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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 10, 1957


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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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,.' DueTwo
+ "
': ) of the Navy's newest
combat jet airplanes will be
seen in the Jacksonville skies

soon, with one of them slatedto
arrive sometime this week.

Four of the pint-sized A4D
t ; y: Skyhawks smallest and lightestjet J
combat: plane in the nation's

aerial defense arsenal, were

,._ ....... ...__....._______m scheduled to arrive Tuesday but
TWO MORE SOUND BARRIER CRASHERS With the arrival of the A4D Skyhawk (left) smallest and lightest jet combat planein had not landed by press time.
the defense arsenal and the supersonic F8U Crusader (right), world's fastest Jet fighter the Jacksonville area will have six Jets No word had been received on a
capable of breaking the- sound banter The A4D slated to arrive this week will be flown by Attack Squadron 34, while the Crusader, of their arrival.
due in February is assigned to Fighter Squadron 32. Both squadrons are units of Fleet Air Jacksonville. postponement
Five more of the A4Ds, to be assigned .
to Attack Squadron 34
based at NAS Cecil Field are
slated to come in ,next week.

THE WORLD'S fastest Navy
flIflLIi8 jet fighter is also coming: to Jax.

The first group of the supersonicF8U
Crusader is scheduled to are
rive at NAS Cecil Field in mid-

February to be assigned to Fighter -
Squadron 32.
Vol-14 No. 40 U S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Flo. 10 January: 1957 Eight VF-32 pilots and the

Commander of Air Group Three

124 EnsignsReport alit// t Pay Boost are at NAS Patuxent River Md. I
being checked out in the Crusader j

To CAPABLE OF atomic delivery
In Store For the bantam A4D will Toe ferried

AGO SchoolThe 1 here from El Segundo Calif. The

4 Skyhawk raises to six the number
first Aviation Ground Officers
School class of 1957 con: Military? jets
vened this week. (Please turn to Pate 8, Col. 2)

Among the 124 students who L\. ti \ Recommendations of the

reported course were for five the Brazilian eight-week Naval .. : :Cordiner has been studying Committee service, which pay AN-P School

officers and one Brazilian Marine ;# s
i for the past six months, are
Corps officer. rL now nearing completion. Now Called
The Brazilian officers are Lcdr, A' .
small across-the-board
Leo Roza, and Lieutenants Jun- pay
increase is indicated, but the AvFundPAn
ior Grade Hercel Teixeira Celso
I main emphasis is said to be on
Pinheiro Jorge Ribeiro, and
I critically skilled personnel. old name became passe
Pedro Sebastinay. The Marine with 1956.and the former Air
Corps officer is Capt. Nelson IF APPROVED by the Administration man Preparatory School des
Maia. and by Congress, an .
ignate at the Naval Air Technical ,
THE U. S. NAVY Ensigns are : bt official, revealed--the proposals Training Center now is -l
John Adams John Albertson, would recognize living cost: increases sailing under new colors.

Matthew Armitage, Jack Bass, and the impact of "takehome" The name is Aviation Fun
John Batcheldcr Max Bellune pay cuts: in the survivor
'. damentals (Class P) or abbre
II. A. Berliner Jr., C. T. BjerkeJr. .. :.. ..,. . benefits law; establish revised viated: AVFund (P).
., John Blaul Roswell Bond, pay-grade structures with in-step The school trains
Alan Booth Ronald Bredemeier $10,000 CHECK FOR NAVY RELIEF-A check for $10,000 advancements in place of the Marines
advance installment of the Navy Relief Society's share in proceedsof Women Marines and Waves in
current: longevity fogies; and un
John Bowers Donald Burnham, the 1956 Navy-Duval Community Fund Drive completed in the basic principles of avia-
R. G. Carson Jr., Phillip Chappel, November is presented by Capt. William S. Harris (left), commanding derscore the skilled expensively tion and its rating structureand
John Cirino, Morton Clark, W E. ; officer of NAS Jax to Capt. Francis Burke senior Chap trained servicemen who now them for
Collins, Robert Colt, E. I. Con- lain and director of the Society. At the right is Airs. King Fortson, leave the service at a rapid rate prepares special
ized schools.A .
executive secretary of the Navy Relief Society.
to Enter private industry.
dren Jr., Timothy Cooley A. E. similar school for sailorsis
Coombs Jr., W. D. Copeland Jr., WHAT MAY DEFEAT the pro- located at Norman Okla.
Frank Coughlin. Big Year For Exchanges posals is the high price tag attached
Thomas Dcmboskl Robert ; which will have to be soldto

Dooling, Robert Dunn John the Bureau of the Budget and 8,000 Treated In '56
Egan Stephen Ellis Jimmie Congress. The selling point will
Evans Rodney Fink William Foresee Wider VarietyThe be savings from reduced personnel At Center Denial Unit
turnover and less retraining
Flanagan Williams Flanders Edward Nearly 8,000 persons were
Franco Paul Frank, Jerrold Navy Exchange Group which includes NAS Jacksonville, needs. Another point is that total treated at the Dental Office of
Fuller T. J, Gallagher Jr., Law NAS Cecil Field NATTCenter Naval Hospital NS Green Cove personnel strength can: be more the Naval Air' Technical Training .
rence Gallion, Walter Gant A. C. Springs and NAS Glynco Ga., reports not only the best year in its easily cut if pay increases serve Center during 1956 figures
Gianulias Charles Gill Richard history but its biggest Christmas sales volume.In to hold skilled men now in uni released by that department this

Godown, John Goldthwait. form. week revealed.A .
spite of the fact that national
in present prices is planned for
GLENNON GRIFFIN Joseph The Cordiner proposals should total of 7,931
surveys across the country: reveala all exchanges and ship's stores
Haddad, L. C. Hamiter Jr., Rob- disappointing sales volume in this if the House Armed clear the Pentagon and the Ad- I treatment most of them
ert Harwood Thomas Hinton December business in the local: Services year Committee approves. ministration by Feb. 1. for more than one visit.
Michael Iloey, Harold Holcomb
Navy Exchange Group exceeded DESPITE INCREASED operat
Richard Horan C. K. Hutchinson, all expectations. A doubled orderof ing costs Navy Exchanges so far
Process Of
Leo Hylan, Alan Johnson Walter Being Designated
Christmas trees practicallysold have been able to cut rather than
Johnson, Clifford Kahl Richard
out. The fastest items
increase number.of
on a
Katz, Daniel Kernan H. T. proved*lo be electrical appliancesand articles. officials anti
Navy now
Knight, Brett Lashelle John Striker More Selective Now
jewelry. For the children: cipate that unless manufacturersraise _
Lawrence Lewis Saylor
bicycles wagons and mechanicaltoys their charges: they can con:
Levitz. Becoming a designated striker is more difficult now according:
Stephen Loftus, Philip Lynch were tops on the list, with tinue to avoid passing increased to qualifications set up by BuPers Inst. 1221.1A.
dolls, both big and little, the operating costs to the
on cus
(Please turn to Page, Col. 3)) According to the Instruction
choice for girls. tomers on items now stocked. issued Sept. 4, 1956 there are I ing. Under the policy more con

AS A RESULT, coupled: with However on the new list of only two ways in which to become trol will be placed on the numberof
More Platters At optimism regarding 1957 sales items proposed for service stores, a striker. A Class "A"I men who are designated strik.
volume the NAS Jacksonville retail some wholesale price limit increases school must be successfully completed : -' ers in specific ratings and the
Navy ExchangeThe store the Country Store and are sought in order to al. or a sufficiently high quality of'the individuals so des

Navy Exchange Office the Service Station operated by (Please turn to Page S, Col. 4) score on a service-wide examination ignated will be kept at a high
: the Navy Exchange will soon be level.
has procured another large for advancement to indicate
open one night weekly in accord WEATHER OUTLOOK Regulating school and
quantity of used 78 RPM records qualification for a,specified rat' quotas
to be sold at a very low with the Commissary Store. The I Thursday Partly Cloudy and ing even though the final multiple allowing for designated strikersin
price. These records are reported Exchange also foresees a better : warm. and/or examination score areas where additional person
to be in better condition : selection and wider variety of I Friday Partly Cloudy with was not high enough to warrant nel are needed are aims of the
items in 1957 than hitherto has instruction. is also
and consist of later song occasional showers and cooler. promotion. new plannedto
hits than the first shipment.Sale been offered here. Saturday Partly Cloudy: and THE POLICY'S overall effect, limit designation of strikers
starts Monday Jan.. 14. In fact expanded lines of more cool. is to give a more centralized: con. for ratings where an excess of
I costly merchandise at no increase I Sunday Cloudy and coot: trot over enlisted personnel rat- *(Please turn U Page 9,CL 5)

r A i iJ1I I

Page 2 I JAX AIR NEW 10 January 1957

XDt Civil Service 74 Years Old; New Family ID

Employees Play Vital RoleThe The Card new Readied family Identifica.

