ., ,, .., JZ 1 on familiarization shear, SD3; who took the big stepon

flights for the newcomers. This Sept 14th.

+zlda i has provided an excellent chance Three others who made a big,

the i for the junior officer plane com decision were Durward T, Solley,

manders to reveal their instructor PN3; Dale P. Huffman, AK1; and
O ft R PROGRESS BOARD They will have no trouble at all In keeping up with the proms :
talents. Earl N. Sweat AE1. They all
ure of the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive at Overhaul and Repair Department. The Fnnd-Drive '
ode committee at 0 ft R has placed charts and hoards throughout the department but this one at the main Long hours of flight have been shipped over for six years just

.\chit entrance gives all a pretty good idea of "how are we doing The drive to raise $11t,," for the Com- necessary for an opportunity to after the squadron was commis-
munity Chest and Navy Relief began last week and will close November 16. sioned.
replacements for the crew

, s men. Experienced technicians Elwyn Vineyard, AD2; and Bob

VAH-1 First To Qualify For Carrier radiomen ordnanccmen, and me- Compton AD2; went to NAS San-

,i'dlcl. Navy Manpower ) chanics have also had a chance to ford to join IfATU for duty. Bob

Operations With A3D Skywarrior reveal their instructor talents in Roach PIIAN; left at the same
Strength UpThe
reo an effort to reinforce the gap left time for Norfolk Va. where he

to Navy is chiefly 'responsible i The deafening roar of powerful by the departure of experienced will receive three weeks instruc- .

vnre\ for an increase of 5,032 turbojets heralded the return of atomic weapon carrier it is capa- personnel. tion in air intelligence before returning -
ble of making unescorted attacks to NAS Jax.
men in the armed forces' over .
the VAIM "Tigers" to Jackson- Congratulations are extended to
against defended subma .
all strength during July according ville last Thursday morning following J. J, Bahm, Charlie Eptein, and
rine bases and harbor installa-
of! to Defense. Department 15 days of operations John Owen for their most recent vr-5
tions in of the world.
reports. any part The "Mad Foxes" of Patrol
foraft >aboard USS ForrestaL promotion to Lieutenant Their

Army strength went up During its stay aboard the carrier The heavy attack squadron will cohorts are anxiously awaiting a Squadron Five have increased

,nd about 1,000, while the Air the squadron became the conduct operations from NAS wetting"down party. their number slightly in the past .

the Force and Marine Corps remained first to qualify for carrier based Jacksonville until January when I two weeks. The statistics' are as -

Ire unchanged. operations while flying the A3D they will again be deployed VAII-3 ..follows: Five discharges two re-

ky Navy procurement totalled Skywarrior. aboard USS Forrestal for a After much moving V AII-3 has ,enlistees and 13 incoming trans

er. 18,606, with 10,599 new re- The skipper Comdr. Paul F. lengthy cruise to the Mediterranean found a permanent home in Hangar fers.

ileast cruits, 5,418 reenlistments, and Stevens was quick to indicate his area. 123. The squadron is still It is interesting to note that of

t 2,589 reservists entering upon satisfaction with the squadron's -- s* short of the new A3D "Skywurior" I the 13 new "Mad Foxes," no less
active duty. Estimates placed than 10 are from the USS Lake
performance aboard ship. "The New Personnel OfficerFor aircraft but now has a full .
Navy strength at 674,031 on complement of personnel aboard. Champlain. They are Arnold
operations were extremely suc-
''lhIta July 31, 1956, compared with Scott, AA Horace Vincent AN
Training CenterLcdr. ; ;
cessful for the first time aboard Last week the welcome mat was
669,925 on June 30, 1956. Robert Moore, AN;Gerald Plumb
for with new aircraft, he commented Sheldon Corner, formerlyattached spread. for Bob Simpson, A03; .
AN Jimmy AN Robert
Marine Corps procurement ; Kelley ;
ndIS "particularly consideringthat to Aviation Ground Of/i- Walter Brown, AQ2; Bob Katz-
in July totalled 8,011, of which this heavier aircraft AE2 Yirak AOC Whaley, AN; Raymond McFar-
was a cers School, has been named as berg, ; Rudy ,, ;
2,086 were new recruits 2,142 land, AN; Kenneth Swords, AN;
ot with all the attendant complex- the new Enlisted Personnel Offi- Chester Burton, PR2; and Glen
reenlistments and 3,783 reserv :Harold Clark AA; Alfred, Klein,
ities. Our success was due to the cer at NATTCenter.A Stains, ADI. Charles Nicholson,

'uhe ists entering active duty Ma- hard work and long hours put in veteran of the Korean campaign ADC, who completed 20 years in AN.
Mack Barren AM3 from Pa-
,ch rine Corps strength on July 31 by all the members of the squad. he served aboard the car the Navy in August 1955, also '
tuxent Md. and Glenn
was estimated at 200,631 and ,
ron." rier USS Essex. joined the squadron to finish out
N'of on June 30, 200,780. The A3D is the largest and most --'.., the final 2 years of his present Coulder, ADI, from ATU 400 at
NAS Memphis, and William Oliver
powerful carrier-based plane ever The Navy's experimental. I enlistmentDeparting -
er AN from the Receiving Sta-
nd built The seagoing bomber per steam catapult is able to propela I. recently were John ,
tion, Charleston, S. C.
forms in the 600 to 700 milesperhour 15,000 pound plane from a Germiller AT3; headed for separation I
Gilbert Michaud AN and Ed.
CIm1'l'bursdar class and at altitudes above standing start to 168 mph in three and R. W. Garret, ADC; ,
1Sm ward Bcrgcrs ATI recently
40,000 feet The Navy's principal seconds. I and J. D. Reynolds, AD2; who are ;
I "signed on" for another six years. ,

yeS October 11 .. .':. ':...."'<'? "' ":!"" .,,:. .............".,...._. ":":..,.'\I!..........., Training Flights have been increased -
{ f''t' l" :
Proud One ;'fo'J. ,, .1 (to
Mainside The PO's Blanton. '* to insure fulfillment of
< !; :
(color drama cine.): Robert STAMPS .' ', VP-S's quota of Air Hours. Every.
< *
' Ryan, Virginia Mayo. : one from the skipper to the air-
Has Serviced POSTAGE-,.SAVINGS .... >*"'I!'
NATTCenter Forbidden x ;. man apprentices are confidentthat
Planet (science fiction): Walter MAIL PARCELS ': -.: :j:: the output will more than

of Pidgeon, Anne Francis. 'Thousands II COW' "'.14u$ "V.* Y f'., :,; (, cover the demand.

01 Hospital Mr. Roberts (color w i.' The World Series proved a

he drama cine.): Henry Fonda Thousands yea tens of thousands source of "Mucho Diversion" fora

d. James Cagney. of students and personnel number of us. Radio's were
[ at the Naval Air Technical Training .
October 12 'ti.kyQt brought out dusted off and tunedin
Center have passed before Joe >
in Mainside Mole People (hor- and liberally mobbed. At
j Blanton* clerk-in-charge of the <. times, even the roar of those "hol-
cd5 ror): John Agar, Cynthia.Patrick. Post Office at the Center who on low" looking stove pipes were
NATTCenter The Proud One V S % u
October 15, begins his 14th yearat ( drowned out by the happy cheersof
(color drama cine.): Robert Ryan, Station.
the Naval Air "Mad Foxes" following the
Virginia Mayo. And more than six of those 13 series. '

Hospital -- Forbidden Planet years have been spent behind the Today a number of "Mad
(science fiction): Walter Pidgeon,
grill windows of the NATTCenter Foxes" are to return to Jax from
Anne Francis.
JUt Office. wM a Norfolk where they have been
Saturday October 13 IT ALL BEGAN back in October schooled l in Anti-Submarine

