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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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NO. 45 !!'.. tt Cmmu4er NA1V4NDJ fleet Air .be.nu'J| HH" Air Wlif 11) KavU Air TwkmlfU Tr.lalax C..lcr| lft.Tt.1 KoiplUl kwllU... 14 February: 1957



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PO ClubsActing


on a 1954: recommendation -

the Chief of Naval Personnel *
announces that a first and
second class petty officers' mess

"Open" may be established at
shore bases if desired. Q .

Shore-based commands may eta

request approval for the open. fk .
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POI and PO2 messes in accord- a yan. Ni.

ance with Article 103 of the

Manual for Chief Petty Officers S S ,.
messes and Enlisted Men's Clubs
Ashore, 1955 (NavPers 15800)). A

WHERE POSSIBLE, facilitiesfor & a w'i

such messes are to be in sep .4 ,,
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arate buildings or in portions of i Jyh

EM Club buildings restricted for 55

Gail Peterson AE3 holds his their exclusive use. Appropriatedfunds ..... .""" .:. ." ,, _1:'M." .. .
DAD SEES BABY happily
four-months old daughter, Deborah, whom he saw for the first may be used for constructing WHICH IS THE TIGER Answer they both are. On the
time when he arrived home Monday from a six-months cruise new mess buildings or for '
right Is Comdr. 'Tiger Jack Taylor, skipper of Attack Squadron
I with VF-103. Ills wife, Edith, and daughter met him at NAS Cecil alterations to existing clubs. 44 and on the left Is "Tiger" No. 2, the new squadron mascot.
Field when the squadron, a unit of Carrier Air Group 10, which
services
Items like equipment, "Tiger" Jack and his "cubs" ars currently engaged In a periodof
Its Mediterraneantour
has been deployed aboard the Coral Sea during
at Leeward Point
returned home. and utilities also are chargeable I intensive training Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
to 'appropriated funds.

However, if appropriated fundsare For POs
Talk of NewJet Promotions Bright
First Exam For not available, commanding ;


BaseNear' Nuclear EM Rate officers the approval Chief may of of Naval submit local Personnel requests recreation for to 50 Percent Rise In P02sA


Set For Feb. 58 funds, if the expenditure con- bright promotion picture for petty officers is painted by the

JaxTwo First tests for a new enlisted templated is more than $5,000. If Navy with the disclosure that good increases in CPO and PO1 .-
less than $5,000, financial assist- indicates tremendous
grades a 50 percent promotion in second class
rating structure that of
r ance may be requested from .
petty,officer strength.As
new jet bases are be. Nuclear Weapons Man, will command recreation funds.

ing planned by the Navy in probably take place duringthe ANOTHER MEANS of finan- the P02s go up, P03s and gineering duty officer from one

Florida with the site of one February 1958 promotion : cing the POI and PO2 clubs is by below also can anticipate a gen to two, Medical Corps from one

to be at Pensacola, while the examination period the Navy grants and loans obtained from erally rosy promotion outlook. to three, Supply Corps steady at
location of the other has been the ,BuPers Central Recreation Substantial increases in all two, Civil Engineering Corps
undecided, with Mayport on has announced. Fund after due consideration by noncom grades in the Marine down from three to two. No

the list or proposed areas. Establishment of the ratingwas I the Board of Administrators of Corps, with the exception of mas. special duty officer flag selec

According to a letter from recommended by the Per- the Fund. Present demands on ter sergeants, is also in the tions are due in 1958, and there
Navy Secretary Charles Thomasto cards. The total of master sergeants are no flag promotions slated for
manent Board for Review of the Fund preclude the authorization -
Florida Senator George of grants and loans for con- is expected to decline the Chaplain Corps or Dental
the Enlisted Rating structure, another 139 in keeping with the
Smathers one of the proposed struction of buildings or large (Pleas turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
bases, "Base Yoke," will be an which had been considering it scale alterations to existing post-Korea trend of appointingfewer

addition to the Naval Air Basic for several years. buildings, making this means a masters than leave the

Training Command at Pensacola.The The nuclear weapons men sort of last resort when funds are grade, thus bringing E-7 gradually -
actual site could be in the are expected to be working not available locally or from down to size. Okay Wear

Pensacola area or in nearby Ala with such potent weapons as command recreation funds. MARINE OFFICER grades also

bama. The base is included in the A-bomb, the H-bomb, Response of district commandants will expand, but the Naval offi- r
the 1958 budget. guided missiles fitted with and fleet commanders cer picture is more spotty, with Of Summer

SECOND IS THE proposedbase atomic warheads, and nuclear queried by BuPers about the new fewer selections than in the cur-
to be known as ""Naval Air mines. clubs was "overwhelmingly in rent fiscal year.

Station, Sixth Naval District," favor" of them the Navy said. Data furnished the Senate UniformThe

according to the published re- Armed Services Committee by
port. This base will be a replace the armed forces, revealed the unseasonably hot
ment for NAS Sanford and is number of officers on duty in weather within the past few
weeks, which saw the ther
planned for location "within con
each grade as of Nov. 30, 1956;
mometer jump over 80 numerous
venient operating distance of .
: 'AAte' : the number expected to be in
4 times, brought abouta
existing facilities in the Jackson each grade on June 30, 1958; and
modification of the wear-
ville airfield complex
the number of promotions ex-
ing of the Uniform of the Day
The project is not planned for pected to be made in each grade
aboard the Station.Modification .
inclusion in the military con ; between July 1, 1957 and June
struction program for 1957. The 30, 1958. of the Uniform
of the Day, during the period
Navy, the report says, has been Marine officer promotion plans
Feb. 6 to March 15, is believedto
surveying all suitably located
call for increased selections for
areas in Florida and Georgia. tL all grades except generals and be the earliest that person
nel have been permitted to
SITES UNDER considerationfor majors. Colonel promotions will
don at NAS Jax
summer wear
the proposed Jax area base i total 69, compared with 49 this
include: Site 1, between Baxleyand r d r #, ldy t fiscal year. Lt. colonels will go Uniform of the Day during
Jessup, Ga., in Appling and up from 120 to 132; captains the period until March 15 has

Wayne counties; Site 2, same from 286 to 751 in fiscal 1958. been modified as follows:

area as Site 1; Site 3, between Dropping from 10 this fiscal yearto 1. For officer and CPOs
Baxley and Hazelhurst, Ga., in five in fiscal 1058 are promo khaki blouse maybe dispensedwith
Appling and Jeff Davis counties; tions to brigadier generals; and on the Station after 1900.

Site 4, between Lake City and to. majors from 231 in 1957 to 2. For enlisted personnel
Fort White, Fla., in Columbia 148 in 1958. Blue "B" or Undress "A" on

County. __'_U_'_"_ NAVY FLAG promotions will the Station is optional until
1900.
Also listed are Osceola Site, TWO AND A HALF EQUALS THREE-Brothers Paul (right) jump from 32 this fiscal year to 3. Liberty uniform will remain
currently outlying field, Osceola, and Ben Aragon (center), along with half-brother Joe Luna, attentively 44 in 1958, with flag line officer
in Seminole county, Fla.; May- listen to instructor's aerography lecture at Aviation promotions jumping from 23 to the same as prescribedin
Fundamentals School of NATTCenter. The brothers, who hall from current notices and instruc-
port Site, currently NAAS May Albuquerque, N. M., joined the Marines together last June and 31, engineering duty officers tions. '
(Please turn to Page 8, Col.5) are due for graduation from AvFund School this week. from two to four, aviation en



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Published fWf"Thursda7 for Navy and Marina activities at Naval Air.i ,tofVV 2k'd

Station. Jacksonville. Florida NAS.lu..m.) r':,: .'..... ,'" 1
Capt. William S. Ilarrla Commanding Officer tj'
Comdr, Robert U. Smith _....._ __ ExocuUvt Officer
Fleet Air JacaM. .. .
Rear Adm. Delbert S. CornwcllCapt. Commander : ,
S. S. Scarcy, Jr .. grief of Start'I' Librarianfor : 4
1"1l'l'Air"t.i tltvrm (Prepared by NATTC

Capt.tumdr.Bowen T. S. F.White McLt'od__. .__...___ Chief Stall Commander Officer I all Navy libraries in the area) ,

Capt. Churl L. Moo,. Jr.Air Technical Training Center Commanding Officer Earth We Live On: All its won-

Comdr. Wilfred E. t'eshman _Naval_..nHUl __Executive Officer' der and delight is better appre- .,

Capi Benjamin N. Aht Commanding Officer ciated when we know somethingsuch
Capt. Marcy Shupp .XAliTU ecuU1'V Officer as this new book reveals.It ::

Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer is an interesting and lucid account ,.
Oomdr. William Eo Hardy Executhe Officer
told in terms of the people
The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station .
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund who contributed to knowledge of
at no expense. to the government and In compliance with NA VEX P-35. Ret.Nor. I the earth's origins.
1943. Copies are dl5lrtbvtf'd'H' of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the Testimony Of The Spade: An-
U. S. Naval llocpltaL I
Sen'ice Information Officer__________ .!.t.. Dave Bewley other which will be welcome to
Managing Editor-- Andrew It. Planer : those who made Gods, Graves
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Ilolmea. PHI; John Isbell. SA;
Ben Doug niowrr*. AA. And Scholars a top favorite withus.
w.r'jjl of the Armed Forces Press Service
AIR NEWS U a member
AFPS material appearing' tn this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe This one concentrates on the
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other early people of Northern Europe. w5t'.r
matter except by service publications U prohibited without permission of,.
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Atomic Quest: The Director of
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension --
RMS. 216 and 8164. the Metallurgical Laboratory of r E T E' S DEPARTING _

the Manhattan Project tells his Center SIO Loses "Ringing onf his last bit of
personal story of the bomb's copy before being transferred to
r progress in a highly recom- the USS Iowa, is Pete Salvos
,_ Services of SaivHs JO2 workhorse of the NATT-
mended book. (Listed as sug. ; Center.

