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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Families living in the

Mainside\ Enlisted Housing

Area at long last may apply
for telephone service.

After long years of negotiations
carried on betweenthe

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Sixth Naval ,
A COUPLE OF FIRSTS The huge IIR2S Sikorsky helicopter on the left dwarfs the Nu,.'. newest supersonic Jet, the F8U Crusaderon NAS Communications and
the right, as both await pilot overhaul at the Overhaul and Repair Department here. It marks the first overhaul for both types of aircraft
at the Jax 0 & II plant. The helicopter, one of the largest in the world, is used by the Marine Corps for assault, as a troop carrier Public Works Departments,
and cargo carrier The F8U is the Navy's speediest jet. (Another photo on Page 8.) the service is: now assured
for that arcn.Residents .

of Dewey Park,
however, will *till have to
wait a while. Negotiationsfor
telephone service there
JffiJ118VOL15 have not yet been com-

pleted, although hopes are

now be. high that they soon will


The telephones will be installed -

No. 1 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 11 April 1957 at no cost to the
to the
Navy, on application
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Jacksonville Office, South

Holy Week j Rodifer Wins ern Telegraph Bell Company Telephone and



ServicesSet Talent Show

Pay Bill Now

HereHoly At CharlestonMaster In Hands Of


Week and Easter pantomimist Emmet Budget Unit

services have been planned by Rodifer, AN, of Light Photographic Fulfilling his promise to ex-
All Saints' and St. Edward'sChapels .
i 62 pedite prompt action on the
Squadron capturedfirst
Palm Sun-
starting i- Cordiner pay proposals, De-
in the District Elim-
place
day and to be held daily there- fense Secretary Wilson for-

after through Easter Sunday. inations of the All-Navy Talent warded the plan, with certain

A three-hour Good Friday Contest held Tuesday at Charleston undisclosed modifications to

Service will be held from 1200 to S. C. Naval Base i the Budget Bureau last week.
1500 in All Saints' Chapel. The
service will be based on the Winner of the Jax trials: held There is no way of deter-
mining how long the proposalswill
Seven Last Words from the Cross, earlier this month, Rodifer was -
be held .by the Budget
with intermissions between the the lone Jax man to place in the
Bureau, or what further
Words to permit personnel to enter ,
District meet. Other Jax entries
changes, if any, it may make
or leave as necessary.The .
.. were comedian.,James Bell, AN, before transmitting them to
annual Easter Sunrise t
I } : Congress. Sometimes the '\,
Service will be held Easter Sun- ; of VAH-3; and vocalist Ensign
Budget Bureau acts within
day at 0545 at the NAS Stadium, ; .'__. Joe Hacffner, AGO School.
Ws.ra'row.MAH.e'/ms n'1" ---- days, but it has on Occasion
with the Naval Air Station, Naval
MAN-OF-MONTII AT FASRON 109 Gerald Morrison, AB3, Rodifer moves next into the delayed for weeks and even
Air Technical Traininng Center Is being congratulated by Comdr. Sidney Englehardt, skipper of Southeastern Zone eliminationsalso months.
and Naval Hospital participating.. Fasron 109, after being.selected as the man of the month for
Music will be rendered by All March. The winner of this award receives a $35 gift certificate being held at Charleston. Congress will recess for
Saints' Chapel Choir and the Jax from one of Jacksonville's leading clothiers. Morrison is due to Easter from April 18 to 29,
Oilier winners at Charlestonwere
depart this week for duty aboard the USS Roosevelt (CVA-12)) and will take bills
Navy Band. Chaplain W. R. Bryant David Clements, baritone, up priority
will deliver the message. VA...! I, VA-15 Post Hiph Scores from NAS Pensacola, second; first returning.. If an effective -
The complete schedule of religious The Novaks, magician and escape Jan. 1, 1958 date for
,:: services of both chapels the pay bill is to be achieved,
act, from Parris Island, S. C.,
will be found on Page 8. Two lax Attack SquadronsPlace third; and Walter Booker, SN, as is: hoped, Congress would
have to enact it before it goes
tenor, from NAS Pensacola, alternate
home in July or early August.
Over In MeetAttack .
7,000 Weapons __ _n_ _

EM Squadron 41 and Attack Squadron 45 took sec- Distinguished Public Service AwardTo
Upped] ond and third place honors, respectively, in the airtogroundevents
at the National Naval Air Weapons meet held at El
To PO3 Centro, Calif., April ]-5. Be Presented To 'Bill' JohnsonWilliam

The Navy disclosed last week The squadrons ere based at 230 points. S. Johnson, executive vice-president and manager of
that 7067 enlisted personnel have NAS Jacksonville. VA-44 posteda IN THE air-to-ground events, the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce, will be presentedwith
been advanced to third class score of 3,701.6 points for the (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) the Distinguished Public Service Award the highest award

petty officers, as a result of the meet and VA-45 posted 3,691.2.In the Navy can give to a civilian: in a ceremony at the Naval Ail-

Nov. 21 special tests for that a roaring finish, Marine S Station Jacksonville on Friday, April 12.
based The ceremony will be held on
grade. Fighter Squadron 314, at
villa for the past 16 years, and
The exam was the first of two :I the Marine Corps Air Station, El the parade ground, starting at the resulting friendly relations

additional annual tests for E-4 Toro, Santa Ana, Calif., emerged 0900. between the civilian and military
established to level out the onboard victorious in the final day. TilE AWARD, which consistsof
strength in ratings short of a medal and citation signed by populations.
VMF-314 fought its way from a MR. JOHNSON has aided in
third class petty officers. Another 4 the Secretary of the Navy, will be
special testing session for P03s fifth place on the first-day to presented to'Mr. Johnson by Rear the preparation and presentationto

will be held May 2, with all who win top honors in air-to-air firing Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Com- Che' Secretary of the Navy ota )
The Marine team posted a brochure detailing the possibilities -
pass expected to be promoted. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.
Thirty-eight ratings-16 gen- score of 6,512 points for the four- Participating in the program will of the Mayport Base, devel

eral service and 22 emergency day competition. be Capt. William S. Harris, com- opment of which has since estab-
service-will be tested in May. Second place honors in the air- manding officer of NAS Jacksonville lished Jacksonville as one of the
Only 21 ratings were tested in to-air phase went to Fighter all resident commanding major Naval aviation bases in the
November. Squadron 51 from NAS, Mira- officers, and Mr. Jack Kava- nation. /

Meanwhile, announcements of mar, San Diego, Calif., which tallied naugh, chairman of the Naval Affairs The Distinguished Public Service
the results of service-wide ex- 6,393 points for the meet. Committee of the Jackson- Award has been given in very
ams for all petty officer grades Top individual high scorer in air- 0-- ville Chamber.AT limited numbers to those out-
held in February will be made to-air competition was Comdr. MARINE-OF-MONTH THE CLOSE of the cere- standing citizens whose personaland
soon. The first group to get the Alexander Vraciu, commanding Alfred Doocey was selected mony, the Jax Navy band and direct contribution to the
Marine of the Month at the
word will be those who tried for officer of VF-51 and a rankingace NAS Marine Barracks for his platoons of the Emergency De- Navy produced tangible resultsto
chief, who should hear late this of World War II. Comdr. outstanding performance of fense Force will pass before the the accomplishment of the
month, probably by message to Vraciu posted 2,256 points for duty during the month of reviewing stand and guests of the Navy's mission.

the fleet in an AINav as last year. the four-day meet. March.mast He and received a 72-hour a meritorious pass.- Navy invited to witness the pres- Mr. Johnson's service began in

The Naval Examining Center, Second place in the air-to-air Doocey was cited for his neat- entation.In 1941. A native of Harrisburg, Pa.,
Great Lakes,t 111., will send authority individual competition was taken ness, attitude, conduct and the honoring Mr. Johnson, the where he attended publia schools,
to effect the other petty by Ltjg( ) Charles Conrad Jr., of example he set for other mem- Navy cites the close and contin- i he was graduated cum laude from
officer promotions in about a VF-43, NAS Jacksonville who bers of the his guard duty as while a patrol performing ual work he has performed for Bucknell University Lcwisbury::,
month to all commands. placed third, with a score of 2- driver. and with the Navy in Jackson- I Pa., in 1922.



