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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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October 18, 1956


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: : C mmuniiy .Fund' rl "
t Half Of $110,000 ;


PERCENT OF QUOTA cm Fund Goal Now Pledged'
: 0 10 20 30 40 SO 60 70 60 90 GOALK) 20 :

fOMJAIRJAX.% < i :More than half of the Navy: Duval Community Fund'tf

COMNAB .6 ., ,, :" ", 55,, "'J; goal of $110,000 has been pledged, with 51.7 percent now in .

ifAW-11 ";-' \ ,' ,,, hand. camnaimi officials report
'. : -

JMARTDNAAS" > Percentage figures of pledgedand the "over the top" status tho

: :"r i. 'x rt cash donations to the cam- nearest so far being Fleet Air Jax
MAYPORT paign now in its third week con- with 70 With several
percent. .
NARTU I /, : 'i : tinue to show the Marine Air
weeks solicitors
: ;; ; Reserve Training Detachment at yet run, : arc
WAS CECIL .iiiiiiimit ,> -r contacting personnel, militaryor
; ., .the head of the list. civilian, requesting contribu-
: .
HAS JAX iii I J I \' :" : ':" > : ;; :' MARTD of has raisedits
as now tions of from each
one dny's
'''' pay
," '. : / < 'J':$,
MATTC r1 ;.*' ,'>i.'ili,.,' ". v:,' t<<. > Mft; ante to 137 percent of its goal, individual.
>' .' ,<' ," while close behind with 111
f At per-

NAVAL. ,. .. HOSPITAL.. .. :.... .. ,.' .,jr.:, ,, a'*:=.<"* .*'.....''.,:. r "' ,.,,'" ,. .. ,.\#. :..'\:: :;;-s S:: cent, is Naval Air Bases Sixth Moore Monday 20th of this week Fox Terry star
m. .........., ,n"........" ..... .......i.. .., loci..: l ,,..>..>.MMwaMMWN: ': \ ) 10''MhW'V7YtM'w111HOW'S ; Century ,
Naval District. visited the Naval Air Technical
YOUR OUTFIT DOING This master "Scoreboard at Miutin and ,Yorktown rives the I -
latest standings In the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive, which has reached over 54. percept NONE OF THE OTHER com- Training Center and the Overhaul
pledges toward the coal of 110000. mands reporting have approached and Repair Department of NAS

Jax in connection with the cam-

Reserves May =- paign. Handicapped by squalls

and rain, the tour was necessarily

Add curtailed to some extent, but zest
Reg Time
was visibly added to the SOS

JfW-flJ (Show Our Spirit) slogan of the

For Out Pay campaign.

I FOLLOWING contributions of
Service personnel who have flJwiJ
the three commands already listed
five years continuous servicein
are NAS Jax, with 66.5 percent;
the Reserves and who
involuntarily are Vol-14 No 30 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Flo. 18 ,October 1956 Naval Hospital, 58.0 percent; Fleet
may ---- Air Eleven 56.3
add time in the Regulars in ---- -. Wing percent;

computing their severance or NAAS Mayport, 48.0 percent;
NARTU, 44.0 percent; NATTCenter -
readjustment pay, the Comp
Service 32.0 and NAS Cecil
troller General has ruled. Joint percent;
tir Field trailing with 30.0 percent. '

Time in the Regulars, however, Guides Set For SSSil Next week the halfway figures

cannot be used to build up the will be available, and expecta
five years"Reserve duty that establishes -
tions are that more commands:
eligibility for the pay. Medicare Act will either be over the top or at -

LESS-THAN-30-day periods be- least have reached their goals.
Dec. 7 stands out in the minds
tween active-duty tours cannot be PROCEEDS OF the drive will
of all Americans as Pearl Harbor
considered in accruing the five be distributed
to the Community
Day. But this it takes
year on
years' service required for read
Chest-United Fund campaign,
added significance as the day the
justment pay Periods of more which embraces 42 Jacksonville .
new Medicare Act becomes effec-
than 30 days will disqualify the tive. agencies, and the Navy Relief So.
earlier period in determining ciety.

eligibility. For the first six to 12 monthsof
While any amount is acceptable,
These points determining eligi the Act, military dependentswill
donors are encouraged to give tho
bility and for computation of be granted freedom of choice J\: _S full day's pay by thus becoming

\ lump-sum pay were settled in de- between pitals.civilian __ )l __ eligible to win one of three grand .

cision B-128741. I prizes. The 1957 Ford hardtop
closely watched by officials, with
THE COMPTROLLER ruledout + sedan, first prize, was shown on
time on active duty for train each service secretary having authority the station Monday as an escort

ing, but time in enlisted, warrant to prescribe a geographicarea car for Miss Moore. Second and
to be served by a particular
officer or commissioned officer third prizes are a boat, motor and
status can be added together to hospital. If restrictions are placedon WS a t< trailer combination; and a color
later, they be waived in
make up the five years eligibility television set.Effects.
requirement.Time emergency medical conditions. .

for which the Reservist JOINT-SERVICE guides and

already has received severance regulations covering the new pro Of

pay of any kind will be excludedin gram are being worked out for

computing the amount of the all services. Wives and children "IT'S ON ME, MADAM! "- Lacking a bit of paper for an Nor'easierFelt

readjustment pay. admitted to military hopsitals will autograph when Terry Moore, 20th Century-Fox movie star,
still be charged $1.75 a day, the showed up at the Overhaul and Repair Department Monday was -.

same rate as for civilian hospitali- no obstacle to Emmett Rodlfer, AN, of VFP-62. He simply turned Here
zation his back to the charming visitor and got the prized signature on
except that where the total
First Foreign Honor his shirt. Terry kept quite busy during: her impromtu tour, held In The Nor'easter that flooded all
bill is less than $25'that sum will
conjunction with the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive. (See
Student At CenterIs be charged for each admission. story and more photos on pace 5.) Florida Tuesday with a heavy
driving rainfall -
Japanese SailorFor However, previously undis- accompanied by
high gusts of wind, caused
closed fees for civilian hospitalization !- powerto
To Continue off at the Naval Air Sta.
Exchange go
the first time since students may be charged for care
tion, telephone cables
were out
under the Mutual Defense in a private room ((25 percent of -
difference if privacy is needed, of operation, and the Navy Exchange
Assistance program have the entire Service At EM ClubThe Service Station had a
been attending schools at the difference if not
busy time
as cars were drownedout
Naval Air Technical Training needed); of a private
the Navy Exchange will continue to handle the and batteries went dead.
Center, a foreigner was the nurse ( government pays 75 purchasing and
sales of food stuffs soft drinks and beer Public Works first to ba
honor student. percent of charges more than at the new Enlisted Men's was

$100));'admissions for care in con- Club at the Anchorage when it ii completed, it was revealed this effected by the storm, as outside
Lcdr Kukuo Noda, of the
nection with pregnancy; admission week. crews were unable to perform
Japanese,Navy, captured the
their duties and dismissed
for a "non-obstetrical diag- Such were
honors in Aviation Storekeeper a decision was reached for
nosis" in the course of a pregnan. sponsibility entertainment, as soon as they reported at 0730.
through a unanimous vote by the I
School. Lcdr. Noda
at present recreational facilities
cleanliness As
is cy; more than two visits by or toa Board of Governors of the new the storm continued to increase *
attending InstructorTraining and decorum
physician in a maximum periodof of the club's pa- I in severity, the commanding -
School at Training Facilities EM Club in a special meeting. trons.
in the 60 days following delivery; and The Board also announced that officer authorized an early
Training Center
(Please turn to Fare 8, Col. 5) the EM Club would ,assume re- Lt. Charles Madeira, Navy Exchange but orderly dismissal, in staggered

officer, gave complete assurance detachments, of employees '

that the Exchange wouldgo of the Overhaul and Repair Department

"all out" to obtain new equipment in order to prevent

I I Safe Driving Council Established Here]I fullest, and in would making cooperate the Jax to EM the Jacksonville"outright chaos"where in many downtown streets

Club the best on the Atlantic were under water.
Startled by a report of motor posed of the Security Officer, who tions, as well as recommendations Seaboard.The "
0 &
R employees began
vehicle accidents occurring during will act as chairman; the Medical and information. EM Club officials on hand 1430, with others dismissed at
the first eight months of 1956, a THE REPORT MUST be in the for the
Officer Oficer special session
Legal Transportation included 1500 and 1530. Supply retainedits
recommendation made by Charles hands of the Commandant,, Sixth
Officer and Station Safety Kenneth Dunnaway, QM1, presI- employees until 1600.
Able safety engineer, to the exec- Naval 'District, by the 15th of dent; Reginald Boone MM1 -
vice Meanwhile
utive officer of the Naval Air Station Engineer. The latter will serve as every month. electric power was
president; Richard Williams PN1 off for
about three hours in the
Jacksonville, has resulted in recorder and will be
charged The Safe Driving Council will
secretary; and Board members south Mustin Road And
an instruction establishing a Safe with the preparation on a monthly be empowered and urged to invite John Murphy, ADI; John Kozak, crews from the Telephone Com

Driving Council to implement the basis of a report containing representative from all commands PNI; and Jo Willard, YN3. pany worked until dark, and
Automotive Vehicle Safety Pro- minutes of the based aboard the Station to attend
here. monthly meetings, Lcdr.: W. E. Wadsworth is coordinating were at it again at dawn Wednes-
gram analyses of motor vehicle acci- the meetings, to make rec- the planning of the day, restoring disrupted service

The new council will be com dents occurring and traffic viola- ,(Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)). new club due to the heavy rainfall.

4.Nv .