GASCharred gested professional reading by Office staff for the past four

-__ 1UX the War College.) ) Off To USS Iowa years.

Earth Satellites: Timely and

;;: -BooZE interesting material deals with Peter Salvus, JO2 "ace" of the Salvus Panmunjom was ordered for seven to NATTCcn-months

the satellite program as it af- Service Information Office staffat
\ ter J ax.. in May 1953. For his
-:. fects science, politics and the NATTCenter for the past four work in Korea Salvus received a
( ,." h future of men. Provides also the
years and No. 1 contributor to commendation from ComNavFE.
historical background of the the Jax Air News during that
flesh and twisted wreckage. Not a pleasant NATTCenter provided a
launching of a satellite. time, leaves this week to reportfor
thought, is it? change of journalistic climate

But it happens. It happens all too often, especially in ject Free of Diving self-control: Discusses underwater the sub- duty aboard the battleshipUSS for a reporter who had recently

the winter holiday season when many drivers try to oper- Iowa. been coveting special assign-

ate their cars after an evening of drinking. breathing appartus, techniquesand Although no records as such ments. While here in Jax Salvus

Why it happens was shown recently in an experiment- which available is of equipment-all of are logged, it can safely be said has covered every newsworthyevent
demonstration at a military base. prime importance to that the amount of copy sub- from Change-of-Command

Four MPs took part. Each had four drinks. Two hours our many followers of underwater mitted to the Air News by "Pete"on ceremonies to Waves' basketball

later they took driver reaction tests.A sports. behalf of NATTCenter far games.

sergeant who drank coke passed the test easily.A Olympic Cavalcade Of Sports: surpasses that ever contributedby .

private first class who.downed four martinis found A new history of Ithe events included any one single individual not

his braking time slowed 66 per cent. Same with a specialist in the Olympics shouldbe assigned to the staff. New Worksheet Offers

third class who drank four bourbons. A private first class interesting to both the specta- f .

who had four beers slowed down 30 per cent. tor and the participant in any DURING A CAREER that has Low Marks To Boots

And had they undergone police tests, all would have sport. thus far spanned 16 years Salvus Personnel attending the Great

been judged drunk drivers. Drunkometer tests showed the Cavalry Raid: A new historical has been a GM, BM and YN. A Lakes Naval Training Center have

martini drinker had three times the legal limit of alcoholin novel for those who enjoy the Reservist, he served during WWII been warned that their marks
his bloodstream. The bourbon. imbiber had more than Civil War stories. This time the
in the North Pacific and the may be lower this quarter than
twice the limit, and the beer drinker was considerably be- action involves a company of Aleutians. Recalled to active last, due to the Navy's new Per-
Union Cavalry sent into Louisiana
the legal minimum.The -
yond
duty during the Korean Conflict formance Evaluation System.
volunteers got home safely. They were assigned to cut railroad and tele-
chauffeurs. Tipplers who don't have chauffeurs won't findit graphic lines as part of the Salvus Admiral served on the staff of The lower marks, however, do
home. AFPS Vicksburg plan. C. Turner Joy, and not necessarily mean failure to
so easy to arrive safely at ( ) Pacific Stars and
Stripes. perform assigned duties satisfac-
Guns For Grizzly Flat (Peter

'Why' Is a SupervisorAs Field) and branded West (Brad torily.

r.mJD knows Ward): Two hard ridin' tales for WHILE IN KOREA JO Salvus The new worksheet provided
everyone a
super-
visor has practically. nothing to the shoot'em up fans. participated in two commando includes more traits and providesmore

do Double Man: These misleading raids 100 miles behind enemy categories for grading them,
except:
Thursday, Feb. 14 titles! If you've guessed it as lines with U. S. and British marines thus pinpointing abilities more
To decide what is to be done
;
Mainside Kelly and Me science fiction Covering the truce talks at
To tell somebody to do it; (and we do havea closely than possible hitherto.
(color musical with Van John- mystery with this title -
) just
To listen to reason why it
son and Piper Laurie. Also should not be done, or why it try again. We think the story is Fasro.n Six Mech's 'Arm' Makes
Where All Roads Lead.
one you'll all like-about
should be done by someone else; a I

NATTCenter The Bad Seed To follow up to see if the thing British orphan's devotion to his Jet Engine Work Safer Now

(drama) with Nancy Kelly and has been done; Cherokee family and the conflicts -

Patty McCormack.Hospital To discover that it has not; in love and loyalties Ingenuity put together with a .-

Man From Laramie To inquire why; brought about with such a back- .few scraps of metal by Donald I widened the safety margin for

(color western) with James To listen to excuses from the ground. Hubbard, AD2, of Fasron Six, has aviation personnel working on

Stewart and Arthur Kennedy. person who should have done it;I T .. N' .... .. ,...... jet aircraft engines mounted on
Friday, Feb. 15 To follow up again to see if the the R85-ALE-2995 support stand.

Mainside Naked Guns thing has been done incorrectly;I I Ordinarily the entire weight of

(western) with Willard Parker To point out how it should :
an engine is supported by gears.
and Mara Corday. Also Picture have been done; ,' l4 Y Hubbard designed and constructed

Parade. To reflect sadly that one could a "supporting arm"
NATTCenter Kelly and Me have done it right in 20 minutes, .,
.. which will prevent injury to per.
(color musical) with Van John and as things turned out. sonnel and damage to an aircraft

son and Piper Laurie. Also One had to spend two days to 5, the
engine should it fall from
Where All Roads Lead. find out why it has taken three 5
stand as a result of "stripped"gear
Hospital The Bad Seed (drama weeks for somebody else to do it
or if the gear box becomes
) with Nancy Kelly and Patty wrong; I
McCormack. (Adult audience To wonder if it is not time to : ; : inoperative.With .
la
only). get rid of a person who cannotdo 3' the engine mounted

Saturday, Feb. 16 a thing right. p ., 4 t 'V a horizontal position, a tremendous
< Stf load Is placed'on the gears
Mainside Key Largo (dra-
Chief "Now <' due to the off-set, anblanced
: son, what are you
Robinsonand F'r ,
ma) with Edward G. y si.. ''j''
,doing learning something?" i iI +: ha condition of the engine.
Humphrey Bogart I v'tfaa
NATTCenter Naked Guns Seaman: "No, sir, I'm listeningto Since the gears are the only

(western) with William Parker you.It means of securing the stand

. and Mara Corday. Also Picture the City and Tea and Sympathy. horizontally, Hubbard's safety
three to
device today's
parade. I Kiddie Matinee prevents

Hospital Kelly and Me Not arrived to will be enteredin five thousand pound jet engines

(color musical) with Van Johnson the plan of the day on arrival from crashing to the deck, causing

and Piper Laurie. Also 1900>> only. serious injury to personneland

Where Roads Lead. Movie Hours unnecessary damage to the
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Coming Next Week Mainside 1800-2000. engine.
Sundaysand INVENTOR Donald Hubbu4
The Power and the Prize, Holidays 1400-1800-2000. this -.upportlnl' arm" which Is designed, AD, of for FUI'OD Six, nested Personnel desiring pertinent
the
Pardners, The Kentuckian, Storm NATTCenter 1400-1800-2000. : support stud. 'l'11e' brace prevents engines It8S-ALE-ms from dimensions, about the "arm"should

Rider, The Wrong Man, Edge of Hospital 1900 only. ta should ellminat1nc operating pars fall to while KernHrT/U in horizontal position contact the Fasron Sir
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I Cupid Drops In Today For Annual Quick Look' Up The



Did you remember? sands of merchants over the last LADDERWith

It's not too late if you few years) we honor wives,
didn't I You can still rush out sweethearts and of late even CiviliansWeekly
and get the little woman's more distant relatives and loved ( tAe Jar Air Newt in

,Valentine present, if you ones. cooperation untn the Industrial
Relations Department will list
hurry. The custom of lovers exchanging -
Today, by tradition (and the notes began many years ago S w SS'f various promotions Naval Air
encouragement of countless thou- Station civilian personnel)
and there are a number of legends
about it On the promotion roster effective

Jan. 21 and 28, were 34 em
EARLY mention
martyrologies
if1y, ployees 21 from Overhaul and
NAVY WIVESCORNER at least three Saint Valentinesand 3 ,
Repair Department, three from
each was associated with i
Feb. 14. : Supply Department, seven from

