Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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First Fund Raising Campaign Begins Monday

Health Units,

J1-l X Freedom,

w Care BenefitThe i

first of three established

fund raising campaigns
to be held for Navy militaryand
''VOL-14 No. 49 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville, Fla 14 March 1957 civilian personnel in tho

Jacksonville area complex be.

gins Monday, with five na
Three Compete tional health agencies, Care
and Crusade for Freedom

In T oastinasters' ceeds.benefitting from the pro

r Armed with necessary kit,
Area ContestIf
hundreds of "Key Men" begin to
make their contacts within Individual
odds anything the
mean commands and units
Navy.stands good chance of
I during the drive, which will last
having a winner in the Toast for six weeks.
masters International Area
FIVE HEALTH groups have
Speech Contest tonight at -x, t ._ P4. joined hands for mutual con-
1930 at the :Plantation Restaurant venience during the first drive.

They are the American Cancel

The Navy, and its affiliates will Society, Arthritis and Rheuma
be sending no less than three tism Foundation, Muscular Dys
orators to the podium to competefor trophy Association of America
the "fur lined gavel" and a National Society for Crippled
chance for further honors in Children and Adults, and United
subsequent Toastmasters elimina f Cerebral Palsy.Solicitations .
tions. .. for Care and Crusade .

REPRESENTING the Navy for Freedom will! be con.
Jacksonville Toastmasters Club ducted concurrently with those of

(Officers) will be Major Lou the Health Agencies.
VIE IN TOASTMASTERS CONTEST The three local rtpresentlves in the Toastmasters Inter "ALTHOUGH there will be no
Sartor commanding officer of national Area Speech Contest slated tonight, sit in on a final briefing on rules and regulations offered exerted
pressure on personnel to
the Marine Barracks, who won by Lt. Ken Knolzen (second from right) of Naval Air Weapons School Toastmasters area governor
the "fur lined gavel" in recent and a member of Navy Jax Toastmasters (Officers). Gordon King (left), Supply Department donate under this new policy of
competition; Sgt. Don Mueller of employee, will represent the Navy Civilian Toastmasters; Major Lou Sartor (second from left), skipper charity'contributions, we should
AE School of the Marine Barracks, will carry the colors of the Navy Jax Toastmasters; and M/Sgt. Don not forget our moral obligationsand
representing Mar. Mueller (right) Is Mar-Navy-Easy 7's hope for honors in the contest into declared
lapse complacency
Navy-Easy 7 Toastmasters (En -
listed E-7)); and Gordon King the Steering Committee
VFP-62 Earns Talent chairman, Capt. William C
Supply Department employee All-Navy Entry "
who will carry the banners of Dunn. "These are worthy organizations
Honors whose work and research -
the Civilian Re-Up
Navy ToastmastersClub
of Jax. benefit all mankind. Their
Fleet recognition for a high Deadline Set March 19 work must go on and they need

TilE THREE, who were selected reenlistment rate during the all the support they can receive,'*

as a result of inter-club last six months of 1956 has Personnel planning to enter the All-Navy Talent Show he added.

competition, will be tossing their been given to Light Photog I trials March 22 are reminded that they have until March 19 The only other two drives per-
oratorical efforts against members I I to file their entries. mitted during 1957 are the Navy
from three other Jax clubs, raphic Squadron 6& I
The Jacksonville trials has Relief Society campaign In May-
including Downtown Toastmasters The achievement was made will be selected. June and the Community Chest-
been opened to Navy, Marine and
; Telephone Toastmasters; known in a letter of con- JACKSONVILLE radio and (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
and State Farm Toastmasters. Coast Guard personnel stationedas
gratulations from W. L. Rees television personalities will sit in
Contestants in tonight's con- far south as Lake Okeechobee; as judges for the Jax show,
Commander of the Air Force,
test will talk between five and west to Panama City and northto which is expected to draw some New Taxi StripEliminates

seven minutes on a topic which Atlantic Fleet. Georgia. This territory covers 30 entries. The contest is designed

was given to them at noon to The letter noted that the reenlistment most of Florida.CONTESTANTS. to discover, develop and Old

day. A panel of judges chosen rate in VFP-62 for ranging from encourage talent. No previous experience
from membership of the six the past six months was "sig- harmonica players and whistlersto or professional status i is I Traffic HazardA
competing clubs will select the nificantly higher" than that of singers and ballet dancers, needed-all hands arc invited to
winner. the Atlantic Fleet average over compete. serious car-aircraft traffic
will be trying for a chance to ap-
the same period. pear on the Ed Sullivan TV Entry blanks can be pickedup hazard, which has existed for

Commendation Given Officers and men !In the Show April 25. 4 at Jax Air News, room 230,, several years at the intersectionof

squadron were cited for their From the Sax eliminations Main Ad Building; Service In Albermarle Ave. and WrightSt.
To VA-44 Chief respective individual efforts scheduled at 1930 at Building formation Office, NATTCenter, ., passed into history last Fri-
which resulted in the ac- Building 500 Special day when a newly completed air- ..
William Mattlx MMC, of VA- 612, will be selected two acts to
complishment. Building 930 and Service Information craft taxi strip adjacent to and
44 received a letter of commen- compete for district honors ;
dation from Comdr. T. j. Taylor, Skipper of VFP-62 is Comdr. around April 17. Winners of the Office, NAS Cecil Field. tions immediately cast of the Opera
Building was officially
squadron commanding officer at Martin P. MacNair. District trials go to New York AH hands are invited to witnessthe opened.

a meritorious mast held during where the best talent in the Navy talent show at Building 612. The first aircraft to use the

personnel inspection last week. WEATHER OUTLOOK !I!>"'.,,....""I0&...( ..,..,."'._",.". ,.,..("''''''.....<<0.9>''''''w- -...,. ..._____ north-south strip was an ADS
Chief Mattix was presented a piloted by Ltjg) R. N. Bowling.
Friday Partly cloudy with
desk pen-set by squadron members
at a cost of approximately -
in appreciation of his service chance of afternoon showers. $347,000, the 75x1231foot

lie's being transferred to Saturday Cloudy with possible runway connects the main
NATTCenter, Memphis, Tenn.,
landing and take-off
showers. Ze: ;Wd ys'y1f': l runways
after two-and-a-half'' years with ; ( with the ramps used by the patrol
VA-44. Sunday Same. squadrons and Hurricane Hunters.

Included in the construction

are runway lighting and a 200x250
Albanian Countess Chooses foot quarter deck not yet officially -

I in use. The quarter deck faces

Navy To Settle DownCountess the north entrance of the main
T'a of the Operations Building!
t s Y< lobby where transients and armed
Yolanda Maria The- her Countess title was inherited forces
personnel report to Fleet
resa Andrea Emilia Alarupi, a from her mother, enlisted in the r E Logistics office concerning air
native of Korce Albania, is Navy in December, 1956. She passage to points north and south.
currently attending Aviation now makes her home in Natick, YdEf2 According to Rod Pinney, supervisory
Fundamental School's Class (P) Mass with her parents Mr. and y administration officerof

at the Naval Air Technical Mrs. Vasil Dimitri Stevens.A the Operations Department, the

Training Center. rare case in which a person new runway was originally pro-
Coming to the United States has joined the Navy to settle : ;- posed in 1950 but was not accepted -

from Brazil with her family in down, Stevens has lived in Italy, ________ _"""_' as practical until 1951
1951, she shortened her name to France, Brazil, and Albania. She A COUNTESS AND A WAVE Yolando Stephens, AA, a when it was included as part of
Yolanda Andrea Stevens. Miss speaks six languages fluently Countess from Korce, Albania, points out her birth place, to Bobby the shore station development
Stevens became a U. S. citizen in including English, French, Italian Parnham, of Central Files, at NATTCenter. Wave Stephens, or program. It gained final'approval
Countess Stephens, whichever prefer, is Aviation
you attending
March 1956. Albanian and Por
Spanish and was incorporated into the
Fundamentals School Class P, at the Center. She now makes her
Wave Stevens, who relates that tuguese. home in Massachusetts. fiscal program of 1958.Year's .



I Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 14 March 1957

J11KurS 'Spirit Of Naval Aviation' Bared By -I

Late Flying Hero 'Killer' Kane
t'ubltshet'f'1'1 Thursday tor Navy and Marine ctlvltlei at Naval Air ,
Station, Jacksonville Florida .. -

Capt. William S. HarrU NAB-, -Jad.loD\'llI.- ,., .. Commanding Officer of great in Pacific engagements won him names will amount to 40 on the
--1 .n m An
Comdr. Robert U. Smith ._.. ._..,._,_., Executive: : Officer decorations includingthe average, and so often
Fuel Jacksonvihl. enthusiasm for Naval avia- numerous my eyes
Rear Adm. Dclbcrt S. Cornwell ,__ Commander Navy Cross. will rest on a name that will
Capt. S. S. Scarcy, Jr __.__.. Chief o( staff tion and flying itself was re- mind re
Capt. Sidney S. Lawrence Fleet Air Wing Eleven Commander cently found among the ef- Prior to his death he was commanding of me the another naval avia_
Comdr. T. S. White ::=== :: :::::===-Chief Staff Officer fects of a Navy officer who officer of the aircraft tor same name.
Naval Ale Teeknlcal Training Center "Scarcely a day's
Capt. Charles I* Moore, Jr. ..,?-,-,?..-? Commanding Officer had given his life in the pur- carrier USS Saipan, a ship basedat operation goes
Comdr Wilfred E. Fleshman _Naval HospitalNABTV Executive: OfficerCapt suit of this profession. Pensacola, Fla.r and being by cident I don't relive some in.

