Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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( statement of principles issued action to preserve the peace or: vigilance as the watchword of THE FUTURE OF THE and for victory in war. r

by Admiral Arleigk A. of instant offensive action to the present and the future.At NAVY Mobility, surprise, dispersal,
Burke, Chief of Naval Operation win. In war. The will
home or on distant stations Navy always em- and offensive power are the
*, and Vice-Admiral J. L. It is upon the maintenance
we serve with pride, confident ploy new weapons, new tech keynotes of the new Navy. The
Ifolloway Jr., Chief of Naval of this control that our coun-
Personnel, to'be formally dis- try's glorious future depends; in the respect of our niques, and greater power to roots of the Navy. lie in .a

tributed via OPNAV Instruc the United States Navy existsto country, our shipmates. and protect and defend the United strong belief in the future, in
tion.) make it so. our families. States on the sea, under the continued dedication to our
The United States Navy is WE SERVE WITH HONOR Our responsibilities, sober us; sea, and in the air. tasks, and in reflection on our "
responsible for maintaining Tradition, valor, and victoryare our adversities strengthen us. Now and in the future, control heritage from the past.
control of the sea and is a the Navy's heritage from Service to God and Countryis of the sea gives the United Never have our opportunitiesand .
ready force on watch at home the past. To these may be added our special privilege We States her greatest advantagefor our responsibilities been -
and overseas, capable of strong dedication, discipline, and serve with honor. "the maintenance of peace greater.





I ,Home of Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval_ __ _Air_ Technical_____Training_________Center__ ; Naval Hospital

'I Capt. J. E. Fulghum Reports- Here ,

Big Welcome Planned For Dependents

New Medical Officer Diaper Special Arrives June 13 "

Dispensary When wives and children of
officers and men of the aircraft There the big welcome planned., hand to serve plenty of hot coffee

Capt. James E. Fulghum, MC, carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt arrive But before they ever get that and doughnuts. Navy Relief
USN, has reported here from NAS ed here at the NAS Jacksonville aboard the Naval Air Station far, they will be greeted by rep- Society will be represented.And
Corpus Christi! to assume duty as Dispensary, he brought with hima next Wednesday morning, they resentatives of the Jax Navy, the from Jacksonville a special
Senior Medical Officer of the Na desk name-plate that not onlyis will receive a rousing welcome Jacksonville Junior Chamber of sub-committee composed of members
val Air Station Jacksonville, with unique in artistic beauty but from the Jax Navy and civic Commerce, the Officers Wives of the Chamber of Commerce
additional duty as Flight Surgeonof in sentimental interest. I leaders of Jacksonville. Club and Navy Wives Club No. Naval Affairs Committee, led by
Fleet Air ,Jacksonville, and Carved from an unidentified The dependents are arriving in' 68 who will leave here at 0530 W. D. Starke, Jr., and wearing
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) advance of the big carrier, com- that morning In order to board identification armbands, will extend

manded by Capt. John T; Hayward the train at Waycross, Georgia, the glad hand of welcome.
which is due at its new by 0740 Further greetings will be extended -
Polio Shots Lag home NAAS in by Jax'Navy and city
? > ; Mayport August Once arrived at N AS Jax, officials.As .
4! after sailing around Cape Horn. things will really start jumping!
Drs. Urge HasteDoctors The lengthy dependents train,I The Navy band has arranged a soon as everyone gets their
bearings, the dependents will find
bearing 66 wives and 106 children, special program to welcome the
at the NAS Jax Dispensary is due here at 1015 June 13, on the travelers.. The Canteen Corps their themselves special loaded hostesses into the cars of
report that only 218 Inoculations railroad spur back of the Station's I from the Duval County, Chapter, one fOl'each
family- driven to tem-
against polio were giv- football, field on Yorktown Ave. American Red Cross, will be on
porary housing arranged for them
en to children of Naval personnelhere by the Navy in Magnolia Springs
last week, although 1475 ccs
Apartments.Green Cove Springs:'
were available. Stray luggage or boxes will be
With the polio season fast approaching brought along by Red Cross station
it is particularly important wagon manned by Motor
.5 ; '. to take advantage of this Corps drivers.

service provided for, dependentsby The Magnolia Springs apart-
the Navy. "When our supplyof ments are all furnished, and families -
the vaccine was limited," will pay special per diem
: : Comdr. R. J. Martin, assistant rates for the first month. After
jk i medical officer said, "everyone that, if they wish to stay per-
wanted immunization. Now we manently, they can rent furnished
Capt. J. E. Fulghum have an ample supply, the peopleare or unfurnished on a regular

Staff Medical Officer, Naval AirBases I lagging." monthly basis.
If the response continues to be Before departure of the train
6th Naval District.
as poor as in' the past month, he from Bremerton, Washington, the
Capt. Fulghum, who served as added, the supply of vaccine will wives had received a full kit of
senior medical officer at NAS be thrown open to those ready practical information on the Jack-
Christi for than four PLAN FOR FDR DEPENDENTS-Earnestly making plans for
Corpus more
third shots divided
for on a age sonville area from the Jax Cham-
before being ordered to the arrival of families of USS carrier F. D. Roosevelt crew, due
years basis.Toastmasters. here by train June 13, Is this hardworking trio. Left to right: ber of Commerce. They also received -
NAS Jacksonville, is not a stranger Lt. G. D. Bradberry, liaison officer for the dependents who came information from Lt. G. D.
in the dispensary. He served here In advance from Bremerton, Washington; Lcdr. W. T. Voll- Bradberry, of the FDR who is
here as head of the thriving mer, head of the local planning committee, of Fleet Air Jacksonville
World War II aviation medicine ; and Mrs. Ruth Reese, president of the local Navy Wives serving as liaison officer for the
Club. dependents, giving full information
section, and was welcomed aboard CommendedMembers
on they can expect in
by his former secretary Mary of the Jax Navy Toastmasters Twin Treats Slated For their'new quarters.
Hardee, who now serves in
Club No. 546, who under Bradberry's information sheet
the same capacity.A took the job of speaking before Enlisted 0 Club Dates gives full details on schools,
quiet man, with a wide .va Jacksonville and Beach civic: organizations churches, shops, transportation,
riety of hobbies, Dr. Fulghum began and recreational and utility facilities
on the topic of Armed Charlie Spivak, "the man who:
his Navy career in 1931 when Forces Day without thought of dance Tuesday at King Hall from at Green Cove Springs. He
plays the sweetest trumpet in the i
he Interned at the N. Y. Navy reward, received a pleasant surprise 2000 to 2400. He will play another further has sent husbands aboard
Hospital. Before that he had received this week.A world," and Miss Sunny Gale, the date Wednesday at the Officers the ship information on where to

his medical degree from commendation from the Navy .gal with the big voice and the Club, from 2000 to 0100. And an write their wives, what rent they

, the Medical College of Virginia at Chief of Information, Washington Frankie Laine delivery,join forces additional treat, RCA Victor's' must pay, and other matters husbands
Richmond, after completing "pre- D. C., complimented the next week to give a thrill of ex- singing sensation, Sunny Gale, naturally want to know.
med" at Wake Forest ;College, Toastmasters on behalf of the Sec- citement to both officer and enlisted will come through on both counts Not all the dependent are arriving
North Carolina, his native state. retary of the Navy for "an excel. personnel. with her, best offerings. by the"special train. Some will

He studied' aviation medicine at lent Armed Forces Day effort" Charlie and his top-flight or- Those who haven't heard Charlie come by private transportation.Some .
NAS Fensacola in 1940 and was a and commended them for a job. chestra will play for a crew's Spivak play his famous horn, will remain where they are,
member of the Naval Aviation well done. soft and smooth, have somethingto or with relatives in other locali-

Cadet Board at New Orleans for I The local group, under the dIrection live for. He features his trumpet ties. But those who do arrive hero
more than two years. During of Lt. A. Ken Knoizen, Air News Still practically all the time, and Wednesday will know well whatit
World War II he served aboard chairman of the speakers bureau, plays plenty of licks for the means to be a true Navy wife
the aircraft carrier USS Casablanca AFD Steering Committee, had Seeking Help trained ear. and how efficiently the Navy
in the Pacific: area for 18 looks after its own.WFATHER .
filled 32
speaking engagements ,As for Sunny Gale a New York
months. He also served Senior The Jax Air News is still in .
as between 14 and
May 19.
May columnist wrote: "When she'ssinging
dire need of assistant editor
Medical Officerand flight C>
surgeon Word of their achievement reach. a bouncy tune, Sunny OUTLOOK
and a sports writer.
at Naval activities in New
ed the Navy Secretary through a The assistant editor's post is throws more curves around her Friday Partly cloudy with
Orleans Jacksonville Green Cove
letter and a'summary of their ad- than
Vic Raschi on one,of his evening thundershowers.
in civilian "
a capacity, while the
Springs and at NAS
Agana, dresses forwarded to him by the
Guam sports desk position must be days. girl doesn't havea Saturday Continued warm
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce filled from enlisted ranks. straight line anywhere along with possible showers
When Captain Fulghum report- her 5-foot, 119-pound chassis. I Sunday Cloudy.


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;s: Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 7 June

i-;Jr.;; o xujiwii Preaches Sundays, I

) I
Published! marry Thursday foe Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air

>H,\ Station, Jacksonville Florida NAS Jecksea'llle CATHOLIC Snaps Pix Mondays

. Capt. William S. Harri -- -- ..i..... Commanding Officer Sunday Mass 0800, 0900,
.f.. Comdr. John N. Mjera _, --,- Kiecullve: OlttcerVlfwA 1000 St. Edward's ChapeL -
the week
Air JarVkonitlU A Navy sailor during
t 1(} Rear Adm. Delbrrt S. Corn,,' ll Commander Saturday Mass, 0800. and minister of God on Sun- after his. Navy "boot camp" at
Capt. Richard: O. Greene ... 'Chid el Stall a San
E, t Daily Mass, 0630. Diego, in 1952. At the time
of James
varied life
is the
'1"" Air VN Elcrta days
*,;' {",apt. Down F. McLeod .C u.. t.... Commander Sunday 0630, Mass at the Hartzell photographer second he was 20 years old. While serving -
\ Comdr. Richard L>a\la -_-.. Duel Suit Off cer Hospital Chapel 1900, Instruc- aboard the command
; ship
I of the Naval Air
Naval Air 'THhlral Tnt.l.c CenterCapt. ,
' henry C. DeLong -_ Commanding Of fleer tion Classes, Building 463. Center Photo Labora USS Eldorado in Korea, he held
1 I Comdr. Edward. Bishop __..._- Executhe Officer: Training services for the Army in Pusan

I Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Naval IlMpiUI CammandlnK Officer PROTESTANTThursday t tory.The six-foot, one-inch Navy when the- ship docked there.
Capt. 1. A. Newton Kxrculhe:: Officer June Hartzell
NAltTU man is a member of the Church plans to attend Florida

Comdr. Laurence F. Steffcnhagcn Commanding Officer 1900 All Saints' Choir Re- .. ._.uu.u........._.___.__ Christian College when he is re-
hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. leased this summer from
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station active
', Jackiomtlle Florida. and printed commercially with non-apt'ropelated funds Sunday, June 10 : duty in the Navy. At present, he
1 at rfo expense to the frorernment find In compliancewith NAVEXOS P-35. Hev. 0800) Episcopal Communion his wife and
, _' Nov. 1945. Copies-are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the --t son Dorwin, live
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the Service, Chaplain Nickelson. aboard the Station.
r U. S. Naval Hospital. 0930) Sunday School for ages -
Service Information Officer Lcdr. T. P. Morgan 45 *
4 adults.
Editor Andrew II. !'Ianp)' through
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes nil; Marion Cracraft. 0930 Service of Divine Wor;
JO2; Nancy Ward. JO3. ship,'Chaplain Carpenter. NATTCenterSchools
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS material .appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe 1100 Service of Divine Wor-
written permission of .Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other Griffin. Name
ship Chaplain
matter except by service publications U prohibited without permUslon of ,lkc i.
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. Monday, June 11 des +ruw.r
Editorial offices located MaiD Administration Building. Phone extensions 1930 Latter Saints' Service
8W6 216 and 8L64. wITS .... Honor GradsGraduations
Bldg. 750.
> : Tuesday, Jane 12
,. 1900 Episcopal Instruction prevalent every.
>. :. Class Bldg. 563. where' in June, are no less so

,. : e} 1930 Christian'Science Serv- in schools of the Naval Air Tech-
: .;i
ez / ; ice, Bldg. 750. nical Training Center.