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g JAX AIR NEWS 11 April 1957




J11X ;zfl4g s Enjoying V our Spring Fun? College Given 100 Training- PO'sA




Publish every Thursday tor Nary and Marine activities at Naval Air Think Of Cerebral Palsied DuPers selection boardwas
Station Jaikcomllle Florida DAS' Jftcktoat UU to have met Tuesday to

Capt. William S. Harrla __ Commanding Officer pick 100 topnotch petty officers
Comdr. llobcit H. smith .__..- fcjiecuthe; OMlcer in tries of articles dealing with agencies for college
)V et Air JMkioiillfc (This is the fourth a training this fall
Rear Adm. Pclbcrt S. Cornwell Commander involved in the first fund raising campaign of the year within the under the Navy Enlisted Advance
.
Capt. S. S. 5t af\7, Jr. Chief ot buff
-
Fleet Air Vtl>* ;lcn. Jax Navy complex. This week pertinent data is offered on United School Program.
Capt Sidney S. Lawrence ..._?_._..._ ..,.....-.. ________ Commander others Ten
Cuindr. T. S. White .. .. Chief SUM Officer Cerebral Palsy.) were to be selected as
11ar.i Alt Teck.tcal TraJaUf inter of and stand for baseball alternates.The .
Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. ______ ___________ Commanding Officer To most us, spring summer ,
Comdr. \\lllrcd E. llrkhman v..ecuUu officer swimming, and the many activities that have become a personnel selected
will])
Cnpt Benjamin N Ahl Nanl UMplt&l Commanding Officer part of our way of life. To some 200,000 cerebral palsy attend a nine-week
Capt. Many: siiupp ....... minutes precollegeprepping :
NAUTU Executive: Officer children and to the one being born every 53 spring school at Bainbridge

Capt. Norman O. Anderson .. .. Commanding Officer and summer are no different than the monotonous past. Md. ,
Comdr. \\llllara E. Hardy ____ ._ _-. Lxccuilvt Officer master the
made to simplest
The hours of tiring effort According to long-range

The JAX AIR NEWS la published at the U. S. NavAl Air Station, tasks of daily living is a far cry from summer fun !ICEUEBUAL Navy plans, the successful
Jickgon\lllp. Florida, and printed rtxnmerdnlly with appropitatrd funds enlisted
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS: P-T5. Rnr. PALSY IS a vicious crippler. It can affect college graduates will
Nov. 1945. Coplri are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the not only muscle control but vision, hearing and speech. become
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Rescue raining Unit, ana the "systems analysts"_
U. S. Natal Hospital. There is no known cure, but there is effective treatment.It trouble shooters for the

Ser Ice reformation Officer_......?........._.Lt Dave Cecsley is no longer necessary for the cerebral palsied child to intricate technical many
systemsnow
Assistant Editor Managing- Oiidon; Editor Hobble-; Andrew Staff Reporters H. Plarwy- Kay Sutton; Jackllotmes : I be hidden and to be considered hopeless and helpless as in used by the Navy.

1'hjllU,Fletcher rut; ;Lynn Staff Vtetdman.1'hotogrspher; J03-; John James Until Moore, JOSN J'HX; Ben bjlar, SA; the past. Treatment, though, requires the help of highly The men chosen will attend

FI'SThat lA NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service trained therapists, and even with that help, there is no Purdue University and an-
l appearing In this, publication may not be reprinted withoutthe i shortcut.IT .
written permission of Armed Forces Press S'ivlce\ Republication of other other un-announced engineering -
matter except by service publications, li prohibited without permission of i MAY TAKE MANY hours before the cerebral pal- college.

lilltor Editorial: JAX Am offices NEWS.located MaID Administration Building. Phone extension sied child can control his breathing and throat muscles

R-W8.: 216 and 8161. enough to even blow out a candle, a very important step

toward the beginning to talk. Controlling a hand enough to

Air News Is 14 Years OldThe manage a button or to tie a shoe string is impossible with t.ti

out the help of a trained occupational therapist Walking,

Jax Air News enters its 15th year of publicationthis even a few burdensome steps in heavy braces, is for many a Lllltlli

month, having been born 14 years ago on April 1, dream fulfilled only after endless hours of work and physical -

1913, when NAS Jacksonville was in its infancy. therapy.So .

Chief disseminator of Station and Navy news, it although spring docs not open up a new season of

covers activities of six separate commands and lesser separate fun for victims of cerebral palsy, it does offer continued

units, including NAS Jax, Fleet Air Jax, Naval Air hope. Locally these children are helped through the United

Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Naval Cerebral Palsy of Jacksonville, a voluntary health agency (Prepared by NATTC Librarianfor

Hospital, and Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. supported by contributions such as yours through your donation all
Navy libraries in the
area)
to the Federal Service Fund
Raising Campaign.
A total of 8,000 copies of the Jax Air News are distributed --- The Bible For Family Reading:

free of charge to military and civilian personneleach -- 4c 'SY f S r .Y '+4Y An excellent choice for Lenten'

week. reading which serves well as a

As it enters its 15th year, the Jax Air News will con- { guide for a custom again becoming

tinue to keep personnel informed up to the minute on all a recognized part of happy

topics vital to their welfare and well-being. It is also our family activity.

aim to build pride in individual and unit accomplishments
Some libraries have
and performance through recognition of their efforts. In special ex-

this way we feel we are helping the Station and the Navygo hibits to help you select' ap-
propriate reading for this season.
on to even greater heights.We .
Where they do not, the books are
like to refer to the Jax Air News as a "family generally available in the usual

newspaper," emphasizing that we here at NAS Jax are a \
shelving space, where you are invited
closely knit group with a common objective.As to browse.

we put another candle on our cake, like any teenager Smoke On The Mountain: An

we approach our 15th year confidently find with interpretation of the Ten Com-

eager anticipation. a mandments.The .


wsurrvx: :.yr.new%.. .'N.,"'Nm.w..yrrcr........,.....{..;.."nwrMnrxrxlr.,........:....'.i.I..W..............,. ..'."".'..I..u.-vav.nxtJ -:..'... Comdr. Durio New :; ,,.,.. :a1. s book gathers Bible As archaeological History: A new evidence -

:;:: to reveal the scientific his-
: : 0 ';i CO At VA-101
torical foundations of the Old and
+".1.1ii Comdr. Jack has
Durio relieved New Testaments. Fascinating ma-

w ii dtgrdll Lcdr. Laverne Cumminsas terial to enhance appreciation of

commanding officer of Attack
:;;r ___v ,__ Biblical reading.
11 Squadron 104. This Is My Philosophy: Another -
Thursday, April HONORED FOR
20 TEARS]
Lcdr- George
VA- Krickley NAS
Comdr. Durio comes to
Mainside Tears For Simon Fiscal Officer, presents 20 year federal service pins to Charles I new book in which twentyof
(color drama) with David Garrar, 104 from duty as operations Small (left) and Mrs. Elizabeth Bates, employees of the Fiscal De- the world's outstanding thinkers
officer of Air Task Group partment.
share the
David Knight and Julia Arnall. "deepest meanings
202, which recently completedan they have found in life."

( NATTCenter western) -Robert Sundownerscolor Preston extended Mediterraneantour Pay Raise For Employees In Lower Treasury Of Catholic Thinking:
aboard the USS Randolph.Lcdr. A
which affords
compilation
and John Jr. Also
Irish.Hospital Darrymore. Cummins is now with Grades thoughful and delightful readingfor
Sporting Attack Supported By New Group
Squadron 176 as commanding people of all faiths.
Last of the Dadmen officer.
Civil Service Passion Of The King: A Protes-
employees in the lower
(color western) George Mont- salary grades have gained
the support of a second group of top businessmen tant theologian's discussion of the
who feel
gomery and Meg Randall. Also that all
Magoo cartoon. I employees should benefit by pay raise. significance of Holy Week.

Two CarriersAt Mysticism Of Paul The Apostle:
Friday, April 12 N Previously the Cordiner Com-
postal pay raise still seem better Albert Schweitzer exemplifies to
Mainside Anastasia (color mittee had recommended pay next year than this. many people just what religion
and Yul raises for workers in Grades 7 ..
drama) Ingrid Bergman Mayport means in the life of a man of our
and above only. However, in
Drynner. time. His work St. Paul's phil-
Gray Lady on
making the recommendations the Training
NATTCcnter Tears For Si- This WeekendThe Committee failed to mention osophy and teaching is wholeheartedly

mon (color drama) David Garrar, em- Course Set April 15 I recommended to all.
ployees in the lower grades because
David Knight and Julia Arnall. Mayport Naval AuxiliaryAir The Buddha, The Phophet, and
it
Station this weekend will was concerned only with The semi-annual :
Gray Lady The Christ teachingsof
Hospital Sundowners (color : The sacred
professional and
have "full house" for the second managementtype training will
a course be held April three here
western) Robert Preston and jobs. religions are pre-
weekend in a row, with the air- 15 through 19 at Naval Hospital,
Sporting sented
John Barrymorc Jr. Also with a final chapter sum
Irish. craft carriers USS Randolph and The Senate Post Office and Jacksonville, in Ward D-2. marizing the difficult questions

USS Roosevelt in port. Civil Service Committee's advi- Anyone interested in
which
Saturday, April 13 receiving arise from comparison.
Mainside Secret Diary of The Randolph and the Roose- sory council, also composed of top this training should contact the Good choice for those who appreciate
velt both in last businessmen, is urging adjustmentof Red Cross office
Joseph Stalin (drama) Les Bar were Mayport at the Hospital= the necessity for respectful
ker and Zsa Zsa Gabor. Also Pa- weekend, but left for short cruises postal salaries for those who before Monday. Classes will be understanding of religious

cific Sports. during the week. Both are expected are paid on about the same pay held from 0930 to 1200 each day. beliefs of all people in a troubled
to return scale as applies to the of I
Saturday. majority Gray Ladies are needed to fill world.
NATTCenter Anastasia (col-
Other carriers which will be rank-and-file Federal classified the vacancies created by transfer I Barabbas: There are excellent
or drama) Ingrid Bergman and
employees.
assigned headquarters in Mayport of Navy wives. They fill an novels with Biblical and religious
Yul Brynner.
are the USS Antietam, which will Increases in postal salaries active role in the social service, backgrounds far too many to

Hospital Tears For Simon arrive April 21, USS Essex and would almost inevitably be fol- recreational, and pediatrics pro- list in a short column We select
(color drama) I David Garrar, USS Saratoga, which will be lowed grams at the
by similar pay boosts for Hospital and havea this because the subject is unusual -
David Knight and Julia Arnall. transferred on May 7 and May 1, Federal classified workers. variety of tasks from which to the treatment excellent, and

.. respectively.The choose their work. the book received world acclaim
However, the economy wave .
Judge: "You claim you shot Essex and the Saratogaare now when the author was honored
sweeping Washington has
Joe: "There's
your wife accidently?" not expected to arrive until slowed Federal been quite a with the Nobel Prize.
employee legislation ruckus in
Prisoner: "Yes, sir, it was an late May or June, however.Of in Congress Washington because I .
practically to
a women have never had their pictures The first United States coin on
accident. She got in front of my the two carriers in port this standstill Although employee "
on paper money. which the motto "In God WeTrust"
mother-in-law" just as I pulledthe weekend, only the Roosevelt is leaders refuse to give up hope, Moe: -Well, they sure know appeared was a two-cent
trigger. home-based at Mayport. the chances for classified
and how
to get their hands on it." piece in 18G4.I .