Benjamin' N. Ahl Commanding Officer fledgling aviatorsin remembering a former
Capt Marcy Shupp _..-._ .._.._...,_.._.,... Executive: Officer The writer was the late Capt. used to qualify squadron mate, reliving 20 odd

Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer W. R. "Killer" Kane, who lost carrier landings. Kane years of flying in the Navy.
Comdr. William E Hardy Executive: Officer his life in a jet plane mishap on In his article, Capt. "AS I WATCH
I today's
wrote: naval
The SAX AIR NEWS ti published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. February 5, 1957. cadets and student officers
Jackionvllle, Florida, and printed commercially with appropriated fund CAPT. KANE, a 1933 graduateof "AS I SIT on the bridge of the fly
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXUS jvas. Rev. aboard the Saipan, and project
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the the Naval Academy, where Saipan during carrier qualification into the future
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the operations, I have a schedule what I know will
U. S. Naval Hospital. his football exploits gave him the be their experiences to
Service Information nn as though the Spirit of
Managing Editor Andrew II. Planey distinction during World dents who will attempt qualifications Naval
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack great Aviation is riding wing on the
Holmes.Fletcher.PHI; Lynn Weidman, JO3; John Isbell. SA; Ben Sylar, SA; Phyllis War 11 when his flying exploits for the day. The list of day's operation, and that we are

The SAX AIR NEWS is.a member of the Armed Forces Press Service '. 't AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted wlthouithe {
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other greatest dramas
matter except( by service publications, U prohibited without permission of
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. "When one is just starting to

Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension sprout one's wings the great
8346. 216 and 8164.Catholic.
thrills come tumbling one upon

another with each new
Chaplain i DJ\\: I E the air. "Flying is living! Afteryou've in

SER1/C.fS/ become 'a pro and have

Reports For Duty : '' developed a philosophy based

c ;: upon your love for flying I
All Saint's Chapel v i think it is rather a matter of.-

Lt. Dermot E. Kelly reported Sunday, March 17 eY t living is flying!

aboard Naval Air Technical 0930 Sunday School, three- O a ); M "This is not to discredit any

Training Center last week for year-olds through adults, Building other way of life, not to ignore

duty as the Catholic chaplain. 722; Service of Divine Worship the wonderful satisfaction of

Chaplain Kelly replaced I Chaplain Osman. x i { the home, the tender l lave of wife

Chaplain Martin F. Gibbons, 1100 Service of Divine Wor- j and children. That makes for the'ull

chaplain sinc9 February, 1955, ship, Chaplain Bartlett. and complete man. But fly-

who has been> assigned to the 1900 The United Fellowshipof '4''ii ing, per se, will make you a

USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)). Protestants, Building 804.() strong, reliant, considerate and

Chaplain Kelly, who makes Monday March 18 understanding man. It will make

his home in Brooklyn, N.Y., 1930 Singspiration, Chap' :of'nv' <'iyCv' _F'o; ___< _j? you a big man, ready to think

reported here from Transport lain's Office, NATTC. big and to act big."

Amphibious Squadron Six Tuesday March 19
Norfolk, Virginia.Commissioned 2000 Bible Study Group, _

a lieutenant All Saints' Chapel. II NAVY WIVESCORNER

in the Chaplain's Corps in October Thursday, March I

1952, Father Kelly holds 1515 Youth Choir Rehearsal --

various degrees from Mary Small Chapel. INVENTORS Mayo Bloomfield left), Sperry Gyroscoperepresentative
Jacksonville Navy Wives Club
Immaculate "Monastery, Gar- 1915 All Saints' Chapel and Charlie Shaneck, AE1: of Fasron 109, prepareto
rison, N.Y., and St. Anthony's Choir Rehearsal, All Saints put things in order on their bench functional tester for auto No. 86, met on March 6, at the
Monastery, Marathon, Wise. pilot Installed in A3D aircraft The two successfully modifiedthe clubhouse in Dewey Park with
Chapel. bench to allow easy conducting of classes and maintenance. reports by various chairmen
St. Edward's Chapel

Schedule of Masses highlighting the gathering

All Saints' To Sunday, March 17 Pair Designs Bench Tester A St. Patrick's party-dance i*

OG30 U. S. Naval Hospital planned for Saturday evening

Show Film On 0800, 0900, 1000 St. Edward's For Skywarrior Auto Pilotauto March 16, with music furnished

Chapel. .. by the Navy band combo. All

Confessions: Maintenance personnel o f members, prospective members,
Martin LutherThe 1830 2000 Heavy Attack pilot test bench to conformto
to Saturday and squadrons assignedto husbands and guests are invited.
Eves of the Jacksonville have the A12Y auto pilot system in-
feature First Fridays, St. Ed- area S e
outstanding length
film "Martin Luther" is to be ward's Chapel. until recently, been hindered by stalled BlOomfield in A3D aircraft. Shaneckand Mrs. Willard (Marion) Townsend -

shown in All Saints' Chapel Sun- Baptisms: the lack of a bench functional their lunch worked during has moved to Rhode Island.
after 1000 tester for the hour and after reg-
Sundays Mass. of the
day evening at 1900.() Sponsoredby components ular She had been an active memberof
A12Y working hours for nearly
auto pilot installed in A3D
United of Pro- of .
the Fellowship one.and.a-half months. the club for a number )'cars
testants, the service will be led by "Remember, my son," said his aircMt. She was bingo chairman last

servicemen in the Chapel activi- mother as she bade him good-bye, Charles Shaneck, AE1, of Fas- SINCE THERE are no complete year and pin chairman and assistant

ties. "when you get to boot camp, try ron 109, and Mayo Bloomfield, wiring diagrams of the auto pilot master-at-arms this year.

"Martin Luther" the dramatic to be punctual in the mornings, so i Sperry Gyroscope representative, Installation in A3D's considerabletime Mrs. Joan Glover accepted ap

story of the 16th century monk as not to keep breakfast waiting.. I have converted a standard A12 was spent in compiling the pointment to the vacated chair
Douglas Aircraft
who set out to find God's truth changes manship.Mrs. .
made to the A12Y the
and became the Father of the CIlO.SSWORD.PUZZLE. Sperry Fran Thorne, chairman of
changes to the A12Y
Great Reformation. AACROia 7 e i-- and the the "Not New" shop pick-up an-
the A12 to the A12Y
The incidents of this powerfulfilm 1-RmaJI amount' 1& III .y model. nounced at the meeting that she

story, in the words of the t-'endnr .word and her committee will make a
I-I.et fall this compilation the
N.Y. Herald Tribune "are no less z-Elat IS '1 original A12 collection in the CumberlandRoad
test bench panel
exciting and its terror no less real -Expresssur rise I" .. If was housing on Saturday
completely rewired
because the adventure is one of It-Bellow cor- March 16. Those living in this
15-lair n 21 sr respond to the auto pilot junc- of
ideas rather than physical melo- tion area should have donations
drama." Seeing this film is an unforgettable I-Ceremony 1$ ...: rq It Jot RELIABLE in an A3D aircraft. clothing, furniture and toys
w.: / information indi-
experience one to ready when the collectors knockat
M cates
sa that this is the first bench
be repeated again and again. it Shooting the door.
.... that
was even converted from
Z 4-MaturesXS -l.! / si C e
Chaplain Osman NAS
Chaplain ''Z
-lllchest to an A12Y system and the
announces that his series of J -Pkln W', New members accepted into
|I7-Nocturnal' / only bench in existence by a
sermons on "Christianity and 30=Clrl's, ,. "-. ... fleet activity. Additional the club include Mrs. Ralph
Symbols" will continue this Sun- *' nlckn.rqIiHealed benchesare Thomas (Mara
(Mary) Pate, Mrs.
t in
day morning at 0930. His sermon 'U-New Zealand> I .,a q .., 0 .s ... Y1 process of being con- Bennet and Mrs. Thomas
k. .. verted by
.. parrot Fasron 109 by direc-
topic will be "Crosses, Crowns, !l In irturUc. tsf 'If s. tions of ComFairJax.This (Jackie) Arterbury. Mrs. Sue
and Swords." This series uses as t-Jlhb (Lillian)
Ceynowa, Mrs. Stephen
Ifr-Kllled l7r' bench has
Its central thought the many 3e-A : fa I') valuable for not only proven Fedorskl, Mrs. Johnnie (Doris)

symbols to be found in the f: A eubiects = maintenance pur- Morris
:37-Trlnkc M.I !t..s .s. q a. poses, but has Davis and Mrs. Betty
Chapel. 11&-lIal..n. na were Initiated into the club.
-* l r Naplen whereby Bloomfield
I tt'-Nantl"' '.; t jr Toctfoq'J .:.t"r. /1-htiin'a has been i *
"t: boatd aIn lip I 1'u1l16 )]U-PIAC't, .nam... ,t able to conduct classes and dem-

Gales To Be New '!'tS-nurc\t'n-42-Wln Ilk i-<-,dwcipn OnoZ\ t 1-I'ar to.-af t\flob*T f ;I-Chlf'-Pounded artery i onstrations of the auto pilot toI I Repair Work FinishedAt

4s-ue In c1" *A, herotg" :_Wen* of Onf'.! Kind of> VAIl squadron personnel. Indoor Pool
SecretaryThomas 4>-...." .. t -,....,(, The
Navy -1'rH'11I vgemlreeroue, *J -Uanlnh metal dust covers of the : The NATTCenter indoor swim
,0-Provide c Rte' ending ston *,/- lo-6.parat mre gyro units
S. Gates Jr., now Un- -Pllaatrr Ar 1-C nterplec<4I Ln p \ ", were replaced by ming pool which closed for a
U-Wlntn"fh !e i -Kledce Tb' (pl.)1 AmbaMaI1+r clear plastic covers fabricated at week for repairs was
will major
der-Secretary of the Navy [- V
[ t1op CS-Sales .
!=.ConJu.n J tf.nf1.llCJ.! _7-A stn .a'\lr :.:r+ "p Overhaul and Repair department The pool, located -
April 1, when Secretaryof ; ] f' opened Monday.
step up .. OO)f N; f''r. romis : !. to aid in
the Navy Charles E. Thomas .)-. Yll lL-.SAg. ,"aQce..Qfc11DIiD .(' ,, -jJllii{ the observing the action of at Building 614, had its filters

resigns the post. (Answer on Page 8, Col. 5) class gyros during test and during and drainage system re-
instructional periods. paired.


