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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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New ID Cards F;' :?" ; ,SE 1 1t I i CNO's VisitMarked


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By June 30, a new "uniform jI I Arleigh A. Burke, .

identification and privileges Chief of Naval Operations,
card" will be issued to the de- paid his first visit to Jacksonville

pendent of every military member _-'i :At r \ \ Navy installationssince
under the terms of a Defense assuming his present

Department. instruction just !Issued position, arriving here by

plane Tuesday at 1930 direct
The Defense order calls for .
ly from Washington, D. C.

cancellation of the existing DD _____________ Rendered full honors on arri
Form 720 and the issue of a new ,, : I Iy
form, DD 1173. : val, the four-star admiral was
greeted by Rear Adm. Delbert S.
TilE ARMED Services have
Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air
until April 5 to issue instructions
Jacksonville; Capt. William S.
putting the Defense order into
:......:>:.. Harris, Commanding Officer
effect
and giving a copy of these .
NAS Jacksonville
'. ; and command.
orders to Defense. : :y'
.. ..
ing officers of other
BuPers has announced that the .: : area com
mands.
new ID card would be made e

available in April. It will be good !i: IMMEDIATELY following tho
for identification, medicare, thea. ceremonies, Adm. Burke was
ter admission and for use at the closeted for about one hour with

exchange and commissary. 1500 officers gathered in King

Should a dependent not be eligible i i. Hall, where matters concerning

for one of the basic priv iRdai6 present and future plans for tho
: .
ileges, the new card will be so Navy were discussed.

marked. Thus the card will (go HONOR GUARD FOR CNO Immediately upon arriving at NAS lax Tuesday morning, Adm. From there he proceeded to
to civilians accompanying or em- Arlelgh-A. Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, inspects the Marine honor nurd. The Navy's top ad- the Officers Club for lunch with
miral was greeted by high-ranking Jax naval officers before his
beginning first visit and tour of
ployed by the military as well}) naval air facilities in the area. lie departed for Miami at 1COO. top ranking command officers,
as to dependents. after which he was escorted on a

THE DEFENSE order says that short tour of the Station by

no other card is to be issued as 62 Re- Ups This All-Navy Talent Trials Adm. Cornwell and Capt. Harris.

either an ID card or a privilegecard On completion of the tour, ho

with two exceptions. Spe- Year At CenterWith made a helicopter inspection of

cial cards may be issued for ad- Scheduled NAAS Mayport and NAS Cecil
ditional identification for admis- 23 re-enlistments and For Mar. 22Navy Field, deplaning at the latter for '

sion to classified areas, activities only four separations to inac- a short visit before returning to

or installations. Also where "un- tive duty for the month of Marine and Coast Guard personnel in the Jacksonvillearea NAS Jacksonville.

usual requirements which cannot I February, NATTCenter ship- will be offered another chance at stardom in the fourth annual 1 A BRIEF PRESS, radio and
be met by the new DD Form All-Navy Talent Contest with the eventual winners appearing on television conference had been
overs for 1957 now total 62.
1173 exist" a special card will be the Ed Sulivan TV Show about April 25. arranged at the Operations

issued. Of the 23 who re-enlisted, 22 To reach the Ed Sullivan Show, Building where representatives
Detachment NAS Cecil Field
The cards will be good only for were career men and one re- performers must first prove NATTCenter; ; of the Jacksonville) and Navy

those privileges positively identified enlisted for the first time. their mettle in a series of prelim- NAAS Sanford Naval NAAS Hospital; news media were on hand to
on the face. Privileges to inary trials. Jax area personnelwill ; Mayport; question the admiral and receive
Naval
The Enlisted Personnel Of- Station Green Cove
which a card-holder is not en- compete on March 22 at 1930 reassurances of the continuing
:
titled will be blocked out on the fice has shipped-over 90 per at Mainside Theatre, Building Springs;Marine NARTU Aviation Jax; U. S.Detachment CoastGuard ; I operation of the Navy in this:

card. cent of the enlisted men whose 612. ; area. While Adm. Burke did not
NATTCenter; Navy Recruiting
active duty was due to be admit immediate
any
possibility
INVITED TO participate in the Navy Fuel
; Depot; and
BC-BS Payments Due terminated
this of the
year. Only removal of Sixth Naval
Jax Navy talent show are per- Industrial Manager, Jax.
Blue Cross-Blue Shield monthly seven separations were listed District Headquarters, now in
sonnel from NAS Jax; Fleet Airs Judges
payments of premiums are comprising Jacksonville Charleston, S. C., to the rapidly
scheduled television, radio and press rep growing Jax '
for the Monday and Navy complex, ho
Tuesday following the second resentatives will select two did indicate that considerable ex-

weekly payday of each month. winning acts on March 22. The pansion was anticipated here.
two acts will compete in the .
Therefore, the collection period "We have to keep going:
Sixth Naval District
for the month of March 1957 will eliminationsabout ahead," he said, "and construc-
April 17.JACKSONVILLE.
be Monday and Tuesday, March tion, new planes, new armament,
11 and 12.EM talent in
previous new techniques all
have toe
---..* years has proved to b keep pace."

among the top in Navy circles.: HE HAD HIGH praise for the
Gets
Lounge Two Jax winners, Emmett Rod i carrier basin and related facilities

Color TV SetA fer, AN, of VFP-62 and Dick at Mayport, and instantly
McMeekin, YN1 of
,
Navy Re- confirmed the need for a third
m
color television set made (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) I
its appearance last week at .

.n the Building Enlisted 593 Men's, at NATTCen Lounge in ;<, Marine Commended For Grabbing

ter.The l I I

. purchase of the set is Purse-Snatcher Breaking Ring
past of a program currently in ,
progress to give the lounge 'a ;
cozier atmosphere. y I Pfc. Richard Wells was given a of Police, Jacksonville, Fla., for
: YS II I I meritorious mast Friday at the meritorious service, Mar. 1,1957..
According to B. G. Morris
.. It NAS Marine Barracks, for out At mast, Wells was cited for
MMCA, of Special,. Services, i standing action on the night of his "personal display of initiative
.
the program will 1il lude re- t Feb. 4, which led to the appre- courage and stamina which resulted
tiling of the deck Installation '
,
., hension of a ring of "purse. in the apprehension of a
$* ( i
of reading lamps, and the incorporation "
of the snack bar ___. _____S.- 'ty i I snatchers. purse snatcher in downtown
T '
""'''' 'I(:'' I. Wells was awarded a wrist Jacksonville who might havo

as part of the lounge. MARINE CITED BY POLICE, CORPS Capt. Robert J. Keller watch by the Jacksonville Police otherwise escaped apprehension.
Lounge operating hours are: (right) and Pfe. Richard Wells are reading the Inscription!' on at ceremonies Friday morning at "His actions reflect distinct
1600.to 2100 on weekdays, and Wells' watch following a meritorious mast held Friday at the
City Hall. The
NAS inscription on the credit upon himself, this com
Marine Barracks.
Wells
>
1300 to 2100 and was presented the watch by the '
on Saturdays Jacksonville Police at ceremonies held earlier at City Hall, for his watch reads, "Presented to Rich mand and the entire Marino :
Sundays. apprehension- a Np r e.-SI1ather." ard Wells! by: the Fraternal Order Corps the citation reads.


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J11.JIt Scouting Jax Area Squadrons; I I IVA.lot


'. Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Alt
Florida
Station Jacksonville. -
NAS, Jaeksoavllle r. I
Capt. William S. Harrtf Commanding Officer Ltjg) "Buzz" Pickren, Ltjg) wicks, ATC, who has
Comdr. Kobeit II. Smith -....... Executive OUicut1f'e& With the splendid cooperationof been with
Air Joe Robbins Jr. and. Ensign the
"wkl.maRtar squadron for about
Fasron 109 the "Hell's Arch- a
year
Adm. Dclbrrt S. Cornwell Commander a*
Walter hems aviation
Cap\ S. S. !:)care)'. Jr. __ Chill ot Start ers" of Attack Squadron 104 are electronic technical u.

'apt Sidney S. Lawrence ..Fleet. .........Air........N.....hi.......Eleveat ................................. .. CommanderComdr getting settled down In their A total of 23 enlisted person- pervisor. Chief Gelwicks will) be
T. S. White Naval Air Techairal Training eater._ Chief State Officer new home at Hangar 123. nel reported aboard from various training at "B" school ,In Mem.

Cnpt. Charles I. Moore Jr. Commanding Officer After Comdr. George Ford was duty stations. They are: Einar phis, Tenn.
Comdr. Wilfred Eo Fleshman __.M'M 'xccutln Officer Hanson PRC James AN
1'\anlUNI&.a.I relieved as commanding officer ; Posey, ; Edgar Swann, ADI, from .
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer Vincent AKAN David Atlantic
Barry, ;
Capt.. Marcy ShUlP Executive Officer by Lcdr. "Scott" Cummins on City, N. J., has been
NAUTU Feb. 18, all hands dug in to un- McMullen, ADAN; John Wright, transferred to NAS Patuxent
C'.pt. Norman O. Andersol\ Commanding Officer
becuU, Officer and set for AD3; Vincent Troiano, AN; Donald River Md.
William Eo Hardy e pack up shop opera- Ralph Cameron, A03,

The JAX AIR NEWS If published at the U. S. Naval Air Station tions. Ochoa, AN; John Baxley, has been reassigned to NAS Jax
(' *o I1I Florida' and printed commercially with non appropriated fund Amidst the unpacking, time AB3; Emerson Snyder, AM3;
Mt no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-33. Ilev. Alan Brooking, AN
Lunde Luis
AN from
Garcia
,
Nov. 1945.! Oriplet are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station theNa.1 was taken out for a hurried Gary ; ,
Air Tl''hnlcal1'ralnlng Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the "Welcome Aboard" to many new AN; Vaughn Tennant, AN; Dar- Oklahoma City, Okla., will be On
U. S. Naval IKwplULService
Information ntni 'r,___.Lt. Dave Bewley "Hell's Archers; both officers rell Becker, AK3; Willie Walker, his way home soon after getting
Managing Editor Andrew H. I'laney his discharge-
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Kay Sutton: Jack and enlisted In addition to Lcdr. AN; Charles Weaver, AA; Arthur Brooking plans to
Fletcher Holmes Till; Lynn Weldmen JO3; John Ubell, SA; Ben Slar, SA; Phyllis Robert Coleman, the new Operations Upshaw, AA; Freddie Wells, AA; return to Oklahoma City Univer

The JAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armed Forces" Press Service Officer pilots reporting Guin Mulkey, ADI; Stanley Kas- : sity.
AFPS material appealing In this publication may not be reprinted without ,
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Ser\lce. Republication of other aboard so far include: Ltjg) per, SN; William Hines, AK1; I Along the outside activity line

matter Editor. :JAX except RbE'Slre\ : publications Is prohibited without permission ot Herbert Ahrens Jr., Ltjg( ) Dan James Edwards, AA; and Harold, Dick Schwartz, YN3, received

R.1I6. Editorial:216 and 8164.offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension Culhane, Ltjg) Billy Grider, Hale, AEAN. I some encouraging news from the

The "Hell's Archers" fly the Army Times Publishing Co

l' AD-6 Skyraider which, while not I Schwartz entered several of hl>

new to Jacksonville, is distinguishable photographs in the Army Times

from other AD's in the I annual world-wide photo con

..t area because of the Battle Ef test. His pictures have bun

ficiency "E" decal displayed on selected to be viewed in the final)

the aircraft. judging.
All Saints' Chapel .
.
Sunday, March 10 Dave Bruce, SN, a native t.f f
VA-45
New Rochelle, N. Y., came in
0930 Sunday School, three- WITH
THE
RETURN of 15 pi-
second in the Golf Match Satur-
year-olds through adults: Service \ lots from a three-week "ED"
day at Gainesville between Jax
' 'of Divine Worship, Chaplain school
at Norfolk,. Va., the Navy and U. of Florida. Bruce
Osman. "Blackbirds" are once again in'ull
was medalist in the Journal
' 1100 Service of Divine Wor- operation.
American Junior Golf Tournament
ship, Chaplain Stephenson. VA-45 recently welcomed ; number two man on the

1900 The United Fellowship aboard two new officers, Ensign North Carolina State team; and
of Protestants. Bob Orr and Ensign Dave Hutch
came in seventh out of 90 player

Monday, March 11 ins, both of whom received their in 6 ND play last year.

1930 Singspiration, Chap- wings at NAAS Cabniss Field t

lain's office, NATTCenter. Texas. Others recently reportingaboard
include VP-5

Tuesday, March 12 ADC; Clinton George Byford SpencerIII AD2; Bones Corlew, AMI, plane cap
2000 Bible Study Group,
tain from the world renowned
Desmond Eaton SK3
; Robert
All Saints' Chapel. Crew 6, officially relieved Ltjtf( )
Legere, AT3; Antonio Pena, TN;;

Thursday, March H nine- _______ _.__na_avid n..m. '.__.Vi 1'"..... .._ .... William Lombardi, AN; James Gene Scheiter as president of the
1515 Youth Choir, Cumbie squadron Bird Watchers Societyin
AA; Willis East AN
;;
year-olds and over, Small Chap HONOR LNSIGN Ensign
informal
Donald an ceremony conducted
Richard K. Prien (renter), is Walker, AA; Carmine
el. Ensigns Prien being congratulated by Capt. Cantelmo, AA; Richard Sulz, alongside MC-6 last week

1915 All Saints' Chapel William S. Hurls (left), NAS AA; John Siuniak, AA; Nick The new president respectfully

Choir rehearsal.St. Smith Honored about commanding to receive officer his,honor as he certificate is- Scarpelli, AA; Michael Rehor, request that all members direct

Edward's Chapel from Capt. C. L. Moore, AA; and Willie Barfield, AN. their efforts towards a more comprehensive

Schedule of Masses NATTCfntcr commanding off l- The squadron is beginning to watch on the present

Sunday, March 10 As AGO GradsEnsign cer.class Ensign of 125 officers Prien,, was first gradu-in a receive grey AD's from Overhauland 1 flock of sea gulls now frequenting -

Repair at NAS the wall.
sea
Quonset
OC30 U. S. Naval Hospital. Richard K. Prien was aWd in the Gth Aviation
Ground Officer's School Point R. I., to replace their old The new president furthci I
graduation
0800, 0900, 1000 =: St. Edward'sChapel. the honor student of the class,
I exercises held last week. blue ones. The replacement of stated that a reliable source had
and Ensign Milton K. Smith received -1
all aircraft in the squadron of the
Jacksonville recently reported some
Confessions the recognition award commanding officer
: I ,
should be completed by the end of
when the birds in possession an extremely
the gave graduation
Aviation Ground Of- address on
1830 to 2000 Saturday and of March. scheme and
ficers' "Leadership in rare color
School the
of
NATTCenter Nuclear Era.
of Ed I t
Eves First Fridays, St. t t
along
its He was introduced any further information
ward's graduated 26th class last Fd-1 by NATT
# Chapel. Center commanding officer Capt. VA44'A4I's these lines would be deeply ap

Baptisms: day.The Charles L. Moore Jr. Y personnel office was preciated.The .
Sundays after 1000 Mass. graduation exercises were kept busy this week with trans squadron welcomes aboard
opened by Lcdr. Clarence E. Capt. Moore made the
presentation fers and
I discharges. Those welcomed the following enlisted personnel
Rich, assistant training officer of of graduation certificatesto
aboard include Oscar John W. Rosa ADC EdwinG.
: ;
,
the AGO School. Comdr. Marvin : the 119 ensigns and
To Retire six Bivans, AD1 and A
14,000 Eugene Bock Hurlburt, AD1; Charles
Brazilian
O. Stephenson, senior chaplain at naval officers participating ert, AMC. Rowe, AE1 and John F. Scnk.: .
NATTCenter delivered the in- in the exercises and this ;
,
Leaving VA-44 is
Benefits W. O. Gel- ATAN.CROSSWORD .
Reap vocation. was followed by the benedic

Capt. William S. Harris, NAS I tion by Chaplain Stephenson.The PUZZLE
During Fiscal 57 II I 27th class will convene on ACROSS
March 11, with 257 ensigns due I j e 9 'OJ

I The President's budget estimates TV Appearances : to report. <1-l1oat'-(."on fusion' '2 :J"

that some 14,000 service i Il-Hrotectlv

personnel will retire during fis By Employee FederationTo II-device Lurofxanlioplars ''ot V r// IS, I., .7 _
Military
cal 1958, thus bringing the total :Meet\ March\ 12 H-UurmeM '1 t"1/ 111 1/
all-service number who draw demon V./ //
re Need ODD There will be a regular meeting li Liquid ttreasure ZI t, V.1.. / IS 1"
tired or retainer pay to a grandtotal Okay of the American Federationof l7-M 'I'/J i.--
rth 27
of 212,015.In 1M 71r !o
Government Employees, LodgeNo. ISThreeIcedsloth I....
addition survivors drawing Talented servicemen and women 696, which is to be held in II--'It to I* eaten 3, ''Zv ;. n
benefits under the Contingency who dream of getting a spoton the :i-Artificial // 1/ _
Lodge Room
,
220 E Monroe n yy
+
it"
18111Ualt i5 50 H
Options Act will rise to about TV variety shows, are warned Street, at 2000 on Tuesday Mar ::-I'C)ptiaragnd 2 _

1352 in '58, compared to 990 in that the dream better not come 12, 1957. :4-Urrore eaa I N, ra 'I vs // ..s

'57. The 1352 drawing such benefits true unless they have either the Members ::;-hI1If'lt fJ 'I'/-. _
are urged to attend. V/'S Mb / M1
will split an estimated $2,- approval of the Secretary of De ?SJ S-whiripoola Jumped' .; V"; / _

322OOO-an average of $1710, fense, if the spot is on a national 1 ducting themselves so as to re- 3t-Cut sp s, _

representing a boost of $300 a hookup or the approval of the fleet credit upon themselves and :1J U-Dy: -SaturatedJ 'way 61 u ca a u ..r'.+.

year based on the '57 average. Secretary heading their serviceif the military profession." I +:=Hurt4 l..r -
+ s.
The latter is $100 more than that it's a local or regional show Even professional actors assuming .**-l-nd fir the' I..h SIf I I

of 1956. spot they seek. on television the part of .:-rrre (lnlt.I"t" .) ______

Only temporary disability re The new politY is qualified, service personnel are subjected I U-"- tAd"I.'nlt.h article :-nh.t istard "1t. pnfu. SC-KliM of beer
tirements are expected to drop. however, by order regulating this to regulations protecting the 'i-I'Jml n1t twist :.--ltAnh.h Cartu.an:; I""t tr.-Sl1I .f ,.r.l.)
Straight retirements will be up authority to "appropriate" offs dignity of the uniform. Actors 1-1'-1.I-\\"ltt: 'h..rll'A"' III'i1l1 -Mint......ttllrt-d t..t fur 1I-(1-e'h'"rr; P t..., 2T-St'f'urf'ion' 11".1

9500 permanent disability retire cers at various command level. portraying midshipmen in the a-T'"dal "A-isiscoverles, 28-Think*
1: -( !:3-I'+etiC meter 41-.Minns
ments up 3000. Fleet Reserve' About the only ones excepted weekly "Men of Annapolis" have L4L-Tsitiea- ",. '-No"arti.t, /pl,) rhkrf.le
) ( .
'
I edam !8-t
rolls will increase by about 2000. from the order are those whotake been ordered to salute 'lirhl..f""I. : % 'limt.lnl plant ':>Want
'' superiors :'.l-iiv In Fiance '-Ka'lry **V R-'ma\t!! \ **""' itZpZtal JiTiM?
To pay for all these retirements part in audience participation refrain from smoking cigarettes: 1 -Ltk'i'nl1 at at-\'MflArw-r:III-Hall: :' +

including contingencybenefits shows. But even these are on campus and otherwise behave' DOWN 4 ) II-"iuiii ,i Pnrngraph-, J al-ORalarintf rs-: JJuii r
the budget asks for $555 cautioned by Defense that they as midshipmen during the peel -One..hor. | I* sT-aiiirii>I"'" i4-1'hor fie. trod"Man S-nMr Ameflrancarrlnct
million in new authority.. would be "responsible for con- ods they wear the Navy uniform ::lmirlHonment
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I Florida Has Its Bugs; You Can Combat I .t 1 '": ""',.,:,';'' \


