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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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December 13, 1956


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

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I I .Generous-Hearted Friends Come To Aid Of Homeless Family I

The spirit of Christmas givingwas the family of Thomas Harris,their either house or possessions. the past nine years. campaign among its outlets at tho ,

never more manifest aboard small frame house caught fire. THE IIARRISES foresaw a To help out the family, which Station, the Naval Hospital,

NAS Jax than when the Station Due ,to a lack of sufficient water, bleak Christmas-but generous. consists of Mr. and Mrs. Harris, NATTCenter, NAS Cecil Field,

Fire Department and the Navy, the Orange Park Volunteer Fire hearted friends and neighbors six minor children ranging from .
NS Green Cove Springs, and
Exchange undertook to rehabili- Department called on the NAS rushed to the rescue, including two to 15 years of age, and an :

tate an Orange-Park family whose Jacksonville Fire Department, members Of the NAS Fire Department adult son and his wife, the Fire NAS Glynco, Ga., for contributions .

home and every possession was which immediately sent out firefighting and civilian employees Department already has made of cash and clothing. ThC

destroyed by fire. equipment including a ot the Navy Exchange? where gifts of cash and clothing. drive will end next Monday, and

On Dec. 7, which turned out to 1500-gallon water tank truck. But Mrs. Harris has been employedin THE ,NAVY Exchange is completing both cash and clothing will be de-

.fee a private Pearl Harbor. Day for by then it was too late to save the Procurement Section! for a wide-spread benefit (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)

Third Carrier

J'X41jLi11elli8 Berth Seen .

For Mayport

The possibility that a third

carrier, probably the USS

Vol-14 No '38 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 13' December 1956 NAAS Antietam, would be voiced based at '
Mayport, was by

I.. .. Rep. Charles E. Bennett in an
1 "- -+ *' FlogWing May address: made before the Jack.

sonville Beach Chamber of
frrvL.I Commerce Tuesday night.

Lose PlanesTo An additional appropriationof
A $3.5 million is expected to

be authorized in 1957 to complete

t 1[ ,. : AF's MATSAbout the second berthing facility .
at the carrier basin, on
t4)F )
which $340,000 'already has
F 200 four-engine planesof been spent. The third berthing

I '.' .: the Navy's Fleet Logistic Air facility would cost an estimated -

0 ,- <): : :; Wing may be transferred to the $1.75 million.

I ,< Air Force's Military Air Trans Bennett also said that the
present staff of 18 officers and
port Service if an order said to be
i 276, enlisted personnel and 144
on the Defense Secretary's deskis civilian .
... employees probably
carried out. would be doubled within the :
"S H4 next five ,,
,- The order would_assign all mil

itary transport aircraft "engagedin I

scheduled point-to-point serv-
Studies '
ice Cr aircraft whose operationsare .

susceptible to such schedul-

ing" to MATS. The Secretary was Civil Service

all ready to sign the order Nov.

.. V 27, but the Navy asked for more
;* SituationThe
t4t* $ ..Ai time in which to make opposing Wage
h #

&M't'4: : I r.,. ",: .mJ;; :d ...,___>e4 f' ,._,*,,.. .._,<<,.., """, ,,,,,a arguments. Water-based trans Cordiner Committee, which
port aircraft and the 10 requiredfor has ..
spent weeks In viewing military
"ALL ASHORE, THAT'S GOING ASHORE"-The mighty supercarrier USS Forrestal Is nudged Navy administrative uses pay and opportunities, with i:
I gently Into her berth at the Mayport Carrier Basin after completing her mission asamemberof
Task Force 26. The Forrestal along with the USS .Lake Champlain docked Monday to debark hun would not be effected.In a view of making a military career '
dreds of Jax airmen. attractive enough to retain !
addition to airlift services, ,
personnel, is now taking :

Exchange Facilities Jax Air Units Back FromMidAtlantic all services air photographic, air rescue and service charting, the a situation.look at the civilian employee fl'".j

Extend Operating airways and air communications Headed by Ralph J. Cordiner, i.'
service, air weather service and
president of General
Electric, the
Hours SaturdaySince flight service would be trans.
committee at first
ManeuversEight was expected
Saturday Dec. 15 has ferred to the Air Force, making to deal with scientific and engineering -n

been designated as military MATS the super over-all transport salaries. Now it is1 }t,;]

payday for Mainside activities, Jacksonville squadrons, plus three detachmentsfrom agency it was planned to be recognizing that the Defense De. \;

certain Navy Exchange facilities Light Photographic Squadron 62, are back home this I in 1948. Since then, the Navy and partment is facing its own problem .. 6

will extend hours of operations week after debarking from the USS Forrestal and USS Lake i the Air Force have both started in attracting and retaining ,

for the benefit of pa- Champlain which returned to Mayport'Monday from training separate systems. key civilian personnel, with the "I

trons. maneuvers in mid-Atlantic area. result that the committee is
The Joint Chiefs of Staff are j f
is scheduleof
The following the Families of
squadron to
person. and Fighter Squadron 22 and Detachment directed to "review and evaluate"the propos salary changes ,
the extended hours: nel were on hand to greet the and adjustment of Defense Department .:rit
39 of VFP-62, from the transport capability for meet-
Retail Store, Building 27; two ships as they eased into the civil service personnel.
Lake the airlift service and train- .
Champlain. big i,
Country Store and Toyland, Mayport basin. About 1,200 Such
per. proposals will be watched '
Others, aboard the super-car- ing requirements of the armed
Building 954; Uniform Shop, sonnel streamed off the ships carefully civilian t t
by employees in
(Please turn to Page 8, CoL :2)) forces.
Building 3; Tailor Shop, Build. after docking. Most of the aircraft other Federal agencies, where the 1

ing 3j; and Service Station, will I and flight personnel had situation is very similar to that I,, tl

be open from 0800 to 1630. The i been flown off while the two in Defense. A chart published ; .

Restaurant in Building 3 will big carriers were at sea Sunday. recently in a popular news magazine J'

be open.from 0730 to 1400. showed Civil Service next to : ;t
All other Exchange facilitieswill THE FORRESTAL and Cham- the
bottom of workers groups in .
maintain a normal Satur. plain were part of Task Force the wage and salary of 4
day schedule. 26, which had been operating in upsweep
the past several years.
an intensive and concentrated :
.s ,
period of training for three 1
9 Marine Officers To weeks. There were 26 vessels in 95 Ensigns Eye I"

the task force.

CornpleteAKCourse The Lake Champlain bad beenat ,AGO GraduationThe
Nine Marine Corps Officers will '
sea during the entire Middle f \
be graduated from Aviation 2g ; Aviation Ground Officers
East crisis, operating in waters
Storekeeper Officer's School to School at NATTCenter will graduate
around the Azores. The Forrestal,
morrow. 95 students at exercises to
however, put in at Lisbon, Pore fr
Officers graduating are Captain be held Dec. 19.
tugal, for a brief period. The latter -
Anthony Waite, and First Lieu- 73-- r /' Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, Over.. '
is now at Norfolk where it f 1
*7 rfl .
tenants Robert Axton, John Gill- /' haul and Repair Officer, will be
will be based until it Joins the
man, James Goddin, Robert Han- j the guest speaker. His topic will j,
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterraneansoon
more, Harold Hill,"Willie Lowe be "Leadership and Progress." .
after Jan. 1. The Champlainis
.. Jr., Raymond Shatter, and Robert The graduating class, consist..
.. Wander. home-based at Mayport. ing entirely of Ensigns, will go to

The next officer class is due to LOCALLY based units returning other schools and fleet units upon

convene sometime in February. 'with the task force were graduation.

i Fighter Squadron 43, Attack According to the figure released

MDB Payments Due Squadron 172, Attack Squadron NUMBERS CROSSED Lt. Toshio Amano, Japanese Navy, a by Comdr. Robert C.
student at Aviation Storekeeper School, and Eugene Hall AKC Woodside, AGO School
Members of Mutual Death Society 175, and Detachment 37 of VFP- Training
Instructor at the school, seem to have their numbers crossed. Hall{ Officer 2178 officers
are reminded that assess- 62, of Carrier Air Group One, have beetsPleaaeturnt.rsgecd,2)
Is using a Japanese "Soroban, and Lt Amano Is using aa American
ment No. 72 is due by Dec. 15. which was aboard the Forrestal; electrical calculator to compute their figures ( .