..1 1930 .-=; Bible Study Group
; Capt. Henry C. DeLong com-
Bldg. 804.Thursday manding officer of NATTCenter

June 14 ._.. will address the graduating class
1900 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal .nnn. of Aviation Ground Officer Schoolat
r < : All Saints' ChapeLST. Harttell, PN2, NATTC, pre- 1400 in King Hall, when 64

LUKE'S CHAPEL pares a text for his Sunday ser- junior U. S. Navy officers will receive -
mon at Orange Park Church of their diplomas.The .
(Naval. Hospital, Protestant) Christ _
honor student in last
f r 0930- Sunday School and Nur- of Christ, and occupies the pulpit week's graduating class from Avi-

sery. of the Orange Park Church every ation Ordnanceman School ClassA
0930 Divine Worship-Chap
Sunday.A at NATTCenter John
lain was
William A. Swcts. native of Oklahoma, he is Whelan, aviation ordnanceman

Tuesday, June 12 following in the foosteps of his striker, who joined the Navy a

1930-Instruction Class for personnel father, R. A. Hartzell, an evangelist year ago.His next billet in NAA

of Presbyterian or Reformed whose church is in Bovina. San Diego, for further transfer.
background, Hospital Chapel. Texas. Hartzell first preached just
Ronald McCubbins, aviation
DOUGHNUTS TO DOLLARS AT NAVY EXCHANGE :.+...rww ....may ... ...ni.... .,...... an.uy.v; .. .. ., !'CM."E electrician's mate striker of Dan-
SANDWICII SHOP-The spice and icing that makes Navy exchange -
... ville, Va., was the honor student
fit for the CDR Jack
: doughouts gods tempts even McCnrdy
(center) as he makes his weekly inspection .f the area with IL L. in last week's graduating class
Dye (left), Navy Exchange Food Service manager. CDR. McCurdy. from Aviation Electrician's Mate
senior medical officer of NATTCenter, is pleased with shop's A-i School A. lie joined the Navy in

condition and new equipment.Sandwich ** June of last year, and has now

been assigned to NAS Occana,

Shop Turns Out Va.. for duty.Aviation. Electrician's Mate

School Class B, named Jack Golden

chief electrician's mate and a

Tasty Snacks By Carload veteran of both WW II and Ko-

rea, as honor student in last
Everyone can make a sandwich, I. Service manager. To do the job week's graduating class. A nativeof
Santa Maria, Calif., Golden
even Dagwood! I efficiently and well, always main has been ordered to duty with

But it takes teamwork of the taining excellent sanitary condi- VA-151 aboard the carrier USS

kind best learned in the Navy, to tions, requires "know-how, plan- Lexington on the West Coast.

make a lot of sandwiches-say, ning, adequate space and equipment I + .

roughly, about 60,000 dozen a fresh appetizing ingredients HAM ON RYE COMING UP-AssembIy! line tactics are required -

month. And the number may increase and skill at the sandwich sandwiches In the gobbled Navy Exchange down by Sandwich the thousands Shop to at provide the Exchange the tasty NAS Jax Host
to as high as 128,000 doz- board." n oaUet

en, in the Navy Exchange Sand, The Sandwich Shop has all of For NROTCsTen

wich Shop down inUuilding 517. these adding considerable new CPAs Check Inventory HereFive

Newly equipped and all air- equipment in ,the past year. This newly commissioned Navy

includes additional freezers offer- auditors from the Certi- Reserve
conditioned the spice-and-sugar Officer Training Corps
ing 350 cubic feet storage capa- i lations. The financial
perfumed sandwich and doughnut fied I'ubligAccounting Firm, S. D. condition ofNa'Y graduates will report at the Na-
city stainless steel tables bowls
; ,
area is a wonderful place to work, trays; and required small accessories -i Leidesdorf and Co., New York Exchanges! must be certi- val Air Station June 22 on tem-
provided waistline will field by this firm at the end of the
your examined
such as spatulas, knives, I City the accounts and porary duty awaiting flight train
.. stand It. Working on an assembly scoops and similar items. observed the inventory procedures I fiscal year. The "spot check" of
line .basis, the shop turns out 15 the ing.The
All meats used in the area'ssnack accounts and procedures
varieties of sandwiches, using Ii of the Jacksonville Navy Ex- young Ensigns will remain
bars and cafeterias
are Jacksonville
seven tons of sandwich meats, here. This includes pork processed change this past Friday and Sat occurs about every until Oct. 7, when they will be
of bread and 6500 three years. The check is conducted
8,000 loaves chops .served in quick lunch urday. ordered to NAS Pensacola.
hamburger buns every month. style, ,and a monthly 5,000 poundsof This is a requirement of the ments May at the so end that of financial June state- During the' 64 working days
It also between five can
produces hamburger patties.A Armed Services Exchange Regu- published with they will spend here, Capt. Wil-
and six thousand dozen dough- delay. of-
liam S. Harris, commanding
nuts every month-spIced, sugared Naval Institute ficer, has approved a program of
: plain, and chocolate and vanilla Opens EM Contestappear indoctrination in which they will

iced. rotate for brief periods in Medical
What happens to all the sand- new enlisted men's essay addition to the winner, honorable ; in
three Special
places, on the Security, Discipline,
wiches, hamburgers and dough-I contest sponsored t by the U. S. mention essays may be publishedin title page of the essay, on the out- Services Military Personal and

jiuts after they are wrapped, labeled -; Naval Institute is open to any the Proceedings of the Insti- side of a scaled envelope contain- Comptrollers Departments and
and ready for delivery? A
of them trucked'to active duty enlisted man or wo- tute, paid for at $20, $35, or $50 ing the writer's name, and above Divisions with the greater periods
good part
the name and address of the spent in the Overhaul and Repair,
of the Marine Corpsor
man Navy magazine
NAAS Mayport, NS Green Cove per page.
inside this sealed envelope. Supply, Public Works, Operationsand
Springs NAS Cecil Field, and Coast Guard. Deadline for en- AU essays must be typewritten,I The sealed envelope will not be Administration Departments.

NAS Glynco, Ga., The rest are tries is August 1, 1956. double spaced, on paper approximately opened until after the winner
is engineering
sold in the 10 snacks bars and The essay, of not more than 8%" by 11", and two com- selected. The NROTCs are

cafeterias operated locally by the 8,00 words, may be on "any sub- plete copies'must be submitted.The Essay and identifying graduates from leading universities Louis-

Navy Exchange.In ject pertaining to the naval pro- name of the writer must must be mailed in envelope Including Missouri,
a -
large indoctrination
all, the Exchange operates fession. The prize will be not not appear on either copy, and the envelope to "Enlisted Prize sealed ville, Ky.; and Kansas. The the endorsement -
27 food outlets, according to 11. less than $300 nor more than $700, essay must have a motto in ad- Contest, U. S. Naval Institute program of
L. Dye, NavExchange Food plus a gold or silver medal. In dition to a title. The motto must Annapolis, Maryland." of Chief, Bureau
Aeronautics, USN.




-7 June 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three'

CVG-1, Fasion Six VP-16, VW4, Fasron a tie. r

109, VA-45 ReportScouting

./ '

Squodrons 5't-

Attack Squadron 176 newly ball team slaughtered NAS Communications ik

commissioned in June 1955, fired Tuesday, May 2, at
I by NATTC Librarian
it first two and 13 of Albemarle Field. Ronald Clark .
? complexes all libraries in the )
for Navy area.
did the hurling. That's nine
the 18 pilots the coveted
As much of
Newspapers: a part
wins and only one loss for the
"E" The
Navy fired
competes "Hunters." our way of life as coffee and ap
were high altitude dive and low pIe pie. Most libraries have the
altitude June 1, William J. Price .
loft bombings. The com- was
local paper several subscribe; to
pexes were shot while'the promoted' to lieutenant junior, out-of-town and
many papers
squadron was deployed to Guan- grade. Congratulations. everybody reads 'em! '
tanamo Day, Cuba. :' The squadron received ,four r wy I Whether you look for editorials,

Those winning the individual"E" .new hands this week and three i sports or ,the comic page in your
were Comdr. II. J. Badger, old hands were transferred for a ; favorite paper you'll; know the
CATG 202; Comdr. James M. duty elsewhere. Reporting in dateline, is June, for every paper
O'Brien} commanding officer of were: Charles R. Adams, ACAN; I pictures lovely brides and hand
VA-176; Lcdr. Gene Tcrnasky, 'I Charles R. Nelson, ACAN; some grooms.
executive officer; Lcdr. Jim Stevenson Charles K. Clift, ACAN, all from This is the season when "all
operations officer; Lt. NAS Glynco Ga.; and Gerald A. the world loves a lover." If you

Fred Woessner; Lt. Gene Carroll; Blomberg AG3 from the USS are taking the leading part, being -
Lt. Frenchy Somme; Ltjg) Al Coral Sea (CVA-43))., klnderrarten YOUNGEST vented GRADUATES by Navy This Wives cram Club of got nursery,together tots I happy attendant, remember

Headley; Ltjg:) Grady Harrison; I Those being transferred Include their graduation days to "swap campus memories. Juniors ing or just dreaming there is -
Ltjg( ) Chuck Metz; Ltjg( ) Bob William E. Morgan AN, to front row, left to right: ArIa Strietland:;: Susan Jaae : I pertinent reading. ,
Jones; Ltjg( ) Pete Crosby, and I VU-10 at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; John Maze; Kathie Myers sad Nancy Anania. Seniors I Love at the Threshold: A practical
I behind then, left to right, are: Stephen Keegaa; Cheryl
Ltjg( ) Charles Ward. I Donald W. Shea CS2 to NTC Theme Clarke; Bonnie. TUley; and Bruce Carrier. I approach to the emotional
Attack Squadron 176 is attached Bainbridge Maryland ; and and physical aspects of the sub
to Air Task Group 202 and is Charles W. Harvey AL3, to I ject.
based at NAS Cecil Field. Brunswick, Maine. Nursery Graduates I Tour Dating Days: Of special
VA-3 I interest to those who are enjoying

