Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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TOPS IN ATLANTIC FLEET Fifteen pilots from three Carrier Air Group Four squadrons have been selected from all Atlantic Fleet fighter and attack .
squadrons to represent Air Force Atlantic Fleet In the 1957 All-Navy; Air Weapons Meet Forming the designator CVG-4 are, reading counter clockwise from top .
I (C) Lt Harold Wellman, LtJgr( ) Demetrlo Verlch, Comdr. Tom Coppedge;"(V) Ltjgf( Charles Conrad, Ltjic( ) Bill Dellart, LtJg( ) Ted Morton; (G) Comdr. Theron II
Taylor, LtJg( ) Pat Marsha LtJg( ) James Willis; the dash, Comdr. Glendon Goodlng; (4)) Lt. Hubert Ten Eyck, LtJg( ) John Keating, LtJg( ) Charles Pearson, and LU
Jack Rader. Missing\ from the photo Is Lt. Ed Fay; 1 1r

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JflK w flJ .mllis CVG-4 Sends 3 Squadrons .

To Air Weapons MeetAir

VOL-14 No. 50 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Ha. 21 March 1957 Force Atlantic Fleet hopes in the 1957 All-Navy Air

-- --.- Weapons Meet at NAAS El Centro, Calif., slated for April
1- 5 will rest heavily on three squadrons of NAS Jackson. 'I

ville-based Carrier Air Group Four. '

Advise Shots Attack Squadrons 44, 56, and makes it more'remarkable
Fighter Squadron 43 were chosenas
"Pilots in these squadrons have
three of the four top Atlantic
For Polio worked hard to achieve an out
Fleet fighter and attack squad
rons to vie for championshiphonors standing gunnery andbombin" .
record which has resulted in
Immunization in naval air weapons
their selection," Rear Adm. Del-
against the same class of Navy
bert S. Cornwell CommanderFleet
All naval personnel and their and Marine Air Force Pacific ,
Air Jacksonville declared.
dependents have been urged to Fleet squadrons. ( ,
"Pilots and ground crewmen arc
immediate inoculation against
FOURTH ATLANTIC Fleet to be congratulated for their partin
polio by a BuMed Instruction. : I
Es; Navy representative, in addition achieving this phenomenal and
Shots are available at the NAS to two Marine squadrons, is VF- unprecedented naval aviation accomplishment -

dispensary for personnel jip to 33 based at NAS Oceana, Va. ," he added.
the of 30.
age The fact that three of the top PURPOSE OF the Naval Ait-
The recent BuMed Instruction
Atlantic four are Jacksonville, is Weapons Meet is to select squadron -
points out that due to the un-
predictable movement of person- unusual, but with those three weapons teams which displaythe
from the same air group, that most efficient and productive
nel they should be immunized
because of the possibility of being methods of -air combat training.
sent into "hyperendemicor Pacific Fleet squadrons won over

epidemic areas. To delay im- r- Air Raid Atlantic Fleet units last year, but
top individual honors went to Lt.
munization until such a transfer
is imminent is to deprive the in- Warning Set Harold N. Wellman of Jax Fighter

dividual of maximum protec <::.<__....._<..>>.1" .. For Test Squadron {3.
.tion." Monday This is the second All-Navy air
$1,000,000111 CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT. Gwenlyn Jane
The shots are given in three BenUy; DK2, of NAS Disbursing, makes the l,000,000th deposit to When you hear the Station's weapons meet, but the first to include -
doses over a. nine-month period the Jax Navy; Federal Employees' Credit Union. Accepting the deposit claxon give out with a longer- conventional and nuclear
and full protection is not realized and giving a receipt is David Williams, DKC, one pf the than-normal blast at noon weapons. Comprised of five pilot,

until the last shot is given. Credit Union collectors.AllNavy Monday, March 23, don't become each team will be supported by

Rear Adm. B. W. Hogan, alarmed. 22 squadron maintenance .person

BuMed Chief, who issued the In- Talent Show Two blasts of 15 seconds each nel.
struction, further pointed out from the "horn" atop power Unlike the 1056 meet which
that the polio disease strikes at house No. 2 will be soundedto (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)

all age groups-not children test whether the claxon is
alone. lie said the attack rate Set Friday At 1930Jacksonville suitable for use in the Sta Tur-Lined

for paralytic poliomyelitis among tion's air raid warning and

Navy and Marine Corps personnel alert system.
could be the stepping stone to great heights .
over age 30 was the same as Monitors will be placed at Gavel' Stays
in the entertainment world for of Marine and
a group Navy,
in personnel under age 25. strategic locations to test for
Coast Guard performers who vie in the Jax
area All-Navy strength and
Talent! Show. eliminations at Building 612 Friday at 1930. range. ,With Navy
.. ..
AGO StudentsGuests : With the roster including all .
types of entertainers from singers f .. The "{ur-lincd gavel," emblem-

instrumentalists, pantomi- atic of individual superiority in
At JU mists and comedians, Friday ;' Jacksonville Toastmasters Inter-

night's show will produce two h.r' fi national circles, remains within

Formal Ball winners who will carry the the Jax Navy complex.

.. Jacksonville banners into further ,.. M/Sgt. Don Muller, attached to
The Jacksonville Chamber of competition.ALL Aviation i i EJe trician'. Mate

Commerce will sponsor formal HANDS are invited to see School and a member of the Mar-
military ball this Saturday night the show with personnel urgedto ., F j/ Nav-Easy 7 Toastmasters Club

for the 256 junior officers from turn out to lend support and aboard the Station, was declaredthe
the Aviation Ground Officers encouragement. "I hope there is ': winner of the "fur-lined
School at NATTCenter. i.. i kN,
a good crowd there, one candi gavel" at last Thursday's area
The ball, which will be held at date said. "I feel embarrassed \ speech contest. He succeeds another -

Jacksonville University's Swisher singing before a pack of empty W I R' Y Jax Navy Toastmaster,
Gym, is scheduled to start at 2100 seats." a j Major Lou Sartor, skipper of the

with dancing until 2400. The two Jax winners, to be Marine Barracks and a memberof

Two-hundred Jacksonville Uni selected by a panel of radio and Navy Jax: Toastmasters, who
versity co-eds will act as hostessesfor TV judges, will compete: in the won the gavel in previous com-
the ball, which will have as district trials set for April 17. petition.

its theme, "A Tropical South Sea The district winners go to New MULLER actually placed sec
Isle. York, where the best Navy ond in the area contest, but the
According to a spokesman from talent will be selected to appearon ; .F: s'v. winner, Homer Brinkley of Tal-
AGO School, this, is the first time the April 27 Ed Sullivan f 1 lahassee, was not eligible for the
such an event has taken place. Show. The All-Navy winners 1fjL Jax area competition. Brinkley
The music for the occasion will will also embark on a six-week ? will represent the section in the

be furnished by the Jax Navy nationwide recruiting tour. J& regional contest to be held in

Band. ALTHOUGH THE deadline for _-n-----------.m.-m..................... ___ Miami next month. .
--.S entry into the contest was March FRANK Poirier of the Telephone ,
'FUR-LINED GAVEL' TO MARINE Lt. Ken Knolzen, area
MDB\ Payments Due 20, there is a good chance that governor of Toastmasters International, presents to M/Sgt. Don Toastmasters won thud
Members of the Mutual Death late entries will be accepted today Muller, member of the Mar-Nav Easy-7 Toastmasters Club, the place honors.
Benefit Society are remindedthat and Friday. "fur-lined gavel" and accompanying plaque. Muler was awarded Six speakers, representing
assessment; No. 75 is due by Judges for the show will be the gavel and plaque for delivering the best speech among Jax Toastmasters Clubs in this area,
members at last
area contest. Knolzen Is a member of the
April 2. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2) Navy lax: Toastmasters: (Officers). (Please turn to Fare 8, Col. 3)My )



2 JAX AIR NEWS March 1957Jf1

VW-4 VA-44, F von 109 Report .. To Make More Castor

fuaLui3 1 Oil For Jets, That fs

The Department
Scouting Squadrons of Agr('ut.
i ture reveals that about 15,000
Publish rwry. Thursday tor Navy and Martha activities at Kara AirStation. acres will be seeded to
Florida castor
HAS.Ja......UUCapt I VW-4 beans this year, up from about
\\Rob S. Harrti L Ccmmandtnjf Officer "Beware Props Jet Blasts and E. Crabtree, AN; and C. R. Bor- 5,500 acres last year.
Comdr. U. Smith -- KxecuUvc Officer
W* Air"a *.....na. Volleyballs" would lately be appropriate deaux AEC. Castor beans arc
ttNr Atom. XVIbert S. ComwcllCapC ______ Ooramandrr a e used for
S. S. Searcr. Jr. -- Chief of Staff for the sign on the sea making castor oU but don't