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11'+.(<.. :. :: : :t .. ; ..:f' > '.i\\ .' ': : ;. :-.. ':'.- ": VF-32 Gets

SupersonicCrusader! j


With the arrival Monday at \

NAS Cecil Field of three F8U

Crusaders-the Navy's hottest

o. operational aircraft-F i g h t e r

Squadron 32 became the first in

the Navy to fly the supersonic I


The faster-than-sound planes

: were flown in from Patuxent
River Md., arriving at 1617 Mon-

: day. Pilots and enlisted men of

the squadron had been at Pa-
j ;!
: tuxent for the past two months
>.., r' lLtV,,,-. \ .. ..(!., ,. ,
getting checked out in the

i& :: Crusader which flies at speeds of

_w.,__..__........_,<"--.w..m. ..n.'v. .. \ ,, ____....__.m ..n_... .._..._......._, .......... -.... .... ,jI more than 1,000 miles an hour,
yet also can fly at comparativelylow
CRUSADERS ARRIVE IN JAX Fighter Squadron 32 at NAS Cecil Field received three of the Navy's hottest planes, the FfiU speeds required for aircraft
Crusader, early this week when squadron pilots flew them here from NAS Patvxenf River where they; have been In familiarization
I training since January. Pilots who flew the Crusaders to Jax are shown In Inset. Left to right are Lcdr. Roy; Johnson; Comdr. GordonC. carrier landing operations.
Buhrer, commanding officer of VF-32, and Lt. Howard Rutledge. A huge crowd of spectators from other squadrons, as well as VF- DESIGNED TO improve the
32, swarm around the Crusaders for a close look at the Thompson Trophy; winner of 1956. Navy's capabilities for control of

the air in areas of sea operations,

Solon Seeks Separate Status For AGO GraduatesAid the Crusader was first revealedin

June, 1955. It is characterizedby

'I Professionals In Civil Service JU Library and its simple trim,structure.uncluttered Equippedwith design

Certain professional and scientific Civil Service personnel may Class 5701 of Aviation a two-position wing, the

SALTY HUMOR FROM receive sizeable increases in pay if legislation sponsored by Chair. Ground Officers School at slender, sweptwing fighter com-

HERE AND THERE man Johnston of the Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee NATTCenter donated $28.90 to bines a powerful engine& in a

I is approved by Congress. assist Jacksonville Universityin lightweight airframe to achievethe

Ltjg( ) "Now, suppose you Engineers- scientists- account. The scales would purchasing books to providea greatest possible speed con-
dark ants, medical doctors, dentists new pay range library that meets univer- sistent with shipboard operating
are on your post one night.
from $5,070 in SPS-1 to a
a year
Suddenly a person appears from hearing examiners, attorneys, judicial top of $19,000 in SPS-14. sity standards.The requirements.The .
officials fiscal represented a wing configuration
auditors money was
behind and two arms
wraps The bill is strongly backed by
around you. What will you call architects psychologists geographers employee surplus in ttje' class fund at kept under a tight security wrap
then?" military intelligence officers professional groups. AGO. Upon graduation the for more than a year but is now
Senator Johnson has also
Recruit "Let go honey." patent examiners< patent sponsored Ensigns appointed Ensign in quantity production in Chance
attorneys physicists chemists an average percent pay Arnold Poltenson custodian of Vought's Dallas, Texas, plant. II
reclassification bill for the
astronomers, electronic technicians the funds and requested that completed its carrier qualification -
Scene: Barracks "F. rest of the Government's classified
electronic researchers and he make arrangements for the trials aboard the USS For-
Characters: Two PN3's."Got employees and a l,500-a-
other professional .groups wouldbe donation. restal in April 1956.
a pen I can borrow""Sure raise for postal workers.
year pay
removed from the Classification THE TWO-POSITION wing,
thing Pal.
Act and placed under a new which is hinged at the rear and
"Some paper, too?
"Guess so." schedule to be known as the Shine Up Your Shillelagh raises in front for takeoffs and

Scicntic and Professional sched- landings, makes it possible for
"Going past the mail-box when
ule (SPS). 'Erin Go the fuselage to be almost parallelto
you go out? Bragh' Sunday
"Uhhuhl""Wait The pay raises would range a flight deck or runway while .

from $1,500 to $4,500 in the pro- "Ah fath 'tis St. the raised wing supplies the angle -
til I finish this letter. y begorra, Patty's Daye Agync!I'.
posed SFS schedule over and of attack necessary for flight.
"Okay. above present salaries for these And the day all good Irishmen ning of the 18th century. Today Other valuable features- of -the

"Lend" me a stamp. jobs under the Classification Act celebrate as St. Patrick's Day is celebrations have grown until wing design are ((1)) it permitsuse
March 17, the date of his deathin it's almost a national holiday. of an extremely short land-
"What is your girl's address? 493.
AMONG TilE many traditions ing gear, saving weight; and (2))
Meritorious The Irish who have always which have grown up about the the short gear makes all com-
Seaman "They say that girl been slightly filled with a certain partments of the plane readily
life of St. Patrick, is the famous
you introduced me to is pretty Mast amount of "Blarney," started accessible for maintenance and
hard eh?" Capt 8. story of how he drove the snakes
St. Patrick's in
celebrating Day
servicing between flights.
from the Emerald Isle. It seems
Airman third "Hard is right.It America about the begin- .
would take a diamond to makean To O&R ADI along that after getting all but one of

impression on her." had no previous helicopter the snakes to leave, the old VA-44 Preps

S Albert Bevan, Apt, of the maintenance training. snake refused to go.

Sailor "Don't bother me. I'm ready-for-issue helicopter main- His citation reads in part, St. Patrick begged and
writing my girl" tenance department of Overhauland "your devotion to duty is the pleaded with the old snake to NavyGun'nery

Marine "But why are you Repair, was given a merito- more to be praised because, with- leave but he refused. Finally, St.

writing so slowly?" rious mast last Friday by Capt. out formal helicopter training, Patrick had a box built and invited Meet

Sailor "She can't read very William S. Harris NAS com- you have studied, worked out the snake to test it. The

fast." manding officer, for outstanding difficult problems and situations, smart snake refused saying thatit Comdr. T. J. Taylor and a

0 performance of duty. attended forums and worked was much too small group of his famous "Hornets"are

A rear admiral and a captainwere Bevan was cited for "setting an with determination to become AFTER A GREAT deal of bickering leaving this week for Lee-

walking down the street. example for hard work," and for capable of meeting the high I the snake finally agreedto ward Point Field, Guantanamo

They met many sailors and each setting up a training course for standard required in helicopter enter the box, but only to Bay, Cuba in preparation for the

time the captain would salute, he those working under him who maintenance." show St. Pat tha{ it was too "Navy Weapons Meet" which

would mutter, "the same to you." small. As soon as he got in, St. will be held at El Ccnlro, Calif.,

The admiral's curiosity soon Patrick threw the lid on the box the first week in April.

got the better of him, and he Ra nailed it shut and threw it into The pilots selected for the

asked: "Why do you always say the sea. meet were: Comdr. Taylor; Lt.
that?" (jg) P. P. Marsha; Lt J. B. Ra-
The is similar
legend very to
The captain answered: "I was Arabian der; Ltjg( ) J. S. Willis, and Lt.
an Night tale about a
once a white hat and I know fisherman and a genie (jg) J. D. Keating.
what they are thinking. They will be supported by aground
Among St. Patrick's more religious crew made up of: F. A.

A small boy, leading a donkey legends is the story of Ingram AOC; N. Y. Laquilia,
how he used shamrock illustrate
a to -
passed by a group of recruits at A02; R. L. Bennett A02; J. F.
boot camp. A couple of sailors- the mystery of the Holy Zccckine, ATI; Goodhew, A01;
I2 Trinity. He said that the three
to-be wanted to have some fun LLr W. C. Jones, A03; J. R. Dawson,
leaves represented the three
with the boy. per- AD3; P. J. Holland AMI; E. A.
"What are you holding on to sons of the Trinity and that the Miller AE1; B. B. Wilkinson.

your brother so tight for, sonny?" k-: stem on which the they grew represented AK1; F. G. Bergeron, AN; W. A.

said one of them. k'w godhead and was Staley, AD2; J. C. Laiturl AN;
typical of the unity of the threein
"So he won't join the Navy," + J. E. Kenney AD3; W. Q. Bird,
R t one.
the youngster replied, without h '.)4 : n AN; J. H. Galton ADI; B. J.

blinking an eye. WHATEVER the legends about Benton, AE3; K. D. King, AT3;
him St. Patrick remains one of C. R. Wallace AD2; T. E. Fitz-

"No," growled the quartermaster 4'U' the most popular saints or per gibbons AM3, and W. II. Smith

"you can't have a new pair of sonages in modern history and AMCA.

shoes.The pair you have are not .n. jllr: l ... his "day" is a holiday for millionsof While at Leeward Point, the

worn out. MAST HELD FOR 'COPTER MAN A meritorious mast Irish people the world over. team will practice "over the

"Not worn out," cried the recruit was held Friday; by; Capt. William S. Harris, NAS Jax commanding St Patrick preached and shoulder," rocket, and high and
"I don't know about that. officer (left), for Albert Bevan, ADI, of the ready-for-lssue; helicopter taught in Ireland for many years low altitude dives complexes in
maintenance department. Bevan organized a 'copter main-
Why, if I step on a dime I can tenance course for personnel under him and has set an example by; building churches and organizing preparation for the coming meetat
feel if it's heads or tails. his outstanding performance of duty. parishes. El Centro.