Published every Thursday for Nary an4 VlarUi activities at Naval Air tion card for medicare
Station Jacksonville. florid pre.
of the of the Civil Service Act will
NAP Jacksonville 74th anniversary signing viously described: for service
Capt. William S. Harris Commanding Officer be observed by the U. S. Civil Service Commission and all Federal personnel has
Comdr.. Robert IL Smith _...___.. Executive Officer already been
Sleet Air .Jatlll.UIe departments and arencies: during the week of Jan. 13-19. scrapped and a still newer
Roar Adm. Dclbcrt S. Cornwell __ Commander one.
Capt. S S. Sfarcjr, Jr. -.,.__._.. DId o( Ktalf The; observance will be basedon day that figure has increased to service approved, sent to the
Fleet Air >VI.c Eleven printers.The .
Capt. Bpwrn F. MrLeodComdrrj. ,,, Commander the theme "Know Your Gov- more than two million, making
a White ...__. ._ Chief Stall Officer "Civil
Naval Air Tec--iraJ Trai-Uf Center ernment, organized as a Uncle Sam the largest employerin newest form, DD 1173

Comdr. Edward W. Bishop Commanding Officer Service Report to America" issued the world. will be good for medicare,
Comdr. Wilfred E. >'l ihtuan ___.... __i'tecutlY OUlcer radio and exchange -
Naval llMMAltTU through press, : "Big government" is the by- commissary and thea-
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer television facilities the na-
Capt. Marcy Shupp _-.....-..._.... E-ecuthe Officer over product of wars, internationalcrises tre use, and everyone eligible]
tion. to have them should
increases in receive
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding; Officer ,
Cumdr. William E. Hardy .. __ Executive Officer The Federal competitive Civil population, the
Service was created by President and public card was good only for medi
The JAX AIR NEWS 1< published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. of our economy,
Jacksonville Flurlad, and printed commercially) with non appropriated funds Chester A. Arthur who signedthe demand for services. Federal em- care.
-t MO expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. into law Jan. 16 1883 The new cards will .
Naval Air Technical Training Center' Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the act on ployees now staff more than 70 be issued
U. S. Naval Hospital. after the assassination of Presi- departments and agencies, rang- to each dependent 10

Service Information Managing Officer Editor Andrew 11. I'laney Lt Dave Dcesely dent Garfield in 1881 by a disap- ing from the Commission of Fine years of age or older, will bear

Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes. PHI; Robert Aslp, SN. pointed job-seeker had focused Arts, with three paid employees, the photograph of the indm.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Tress Service, public attention on the evils ol to the million-man Department of dual and identifying date, and
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission of Armed Forcea Press Service. Republication of other the spoils system.AT Defense civilian staff. They are will list the privileges for
matter except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of
which the bearer
Editor:JAX AIR NEWS. TIlE TIME IT was signedit stationed throughout the con- is eligible

8.146.: Editorial 216 an411164.Capt. offices. located Main Administration Building none extension covered about 13,800 jobs. To- tinental United States, its ter- Until they are generally

ritories and possessions and in available, dependents who],

most foreign countries. have the old DD Form 720 will)

Moore continue to use it for medicare
THEIR WORK touches every
purposes. Those who do not
American every day as they print
To Take Reins and mint our money, control will use whatever means of
identification .
they have, officials
narcotics, regulate immigration,

Of NATTC collect taxes and. duties, help to say.Scout .

conserve land and revitalize land -

Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshmanlast that is unproductive, bring electricity Troop 131

Saturday assumed temporary into rural homes, enforce Picks Committeemen

command of the 4,000 personnelat Federal laws, and administer

the Naval Air Technical Train- social security. They operate the Capt. Ira N. Curtis, institution

Ing Center, relieving Comdr. Ed- atomic energy program, forecast al representative for Boy Scout

win Bishop who has been ordered weather, protect national parks Troop 131, announces the troop

to duty as executive officer of and forests. They conduct research committee for the coming year

VR-24 at Port Lyautey, French in physics, chemistry, Named on the slate are Capt

Morrocco. .. electronics, meteorology geology, James J. McKinstry, chairmanand

Comdr. Fleshman will resume metallurgy and other' scientific treasurer; Comdr. W E

his regular duties as executive fields, control the Nation's air- Hardy, secretary; Comdr. P H

officer at another change of com- ways, standardize weights and I Durand, outdoorsman; W. Tar

mand this Saturday, when Capt. .. ; measures, handle relations with 'diff, advancement; J. P. Hanson:

Charles L. Moore Jr., the regu- + 4 '. other countries, develop flood publicity; Comdr. O. H. McPhee

larly assigned Commanding Offi- .41 control measures, and perform and Lcdr. P. D. Davidson, committeemen -

cer, reports aboard. ,.;, (,;.; hundreds of other services required at large; T. A. Darby
I scout master L. T. Rhine W. E
by the American ; ,
Captain Moore will be the fifth people.
i, Dodge and Comdr. W. E.
regular assigned Captain to com- Almost half of the workers in Hardy

mand the Training Center. Others the executive--- hrarwh-_:-- are '_em...- assistant scout masters.
in order, were Captains Lester K. COMMAND ploTed in directsupport of Troops meetings are scheduledfor
CIIANGE-Wlth ranking eifleen *f the Naval
each Wednesday from 1900 to
Rice Edwin R. Peck David Mc- America's air
Air Technical Training Center In attendance, Comdr. Wilfred ground and sea
Campbell, and Henry C. DeLong.Saturday's Fleshman, (right), executive officer, took over as temporary commandant forces as civilian employees of 2100. :Family night is the third
officer .f the Training Center from Comdr. Edwin Bis- the Defense Department Wednesday of each month.
personnel Inspection Nearlya
shop. The latter has Wen transferred to Port Lyantey for ..t,. .
at the change of command quarter are responsible for delivery -
BC-BS Due Jan. 14-15
announced of mail. Another
ceremony was as a eight per-
regimental review by the new Selecting Nominees Now cent serve veterans and depend- Blue Cross-Blue Shield policyholders

commanding officer with both ents. The remaining 21 percent of are reminded that month.

Navy and Marine personnel at- For Freeze III the executive branch handle all ly payments are due by Jan. 1 H-
tending. of the many other services listed 15.

jobs in Alaska had been brought
Commanding officers have
CImD been requested according to Al- AD, AT, AO, AB, AE AM, AG, history, the competitive time civil in into the system. In all the Civil

nav 68 to turn in names b.Jan. AK, PH, PR, AN, AA, HM, DT, service became world wide when Service embraces 85 percent of

15 of nominees for the Operation DN, SD, TN, and TA. 20,000 jobs held all jobs in the Federal govern-

Thursday,J..l.MainsideComedy 0 Deep Freeze III Wintering Over The expedition will leave the citizens in foreign by American ment and 91) percent of those lo

( ) Kim Novak Party. I U. S. in the Fall of this year and island possessions countries and cated in'the continental United

Jack Lemon in Nassau Holi Enlisted ratings open are QM, will return in the Spring of 1959. under its coverage. were In 1955 brought 10,000 States....L.. .. .. ,, __._
day. aiausiics: snow mat me Avg+-
NATTCenter (color musical) :Federal employee is male.
Ann Bryth, Howard Keel (Kismet AE AM AC AK PUZZLE married and a veteran. He counts
PR PH, AN, .
) .AtROSl .-r4-- himself member of the "mid
HM, and all group VIII ratings. I :- a r z "t as a
Hospital Last Frontier (color 1-I:M+ :: "INI.f dIe-income" group, and chancesare
Officers with ,
specific designators --
western) Victor Mature, Guy and ranks are' also needed.- -'-',,- ) lrh'h)y '1 t ''ofI'fl that he is buying a home and

Madison. I-l''UIJ'1 lII.rttrrgerr. I"ltll' "s / V/ owns a car several years old.
Friday, Jan. 11 QUALIFICATIONS for the all- / V1to"uulI / His savings-such as they arc-

Mainside-Night Runner (dra- volunteer operation include: applicants I :I I-1' r-i: "srwh'. 'V/ .h '7 0I probably consist of Government

ma) Ray Draton, Colleen Miller. must have sufficient ob- I pranoen ;. 1>t VI 1.. // S bonds purchased through the pay-
Also Dream Island.NATTCenterNassau. ligated service time or agree to I ."...IIIUff'I"' V/ /h roll deduction plan. lie is interested -
extend must be certified I ,: '. 11 1, .
Holiday ; by med- -.111. II..I (/ V/ in community affairs and
(comedy) Kim Novak and Jack ical officer to be physically and I I Io-r.ltrlt: rat mtly ), u / 'I /h)ofI is active in church and civic
tempermentally qualified to I :o-\ora rifts h
Lemon //
dramatist groups. lIe pays taxes, respondsto :
withstand rigorous 'I M (// n ...
Hospital-Kismet (color musi- living and ,21-4l1r1'II name r// V.lI oft charity drives and appeals for
:U-\\'hu. /h
cal) Ann Blyth, Howard Keel. working conditions in the Ant- I 5-t'"rl. of thu.I.. 'I / 0 .} [Z/ tie blood donations. In short, he i?
Saturday, Jan. 12 arctic; a clear record; and must :it-Wife I-('oRdemns / an average American in ever
01 .
Mainside-Bundle 0 f Joy be recommended by their commanding Oeralnt7tlSpasieh y rF'I'. 7o V/5. respect.