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:' Page Two JAX AIR NEWS.- 18 October 1956 i ij



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Disabling Injuries! Through
Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marino octhltles at Nan Air
, Station Jacksonville Florida Tuesday, Oct. 16
t HAS JaeksesvUUCart. This Month
i William S. Harris .. Commanding OfflterCorodr. : 1
Robert 11. Smith -- -, toecuthe: OfUicr This Year g
t Air JacksostUI Days Since Last
t Rear Adm. Dolbert S. Cornwell -, .... .. CommanderCapt.
S. S. Searcy, Jr. -, L -,- ,-,- ,-, -, L-, Chlet of Stall ----- CAN Lost Time Accident 11
fleet Air Mat Klc.eCnpt. I
Bowen F. McLeod Commander been issuing state-by-state information -
I .' Comdr. T. S. White ?......._......_.............. ...._;......_.___._-. Chief Stall Officer Armed Forces Press Service' has
Natal Air TeehalcaJ TralaUg Crater II on absentee voting. Four states, Alaska and Guam are County Clerk, county of residence .
Capt. Henry C. DeLong .. Commanding Officer either In
- covered in the last of the series. person or by mail
, Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Executive
Written requests should be
.. ...Hospital. . their town clerks. The time sche-
Capt. Itenjamln N. AM Commanding Officer unable to soon as possible. Applicationsmust
;:apt. Marcy Shupp .n.i.--i.i-i.i..u.u.u.-. ; L .. ............ui..... KxicuUOfficer. qualified voter dule is the same as for servicemen. -
NABTU reach the polls may vote by ab- be returned between Oct.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson -- Commanding OfficerComdr sentee process. 22 (Oct. 17 for applicants outside

William E. .Hardy __....._.....,,?.,?-,_......,..?,?,-?-, Executive Officer Servicemen,' civilians serving ARKANSAS the U. S.) and Nov. 5.
Any qualified voter who can-
I The JAX AIR NEWS U published: weekly: at the U. S. Naval Air StaUon. with the Armed Forces, and their
Jacksonville, Horlda, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat senda not reach the polls may vote by Ballots will be mailed after
no expense to the government and In cxmpllanre with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. spouses and dependents may absentee process. Oct. 22 (Oct. 17 to those outside
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Alr'Statlon the Federal Post Card application to
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit anb the Members of the Armed Forces the U. S.) and must be receivedby
U. S. Naval Hospital. the Town Clerk, place of residence -
Service Information Officer -?.- U. Dave Bcescly any time before the elec- may send a Federal Post Card officials. before 6:30: p.m. Nov

Managing Editor- Andrew H. Plancy tion. Ballots will be mailed after application now to the County 6.
Staff Reporter Kathleen Button| Jack Holmes PHI; Nancy Ward, JO3; Clerk, county of residence. Bal-
Robert Aalp SN. Oct. 7, and must be returned by TEXAS
The JAk; AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Scr lee. lots -",ill be mailed after Oct. 7,
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not foe mnclo'fl Nov. 6. Any qualified person who can.
ut rc Nov. 6.
and must be returned by
the written pe rmlwclon of Armed Forces Press Service other Other qualified persons must
matter "wrvlco publications U prohibited out permission of not reach the polls may vote by
Editor JAX Amby apply for an "Official Applicationfor Other qualified voters may ob-
Editorial offices located Main Admlnll: atlon'Dulldlnl. Phone extensions Absent Voter Ballot" from tain absentee ballots from theLeadership absentee process.
1318. 216 and 8164.!
Members of the Armed Forces

may send a Federal Post Card
'Don't Be A Litterbug'"Don'tBeALitterbugl" c d3 application-accompanied
'K'Ys1k A."p4 4t: 3'kRx" by poll

,, .:Er sY: &L:$. .tax receipt, exemption-certificate,

That's the slogan that has been adopted universallyby or affidavit that poll tax receipt

communities who have pndertaken clean-up campaigns.And has been lost-to the County

that is a slogan that could very well be adopted Clerk, county of residence, at any

here at the Naval Air Station, where cleanliness and neat- time. Ballots will be mailed as

ness has always been a byword. soon as possible. They .must be

Down through the years the Naval Air Station has voted between Oct. 17 and Nov. 3:

been known for its neat appearance. Visitors and those returned by 1 p.m. Nov 6.

reporting aboard for the first time have always been !; Other
r qualified
way amazed around at the the base.HOWEVER"neat. as a pin" look as they wend their ; : : obtain ballots in person persons betweenOct. may

17 and Nov. 3, or by mail.
OCCASIONALLY we do get careless
Requests for an "Application for
and sometimes let trash pile up alongside our buildings, an Absentee Ballot Form"'should

we let soft drink bottles accumulate, we let cigarette c1 'cAfi :I be addressed to the County Clerk,

butts fall carelessly on the deck, toss candy or lunch wrap I county of residence, before Sept

pers along the street, nonchalantly flip a paper cup into : : \. ar.{ i.W1u. 22. This application' must be re
the gutter. rs hg2 I turned-together with 15 cents

Imagine what would happen if we were all to get so and either poll tax receipt, exemption

careless. In time that "neat as a pin" look would disappearand IL certificate, or affidavit

you would have something resembling the fairgroundsafter that poll tax receipt has been lost
.,,... ... ....,,
it had closed down for the season. 4?; >:w: =:a. .r..srzm. -In time for ballots to be sent

WE CAN ALL BE mindful of the old adage "an ounce HONOR ENSIGNPresentedhis out, voted (between Oct. 17 and

of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Follow the simple diploma by- Comdr. Edward Nov. 3) and returned to officialsby

rules of cleanliness, which are akin to courtesy Put ?" Bishop, executive, Ensign officer Jack ofNATTCenter 1 p.m. Nov. 6.NORTH .

that soft drink bottle back in the rack ; toss that paper cup Futterman was the honor student
in the trash can; throw that cigarette butt into the butt EmphasizedToAGO in the 24th graduating DAKOTA

can; dispose of heavy trash into the Dempster Dumpster; class from Aviation.Ground Officers Any qualified person who can

wad up that loose paper and toss it into the nearest waste Class School last Friday. not reach the polls .may vote by

paper basket.CAG4 absentee process.
and importance of leadership in
Emphatically and succinctly Servicemen, civilians serving
the U. S.
Surgeon WEEKEND TIDE Capt. William Harris, commanding Navy. with the Armed Forces, and de-

i officer of the Naval Air Sta- His address, "Responsibilities oi pendents residing with them may
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
send a Federal Post Card applica-
Performs Friday 7:22: 7:39: 12:54: 1:25: tion, told 103 graduating Ensigns Junior Naval Officers, was de- tion to the County Auditor, coun-

Surgery Saturday 8:02: 8:20: 1:32: 2:07: from Aviation Ground Officers livered last Friday in King Hall ty of residence after Oct. 7. Bal-

School at the Naval Air Technical as the 24th class from AGO lots will be mailed about Oct. 16.
8:44 9:03 2:54
Sunday : : : 9:48:
Aboard SaratogaABOARD Training Center, the value School was being graduated.NAVY'S Servicemen may return them up

to Nov. 26; all others must have
.rilE tri-dimensional
THE USS SARA- ballots in by Nov. 6.
Navy-air, surface and undersea
TOGA-The Navy's first Puerto 'AlftOSS CROSSWORD PUZZLE -today defends the Freedom of Other qualified voters must request
['t t .. I' 1
Rican flight surgeon recently ft-Obtalned I r" the Seas and 52 Nations throughout an "Application for an Ab-

participated in a full-scale surgical Repasts 4! I'N I the world are dependent upon sent Voter's Ballot" from the

operation in the ultra modern I-,Emerre4.victorious. .. /j In the U. S. Navy for this freedom. County Auditor, county of residence
11-Swlas river Wi' after Oct. 7. Ballots will
operating room aboard the USS 13Precinct14Reverencer ,,1'//t) "As junior officers, you and'the be mailed on the same scheduleas
Saratoga, world's largest and IS-Ermines >' ""l'/ men for whom you are re-
Gathered' y J 3! a I for servicemen, but they
most powerful warship. Caoutchouc sponsible, bear an important role be returned by Nov. 6.
I.tO-Oem tree welch 1J : tJt .. in this doctrine, whether in war .
He is Lt. Caleb Gonzalez. II-Native x- or peace.
Egyptian u / n t V/ '" Some Still Have Not
Doctor Gonzalez was a memberof U-Symool // v/ 'The
tantalum I.' ,. : attitude and response of
the first class to be graduated 14-Scoft your men reflects your own lead. Claimed Polio RefundsSome

from the School of Medicine of 17 25Unitelectrical-Before of.) r ''II "'l"l'/'It! // : : : ership. I feel that with you young Personnel wh<-had paid

the University of Puerto Rico, power Ifa officers, and your varied special- for salk vaccine polio shots for

and received the award for the SO-Low. fcaavy :- ''It s- ties in this rapidly expanding their dependents in the Navy's

outstanding student in surgery. cart ** .' scientific age, that the future of program of inoculation back in
SI- gods
U-Unit of 51 [ n .h.. 112 w your Navy is secure." the spring of 1955 have not
The doctor attended the Navy'sSchool electricalIntensity'
of Aviation Medicine at .Conjunction: (pi.) AFTER AN invocation by claimed their refunds, accordingto

Pensacola, Florida, where he re- J4=Lampreys .....=.1 S. Comdr. Marvin Stephenson, Capt Special Services.

ceived training qualifying him as J SI...Waiter Silkworm Harris was introduced by Comdr. The refunds were made when

Flight Surgeon. At Pensacola, he I -boards NanW, Rat f DOWN II-III nlcknam musk hUhM-BabyJonlan JJ-flhowjr tower Edward Bishop, executive officerof the Navy made the vaccine avail-

was among the first group of ,U-l'rlntu.1i Aeriform fiud! 18-smooths by u deity NATTCenter. able to dependents free of charge.
measure *- S Oralni... rrlndlnf >(-fecond of twt
flight surgeons to 'make a solo 41-Church servlc group of 10-Ono'whoItadlnage Ensign Jack Those who have not picked up
in 4J Rlnflns' ; token performer* provides and -Move furtively Futterman was the NAS
flight a Navy plane. their refunds contact
41 Prohibit r -Partner serves food 41-Small rue honor student of the class and can
Animosity .-Printer's } 81-Gives ?p. .t- one loci Special Services Building 930.
Flight Surgeon Gonzalez is cur ,"Colonls* measure (pi) M-Day window 41 Articles. of Ensign Thomas McDonald received ,,
It-Natlr* metal -Hebrew month it-Alad l rurnltur* the .
rently serving with Carrier Air II-HelJM'4 Capital of 1 Penili-MHirates 4 -Jvmp Recognition Award.
Group Four, a unit of Fleet Air It-QocId... ef -HeavenlySf' -Indian ( T- itch' WEATHER OUTLOOK
*eaung bodies peasants 4 The 25th class: will and
Jacksonville, which is conducting IS-ThrouthM Spendthrift f-Van'Vnams FaleehooA. convene Friday-Partly cloudy)
-la aware of |s wB. doe (abbr.) -IJltt., veuh October 29 for eight weeks with
flight operations on the shake /t-TUngs, fn raw .-Man'4 1 Decorate 4-Note of tear December 21 as the
down cruise of the USS Saratogain graduating Saturday-Fair and warm.