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Pane 4Terrible JAX AIR NEWS 14 March 1957--

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2 Share Graduating

: Termites Defy Home Sprays; Honors At AE SchoolDale J

I Soles, AEIAN, of Cof-

BestThis Kan., and Carroll -
Professional Control Measures feyville,
; Crane, AEMAN, of Shawnee- O
c !
) town, 111., shared honors
( Is the second in. a series .....,. .,.. ..,. ,.. '.".. !: :...=: r I' class of
I i" .If11f"r.
'' Ii graduating
!1 :" 'N r," r"r':,h/II'f,'I''If''HI'1fl.r !! .H / /! {, 'llI1IImIt'I"'II'WI. { last week's
T "I. +'I, !1 !, I""i1 :; : r,h '+1'I r rl I'" ; I., : i1 This Saturday
II I /
III mlu.fII.qrll/m/f 1/JP1 11/// / evening
\ ; ,
articles ,,, Yi, ( j the
1' o/ weekly on household, ;' "" (/ .' MateSchool's
lflfr//, H !/ ( .i'II"'M r tI"/i 'ftJ1 ; Electricians'
;/ ; ; ,, I lr{ ://It':; ;'I.'llil'liilI(;'il/l/! !r1, 1 ; {!' + '/. ir !r:.II 'I the Aviation CPO Club features the
/ :
and other insects and their control 'I '1'1.? / .. .II! .III. f' / / '. ( '//;:.t9Y' ::1''. '/ NATT annual St.
.' /IlrIIZ/II/I'I" II! ",: A at
/11/ .
., / ,;' / r'1.( Class ( )
1 1I'i{ : /, .i.111 'I '1.1 1./
./ Ii'. / Patrick's
'' Day Dance
I' 'i" I" I in
I in. north Florida. "I I 1 J1 "tA the club
) 1 ,..'1' "; ''I' : ;i'llIff4 : tmlMi'Mi'lil1.f.1.:: !:;; ,1r J/. \/, Center.
1 :4r i f:; :,( ;;:'Ii :.'I"f f;: 1'I.N' g'11 '! ( !.: I' }.. / ; rrt ';rl. ballroom. The orchestra \" ill
Thousands of when ? J'IU'i I c'I" ,1'1 'GJJ/ 1 j. ,1'+ I took honors in the
i r
ago :
years 'I"
? .
; /:, Soles
II, ),;\Ii'i, I' ., : .. lit'' .' '{ili."i!/: I'II!'I I :" H'ill// J.I' II' '" I : play dance music from 2030 until
America's primeval forests : ; ;1' Phase while
: '
j. : ;1 ; ? / : 1. ;; '' ; 'r Instrument 0030) to celebrate the
the paradise of the insect population r/ / 1 ll / \ : Crane won honors in Mechani Wearing of
;: the Green.
the termite lived lushly onFlorida's 'f : ;! ; ":: : :: ;;, ;
: .:.li" ", ...11 '' II'r. cal.Soles No reservations
'n'f are
dead wood and decay- /'l'' I' I' 1 .1 .' ',.. :: who joined the NavyIn required
': .. :" > : .1. ,', for this event but
: : patrons
: : been
ing vegetation. ;d ::1. "." ....,: June, 1956, has assigned are
After the arrival of the white p. ;:! ;1 '" ., ( : to AEW 13, PatuxentMd. requested to wear a "bit of
.. ;. '1.// ': Everyone is Irish
man, with his penchant for clear- \ ': : \ : ., while Crane, who joinedthe on St.Patrick's .

ing the woodlands to make way ':'. .;:,. I.'l. : '.' ,, :,1,' .: 'i'f"!: ::7 ':;::: / .: \\ Navy in July, 1956, has Day.

for log cabins and frame dwell- j" .{. .1 ; ', been ordered to NAAS, Whit- The grand opening and dedication -
ings, the termite was deprived of '> ;r rr' i ir : ing Field, Milton, Fla. ceremonies of the beatutiful
his food and < : newly constructed and appointed
normal supply was Aj' ,: : .
forced to turn to a diet of the ; ,,: :, cocktail lounge on the first floor

man-made structures. The suc- ... ;,, Dancing Lessons Set of the club, will be on the even-
t t'
cess of this maneuver is known 1 ing of April I.
Officers' ClubA
only too well to Florida property :.1/,1,1.1/1 I,) ,' ; : ; For Further details will be promul.

owners. : : : : a 'f; series of 10, two-hour les- gated weekly relative to this
: : "
at the
WHILE' OFTEN called "white .. .. ., .,; ,. .. .!.' .. ., sons in dancing will begin splendid addition to the CPO
\.,. i...'.. ::'" .. .. .... .." ,. '. .. m. .. .. .. Officers' Club Thursday, March
: Club. The festivities
ants, the termite is much more that are
closely related to the durable FLORIDA ENEMY Here are the subterranean termites, 14, at 2030.Application. now in the planning stages in
real Florida home-wreckers. These winded adults have abdomen can be made throughMrs.
roach. The confusion lies in the connection with the grand
broadly joined to thorax and wings extending considerably; past
fact that termites, like ants, are the end of abdomen. Edwards at EV 8-8941. Ing is expected to be an event

social in habit, live in colonies long remembered.
end have four wings. However, ground forces, treating the soil
Initial tryouts for positions and
the VF-31 ClaimsNavy's
under the house and around Cecil-Based
\ ants have slender constricted
,. a practice for the CPO Club softball -
waist joining the abdomen to the foundation with paris green either -
team held last Mon-
body, while termites are stocky in its concentrated form or Oldest' DistinctionThe day on the were NAS diamond. Any
diluted one to. one with pyro-
fill the like the Russian
way, shouldbe E-7 interested 'in trying out for
phyllite. The paris green

peasant.Few Floridians however worked into the top three or Fighter Squadron Thirty-One, horseshoes. The youngsters flew the team should contact Chief
Tex Goodson the coach Chief
famed 'Felix the Cat" insignia
with four inches of soil. aircraft and also
really concerned the waistof kites and model ,
which dates back to Jim Lane, the team manager, at
the termite when the floor of Dry-wood termites, who are squadron enjoyed a special Kiddie Show at
extension .
his What devoted to bright lights 1927, making it the oldest in the 369.Saturdays
house is at stake. makes carry on the movie theatre.
the biggest impression is that an active night life preferably in Navy, held "Open House" last VF-31 is a part of the U. S. At- ; Sundays, and holidays -
there attics floors and furniture. Saturday for members of the the club serves breakfastsof
are 13 species of termitesin dry lantic Fleet Air Force and has
this and They be controlled by squadron and their dependents.The all types at nominal prices
state, these are divided may paInt- the distinction of being one of
into two major groups: ing infested areas with five per- squadron is based at NAS the first squadrons assigned to commencing at 0900.

subterranean and dry-wood. In cent DDT in deodorized keroseneor Cecil Field.A the Navy's first aircraft carrier, The club will feature the An-

addition, the subterranean ter- squirting the solution into the day's program began witha the USS Langley (CV-1) back in nual Easter Egg Hunt for children !-

mites are sub-divided into true wood by means of an oil can. formal personnel inspection by ,1935. At that time it was des- of E-7's on Easter Sunday,

.subterranean and damp-wood This should be done at least Comdr. J. E, Tefft, squadron ignated as VF-1B. In WWII, April 21. Patrons will be advisedof

termites. A single house in Flor- several times, meanwhile keep- commander, and included an informal 'then designated VF-3, it partici- all details in the weekly club

ida can be infested with all three ing all openings into the house tour of office, shop and pated in the Pacific Theatre bulletins. Many prizes (all

types, but not long. After that covered with fine-mesh screeningto hangar spaces, a display of the where it was awarded the Presi-. donated) will be awarded the

the termites move on to the exclude the winged termites at armament system of the F3H-2N dential Unit Citation. In the lucky children.

:nearest structure still upright. swarming time. Post beetles cane (Demon) aircraft flown by VF- Korean War, as VF-31, it was .

THE SUBTERRANEAN ter-; > treated the same way. 31 pilots, a demonstration of awarded the Korean PresidentialUnit Time Talent
mite might be compared to the If none of this works, call in a parachutes, and various additional Citation. Big

Neanderthal man in that it real- professional. Actually, by the equipment and facilities used .

ly has no sense of refinement. It time all the poking and squirtingand by the squadron.. The squadron has made three For Branch 126'sBenefit

follows the easy way of soft inspecting is done just onetime Mediterranean area cruises with..
wood in the annual growth rings most people decide to do noonday; barbecue was held the Sixth Fleet, the latest as---a- ShowFive

I' and lines the walls with dirt and this anyway. for hosts and guests in the picnicarea part of the North Atlantic

excrement. They also build them- Next week: All About Chinch followed by sports includ-
Treaty Organization (NATO) in nationally prominent entertainers -
selves shelter. tubes out of mudwhich Bugs. ing baseball, volley ball andy the winter, spring and summerof will headline the big
lead from the ground to -
1955-56. Benefit Talent Show, sponsoredby
their galleries in the wood. This
The Demon, a McDonnell Air- Fleet Reserve Association
protects them from light, atmos-
craft Corporation supersonic Branch 126 and Ladies Auxiliary,
phere, exposure to enemies and
turbo-jet 'fighter plane, was first to be held March 29 at the Jax
provides them with a quick
received by the squadron last Baseball Park.
Y ,
get-away back to the cool moist
.ground. Damp-wood termites December. Now fully equippedwith Slated to be on hand are

live in dead wood which j is the F3H-2NS, VF-31 is Vaughan Monroe, well known orchestra -
ready. leader and vocalist, who
; damp, but not rotten.
Dry-wood termites, on the other a.- will act as master of ceremonies;

; hand, like it dry and always keep Real Fellowship Al Schact, baseball's funny man
their runways clean and smooth. who has thrilled millions; and

They care nothing at all about I Is Purpose Of Micki Marlow, Gloria Mann, and
I the soil, but live luxuriously In Dick Roman, recording artists.

I furniture, moldings and hard f1 The two-hour benefit show,
wood floors. They eat holes the All' Saints' Group proceeds from which will go to

I size of shot, and leave small 7j A new organization is being Duval Chapter of Muscular Dys-

piles of sawdust-like material as formed for the women of All trophy, will also feature several
) evidence. This is rather stupid, as Saints' Chapel. top notch Jacksonville talent, including -

1 it always betrays them. They are The first meeting will be on Navy personnel.One .

I also aloof in their ways, preferring Monday March 18 at 1000 in the of the features of the

I to be let strictly alone and Small Chapel. Purpose of the show will be the presentations of

1 resenting it fiercely when furniture : :/ organization is to create real fel- awards to winners of the Navy
J is moved about too often.
lowship and unite all the womenof Log model ship-building contest.
I 'THE BEST WAY to control the Chapel, and to help Tickets for the event are now
I termites is,. obviously, to keep mote the spiritual, educationaland on sale and can be obtained, along
V I them out of the house. This
social welfare of the Chapel. with detailed information, from
be done by destroying all tunnels Speaker for the first meetingwill any member of Branch 126 and
i leading from the ground to the
be Mrs. Kenneth Knoizen Ladies Auxiliary 126.
wood, and if possible installing who will speak on the subject, .

termite shields between the .. "Christian Faith in Says Jack: "What made you go
< a World of
foundation and the house to ;i>;. Revolution." into the Navy, Tom?"