Mainside The Brave One 1943, when activation of the fP'
Warfare Tactics. They are pilots,
(color drama cine.): Michael Ray, Training Center began. The first Ltjg( ) Gene Scheiter Lt. Robert

Joi Lansing. post office was in a wing of the / 7{Yrtis Sheldon Ensign Ernest Jones,

NATTCenter Mole People auditorium but by November the ......' ". ..I'.. I',"" Ltjg) George Weaver Ensign

(horror): John Agar, Cynthia squad post office building across '+".;). .. :.:. :" < .::.;,.........:-i}; i..... James Craigie, and Ensign Edwin
: t" : : .1 '
Patrick. from the Navy Exchange had : ;J.1 < Neuman. There is much here
Hospital The Proud One been completed.By ,.: : :: iL : :: i; :t ;!::7 J JF wish to share with you (watches,

(color drama cine.): Robert Ryan, that time some 15,000 military J. (l }!.:' '.f *,, .,11';. )td )(i f..tI flights, cross countries, and quite. '

Virginia Mayo students were passing i a work load in general).
KIDDIE MATINEE through the Training Center to POST OFFICE VETERAN Hundreds of thousands of military .
personnel have been served Joe clerk-in-
by Blanton harge
furnish needs of the Fleet and The thief
Saturday, October 13, ueo of the NATTCenter branch of the Post Office. Registering packagesof would not admit"

Mainside San Antone (western squadrons during World War IL Charles Waller, AO3, (left) and ffc Harold Levine, he continues stealing the typewriter so they

1\ ): Forrest Tucker, Also Bet- LATER BLANTON went to the chores begun nearly li yean ago. brought it into the courtroom.

ter Bait Than Ever (comedy). Mainside post office. remaininguntil "You stole this typewriter"

Movie noun February 1952, when NATT Blanton's staff was increased to partment are two marines, two shouted the D. A.

it..e It"C' Mainside 1800, 2000. Also Center was reactivated during the six civilian clerks. Today with Waves and a sailor.A The thief stared open-mouthed. .

1400 on weekends and holidays. Korean crisis. Again some 15,000 the Training Center's 3,000 enrollment veteran of World War II with "Shucks" he gasped. "& that

NATTCenter1400,1800, 2000 air-minded students thronged to of students, he has one part- the Army Engineers, Blanton is a what that thing were? Ah thoughtit

11. daily. : the Center. time assistant Jacksonville resident and 1940 wuz a cash register I wu haul-

Hospital 1900 only With the influx of personnel Assisting in the directory de- graduate of Lee High School. in' away,"




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Pace Four JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1956

I Scientists Seek to Train Men Not to Die of Usually Fatal Wounds

in a moot point of mice or men, electric shocks, flow to various organs. Also
Dr. Robert L. Gr is wold, medical zatlon. It is merely the process of rats a series of to mental I amounts of adrenalin and norad- I

"officer of the Army Medical Cen- conditioning them against sRock. such as those given them I rinaline are released into the SALTY HUMOR FROM

ter at Walter Reed Hospital The big majority of deaths caused patients, thus conditioning blood in proportion to the injury HERE AND THERE
battle the doctor against shock. I II
by wounds says .
Washington reveals that Center's
the sustained. The
is due to shock rather than the A PERSON or i bartender looked up and
are learning how WHEN EITIIER
injuries themselves.Two I I However a prolonged high saw a pink elephant, a gretn
to train serious injury rat
men not to die of normally an animal sustains a and
fatal wounds by trying their methods are being used on Dr. Griswold said dramatic I level of activity of the sympa- "You're a yellow a little snake at the bar

methods to take placein thetic nerves!!, as in shock, hastens early boy.hj t,
out on rats. the rats.. One subjects them a changes automatically said. "He hasn't
of death rather than prevents It. The come in .\>u: ."'
They have now succeeded in series of small:non-fatal injuries, the nervous system. Activity which *

preventing: 25 out of 75 rodents increasing in set'erity. They just the sympathetic nerves, over administration of drugs kids
from dying of injuries that ordi- get used to them and so survive which there is no conscious con- hamper nerve function has been .The were bragging about

nally would have been fatal. them. trol causes changes in heart function successful in aiding experimental the accomplishments of their respective

THE SECRET IS'NOT immuni- The other method is to give the blood pressure and blood. animals to withstand shock. fathers. "My old man
was the first man to
__________ ._ .._... ..-- fly 10,000
feet with a stick in his hand

-L' J Navy Ready With boasted Butch.

4 "Oh, he was' a flyer"

"No. The poolroom blew ,
Reserve TankersIn up

CrisisAn Mary was complaining to Jim
Suez across the dinner table. "What a

day" she said. "Baby got his first
impasse in Suez negotiations tooth took his
first step, foil and
which might close the canal and knocked
out his tooth and then
(Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor force shipment of Middle East oil said his first word."

all Navy libraries in the area..) around the Cape of Good Hope *
would find the Navy ready with
Sound Of Waves: A beautiful It was his first day in the Navy
13 reserve fleet tankers Vice
love story with a setting in a I.,' being the first
.. among men .to be
Adm. Herbert G. Hopwood, Dep-
Japanese fishing village. Return- : called to 'the colors in the new
.: uty Chief,of Naval Operations for
ing for the squid season the pearl .,'. '. draft. "Please get to the mess hall
Logistics said here today.In .
diver hero meets the heroine who .' :,. "
." ,.: on time said the chief. And
like other women of the village .: its traditional peacetimerole please be sure to rise early And

dives for abalone. The delicate .;4 of support to ,U. S. foreign remember, if you please, the

telling of the romance gives it policy the Navy can throw the proper attire which constitutesthe

universal appeal; the background tankers into use in about 60 days uniform of the day."

provides an understanding of the -faster in case of a "crash" pro- The next day the chief came in

Japanese people. gram, Admiral Hopwood said. and roared, "Hit the deck you

House Next Door: A novel of Each can carry more than 5 slobs, get over to the slop hall for

the anti-Christian: Saul who be- million gallons of oil at 14% some mess and put on dungarees

came the Apostle Paul. Perhaps ... knots. The expert care of reserve for head detail."

an unorthodox approach but well "GOOD NEIGHBOR" SAILORS Fleet Aircraft Service fleet personnel has kept them in "But chief" pleaded the ..

written and we think you will Squadron 109 has men on' its rolls from Peru and Puerto Rico. near-operating trim since they "yesterday you were so nice

like 1t.Buffalo. Angel Manuel Fontanez-Perez, AN, (left) hails from Com trio, left active "Yesterday!" roared the thief,
after World WarII
Puerto Rico and Enrique Castellano, AN Is from Lima, Peru. duty
Grass: Fine novel witha Perez, who once served with the U. S. Army's 28th Division in and the Korean War. "we were taking pictures for Life

western flavor concerns two Aursburgr, Germany joined the Navy in February of this year. magazine!"
Civil War Veterans who go to Castellano, who attended medical school at Walla Walla College, The Military Sea Transportation .

Kansas to make their fortune. Washington has been in the Navy since November 1955. Service operated by the The sailor had
young just pro-
Navy has another eight ships in
Justin Bayard: It doesn't seem The Naval Air Reserve pro- posed marriage to his lady love
mothballs if the need should
possible that writers will run out Wives vides training in a number of and she had turned him down. 'If
Sponsor the admiral said.
of frontier material in this country trades most of which have civil- you don't marry me immediate.