Comdr. 'Thaddeus, Coleman VA-J04 the days during which careful

took the helm of Attack Squadron The battle for the majority between KiddiesLittle plans are made for a lifetime of
VA-36 at NAS Cecil Field I the brown-baggers and the Kindergarten I happiness.

during a change of command I bachelor officers of VA-104 during I Before Ton Bfarry. When Ton
ceremony held last Friday. lIe the past year has resulted in folks as well as big folks The five-year-old seniors Marry: Two books by experienced
relieved Comdr. Louis A. Menard. an overwhelming victory for the are counted among the sweet counselors. The first is based on
Prior to his new assignment, I brown-baggers: June graduates, in the Navy as into ,their own Tuesday questions most frequently asked
when 50 certificates of )
I well elsewhere as kindergartens -
Comdr. Coleman was executive as by thoughtful people contemplating
In fact the bachelors are now permitting recipients to enter
officer of the same unit. I called die-hards. get into the cap-and-pown marriage. The second con.
Comdr. Menard has been or- act with displomas and celebra grade next September, were !siders wedding plans adjustments .
dered to duty to the Office of the I During the past year starting tions. sented by Mrs. Nan I RH factor, adoption of
Chief of Naval Operations in I with the bachelors ahead 13-6, Two classes at the Nursery mer nursery supervisor. I children, etc.
Ltjg( ) Dan Clodfelter started awarded
the seniors
Washington, D.C. He had been i Kindergarten operated by the were I Marriage Medical and Sacramental
ball rolling last June followed by of merit instead of
skipper of VA-36 since September Navy Wives Club were advanced I Study: When you have
Ltjg( ) Dean in December since
Rodgers certificates, they are not '
in ceremonies held at the Nur-
1954. selected life's
so this-year it's Ltjg( ) Dick 'I old enough to enroll in first your partner you
The squadron flies the famous sery this week. The tiniest tots, I will see your chaplain and your
Hendel and Ltjg( ) Joe
F9F-5 Panther jets, the only ones Haggard. from 3 to 4, went up from juniors The children presented I doctor. Here is a book to help
With the lead in hand short skits which
to seniors Monday morning were
in the Jacksonville area, and is a understand and remember their
unit of Air Task Group 201. brown-baggers will continue to with Mrs. George Kasnias, directing by group singing all directed guidance. ,
forge ahead with two June wed- the program. In all, 34 Mrs. Walter S. Bedard Jr. Wedding Etiquette Complete:
TF-43 dings by Ltjg( ) Bill Ashley and received promotion certificates Mrs. Bedard, who has Most books of etiquette contain

Following a month in Cuba I Ltjg( ) George Sheldon. Congratulations while proud parents watched the senior class for the past several chapters' on the subject.

VF-43 is getting back to normal I to all of them. their offspring present a programof years and Mrs. Kasnias, This one concentrates on the traditions
life at NAB Jacksonville. The squadron recently welcomed dancing; circus skitS"'arid play. class teacher for seven years 4)I from engagement, house
I aboard N. S. Kline ADC port that they have graduated
Gunnery is the order of the day lets.A planning parties and the ceremony -
in preparation for a shoot-off I who left some plush duty and fog repast of cookies and cakes that time, respectively, 500 itself. Special section (or
I in Fasron 200 in London for first grade, and.200 to second
with VF-81 of Oceana, Va. The rewarded the juniors' tear of kindergarten military weddings and an unusual
winner of this match goes to El I Jacksonville. Welcome. aboard. work. kindergarten. chapter on Canadian customs. For
I the convenience of "remember
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Centro Calif. for an All-Navy
shoot later in the month. ing" there is a list of anniversarygifts
Arthur L. Northrup, AEC, and Navy Braid Within Reach of EMs right to the 75th anniver

Carl C. Funk AOC, received con sary.
gratulations and certificates as While the new enlisted man; ifications of the fleet candidates personnel appointed to Navy Wife. Marine Corps Wife:
feel that he is the bottom For those who accept the challenge
permanent chiefs during an inspection may nominated for assignment to the officer will be removed from
held last on the career ladder and and joy of following a serviceman's
of the squadron rung ,
Naval Preparatory School will be TAR program and assigned
Friday. discount opportunities offered to Chief Naval with career. Plenty of helpful
determined by the of duty the Regular Navy.
him by the Navy a com hints especially geared to service
Certificates also went to Eugene Personnel on the basis of their Selection of EMs for
life but equally applicable to all .
missioned officer today started as
Jordan AE2 Carl A. Baksa
; apprentice seaman.It grades. ment to :flight training as couples who may do some moving
AMI, and Carroll L. Bergeron Applications should be submitted Aviation Cadets, Naval about. ,
ADZ who achieved their present takes time, yes. But the Navy
on Form NAVPERS 675, depends on completion of Parties on a gadget: One of .
rates. has announced only recently that which, with preliminary examina- years of college at an several books to give the zest or
Nine men joined the squadronthis about 1960 EMs obtain commissioned tions may be requisitioned from college or university, or originality when you entertainthe

week. They were: Jerome F. status in the Regular Navyor the appropriate district publications the service-accepted wedding party, the anniver- ,,
Fair, ADI; Donald Brenier, AA; Naval Reserves every year. and printing offices, Com- and having attained Basic sary group-.or just the neighbors!
Joal Gowan, AA; Charles Mar. They do so through nine differ- ServLand and ComServPac. Battery scores of 120 for I Quality nooses on a Budget:
coil, SA; Everett Mitchell AN; ent continuing programs all but Appointments to commissioned plus ARI and 58 Mech. Of course the bride and groom
Donald Poling AN; James Rose- one of which lead to an ensign's grade under the Integration pro- must be at least 18 but less live on rosy clouds but the necessary -

mark, AA; Thomas Sliman commission. The ninth, through gram are limited to the line, codes 25 years of age on date of home makes a book of house
AOAA; and Terry Yockel SA. A which 600 Ems are expected to 1100 and 1310 (the latter for pilots I ration is submitted;they must plans delightful for more prac- ,,
hearty welcome is extended to all make the leap in Fiscal Year 1957, assigned to DIFOT), Supply Corps I a contract agreeing to remain tical dreaming until the plans can
these men. is for warrant officer. active duty for four years
(3100)), and Civil Engineer Corps come true.Blue .
The rest, broken down show ((5100)). date of first reporting to .
VW-4 that 200 will become ensigns Appointment under the Limited duty in the grade of NavCad;

. The "Panic Machine" has been through the Integration program; Duty Officer program are limit- must be unmarried and agree GrossPayments '
200 the Limited Officer remain unmarried until .
installed in the "Skipper's" through Duty ed to Line including personnel ,
fice and the,"Hurricane Hunters' program; 160 through appointment qualified as pilots and assigned to sioned; they must attain the i
are buzzing like bees around the to the Naval Academy; duty in DIFOT, Supply Corps and dicated grade of 3 on Due
hangar as everything is being put 200 through the Naval Reserve Civil Engineer Corps, for the performance qualification tests and flight
in ship-shape since all hands Officers' Training Corps ; 400 Of limited duty only in tude rating tests; they must Civilian employees who recently -
await the appearance of "Anna",I through the NavCad program; technical fields indicated by their physically qualified and subscribed to Blue Cross- '
the first hurricane of the 1956' and 200 through Officer Candidateor warrants or ratings.Appointments tically adapted for actual Blue Shield Group Health Insur-
season. Aviation Officer Candidate pro- of aircraft in accordance with ance Plan, are reminded that the
grams. under the War- Manual of the Medical effective date of all new contracts ,
Airborne Early Warning Squadron -
rant Officer (W-1) program
ment and they must be is June 15..
officers all
Four has three hands ship- Commanding are ea. be for the performance of dutyin
motivated to fly and possess Premiums to be paid by new
ping over for another six-year ger to see enlisted men of officer technical fields indicated by
hitch. They are: Donald W.: Shea, calibre in their commands ad.. their ratings. Those eligible or becoming tential officer like qualities. members will be due and payable
CS2; Dale D. Brown CS-2; and vance as rapidly as possible.I eligible, for retirementwill Candidates for the NROTC during this month's regular collection .

Conly A. Ownby, AD2. Here's Those aspiring to the Naval Acad-I be required to agree not to gram will be selected on the period on the 18th and
hoping you three have another emy can qualify mentally by. 19th. New contracts and Identification
apply for voluntary retirement. sis of eligibility requirements cards will be delivered ,
successful six years in the Navy. passing examinations in algebra,
VW-4 did it again! With a plane geometry, English and U. before completion of three years' eluding successfully passing I when received by the Industrial

score of 19-3, the "Hunters" soft-S. History. The-educational qual- service as warrant officer. TAR (Please Tarn to Pare t, Col. .Relations Department.r .'


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It',, 30 Years Service |

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:,tI Comdr Jewel E. Westmorelandretires : I

as of June 1, after 30 years Personalities-different as day
! and night cold and hot
J of active duty in the Navy, 16 of ; running
water. Housed under the
which were spent as an enlisted same
man.I ? -y root and united for the same purpose -
are a group of individuals
. A native Prescott Ark. the
I of ,
who are by no means alike in
.1 commander enlisted on April 20,
feelings, ideas, and their
uta outlook
1926 at Little Rock. lie advanced
on life.
Ii through the rates until he be-
? came an ACAP. Taking his flight Don't believe use Take a look

_.m. "-'- -' .. .......- training in 1928 at the Naval Air at the Waves walking around the
t Station, Pensacola, he won his Station. They are as different in
1 RETIRES WITII 30 YEARS wings and became a pilot.He personality as. in physical form.
I SERVICE Cdr. J. E. West The Young At Heart She
I moreland, well known at NAS teceived his first commis- SAFE DRIVING CLASS Enlisted personnel from various is at
Jacksonville, retired this week sion with the rank -of lieutenant commands of the Fleet, receive Instruction on safe driving from that in-between wonderful age in|
(( on completing 30 years service Cpl. Floyd Crawford Florida Highway Patrol (left). George ute when one is old enough to
grade on March 21, 1942.
f with the U. S. Navy Duckworth, (right) safety Inspector, Safety Division of Industrial take on the responsibilities of
and during World War II he Relations in charge of the session.
adulthood, but can still take advantage
served duty at Jacksonville Naval -
Sub Keel Laid Air Station where he was attached of the margin allowedby
the unwritten customs
to the Air Operations Training IRD State Highway Patrol and
The keel of the largest submarine Command.In traditions of civilization for young
ever attempted was laid last people. Dressing for an eveningof
f week in Groton Conn. Powored September of 1943 he was dancing and dining is "george"
transferred to the Caribbean Sea
Hold Safe
by two atomic-reactors, SS-586 frontier Command and was stationed Driving but slipping into shorts and blouse
for a day at the beach, topped off
will be a radar picket vessel designed at San Juan, Puerto Rico,
'l to be the first ship of an where he remained until Marchof with hamburgers "all the way"

all-atomic task force. 1944, returning to NAS Jacksonville For Jax Military PersonnelA and t6rrific.a great"' big soda is just as

Construction started May 29, to the AOTC until Juneof
f and she is expected to join the 1947 when he was transferredto The Intellectual-Usually among

; fleet in January 1960. The job of Argentia, Newfoundland, safety education program, from 1300 to 1400, and the second j the older members of the servIce

\ the big submarine will be to scout I where he assumed the duty of conducted by Corporal Floyd between 1415 and 1515. They are I she has passed the stage of
I on the far fringes of the carrier operations officer. Crawford, of the Florida Highway identical in treatment and sub "rock and roll" and flashy con-

1 task force and give warning of lIe remained at Argentia until Patrol, and a representative of ject matter. vertibles and is content readingthe

danger aproaching by air, on the 1949 when he was transferred to the NAS Safety Division, has Able declared it is the intention writings .of Proust, Hemming.