..;::il Security Department, and one
The Jax Wives Club
No.
Navy
Two of the most celebrated of
each from Fiscal Public Works
86 met Feb. 6, at the clubhouse the St. Valentines f4M.!.. ,
in history ...".".."....:.,... '. and Miscellaneous Departments.
in Dewey Park in the first meet- have their festivals on Feb. 14.
Promoted at O & R Robert
ing under the guidance of the One was a priest at Rome and I were

newly installed officers. Mrs. the other a bishop in Umbria. "". .... ...N I' .........,,... Boyett, apprentice aircraft
mechanic (motor) first class to
Barney Meyer, president, pre Both lived in the Jhird centuryand ;
aircraft
mechanic (motor) first
sided. legend says they died on the- @ step Harold Broward aircraft
; ,
@j
The outgoing board consisting Ih
same day. (.7 ii preservation mechanic third stepto
Of Mrs. Bill Reese, Mrs. George ; .
John One St. Valentine was reputed aircraft mechanic (motor)
Moore, Mrs. Damon and
Mrs. Jim White received ap- as having gone: from house [ &. "n .. third step; Willis Cannon, air-
*:
to house leaving food the

plause the installation for March a "job of very Dimes committee.The well Foundation done"as doorsteps Valentine of greetings the poor. at Sending on first m0! !lt ,2! ; Aj:; ;::; ; step craft cleaner to mechanic third leadingman step(;motor Carl)aircraft Coffer third,

I evolved from this and soon be- aircraft engine accessories and
will receive a contributionfrom I ary. affection stems from the fact that
the club welfare fund, it came an accepted custom. I The names of young men and throughout Europe during the parts repairman third step to
THE TWO St. Valentines suffered aircraft mechanic (motor) third
was revealed. women were put in a box from middle ages, it was believed that
in the second I
BIRS. JOHN Paolozzi of Whittier martyrdom which they were drawn by birds began mating on Feb. 14. step.RAY
Calif., and Mrs. Genevieve half of the third century and chance, an arrangement under ASIDE FROM early English CONNER, aircraft engine

Harris of Richmond, Va., were were buried in the Flaminian which a young man became the ballads, many of which were not assembler third step to aircraft

made life members of 80. Mrs. Way. What was known to the gallant of a young woman for set down on paper, the earliest mechanic (motor) third step;

Paolozzi was the originator of the ancient Romans as the Flaminian the next year. It is said that the reference to birds and St. Val- Melvin Davis, aircraft electrical

idea that brought about the pres- Gate was later called the Gate Christian clergy objected to this entine's Day is in Sir Geoffrey equipment installer second stepto

ent national organization and recently of St. Valentine from a churchin custom and substituted the names I C h a u c e is "Parliament of electrician aircraft first step;

served two years as National the immediate neighborhood of Saints for the names of the Foules." He referred to it this Wilmer Dingman, Sr., aircraft
dedicated to the Saint. It is now engine assembler third step to
president. Mrs. Harris organized young people, the object being way:
the local club in IMS. known as the Porta del Popoloor that each ;young person was to "For this was Seynt; Valentine'sday. aircraft mechanic (motor) third

She too was a National President. the Gate of the People. emulate the Saint drawn for himor step; Thomas Dowling, aircraft

A valentine party-dance: is be- There are various theories her during the next twelve When every foul cometh therto engine assembler second step to
about how the name of Valentinecame his aircraft mechanic (motor) first
ipg planned by the activities months. choose mate.
to be connected with the step; Willie Fussell, helper aircraft *
chairman, Mrs. George Copelandand As this drawing occurred on English literature following
day on which lovers send tokensto mechanic (motor) third
her committee. If possible a Feb. 14, the day already estab- Chaucer, continued to refer to
one another. One of them suggests step to aircraft mechanic (motor
band will be provided. This affair lished as belonging to St Valen- Feb. 14 as a day sacred to lovers. )
is scheduled for Feb. 16, in that the association grew tine, the association with him Today; gifts range from a first step; Larent Halstead, 'Jr,
out of the similarity between the aircraft
electrical equipment installer
the Dewey Park clubhouse with was established. However, this simple card to huge boxes of
Norman word "Galatin" mean- second to electrician
all members, prospective members does not explain the associationwith candy and for the most elite, step
ing, a lover of women and the
(aircraft) first step.
guests, and husbands in- lovers. mink coats. However, all have
name >f the Saint. They think
vited. The best at least most in EDWARD HARRISON, air-
or popular one thing common. They are
that Galatin's Day with the in-
IT WAS DECIDED to have the legend for having lovers ex- still given by lovers to their craft engine assembler third
clinic nursery open on the after- itial "g" frequently pronounced change notes or tokens of their I sweethearts. step to aircraft mechanic (motor)
I "v" led to confusion in the
noon of the first Thursday of as third step; Clad Kitts, aircraft
each month. This conveniencewas popular mind.ANOTHER engine assembler third step to

created for those mothers theory is that the aircraft mechanic (motor) third
lover's custom is survival anda
who wish to attend the lectures a step; Stanley Kremensky, pro-
about the care of epileptic chil Christianized form of a prac- duction dispatcher third step to
tice in the Roman feast of the
dren. The lectures are currently aircraft mechanic (motor) third
being given at the Naval Hos Lupercalia occurring in Febru- step.

pital. Dad: "Son, I'm spanking you : PAUL MONROE, aircraft engine -
After final reports were given because I love you." ) 1 .: : assembler third step to air
by the '56-'57 chairmen of the Son: "I'd sure like to be big craft mechanic (motor) third

various committees, Mrs. James enough to return your love." step; Richard Morley, produc-

Murphy, vice-president, read the ____ tion dispatcher third step to air-
list of newly appointed chairmen, son; M a s t c r-at-Arms, Mrs. __________ craft mechanic (motor) third

co-chairmen and committees. George Moore; Pin, Mrs. M. step; Joel Shemer, aircraft engine -

They are as follows: Bingo, Townsend. t'I'I'Id assembler second step to

Mrs. Bill Aston, chairman and Posters, Mrs. E. Walters; Program aircraft mechanic (motor) first

Mrs. Elton Largent, co-chairman; Mrs. Bob Nichcolas, chair- step; George Thomas, aircraft,

Nursery, Mrs. John Damon, man and Mrs. S. Schoenecker co- + wig ico engine accessories and parts repairman -
chairman, and Mrs. Frank La- chairman; Finance committee, d third step -lo aircraft

Grange co-chairman; Snack Bar, Mrs. Bill Reese, Mrs. Bob Taylor mechanic (motor) third step;

Mrs. E. Williams, chairman, and and Mrs. P. Newell. A few vacancies Jesse Vance, helper, aircraft me-

Mrs. Donald Cressy, cochairman still exist. These will be j chanic (motor) third step to aircraft -

; Activities, Mrs. George announced at a later date. f 1 mechanic (motor) third

Copeland, chairman and Mrs. Mrs. Bill Reese, Southeast re- step; Samuel. .Watson, aircraft! engine -
Mcrt Ladd, co-chairman. gional vice-president, and Mrs. ._.- assembler second step to

Points, Mrs. W. Michael, chair Albert Rose, a past SE regional TilE NAVY WAY William Seymore GFC, instructor at the aircraft mechanic (motor) first
man and Mrs. A. Michael, co- secretary-treasurer, attended the Naval Air Weapons Systems School at NATTCenter, shows one of step; Lewis White, aircraft engine
chairman; Not-New-Shop, Mrs. installation of officers of the the Navy's missiles to Army men Lt. William Ilenne, and Specialist assembler third step to air-
Third Class Bruce Gauch. Both are here for spedallnstrudlons.
Donald Stivers, chairman and Cecil Field NWCA No. 121. This craft mechanic (motor) third

Mrs. E. Williams, co-chairman; was held Friday evening, Feb. 1, step; and James Whittington, air-
Weekend Tide Table
Audit Board, Mrs. Gene Fuquay, in the Cecil Field Memorial Army Pair craft electrical equipment installer

chairman and Mrs. Bill Reigel, Chapel with Chaplain Humphries HIGH LOW second step to electri-

co-chairman and Mrs. Joe Ha- installing. Learns About AM PM AM PM cian (aircraft) first step.

gan; Not-New-Shop Pick-Up, THE CLUB voted to sponsorthe Fri.: 8:20: 8:44: 1:53: 2:23: Advanced in Supply Depart-

Mrs. F. Thome, chairman and Hinson School of Dan ing. Sat. 9:10: 9.36: 2:4: ,$ 3:12: ment were Marguerite Branard,

Mrs. K. Kngram, co-chairman; Classes are being given on the Navy MissilesCurrently Sun. 10:01: 10.27: 3:38: 4:02 typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3;

Layette, Mrs. Roy McMullen, station. James Doherty, Jr., tabulating

chairman and Mrs.. A. Pearson, Mrs. Barney; Meyer, Mrs. John attending Naval Air located in Huntsville, Ala., where machine operator GS-3 to tab

co-chairman. Damon, Mrs. Bill Reese, Mrs. Weapons System School at Lt. Henne is senior officers' instructor ulating equipment operation supervisor

WAYS AND MEANS, Mrs. M. George Moore and Mrs. Albert NATTCenter are 1st. Lt. WilliamG. in the development and GS-4; and John Fischer,

Perkins, chairman and Mrs: R. Rose visited Green Cove Springs Henne and Specialist Third repair of Army ordnance. Spe- management analyst-trainee GS-

Couch, co-chairman; Clean-Up, Wednesday, Feb. 8, to attend a Class Bruce E. Gauch, of the cialist Gauch, attached to the 5' to warehouseman second step.