.. but we are having more good '7-Year Itch'Performance ian counterparts. Keep abreastof The tankers are berthed in re- ly," he threatened, "I'll go to the

stories of the Australian frontier the times and improve your fu- serve fleet groups at Philadel- lake cut a hole in the ice, dive In

then beforel This is novelof ture security. Join the NARTU today I "
ever a phia; Orange Texas; San Diego and drown myself.

today's frontiers in Australia's and Stockton, California. i "Why this is April. The ice

back country. won't cover the lake for i inh': '
Naval personnel and their dependents
Ship 16: Story Of The Secret ..>x. months!" .
... will have an opportu- .. X "
German Raider Atlantis: Factual r "OK, then I'll wait.
nity to see the stage play 'The i' .
material on the exploits of the *
Seven Year Itch" this Saturday i:
most successful of the German at reduced prices.Sponsored : He has everything a woman iu-

raiders disguised as merchant mires in a man charm personality -
ships in World War II. by the Officers' a sense of humor, and
Wives Club of Jacksonville Saturday
In Search Of Adam: "The storyof suede shoes.
night's performance at the .
man's quest for truth about '
Fairfax Theatre by the Jackson- :
his earliest ancestors" in an anal- Two chorus girls were (eompai
ville Theatre Guild will
begin at
ysis of the theories of the originof :"'.- ing notes on the technique of
2030. The Fairfax Theatre is justa :
man. Well written and illus- ".' their respective boX friends. 'He
15-minute drive from the Station
trated it is a fine addition to the kissed my hand," complained one.
and is located on Herschel
popular anthropology section. That's the with experience
way a man
Street in the Fairfax section.
Bulls And The Bees: That title : y kisses."
Proceeds from
should prepare you for a humorous Saturday's show "A man with experience should
will to further
go Daniel
account of the growing yearsof have better aim."
a rugged young individualist. Clausey Memorial ScholarshipFund }? .
and toward the NAS Nurs-
The illustrations will convinceyou
ery. Tickets be obtained from
may "r_
that shouldn't miss the
Mrs. Jacques Davison ,. .
fun in this autobiography.What ,"
Mrs. E. L. "
Foster EV-8-0448; or
Man May Be: The Human .'
Mrs. R. V. Berry EV-7-4857. ; fJ i t' $ yt.
Side of Science: A good
compan- "The Seven Year litch" which ;,.),
ion volume relates man as a hu- : ,
features an entirely local cast
.._ man being to the complex world with some of Jacksonville's most, : V
of today. :
talented performers, is a smart The regular.weekly meeting
Portable Age Of Reason Reader comedy telling of the temptationsthat '.. the Chiefs and M/Sgts. Toastmasters -

1657.1789: Viking Press has face a husband whose wife I., % .. Club of Toastmasters Inter
published several "portables. All and daughter have gone to the r::'" national is held each Thursday in

have been, and continue to be, shore for the summer, leaving him the club ballroom from 1130 until

well read. We think you will fine fair game for the model residing It! .

these selections from the great 1300.A
upstairs. .n.p ,.$ ? aA luncheon is served during the
writers of the period covered I All E-
: : : meeting at nominal prices.
excellent reading-and good Safely Engineers To ., 9's aboard the Station or servingIn !:
the vicinity are urged

Simmons AE School Meet Here FridayThe v { ,? into are cordially the Toastmasters invited to Club attend and a

Honor Student North Florida Chapter of meeting. Membership is limited.
........ :
Richard Simmons, AEAN, of Safety Engineers will hold a '-t The next regularly scheduled

Farmington, N. M., was the honor luncheon meeting Friday Oct. 12 dance Is for October 31 (Hallow

student in last week's graduatingclass at 1230 in the Chief's Club, Spero I e'cn) which will be a costume

from Aviation ElectriciansMate Tassopoulos chairman,announced. affair. .
School Class A at NATT- Speakers include C. B. Dob- of APPEAR IN "-YEAR ITCU" These lovely ladles I The club features its special 45
them Jacksonville'products young all
Center.He bins, presiding officer of the Theatre's stare have starring roles In the Guild cents luncheon from 1100 until

i entered the Naval Service !in North Florida Chapter of the at the Fairfax presentation Theatre."The Saturday's Seven Year Itch" now being presented 1300, Tuesdays through Fridays.

December, 1955, and has been assigned American Safety Engineers; and by the Officers' Wives Club of Jacksonville showing will be sponsored < Volunteer workers of the Ladies

to Fasron 200, London, D. R. Moran, Naval Air Station to going right to above the Clausey Memorial Fund and the Station with Nursery.proceeds Left Aid and Womens' League are

II England Fire Chief. 1956; and Shirley are Jeane, MiTac&nlilKf; Miss Jacksonville! of cordially invited to have luncheonat

1951. the club.
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11 October 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Fiver

Garden Circle She'll Be Here

Monday, Fellas! I

Meets Friday _

Beginning: its second year, the
Naval Air Station Garden Circle

I. will meet at 0930, Friday, October

1 ? pc i yr 19 Mrs., in Building Henry C.751.DeLong will pre. d1yaa

< sent the program, speaking on
"Bonsai Miniature Trees."

Hostesses for this meeting are

Mrs. Ralph D. Ettinger, Mrs.

Charles Baumeister, Mrs. Harold
;: c: Riveland, Mrs. H. Dale Allen, and
Mrs. Elton L. Knapp. Mrs. J. J,

McKinstry, president, requeststhat
each member come preparedto
answer the roll call by namingthe
state flower of her home state.

Dues for the year will also by
payable at this time.
The Naval Air Station Garden

Circle, organized on October 27,
NEW T-MASTERS ELECTEES A new board took over for 1955, is affiliated with the Garden Y k
the NAS Officer Toastmasters Club last week when Maj. Emmon
Lcdr. Anania Maloney (center right), outgoing president, presented the gavel of Club of Jacksonville, which, witha z
authority to Lcdr. Vincent Anania, incoming prexy. Left to right membership of more than 3,000, ,
New Of'Toastmasters are Ensign Ronald Moreland, sergeanl-at-arms; Lt. William Bar. is the largest garden club in the
Prexy ron, treasurer; Comdr. Luther Miller, secretary; Major Louis United States.
Sartor, administrative vke-president; Capt. Rutledge Sasser, educaUonal .
-" resident; Lcdr. Anania; Lt. Ken Knolzen, area As a result of its membership .
governor; Major Maloney; Lt. Thomas Morrow, outgoing secretary tea held at the quarters of Mrs. '; :
; and Lt. Donald Thomas outgoing treasurer. William S. Harris in July, the I y
With "Progress Unlimited" as
local circle begins its year with
the motto for the ensuing months,
45 members. Serving with Mrs.
Lcdr. Vincent Anania of Aviation Art Mooney Band Plays '
took McKinstry are the following officers
Ground Officers School over
: first vice-president, Mrs.
last week as president of the ....
Bob J. Robison second vicepresident
Naval Air Station's Officer Toast
masters Club. For Dancing Oct. 16-17 Mrs. Odin H. MacPhee; sec. t a s sti
retary, Mrs. Ira N. Curtis; and
He succeeds Maj. Emmons Ma- treasurer, Mrs.-Bowne F. McLeod. Jtty
loney of Marine Aviation Detach. Art Mooney, "the genial Irish. Featured with who 7
man" and his orchestra will
ment at NATTCenter as play
prexy. also gives a good sideline show,
for dancing at NAS Jax Tuesdayand
"This gavel," Lcdr. Anania said, is lovely Cathy Carr. Cathy's hit NAVY WIVESCORNER I
Wednesday, Oct. 16 and 17. >
accepting the symbol of authority, recording of "Ivory Tower" has I IA .
"will symbolize our motto."Prog- o A long-time Jax favorite, zoomed her into the national spot.
ress Unlimited" for the next six Mooney and his band continuesto light. I ;1 ,
wonderful time was had by %
months. rank at the top of the heap. -...--- \
all who attended the Navy Wives
"In keeping with the motto, I The Mooney band plays the kindof Base ChaplainsHost Subscription Dance at the Sem- r
dance music that satisfies both
would like to invite all officers inole Hotel last Saturday.Not Si :
the older and sets.
aboard the Station to take ad only did they enjoy dan
vantage of the opportunity to The genial Irishman and .his PastorsThe cing to the music of a Navy band t
in the fieldof band will play for enlisted
progress unlimitedly an Protestant chaplains based but were also entertained by pan-
speech, parliamentary law, and i men's dance Monday at King aboard< the Naval Air Station held tominist Emmett Rodifer, SN. A
leadership as exemplified by the }Hall, Building 563 beginning 'at open house at All Saints' Chapel vote of thanks to Velma Brooks, : $' ',