Capt. SMiwy S. Laurence fleet Air "'lac Elms .. ,- Commander wall side of Hangar 124. VA41The of Attack Squadron worry, kids! It will be used for
Condr. T. S. W14t Chief Stall fiber activities many other than
)8a"aI Air TerhBteU rr .iq beater During the lunch hour on a Forty Four have taken a Purgative
("'.apt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. Commanding Officer! 100 purposes, such as a lubricant
Comdr. Hired E. Fleshmi __xccutlvtt OfflcerXAKTU typical day, as many group of the pilots and men to for jet planes. Quantities
JiMai liaspital "Hurricane Hunters" are engaged of the
Capt. Bi)wnln N. Alai, Commanding Officer Leeward Point Field, Guantanamo stuff will go for the jets .
Capt Marcy Shupp KxecuUv Officer in volleyball, badmintonand Bay, Cuba, in preparation for is maintains its because
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Coznmandinic OfficerExecutive warming up the Softballarm. the All-Navy Weapons Meet to over extreme viscosity
Comdr. WlUl-m E. Hardy Officer ranges of tcnv
be held in El Centro, Calit, the pcrature.
The JAX AIR NEWS t. p.ttished at the U. K Nand Air Station There are seven teams entered early part of April.
Jacksonville, Florida, and pilnUd commercially with non-appropriated fund the intramural volleyball
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Itev. in Comdr. T. J. Taylor squadron F
Nov. 1SM5. Coiilct are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the league. They are: Officers turn to the squadron.
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Recervt Training Call, and the commander; Lt. J. Rader; Ltjg)
I U. S. Naval Hospital. teams one and two; Material; P. Marsha; Ltjg) J. Keating, and .
Service Information nttii** t. Dave Bee&Uy First Lieutenant Power Plants;
Fasron 109(
Willis the pilots selected
Ltjg) J. ,
Managing! EditorAndrew II. Maney
Assistant Editor Cordon Robbie; Stall Reporters Kay Button; Jack POl's and CIC. to participate in the meet, The cry of "Play ball!" wa
lloiraM, Pill; Ljpnn Wetdman. JO3; John ItbelU JOSN; JWn Sylar. SA; At the present time, the offi- heard throughout
imyliu Fletcfwr; SUM I'hotparapher-Norman Wen, PHAN. will practice bombing and rocket the area recently -
The JAX AIR NEWS U a raftnber cf the Armed Forces Press Service cer's team two and the POI team techniques. The pilots were accompanied as the Fasron 109 Beavers
AFPS material appearing publication may not be icprlnted without are leading the league. The gal- took
lJ. the
the written permicilan of Forcet Press Service. Rrnvbllcatlon. of other by a diamond to start
matter <*(t by .ervlc* publication U prohibited without. permission of lery experts agree that the first gpractice for the 1957 Softball
crew twenty-five men,
Editor, JAX-AIR NEWS. sea-
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension class led by B. G. "Killer"Smith were airlifted to Cuba last week. son. The team is mostly composed -
8348. 216 and 8164Year's AK1, are the ones to of seasoned
The remainder of the squadronis veterans from
beat. last year's nine
First Fund Drive The "Killer" shift is forecastto engaged in night flying and squadron athletic, and officer according Ensign/
carrier in
ground approaches,
be the instrument success.
Benjamin Fish
, order to be prepared for a cruiseon "What the team

Don't Let It Pass By Unheeded; Other C.outstanding M. "Spike"stars Hill are of Ensign officer's the USS WASP (CVS-18) this in lacks hustle.in ability they make up for

team two, and J. D "Yall spring.
Come" Wooten, ADC of Power The "Hornets" lost' two more Sparked by Harrison "Hap1
Plants.A men this week due to transfers: Balthaser, AB3 the bowling team
Conscience Guide YouThe rolled to three
Let Your
lot of new laces have been Henry Diehl, ADZ left for ATU VAH-Stl. This victories ores
added to the squadron in the last 206, at Pensacola, Fla., and Willie the team
history of fund raising campaigns in the Jacksonville week included among which are: Hamilton, AM3, was assigned to to a 21-11 mark for the season

Navy area records a varied list of methods and programs William C. Sullivan, A03; Billy Cecil Field. On TAD, is Robert With the addition of Ensign
used to collect funds. We are now in the first week of the R. Robertson A03; Charles R. Hazelwood, PR, who will be at, Sidney Weaver, team captain Lt
newest system of fund raising, one which is in compliancewith Sumner, AA; Donald L. Mattoon, NATTC, Lakehurst, New Jersey (jg) Verne Kreger has high
the approved policy of fund raising within the federal AF2; Francis L. Roshinski AG2; for a week's training in Parachute hopes for continued improvement

establishments. Norman W. Cook, AN; William Rigging, and will then re.lIlJSIIROOAf I during the remainder of the sea
Always with the advent of new systems comes the son. *

usual questions "What's it all about?" The new system, -- -- --- The Beavers basketball team
which will govern all campaign drives within federal estab- -I---- :i wound up with a mediocre season .

lishments, gives the person an opportunity to give to what- __ by dropping a hard fought
ever agency or group he so desires in a true and voluntarysense. battle with VP-5 61-58. Little
He receives an envelope from a key man within his Willie Diosi!, SN, of the communications
unit, deposits his donation to the one agency of his choiceor department, was top
to the group as a whole to be equally divided, seals it and point maker for the Beavers with
gives it back to the key man, or mails it. It's as simple as q w rev an average of 15.6 points pe

that.WITH Irp game.

TilE ADVENT OF THE NEW SYSTEM of contributing New men reporting aboard for

many see the easy way out. They will offer token duty were: Willard Pugh, AN
assent and let it pass them by. These people in the long run from VF-13; George Jeter Jr..
stand to lose the most. from the USS Coral Sea CVA-43,

The first of three campaigns 'to be conducted locally is Philip Schriver AN, from Fas
the one for five health agencies and Care and Crusade for ron 107;.Wendell Dunn, AN, from
Freedom. Fasron 107; Wendell Dunn AN

Banded xtogether for the health agency drive are the from USNS Navy #103, Argen-
American Cancer Society, Arthritis and llheumatism Foun- tia; Joseph McGlynn, ADC from

dation, National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, R VA-45, and John Harvey, PNC
United Cerebral Palsy, and Muscular Dystrophy Association. who was received from VP-16 for

After scanning the list of beneficiaries, can we afford to temporary additional* duty.
let this drive slip by without consulting our conscience? It
takes money for research money to carry out these pro- Garden Circle Holds
grams. Who benefits? You and I and all of mankind. wr- flies with a-hug New, mushroom-like earrier.bastd early radar warning plane, the
There really is no "easy way out." the fasclage. The plane is a modification of the antenna TF-1 Trader on top pas-of Floral WorkshopThe

IN ORDER TO ACQUAINT PERSONNEL involved in H'acer-urro fralt. It Is equipped "r aU-weather flight and un
operate from first of two floral arrangement -
this drive with these agencies,.the Jax Air News will publisha carriers. workshops being conducted
weekly series giving the facts each of these
on groups, as
the Garden
by Naval Air Station
-to where the money goes, who benefits, how much stays Higher Uniform Costs Circle was held last Friday morning

here, how it is spent, and other pertinent data. in Bldg. 751, with Mrs. Ira J,

First we begin with the American Cancer Society: Varnedoe instructing the class on

:Money contributed locally is handled through the, Duval Effective First vertical arrangements.
County Unit of the Cancer Society, and turned over to National July Crescent-shaped flower arrangements .
Headquarters. Of the total collected in 1956 throughout will be featured at t
the country 28% went to research, some "Of which found Servicemen and women will be faced with higher uniform costs the second workshop which will
its way back to the local level. The State of Florida received effective July 1, Defense officials reveal. be conducted by Mrs. H. W "
$12,800 in 1956 from National Headquarters; 3% of the however, some compensationwill 12.
28% was diverted to a special lung cancer research project; be granted with a bigger initial Last year the initial clothing ale on Friday,
30% was spent on education, both for the laymen and medics clothing issue, if consideration lowance for Navy personnel and Members are reminded that the
; 27% for services to patients; 8% was diverted for administration now being given the prob- Marines was increased by an annual election of officers will
I ((3% to national and 5% for Florida) ; and lem results in affirmative action. average 5 to 6 percent to com- take place at this second meeting week,
7% for fund raising ((3% of this national and 4% local). penstate for the higher priced which has been moved up a
NATTCenfer Chief'Goes uniform earlier than usual to avoid havingit
items.Uniformity .
in Jacksonville has informed the Air News that a person with (; oat After 20 in prices of items fall on Good.Friday.. *
cancer does not have to be a charity case, nor a welfare case used by all services will also be Detached
to receive care. If you are medically indigent, you will get Sidney Frazier, MMC of the featured in the new military Lcdr. Wilkins f
Discipline .
the care. Division at NATT. clothing price lists, Defense said. : From NATTC Duty

The local cancer group also provides a nurse for those Center Fleet Reserve was discharged last to the.1 This is the result of a reexamination Lcdr. James C. Wilkins, Jr

who can't afford one and will also provide sick room equipment years of service in week the after 20 I of military purchase con student division officer of Aviation .
including hospital beds. Equipment that is expendibleis Chief Frazier, of Navy. tracts under DOD's new single Ground Officers' School atNATTCenter ,
donated, while other equipment is loaned. was piped Havanna Ark., manager system. Some military will be detached
over the side
Another service provided is transportation and room and honors while fellow chiefs with full personnel will pay less for certain from the Center, March 23.

board. Example: A.person living in Fernandina who either as side boys. Andrew Krisko acted uniform items, while others Lcdr. Wilkins, who has been
does not have a way to come to Jax for his periodic treat- BM1 of Disciplin, did the honors, clothing may pay more for the same aboard NATTCenter since OctOber
'ments, or is physically unable to stand the many trips is pro- on they boatswain pipe. items than they now do. 1954, will report to the USS
vided with transportation and put up in a home near the Frazier enlisted in the For example, a Navy man pays Intrepid (CVA-11)).
clinic, where his room and board is paid. in September 1936 and served Navy $2 for a khaki shirt, whereas a Lcdr. C. E. Rich, now assistant
And such is possible through your generous contribu- aboard the USS California from Marine khaki shirt costs 250. training officer at AGO School.)
tions. 1939 through 1944. Navy men pay 25c for a pair of will assume duties as student
!!C'b, while 4
.- pay 45c division officer.1I \



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21 March 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3 i ,

7 EmployeesCited :iRc-T; 6i'

s"V .. :r. For 30 i' .nerve, 1 1II 1r

Y Years ServiceSeven
". ,

,\ 4 NAS Jax employees
'. ..t; p6 g', I were honored for 30 years' serv-

: Fijii ice with the Federal governmentin I It

a 'r ceremonies last Friday.