Them With Know-How. Insecticides Qr

I
(This is the first in a series of roach. Under one inch long, it is surfaces where ants will crawl \

weekly columns on Household one of the hardest to control. such as baseboards, table legs, j;
Insects and Their Control in So what do you do? floors and around sinks. .
<
northern Florida) All roaches except the German CLOTIIES moths and plaster ,
What to do about bugs- roach can be controlled by 10 bag-worms cause damage only in w 'j

especially the chummy little percent DDT dusting powder, or the larvae state. The first feed :; ;
.
roach which has annoyed man 5 percent solution of DDT in on all kinds of dry materials of Sw

since he first moved into a deodorized kerosene. A five per animal origin, such as wool, fur
cave and pulled a, protective cent chlordane dust is effective and feathers. The latter spottedby
boulder across the entrance against all species. Or a two per- the flat gray seed-shaped
is the housewives perennial cent chlordane solution may be cases they construct and pull a

problem.As used. around with them wherever

everyone knows, insects DUST MAY BE applied by they go, attacks woolens but are
means of a rubber bulb with a mostly destructive to where
destroy food materials; they eat rugs ;
holes in clothing blankets and metal perforated rose similar to furniture comes in contact with .
that used to sprinkle clothes. A
the .
rugs; they damage books and papers rug. '
; they attack wood. In fact, force or pump oiler is good for Ten percent DDT dust or a 5 S \ .
application of the solutions *
they even attack man himself.A percent oil spray will free a .,.
LONG TIME ago man especially in places which can- home of moths, with the former f; ;
sought to rid himself of the pests not be reached with a spray. A recommended. A 2 percent _. ._ >v....:. ..

by invocations, charms and mystic stream of liquid can be forced chlordane oil spray is equally ef UNIQUE EMBLEM Explaining a portion of Attack Squadron -
rites. When the insects remained A ... fective. Closets should be sprayed 45's "Blackbird" emblem Is Joseph McGlynn Listening ADC (right), an"oldtlmer"
with the famed Blackbird squadron. with Interest -
unimpressed he tried twice a year, after all clothes are is Lt (Jg) Dale Fraser, one of the newer Blackbirds. The
chemicals. Pyrethrum, and com- removed and the closet cleaned. giant hand-farvrd squadron's "Coat-of-Arms" is believed to br
pounds of arsenic, fluorine and Clothing should be thoroughly the only such insignia of Its kind to be found among the naval

mercury were used with not too brushed, particularly under collars aviation squadrons.
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good results. Some people even lapels and trouser cuffs, and
relied on a giant spider to get woolens hung on the line in the 'Cocky' Blackbird With Green Derby

rid of roaches, although just as noonday sun.

many objected to the spiders. At least one-half pint of in- Gives VA-45 Unique CoatOfArmsMembers
Only since the advent of the secticide should be used in the
new organic insecticides has mana average closet with the door left of the NAS Jackson --
really satisfactory ville-based "Blackbird" Attack commissioned in 1951. "Plank
weapon open to hasten drying. Drawers
household and Squadron 45 proudly claim to owners" felt that the drawing
against pests, even and chests used for clothes
so an occasional roach, ant or storage also should be sprayed. possess one of naval aviation'smost submitted by a Charles G. Mitchell

silverfish slips into the home. Oil sprays are combustible, so unique coat of arms. PN3, best typified their
Of all such pests, the com care should be taken. Picture a perky blackbird idNof the capability of a mod-

monest and most loathed is the WOOLENS should be put away poised with boxing gloves with a ern carrier attack squadron to
cockroach. Before adapting them. clean and dusted lightly on both ready and aggressive gleam in accomplish the Navy's various

selves to buildings they livedin sides with 10 percent DDT. The his eye. Add spats and a bright missions.
the woods and can still survive dust should be shaken off before green derby for sartorial! splendor The "ready for action" appear
outdoors the year around using the clothes or blankets. then rule out this "gay hnce of the perky little bird inspired
which makes it tough for the I (Drawing courtesy (Jlemson; I Rugs should be treated the blade" interpretation with a big, Lt. D. V. Siegel, VA-45's/

Florida housekeeper. Moreover, Agricultural College.) same way with DDT dust applied lighted cigar, angle-gripped in flight surgeon, to perpetuate it
they hide out by day end carryon down behind baseboards, back of to the pad under the rug. beak to show a definite air of in wood. Purchasing the neces- ,
their busy lives after dark.A the stove and refrigerator, It is pulled up into the rug when pugnacity. Throw in the words sary materials while on a brief
FLORIDA resident soon around the sink and other favor- vacuumed. "4 and 20" to represent the num- visit to France, Lt. Siegel labored

ceases to wonder where or how ite cockroach hideouts.It Stored books and papers can ber of pilots normally assigned to almost a month before completing -
infestations of roaches start. A should be remembered also be preserved from damage by an attack squadron some six years the insi ne which he then

household can be immaculateand that the female roach will deposit silverfish or booklice by dusting ago, and place all against a back donated to the squadron.The .

yet the creatures appear., anywhere from 16 to 40 them with 10 percent DDT, or drop of green. This gives a com- "Blackbirds" received official
They come in assorted sizes. eggs behind pictures or base- either a 5 percent DDT or 2 per- posite picture of the emblem so approval for use of their unusual
Some fly, some do not. All are boards, in desk drawers, under cent chlordane solution in a non- proudly worn by squadron per- emblem in April, 1951. VA-
obnoxious.One sinks or around water pipes. staining kerosene. sonnel. 45 recently returned from a two-

of the largest, measuring Ants should be controlled by Residual sprays are effective Scores of ideas were submittedin months' tour aboard the U S S
between Hi and Itt inches, is means of a 5 percent chlordane for two or three months. the search for an acceptable Saratoga during the ship's shakedown
the American flying roach. The :. dust in the yard and around the (Next week control of termites emblem when the squadron was cruise in the Caribbean.
smallest, commonly called a house or by 2 percent chlordaneand and chinch bugs will be dis- .

"water bug," is the German I kerosene solution sprayed on cussed.) Electrician School FDA
Branch 126
Honors To :Fleming

Adm. Akers, Staff Benjamin Lee Fleming, AEAN, Slates Big Talent
r'1 of Ponca City, Ok la", was the

To End NATTC honor graduating student class in at last Aviation week's Show March 29


NQT Inspection FridayRear Training Electrician's at the Center.Naval Mate Air School Technical ClassA Branch Fleet 126 Reserve and Ladies Association Auxiliaryare


The CPO Club is fielding a Adm. Frank Akers, Chiefof Fleming, who joined the Navyin coordinating plans for thug ;
of Chiefs Naval Air Technical Training, kt big Benefit Talent Show to beheld
team, to be composed May, 1956 has been assigned to
in will join members of his staff at March 29 at the Jacksonville
and M/Sergeants, to compete NAAS Fallon, Ncv.
the intramural softball league. Naval Air Technical Training Baseball Park. !
Center Jax on Friday to concludethe The two hour benefit show will
Chief Tex Goodson, the coach, All
Saints To Honor
has set initial try-outs for 1600 annual week-long Adminis highlight several nationally .

Monday at the NAS diamond, trative-Material inspection. Girl Scowls Sunday prominent stage and TV per-
from the CPO Club. sonalties as well as selected
across Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr.,
Girl Scout Sunday will be observed Jacksonville talent. Proceeds will
Club is commanding officer of the Cen-
The now featuring
i in All Saints' Chapel this be turned over to the Duval
Pizza Pies at 65 cents and 75 ter, will greet the Admiral upon
t Sunday morning at the 0930 serv Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy.A .
cents and "take-out" orders are his arrival.
'--- big feature of the show will
available. Tuesdays through Fridays TilE ITINERARY for Friday ice.The
TO INSPECT NATTC-Rear Brownie and Girl Scouts of be the presentation of awards to
from 1100 until 1300 theClub's
include
will and bar.
a personnel Adm. Frank Akers Chief of the NAS troops will participate in winners of the Navy Log model
special luncheon is fea- racks inspection of the 4,000 Naval Air Technical Training;
the morning processional, taking ship building contest. Entrants,
tured at 45 cents. Navy and Marine NATT- will inspect and review the
Corps
their places at the front of the from six to 60, build their own
The Annual St. Patrick's dance Center personnel by Admiral' personnel of NATTCenter on
the occasion of the annual Ad- ChapeL Chaplain Robert Osman ship from a standard kit, witha
will be held in the CPO Club Akers and Capt. G. R. Luker, his ministration-Material will host of
inspection pay special recognition .to prizes going to various
ballroom Saturday, March 16. No chief-of-staff. them and their leaders. winners.

reservations are required for the IMMEDIATELY preceding the Special music will be given by Information on the benefit
dance. inspection and regimental re- view, which is scheduled for the Chapel Junior Choir, com- show and ship-building contestcan
Patrons visiting the Club are 1300, Admiral Akers will make posed of 45 children over nine be obtained from any of tho

invfttjtoto view the rapidly pro- Largest AGO Glass ten Good Conduct Medal presen- years of age. They will sing following Branch 126 and Auxiliary .
grcsang work on the cocktail tations. "
Thee, Holy Father, We Adore. members:
lounge on the first floor. It is Convenes FridayTwo Barracks inspection by the Admiral Chaplain Osman will continuehis Chief C. A. Blansit, Mrs. Jean
anticipated that the lounge will and his staff will follow series of sermons on "Christi Murphy, coordinating commit.
be completed in *brM days. hundred fifty-six Ensigns 15 minutes after the regimental anity and Symbols. His sermon I tee; T/Sgt R. N. Boyd, Mrs. Sue
Anyone in pay giaawE-7 Interested reported aboard the Naval Air review. Inspecting parties will topic this week will be "HIS," Van Beck, tickets; Chief W. T.