Mrs. Fred Pridgeon and Mrs. D. presentation given by the Navy United States Army. same command, is a lesson- PROMOTED at Security Department -

Garner; Welfare, Mrs. B. Clark Career Appraisal Team of Atlanta Coming to NATTCenter for writer technician.Lt. I were Bernard Bailerng. -

and Mrs. F. Bardin; Publicity, Ga. This was sponsored by special instruction, Lt. Henne, Henne is a graduate of the fire fighter (inspector) GS-

Mrs. Albert Rose; Navy Wives the Green Cove Springs NWCA. first Army officer ever to attend Citadel, located in Charleston, 6 to supervisory fire fighter (inspector -

News, Mrs M. Larsen; Hospital This same informative presentation any Center school, and Specialist S. c., while Specialist Gauch is ) GS-7; John Dillaberry,

Nursery, Mrs. Woodphen Hall; will be given at the next I Gauch, are due to complete their a graduate of the University of fire fighter (general) GS-3 to

Scrapbook Mrs. R. Wilson; Hos- regular business meeting of Jar course next week. i Rochester, N. Y., and has a ire fighter (general) GS-4; Her.

pital box; Mrs. Gene Byron;I 15. All service wives are invitedto I Both men are on temporary Bachelor of Science degree in bert Goodland, fire fighter (gen-

Scholarship, MI'!. Albert John- attend. duty from the Redstone Arsenal Mechanical Engineering. (Please tarn to Fare S, C.U')



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Men Of Operations Maintenance



Design, Construct New Bar RackEnlisted ,

personnel NAS Jax Operations Department Main. wt wr

tenance Division, Hangar 117, have come up with a couple of ideasto ..' K'x

make their work easier. 4. SM "

I The division, which is crampedfor #; "follow me" sign which Is
space at the present, due to black and has phosphorescent i

the construction in that area, red letters which light up for '
realized a need for keeping the either day or night-time opera- 4: t;

tow-bars in a neat orderly stack tion.

rather than a haphazard pile, THE "IDEA MEN and parts

scattered around the hanger's scavengers" on the sign includedV.

"front yard." W. Barnes, AMC; L. E. Stanley -
THE MEN got their heads together AMI; and H. P. Blackburn,
and the results are three
The
AB1 "manufacturing" crew
racks which hold the tow-bars
so Dukes
was composed of L. D. ,
that the size of each one is easily
AM3, and T. G. Plunk, AM3. V.
visible and they are easy to E.: Carmicheal, AE2, and R. ti
Each rack has hooks for SS
store. S'
electrical '
Santana, AA, did the
seven bars on each side, plus a
installations and Santana painted
horizontal bar which has hooks it.
for additional tow-bars.
The three racks are made Iden- Barnes, Stanley and W. E. .-- >.w..... -..- .-K.w.--. .m._""-.IOIt- .<;;:;':';';'N"-.w.\W: ; Dodge, AMI, worked on the tow-
tically and by placing two racks bar> rack and Santana painted it.The NEW TOW-BAR RACK DESIGNED Some of the enlisted men In the Operations Maintenance -
next to each other and the third division are shown with the tow-bar rack they designed and built. Left to right are L. D.
some eight or nine feet away, any personnel of the Air Frames Dukes, AM3; C. Kaminski, AN; T. G. Plunk, AM3; J. W. Bramble, AN; L. E. Stanley, AMI; and V.: I
size tow-bar can be hung on it. and Metal Shop worked as the W. Barnes, AMC. The racks hold all sizes of tow bars In an orderly fashion, easily available for
manufacturing crew of the racks. use.
The group's second project Is



Garden Circle Sets .. ..; Choral Society

Friday GatheringThe / ;;( 1 holds Drive


Naval Air Station Garden .

Circle will hold its regular meet- . "'. .. For MembersThe NOTES.On
: ;;,.r : ''i: ':\; .
Ing Friday, Feb. 15, at 0930 in

Building 804, located at the eastern < annual sustaining membership Saturday evening,Feb. 16,

end of Birmingham Road. drive for new contributing from 2030 until 0030, the CPO

The program will feature a members .for the spring Club will feature the annual Val-

series of colored slides entitled season of the Jacksonville Choral entine's Day dance. The dance

"An Introduction to Flower Ar- Society, which will present the will be the first of the 1957 season -

rangements," and members will opera "Carmen" March 11, was and will be held in the ballroom -

answer roll call by naming a launched last week. Music will be furnished by

plant or tree on the conservationlist. an orchestra. No reservations are
The drive will extend throughFeb.
required for this event.
15 when the general box
Announcement was made that office public sale of tickets to A bulletin board is located on

Mrs. W. C. Dunn has been appointed the presentation of Carmen will the first floor of the club for the

treasurer of the Circleto open. convenience of patrons who desire -
replace Mrs. B. F. LcLeod who !itd. to advertise articles they wish

has moved to the West Coast. Sustaining members of the to sell or buy.
Hostesses for the social hour will Choral Society enjoy advantagesnot
All patrons are invited to \'lew
be Mrs. Ben Ahl, chairman; Mrs. accorded to the general pub-
the construction of the new cock-
L. H. Pollock, Mrs. W. E. Cook lic. Members receive by mail two
tail lounge the first floor of
and Mrs. Joe Pedigo.VA104 __ -*_ I reserved seat tickets for each on

the club. The work on this projectis
FOLLOW ME' SIGN Posing by their new sign which they performance. They have a preference progressing rapidly and the
devised and constructed themselves are personnel of the Opera- choice in selection of
Moves tions maintenance division. Left to right are W. E. Dodge, AMI: seats in the George Washington grand opening is scheduled foi
L. E. Stanley, AMI; L. D. Dukes, AM3; Night Check, ADI (aviation Hotel auditorium around Mid-March.
dog, first class), official mascot; T. G. Plunk, AM3; and V. W. where the per. .
From Cecil Barnes, AMC.A formances are held. In additionustammg Grumman Tests

membership resultsin

To NAS JaxAttack Solon Sponsors Bill To Overhaul savings in price.MEMBERSIIIPS. New The Fll-F Grumman Series Aircraft Engineering

are offered inn
Squadron 104, just back Federal Classification SystemThere's connection with each contribution Corporation is evaluatingthe
from a six-month Mediterranean of $10 of more. A contribution most advanced plane in the

cruise aboard USS Coral Sea, still a chance that the Government's one million classi of $10-$20 offers a sustain- F9F jet fighter series, the F11F-

will be based at NAS Jax instead fied employees may get a pay raise this year, even if they go intoa ) ng membership; $25-$90, associate IF, for both the Navy and Air

of its former home at new CA (for Classification Act) in consequence.also ; $100-$900, patron; and $1- Force.

Cecil Field. bill sponsored by Chairman would be 000 or more, benefactor. Mem- Reported to be among the wry

The squadron, a part of Air Johnston of the Senate Post Office providing larger"decompressed"spreads between by bership may be made jointly b fastest supersonic ships in they
Group 10 commanded by Comdr. and Civil Service Committeeto grades two persons. United States, the F11F-1F is
making grade
D. A. Clark, was recommIssioned overhaul the federal classification more attractive. The promotions within-s Membership blanks maybe obtained powered with a powerful G E-
-
In May 1952 at Cecil Field and act would substitute a 14- grade steps of the classificationscale from the Society offices, J-79 jet engine. Other jets u'<*

the cruise just completed is the grade classification act for the would be remodeled to P. O. Box 311, Jax. the Wright J-65. Sapphire.
second it has made to the Medi- present 18-grade system. This .
provide Plans
seven steps for the first for the 1957 spring ""
would be sea "Daddy what Is a bachtlo.
terranean since recommissioning. done by eliminating ,
six CA son include
grades, (equivalent the
to opera Carmen
Temporarily housed in Hangar grades 1, 6, 8 and 10, which altogether the first nine GS March on "A bachelor, my boy, is a man
grades); six llj; and Verdi's Rigoletto he
who when
123 VA-104 account for only about I didn't have a car
personnel began ar- steps for CA-7 through 13 May 13. "
riving last Sunday. The last 60,000 employees. (equivalent of GS-10 through 16, was young.

contingent of enlisted personnel WORKERS IN grades GS-1 and one for CA-14 (equivalent HeartsTo ..... .... -,. ..y. "-'.. ....
arrived here Monday night by airlift and 2 (GS for General Schedule) to GS-18)). .'

from Norfolk, Va., where would go into a new grade CA1. Serious consideration is You
the Coral Sea docked Feb. 11. Those now in GS-6 and 7 wouldgo being St. Valentine'sDay