(color comedy) Debbie Reynolds, officer on a basis of ) ,.. t/'Z!SI/.I / I/.. 4 .
hi-Tiau s
Eddie Fisher. Also Bonefish and performance, technical skill re- : /

Barracuda. sourcefulness, versatility and interest :F-X.te:II-Glwmr'I: vI geld. S1 S I 11 liSuper CarrierIn
NATTCenter-Night Runner :I-1;>> !tepartnmeht In 0' St .o Service '59
(drama) Ray Danton and Colleen According to Alnav 68, "a re- France I I 114 By
latively small number will '::- matter ...... _, .._... ,
Miller. Also Dream Island. be which a h w too .Philosophy .. The fifth in the'series of Nan

Hospital-Nassau Holiday selected and ordered to report II-llaelcal Inatfllll1ln'I Co-For.DI.O.-man Iall",' !t-Innat Chinn super-carriers, scheduled for delivery

(comedy) Kim Novak and Jack during February and March or It-Period of III-U-u"r.'e"( ,rkra (slang) :al-Tra"b. in 1959, is now under construction

Lemon.' earlier if practicable to a special 1:Feting DOWN .111. state (abbe)1o-Areathes badly 1ft .Iu>, at the New York Shipbuilding
Kiddie Matinee, Jan. 12 mobile construction battalion at ':'-; all amid,4 tat-ibeted h ItHfbn" month fl-Chemical Corp. where her keg
It's A Dog's Life (color drama) Davisville, R. I., for indoctrination t.I iii-Perala+Exclowlation ::1-1". prm the.r.ling month the ZO-Form elf "Imal.ruml"n'41-Periods of(urns pL) was laid last week.

Also Goodwill. and training. b4-&bmpetknt; ' !!-W expression 45-1)jllt.nce I Hawk, the
r',1-Lire with Itnrt-: I heiress alenal< uy (aJIII", runner 1 To be named Kitty
Movie Hours TilE FOLLOWJNG rates will -We1Iht of 4-'omplU point 24-411111 I1-Mkl" U-M'mbol for U. I 1,047-foot carrier will be drivenr
India '-.:uropean U-"rlll. GG-K'mbol for I t 1.,,,
Mainside-1800-2000. Sun avt be attached tf then n R r

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10 January 1957 JAX AIR NEWS



,c; I r w i

1v j\

(Prepared by NATTC Librarian V1 Ij j I

for all Navy libraries in the area) a 1 '

Bible As History: With the ex- _
citement of happy holidays be- 1rai

hind us the time is just right for
Thirty-one more employees
good reading. This title gives the
have joined the blood donor rolls
theme of a new book which we
at NAS Jax.Donating .
know will be of interest to many % _
: blood to the Station
readers in addition to those who
R H Blood Bank in December were
always enjoy Biblical and histori- _
16[ employees from Overhaul and
cal subject matter.
Repair Department, 11 from Pub-
Famous American Ships: An. lic Works, and four from Supply
other book which is essentially I Department.

history but, by telling the historyof O & R civilians donating blood

our country from the...maritime were Simon Parker, Elisha Coun-

growth, the development from Trig Course Open cil, James Rollins Jr., Billy Us-

Viking ships to great modern sery, W. C. Martin Jr.. Donald
liners is as fascinating as it is 1'0[ .Base Personnel Smith, James Sheppard, Walter
unusual. A three-month course in college Poley, John Clayton, Charles
50 Great Modern Lives: Bio- trigonometry will be givenat Kaylar, Robert Price, Albert

graphical sketches of people who Central Grammar School in Lutey, Ottis Miller, Carl Law,

have contributed to our modern Jacksonville, beginning Jan. 17 Leonard Hew, and Earl Cleven-
life in fields of interest
with classes scheduled Mondaysand
ranging from Columbus through Thursdays from 19002100. TNT N f a: h ger.Those from Public Works included

Cezanne and to Henry Ford. Schley Williamson, Carol
Cost of instruction is $2.00, and
Better Golf In Five Minutes: I is i Sager, Laurence Cove, William
the recommended prerequisite
With good weather the expertsare Dobson, Shelton Harrison Jr.,
completion of high school algebraor
probably on the greens but' equivalent.Any Earl Cox, Harvey Mears, Roy
when those rainy, windy days do : Martin, Norman McKenzie, Rob-
defy the Chamber of Commerceand civilian or military person- ert Long, and Willie Crittendon.
nel interested should contact Mrs.
your plans! why not have Those from Supply Depart-
Carrie Schmidt, Education Office,
one of our golf books on hand? ment were Roy Hartley, Mildred
We cannot suggest this new one NATTCenter, Extension 8388.; Brown William Hines, and Otis

above all others but you must A preliminary meeting for this McCormick.

admit it has an intriguing title. course will be held at 1630 Jan. .

Principles Of Guided Missile 15 in Room 501, Building 500. MI 15 Payments Due
Design: This series is in prepara Assessments No. 73 and 74 are

tion. The first two volumes have BM1 CommendedFor due for payment by Jan. 22,
been released and will be of In- KICK OFF ANALYSIS PROGRAM-Selectf'd trainees from Mutual Death Benefit Society
Florida naval and marine air stations convene (top photo) for a
terest to all personnel in this members are reminded.
Discipline ceremony opening the 58-week course in Engineering Performance
area: v.1-Guidance; v.2Aerody Standards at NAS lax. At the end of the training period they will .
namics, Propulsion, StructuresAnd be classified as management analysts. In the bottom photo Leonard Sign in factory employing female -
Design Practice. Two more Office WorkPresented Eubjmks (left), NAS Industrial Relations Officer, dtsctfsses the I operators: "Caution if
with Donald Thompson EfS project officer, Bureau of I
volumes should be' your clothes are too loose, beware -
completed with a letter of com- Aeronautics; L. M.\ Arthur, of the Bureau's Shore Establishments
within the year. Krisko BM1 Division; and I. J. Haynes, of the Office of the Secretary of De of the machines \l too
mendation Andrew ,
tight beware "
of the machinists.
My Life As A Matador:The unusual of the Discipline Office at NATT- fense.EngineeringPerformanceStandards.

number of readers request- Center, was cited last week by
ing material on bullfighting is I Class
Comdr. Edwin Bishop as one of:
something we can't explain but the last official acts prior to,

we are trying to supply books Commander Bishop's transfer as Enrolls 38 From PW; Supply DepartmentsThirtyeight
enough to meet the demand. The commanding officer of the Training ;
new one concerns Mexico's great- Center. management
est bullfighter, Carlos Arruza. Office of the Secretary of De- Key West; MCAS Miami; NAS
The citation read in part: trainees from nine
Death In The Afternoon: Hemingway fense, spoke on engineering per- Mayport; and NAS Cecil Field, as
15 November
"During period
is always popular although Florida air stations and the formance standards as seen by well as NAS Jacksonville.The .
1955 to 4 January 1957, Kris-
this particular volume, ko has been assigned duties in Supply and Public Works Departments the OSD. U. S. has been divided into

the result of his experiences in the Discipline Office of this Command of NAS Jacksonville COMDR. JAMES D. JUt, Head nine areas, with O & R activities
launched on a 38- : Section serving as the hub of all areas.
Spain, is of special interest to and has carried out most were Management Engineering
those seeking more reading about capably not only the tasks com- week study of Engineering Shore Establishments Divi- NAS' Jacksonville is the hub of

bullfights and followers of the mensurate with his rate but h Performance Standards in a sion, Bureau of Aeronautics, this area.

sport. has demonstrated marked especial ceremony Monday spoke on EPS as seen by the When the 38-week course is

Burning Hills: A story I in investigative and administrative morning in the auditorium of Bureau. completed here and at NAS

thriller, too! The young man, ap- assignments f. Building 101-W The third speaker was Capt.W. Quonset Point, the same trainingwill

propriately aided by a beautiful His initiative resourcefulnessand Leonard B. Eubanks, industrial S. Harris, commanding officerof be given in NAS Alameda, .

girl, escapes a gang of horse skill have played a most im. relations officer, presided over the Station, who spoke on the NAS Corpus Christ! and NAS

thieves. Good "escape" reading. portant part in the high degreeof the ceremony and introduced the anticipated results from the EPS Norfolk. On completion at these
The Hunters: Dramatic novel of discipline maintained at this three speakers. James J. Haynes Program in Supply and Public three stations the training will be

our time. The hero is a profes- command.* of the Fiscal Management Staff, Works Departments here. given at NAS Lakehurst, MCAS

sional fighter pilot; the action involves The present program which is Cherry Point and NAS North Is-

planes, men, air battle being conducted simu! 1 taneous 1 y land. It will also be given out-
and the Korean War. at NAS Jacksonville and NAS side the continental United States

Wanted: Dennis The Menace\ : I Quonset Point, is aimed at ex- at Kodiak, Alaska, and three air

Yes, it's full of cartoons of that : panding EPS to cover supply and stations in Hawaii.

notorious young .man! .t,. public works departments of the THE ARMY AND Air Force
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Navy and Marine Corps, as wellas are establishing similar programs.