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I VAH-3, VW-4, VA-44, VA-172, FAW-11


r VA-175 ReportScouting




r. 1 Squodrons


;- -
\'AII-3
ly returned from NAS Occana,
cti for their carrier
Getting ready
Z
"' 1r anti : : s, '1 qualification period on the USS Va. where they operated with

_
Commander Operational Devel-
Franklin D. Roosevelt next
Force in evaluation tests.
opment
week, Heavy Attack Squadron
On completion of this evalua-
Three has been engaged on ex
tion the received an
squadron
m tensive night field carrier landing *
Air
; "outstanding" from Fleet
practice, and the sound of
Defense Center Dam
Training ,
the big Turbojets have been
Neck Va.
heard over Mayport and Cecil ,
g In a period of eight days, the
r Field at all hours of the night
F2H-2 Banshees of VA-172, which
VAH-3 donned party clothes

last week and showed that they incidentally is the only opera

tional in the fleet
squadron
can play as hard as they work

-- ._-,- .... ._",,- ,_..., amassed a total of 150 hops and
Buddy Dwyer, AN;; kept every-
NEW OFFICERS FOR NAVY JAX TOASTMASTERS an Installation t'rrrmonylast Thurs. one in good spirits, and Chief I 300 hours of flight time. A terri

elected officers of the Toastmasters Club of three aboard the Station fic mainte
day, newly one were job was done by
Nnr.JaJt John Egar did his best to .
handed their chores for 1957. outgoing president, is shown handing the gavel to prove nance, giving as many as twelve
incoming president, Lt. Bill Barren. Left to right are: Lcdr. Clancey Rich, Sergeant at Arms; Lt. Col. that a party that starts on Friday

Emanuel: Timm, Executive Vice President; Capt. Rob Keller, Educational Vice President; and Lt Bar- i should at least last until planes per flight on several occasions -

ron, all incoming officers; Lcdr. Anania: and outgoing officers. MaJ. Lou Sartor, Executive Vice President Sunday. out of a possible 14.

;'Cai>t. Sass Sassar, Educational Vice President; Ltjg( ) Ron Moreland, Sergeant at Arms; and The planning committee earned An all hands party was held at

Ltjg( Casey Jones, reelected Secretary. the Anchorage last week. The
praise from all hands in makingthe

I party such a success, the only "iron-man trophy" was taken by

Air Conditioned Quarters question raised being, "When the enlisted men, who won over

will the smoke clear so we can the officers and chiefs. They col

have another one?" lected the most points in the

sports competition which Included

Still A Long Way Off VW-4 softball, volleyball, ping-

NOTE pong, horseshoes and checkers.
"A thing of beauty is a joy
The squadron said goodbye to
This Saturday, evening the CPO Members of the armed services will have to get along a while forever." Such is the maxim b>' one of its pilots last Monda'

yet without air-conditioned quarters, Assistant Defense Secretary which the personnel of VW-4,
club will feature dancing to an when Ltjg) Thomas R. McKinnon -

orchestra in the club's ballroom Floyd S. Bryant has told the air conditioning industry.The particularly the First Lieutenant's was transferred to VF-l0a:
maintains Fleet lead-
crew,
from 2030 to 0030. main objection, is cost units and could claim discrimination. NAS Cecil Field
in the of their
The dance is informal and no Some progress, he said, has been ership appearance .
the around.
squadron spaces year
reservations are required. made in air conditioning military SINGLE MEN LIVING in barracks This week an all-out effort is "'A\\'.1J

Club manager J. F. Lane has hospitals and training facilities Air
would also register com- being made to make the best Fleet Wing-11 staff personnel -
been relieved of his duties by
with the value of systems cur- plaint, he said. look better. enjoyed the all hand-
even
Fred Folsom. Chief Lane has been
rently installed "not less than The high military budget for With confident anticipation, party last Tuesday at the station
the club for almost two
manager $200 million. Added to this is an this and future years means the brand new rcd-and-black uni- Skeet Club. Steaks with all the

years.improvements During and his additions tenure many have annual $10 million maintenance services must establish prioritiesand forms and the determined lead- trimmings and dancing to the

cost to keep the systems operable. "housing must inevitably be of Carl Woodward music of a five piece Combo from
been made to the club, including ership manager

the beautiful Harris Room. ADMITTING THAT Defense, well down on the. .list" he added. AD3, the VW-4 soft-ball the Station made it a gala even-

Chief Lane is departing for duty like civilian industry, finds that team is about to launch into the ing.

at Moffett Field, while Chief Folsom "climate control" in offices and Nelson Gels Honors 1957 season. With the strong and Special thanks to the party

arrived recently for duty at other buildings reduces absenteeism faithful support of their ship committee for a fine affair go to _

NAS from Destroyer Forces, Atlantic and promotes work turn- At AO SchoolMarion mates, these "Hurricane Hunters"will B. C. Rhodes, AKC, chairman of. '

out and personnel morale, the be hard to beat. all arrangements. His able assistants

T. Nelson, AOAN, of were J. J. Hall YNI, S.
assistant declared that to VW-4 for
The attention of all club pat secretary Reporting duly
Marion, Kentucky, was the honor Johnson, PNI, C. L. Lynch, RM1.
rons is invited to NAS Jax Inst. the "trouble is insufficient this week were Billy Stewart,
student of last week's graduatingclass D. M. Thigpcn, YN3, and L. M.
1020.IB. "Appropriate civilian funds. AN, Roger Murphy, AM3, Gene

clothing or the uniform of theday" Air conditioning Capehart at Aviation Ordnanccmen'sSchool I Shannon, AMI, and Robert Mar- Fowlkes, AK3. Acting as ad-
at NATTCentcr. visors were Comdr. R. M. Strictei
must be worn when using geson, AA.Transferred.
the Club's facilities.Alligator homes, he said, would increase I Nelson, who entered the Navy from VW-4 to NAS and Ltjg) R. C. Wilson.
I
mortgage costs, and mainte- in August, 1956, has been as South Mass Ltjg) E. O. Williams joinedthe
Weymouth, was
nance of the units would come to VFP-62 NAS Jax.
signed Lcdr. Robert H. Warren stale last Monday as NavCat
out of government funds. More- .
officer. Williams was formerlyin !

Poses over families living in govern- Upon entering World War II, Patrol Squadron Five Welcome

ment furnished housing withoutair the U S. Navy had 11 subma- VA-44 to the staff.Congratulations.
With the return of Comdr. Jack
Problem For conditioning pay the same rines; the Russians now have : are in order
Taylor and his men from the "All
rental as those in the Capehart
over 450. for Ltjg( ) R. C, Wilson for his,
Navy Weapons Meet" in El Cen-
recent promotion.
Alluring AirmanNorman tro, the squadron regained about .

half its strength. The remainderof

Bean, AN, from Rogue the "Hornets" are still on the
River Oregon, caught a five-foot The "Devil's Diplomats"comed welVA175 )
Ea USS Wasp for a short cruise, and
long 20-pound alligator Thurs- aboard four new pilot
,
are expected to return in another
day afternoon on Lake Shore week or so. this week: Ltjg) Herb Ahrem!

Boulevard on the Ortega River. In the personnel department, from Glen Rock, N J.; Ltjg( )

Dan Culhane from New York
Bean, who was early for a the squadron is happy to announce -
City Ltjg Grider from
: ) Billy
date, was "just killing time" and the return of Robert
Durant, Okla.; and Ltjg( ) Buzz
saw the gator sunning himself on Hazelwood, PR1, from NATT-
Pickren from Argyle Ga. All
the bank. lie crept up behind Center, Lakehurst, N. J., wherehe ,

him and picked him up by the had been at Automatic Para- reported aboard from VA-104.
Y J v' .k,;" Other new arrivals included
taiL Bean put him in the trunkof f chute Release School Hazelwood
Alvin Waller, ADC, who reported
his car and stopped by a serv- ranked first in his class at Lake-

ice station, where an attendant, :* hurst. aboard from the Roosevelt
Francis Baltes ADI I from
; ,
'
who was showing him how to : N9 James Zenscn, AA of Steuber-

safely grapple with the gator ville, II U left this week for Lon Pensacola; Charles Lehosit, ADI,
from ZP-1, Elizabeth City Ralph
was bitten in the process. don, England, where he will be ;
Potito, CSI, from U. S. Navy
Bean who is TAD from Fasron attached to Fasron %00. Zenscn
Mine Depot Panama City; Thomas
109 to Fleet Air Wing-11, broughtthe had been with the squadron since
I
AD2 from FA W
Arterbury, -
gator back to the base and October 1955. Charles Dclacey,
TU; James Harris, AD2, from
fashioned a harness out of small AA, of Hialeah, Fit, who came
NAS Jar and
Durrell Noble PR2
,
to the squadron in April 1955
line and dropped the gator into ,
from VR-1 Pax
River.
the St. John's River off the sea r has been discharged and will return To the additionsto
following new
to his home.
.
plane ramp.Somewhat -- Dave Bruce, AN, the squadron'sgolf our squadron family, VA-175
of a sportsman. Bean amour k. extends its best wishes: Kerry
"pro came through with
got his first deer at the tender Katherine, born on March 19,
colors
flying Saturday and Sun-
age of 10, and shot his first bearat 6 daughter of Lt. and Mrs. John
to the
day enter final round of
13. Dolan. Donald Clyde III, bornon
arse the NAS Spring Cup Tournament.'laying .
Bean leaves tomorrow for Norfolk March 17, son of Aviation
in the
Va., where he will go aboard championship Machinist Mate Donald Arnett
light made up 6f the low 16 .
the USS Lake Champlain (CVA- and Mrs. Donald Arnett.
handicap players Bruce was
39)), --0* *
... live and four on the first match,
-- "Why is it ,
-------- --- you go steady with

Little Chris (ending prayer) : AIRMAN CATCHES ALLIGATOR Norman Bean AN, is four and two on the second and her?"