'r : i} Receiving their pins from Capt. O\ y n ,

William S. Harris, commanding

'. officer of NAS Jax Samuel
were at ,4 trho II IINEW
i'. Superior, Milton Young. Robert 1 *

(' .. Edes Henry Easterling, and Eus- 1
.,.[')>Co' ,' tace Johnson, of Overhaul and

:: .,: ) Repair Department; Alonzo Hall,

r : Public Works, and Wilfred

i: : ::,. :, Shaw, Administration Depart-

: ..;. ment.Superior's.

\1" lit. 30 years have all CAPT. AT DENTAL
t Capt. Murray O. Anderson,
been in civilian He
. : _;.,.r... .- capacity. Dental Corps is now on duty
came to Jax in 1946 from Brooklyn with the NAS Dental Depart-
RECOGNIZED: FOR SERVICE finned last week for 30 years' faithful service to the federal Naval Shipyard. ment. Capt. Anderson, a native
government were seven NAS Jax employees. Left to right are, Milton Young 0 it R; Denry.Eas- of Friendship. Tenn., was last
I terlinr, 0 ft R; Eustace Johnson, 0 R; Samual Superior, 0 & R; Capt. William S. Harris, NAS Jai Young has a combined serviceof aligned to the USS Taconk

commanding officer, who presented the 30-year pins; Robert Edes, 0 & R; Wilfred Shaw Administration 24 years military and six (AGC-17)).

and Alonao Hall, Public Works. civilian; Edes, 21 1/2 years military -

and 8 1/2 civilian; Eastler- HAS Dental

Petty Officer Proposals Guide ing, 21 years military and nine Depl.

years civilian; Johnson!! 25 years

Given Fleet-Wide DistributionNow military and 10 civilian; Hall, Assignment To

three years military and 27 civilian

in fleet-wide distributionis and Shaw 22 military
; years Anderson
of Navy. Capt.
NOTESThe a guide implementing instruc- and eight civilian.
Further study is planned on
tions on recommendations made
Employees arc honored under I
last July by two career petty of. the proposed summer dress, the Incentive-Awards of Capt. Murray Oliver Anderson
dedica- program aboard for with
grand opening and reported duty
groups. jumper which has a blue collar the Civil Service Commission
tion of the new cocktail loungeof The the NAS Jacksonville Dental Department
187-page report was pre- and cuffs with white piping. which recognizes those who have
is scheduled week.
the club for last
pared by an Ad Hoc committee, r rendered long and faithful serv-
Saturday, March. 30, commencingat headed by Vice Adm. James L. ice to the Federal government'Bluejackets Before coming to Jacksonville,

1930. Holloway Jr., Chief .of Naval VolunteersNeeded Capt. Anderson was assigned to

Club offkials announced that Personnel. USS Taconic (AGC-17)).

the lounge will be known hence- Nearly half of the 317 proposals For Inn' Capt. Anderson first enteredthe

forth as the "Harris Room," in resulting from the enlisted cor>" Navy in 1940 and served until #

honor of Capt. William S. Harris, ferences which were held at South PoleAdditional New Name For 19-15. A veteran of both Army

NAS commanding officer. Bainbridge, Md., and San Diego, and Navy service, he served in

Further details as to dress, Calif., fell into the "troop information Enlisted Club the Army from August 1946 un-

dinner, dancing, etc., will be pub- and education" category volunteers are til May 1947. lie reentered the
lished next week. needed for Operation Deep Betty Orlando, PN3, won
ONLY 78 suggestions were Navy in June 1954, following his
first prize in the contest to
After the opening of the new ruled infeasible, while 39 required Freeze III wintering over party. re- re-commissioning in Macon, Ga,
name the enlisted men's club,
lounge the main bar on the sec- field command attentionand Men in pay grades E-5, E-6 andE.1. in 1952.A .
,,pnd floor of the club will be 52 needed administrative or in ET, RM, BU, CE, CM, UT, modeled.is currently being re native of Friendship Term.,

utilized mainly for private par- legislative action. AG and PH ratings, interested in Orlando, who works in NAS ,he is a graduate of the University -

ties.Last The now-being-released reportis volunteering for the wintering- of Tennessee and holds aDDS
Monday evening at the a condensation of all material over party, which will leave this Leave, Liberty and Subsistence degree ''awarded in 1936.

CPO Club, more than 100 staffNCO's presented and discussed by the spring and return in the fall of office, will receive a lie is the ion of Mrs. Lilly A.
check for "o I
of MAD, NATTC, were $25 on ningnight"
1959 needed to the
group. are complete Anderson of Friendship
hosts at a cocktail party at which The Navy said the report shouldbe complement. for her suggestion, 4 *
Lt CoL F: R. Porter, Jr., com- "a u/eful tool" for comman- "Bluejacket's Inn.
Selected nominees will be sent i
manding officer of MAD was ders in meeting an "apparent to Davisville, R. I., as soon as Tentative date, for. the for- First A-Powered

bade farewell, and at which his need" of keeping personnel in- possible for an indoctrinationcourse. mal opening of the club is

relief, Lt. CoL E. G. McIntyre formed. April 1.As Surface Vessel

was introduced. SOME 34 OF the recommendations -
Lt Col, Porter's next duty station Requirements include: the applicant -
have been put into effect Noah remarked while the
will be IIQMC Washington, must have sufficient ob- Set For
since January. animals were boarding the Ark, 1960
ligated service time or agree to
D. C. Recent action of the group in- "Now I herd everything. "
Lt. Col. McIntyre's last duty extend; he must be certified bya '
cludes the recommendation that The Navy's first atomic-
medical officer to be physicallyand
station was with the Operations the large name and service num- tempermentally qualified to "Miss Potter," reproved her powered surface vessel, a guided

Development Forces, Atlantic ber stencil appearing on the withstand rigorous living and landlady, "I definitely thought I missile ship is scheduled to be
Fleet. backs of dungaree shirts be '
built 1960.
saw sneaking a gentle by
you young
affair working conditions in the Antarctic
Other guests at the were
placed on the shirttail. This moveis man to room with The $87.5 million vessel, first '
up your you
a clean record and be
TeRer commanding ; ;
Lt. Col. R. W. -
pending approval of the Sec- recommended by his commanding last night." "You're not the only) cruiser constructed from the keel
officer of MARTD; Maj. L.
officer the basis of one," agreed Miss Potter. "I up since the end of WW II, will
officer of on per-
J. Sartor, commanding )
Lt. Col. Mcintyre thought so, too. be named Long Beach
the MARBKS NAS; and Maj. E. formance, technical skill, resourcefulness ---

executive versatility and interest
S. Maloney, officer of

MAD, NATTC. Assumes Marine -.. ,. CROSSWORD PUZZLE
1 r ACROSStry -r1' .. ?

Sols Detachment Reins I-Rlnr
Navy Airship
Opening 'iMal. -t w
K- swap.12Unoccupied*
Non-Stop Record Lt. Col. Eugene G. McIntyre *14 a 4 '1
t lJ-)1&: ,,'.
will relieve Lt. CoL Frank Ii. nickname { ii
A Navy airship, on a non-stop Porter Jr., as commanding officer II-Oriental "Writ /ij// y l

flight over the Atlantic, recently of the Marine Aviation De- 15Contended17Nverereen: tr. 1.1 1& r// '
broke the world airship record ,. $ It-Arabian prince V./-
tachment at NATTCenter at a Sa 19! l' r// 11 t' t, je .Sf
for non-refueled flights at 200 of command and 4 $ 21-Knock
: ,
hours 12 minutes and still Zl Household p t ,. //51 f'l"16
was regimental review to be held at S .. 24-Sink In in kid\ It 'l/ V./-

going strong. 0930, Saturday p 32-MalurM 27-SO.IM **f E- = 1 -
t The ship, a ZPG-2 was to land 24-;Thick. tTackuhfltance :.
Col. McIntyre reported
a last Friday at Miami after leav- I' Off 9t I

ing South Weymouth, Mass., from the Staff, Commander Operational y :3 Jl: -Kin Learning Until, 'f' .,., .. r'l'J..
Development Force, At- 4 .&,1. :3 -Kccent \ V./-
March 4, and flying o Portugal, 40-YenUlat.
lantic Fleet Norfolk, Va. CoL 51 JJ
L the Canary Islands, the African 4V-Theun
Porter has been ComrnaAding officer -
coast and the Virgin Islands, be- S 47- :04'.tpi..) 51 U y s.
of the Detachment since July
fore returning to the U. S. The Y liI-l.aruled ..AC2 -
1954. He'll report to Headquarters -ItenefltS4 17 Sf :1
I II :
flight was made to test and eval- -tt'Hatred vS I I
Marine Corps, Washington, :* Afternooa _
uate the all-weather capabilityof "w"rw e.rr w6r

airships for use in airborne D.C.A. tworm .lnl'lnc ctrl v rn-Tkfaee t. :1-1.&YI'{ "
veteran of 16 years service, 'iProphetllIlTff all, K-Fatherhood rOl..ln..
early warning and antisubmarine "" D-Jaawnes.licit H
Col. McIntyre saw combat action or dLtea. _, U-A'lfonqulall' # U-at,".
currency ..
defense systems. as a dive-bomber pilot in the NEW CO AT MAD -, Lt. ;'- In air. tRhlp channel l' 23-Tln Indlaa e con br "4.1-Food-Toward a"Float the' s
CoL Eugene G. McIntyre will e-son of *da* > -PreiioliaL. .. helterr aids
The teacher Southwest Pacific in World War DOWN ';- Sunday-school was .
assume duties as commanding ..... j tt-juhe lace :;-W..r,
$ "ACCII l 4i *'
1 y.-Sisavrt .t
recounting the story of the death IL Participating in AdmiralDyrcr. officer of the Marine Aviation -HIs.i of arM 44-.Mrk:
-Roman that
Of Joseph. When she finished, anundertaker's expedition "Highjump in Detachment at NATTCenter 2:Brother *;, Site"3! :::: ( Continent *