Stamp ExchangeFor overhaul and repair activities.The When EPS is permanently installed -

Philatelists ? ( : first 12 weeks will cover in the three major Navy

Philatelists in uniform will be ,. : general academic training in time activities of overhaul and repair,
interested in knowing about the a study, work simplification, supply and public works it is
Armed Forces Stamp Exchange Method--Time-Measurement, and planned to extend it to cover the

which operates from the Naval installation and control proce- entire Alpha Area (activities sup-

Air Station, Memphis, Tenn. dures. ported by maintenance and oper-
This group of military stamp TilE >_nil TIIROUGII 16th ation funds.).

collectors operate an exchange weeks will be devoted to indoc- All trainees are selected by examination -

service which permits collector trination by a professional man- prepared by the Civil
stationed overseas to continue :'1Y agement consultant in what the Service Commission and by per-

building their collections, and at f analyst will be .expected to ac- sonal interview.
the same time trade their du- complish when he returns to his I Donald D. Thompson EPS

plicates.It home station. The balance of the project officer, Bureau of aer-

is, of course, a non-profit period will be given to actual im- II onautics, will be stationed here
group open to all members of the plementation of-'the EPS pro- for six months to assist with the

Armed Services and dependent gram.II. . program.r .
personnel. Information about this

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; .. Speed Up Plans To Get More

Reserve Pilots On Active '
t : Duty F. .

t .
j With the Navy and Marine Corps both facing shortages: of aviators $
. the two services are stepping up plans to get more Reserve : $

pilots on active duty. 4; 1b
The Navy already has plan'
a force of Naval aviators calls for
underway to student t
permit pi-
voluntary recall of Reserve pilotsup b X
lots to sign for advanced
up to the grade of lieutenant, SAM
training, obligated by an addi- with a goal of 300 pilots now on ;
tional two of active
years duty,
inactive duty returned to active
in the fleet and frequently in the
duty during the current fiscal { {,,
of a
squadron the individual's
year. The plan Is slow In devel-
choice. Special helicopter train- oping, however, as only 42 pilots } N
ing also is included in the pro- .
signed up during the period July
gram. 1-Dec. 1,

THE MARINE CORPS plans to IN THE BELIEF that the recall .,
revise its integration program to
program has not been fully un-
provide both Reserve pilots and derstood
special briefing teams,
ground officers more opportunities composed of aviation personneland t .u
to transfer to the Regular career specialists from the

Corps, with quota's establishedfor Bureau of Naval Personnel and

the various officer categoriesto the Naval Operations, will define
allow for "better selectivity." the plan to commanders of the
The program is expected to be- Pacific and Atlantic Air Forces

come effective during fiscal year and the Chief of Naval Air Re-

1958. serve Training at Glenview, III i

The Navy's plan for boosting its Meanwhile, both services are

encouraging junior pilots to ex-
MARINES INSPECTED-The Marines of the Jacksonville area got the once-over but rood last!
tend their active duty tours be- Saturday from a team from the Inspector General's Office, Marine Corps Headquarters. Heading the
NAVY WIVES yond their military obligation.The inspection party was Col. Arthur Fisher Jr., accompanied by Lt. Col. Andrew Hedesh and Capt.
major difficulty lies in com- Carrol Klldorf. The inspection In ranks at Marine Barracks above was conducted by Lt. Col. lied
1 CORNERAt bating opportunities in civilianlife. esh ( ) shown being accompanied by Lt. Clofford Gilbert of the Barracks. The party inspected
barracks/equipment, and facilities at Marine Air Detachment, NACTCenter;; Marine Air Restne
Although few continue fly- Marine Barracks and Marine Detachment, NAS Sanford.Hell's .
the last regular business Training Detachment, NARTU; NAS Jax ;
ing after leaving the Navy or Ma-
meeting officers who will serve rine Corps, they do enter related
for the coming year were elected. fields in the aviation and elec- Archers Of VA-104 RecipientsOf Services Hit For
Those chosen were: Alice Meyer -
tronics industries.
President; Jean Murphy, Vice- Coveted Battle 'E' For 1956Attack POW TrainingThe
President; Ruth Damon, Corrre-

sponding Secretary; Bea Clark, Over HalfMillionMOs Squadron 104, a unit of Fleet Air Jacksonville, has been Senate Investigations
Recording Secretary; Kay Bot- presented the Commander Air Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet Battle Subcommittee declared in a

thof, Treasurer; Terry Morris, At PO In '56 2fficiency"E" for having achieved the highest standing in the com- report last week that the mili
Parliamentarian; and Rose Wil- petition of all LantFleet propeller attack squadrons for fiscal 1956. tary services are to. be criti-

son, Chaplain. Averaging about $50 ,000 a The presentation was made cized for failure to prepare U.
THE NEW OFFICERS will be month, more than half a million aboard the carrier USS Coral Sea THE SQUADRON then re- S. troops better for the possibility -

officially sworn in at the Instal- dollars of money orders were at sea by Capt. Joseph Jaap, skip- qualified and conducted day and of capture in the Korean
lation Banquet, which will be made out by the Post Office at of the Coral Sea. Accepting night shake-down operations War.
held Feb. 2, in the Seminole the Naval Air Technical Training the award was Comdr. George aboard the USS Coral Sea in The group declared that the

Hotel at 1900. Reservations must Center during 1956, according to Ford, CO of the squadron. February, March, and April of "inhuman treatment" of American -
be made by Jan. 31, with Shirley Postal Clerk Joe Blanton. this year, bringing the total number POWs had not amountedto
White, EV 72833. The Navy Receipts average $4,000 a monthor RECEIVING HIGH awards Is of carrier landings up to 755 "brainwashing." The Reds'

Band will play for dancing and nearly $50,000 for the year. nothing. For new the fiscal to the Hell's 1955 Archers. they- for the year bf which 53 were at practices, the Senators say, are
there will also be entertainment.It year night. based on the simple and easily
was voted unanimously to were recipient of the Chief of Attack Squadron 104 partici- understood idea of progres-

change club by-laws to include a 'Revolution In Naval Operations Safety Award, pated in every allowable com- sively weakening an Indivi-
Navy'Ready highly coveted honor.
recording secretary as well as a a petitive exercise for propeller dual's physical and moral 1
corresponding secretary as an For ScreensAn Attack Squadron 104 is com- aircraft and earned 23 total individual strength.

elected officer of the club. exciting 55-minute filmed posed of some 100 enlisted per- "E's" for Excellence in Through the Code of Con-

Farewell was said to Bobbie documentary, "Revolution in sonnel and 18 officers from all special weapons high and low duct and a newly launched:

Mason, who is leaving to join her the Navy," which depicts how parts of the United States. The altitude delivery, plus all the "Battle for Liberty" program,
husband in Cuba. Bobbie has the Navy is meeting the chal- cooperation and coordination of conventional weapons deliveriessuch the services are trying to dis-
been treasurer for the past year lenge of the atomic age, will all hands is evident in this ac- as dive and glide bombing, pel fears of brainwashing and

and the club presented her witha be distributed to stations soon. complishmcnt. rockets, strafing and close air to stiffen the conduct of men

Navy Wives Treasurer's pin. I The film, produced by Edward During the fiscal year 1956 the support. who may be taken prisoner in
THE NEXT WARD Party for R. Murrow, CBS news period for which the award is ATTACK SQUADRON 104 is a the future.

service patients at the Naval Air analyst, and Fred Friendly, explores given, the Hell's Archers amasseda unit of Carrier Air Group Ten,
Station Hospital, will be held the changes of concept, grand total of 7,700 flight hoursof commanded by Comdr. DouglasA. ...

Tues. Jan. 15th. Due to the recent strategy and equipment. of which 700 were performed at Clark. It is noteworthy to rec- Navy Planning lo Build
transfer of club chaplain Rita naval warfare. night. The squadron received its ognize the "first team" quality of

Mann, Rose Wilson, the newly Murrow obtained much of initial carrier qualification Carrier Air Group Ten in that Ballistic Missile?

elected chaplain, will be in his information while aboard aboard the aircraft carrier USS another unit of the group, jet
charge. the carrier USS Forrestal Ticonderoga in September 1955 Attack Squadron 106, is the re- Missiles and Rockets magazine
New members welcomed into while it was in Jacksonvillearea and then participated in the ex- cipient of the same award for jet and Data magazine have rtportidthat
the club include Wanda Krohn, waters. tensive LantPhibEx operation attack sauadrons.! the Navy plans to build its

Sara McMullen, Frances Bardin, aboard the USS Leyte. When based ashore, the Hell's first ballistic missile, the Polaris,
Nell Taylor, Mary Ann Seddon, .. 1 Archers make their home at NAS and indicated it would be readyin

Sara Shoenecker, Geri Anocoa, : : ... : 'ii. Cecil Field, Fla., under the op- five years.
Jean Glover, Phyliss Peck, Ann '. \ .. iiii'S erational control of Commander The new weapon can be
Pierson, Jean Dagnon, and Mary -! Fleet Air Jacksonville. launched from submarines deep
Nichols.At .. under water and able to deliver
a recent meeting, it was an an atomic blast at targets hun-
extreme pleasure to have Capt. F. -Il Iln 'Annuals & Roses' dreds of miles away.
A. Burke, Senior chaplain of the "

Naval Air Station, as guest. Capt. .<: '" Topic Of Next from 1500 to 2000. and Jan. 27,

Burke is the new liaison officer _# : :: ::. from 1300 to 1900 at the Garden
for Navy Wives. ":' ... I. : : Garden Center and Woman's Club on
; Meeting
h 01.
CAPT. BURKE drew the win-
,>/., f'. W. Riverside Avenue, is "Camellia
tickets for the dolls donatedby 1''r:..'.:. '' ,. .
ning "'' ),'> T. W. Cameron, Jacksonville Caravan." -