"And please, Lord", put the vitamins shown with the five-foot alligator, which he caught Thursdays four and three on the third. Well, because she's different

in pie and cake instead.of t off Lake Shore Boulevard along the Ortega River. Bean used from other "
only his "bare" hands and got the 'gator by the tall. He used the girls.
!in cod-liver oil and spinach. trunk .f his ear as a temporary cage for the animal and brought A-I'7Z "How's that?"

Amen" him to NAS Jax. The "Blue Bolts" have recent "She'll go with me."








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O&R INCENTIVE AWARD WINNERS Front row (left to right) Walter O'Heir; Count Krant-

ley; John Seegars; Willie Weeks; Joseph Wingate, Sr.; William Gentry; George Sirmans; and Jesse!
Haynrs. Second row: Ralph Larizza; Alvin Warren; Wilbur Jarmon; Dorothy Farady; Marian Gar-
retl William Dunn, assistant O&R officer, who presented the awards; Alice Clay; Ruby Me-
w. v.-_"____..,."....,.,,.....,.. .'_ ....,., ..._ Mullin; Capt.; Ermajean Snowberger; Harold Robinson; Ansel Livingston; and Eugene Dickinson Third

CITED AT PUBLIC WORKS Capt. Ira N. Curtis, Public row: Jack Freeman; Warren Courson; Len Klnchen; Walter Smith; Charles Broome; William Green;
Works Officer, presents cash awards for outstanding performancesto Earl Fluck; David Lowery; Hugh/ Dickerson; Walter Fake; Charles Hobbs; and<< Broward Griflin. All
four Public Works employees. Left to right are Sidney Clark, were awarded $200, except Marion Spinks who is absent from this photo and who received MOO. AU
$200; Jeannette Reilly, $200; Christena Wilson, $200; Captain
Curtis; and Shirley Piper, $200. absent is Pinkston Waterman,


$16,525 Shared By 120 ------_....


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total of 120 Station em- ] Of the total, 85 received $16,000for o ,'>
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ployees were the recipients last "outstanding" performances
during the rating period of Sept,
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1955 to Sept. 1956. Thirty-five,
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largest single croup ever to be so of $425 for superior 'achievements eA k;

cited and is the largest amount awarded for work in special
ever paid out for a given period. projects.

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$200; Mary Dukes, $100; Louise McArthur, $100; Lcdr. William Williams, Material Ihbi
t Officer; Comdr. Leon Covell, assistant Supply officer; Anna Faircloth, $200; Ruth Galli, $200; Ruth
Crosier, $200; and Minnie Collins, $200. Second row: Howard Steen, $200; Evelyn Beatty, $100; Lola
Muecke, $100; Simeon! lest $100; Ophelia Llebta< $200; Martha Aleywine, $100; Sara Fields, $100:
Floyd Rhoden, $200; Isaac Sellers, $200; and Robert Shaheen, $100. Third row: William Hines, $200;

IRD CASH WINNERS Leonard Eubanks, Industrial Rela John McPeck, $100; Jay Ellis: $200; Floyd Barnes, $200; Gilbert Moore, $200; Paul Moore, $200;
tions Officer, presents cash awards to four IRD employees for outstanding iSifrce. $200{; and John Colvin $'00< Missing from the Photo are A. L. Betancourt, $200; aid
I performances. Left to right are George Barker, $200; riicy di cvpSf 9**0v.
Kubanks: ; Mary Wooten, $200; Milo Jones, $200; and Sidney Wilds,
$200. Missing from the photo are Clayton Owens, $200; and Janet
White, $200. Eubanks himself received) an "0" award of $300. T



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list of those receivelng checks for outstanding performances are, Supply divided a total of $-125 for SUperior achIevement Front row (left to
y front row, (left to right) Dorothy LaPan, Operations, $200 Mary right) are Adrlane Vaughn; Shirley, Collier; Sarah Gardiner as a group. Covell,
Stewart, Comptroller's Office, $100; and Rubye Piper, Fiscal} $200. assistant Supply officer;! Mary CwmJ ; Alice Roansky; Comdr. Leon
Top row: Wendell Patrick, Administration, $200; Charles Bickley, row: William Talbert; Nolan Dorman ; Marjorie Kinney; C. L Stillman; and Meyer Segal. Second
Fiscal, $200; Rod Pinney, Operations, $200; and Phil Myers, Comp Catherine Robinson ; Harriet lIallbrook; Fern Belonry; Marilyn Faris; Rose $;
troller's Office, $300. Missing from the photo are Helen Styron, Ad- ; Bessie Green; and Catherine Juvik. Third row Charles Price Lawrence Kl :;
ministration, $200; Donald Blake, Security, $200; Don Moran, Security Pauline Cascianl; Ercil Downs; Julia Corbett Freeman : ;; and
S $200; and Billy Downing, Security, $200. John Welch. Missing from the photo are Pauline Morris and Lucille; Louis Wade Moore; David, Hudson;





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Five Hundred Hours GOC Volunteer Duly I


Earns Recognition For Peacetime Patriot .'


Five hundred hours.
radar curtain, \oluntarily-
That was the inscription on a bar added to an Air Force Ground and
manned observation posts
___ Observer Corps Badge of Merit proudly wern by Huntley E. Cox, as filter centers become invaluablein
he became the central figure in a presentation ceremony held last
this information to
passing
on
C %
\ Thursday evening at the Jacksonville Air Defense Filter Center.To centrally located defense centers.As .

Cox, an NAS Jax Public classes announced by the local a cartographer and skilled

Works employee, the Inscription at Cox's talents were well
Ground Observer Corps surveyor,
meant completion of five hun- which civilians would learn howto utilized in the Jacksonville Filter -

iiiift! dred hours of time voluntarily effectively man both observa- I Center,' and he began giving

given to learning preparedness to tion and filter centers in time of three hours, one day a week, to
his in the eventof
serve country
war. such tasks as receiving calls from
wartime .
emergency.TO
AIR FORCE representatives Because of the earth's curva- observation posts funneling information -
deflec- on aircraft flying over
responsible for the presen- ture and possible beam
and district areas; plotting estimated
caused mountains
tion by
tation, It meant five hundred
location, course of direction, and
hours of dedicated patriotism bya other obstructions, radar is not
Jacksonville citizen. considered effective when it other data; and passing the assembled -

h to tracking low-flying aircraft information on to the
KvJ Cox began building up his 500- comes
.
group supervisor.Some
t. hour duty record some four years .
ago when, along with other pa- IN TilE event of enemy planes 400 persons are listed

4 triotic citizens, he registered for trying to "sneak" below the with the Jacksonville center as
available in the event of an emer-

AT WORK: At his Public Works Department desk, Huntley gency, and many have received
Cox is at work drawing; hit record charts for target area observa- certificates, GAC Filter Center

I tion tower use. Mapping locations of various Station buildings and Wings, and badges for unstinted

structures cartographer.is also part of the every day work of Cox, who Is a t donation of time and effort to

this cause.

WHAT MAKES Cox's recordso

NAVY WIVESCORNER i art: outstanding is the fact that,

I ''a apart from being one of the few

persons to receive a 500-hour bar
LU"/ I'r
honor, he had not missed onenight's
Members of Navy Wives Club
R scheduled attendance in
: s
No. 86 held a meeting on Wed-
% four years.
nesday, April 8, with Mrs. Barney s
j Recent advances in the nation-
Meyer presiding. '
wide have
p warning system removed -
Newly accepted members were s r. the necessity for so many

Mrs. Buddy Yarison and Mrs. { ___ filter centers, and to the regretof

Richard Kain. Introduced as Cox and other regular atten-

prospective members were Mrs. e dees, the Jacksonville filter center -
Coy Baysden and Mrs. Martin
operations will soon be absorbed -

Felhno. by the Savannah, Ga.,
Assisting at the hospital nurs- center.
t
ery during the recent Seizure Observation posts will still be

Clinic were Mrs. Ev Walter, Mrs. x. maintained, however, and Cox

Bob Nicholas, and Mrs. Jean k. d hopes to help] man a large local .

King. A monthly hospital ward 4th post soon to be established.

party was scheduled for April 9 "PEOPLE WHO man these posh

under the supervision of Mrs. are trained to recognize types of

Hose Wilson. planes and give accurate direc-
'
RESIGNATION of Mrs Bob a ,- -- tional readings," said .Cox,

Nicholas as program chairmansaw AT FILTER CENTER Zebra time is used at the Air Defense "whereas well-meaning citizens

the position accepted by Mrs. Filter Center, and as part of his plotting duties Huntley Cox pre- telephoning in news of a plane

Walter Schoenecker, with Mrs. pares to erase all entries on the status board at 1900 to coincide passing over their home, for Instance

Audrey Strieber as co-chairman, Carl 500-HOUR Atkinson PIN of the-Jax T/Sgt.Air with midnight Greenwich time, when the new day begins.to Information would not be equipped to
received recorders is transmitted by earphone plotters
and Mrs. Raymond Stuart as as- Defense Filter Center pins the behind the floor-to-ceiling by glass map, who in turn write it backwards give the information needed by
:: Mrs. Nicholas will be the new 500-hour lapel emblem on on the glass with fluorescent-type chalk. Classifiers seatedin the center.
club's to the Huntley Cox. Cox joined the the balcony can thus see all notations made. "
correspondent Navy Ground Observer Corps four "Of course, he laughed, "Even

Wives' News. years ago and has devoted trained people are not infallible.