The squadron has the distinc- into a new grade CA-5. And given by the Administration to Is symbolized

tion of being the winner of two those in GS-8 and '9 would go the appointment of a special here by An- afi

coveted awards. For fiscal 1955, into a new CA-6, with those in Federal Pay Commission to fie Dickinson,

it received the CNO Safety GS-10 and 11 going in a new CA study the various government definitely the
Award and for 1956, won the Air 7. sort of girl who
salary systems, but Civil Service will
catch your
Force Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency
Pay raises under the bill followa Commission Chairman heart.
"E. VA-104 is the only Philip
squadron in the Atlantic. Fleet twin formula which roughly adds Young is advocating an entirelynew ; The brunette
10 percent to the first $2500 of anemployee's beauty has been
both awards. system of
fixing federal
salary; 14 percent on pay. een on Warner
While in the Med, the squadronflew the amount between $2500 and Young said the present system i is Bros'. "Chey-
3,000 hours and participated enne"
television
$10,000; and 15 percent on the outmoded and should be replaced show and Is "," .
in strike exercises over France, cur-
portion above $10,000. The minimum with rently I
a more realistic one starring II
Greece and Spain. It also parti- 'tt<
classified ,in that ...
pay grade wouldbe based somewhat on the studio's #'
cipated in NATO exercises system feature >, :3 i
raised from $2690 to $3300, in effect for blue collar workers tion produc- ,,1\'\,., t ,
"Whipsaw" and "Beehive. "ShootOutat ,
with a maximum pay ceiling set whose pay is set by ,1 ', 1 h I,
pay scales Medicine i $4
The squadron is commandedby at ;-g:;;
$17,500. in local areas.Meanwhile Bend. v' !
Comdr. George E. Ford, wh a
;"."', ." :
'
THE BILL ALSO would ellm- Miss 't' ; ".
will be relieved Monday by Comptroller General Dickinson ;1'-J."i"tt:, '. ;" I
Lcdr. L. W. S. Cummins, wh inate much of the present hair Joseph Campbell has informed Is stands 23 years old, t I
will be acting CO. line distinction between classification Congress that a federal five feet a,delicate five Inches i ?( :' <, y 'Y 6 I
;
grades and much, but not payroll deduction system for weighs a "> ,' ,
Anybody that isn't broke has all, of the present overlapping health insurance premiums is entirely delightful 120

been getting the breaks. among grades. The salary ladder feasible. pounds and is .. ... ,
unmarried. DQ ::0:: '...... _."





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't" I .<:.J.:' :"f ;I I II II 7L-- i Home And Car Can Help j





Lower Tax PaymentsThis

tz
V i ( it the third of a series of articles on federal income tax

\ filing. The articles are based on information provided by the American -

wy a, t y gvt ( Institute of Accountants.)
I Your home and your car may be the source of deductions that

will lower -your federal income tax.

t The interest on a mortgage is still make a reasonable estimate.IF .

deductible on your federal tax YOU HAD a collision, you

return. In most cases, paymentsto may be able to deduct for the

a bank include both interest damage to your own car not cov-

and principal; as the mortgage is ered by insurance. Although

reduced the interest is less and a driving may have been faulty,

larger portion is applied to the you are entitled to the deductionif

principal. Only the interest is de- the accident was not caused by

i, ductible in the case of your res- your negligence.Next .

idence. article: Claim All Exemp.

SOMETIMES the monthly pay- tions for Yourself and Depend

ment also includes an additional ents. (AFPS) .

amount, which the bank holds

for the payment of taxes, insurance -

etc. These taxes are deductible With The

as if you had paid them .,

directly. ToastmastersAt
W > wEM If your home has been damaged -

CLUB ADDITION Here Is the new 75 by 68./; / addition to :: Enlisted Men's Club I by fire, storm or flood, your their regular Thursday

I which will house the ballroom when finished in April. The Club's patio is in the foreground.A I loss not covered by insurance is held at the CPO Club
meeting
new name for the club is being sought via a contest with $25 cash as first prize. Entries must beI I deductible. The amount of the ,
nautical or Navy and may be put in boxes at the EM Club, Malnside mess hall, and Jax Air News loss is calculated by comparingthe the Mar-Nav Easy 7 Club 2280,
offices. There is no limit to the number of entries one person can submit. installed as a new member
fair market value of the
Chief Robert Gelles of NATTC.

Crusader 'Real Jewel' Say VF-32 property after the casualty.just before and just Swede Larsen acted as toastmaster -

for the meeting while Tony
,
( THIS LOSS, or the cost of the

Personnel Attending Pax FIPThe property, whichever Is lower, is Cocco Harv presented Harville "table spoke topics.on "First"

reduced by any insurance recov-
F8U-1 Crusader is on ery to determine the loss for tax Impressions are Lasting"; John
to Commander
a souped-up racer. "
SALTY HUMOR FROM Potfay on "All for a Thrill,
the final lap of its rapid
purposes.
Barnett took the F8U up for the
which covered the of
HERE AND THERE"Do march from drawing board to first FIP flight on January 11. You are not allowed to deduct use nar-
cotics Ed Gottlieb
by
teenagers:
fleet squadrons, climaxingone any loss you may suffer on the
Stepping out of the cockpit on
you" the judge asked the spoke on "Colored Television";
of the swiftest development sale of personal residence.
your
"take his return, he declared, "It's a
this for bet- and dealt
groom, woman : Roy Suberly's speech
records of a modern-day However, you may be required to .
real fine ship. At high speeds it'sa
for sicknessand with "The Most Part
ter or worse, through I Important
jet fighter. real jew'cl.After pay tax on a gain resulting from \
health in times bad Of An Automobile."
good or ,
At Patuxent River Naval Air selling the house at a profit.If .
they complete the FIP, Harold Rich evaluator.
whether she be .? was
Test Center- in Maryland, a"composite" the new home costs as muchas
.
"Oh, judge," broke in the bride VF-32 pilots will return home to
received for old one
of 13 you your
squadron pilots
tearfully, "you're going to talk Florida to train their squadron Navy Jax Toastmasters final
(with allowances for certain"fixingup"
from VF-32 Fleet Air Jack-
a
him right out of it." mates, then will go aboard an Speakers Elimination Contest
sonville unit based at Cecil Field expenses), you are
aircraft carrier for practice land- found Captain Bill Clark the
and VFAW-3 at Moffett Field not taxed on the gain. If your
A small boy's persistent snif- ings and takeoffs. Following this, winner last Thursday night with
home costs less the gain is
new ,
California is the Crusaderover
flying
fling annoyed a woman standingnext the squadron probably will go his dissertation on "The Russian
taxable tq the extent of the dif
the hurdles of the
Navy'sFleet
to him on a bus. to Guantanamo, Cuba, for gunnery ference.IN Revolution Major Maloney,
Introduction
"Young man," she said archly, Program. training. Comdr. Woodside and Lt. David
ANY EVENT
are re-
you
WHEN THIS nucleus of -i + ,
'have you got a handkerchien""Yep pilots Beesley also spoke.
," replied the lad, "but my has flown the plane 600 hours or A great many people, like cats, quired to submit information Captain Bob Keller was Toast-
concerning sale of homeat
mother won't let me loan it to the program reaches eight weeks, lick themselves with their any your master of the evening. Colonel
a profit, whether or not the
anybody." the accelerated tests will end tongues. Timm directed Table Topics, entitled -
gain is taxable.
and the F8U-1 will go to the "The Most Unforgettable .
Any state or local sales tax
"Oh what a lovely cow," said fleet for operational use. Man I Ever Met.
SAFETYBox you paid on an automobile pur-
the miss from the March "Ladies Night" will be held at
cute young city. Thus, by the first of chase is deductible. So are the
hasn't it horns?" after it first the Officers Club the of
'Buwhy any less than two years Score cost of your license plates, state I evening
i-he asked the farmer. flew at Edwards AFD, California, inspection fees and interest on February 14th. The program will

"There are many reasons," the the Crusader, the world's fastest Disabling Injuries Through an auto loan. consist of speeches by the winnersof

farmer replied quietly. "Some Navy dayfighter, will be in fleet Tuesday, Feb. 12 A common deduction in many the Speakers Elimination Con.

cows do not have them until later service. VF-32 is expected to receive This Month 0 taxpayers' returns is for state tests; Captain Bill Clark, Ensign

in life. Others have them removed the F8U'in mid-February. is Pete Dow, CWO Huell Holloway,
This Year 3 gasoline tax. It best to keep a
while still other breedsare Ltjg( ) Ron Moreland and
The Navy actually has been fly- record of your gasoline purchases Major
born without horns. This cow ing the plane many months al- Days Since Last during the year, but if you Lou Sartor. The top speaker of
does not have horns because it is ready. Lost Time Accident SI the program will represent Navy
record
don't have such a you canFAWTULANT
a horse." The Fleet Introduction Pro. Jax Toastmasters in the forth-
coming Area Contest
gram is the final step before Speech
Jones had occasion to reprimand Chance Vought Aircraft starts *

his wife."I delivering the planes to fleet Highlight Of Tuesday's night

think, dear," he said sooth- squadrons. When VF-32 pilots gathering of the Navy Civilian

ingly, "that you fib a little occa- leave Patuxent they will take Toastmasters of Jacksonville was

sionally." home with them several of the the discussion of the club's1 rep-

"Well, I think it's a wife's six planes assigned to the FIP resentive in the forthcoming

duty," was her response, "to speak Program. I Y Toastmasters Area Speech Con
well of her husband occasionally." test slated for March 14.
VF-32 SENT 11 pilots and
The club's speaker In the con
The coach of a large Eastern ground officers, plus about 80 test will be decided next week.

college's football team went to enlisted technicians to Patuxentfor Speakers from all six Jacksonville
the FIP. They were joined at
Texas for his summer vacation Toastmaster Clubs will compete .
and decided to teach some of the Service Test hangar by six pilots for the furlined gavel. Competing
ranch hands how to football. and 40 men from VFAW-3( ,
play will be the Navy Civilians,
.
"Now remember, fellows," he told Moffett's all-weather squadron.The MarNav Easy 7, and Navy Jax

the tough-looking cow punchers, two groups merged into one Officers, all of NAS Jax; Down