Comdr. R. J. Martin, and Mrs. 41"t",-;;,?., ". .. ..:.h''J..".." ," nurseryman, will speak to the Mrs. J. J. McKinstry, Mrs. R. D
winners first ,
Martin. The were: Naval Air
Station Davidson
,. \f Garden Circleat Ettinger and Mrs. J. C.
prize, Barbara Mullen, Commo- ,'. its Meeting, at 0930 Friday, have charge of the ticket sales.
dore Drive; second prize, Mrs. II ; : :.,: Jan. 18, in Building 751. As a civic project, the Garden
B. Brouilette, 1216 Hancock, t Cameron, speaking on "An Circle decorated the station band
NAS; third prize, B. F. Miller, ; + nuals and Roses," will show shell with the nativity scene for
1 North Miami, Fla. Proceeds from ; colored slides illustrating differ- the holidays. The figures were
a the drawing will be given to'the ,; ent varieties of roses. Hostesses made in the Hobby Shop with the

Nursery, sponsored by Navy for the meeting will be Mrs. Der- assistance Of E. F. Oschner, ENC;
Wives, to buy outdoor play rick A. Hoxie, Mrs. T. J. Cum- D. L. Cressy, DC2, and N. A. Har-
equipment. mings and Mrs. David L. Beesley. rison, AA.
Navy Wives donated $150 for Members of the circle are sell The Circle also had charge of
Christmas charity to purchasefood TO VA'10.l-Capt. J. A. hap, skipper the carrier USS ing tickets to the dec-
annual the of the Christmas
clothing and toys for needy Coral Sea presents the Battle Efficiency "E" in the name of Commander show cameli erecting
Air Force U. S. Atlantic Fleet, to Comdr. George Ford, sponsored by the Garden orations in the chapels' court-
'families. Rita Mann, chaplainwas (right), skipper of Attack Squadron 104. The ceremony took place Club of Jacksonville. The theme yard. Mrs. L. A. Hopkins is the
in charge of the distribution. aboard: the Coral Sea in Mediterranean waters. of the event, to be held Jan. 26, civic chairman for the Circle.

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SO s',,r Civilians
(Periodically the Jar Air News
k. in cooperation with the Industrial

Relations Department will list

various promotions Nqval Air


x On the promotion roster effective -

Dec. 16, Dec. 30, Dec. 31, and

Jan 6, were 19 employees, nine
from Overhaul and Repair De-

partment, six from Supply De-
partment, two from Public Works

Department, and four in Miscellaneous -

PROMOTED Departments.AT O & R were

Howard Baker, messenger GS-1
tW to: helper aircraft mechanic (rubber -

) first step; Edith Brigham,

.x. clerk-typist GS-3 to clerk-stenog
r QUARTERS FOR CIVILIAN SICK CALL-Civil- rapher GS-4; Nathaniel Erunson,
their sick rail will be pleasantly surprised at the new laborer (cleaner) second step to
in Building 101W. In top left photo Mrs. Cec Ia
in the new Industrial Medicine headquarters, messenger GS-1; George Kresta-
of operations with Louis Muraca, IIN3. Nurse lude, equipment specialist (aero-
'I (right) turns on the water which fills the nautical) GS-7 to equipment
i bath used for treating: sprains and strains. specialist (aeronautical) GS-9;
SALTY HUMOR FROM desk! in his new office is Capt. Rexel Goodman (bot-
of the Industrial Medicine Branch. Charles Moye, equipment specialist -
HERE AND THEREA (aeronautical) GS-7 to equip-
ment specialist (aeronautical)
couple of boots spent their Report To New GS-9; Carl Rhoden, machine op-

first night in camp. "Boy, my cot erator second step to machinistfirst

was lumpy and uneven," declaredone For Sick Call step; and Alfred Simonds,
engineering draftsman (general)
of the boots the next day.
week Civilian Sick Call is operating in brand GS-6 to engineering draftsman
"How did you make out last ) in the northeast corner of Hangar 101-W. (general) CS7.ADVANCED .
of the Industrial IN Supply De-
"Oh, I did all right," shrugged Louis Wefers, Dennis Wise and
from its former partment were Nadine Barnes,
the other boot. "I got out of Louis Muraca.
up NAS Jacksonville tabulating machine operator GS-
cot several times during the WIIILE CIVILIANS must still
my it with a sec- ,,3 to tabulating equipment opera-
night and rested." department that report at the Mainside Dispen- 'tor supervisor GS-4; John Fischer
for X-rays and laboratory
operating on the sary warehouseman second step to
On the golden wedding anniversary of the main Over- treatment, as well as having pre- management analyst-trainee GS5 -

the old lady was asked: Department scriptions filled, the spacious new ; Margie McLeod, clerk (typing)
"In all these years have you ever' quarters are equipped to perform GS-4 to management analyst-

thought of divorce?" $ UNIT, it will pre-employment physical examinations trainee GS-5; Rhoda Saleeby,

She replied: "No, only of mur- more efficient ; give physiotherapy treat- typist GS-2 to cjerk-typist GS-3;
der." care for the civil- ment including whirlpool baths Paul Wight, tabulating machine
and heat treatment by diathermy operator to management analyst-
a of the Station.
machine and ultraviolet lamp; trainee GS-5 and Olive Zoeller
If men behaved after marriageas Capt. Rcxcl Good- ; ,
treatment of minor injuries suchas GS-2
typist to clerk-typist GS3.
they do during their engage- medicine officer, cuts and bruises; spray noses
ments there wouldn't be half as Mrs. Ruth Mun. and administer shots; and from Promoted at Public Works De-

many divorces-but there wouldbe relativity"C nurse trained in 0700 to 1530, to treat emergencycases. partment were Donna Coates
clerk-typist GS-2 to cost account-
twice as many bankruptcies. A ; Mrs. Cecilia After 1530 emergencies are
Mrs. Nancy ing clerk (collection) GS-3; and
prizes is ; treated only at the Dispensary.
Viola Higginbotham, clerktypistGS2
The new cars are so stream- to & ; and three Starting next Tuesday, another to clerk-typist GS3.

lined a pedestrian can't tell of their hospital corpsmen, service will be offered which has Advanced in Miscellaneouswere

whether he's been run over or In the never before been available to Jeanne Freeman, clerk-typ- .
backed into. civilian personnel. This is the ad-
ist GS-2 Supply Department to
families ministering of immumization flu
o clerk-typist GS-3 Public Works
A tourist stopped in front of a Lever shots to those who request them. Department; David Hudson,

little country store, dumbfoundedat makers Hitherto such shots have been property and supply clerk GS-4

the sight of an enormous supply chose S given only to military personneland Supply Dept. to management
of salt piled high on the and Air dependents. analyst (ETS) GS-5 Public

premises. Stack after stack. Boxes as the THE NEW FACILITIES, which Works Dept; Curtis McCormick,

after boxes, barrels, and bags. sonnel include a private office for Dr. fire fighter (general) GS-4 secur.
Tons of salt, inside the store and The Goodman, a large waiting and ity department to fire fighter

out. makes reception room, a nurses' office, (driver-operator) GS-5 security <
"You must sell a lot of salt," Jan. 5 a bunk room where patients may department; and George Stofko, i
exclaimed the tourist. fers : lie down as need arises, and sev- guard GS-3 security departmentto

"No, I don't sell much," repliedthe can eral treatment rooms, are attrac- guard supervisor GS-4 security
storekeeper. "But you in tively and efficiently arranged. department.

fhoulda; seen the guy that came will Walls are of ivory tile, with ter- .

here last week. lie could really months. Y raza tile floors. Fluorescent light- A Vermonter was working
sell salt. a S 4 ing is used throughout, and ceil- away on a little new constructionon

$5,000 ings are sound-proofed. Equip- his house. A neighbor stoppedby.
The over ment is modern, efficient and "What you building, Roger?"
traveling salesman was
"None of business "
A complete.An your said
getting disgusted with his deal-
; Roger, "and if I hadn't known
be average of 100 patients are
ings with the home office, so he
the and you for 26 years I wouldn't have
sent the following wire to his top seen daily, no appointmentis
boss 500. necessary. However, Form 107 told you that much..
: "Must have raise at once
or count me out." prizes must be completed before treat-
service ment can be given.
lIe received the following reply U. S. a I i PROTECT V(1M
: "One, two, three four, five,
fix, seven, eight, nine, ten," To Speed Up Pay V OC \Q!; LrAA f rl

contest To Kin Of DeceasedThe '
Office boy: "Sir there's a sales-

man outside with a mustache." as craft Navy has directed a ,;!J)
in immediate
Absent. Minded Purchasing AAJ speed up payments to -
kin of men who die in the .
: "Tell him I've got a mus- the .'1\\
tache." service.In -.", t '
I Army .. W: ; ,
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0 and in : Jt.- addition to quicker paymentof : i '"
A Massachusetts woman, on ; the death gratuities, they will ":.i

her tenth anniversary gave birthto The -Victo- be slightly different in amount. ANNUAL CREDIT UNION
her tenth child. plained fight against polio The survivor benefit act went into MEETING
Hollywood actress effect Jan. 1. The payment,
Facetiously, a reporter sent theory, Doctors told WHEN-Jan. 18, at 1030.!)
six of
generally months of the
pay WHERE Building 612.
out to the hospital asked If she Said : years ago she'd -
again. She was an the serviceman at the time of his DOOR PRIZES-Hi-fi record
weren't runing out of names for nice
several months, but death, is primarily for widows. player; four transistor porta-
rapidly arriving children. like is complete now, However, it may ,be payable to ble radios; six steam irons; six:
"No," she replied, glumly, you sit the only female children, parents or brothers and portable mixers; 100 gallon

my"but husband.I've run out of names to call ment That's, forthcoming' ." film sisters. of Also gasoline., light refreshments.1951" .