Official call to the NWCA every Thursday evening to "de- Court Insurance Edict During a special exercise staged
fense" work since that, time. Supreme
Southeastern Regional meetingto by the Air Force we had one

be held in Charleston, S. C., Probe Energy Of Ion excited young lady call up to report -

was read by corresponding sec- Air Force scientists are probingthe Has VA Studying Repay PlanThe a plane passing over Her

retary Mrs. Homer Smith. Mrs. possibility of harnessing the post. 'There's a plane overhead

Bill Reese, S. E. Regional Vice energy of the ion, an electrically acting very funny,' she said, 'it's
decide how
have to
President: ; Mrs. John Damon, S. charged molecule, to power Veterans Administration may many bobbing up and down. Do you
under the recent insurance
veterans are eligible for repayments
E. Regional Secretary; and Mrs. space ships. suppose that means anything
Jim White, National Activities -, ruling handed down by the Supreme Court. important, or is it just becausethe

Chairman, are among the twelve "Here lies the body of Jonathan The General Accounting office tent of the Court, 90,360 veterans pilot has hiccups?' "

club members who will attend Blake; stepped on the gas, insteadof has urged the VA to make the would be eligible to collect the Wherever he channels his future -

this meeting.A the brake" Gravestone near decision following the Court's $2,282,000 they have been forcedto activities, Huntley Cox

QUEEN contest is being held Uniontown, Pennsylvania. verdict in a case involving three pay back to the government.VA certainly deserved the recogni-

in connection with the Charleston veterans who were forced to re- officials say the high court tion accorded him last week, recognition -

meeting, and local nominat- pay the government for pre- decision is still being studied in that marked him as one

ing committee members for the miums VA paid on their com- an effort to iron out administrative of Jacksonville's outstanding

contest are Mrs. George Copeland N l1SSS j jk mercial insurance while they I problems as well as to de- "peacetime patriots."

Mrs. Francis LaGrange, and were in service. termine what funds will be /

Mrs. Thomas Harritt. k 'THE VETERANS.. their policies ..I needed to make the repayments. FRA, Branch 98, To

The monthly club partydanceIs r lapse after discharge and I

scheduled for April 13. A VA paid up the back premiums, Elect New Officers

luncheon is to be held on April less the cash surrender of the Air News Gels Plug Branch 98 of the Fleet Reserve

25 at 1300, and an invitation to policies. The Court called the insurance In American Homo Association will meet at the

attend has been extended officers K provision a gratuity like Green Cove Springs clubhouse on
The Jax Air News
and members of the Green Cove other GI benefits, and ruled that figures April 16, for nomination of offi-
in Issue
Springs and Cecil Field clubs. I the government could not force prominently the April cers for the coming year. All
of American Home
Guest speaker will be a rep- the veterans to pay the pre- I Magazine members are urged to attend.A .
I
which reprinted a Navy
resentative from Crompton En- miums. It directed' VA to give I fish and chicken fry is sched-
cyclopedias. sr; back the money it had collected photograph of two Danish uled for April 20.
sailors visiting the local Main-
from the veterans.VA .
side Exchange.The .
New Jet Escape Seat GAO AND the Justice De-
selected American
Danes
Coi ndr. Center GelNA'r'rCener
Can partment, which fought the case, >
Actually FlyA Home from the magazinerack
how far the deci-
winged "flying seat" for : are not sure commenting on the large ( Duty
sion goes. In its broadest inter-
ejecting pilots safely from planes colored displays of American
pretation, no veterans would haveto kitchens. Comdr. George Center has reported -
traveling more than 1,500 mph.
repay the government for aboard NATTCenter for
has been developed for the Air Editor of the magazine cred-
private Insurance guaranteed by duty and is
currently serving as
Force. its the story to the Jax Air
VA while the men were in serv- assistant to the director of train-
The new parachuteequippedseat News, from which it quoted,
ice. This also could be extendedto ing, pending further assignment.
instead of tumbling wildly and captions the piece "Hur-
men currently in service who Comdr. Center native of
here is a
through space as do conventional HA-HA Beaming rah for the Navyl"Circulation !
escape capsules at high speeds, Miss Jo LaRosa, Miss Smiles of are holding commercial policies of American Orange Park, Fla., reported hero
1957, in New York. She will guaranteed by VA. from the carrier, USS Randolph
actually flies after ejection from reign over National Laugh Home is 3,200,000.
the plane's cockpit. Week. Ha-Ha. If this interpretation Is the In- where he was gunnery officer.


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I VA-44, Idled, Still Holds LeadIn "t, 1IfJ I, Missoula



Mainside Bowling- LeagueVA44 I e I Next Foe


remained idle in last
week's Mainside intramural a game while Fasron 6 "A" a For FliersA

bowling league but stayed in chilled Dispensary 4 and 0, ..

first place with a 20.4 record. Standings as of April 8, 1957. professional air will prevail -

VP-18 is in second position VA-41 STANDINGS 4 at Mason Field tomororwand

sporting a 33-7 record with one C nil 3J 7 Saturday when Class C
time leaders ComFairJax in aIrJax 38 10 Missoula Montana
MAHTD 31 13 comes in
third spot with a 38.10 record. Faelu :3.t 15 >. for a two game series with

In last weeks play VAH-3 12 Special Sen Icu 27 30 no'uron 17 Jax Navy Tomorrows game

beat the VFP-62 Splitters, 3-1; }FAW-11 109 27 2-1' 15 will begin at 1600 and. Satur-

Operations lost to VA-172, 3-1; Hospital 27> 17 .exh day's at 1430.
Operations 2 l 19
the Waves tied VF-171, 2 up; VF-173 20 16 Two Jax University runs in
Fasron 6 "B" had to give Faetu OAR VW-4d2 Officer! 21 22 20 22 the first frame without the aid

DisjK-nsaij' 21 24 r of a base hit proved to be the
VAH-3 f/ 20 24 .
Linksiiicn V"'.171 21 27 winning margin as the Dolphins
Varsity VW-411 10 25 setback Jax
Communication 16 26 : Navy 4-3 Tuesday at
VFP-62 "C" 13 23 the Myrtle Ave. ball park.
Drub Patrick AFBThe VF1M52 "S" 15 29
VAHJ II 12: 21 George Truitt hurled six: Innings -

highly-touted Jax Navy Marines Waves "B" 12 13 31 2H scattering five hits while

varsity golf squad an Fanron 6 "B' 10 30 .... allowing one run for the win. He
jvon easy .. ,
,
VW-4 Officers in 34 __._______ : 1' "
22J, -Hi, victory over Patrick Air Marine "G" 8 2SFaron n n was relieved by George Dahnke
/ 6 "A" 8 30 THEY TRAIN TO BETTER SERVE YOU Personnel who
-
Force Base in a return match last who the Fliers greeted with one
4 will man Station swimming pools this summer are currently undergoing -
Saturday at the station courso.Dave run in the sixth and then
; taggedfor
Develop Airborne TeletypeA drills and classroom instruction on life saving and water
Bruce of Jax Navy was safety. Classes are being: conducted at the Indoor Fool, Building two more in the eighth on a
medalist with a 78 for the rounds.In compact radio teletypewriterthat 611. One of the drills undertaken by the life guard class is the three hit barrage.

the first match, played at can operate effectively in proper method of artificial respiration. Patrick Madamba (left), Gene Freese was charged with
flight has been developed by the school instructor, watches while members demonstrate the press,
Patrick Air Force Base, Jax Navy the loss after hurling three-hit
release and pull stages or administering respiration. From top to I
defeated Patrick, 197%. Air Research and Development bottom are Madamba Johnnie Johnson, J. L. Robinson, Johnnie ball for six: innings,' but lack of

Lou Chaff turned in low score Command. Just Is, Tom Cotcamp, Ralph Sloeckle and John Walters. control was his downfall.
for this bout with a 76. ------ ALTHOUGH the Missoula

The local turf team will play team is an unknown quality, competition -
host to Green Cove Springs in a JAX AIR NEWS Station Pools To in the Pioneer League

match ttf be played Saturday, on 1 has been strong the past several
the station course.ComFnir Open May seasons.

o p p Outdoor swimming pools at The Class C aggregation comes

fax Lists 0 Mainside and NATTCcnter will here> with a month of practice

open May 1, according to under its belt. A member of the

Volleyball TourneyEntries Special Services. Washington chain, Missoula haF

are now being accepted Some 24 life guards, each of been training at the Senators'

for the ComFairJax whom has qualified in the Red fcrnandina Beach farm camp.

Volleyball Tournament to be Mainside Softball Cross Senior Life Saving First win of the young season

held here starting April 29. Loop course, will be on duty for was recorded by Jax Navy witha

Teams desiring enter the duration of the season. lusty 5.4 victory over Jax: Uni-

meet should notify ComFair- Set With 21 TeamsSoftball Special Services is now con- versity last week at Mason Field -

Jax Athletic Officer prior to ducting a life guard training Fliers have lost three.