in becoming a memberof Technical Training Center this be headed by Capt. G. R. Luker, using the three letters found on Bowen, Mrs. Chris Bell, pub- _
the Mar-Nay Easy-7 Toastmasters week to undergo the eightweekcourse Lt. Col. D. A. Bangert, Comdr.M. the central cross in the ChapeL .licity; Chief N. H. Wilson, MM.
Club, which meets each of instruction at the Avia- W. Robinson, Comdr. R. L I This series of seven sermons Rose Zellman, entertainment;
Thursday for lunch or dinner, is tion Ground Officers School Wadsworth, Comdr. E. If onset, leading up to Easter will presentthe Chief L. W. Undsey, Mrs. Mary -
invited to contact M/Sgt Daviesat The class: largest in the history Comdr. N. R. Lincoln, Comdr. W. meanings of the many sym Nir Judging and Chief J. A,
Ext. 1399 for further informa of the school!, will convene tomorrow B. O'Neil Comdr. II. L. :Turner, I bols of Christendom found in the Murphy, Mrs. LoU Murphy, .
tion. and Comdr. R. L. Straub. Chap l, youth program.

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! ", ABC's Of Self-Presenvation] .
x:

! : Absorbed In Special- CourseTucked !

,
away in the maze s' ,
t of the Navy's vast training gee against which most people R

program facilities at the feel there is no defense, is intensively z

Naval Air Technical Training studied on the precept that
Center is a school dealing fears are usually formed through 'S S
with subjects of vital importance ignorance. Power and limitationsof

) to those concerned radiation, heat, and blastallof
I with the nation's defense.The which would have to be coped ?.+
only one of its kind in this with in the event of an atomic
area, the Atomic, Biological, and attack-are also learned by the '
Chemical 1 Warfare Defense students with survival {
along aNNN ....
School, or "ABC School" as it is first aid and recovery methods.
more commonly known, offers
TilE ABC SCHOOL comes under
a 40-hour course.EIGHTEEN the direction of Lt. Lloyd $' c
hours are devotedto Peterson, NATTCenter Passive MMF
atomic warfare, eight hours to iii
Defense Officer, and is staffed by
chemical warfare, and seven
Michael Bertolani, AOC, and C.
hours to biological warfare with
A. Bruno Jr., AOC, both of whom
the remainder of the time givento
serve as instructors.An .
testing and review periods.
interesting to the
sidelight
Trainees
for the school are
selected from ship's company school's activities is the high k i tltl :! tt <
praise for its ;
comprehensive
cov-
personnel at NAS Jacksonville,
Mayport, Green Cove Springs, erage forthcoming from Duval
NAS Cecil Field and various County Sheriff Al Cahill. Sheriff
Cahill has made
other naval activities in the arrangementsfor ..
80 law enforcement officers
area, as well as from NATTCen- to avail themselves of this time COUNCIL COUNSELED Members of the Jacksonville Area National Safety Council are
ter. Because of the limited facilities shown attending a class at NATTCenler's ABC School. Michael Bertolani, AOC, points out to Spero I
students are expected to ly knowledge through a special I Tassgpoulos, chairman of the council, some instruments that can be used to detect radiation in the
school to begin in March.Medical .
"pass the word" on the week- event of an atomic attack.

long course upon return to their
installations. Bills Deductible I Two Featured Mew SubEscape
IN ORDER TO accomplish this

objective, each trainee must gain In Stage Comedy Method
a clear understanding of the
potentialities and limitations of On Federal Income Tax Two Navy enlisted men
atomic, chemical and biological serving aboard NAS Jax are Being Tested[

weapons as applied to self-pro (This Is the fifth of a series of articles on federal income tax featured in the comedy,
servation, decontamination and filing. The articles are based on information provided by the Amer- "Charley's Aunt," now on A new system of submarine
aid in a recovery program. lie ican Institute of Accountants.) stage at the Little Theatreon escape, originated by the British

must be able to put atomic, biological Uncle..pam realizes family doctor bills and dentist bills can add San Marco Blvd. and called "buoyant ascent," has
and chemical warfare Emmett Rodifer AN of received the sanction of Rear
on up, so he permits you to itemize and deduct all medical expenses ,
a tangible basis and dispense beyond three per cent of your adjusted cross income. VFP-62, better known for his Adm. Elton W. Grenfell who
with the fear of unknown wea If you (or your husband or pantomime and appearanceson personally tested the escape
pons. wife) are 65 or over, the three tains several provisions of special the Ed Sullivan"show, effectively method after a number of submariners
Radiation, an element of dan- per cent rule does not apply to interest to widows and widowers: handles the role of appeared reluctant to

your own metiical expenses. It ((1) You may file a joint return Charley. Charley's roommateis qualify.
Admin, Staff Duly does apply however, to any with a husband or wife who died played by Michael Solimeno, The system requires no artificial .
Set For OfficersSenior medical expenses you pay for during the tax year if no sep SK3, of Fasron 109.Enthusiastically breathing apparatus, and the
unrestricted line and your dependents. arate return is filed. received by only: equipment necessary is the
.aviation line officers will alter- AMONG the items to includein ((2) If you have not remarriedand audiences, the play is scheduled Mae'West inflatable life jacket.
nate with each other in important your list of medical expensesare have in your household a dependent to run through Saturday, The escapee, wearing only the
administrative and staff duties, in fees of doctors; dentists, hospitals child or stepchild, you March 9. inflated Mae West jacket, leaves
order to balance the two in the and nurses. You can also are entitled for the next two Navy personnel interestedin the hatch of a stricken sub and
Navy's rapid nucleonic, electronic deduct premiums for health, accident years to use the same tax computation the Little Theatre are reminded immediately begins blowing the
end supersonic development pro- hospitalization and medical (with income-splitting: that tryouts for roles air from his lungs. Then holdinghis
gram. insurance, but you must reduce privileges) as you have been en- I, in "The Solid Gold Cadillac", arms out straight over his
The change in policy, which your medical expenses by titled to on a joint return. will be held at the theatre on head, and planing himself with
formerly gave most of these jobs the amount of any benefits received ((3) WHEN LIFE insurance Sunday, April 7, and Sunday his hands, he shoots upward at
to unrestricted line officers, was from insurance. proceeds are taken as an annuityor April 14.tirement 260 feet a minute. The one important
announced by Adm. Arleigh Your total deduction is limitedto in installments, widows and thing for him to remember
''Burke, Chief of Naval Operations. maximum amount for the widowers are allowed up to income credit if your is exhaling. With pressurizedair
To carry out the policy, assign- year, as explained in the instruction $1,000 per year of tax free payments deceased husband or wife would from the sub in his lungs, he
ment of aviation officers will be book, and medicines and in addition to a pro rata have qualified.The must get rid of it before reachingthe
transferred from the Deputy drugs may be included in your amount of the principal. instruction book which surface or be in danger of
Chief of Naval Operations (Air) medical expenses only to the ((4) You may be entitled to a comes with lung rupture.
tax
to the Bureau of Personnel. The extent they exceed one per cent deduction for child-care ex your forms gives The admiral made ascents
transition will be completed on of your gross income. penses. further information. Help is also from 18 to 10 feet, after which

:a gradual adoption by next June. i i THE FEDERAL tax code con- (5) You may be entitled to reo available by telephone or at offices 94 percent of the crew of one

: pr: w;,:::'"'' :." ". ..........:...... ....<.,:....... ,. .. ':.' ...:. .. :.': .... ...."i'. (...... :'. .w. '.:':. Service.of You the are Internal urged Revenue to con I the submarine method volunteered from a depth to of test 100

sult a properly qualified advisor I feet.

if you decide to seek outside
.. ,.
>: y.. help.

Next article: Not all income Is
taxable. (AFPS)


( Y t5 Jr Flight Pay For Top


_: Officers RevealedA

breakdown in rank of Navy
t and Marine officers drawing
l 1'v flight pay, with the monthly
flight pay given in brackets, was v
furnished to Congress and reVealed -
that 1748 high-ranking

Navy officers and 1122 high-
10w ranking Marine officers were on
the list during the latter half ot
1958.

Navy: Admirals, four ($165)): LL:4MAR1NEOFMONTIICP:
vice admirals, 12 ($165)); rear ad-
JIII7 ? y.,. ...._...'" v miral, upper half, 27 ($165)); rear .