SOn raised his hand Antarctica in 1946-47, he was in Saturday. He replaces Lt. CoL *. Jacob r J Il-xtltrh 5An.ue"tbe4,.
Frank R. Porter Jr.. who has t-6ertP.: t/-rerlod..l/ teat.r3aprlnklinr iJ-Sunbar* "
and asked "Do of the that flew
you happen to one two planes been ordered to Washington,
\ know who got the funeral' over the South Pole at the time D.C. (Answer on Page 8, Col. 5) ,

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;':' ?\ .' On Way Back To Sydney _

I, It., About 1530 last Thursday, two Royal Australian Air Force
I, } P2V5 Neptunes, of No. 11 Squadron, roared down to a snappy land-
I/f ing" at NAS Jax, and taxied to the ramp fronting the Fleet Air
Wing Eleven hangar area,for a three-day stopover.The .

RAAF planes led by Wing transport wing. In addition

are the two anti-submarine
Manning the RAAF

15,000. personnel, officers and %: ( ctiwiit;
The RAAF rang up a heroic .v4
record, with No. 11 ,
to which the three ; '
' aircraft are as- $
outstanding in mine-lay
Its major wartime feat was /
mine-laying flight to Manila ;
' ; back, "a distance of 9,000
)/ Recently the squadron -
; in SEATA maneu-
: operating out of Singapore.The .
young Australian aircraft _
: consists mostly of build-
(under license) American-

engines.Sabres They equipped also with con- : 11 I {p j ft; I

,; British Canberras. But the AUSSIES VISIT When two Royal Australian Air Force P2V5's dropped down on NAS Jax en
I themselves have designed route back to Sydney from independence celebrations in Ghana, Africa, the crews were greeted by
are now building a trainer an excited ex-Australian girl now married to an American and employed on the staff of the Jax Air
named the "Winj el," News. Phyllis Fletcher, who grew up in Sydney, knows the importance of letters home, so she I
in the language of the thoughtfully provided a packet of stamped airmail envelopes for the Australian fliers. Left to right,
are: Flight Leader II. R. Rayner, Flight Sgt. John J. Franks, Flight Lt. Jack In pate, Flight Officer F,
means "young eagle. J. Malley, Flight Officer Bruce Kercher, Flight Lt. John Iveson and Flight Officer Nell Lang.:

I 25 Employees Receive Squirrel Population Presbytery Rally

Gels 'Thinning Out' Set Sunday At

$935 For SuggestionsSome Three Marine Corps expert
riflemen from the NAS Marine All Saints' ChapelThe

25 employees of the Naval Air Station reaped a total Barracks began "thinning out"
$935 in cash awards for their beneficial suggestions adopted. dur- the squirrel population southof Eastern District, Suwannee
the month of February. the Hospital area Monday. Presbytery, will assemble in All

All but two of the total hail Capt. Ed Stancel, M/Sgt. R. Saints' Chapel at 1500 Sunday,
identity position of fuel selectorvalve"
Overhaul and De-I
Repair H. Huffman and S/Sgt. T. A.
March 24 with between 300 and
with the other two ; Walter Fake, O & R, $20 Bewley, using shotguns,
I for! "packing material" Frank 400 expected.
Public Works Department ;
worked during school hours,
Edwin Ryan of 0 & R reaped Hemingway' 0 & R, $20 for The team will finish up tomor- Instrumental in bringing the
biggest profit, a $150 check "puller for pushrod housing connectors" row. rally to NAS Jacksonville.!
his improvement in sealing ; Charles Fields, Public Chaplain Robert E, Osman, NAS
door cabins on S2F air- Works' $15 for "locked and un- chaplain who will act as host for
locked indicator on vehicle en- Daily Lenten Devotions the Presbyterian laymen.

Charles Anderson and Edward trance doors.:' Held At St. Edward'sDaily Herbert F. Underwood, ruling
; of 0 & R shared a $100 Robert Gay and Warren Cour- elder of the Riverside Presbyteri
: award for their "jig and fix- son, 0 & R, $15 for "revised in-. devotions have been an' Church, is slated to give the
combination for grinding stallation of new cable guides"; scheduled during Lent at St. main address of the afternoon
7'f"7"a on bushings." Claude Russell Mitchell, 0 & R, $15 for Edward's ChapeL program, speaking on the subject
and Fred Bedenbaugh, "preservation nozzles on test car- "Making Citizenship Work."
of 0 & R, likewise shared buretor"; Robert Burr, 0 & R, Daily mass is held at 0615 and
Others the besides
for their "simplified com- $15 for "replacing old hand meth- 1205, at which time confessionswill on program
Chaplain Osman and Mr. Under
with R-2800 engine bul- od of removing oil transfer be heard. Way of the Cross
wood are James Y. Wilson, president
No. 510.
bearing retainer"; James Eck-
and Benediction of the Blessed of the Suwannee Prl'sbytE'ryMen's
OTHERS WHO received awards man, 0 & R, $10 for "fixture for
their Sacrament is held each Friday at Council; Howard Kaufold,
suggestions included: holding IBM cards"; Robert Burr,
Warren Courson and Charles O & R, $10 for "threequarteroffset 1900 during Lent. secretary of the Eastern District
and V S. P. Hammond
Stafford, O & R, $75 for "oil wrench": and Hueh: Havs- Saturdays, mass is held at 0800 president
cable assembly"; Charles Public Works, $10 for "reference I and 1215. Regular schedule holds of the District.
O & R, $75 "protective carr'l I table for estimating material." I for Sundays. Assisting Chaplain Osman, who
filter lens on azimuth range in- will officially welcome aboard the
I dicator"; Frank Gouchnourm, O ,} ; conferees, will be Chaplain W. R.
& R, $70 for "fitting bevel gears"; Bryant of the Naval Hospital, who
Rufus Meriwether, 0 & R, $50 willgive the invocation, end
I for "test sample jig for rotor Chaplain Dave Humphries, of
wing"; James Neel, 0 & R, $50 NAS Cecil Field, who will give
for "replacing of silica gel inmetal the benediction. The All Saints'choir
\ protex plugs"; Stewart p led by William Beaufort
Conner, 0 & R, $25 for "revisionof will render selected religious
Bl prints"; Hewitt Siemann, hymns.At .
O & R, $25 for "terminals bind- 1700, :following the rally
: ing wire"; Jeannette Alderman, Navy wives will serve refresh-
O & R, $25 for "addressograph ments on the grounds just back of
machine form feeding guide." .; the.Chapel.
) ALSO JOHN French, 0 & R, t : .
.\ $20 for "adjustable pin wrench"; M # w Pritchett Gels Honors
James McCullar, 0 & R, $20 for
"fixture for finding timing toothon Al AK GraduationChelsea
intblower drive gears"; War th
ren Courson and Charles Stafford Pritchett Jr., AKAN, of
$20, for "visible to a' "icr
o : the honor
Muskogee, Okla., was

Two To Be Named To Aviation student of last Storekeeper week's graduating School

Top Civilian PostsTwo Class A at NATTCenter.This .
I :
J top civilian posts at the was the third time that
Pentagon were expected to be Pritchett had captured honor
filled this week. student laurels. He was also
M uo WKttWVWtift:t"lLI
Assistant Secretary of the $150 FOR THIS IDEA Edwin honor man of his company in recruit
'i Navy (for Finance) William B. to Capt. WiUiam Dunn, assistant s Franke will be named Navy for which he netted a cash award of si 10. Ryan officer, his sunestfon honor graduate in Ah'man'a
cabin door holds main
on which he has a
y devised
Under Secretary. Reportedly un- by using extruded rubber material an Improved method of sealing Preparatory School at Norman
der consideration for Franke's the old method, the flat rubber, shown rather than flat rubber. Under Okla. I,
post is J. Sinclair Armstrong, had to be secured with a metal strip and on iS-2ft on the bench r Pritchett, who entered the r
, chairman of the Securities and replacement of 54 screws and washers tJS5.UlfT.IOT. 1 and Navy in July, 1958, has been assigned !j'l
I( Exchange Commission. or labor.the extruded rubber strip Is glued, thus saving.. many the hours new to Transport Squadron 21, y q
Barbers Point, Hawaii. .
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EVEN TilE KIDS ARE CARED FOR Mothers who bring: children on their visits to the Hospl-
I tal can leave them at the free nursery under the capable care of Mary Hall (rear), wife of Wood'
Hall, AKI, Fasron 109, and Grace Copeland, wife of George Copeland, AEC, NAMTD 1021, Cecil 'l1eld.