April 19.Tournament. course at the NATTCcnter indoor A SINGLE by Eddie Lsposkl
activity will make its initial organized appear-
expenses will be ance April 15 when the 1957 Mainside Intramural Softball pool to prepare the men with two men on in bottom of the
divided equally among all the for the coming season. The ninth broke a tie and busted up
League swings into action with 21 teams vieing for top honors -
teams entering play. : course consists of 17 hours intense the ball game, only moments before .

Winners of the tourney will Four diamonds will be used training with personnel darkness would force post-

represent ComFairJax in the with all night games played at on-6, VA-172, VF-173, ComFair- schooled in' all phases of life ponement of action.It .

I ComAirLant Tourney beginning Enterprise Field.INTRAMURAL. Jax, Fawtu and Hospital saving. was the slugging third sack-

May 6, at Norfolk, Va. Director Frank er's second hit of the afternoon,
Upon completion of
McCaffrey pointed out at Fridays' league lie smacked a double in the fifth,
play, winner of Mainside but died
competition on ba.se.;
meeting that all games will SPORTS
Freelancers Cop be of seven innings duration, except will meet NATTCenters'top Jankunis took the win his first

in case of ties. team to decide base'suprem SCHEDULEWeek of the year against a setback. The

Broadhead ShootThe Four and one-half innings shall acy. NATTCenter Marine had relieved

Jax Navy Freelancer Bow- constitute a complete game -...--- of April 11-17 Brian Hussey in the fifth.

hunters walked off with the top should adverse conditions discontinue NATTCenter Enters Baseball: : Jax Navy vs. Missoula He hurled well, except for
I into ninth
running inning jitters.
honors in the Broadhead shoot
play.
Mont., home, April 12-13;
held last week on the archery Any ball club unable to field City Softball Loop Jacksonville University, tome, Jax University bunched three

range of the St. John's Bowmen. nine men shall lose by forfeit, Entered in the City league, the April 16.Volleyball. hits and a walk to account for a
4-3 lead in
Competing against St. John's and in the event that both teams NATTCcnter softball team opens : Jax Navy at All that Inning.

and the Jax: Bowhunters, the fail to appear, each shall be its season tonight, Thursday, witha Service Tourney Memphis, DARKNESS the Fliers and Laposki's bat
helped to
Freelancers placed one, two, and awarded a defeatMAINSIDES' practice game against the Jacksonville Tenn., final day April II, push across
three. J. O. Wilkinson the two runs in the bottom of the
topped 1956 championship Fire Department on the Golf: Jax Navy vs. Green Cove
field with a score of 488, and he i softball team was VP-18 Lackawana diamond at 1930. Springs, home, April 13. same inning for the win.
was closely followed by Bob which ended Losing pitcher Dale Beerbower,
regular season competition Candidates are still encouragedto Tennis: Jax Navy vs. Pcnsa
Knoch, 479, and Bill Weatherby, with an unblemished 22- come out for the NATTCenter cola, away April 13. former Jackson High twirler,
loaded the sacks in this inning
435 0 record. team, which opens the City Softball: Mainside IM softball
Saturday, the Freelancers will Impatiently awaiting the familiar league season April 15. i league play begins April 15. and was jerked after allowingthe
hold a club barbeque on the "Play Ball" are: VP-18, tieing run to score.

NATTCenter range, and then on Personnel VW-4, Operations, George Truitt came on in relief -

Sunday will have an intrasquadshoot Fasron-109, VA-45, FAW-11, but failed to register an out.

scheduled to commence at VFP-62, Dispensary Special Flier leftfielder John Gibbon

1400, featuring a Wescott round. Services, VAH-3, Supply, Nartu,I' smote a high one over the left
I' field enclosure for the first Jax
Communications
VA-104, FasFLIERS' : ,
Navy homer of the year. This
Trailers Hold Lead
came in the seventh inning and

FARINGS i"r knotted the score at 3all.
In Wives' Keg PlayThe
1'Urer, Pos. G AD H RTBRBIAV. .
Dement. ss 3 14 3 1 3 1 .214
Trailers maintained their Tenerowlcz. 2b 2 82220 .250 rf NATTC Fish Rodeo
Gibbon It 373385: .429
hold on first place in the NATT-
Fields, 2b 151110 .200:
Center Enlisted Men's Wives I Whltson. e 241122 .250 Begins MondayAll
Matysak e 380000 .(XX)
bowling league by capturing two Hates lb 3 10 2 0 2 1 .200: potential Isaac Waltons will
I.aposkl. 3h 363052 .500
games from the second place Rodgers. 3b 352041 .400 have a chance to display their
Allen If 3 8 1 2 1 0
Stinkers last week. .12
Churchill rf 130000.001 skill with a rod and reel next
High game of the week, a 179, Mackey, cf.p 1 131011.3XJankunis. 3 0 0 0 0 .(XKMohnur Monday when the NATTCenter

was rolled by Rose Weathcrby of p 220000 .000 Fishing Rodeo opens.
Mingle 110000 .000
the Deuces. Bouxseln.p p 100000 .000 Prizes will be awarded in seven
Won IAltTrallt"r. "'reest'. p 100000.OOt divisions, ranging from sunfish to
Hussey. p 1 21000.500Maulsby
30 IS''
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Stinker G IP H R W L per
Deuces 28:24 21 19Woodpeckers Houxiwln 1 133701.000Mohnar s Entry blanks may be obtained
19 26 1 62/3 1 100 .000 from division athletic
fool 18 27 Freese 11 2 1 0 0 .000 .li represen-
Pin Pals KaU IX 27Choppers Hussey 15 2 3 0 0 .OW tatives and turned in at NATT
18 27 Mingle IS: 5300,000 ____ _. r
JankunU 29 I 4 6 1 1 .500 nnm. Center special services, Bldg. 614.
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TROPHIES DISPLAYED NATTCenter Special Services All catches must be witnessed.
About nine-tenths of Jordan's A survey among U. S. steel. officer Lt. William C. Lyons (right) and Jax Nary boxing coach 45
estimated 1,500,000 population workers reveals that only 16 percent Bob Perkins (center) show Capt. Charles L. Moore, NATTCenter A treasure of gold and silver

live on one-tenth of the land. The of those married have the commanding officer, two of the team trophies Jai Navy captured was carried out of embattled Cor. ..
this past Jax Nary snared the State AAU Novice
season.
other la desert ranged by Bedo final cay on spending'the paycheck up title, as well as the Sixth Naval District championship runner-and the regidor by the submarine ,USS

uln tribesmen. Open and Novice classes In the Golden Glove Trout.


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Jax Navy Sailing Center Softball


Club Fares Well Opens MondayPlay


At Mt. DoraThe in the NATTCenter Intra-
mural Softball League opens
Jax Navy Sailing Club Monday with a full schedule of

placed high in the Mt. Dora Annual action. All games will be played I
Sailing Regatta with their at 1630.
Rhodes Bantams last Saturday The schedule:

end Sunday. Monday: AE vs. AO (diamond

The Regatta got under way Sat- 3), AK vs. AGO (diamond 4)), SS
urday night at the Mt. Dora vs. AvFund (diamond 5)), MADvs.

Yacht Club with a dance and NAWS (diamond 7)).

general socializing. Competition Wednesday: NAWS vs. AE (diamond -
started Sunday morning with the \ : fi 7)), AO vs. MAD (diamond

first heat leaving the dock at 1 3)), AGO vs. SS (diamond 5)), Av
1025. I .y Fund vs. AK (diamond 4)).
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BILL CHURCH of Cocoanut Friday: SS vs. AO (diamond
Grove took first place in all three 7)), AK vs. MAD (diamond 3)),
heats while Jax Navy Boat 571 AG Ovs. NAWS (daimond 4)), AE
took second place in the 1st and vs. AvFund (diamond 5).
KINGS OF STATION BASKETEERS AGO School, intramural champion of the NATTCenter .
2nd race and fourth place in the I circuit, successfully defended the All-Station Basketball Championship by trimming CVG-17,
I 3rd heat. Main&ide champion, SloGS, last Friday at Mainside gym. In a victorious( pose are members of the
Jax Navy boat 572 came in witha AGO School quintet. Front row (left to right) arrJ assistant coach Walter Gant, Garvin MrGrttrlck, Bruce Snares
Ray Lambert, Bernard Kennelly, Frank Triolo, John Saffrr and coach Vince Anania. Rear, Warren
close third in the 1st and 2nd [ Reed, Mason Swann, Kelly Hester, Donald Gifford, John Sipts and Thomas Schultz.
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had
and
heats a "walk-away" Spring Cup
second place in the 3rd race.