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Page 2 JAX J3 December 1956

LtD Xfl1iW3 I Be Safety-Wise If Yov're

Driving Home For HolidaysIf Thursday, Dec 13

Malnside Huk (color drama)

Station Published Jacksonville every, Florida Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air you're planning to drive home on Christmas leaye, George Montgomery, Mona Free-

NAB, JMitMBilll here are some highway driving hints that will help you man, Dave Houghton.
Capt. William S. Harris ., "
-- Commanding Officer
Comdr Robert IL Smith : -- .- ,...;--:.._- -....--, Executive Officer make the trip safely and surely both ways: NATTCenter Public Pigeon
Rear Adm. Colbert S. Cornwell Meet Air J&tu.m. Commander Never eat a big meal just before or during. a long No. 1 (color drama) Red Skelton
Capt. S. & bcarcy, Jr. -,--..._.._. Chief of Stall trip. Vivian Blaine.'
Capt. Bowen F. McLcod Fleet Air M UK tlnf'a Commander .Stop every hour whether you feel tired or not. Al- Hospital Susan Slept Here

Comdr. T. S. White "Natal._.. Air".._' TethmitU"H'__Ceater. Chief Stall Officer ways get out of the car for a few minutes. ([color comedy) Dick Powell,Deb-
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop TraUUK Commanding Officer If you must drive at night, keep the dash lights as bie Reynolds.
Comdr. Wilfred K. Fleahman ___ _
Executive Officer interior
H' the
)'iaaI unplUlNABTU i dim as possible to reduce glare but turn on Friday, Dec. liMalnside
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer tendency to relax
Capt. Marcy Shupp _...._....._.,...:............. ExecuUve Officer lights occasionally as darkness has a Gun For A Coward
some drivers too much. I ([color western) Fred
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer MacMurray,
Comdr. William E. Hardy .- ,-,-,?,, .-.m-. ,,,, ?._ Executive Officer Don't keep your eyes focused on a point straight Jeff Hunter.
ahead. Look to the right and left, and don't follow the NATTCenter
The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station Huk (color dra.
Jacksonville, Florlad, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat same car too long.Always ma) George Montgomery, Mona
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVkXOS P-35, Rev. get a good night's sleep before starting a
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the Freeman, Dave Houghton.
U. S. Natal Hospital. trip. Wear loose clothes. Open your jacket and loosen your
Service Information Officer?.,? ? ?? ,, ? ,__.._.!.t. Dave Bee cly collar. I Hospital Public Pigeon No
Managing Editor-Andrew H. 1'laney i 1 (color drama) Red Skelton
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes PHI; Robert Aslp SN. Play the radio but avoid slow, "dreamy" music; Vivian Blaine.
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member" of the Armed Forces Press Service change stations frequently. I
AFPS material' appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without If you find your attention wandering, pull over to Saturday, Dec. 15
the written permission<< of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other
matter except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of the side of the road and take off your right shoe. The vibration Mainside Lisbon (color dra

Editor Editorial, JAX AIR offices NEWS.located Main Administration Building. Phone extension from the gas pedal will have a stimulating effect. ma) Ray Milland, Maureen 0lara. '

8340. 216 and 8164. Keep plenty of fresh air coming into the car. Don't .

smoke too much. It may tire your eyes. NATTCenter Gun For A
BC-BS Due Dec. 17-18 Vary speeds from time to time, keeping below the Coward (color western) Fred
.If>l, [ maximum. Constant speeds have a tendency to invite MacMurray, Jeff Hunter.

'SER\'lC.fS\ : Blue Cross-Blue Shield plan "speed hypnosis." Hospital Huk (color drama

a .._.... members are advised that monthly If these suggestions don't keep you alert, pull off George Montgomery, Mona Freeman
:.o. payments are due by Dec. 17- the highway and take a nap. If you're worried about Dave Houghton.

ALL SAINTS' CIIAPEL 1 8. sleeping too long, park near a filling station and ask KIDDIE MATINEE

I _the_attendant to wake you. (AFPS). Saturday, Dec. 15 at 1400
Thursday Dec. 13
Man From Oklahoma (western

1515 Youth Choir ages 9 and with Roy Rogers. Also Overture

over, Small Chapel. To William Tell.MOVIE.
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal HOURS

All Saints' Chapel; I +ast7s Mainside 1800-2000. Sunday
((i'LGY4MlI3fS, ": tgxfWfifsit: \
Sunday, Dee. 16 'f." ft: iV and Holidays 1400-1800-2000.
'i : ; NATTCenter 1400-1800-2000
0800 Episcopal Communion 'r ,,1'M
Hospital 1900 only.

Service 0930 -, Chaplain Sunday School Nickelson.for ages ::' i, '

4 through adults, Building 722. it. t > NAVY WIVESCORNER
0930 Service of Divine Wore ., I
ship, Chaplain Osman. Sermon _
"The Christmas Messageof
Peace." A Christmas Ward Party wa

1100 Service of Divine Wor- held Dec. 12, with members of

ship, Chaplain Davis. Sermon- : : Navy Wives serving cake and
"How To Be Happy." coffee to enlisted patients of the

1700 Sunday School Christ Naval Hospital

mas Tableau, All Saints' Chapel. Games were played and Individual '

1900 The United Fellowshipof gifts were presented to the

Protestants, Building 804. patients in thewards visited

Monday, Dec. 17 At the last regular business

1930 Singspiration Chap meeting, Velma Brooks, activity
lain's Office, NATTC. chairman, announced that the annual
Navy Wives Christmas Party
Tuesday, Dec. 18 DOOTII PORTRAYS IIANDICAPPED ROLES-This Is the booth that NAS
Jax, with the coopera- will be held in the clubhouse in
1930 Bible tion of NATTCenter, erected at the Florida Parade of Progress and Exposition held in Miami recent-
Study Group, 2000.
Dewey Park on Dec. 22, at
ly. Purpose the display was to show how the physically: handicapped can play an important part in
Small Chapel. rovernment and industry. NAS Jax has been very fortunate in this respect. with the physically A New Year's Party will also be
Thursday, Dec. 20 handicapped playing an important role In the Station's progress. held in the clubhouse. All members -

1515 Youth Choir ages 9 and husbands, guests and prospective .

Over, Small Chapel. members are invited to
Thorough Exams O&R Aero
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal By Engineering attend both parties. Grace Copeland -

All Saints' Chapel. activity co-chairman, is assisting

0630 -Hospital Catholic Chapel Mass. Group Establishes Cause Of Plane Mishaps WAS with VOTED the arrangements.IT unanimouslythat .

0915 Service of Divine Worship Cant. F. A. Burke. Senior

: Chaplain Bryant.St. Highly trained technical vestigations have been made at but to establish cause and provide Chaplain at NAS Jax will serveas
personnel of the Aero En- the of Liaison Officer of Jax Navy
Edward's Chapel scene the accident, all parts a remedy whenever possibleto
gineering Group, NAS Jax are physically checked for possible prevent future failures. In the Wives 86. Capt. Burke has consented
Sundays Overhaul and material to draw the winning tickets
Repair Depart- failure by aeronautical case of positive reports of material
Catholic Masses 0800; 0900; ment, play an important partin electronic and metallurgical failure of deficiencies for the beautiful dolls and furniture
1000-Chaplains Burke and Gib determining' the causes of engineers. action is carried to the made and donated by

bons. accidents to planes in flight. Through chemical I Bureau of Aeronautics through Comdr. R. J. Martin (Mainside
Daily Mass 0630. and Dispensary) and Mrs. Martin.
When a disintegrated aircraftis physical evidences obtained via submission of Failure or Unsatisfactory -
Saturday Confessions at 1700. Tickets can be obtained from
received' by the department, metallurgical examination, the Reports in which a more The
members of Wives.
Latterday Saints generally after preliminary in- cause of the accident can be attributed technical or detailed account is Navy
Tuesday, 1900 Bldg. 751, Mr. to malfunction, overstress provided and recommendationsmade. drawings will take place at

C. B. Capers. or fatigue.RECENTLY next. meeting Dec. 19.
TilE DOLLS WILL be on display !
A CRASH landingwas If similar type aircraft are proc- from 1000 until 1500 at the

SAFETYBox' determined as having been essed through the local O&R Commissary Dec. 18. All proceedswill

caused by failure of an actuatingarm shops, directives are issued requiring be used to purchase play-

Score in a landing minute examination, rein ground equipment for the Naval
gear system forcement'
which prevented the replacement of the Air Station Nursery, sponsoredby
gear from
Disabling Injuries Through parts.
w extending. 0 & R' engineers soon Navy Wives.
Tuesday, Dec. 11 detected a small nick at the failed THE TECHNICAL personnel of The Nursery announces it will

This Month 1 section of the arm, probably I the Aero Engineering Group, who be open until 2230 on Dec. 10

This Year 11 made by a screwdriver or similar add an analytical mind, avid curiosity and 17, to accommodate Christ-
Days Since Last sharp tool which but will close at
,,- may have slippedout perserverence infinite mas shoppers,
fti ,
Lost Time Accident 5 Jd of a mechanic's hand, scratch. patience 1800 Christmas Eve.

ing the surface of the arm This sound judgment and ,a The Nursery will be open New-

WEATHER OUTLOOK : : formed a stress riser for subsequent wealth of experience to the precision Year's Eve, but reservations must
Thursday :Partly cloudy, t a t' fatigue failure. and detecting equipment 1. be made. A small fee will chargedto
mild. s t ::: That the arm did not fail available in the department, hold your reservation so they

Friday Partly cloudy, cooler. through improper design was determined stand ready to assist any Navy, must be made in person not- by
by tell-tale group not only in investigating phone.
Saturday Partly cloudy, continued rings of
cool.Sunday progressive failure. an accident after occurence but Betty Page is the new member
'OOMftA'UMBA OG6019 8O06y. in examining evidences in aircraft ship chairman taking over for
Cloudy, possible ZUM5A.MOM5030M5LM0N THE OBJECTIVE of the O & R
rain. technicians Is not to place blame might structures or systems which Mary Shelby who has been transferred -
precipitate an accident. i to Virginia.