Toastmasters Club." 2000, and will stay over to play Tuesday for 47 civilian pastors of chairman and Grace Copeland,

p The club gave a rising vote of for the officers' dance Tuesday at the Jacksonville area. cochairman, whose hard work
appreciation to the outgoing officers I. the "O" Club at 2100. Assembling in the chapel at made the dance a success. Proceeds
.. ._ ,,, .
will be used for Welfare 0. "'y .1J> :RA..v."W.1:
for the advancements made 1000, the visitors heard Lcdr E. R.
during the crucial summer Mew Skipper For Bryant, chaplain of the Naval Work carried out by Navy Wivesof COMING TO NAS=First top

months. Hospital, discuss the functions of Jax. I flight Hollywood actress to.
Carrier RooseveltThe come to NAS Jax since the war,
4s* the hospital chaplain in admin AT TilE LAST business meeting Terry Moore, will make an ap
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt istering to patients and Comdr. M. Rita Mann was in charge of pearance here on Monday, Oct
* BC-BS Plan (CVA-42)), one of two aircraft O. Stephenson, NATTCenter chap the meeting and did a very capable 15. A star in the current movie"Between
carriers homebased at lain, talk on the Navy's character job, in the absence of Ruth heaven and Hell"which
Mayport, is having Its world pre .
Rates Go has a new skipper.. guidance program.Arrangements Reese, president. Ruth, Betty miere in Jacksonville and other
Up for the affair Moore and Alice Meyer are attending cities, Terry will be at NATT
Capt. Thomas W. Hopkins, relieved were made by Lt. R. E. Osman, the National Convention Center at 1200, at 0 & R at
In OctoberMembers Capt. John T. Hayward.The chaplain of the Naval Air Station 'of Navy Wives Clubs of America, 1230. (See Story on Page 1))

carrier is now conducting All Saints' Chapel. Inc. in Long Beach, California.
of the Blue CrOss. training exercises in the waters After lunch at the Officers Club At the next business meeting on Sailing Club

Blue Shield plan are reminded of around Cuba and is expected to the civilian pastors were taken ona October 17 A full report on the

the increase in monthly payment return to Jax on Oct. 22. guided tour of the station. Commanding convention will be given by the Starts ProgramOf

rates effective Oct. 15. officers and executive delegates.A .

New contracts and an explanatory U.S. Marines were called uponto officers of commands based here WARD PARTY was held
*pamphlet giving details of quell a riot in Massachusetts were invited guests at t lie October 12 with Rita Mann, chaplain TrainingThe

the new rates and new added ben. State} Prison in 1824. luncheon. in charge. These are month.
efits have already been forwardedto ly affairs and are greatly enjoyedby opening training program
all policy holders.It the service patients at the for the Jax Navy Sailing Club

there ,Naval Air Station Hospital, and began last night under the guidance

no increase is pointed in the out room that allowance is -'' '- '.-. l&r : .|/. jy '/ V % '&' >''* "4* the volunteer members of Navy of Art Northrup, AEC, of
Aviation i Electrician's Mate
Wives who attend. A different
,included in the new benefits. This School.
ward is visited each month with
will remain at $7.00 per day as
home made cake and punch being
provided in the contract: Pay \ The program Is Intended to
ments for October is due Oct 15 served and games are played. brief club members on important

and 16, with these new rates in --- Navy Wives 186 of Jax has phases of sailing prior to dellyery
force: a : voted to donate a sum each monthto of the four Rhodes Bantam craft
the Hospital Red Cross to pur here in the near future.
Single, Blue Cross only1.65; chase-records for the patients.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield-$2.75. Training meetings are held
I.. ; Wednesdays in Building 501 from
Family, Blue Cross only4.20; s, *,
1900 to 2100.Personnel .
Blue Cross and Blue Shield710. .

FROM T147rd on the Station wish.

ot ing to join the club should con.

tact the following: NATTCenter-
S 0 S.
Comdr. Robert Woodside, EX-

8446; Pvt. Larry Maneval, 8572;

(Show Our Spirit) ? lr' Chief Thomas Knowles Northrup, 454;; Paul Mainside Gib.:

son, 661.Hospital. I
It's time to Show Our Spirit 4 +y
: Helen Strawn, 561.
and get behind the Navy- EX51.
Duval Fund Drive I
Community i COPTER'S-EYE VIEW A hovering Marine helicopter takes The training craft, Andromeda,
for 1956. Give to 42 agencies, a rood look at the world's first helicopter carrier, the Thetis Bay of the club has been turned over
Shown here at sea near Long Beach, Calif The vessel recently was to St. Andrews Church for
pltfS Navy Relief I reconverted for helicopter operations at a cost of eight million o hpoi Ship OcJ1'h purposes. charity' .


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1956


Up ,The Freelancers

LADDERWith Perform WellIn

Civilians Jax ShootJax

(Weekly the Jax Air News in
cooperation with the Industrial Navy Freelancers swept
Relation Department will list two divisions in Sunday's archery
'various promotion for Naval Air 1 17A shoot on the Jax Bowhuntersrange.

personnel) The Navy team placed win.
On the promotion roster effec- ners in both the archers and

tive October 1 and 7, were 27 f P novice divisions.
employees, 13 from Overhaul and Sunday, October 21, a turkey
Repair Department, seven from shoot will be held on the NATT
Supply Department, two each Center range with prizes for the
from Public Works Department, first six place winners. Eight tur
Security Department, and Fiscal ? 1 1s keys and other prizes will be
Department, and one from Mis- I awarded.
cellaneous. I ? r The morning shoot will consistOf
a broadhead round on a handi-
PROMOTED AT 0 ft R were
cap system. Shooters without han-
Ralph Story, guard GS-3 to pro-
dicaps will compete in the open
duction dispatcher' first step; division.

Ralph Grimsley, guard GS-3 to Sunday's results:

production dispatcher first step; Bowman: Pat Porter, Jax Bow
Simmie Hamilton, helper metal- hunters, 747; John Stone, Jax
smith (aviation) third step to &
pro- c .
ry ; ... Bowhunters, 665; Ted Gissendaner -
duction dispatcher first step .;.; ,>, ;.;.;. ".
; Jax Bowhunters, 655.
Gwynndolen Jensen, helper air- READY TURKEYS? Resplendent In their new uniforms, these archers from the JAX Navy
craft instrument mechanic Freelancers are ready for the forthcoming Turkey Shoot, Sunday, Oct. 21 on the NATTCenter range. Archer: Ed Merrill, Jax Navy,
seeand Front row are (left to right) Rose Weatherby, AE School; Florence Wood, NavAirWeaps and Edward 670; Dick Stengrim, Jax Navy,
step to production dispatcherfirst Merrill, NAS Special Services. Back row (left to right) Walt Howard, FawtuLant; Dkk Stengrim, 585; Walt Howard, Jax Navy, 535.
step; George Kirkland, stock NavAirWeaps; Paul Underwood AE School; Joseph Wilkinson FawtuLant; Clyde Brown, AO School; Novice: Paul Underwood, Jax
man second step to, production Bill Weatherby, AE School; Carl Goddard, VP-18; Lester Sain, AE School; and Roger Wood, NavAirWeaps.
.- Navy, 445; Roger Wood, Jar
dispatcher second step; Homer Navy, 335."Why .
Magin, helper electrician: (air.draft .
) third-step to production Cast Revealed For Oct. 27 Local Showing didn't you get a hun-
dispatcher first step; Alice, Pom- dred percent?" asked the disap-

tion pey, dispatcher laborer third first step produc- Of Birthday Pageant 'Spirit Of The Navy'Announcement pointed"I ,had mother.a period upside down,"