FAVV-11 RADIO SCHOOL GRADS Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence,- Commander Fleet Air Wine admirals, lower half, 48 ($160): rlne-of-the-Month"Allen Wedow was named at the Ma-NAS
Eleven, presented certificates of completion to nine enlisted graduates of the Wing: Radio School last captains, 730 ($245)); and com- Marine Barracks. Wedow wag
Thursday. The ceremony represented the culmination of 12 weeks of Intensive training: to prepare manders, 974 ($225)). chosen by noncommissionedofficers
these men as prospective radio operators in patrol-type aircraft. The next radio school will convene Marine Corps for his neatness, attitude .
In two weeks. Shown here left to right are: communications officer, Lcdr. Charles E. Davis Allen : Lieutenant gen- conduct and the example
Hale, ANt (Fleet Air Wing 11)); Lulgi Bacchetta, AN, (VP-18)); Wallace Faber, AN, (VP-18)); Clarence; erals, 3; major generals, 5; brigadier he set as corporal of the guard
( Ziemba, AN, (VP-18)) Edward Stronatl AN, (VW-4)), honor generals 11 .
; man with a 3. average; Roger nigh. ; colonels, 139; daring: the month of January.In
core, AN, (VP-18)); Gary Kllen, AN (VW-4)); Don Wright, AN, (VW-4)); Albert Tarrats, AN (VP- lieutenant colonels, 403; and majors addition to the meritorious
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18), and fleorge P. Dwyer, RMC, chief In charge of the radio school. 561. mast, be received a 72-hour
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I BJ Manual Features Personal Approach I IA II v\,

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new edition of the Blue new section on the most recent been compiled principally by \
Jackets' Manual, the enlisted developments and changes af- or under the direction of (
man's "Bible" for more than fecting the Navy. Capt. John V. Noel, assistant SALT HUMOR FROM i

50 years, is designed to give The new "positive" ap- chief of Naval Personnel for HERE AND THERE :,
the recruit a more personal"you" special projects.The .
1 (Personnel are invited to visit proach is indicated by the (
the USO Servicemen' Club at 37 approach to his Navy change of one chapter heading new edition, which Mrs. Shopalot: "Can you alter
West Monroe St. The Club I is career. from a foreboding "Naval Dis- will be available at Navy exchanges this dress to fit me?" ,
open from 0900 to 2230 daily.) The new book, the fifteenth cipline" to "How to be a suc- ships' stores, or directly Salesman: "Certainly not. That
Thursday, March 7 8 p.m., revision, is actually more thana cess in the Navy." from the Naval Instituteat isn't done any more. You will c
Games with Prizes. Come and revision since it contains This edition is not the workof Annapolis, is scheduled for have to be altered to fit the

win some "loot." five new chapters and oneVA45 one individual, but has publication this fall. dress." .

Friday, March 8 An evening"on
the house." "They say your daughter has

Saturday, March 9 8:30: p.m., Chief made up her" mind to "marry a
Juke Box Hop. USO Jr. hostessesin struggling young doctor.
charge. Cited For "Well, if she's made up her

Sunday, March 10 Free mind, he might as well stop

coffee hour; 10:45: a.m., off to Duty EffortsEnding struggling.". .
church of your choice; 5:30: p.m.,
"
Vesper and refreshments by the five years of duty with "Dear God, prayed golden-

Southside Presbyterian Church; Attack Squadron 45, Joseph W. haired little Willie", "please. watch

8 p.m. movie, "Mr. Smith Goes to McGlynn, ADC, was honored bya over my mamma.
And then he added after-
as an
Washington. letter of appreciation from
March 11 8 Jr. thought, "And I dunno as it
Monday, p.m., Comdr. Glen Goodwin, commanding -
Hostess meeting Planned Pro- would do any harm to keep an
; officer of the squadron, who
on the old man too."
eye ,
gram. made the presentation in recogni- .
Tuesday, March 12, and Wed- tion of McGlynn's exemplary per-
nesday, March 13, 8 p.m.: Pro- formance of duty while with the ,.t 1\ Ethel (studying grammer):
grams planned for your enjoy- --- squadron. < e'sue-' '. 1J "Say, Reggie, if a man druggist is
...""
called
-- a pharmacist, what would
ment. Chief Mc- lit' .,
Special Events Coming: Up Glynn joinedthe dEPS-;..... .... ,, .- you call a woman druggist
Saturday, March 16 8 p.m., famous TRAIL BLAZER A Navy Weasel equipped with dishpan-like Reggie" : A pharmacister, of
St. Patrick's Party. "Blackbird"squadron device warns of deadly hidden crevices In the snow as a trail party course.
successfully blazes a 600-mile route through an uncharted Ice and .
Saturday, March 30 8:30: i n snow field from Little America V to little known Marie Dyrd "What are raising In
p.m., "Girl of the Month." Jax February, 1952, Land, site for the American International Geophysical Year base you your
Navy Orchestra. when it was In Antarctica. The "dishpans" slide over the snow sendingdown an garden this year?
Monday, April 1 8:30: p.m., stationed a t electrical Impulse. An abrupt drop In current sounds a buzzer Inside "Johnson's Plymouth Rocks,
Welcome Program for USS An-' the Weasel announcing a deft in the Ice 'sheet that must be Brown's Leghorns and Smith's
NAS Cecil
carefully investigated before the party can move on. Wyandottes..
tictam. Field.. He was .

singing USO, Club games,facilities TV room: Parties dances,, McGlynn\ assigned Immediately as Seek To Give Class Q Allotments Marine: "Say, Pal, will you
loan me a nickel? I want to calla
showers, snack bar, housing bu- power plant chief, a position he

reau check, mending room service and pressing shaving, has held until the present time. At Pay Desk, Instead Of Via Mail Sailor friend.:" "Here's fifteen'rtnts,

During his five year tour, Mc- Under anew law proposal reported call all your friends.
Writing
desks and
equipment
the warrant officer rates to
Glynn made one Korean cruise in by the Pentagon, top pay .
stationary Sunday morning coffee
current limited officers and
duty
1953 and Mediterranean cruisein
a
grade petty officer would draw The decrepit old car drove
hours, spiritual guidance, Ves- 1955. to enlisted men who make LDO. up
their "Class Q" allotments over to the toll-bridge.
per services, and music. Thus an LDO in O-4 would draw
Although his transfer will bea the pay desk instead of "sweat- "Fifty cents," cried the gate-
loss to the VA-45 "Blackbirds," ing out the mails.. W-4 pay, and so on. man.

Wingless, Powered where his efforts contributed Proposed by the Army, the TilE CORDINER entry pays ""Sold," replied the driver. '
greatly to the efficiency and plan would apply to the top three for warrants are $530, $462, $396
Craft Eyed By NavyA high availability of the squad- grades in all services, permitting and $350 for, respectively, W-4, NFFE
radically designed wingless ron's aircraft, it will undoubtedlybe enlisted men who did not wantto W-3, W-2 and W-l. This jumpsin Meeting

aircraft, that may use atomic a gain for Fasron 109, here at use the Class Q system to col- all grades after two years, and Slated
power:, is now in the works, according NAS Jax, his new duty assign lect their quarters money on pay in the top three grades jumps TonightThe
to Rear Adm. Rawson ment. day with other pay. Those who again four years. four Jacksonville National

Bennett II, Chief of Naval Re- prefer to send the money to their The "Class Q" proposal, if ap- Federation of Federal Employeeslocals
search. operate from unprepared landingareas. families while separated could proved by Congress, would put are holding an area-wide
While'still in its infancy, model ." still do so under the allotment senior petty officers on much the open house meeting tonight, and
tests and theoretical computations Adm. Bennett said that other system. same basis as officers in draw- all civil service employees in the
indicate that the speed and performance research now in progress con- THE PLAN FURTHER would ing quarters money. area are extended an invitationto

of such a plane wouldat cerned psychologic determinationof provide means for wives to ap- The present system requires attend.
least equal that of the sub- how much a pilot can see and ply for allotments if they were them to allot a certain part of Mr. Leland M. Walker, National
sonic jets of today. It would I hear and how many operationshe not receiving full support from their base pay which is matchedby Representative of the National
answer the need for "true air can perform simultaneouslywhile their service husbands.It the quarters money from the Federation of Federal Employeeswill
mobility," he said, which must. at the controls of modern is also disclosed that the Cor- government and mailed to the preside at the meeting, and .
be developed in aircraft that can fast-flying planes. diner pay proposals would giver i wife or dependent :from Cleve- some interesting information for
-- -- Federal employees dealing with
land, Ohio even though the
wives ore on the same base as retirement and pay.
their husbands. The meeting will be held In the
West Room of the Mayflower
Hotel at 1930.

Uniform PayPr.oposed ,

.. To Stress More .

For Group Travel OrdersNavy

,
yr commands have been ordered -

All OfficersAccording tor issue more group travel
orders rather than individual orders -
to a proposal before when transferring enlisted

ac. k Congress, all newly commissioned personnel.
f yA officers and warrant officers The order was issued by William !
;c. B. Franke, assistant Navy
n would receive a $300 uniform
f A Secretary for financial management -
: allowance with the of
exception
x and is aimed at cutting
a. service and NROTC
academy
:Y yn --S J government travel expenses.
y.s who have their educa-
graduates
,
Group travel orders should be
tion subsidized the Govern-
by
issued
whenever three or more
2 ment.
3 sailors are departing from the
The bill would be retroactive to
same point of origin to the same
Jan. 1, 1953, and officers com- destination.The .
I missioned since that date who received Secretary ruled that
group
; 3588 \ no uniform allowance travel orders are not to be issued
would be able to collect $300. when (1)) urgent needs of the
Those who got a $250 allowance service actually prevent an enlisted -
would collect an additional $50. person from travelling witha

The bill would clear up a situa- group; ((2) the serviceman is
> y tion that has become vastly con- entitled to transportation for dependents .
-'S ""' ;--- ------ i fused by a variety of laws. Under ; ((3) the serviceman is

JAX UNITS ABOARD THE USS FORRESTAL Duval County's first team Is wheeled Into present conditions, certain officers granted delay en route to countas
catapulting position as flight deck crews of VA-14 from Cecil Field and VAII-1 from NAS lax await commissioned in the reserve receive leave; and (4)) the servicemanis
the word to launch on the flight deck of the USS Forrestal. The Forrestal has Just finished "Op- a $300 allowance and others authorized to travel via pri-
eration Green Epoch" In the Mediterranean with a "well done" from the Sixth Fleet Commander,
with commissions -
"regular" get vately owned vehicle
on
and ,will depart soon for scheduled exercisesIn permanent h
Admiral Brown. The carrier is now In Taranto, Italy,
the Mediterranean area. nothing. change of station.