\ surface or under the sea. NAS Cecil Field where he filled been set up by the Industrial Relations of the Safety Division to ex- way or Graham Green. When she

the billet of operations officer. In Department at the Naval pose as many military personnelas speaks it is because she has

:> CAG-1 1 "E" Winner )950 he was grounded with 8,000 Air Station. possible to the needs for safe something to say and it is usually

lying hours to his credit and was Planned to reduce traffic accidents I driving through this informativeand well-worth listening to.

All squadrons of Carrier Air transferred to Worcester, Mass., involving 'military personnel worthwhile program. The The Liberty Gal seen at
Group One were awarded grades where he served inspector-in using the public'highways on hope is that traffic fatalities and 1630 going out the front door fora

of "Excellent" last week. by Rear structor until 1951. off-duty time, such a program casualties may be reduced at leastto big night, determined not to return -

Admiral Delbert S: Cornwell, The he transfer. has long been indicated, according a minimum, if not eliminated- to barracks life until her eyes
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville same year was to Charles Able ,
safety su- altogether.
no longer Always
can stay
( r open.
red to the U. S. Naval Station at
f during the 'air group's annual Roosevelt Road Puerto Rico perintendent of IRD. Commanding officers who wishto on the go, never stopping her
administrative-material in- The safety classes are held every send personnel to these classesare mad-living and yet never
where he served as executive officer -
spection. Thursday afternoon in Build- urged to contact the Safety
until January of 1954 and tired, she uses more energy on
Accompanied by Comdr. Quentin again was returned to Jacksonville ing 168, Room 219! They consistof Division at Extension 756 beforethe the dance floor in one evening
C. Crommelin Commander lectures, visual aids and sessions scheduled. This
gen are than the average uses ina
I to serVe duty until his person
Carrier Air Group 17, Assistant retirement eral discussions, presented in two will insure that all persons may week. She thinks turned up collars -

\ Chief Inspector, Admiral Corn- sessions. The first session runs be accommodated properly. and pizza are a must in a
well conducted an inspection of While an API he was marriedin -- r plan for happy living.

all air group personnel, work 1930 to Miss Bonnie Irene Am- The Star-at-ome-From 1700
shops, barracks and administrative -' mons of Asheville N. C. The I 44/
offices. cou to 2400 you find her in the lounge,
pIe will make their home in Jack planted in a soft chair, sandwich
Carrier Air Group One, is com- sonville. ts in'hand, eyes glued to the tele-

prised of VF-14, headed by vision set. Commercials, news,
Comdr. Walter Roach VF-174
; "
westerns and science fictions -
led by Comdr. Charles J. Schroeder -
PromotionDates she sits through them all. In a
; VA-12, Comdr. Paul H. Du- CPO
trance she doesn't hear the phone
rand and VA-15, Comdr. Lewis
; ring, the voice ,of the master-at-
B. J enntn gs. AdvancedThe
arms over the loud speaker, or
Navy has okayed the pro- the continuous patter of feet
WAVE Ships Over; motion of 1080 enlisted personnelto across the deck. She is there with

Likes To Travel chief on June 16, rather than the actor on the screen, living the
( the previously scheduled July 16 role as if it were her life and
ky :
\ For a girl with a "willing wan promotion date. .. Hy .. A h a{ N ;., ;, % destiny.
-"' "-''' '' '''' "''''''''''''''' ;
derlust" and who likes travel ---;v : ; ': ::
to The first 1147 CPO promotions, SCORERS_ 248 wmmr a'rp'4oP'/iiFJarwaiW: 6ni+{i'HIGH The Athlete Puts her boyfriend
Exactly hits riddled '
especially by air, whether in prop resulting from the February by :four VF-U pilots daring annual competitive exercises target at sleeve 25,000 to shame by rattling off

I, 1 planes or the mighty Jets, the exams, were made on May 16. feet. With members of VF-43's ordnance crew, the foursome display the batting averages of all major
I Navy is the place to be. However the remaining three their handilwork. Left to right: John F. Clifton, A03: Ltjg( ) league hitters and continues to
At least that is how Susie Ma Charles Conrad and LtJg) Demetrio A. Verich, both "E" winners; add insult to injury by giving all
CPO promotion groups will go upon Eugene L. Ford Jr, AOl; Ltjff( ) Herman F. Fichtner; Kenneth E.
rie Helman, personnelman 3rdclass Billick, AO2; Ensign Jack Penney; and Harvey C. Woodham, A03. the latest statistics on sports. Ask
I feels about it-and proved originally scheduled dates: her the newest info on world

her sincerity by reenlisting for Sept. 16, Nov. 16 and Jan. 16, 1957.IVf43.Gunnery Earns Navy E events and she comes to a stand-

another two years on completionof still, but mention Ted Williams
her first tour of four years lour weeks of Intensive gun- during the course of conversa-

active duty. Sworn in early last -. .: nery practice paid off for VF-43 topped theirs with 89 hits, then tion and you will be briefed on

. Tuesday morning by Capt. E. J. s, last week when five pilots riddledthe Ltjg( ) Conrad returned to the his career from past to presentand
i ,'
: S. Young, acting commanding officer target sleeve at 25,000 feet honor spot with 91. perhaps a prediction on his

I of Naval Air Bases, 6th Naval enough times to earn individual Seemed as if no one could hold future. Guys ask her out, the an

District, she was off on leave "E's" during annual competitive the top slot for long Lt. Jack M swer is always the same.. "Sure,

j to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. exercises. Jones chalked Up 93 hits and Lt I'll go. Pick me up after the
Charles L. McGee, in Toledo, 9# Winners of the "E" were: Lt (jg) Demetrio A. Verich came game. We play softball tonight."

I Ohio. ; (jg's) Jm C. Geoghegan, William back with 97. Personalities make this i ol

I Susie enlisted in Detroit, Mich., Dehart, Hal N. Wellman) Deme- The century mark was finally world go round and the best recipe
f : on June 3, 19S2.* he is a graduate : trio A. Verich and Herm Fichtner. broken by Ltjg) Don J, Sommer we have found goes: Start off

t of Waite High School, Toledo; and With efficiency "E's" in the off with an even 100 hits, but even with a pinch of the young, at
,i attended both Toledo University ingand high hopes of retainingthe he had to hand the record back heart add of the intellectual -
: just a drop
and Ohio State University in Co r. Naval Aviation News "Dew to Ltjg( ) Hal N. Wellman who notch of the stay-at-
lumbus. Her immediate goal, on Jug" award, the coma Jtive spirit remained high man with 119 hits. home, three a specks of the home-

returning to duty here, is to "at ., among pilots caused: individual The highest single banner was maker, a dash of the liberty gal

tain a liberal knowledge of air .,,. high hands scoring honors to change brought in by Ltjg's( ) Charles and a spoonful of the athlete.
travel, operations, and the satisfaction rapidly. Conrad, Herm Fichtner, Dcmetri Whip well into shape and your
of visiting old places and FASRON MAN-OF-THE--' First week's practice saw Lt A. Verich and Ensign Jack M. masterpiece is finished. Before
MONTH-Bernard D. Mescal, (jg) Charles Conrad Penney
new.. high man They totaled 248 hits in to
AL2, received the Man-of-the- you stands a Navy Wave-fun
Month award for May, with the with 75 hits out of 150 rounds': ,. the tattered sleeve. know and a joy to be with.
"I'd like Born roach poison. congratulations of Comdr. Sid- but he was soon over taken by During May, the squadron 4 .
'Do you want to take it with ney Engelhardt, commanding maintained
officer Ltjg) Hal N. Wellman who 200 percent utilizationand Officer The after
you?" of Fasron 109. Assigned came !. to seaman:
1 "No, thanks I'll send! the to the squadron's Electronics in with 82. five 95 hours percent availability. Fifty- noon off . The afternoon oft!
shop, Mescal has been attached flying
roaches over after It!" Ltjg) Jim C. averaged What do you think you are a
i. t. 109 for almost two ;yean. Gcoghegan per squadron pilot human being?"

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I 1956' .

I 7 June JAX AIR Page Five

: Big T Due Mayport August, Up The

3rd Deferral Of Homecoming! MPW LADDERWith

t CiviliansThe
Shipyard repairs and the car-
modernization program have mid-July, Air In
rier lax News, cooperation
necessitated some changes in the Also in dry-dock for repairs is Z with the Industrial Re-

i rotation schedule of large carriersto the USS Coral Sea which was lations Department, will list

the Mediterranean, a Navy slated to leave Mayport May 25 weekly various promotions for

.: spokesman said this week. to relieve the Ticonderoga, but civilian personnel at NAS Jax).
This adds an additional seven was granted a two month extension On the promotion roster effec-

weeks delay to the homecoming- of to complete vital repairs. tive May 20, and June 3, were 12
the carrier U S "Ticonderoga employees, nine from Supply De-

which was originally due to return partment, two from miscellaneousand

June 17 The date was later Big New Prizes one from Overhaul and Repair -
set back to June 28. However the 0 Department.

flattop is not expected now until For Mrs. Promoted at Supply Depart- _
the first week in August. Navy, ment were Evelyn Meetze, card

Aboard' the Ticonderoga is NAS punch operator GS-2, to card
Cecil Field-based Carrier Air FRA AnnouncesThe punch operator GS-3; Margaret

Group Three Comprised of Fleet Reserve Associationhas Dearen, card punch operator GS-

Fighter Squadrons 31 and 32 and announced that Louis If. 2, to card punch operator GS-3;

Attack Squadrons 35 and 66, the ; Glazer, president of a scale model Paul Harris Jr., tabulation project
air group deployed to ,the Medli kits manufacturing company, has },M planner GS$, to tabulation proj-
i terranean last November. I ect planner GS-7.
contributed a 1956 automobile to
Tentatively slated to relieve the be presented with other grand Dorothy Allen, card punch operator -

"Big T" Is the USS Randolph prizes to the winner of the "Mrs.U GS-2, to card punch oper-
which is also presently under- S. Navy 1956" contest. u ator GS-3; Lois Holmes, card
going shipyard repairs and shouldbe Ex-Blue Angel Kenneth punch operator GS-2, to card
The list of prizes for the winner I Wallace (seated In cockpit) is checkedout -I
ready for departure about in the "Big Banshee" by "Shooting Sam" Martin.. punch operator GS-3; Simon
as well as second and third place
Hash, mail clerk GS-2, to general
runners up, continues to grow. A Former Blue Flier supply clerk GS-3 Julia Roach
FAWTULanl Def A complete list of prizes will be released Angel ;
i card punch operator GS-2, to card