Doris Recob, helper radio mechanic explained, the annoyed son.
of the cast
second step to production for the Navy's birthday anni- maid in 1812, will be played by Jo tin, AN, VP-5, will play a Japanese -
dispatcher first step; Cia r i Is a "The Willard, YN3, of NAS ,Jacksonville lad of 1830 and a 1920 sea
White, helper (general) third stepto versary pageant Spiritof
the Navy" was made this man recruit. James Joyce, SN,
production dispatcher first week by Charles Vicinus SN The part of Commodore John plays three roles, aide to Com
step; Westmoreland Eastwood, of VA-175, director for the Paul Jones, father of the U. S. modore Perry, aide to Adm. Bay-
stockman third step to production show. Navy, will be played by Peter ley, and a WWII Marine. Peter

dispatcher third step; Walter ,The 35 roles in the script will King, PIIAN,, of VP-18. Rough, King, PHAN plays Comdr. Taus-
Buzek, guard supervisor GS-4 to be handled by 17 persons, most of gruff and tough, the doughty sig as well as Commodore John I
production dispatcher first step; whom already have memorized commodore will strut across the Paul Jones. Lcdr. J. B. Clocken-
William Myrick, leading metal- their lines in early rehearsals boards as he discusses proper gun kenphcr, NAS Jax, doubles as a (Personnel are invited to visit
smith (aviation) third step to the USO Servicemen's Club 37
held in Buildings 912 and 3. Be- salutes with the French Adm. La. i chief boatswain mate"and an 1812
leadingman loftsman (aircraft) West Monroe St. The club is
ginning next week the cast will Motte Picquet aboard the latter's sailor. open
second step; and Marcus Ellison, from 0900 to 2230 daily.)
move into the Mainside Theatreto vessel. Picquet will be played by LT. KEN KNOIZEN, NATT
helper aircraft mechanic third Thomas Lucette AN of Fasron Thursday, Oct. 11-2000; Game
learn the necessary stage business I IShe. Center, will play both Comdr.
step to production dispatcher first night
and smooth, up the rough- Schade, 'WWII submarine Com-
step. mander and Richard Dale aide Friday, Oct. 12-2000; Forrcstal '
ness before final rehearsal in the 'MORE CONTEMPORARY, ,
ADVANCED IN SUPPLY Department -I NATTCenter Auditorium where Lcdr. W. Mawhinney, Overhaul to Commodore Jones. Chief War- farewell party.
were Grac? Jarvis, the show will be presented Oct. and Repair, will impersonate rant Officer R. G. Long, NAS Saturday Oct. 13-1000; Open
clerk typist GS-3 to property and 27. Rehearsals are held daily at prese'nt Adm. Arleigh Burke Supply, plays Commodore Perry House; 2000, Record time.
supply clerk GS-4; Baja Henderson 1400. when, as a captain, he was Chiefof and Comdr. Snowden of WW II. Sunday, Oct. 14-1000; Morning
property and supply clerk COVERING DRAMATIC mo- Staff to Rear Adm. Marc Comdr. Odin MacPhee, 0 & R, coffee hour; 1045, Go to church. ;,.
GS-2 to clerk typist GS-3; Shirley ments in Naval history from its Mitscher in WWII. The part of plays Comdr. Buchanan, aide to 1730-Vespers. 2000-Free movie.
Williams, typist GS-2 jo clerk beginning in Revolutionary times, Mitschcr will be played by Lt. Commodore Perry. Monday, Oct. 15-1900; Open

typist GS-3; $elsie Drane, prop- the script affords numerous pres- David Beesley, SIO, NAS Jax. Jack Newman, AN,. Fasron Six, house.
erty and supply clerk GS-2 to ent-day junior officers and enlisted Beesley also will double as Lt. plays a Japanese youth and a WWII Tuesday Oct. 16-1930; Work-
property and supply clerk GS-3; men an opportunity to don Johnny Rogers, the Navy's second helmsman in a submarine shop night; 2000; Junior hostess
Rosemary Goodrick, clerk-steno- the stars of admirals and commodores naval aviator, while Mawhinneywill scene. George O'Neill AN, 0 & R, training class.
grapher GS-3 to property and as well as the facial linesof assume the additional role of will represent a sailor in every Wednesday, Oct. 17-2000;
supply clerk GS-4; Marjorie Bis- rank which will be suppliedby the British Adm. Bayley. period of ,U. S. Naval history. Party night.Thursday.
hop, and, clerk Emmett Rodifer; AN VFP-62 Oct. 18-2000; Game
property supply the makeup artists. Ensign Taylor Durham, NARTU, ,
GS-2 to property and supply 'I The one female in this other- will play both a sailor of 1812 anda whose local fame rests upon his night.
clerk GS-3; and Carl' Reiter, supervisory wise male cast, the part of a bar- Marine of WWII. Richard Fort ability as a comedian, tries constructed in the 0 & R heli-
management analyst straight drama as an aide to copter hanger.
GS-9 to supervisory general sup- Names Adm. Picquet and as a WWII Vicinus predicts that the presentation _
ply officer GS-10. Argentina Trophy Seabee. And Ensign Herbert with be a "great show,"

Promoted at Public Works Department Alexander, AGO School, NAT* and if present Indications' are
_.were Ernest Newberg, After Chief Baskerville Center, is cast as Capt. Drayton, correct it may even better the
1864 Civil War hero.
-- Washington production. "How-
refrigeration and
air conditioning Honored by the American '
mechanic third step to progress- Colony in Buenos Aires, Argen- Vicinus also! announced that ever," he said, "we need musicians -
man (refrigeration and air con tina, for his work with the American Dick Turner, PHAN, NAS Jax, particularly strings, and
ditioning mechanic) first step; i boys during a tour of duty who has had designing experience'I male vocalists for the choir very .
and Thomas Young, automotive there, A. J. Baskerville, DKC, of with the Ballet Community Theatre urgently."
mechanic third step to heavy the Disbursing Office at NATT- of Corpus Christi, Texas, is in I Comdr. Marshall Gatchell, (ret)
duty equipment mechanic third Center has had a permanent trophy charge of the sets for "The Spiritof has consented to be the narratorfor
step. named after him. the Navy" which are being the production. Vicinus added.

Advanced at Security Depart While serving with the Officeof ;- a.Chief .
ment were William Williamson, the Naval Attache in Argentina Pilots Warned Smoking
firefighter (inspector) GS-6 to Chief Baskerville organizedthe
supervisory firefighter (inspector Trail Blazers, a group of 15 May Impair VisionDrop
) GS-7; and William .Roemer, youngsters which now has grownto
guard GS-3 to guard supervisorGS4. 150. t
Sponsored by the American that cigarette, snuff that stogie!
Church of Buenos Aires the group' Two service magazines are warning pilots that excessive smok-
Promoted at Fiscal Departmentwere during 1952,took the place of the ing Impairs visions, through the action of nicotine. The nicotine
Cleavy McCormick, fiscal constricts blood vessels and decreases: the how of blood to the
accounting clerk GS-3 to super- Boy organization Scouts which under was the an former illegal ___.. .. __ ___m_______ ___ eyes, so the writers say.