Cuban waters. (Answer on Pare 9, Col. 1)) date. Approximately 118 Ensignsare Sunday-Nice weather. Sameas
for the next class. Saturday.

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18 October 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page

r -VW-4- VAH-3, Fasron Six Report / 'r Jt 1

'r rl

___: 11'r Scouting qu nS


The past week wasn't much of With the arrival of a new A3D-

an exciting week for the Hurricane 1 last Friday, VAH-3 began an 'i j

Hunters although there wasa active week. Another new plane ')
slight disturbance in the Car- followed the first during the 1

h ibbean. Lt. J. A. McTammany and week, and when VAH-1 loaned

his crew investigated the area and the squadron one, VAH-3's air- ,
found no evidence of a circulation. craft total went up three places. \
Attention to All Hands of VW- In the midst of all this activity, !

4t! An All Hands Annual End of Lt. Henry Dement and Lt. Warren -

the Hurricane Season Dinner Hoeller were promoted to

a 4; party and dance is to be held on Lcdr.
November 30. This party will
New arrivals this week include
take at the Woman's Club
two AEAN's from the AE School,
of Jacksonville. Don't forget this
NATTCenter Jax. Also coming
date November 30.
a n ,
aboard this week were Patrick
A new center of attraction in Kcar, AQl, and Harold Hocnow,
Lt. Alfred N, Fowler's householdis AE2.

their new 5 pound, 15 ounce
daughter, Janine Lynn. Janine Three old timers have returned i

was born at the Naval Hospitalon from the third crewman school at i

October 7, 1956. NAS Sanford including Warren
Shelton, ALt, Robert Ballard, 1
into the
SPIRIT OF TilE NAVY REHEARSAL The cast has been chosen and rehearsals are in progress New men that reported
AD2 and Ralph Lord, AD3. Another
for the presentation the Navy's anniversary pageant "Spirit Of The Navy" Oct. 27-28 at King Hall. squadron this past week are: En-
I The scene being: rehearsed here, in Building 912, takes place In a submarine in the South Pacific dur sign Thomas Twiggs; Richard Sanford student Lt. Robert
Inr; World War II. Left to right are Jack Newman, AN, Fasron Six, as the helmsman; Comdr. Odin Mobley, AA; Peter Della Denna, Field, Personnel Officer, took
MacPhee, 0 & R, as a Quartermaster; Tom Lucet, AN, Fasron Six, as the radarman; Lt. Ken Knolzen, AA John time off from Plane Commander
of NATTC, as Lcdr. Schade of the USS Growler; and Charles Vicinus, SA, of VF-173, director. AA; Lee McClellan, ; School to visit the squadron last
Bolton, AA; Ronald Luttrell, AA; .

Interest In 'Spirit Of Navy' Show James Cain, AA; Richard Ortiz, Saturday. (
r AN; Warren Wade, PH3; Roger Among I losses arc Arthur I

Second Performance Oct. 28 Christianson, EFAN; Paul White, Raney, AMI, and Richard Van
AN; Richard Johnson, AN; Ronald Dinter, AO3 who are in thp Hos

Mounting interest in the "Spirit of the Navy historical pageant Paul, AN; Howard Lezotte, pital. Roy Tackett, AK3, left us

of the U. S. Navy, has resulted in plans for a double presentation of AA; Glenn Poole, AN; and Joseph for separation this week.In .

the show l in King Hall at 2000 the nights of Oct. 27 and 28. Romano AN.
Going back to civilian life arc intramural volleyball hit

With seating capacity limited to tance given by George Gray, AA, William Griffith Jr., PH2; Karl week, Administration won over

Librarianfor I 1500 in the NATTCenter auditorium I of VW-4; J. P. Knickenbocker, Lobato, AN; and J. B.Clancy, AN.. the opposition of the Junior Offi.
(Prepared by NATTC the numbers of Naval personnel
AA, and U.( T.Winton, AA,of O&R. cers; Air Frames over Material,
libraries in the )
all Navy area active, reserve and retired and Line Crew over Electronics,
Famous Ghost Stories: Between and wives who have CHARLES VICINUS, TAD Garden Circle Sets
Dridie Murphy and the coming shown their desire to see the per- from VA-173 while he acts as director .

Hallowe'en season, we think it formance, prompted the show's for the show, says that at Fasron Six
time for a list of spine tinglcu. managers to repeat it. least 20 more vocalists would be Opening Meet Friday Last Friday Fasron Six saw the

This collection, by the inimitable welcome to swell the choral release to the Naval Reserve of
Original plans called for only Mrs Henry C. DeLong will present -
Bennett Cerf, is a good starting groups that provides much of the the following men: Wayne Ram-
performance to celebrate the a on "Bonsai Miniature
one program
point.Devil. background. Instrumental music sey, AM3; Robert Sowers, AN;
I Trees" at the opening meetIng
Navy's birthday anniversary on
And Daniel Webster: A is practically set, with arrange- and Anthony Cook, SN. Cook was
Saturday\ Oct. 27. of the Naval Air Station Gar
story which has become folk lore ments made by members of the one of the more capable life
den Club at 0930 tomorrow ir
1 in our literature is spiced with all TICKETS ARE BEING made Navy Band from original scores guards at the Mainside pool.
1 the suspense and humor expected available to all commands aboard which required a more varied assembly Building 751.
Mrs. J. J. president,,,
McKinstry, The following reported aboard
Station Jackson instruments than is
l in tales by the master story teller, the Naval Air of
requests that all members come! for duty last week: Rufus How
Stephen Vincent Benet. ville and to NAS Cecil Field, NA- available here. .
Ulitlie Spirit: As a play it was AS Mayport, and the Naval Sta- The cast has learned lines and"business" prepared to answer roll call by ill, AQ2, from Factulant, NAS
naming the state flower of their Norflok William Walsh GF1
movie hilarious tion Green Cove Springs. They and is ; ;
delightful, as a now occupied
home states. Dues for the
I. year James Potter GF1 Gordon Carpenter
and for reading it is tops. The will be provided on a prorata with polishing up the final pre this time., ; -
also will be payable at
AN and Robert Smith
: ,
basis to all commands for distri-
whowon't Rehearsals
gay, sophisticated ghosts sentation. are being
This is the second in which,
I year from VF-174, NAS Cecil Field.
stay buried create scenes bution. held daily at 1400 in the Mainside
the Garden Club has been active. Ensign George Ralston, Jr., and
for everything from a giggle to a I been Theatre. :
Historic costumes
Affiliated with Garden Club of, Ensign William Clause, Jr. from
guffaw. Available in several collections procured from a costume house in All that is needed now, outsideof Jacksonville, it now has 45 mem NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, together -

of plays. Haverhill, Mass., including John the 20 vocalists, is a few ex- with Ensign William El-

On Borrowed Time: Another Paul Jones' well-known tricorn, perienced makeup artists. Anyone bers.Hostesses for the opening meet dred from NAS Pensacola, Fla.

story which made an excellent knee breeches, buckled shoes and having this experience is asked to ing are Mrs. Ralph D. EttingcY,, Comdr. Frank Beck reported
play. Humorous but poignant situations sword. get in immediate touch with Vici- Mrs. Charles Bcaumcistcr, Mrs.
aboard for two weeks familiarization
make it a very different The sets, too, are constructedand nus or Lt. Dave Becslcy at extension Harold Riveland, Mrs. II. Dale: with the Fasron prior to his

type of reading. now ready to be_ painted. 272 or 656. Allen and Mrs. Elton L. Knapp. taking command of Reserve Fas-
Brief Candles: Two men and a Eight in all, the sets range from Orleans
ron-822, New La.
monkey slither through ludi the interior of a submarine to the

crous situations created by their interior of an 1812 bar. They were i

habit of disappearing into thin built by Jim Rohrbacher, ADAN,

air. That monkey just has no from designs by Dick Turner, College Credit

controll Incidentally the settingsare PHAN, of NAS Jar, with assis-
modern Europe but these Courses Draw

three characters died i in the a w xtyt4 ?

1870's. DDTDig High.Interest

Supernatural Stories: Probablythe High interest was shown in
most intriguing of all collec the organization classes of

tions, especially if you like a gen Florida State University and
erous touch of the gruesome with ( Deep Today) University of Florida exten

your horror stories! i : fdr r'e
sion courses offered by the
Six Novels Of The Supernatural Don't wait for your Education & Information De

: These are older stories which shipmate or neighbor to i partment at the Naval Air
have stood the test of time for f Technical Training Center.

appealing to the reading public. give. Be proud and Dig : Between 35 and 40 persons,
Among other older ones which to civilian and military, attendedthe
make good second reading (a rare Deep Today for that do opening of the English

thing when the suspense of the classes last night in Building
unknown ending is the lure!) are nation to the Navy-Duval '"

Foe's Tales. Remember the Fall 501.The same number also was
Fund Drive
Of The House Of Usher? An eerie Community expected to join the Dasic

tale if ever there was one. for 1956 Mathematics class tonight in

Eddie And The Archangel Mike: Building 501 at 1900. If enough

The Faustian lore must have inspired persons are interested a classin
this modern tale in a now out of print but available in "Algebra for Teachers" also

lighter vein.Screaming. some of our libraries. lI'u/__......__...__ .... 1:4': ___ will be conducted.
Ghost: Tales which Christmas Carol: We know LITTLE MARINE Mascot of the Company Commanders at Next week is the final one
many people living today will tell Marley's ghost will never cease Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter is Richard Morgan Jr., for registering. Classes meet
you are true. The evidence is pre- to fascinate readers and listeners FM, (future marine), who poses,with the commanders. Front row once a week for two and a half
sented so that you can almost de with or without the glamour of (left to right) are T/Sgt. Richard Morgan Sr. and S/Sgt Jack hours, for 16 weeks. The
it, and be ina Sawyer. Back row (left to right) T/Sgt. William Pas; S/Sgt.
cide for yourself. Different versions Christmas. Try now Thomas Hanrahan; T/Sgt. Ed Slvicky; T/Sgt. Sam Griffin. Not courses are the same as one
of several of these storiesare mood for early Christmas shop- shown are T/Sgt. Huffman Volentine, S/Sgt. Ralph Morales S/Sgt. college semester for credit.