Scores Top RecordOne soon by FRA. i Joins High Flying VF-22 punch operator GS-3; Minnie
Entry blanks, available at the Greenlee, card punch operator

of the most impressive records Jax Air News Office, Building 1, High flying Fighter*Squadron GS-2, to card punch operator GS-
ever set by a detachment of should be sent air mall to the con- TWENTY TWO, winner of Corn- air shows before an estimated 15 3, and Emily Kowkabany, card

Fleet All Weather Training' Unit, test headquarters, Wilton Hotel, Air 'JAnt's coveted Battle Effici- million spectators. When asked punch operator GS-2, to card
Atlantic Fleet possibly the top Long Beach, Calif. They must be ency "E" for two consecutiveyears how he enjoyed his tour as a Blue punch operator GS-3. .

record for hours flown and received before June 15. added another well known Angel he said, "It's the best flying Advanced at Overhaul and Re-

courses completed was estab- precision aviator to their "star- job In the world. pair Department was Margaret

lished here during May by,Faw- studded".roster last week. Wallace Is a Korean veteran' Martin, clerk-typist GS-3 to clerk
tuLant Detachment "A". CAP WantsVolunteers Lt. Kenneth R. Wallace who and holds four Air Medals, the (typing) GS4.Promoted ,

Pilots in the Jacksonville area recently completed a threeyeartour Navy Commendation with Com- at miscellaneous were

totaled 1361 air hours, made 884 of duty as "slot man" for the bat V, Unit Commendation, Navy James Campbell, stockman third

flights and recorded 1233 landings. Navy's Blue Angels is the new Occupation, National Defense, step Supply Department, to property
In the TV-2 jet trainer, 957 The Jacksonville Civil Air VF-22 operations officer. Korean Theatre, United Nations and supply supervisor GS-5,
hours were logged on 651 flights. Patrol is calling for public- and Korean Citation. O & R Dept.; and Violet Johnson,
As "slot man" he the last
minded persons who will give was lIe was greeted In the squadronby clerk
During 161 flights in the T-28B, stengorapher GS-3, Public
249 hours flown; in the SNB-5, part of their free time to the man in the echelon formation, the "oldest inhabitant" (service Works Department, to shorthand
unit's primary job of hunting for where the air turbulence is the not age!) and possibly the GS-6
pilots flew 155 hours during 72 and in the'diamond reporter Legal DepartmentNavy's
flights. and giving air rescue service to greatest, for- best known "Shooting Sam" .
mation, directly behind and below Martin
aviators In distress. "Shooting Sam" checked
The detachment also issued 40
the lead aircraft and between the Wallace out in the Bansheeand
instruments Distressed aircraft be
card during May may Patent
f two wing-men. As a Blue Angel, turned
over to him his dutiesas
Lcdr. Robert M. Telfair extended or military.
Wallace participated in about 180 operations officer
a "Well Done" to all CAP also is currently operatingas Counsel Coming
officers and men for the outstanding the official air-arm to the Civil

month of operations. Defense Corps. Squadron One of Chest X-rays EndThe First hand information regarding [

CAP meets at Hcrlong Airport, the Navy's patent and copy- ,
NAS Jax Dispensary has
located on Normandy Blvd., at right procedures will be available
finished the job of taking chest
2000 Mondays. Any personnel 'I to civilian and military personnel ,
X-rays, started April 11, for all
wishing further information are on June 12 and 13, 1956, It was
*ALTY HUMOR FROM civilian employees of the Station .
urged to contact Bill Ellis, tele- announced by Leonard B. Eu-
banks Patent Liaison Officer.
phone EVergreen. .4-1130. all, 5,177 X-rays were shade, The Patent Counsel, R. I.
NOTE Sign on back of car carryingnewlywed including 600 retakes. Tompkins, from the Naval'Photographic -
LANTFLT Carriers sailor and his bride: Stragglers, who missed the
regular Center, which is respon-
On Saturday, June 9, com- CommandCommand "Careless Talk Caused This." departmental time schedules,
sible for and
processing patent
mencing at 1300 the Club will
will be asked to report for chest
feature its first barbecued spareribs I of all Atlantic Fleet A boot and his chief were walk- check next week, in Room 140, copyright requests for this area,
dinner at nominal prices. The' aircraft carriers and squadrons ing the deck. After a while the NAS Dispensary. All this week will visit Jacksonville and will be

dinner will be served on the changed hands last week.In boot t inquired: "What's the 'purpose the 70 mm X-ray machine has available to consult with person-

patio, buffet style. A juke box colorful ceremonies aboard of our taking exercise?" been set up at the Naval Air nel seeking Information.
dance will follow the dinner with the USS Valley Forge, Vice Ad- "I donno," said the chief.A Technical Training Center for a
dress optional, swim suits or regular miral William L. Rees assumedthe little later the boot asked: survey of military personnel. Arrangements for a meeting

attire. post of Commander Air Force, "Why do we have inspections on Chest X-ray film is sent 1* the I with the patent counsel, may be
By request of many patrons, the US.. Atlantic Fleet. He was pre- Saturday?" Navy Bureau of Medicine and completed by contacting the Pat
Club will again feature its special viously the Assistant Chief of "Search me," answered the Surgery for examination. ent Liaison Officer, Building 907.
one-half barbecued chicken din- Naval Operations for Air. CPO.
ner on Sunday at only $1.00 per lIe relieved Vice Admiral Fred- "Say chief. ." began the boot -:--."..tw_- :; ;i'I'i'i;; ;, ," '" ,,' '"

order for the adults and 50 cents erick W. McMahon who will assume for the third time. "Oh, never :. YF
for the children. The dinner will command of the Eastern mind!
commence at 1300 and will be Sea Frontier and Atlantic Reserve "Go ahead," said the chief. "Ask

served on the patio, buffet style.It Fleet, and serve as U. S. Navy questions. How else you gonna
will be followed by a dance on Representative, Military Staff learn?"
the patio. S 4
Committee for the United
Club officials have announcedthat Nations. Mrs. Smith stopped off at the

commencing this Saturdayand gates of heaven and inquired for ,
Sunday afternoons and con- her husband.

tinuing throughout the summer WEEKEND TIDE "What's your name?" asked the

months, the Club will feature bar- HIGH LOW celestial"Mrs. Smith.guard. 4 '*%

becued hamburgers and cheese- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. "But we have thousands of

burgers, on. the patio, for those Fri. 7:07: 7:37: 12:59: 1:02: Smiths here. What's your husband's -
Sat. 8:02: 8:30: 1:51: 1:55: "
patrons who don't want to eat a first name.?
Sun. 8:56: 9:24: 2:43:: 2:48: ''
full dinner while using the swim- "James.
ming pool. 'I'm sorry, but we have thous-
Kindly clergyman, pinching ands of James Smiths here. Can'tyou
For the convenience of the pa- little boy's knee: "And who has be more explicit

trons, the Club will commence nice chubby pink legs." "Well, my husband told me just
serving short orders each Monday Little boy: "Betty Grable.; before he died that if I went out ,,",.____ v-r.__... ... .. .. __

from 1100 until 1300. Heretofore, with another man he would turn WINS KG CONGRATULATIONS Chaplain Martin Gibbons,
: Here lies the body of a sailor over in his grave." (r'fht' ) NATTCenter, is applauded by fellow Knights of Columbuson
no food has been served on Mondays lIe died of heart attack. "Of course, I know your husband his promotion to the rank of Navy lieutenant. Left Is Louis
The dining room and galley I a promised for ," and turning to his assis- Saborsky, chief dentalman, of the NAS Dental Clinic, and Master
His laundry was Sergeant Arthur Fhelan, instructor in Airman Preparatory School
will continue to be closed on Tuesday tant he ordered: "Run upstairsand NATTCenter. About 50 servicemen locally based are members ol
Monday evening! And on Tuesday he got it back. get Whirling Jim." tbe Knights ef Columbus in Jacksonville.


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With Station Bowlers : '. ., ; Boys' -
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I :; ': "". .!':<. .,; :< ". .},' t.:1:;: Climaxes Station's'

Down The Alley : .. ',.. ,.,.,J Baseball School '

..... ,..' ............' .".,....>":o. I!
The 1956 Malnside Bowling sea ,; Several dozen youngsters and a
Current standings and individ- ; .f gathering of adult
sparse spectators
almost this week
son was over ''': :.
ual performances: treated themselves to a real
but lower echelon teams contin- '
show Saturday morning. when
ued to make last-minute scram- Woodchappers 10 2 I. Pel...833Go x t shortstop Pete Pemberton of the
Getters 9 3 ;rooAII.y
bles for higher berths.
Gator II" .667 Jax Fliers coached his AllStarsto
o There were no changes in the Alley Call T 5 .53
ll' wler* 7 5 ,5MStriken a 12-7 victory over the embryo
first flights of either division; in 6 1 6t 4 .45 major leaguers of rightfielder Ray

fact, the top three clubs in the Slow pokes<< 4 4 8 8 .333.3X1 Hayes.

National Division were all idle, lookers 3'i 8 i ..293Splasher "
2 10' .167 WHILE THE KIDS had quite a
leaving that situation unclearedas INIHVinrAL STATISTICS time playing ball orf the Mason
week Men's Ind. HI Gnme-B. }'''''I"" 220.
the final
: approaches. Women' Ind. Ill Came-Marge De- Field diamond, their parents and
The American division's "top mAtt 131.34ea's .
friends surely had a ball just
Ind. HI StB. Buell. 576.Wom.n' AND AWAY IT GOES One of Filer
RAT Hayes' youthful big
three, ComFairJax. Supply and Ind. lit Set-Marc De- watching from the stands. The
cnato. 534.Men's I leaguers slams eat a bit in last Saturday's All-Star game at Mason .
NAMTD, all picked up victories Ind. Ill Ave. B. marked the windup session i
Buell. 184. Field. The event served as a climax to the Fliers-sponsored Boys game
during the week and two forfeits mato WotMii'i, 108. Ind. Ill Ave.-Marge. De- Baseball School. Catcher Butch Evans of Shortstop Fete Pern- of the Boys Baseball school, sponsored *

allowed FAW-11 to climb over S S C I berton's combine is reaching eat for the sphere he never got to by the varsity Jax Fliers.
Electronics into fourth place. catch as umpire Lou Grahovae looks on.
The Stahls took, over thefATTCenter Both teams showed some real

Communications picked up a Mixed Doubles promising ;youngsters; the battery

forfeit from the Hotshots and Bowling League lead this week Fliers Open Pensacola mates of the winning club, pitcher

climbed to fifth in the National with an 8-0 record, the only unbeaten Frank McCaffrey Jr., and

division, displacing VA-44. The tean left in the 18-team catcher Butch Evans, handled 1

Attack Squadron dropped into loop. The league-leaders; took Series Here TomorrowA themselves 'particularly well in .

sixth when it was beaten, 3-1, by their second consecutive match bya their respective positions. '.
couple of old rivals will be squaring off in the confines of
VAH-I. Joe Palermo paced the 40 score over the Kane ,McCaffrey came into the

losers with a 527 set, and YAH-1 Second best husband and wife I Mason Field tomorrow and Saturday when the Jax Navy Fliers ball game in the second inning

was sparked by N. C. Hammond's meet NAS Pensacola's Goshawks in a pair of Sixth Naval District and
duo in the loop this week was the stopped a Hayes club rally

540 set. Depalmas who show a 7-1 slatein diamond dramas. cold with a brief relief stint. He

Pat Cogan of Supply turned ina two matches. The runnerupduo The steadily improving Fliers I ens' win skein halted abruptly at gained credit for the win .after
will be out to settle in the
a score
202 game and a 555 set-the won four points from the D. : seven games as Eglin AP B's Eagles -' he replaced diminutive Tommy
local clash after losing 2-5 to the
best individual performance of Varnes. flew into Jacksonville and Crouch who opened on the hill
Goshawks in their first meetingat
the week. His teammate, Noel Other results include: Astons Pensacol earlier this season. downed the locals, 91. Jax: Navy for the Pemberton squad.