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13 December 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


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under the wings. This is the type of plane flown locally by Fighter
Squadron 111, based at NAS Cecil Field. 1.d.ted 11'"fII r

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make reservations early. j

The Nursery will remain !

open until 0430 Jan. 1, and reservations Social Security tax deductions for the military, starting with January pay checks, will be made l
made now will holda at the rate 01 24! % 01 monthly or semimonthly base pay. The table above elves the monthly ratesof : ,"
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian Social Security deductions according to pay grade and years of suvlte. J, "
child's bed until 2000 Dec.
/0! all Navy libraries in the area)
Beds not in use by then will be '
Let's Keep Christmas: Peter i
turned over to those on a wait

Marshall's beautifully inspiring ing list. With reservations already Survivor Benefits Act Provides For

sermon part of is fast the becoming Christmas as festivi mucha mounting fast, the warning

is well-timed.
ties the singing of the carols. '
The small book printed and illustrated Nursery officials also point
Permanent Social
with delicate workman out that the same price of 35c Security Coverage .

an hour per child or 50c an :
ship in keeping with its theme,
can be read easily and quicklyit hour for two or more children Beginning Jan. 1, 1957 members ft the Armed Forces and their dependents will be eli i .

will be remembered long and will prevail. Cash only will be gible under The Servicemen's and Veterans' Survivor Benefits Act for the benefits provided ;. ..x
reverently. facilities.accepted for Cards the holiday will not use be by the Old Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) program of the Social Security system on "",

The True Meaning of Christ- a permanent contributory basis.

mas: Published just two years honored. Service personnel will contribute -
parents, and the serviceman him- benefit he draws can be based on ..'.
2 of their
%% monthlyor
ago, Monsignor Sheen's story of '
1 self at 65.: both his in
age years service and his
the Nativity and its meaning Comdr. Martin New semi-monthly pay. The maxi I
The amount of Social years as a civilian worker if he
through the ages is another small FawtuLant SkipperComdr. mum yearly deduction is $94.50based ( Security 1 v'
and beautifully printed book on the first $4,200 of base benefits paid to survivors depend- desires. _

which .has become part of our It. 11. Martin has assumed pay. Allowances, incentive and ents depends upon the "average Here's another example: Under

Christmas tradition. Both books command" of FawTuLant special pay are not taxable for monthly wage" earned by the Public Law 880, 84th Congress, a ,
Detachment"A, relieving Comdr. serviceman. former member of the Armed
appeal to all ages and faiths and Social Security purposes.
R.: M. Telfair.
are particularly suited to family is Example: A man in pay grade Forces who becomes totally dis-
Comdr. Martin comes to Jax ".
reading. E-5, with more than 6 and less abled may begin drawing Social ;
from the Atlantic Fleet where he (monthly tax rate of $7.88)) or I
The Christmas Carol: No list of in than 8 years' service, dies lie has Security disability benefits at age
served as the Assistant Air Offi- less, the tax will be deducted
Christmas reading is complete been making a contribution to 50 if he qualifies under the law ,
aboard the USS Lake Cham- equal monthly amounts. How-
without Marley's ghost and cer the Social Security for only 6 and he is not drawing retirement, ,
officers and
plain (CVA-39). ever, many .
months pay or VA compensation becauseof # -to
before which
Scrooge's terrifying helpful as a memo
those in the grade of O-3 and
nightmares-and Tiny Tim. We Comdr. Telfair, who was the exceeds ber of the Armed Forces he receIved his disability. Suppose, for
above whose basic
Officer-in-Charge of FawTuLant instance, a man is separated from
that wherever gratuitous coverage I
hope you are, you $4,200 will be taxed monthly dur-
will find the joyous spirit of that Detachment ALFA since August that was based on an earning rate active duty after 10 years of sere
ing the at the rate of 2Vi%
loving little character. 1955, will report to Norton Air year of $160 per month. lie is survived. ice. Six months later he is in an '.
until the $94.50 total
String Of Blue Beads: Another Force Base, San Bernardino, CaL, by a widow and two children. automobile accident which leaves
reached. Monthly tax for service
where he will assume the dutiesof I
small book is this modern parable academy cadets who receive The widow will receive a month.I him paralyzed. If he is totally

with its special Christmas story. Naval Representative on the ly payment of $130 until the. disabled when he reaches 50, he-
will be $2.50.
$115.15 monthly
Staff of the 27th Joint Air Defense ,
It may be new to many for it older child reaches 18, when the : can begin collecting Social Security

has been released just this year Command. This provision of the new law payment drops to 10880. It remains -' disability benefits.

in its present delightful format. I.. ends the temporary, partial cov- at this level until the ----.0

Fulton Oursler is the author. At the Ladies Aid Meeting erage heretofore extended with- younger child is 18, at which

While The Angels Sing: A many interesting articles were out cost to service personnel. time payment stops. Upon reach

story for adult readers which raffled off. Every member Social Security will provide ing the age of 62, the widow will

carries the thought that "Christ. begin to receive payments of
brought something they no longer monthly Income for: A widow
mas is cumulative" with all its $54.40 per month for the rest of
need. members with children under
Many brought children age
her life if she does not
beauty, delight and faith. The remarry.
modern setting gives it a friendly their husbands." 18, a widow at age 62, dependent SOCIAL SECURITY benefitsfor I

reality in situations, problemsand service members and their

persons readily understood.The CROSSWORD' PUZZLE families are separate from and (Personnel are invited to visit

Story Of Christmas: Chap- ACROSS in addition to, military retire the USO Servicemen's Club at 37

ters trace the ancient festivals West Monroe St. The club it open
ment pay or any form of com-
which contribute to the Chris- r13Century pensation benefits paid by the from 0900 to 2230 dailJl.JThursday

tian tradition and tell of customsin Veterans Administration Dec. 13 Table

other lands and other times. A : blurt A special incentive to make Game Night informal entertain
14-New I>eal r/ If b ment.
richer appreciation for the Sea- ey15ntndlna Onlt' .) Armed Forces a career is pro-
Nulh/ II U 2) I'1'. ," Friday, Dec. 14 Special en.tertalnment .
son is inherent in this informative It-Ueoulrrrf Y'/ vided by the new law, which allows -

fascinating material. It-Glri'a name2oscatters IS 14 r'lJl ... 17 )0 Social Security credit to be NAS orchestra, re-

Story Of The Christmas Card: 21-lirnobl'* V/ counted for time,spent in service freshments.
14-Room In "arlml ""l'.I .4 5 f Sunday Dec. 23 8.00
This custom ; p.m.-
relatively new that is also
may {(-Smooth* over x Y'/ utilized for length-of-
be in danger of complete com- ST-lllch service retired Special Christmas program Gifts
1 y31Rlrer / ,4 n it pay., Previously,
mercialization but to those who *: Jet of fluid 4. such time as "dead time" insofaras and refreshments.

treasure a yearly note from old i .24.ChrlMtinuMI -Burma native. t't"e / 4i Social Security was concerned Tuesday Dec. 25 Christmas

friends and acquaintances the I I 37-snKinn.d VI / 1s 13 rf if' except for members retired for Day Buffet 6.8 P.M. Christmas

Christmas mail brings no greater I e"ntlww.Itl..n. Y'/ physical disability receiving pay Program at 8 P.M. We will be .

pleasure than the cards. Illustrations 't--tlnddf'healing', ..-t 'f1 1 e1 H Sf based upon a percentage of dis very happy to have you spend

demonstrate the '41_All J U I Christmas Day at the USO.
amazing "42-llvlp... I JJ ability.
changes which have taken placein 4<_Obtained E SI SOCIAL SECURITY provides USO Club facilities: parties
> Sf s
this form of Christmas art. !'<*-Rntlrv tUTwu..cJ : : : continuing protection, in civilian singing, dances, games, TV room,

4Z-I'rnhthIt' tllutll .e..eww..wa.w.. r life as well as during service in showers, housing bureau, snack

(4-Kind st th.eno the Armed Forces. Suppose for bar Sunday morning coffee hour
43-1.ma1..1 ep .=9.r6rage.24rasulonN. :: 1>1rli 41. -m"w> 4 4
__ IS)1TW'.ca -. example a man enters service at writing desks, mending and
,M-Vrf oa \ 1-E>|MnlMiiy lCr! wl Ma.r.A pressing *
.-- I t IA.lei.i-H-Hoft drink I* t -1na.eta V.... .&--.....1ettingDOWN age 20, after having worked under check room service, shaving
\ It Imllale4 I. I>-fferi t t- Social equipment
14ybt1Ml60 4 -tats Security as a civilian for recorded music spiritual -

A NAIRCt T _.-T.rrt4 II-W.htoa.IT-TUy 'I Pk......... ,. two years. Assume he retires at guidance Vesper services .

3.-Yxa. I If-I.M'S.saesx1Rabb wreatka t ==t'rI V. age 50, on a 30-year retirement. The USO welcomes all service +
2t-Itrsi .
Jw ;.-........".... 11-)11.. 4.-H.M forth meant/ (pi.--) lie then takes a civilian job covered men and crews of ships visiting
fr '"'i' 11rf1ctt. 41-Vre.eb r4a4, by Social Security and Jacksonville. Special Programs ,

.... (Answer M Page t, Col. 5) ,works until he is 83. The old ace and tours are arranged

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CASH FOR THEIR IDEAS Business is picking up In the Station's Beneficial Suggestion program with scores of employees reaping benefits amounting to $5.
395 within the past five months. In top left panel, two Supply workers receive suggestion checks from Capt. James McKinstry, Supply Officer. Left is Floyd Barnes
I ($25) and right is Faye Brown ($10). In Frank Lurens shows Lt. John Mines of Public Works his Idea for which he earned $190. lie devised a device attached *
to a fork lift tractor to provide a safe stale work platform for persons removing, installing: or repairing overhead joists and similar equipment. At the right
David Lowery explains to Capt. William Dunn, assistant O & R Officer, his idea for eliminating pitting in brake carrier assemblies. He netted $300 for his idea. I

Employees Earn $5,395 Total r.5S Sunday School]

For Ideas In Past 5 MonthsDuring To Present

the past five months NAS Jacksonville employees have XmasPageant

submitted Beneficial Suggestions among which 106 were adopted + f
with 103 of these winning cash awards totalling $5,395. 4 a 3A. A Christmas Pageant by the
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Tangible benefits, or savings- ( ri All Saints Chapel Sunday School
resulting from use of the sugges- Oliver Brown, who received $100. will be presented on Sunday,

tions during the period amountedto SINGLE RECIPIENTS in the December 16 at 1700 in All

$259,860. Intangible benefits beneficial suggestion pot at O & Saints' ChapeL All departments

such as safety and improved R were: David Lowery, $300 and i> and grades have joined in the

methods also were realized. In $25; Lawrence Green, $300; Her- +. .presentation, from the adult

addition to the cash awards, moan Cole, $165; Raymond Howe, J :..>.> > :.. classes to the pre-school children.

three employees Schley Davis, $155; Ralph Mann, $130; Erlyn The pageant Is based on the

'Thomas Dolan and Carl Jones, Geros, Charles Anderson, Walter first and second chapters of St.