visory fiscal accounting clerk GS4 political regime. Paskenrllle Approach, the official flight safety organ of the Navy, said
; and Hazel Owens, addressing the Bureau of Medicine and "is concerned with the
Chief Baskerville for the last with his 14-year-old son, Jim, in Navy Surgery
machine and graphotype operator' 20 years has been interested in the Naval Air Station GS-2 to clerk typist GS-3. youth work. During his 15 yearsin Scouts. altitude tolerance. Army Aviation Digest recommends that pilots
In Miscellaneous was Howard the Navy he has assisted in The former Washington State avoid smoking for at least 45 minutes before making night landings.
Geyer, supervisory fiscal account Boy Scout organization wherever College football player is now The Navy magazine complained that most pilots do not rec-
ing clerk GS-4.fiscal department possible. represented in Argentina by the ognize that tobacco acts' in a way similar to alcohol as far as visionis

who was promoted to supervisory He is vice-chairman of the Baskerville Trophy, awarded the concerned. ...
fiscal accounting clerk GS-5 Supply I Muskogee District (North Florida outstanding Trail Blazer each "Maybe if they mixed the tobacco with carrot gratings&: the '

Department ) of Boy Scouts and. active, I year. situation would improve," said one local pilot. ,


I 1

1956 JAX AIR NEWS r Pago

;IY !"'' ,, YVq+kYda'R P} .LJP. > 1KtSFq

? 'e 4.tT! VFP-62, VP-18 UnbeatenIn

,., :e .. !. Mainside T-Grid Play
; : > 'Vc''
.. ,.. .' '.
: '. '
VFP-62 and VP-18 are riding the crest le the only unbeaten

0' squads in the Mainside Intramural Touch Football League with

.': "' <+ $'" '.. if' "''1,.,'$ records of 5-0 and 4-0 respectively
', '., .' VFP-62, defending champion; Graggillia and Jameson combinedonce

\ annexed its fifth straight last more to do all the scoring for

Thursday with an 1812'triumph 172. Jameson hit pay dirt twice.

ever a tough NARTU unit. Tom- Ken Yaspic and George Allen accounted .

my Peterson tallied twice for for the VAH-3 scoring.

VFP-62 with Harley Jones addingthe In other results VAH-3 won on

third,TD. Charley Richenbachand forfeit from VW-4 and Hospital

Lou Belisario each scored a bumped Communications, 2512.

six-pointer for the losers. TOUCH FOOTBU. STANDINGS
the highest WON UXS1' TIFD
VA-172 racked up VFr 82 5 0 0
score of the week with a 32-18 Opc stiona 2 0 1loosiplltal

_______________ f lii Sv ers victory, Ed Graggillia over Fasron and Six.Don Joe Jame My- 2 1 1 2 1Nai1u AV

___________ son scored all the TDs for VA-172, )'a ron II" 1 7:: 0nmmunirations

while Dick Ruff and Don Shirk ( 0 3: 0l'erisonnel

r' i.u.. .__...-- ,.NIl tallied for Fasron Six. viet 0 0 0 2 0 0VA11.1
its second -
VA-172 copped .
COMPLETED AERIAL Patrol Squadron 18's versatile Joe Larue tosses an aerial to end George of the week, this time a 25-
I Martin (extreme right) for a sizeable rain as VP-18 downed NARTU, 33-28. in a stirring Mainside t tory decision VAII-3. Myers, Mai side V-sall
touch grid melee. This pass was needed for VP-H's closing minute rush to the goal line. 18 over
Results of the latest Mainside
-- --
Mailsirfe BIWlilg Intramural Vollyball contests

Fliers Open Cage show a win to VA-172 over Faetu
Week's results of Mainside In-
and Special Services over
Tryouts Monday tramural Bowling: JAX AIR SPORTS rines, both through forfeits.
Oct. 2-O & R beat Waves, 3.1; Fasron 6 took VP-62 in Thurs-
Tryouts for the Jax Navy Communications VA-172 3-
over ,
NLWSSchool day's contest 11.9, 9-7; Faetu forfeited -
Fliers basketball team begin 1; Marines over Personnel, 3-1. to VAH-3 on Friday and

Monday Oct. 15 at Mainside Oct VA-172 over VFP-62, 4- I the Marines forfeited to Special

Gym at 1530.Seventeen. 0; Special Services beat NAMTD Services on Monday.

contests have so 3-1; Dispensary defeated NARTU,
Tuesday's game between Faetu
far been booked for the 1956- on forfeit. AO Climbs To and the Marines was postponed.
57 campaign. The Fliers open Oct. 4-Communications split

Nov. 23 at home against the with Fasron Six, 2.2; Marines TEAM STANDINGS

Orlando AFB contingent. over Faetu, 3-1; Hospital downed Center -Lead 'asron 6 WON 4 LOST. 1.000 PCT

0&R,3.1. .
A-17Z S' 1.00G
Pet. 5-ComFairJax beat VW-4; Held to a 12-12 tie by Aviation Ground Officer School Aces, Nartu S 0 1.00G

Aces, Dueces Lead Faetu beat 0 & R Officers, 3.1; Support Splinters slipped from the top spot in the NATTCenter AII.t Z 0 1.00G

'ren-Pin Pack Fasron 109 decisioned VA-172,3-1. touch football league and their place was taken by Aviation Ord- hospital Z Z .500
Oct. VA-172 shutout Waves
nancemen, lasUyear's. champs. Special Ser, Z Z .500
The Airman School Aces and 4-0; Special Services blanked Dis-
The Blockbusters, with Leon Marine Aviation Detachment VFP.62 2 Z .500
4-0 and Personnel .
the Deuces from Naval Air pensary, ; "W.t 1 1 .500
R Weapons downed FAW-11 3-1. Bruneau scoring on a pass from Ken Somers went around end

System School slid by the Lou Doldo, and Jim Staggers for 12 yards; Ken Werner throughthe Marines 1 S .250
line for 50 and a 20yardpass VAII.3 1 3 .250
first week of the NATTCenter cracking across through the line, ;
Faetu 0 3 ..000NARTU
from Somers to Bob Hinds
bowling league without a defeat. O'Neals Snare defeated Airman School, 12-0, last counted for the Storekeepers' II .

The Missilemen defeated Nav- week. touchdowns. Somers converted

AirWeaps Aces, 4-0, and also shut Doubles Lead SUPPORT SPLINTERS re- one point, and George Kovenichon Atop

out AGO Aces, 40. Airmen Aces ceived a tough scrap from the 'a pass from Joe Richetti, the
By virtue of a sweep over Dan other. Dick Cheveaux's passes to
countedon Links
Ensign Aces. Bill King
downed Airmen Deuces and AGO LoopWhat"
and Joan Varnes Ernie and Clare
a 15-yard run, and then Bob Bixby netted 12 for the Ma
Deuces, 4-0. O'Neal went into undisputed pos Don rines.
Mickey King passed to
session of first place in the NATT- a difference a week t
Other results TIlE MARINES also lost a 20-
: i Bowen for 50 for the Splinters'lscores.
makes. There is a chance that a
AO 3, AE 1; SS 4, Admin. 0; Center mixed doubles bowling Passes to Art McCarthyand 12 tussle to Aviation Ground Officer weekly glance at the standings of

AGO-1 4, AGO-2 0; MAD 3, AK 1; league last Friday. Homer Blythe tallied for the Deuces. Chuck Gordon's two
the Mainside Golf League will
AK 4, SS 0;AE 4, Admin. 0; MAD High set was rolled by "Red" Aces. touchdowns and one by Junior
show different leader.
4 AN-P-2 Greenwood with a 546 and gamesof Roachford counted for the En- a
: NavAirWeaps-1 3
; ,
AO 1.Johnny. 178, 164, 204. Al Hughes had a Meanwhile Aviation Storekeepers signs. Gavin Pes' passes to Bixby NARTU is this week's leader
492 set. Celia DePalma's 407 was stayed up in the running witha netted for the Marauders. with a record of 279. Administration -

DeVito of MarAvDethas high for the women. high-scoring, 20-12 victory over Administration began showing the leader last week, now

high average with a 182, and power after a defeat by Airman finds itself in fifth place.
high series with 559. Johnny Last Friday's results: ComFairJax -
School, 24-8, and bounced back to
J6hnson of Airman Deuces has and Fasron 109 split, 4>/ -4'h;
down Naval Air Weapons, 122.
high single game of 226.NATTCenter Luke Swagerty and Morris Hospital edged VAII-3, 5-4; and

WON Bowling LOST Wallace led the Airman victory, Operations nudged NARTU, 6-3.