A'y ,}yEARLY 1307 Babies Born In '56 At Naval Hospital,

Where Maternity Facilities Rated Excellent

BIRDS A long line of expectant: young: mothers "Healthy babies and healthy
I forms early in the morning three times a week at the Hospital's mothers" is the goal set by 200 women a week will receive can see his wife for a few reas
Outpatient Clinic for processing through their prenatal tests and I the Dependents' Service unit individual attention from the suring minutes after she leaves
medical examination. three doctors in attendance.) the delivery room-then comes
of the Naval Hospital Jack-
aewa A sonville, and it would seem to ON THIS FIRST visit she will the big moment when he is takento
4 be a goal well within the have a personal data chart madeup the nursery for the thrill of

reach of every expectant will be given a chest X-ray gazing for the first time on hi,

mother taking advantage of and blood test, and will undergoa newly-born son or daughter

the excellent maternity care complete physical check-up. HIS WIFE, meanwhile, has

d s ,a offered through this service Later visits will be on a monthly been taken to her room. Some
ryy facility. basis up to about the last six eight hours will elapse before she

Statistics show that the bringing weeks of pregnancy and then will be permitted to get up, andit

: of new life into the world is continue at the rate of one a will be three days before she
big business at the hospital, week until such time as nature can think of going home. Until
< where 1,307 babies were born indicates that the time has come that time she can really'relax in
;v'avr' last year and more than 330 have for the prospective mother to be the pleasant two-bed room, which
an in-patient. she will probably share with another -
already been diapered for 1957.
Many of the questions she young mother.If .
1jqk I WHILE SOME dependents find
would ask coveredin is born
are a baby prematurelyor
it more convenient to avail them-
; a fully-detailed instruction needs to be placed in an incubator -
? selves of civilian medical care
o a Ridt sheet that she will receive her for other
} y..Af on some reason,
rather than travel to the nearest
'j; : appropriate service facility, pre- first visit, along with a balanced the father may get his first
1e diet chart. A further service of. glimpse of his child in one of the
natal attendance at the Outpa-
\(.Y..k'. great interest to prospective I four "Isolettes" available.
tients' Clinic and the number of
babies born at the Naval Hospital parents is a special two-hour lecture WIIILE AN outstanding interest
; Jacksonville would indicatea given on the third Saturdayof I in the well-being of all
k H strong preference for treatment each month in the Hospital their tiny charges is demon.

there. auditorium. strated by the quietly efficient

When the future mother first DESIGNED to remove many of personnel, these tiny "premies'
b. reports to the Outpatients' Clinic the fears of "first-time" mothers, win their hearts completely. One

i she immediately senses a feelingof this lecture covers various aspects of the hospital's recent triumphsover

efficient friendliness, even of weight control, analgesia, seemingly impossible odds
though the work load quite often. anesthesia and the general phy was a six and a half month premature -

... .........".m.'A' .... only permits the briefest conver siology and psychology of preg- baby that weighed in at
sations with personnel. (The nancy. 2 Ibs. Ninety-one days later the
KING OF HIS DOMAIN Ready to lake his wife, Alice, and
are extended an overjoyed parents took home a
Prenatal Clinic is for
second addition to his family home, Clifford Stafford, CS1, NAS open
I Commissary Department, proudly gazes down at daughter Susan mal visits three days a week, and invitation to attend since the in healthy baby boy weighing 5
Darlene, who weighed in ,at a healthy eight pounds, one ounce. during that time some 60 to' 80 formation dispensed gives them a lbs 1V, ozs.
Pictured with the happy family is LtJg( ) Jo Ann Jones. women a day, or approximately greater understanding of child A letter of welcome if given

._. birth and the physical changesthe each patient when she is ad

wife will undergo during her mitted, and asks for any sugges
long wait. tions or comments she might like
When the mother-to-be feels to make.
she is at last experiencing symp
Many of the suggestions received *
toms indicating her time for delivery -
have beneficial
proved very
is near, she reports to "
in establishing a harmonious
Ward E-l at the .
routine for both patients and per.
of the Hospital. Here she
sonnel. Almost all of the comments *
receives an examination and if
aro high in praise of the
indicated, is admitted.IDENTIFICATION .
k consideration and treatment re
.y t3r proof and ceived.
additional information such as Viewed in the light of an eye-
n a names of the wife's parents are opening 130-a-month average of
nk.Z .. needed at this time. babies born at the hospital, whichis

: ; :; The seemingly interminablewait under the command of Capt.
;, ->. M'. in the labor room and the B. N. Ahl, the entire Dependents'
: '
,.'.', :" ," "' ....'.,' .JI experience of actual childbirth Service personnel certainly de
:," .,< diverts the mind from wondering serve thanks for their efforts in

x ;, about such things as the appear- behalf of service personnel and
J; \ ance and equipment of the de- their families
livery room or adjoining sterili i

i y; zing rooms. It may be a comfortto The MetallurgistI

future mothers, howeVer, to bought a wooden whistle,
know that these and other But it wooden whistle,

"heavy traffic" areas reflect the So I bought a steel whistle,
Ii same modern efficiency evidenced But steel it wooden whistle,

throughout the entire facility, So I bought a lead whistle,

i INFORMATION, PLEASE Reception desk personnel are kept busy answering queries from and are equipped to meet almost Steel they wooden lead m.
. both expectant mothers and mothers with young children requiring treatment) or shots. Facing camera every conceivable emergency whistle,
!g! are (left to right), Jo Ann Goodner, wife of Frank Goodner, Jr., AB2; Darlene Morrison, wife of I that might; arise. So I bought a tinwhistle,
Glen Morrison William McKinnon, AEI. Both Goodner and Mor.
wife of
ADZ, and Betty McKinnon,
When it is all over, the husband And now I tin whistle.
risen are stationed on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. McKinnon is with VF-16 In Iceland.

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Paga 6 JAX AIR 21 March 1957

!1 Crackerjax Stumble In I-

: Regional Cage Event ? 4; -:

yg A ;
." The Jax Navy Crackerjax duplicated the Tax Navy Fliers Vrr

\ : in South Atlantic Regional basketball competition last week,, Y
sweeping to the final round before losing to the Fifth: Naval -.
District champions.. *

The Crackerjax, like their male I

I counterparts, defeated Corpus ,.Wave, cagers.JAX .
", Christi twice.. In between 'wins, NAVY defeated Corpus

however was a 43.24 defeat at :Christi, Eighth Naval District

the hands of Norfolk's classy titleholders, 46-32,. and 64-38. ye 5 13 te.

Norfolk captured the Regional

Spikers Trek championship with a sparkling 52-

:44 final day win over Jax Navy's.,

To State Meet Crackerjax representatives., Sixth Naval District .. 0M

At MiamiThe Betty Rush,, throughout the sea-
son a scoring leader for'Jax Navy

Jax Navy varsity volley- led the Crackerjax with a 25. r

ball spikers are intensifying{ prac- points pregame average. She seta

tice drills in preparation for the new scoring, record, with 39 -,
coming Miami State Tournament against Corpus Christi

which opens March 30. TOE SHARP shooting: forward ----_._-_......- .......-....... ......
Last week, the Jax Navy team was chosen to play with Norfolkin
knocked off of the teamsin All-Navy competition this FLIERS HAVE SHADOWS The Jag Navy Crackerjax, swiftly becoming a top name In
one top women's athletic circles played the old shadow game this season, following:the Jax Navy Fliers,
NCAA volleyball, indicating week. men's champions, to. the Sixth Naval District crown. Aim, like their mote counterparts, the Cracker-
Jax Navy will be capably repre- Fine play was also provided by jax went to the finals of the South Atlantic Regional.before bowing to Norfolk' Waves. Composing
sented in the Miami State Tour the Crackerjax' Virginia Hudson, the 1956-5T edition of the Craekerjax basketball: sextet are, front row (left to right) Mary Leather-
who 25 of 29 from the wood, Carolyn Johnson, Ann Cooper, Sophia Sayaiovkb Virginia Hudson and Sue Me Lain. Rear, Lt.
ney.Following hooped Joann Zook, officer-in-charge, Nancy Gibbons,. Naomi Shildmeier, Margie Spongier, Betty Rush and
the Miami competi- foul line. Betty Deno, coach:
j: *u. Tft,. 'vr,,.... CL.. : ,-,..? ...111
loll, me JUA navy opmcia winparticipate
in the National All Yanks Bums To
Service Volleyball Tournament at Outdoors Column ,

Memphis, Tennessee, May 911. SAX AIR
At Jax
Plans Set
Members of this years' team SPORTS Being Appear

are Ray Winstead, Jim Donnely, NEWSBaseballers In keeping' with a policy of
John Loper Jdmp Smith, Don giving its;: readers the finest in laseball ParkAre

Brassfield, Buck' Callahan, Ben ".. ,.! news coverage of events of
hall. Harold Walker, and coach importance to Naval and civilian you from -Brooklyn, Mil-
waukee Chicago, New York
Red McGuggin.,; personnel in this area,
Cleveland. St.. Louis Jackson-
f. '
Season the lax Air News hopes to begin -
Open vile!
Flier Netmen soon a new column dealing
If so, you'll have an opportunity
with the outdoor arts of hunting I ,
to see your hometown ball

Lose OpenerShutout With AIC March 2728With and fishing. club in action here at the new
Realizing. a tremendous. Jacksonville Baseball Park.

by the University of growth in popularity- for these The big leaguers invade Jack-

Florida's powerful team last the conclusion of another successful basketball sports, it's,felt a column of this sonville on Apr. L. 2; 3, 6, 9, and

Saturday, the lax Navy tennis season, coach Frank McCaffrey now has his sights set on an nature'"wi1I prove extremely 12;: A total of six exhibition games

team takes on: Georgia Tech at equally successful baseball season for the Jax Navy Fliers. popular. wilt be played with the Sax:

the Boone Park courts: today at Only five players are returning baseball schedule for March andAprilr All news and. information Braves appearing against major
) from last years' squad with four- for this column, will be: greatly league clubs. on. two occasions.For .