...In Ghosts That Still Walk, ping. Otto Schense, SSrt.VlIliam Lyons; and T/Sgt. Wayne Gardner

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Pago Four JAX AIR NEWS 18 October 1956

Medic DeliversK 10 StationsTo

of C AddressComdr.

Richard Martin, flight 1r1rr5w Check
surgeon and executive assistant ,' o

medical officer of NAS Jax, delivered ... Satellite
\f t':::
the principal address at .,. 555 _
the monthly meeting of the Ponce 'II" C. ", S d." .,.. .. ? The first radio tracking stationto
chart the travels of the
:: earth
DeLeon General Assembly of the
satellite scheduled for
Knights of Columbus held yester- launchingnext
July has been establishedat

day.Dr. Blossom Point Md.
Martin's talk, "The Flight L1 i

Surgeon-Family Doctor to the :_' The Navy said the station, located .

Pilot," was enthusiastically re I! ) :: .. 40 miles south of Washing.ton .

ceived.On. ti is one of 10 planned during
OFF the International GeophysicalYear

1 for operation by Project

!t.ftb Vanguard scientists of the Naval

-: f 1Y Research Labbratory here.

n a3 the path of the satellite to be

rocketed into space from Patrick

AFB, Fla., will be setup at San- .
Saturday, October 31, the tiago and Antofagasta, Chile; An.
CPO Club will feature its annual
con and Lima, Peru; Quito, Ecua.
Halloween Dance. The dance will dor Rio Panama
; Bata, ; Havana,
be a costumed affair with favors Cuba Ft. Stewart Ga.
; ; Antigua,
distributed to all those in attend-
British West Indies, and San Diego
ance. In addition prizes will be California.
awarded for the best costumes.
The MarNav E-7 ToastmastersClub RING OUT THE NEWS First returns of the Naval Air Technical Training Center's part In the TilE BLOSSOM Point installation
Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive are rung out by Lcdr. Harriet Coxen, co-chairman of the drive at .
of Toastmasters International the Center. Right is Comdr. Luther Miller, co-chairman, with Lt. Col. Robert Porter, (left) of Marine to be known as the Mini-
composed of chiefs and master Aviation Detachment Posting a rocket is Tom Hayden, BM3, of the First Lieutenant's Division. Avi- track Test Facility, will be used
sergeants, meets every Thursdayat ation Ground Officers School had passed the halfway mark after the first returns were in. in testing instruments for the

1130 tot luncheon in the Club's tracking systems and to train

ballroom. All E-7's who are interested crews for the other' stations.
in becoming a toastmaster $210 Million NSL.I Policy

are cordially invited to attenda Vanguard engineers and technicians -

meeting. Membership is limited. in Maryland now are run
Prospective members are advisedto Dividend For 5 MillionThe ning trials on the 13-ounce Mini-

attend track transmitter, which has a
a as soon as
possible.The first dividend in 25 years will be paid in 1957 to policyholders potential broadcast range of more

Club features its special 45- of five-year term U. S. Government Life Insurance (USGLI), than 4,000 miles. -

cent luncheon from 1130 until which originated in World War I, Harvey V. Higley, Administratorof (Personnel' are invited to visit Initial tests of this minute instrument .

1300, Tuesdays through Fridays. Veterans Affairs notified V. S. Parker, Manager of the Pass-a- the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 that will send signals
West Monroe St. The club is open back from the satellite to the
Volunteer workers of the Ladies Grille VA Regional Office.

Aid, Grey Ladies and like organizations !- Higley also announced a $25- from 0900 to 2230 daily.) tracking stations "indicate a high
said, will receive an increase of Thursday, Oct. 18-2000; Game degree of'efficiency and reliability -
are cordially invited to
000,000 increase in the regular annual -
more than 13 percent in their Night. i to the
according Navy
partake of the Club's special 1957 dividend for some 5-
luncheon. of National 1957 dividend checks while others Friday, Oct. 19-2000; Surprise (AFPS) .
000,000 policyholders will receive less than 13 percent.The program nite.Sa.turday .
Service Life Insurance (NSLI)
higher age groups will get Oct. 20-Girl 1 Of
which originated in World War most of the under 13 percent in- Month dance, NAS orchestra, Pilots Set
Ih He said this dividend will
rcase. / semi-formal, formal.
amount to $210,000,000 comparedwith
bY Sunday, Oct. 21-1000; Morn-
The only GI Insurance policyholders -
$185,000,000 for 1956, and
ing coffee hour; 1045, Go to New Mark ForRoundTrip
that policyholders will receive who will not share in the
church; 1730, Vespers; 2000, free
proportionately larger suns. 1957 dividends are those who movie.

THE FIRST DIVIDEND in 25 have the nonparticipating post- Monday, Oct. 22-2000; Games. HopThe

years to USGLI term policyholders Korea NSLI term and permanent Tuesday, Oct. 23-2000; Work

will be paid out of the total plans. The law under which those Shop nite.
record for the. crosscontinent -
1957 USGLI disbursement of $26- policies> are issued prohibits the Wednesday, Oct. 24-2000;
round trip flight has been
000,000 for both term and per- payment> of dividends. Party nite.
broken by three Navy pilots who
manent plan policies. The term
flew from San Diego to Long Island -
policyholders> numbering about
and back in an elapsed time
20,000 will receive approximately
of 10 hours, 43 minutes in F9F8
$1,000,000, and the permanent
plan policyholders, numbering Cougar jets.
The previous record, set May
approximately 330,000 will receive -
the remaining $25,000,000.The 22,1955, was 11 hours, 27 minutes,
k a Q ox. f ''r National
; by a California Air
ry last dividend I paid to
rt Guard officer flying an F86A
USGLI term policyholders was Sabre-jet. He flew from Los An-

disbursed in 1932. Up until recently 3 ,' 9t g xty h i geles to New York and back, a

the mortality and disability distance of 5085 miles.

experience among these term Comdr. G. A. Robinson, 38, and

policyholders has not been good Fighter Squadron 144 fellow pilots -

enough to warrant the payment Comdr. Donald Mitchie, 35,

of a dividend. However, the con- and Ens. Ronald K. Hess, 24, bet-

tinuing good trend of recent tered the old record on Oct. 6, fly- .
apt years has made it possible to paya
ing 4924 miles with refueling
L ii
dividend on this plan for the
stops each way at Olathe, Kan.
first time in 25 years, he ex
and at the Bethpage, Long Island
plained. Any such future dividend
turning point.A .
will depend on a continuation ol
a favorable mortality rate. fourth pilot, Ltjg( ) HaroldF.

nmm__ Beers, 24,stopped at Bethpage
TilE DIVIDEND will amount; BEE due to fuel trouble. The
AROUND HONEY Three "Bees" reenlisted tank
to an average of 20 percent Of the! time In the Navy and this week one
ta svr began new hitches in the Service flight was described as a naviga-
p premiums these 20,000 USGL I at NATTCenter. Lcdr. Sheldon Corner, Personnel Officer, swears tion training mission.
term policyholders are paying a1 t In (left to right) James Bons, AD1! Walter Bowen, AEC: and .
AH LA BELLE FRANCE present. Each term policyholdeiis Merle Boober, A01. They received a total of nearly $4,000 for re-
We don't care how fOfylt gets enllstlnr.
in London-town. Through the being notified by letter. 1

mist, in the forthcoming World The total $26,000,000 dividendto

Beauty Contest, appeared this be paid in 1957 to both tern: Center MPO Boasts Record PDQ
face and form. They belong to and permanent USGLI policy,
Mademoiselle Genevieve Salare, .
20, who represented her coun- holders is $2,000,000 higher thar
Of ReenlistmentsWith
try as Mile France. the $24,000,000 disbursement for I (Pay Day Quota)
The Naval Air Reserve ptotects nearly 90 percent reen-

your country's security and as a THE REGULAR annual NSLI listments since January 1, the age of .$81.Personnel. If you haven't already givento

member of the Naval Air Re- dividend of $210,000 for 1957 rep- Military Personnel Office at whose time for reen- the Navy-Duval Community -

serve you are protecting your resents a 13 percent increase over NATTCenter this week had listment is near are urged
future security through the Na- the 1956 dividend of $185,000,000and shipped over its 171st enlistedman John Croke, PN3, reenlistment by Fund Drive, remember to

val Reserve Retirement plan therefore will result in an according to Lcdr. Sheldon yeoman, to report to the Personnel give the next 'pay day and

Give your buddies on the outside average 13 percent increase in Corner, Enlisted Personnel Offi- Office 10 days prior to their

the word and bring them on the dividend payments to both term cer. discharge date so that medicaland contribute your quota. Sup-

inside to future retirement secur and permanent plan policyholders During the same period only 23 personnel processing may be port your Navy Relief and 42

ity. Do It Today Recruit a Parker explained. were discharged or released to completed by the time the target

J Buddy! Some NSLl policyholders, he inactive duty, making a percent- date occurs. needy agencies.r .

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WHITE HAT AUTOGRAPH-These two men were the first to
Moore during her visit Monday to the
corner Hollywood's Terry ,
., ,. .
Fund Drive.
NATTCenter rally for the Navy-Duval
ON BEHALF OF DRIVE Getting: down to the main business of her visit to the Naval Air Seaman Louts Black forgot his receipt for the Fund Drive, but I
Station aiding: In the Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive Terry Moore, Hollywood star, assists Terry oblingly autographed his white hat. "I'll never wash that hat .
Margie Brietmoser (left) solicitor, sign up Marion Garrett, while another prospect promises a day's again," Black said. Marine pre Gerald Bienvenu waits to have his .
pay in return for the famous autograph. textbook autographed.