Dumond, rolled a 545 in the same started a new streak by takingthe DICK BURCH went all the way
over the O'Neals, Perkins over The two clubs also battled to a
for the and
match a 4-0 victory over Special nightcap of.the Saturday doubleheader men was
Services. the Paris', Botthofs over the 4-{ tie in the road series. / 43.EARLIEIt charged with the loss. The ;youth,

ComFalrJax's Len Curtis Sauers and the S. Varnes' over TOMORROWS SERIES ,openeris IN THE week the who played a major part of the

brought his average to 170 for the the Greenwoods all by 3-1 slated for the weekday 1600 Jaxons had taken two tilts from contest in his bare feet, got off to
starting time, and Saturday's con- a bad start in the first when he
season by sending a 545 set Down scores. Moody AFB, 15-0 and 7-3, with
the Alley. Curtis' showing paced test begins at 1430. The seaSon'slargest Flingin Frank Jankunis hurling issued six walks and was tapped

the American champs to a 4-0 win Current standings: [ crowd is expected to be another splendid 3-hit effort in the for two hits and seven runs. ,

over Boathouse. The losers were Tear W I, Tct. on hand for the proceedings. Initial game. Bob Taylor limited : The Pembertons put the game
Stahls 8 0 l.Ono Last week's action the Fli- out of
reach in
saw the final inning by
led by Carl Yarborough's 504. Drpalmas 7 1 ..873BleuliiKeis Moody men to seven safeties

Yarborough" bowled a 525 Perkins 6 6 :2 2 ,,.TTiOBotthof TM: in the closeout contest and picked scoring four times on three hits,

set in the Boathouse's shutout 8 2 ..750Padgelts Jacksonville Braves up the win. two walks and an error, but not

decision over Special Services. 5 7 3 5 .58.1.625 The Fliers embarked on a bus' before the never-say-die losers
Greenwood 5 4 .501) Retail Home MondayNext had slashed an 8-0 lead to a mere
Standings as of Tuesday (A.M.), Dauncha 4" ..500Boatrlchts I trip to Robins AFB this week and :

June 5: 4 4 .500 Monday will be home- were slated to meet the Birds in 8-7. margin.
3 S .375 I
o AXKRICAV ancasteri 4" .333 coming day for Jacksonville's two[ battles before returning to The line score:

C".omlo'ldrJn Team Rt 4. IM..957 S.Parts Varnei 4 2.8 .250.333 Sally League Braves who returnto the Station late yesterday. Next PEMBERTONS 710 04-12

Supply IMNAMTD 26 .'711 Sorters 2 8 ,%O the local baseball park follow- Tuesday the local club travels JIAYKS': TEAM 052 00- 7
62FAW11 30 ..674.B13 O'Neals :2 6 .2.'> Crouch. McCaffrey (2) and Evans;
59 37 D Vanes 1 7 .125 ing a seven-day road trip to once more, this time to Fort Kenning Burch and Curtis.
KkH>tronlcK S3 39 Kanei 4 ..00FLIERS' .
.576 .i O. Charlotte and Columbia. for a return shot at the
Boathouse 5.1 43 .552 .
Spec.' Serv. 52 44 .542 Army aggregation.
..531 The Braves face the Charlotte
O *: R 47 41 MAILINGS
Dispensary 4ft 44 .522 Hornets on June 11-12-13-14 and Jax Navy got off to a fast start
Personnel 48 487ft .500 Here's how the Jax Navy against Eglin in the doubleheader lAX
Public Work. 1* m ..16'7Wav. then take on Montgomery's Reb-
.. 12 .1* baseballers have batted through here last weekend, rapping out
els in a three-day series begin-
NARTU 0 90 .000 Sports
NATIONALTe 26 games, including those with ning June 15.: Jacksonville also four hits for a single run in the -.

W I. Prt. Moody AFB: opening frame. But that was just
meets Savannah in a single game Briefs
VA-172 B-B 76 16 .826 I
VC J 70 18 .'795 Player AB II RBI Pet. I set-to June 18 'before returningto about all they got as Eglin hurler
Kanron 6 70 22 .761 "Smitty" Smith limited the losing
VAIM 62) 34 .64 Harvey 104 37 28 .355 the road again. Something new in the line of
Communications 57 35 .620 locals to just one hit the rest of
VA-44 55 37VK .598 Young 79 28 16 .354 Single evening contests start at the sports oddities occurred a coupleof
.22 42 50 ..457 Pemberton 95 32 17 .336 2000 and doubleheaders begin.-at way.
VW-4 37 85VP16 .402 JIM BOROFF TWIRLED the weeks ago at the Mainside
34 54 ,3fl6.3fl5 Hayes 115 35 28 .304 I 1830; Sunday single games start
VA-172 II S 35 61 I Fliers to victory in the second swimming pool when the Intramural
VA-175: 26 58 .310 Campbell 64 19 9 .296 at 1500 and twin bills at 1330.
VF-43 11 tCJ .216 Jankunis 32 9 8 :.281 I game, allowing only one hit in swim meet was postponed
VF-173 9 83 ..DOS the Boroff his
Sakelos 75 21 11 .280 Center Softballers Lose process. helped because of rain and lightning
The Woodchoppers were all Syme 26 7 2 .269 cause substantially by get-
City League Tilt 2-0 ting two hits and driving' in the after five of the slated seven
alone at the top of the Turner Tenerowicz 46 12 6 .261 ,

Memorial League this week after Basiliere 44 11 5.250 Despite three-hit hurling by winning run. events had been frun off. Intra-

their two co-tenants of first place, Joyce 26 6 3 .230 Perry Estes, the NATTCenter A three-run third Inning car- mural Director Frank McCaffreysaid

the Howlers and the Go Getters, Moyer 57 12 6 .210 softball team lost to Martinez- ried the Jax Navy team along later that, to his knowledge,

were rudely evicted in last Thurs- Winstead 37 6 3 .162 Robbins in the Jacksonville City with a 3-1 lead until the top of it was the first time that specta-

day's play. Taylor 14 2 2 .142 League last Friday, 2-0, as the the sixth when the visitors put tors and participants alike
received -
The 'Choppers downed the Boroff 19 2 1..105 second half of the season opened. together two runs without a hit
to tie the score. Then the Fliers a dampening. The remain-
Howlers, 3-0, while the Go Get I
ters remained only one game be- tallied the deciding marker in' ing events were run off last week.
their half of the
hind the front-runners with a 2-1 >::4 .r,. V Vg same stanza *
when Tom Sakelos
decision over the Scampers. walked and Another unusual sports note
was pushed home on singles by
Other results included /
: Alley this
season concerns the pitching
Catcher Jim Basiliere and
Cators, 3; Pokers, 0; Alley Cats, Boroff.
of the Jax Fliers' hill
q'Sa J1U Jax vs. Eglin line scores: corps.
3, Splashers, 0; and Strikers, 3, J
Slow Pokes, 0.Individually. :% i ___ Eglin 001 026 0-9 10 0 seems the local moundsmen have

Jax Navy 100 000 0-1 5 3 been tougher for opposing
about the Only big
Keegan, Smith (1) and Brown I
news was the loop's new high set ,. and ; pitchers on the road than they
; Syme Slater.
bowled by Bill Buell of the ninth- p-; Eglin 010 002 0-l3 1 0 have in the confines of Mason

place Pokers. Buell fired a 576 Jax Navy 003 001 x-4 6 4 Field. An interesting example is
scratch set but his overall
aver- Hess, Smith ((7) and Weiss; Bo Southpaw Frank Jankunis who

age-the circuit's best-dropped ; __t.s.. : y ,; ds, #3 roff and Basiliere. has pitched two consecutive two-
j from 186 to 184 during the eve- 14 *(c.1 4y -
; ning. hitters on the road while being
Mrs. Gingrich Named

I The women's highest average, belted severely in his last local
Wives Group PresidentMrs.
a 168 belonging to Marge Demato, appearance a relief stint.
also dropped off from 172, but ; ww II. F. Gingrich was elected
president of the Officers Wives Ron Syme is another Jax Navy
Mrs. Demato still holds: a substantial
Golf Association at a recent lunch hurler who has had better luck
I lead over Sue Guinn's 150
i in second place. mx Y tu. w eon and meeting. Also namedto toeing the rubber of foreignpitchers'

posts in the group were Mrs: mounds. Syme fired

"When I said my'prayers last _.._ __. n..n.. '._n ... ._... _on _..._ n, .. .'_. ",_,___m..__'_" '__ Dan Home Jr., tournament chair- a
five-hitter at Hunter AFB two
night, didn't you hear me'' ask man; Mrs. Vincent Anania, assis-
I God to make me a good boy?" SKULL PRACTICE-Chuck Doyle, SN (left), tunes up his tant tournament chairman; Mrs.B. weeks. ago and then followed it
chess rune with Ronald Gretas, YN3, in preparation for the
"Yes, Tommy, I did." NATTCenter chess tournament which begins Jane IS In the E. Missman, treasurer; and up with a three-hit performance

"Well, He ain't done it" Enlisted Men's Lounge, Building 593. Mrs. John Switzer, secretary against NAS Glynco last week.

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June 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven '

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r m':. Patrolmen

I t .. ., ... ..' ......>? Tally Four
II : '
It II I : ,, t; : :::-i
I I' .. .'

t ,, < .- t More WinsThe

t I : > d ;, .T'by : Mainside Intramural softball -

r title was virtually under lock

f >- I and key this week as VP-18 add-

<. ;:, ; }:t ed four more links to its unbeaten

I \ ; .,. .<.,. chain, running its streak to 18
:.v;; : consecutive wins.

'r 4 4 One of those victories was a

> very crucial 13-3 decision over

.s VC-62, leaving the second place
a ? ary Composite Squadron a full five
f'W; e a games off the pace. Only nine of
I ,
I 1 ph".y. the league's remaining 23 teams

,. still had a mathematical shot at :
f l the crown as of Monday after ;I

iij" 1 noon.