} keepthem re-establishing con- Mrs. Knoizen, the wife of Lt. I "Well," replied Tom, "I had no

i tact with the ground. Inspection A. K. Knoizen of NATTCenter is wife, and I loved war. What made

; also should be made of exterior: _*--.v_ a busy housewife with.. three, you join the Navy, Jack?"
and interior surfaces of founda- small ---- Well." he replied. "I had a
AN EISENHOWER VISITS Eisenhower children, who feels that -
Earl that Is
was a I
tion walls and pillars, floor joists visitor at NAS Jacksonville last Thursday. Youngest brother of women play an integral part in wife, and 1io ed peace, w

and foundation plates, at the President Eisenhower, Earl toured facilities at NAS Jax and the life of any church and com- went to war."
tame time poking the wood with visited aboard the carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt docked at May- munity.
an ice pick to see how sound it is. port. A Chicago newspaperman, Eisenhower was staying in St. Mrs. Tefft will act as chairman for
Petersburg when he decided to see the base. Here he is shown Ira Curtis will begin a the meeting. A short refreshment
Spraying does no good at all. climbing aboard one of the Navy's A3D Skywarrior jets for an series of short Bible studies on I period will be held at the begin-
attacked by
The termites must : inspection. the Minor Prophets. Mrs. Brumll ning.Lr .



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Tech Training I :::: ... .ff: 'i; VFP-62, VA-45, Fasron 109 Report

Chief Inspects i" I

h.' J:,. Scouting i Squadrons

NATTCenter ft,... .'

;jii i: VFr-G2
Adm. Frank Akers, Chiefof :. is an active member of the
Rear ':. .:" The new fleet 1 photo laboratory,
;:: Little Theater. In the recent
Air Technical Training,
Naval if ifI now under construction here at
I production of "Charley's Aunt,"
reviewed the
inspected and 4,000 the Naval Air Station has been
Navy and Marine Corps person- assigned to Light Photographic which ended Sunday, Solimcno

nel of the Naval Air Technical Squadron 62 for operational and performed> excellently in the

Training Center last Friday, to administrative control. leading role of Jack Chesney.

conclude the annual weeklongadministrativematerial I The lab is designed primarilyfor In the other plays in Jacksonville -

inspec- i support of VFP-62 and VAP2 "Mike" has portrayed

tion which was conducted. by his but will also service NAS and Howard[ Bcvins in "Picnic" and

staff. other fleet units in the Jacksonville Eddie Brock in "Born Yesterday -

The Admiral arrived at the area. Facilities for camera ." Before entering the Navy

Training Center at 1300 and went repair, air intelligence and photo in November 1955. Solimeno had

Immediately to the parade interpretation are projected for four years of acting in an amateur -

grounds where the troops' were construction at a later date. group in New York, where

assembled. Remarking that "the Squadron insignia decals are he had roles in 16 stage productions -

officers and men looked fine," now being issued to each memberOf -

Admiral Akers and his party left : .' the squadron for use on their Lcdr. Raymond Wall reportedto

to conduct an inspection of the -:. ., automobiles. The decals will Fasron 109 for duty from NAS

barracks at the Center. 6.0:.I7 .- enlace the metal tags previously Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Lcdr.

After holding the inspection, used. Wall will assume the duties of
ADMIRAL'S REVIEW Rear Adm. Frank Akers (left)
the Admiral delivered a critique Emmet Rodifer, AN, was behind ASW officer and Operations officer -
Chief of Naval Air Technical Training, and Capt. C. L. Moore, Jr.,
1o heads of departments and commanding: officer of NATTCenter Jax, review Center person- the footlights once more .

training officers of the Center. nel during the annual inspection last Friday. this time playing the role of Henry Pearson, AN won the

Admiral Akers and his staff departed Charley in the San Marco Little Golden Gloves novice heavy.

the Station for Memphisat Outlook Brightens For Employees' Theater production, "Charley'sAunt. weight championship here at

1530. ." Garry Safford, PHAAN Jax last month. Henry's brother,

Health Insurance CoverageFederal another squadron devotee of Ronald, an AN also of Fasron

With The thespian pursuits was assistant 109, and a middleweight went to

employees may get the health insurance blocked last director of the show. the semi-finals in open class

year by opposition of Blue Cross-Blue Shield groups, through pas Latest safety addition for boxing, winning one and losing

ToastmastersThe sage of a bill now under Congressional consideration members of the line crew is a i one, then won the Sixth Naval

The new plan gives Blue flight deck sound attenuating District title and the South Atlantic -
charging of Lt. Bob Hall mediate pay raises for Classified
Cross-Blue Shield a share in the I helmet which offers protection Regional title for open
and Ltjg( ) Hardy Rose as mem. employees with any changes in against the damaging effects of class boxing.
bers of the Navy Jax Toastmas- coverage. the Classification Act to come supersonic sound waves. The
New aboard
tcrs this week brought club mem- TilE AMERICAN Federationof later; ((2)) labor-management bar- caps come in red, green and men reporting
Kenneth AN Truman
bership to 30, the maximum num- Government Employees, larg- gaining bill; ((3)) annuity increases yellow, complete with huge bulbous were Gibbs ;
Mallard AN Wilbur Luch-
est of the Government unions workers ;
for retired Federal
ber allowed. However there
each side designed
are projections on -
several associate membershipsopen I is backing a plan that would allow ; and ((4)) protection of salariesof to deaden sound.VFP62's ard, AA; Richard Bills AN;
employees to take out medi blue collar workers when James Craig AN; Phillip Lukens,
to officer interested in
any "happy hoopsters"received
AN; George Shaw, AN, all reported -
cal insurance with organization
his any their jobs are downrated throughno
improving speaking ability. a handsome trophy for for duty from Coral Sea
service company, cooperative fault of their own.
Election of officers last Thurs- employee association or in- being runner-up in the finals of II (CVA-43). Bruce Pendleton,

day with Lt. Bill Barren elected I The Govern- wta the ComFairJax eliminations AEC reported for duty from VA-
surance company.
president, and Col. Emanual ment would pay part of the cost aw' held on base recently. After 12, and Silas Givens SII2, reported -
Timm and Capt. Bob Keller playing four games in the short I for duty from Intrepid
perhaps up to 50 percent of the
named as vice-presidents. Lt. span of 28 hours the squadronteam E. D. YN3
premiums on the basic phase and (CVA-11)) Carr returned -
Chuck Boline selected was downed by a strong
was secretary to duty after completing
all the cost on the major-type
; Ltjg( ) Ron Moreland, features with the remaining part FAWTU quintet from Key West. 10-weeks course of instruction at
treasurer and Lcdr. Chuck Hudson, AA, was selected -
; Clancy deducted from the employee's the Naval School of Justice New-
Rich sergeant-at-arms. checks. from the team to join the port, R. I.
pay ranks of FAWTU's roster and
Lcdr. Dan Horne was table-top- would continue after J. P. Adams AD2; C. D. Tem-
Coverage travel; to Norfolk, Va. for the
icsmaster for an interesting few retirement, and would be ex- big contest. perly, AD3, and D. B. Craddock,
minutes, with each member port to NATTCenter, Memphis,
tended to cover major expensesof Recently reported in from
peaking on a subject divulged to of hospitalization a AD2 received their orders to re-
long periods
NATTU, Pensacola, was Ltjg( )
him only after he rose to speak. medical bills that For a course of instruction at the
and huge can George A. House.
Colonel Timm was in charge of ruin savings. The plan would Y ME S 'AT" school for change of rate

the program, consisting of three give coverage up to $10,000 a year VA-45 from AD to AT. R. C. Watts AD2,
speakers-Lt. Bill Clark speakingon and members of received his orders to the Naval
for employees THE BIG NEWS around han
"Its True Because I Read It Station, Kwajalein for duty.
their families. gar 114 is the winning of the
In The Newspaper;" Ltjg( ) Ron
TilE CIVIL SERVICE Com- ComAirlant weapons competition -
Moreland t tion" on "Union Monopoliza mission is also backing a pack- E- tJ 4t by VA-45. After the scores of VP-5 Tests 'Wartime
and Lt. Dave Beesley on ,
age-coverage plan not too different competing AD squadrons were
'The -
Lethal Weapon. from that of AFGE. In fact compared it was found that the Efficiency' Via ORI
The t
next meeting will be the
several health insurance bills "4 and 20" Blackbirds of VA-45

Lou Area Speech Contest with Major have been introduced in Congress were on top. Patrol squadron five operated

Jax Toastmasters.Sartor representing Navy but there had been no I'N During the first week in April; under "simulated wartime con

committee action to date. the Black-birds will send it's ditions" earlier this week while
AFGE is also backing. ((1)) im- "Hot Shots" to El Centro, California -
The Mar-Nav Easy-7 Toastmasters performing an Opernational
to compete in the All-Navy
at a luncheon meeting at the Tuesday's program with Gordon competition. The "Hot Shots" are Readiness Inspection.The .

CPO club last Thursday, cancelled King talking of "Robert E. Lee"; n led by Comdr. G. Goodwin and squadron was mobilized at

the program for the day Don Moran, "Boy Scouts";; Tom i include Lt II. A. Ten Eyck, Lt and
0200 Monday started an assumed -
with the meeting devoted to the Forrest, "Autobiography"; and s J
E. S. Fay, Ltjg( ) T. E. Morton
election of new officers Bill Clearman, "Better Understanding -i "ANGEL" Barbara Atkins. and Ltjg) C. A. Pearson. The emergency deployment to -
Howard Heck was elected of our Constitution." native Australian, was crowned includes dive bomb a pre-designated base in the
of the Air Force"In competition British Isles. Upon completion of
President. Other officers are Roy Evaluators were Leonard Eu- "Sweetheart
rockets and
ing, glide bombings,
a photo beauty contest con- the "deployment," VP-5 commenced -
administrative vice- Sil-
banks, Rod Pinney, ducted Jointly by Universal- low altitide loft bombing.The .
president; Harold Rich, educa- vey, and Lawton Green. "Er" .International and the Capitol squadron's success is con launching 12 scheduled

tional vice-president; Phil Mc- counter was Ernie Newberg, Theatre In New York. The title tributed to the excellent anti-submarine warfare flights
Creddy was Inspired by the new film per- at four hour Intervals.An .
sergeant at arms; and while Ray Datres was timekeeper. Dabs Is a for formance of it's maintenancecrews
nary lIarville, secretarytreasurer. Carl McCranie acted as "Battle Hymn. additional sixth aircraftout
mer model and swimming star. especially at this time
toastmaster. Topicmaster was to become an American an assigned Formation Min-
She hopes when the squadron is busy trans-
The new officers will assume Walt Stanul. citizen. ferring and receiving aircraft ing Exercise. A total of 12 P2V
their duties on April 4. "Neptune" aircraft participatedin
from NAS Quonset Point, R. I.
The next regular meeting will the sea-exercises.
The Blackbirds wish to
be held March 21 at 1830 at the Navy Wives Sponsor 'Ozark Jubilee'Jacksonville their good wishes and hopes convey fora At the same time, various drills,