Terry Moore Scores Hit Per Diem Raise

In sN > PN 2 A For Men In Six
Monday's AppearanceGusts

Overseas AreasNew
of wind and heavy rain failed to dampen the spirits of \: > jr'

military and civilian personnel at the Naval Air Station Jacksonvilleand and more generous station

Naval Air'Technical Training Center where movie actress Terry Vii' per diems rates will be collectedby

Moore was "guest starred" Monday in connection with the Navy ,4 servicemen and their familiesin

Duval Community Fund Drive. seven overseas countries as

Met at the main gate by a blue civilian employees had been waiting Joint Travel Regulations Change
and white car that will be given main for her 52 become effective.
at the entrance
away at the,end of the fund drive, arrival. Amid the usual movie The countries are Indochina,
.tity Indonesia I Sweden, Canada,
Terry, her agent and her mother star's hubbub of hand-shakers and
were driven immediately to the autograph seekers, Terry visited Chile, Finland and Ireland. The
new rates are:
Administration Building, N A S
the many shops, inspected the assembly -
Indochina-Vietnam (except Sai
where welcomed -
Jacksonville, she was
line where the big aircraftare enlisted
William S. Harris gon-both) officers and
by Capt. ,
overhauled went in.
being on
commanding officer. men get $1.10 a day subsistence,
J to the new helicopter hangar and
without de
no quarters money
ESCORTED TO HIS private Office wound up helping Rex Whiddon, pendents. Enlisted men with dependents .
Terry was shown a display assistant chairman of the fund draw $2.35 and officers

of miniaturejet, aircraft of recent campaign, send the 0 & R there $3.20 for subsistence. In Saigon
models and confided to Capt.Harris -
mometers rising as pledges were
rates are the same except all
that she not only had her own made by those crowding aroundfor
grades draw $1.50 in quarters
pilot's license but had flown in a
a good view
without dependents and $4.00
jet.The TERRY, WHO is in Jacksonville 4. a (enlisted) and $5.50 (officers)
next stop on the tour was for a personal appearance in con Lfkr with dependents.

at NATTCenter where she attended nection with the opening of her >R ta INDONESIA-No quarters per

a fund drive rally at King new movie, "Between Heaven and .... .. .. . .. diem paid, enlisted men draw 45tf) .
''''- -- -- --
-" '
Hall. From there she was takento Hell," at a local theatre, braved subsistence without dependentsand
the NAS Overhaul and Repair the weather like a real trouper in SHE KNOWS AIRCRAFT Having her own pilot's license, 501 with, officers 55, without,
and already experienced a jet flight, Terry Moore, 20th Century-
Department where hundreds of order to visit the Station and chat Fox star, tried hard to get a good look at overhauling proceduresat 70, with.
with Navy men and civilian em- the Overhaul and Repair Department. But who wanted to look Sweden-Both officers and en.
Streamlined Glass ployees alike. at aircraft when Terry herself was on display? Crowding around listed draw 401 subsistence and
for autographs and pulps civilian employees at 0 & R keep the
without .
diminutive blonde actress 901 quarters dependents.With
movie star busy, and it appears, entertained.
Lists 20 GradsFirst appeared as natural and unassum dependents, both draw $2.25

ing as the "girl next door," and (drama): Richard Baschart, Mary subsistence, enlisted get $1.25
of the streamlined classesof her graciousness went over big caIID: Murphy. quarters and officer $1.70. J\

Aviation Electrician's Mate with the Navy. Friday, October 19 Canada (except Ft. Churchill) I
School Class A will be graduated Mainside Johnny Concho -retains the old $11 travel per '
Friday, October 26, in brief cere- She presided over a luncheon Thursday, October 18 (western): Frank Sinatra, Phyllis diem rate. Ft. Churchill drops to i
attended officers, campaign Cha Cha Cha Boom
monies in the AE Hangar, Building by Kirk. $9.00.
523. helpers, chairmen, and enlisted (musical): Stephen Dunne, Alex CHILE-Except for three areas
Cha Cha
NATTCenter -
Approximately 26 AEM's (Avi personnel, with gay-good-nature. Talton. listed separately, Chile pays no,
Boom (musical): Stephen Dunne,
ation Electrician Mates Mechanic) The goal for this year's drive, NATTCentcr Fort Afrique quarters money and $1.50 for enlisted
and 13 AEI's (Aviation Electrician including all commands based at (color mystery): Pier Angeli, Alex Talton. men and $1.90 for unaccom

Mates Instrument) will be NAS Jacksonville, Cecil Field and Phil Carey. Hospital Fort Afrique (color panied officers in subsistence..
graduated. NAAS Mayport, is $110,000. Hospital Finger of Guilt mystery): Pier Angell,Phil Carey. $1.75 and $2.40 with dependents. -

,..,, y ,, .a ..a.A Saturday, October 20 The three separate areas arc
MVwwaa wrorwwxr Mainside Great Locomotive
Antofagasta, Santiago and Val
Chase (drama): Fess Parker.
paraiso, all of which pay slightly
NATTCenter Johnny Concho
varying amounts.FinlandStation.
(western): Frank Sinatra, Phyllis rates without

Kirk. dependents are $1.60 for subsist
s k' a c Cha Cha Cha Boom
r y Hospital ence for all grades. Quarters rates
S5. (musical): Stephen Dunne, Alex
I are 60, for enlisted men, $1.10 for .
; .S Talton.
Kiddie Matinee Ireland-Unaccompanied rates

Saturday, Oct. 20,1400 drop in some areas, family rates 1
1 S tN Mainside Law Of The Lash
? ? increase. Enlisteds draw 401 for
(western): Lash LeRue. Also Dog food, 25, for quarters alone and j

House (comedy). officers draw 50t for each."With ,

Movie Hours dependents, enlisteds draw $2.95 '

__ Mainside 1800, 2000. 1400 also subsistence and 754 for quarters, ,

!/ on holidays and weekends. officers $4.00 and $1.00. N
NATTCentcr 1400, 1800, and, '
'LJV y 2000 daily. Indigestion is the failure to adjust

y.M' k Hospital 1900 only. a square meal to a round
S y
My served.turkey for din- i'

? ner and all the guests were The tombstone read: HERE

....__.m._......._._... tickled. She forgot to take off the LIES AN HONEST MAN AND A
"'jff '1\ "':",,,,,;,,,, "". *
evidence In the form of oversized Insignia indicates the feathers. LAWYER.
VF-Ul PROMOTIONS\ AT SEA Graphic and crew of Jacksonville Fighter Squadron 171 to three of "Times must be bad," said a
size by the pilots
of offered
Its congratulations Richard executive officer, promoted to Lcdr.; Virgil Moore The Navy is full of willing visitor to the cemetery. '"I see
members. Left to right are
Jr., promoted to Lt; Comdr William Laliberte, skipper,rommlsslon.official congratulator The scene:took and place LtcJr( aboard) Charles the people. Some willing to work and they're putting them twt in a
Bostwick, who Is congratulated on reeelvlnr his regular others willing to let them. grave." 1
carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) somewhere at sea. 1

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 18 October 1956

GCA Unit 17 Logs .


65,000th Flight _

Ground'Control Approach Unit 17 (GCA-17)) at NAS Jax
has logged its G5,000th landing since beginning operation in
The 65,000th landing was madeat
1400 last Thursday, Oct. Jl, strument radar system by which
by Lt. Earl Pearce, of Fighter aircraft are "talked down" to 1I A
Squadron 31, flying a TV-2 jet. safe landings during instrument f
Pilot Pearce made a perfect landing flying conditions The Unit's radar f + tZ p :
despite the 20.30-knot cross- scopes are powerful enough to \.

wind from the port side. pick up the "blip" of approaching

FLYING WITH Pearce, who !is aircraft within a range of 30
miles of the Station.In .
currently a at Fleet All
Weather Training Unit (Fawtu- the past 10 months GCA-17 >,

Lant) taking all-weather flying has averaged approximately 715 "-5
instruction runs per month, with an overall
was Ltjg( ) Albert
Cooper, also of FawtuLant. average of about 80 instrument S
landings month. This places ,.. ,
Highlighting the occasion wasa per .v. "" w.
cake-cutting affair held in the NAS Jax third highest for com- SPECIAL OCCASION AT GCA-17 A cake-cutting ceremony topped off the celebration of
Ground Control Unit 17's landing', made last Thursday. Lined waiting for their
office of Lcdr. Paul Davidson officer parable naval installations in the Approach 65,000th up
country, bested only by NAS piece of the cake while Lt. Earl Pearce, of VF-31, who made the 65,000th landing, prepares to cut the I
in charge of the unit. The first piece are (left to right) Jim Novak, AC1; Ray Chastain, AC1; Ltjg( ) Bill Missimer; Robert Do-
cake, a 20-pound three-layer with Corpus Christi!, Texas and NAS ran, AC1; Munroe Carver, ACC; Vern Boucher, ATC; Clifford Barnes, AC1, who "talked in the land-
sides covered with frosting was Moffet Field, California. ing;" Bill Trotter, RD2; Lcdr. Paul Davidson; and Edward Alford, Al. .

decorated with blue icing letters

spelling out "GCA, 65,000th LandIng L Sensitive
." Lt. Pearce was given the Crayons

honor of cutting the cake. Developed o Warn .' ,
"Talking in" Lt. Pearce was
a t r a
Clifford Barnes, AC1. Of Poison Gas

that GCA-17, a unit of OperationsDepartmen't ,. a. ;' HERE AND THEREThe ( Chemical "crayons" that
functions as an inCATHOLIC make lethal poison gases flash
1 W. A door to door., salesman was their own warnings in color,
: making pretty good buck until and automatic alarms that

DI\'I\ C his competitor decided to put only "ring out loudly" when ex-

SfR"E/ $ schoolboys on the route. Then posed to even minute quantities -
business fell off sharply. The of deadly nerve gases, have
salesman pondered the situationfor been developed by the Army
sometime and finally hit on a Chemical Center.
solution. The next time he ranga One new "gas alarm" can detect -
Sunday-Mass-0800, 1000-St.Edward's a-
Chapel.SaturdayMass. doorbell he said, "Good morn- one part of any odorless,
ing, madam. I'm working my son's tasteless nerve-poison in 10
0800-St. Edward's .
s way through college." million parts of air, a quantitytoo
Chapel. .
: S small to affect human or
D 'a i I y-Mass, OG30-St. Edward' '
The newly arrived convict was animal life
Chapel. 0620-NATTCen-
ter. ; 4 complaining to the warden. I IN ADDITION, the ACC has