..... --<'........,. "'. .4. .,;,......>jjt.>At'-i.t.:1<.'R _-,-yM...............__".......-. ,,-" "-"- "'" .?. ........,-'w..M men tallied 13 times in the first
ACTION IN MAINSIDE SWIMMING MEET-one of the high lights of the Malnslde sports season was stared last Thursday at three Innings to bury their oppo-
f the Malnslde pool where VC-62 rallied to Ue VF-22 for the Intram ural swimming: crown. On the left are Composite Squadron team nents, the only other previously ,
members and one of the two identical trophies given to the co-ch amps. Front row, left to right are: Paul Cozens Bob Owen, Spider undefeated team in the circuit.
; Dasher and lull Pitman with co-coaches Lt. Paul Emgel left) and Ltjg) Don Fisher. In the rear are Gene Koblirk (left) and Dave Both starting pitchers 'went the
I, ritfield. At the right, VF-22's George Rowe is shown gliding thro ugh a back dive'layout, one of the tougher executions In the fancy full route with VP-18's Edger
diving event.
Brown gaining the win when his

AO School Sets 'VC-62 Rallies In mates Bill unleashed Goodson of a VC-62.13-hit assaulton Brown

: Pace In Center t Final Events To one.VP18 scattered four hits and walked no

also downed Operations

Softball League Tie Swim MeetIn 13-';{ as Russ Brown Cummings twirled a led fivehitter the

Fighter attack with four safeties
Aviation Ordnanceman School's just over two frantic minutes
and Bob added three
Blockbusters led the NATTCenter i last Thursday, VC-62's 200
hits to the 10-hit total. Other wins
intramural softball circuit this I meter relay swimmers came
for the Patrolmen included 9.(
week after coming from behind splashing home*to victory to tie a
decision over VA-172 and 5-3
1 to win two of their week's three Fighter Squadron 22 for the a '
I victories. Admin Overtakes NARTU Mainside Intramural swimmingcrown. triumph over skidding Fasron

:i Jim CrandalTs double in the ; 109.FASRON ..
6 PICKED up its second -
seventh inning, with his team The Composite unit's pool team
decision of the by pin.
trailing Aviation Storekeepers 9- Moves Into First Place waited until the final event of ning VA-45's ears year back, 121.

| 5, tallied three runs to start off the meet to deadlock the score at Otho Harrell worked the entire

the rally. Administration moved past 1 27-27, picking up eight big pointsin game on the mound for the win-
CRANDALL SCORED on a NARTU into the top spot of the deadlocking VAH-1, 33. TheMedics' the 200 meter event to a third ners and"received some batting

wild pitch and Jerry Anusewski Mainside Intramural Golf league' Tom Hornbuckle, Ben place total of three counters for support from George Phillips who
walked stole second and third Ahl and Larry Campbell all won VF-22.
this week, edging the previous garnered two bingles in three
and romped across with the win 28 their matches to offset victoriesby Had the Fighter Squadron taken -
front-runners out by only percentage trips to the plate. Losing pitcher
Cornie Gordon Lee and
ning run on a wild pitch for a points, .750 to .722. Lynn even a second place in the John Bush of VA-45 was the vie.

10-9 victory. The important switch in the George Waters of the Attackers.In rain postponed event it could tim 'of his own wildness, allow

Mel Robbins tossed up a three- standings came after the Admin. the only other match played have annexed the title, but V AU1 ing 12 bases on balls.

hitter as Aviation Ordnancemen istrators had swamped FAW-11, during the week, ComFairJax stroked in two lengths aheadof VA-44 held onto third place .....:
defeated Airman Preparatory downed the Marines, 4}-%. John VF-22 in
6-0, and fourth place Fasron 109 the runner-up spot with a tight 9-8 win over the Ma.
School, 82. A homer with one on managed to hold NARTU to a Dierker, George Johnson, John for the needed five points.A rines, with Leo Phillips besting
and a single by Tom Hayman, Burhans and Hill Hall all won FINAL Frank in
3.3 draw. SCORE sheet for the Opaczewskl the fling
Crandall's two hits led the their matches for the Fleet Air-
plus ,
Pete Gushanas, Wes Westmoreland annual affair read: VC-62 and ing department. Opaczewski allowed -

Blockbusters' attack. Bill Dan Ettinger, Jay Maze, men, while teammate Ray Lari- VF-22, 27 points each; VAil-I, 16; only four hits but was hurt

A grand slam homer by John Christie and Tom Cum. viere managed a split with the .Hospital, 7 and 0 & R, 5. by free passes. Emil Curry, Bob
Irwin and Chuck Demarco's sin- Marines' Bob Paul in the day's
mings all scored to give Adminits I The two winners each received Keller and Gerald Hittle each hit
gle with the bases loaded high- other match. The sixth and final safely twice.Standings .
first shutout of the season. 450 Ironman Trophy points as a
lighted AGO School's 19-'{ victory point will be played off later in
The NARTU-Fasron 109 fray combined share, of the first and as of Monday (A.M.),
over Aviation Storekeepers.JEFF the season. '
was one of the closest and best second spots. VC-62 garnered a June 4:

er's battle LAZARUS for'AGO'' won over a Admin-pitch matches of the season, with the Current standings: total of 540 points which included Teams W r. ftt. Behl4 Ctrnr

Stationkeepers taking their trio Tan W 1. )"('t. 90 for the nine men who participated VP18VC 18 0 1.0no
istration, 2-1, allowing"only three Admin. 31'" 'Olt ..750NAUTU 3 9 2 .WO 5'VW4
of tallies on performances by 26 JO ..723HcxplUt ; VF-22 received 530; VAH-1 VA-44 9 ,.818
hits. He also twirled a onehitter 7 2 :
Electrician'sFranklins Steve Biltz Jack Piva and Jim 2.13 ..&19 totaled 420; Hospital, 220; and 0 Operations 9 :3 .1-.778:() 6 6a
against Aviation Fasron 109 22V4 13% .1r.l5Op4'rallOnl
VA.175Hospital 9 :1
,7V 1
Ellis. The Fasron-ites offset these 18'11 .617 & R and VA-44 each racked up '' '
as the Ensigns won, 10- with three points of their own, VAH-1 :22 1VA Utf 14 ...583Fajron .611VP.18 1/0 markers toward the intramural Marine* 9 6 3 2 :.750.750 ;
0. VA-172 .'71 61'
produced by Ed Connell, Charles 1916'" .542 trophy. FuroR 109 7 5 .583 8
Although outhit, the Support ComFairJax" 22 19 .5.17 VAH1VF173 6 S .500 9
Splinters through with a Hallums and George Williamson. Sup ly-'heal 18% 17U .514 Ahead by three points when 8 6 .00 9
came remained in third VC-62 18VS 17V4 .514 ..455,4W: 91.'
I 2.1 victory over Marine Aviation Hospital VA-44 16 20 .444 rain stalled the meet last week, bp P1r 1-9 10
|: place in the standings, one half VA172 6'% 23tt .217 the Fighter Squadron built its advantage Corn'ratloni :5 7 .417 10'
Detachment, largely due to Dick Marines 4n: .114 OAR 4 7 .304 lO'l
of a point ahead of Fasron 109, FAW-11 3 33 .083 to five tallies in the fan JARTUVP18 3 6 .333 '' .
third in -
Copertino's in the
: BOQ 4 g .333 1?
ning. Jerry McRay and Bobby I cy diving event' where George 3 7 ..TOO 12'n
I Rowe picked three markers FAETU 2' .182
Copeland also contributed to the Host Keesler up to Fasron 6Personnel 2 9 .172 12''
victory. Crackerjax ; offset a one point gain by VC-62's 0 l5 .000 14
VA-45 0 11 .000
Current standings are: Spider Dasher. ComFalrJax .0, .13 .000 14lt'

Team W L Pet. Play Boy Scouts TuesdayJax JIM PETTY of 0 & R took

AO School 3 0 1.000( first place on the boards and

NavAirWeaps 2 0 1.000( edged out Rowe by piling up SPORTS
AGO School 2 0 1.000 Navy's Crackerjax ex"Play ball" time is set for points on several of the tougher

AE Franklins 2 1 .667 pect to find a conditioned and 2000, and ice cream, home- dives. VAH-l's Roy Wheeler fin- SCHEDULEFor
made cake and soft drink sales
ished third and Dasher in
MarAvDet 1 1 .500 confident Boy Scout team next came
are being promoted by the fourth. Week of June 7-13 ,
SupSplintcrs 1 1 .500
AE Sparkies 1 1 .500 Tuesday night, June 12, when Scouts to make the evening an Dave Pitfield and Bob Owen Baseball: Jax Fliers 'vs. NAS

AK School 0 3 .000 the two clubs meet in an entertaining one for the spec sent VC-62 into a lead in the 200 Pensacola, here, June 8 at 1600

Admin. 0 3 .000 nual charity-battle on the Hospital tators. meter race which the other two and June 9 at 1430; Jax Fliers at

ANP School 0 3 ..000NATTCcntcrAnblcr diamond. THE CRACKERJAX had a contenders could not overcome; Fort Bcnning, June 1213.

'. Troop 131 officials report busy week, winning by a lopsided anchor man Pete Dow of VF.22 Softball: Crackerjax vs. Kees

that the combine fielded this 31-6 score over the Pru. made a game bid for second place ler AFB, here, June 8-9, both

year by the Scouts is far sudential Life Insurance Co. women but could not overcome VAII-!'. games at 1900 on Enterprise Field;
in a 5-inning""city league Phil Paul in the Crackerjax vs. Prudential Life
Nets Bass Bream'Twas perior to last season's squad stretch.i
which bowed to the Station tilt, and then dropping two < Insurance at Brentwood, June 11

a full creel for. T/Sgt. W. lassies, 137. games by 7-8 and 13-4 scores "Let me kiss those tears away, at 1900; Crackerjax vs. Boy

J. Richardson of NATTCenterwho I THE ENCOUNTER between to the Wafs from Eglin AFB. sweetheart," he begged, tenderly.She Scouts on Hospital' Field at 2000,

returned last week with 25 6.5 fell into his arms, but the June 12; June 13, Crackerjax vs.
the Waves and the Scouts has Presently holding a rec;
bream and five bass. He caught I lassies tears flowed on. Merrill-Stevens on Murray Hill
become quite an event, and ord, the Station meet
them "Can nothing stop them" he Field at 1900.
at Pacetti's Fish Camp on this year's fray is expected to Keesler AFB here tomorrow
the St. Johns at Orangedale. I be high-scoring, heavyhitand Saturday on the Enterprise asked, breathlessly. Judo: Classes of instruction
The 4 a No," she murmered. "It's hay each Tuesday and Thursday at
largest bass weighed % ting affair. Admission to the diamond. Game time for
pounds and the smallest 2% II contest is 25 cents. both tilts is 1930. fever,"but go on with the treat- 1900, Wing 6 of Mess Hall No. 1

pounds. ment. (Building 554) in NA TrCent7 **


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J I ,1w',"i 1':'". .,\.,.... .: I amnrmI- New Family Medicare

I :w. .. I. :. I a
, :, .j J FOR RENT
I \t J 1 bdrm. upper unfurn. apt. Ktch.
I t\. equip. Avail. June 15. $70. 2580 Seen In Six MonthsSix -
t" I Riverside. Inquire Apt. No. 2. )
;, I EV 89393. Cowart.