"if you can't kick the ball, kick a "squadron" at Patuxent. town Toastmasters; TelephoneCo.

man on the other side. Now, let's PILOTS FROM VF-32 who are .; and a new unnamed group.
get busy. participating in the FIP are a
Where's the ball? Presenting their icebreakers
Promptly one of the cowboys Lcdr. Ray Johnson, Lt. Howard .j.
touted. Rutledge, Lts. (jg) D. D. Davison, ... Tuesday were Aubrey Silvey,
"Fergit the ball! Let'sget
Umberto Pezzulla
and Carl Mc-
on with the game!" James Brown, Robert Nork, J. P. >; );i t\ii:: Cranie. Evaluators, Rod
were
Allen and M. G. McCanna, Jr., 'r
I Pinney, Lawton Green, and Gor
W. J. Stephens, main-
Ire has a contagious smile and Ensign don King. "Er" counter was
trench tenance officer. Comdr. M. E.
mouth. .. Mike Cascone and
timekeeperwas
Barnett, Commander, Air Group

Sgt. Three which includes VF-32, _.,, _. Ray Datres. George Hyde
(to tardy student): "Why -""""" -' was toastmaster with Leonard
fcre you late? also participated, along with Ensign INSPECTION Capt. S. S. Searcy, Chief of Eubanks
acting as topic master.
AO School Student: "Well, a William Harkness, CAG Staff, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, leads the Inspecting
Next
sign down here _** ordnance officer. party past the ranks of personnel of Fleet All Weather TrainingUnit week's meeting is slated
to the plane Atlantic Fleet, Detachment Alfa, FawtuLant Detachment A for Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Community
Sgt.: "Well, what has a sign Their reactions for short, during the unit's recent annual administrative-material Hall, Cumberland Road
got to do with it?" during their first flight mightbe inspection. The detachment, commanded by Comdr. R. II. Martin,
Housing All civilian
Student: "The sign I said: compared to those of a youngster received an overall grade of excellent, with the executive depart. Project. em.

'School ahead; go slow'." I who stepped from a bicycle ment having the highest numerical grade assignment. ployees are welcome to attend.



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LOOSE BALL A shot at .' .. .... .". ..
the bucket has gene awry and Hospital VFP-62
: Navy Jax Sailing Club Cops It's the usual mad scramble for ,
:
. the loose ball as Fasron 109 Mainside
''' and CVG-17 players converge Atop
:t' First Of Weekly Races under the boards in their Main-

, tide intramural melee played
to. last week. Identifiable are W. Cage StandingsThe
/ The Navy Jacksonville Sailing G. Diosi (21), S. D. Jarman (23)
t h tt+ Club took top honors in the first and the results were: first, Hardhead and J. D. Goods (center, black Mainside Intramural court

1 race of a two-race match Sun- I 390; second, Late Date, D. uniform), of Fasron 109; and loop race is turning into a two-

day in stiff competition against Phillips and Culp, Rudder Club; John II eel e (20) and Bob team affair between Hospital and
!. third, Gamma 573; fourth, Alpha Laitrht (24) of CVG-17. The Air
11
the Rudder Club of Orange Park Group men took the measure of VFP-62, with newcomer CVG17on
and the Florida Yacht Club.At 571; fifth, Delta 574, Woodsideand Fasron in this one, 7444. h the outside as a menacing
Adams; and sixth, 351, Rudder threat
the finish, results were: Club.
First, Delta No. 574, Woodside Hospital and VFP-62 are lead-
and Rich, NavJax; second, Alpha The Sailing Club will race ing the pack with 10-1 marks,
Sunday afternoon at 1330
every
571, Knowles and Maneval, Nav with CVG-17 sporting a 3.1 rec-
either in home waters or at the
Jax third Gamma 573, Northrupand
; ord.VFP62
Florida Venetla
Yacht Club in or }
Riley, NavJax; fourth, Hard h. added victory No. 10
the Rudder Club in
Park.
Orange
Head 390, Burrough and Yerkes, with a 51-39 win over Fasron Sir
FOR THE NEXT three weeks
Rudder Club; and fifth, Late Date while Hospital did likewise witha
the races take place off the BOQ
forfeit win
491, David and Sherry Phillips, over X-2.
Rudder Club.RUDDER pier here. All hands are Invitedto Other results of IM games last
enjoy this new competative week
:
CLUB'S Craft 351's sport either from the BOQ pieror VP-18 forfeit Mart
by
won over
rudder, broken in the first race, the south lawn of the Anchor-
n e s; Dispensary outlasted
was repaired for the second race \
age.At FaetuLant, 33-32; VP-5 swamped
the regular February meeting ,,: Fasron 109, 7444.
;.f
Who's Going To Stop Lcdr. "Clancy" Rich relieved ( Standings of Intramural Bas
'omdr.. "Custer" Woodside as
s ketball League:
AvFund-P Alley Men Commodore. Jay Knowles continues n .s'f, Won Lost
as vice-comodore and Art : VY-42I m
Garnering eight wins without 1
Northrup is rearcommodore.Other 1
V HJ s
suffering a defeat last week the 2
bowlers of Aviation Fundamentals changes are Harvey Mossas Fasron G 31OAR
109<
Joanne Jones assistant
their secretary; .
Class P School kept undefeated 4 3VP.18n
secretary; Carl Riley, treasurer I
mark intact as they remained 4 5
atop the standings of the ; and Larry Manuel, first Marines 4" 6
Medical 3 6
NATTCenter intramural bowling lieutenant. VP..$ 2 6
X.2 2'Faf't
league. It l'i'AWl1
'. .. 1.
I
NATTCenter
The alleys were Baseball Practice Supply O.
closed for repairs the greater partof --9S*
Gels
UnderwayA
last week and are scheduled to JAxAIkjJWVS .
reopen tomorrow (Friday). .SPORTS' dozen or so mound and Crackerjax Face
: : answered the
backstop aspirants
Team Leaders: AGO, Poltenson,
152; AvFund, Greenwood, 180; ; 'i first call for Jar: Navy Fliers' Pensacola Next

MAWS, Hughes, 170; AE, Tarplay, : f\*. .< : :baseball practice at :Mason Field
175; AK Swanson, 159; MarAv- yesterday. Jax Navy's Crackerj added

., Det, DeVito, 169; SS,Johnson, 167.I' Infield and outfield candidates another impressive win to their
will for next list with 44-15 of
NATTC IM BOWLING Chaff Downs report practice a shellacking
Won Lout Wednesday Feb. 20 at 1600. the Hotshots, a civilian semi-pro
AvFund (P) School 28 0
AK School IX: 6NavAlrWeapl team, at Moody AFB last Satur

School 14SurtSpllnterc 13 18AE t Taylor For day.The
School 11 17 Wiley: "Don't you think, dear, local 'Waves will host the
AGO School 9 19
MarAvDet 2O that a man has more sense after strong NAS Pensacola Gossettesthis
AO School 1 19 he is married
Saturday and Sunday at
Links CrownChief
Hubby: "Yes, but it's too late Mainside Gym. Saturday's fray is

Archers Slate Squad Petty Officer Lou Chaff (Personnel are invited to visit then." billed for 1900, while Sunday's tilt

the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 is slated for 1300.
Competition SundayThe is the 1957 Naval Air Station golf radoes." Against the Hotsthots Betty
Vest Monroe St. The club is
Jax Navy Freelancersheld champion, after a 2-up victory of from 0900 to 2230 daily) open Monday, Feb. 18 8:00: P. M. Rush[ hit the basket for 25 pointsto

an intrasquad broadhead Chief Bob Taylor in a 36-hole "Record hop." lead all scorers with Virginia
shoot last Sunday on the NATT Thursday, Feb. 14 8 P. M. I I Tuesday, Feb. 19 8:00: P. :M. Hudson netting nine. Standout!

Center range. Copping honors in playoff. Surprise Programs. Ping pong and table games. at guard were Margie Spangler,

the Broadhead round were La- It marks the second station Friday, Feb. 15 8301130.: : Wednesday, Feb. 20 8:00: P. Mary Leatherwood and Sue Mc-

mar Williamson, Roy Hedberg, crown for Chaff, who previouslywon Valentine Party; orchestra; refreshments M. Games and informal fellow Clain.