Sunday-0630, Mass at the Hos- MA FINE LANDING, FELLAS" So says Lcdr. Paul Davidson "Warden, I don't like the food developed a waterproof "com-
(center) officer in charge of Ground Control Approach Unit here. I don't like the quarters andI bat alarm," about the size of a
pital Chapel; 1900, Instruction 17, to Lt. Earl Pearce, VF-31, (left) and LtJg(3 ) Albert Cooper, don't like your face." portable typewriter, yet tough
Classes, Bldg. 463. following the 65,000th landing: logged by the GCA Unit. Lt. Pearce "Anything else you don't like?" enough t 0 stand parachute
Wednesday-1900-Choir Re- was the pilot, while Ltjg( ) Cooper was in the plane's instructor's '"That's
all for the time .
cockpit being.I drops, that filters air samplesto
hearsal, St. Edward's Chapel. don't want you to think I'm un- remove dust-through a

PROTESTANTThursdar Pentagon Is City In Itself Where reasonable.". chemically treated paper tape.If .
Oct. IK SPat the tape turns red, it Indicates -
1515-Youth Choir for ages 9 went into a restaurant on the presence of nerve
and over, All Saints' Chapel. 30,000 Inhabitants Work, WalkWhen Friday, but didn't bother to lookat gas. Photocells then react to

1900-The United FellowshipChoir architects of the future start planning "roofed" cities, the bill of fare. "Have ye any the red color and trigger an
Rehearsal, All Saints' Chapel. whale?" he asked. "
"audible and visible alarm.
they can first look to the Pentagon on the banks of the Potomac
River for ideas.Headquarters. "No," said the waiter, surprised. VARIOUS "supersensitive"crayons
Sunday, Oct. 21 of the Defense "Thin do ye have any porpoiseor can reveal hydrogen

080 Episcopal Communion Department, the Pentagon is the I TIIERE'S A loan company too, shark?" cyanide, Lewisite and cyano-
Service, All Saints' Chapel. world's largest office building, I the Pentagon Federal Credit "No, sir." gen chloride gases in sufficient
0930-Sunday School for ages .4 Union "Well thin," said Pat, "bring mea time for rapid preventive de
and to its 30,000 inhabitants, a
through adults, Bulding 722. In addition, most of the population dish of corned beef and cabbage. fenses.
0930-Service of Divine Wor- self-sufficient city. eats two to three mealsa 'Tis sure the good Lord knows I The detector crayon for
ship, Chaplain Osman. Even though it is only five day, at one of the six super asked for fish." phosgene, according to the
1100 Service of Divine Wor- stories high, it has three times the size cafeterias, nine' beverage ACC, will expose as little as
ship, Chaplain Davis. floor space of New York's Empire bars and out-door snack bar. "My husband is always bringing eight parts of gas in a billion
1900-The Fellowship of Prot- State Building and is twice as To insure speedy delivery of home samples from the place and parts of air-far below the

estants, Bldg. 804.Monday large as Chicago's MerchandiseMart. inter-office mail and communications -: I love him for it." danger point-by turning a

t Oct. 22 messengers ride special i "My husband brings home samples vivid red within a minute.
1900-Latter Day Saints' Ser- SINCE MOST of its offices are bicycles. Oddly enough though, i from the place and I hate In higher gas concentrationsthe
vice', Building 750, Class Room. in the interior rings, some 65,000 travel between any two offices is him for it." color switch is almost instantaneous -

Tuesday, Oct. 23 fixtures, that require 1,000 re- never over 1,800 feet, about a six- "And what's wrong with bring- (AFPS)
1900-Episcopal InstructionClass placements daily, light the thou- minute walk, due to the five-sided ing home samples?"
Building 563.1900Christian sands of desks liven: so, the Pen- construction. "He works in a burlesque load of wood first.

Science Service, tagon still has 7,600 windows on The Pentagon was designed and house.. "Madam," retorted the tramp,
Building 752, Class Room. I its mile-around perimeter. Work S S
built in 16 months. was with dignity. "I asked for a do-
1930-Bible Study Group, Workers in the Pentagon not completed on Jan. 15, 1943. At A traiftp knocked at a door and nation not a transaction."
Building 804. only talk about the weather, one time 13,000 workers were em- asked ,the lady for something to .
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL they do something about it. ployed in the construction on a eat. "Yes, I'll give you somethingto
(Naval Hospital) Temperature control, winter round-the-clock basis:. (AFPS) eat," she said. "If you'll chop a The director was talking in his
Sunday, Oct. 21 and summer, is governed by sleep. "Darling I love you," he
0630-Catholic Mass. electronic cells on the roof. said. "You are my life, my heart.
... More than anything else in the
0930-Sunday School and Nurs- Climate is kept at 78 degreesand
50 per cent humidity in the world."
ery.0930Divine Worship, Chaplain summer and 75 degrees and 30 I Then he woke up and saw his
Wylie Bryant. per cent humidity in the winter. wife glaring at him. Knowing
what the trouble might be he
NATURALLY the world's ,.; pre-
largest office building has the i }, iiJ..f tended he was still asleep, rolled
GAD largest switchboard. Some 280,000 :. : "., over and murmured, "Cut! Now
( .,.. '...","". r.f' >,t.. '>. "" bring on the horses."
calls are handled daily over 44-, .... .: ''..r.> ,.."' \ '."'.
000 telephones connected by 160- :' : '; :. ?! ., Y' .
000 miles of cable. / ; .. .: .. The politician was making a
(Give A Day) Like a major city, the Pentagon !; > J j, fU .. speech to a Bowery crowd and as
has these facilities: two f'fllA' ; ,fl31. ...,,-- usual, it was crowded with a lot
Yes let's give ; )
a pay banks, post office, medical and 1//1// .. ." ::. of campaign hash and promises.
to genuine worthy laundry -";; .. .: "When I'm elected won'tsee
a cause. dental clinics, barber shop, ,' t you
Forty-two agencies, plus the department store, flower ._ oW J- _''fU..tI ...!'&. that long, dreary, unending,
shop, jewelry store, uniform tai breadline," he said, his voice
Navy Relief benefit from the lors, bakery, drug store, railwayand filled with emotion. "No, sir.
ticket-offices, huge TilE PENTAGON The world's largest office building, the When I'm elected there'll be two
Navy-Duval Community Pentagon in Washington, D.C., could be classified as a self-support
Drive. parking Jot (and parking prob- I tag city In itself. It has 30,000 inhabitants, who work there, and breadlines. One for white and one
lems). who are served by the most modern of facilities. for rye."



18 October 1956 = JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Marines NAWS .,.... ,".. ....,,:.:.w... ........ ,....... ,....:..:."" .L _.'-" ,

( VFP.62 VP-18 Remain '

Pace KeglersPaced ,

average, Marine by Johnny Aviation Devito's Detach-172 Unbeaten At MainsideVFP62

ment is sharing the lead with ...

NavAlrWeaps number two teamin and VP-18 maintained their unblemished records in

the NATTCenter bowling .,. Mainside Intramural Touch Football standings, each notching a vic-

league. tory during the past week. The two sport 6-0, and 5-0, marks respectively -

Devito has high series, also, :;:; ." '
.,. :
with 559, and Johnny Johnson of r ....<1:. VFP-62 added victory No.6'' through for Operation's lone TD.

Airman Preps Deuces has high last Wednesday with a 20-6 con-
HOSPITAL MADE a quick recovery -
with 226.
single game quest of VAH-1. Versatile Hampton -
from the loss at the handsof
Team leaders: Dasher scored two big TDs,
VFP-62 by defeating VA-172,
Tarplay, AE, 154; Summitt, AO, i irti with team mate Bob Owen tally-
20-6 last Friday. Bob Boyd scored
161; Abrams, AGO-I, 156; Sny- ''I ing the third for the winners. Ed ,
twice and Frank Adams once for
der, AK, 164; Dohnstcngle, Nav- : Kelly scored the extra point.
Hospital. VA-172's six-pointer
AirWeaps-1, 148; Buckner, SS, VAIM scored its only sixpointeron was
chalked Don Jameson.In .
152; Devito, MAD, 172; Sauers, I Max Crohn's 55-yard run off up
other results Fasron Six won
NavAirWeaps-2; Burner, AN- left tackle.
over 0 & R and Personnel over
P-1,164; Burke and Eisner, AGO- If BEHIND THE passing and run-
VW-4 both by forfeits.
2, 136; and Johnson, AN-P-2,136. ning of Joe Larue and George ,

NATTCenter.Bowling Martin, VP-18 managed stay MAINSIDE WON T.BALL LOST D
Team Won VFPG2V1M8 6 0
MarA\Dt IS alt unbeaten with a 20-6 triumphover 5 0 0

AK School pF9 IS 2 Hospital. Martin and Lame Nartu 3 2 0
13 3 2:1
%NP1 11 3 scored three touchdowns between Operations 1 1 1

NavAlrW School>ap -l 10 8 6AO 8 1i them. Bob Boyd scored the lone VAII-3}'aron > 2 1 0

ACrO-1 School H 8 TD for the Corpsmen. rerconnelVA172 1 1 0
AE School 5. 11ANP2 I 3
5 11 Third place NARTU posted an VAH-1 0 1 0
SupSpllnteri 4 13 I OommunlcitloniVW 0 3 0
M O-2: School 0 16 .... .. .. :. 18-6 win over Operations in last .
.. 0
., / 4 0 I
;; ., ... __ .
: .mm. '___ _..........__ Thursday's melee. Charley Rich- -4..