,all of the Overhaul and Repair O'Heir and Mary Cook, each $100; i Luke. The program will
received letters of Robert Boyer, $100 and $40 Wal- open
Department, ; I with "O Come, All Ye Faithful;"
,recognition. ter Scott, $95; Anthony Pragale
by the congregation and
and James Wood each Willie sung ,
SEVERAL "TEAMS" of em- $80;
comprise six tableaux with
Weeks, $75, $30 and $20; John ,
iployees reaped cash awards for .
sic by the Junior and Senior
numerous suggestions that were French, $75; and Ralph Thorntonand ', r <.,, :" -d MW .t: ::' -t.; ,, ., '
"? : ,: } : !: ,>', + :, ,_.:, ..,,," Choirs. Mrs. Robert Osman will
adopted. At O & R these teams Edward Nettles, $70 each.
and the
consisted of F. W. Baldwin andS. Also receiving awards at O & IMPROVED METIIOD Walter Scott, of Overhaul and Repair sing "Magnificat" pre
R were Frank Hemingway, $60, Department shows Capt. William Dunn, assistant & R schoolers will- render "Away In
II. Davis, $110; Charles Ed- officer, his beneficial for The will
$25 and suggestion which he received $95. Ills is Manger. Daniel Douglas
$20 $15 Charles Smith
wards and Douglas Henderson, an improved type work bench for carpenter or other mechanics be the Reader.
$100; Rufus Swett and Harley John Touchton, Joseph Cusimano, which is equipped with casters and hydraulic lifting device on one
Whitt, $160 total for,six sugges- Andrew Ski, Olive Ankeny and end to allow swivel casters to be raised or lowered for mobility.fTAR THE FIRST tableau features

tions; Richard Lee and Robert Leonidas Roberts, $50 each; Rich- Jim Boucher as Zacharias, and

Miller, $10; Warren Courson and ard Lee and Maurice Samples, Jane McCracken as the Angel,

Charles Stafford, $185 total for $45 each; Albert Keene, $40; John with the fourth, fifth, and sixth

four suggestions; Olen Henry and I Price, William Clapp, Willie Sapp grades depicting worshipers at

James Leigh, $300; Robert Gay and John Manning, $35 each; Lan- sr j&fcjftjb jfr j-ft the temple. In the second tableau,
and Warren Courson, $10; and tice Green, Julia Parkerson, $30 Pat McCurdy will portray the

Vincent O'Connor and James each; Schley Davis, $30, and $20; Angel, and Diane Helmuth, Mary.

Briggs, $300. Louie Royal, Carl Jones, Helen I- # ...., ... r- """' '' __ .. I
The third tableau portraysMary's
Olsen, Carleton Barber William
(AFPS Weekly Feature)
The single team at Public visit to Elizabeth. Linda
Osterhage Bennett
''Works was Elmer Attaway and Rosakranse, Willie Hughes, Eu- TRIBUTE In New York's two one-hour specials for each of Dexter is cast as Elizabeth and

gene Brunk, D. T. Jewell and plush Cafe Rouge, the band of the next three years. The serieswill Lana Barrett as Mary. Bob White

Johnnie IIowell, $25 each; William Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey wenton highlight Frankie's abilities as Zacharias and Jane Fulghumas

Goyette, $25, $20 and $10; the stand the night of Nov. 26. In dramatic. comedy, and musicfields. as Elizabeth are supported by the

Frederick Vile, $25, $10 and $10; But it wasn't a cheerful band and second grade and Junior High

6 Richard Smith, Carl Smith, Fred there was no banter with the Americana CBS Radio has groups as family and friends.

Huggins, Emmett Rachels, John steady customers. A new vocalist queried listeners on their choicesas THE TIIIRD grade takes the

Bremer Jr., Thaddeus Dombroski, understated the case when she to the year's top ten news part of angles and shepherds in

John Manning, Russell Mitchell, said she didn't feel like singing, stories. Since all the world loves the fifth tableau. The final scene,

$20 each; Harry Hauptmann, but she did her very best. Up I a lover, it isn't a surprise to learn the birth .of Jesus, places the

Thomas: Hebcrt, $15 each; and front, the sweetest trombone in that votes are pouring in to put : first and second grades as Angel,
Thomas Dolan, Ramon Pick, Horace the business, less mouthpiece, lay the; weddings of Grace Kelly and I shepherds wise travelers
Dowling Hugh Ward on an empty chair the musician's Margaret Truman
Robert on a par with and villagers. Molly Byron takes
6F Wagner, Harry Daubert and version of an empty saddlein stories of more sober significance. '
the part of Mary, and Paul Sto\-
Lee a cavalry escort. The Sentimental
Roberson, $10 each. Look aheads
At Public Works those receivingcash Gentleman of Swing had Christmas : er portrays Joseph.

awards were Frank Lurenz, died that day, but the boys in the TV cheer comes' Sunday School Officials have

L $190; Henry Grimes Sr., $150; band said he would have wanted in color this Indicated that the entire'offering,

Sydney Clark, $70; Elvin Carter, them on the stand. The show' t year CBS. taken after the Pageant, will bo
: $40; Donald Wasmund, $15; and went on.Flash TV will air "A sent to the relief of needy

Fred Kimbrell and Hugh Baker, Stargazin' had it first i t / ,t y Christmas Car children in foreign lands.

each $10.Two Frank Sinatra has signed his S '4< :ol" on the I CHAPLAIN J. V. Nickelson

] awards went to Supply first TV contract, a three-year t :night of Dec. chairman of the Pageant Com

personnel, namely Floyd "Barnes job with ABC-TV which calls fora :; 13 with Fredrlc mittee, .and Mrs. .Robert Osman,

J Jr., $25, and Faye Brown, $10. weekly half-hour series and .a. 1\ March as co-chairman, are assisted by Mrs.

Scrooge and R. D. Ettinger, costume chairman,

OVERPAYBY UNCLE SAM TO SERVICEMEN L Sasil Rathbone Mrs. P. M.> Bruening, reading
I /ahra JNorbo1" Enacting Matey's chairman Beesley,
r- ; Mrs. D. L.
\ WHEN DISCHARGED Ghost. publicity chairman; and the costume

Uncle Sam's paymaster could civilian life. Outright refusalto NBC-TV Night offers "Amahl and the committee of Mrs. V. J.

\ : make' a mistake and overpay, comply, they are warned, Visitors" the evening of Anania, 'Mrs. C. W. Rainwater,
: Dec. 24.Zahra.
CALYPSO Patricia Mathews could result in Mrs. A. L. Mrs. R. J.
.. .. a New Yorker, singing calypso or perhaps a change in dependency heavy penaltiesin Boucher, and
i, music in a night club in status went uncorrected some instances. Norbo, '56 version of Moreland.The .
her native Is However, where an honest Miss Sweden, is
I city, only and determined to Junior Choir is directed by
family allotment
r glamorous but also was cited effort is made to repay the become an actress, now 'takin
recently by the Governor of Jamaica collection continued as before. money owed, and funds are lessons. When does g Chaplain Robert Osman and. accompanied -
for her work there with the next by Mrs. Dale Allen.
"l Whichever way it happened, not immediately available plane for Sweden
arrangements take off
authentic calypso music. She'ssaid The Senior Choir, directed also
service personnel who owe the might be set to Bound To Be Read
to be the first non-native up .Boo k- by Chaplain Osman, is accompanied
artist to become a repeat favorite government money must pay it take care of the matter on a stores offer the autobiography of The
at clubs and theatres off fast'once they revert to monthly installment basis. Joe E. Brown, called Laughter Is by Mrs. Lamar Smith.
throughout the West Indies. A Wonderful Pre-school group is accompaniedby
Thing. And
isn't it? Mike Boucher.



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December 1956 Page 5 '

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Select NomineesFor : :;:' ::: ; r.: : : ::: r .

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Employee For 30 Years

Group ElectionsNominees Gov't Service .''a 1

for election to the ,

Employee's Councils and to the Six Naval Air Station employees -

Board of Directors, Employees' five from Overhaul and Repair 1
Association for Civil Service Department and one from II,

Employees, which will be held hon-
LI' Supply. Department, were
Friday, have been posted. ored Monday morning for render- ,

Following is the list of candidates $; ing 30 years of service to the ../:
according to departments: *- k Federal government.