ANP Area 8 0 while Don Himes, Louis Black, Jim Kirklighter of Operations
NavAirWeaps Deuce 8 0 turned in the best score of the day
MarAvDet 7 1 and Don Guerra were the Feath.ers'
AK School 5 :.1AE with a 41.Monday's.
School 5 3 aces.NATTCcnler matches showed
AGO Are 4 4SupSpllnters Football
4 4 TEAM WON LOST TIED VAIM defeating Faetu, '.4; Hospital
AO School 4 4 AO Srhool 4 0 1
NavAtrWeapi Ace 3 5 SupS[>l Inters 7 g 1AFSchool I beating ComFairJax, 8-1;
AGO Deuces 0 8 AK School
AN.T Deuce 0 8 2:1: 0NavAlrWeaps cal, 8.1; and VFP-C2 winning by .
Administration 1 i 8 'forfeit over FAW-11, 90. Charley

Electricians Pace ? MarAvDet Airman School 0"t 3 0 0 Douglas of VAIM was low for the

y.awtamw I day with a 41.GOLF.

Cenler Volleyballers Marine Mitlmen Score I STANDING WON LOST rrr.

Aviation Electricians, perennial Nartu ,7V)
Well Ai Green CoveThe Hofcultal! 19 678
champs of NATTCenter intramural VAJI 1 12 : :666
Operations 21's 124 .11.19:
volleyball, remain undefeatedas newly formed Marine box. Administration J1 10 .629Factu :
a result of last week's play. lag team from Mainside made a 21 15 ..583ComFalrJe
I H U .118Jo'alirnn
The second half schedule opens tine showing against the powerful 100J 13'; 13',5u: ()

next Monday. AAU and Golden Gloves runners- 1l2! 15'20 3322JS: :,429Suppy
Iton .1228FAW11
Fiscal .
Last week's results: AE defeated ups from Green Cove Springs 5 22 :.183

MAD, forfeit; AN-P-1 defeated Navy last Friday night, at Green .

AGO-1, 15-0, 15-8; AN-P-2 G Cove Springs.J. Ordnance Linksnien
D. Akins a welterweight
defeated AK, forfeit; NavAir. i
Wcaps.defeated AGO-2, 15-8, 15- t weighing in at 138 pounds and Win 17 Straight
10; AE defeated AN-P-1,15-5,15- Alex Hett, a 145 pound welter-

12; AGO-1 defeated AN-P-2,1.15, weight won bouts in their divisions Aviation Ordnancemcn hold a

15-5, 15.10; NavAirWeaps defeated Bill Phillips, the 190 pound big lead in the NATTCenter Intra-

AO, forfeit; AGO-2 de- light heavyweight and Eugene mural golf league with 17 straight

feated AK, forfeit. 158 pound middleweight ended wins.
their bouts with draws. woy LO c'r
WON LOST ... ".,-;.'..",'.'.. AO School 17 0
NevASrWeeps 8 0 -- WillardRoberts, 170 pound AK! School 131. 41!
8 1 Sterne RoDe of NARTU leaps for lightheavyweight and Eugene NavAirWeaps 11: % 4\\
2 A SLAM ,
AN-P Aces 6 SET UP FOR AGO School ',*
AGO Aces :5 3AN.P 3 a"kill" in action against Hospital a Mainside Intramural Volleyball Rhodes, lightweight, were not as AN-P SchoolSupSpllnters 4 12'
AGO Deuces 4
this action ZI.Uand 4
defeated Hospital ,
Deuces 3 4 League fracas. fortunate, they both lost their
Administration .4 S
AK School<< 2 6 12-7. Games at Mainside are played during the noon hour In MarAvOetAK. 214 t2 >
6 bouts Rhodes by a knockout.
MarAvDet I Mainside Gym, Building 3. School: u IJ110ctober
AO {school 0 8


Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 11 October 1956

OW'TQ GET YOUR ABSENTEE I CNO Hints Of NewType- Depth Charge 1 I

Indication of a "new type charge has been developed. In testing grounds. Specialists la

powerful depth bomb" was words suggesting that the car. measurement of underwater

made by Adm. Arleigh A. rier may have some antisubmarine explosive force from the
Navy's Underwater Explosions
YvTds Burke, Chief of Naval Opera- capabilities, he noted
research division, at the Nor-
tions, when he spoke at the that she will be able to defend', folk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth .

christening of the attack car. herself with missiles, aircraft ; Va., participated in the
rier Ranger. "and with a new type of work.It .
Armed Forces Press Service is issuing state-by-state Informationon Although the CNO did not powerful depth bomb., is now believed that the
absentee voting. Seven states are covered this week as part of the
elaborate on his statement, The Navy participated with Ranger will not rely entirelyon
continuing series. made before 3,000 people assembled the Atomic Energy Commissionin planes and destroyers for
COLORADO Secretary of State, Nashville. Personnel for the ceremony, his tests of an underwater detection and destruction of
Any qualified voter who will be within the U. must have words were taken as a hint atomic charge held in the submarines as have earlier

absent Nov. 6 may vote by absentee the application lit by Oct. 10; that an atomic type depth spring of 1955 at the Pacific carriers. ..

ballot. overseas applicants have until

Members of the Armed Forces, Sept. 1, Stateside ballots will be I
their dependents, and civilians attached mailed! about Oct. 15, overseas, ICELAND FlJHIKfr WCUIW WAS BROUWT 10 AM ABRUPT HALT un VEAL,WIEN
to and serving with the Sept.. 10. Marked ballots must 'IrMfHT. -we nsKwm 'KED m KEIWP) ttnw rwct fbR AID ND+ 16YT 11m
Armed Forces may now send a reach officials by the close of I DIR I D> E PAUl a noteUNITED WIf s.i ...
Federal Post Card application to polls Nov. 6. STATES NAVY'S
3 bdrm. furn. apt. $100. 5148 Ban
the County Clerk, county of resi
Other should
qualified persons
shee Venetia Terrace.
WhaleBangers Inquire
dence. Ballots will be mailed after write the Election Commissioner, 5149 Banshee Bauentine.
Oct. 7 and must be returned by
county of residence, stating pre. 5 rm. hse. 4441 Lexington Ave.
\ 5 p.m. election day. cinct where registered and ad.
EV 8-9806 or EV 9-05H.\ Lamb
Other qualified voters must dress to which ballot should be 4 rm. unfurn. apt. $75. 3684 Hcd-
submit a request for absentee sent. Applications from within the rick St.bdrm. .

voter's ballot, stating residence U. S. will be accepted between 2 furn. apt. 204 River Rd,
address and reason for absence Sept. 27 and Nov. 1; overseas applications'must HERRING 30&I KEMAINO) IDU WHLE Orange Park Andrews.

from the polls, to the County come before Oct. runic OFF THE AirtMPD SCHOOL*m OF KILICK MADE TO WHAUJ wivr ; Upper furn. apt $50. Ortega. EV

Clerk. The time schedule is the 17, Marked ballots must be sent WIN{ RIFUS. 9-3226. Nichols.

same as for military personnel. to officials by registered mall Will share home with eple. 4812
NORTH CAROLINA in time to be received before the San Juan Ave. Daniel.