, VA-172 NARTU DOWN THE ALLEY Eugene Varosky of Communications enback, Joe Thompson and Bob
shows food form as he prepares to sail one down the alley against touchdown' Admin Holds
NARTU In Mainside fracas Hughes tallied i a
V-Ball Leaders a League staged last Thursday night.
NARTU defeated Communications, 31. apiece. Jerry Crowder came
VA-172 and NARTU still remain -: Links Lead

the top clubs on the Main- 1

side Intramural Volleyball totem Fall Cup Action Dud to inclement weather the

pole, followed closely by the net- Mainside Intramural Golf League

men of Fasron Six. In November JAX 4m SPORTSBlockbusters : was almost at a standstillIn
the. past week only matches
The Jax tournament
VA172 5 0 1000 NEWS Operations defeated, Fasron 109,
Nartu 5 committee has announced plans
{ iron Six 4 8l l 1.010: 6-3; Nartu beat FAW-11, 7-2; and .
VAHl 3 0 JOOO for the annual Fall Cup Tour- I! .
Senlcet 3 ; Administration downed Factu,
Special 3 .5no
nament with action slated to
Hospital 2 2 .500 81h- .
VAH-31 2 3 :.400 get underway about Nov. 3. '
Marine 1 3 .250 I The tourney will be a handi- WON LOST reT.
VW-4 1 3 .20: Atop Administration 25'i 10ft ..7HV / .'
Kaotu 0 3 ,.000 cap affair, with all military and HoBpital 32 14 .695Operations
I 1535's : H5!
civilian members of the club 337 .

eligible to compete. Only requirement Center T-Ball VAHlJairon 11 10 6J4.661
Civilian Golf LoopA 109 2'J 25 .537
is an established 1-aetu 25 :2N .472
VAH1ComFalrJax 19' 25 .4\2:
handicap. tie with the Support Splinters who yelping at their heels 19'5' .4:<2
are ,
Opens Sat.Action There will be no qualifying VFI'62 11 27'' .187
plus a 2-0 forfeit, kept the Aviation Ordnancemen Blockbustersatop Supply Fiscal 1* 40 .X59lAW11
round, with participants competing 38 :.105
in the 1956 HAS Jax in flights according to the NATTCenter touch football league without a defeat last -- 4. ,

Civilian Golf Tournament gets 'I their handicap.Freelallcers. week. AO Schoolllolds

underway Saturday Oct. 20 at the The first round of play was tend o I Henencr made good the EP. Tom .

Station COurse.Championship. this'week. Hanrahan's plunge from the seven Slim Golf EdgeThe

flight play will Eye Don Brown tallied the first netted the other score.

be decided on basis of 72 holesof touchdown for Support Splinters battling giants of the
Airman School continued to
Stale Turkey Shoot NATTCenter golf league last
medal play. All other flights I against the Gunnies on a pass
charge, dumping Aviation Store-
broke in
week their
will be 54 holes of medal play, I' Jax Navy Freelancers are set from Mickey King that netted 25 keepers 28-6, with Wallace and the league-leading even Aviation

with scores computed by the Cal- for the state invitational turkey yards. Lou Daldo put up the Swaggerty scoring a brace of Ordnancemen and Naval Air

laway Handicap System. shoot to be held on the NATT equalizer for the Blockbusterswith touchdowns. Ken Werner countedfor Weapons System School Juggledto

First round play may be playedat Center archery range Sunday a 45-yard scamper through the Storekeepers. a three-all tie.

any time between Saturday with morning and afternoon center.
AVIATION ELECTRICIANSearned In other matches the Missile-
Oct. 20 through Oct. 24. Upon shooting. SUPPORT SPLINTERS lost
men downed Aviation Store-
a tie with the AGO Aces
completion 'of the first round, Sunday on the St. John's (Cecil ground in a 19-0 upset to Airmen and then dropped Administration, keepers, 6-0; AGO over MarAv-

various flights will be arranged.The Field) range the Freelancers School. A pass from Marvin Wal- 19-6. Det, 6-0; AGO over AE School,

second round will be played copped three of four first places. lace to Bob Powell was good for 4-2; and Administration over

between Oct. 25 through Oct. 31. i Bill Weatherby scored 530; Pat 30 yards and a 35 yard sweep With fine defensive play by MarAvDct, 6-0.

The third and final rounds, in- Porter, St. John's, 505; Roger around end by Luke Swaggerty Dick Nelson and Dave Frei, Don TeamNATTCenter Won

cluding the fourth round of the I. Wood, Jax Navy, 495; and Rose netted another for the Blockbusters. Guerra's touchdown gave Ad- AO School 59 Lost 18

championship flight must be Weatherby, Jax Navy, 490. A pass from Powell to Bob ministration a 6-6 tie with AGO NavAlrWeapi 621i 21',.
AGO School 62 2.1
played between Nov. 1 through Deuces. AK School 45l 32's
.,. ..,
''' '''''''''." AdmlnlitratlonSupSpllnteri 39 37
Nov. 4. 'r Wally Lee's touchdown and his 31' 40( .

In case of a tie for first placeor pass to Tom Yuhas brought Nav- AN-P MarAvDvt School 2M1 47 83's};

runner-up in the championship AirWeaps from behind to give AK SchoolSparkles m :lIt
flight, the winner will be deter- them a 7-6 victory over Aviation

mined by a sudden death playoff. a Storekeepers. UnbeatenIn

Ties in other flights will be resolved DON ILLSTRUP'S magic arm VolleyballWith
by 18 hole of
match; playon which completed seven of 11 '
a no handicap basis. three teams dropping out, "
passes, gave Aviation Electriciansa
the NATTCenter volleyball league
19-6 victory'over Administration. -
Mainside resumed this week with seven
Bowling clubs entered.

Fred Rubinson of Fasron Six One toss to Madero White and NATTCenter V.Ball

turned in the best score of the another to Chuck Johnson counted SchoolNavAlrWtap WON 9 LOST 0

week with a 231 when his team two touchdowns. White scored the ANP Aces 8 1AC

shutout the Marines 40in Monday's other and converted. A Don Guer AGO Ace 11.1'
Deuces 8 3
contests. On the same day ra to Don Rimes aerial countedfor AN-P DeuciiMarAvDct 5 4

VW-4 downed Hospital 4-0 and the Feathers. ... 2 '7

Whitehats VAH-1 overpowered 3-1. the .0 & R Bud Schaeffer's running set up Fliers' First Court

the touchdown play-a pass from
Call Attracts 30
TEAM STANDINGS Wally Lee to Bill Hubely-gave

V.A-I72 BluebolU WON 18 LOST 4 .800 TCT. 9. NavAirWeaps a 7-0 win over AGO Thirty men answered the call
Six J2 4 .750 Aces. for the first practice session
VAII.1 3 1 .750
Marine staged Monday by the Jack
:11 5 .6K8
Special Services 13 7 ..650 In the other game last week sonville Navy Fliers.
Hotpital 12 8 .600
Support Splinters downed Avia-

U Faetu* R Officers 12 ll 8 9 :..600.550 __----n.------ .______.__n.__ tion Storekeepers, 1412.NATTCenUrTball. The candidates were put
VFP-62 ll 9 :\V) through light limbering-up exercises -
FAWl1 .Ido Something new in the of Jax
10. 10 WAVES RIFLE SQUAD war the first with
NAMTD 10 JO .500 Navy sports a Waves rifle squad. Forming the nucleus of the Wgn Lost Tied day, more
Communication! g g ..500 AO School 0 2 of the scheduled this
Dispensary 7 9 .418 Waves conUgnent are these three sharpshooters, (left to right SubSpllnten S 1 2
.7 9 .418 Anita Vanderzanden, TE3, of NATTCenter; Jane Baker, ET3; and AGO Ace 3. 1 3 week. All positions are still
Furon 109 .438 LoU Abrams, TE3, of NAS Jax. Although new in the business of NavAlrWeapt 4 3 0
PertonneJ AhrSohool 3 3 1 open.
8 12 .400)
VW-4 IS 10 .373 handling fire arms, the trio, because of their ability with a .22 AN.School The Fliers their schedule
7 3 1 open -
Com Falr.Jax 6 JO ..375 calibre rifle, show great promise. They have already entered one AK .
8 'tuR Whitehall 3 9 .333 tournament and l scored well. They practice at the NAS firing range AGO AdmlnlDtratlon Deuces 1 1 3 2 November at home against
a 4 1
Waves 4 1 15 g .063\V under the coaching of M/Sgt. Leonard Monroe, of NATTCenter. MarADeO. 0 Orlando AFB.I .

t t

.. : '-"I,>"",,'#w '" :. Il -a.;: ;: : ., 1 II. _,..,__" ." ......,,.


i! Eight JAX AIR NEWS 18 October 1956

'S mmmm Fire Chief Cites .

FOR RENT Fire Prevention r 7! p

2 rm. turn apt. 2572 College St.

EV 72475. Smith. Training AidsThe _
Furn. apts. 2511 Forbes St. EV '

73935. George. importance of visual ,aids
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. Avail. Nov. and demonstrations used in the 6

1. $75. EV 89393. Cowart. training of personnel in fire pre ,
3 rm. eff. furn. apt. $50. 3668 vention methods and techniqueswere

Boone pk. Lewis. cited by Fire Chief Donald

2 rm. furn. apt. 2615 Green St. Moran of NAS Jacksonville in Y r

EV 7-2694.; Junkins. an address before the North Flor t o

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 3149- ida Chapter of the American So khJ4t; :
Post. EV 89729. McClain. ciety of Safety Engineers held at

Business woman ,has furn. rm. noon Friday, Oct. 12, in the Offi- Y
Cooking privileges. EV 9-0168. cers Club., ,

Avondale. Lamb. .. The discussion was scheduled in
FOR SALE observance of National Fire Prevention

3 bdrm. hse. G.I. financed., $1,600 Week, and members of ;

equity. Cedar Bills Ext. 8283 or the North Florida Federal Safety _...__._A ._mnn.n__'____
EV 75493. Ferrell. Council were invited guests. Mo- SAFETY GROUP MEETS About to begin their luncheon which was followed by a round-table
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Gar. 4 percent ran was* presented by Charles discussion on safety, are these members of the North Florida Chapter, American Society of Safety
Engineers who gathered at the Officers Club last Friday. Left to right are Fred Braun of Federal Cor-
.G.I. loan, $54.35 mo. 5477.Kings- Able safety superintendent NAS rection Institute; Spero Tassapoulas, chairman of the Federal Safety Council of North Florida area;
bury Ave. Ext. 8283 or EV Jacksonville. Edward Shearer, North Florida Chapter ASSE'CharIes; Able NAB safety superintendent and also cochairman -
8-5810. Szot. Following the luncheon Wil- of the Federal Safety Council North Florida Area; NAS fire chief Don Moran; William Dobbins .
MISCELLANEOUS liam Dobbins president" of the North Florida Chapter ASSE; Clement Reed North Florida Chapter ASSE; William Harrington) ,
Ocean Acldent and Guarantee Corp.; Jack Pomerantz. American Society of Safety Engineers; and
Ride wanted from Normandy and chapter presented Moran with Marvin Edwards of White Star Sales Corp
_____ _
the American of L
Hammond to Overhaul and Re- Society Safety

pair Shop 3193. Ext. 275 or EV Engineers' certificate of appreciation Safe Driving
94568. Made StolarskL for his efforts in behalf of WFA0dA1W

LOST, AND FOUND the NFC.Slock. I (Continued from Pare 1))
Musical instrument cornet in ommendations and generally aslist -,

blue case lost on, city 'bus Car Races in the evaluation of present
accident prevention and operator
aboard Station. Serial No. on :
., cornet is 16865. Reward. Finder Sunday At Speedway education programs Recommendations -
for the
contact Fred Price attached to (AFPS Feature) for Universal's '
Weekly Unguarded
VP-18. One of ',the year's big events, more effective rules and practicesfor
the third annual Southeastern TIlE Futility of It All After Moment" a straight dramatic safe driving will be given serious -

Championship Stock Car Races, is 30() years in motion i pictures on-swimming role for the pretty attention.