Bill Bridgman, and William the 1955: toga.R. ; informal dress. ship. --.. .-- .
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Henry.The Jax Navy archers will flight. B.honors Stamatis by beating captured Dan first Et- Saturday, Feb. 16 8:00 P. M. Watch for e talent special night t Marines Clash

hold another intrasquad shoot Special get together program.
program. Entrants inquire at t
tinger, 3 and 2. Second flight
this Sunday and the meet, which honors went to A. D. Kenfield Sunday, Feb. 17 10:00: A. M. USO Office. With Mayport

will be held on the NATTCenterrange who triumphed over Red West- free coffee hour; 10:45: A. M.' Goo Club open daily 9:00: A. M

will again feature a church of choice :5:30: P. to 11:00: P. M.
.... moreland, one-up. R. T. Cha'tellier ; your ; Tonight At 8
Broadhead round. disposed of L. J. Polansky, 3 and M. Vesper and refreshments by This club operated by the Sal-

*.._- 1, for third :flight honors. Riverside Presbyterian Church; vation Army Armed Service The NATTCenter Marine bas-

... 8 P. M. Free movie "Despe- Department.
VP-18, ComFair Share -- --- keteers, hoping to rebound from

their 70-63 setback suffered at
Ten Pin LeadershipThe Four Share Blind the hands of Moody AFB last

three formerly unbeaten Bogey Honors r Saturday, take on the Mayport

clubs in the Mainside intramural The Blind Bogey match held Navy quintet here at King Hall

bowling league have now tasted last weekend at the Station i tonight at 2000.

defeat. ComFairJax and VP-18 course ended in a four way tie Playing Moody at Valdosta,

share top laurels each with iden- between Comdr. R. II. Smith: w Ga., the Marines bowed, despitethe

tical 11-1 records. Bowling stand- Francis Gill, R. D. Lariviers, and 18-point scoring of Dean
ings as of 2-8-57: Mike Benak. Hatcher and the 15-point con
Won Lost tribution of Tom Salvino. Jerry
ComFalrJax 11 1 The winning score was 77.
1 ; Jackson scored 28 for the Moody
Operations 10 2 Y?
cagers.
Special VAIt3 1 Services.. 19: 2 3 Playing at home last Friday
I2 4 PIPS
AI L
Fasron 109 5 3 night the Marines downed the

'AW.l1 Hospital 10 or 5 6 Miami Marine five, 72-57. Tom
aa., 6 s Salvino was high man for the
t VF 1 7 73 19 6 Y A 1 -II
Oa&it s.n 1 8 i evening with 19 points.

VFI'-62 Clickers Offlreu 6; 4 6 The Marines kept their unde
Marine GuardlanJ 7 feated City League skein intact
VW-4 11 6 10
VAII-3 41 4 8 last week when they defeatedthe
Marine Brigade 4 12
Communications 4 12 Langley Oldsmobile quintet,
MARTD 2 6 9 74-60. John Cirino tallied 13

VFY-62 Splitters 1 10 .V points, and Tom Salvino 17 in
Faaron 6A 11
VA-4. 0 0 the winning effort.
--SS This Friday night? the NATTC

five engages the Green Cove
WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday
Bullets, aril then meet them

Cloudy, occasional again here on Wednesday.

showers and cooL EX-COLLEGIANS Strongly abetting the NATTCenter --.>
Marine basketball team are these four ex-college basketeen from Elvis Presley: "When I sing I
Saturday Partly cloudy and MM AGO School. The four Ensigns are front row, (left to right) John get tears in my eyes. What can 1
cool. Cirino, VillanoTa; Bill Flanders Stanford. Standing: Tom Salvino, do to stop that?"
*HOW DID IT GO WITH THE Loyola University; and Ernie Stewart. University of Tulsa. The
Sunday Partly cloudy, ?- Agent: "Try stuffing cotton la
PROMOTION MfcRD DEM Ensirns hare a record of 21 straight victories Intramural com "
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Companies i Ensigns Hold Sway With

Even In

Break Initial SmokerUnder 21st Straight VictoryIt's

i M'' still the Ensigns from Aviation Ground Officers School U

the auspices of Capt. the NATTCcntcr intramural basketball league as they won their

Tom Mooney and the AvFund-P 21st straight game last week in King Hall against Aviation Fundamentals -

School International Boxing 66.59.Slithering .

'Commission, AvFund companies ,, .' and sliding on the in scoring with 15 points, while
01 and 02 staged the first Marine newly rcmovated floor of King Ernie Stewart and Jim Taylor

smoker of the year last Thursday Hall, the Ensigns rolled up a gained 10 apiece for the winners.

night at NATTCenter's King t. 34.17 lead at halftime, but the Outstanding with Riley for the

IlalL Preps' Ernie Riley, playing his Preps were Pat Jones with 14
Highlighting the night's action last game here, cut loose in the points and Perry Boone with 10.
onciround knockout second half to tally 18 points and
was a quick .. Special Services announcedthat
keep his team snapping at the
in which Jim Gillisof
performance next week's games in Rosen-
heels of the winners.Ed .
Company 02 stopped Jim dahl Gym are as follows: Mon-
Skaalerup. Company 02, managedby Condren rugged rangy center day-AGO vs. SS, 1630; AvFundvs.
T/Sgt. Otto Schense, had to of the Ensigns, led his team AE, 1830; AO vs. MAD, 2000;

take the last three out of four Tuesday, AE.s.. MAD, 1630;
bouts to gain a tie with T/Sgt. 25 Turn Out NavAirWeaps vs. SS, 2000.

Sam Griffin's 01. Wednesday-Avfund vs. SS,

Victors in both camps included M.F For Track 1630; NavAirWeaps vs. AK, 1830;
Paul Aragon ((01)), Del Sowders ,}< AO vs. AGO, 2000; ThursdaySS -

((01)), Marty Nolte (02)), Jack With 25 men turning out for vs. AK, 1630; MAD vs. Av.
Francis (01), Joe Murphy ((02), the Jax Navy track team, CoachAl Fund, 1830; and NavAir Weaps
Blackjack" Sweeney ((02)), Jim Sabo is seeking talent from vs AO, 2000.

Gillis ((02)), and "Cannon Katocs" other activities on the Station,
((01)). I particularly NAS and Hospital
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Serving as ring announcer, TIP OFF Aviation Ground Officers School chalked up Its personnel.
Captain Mooney introduced the 21st straight victory NATTCenter intramural basketball league Candidates for the current
numerous celebrities who were competition with a 66-59 win over arch rival Aviation Fundamentals edition of the Jax team are
the house. Preps. Players on the tip off play are Larry Gallion (8), working out daily at 1630 at the
in
AGO; Bill Flanagan (13), AGO; Ernie Riley (11)), AvFund' ; John NATTCenter track.
Cirino (24)), AGO; with Woodie Wood, AvFund and Eddie Condren
(right), AGO, jumping: in front of referee George Wall. The team sports men in virtu- a" 4
Tennismen ally every event: ..tji
Open 100-yard dash, William Angel,
Mittmen Have Six In Open Donald Himcs, John Tumpeyand

Season March 16With A. V. McNull; 220-yard dash,

Wes Edwards, Jack Egan, Clifford x
13 candidates turning out, Finals Of Golden GlovesWith Kahl, Floyd Rance, Tumpeyand
the Jax Navy tennis team has McNull; 440-yard run, Benny 1 tt3
lined up a 13-match schedule beginning Andrews, Warren Eaton, Egan -
March 16 here againstthe representatives in six of the eight weight divisionsin Donald Franklin and Tumpey.

University of Florida, according the open class finals, the Jax Navy boxing team made its 880-yard run, Thomas Demdo-

to Coach Hunter Bell. bid for the Golden Gloves championship trophy last night. ski, Eaton, Larry Haller, Von

Players now with the squad, Bob Walters (VFP-62)), Rich- I 1 Rosendale and Don Isherwood;
'
from which the doubles and sin- ard Hansen (VAH-3)), Reynaldo on the canvas in the third round; Mile run, Demoski, O. W. Moore, / .

gles teams will be selected, include Graza (AK-A), Marciano Malan- Webb twice. Curt Wonicker and Rosendale:
: 20 (O&R), Ray Sharabba (VA- Richard Hansen moved to the Relays, McNull and Kahl; High

175), Jim Humphrey (SS), and heavyweight finals by virtue ofa jump, Andrews, R. E. Barnard
Jim Brown VP-18; Roger McDonald Lawrence Howard (VF-43)), all and Donald Vollmer; and High
first round knockout victoryover
VFP-62; Jack Hennessey, moved into final berths in the hurdles, Arthur Alderson. :
VFP-62; Hank* North, VFP-62; Open class with Jax Navy assured Walt Worthington of Mac Discus, Alderson, Andrews, j jFLIERS'
Larry Heisel, Fasron Six; Bill at least one championshipwhen Dill AFB, while Malanzo Norbert Gutirrez, Daniel Murrayand ,

Lyons, NATTCenter Special Humphrey and Graze' chalked up another Jax kayo Wonicker; Shot put, Won- ..