Public Works has nominatedthe (
The employees were presented
following: Council 1, James
30-year' pins by Capt. William S. '
Clifton Nunery Horace
Dixon, ,
Harris, NAS Jax commanding officer ,-
Poole, Robert Tillman and George '
who cited the for '
Watts.. Council 2, Edward Crews,
their service and loyalty. t
Otis Gamble, Johnnie Leavins, 1 f, I IR
Louie Richie and Nathaniel Tay- RECIPIENTS of the anchor- ;
lor. Council 3, Ernest Davis, type lapel pins were Harley ;d

Mathew Grundig and Thomas Buergey, James Cundy, Pressley

Young. Council 4, Huntley Cox, Janson, Newman Willis, William : ,\

Douglas> Hampton, Amos Lee, Hutchings, all from O & R and "+

Faunce McCully, Elmer Osteen Kenneth Mattison, Supply. .,

and Otis Owens. For the Board CITED FOR 30 YEARS' SERVICE While Capt. William S. Harris NAS lax commanding officer One of the employees, Hutch-

of Directors: Clarence Adler, Em- pins the anchor-type lapel emblem for 30 years' federal service on Newman Willis other 30-year ings, had already retired On 30years' .
mett Cochrane, Joseph Hulbert, employees await their turn. Left to right are James C u n d y, O & R; Willis, O ft R; Captain Harris; .-'
Pressley J0", William service on Nov. 1 after ,
R5: Hutching, now retired after 30 years service and employed at O&R
Clyde Kinkle, Shirley. Piper, until NOT. I; and Capt. Thomas D. Tyra, O & R Officer. Missing\ from the photo are Harley Buergey, spending 29 Vi years in civil serv- !
, William Richards; Laurie Rosen- of 0 & R, and Kenneth Mattison, of Supply Department. ice and 1% years active military 1

f berg, Robert Tillman and George duty. Hutchings, who hails froma

I Watts: Home Loan DiscountsHit family steeped in federal serv-

SUP PLY'nAS nominated: ice tradition, had been employedat

i Council 1, James Crowder, Simon NAS Jax for 10 H years, at

I Hash, Gerald McLeod and Annelle NAS Pensacola 15 years and at "

Stokes; Council 2, Elsie Byrd, H. Vets Servicemen"Tight NAS Corpus Christi! for over two }'

II. Franklin, Robert Harvey and NOTE years. f

Henry Young. Board of Directors, money" economy, which is pushing up open-market interest ON THE OTHER extreme New. .,'f

Elsie Byrd, Elizabeth Davies, Paul At a general meeting held in I rates, can effect a veteran or serviceman applying for a WWII man Willis boasts of only % year ,

Harris, Robert Harvey, Gordon the CPO Club last week, M/Sgt. or Korean GI Bill home loan, or an in-service FHA loan.It civilian duty and 34 Vi years in 1

King, Gerald McKinley, Carl Rei- A. J. Cocco< sergeant-major of happens when discount prac- the military. Willis was retired it

ter and Frank Wood. NAS Marine Barracks, was re- tices' in use between bankers and legitimacy is higest in an ex- from active duty here in Jax be- ''

Overhaul and Repair has nomi- elected as president of theclubfor treme tight-money area, when the '
give the buyer less house fore being employed at O & R. ,!
nated: Council 1, Margaret Dear- a six month term commencing than he pays for, this being in loan is for a comparatively large ..I,
Buergey has a total of 26 military -
Jan. 1.Elected.
man, Christine Hartwell, Luther I effect the same as raising the interest amount, with practically no down
duty and six civilian Cundy
Hendricks, Iva Hopper and Al- as vice-president Was rates on the loan. payment and repayment period of ;

bert Kaye. Council 2, John Levcrcnce R. F. Strickland, ADC (AP) of AS AN EXAMPLE builder 25 to 30 years. Since GI loans re- has compiled 27% years of military ;
say a with 2% civilian work Jan-
and Fred Smith Jr. Coun- NAS Operations, for a like termof wants to construct quire little or no down payment, ; :;
a $15,000 son is credited with 26V4 a
cil 3, Edwin Hubbard, Arnold office. home for a veteran or'service they are hit hardest by discounts.The years
military and four civilian:
Nabors and Charles Whisenant. The dining room, ballroom, and years i
man. First he must find in- in Southern
an average duty; and Mattison has logged 21 '
Council 4, Albert Beasley, Clar- bandstand, have been completely
vestor to put up the money. But Southwestern and Western Statesis years active military duty plus 9 .ri
ence Conner, Hiram Fralick, Wil- redecorated, painted and refur- .
with investment 4
but where
four five
money "tight, or percent, years civil service employment.
liam Miner, Harold Stovall, Albert nished. The "new look" of these'facilities the
mortgage banker says he can investment cash is in shortest
White and Jacob Willis. assures CPO patrons a invest the at 10 Employees rendering long and
money a greater re- supply they average percent.
Council 5, Albert Gregory, Theo- fine social spot for the coming turn than the 4tt percent paid by Mortgage bankers are now making faithful service to the govern-

dore Mercuri, Percy Pike, John holiday season. GI loans. However, he will put up plans to get the legal GI loan ment are recognized under the ....
Rossington and Dorothy Williamson. The cocktail lounge currently the money if the builder will dis- interest rate raised from 4% to Incentive-Awards Program of the .

Council 6, Wilber Cooner, under construction on the first count the loan.If five percent, as investors do not Civil Service Commission. \

James Fraser and Floyd Morris. floor of the club is expected to be the builder agrees to 3 per- find them profitable enough un- I't
Council 7, Mark Brazell, Willis about March 15. 't
completed cent, or 97 cents on the dollar, he der the old rate. Congressional
Cannon, Elmer Dorsey, Hiram The club will feature its annual will get $14,550, but the borrower approval is necessary to do this. What Do You Know ,I
Van Houten and Joel Shemer.
Christmas dance on Saturday must repay a $15,000 note with ,,1
About Octane?
Council 8, Elbert Boise, Dorothy evening Dec. 22. No reservationsare interest on the entire amount.The High ;

Farady, Rufus Meriweather and required for this event. other $450 is additional profit for The Ethyl Corporation, explod,1,1
Richard Smith. Council 9, Wash- "j
Attendance wil be limited for the banker, bringing his interestup ing some popular fallacies about ,
ington Anderson William King '
the New Year's Eve dance to be beyond the 4V4 percent agreedon auto fuels, declares that high octane ., '
and James Lamb.
held Dec. 31. Reservations will be in the mortgage. gasoline does not raise oper-. .4

FOR THE BOARD of directors: reguired for this event. The man- Naturally the builder doesn't ating temperatures of engine "

Maxwell Arnold, Dorothy Farady, agement of the club will com- want to take the loss, and avoids parts, nor are they more danger- I..

Edwin Robinson, Walter Scott, mence accepting reservations on it by skimping in the constructionin oils than low octane fuels. There )

and Charles Whisenant. And for Dec. 17. Patrons are requested to I. such ways that even Veterans Is no correlation between high ,_

the proposed Employee's Council- make their reservations..early. Administration appraisers can't volatility and anti-knock qualities r

Inspection: Walter Cornealy, see. To put it simply, the builder f

Lawrence Duck, George Sirmansand takes the $450 out of the house, High octane means the fuel f

Warren Williams. Extend OpenRates' and the veteran pays the extra contains high( anti-knock qualities J

Fiscal has nominated for Coun- interest in the long run. ; high test refers to volatilityor

cil 1: Elizabeth Hoag, Lillian, ProgramTo DISCOUNTING so wide- distillation qualities. .,;',

Weather and Dorothy Yordan. spread that it enjoys a certain The real variation in the "i
Security has nominated for '
July 57 amount of energy produced by a
Council 1 William Harden,
: Have You Ever Tried AYulampoonColdNifes normal fuel in a normal power
Charles Brown and Bob Williams.The The so-called "open rates" pro-
: plant varies with driving condi
Miscellaneous Group, has gram, slated to expire this month, ? tions. The percentage of gasoline "

nominated for the Board of Directors has been given a new lease of converted into
Japan-based Navy and Marine energy power
a combined slate consist- life and will be extended .until
Corps personnel, burned by drops down during part-throttlo f,
ing of: Herman Davis (Fiscal); June 30 of next year. Japanese-style bedwarmers, are t \ operation to as low as 10 percent .
George Duckworth (ID) Wil- directive' issued by BuPers
; The twice shy of the boiling water- /1 in normal city driving. l\\
liam Harden (Security); Bertha (notice 1130)) cut 39 rates from filled metal or earthenware con- '"
;Mehlman (Fiscal) Bert P. list and added seven \ I \
; the shortage
tainers and think there must be a .. ( 1
Poarch Jr. (IRD) ; Margaret new ones, narrowing from 177 in better of warming the icy 1 Marines Enlistment Up
way '
Ridgell (IRD) ; Mary Selby June, 1955:> to '109 the number in sheets. \ Marine Corps enlistments under )

( IRD ) ; Benjamin I St reyComptroller's which I a serious shortage of the six-month program of the
Put on the sick list because of .
( Office) ; William qualified petty officers exists. Reserve Forces Act are running
burns the number of
Todd (Communications) ; Bob The plan to ease rate shortage 642 ahead of the assigned monthly
caused the Navy to issue a warn-
Williams (Security) ; and Doro- permits 12-month "broken serv- quotas for the first third of
ing to beware of the hot little
thy Yordan (Fiscal). ice" Regulars to reenlist without fiscal 1957.Switch "
"yutampos, as the gadgets are '
reduction in rate even though the called. ,

Supervisors Local reenlistee has been out of the From Gamma
as one It MN2, MN3, ET1, IM2 IM3 TEl It. ..
Gathers TonightThe Navy for as long year. Globulin To Vaccine
U- ., AFP&U.,3RADIO ,
National Association of also allows active duty Reserviststo TE2, TE3, PN2, PN3, SC3, SH3, STARLET ,

Supervisors, Local No. 11, will transfer to the Regular Navy, L13, DMC, FP2, FP3, DC3, ML3, ready to celebrate the- Getting adventof The Navy has stopped use of
lets inactive Reservists signuP CD3, CM3, SW1, SW2, SW3, HM3
hold its next regular meeting at and the brand new year, shapely gamma globulin for treating of
for active duty tours, all at UT1, GFI, AK2, AK3, AQ2, A03, actress Lee Fields appears in
1930 tonight at the YWCA, 325 in favor of the Salk .
festive garb. When she Isn't polio, vac-
the same pay grade. PH, PH3, DT2, and DT3.
East Duval Street. celebrating: holidays. Miss! Field cine. BuMed has ordered all medical
All members are urged to at- Out, because no longer needed, Added are SM2, SM3, SOC, ii featured on ABC Radio's
tend. go QMI, GM2, GM3, GSC, FTI, BR1,, ICC, CEC, and BUG rates. "My True Story." offices to turn In their stock.