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Recruiters Hit The Road r -.M "' \w':'" ':y-: '''' ;tr!';:: ,>' ">:ir. : : : <_f. : ;

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With Converted TrailerA 3"( : : p > i(' .."

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lot of work "above and beyond" by two Navy men has converted t.J. .
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an old housetrailer into a mobile recruiting office for use in <'I ,1. .' '/' f, Y
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the Southeastern area. : '
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Working on their own time and nel assigned there on both the II {t.,,,('4. ';;" :

with almost no financial assist day and night crews helped him : t. ; : ::
ance, A, F Falck, ADC, and whenever-they could. ;, .

Richard McMeekin, YN1, x>f the six
The work began about I
Jax Recruiting Office, convertedthe d &tiR
weeks ago. Today, a finished display ,
trailer into a mobile recruit- trailer, designed and outfitted -

ing unit, complete with displays, to compete with the best R

exhibits and model ships and of them, is ready to roll.
both foreign and American. -
Chief Falck expressed his appreciation -
to the officers and
FALCK, WHO IS the Navy
men who helped with their time
public relations officer
and material Included in the
out of Jacksonville, conceivedthe
group are Comdr. L. D. Camp-
idea of a display trailer after
bell, Special Services; Lcdr. D.
he was assigned a housetrailer already -
A. Newberry, AE School; Lcdr.
converted into an office.
William M. Williams, Supply, and
The trailer, when it fell into his
Lt. Dave L, Becsley, Service Information -
hands merely a mobile office ,
was Officer. e ,..
simply a "base" to be usedas INSIDE RECRUITING TRAILER-Posters, models, photos,
headquarters while on the M exhibits-all are used in the recruiting display trailer now ready
road. )! 0 for use in the Southeastern area. The house trailer was convertedfor

Falck's .idea was to give the its new mission by members of the Jax Recruiting Office at I
the NAS Hobby Shop. Top photo shows posters and equipment,
teenagers and their parents, while bottom photo shows the slanted wall with Its cutaway mod-
some idea' of the intricacies of els and more equipment on display Inside the trailer.

what is done by men in the Navy

and he thought he could do a

much better job if he could illustrate Is FlogWing

his points rather than

tell prospective recruits about On Way Out?

the Navy i.J

HE DIDN'T LET his upcoming .O V Fifteen of the Navy's four-

retirement in April dampen his engine transports will be lost to

cnlhusiam for the job and he and the Navy's Fleet Logistics Air
McMeekin started working.The (Personnel are invited to visit
Wing as a result of the Defense
trailer, one of 12 assigned the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 Department's directive reconstituting -
"offices West Monroe St. The club ix
recruiters as was soon open the Air Force's MilitaryAir
reconverted. Closets had been in- from 0900 to 2230 daily.) Transport Service as the

stalled and simple office furniture ,: Thursday, Jan. 10-8 pm.. major military air hauling agen

was to Be used. Falck and Training Class, Jr. hostess; sur- cy.
McMeekin soon were at work oh a jM .qSg } r91T prise programs.
i In addition to the 15 transports,
the inside of the trailer, removing Friday, Jan. 11-NAS orchestra '
the stands to lose another
closets and reflooring the entire Navy
8:30-11:30 Refreshments
: : p. m. ;
vehicle, first with half-inch ply Farewell party-Lake Champlain. 52( big transports already operate
ing with MATS. Left to the Navy
wood and then a linoleum car
Saturday, Jan. 12-10:00: a. m. would be about 175 big transportsand
pet. Mayport-Based USS Lake Champlain to 11:00: p. m. Open House; Come
another 300 two-engine
AFTER REPLACING the deck, and meet buddies and
the insides were renovated and your transports, but how long nobody
one wall was made into slanted Garners Coveted Battle 'E' AwardTop knows.
Sunday, Jan. 13-10:00: a. m.
cabinets with display on the over-all performance during fiscal year 1956, establishedin TUB ENLARGED MATS will
!. Free coffee hour; 10:45: a. m.,
doors. Along the opposite wall, a competition with all other Atlantic Fleet heavy attack class carriers to church of your choice; 5:30: p. have 717 planes at the outset,

small, low cabinet was made. has garnered the highly coveted Air Force Atlantic Fleet m., Vesper and refreshments by with indications of 2,000 in the

This was later to be the home of Battle Efficiency "E" award for the Mayport-based USS Lake'I Southside Presbyterian Church; next two years. The expansion, it

a complete radar receiver and Champlain. 8:00: p. m. movie. is presumed, will be at Navy expense

transmitter. I Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, USO Club facilities: Parties, as its remaining transportsare
Falck, a 19-year-plus veteranof fleeted in the exemplary per- taken
!Commander Fleet Air Jackson singing, games, TV room, dances, over.
Naval service, had brought the formance of command "
ville, made the presentation last your showers, snack bar, housing bu- The DD directive, which appointed -
trailer out to the NAS Jax Hobby
I Friday aboard ship to Capt. Adm. Rees told Capt. Flatley ina reau, mending and pressing, Secretary of the Air

Shop, where enlisted person- I Joseph B. II. Young, commanding communique. "I take this op- check room service, shaving Force Quarles as "single mana

i officer, who accepted on behalfof portunity to congratulate you equipment, writing desks and ger" of Defense Department air ,

Lake Champlain officers and and the officers and men of the stationary, Sunday morning coffee transport, ordered the transfer of
With TheToastmasters
men. Lake Champlain on your outstanding hours, spiritual guidance) the 67 Navy planes to MATS as

I I "TODAY YOU ARE the cham- ; accomplishment. Vesper services, and music. soon as the new system goes into
effect with 60 allowed for
pion of all Atlantic Fleet heavy I
out the details.
working Navy
attack class carriers and each one
The Navy Civilian Toastmasters of you can be justifiably proud," crews now flying the planes will
Club of be to MATS officals
Jacksonville will Adm. Cornwell said in laudingthe assigned ,
elect its officers for the year at "Champ's" crew for out- predict, since all military departments .

the Jan. 22 meeting, it was decided standing ability in 19S8. are to contribute to the ...
at the Tuesday night staffing of the single-manage.
Also present for the ceremonieswas
gathering of the group.A ment agency.
Capt. James H. Flatley, who 1.
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nominating committee
comprised -
commanded the ship during the .. 'NAVY OFFICIALS are pre
of Mike Cascone, Don period for which the award was ..1' Afi dicting that Flogwings as such
Moran, and Rod Pinney will .
might well out of operation,
given.; Presently assigned to the ; go
sent a slate of candidates from 1
Office of the Chief of Naval Op- .. and that the chief air transport
which members will choose their
orations, he relinquished command i work remaining with the Navy

officers. of the "Champ" to Capt. will be of specialized types suchas
Following table topics, with .
that done by carrier-on-board
Young June 29, 1956.
Ted Wilkinson as topic master, j>. delivery planes.Secretaries .
Rod Pinney delivered the prin- AFTER ACCEPTING the

cipal address. His topic was "The I prized award Capt. Young ,pre- of all the military

Last 30 Years. Speech evaluatorwas sented it to Capt. Flatley, his services have been ordered to

Andy Planey. second "E" award. He earned his '" "abolish afny organizational unitor

Aubrey Silvey was named pro- first in 1952 while commandingthe part thereof performing func-

gram chairman for the monthsof escort carrier USS Block ." tions which will duplicate those

January and February. lie has Island. assigned to the new MATS. This
puts the plan in line with single-
outlined a fine program for the
plaque was presented on i -
Jan. 15 meeting, to be held at ; behalf of Vice Adm. William L r-i--- manager set-ups which have
Road placed the Army in charge of
Rees, Commander Air Force, Atlantic t
Center 1930 to 2100. Fleet. It is given annuallyon food-buying and the Navy in
Dues and initiation fees were i. 1 charge of procuring gasoline and
the basis of which '
efficiency, /
collected from those present. oil.
is determined by over-all per- J t .
Members and prospective mem- formance in ship and fleet exer- A 38-year-old Chicago woman

bers who have not paid their dues cises, and also of battle readiness, ".
.. lost out on a job when she gave
asked to present same to Carl
are administrative inspections, and -
her correct
on an
McCranie at the next meeting, on the number of and length "CHAMP" BECOMES A CHAl\IPION-Capt. Joseph B. II. age
Tuesday Jan. 15. Young (left), skipper of the carrier USS Lake Champlain, accepts The next time she was
-. .-- foreign deployments. the coveted Air Force Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency "E" confronted with the question, she

A speech Is like a wheel: The "Your able leadership and Of\\ award Air Jacksonville from Rear during Adm.shipboard Delbert S.ceremonies Comwell.fat Commander Friday. At Fleet right wrote in the space: "I refuse to

longer the spoke, the greater the ity while Commanding Officer is Capt. James II. Flatley: who guided the ship during the competitive answer, on the grounds" that it
tire. the USS Lake Champlain was period. might eliminate me.

II.I .

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January 1957
10 JAX AIR NEWS!' Page 7..