Services."Windy". squared off in the 126-pound. when he downed Joe Murchison icker, Murray and and Gutirrez; STALWART A

Knoal, VP-18, Chuck class. of the Wilder A. C. in the 135-i and Javelin, Vollmer and J. P. standout opened, Jim since Good the is season the Jax

Tisi!, VAH-3; Don Vollmer, AGO WALTERS REACHED the 147- pound class. Bowers.CenlerAthicles. Navy Filers leading scorer A
School; Jerry Ponties, AGO pound finals by decisioning native of Chester III., he per-
RAY SIIARABDA and Lawrence formed for Southern Illinois
School; Joe Davis, NATTCenter; James Smith of West Palm
Howard were two more University before entering the
Vic Malik, AO-O School. Beach A.F.B. and Bobby Webbof service.
Jax boxers who advanced to the
Coach Bell, in addition to South Georgia College. The finals on the wings of knockout

coach, is also a- playing memberof Webb encounter was a hard- victories. Sharabba stopped Ron- To Sport New, Fliers To Host
the squad. fought affair that saw both men nie Roberts of the Recreation

Department in the second roundof Colorful TogsNew
their 118-pound contest, and Pensy FridayJax
the 170-pound Howard sent his rainbow-hucd uniforms
man to the canvas for the countin will be the vogue for NATTCen- Navy's hardwood Fliersare
the second round. ter athletes beginning with this at home this weekend, facing
season's basketball teams. Charleston AFB tonight at Main-
Ron Pearson (Fasron 109)) advanced
i Brand new sports outfits for side Gym and Friday night host
as far as the semifinalsbut I arch rival Pensacola Navy. Both
football, Softball, basketball, bad.
was stopped in his bid for a start at 2015.
minton and volleyball, the Cen games
berth in the finals Howard
by
ter's team sports for the coming The Fliers broke a two-game
Thomas of West Palm. Pearson
vear.. are now being made available home losing streak by thumping
-
had previously gained the nod at R dhgy : Building Savannah River Defense, 75-60,
Ltrxac? 3 Afi. John Neil of Fort Stewart.
:
: ; over
593 for team captains, coaches or coming from behind to do it. On
Jax Navy heavyweight Bill managers."NO the short end 38-35 at halftime, ....
Wallick (SS) was eliminated in
longer will NATTCenter the Fliers cut loose with 40
the opening round, as was Larry athletes look like 'Raggedy Anns' points in the second half to 'win.
Whisenan (NAWS). when they play" said Al Sabo
itilft Frank DeMent and Jim Good
Vj GLENN UIIL (AE-A.Joe Dai- Director of Athletics. "All the stole scoring honors for the locals

gle (Fasron 109), and Henry new stuff will make them strictly with 17 and 13 points respectively. -
Pearson (Fasron 109) broughtJax upstage." .

Navy colors into the ring Team colors are as follows: The Fliers were beaten for the
in the finals of the Novice class. Marine Aviation Detachment, second time this season by the
Daigle and Uhl each won twice maroon; Artation Storekeepers, Jacksonville University Dolphinson

Tuesday night to advance to gray; Naval Air Weapons Systems the home court last Thursday,

the 160 and 147-pound' finals. School, orange; Aviation 84-57. The Fliers never could get
Pearson catapaulted to the final Ground Officers, red; Aviation
started and when they fell behind
round when he eliminated John Fundamentals (P) School, gold; 37.23 at halftime the hand-
Melson of Hurlbert Field in a Support Splinters, blue; Aviation writing was on the wall.
heavyweight event. Electricians: black; and Aviation
Jim Liteky was high scorer for
Ordnancemen
Don Bowins (SS) won two .green.. the Dolphins with 24 points. Jim

fights but was eliminated in the Daughter: "Did you ever hear Good was high for the Fliers

147-pound bout by James Laffey anything so wonderful (as the with 22.Results.

of West Palm. radio ground out the latest Elvis of the Bartow AFB

Jesus Valentine (NAS Galley), Presley record.) and Pinecastle AFB frays, played
NIFTY STEAL Ed Cw (1%) .f Jacksonville U University look real Vernon Furlong (AvFund), and Father: "Can't say I have, although Monday and Tuesday on the road
close thought he had this rebound salted Fliers'away' Dean, but Hatchers you fingers Jim McMahan (AvFund) were I once heard a collision were not available. Monday the
Navy
yon can see the lax
right under the ball as Hatcher pilfers the Mal. No. 22 Is John eliminated in their opening bouts between a truckload of milk Fliers travel to Ft. Stewart Ga.
ttnwa of Jax U. The Dolphins whipped the Fliers for the second in the Novice class. cans and a car filled with ducks. and Tuesday trek to Savannah.I. .
time, 84-57, in this fray played here last Thursday.
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TraFacs Unit Is Training -1 &mlllJi)

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Ground For Navy's Teachers For Rent

... 2-Rm. Furn Apt. 2967 Selma St
Various states have teachers' colleges and the Naval Air Technical : : NeiL EV-9-6480.

Training Center Jacksonville is no exception. The instructor. *':',: 3-Rm. Unfurn. Apt. $40 Mo.
training school of Training Facilities at the Center is the training Buchanan. CII-9.5969.

ground for teachers, not only for the Center's schools, but for the ".:t. 3Rms. Furn 852 St. Clair St.

fleet, squadrons and even foreign nations. ,. ,1 Breese.

When the Center was recom- > Country home. Close to NAS.
School Trainees who are attend :,
missioned early in January 1951
ing schools at NATTCenter. 4650 Irvington Ave. EV-5425.
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the need for instructors was of Y. ; Reeder.
Trainees are instructed in the
prime importance. Therefore, the basic fundamentals of supervision 1. 1-Bdrm. Apt Marquette Ave. EL-
first school to graduate a class 6-1931. Akins.
and are given
ample op
was the InstructorTrainingSchool Duplex Apt. Furn. '4518 Mar
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classroom discussion of material
Approximately 7,000 students being presented. The purpose of fJEl 1-Bdrm. Furn. Cot. 6004 Sea-
have been graduated from this the Fundamentals of Testing : : I board Ave. EV-8-0451. Austin.

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instruction. They are: Instructor better understanding of tests Upper Apt. 2132 Riverside. $75:

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Instructional Super- "tf 'or single. 3534 May-
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vision, Fundamentals of Testing, The Naval Leadership Courseis f;," r Z flower. EV- 801. Fuhrer.

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training specialists, and foreign of his men in addition to INSTRUCTOR TRAINING STAFF Instructors and staff of Acosta. Miranda.
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course and has 200 hours of in. screening of all potential instructors instructor; James Duncan, instructor; and Gordon Totten, educa- Timuquana Rd.. EV97329. EV-
struction. It is divided into two and the screening of tional consultant. Fourth row: M/Sfft Richard Tedder, Instructor!; 9-6827.
new instructors reporting for Stanley Rea, school supervisor; Andrew Dow, instructor; and
phases
(1))
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for officers who won promotions Dr. Wheelan.
( from Pare 1) the
(AFPS Weekly Feature) .. during depressionyears Miscellaneous
Corps in 1958. Dial Aheads but did not get an increasein Wanted: Ride from 35th & Main
YOU
For other Naval officer grades Cant Tell the Players NBCTVhas ; T pay, will be resumed this year or 35th & Pearl to NAS Jax.
the promotion picture for 1958 Without a Press Release Per tagged ti with a* bill sponsored by Re Plira. 07301600. EL-6-2229. Ext.

shows captains down from 426 to haps it is a fear of being "type- Mickey Rooney "*t Cecil R. King (D. Calif.) who introduced i 526. Riley.

289; commanders about the same, cast," or a burning desire to to impersonate the measure during the Lost: Pair of glasses and glovesin

increasing by four from 546 to prove their versatility, but comedians the late George last Congress. car on lift to Jax City. Ext.
550; lieutenant commanders M. Cohan in .The bill, known as HR 293, was 8439. Perkins.

down from 1922 to 1641; and want to play dramatic spectacular a pushed hard last year by the Retired Wanted: Drivers in exchange for

lieutenants down from 2662 to roles and vice-versa Casey treatment Officers Association whose trans. Going San Francisco

Stengel could take lessons from of the Broad t ;,; r entire testimony on it was quotedin March 2. Ext8162. Long.

2446.NAVY ENLISTED personnelare Mad. Ave. and H'wood in' chang way'showman's a House committee :report. Under Wanted: Riders from vicinity of

now in the midst of taking ing players around. life in May. the bill, officers promoted at So. Side Estates via Beach
that time who did raise
This could be not get a
Blvd. to 0 &
promotion examinations for all R. Hrs. 0700 to
( Richard Boone, longtimestar will get the difference between
petty officer grades. Present in a casting gem Marge Tenney 1530. RA-5-0374. Ext. 8653.
dications are that by June 30, as a doctor in TVs "Medic," Kate Smith will mark her what they got and what they Fanning. Shop 630.

i 1958, the Navy will have 110 has traded his'scalpel for a six- 25th anniversary as an entertainer should have received for the _. _

more chiefs; 1009 more FOls; shooter and will star in a west with a one-hour show on ABC- higher grade; Talk or

31,572 more P02s; and only 189 ern series "Have Gun, willTraver' TV, April 28 .. Dum de dum TV monthly ratings for CBS-TV

more P03s. There will be 214Q Sophie Tucker dum-"Dragnet" was on the Navy vet Rock Hudson came I (Cont from Page 1)
more men in the E-3 pay grade, waited until her 73rd birthday to verge of stopping, but NBC-TV to H'wood after WWII with a port in Duval County; Lake

but E-2 grade will be cut by 35- do a dramatic role on "CBS talked Jack Webb into producing total acting experience of one City Site, northeast of Lake City,

775 reflecting the upward move- Radio Workshop" Nat "King" 78 more in the famed series- performance as one of the three in Columbia county; Dublin Site,
r ment in ratings. And with the re- Cole swapped his piano for a Talk and $3 million, that is. wise men in a Christmas pageant Wrightsville, Dub Ii n-Cochran

enlistment rate on the increase, French Leglonaire's uniform i in Three Dots "I've Got A at the tender age of eight area, Ga., in Johnson, Laurens,
the 1958 recruiting goal will 20th Century-Fox's "China Gate" Secret" makes no secret of its Marge Tenney is one of the mod and Bleckly Counties; Tifton

probably be considerably less We could go on, but what's success. Not once last year did els which grace home TV screens Site, Tifton area of Ga.. Tift
than this year's 93,000. the use? it fail to land a spot in "top ten" on the "Bob Cummings Show" county.i .