Members of the Armed Forces, polls close Nov. 6. Sm. furn. apt. Utilities furn. 4633

their wives, and civilians attachedto UTAHAny Wheeler l Ave. EV 9.4275.
and serving with the Armed qualified voter who will be wrrur' WEAPONS WERE BKoutvr n Groves. -
Forces may mail a Federal Post absent from the polls may vote by R PfPTK CllueU, Ot fTSANO MACHINE 4 rm. upper furn. apt. $65. EV 7-

Card application at any time to.. absentee process. (;\. cm sw WUERYtiUKDCD. 4321. 2037 Herschel St. Caldwell -
the Secretary of State, Raleigh, I Servicemen and civilians serving W"AILS DDESTROYt D.AND UNOL UVt9tf1 .

or the Chairman, County Board of with the Armed Forces may i bdrm. C. B. hse. Unfurn. $55.

.Elections, county seat. Ballots will send a Federal Post Card application 9117 6th. Ave., Riverview. RA
be sent out after Sept. 7, and must to the County Clerk, countyof 42406.

be returned by 3 p,m. Nov 6. residence, after Oct. 7. Ballots i Lge. furn. rm.. Avail. Oct. 12. EV

Other qualified persons must will be mailed to voters as soon 80965.. Atlee.
request an "Application for Absentee as possible, and must be returned AINAf OlANUN070NW1NJNiCIPTANt, FOR SALE
Voter's Ballot" from the with accompanying affidavit before \\PfHTlfINa( THE KILLER WHALES wa 3 bdrm. hse. Jacksonville Heights.EV .
Chairman, County Board of Elec. the polls close Nov. 6. FROM THE VALUABLE SPERM' W AUS.E" : ,+ 8-0464 (after 1630)). Merritt
WAS LATER MADE M HONOR WUEKBCR 2 bdrm. hse. Carport. Fum. 4%
tions. The executed applicationmay Other qualified voters must request -
be returned any time after an "Application for Ballot" GI loan, $53 per mo. Lakeshore.

Oct. 7, the datf on which mailingof from the County Clerk, county of :t( EV 72843., Pitts.
ballots begins. Marked ballots residence, after Oct. 7. Ballots will 3 I bdrm. hse. 4% mortgage. Coun-
must be in the hands of officialsby be mailed out as soon as possible, F1SHIM6 WAS$ IIICKL1 KOUWED.WD ,ICfWNWCAFPS nsHrRMsN. ENJOnD vcrr PRolPEKDJSYeAR. try Club Estates. EV 9-0801
3 p.m. Nov. 6. and must be in by Nov. 6. ... after 1600)). Folmar.
I 33' hse. trailer. $1500. 1231.A
OKLAHOMAAny For further information, see
Hancock St. Ext. 8303.
qualified voter unable to your voting officer. I Magee.
reach the polls may use an absen. ALASKA

tee ballot. Any voter who cannot reach the. EM Group ,

Members of the Armed Forces, polls may vote by absentee proc L
civilians and their spouses at. (Continued From Page 1))

tached to and serving with the ess.Members of the Armed Forces preview of headquarters.

Armed Forces may send a Federal may send a Federal Post Card Among the Marine recommen.

Post Card application to the sec, application to the Commissioner, dations were the elimination of

retary of State, Oklahoma City, 'district of residence, before Nov. ( Weekly Feature) gets a salute in "The Girl lie federal excise tax, raising incometax
+ at any time. Ballots will be mailedas 2. Ballots will Left Behind," and rocket planesof ,exemption for members of
"Ed Sullivan
soon as they are available, and of the application, and must After the recent the Air Force zip across the the armed forces to $1500, and exemption ,
must be returned to election offi be returned to the Clerk of the Show" whichcast Charles Laugh- screen in "Toward the Unknown.1 of retired pay from the

cials by 7 p.m. Nov. 6. District Court, place of residence, ton as emcee introducing Elvis Next? tax. '

Other qualified persons may postmarked not later than Nov. 6. Presley, perhaps we can see Ethel Memo to readers of high-class Others included restoration of

apply for absentee ballots by Other qualified persons may Barrymore doing an impersonation literature (comics) Edie pre-war standards to exchangesand

writing the Secretary of State, apply to the above officials by of Marilyn Monroe. Mickey Adams, who has been delighting commissaries; authorizationof
Oklahoma City, at any time. Bal letter instead of using the Federal Mantle Shakespeare's TVers with an impersonation of enlisted personnel to receive
could do Bill
lots will be mailed within the Post Card application.For MM (M) that cash awards for beneficial sug
U. S. after Oct. 7; outside the U. S. further Information see "King Lear.. would fool Ar- .. gestions; the increase of retire.

as soon as available, Marked ballots your voting officer. Wonder how he did it file hur, (see inset), ment credits for time spent over
must reach election officialsby Eddie Fisher recently sang nine has been signedfor seas; increase in trailer allow
7 p.m. Nov. 6. songs on a 15-minute broadcast [ the' role of : : ance; more off-duty educational

SOUTH DAKOTA Eddie musOiave remembered his Daisy Mae in a opportunities; specialist pay for
Any qualified person absent Army training, since they always B'way musical ,. ,,' 0.1i" grades E-3 through E-6; inclusionof

told the fastest human was an .... dental care for dependents in-
from the polls Nov. 6 may use us production o f : :'-;,,;.. ,.i
absentee voting processes. d Army private taking a five-min.. Al Capp's "Li'l} medical benefits; the J6-year retirement -

Servicemen, civilians servingthe aFJ ute break on bivouac. A.bner," ,comingto d ; establishment of uniform -

Armed Forces, and their If you think Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan theGreat schools throughout the
spouses, when absent from South is a name invented White, Way in Y armed forces for dependent

Dakota, may send a Federal Post by some comic, ask Art Linkletter -"autumn. children; and many more.

Card application to the County emcee for NBC's "People Are Short takeson .r tt. summerIn
Auditor at any time. Ballots will Funny." He was born there (July People, Places _,_n, n She Atlantic City,
winters in Florida and at
be mailed as soon as possible, and 17, 1912)) Btllle Burke was and Things. springs
must be returned by the closing three-score-and-ten!' Aug. 7. .Singer MariIt is Nom sailors..

of Nov. 6. has tor-five
polls on Marlowe\ signed
Jan Sterling will star in Columbia's -
Other qualified persons may request more appearances on the Ed Sullivan -
an absentee ballot from the fantasy film, 1984. show DINDo
Story deals with life in regimen-
County Auditor by letter at any So nice. Judy Johnson of the
time. Ballots ,must be voted after tated state-glam-girl Jan's role "
CBS "Robert Q. Lewis Show.
Oct. 22, and returned to officials will be a girl who is forbidden by
before the polls close Nov. 6. government bosses to show the Judy, like so many nice things,)' ( It Now)
TENNESSEEAll comes from Virginia, Norfolk to
"U'WilIH faintest trace of feminine allure.
persons absent from the be exact. At the'tender age of 14 Why wait until tomorrow?

polls Now may vote by absentee HIGH DIVER .: Navy test Uniform coverage The with the band of
pilot John Konrad wears what she was singing Do It Now! Give your donation .
ballot. looks like a diver's helmet, but Armed Forces are getting a fair Les Brown, with her mother act..
+ Servicemen and civilians serv. he's going up, not down. The shake from Warner Bros. First, a and has also to the Navy-Duval Community
ing with the Armed Forces may helmet, designed for high altitude ing as chaperone,
send a Federal Post Card application and supersonic flying, is plug for the Marines in "Battle fronted the bands of Frankie Fund Drive and be a

to the Election Commission, part of a to new protect pressure aviators suit from developed I Cry, then the studio piped i Carle, Jan Savltt, and Sammy proud citizen.

t county of residence, or to the sudden cockpit depressurization. aboard "Mr., Roberts. The Army Kaye.