Marine Cagers Face
8 Teams Vic For
Heavy V/eekend Card tMry
Center( Keg Title
Boasting a 9-3 record as of

Tuesday this vweek, the NATT- Eight teams will make up the
NATTCentcr Spring intramural
Center Marine cagers face a busy
bowling league which will swing
three-games Friday, Saturday and into action next Tuesday with

Monday. four matches billed.

Friday Coach Don Isherwood's Aviation Fundamentals meets

Maroon and'Gold lloopsters meet Aviation Ground Officers, and

Orlando Air Force Base in King Marine Aviation Detachment opposes -
fit v Aviation Electricians at
Hall at 2000, thentravel to Pat-
., 1800. At 2000 Naval Air Wvapons
rick Air Force Base for a tussle plays Support Splinters and Aviation -

Saturday night. Storekeepers meets Avia-

On Monday in King Hall the tion Ordnanccmcn.

Marines tackle Jacksonville Uni- Thursday it will be NavAir

versity quintet at 2000. i't Weaps vs AK, AGO vs SS, MADvs
AO, and AvFun vs AE.
Coach Isherwood figures to < .
draw his starting lineup from
Don Holman, Jim Pugh, Jim Face
Parkinson, Norm Eckles, Bob ie c r d

Apple, Curt Wonicker, Harley r : -4-_ r wa.t GC Jan. 21With
Sheets, Mickey King, Joe Clark,
and Fred Dammeyer. Green Cove Springs Navy
,, definitely scheduled for MondayJan.
Holman is leading the team in > "' ': < '"Io.
28, Coach Dob Perkins of the
scoring with a total of 203 pointsin Class sailboats
12 games, an average of 17a t> '. River In the near Jax Navy boxing team is seeking
of the Navy Jax Sail another opponent for a ring pro-
Pugh has 164 for a 14-
game. delivers the craft to gram here Monday, Jan. 21.
point average. sailing club.
+ Both ring smokers arc planned
I as warm-ups for the North Flori-
Archers Shoot SundayJax
Host da-South Georgia Golden Gloves
Navy archers will travel tournament in Jacksonville, Feb.
Sunday to the St. John's Bow- The 11-15, in which Jax Navy's entryis

hunters range to take part in the has I Island planned.

first shoot since the holidays. Bantam Coach Perkins now has out-
boats. standing boxers in all weights!

AvFun SplintersCop at 8 from 112 pounds heavyweights.
They include Jesus Valentin,

small than three weeks of NAS, 112; Hay Sharabba, VA-175
Center 1M length, Navy's Fliers return to 118; Ramondo Graza, AK School,

beam, tonight to do battle 126; Marciano Malonzo, O&R, 132; ,
sail, and strong Parris Island Bob Walters, VFP-62; Glenn] Uhl,
Hoop InauguralsAviation with 2000 at Mainside Gym. AvFund; Joe Bowens, Spec. Serv,
and Joe Eukcrs, AvFund, all 147;
Fundamentals School, The (' who have been Don Bishop, AO School, 139;
mustering up a gang of basketball they troubles hope to
Henry Hooper, AvFund, 156; Len
players who never even had new year off right Whisenand, NavAirWeaps1,, ICO;
met each other before the opening ideal tough Marine outfit.
Ronald Pearson, Fasron 109, 165;
Monday night, scoredan with all
game I Frank McCaffrey's lads Lawrence Howard, VF-43, 176;
astounding 75-69 victory over acting road after tonight's and Hank l'earson, Fasron 109,
favored Aviation Electricians to I crew.
: These return home again on and Dick Hansen, VA1I-3, heavy
open the 1957 NATTCenter Intramural -
18th, against Green weights.
basketball league. cleus of .
and Fort Stewart
of sail
In the second game, a strong .
Support Splinters quintet breezed that Qualifying Set
past Naval Air Weapons System fleet the Fliers go to Patrick
School, 50-38. ; to Glynco, Ga.; and For Golf Squad
men.Comdr.. AIR'f" S. C. Tuesday.
COACH "RED" Shelton of AvI- 4 Qualifying rounds for the selection -

ation Preps never had seen his tra-club I For ,Links of the 1957 varsity Jax Navy

players and was grabbing stu- soon, golf squad will\ be held Jan. 18,
dents off the sidelines from the were Golf Course will 19, 20, and 21.

spectators prior to the opening where, future new,improvements according to The team, with Lcdr. Walt Stra-

game. end ]) Harvey. I der as captain, will include six
But he picked his men well. Johns players when playing at home and
Led by nimble Jerry Boone, who Station. ; include re- four men on the road.

scored 17 points, the Preps Until ; of sand traps, enlarging I The 1957 golf schedule is now

dumped the touted Electricians. foilnd sprinkling system and in the making and will include
Ably abetting Boone were Chuck they such foes as Georgia Tech, University -

Gardner and Pat Jones who Fishing ..of Florida. Florida State,
netted 18 points. and other college and service

JIM PARKINSON topped the clubs.

Electricians with 22 points, while Any person on active duty here
Jim Pugh bagged 18. may try for a berth on the team.
Art Landy and Hank Powell Bowling .
were the scoring aces of Sup-
port Splinters against NavAir- way Academy, Pill Star
Weaps, with Don Ethell and Cliff leys At
Wives I Speaks Reaches .
Mitchell topping the losers.
Next Week's Schedule: can call : ) Lcdr Vincent Anania of Av'--'

Monday Avfun vs. MAD, AE later : tion Ground Officer School, a o
Kidwell ; v' former Naval football
vs. AGO. Tuesday SS vs. AK,
NavAirWeaps vs. AO. Wednes- -' ; star, will be the principal speaker

day AE vs. NavAirWeaps, Av- r tonight at Fletcher High School's

Fun xs. AK. Thursday SS vs. Newly annual football banquet.
AO, MAD vs. AGO. Jane ; Lcdr Anania, who played four
; years for the Academy from
ty ; 1940, and prior to that a season

Mainside Intramural with the University of Pittsburgh,
will talk on "Football and Sports-
Bowlers Meet
FridayA HOT y Mx manship" to the Fletcher grid-
Mainside intramural bowl- : fww ders.

ing league organizational meet- s The banquet is sponsored by
ing is slated for Jan. 11 at k. the Beaches Sportsman's Club.
0930 at Special Services, Bldg. 4 .
930.Units r A visitor stopping at the CPO

planning to enter com- 3 club room to pass the time of day
petition for the spring of 1957 noticed three men and a dog play-
are urged to have their repre- ing draw poker. "Sure must bea
sentatives at the meeting. r smart dog," commented the

Rules, regulations and other VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS-Meet the 1956 All-Station volleyball stranger.
matters will be discussed. champs, Aviation Electrician's Mate School Sparkles of NATT- "Naw, he ain't so smart," pipedup
League action will commence Center.' The AE men disposed of NARTU, Mainside champions, for one of the trio. "Every time
the crown. Team members are, front row (left to right) George
Jan. 21, with entries to be filed he hand he his
gets a good
Newell; Bill Smith, and Jim Donnely. Back row (left to right)
by 1600, Jan. 11. "Ht Hopp

Pago 8 JAX AIR NEWS 10 January 1957

!4ARAtYs OR T : : -

j$ jfct

AFPS Weekly Feature)
Ing one every day for the past
reunion of .Jeanette MacDonaldand two years. ,

Nelson Eddy on a recent The Service Circuit. Mitchel
CBS-TV "Lux Video Theater" AFB, N. Y., presented'"Noon

stirred the dust of memory. Once Reveille," with 17 musical numbers

filmdom's most famous singing sung and danced by Mitchel

sweethearts, it was the first TV personnel, dependents, and civilian -

appearance together for Miss employees. Story dealt with NO HANDS-Some training models of the Navy's. radar-controlled Regulus missiles have been fit
MacDonald and Eddy; they last AF efforts to raise enlistment ted with landing gear and a drogue 'chute to facilitate landing of the missile after interception by a
made film In 1940. rates by giving members of an "mother" plane. Admittedly expensive jet nlimate economy results since the training missiles can be
a together
used repeatedly while others are expended with each launch. Since Navy equipment as this can be
Profile Some of the better experimental squadron whatever I, teen in the Navy documentary film "Revolution In the Navy soon to be distributed to ship and
moments of the musical "U'lAbner" they wanted, including (you shore installations. .
guessed it) reveille at noon.