CPO club. Any E-7, On active speedy recovery to Edward H. testing the squadron's ability to

duty or retired, interested in Navy Wives contests- with prizes awardedto Maxwell ADI, who Is a patient at cope with emergency situations,

becoming a toastmaster is invited Club No. 86 will sponsor the winners. Contests will startat the U. S. Naval Hospital with a ; were conducted. The squadron
to attend the meeting. 1900 with the Jubilee to fol. fractured clavical. demonstrated its ability to per-
"Ozark Jubilee, featuringRed
a tickets, whichare
low. Advance Transferred from Forty Five form both efficiently and successfully
Navy Civilian Toastmasterswill Foley, at the National priced at $1.50 and 50 cents last week were George L. Bar while under "pressure.""

turn out enmasse for the Guard Armory March 19. for adults and children respectively -
nard AD2, W. S. McKnight AE3 Fleet Air Wing Eleven measures
area speech contest tonight at A real live'wire show,Tues- will be availableon and W. G. Baker A03. Good luck its squadrons "wartime" efficiency -

the Plantation Restaurant.At day's performance will also the base. Admission at the in your new duty assignments. through the ORt Each

Tuesday night's session itWas star Wanda Jackson, Smiley door will be $2.00 and 75 cents. squadron undergoes this rigoroustest

decided to hold the next Brunettee, and Bobby Lord A portion of the proceeds Fasron 109 prior to deployment ''atrol

meeting Tuesday, March 19 at There will also be a jitter- I from the show will be used Michael Sollmeno, AN has had Squadron Five is scheduled foe

1930 at the Cumberland Road bug contest, a contest for the by the Navy Wives for their important roles_ in several plays an overseas deployment to. the

Housing project. prettiest girl and pie eating [varied projects. here in Jacksonville, where he near future.L .
speakers highlighted

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Candidates Still Sought

lit. wr x

; For Flier ]Baseball Nine

The cry for ballplayers for ..
big strides in the pitching department -, w
the Jax Navy varsity'baseball Yt

t, squad is still out. Pre-season since reporting as a t
raw rookie in the spring of
practice sessions are being 1954.

intensified but candidates are
\ Other holdovers 4Y
'. still welcome to try,out for a include Ray
berth on the team. Winstead, pitcher; Charlie Davis, .
outfielder; Pete Tenerowiczj second tk
Coaches are leading the dia-
baseman, and shortstop Bob _
mond hopefuls through exercisesand -i
Boub. 4 -__
conditioning drills with an An attractive card is being -
eye on having the club, in A-l v-'
drawn up with Mason Field -t_ -
physical shape prior to opening bleacherites being assured of _
Drills being held daily
day. are
top-notch baseball for this year.
from 1530 to-1730 at Mason Field.
The schedule was incomplete at d ,
FORTY MEN answered the press time but contains many sc

first call several weeks ago. Vol- outstanding service and college

untary dropping has pared the nines.

list to twenty-three hopefuls.No OPENING SERIES for the

positions are set at this Fliers i is March 27-28 when they

time, and it's further emphasizedthat battle American International

new men are welcome to College at Mason Field.

try out for any position. Espe- Included among the Fliers'
cially needed are experienced opponents this are: Jacksonville SEASON'S HARVEST Members of the 1956-57 edition of the Jax Navy boxing squad displaysome
year of their numerous trophies. The Jax Navy pugilists won the local Golden Gloves, Florida
pitchers., University, Ithaca College AAU and Sixth Naval District team championship! From left are: Lawrence Howard (VP-43)),
ONLY FIVE men are return- The Citadel Parris Island Golden Gloves Open light-heavy champion, Ronald Pearson (Fasron 109)), CND and South Atlantic
ing from last year's team, with Palm Beach AFB, University of Regional middleweight champion; Henry Pearson (Fasron 109)), Golden Gloves novice heavyweight
three-year pitching veteran Tampa Fort Gordon, MacDill champion; Hob Perkins (VFP-62)), coach; Lt. W. C. Lyons, Special Services Officer at NATTCenter;
Chuck Phillips (Fa. roD JL09), trainer; Jim Humphrey (Fasron Nine), 6ND featherweight champion,
Frank- Jankunis heading the list. AFB and Patrick AFB. and Don Dowtns (Special Services), Golden Gloves novice featherweight finalist.
The youthful portsider has made

Jax Skeelmen Tcnnismcn Open Marine Five

JAX AIR Season SaturdayThe

At SPORTS Tips Barlow;
Runners-up Jax Navy Tennis Team !

NE.WSEnsigns will open its campaign this
Ends Season
Puerto RicoThe h... Saturday, March 16, when it
faces the University of Floridaon
The NATTCcnler Marine basketball -
Jax Navy varsity skeet
I the Boone Park courts at I
team took second place honorsat 1330. five closed out a success-

the Inter-American Open Repeat As Center ful season last Friday when they
Jax coach Hunter Bell has
Championship Skeet Match held defeated the cagcrs of Barlow
announced that nine matchesare
at San Juan Puerto Rico last Fri- AFB; 79-63.
scheduled for the afternoon's -
day and Saturday. Don Holman tallied 18 points to
Basketball six and
play, singles
The San Juan Police team won three doubles. lead the Marine attack, giving

over Jax by only three birds himself a total of 672 for the sea

while third place was taken by a in the NATTCenter intramural basketball league con- son. Holman had scored 28 the

Puerto Rican civilian gun club. cluded last week with the Ensigns from AGO taking the championship. Flier Spikers previous night when the Marines

Ken Pendergras (VW-4) won ... bowed to Lakeland in the State
The Sparkles from AviationElectrician's AAU tournament.The .
the Inter-American Open 20 for 25 and Joe
hitting teammate With
Mate School scored
Gauge Championship, breaking Floerke hit for 24. Impress NATTCenter quintet con-
99/100) targets. two victories in the final week, cluded the year with a record of

The Jax Navy team will have and spurted to fourth place in the THE MARINES from Aviation FSU VictoryThe 28 wins and 14 losses.

another crack at the San Juan standings. Harley Sheets scored Fundamentals garnered second .

Police team when they meet at 25 points as the Sparkles took place as a result of a forfeit Jax Navy varsity volley- ComFair Takes LeadIn
the measure of the Storekeepers, from NAWS School, which was
Dallas Texas in the Pan-Ameri ball spikers swept a best-of-five)
7064. Jack Barnes hit for 24 unable to gain a victory in
can shoot, April 2729. tussle from their old-time ath- Mainsido BowlingVA44
points for the losers. league play. The Support Splinters letic foes, Florida State Univer-

CAG-17 IN THE FINAL game for the were also the recipients ofa sity, Friday night at Mainside is no longer atop the
Cops Top SpotIn
forfeit this the En-
Electricians, the'y battled the being by 1 Gym. Mainside Intramural Bowling

Mainside Gage Loop Ordnancemen and came through signs from AGO. This impressive victory over loop as ComFairJax won all of
64-62. FI..I 8te.dia6eWon their four in last week'splay
Lost the Seminoles, who are one of games
CAG-17 knocked VFP-62 from
The Storekeepers swept 'an 85- AGO 11 2 the top teams in NCAA volleyball to take top spot.
top place and took the positionfor AvFund 9 4
in intra- 55 decision against the Marine SupSlIn .9 5 indicates that Jax Navy has With VA-44 in second place,
themselves the only
mural basketball play at Main Aviation Detachment, and placed AK AK 8 8 6 5 one of the finest teams in this VP-18 and FAW-11 still hold

side last week. fifth in the standings. Jack MAT S 6 11 circle. third and fourth positions in that
Barnes was again high man, order.
Volley bailers are working out
Team mates Jim Steel and Bob
daily in preparation for the The standing as of March 12,
.Whaly] with 13 and 12 points respectively I
Miami State Tournament which 1957..
lead CAG-17 to a65-
50 victory over VFP-62. Roger% will open March 30. STANDINGS '

Sullivan and Jack Harrison each There are openings on the VA-44 TomFalrJax 2C 16 4<

with 14 were top men' for the squad at the present time and VP18 21.,
}'A W.1t :20 R
losers. all interested personnel are invited Special Smlcei It 9

STANDINGS to try out any day next Operations Jaron 10\1\ 19 18 10 9
CVC 17! "t week at 1100 in the Mainsidegym. VF-173 n 9
Hospital K 1VAII32 Hospital! 17 IT
2 taetu 17 11
II 2 VF171 1'1 J3
.... 6' 3 e The squad now includes out- MARTD Jrt l 12
Fasron 8 3 VA-172 9 7
'asron 109 .4 7VPS standing players such as: Coun OR Officer 12 1210'1'62
3 6 try Winstead, Thumper Loper, \' "C It 12
Marines 3 8 VW-4 12 n: 15
Medical 3 9 Ben Hall, Louis Callahan, Jim VW.4 fl 14 18

-VP's 2 8 T N Donnelly, Harold Walker, Don VAlt-311 Dispensary 11 10 1?
X 0 9 Brassfield and "Jump" Smith. Marine "B' 12: 20
Kmron 6 "A
MAW.11 8 10 18
4Sporls. VAII3 tl Id ]g
1. Waves jo/ 18
Slants Communication! 9 17'
Freelancers Vic VFP-62 "S"' 9 19
Marine "G" 8.n.
Off the backboard: Vince Bor- VW-4 Officer 6 22
In MeetThe Lri Fasron 6 "A" 3
la, coach of the New York Knick-

Jax Navy Freelance Bow- erbockers in the National Basket- rebounders last season, scored 31

hunters held their weekly intra- ball Assn., has served in both the points as the Pensacola (Fla.)

squad shoot on the NATTCenle w Army and Navy. In addition, the Goshawks defeated Great Lakes

range last Sunday with Rose : fF i former Knick star was also a NTC, 111., 84-83, snapping the

Weatherby capturing top honorsin Middie at the Naval Academy Bluejackets' 11-game win streak.

the featured Broadhead round, 4 The Columbia-Cornell basketball Diamond chips: National

shooting a 515. game in New York was the League umpires Tom Gorman,

Paul Underwood placed second, "most broadcast'" in Lion history Bill Jackowski and Stan Landes

behind Weatherby, with a 497 and ..-- -- -_- with both the Columbia and Cor- officiate basketball games in the

Jim Casey finished third with a YOUR EYE ON THE BALL John Loper center) nell undergraduate stations, off season NL arbiter Al

score of 476 gets off a good spike for Jax Navy as Florida State's Bob Miller NBC's "Monitor" and Armed Rarlick, a Coast Guardsman dur-

.... The Bowhunters will hold another makes a stab for the ball in last week's Jax Navy-Florida State Forces Radio Service carrying WWII, is reportedly in good con-
intrasquad shoot this Sun- volleyball match. Despite an excellent showing by the strong Sem- the Ivy League contest I dition after sitting out the 1956
Inoles, Jax Navy's spikers defeated the collegians, five games to '
day, March 17, on the NATTCenter three. Standing by for action are Flier spikers Harold Walker (22) Ex-Maryland star Bob Kessler, season because of a mild heart

range at 1400. and Ben Hall (tI.) one of college basketball's top attack .