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Pago 6 JAX AIR NEWS 13 December 1956

Servicemen Warned Of Unlawful

Uses Of New Medical Care ActThis .

( It the third and final! in a series of articles on the Dependents Medical{ Care Act, an aU-important -
piece legislation which became effective Dec. 7. Servicemen not residing with their wives jP

should clip these articles to send to them. In fact, it would be a good idea if all married men saved
these articles. Free back copies of the Jax Air News are available to tho e who desire them)

If the serviceman has not yet done so, he should apply for a Dependent's Authorization for Medical -
Care (DD Form 1173)), which lists his name and other persons dependent on him. This he shoulddo
without delay. .*.

Last week the Jax Air News rollment in a full-time
covered such facets of the law as I
of study in I
course an I
pay, care and eligibility. This institution of higher Correction On Denial 3 ; 4w .

Week's, presentation 'deals with learning approved by Care Information .>
lawful and unlawful angles, cost the Secretary of De .t;
of hospitalization, and types of fense. In the Dec. 6 Issue of the

dependencies, plus other details. C. Parent or parent-in-law, if Jax Air News it was errone-
'MEDICAL SUPPORTS OR in fact dependent for over one- ously reported that the govern- iYffi'K' Wr.,
AIDS: hall of..his or her support; provided ment will pay for civilian dental -- r

If you need any artificial part too, that .he or she is, or care under the new Medi-
of the,body (a limb, or an eye), was at the time of the member'sor cal Care Act. x ,---.---

a hearing aid, orthopedic foot- retired member's, death, living The correct version should "YOU NEVER KNOW WIIATLL TURN UP" So says
wear, or spectacles, you will haveto with the member. read: "Generally, the govern- Leonard Winkler, EN2, in charge of the NAS Lucky Bar. Un-
buy them at your own ex WHAT MUST YOU PAY ment will not repeat NOT, pay claimed gear of all kind keeps piling up at the Lucky Bag. Here
Civil- Winkler looks over a pair of whites to ascertain serviceability
If outside the for civilian dental care.
pense. you are A service dependent in a civilian .
United States or in a prescribed hospital will pay $1.75 a day, ian dental care will be pro-

remote' area within the States or the first $25 of the total cost, I I vided only required' for If You Have Gear Missing
where they are not available from : whichever is' greater. The only : treatment of a medical or surgical ,
private sources, they will be sold 1 additional authorized charges are condition when you area

to you, if available, from Government these: hospital patient. Such care Better Check Lucky Bag
stocks at cost 1. Private Hospital Room: docs not include the cost of

PENALTIES FOR UNLAWFULUSE The above hospital charge, plates or bridges." You name it. The Lucky
: plus (A) 25 percent of the I blues and whites are used by
If a person uses a card to obtain difference between the tures- dislocations, lacerations, Bag has it! I Navy recruiters. Dungarees and

medical care to which he is not cost of the private room etc) outside of a hospital. As of last Friday there were the like are made use of locally
entitled, he may be fined up to 1! and a semi-private room The first $15 of the total approximately 850 pieces of and occasionally when a sailor
$10,000 and imprisoned up to 5 if the attending physician charges in each case. Mul- sailors' gear of all kinds waitingto comes off ship and is short of

years. If you permit another per- certifies that you need a tiple injuries resulting be claimed and 26 assorted gear the Lucky Bag loans cloth-
son to use your card unlawfully, private room and ((13)) the from one accident will be items, including suitcases and ing until the Navy man can pur-
you are subject to the same pen difference between the considered one injury. sea bags, waiting for pick-up at chase new issue.
alties. Be careful! Don't leave cost of the private room 4. Obstetrical Care: Mainstde's Lucky Bag The Lucky Bag is open daily

your card where someone else and a semi-private room The first $15 of the chargesfor Lucky Bag is the catch-all or through the week from 0800 to
could pick it up and use it improperly if you request the private delivery in a home or storage place for all gear found 1500 and also during the noon

room merely for your convenience office, if you are not hos- "afloat," or "adrift. All "gear hour, for the reclaiming of prop-
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION pitalized later. erty.
adrift" is first placed in a container <
: 2. Private.Duty Care By A Registered 5. Diagnostic Tests: i on the second deck of .
It is impossible to cover all of Nurse: (A) Costs above $75 for
Barracks G in the Mainside Barracks :- Special Christmas
the many situations in which you The first $100 of the cost tests before hospitalization area. If the gear is not
_ may receive medical care at Government and 25 percent of the 'for bodily injury or sur- claimed within a week, then it is
expense. The basic facts charges over $100 when gery.B I taken to the master Lucky Bagon I' Services, SundayAt
are covered here. For more detailed the attending physician ( ) Costs above $50 for the main deck. 'I
information, get in touch certifies that you need this tests after hospitalizationfor All SaintsA
with the nearest uniformed services care. bodily injury or surgery The master Lucky Bar Is In

installation. 3. Treatment Of Injuries (frac- > 1 reality a storage room where pre-Christmas religious serv-
WHO IS A DEPENDENT: ] -------- personnel may reclaim all kindsof ice will be held at AU Saints'

Are you closely related to a SUMMARY OF ELIGIBILITY Provided rear. It Is so filled with a Chapel this Sunday, in order to
member of the Armed Forces-or Civilian Service variety of Items, It resembles a reach personnel based aboard the

tp a member of the commissionedcorps Facilities Facilities pawn shop. Naval Air Station who will be

of either the U. S. Public Lawful wife of active serviceman Yes Yes Gear that is not reclaimed is going home on regular holiday
Health Service the U. S. Coast leave.
or disposed of in several Some
Lawful children under 21 of active duty serviceman Yes Yes ways. !
and Geodetic Survey Is he (or Dependent parents 'or parents-in-law No Yes At 0800 Episcopal Communionwill
she) on active duty or on active- be observed, with ChaplainJ.
Dependent lawful husband of active duty
duty-for-training for more than servicewoman Yes Yes Commissary Store V. Nickelson, of the Naval Air
30 days? Is he (or she) retired? Technical Training Center, officiating
lawful children not past twenty-third birthday
Or were you closely related to a (if dependent) enrolled full time in an approved Opens -Service Sunday School for all ages
member who died on active dutyor institution of higher learning Yell Yes will meet at 0930.
Meat Counter
after retirement? If you can Two
Unremarried widow or dependent widower of general Protestantwry-
answer yes in any of these cases, deceased serviceman who died while on Installation of the new self ices will feature special Christmas

you qualify as a service dependent active duty or retired status No Yes service 'meat cases in the Com- music by the Chapel choir. Mrs.

providing you related as Children past twenty-first birthday (unmarried) missary Store has been com- Robert Osman will sing a solo,
shown below: dependent upon serviceman, and incapable of "Listen to the Lambs," by Dett, .
wife. pleted it has been announced. .
1. Lawful ,
self-support because of physical or mental and the Hallelujah Chorus from
2. Unremarried widow. incapacity;which developed.before twenty-first Store patrons can now shop with- Messiah, by Handel. An offer-
3. Lawful husband, if in fact birthday Yes Yes out 'any delay or waiting in line. tory violin solo will be given by
dependent on the member or retired -
Root AA
Barbara playing an arrangement
member for over one-half; of "Adestes
? Fideiis"and
of his support. ''.Y; tiY Ms., 8;,"u?h:;+ Y+:'s.. .., '. '" .. "Silent Night.
w ? : : : ;'
4. Unremarried widower, if he
>* % $ ?'t"P'' '
YH W Chaplain R. E. Osman will deliver -
was in fact dependent on the s.. #P '
f'Tr the
+ ? sermon at 0930, on the
member or retired member at
t S '#iw Wdx FaY topic of "The Christmas Messageof
the time of her death for over "
Peace. The 1100 sermon will
one-half of his support becauseof
be delivered by Chaplain J. A.
a mental or physical incapa
Davis on the topic of "How to be

city.5. Unremarried legitimate child Happy"

(including an adopted child or ; Christmas carols will be sung
step-child who is: Y by the United Fellowship of Pro-
testants in the wards of the Naval
(A) Under 21 years of age.
(D) Over 21, but dependent Hospital, starting at 1900, with
tYPPriPA Chaplain W. R. Bryant directing.
for over one-half of his
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support because of a
f mental or physical incapacity AE School' Honors

that existed before Earned By Price
.vv aYYt
he w
was 21.
Myron Price, AEIAN, of Sacra-
(C) Under 23, but dependent
: for over one-half of his mento, Calif., was the honor stu-

support because of en Y dent of last week's graduatingclass
> :".Yt t ,; A s at Aviation Electrician'sMate
New. Use For Golf Clubs tQ J i <: :' School Class
The heads of old golf clubs Eu'J; ; 4t :tii _:t'i,@>> A:1'i "..d !i"t"4" tt.t; >;; u> "1"Jy: ,t .4:, Center. A at NATT-

cleaned and attached to an appropriate JAX INGENUITY Walter Tarr, leadlngman welder of Plant Maintenance Division Overhauland
base make fine book- Repair Department, checks over a steel enclosure fabricated in his shop from sheet metal steel I Price has been assigned to Air
Finish with thinned white received through the excess property lists. The only cost to the Navy was transportation charges. The Early Warning Squadron One
ends. enclosure will contain six auxiliary -power units, protecting them from weather on the flight line. The ,
shellac. trailer on which the enclosure rests,was abe fabricated from salvage material. Barbers point, Hawaii.f" .


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13 December 1956 AIR NEWS Page 7 .