Von Climax"occur when bounces"Apassionata on stage. We'll Never Be the Same Bryant Girl Ushers Year '57 At Hospital;

Off stage, this tall) gorgeous red- Here in NYC, two Blue Tick
head Is known as Tina Louise, hounds, which Ella Kazan had 31 Births Recorded In First Seven Days

and has become Broadway's best imported from Mississippi for -

traffic-stopper. At 22 ((5-8h and scenes in "Baby Doll," broke A healthy eight-pound, 13- Field. lrs. Louis Klesalek
and AQ1 and
135 pounds) away from their trainer when ounce baby girl brought the
OF THE 31 babies born between Mrs. D. F. Barnard.
Tina hasparaphrased i they spotted a Fifth Avenue New Year in at the Naval
i Jan. 1 and Jan. 8, 19 were Boys were born to PH2 and
a model walking her tame fox on a Hospital when she arrived in
I girl and 12 were boys. (If the Mrs. R. 1... Lyles, AOl and Mrs.
show gal'sphilosophy leash. They treed him-right outside the delivery room at 0222
:',''', Cartier Jewelers-after New Year's Day. present birth rate continues, some Vincent D. Bratz, HN and Mrs. R.
a. .i a
14,055 babies will be born this
T. Costello
Pvt. and Mrs. Eddie
bout wearing merry chase through the window The 10-day-old lady was
young year at the Hospital.) Macon, AE3 and Mrs. K. E. Yel-
clothes : I' shoppers. named Barbara Ann her
by par- GIRLS WERE born to DK2 and vington AM3 and Mrs. E. R.
"Leave a lit-L at Coincidence File Sailors of 'ents, Airman and Mrs. Everett Mrs. A.. J. Kennedy, AN and Mrs. Steed, TN and Mrs. Frank Reeves,

tie tot herman's Patrol Squadron 775 (based at Thatcher Bryant, of 2617 Ernest II. A. Darnell, Lt. and Mrs. E. A. A02 and Mrs. G..A. Holton, AQC
imagi.\ Los Alamitos NAS, Calif.) named Street, Jacksonville. She is the
Chevalier, FTSN and Mrs. Teddy and Mrs. F. J. Miller, AK1 and
nation, she I their outfit "Sharkfighters" upon Bryants' second child. Bryant is Rich, QMC and Mrs. J. C. Benson, Mrs. B. G. Smith, AOl and Mrs.B. .
says, but"don't the occasion of a visit to the station attached to VA-34 at NAS Cecil AE3 and Mrs. M. M.,Sandlin, FN K., Jernigan and AB3 and Mrs.

tax" it I 1 h by Karen Steele. By coincidence and Mrs. W. C. Templeton, SN V. A. Melton.Supervisors'.

too much. Karen's latest picture is 124 Ensigns and.Mrs. R. C. Malloy, Pvt. and ----...---
Tina Louise "The Sharkfighters" It rained
Mrs. W. R. Stong AE2 and Mrs.
Three Dots Fifteen years for five straight days in NYC Continued from Pare 1)) N. W. Homberg, Sgt. and Mrs. W. Group :Meets

ago, Deanna Durbin got her first after the movie "The Rainmaker" Ralph Magnus Gorden Mann, E. McDonald, AMI and Mrs. H. L. The National Association of Supervisors -

screen kiss. The guy? Robert opened. Some press agents will Wade Markley, John Moser, F. L. Reo, Ltjg( ) and Mrs. R. R. Smith, Local No. 11, will hold
Stack Do you remember the do anything. Moses Jr., Robert Nicherson, Ger- ADI and Mrs. C. A. Allen, Staff its next regular meeting at 1930
the "Our Gang" comedies? Then .4 ald Oilman: William Ore, James Sgt. and Mrs. G. S. Brown Pvt. Jan. 10 at the YWCA, 325 East

you remember Nanetiee Fabrayas Palmer, Jerold Farmer, Allan and Mrs. M. O. Forest, ADI and Duval St.
a three-year-old stepping in Two More Parrent, John Petro, Arnold Pol Poor prizes will be given. All

pies, Danl Crayne is an Arthur tensors Jerry Pontius Richard members are urged to attend.
(Continued from Page 1)) -
Murray dance teacher Prien Paul Quan. Big Year -----...---
able to smash through the sonic
Mercedes McCambrldge (stars in
I. Warners' "Giant"), is a crossword barrier. ALBERT RAGAN, B. W.- ReedJr. (Continued From Page 1)) Process OfContinued

, puzzle fan, starting and complet- With a wing span of only 27 ., Roger Reist, C. L. RobertsJr. low stocking of broader lines of ( From Page 1))
I, feet, the tiny A4D is designed ., Lloyd Robinson Kirk Rod- merchandise. This means that the
without folding wings, carries gers, Harold Rutherford, Thomas exchanges also will be able to I petty officers already exists.

mmmmFOR only a pilot, and is less than half Salvino, Donald Schoeb, R. A. carry more profit items, helpingto The main idea is to have centrally

the size of many current jet Sebastian Jr., William Shaffer, offset the jump in operatingcosts. controlled administrationby
RENT fighters. It is rated superior to Willian Skiff, Robert Siegmund, Thus the customer will pay the Chief of Naval Operations
i many fighters. John Smith, Milton' Smith, Eu- more for some items, but will be through the Naval Examining
3-Bdrm home. Furn. EY-8-3067
Hish. ; The supersonic F8U Crusaderon gene Sollie, Norman Sollie. able to buy more in his exchangeand Center.
ship's store.CUSTOMERS. COMMANDING officer
1-Bdrm. Use. Furn. $65. Mo. 2830 the other hand has phenomenal Richard Sowby, Robert Spare, may
remove a striker's identificationfor
Algonquin Ave; Otto. capbilities. Hoder of the 1956 Peter Stevens, Ernest Stewart, ARE said to
1-Bdrm. Gar. Apt. $10. Wk. 2830 Thompson Trophy National speed Richard Sunbye, Benny Taylor, realize an approximate 20 percent reason of incompetency, pro-
vided such action is substantiatedby
Algonquin Ave; Otto. record of 1,015.428 MPH, the F8U I James Taylor, Benjamin Thomas, across-the board savings compared -
in the service record of
2-Bdrm. Unfurn. Hse. 2920 Harvard is powered by a an afterburner- W. R. Thompson Jr., Robert to prices of similar articlesin entry
an unsatisfactory evaluation in
Ave. EV-9-3958; Dow. equipped turbo-jet engine whichis Tres, John Trout, J. E. TurnerJr. civilian stores. Continued "
4-Rm. Upper Unfurn. Apt. 2580 set in a trim, lightweight airplane ., E. A. Twining Jr., Donald strong attention will be focusedon "professional performance.
Riverside. $70. Avail. Feb. 1.; to achieve greatest possible Vollmer, Joseph Warriner, Julian securing exemptions from All other instances of a re-
Cowart. Apt. 2. speed. It is capable of flying at Wasser, Robert Wheeler, John state tobacco>> and beer taxes, moval of a striker's rating is to

2-Bdrm. Furn. Use. CO-4-8561. altitudes higher than 50,000 feet. Willis Jr., and William Zimbaum. which ,amount to a savings of be referred to the Chief of Naval
\ Paris on Drs. Lake. $70. from two to eight cents on a Operations.A .

Gar. Apt. Furn. 5002 Colonial St. pack of cigarettes and up to $1.20 striker or third class PO

Cor Cassat; Hartfield. per case of beer. who is reduced in rate for disciplinary -

Efficiency Apt. Call after 5 p.m Lit tie Known Facts There has been no major reasons will still keep
650 Park St. EL-5-5981; Wilson change in regulations governing his striker identification. But if
FOR SALE resale store operations since a the reduction is for incompetency -

2-Bdrm. Hse. 5902 Oak Lane Dr. about yodr: navy 1949 compromise between items the striker designation is also

EV-7-4519; Beard. wanted by the services and the lost.PERSONNEL
MISCELLANEOUSWanted v opposing civilian retailers be- in E-4 grades

: Couple to share home came effective. There is no doubt who are reduced to E-3 for in-

2965 Dellwood Ave. EV-9-7848; V : that the Defense proposal now to competency will not be assigned
Hunt. expand items offered by ex- Striker identification upon reduc-

Wanted: Riders from Murray Dr changes will be opposed by the tion in rate.
Murray Hill) to NAS. Working American Retail Federation and
In order for a striker to change
hours 07301610. Anderson-Ex1. similar groups. rating a request must be sub
8349. .n ;- \ fs Defense, however, has its eye I mitted to the Chief of Naval Op-
Wanted: Four passengers living in on keeping up morale, and notes erations and a Naval Training

Riverside and Murray Hill desire 1Z that repeated surveys emphasizethat I: Course must be completed in ad-

trans. to Operations Dept. ( exchange privileges rank dition to a practical factors exam
Working hrs. 08001630. Call high among service personnel in
and a locally prepared exam for
646/348. '. N, !K s NMI Al AAK.ot t ,N 1.. decisions to stay in the armed '
1I ro.NNAL.Mt the rating desired.
Wanted: P. E. McGarrity, BM1, ./. 54 NHMp... services. The survey also shows I
utat M 1w. MST $$U v 9 Twv TNt Complete information may be
stationed :Fleet Sonar School, CAT WA. A a .a... M r.wt that military personnel are more found in BuPers Inst. 1221.1A..
San Diego, Calif., exchangewith wA... concerned with the availability of
merchandise than with its price.
same for Jax 1% more yrs
shore duty. Call EV90135. New items which may soon be R

Wanted: Service wife with lovely found in Navy Exchanges include ana, anna I S onaa9a

home Murray Hill desires another portable typewriters, militarycuff 1 aaaa aaaaca
service wife with small links, sweaters; sports coats aanaHnaa aaa
and children's clothing (now lim- 33323 QZH3 I B3arasD
child or two small children to raanraan
share home. EV72015. ited to infants wear), electric nauo OSHBHaan

blankets, dinnerware, flatware, QHina nannSGJBaa
\ "Daddy, what does it mean that r record players (up to $50), auto- anQH SBntaaa
J Chief Smith went to the convention mobile accessories, tires and usata Q3

\ as a delegate-at-large?" __..,u..'.../MIAtwrw. wsRM W.eS.'V_ .... _.-,-- batteries, cameras, projectors, 0/
"It means he didn't take Mrs. ......... wwn _.. ... ......... W.I............ and numerous other items sough
: Smith." t by rvice'PersonneL (Answer to Part 2 Panic)