1330.Coach Hunter Bell announcedthat year pitching veteran Frank Jan- appreciated. In fact, if 11 be- the convenience of all per-
Wed. A Thur. March 27-28 American
nine matches are scheduled kunis heading the list international. Home through the response of readers sonnel,. the Special Services Of-

with the Engineers,, including OTHER returnees are pitcher Tue,, Home 2 Jacksonville University that this column can com- fice, Building 930, will be selling

three doubles. Ray Winstead, outfielder Charlie Frt., April 5 Ithaca College Home mence and; thrive tickets daily during working
Send alt material to Jax Air-
On March 23, Jax Navy 'will Davis, second baseman Pete Ten- TUP., April ft Jacksonville University : hours..
', Away News NAS Administration.
return to. the Boone Park courts erowicz, and shortstop Bob Boyb. Tue. April Jacksonville The followingexhibition games
to challenge net men of the Uni- A new addition to the team is sity. e16 UnJve9' Bldg,. Room, 230. or to NA- will be: played at the Jax Ball
Fri &: Sat., April 120: The Citadel Center ServiceInformation Park:
versity of Georgia. Scheduled to pitcher Ruse Bouxsein veteran Home
start at 0900, twelve matches are pitcher of Memphis Navy. Thur. ft Prl., April 25-26: Farrti Office,. Bldg 500. .April Milwaukee Brave
Island, Home Any information concern- vs Jax Braves (night)
slated for the: event, including A berth has to be .
starting yet
April 27 April 2-Milwaukee Bravesvs
Tampa University ing fishing and hunting trips,
Sali : {
three in the doubles' play and named and the Flier coach added Atlanta Crackers (night)
catches, etc.,. will be accepted. April 3 -Milwaukee Bravesvs
three with the Georgia Fresh Mon. & TUM.. April 29-30 MacDillAF.er
interested wel-
players are
Away Also, any glossy prints avail- Brooklyn Dodgers (afternoon)
man squad. come to tryout. NOTE: There arc a few open dates In April -St. Louis Cardsvs
the schedule which are expected to be able will be appreciated. Chicago White Sox: (afternoon)
i Last years' ball club finishedthe Tilled soon April 9 -New York Yankeesvs
season with 40 wins, 25: losses, Jax Braves (afternoon)
April 12 Cleveland Indians
All-Navy Cage and 2 tics, for a respectable .615 :: vs New York Giants (afternoon)
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Meet Advances average
SERIES opener for the Fliersis Mellon\ Dominates
The Bainbridge NTC Commodores March 27.28 when they host : )
South Atlantic Navy American International College at h Jax Pistol MatchTop

champions, defeated the Atlantic Mason Field. ," .
: : honors in the monthly Sax: _
Fleet 97-85, in the first
round of the, All-Navy Basket- The AIC nine is piloted by JoeO'Grady : \ Police Pistol Match went to Wil-
who has 12 men return- : :
ball Bainbridge.Tournament this week at ing from the "56" team which a ,; 6 6J : ; liam Sunday Mellon when of he NAS fired Jax a 183 last in

finished with a mediocre 8.7 re- ., ., ''" the
slow fire
competition 198 in
.Bainbridge was slated to oppose ,
WestPac in. second cord. ; the time fire match, and a 198 in
round fray, results a of c which Following is the Jax Navy ; the rapid fire competition, all out

were not available at press = : : of a possible 200.
time. Catholic Club Opens i'' rl tlf1IIii; Mellon also won the Grand Ag-

.. Doors To PersonnelDuring ible gregate 600.with a 581. out of a poss-

Pair Shares First In the Lenten season, Jesse Batson of VAH.-3 took
Blind first in the time
Weekly Bogey Roman Catholic naval personnel place fire matchin
the sharpshooters class
Two winners popped out o f are especially invited to attend
Rudolph of VAH-3 took
ii meetings of the Jacksonville
some 45 entries last Saturday
second place in the Grand
Aggregate -
Catholic Club for people between
the regular weekend Blind Bogej in the marksman class.
contest at the station golf course. the ages of 18 and 30. .

The tourney's lucky numbe:r The Club meets at St. Paul's A mother hen, experiencing difficulty -
Roman Catholic Church, 2609 ... .. .,
/ in
was 72, which was drawn out o f fA' ii W":: .11. ::':' ; .,. keeping a headstrong
a hat at the conclusion of the aCt_ Park St.,.the first and third Wednesday '. chick, in line, finally declared
activities. fo of each month at 2000. "If your could
ernoon's Qualifying :r pa see you now,
the prizes (three golf balls) wen.S Dues are payable but guests are I he'd turn over in his- gravy.**
Comdr.. Don Haroy and Dr J, W, welcome to all meetings. In addition e e
BOWLING CHAMPS Winners of the NATTCenter Intra
Sedlacek. to the regular meetings, asocial Hoarsely the impassioned En-
mural bowline crown with perfect record of 5ft wins and no
Haroy had an 81 with a sin e> affair Is held monthly. defeats, are the bowlers of Aviation Fundamentals School, Class sign begged "Whisper those
handicap for his 72, with Se deMore information can be bade 1'. Front row, (left to right) are M/Sgt. Red Greenwood, T/Sgt. three little words that will make _
lacek firing a 90 with a 18- trokt by contacting Miss Rosemary Fred Daly, Rl/Sgt. John Burner. Back row, M/Sgt Ernie O'Neal, me: walk on air." So the Jax
M/Sgt. Steve Mayer T/Sgl Ed Sivlcky and T/Sgt Karl Booth.
deficit to make up his winnini r Brown FL 9-5803 or Herb Benson The AvFund keglers, will next face the Malnside champions for debutante sweetly. told him, "Go
score!, EV 43812. the All-Station crown; hang yourself

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Three SeekMainside f- Host
Sebring To

IM e. Grand Prix Auto

B-Ball CrownMainside : Races SaturdayMany

intramural basketball ,
I and
servicemen dependent
well reconcile themselves N
might as -
fans : in this area will be flocking _
to the fact that the current
; to Sebring, Florida Saturday
three-way flag chase among CVG-, when the International Grand

17, Hospital and VFP-62 will 5 Prix of Endurance is held there.
not be decided until the ..-- 1.
probably Interest is running high in this
blows ending regulation
horn year's entry list which includes
late this
play drivers from almost a score of

Hospital, now tied for second i nations. Last year's winner, Juan

with V AU-', won three
place Manuel Fangio -of Argentina:: and
games in last week's play defeating his co-driver, Eugenio Cwrtelotti

Faetu 6249, Fasron 6, of Italy, will be racing against

69.56 and Xby a forfeit. Hospital each other this year
then lost to top place CAG- p 1S
S a. \ 4S. > S. Other top foreign drivers entered -
17 4644.In are: Peter Collins of England -

other games Facto drubbed '3 f ; the Marquis de Portago of
VP-5, 47-46; VP-5 'Won over Fas
1 Spain; Sir Sydney and Lady
ron 109 60-51; VFP-4J2 measured Greta Oakes of the Bahamas and

VAII 3, 15-63 and Fasron 6 tippedthe 1rSND millionaire sportsman and diplo
Marines 78-24. mat Porfirio Rubirosa of the

feTANWTNG x Dominican Republic.
C\' -I1 9 1 I R' "

VKP.42 Hospital! 10 30 2VAHJ 2 HARDWOOD CHAMPIONS Jax: Navy's basketball Filers went through post.. euon com- The race will be held at the

/ 3 petition in high fashion going* the finals of the South Atlantic Regional before falling to Bain- Sebring Air Terminal, a 5.2 mile

VW-4 Kasron 6 .1 8 4 4 bridge, L9.' 5t Earlier! Jax Navy had Hicpwarfnlly defended its Sixth Naval District rrown. Front row, twisting and turning course improvised -
\'p.5 7 (left to right) are: Frank Dement, Benny Taylor Ttit Trnerowicz' Joe Gregory and Dave Smith. Rear, from concrete
Kasron 109 8 Russ Vouxsein, Ernie Stewart, Tom Salvino, John Cirino, Ed Condrrn and Jim Good. runways
Keatu ,I 9 and taxi strips that once were

Marine Medical S 1 JI B 9 Win-Lose, WinLoseCommodores part of a bustling wartime air

VH-18 2 8 Georgia base.
X-2 3 JO Upends
KAW-11 0 8 .