1 :, 1 bdrm. furn. apt. 2660 Forbes months from now it is anticipated t5
I St. EV 73697. Snow. that Dependents will be now get no care; they either live .
11. ,, 'able to receive too far from bases or care at
medical from
uS' : 3 rm. gar. apt. Nr. River. 823 care I '
( ;ty4a4f
bases is curtailed. J
:; Cedar St. FL 9-4832. Morgan. civilian hospitals at government
: i Eff. furn. apt. Gar. 1210 Edge- expense. The longsoughtaftermeasure The practical effect of the

I 1. wood Ave. See alter 1700. Me- went to the President measure, however may allow > '5'y
Leod. : last< week. I wives and children.who ordinarily -

2-3 rm. upper furn. apts. 542 Oak Within the next six: months, can and do use military facilities -
St. EL 5-6944. Fleet. defense and the services will to elect civilian care.

4 rm. upper fur apt. Prior bath. have decided on one or more civilian Basic provisions of the measure

$35. 542 Oak ,St. EL 56944. hospitalization plans, made will discourager dependents from

Fleet. arrangements for them and issued seeking civilian facilities if mill-
1 or 2 bdrm. apt. $65 or $75. 3664 detailed regulations and in- tar) care is readily available.
Hedrick St. Riverside EV i ,
tructions all personnel on how -
8-1598. Bryan. their dependents go about getting Seek Extra'

2.rm.. furn. apt. 2967 Sclma St. admitted to civilian medical fa- Pay gW
EV 9-6480. Neil. cilities. t;

1 rm. in priv. home. 2580 College Inauguration of the civilian For Remote 'y >,.a

St. EV 7-4160. Avera. hospital care feature is expectedto

.1 rm. eff. apt. Priv. bath Nr. Park drain off some of the patient Navy Duty .
and Van Wert St. Inquire at load at military hospitals. This

3688 St. Hawarah. will have the effect of providing Thanks to the Air Force, whichis _.-.- __.___....n..nn ____. .._._.._........_ .._.__..,......_'___..__.
5 unfur. hse. Elec. kitch. 2920
rm. better in-service' care, officials pushing a proposal for extra BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION EARNS $300-Alvin D. Crews,
Harvard Ave. EV 9-3958. Dow.
pay for personnel statfoned In left, of 0 and R Process Division, shows to Comdr. R. D. Phillips
3-3 rm. turn. apt. Nr. shopping feel.Civilian hospital care wad set lonely, isolated spots outside the I acting 0 and R officer suggestion for repairing Sonotuoy I
center. 563 College St. EL 5- to'accommodate the Launching Tubes of SF Sentinel aircraft, that earned him a $300 '
United States
up per- Navy men also may
6914 or EL 69258. Harrison. check under,NAS Jax beneficial suggestion plan.
cent of military dependents whommD reap such benefits.

1. St.rm. EL furn.5-6914 apt. $28.or 563 EL College 69258. The Air Force recommendationis Practical Suggestion Earns
to up pay from 15 to 75 per cent .
of base pay for men on, duty at I
4 rm. furn. apt. $60. 563 College ar-away places. It was sent 'o Check For O&R Employee
St. EL 5-6914 or EL 69258.
the Defense
Harrison. Thursday, June 7, Department along .
FOR SALE Mainside Bridges of Toko Ri with a request for comment on How would you like to. receivea work on Sonobuoy Launching

3 bdrm. hse. $800 dwn. Nr. Paxon (color drama): William Holden, another Air Force proposal to pay check for $300 for a practical Tubes-of which there are 16 on'
Grace Kelly.NATTCenter. badly needed technicians extra idea, which in one year saved the an .S2F Sentinel airchaft a twin-
5th Do-
3104 W. EV 83139.
Court Jester' pay to encourage them to- stay in government an estimated $29- engined type sub-hunting plane-
..... geagU. the service. 715.001 it was discovered that the rocket
I (color
3 ibdrm. hse. Lge. rms. Reas. 3 comedy): Danny Kaye,
All persons assigned to distant launching tubes were damaged.In .
miles south of Orange Park, Glynis Johns. That has happened to Alvin D.
Blanding Rd. CO 4-5053. Saunders Hospital Blackboard Jungle and undesirable foreign duty sites Crews, civilian employee in the order to replace them it was
(drama): Glenn Ford, Anne Fran- would qualify for the remote- Process Division (plastic shop) of necessary to purchase the com

2 bdrm. bungalow. 1% gar.. EV cis. sola tion pay based on a 15 per Overhaul and Repair Department. plete tube assembly, a costly expenditure -
71326. Friday, June 8 cent increase of base pay, increas- During the overhaul and..repair for the Navy
I ing to 30 cent if the individual
3 bdrm. hse. G.I. equity. 5228 Mainside Quincannon Frontier per Alvin D. Crews decided ,to do'
..... f'. Scout. color extended his tour. A second scale ,
( )
: Tony-Martin
Shirley' Ave. Elicker. I I Navy Braid '. some .experimenting oojiis owftnlatitive.
authorize a'40
Peggy Castle.. per cent'payoost He cams with
3 bdrm. hse. NAS and Cecil. $50 up a
5727 Knollwood Dr. EV 7.5079. NATTCenter-Bridges of Toko > increasing to 75 per cent if' (Continued from Page 3, Col. 4)) practical idea' of repairing these'

Kernan. Ri (color drama): William Holden the person extended.* The underlying USAFI General Education Development tubes, which not only has saved

3 rm. house trailer. $250 cash Grace Kelly. motive is, 'y increasing extended Test battery, high school an estimated $29,715.00 for the

Thompson's Trailer Park. Lot Hospital Court Jester (color duty tours to reduce the level, with a minimum average government, but also won its sug-
49. Massey. comedy): Danny Kaye Glynis cost of rotation. standard'score of 45 on the 5 GED gestor; a nice check for $300 un
Johns. The extra pay for technicians is and below 35 der the .
MISCELLANEOUSWoman tests, no score on beneficial suggestion plan.
to help drive to San Saturday, June 9 being .thc"ght'of in terms of pay any of the five tests considered as The rocket launching tubes are
Diego before 20 June. Contact Mainside-Blond Bait (drama): up to $125 a month, the criteriafor well as the full equivalent of high made of fibre-glass and Crews'

Mrs. De Lack. EV 8-5259. Beverly Michaels Jim Davis. payment including such itemsas school graduation. The candidate experiment produced a methodof

Woman to help drive to Balti NATTCenter Q u i n c a anon "is "the kill necessary in industry must also be able to establish one repair of the sonobuoy launch.

more. Contact Mrs. Davis. EX Frontier Scout ((color western): year of acceptable college creditor er which allowed the same tubes '
8-1915. Tony Martin Peggy Castle. Any final action on both tech- each year over 21. I to be reused, thus eliminating

Hospital Bridges of Toko Ri nician and remote-type pay appears All nominees selected for' purchase of complete. new tube

The difference between a regular (color drama): William Holden, months away. ; NORTC will be required pass I assemblies.

sailor and a Seabee is that Grace Kelly. the Naval ,College Aptitude Test. Crews' idea of repair methodsis

while the sailor Is looking for a Matinees 3 New Jets Enlisted women also have a pertinent to the repair of and

park bench, the Seabee builds one Kiddie matinee, Saturday June chance to acquire the gold braidin replacing 0{ the cap on the end

9,1400: Cripple Creek (western), Tested AboardForrestal the Naval Reserve program. of the Sonobuoy Launcher Tube-
Willie: "Paw does bigamy Also Make Believe (comedy. Assembly.
They must be in the' 'Regular
mean that a man has one wife to o Mainside mo vie:1800, 2000. Sun
Navy or Naval Reserve on active
?" days and holidays-1400 also.v
many duty at the time of application, Capt. FulghumContinued
Paw: "Not necessarily son. A NATTCenter movie 1400,1800.
and have served at least two
man may have one wife too many. 2000. The A3D Skywarrior-heaviest ( from Page 1, Col. 1))
month at permanent-duty station
and still not.be a bigamist ." Hospital-1900 only and flown most from powerful a flattop -plane and ever two '.0:. be attending a service blonde wood native to the Philippine ,

of its new sister-jets have been school course of two months or Islands, it bears the captain'sname
more duration. They also must be and rank on a rural scene
given first flight tests on the car-
rier Forrestal. between 20 and 27 years of age, of Philippine agriculture flankedon

The Navy reported "generally and a graduate of an accredited one side by the oak leaf-and-
k acorn insignia of the U, S. Navy
E college with
or university an AB
,' : u satisfactory" results after 29 cata- ..
Medical Corps and the other
degree. on
pult launchings and arrested ,
landings of the three planes. Qualified applicants, either men by a representation of a Philip

The Chance-Vought F 8 U -1 women, will be ordered to the pine dwelling. .
: ;A58Mr': :>? s S ..5M Crusader and the Grumman F- Naval Schools Command, New It came to Dr. Fulghum unexpectedly -

11F-1 Tiger, both supersonic port. R. I.Enlisted. as a token of gratitudefrom

fighters, and the Douglas-built personnel .of the Na- a native Filipino to whomhe
Skywarrior were put through! val Reserve whose status in the had given medical care on
their paces off the coast of Virginia hospital Corps of the Naval Re- Guam where "Dejusus" had been

serve is chief hospital corpsman, taken ill during a visit in 1950.

The A3D, a heavy attack bomber chief dental technician, hospital The doctor then stationed on

has a speed of 600 to 700 corpsman first class, or dental! Guam, has treasured it ever since.

miles per hour and can climb to technician first class, and have He has a wife, two daughters
altitudes over 40,000 feet. held that rating for at least one and two sons. The Fulghums ye

Two other new-model navy year are also eligible. They must residing in Quarters "G", aboard
IS aircraft were also undergoing be between 21 and 32 years of the Station.

suitability trials on the Forrestal. age, successfully completed two ,

They were the Douglas F4D- years of college work, satisfactorily St. Peter and St. Thomas

Skyray, bat-winged fighter and completed the USAFI Educa Aquinas were playing golf one
the F9F8-M, a Grumman Cougar tional Qualification Test or bea heavenly day and St. Peter's first
HAWAII WAS NEVER LIKE THIS-To ,the soft strains of modified to fire air-to-air mis- high school graduate or the drive was a hole in one. St.
ukeleles, NATTCenter officer-husbands swooped and swayed at the
t luau held at the Skeet Club by the NATTCenter Officers Wives siles. service-accepted equivalent. Thomas stepped up to the tee and
I Club. Ukelelelsts, left to right: Lt Robt. Cooke; Capt. Henry C. Some test landings were made Yes indeed it takes time, and also scored a hole in one.
I DeLong; MaJ. Guy Glpple, USMC;. and Second Lt. Curtis Martha. using the new mirror landin hard work. But so does every "All right now," said St. Peter
The appealing dancers left to right, are: Marine Capt. Raymond system, which replaces control by thing else worthwhile in the "Let's cut out the miracles and
Logan; Lt. Bert Udovin: Lt. Comdr. Vincent Ananla; Lt.Col. "
Robt Porter, USMC; and Lt. Kenneth, Knoizen. a landing signal; officer, world

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