Although skippers of 573 and Spikers EnteredIn AGO Quintet Gains Golf EventDave

574 did not place, they contributed Memphis Meet
much to the success of the
Bruce and F. R. Richard
day by insuring all members of Jax Navy's volleyball team,
had to play into extra holes as
the Navy team a chance to par- the nation's ninth ranked out Station Cage Title they battled it out for the top spotin

ticipate in the fun. Some were fit, is competing this week in the NAS Spring Cup Golf
sailing competitively for the first the All-Service Volleyball Championship last Sunday at the
time. Tournament at Memphis, "Wait 'til next year" is the soothing balm being utteredonce Station links. With the pressureon

TEAM MEMBERS who took Tenn. again by Mainside basketball followers following an Bruce spilled Richard, 2 up,
part in the sailing event were R. Final day of activity is 81-G8 AGO School victory over CVG-17 last Friday at Main- to take the title crown.
C. Woodside, C. E. Rich, A. L. scheduled today. No outcome side gym.
In second flight play, D. O.
Northrop, T. H. Knowles, W. J. of the meet to date had been It's the second straight year for goals with five foul shots for his Evans posted a 4 and 3 victoryover
Unbehaun, Les Manevall, R. II. received at press time. an AGO School win in the an- I game-leading etforts. C. A. Baumcister to claim

Rohrer, John Ferriter, J. A. Jones, Jax Navy is expected to fare n u aI Station ChampionshipGame. Norman Reed chipped in with the title in his division.G. .
John Rogers, Brook Mclntyre (13 well in this week's tourneyand 23 markers. Stellar floor games
T. Frauenheim T.
years old) and Ed Lantz. is one of the seeded teamsin YOU COULD take your pick were played by Kelly Hester and won over .
S. White in extra holes with a
The club hopes to enter the the event, which features during early moments of the Frank Triolo. 2 ,

Orlando Regatta, April 28. outstanding service aggrega- game, with CVG-17's small band For CVG-17, Jack Steele and up score.
Prizes will be awarded to win-
< > tions. of basketeers hanging on to the
Dick Skelley had 24 and 12
coat-tails of the taller and more ners and r nners-up in three
Two members of the Flier
.
points, respectively.AGO
while Bruce winner of
flights
Crackerjax Drill volleyball outfit earned All- talented Ensigns. ,
State ranking at the recent Steady shooting and fine team, SCHOOL went throughthe the championship flight, will receive -
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State Tournament at Miami. work soon paid off for AGO, recent NATTCenter basket- a special award.
For City League They are Buck Calahan and however, opening a gap of eightto ball league schedule with a loop Jax Navy beat Hyde Park, 19)Vi
winning 25-2 record, while CVG17 -
twelve points after ten minute's to 1614, in an inter-club tourna-
Softball Sid Smith. led Mainside teams with an ment held at NAS Jax last Satur-
of .
OpenerThe Others carrying the hopes of play.Halftime 11-1 mark day.
score stood at 41-26
Jax Navy in the Memphis
AGO School (81) (68)) CAG-17
Jax Navy Crackerjax, a with few in the sparse gathering Sixty-four players participatedin
spike carnival are: Ray Win- tester 12 F 24 Steele;
perennial women's Softball power Bill doubting outcome of the final Triolo II J.' 12 !Skelley the event with Bob Taylor of
stead Don Bradsfield
,
Reed :!3 C 10 CholeKenncllr
NAS in low of
pry the lid off the 1957 season score. 5 Calhoun turning score par
Smith, Jim Donnelly, John : g :
lambert 27 72.
with a City League appearancenext Loper, Ben Hall, Harold Walk.er RAYMON LAMBERT, smooth. i :-\Ipr. :2 0 McDonald .
week. ly-hued AGO guard, led the vic- :-\hultz .I 2 7'nnksley
and Red McGuggin, coach.
(:Ifford 0 2 WhaleySatter
Coach Shirley Hanson has a tors with a 27 point performance. 2 : 5 ChapranSwann Indians, Giants Play
0 3 MetranMcGettrict
nucleus of nine returning veterans lIe put together eleven floor 0 0 WoudbunyF
in which to build a conten. Road Trip' Listed Friday At Jax Park

der. Practice sessions are being Final appearance of major
held daily at 1630 at the Waves For 1'el1111S1nCI1 leaguers in the local area will be

Field. Fresh from their initial victoryof 4X tomorrow when the Cleveland

FINAL CITY League schedule the year, a 5-4 win over Stet- Indians and New York Giants
had not been drawn up at press son University, the Jax Navy ten- meet in an exhibition game at
time. The Crackerjax will see ac- nis team journeys to Pensacolathis 1400 at the new Jacksonville base-
tion either Monday or Wednes- Saturday. ball park:

day night. Bill VanWagner, Mike Babcock The Indians-Giants are in the
Annually facing top service Mason Swan, and Henry midst of a lengthly series started
teams in addition to clubs from North all posted victories in earlier this spring in Arizona,
the Jax area, Jax Navy's Waves singles matches against Stetson, training site-of the two teams.
hope to schedule tilts with such while Hunter Bell and Swan Special Services, Building 930,

formidable women's service ag- scored in the doubles. ; has tickets available for the
gregations as Pensacola Navy After playing Pensacola Navyon game. Price is $2.00 for reserved
Gossettes; Eglin AFB Wafs and Saturday, the Jax netmen will 6 scats, $1.25 general admission.
Parris Islahd Women Marines. visit Auburn Monday, and then 14k Meanwhile, the Jax Braves, defending

Diane (Fitzpatrick) Hicks, a travel to Atlanta to take on Ga. Sally League champion,
three-year vet, heads the mound Tech on Tuesday. are readying for the start of another "
corps In All-Navy Eastern J '! season. The Braves meet
Waves competition last season, Cowling Shop Paces ', Savannah April 20 in the first
J l
Hicks tossed a one-hitter at Bain- n. home game of the new season.
bridge but lost, 2-1. o & R Bowling Loop .
OTHER MOUND staff members Carl Brumbaugh rolled a 597 4
are Joan Midkiss and Judy Box- set in O & R Bowling League ,. 'Y s Blind Bogey Prize

man. Midkiss saw service with competition last week. His score Taken TwoTwo
last year's squad. was easily the best set of the By

Infield slots will be filled by week. winners came up with the
Ann Cooper, Carolyn Johnson, Cowling Shop still leads the lucky number in last Saturday's
Ruth Bradshaw and newcomer active circuit, although Assembly regular weekend Blind Bogey
Rickie Masters. Cooper is start- gained ground last week to pull match at the station golf course.C. .

ing her third year with Jax Navy within a single game. B. Strum shot 85 and his
while Bradshaw and Johnson are Cowling Shop has a 49-32! record 10 stroke handicap clipped the
second-year players.BOLSTERING while Assembly holds second score to a charmed 75. N. R.

the outfield will place with a 48-33. mark. Brango fired a 91 with a 16
be returnees Sophia Sayatovichand 1 stroke deficit to make up his win-

Chris Buck. Newcomers hoping OW Bowling Standings ning score.

for an outfield berth are Standings of Naval Officers FINAL GAME ACTION Fans were treated to a pretty fair Prizes, three golf balls, were
Virginia Bewley, Ray Martinez, Wives Bowling League as of basketball game last Friday at Mainside gym when AGO School, awarded the winners.
Jean Murray, Dot Carpenter and April 9, 1957. NATTCenter champion, defeated CVG-17, Mainside representative 4s -
Betty Tram wo. Yost<< 81-68, In the All-Station playoff contest. It was the second Tides of the Atlantic Ocean rise
Searcy. \Vadiworth :34 l9 14 straight year that the Ensigns copped the big one. Shown In earlv and fall an average of about one
Donning the big mitt are veteran Taylor)FoittrAllen :u 24 action during a heated moment of the game is Bernie Kennelly (5) foot; those of the Pacific, about
Nancy Gibbons and newcomer :'.1) of AGO School battling for possession of the ball with CVG-17's
Darlene Hillaert. Smith 18 1'r.JJcrtt'y JO Dill Calhoun (9) and an unidentified player.: 12 feet.


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the USS Lake Cham-

I Iain-Some 438 men from the

Ih.h. PSS Lake Champlain took advantage -

of a six hour
I...' '. "sailor'sholiday"
v which consisted of a
fL .
ferry boat ride past the Russian

With TheToastmasters Consulate! through the historic : L: V ,.., .", ,.

Bosphorus. Strait to the Black ." '

Sea while the ship was anchored I. )

nt; Istanbul, Turkey, recently. .

Last Thursday's meeting at the The trip covered the 18-mile : : ; i
CPO Club marked the installationof 1 I ,

new officers of the Mar-Nav- strip separating Europe and Asia ......... .... -.--- ..m... .. ,'N'......_>."""" ,. ........,........w",.._""
and the eastern end of the Dar-
Easy 7 Toastmasters.New danelles. MAMMOTH HELICOPTER HERE Here Is a side view of a real giant of a helicopter, the
officers were Howard : IIR2S, used by the Marine Corps. One of the largest whirlybirds in operation, it is 64 feet long, 27 I

Heck, president; Roy Subcrly, ad- Points of interest viewed by and feet wide Repair, 17 Department feet high and awaiting has a 72-foot pilot overhaul.main rotor span. It is presently at the NAS Jax Overhaul

ministrative vice-president; liar- the touring group included the

old Rich, educational vicepresident alata Tower, an ancient landmark -

; Fred Vinson, secretary and lookout since the fifth HOLY WEEK SERVICES"In mmmm

treasurer; and Phil McCready, century, Seraglio Palace, an old

sergeant at arms. Installing officer dwelling of the Ottoman Sultans,
an acceptable time I have heard thee and in
was area governor Ken and the Castle of Mohammad, the day of For Rent

Knoizen. the conqueror of Constantinople salvation I have helped thee. Behold, now Is the acceptable time; 2-Bdrm. Furn. Garage Apt.