Airmen Aces Take Hospital, Fasron 6

Center Keg LeadThe '

Airmen Prep Aces broke a YJ # -F Stay Unbeaten In ;

deadlock with the Marine Avia- S

tion Detachment keglers and Mainside B-Ball

surged into undisputed first placein
Hospital and Fasron Six share
the NATTCenter Intramural
Bowling League. the top rung in the Mainside Intramural a

WON LOST basketball league with j
AN.P-l f. ',68 8MarAvDft } three straight victories apiece.In 1

NavAlrWeapS-2 >64 J 12 14 games last week and early ..
AK School 47 25NavAlrWeaps this week Fasron Six won over' J
I M "XA r
.AN.P.2.. :16 .7 6 Fasron 109, 58-50, and added another -
3 2S 36
with win VAII-
AE School 25 47SupSpllnteri a over
21 22 47 46AGO1 3. Hospital meantime was keep

NavAlrWeaps-3 12 56 ing pace by walloping FAW-11,
AGO 10 64
90-30. ?
4 .
VW-4 stayed in contention by

Pen Pals, Stinkers trouncing VFP-62, 46-39, and O&R '

\ 4, kept in the picture. by downingX2
Pace Wives' KeglersA \ division, 53-49, and took a .

.: forfeit over Operations.In .
game of 220 turned in by :
other tilts Fasron 10
the second
Dot Tripp highlighted
week of play in the Enlisted drubbed Faetu, 70-44; Medicalwon
: V ;-18 49-42 Marines
over ;
Mens' Wives Bowling league.
w I. measured VP-5, 57-43, and
Ten Pals 4 2 swamped Fasron 109, 67-43; and
Stinkers 4 2
(>t'ut't":1: : Supply won on forfeit over Op-
Splits 3 3
Trailers 3 3Kool d
Woodpeckers :I"l'hoppen LOST rrr, .
2.4 _-_ .. .. ___.S Hospital Faxron Six 3 0 i 1000 ran '
VW-4 7 1 .fif06
Admin MAINSIDE COURT ACTION Norm Bean (17)) of Fasron 109 drives in and pops one In with a Marine 2 1 .666 ri ric
Cops jump shot as Paul Ortli ((12)) and Charlie Payne (20)) of FaetuLant attempt to block the toss. Fasron I \VFP-62 Ml3Kairon 2 2 1 I .666,666
109 won this Mainside Intramural basketball loop encounter, 70-44. 109 ,6(>6
HonorsThe OAR 2 1 ..fi4 o6 S
X2 1 I .r.oo

Administration golfers 1957 Sports Slate Fliers Host Gordon Friday; VIMS Medical Faetu 1 1 1 2 2 1 .33.3.rro\.1.1:

walked oft the 9th green Mon- Operations 0 2 .000
Sup 1y Fiscal 0 2 .000
day as champions as they defeated RcvealcdlJyNavy FA'0 3 :.000
Patrick AFB Here VP-5 0 3 ..000
Nartu in the playoff game The Navy's sports schedule for .
for the Mainside Intramural Golf
1957 includes championships in
crown. having their wings clipped twice last week, Jax Navy's Marines Chalk Up
boxing, basketball, bowling, ten-
The score was 6-3 as Adminis- Fliers returned<< to the win column with an 84-34 triumph over
nis, golf baseball and Softball.
trationmen Bob Taylor and John Glynco, Ga. CIC. Two Cage Wins

Christy, paced their club with 41's. Dates and host commands are: The Fliers, who were spanked
4 Com One McNamara hitting for 28 and Winning twice last week the
FINAL STANDINGS boxing March ; 105-53 Florida Southern Col-
WON LOST rcr. by Tobin 24. Jim Good
Roy meshing NATTCenter Marine basketballfive
basketball March 18 Com
Administration 62 28 .r 89Kartu lege and 83-60 by a starstuddedFort
M'4 27 4 .683 Five; bowling April 8, Com topped the Fliers with 18 points, managed to regain its foot- +
.,, Gordon Ga. before
Nartu M :31 >6 quintet
Operations ftO 31 .617 Twelve; tennis Aug. 12, Com home I followed by Marty Bosses with 11 ing on the victory trail.
Hospital 45 36 .5r>5 measuring Glynco, play at and Chet Foster with 10.
The Marines beat
the Univer-
VFP-62 :W 34 .525 Eleven; golf Aug. 12, Com Six; Friday and Saturday night. Fri-
Supply' Flllcel12''', 48V4 .401 baseball Aug. 26, Coast Guard, host the Fort ONE OF THE better service sity of Florida Frosh here, 81-68, rand
8Iron 32 49 .395! day they strong
to'A W.ll 22'4 M',4 .276 Cape May, N. J., and softball Gordon crew and Saturday en- clubs, the Fort Gordon Signaleers, then took the measure at "
ComPalrJaxJO I' 61 ..246Mittmen Sept. 2, Commander in' Chief, U. tertain Patrick AFB. Both games paid a visit to Mainside Gym Turner AFB 76-68, in a road en-

I S. Atlantic Fleet. (AFPS) will be played in Mainside Gym last Wednesday and proved too counter. "
Place at 2015. much for the Fliers. Ralph Beckr Against the Florida yearlings it
former West Virginia star. was Jim Pugh and Don Holman '
Hare, Powers Pacing TilE 84-34 verdict over Glyncowas led the Army attack with 32 who led the attack, Pugh getting .
3rd, 4th In Best Ball TourneyThe the result of some sharp points. Ray Shalk followed with 25 points and Holman netting 16.

shooting and ball handling. 22. The Fliers were led by Jerry Holman also garnered 24 against
AAU TourneyThe second round of the Men'sBest Mickey King and Sam I loll ings- Crowder with 13, Jim Good with Turner that was good for evening
Ball Tournament at the worth stole scoring honors with 11, and Marty Bosses and Sam scoring honors.

Jax-Navy boxing team Golf course shows the team of 17 points apiece, with Jerry Hollingsworth with 10. The Marines, who are in for a

scored heavily last week in the Bill Hare and George Powers in Crowder netting 12. Littleton wasGlynco' JAX NAVY (60) FT. CORDON ((8.1) busy weekend, opened competition -
front with a score of 136. with 12. Foster 6 F Fa her 9 in the
Novice division of the Florida high scorer King ___ F Smith city league last night
Association of the Amateur Ath- In hot pursuit is the team of The Fliers met a tartar in Good :=...,.,. 11 1 F Witt -== 4 against the Langley Oldsmobile
letic Union boxing champion- Harvey Stanatis and Jim Sed- Florida Southern. The collegianshit Joyre _._10 5 F C QilvlnHolllngsworth Shalk _2'l 4 quintet at the Andrew Jackson ';

lacek with 137. from angle with Bobby"sVISn"TWO C Vox __.... ... 2 High School are scheduledto
ships. Five Jax boxers reachedthe every Crowder _.13 G Becker _.3'J gym,
finals of the championship Bosses _____10 G Conrad 8 meet Fort Gordon, Thursday,

activity and four walked off with r- Y and Patrick AFB, Friday at o"J

titles. S. Fasron Six Rilling NATTC. .1
Renaldo Graza, Marciano Ma- L
lanzo, and Bob Walters copped Keg Roost

first place honors in the Novice Sailing Club .;
division T\ In the ever-shuffling Mainside
while Al Stensrud cap

. tured his gold trophy,'emblematIc ifi.a __..Si Intramural Bowling league Fas- Enters Gator !
of first place, in the Open divi- ; ron Six has moved from fourthto ,

first place in a week's time. In
sion.WHEN Bowl
THE TOTALS were in, second place is FAW-11. RegattaWith

Jax had enough points for a sec- Results of the week's matches

ond place team standing in the { 4S OYf showed ComFairJax shutting out the delivery of their long

Novice division and fourth place ; 9 y n Special Services 4-0; VFP-62 over awaited Rhodes Bantam sailing
position in the Open where they lIi VW-4, 3-1; FAW-11 over Hospital : craft imminent, the Jax Navy ..

had but two fighters entered. : 3-1; Dispensary over Commu- Sailing Club has entered in the

Graza won the 125-pound No- nications, Fasron Six defeating forthcoming Gator Bowl Regattawhich

vice championship by constantly Faetu, both through forfeit; Hospital is to be held on the watersof

rushing his opponent, John Dixonof ---i defeating O&R Officers, 3-1; the Florida Yacht Club Satur-

Wilder A. C., and throwing a Nartu downing Personnel, 3-1; day and Sunday, December 15

ceaseless barrage of punches most i VW-4 over Fasron 109, 3-1; Waves and 16.Entries.
of which accounted for second bowing to VFP-62, 3-1; Faetu in the regatta includethe

round technical knockout. 14 7, over VFP-62, FAW-11 over Florida Yacht Club, Rudder
MARCIANO Malanzo won his Special Services, O&R Whitehatsover Club, St. John's Club and Jack- '1

title unopposed when his oppon- O&R Officers, Special Serv- sonville Yacht Club.

ent in the Novice 132-pound class n ices over Marines, all by a score Tentative arrangements have
defaulted due to an injury. of 3-1; Faetu shutting out Per- been made as to who will skipperthe

Bob Walters, the Jax middle- sonnel, 4-0; and Fasron Six tieing four craft for the Navy team.

weight sensatiop, sprained a VFP-62, 2-2. Bantam 571 (Alpha) will be piloted -

thumb in the first round against BOWLING STANDINGS by Tom Knowles, 572 (Beta)