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VA-44 Holds Mainside h ti ttlI r

', .,.... o.",,, AFPS SPORTS

Alley League Lead

VA-44 is still atop the Main- Roundup

side Intramural Bowling loop

standings although it no longer AFPS Weekly Feature)

sports a clean slate. ComFairJax, THE Nineteenth Hole From

the one-time first place club, is : '" :," 1. tee to cup in one stroke is a test
r. "
second. i" of
now running golfing accu'racy-disrcgard
.,
:' '.+ '
The standings are as of March I ; the cries of "lucky" from the balcony
M \
4, 1957. but it must be getting easier -

Won Lo t IYt. "Golf Digest" magazine says
VA-41 10 2 KitComFairJax
22 6 TM> ? A T there were 2,802 last year, men
V..11t. IS 6 7W1! a P''
scoring 2,629 and women
aces
KAW-ll IB 8 f 57 .
Special SmlCM 13 7 SIX 0 numbering 173. But to prove it

VV.m Ftsron 109 13 li': 7 9 &a 650 A could be done, a Denver, Colo.,
Operation IS 9 625 woman scored two in'
one day
Fartu 15 1) *:JS! 7JIN
V 10'.171 17 11 607 both 158-yarders. Acers rangedin
HoanlUl 14 10 .*U
VA-172 6b30R age from a 10-year-old lad to
19 17
Officer : 510 a 61-year-old
woman, and the
VVV-4 #2 12 12 800
MARTD 12 12 500 longest drive was a 360-yarder.
VA 11-3 Hi 10 1(1( SW
VFH2 "C" K() 10 5/10 Sad but true, the shortest were

VW-4 4\ 11 11 15 15 4MDispensary 4fi4 two 80-yarders at Elkhart, Ind.,

Marine "B". 12 16 420VAH3I1 and they counted no more or less
8 12 4(10
Communications K 14 364 than the longest.Off .
Marine "6" 8 ]4 3X1VrP62
"S"'n,1 8 1 6 XnKasron the Backboard The All-
6 7 17 212VW4 J 1
OHlceri R\ lit 2TO -' .1 Army basketball tourney, slated
Waves :5 1XII': for March
18-25 will
likely provide -
Faitron 6 "A" 3 15 125 3 r'
fans with a look-see at the

Links men Down Gator Ifs; greatest array of talent ever assembled -
to determine a round
Face U. of Ga. Next ball champion Former team-

Jax Navy's golfers defeated the mate of Bill Russell at Universityof

University of Florida's Varsity"B" San Francisco, All-America

team 13% to 4Vi at Gainesville and Olympic basketball star K. C.

last Saturday.In Jones is now playing for the Ft.

a second match, the University Lewis, Wash., Chiefs Ken-
of Florida's freshmen over. tucky's loss to St. Louis in early

came Jax Navy 11 H to V4. IjTwia winter was only their fourth loss
in 14 years on the home court at
The next match for the Fliers
Lexington South Side
H. S.,
will be against the University of
Georgia here on March 17. Ft. Wayne, Ind., has a 6' 11%"
: center named Mike
McCoyjusta
...
---- FLIERS' EFFORT SHORT Jax Navy basketeer Jim Good ((21)) gIves with the old college tryas youngster (in high school. There
Indoor Pool Closed lie makes an effort at a layup shot during first period action in the opening round of the Sixth: to be
seems defense
to block Good's shot is Mem only one sure
Naval District Basketball Tournament at Mainside Gym. Attempting
For Repair WorkThe phis Navy's Gerald Koontz ((16)). Waiting for a possible rebound are Bill Ervin (18)) of Memphis and against the seven-foot players be-
indoor swimming pool located John Cirino (14)) of Jax Navy The Fliers won the fray, 75-60, as they began defense of their District sides raising the baskAs-find an

in Building 614 at the court crown eight-foot guard The little

Naval Air Technical Training man down around 6 feet. still

line Center repair has,been and closed is scheduled for filter to Results Run True To Form Tennismen Often has center a chance.with NAAS Bob Sobel Corry, 6'Field 2"

reopen Monday, March 11. Season Saturday (Pensacola, Fla.), racked up an
I amazing 60 points in one game-
The pool is used to instruct In 6ND Basketball Meet The Jax Navy tennis team I 28 field goals and four foul shots.

Av und students in survival will open its season Saturday,
methods. MICKEY MANTLE'S 1957 con-
Things running true to form in the Sixth Naval Dis- March 16, when it meets the tract-somewhere between $57-

trict Basketball Tournament at Mainside Gym with pre- net men of the University of 500 and $60,000( ..-represents one

tourney; favorites Pensacola Navy and Jax Navy maintaining Florida at Boone Park Courts. thing certain. Easily a $25,000

EmID unblemished marks through second round games. Coach Hunter Bell is expected boost, it is the biggest one-year
to draw his men for
salary jump in Yankee
history
The Fliers hosts for the tour-
in 1953, again in 1955 while the the match from his present
Thursday, March 7 and defending champions, Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, nor any
ney
Fliers swept to victory in the of
squad Roger McDonald
,
Mainside Search for Bridey faced Pensacola in a feature tilt other Bomber, ever made such
even numbered
Murphy (drama) with Teresa last night. No results are avail- years. Roger Brown, Wendell Knoal, progress between seasons. De-
Jan Navy started tourney play Bill Lyons, Bill Clark, Larry*
Wright and Louis Hayward. Also able at this time. The winner pending on what the Yankee
Fido Beta Kappa.NATTCenter will be a clear-cut favorite to go: Monday night with a clear-cut Heisel, and Wally Ruston. brass was able to sign Yogi Berra

Both movies with tourney honors. 75-60 victory over Memphis for, the new contract makes the
away
cancelled. Navy. Frank DeMent played an switch-hitting, triple-crown
AND, IF FORM remains true, outstanding floor for the time: and succumbed to the
Hospital Ohl! Men, Oh! game Mickey the third or fourth
it'll be Pensacola. For every year winners and in addition Fliers 3736.Pensacola .
hooped ,
Women (Cs color comedy) with highest paid Bomber behind Di
since 1953, the Sixth Naval District 20
Ginger Rogers and Dan Dailcy. points. notched its unbeaten Maggio and Ruth. At a stadium
has been snared
cage crown TUESDAY NIGHT, Green
Friday, March 8 by either the Goshawks or Jan Cove's Bullets frittered a mark with a victory over out- press conference confirming the
away
signing, Casey Stengel furnished
Mainside Friendly Persuasion Navy Pensacola copped honors 15 point lead right after half- manned Glynco Navy, 115-48 as the ,
background music-mostly to
(drama) with Dorothy Me
Charlie Rolles scored 30 point. the "
tune of "greatness.
Quire and Gary Cooper. Only one --
movie shown 1900.NATTCenter The*Goshawks have not had to Add note: Best dangling phraseof

Search for play since that opening day win. the week was from Yale, re-
;
Bridey Murphy (drama) with xr3' GLYNCO NAVY was eliminated porting the scheduled appearanceof

Teresa Wright and Louis Hay + Nii in the double-loss eventas double-double Olympic diving

ward. Also Fido Beta Kappa. Green Cove Springs rompedto champion Pat McCormick at the

Hospital Marauders (color 60-42. win Tuesday night In Yale swim carnival Feb. 23.

western) with Dan Duryea and another tilt Key West Navy surprised Quoting "Coached by her air-

Keenan Wynn. Also CounterfeitCat. the field with a 71-67 win line navigator husband Mrs. Me.

over Memphis Navy. The defeat Cormick is the mother of a ten- -

Saturday, March 9 451r af4.4. knocked Memphis out of the month old son."

Mainside Meet Me in Las meet.

Vegas (color musical with
) Cyd
Closing night of tourney com-
Charisse and Dan Dailey.
petition is still unsettled. The
suasion (drama) with Dorothy loser of last night's PensacolaJax 1r7M!

NATTCenter Friendly Per fray will battle the winnerof 5eA6ratb1CJtA11
McGuire and Gary Cooper. ,
a "sudden death" match between *
Shown at 1730 only. Key West and Green Cove uuf

Hospital Search for Bridey in the semi-finals today at 1300 I:
Murphy (drama) with Teresa
Wright and Louis Hayward. Also $ : ",' : ;. Winner of this tilt will go into

Fido Beta Kappa the final round tonight at 2000

Coming next week: Tattered against the Jax Navy-Pensacola r

Dress, Oasis, Outlaw Queen, winner. That might be the

Quiet Gun, Desperadoes Are In clinching game. However, if both

Town, and rll Cry Tomorrow. All! SWEET SPRING, BEAUTIFUL SPRING With the advent clubs end play tonight with one
Kiddle Matinee, March 9 of springlike weather In this area baseball hopefuls are loss apiece, a Friday night tilt,
fathering dally at Mason Field with an eye on raining a berth with starting at :2000, will be neces
See Plan of Day for schedule, the Jan Navy Filer nine this season. In this photo, coach Frank Mc- sary.
-- I S ..- Caffrey (right), shows three diamond hopefuls the art of holding
Usher: "!low far down do you the bat la bunting position. The trio Is John Deloach Charles The winner will represent t -
Wish to sit, sir?" Spilker and Charles Navls, all candidates for fielding positions Sixth Naval District in the South '
Practice b held Monday throag Fridays at 1545 at Mason Field.
Patron: "All the war, .t Opening game Is set, for Mirth 27 with American International Atlantic sRegionals at BainbridgeNTC TO st41t: R M
course" College the opponent. next week





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JAX AIR NEWS E j .7'


FSU VolleyballFoe AvFuncl

For FliersIn Snaps Ensigns'25Came

A1I w$ '
Win Streak

Friday Tilt L .