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I 14 March 1957 JAX AIR NEWSBACKBOARD rage 7 !\


The Jax Navy Fliers, Sixth

K Naval District title-holders, split

even after second day's play in

tlr the South Atlantic Regional bas

ketball competition at Bainbridge)
NTC this week.

Jax Navy started strong by

subduing Corpus Christ! NAS,
{ r 123-67. Dig Bob Kessler of Pen-

sacola, one of four men added to
the Fliers squad for Regional

play, hooped 53 points in leading "

the way.

Tuesday, Jax Navy was trippedby

I host Dainbridge, Fifth Naval

rr $jK I District champions, 8164.

_ I The Fliers were scheduled to
meet Corpus Christi again Wed-
r, o r a nesday, results of which were

J' not available at press time. Loser .
/ of this match will be eliminated.In .

Waves competition Jax

Navy opened with a 46-32 win

191 over the Corpus Christi lassies,
Eighth Naval District champions.

Y However, Norfolk's Waves upended -
.-- ...:
the Crackerjax on Tues
WHO SEZ WEAKER SEX? Ann Cooper (14)), Jax Navy, day, 4342.
and Jean McDough (7), Tensacola, scramble for the ball during
:action in the final game of the Sixth Naval District Waves Basketball Corpus Christi and Jax Navy
Tourney last week at Malnside Gym. The Crackerjax of were scheduled for a dO- r-die
Jax Navy swept the two game series to retain the District cham in Waves play Wednesday.No .
pionship. Other identifiable players are Virginia Hudson (left) and
BATTLE Backboard action got healed at Carolyn Johnson ((6)), both of the Crackerjax. results were available.
last week's Sixth Naval District Basketball Tournament at Main- .
side Gym. Tom Salvino ((25), lax: Navy, appears to be getting the
better of the deal in, a tussle with Pensacola's Tony Karpawich
((22)) for control of the ball. This is first bit action in the final Fliers Again Capture 6ND Cage Honors;
fame of the tourney, in which Jax Navy won, 84-71. Other players
are Chuck: Holies (17)) of Pensacola, Ernie Stewart (behind Holies),
Jax Navy, and Dick Wilson (23)) of Pensacola.

.Mfr ---.;' Set Sights On South Atlantic RegionalsThe

Jax Navy Fliers, having copped the Sixth Naval District Basketball Tourney for

the second consecutive year, are now at Bainbridge, Md. competing in the South Atlantic

Regional Finals) which began Monday.The .

Fliers clinched it Thursday in season's play, pounded Glynco
night by decisively beating the Navy ,into the losers' bracket 7'ollrllulIlClIl.corcs

pre-tourney favorites, Pensacola with an impressive 115-48 vic- nut Hound
Navy Goshawks!, 84-74, after hav- firw Cove 70, Key Wont Navy 54.
tory. Jax Navy 75, Memphis Navy 60
ing edged by them the previous This left Jax Navy and Pen- I'ensacofa. Navy 115, ,Jlynro I Navy

evening, 50.48.TOUItNEY sacola Navy, who was idle, undefeated 48 Second Ilnnnd
Jax Navy 37, Green Cove 36.
play got underway in tourney play. Key West Navy 71, Memphis Navy
t Monday with the Green Cove MEANWIIILE in the losers'bracket 07.
t5. ,
Green Cove CO Clynco Navy 42.
: Dullets tomping over Key West Key West had dropped Third Hound
% $ zr green: Cove &. Key Went Navy 51.
: Navy, 70-54, dropping Key West 71-67 while
Memphis Navy, Jax Navy 50. l'( .lIRl'ola Navy 48.
into the losers' bracket. Green Cove eliminated Glynco Heml FliaUFensacola
Navy K3 Green Cove 60.
The Dullets went on to face Navy 60-42. I Final
tr Jax Navy 84. Pensacola Navy 74.
Jax Navy, who had earlier beaten With four teams remaining,

} Memphis Navy, 75-60, and bowedto Green Cove went on to knock .
the Fliers in an action-packed Key West from the tourney witha EM Wives Ten Pin

37-36 fray. Pensacola, unbeaten 68-51 win.
Z Lead To StinkersThe
+3 a
Going into the final round defending -
> J champion Jax Navy met Stinkers lengthened their
Jax Air News unbeaten Pensacola Navy and lead in the NATTCentcr EnlistedMen's

mm'T..' __.ym ..........y.< ,,_ the Fliers! scored a thrilling two Wives bowling league by
RETAIN TRAVELING SILVER Capt. W. S. Harris, commanding Staff Selects point victory, 5048. taking three straight games from
officer of NAS lax: and host for the Sixth Naval District the Pin Pals.
Basketball Tourney, congratulates Frank McCaffrey, Jax Navy 6ND AllStarsSam BY. VIRTUE of this, the Gos-
coach, after the Fliers sucessfully defended the District crown. hawks and Green Cove met in a Sue Taylor of the Trailers
lax Navy dropped Pensacola Navy, 84-74, on the final night of Hollingsworth, rangy match which would give the rolled the high game of the week,
competition. The trophy shown is the Sixth Naval District Basketball Green Cove Springs field general winner another crack at Jax a 191.
Championship being retained this year by
Traveling Trophy
Jax Navy. Also admiring the silverware is Comdr. L. D. Campbell, captured first place in Navy. Stinkers 2 10Trailer.
NAS Jax Special Services officer. balloting for the Jax Air News Pensacola won easily, 83-60, Woodpeckers ::11 19 U IStixiiecs !
Sixth Naval District All-Star only to be defeated for the sec- 14 19rho
Annual AvFund basketball team. ond and deciding time by the lt'al' U 1
Spring Keglers : i; 20Kool
Staff members of the Air Fliers, 04-74. Kati 11i 2L-
Cup Tourney News, who covered the tour- I
Post Unbeaten ney from beginning to end, i
To Begin Mar. 20 cast selections for the honor Crackerjax Cagers Gain '

team. The squad varies slightly -
The annual Station Spring Keg Loop
from one chosen by game

Cup Golf Tournament will get John Durner and Red officials. 6ND Hardwood Laurels "

underway Wednesday, March Greenwood paving the way with Hollingsworth, former Ole
20, on the Naval Air Station Miss standout, carried an oth-
links. season's averages of 173, the erwise so-so Green Cove quin. After having successfully defended the Sixth Naval Dis-

bowlers of Aviation FundamentalsSchool tet to third place in this trict Waves Basketball title, the Jax Navy Crackerjax are
ALL MEMBERS of the NAS Class P captured the Intramural year's tourney currently defending their Regional crown at Bainbridge- Md

Jax course are invited to Dowling crown at Chuck Rolles, 5-foot, 7% Should the defending cham- of the most successful teams to
participate. NATTCenter, posting a final markof inch Pensacola guard, got pions win the Regionals, they'llgo ever come out of NAS Jackson-
56 wins and no defeats. second place. Rolles holds on to All Navy where they
ville the Sixth
Entries must be in by records whilea will also be defending the title won Naval District -
several scoring
March 19 and starting times The AvFund team was the first they captured last year. Championship, went on to
member of Cornell's Ivy
for all to ever complete a season without win in the Regionals and coppedthe
flights will be postedat TilE. JAX NAVY Crackerjaxwon
the suffering a setback. League quintet. All Navy title. Followers are
golf shack. Tom Salvino and Frank De- the 6ND championship for
NO QUALIFYING round is Team leaders were: AvFund, Ment of Jax Navy's championship the second consecutive year by hoping for a repeat this season.

required as participants will Burner & Greenwood, 173; AK, squad and Dob Kessler of twice defeating the Pensacola Members of this year's club

be divided into flights ac- Frieze, 181; NAWS, Hughes, 162; Pensacola garnered the re- Navy Gossettes. now competing in the Regionals

cording to handicaps. The AE, Tarplay, 167; SS, Johnson, maining berths on the Jax Air Tourney competition opened are: Mary Leatherwood, Carolyn
Championship flight will be 163; AGO, Pontius, 149; AO, Sieg- News first team. with Detty Rush and Carolyn Johnson Ann
composed of the 16 partici- ler, 151; MAD, DeVito, 166. ND ALI STAB QUINTET Johnson leading the Crackerjaxto Cooper, Sophia

pants with lowest handicaps.A NATTC IM BOWLING felvla. K P Ja J>e..iiM Na..U TKriilrr a 40-32 win over the Gossettes.The Sayatovich, Virgina Hudson, Sue

trophy and prize will be AvFund School Won W oAK Ilolllni. *rth C (.rre. Cove second and final game wentto McLain, Nancy Gibbons Naomi
VJ 14 ltoll,. (} IVn.MoUUfMrmt the Crackerjax by a 48-33 i Shildmeier Margie
awarded the winner of the School 22 G Ja. Navy Spangler,
championship NavAlrWeapiTO AK School 26 30 t Seevad trams ClrUM. Jax' Navy. margin with Johnson and Rush Detty Rush, coach Betty Deno
flight while the Wil.f. renac U; Karpawleh.c.Peamrolas ,
winner and in other AtfONhool1 SupSpllnteri 21 29MurAvDtt K...Uf, Memphis; again showing the way. I and Lt. Joann Zoolc" officer-in
runner-up .. J\I..,.
flights will 11:1. G dir lax: LAST YEAR'S Crackerjax, one charge
receive prizes. AO School 1 5:>



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,Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 14 March 1957

Up The IEil1.lD

LADDERWith For Rent

Gar. Apt. Furn. for Cple. $60 Mo.