AAR BIA w set for Sunday Oct. 21 at the Choon Wha Lee gets his first dia- girl who makes a fish turn green ACCORDING to the report
Jacksonville Speedway on Leribx logue lines in Warner Bros.. "Mel motor vehicle accidents occurredas
with ;
e rT Ave. off Normandy Boulevard. ville Goodwin U.S.A." Trouble is, envy. follows: Jan., one; Feb., nine;

TA R Sponsored by,the'Junior Cham- no one will understand him since Skin divers a March, 13; April, four; May 10;

4. E I AM W RL T RI ber' of Commerce Sunday's race I he speaks in Korean engage ometimes-dan-in a June five; July nine; and Aug,

A T will provide plenty of thrills Castle AFB will be host to cast nine. Of seven general types they
LAY N with some of the best stock car and crew for Warner Bros! gerous hobby resulted from collisions with stationary -

tEN racers in the nation competing.Cars "Bombers B-52" Karl Maiden and some of the' 4./ objects (22 accidents);

H TR pR DED1 1 RE will race with unrestricted will star in this story of the big perils will be backing ((21 accidents); traffic ((7

KN W R fueling some using oglycerine jet bombers. And if you think shown"Medical Horions. on accidents); pushing another vehicle -
and alcohol and others using pure Esther Williams never appears ." ABC-TV- -:..; r w,., (3 accidents" ); unattended
,-Answer to Pate 2 Puzzle) alcohol. except in a bathing suit, watch vehicle colliding with another vethicle
show scheduled "..\. ,.,.. or. object (3 accidents);
for Oct 14
hilling or fallen cargo ((3 acci-
. Election Data For If our State ::30() 5 p. m. dents);and miscellaneous, such as
(EDT). TelecaSt -
a fire truck overturning while going
... .."l.eonaatu- live from around a corner.
President U.b'S, geaa R.prllf'n-tatlvee to Sato-Gov State cSwn Que. Amend.. fatal Cara omPr.lldent the Navy .Sub ._ ,- The direct cost of these accidents -
SUI and dice t U. S. Con. emon Oman tlon marine U a s e.
V. b-
gnu_ q a. i' London.EstherWIlUams not including loss of use
"' New while vehicle was repaired but
Yet 'No' Yea NO.hrizona Conn. show will present Navy
'yii'Ye. No '
klabama.6 .. Yes Yet including damage to the govern
;.T"?;. .';"':' "; Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Nrkansas .. Yes "frogmen" doctors in action performing ment vehicle and damage to civilian -
?": ;":"". Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No YM training syllabus for sub- vehicle where a claim lies

California :.':. .. Yes Yet Yes No 'Yes No No. No Yea mariners and divers. Viewers will against the Navy came to $16-
Colorado. .". ,, .' ;. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes see that it is possible to make a 533.66 within the 10 months
Connecticut..;.":""":: 'f.elaware Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yer 300-foot dive without wearing any
., ,:':'. .":"; Yes No Yea Yes Yes Yea period.
Yea breathing apparatus.
Yes Yes Yes Yes Significantly only seven of the
Florida,7TGeorgia. ; .. :: Yes No.
::;.' .. Yes Yes Yu No Yes No No Yea No Goose AB holiday dancers will 60() accidents occurred in moving

Idaho .. ."."..".".'".=; Yes Yes Yea ,No Yes No No Yes Yet have the music of the Johnny McCormack traffic and only four occurred
Illinois":'..'. .'.-w. .7. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes aboard the Naval Air Station. It
Yet Yes No from Dec. 8 to
Indiana, ::::-''::'', : Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yea Quintet is regarded therefore as evidenceof
Iowa. .'.. . Yes Yes Yes Yes Yet No Yet Yes Jan. 4, and shuffling feet at simple carelessness and failureto
Yes Yes
Kansas. ::-e. Yes Yes Yes Yea Yea No No No No No Ramey AFB, P. R., will have the conform with the basic rules of
Kentucky. ?:; Yes .
Louisiana ;:::; ... Yet Yea Yes YM ,Yes Yes No 'No Yfl No Yes Debra Hayes Quintet for rhythm safety. Forty-three of the accidents

Maine .'.T7.7" .": Yea No' Yes Yes Yes No Yet No. from Dec. 27 to Jan. 9. involved backing or toll!
Maryland.; Yea Yet Yes tolo Yes Yet sion with a stationary object.
Massachusetts ,. .-:":'. Yes No Yes Yea ,Yes No No No No YMinnelOta. Fancy Name file Magdalena .

Michigan. .. ::. Yea No. Yet Yet Yes No 'Ye.. Yea Eketarian Antonina Vishinsk!
.:.. .': Yes No Yea Yes No'lYe.Yes, No No. No Klastaitais' (whew)' shortened her Joint 'Service
Mississippi :T.;7-:::. Yea No Yu ,Yet
Yea: .Yes No Yes Miller for role (Continued from Page 1))
Missouri. ., ;' '",., Yes Yet'' Yel'' No Yu Yes name to Magda a
No. Yes Yes Yes certain other maternity services.
Montana.Yes; No Ys4 in Columbia's "Town on Trial.
.. Nebraska.".". ,;::. Yes No Yes Yes No' eVes Yei Yes Ye, YetkdevadaT' Magda has a Russian mother anda BY JULY, 1957, military fam-
; ,'"":. Yes Yes Yes' No No Yea ilies will have applied for and received
Yes ,Yes ,Yet ,Yes Lithuanian father but was bornin '
New Hampshire ::? Yes No. No No No Yej their "Dependents Author
New Jersey. :"::;-:-; Yea No. .Yes Yes ,Yes No No YetI Scotland Platinum blonde ization for Medical Care" card,

New I Mexico. :",:'.-:--'',:,',:. Yes Yes No Yes Yea No fYes No No Yet beauty has, won no less than 36 known as Form 1173. The card -
|New York. ,:; ; :: Yes No Yes No
,Yes .YeiYes\ will be the primary means of
Carolina .:: Yes Yes Yes Yet Yes beauty contests.

North Dakota : ,,,... Yes Yes Yes Yea Yes ;Yes No Yea Yes GOOD GRIEF AND SIGH .1 identifying kin for military and
Ohio . . ..":,:.:: Yes Yes Yes Yes No No : civilian hospitals, with names of
Oklahoma.'Yes. ; ": Yes Yes No No' Yes Yes Yes Yes A female EP is on-the way. RCA the whole family listed. It will be

Oregon. .: '?: '": Yet Yes Yea No. Yes No No.' No. Victor has signed, and the Big effective two years when a new
,Pennsylvania Yes Yes Yes No No. Yet one must be obtained. When
No Yes Yes; Buildup is on, for Jean Chapel,
iRhode Yea
Island ; No No
No No folded in wallet the card
South Carolina.Yes Yes Yn No Yes tall and flashy blonde git-tar a meas-
South Dakota.Yes ,Yu Yes lYe" Yet No No No. playing songstress who has re- ures 2V4x3V4 inches.If .
Tennessee. ;:; ; Yes No' Yes No Yes Yea No No Yes Yet corded "Welcome to the Club." In -a dependent is in a civilian

exas..r7T,: : : :"?. Yes No Yes ,tYes,Yi Yea No No. NoYes' case the name it not familiar 1t hospital when the service memberis
Utah..r: :":-; -: Yel Yes Yea Yes No No Yea was'Mattle O'Neill! in Grand Old discharged, the government's
Vermont::',"."' Yu :Yu Yet No
No No No No Opry days. responsibility ceases at that time
Virginia ":";; ::-. Yes No Yea 'Yel Yes No. Vea Yea and coverage ends. Should the
Washington ;- ?;::':'. Yes Yet Yes Yd' ,Vel Yes No. Yes Yes Disneyland has started it third service member die the dependent -
Welt Virginia,':: -:0:. Yes Yes ,Yet Yea No Yea Yes year of educating our children in
will be transferred mil
'' Yea Yes a
Wisconsin. Yet
; ;
( ? Ne.YeI" NoYes Yes No. a highly entertaining fashion.
Yes No Yes itary hospital as soon as condition
[Wyoming..T. .,. No No'
.No Yes
Trouble trouble
is have
(A.":;;. "';'. No.t. No'. ,Yet Yes No. No Yea we pushing permits with transfer at
the kids from the TV
,Guam:-:-:'. ':':,r:?;:; No' No No. No. Yes No Ne, YelPuerto away government expense. ,
,Hawaii .; ;. "':':. No'.' No.. ,Yea ..Vea. Yet No No Ya set so we can get "educated" ourselves
Rico. .':-. ;;, :':'. No' No Yet Yes No. No No.. The "Mickey Mouse Club:' new season with a trip throughthe
(Virgin Islands :;.;"; No No No robust two-year-old offspring of Navy's atomic i submarine

the Disney Studios, Nautilus.Page .



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