Jax Nary and Florida State t. :, NATTCcnler's intramural basketball league play was filled

University, two old-time athletic with fast action and upsets last week. The biggest upset of the

foes, will clash in volleyball, ( season occurred when the AGO Ensigns were dropped from the j

match at Mainside Gym tomor- Y ranks of the.undefeated by the Marines from Aviation Fundamentals.

row. .
Starting time is indefinite due After AGO took the measureof
the Aviation Electricians 60-
by
to the'yet-to-be determined final AE School, 57-33, and MAD ,
58. Sheets 17
day of the Sixth Naval District 47-34, they were denied by the Harley garnered
points to the victors while
Basketball Tourney currently Marines 59-49, with Pat Jones pace I
Den Matysak hit for 20 for the
holding forth at the same site. A scoring!; 20 points for the victors.
losers.
If a Friday night game is Benny Taylor paced the loserr
needed in the District cage meet, with 13. The Supporting Service five

the volleyball fray will get un- DISTRAUGHT from their first returned to the win column witha

at 1800, to be followedby 75-69 victory over the Marine
derway loss in 25 games, the Ensigns
the basketball tilt. downed the hapless NAWS five, Aviation Detachment, with Frank

If the basketball event should 111 .28, the highest points scored DeMent hitting for 24.

come to a close tonight, however, by any team this year Tom Hinton The Naval Air Weaponi live
the volleyballers will be holdinga tallied 30 points for the En could not get on the victory side

solo spotlight, with a 1900 signs. of the standings, losing to the

start set.Whenever. The Aviation Storekeepersscored Electrician's 54-43, and to MAD
Jax Navy and FlorIda 5137.
an upset of their own
State meet on the volleyballcourt when they downed AvFund 59- AvFund wound up last week's .

heated action is produced.The 57, in a close game to the final] schedule by downing the Ord-

Seminoles are one of the whistle. Joe Floerke led his team, nancemen 99-77, with Pat Jones
top dogs in\ NCAA volleyball I getting 25 points. The Aviation hitting for 26 for the winner,

circles this season. I Ordnanccmen were the next and sharp-shooting Dean Hatcher

The two clubs have not met in victims of AK School], droppingthat getting 26 for the losers.

dual competition this season, although contest GO-55. Jack Barneshit TilE INTRAMURAL reason

the Seminoles copped for 19 to lead the victors, will come to a close this week,
first place in two tournaments in 1ii' while Sam Spraigns led the with the AGO Ensigns being assured

which Jax Navy was also en HEATED INTRAMURAL PLAY Jim Cyeer ((30, dark jersey losers with J 6.At'TEK of the first place
spot.
tered. ) sets set for a jump shot during hutted play in a Maln-Jde Intramural -
basketball encounter between Fasron Six and VP-5. In PLAYING a fine game STANDINGS
Two years ago, a potent FSU an attempt to block: Cjcer's shot is Bobby Ilagermui (30)) of VP-5. against the Ordnance men, beating AOO H 1
aggregation came into Mainside Washing action is John Newman ((22)) of Fasron Six:, Gerald Hay- them 79-69, with Frank De- AvKundSupSci II"
Gym carrying an enviable posi- wood ((31), res, and Bill Bragger, Fasron Six. The Patrol fire AKAK v 7 8 5
Ment getting 28 points the Sup-
tion of second place in NCAA pulled ahead in the final half to notch a 59-S4 win over the 6 !5B
Fasron Ites.Marine. porting Services five was upset AO or
standings. They went away with -- -_. MAD 0 10 '
NAWS 12
an embarrassing defeat. e
Five

Stinkers Take Over VFP-62 Retains

E Wives Ten Pin LeadThe Vies In State JAX AIR SPORTS

Stinkers forged into the NEWSWaves7 Mainside B-Ball

lead of the NATTCenter Enlisted AAU Tourney

Men's Wives Bowling league with ,.
Loop
Leadership
three victories last week. Rose I
The NATTCentcr Marine court
Weatherby and Al Franklin tied
five travels to Orlando tonight to VFP-62 maintained its Main-
for high scoring honors with 185
and Sue Taylor rolled a 178. play in the opening round of the Cage Competition side intramural basketball lead,

Florida State AAU tournament. with Hospital and CAG-17 press-

The finals of the tournamentwill ing close behind. All three have

[Knowles Wins be week played, NATTCenter's Saturday.Last only Closes At Mainside GymThe portant but one loss setback column.in the all- n-


game ended in an 88-78 victoryover Not too far behind are VAII-3
Club'sFirst Waves Sixth Naval District Basketball Tourney got
Sailing
Oldsmobile. John and VW-4
Langley sporting 8-2 and 8-3
underway Tuesday at Mainside Gym with the Jax Navy
Cirino tallied 23 and Jim Pugh records
respectively.
"Crackerjax" hosting the Pensacola Navy "Gossettes.
Trophy 20 in the City League tilt. CAG-17 added two victories
Tuesday's gme, first of a
Should misfortune befall themin "Gossette" Bernie Webb tossedin with a 48-40 triumph over VW-4
series to decide District
three
game
A trim Rhodes Bantam No. Orlando, the Marines will play Wave basketball 19 for the losers. and winning by forfeit over the
,
571, skippered by Thomas Bartow AFB at Bartow, Satur- went to the "Crackerjax"supremacy 40-32. The two teams met again last Marines.In .

Knowles, AG1, brought home the day night. night, but the results 'were not other results VP-5 defeated

Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club'sfirst ONLY THREE points separatedthe available. Fasron Six, 59-54; VP-5 won on

awards for competitive racing "You didn't take a vacationthis teams at half time, with the IF TilE "Crackerjax" won, forfeit over Medical; and Fasron

since the club was formed. year, did you?" "Crackerjax" leading 19 to 16. they will be crowned champions. Six picked up a victory via for-

Knowles, who is attached to "No, I thought I needed a Dig gun for the "Crackerjax"was However, if the "Gossettes" hada feit over Supply.
\ Operations aerological unit was rest." Carolyn Johnson with 16. successful evening, there will STANDINGS

awarded a* silver plate for over- be a game this evening at 1800 VFP-f2 10. I

all second place at the Miami at Mainside Gym to decide the CAJ.17VAM3 *ft 2 .

Mid-Winter Regatta held last championship.The VW-4 K\
Fasron 16 7 3
weekend. He copped first and tWQ tourney winner will rep- V 1'.5 1 6' I
second resent the Sixth Naval Districtin Kasron 109 4."
place awards
in the Bantam I- g< ID Marino 'M '
class contest to receive the the South Atlantic Regionals Medical 4V1M8 R

prize. lie lost the award for the Wave competition at Bainbridge Facet 3 8,

regatta championship by a scant NTC next week.AvFund X.2 MAW.ll I.

few feet in the last race. -.

On February 22 and 23, he com On Way To WEEKEND TIDE
peted in the 53rd Annual Wash

ington's Birthday Regatta at West Unbeaten Keg SeasonWith HIGH LOW

Palm Beach. During the twodaymeet AM PM AM PM
only two more bowling
Knowles became the win- FrL 12:05: 12:23: 6:14: 6:28:
dates left, the keglers of Aviation
ner of a silver loving cup by Fundamentals are nearing an unprecedented Sat. 1:00: 1:23 7:15: 7:32: .
Placing first in all three races in undefeated season in Sun. 2:03: 2:29: 8:22: 8:41:
the Bantam
class. the NATTCcnter intramural
Veteran clubs from Miami, Co- bowling league

of cOnut Miami Grove and the University Team leaders: AGO, Davis, Smoker TonightAt

were represented. 149; NavAirWeaps, Hughes, 167;

Membership is open to Navy AvFund, Burner; 174; AK:, Buck- King HallCapt.
and Marine personnel on active slew, 157; MarAvDet, DeVito, 164;

duty. Further information may be SS, Johnson, 163; AE, Tarpley, Tom Mooney and his:
obtained by contacting Harry 167; AO, Sieglcr, 151. "NATTCenter AvFund School

Moss, Special Services, Ext. 512, AvFund School 48 W 'L 0 Boxing Commission" will stage
or by attending the'next meeting, NavA .12 12 another Marine smoker tonightat
II
rI W> School 26 18
which ap
will be held this Saturday % t AK School 22 V* King Hall at 1930.
at the fish camp at 1000. SupSpllnteri 'jn 28 :
MarA,Iet 16 28 Company 05, managed by T/-
ATO Srhrxil J3 :27 I Sgt Wayne L. Gardner, will
.. AO School 1
LtbHrtEOMATf4 :39
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compete against Company 06,
motGJlT.SSJE:'< a STALWARTS Two of the most consistent
lYe :: S4NDfE c SF.ASON'S the urrent edition of the NATTCenter Marine court Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson managed by T/Sgt "Jolly" Vol-
I N'OPryp < t AIRS, scorers on 1I0iman (left), of AO School and Jim Pub, of punches the light bag from a entine.
:.f--"EIf'1$:' ,." ,... AE'ShiPHolman, who has scored 571 points in 37 games, and sitting position for 15 minutes a Seven scheduled bouts will ,
o, '..; t .....- I CIOn I Purh, who has tallied 445 counters in 34 games, will play with the day, claiming it strengthens his eliminate the possibility of a
March
"i!*.'*"a3+iK'iten iSKJ Marines In the Florida State AAU tournament at Orlando,
..- .r--... .181 shoulders. tied contest.I .
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Treasury Seeks IncreaseTo : "' if __ fEZ1lD




3 On E Bonds For Rent
%% :gxiyl h
Blvd. EV86362. Oakley.
The Treasury announced today that it has requested the Con Duplex Apt. Furn. 5934 Wesconnet -

gress to enact legislation which will permit an increase in the interest Blvd EV-8-63C2. Oakley.

rate on new sales of United States Savings Bonds. Bdrm.. $125 Mo. Ext. 681 NAS.

Today about 40 million Buchanan.
persons
years. That bond will earn $20.80
*
own more than $41 billionof > Gar Apt. 2-Bdrm. EV-9-0221.
more to reach its full $100 valveat \
Series E and II Savings Bonds Hanks.
first maturity, and this $20.80is
Identical proposed bills were slightly more than 3.1per : For Sale
transmitted to the Senate and the cent on $79.20 for the remaining Bdrm.. Home' $8, 50. Terms.