VA-44 CoffiFatrJax. I Flier Linksmen Derail Fliers Jax Navy Skeetman

Jax Navy's varsity golf team '
First In Slate Shoot
suffered a 23-7 defeat by a
Share Lead
Keg strong University of Georgia In Regional Court Tourney Jax Navy ace Ken Pcndcrgra

VA-44 tied ComFairJax in last squad Sunday at the local fared well in the annual state

week's play to share top position I links skeet shoot at West Palm Beach
repetition is the story of Jnx Nnin the 1957 South
in the Mainside intramural bowling Jess Bourden of Georgia was last weekend.
Atlantic Uetfional; Basketball Tournament at Bainbridge -
loop. low with an even par 72, while NTC.It Pcndcrgras cracked a perfect

Operations won four games to Lou Chaff led Jax Navy witha 100 straight targets to snare first.

knock Special Services out of. 77. goes something like this Christi. place in the 20 gauge competition.

fourth place with VP-1-8 and Operations Jax Navy plays Georgia defeat Corpus Christi, lose to lIe tied for fourth with two

holding second and i Tech today, followed by the Cambridge, drop Corpus Christi Kessler ex-Maryland star, other shooters with 87x100 in ..

fourth positions in that order. University of Miami March once again, then bow to Bainbridge meshed a phenomenal 53 points, 12 gauge firing.Pendergrast .
for the second and decid- breaking a Barney Hall court rec-
This week concludes intramural 24. Both matches will take of VW-4, recently
ord set Pennsylvania's All-
bowling action at Mainside. place on the NAS golf course. ing time. captured first place in 20 ,gauge:
American Ernie Beck. He threwin
Standings as of March 18, l57.orFalrJax The annual Station Spring THAT, in brief is the story of competition at the Inter-Ameri
49 for
TrtlilINOH0 Cup Golf Tournament got under Jax Navy's Regional tourney for- points Bainbridge* a can Open Skeet Championship at
< 6 couple seasons back.
\'A.44 .so 6 way yesterday at the Naval tunes. Prior to this they gainedthe I Puerto Rico.

VI'.18 Operation 25 2.1 7 9 Air Station links.Frcclanccrs. right to represent this area by THE FLIERS took a terrific 53 The Jax Navy team led by

Spacial Service 22 ]0L winning the Sixth Naval District per cent shooting average into Pcndergras: is propping for the

'IIHron A472 109 21 16 11 8 crown. second day's play, facing home- Pan-American shoot at. Dallas

Hospital"'A w.n ::11:tl 11 11 Vic Things were really looking up standing Bainbridge who earlier Texas, April 2729.

'''/If'tu 21! 11 for Jax Navy in the opening had subdued Guantanamo Bay,
MAHTD (0 12 } f Cross eager gone, however, the ..
In cl 10ND champions 10459.
VW-43f3 :ii 14 Sunday game at Bainbridge. Bob Kessler Fliers gradually lost ground -
17 15
VF-171 19 17 The Jax Navy Freelance Bow. one of four "outsiders" Jax pickedup Tony Karpawich was injured in rather than gain.
VAH.3 12 J t 14 for this event led the CND this battle at a time when Jax
171spensary is 18 hunters held an intrasquad shooton Kessler and John Chino led
O&R Ortleers 12 16 champions to a sparkling 123-69 Navy was beginning to catch up
VF'1'.62 "C" 12 16 the NATTCentcr range last Jax Navy with 15 points apiece,
lAH 3ye1 11 21 22 Sunday in which the "Green"team victory over 8ND titlist Corpus to Bainbridge. With the ex-Holy while Howie Landa and Bill Dodd

"rlnp "'n" 12 24 captained by Carl Goddard scored 21 and 19 points respectively
V 'P.62 "5" 10 22 the victor. for the Commodores. ,
'naron 6 "]r' 10 22 emerged

'ornrnunlC'Rtlona Wave 19 22 21 Competing for individual hon NOW BACK to Corpus Christi

VW.4 Marine "G" 8 24 ors in the Broadhead round Roger 8ND kings and another Jax victory

'asron Officer 6 "A" 4 6 :28 26 Wood took first place with a an extremely costly one,

score of 510. lIe was followed by however. The Fliers won <3-56<) ,

Patterson Efcron Paul Underwood ((482)), Gary but lost the services of Kessler

McCullough (452)), and Bill who suffered a sprained thumb.

Charlie Holies had 18 points to
Weatherby ((439))
Snare All-Navy lead Jax Navy. The losers were
This Sunday, March 18, the
I r't'
; led by John Ball with S3 points.
Freelancers will hold another in-
Crowns Final game honors and the
trasquad shoot on the NATTCen-
championship went to Bainbridge -
Sixth Naval District boxers ter range. The feature event will 79-75 conquerors of Jax
Wescott round and the ar 4id7PwT'
captured two of the ten championships a .k : Navy. The winners led all the
scheduled to fly at
in the AU-Navy Boxing rows are way, at one juncture by 18 points.
Tournament last week at New 1300. y i- .. < .N s Bainbridge competing in the

port, R. I.Henry All.Navji Tournament this week,

Ebron, former National Stinkers Maintain a1 also at Barney Hall

Golden Gloves champion,. took Four members of Jax Navy's

the heavyweight diadem from Wives Keg Lead Sixth Naval District representatives -

Lewis Jones NAS San Diego. three straight I '1 : S are playing for Bainbridge.
Crowd-pleasing light heavy Cliff By 'the last week They are Cirino, Holies Kesslcr
from Splits .
Patterson gained the title with a games and Sam Hollingsworth.
split decision the Stinkers retained their leadin .
over Don Hobsonof Enlisted :

EBRON the USS Sierra. Men's the Wives NATTCenter Bowling league. Rose All-Navy Champs In

gained his win on a Weatherby and Al Franklin both I .( _
KO in the second round his third AAU Cage TourneyThe
knockout victory of the tourney. sported games of 186, which were

The 230-pounder is attached to I good enough to capture high game Navy will send a representative

the USS I honors for the week. to the National AAU Basketball
Milledgeville while Patterson
KM WilES now1IA4
Tournament slated for
hails from the "USS O'- Won IxKt.
Brian, *6 10Tialleri Denver Colo., next week.It .
Both Stinkers
men, however, were ;
24 tWoodiiecker marks the first time that a
Bearing the colors of the Sixth :JO! 16
Naval Deuce 19 17 team composed of Naval personnel -
District from Key West. 22Chopppri '
Split \ on active duty is entered In
other CND boxers fell IJ :
by Rool Katz a % national AAU play.
the wayside in the All-Navy l'ln rakDance
The to be billed an
event, after capturing' titles in I LEAPING LENAS High off the deck roes John Lalght to team as
Regional Friday At YWCA sink one for CAG-17 in a Mainside Intramural basketball encounter All-Navy basketball championship -
Jesus competition. They were: are invited, last week. The CAG outfit defeated Hospital .,-u. to con aggrE'gation."om be the .
Valentine, 112-pounds, cf) Military at the I tinue in first place. Regular season play ends this week In the winner of the All-Navy Tourney
NAS Galley; Ray Sharabba 113-' to a dance tomorrow Mainside loop. Other identifiable players are Robby Skelley (10)), Bainbridge '
Pounds VA-175; and Eddie Agin YWCA, 325 East Duval St. The CAG-17; Chuck Wilson (behind L ib1), Hospital, and Gtne Bath, currently underway at -

165 pounds, Key West. affair gets underway at 2000. Hospital. NTC.T .

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I. Up The C Of C Official Visits AGO Class Emlll.IiI

LADDERWith For Rent

The Jacksonville Chamberof Naval Air Station and the surrounding vantage of post graduate work 5-Rm. Apt. Furn. or Unfurn. 1312

CiviliansOn Commerce officially welcomed areLJohnson that may be offered them McDuff Ave. Nisbet.

the promotion roster effective the new class of 258 expressed his view while they are in the Navy. Sleeping rooms. Kitchen private.
130 W. 6th St. $8.00 share
\ February 24, and March ensigns of Aviation Ground that the Naval installations in Capt. C. L. Moore, NATT- home $45. Call after or 5 a

.' 10 and 11, were 18 employees, Officers School to the city last the Duval County area will Center commanding officer, Smith. p.

{ eight from Supply Department, week. thanked Johnson for his cooperation 3-Bdrra. Home 4315 GaribaldiAve.
continue to thus helping
six from Overhaul, one from In a lecture at NATTCenter'sKing
the expansion of the adjoining in Navy-Community Inquire 4307 Garibaldi
Public Works Department and Hall, Chamber of Com-
four from Miscellaneous Departments merce representative William communities themselves. relations and indicated that he Ave. EV- -U7 Nelms.