CiviliansOn : Orange Pk CO-4-4772.

the promotion roster effective Rm. Pvt. Bath. 1516 Seminole Rd.

Feb. 4, 10 and 11, were Y ;:: EV95060. Holloway.

32 employees, 18 from Overhauland 2-Rm.. Eff. Apt. 650 Park St. EL-

Repair Department, eight 5.5987 after 5 p.m. or wknds.

from Supply Department, and Wilson.
six from Miscellaneous Depart- Front Rm. 2517 Myra St. EV7.

ments. 3909 after 5:30: pan. Simmons

-Bdrm.. Apt. Orange Pk. CO-
Promoted at 0 & R were Thor- t r > AN -
9215 after 1600. Ext.
8151. Page.
wald Aune, inspector electronics
equipment third step to inspector For Sale

aircraft electronics systems third tv -Bdrm.. Use. 5103 Ensign Ave.

step; Louis Barilla, aeronautical (Venetia Ter). Pay'ts $50 Mo.

,engineer GS-9 to supervisory t' EV-7-3185. Laurenzano.
< (1oY y4/ jY )vN k )yF d dQ'0'di 4. / /xY 'f. ,
aeronautical engineer GS-11; W..i 2-Bdrm. Hse. GI Equity. $42.50

William Coker, guard GS-3 to Mo. Murray Hill-Lake Shore.

.guard supervisor GS-4; Herschel t EV-8-5437. Dalton.
5-Rm.. Use. and
Conner, inspector electronics acreage. Old

equipment third step to inspector : A "WILDCAT" VISITS Many; a. grey; head snapped around in a double-take last week at the Townsend Rd. EV-7-6839 after
aircraft electronics systems third : sight of a stubby little monoplane parked among the sleek Jets on the Operations Flight Line. The 4:30: p.m. or Ext-2481.. Lyles.
step. "Wildcat" FM2, first-line Navy; fighter at the outbreak of World War II, carried the brunt of the 3-Ft. Landola Trlr. Thompsons
ERNEST DURHAM I battle until replaced by; the newer "Hellcats" and "Corsairs." Still flying: in Composite Squadronsin Trlr. Ct. Lot #39. Ext-8371.
guard GS- the final phases of that conflict, the little fighter disappeared from the fleet at the end of the Wright.
'3 to guard supervisor GS-4; war. This trim model, owned by; Al Whlteside of Jacksonville, has been modified to carry passen-
Donald Field, inspector electronics gers, and is certificated to carry; five persons. Normally; operating.out of Imeson Airport, bad weather Miscellaneous\
equipment third step to inspector forced a landing at NAS Jaz. Sale or Rent: 2-Bdrm Hse. Lake

, aircraft electronics Shnrn. F.V.R-R727. ... *7.*! \1n. .
sys T ---
terns third step; Louie Fletcher, Recipients Announced In Mainsidc Barracks Claraton. ,
_guard GS-3 to guard supervisor lias LineA Wanted: Ride from San Juan and
GS-4; Elbert Jones, inspector Lake Shore Blvd to NATTC.
electronics equipment third step new "direct" telephone to 0730-1610. EV-9-3630. Ext. 488.

to inspector aircraft electronics Civilian Fishing Contest Western Union's downtown of- Carter.

systems third step; John Milton, fice has been installed in Main- Wanted: Riders from 19th &

inspector electronics equipmentthird side barracks to aid enlisted per Liberty to NATTC. 07301610.
Bi-monthly prize winners in
step to, inspector aircraft caught in the St. Johns River. sonnel in sending telegrams. EL-6-6277/Ext 8289.
electronics systems third step. the 1957 Civilian Fishing contest The new phone is installed out e

Frederick Mueller, inspector have been announced by the The entry prize, an ice-box and II'side the Master-at-Arms office in
electronics equipment third step committee, with all prizes goingto water jug, went to W. A. Wood- barracks "G.M CAT

'to inspector aircraft electronics employees of the Overhaul and ham, for a two-pound, one-ounce .

'systems third step; Donnie Nel- Repair Department.In speckled perch caught at Red all entries are eligible for the To Meet With

son, inspector electronics equip the fresh water division, Water Lake. drawing for the entry prize.

ment third step to inspector aircraft winners of tackle boxes were The committee asked that contestants Prizes for the March-April Fleet OfficersNine

electronics systems third Harry King, 0 & R, who caughta check their entry blanksto contest will be:

step; Joan Rutkoski, typist GS-2 12-pound black bass in the St. be certain that they are com- FRESH WATER division: topics of major import.

to stenographer GS-3; Wilson Johns River, and Mrs. Charles plete in their entirety, especially Black bass, men's prize, fly rod once to all fleet assigned officers,

Sandefer, inspector electronics Erwin, for a nine-pound, two. the correct measurement of and reel; women's prize, spinningrod regular and reserve, will be discussed -

equipment third step to inspector ounce black bass caught in the the fish. The measurement is to and reel; children's prize, : tomorrow and next week

,aircraft electronics systems third Oklawaha River.J. be made in accordance with the tackle box.Bream by the ComAirLant Officer Ca-

step; Charles Sexton, guard GS- E Morton, was the winner Field _and Stream regulations, men's prize .fly rod reer Appraisal Team.
S to guard supervisor GS-4. of a fly-rod for his catch, a one- i.e., measured from tip of nose to and reel; women and childrens' These subjects are of particular

JAMES SIT ERWOOD, inspector pound one-ounce bream, caughtat fork of tail.EMPLOYEES prizes, casting rods. interest to USNR officers com
electronics equipment Salt water division: missioned since the end of World
Lake Santa Fe. I
were urged to
third step to inspector aircraft Speckled trout, men's prize, War II.Squadrons.
IN THE SALT water division give their families the opportu-
<< based at both NAS
electronics systems third step; salt water spinning rod; women,
a Coleman lantern was awardedto nity to participate, in view of the
Cecil Field and NAS Jacksonville
William Smith, helper machinist Coleman lantern; children, cast- ,
C. W. Anderson, for his six- fact that only one woman was a are currently being scheduled
third step to toolroom attendant ing reel. by
pound 12-ounce trout prize winner this month and
second Red Bass men's salt the ComFairJax Career Appraisal
step; and John Tye, inspector prize,
caught in the Inland Waterway.Lee there were no children's entries. Team in Building One, extension
electronics equipment to water spinning rod; women,
Roberson, was the winner ota Contestants were also reminded
592. Unscheduled units will be
inspector aircraft electronics service reel; children, casting
systems -
third step.Advanced Shakespeare Service reel for a that all fish caught should be reel. contacted during the first weekin
six-pound eight-ounce red bass entered regardless of size, sinceELECTRONIC April by the AirLant Team.
_at Supply Department THE ENTRY prize will be a
Discussion of the nine
were Floyd names, super swivel boat scat cushion type topics
vising procurement officer GS-7 preserver.The takes approximately two and one-
to supervising purchasing half hours, during which time all
agent name of committeeman W
questions will be
GS-9 answered. Ques-
; Evelyn Beatty, clerk-typist II. George, 0 & R plant division, tions
arising afterwards should be
GS-3 to procurement clerk (typing -
has been omitted from previous referred to the
ComFairJax CAT
) GS-4; Emanuel Budil, file reports of the Civilian Fishing Team.

clerk GS-2 to property and sup- committee activities. J. L. Nelson The
subjects Retention
ply clerk GS-3; Mary Dukes, : replaces M. L. Hallbrook as arc: on
active duty as USNR
augmentation -
property and supply clerk GS3to :1
representative of 0 & R disassembly Naval Air Reserve Training
fiscal accounting clerk: GS-4; i division and E. J. Davis
job satisfaction
program as applies -
Wynelle Gardner, clerktypistGS2 I
will represent Public Works
to security promotion
to clerk-typist GS-3; Bes-
transportation. shore rotation education
sie Green, procurement clerk .
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benefits, retirement, and the Navy
(typist) GS-4 to purchasing
1 1Y of life.Supervisors.
Year's First way
agent GS-5; Rose Rizk, clerk-
-0 S 0-
typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS
Cont. from Page 1) Association
3; and Kathryn Robinson, clerk
'". typist GS-2 to clerk-typist: GS-3. United Fund in October. Holds Meeting Tonight

PROMOTIONS in Miscellaneous THE THREE drives will be Regular monthly meeting of

were: Jay Kicklighter, firefighter conducted in compliance with! the National Association of Su-

general GS-3 Security the Approved Policy and Program pervisors, Local No. 11, will be

Department to fire fighter general for Fund Raising within held tonight at the YWCA, 325
GS-4 Security Department; the Federal Establishments, with E. Duval St. '

Betty Adkins, clerk-typist GS-3 "true voluntary giving" as the Results of the meetings with

Fical Department to time, leave theme. BuAer and OIR personnel will

and payroll clerk GS-4 Fiscal Department Under the new method and be reported, and'a number of Interesting

; Gaither Glass, fiscal policy of contributions, all hands articles will be broughtup.

accounting clerk GS-3 Fiscal Department make donations in the initial All members are urged to
to supervisory fiscal drives via the envelope system attend.
i acounting clerk GS-6 Fiscal De gl' Na The first drive will be concen-

partment. trated within command and unit E OlftOPaaoou

Dorothy LaPan, clerk-stenog level, with appointed key men
rapher GS-3 Operations Department selected to make the persona 1 R YTN

to clerk-stenographer GS- contacts and distribute envelopes I I OHUJHUUMQ

4 Operations Department; George Contributions will be placed in OBCia GOR2JQ31

Jones, guard GS-3 Overhaul and envelopes and picked up by ke y BfflUHH aaua tinaa,1330unu

Repair Department to ware- men, or can be mailed directly t o A TN
houseman first step Supply Department the charitable organization.

; and Roland Nadeau, MOONBEAMS This drawing: shows how the ----+..-----
messenger GS-l Overhaul and Project Vanguard earth satellite will be tracked by; radio receiverson "Did any of your family eve NI AT
the ground. Highly; sensitive ground receivers, being built for make a brilliant marriage?" o
Repair Department to fire fighter the Naval Research Laboratory, will pick up faint signals from the "
general: JGS-3 Security Dept. 20-inch man-made moon as it circles the globe "Only my wife. (Answer to Pare 2 Puzzle11'111' )

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