Invocation and benedictionwere (Istanbul) in 1453. behold/ now is the day of salvation. Cor. 6:2.: 8480 Manresa Ave. CO 44551.

given by Chaplain M. O. Near the mouth of the Black All Saints' 3 Room Furn. Duplex Apt. Gar
Stephenson Sea, the boat tied up for a few Chapel .I NATTCenter and Hospital par- age. 5545 101st St., Ortega Farms.
(Protestant) ticipating. Music All Saints'Chapel
by
Speakers for the evening were minutes to give sailors an opportunity I. EV 91645. $75.
April 14, Palm Sunday Choir and NAS band.
Tony Cocco, who spoke on "Public to plant their feet on 1 Large House Trailer, Furn. Air
Relations and the Marine Corps;" Asian soil and to photograph 722.0930-Sunday School, Bldg. Message-"The Risen Christ"by Conditioned. 7657 103rd St.,,Vcst-

Paul Reeves, who spoke on "Serv- buildings and scenery. Chaplain W. R. Bryant. connett. EV 4-2059, lien dIe.
,
0930-Divine
Worship, Chaplain
ice on Submarines and Swede 0930-Sunday School, Bldg.
; Other For Sale
sights seen by the sailors R. E. Osman, speaking on 722.
Larson, who spoke on 'The Rock were the American College for "Palms and Flowers." 2-Bdrm. Brick House. 4963 Apa-
: 0930 Easter Service.
"Ag
and Roll Craze"Toastmaster
Women and Roberts American 1100-Divine Worship I che Ave., Ortega Terrace. EL 4-
nus Dei" by Chaplain Osman.
for the
eveningwas
College for Men. Although the "What Kind of Triumph?" by 4488 or EV 7-3234.
1100 Easter Service. "He Is
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Roy Suberly. Don Muller
schools attended 3Bdrm. Brick House Ortega
are mostly by Chaplain J. A. Davis. ,
presented Table Topics, and Ralph Risen" by Chaplain Stephenson. -
Turkish students, many American 1900-United Fellowship of Hills. EV 8-0857.
Davies acted as general evalua- teachers are represented on the Protestants, Bldg. 804. 3-Bdrm. CB Stucco house 5350
tor. Wives of 1900-United Fellowship of
members attendedthe
meeting. staffs. April 15, Monday Protestants. Astral Ave. $11,000. EV 8-5035,

Aboard the USS Lake Champlain 1930-Holy Week Service Beutler.
home based at NAAS May- "Jesus In the Temple" by CATHOLIC SERVICES 3-Bdrm. "llou* 4621 Cedar-
Navy Civilian Toastmasters St. Edward's
Chapel
port is a VFP-62 detachment, Chaplain M. O. Stephenson. wood Rd. $9300. 2V 9-6546, Shee-
completed a good part of their Holy Week han.
home.based at NAS Jacksonville. April 16, Tuesday
planning for the charter Palm Sunday
presentation 3Bdrm. House. 5103 Ensign
1930-Holy Week Service.
ceremony and dinner Blessing of the palms before
"Jesus In the Home" by Chap- Ave., Venctia Terrace. EV 73185.
April 23 at 1900 at the Officers Two Jax-Based lain Osman. the 0800 mass. 3-Bdrm. House. 4610 Sussex

Club. April 17,1Vednesday1930Holy Mon., Tues., and Wed. Ave., Timuquana Manor. Phillips.
It was also decided to hold all 1 I (Continued from Page 1) Week Service.. 0615 and 1205-Mass. Swap 3-Bdrm. House in Pensa.

regular non-dinner meetings at VA-26, NAS Moffett Field, Calif., "Jesus in Daily Life" Chap- Holy Thursday cola for house in Jax. Equity

1930 at the Cumberland Road led the field with a combined lain W. W. Bartlett. (Feast of the Institution of $2000. Contact Murphy, ADI, Ext.

Community Center and all reg total of 5,170.7 points. The VA-26 April 18, Thursday the Holy Eucharist) 643.

ular dinner meetings at 1830. "Skylancers"' are commanded by 1930-Holy Week Com- 1900-Liturgy and Mass. Miscellaneous
Next Tuesday's meeting will beat
Comdr. Richard Grcer. munion Service. N A Sand Good Friday Wanted: Ride from vicinity of
1930 at the Community Cen-
High scorer f in the atr-lo-graund NATTCenter Chaplains unit- 1530-Liturgy and Mass of Lem Turner Rd. and Lila St.

ter.Five members took to the floorat segment was Lt. W. B. Rennie, ing in this service. "Jesus in the Pre-Sanctified. Hours 0700-1530. PO 4-1079, Ful-

Tuesday night's session with who recorded hits valued at 1CG.6 ,- the Heart" Chaplain Davis. Holy Saturday ford
points. April 19, Good Friday (Easter Vigil Liturgy) Wanted: Person to share driving
Andy Planey speaking on "Slavesof
Time";; Dom Worsowicz on In the air-to-air competition, 1200 to 1500-Good Friday High"Mass at Midnight. and expenses to California.
Service. A three hour service Easter Sunday Leaving on or about 19
fourth place winner VF-33 April.
was
"How To Buy A Car"; Lawton ,
NAS Oceana Va.-5,412 based on the Seven Last Words 0630-Mass at Hospital Mrs. Cashwell, Ext. 791, or EV
Green, "Profanity";; Rod Pinney, points;
firth place taken by VMF from the Cross. Intermissions 0800, 0900, 1000-Mass at St. 8-7136.
"Foreign Aid";; and Ray Datres, was
"When We Grow Old. Dom 114, MCAS, Cherry Point, N. C.- between each Word, allowing Edward's. Wanted: Riders from vicinity-

Worsowicz was adjudged the best ,960 points and in last place was personnel to enter and leave as Confessions: East 6th St. Hours 0645-1530.
necessary. Holy Thursday 1700-1COO.. Singleton, Ext. 8185.
speaker of the evening. VF-143, NAS Miramar, Calif.-
4,716 points. April 21, Easter Sunday Good Friday After serv- Wanted: Rider to West Coast
Speech evaluators Ray
were
0545-Easter Sunrise ServIce (San Diego, Oakland) leaving 30
Forrest, Carl McCranie, Gordon Finishing fourth and fifth in ices.Holy
NAS stadium with NAS, Saturday 18302000. April. Share gas expenses. Mc-
King, Jay Ellis and .Leonard Eu- the air-to-ground competition Fadden, Ext. 8255 or 266.
banks. Master evaluator was was VA-96, NAS Moffett Field,
Wanted Riders from Lakewood
: -
Walt Stanul. Toastmaster was Calif., and Marine Attack Squad. Passover Festival To Regular Gifmo Trips en route to Supply Bldg
Tom Forrest. ron-211, NAAS Edcnton, N. C.,
with 3,408.1 and 2,288.4 points Be Held April 15-23 Canceled By FLAWFleet stein Hours, Ext.0730 8213.- 1600. Flora Funken.

Propose Mass Polio respectively. The Armed Services Committee Logistic Air Wing's reg Found: One .22 cal. target pistol
TilE HONORABLE Garrison with holster and belt. Owner
Shots For Employees Norton, assistant Secretary of the of the Jewish Community ularly scheduled flights to Guantanamo may claim same at VP-18 duty

I Navy for Air, presented awards Council, Jacksonville, has issued I Bay, Cuba, have been office.
Mass polio shots for all Fedora I
employees under age 40 has been to winners at ceremonies at El an invitation to all military per canceled and will be made on a .

proposed by the subcommittee of Centro, April 5.' sonnel to attend religious serv- load requirement basis and will: I NAWS Chess Club

the House Government Opera A 26-year-old pilot originally ices observing the Pesach Festi stop at NAS Jacksonville and
tions Committee.The listed as a team alternate shot his Norfolk on the way .to PatuxentRiver. Seeks] Challengers
15.23 in
val of Passover April
subcommittee asked that way to individual top honors in Sparked by the enthusiasm displayed -

employees be given the three shot windswept skies on the opening the local synagogues. Reasons for the cancellationwere on the part of participants

series during regular working day of the Navy's Second Annua 1 Community'Seders will be held poor load factors, shortageof in the annual NATTCenter Chess

r hours, in Federal buildings or Air Weapons Meet. at 1900 Monday 15, in the Aha- the VR-1 type aircraft used for tournament, the men of Naval Air

<< nearby hospitals and clinics. The Ltjg( ) Charles Conrad Jr.,, vath Chesed (Reform Temple), the flights and shortage of parts Weapons Systems School have

, program would be operated on a scored 564 points to pace his at St. Johns- Ave. and MallorySt. for airplanes. formed their own chess club.

voluntary basis.Employees team from VF-43, NAS Jacksonville .; and at 1830 Tuesday, April The NAWS club, which is currently .
$ would pay the cost to first place in the firs 16, in the Jewish Center Synagogue Passengers will be taken aboard comprised of 21 members,

" of the Salk polio vaccine, which day's events with a total of 1,39: (Conservative), 3rd and these flights on a space available | has announced that they desire

could be given for as little as $1 points. Conrad's points squalled Silver Sts. Arrangements for basis. However, there will also be matches with clubs of a similar

, a shot. Cost to the government is the total points scored by the hospitality have also been made special mail flights. nature

03 cents. lowest ranking squadron of the for those preferring home sedars.
If wood-pushers about the
tinue through April 22. The Sun any
day, Marine Fighter Squadron Services in the Center Synagogue Station would like assistance in
Reform service will start at
14, Cherry Point, N, C. and the Etz Hayim (Orthodox day forming their own chess club
Weekend Tide Table 2000, and a memorial service will
HIGH LOW Top individual high-scorer for ) Synagogue will start red close the Passover at 1100 Mon they may contact NAWS president

AM PM AM PM the first day of air-to-groun spectively at 1800 and 1825 April day, April 22. Jim Sauers, at extension
11:56 competition was Lt. Jack B. Ra- 15 and continue nightly through 8447.
Frl. 5:54 6:22
: : : der, VA-44, NAS Jax. Rader: April 23. Reform services >in the Those wishing to attend the .

.. Sat. 6:47: 7:13: 12:29: 12:45: posted a total of 856.5 for that St. Johns Avenue Temple will religious festival should tele Floods do not occur along the
Sun. 7:38 8:03 1:20: 1:33:
: :
day. start at 1800 April 5 and con- phone EV 8-2673. St. Johns River.