Warren Bracey of West Palm +9 WON LOST PCT. Unbehaun, 573 (Gamma) Art ;
Beach AFB, but went on to gaina )Fanon'AW.l1 Six 88 31 20 19 .f,655 61 Northrup and 574 (Delta) Robert

unanimous decision despite his Feu 3.19 645 Woodside.
36 :u .6(10
injury.Al 109 M:16: .567
Stensrud showed his class V OAR Whluhata 31 3.1 2S 28 .554.641 I f*SteU WAUT TO L.CAI7IS,f r
MarlnH 2S 23 .521 MCVAUO WHAT TO OO
in the 147-pound Open class when
OAR Officers 28 28 .54'10 ALWAYS QEMEMBERTI4A1'USAF
he smartly outpointed Ernest POINTS Marty Bosses ((10)) of the lax Navy Dispensary 30 ao ..5tX) 1 STARTS W7.t'YOU :,..-
Roussell of West Palm Beach. Fliers tosses in a two-pointer against Fort Gordon In their clash Com.'alrJu! : 30' 30 .500Nartu I
John Dixon of Green Cove here last Wednesday. The Army quint subdued the Filers 8360. 2299 31 f .R3 ;7
Identifiable players are Fliers' Chet Foster ((24) and Sam Holllngs- Personnel 19 30 .3AA .' 3
Navy defeated Jax's Don Bishop worth left front) and Fort Gordon men Al Facln ((16), Ray Shalk, Communications 5en'lce. 20 36 ..357Special
for the Novice 139-pound title. and Ed Galvin (under the basket). w n :; :m. --

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Generous : : "': : ; .
::1'; : bot + BREEZES"What +

(Continued From Page One) happened after you were 1

livered to the family. thrown out the tide exit on your

Persons of other commands and faceT"
departments In the area who "1 told the usher that I be.,

wish to contribute to the Navy rata :a it longed to a very important
Exchange benefit drive may do family."
so by bringing cash donations or "So what
JJ clothing to H. D. Rutledge in the t S "He begged my pardon! askedme
JiJii main Navy Exchange office here, in again and threw me out'
or contacting him at extension : the front door."
446. ; .a.5' F

"So you have been cured from
your insomnia? It must be a
Jax Air great relief." .

(Continued From Pare One) "You said it. Why I lie awako
half the night thinking how I
rier USS Saratoga, Fighter used to suffer from it."
I Squadron 13; Attack Squadron .
14, Attack Squadron 45, and
As the doorman ran down to
Heavy Attack Squadron One, .... open the limousine door, he
plus Detachment 43. of VFP-62,1 tripped and rolled down the last
The Saratoga was due in Nor- four steps.
folk this week.
"For heaven's sake be careful,"
,. cried the club manager, "they'll
95 EnsignsContinued think you're one of the guests;.

( From Pace One) cHAPPY t Hertzog was not as good a hunter *
graduated since the school was as he pictured himself in tellIng *

'i:'' initiated in February 1952, with accounts of his adventures,
yrx&w.ZAFOS the majority of these coming in but what he Tacked in ability he
the last two years. had in confidence. Duck hunting
EJECTOR-SEAT/" Over 120 officers have received with some friends early one
orders to report to the AGO d morning he sighted his game
School for the class convening HOMECOMING Families and friends of the crews within easy shooting distance. As
January 7.Housing. of the USS Lake Champlain and USS Forrestal stream up the his double blast broke the still
mmmm > gangway in a warm greeting: home to hundreds of personnel from ness of the morning the bird went
Jax units aboard the two carriers. The ships furnished light refreshments -
Available Ai as the families and personnel got together for their squawking away.
For Rent happy reunion.Advanced. "Fly on, you fool bird," shouted
New Fufn. Gar. Apt. 2261 ForbesSt. Magnolia Springs lertzog" "Fly on with your stubborn
$60. Mo. EV73077. Durent. heart shot out!"
3Bdrm. Unfurn. Use 3840 Herschel -I A number of two and three School Program S
St. EV98037. Wilson. bedroom units are available to A gunner's mate home on
2-Bdrm. Home on river. Furn. or military personnel at the Mag- leave, was sitting with his cat before -
Unfurn. EV73694. Graff. nolia Springs Housing Project located Offers New Training LookThe an old-fashioned stove His
Gar. Apt. Furn. 2259 Forbes St. about 15 miles south of the wife had to go out and warned
$60. Mo. Durent. Main Gate, on Highway 17. Navy Enlisted Advanced School Program, designed to provide him to keep his eye on the firo.
4Rm. Upper Apt. Furn. 2654 Dell The apartments come kitchen the Navy with engineering skill "in uniform," sent 54 selected She went out. The gunner's mate
wood. Safer. equipped, furnished or unfur- petty officers to Purdue University last September for two years of fell asleep and the fire in the
Apt. 4525 Headley St. EV82039. nished. Inspection is welcome at engineering training, and will send an even larger number in 1957. stove died out. Upon her return

For Sale any time, and applications may be Eligibility depends upon beinga in the Navy. the wife took one look at her

2Bdrm. CBS Hse. Orange Park. made through the Project Man P03 or higher, under 25 years While Purdue is the only uni husband snoring andjust in fun
screamed "Fire1"The
Congress 44151. Aglund. ager. old and a high school graduateor versity operating with the pro ,
16' x 8%' Aluminum Rm. for Use. Rentals range from $65 to $68 its equivalent. Other requirements gram this year, other universitieswill husband leaped to attention
Trailer. $200. ThrailkilL Lot 3, for a two-bedroom unit, and $75 include physical qualification join in 1957 and 1958 All tuition tore open the door of tho
Azalea Trailer Park. to $80 for three-bedroom unit, the recommendation of the fees, books and expenses, as stove, rammed in the cat,
3-Bdrm. Hse. 2357 Hyde Park Rd. both unfurnished. Furniture may candidate's commanding officer, well as full pay and allowances, slammed the" door and cried F :
EV-8-2869 or Cecil Field Ext be rented at monthly rates of conduct marks of 4.0, a proficiency will be paid by the Navy. Fam- "Fire Two! .
426, 427 or 428. Robinson I $3.25 for a one bedroom unit rating of 3.5, United State, lies of the men also will be
3Bdrm. Hse. 4349 DeMedic Ave. (when available); $4.00 for a citizenship, and eligibility for a moved to the university. Wealherby-Goddard
EV88638. Lt. Fuller. two-bedroom unit; and $5.00 fora secret or higher clearance TilE PETTY OFFICERS will

2-Bdrm. CBS Use. 5232 Camille three-bedroom unit. HE MUST ALSO AGREE to re- wear civilian clothes,,attend the Match Tops Archery

Ave. GI equity. $49. Mo. EV-7 Further information may be obtained enlist or extend his enlistment so same engineering classes with The Jax Navy Freelancers heldan
1296. Ext. 8553 Williams. I from the NAS Housing that he has six years of obligated other students, and have the op Intra-squad shoot last Sunday
miscellaneous Office in Building 1050. duty when he is accepted into portunity for extra-curricular activities that featured a broadhead match
Wanted: Ride to Pensacola Dec. NEASP. as the rest. The course between Bill Weatherby and Carl
20-21 for 2 Wks, share expensesand transportation to San Diego, covers freshman and sophomoreyears Goddard.
help drive. EV41485. Calif. Leaving on Jan. 2 or 3. After all that, he must pass a of electrical engineering, The squad was divided up into
Shaffer. CWO Lambert, NATTC Ext. rigid screening test, be named bya and includes come course specifically two teams composed of Bill Wea
Wanted: Riders to help drive to 8447 or EV90076. Personnel special selection board, survive designed to the Navy's needs therby, Floyd Railsback, Bill
Detroit or Cincinnati, about making trip will aid in driving a period of instruction and Two summer study periods are Henry, and Florence Wood on
Dec. 15EV84269. Kemps. I a '56 Chrysler. screening at the Naval Prepara- included.On one side comprising team "A";
tory School, in Bainbridge, Md., completion of the two and Carl Goddard Rose
Wanted: Lady to share trailer and Wanted: About 20 service personnel Weather-
expenses. 5051 Collins Rd. Ext for Christmas rush work. and finally be acceptable to the years' work, the petty officers are by, Clyde Brown and Roger Wood
486. Apply Manpower Inc. 905 university. Only then is he set to assigned to billets in the Fleet, ashore forming the "B" team.
Wanted: Anyone desiring free Lynch Bldg. EL51605. embark on an engineering careerPUZZLED stations, or with squadrons The Goddard and Weatherby
where their particular abilitiescan match which ended deadlocked
be best utilized. After four at 400 apiece, highlighted the action -
years with the operating forces, that saw the "B" team cop
the men who have made good the honors 17531455.
records and are still qualified,
will get another two years of col away from 20-year retirementand
lege work in engineering at the retainer pay, and many, if
same university where they completed not all, will elect to stay even
; ? their first two years of beyond 20 years to take advantage
-i-: 4; TH' :;- work. In Exchange, they must of the retirement benefits.
-t MORE THAN 1100 applications
ship over for another six years.
DURING THE FINAL two were received for the 1956 class,

years in college they will ,have due to wrong ratings, over age or
opportunity to' major in areas lack of other, minimum require..
of engineering of specific value to ments. No waivers were granted
the Navy in the' most advancedand and none will be in 1957. Of 900
modern engineering subjects screened, 800 were returned to
On getting their degrees, eitheras BuPers in time for grading.

commissioned officers or petty
officers, the men will again be as_ HO BA H APE
signed to the operating forces fo ALOE 0
duties requiring their specia ANN PR AO
abilities. After four years of active QD 1 D 00
duty, they will be free to T
leave the Navy. 1 P AIN
The program seems certain to
____ -- __ < "w_ _,' _._ -- assure the Navy of much needed I IR IR
BY PLOTTERS Capt Adrian Connally. USAF attempts to explain to Lcdr. Tada- highly skilled engineers throughthe B E LNG L
ahI Fnjimot, .Japanese Nary, the Intricate functions of the aircraft pfotUnir board at the Ground program which requires 1 6 Q u DE
Observer Corps Filter Center in Jacksonville. Lcdr. FuJimoto currently attending AE-B Schoolat of obligated service N
NATTCenter, was amazed at the Idea of civilian personnel fittof up their free time to aid in plane years
potting and tracking. plete. That is only four years (Answer To Page 2 Futile)


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