S. Johnson indoctrinated the Johnson also told the recent was scheduled to receive an 3-Bdrm. Hse. 5117 Marlene Ave.
to take ad. award in the near future. (Lake Shore), EV94640. Dollar -
officers on the history of the college graduates
', Promoted at Supply Department -
(0 & R) Shop 630.
were Martha Aleywinc, 2-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. 204 River Rd.

printing publications clerk GS3to Orange Park. Andrews.For .
property and supply clerk House Raises Sale

(typist) GS-4; Richard Bell, laborer
3-Bdrm. Home-Venetia Manor,
third step to mail clerk GS-
Savings Bond 4214 Timuquana Rd. EV74544...
3; Marilyn Paris, property and Comdr. MacPhee.
supply clerk GS-3 -freight
3-Bdrm. Home. Venetia Ter. EV-
traffic clerk (general) (typist) Interest RateThe
9-1890 after 6 p. m. Johnson.
GS-4; Evelyn Greene, typist GS-
first step in raising interest 3-Bdrm. Hse. 4944 Ortega Hills
2 to clerk-typist GS-3; Nettie
rates on Government "E" and Dr. EV-9-1454 after 5 p. m. or
traffic clerk
Kicklighter, freight
bonds taken Monday weekends. Stewart.
(.general) (typist) /JS-4 to supervisory 'II" was r ,.
freight traffic clerk whrn the House passed legislation 3-Bdrm. CBS Home. 2306 Cedar
allowing the Treasury to up Shore Cir. EV87136. Equity.
and John Welch
(general) GS-5; ,
the interest to 3.5 percent. W R Pay'ts $84. Mo. Cashwell
purchasing agent GS-4 to
pur- (USNII). Ext. 47,
chasing agent GS-5. The Senate is expected to approve -
the measure effecting seriesE 4-Bdrm. Home. 4513 Blount Ave
Advanced at 0 &: R were Carol EV86486. Miller.
and H bonds .purchased on or
Coleman, aircraft i electrical
after 1. 2-Bdrm. Hse. at sacrifice. EV9.
equipment installer second step MIDGET SUB The tiny X-1 submarine,.one of the Navy's 1601. Foline.
to electrician (aircraft) first The plan to raise the interest latest defense .weapons, is shown here moving into her berth at 1956 Ranch-Home Trlr. 42-ft. 2.

t step; Richard Ennis, radio mechanic rates on the most popular Govern-, New London, Conn. The small craft will guard America's coast- Bdrms. $2100 Equity for $600.
third step to electronics I ment bonds was devised by the lines against under-water attack. Assume payt's $88.83. RA-4.

mechanic third step; Robert Fair- Treasury in order to make them
6160 after,4:30: p. m. Wagner
man, supervisory industrial engineer more attractive to the public.
Outside For Federal Lord PWD Ext. 422.
GS-9 to supervisory industrial Sales of the bonds have been falling MiscellaneousWanted :

engineer GS-11 Francis off, due to the present com
; : Ride from Highlands at
Lescarbeau, guard GS-3 to electrician petitively low interest level of 3 Employees ,Has Top BackingA least 4 days a wk. Employed
percent, on which income tax
(aircraft) first step; Bonnie O & fc. 0700-1530. PO-4-6622.
Renaker, typist GS-2 to prop- must be paid when the bonds bill providing for outside training of Federal employees, and Dawsey (Shop 532)).

ertY and supply clerk GS-3; and mature. at the same time strengthening and clarifying the present in-service Wanted: Middle-aged Christian

James T a 1a nUs i engineering This would be the first rise In training authority, is said to have an excellent chance of being approved lady wants practical nursing or

draftsman (general) GS-3 to engineering interest rates on the bonds since into law this year. ... domestic work. EV43179.

I. draftsman (general) 1935. The bill has the backing of the employee could receive more Edenfield.

GS-4. Administration, and both Chair- than a year of outside training Wanted: Passengers to share
men Johnston and Murray of the of Fed- car pool from Lake Forest-
All-Navy during any 10-year period
CVG-4 Senate and House Post Office and eral service. i Riverview area. 0730-1600.
(Cont. from Page 1) Civil Service Committees are sup- also Pauline. Ext.-8673.
(Continued from Page 1> Benefitting employees
Fred ofJacksonville' porting it. Found: One medium sized cam-
drew keen competition between "Pappy" Schilling, one would have to guarantee to remain -
S 0 era at NAS Jacksonville. Can
all-time radio in Government after their
day fighter will squadrons also include, the 1957 favorites; Virginia Atter, local The legislation would authorize training for .a period of at least be picked up by proper identi

program between both competition and- TV[ and recording star; and agencies to send employees to three times that spent in train- fication. Call Ext-8473-Sgt

jet Charles Ost, TV personality and colleges, trade schools, industrial ing, unless involuntarily sep- Stallings.
prop-driven attack squadrons. former' vaudeville trouper Ed laboratories and other educa- arated. I Wanted to borrow: A livery coat

With earned the double majority"E's"of pilots this having Bell, one of the nation's top disc tional institutions in order to While in training, the employee 1 (southern mansion coachman

year,. jockeys and radio personalities, further their experience and apti- would receive his regular salary type) for use on the doormanfor
CVG-4 rank i in
squadrons high will be master of ceremonies. tude in their jobs. Only rarely plus all training expenses. the "Magnolia Ball" to be

weapons proficiency and stand a would a college degree be attained -...--'- held at the "0" Club. This
good chance of> capturing top in this way. particular type coat is desiredby

honors in all three phases. The Government would also be Take ApplicationsFor the Navy Officers Wives

COMPETING against like Pacific given specific authority to pro- Club. Call EV72967.

Fleet squadrons, both VA-44 vide in-service training. LDO ProgramSince
and VA-45 will participate in air. 0 0 .
With TheToastmasters
to-ground rocket firing, low alti- Each agency must limit the March 1, over 100 NATT-

tude glide bombing and high alti- amount of outside training in non. Center personnel have applied for

tude dive bombing. Federal facilities to one percentof participation in the fleet-wide

Since VA-44 pilots fly F9F-8B its employees each year. No integration, Warrapt Officer, and
Cougar jets, they will compete in Limited Duty Officer programs. The Mar-Nav-Easy 7 Club

over-the-shoulder loft bombing FurLinedCont. Department heads and division meets in the CPO ballroom at

while VA-45 pilots, who fly pro- officers are authorized to submit 1830 this Thursday evening fora

peller-driven AD-6 Skyraiders, ( from Page 1) nominations and to forward applications dinner meeting. Any E-7 interested

will seek to add up points in tossed their oratorical gems before from eligible personnel in becoming a toastmaster

medium angle loft bombing. over 100 members and their serving with their departmentswho is cordially Invited to attend

Fighter Squadron 43, third '2A guests. Other contestants included appear to meet the estab the meeting.The .
place team winner last year, will Lou Sartor, Navy Jax lished qualifications. fur-lined gavel won by ..

strive for top position'with the Toastmasters, defending cham- The qualifications for partici Don Muller at the area speak-off

20-mm cannon fired from F9F-8 pion; Gordon King, Navy Civil pation in the program are out contest last week, now reposesin

Cougars at towed sleefe targets ian Toastmasters of Jax; and lined in NATTCenter Jax Instruc- the custody of the M r-Nav

over the Chocolate Mountains Lewis Sweet, Downtown Toast- .tion, 1120.7. Further informationcan Club.

gunnery range at 15,000 and 25,- masters. also be obtained by contact- Navy Civilian Toastmasters of

000 feet. Sergeant Muller, who has had ing the Information and Education Jax enjoyed one of their biggest

",1' COMDH. WILLIAM E. Fly, !# A .l no public speaking experience Office at NATTCenter, Bldg. turn outs Tuesday night, with

Commander Carrier Air Group ?fI/ Y prior to joining the Toastmasterslast 500, extension 8388. three speeches highlighting the

Four, 'will fly to El Centro with November, had as his topic -... --- program arranged by Aubrey
the three teams on March 28. 's a, "Should Mothers Work." He delivered A returned traveler from Wales Silvey.

I '. ,. Participating pilots, including .. \ a sharp and emphaticsevenminute reports that whenever the
1 commanding officers of each talk, pointing out through trains stop at Llanfech- Mike Cascone talked on NonDiscrimination -

r. squadron, are: Comdr Thomas the pros and cons of the argument pwillgogerych the guards simply Policy of the
Coppedge, Jr., skipper! oi VF-43; r- r call out, "If anybody's getting out Federal Government"; Lawton

Lt. Harold Wellman; and Ltjgs( ) e here,, this is it." Green spoke on "Survival"; and
Worsowicz delivered his
1 .qr Dom
William DeHart, Charles Conrad
} Lt. Cusack Headed icebreaker "Me and I."
end Demtrio Verich of VF-43: P COio Myself

From VA-44 are Comdr. Theron t For Pensacola Duly II Evaluators were Dick Silber-
INA nagel, Andy Planey and Bill
officer Lt.
Taylor, ; 1M11AT/
Lt William E. Cusack. Jr., Clearman. Master evaluator for
Jack Rader; and Ltjgs) John
Keating; James Willis, Jr. and _......... -- clinical officer at NATTCenter's I T TLLJ the entire program was Leonard
Patrick Marsha. Dispensary, has been ordered> to t L aL Eubanks.

Attack Squadron 45's pilots include PRETTY STUDY Good report for duty at NAS Pensa I D NtI Milo Jones reported from the
Glendon Goodwin 9 NI "er" counter; Tom Forrest was
: Comdr. looks and food books help cola.Dr.
commanding officer; Lt. Edward shapely Carol Underhill call attention Cusack has been at NATT- I N fz R timekeeper; Ernie Newberg gave

Fay; Lt. Hubert Ten Eyck= ; Lt. to the summer convention Center since October, 1956. He'llbe 4 I the invocation; Ray Datres was
of the National Association detached from the Center topic master while Walt Stanul
to ;
Charles Pearson and Ltjg( )
(jg) of Legal Secretaries lit Las
morrow. (Answer to Page 3 Puzzle) acted as toastmaster.
r Theodore Morton. Vegas, Nevada.