House of Representatives today period of 7 years 2 months, compounded EV-7.5666 after 4:30: p.m.
which would give the Treasury semi.annually. 3-Bdrm.. Home. Murray HilL

the same flexability with regardto People holding bonds which Small Payts. EV41663. Killin.
interest rates on Savings Bonds have reached Bdrm.. Use. 6335 Bartholf Ave.
and
maturity
that it has on other types of being retained under the ten-are 7 h ::+. > J.. $1,200 Equity $65.. Mo. EV-9-
Treasury bonds. Passage of the .' ..:.' d} 0730. Moare.
year extension privilege will also
legislation will permit the Treasury Bdrm.. Use. Sacrifice. EV-SN
find
it to their advantage to
continue
to' go forward with plans 1601. Folino.
holding them. Such bonds
to offer improved interest rate reaching the extension period Liberty Mobile Home.' Azalea

terms on all Series E and 11! since May 1952 Trailer Park. Lot 144. EV-8-
bonds sold after are already pay 3584.Bdrm..
on or February
ing a full 3 percent interest
compounded
1, 1957. 2;- Use. Drs. Inlet. CO-4-
semi-annually and S
are
IF THE PROPOSED legislation redeemable on demand, and 8662. Graham.
is passed, the Treasury bonds of an earlier period showa ,4 -Bdrm. Hse. GI Loan. 4944 Orte .
plans to increase to 3.1/4 percentthe ga Hills Dr. EV-9-1454 after S

interest rate on new E bonds still greater return. .. ..,,. ,. ,, .- ...,....,;.'..._..n."."'..""" p.m. or weekends. Stewart. .
held The Treasury also plans to of- HOLE IN ONE R HONORED -Bdrm.! use Cecil & NAS Jax.
to maturity, in place of the fer effective "Making a hole in one takes
present 3 percent. The issue February 1, 1957, a the cake," could well be the caption for this photo. Leonard Eu- EV76066. Ext. 592. Short.
price and face value of the revised 10-year Series II bond banks, Industrial Relations Officer, was called to a short "confer -Bdrm.! Hse. 2016 Allendale Cir
new with yields generally comparableto ence" and found this cake and plaque. The cake, which was In GI $1800.
EV-9-7691
E bond will be unchanged but the neW'E bond and returning honor of his birthday; was doubly significant In that it was decorated
the present 9 years and 8 months 3-1/4 appropriately to honor his entry Into the hole-in-one club Miscellaneous:
maturity will be shortened to 8 percent if held to maturity. Eubanks, who scored his hole in one on the 186-yard 11th hole at Wanted: Riders from vicinity
and The new II bond, like the present Hyde Park, proudly displays his plaque which makes him an official Cassat &
11 months. Terms of Plymouth to
years bond, would pay interest by member of the select "hole in one" Club. The whole affair was NAS.
any extension privilege for the check each six months in contrast arranged by fellow employees of the department. 0730-1530. EV72367. Ext. 8392.
new bonds will be determinedlater. King.;
to the appreciation type E
bond. Cordiner Wanted: Ride from 0730 to 1600

Also, redemption values of }Jhe 'Pay' PredictedTo to NAS, Jax. from 2969 Park

new bond for the early years Ex-'Yavc5 Planning St. (Park & McDuff), com
will be increased to provide a mencing Mar. 11 Mon. Thru

substantially higher yield to Get-Together March\ 9 Hit Snag In CongressLong Fri. Allen. Ext. 8408.

,owners who find it necessary to All ex-Waves interested in attending Wanted: Lady wishes couple to

redeem their bonds before ma an informal get-together share her home. EV97848.
I hearings, unresolved matters and red tape are dooming
turity. The return luncheon should
on the new call Lcdr. Eu
quick action on the pay proposals of the Cordiner Committee it is
,
bond if held nice A. Horne
3 years, would be USNR-R, at EV said in Washington.A .
3 percent, compared with 2-1/4 8.4457; Chief B. C. Dahlberg, With The
percent at present.HOWEVER Naval Reserve Training Center, delay in turning over the service personnel had a good --

PRESENT ownersof FL 9-1661; or Mrs. Gladys Cov- complete report to Defense Sec- understanding of the committee'
retary Wilson until late this ToastmastersChief
bonds will generally find i it ington at the NAS Senior BOQ. work and that the new career
month, means than he cannot
advantageous to continue holding The luncheon is planned for get proposals were well received b Chief William
drafts W. Blackburn
legislative to
the
Budget
them. For example, a $100E Saturday, March 9. It will be held most groups including junior officers -
Bureau much before was installed as a
April, !if new memberat
bond has a redemption value o fat 12:30: at the Roosevelt Hotel. then. who won't benefit immediately the Mar-Nav-Easy 7 meeting
) $79.20 when held two 4u* but will over a lon
and a hatCNO's t g- held last
"Why are you eating with The Budget Bureau probablywill term basis. The main complaints Thursday at the CPO

your knife?" have it another month, and apparently come from: limited Club.

Visit "My fork leaks." Congress won't see it until early duty officers who feel "left out." Toastmaster for the meeting

(Continued from Page 1) ....... May. After that, long hearings A "re-check" with EMs who attended t- was Ralph Davies. Table topics
carrier dock. However he must follow in the Senate and last summer's symposia were presented by Ed Gottliet.
the House, particularly before Fred Vinson
laughed off the suggestion that is a possibility. spoke en "Control
: : the House Armed Services Com. Your Mail Box"; Paul Reeves
on
the new missiles would com : .. The Navy so far is the only

pletely outmode the use of gun .,, mittee. service which went back to its the "Dependent's Contingency
warfare, remarking that guns .. "Ii.. CONGRESS GOES home in enlisted 'conferees with a reporton Act"; and Harold Rich spoke on

can accomplish much that missiles ti M 6:1' late July or early August, and ifby what could be done service- "Correct "Use of the English

cannot, and thecost of the ; ;" .., some chance the bill docs wide with their recommendations. Language

latter compared to guns can .. J I manage to get through and is Cordiner Committee members General evaluator for th$

never be disregarded. In fact, he _..r :. .' passed, Cordiner Committee said the Navy had done "a terrific : meeting was John Potfay.
thinking is that the effective date "
stressed the need for economy in job. *
should be about four months after .
4 .
warfare and defense, saying that \
Six
it is signed into lawwhichadds speeches and a Parliamen

it$100,000 would missile be foolish to use a : .\> up to about Nov. 1, if all AllNavyCont. tary Drill made up the long program
to do somethingthat for the
: 168th
goes well at all stages. meeting of
a $150 gun can just as well. '. The Committee is now tryingto ( from Page 1) the Navy Jax Toastmasters Officers .

Promptly on schedule,Admiral stem another major source of cruiting survived all eliminationcontests held last Thursday at the

departed NAS Jacksonville at criticism: the feeling of men in last year and appearedon 0' Club. Ltjg( ) Casey Jones was
1600, bound for Miami where he< "soft"' skills that they are being the Ed Sullivan Show withome acting president; First Lt Cliff

delivered a major address to the excluded from proficiency 10 other winners. Rodiferalso Gilbert was toastmaster of the
Miami Committee of 100 Tuesday pay made the Sullivan show in evening.
night. (pay of the next higher grade or
1955.
Y j either of the next two higher Table topics on "My Pet
grades which the committee pro The contest, open to all hands, Peeve," handled by Lt. Chuck

Shore Patrol Officer \ poses to give men in "hard" i is designed to discover, developand Boline, brought forth peeves

skills where it is needed to en encourage talent.It ranging from weather to women.
Goes Out After 26
courage reenlistments.) is anticipated that Navy : Major Mal Maloney conducted
Lt. Velmer Turner shore winners will embark on a six
pa TIlE MARINE CORPS welcomed the Parliamentary Drill, which
trol officer since December 1956,, the committee's proposal 1 week nationwide recruiting tour i proved, among other things, just

retired from the Navy Monday that two super enlisted pay beginning May 6. how fouled up a meeting could

after 26 years duty.A grades be established, but the Entry blanks may be picked up get without proper use of procedural
native of Depoy, Ky., he en- Navy, while giving official at Jax Air News, room 230, Main rules.

tered the Navy in 1931 and was blessing to the plan, has not Ad Building; Special Services, The
commissioned in June 1944. Dur said how it would use the two Building 930; and Service Information speakers program ranged ,
big his career he served aboara through the entire toastmaster
new enlisted pay grades. Office at NATTCenter,
dozen different ships and several The Navy, might devise a Building 500.oaa program, from Lcdr. VinceAnanias'

shore stations. "super chief rating system basedon advanced course
He participated in the defens the "leading chief" concept, "'ANIO BASE "Speech Evaluation," and Major

and recapture of Guadalcanal ; Or the"chief of the boat," No. 1 SHIELD A8 L.ES Lou Sartor's final basic speech,
[ .nnuaa I .aaia,: "Bye, Bye "
also took part in several Asiatic CPO on a submarine, might win Butterfly, to the Ice-
HO I SQQQ1099! 033 breakers
delivered
Pacific fleet operations during; the promotion to super chief. DKIIH I ERe _0aaa by Ensign
the war; and made nine submarine A field survey conducted by I.EAPED.RiAPI DS Gene Guazzo and Lt Earl Shun.

war patrols aboard the US;$, ... .... ..'.+&. the committee showed that most I A Capt. Tom Mooney spoke en "The
Skipjack and USS Sandlance. IM MOW.V A !life? Case of the Missing Brain" and
RAISING THE ROOF Slrt
,
-
------...---- a showgirl, is hitting the ceiling Comdr. "Isn't it wonderful how IT i LANE Capt. Bob Keller on "Spring
ENR
E A 16 is '
petty: "Your new overcoat 11 (In a New York Supreme Court little chicks get out of their M It.E: IE If; R. !i. Fever.
pretty loud Isn't !It?" telephone booth) and as a shells" 15 0 S RIG the
During
evening nominations
Billy "Yeah "but I'm plaintiff suing to prohibit use 1HIEIAIQI51 rereiTEf r
: donna ef her name on a fabric. Sid Son: "What gets me is how were held for new officers

buy a muffler. to go with...J\" ,stands six feet tall In nylons. they got In." (fAllswerto,Page?,PnizIe) t. to be,elected. on March T.Pace .