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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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Peacetime GI Bill Prospects Fading ./


As Veterans Show Little InterestA

t

peacetime GI Bill is be- ready out of service or soon volume than the Senate com-
due to be.WITHOUT. mittee, but is not likely to take
coming less and less likely
up the matter until the latter
CONCRETE
I" due to apathy on the partof signs reports its version of what
young veterans recently that the public would support the peacetime GI Bill should .,

out of service and disinterest such a program in view of include.

u by active duty service growing economy, and con- APPARENTLY IT will be '
sidering the light mail from I
reemployment
1 men. limited I to
veterans and their families on
.. Ar The Senate Labor and Pub- the subject, the committee is rights, mustering out pay and
lic Welfare Committee is re- unemployment' compensation,
reluctant to approve the meas-
portedly turning a cold and only one-half the educa. I
shoulder on a proposal to set
ure.The
tion benefits available to
up a Gl'benefit system for the House Veterans' Committee now
nearly million veterans al reports a heavier mail Korean veterans.

FREEDOMS WINNER -
Recently announced as winning
Third Place Award in the Freedoms

letter Armed Foundation writing Forces contest, fourth Jerry for annual Ellis the,

MUZ, of the Jax Navy Band, 'Jtl xVOLIS } 4i411S

last Washington week received Honor the!Medal George anda I

$100 check comprising the
award. Making the presentation
was Capt. William S. Harris,
NAS Jax commanding officer,

outstanding who congratulated prize-winning Ellis on his No. 4 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla 2 May 1957 ,
I
letter.

Credit Union t b Navy Relief l

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Mails OutStatements Begins Call




In accordance with regulations For FundsThe

requiring that members' recordsbe
:
checked at least once every .x? et a .3 s"' y? annual call for contri-

two years to insure agreementwith butions to the Navy Relief

office records, all Jax Navy R a,;,,< '+:'.. E3g: Society will be held from May
4 to Jund 6 with voluntary
Federal Credit Union memberswere ? contributions earnestly solicited

recently mailed verification ;% from military personnel.The .

requests and statements of share second drive of three approved

and loan balances as part of the I fund raising campaigns to
periodic audit by the supervisory : be held] in the Jax Navy area this
committee. year, the Navy Relief drive will

Any member who has not yet ,C, solicit contributions from military -
v _
P w.fia J AJ4
received his statement and verification b N a! personnel only. However,
request should immediate civilian personnel and friends of
ly contact the committee. Any the Navy can donate if they so
wish via receptacles to be placed
differences should also be broughtto
aboard the Station.
their attention. -F- _______________ i.::; .\I
Chairman of the supervisory JUST CONCLUDED was the
ARMED FORCES DAY PROCLAIMED Representatives of the Armed Forces look on as first phase of the ]local fund rais-
committee is Joseph O'Connell, Florida's Governor, LeRoy Collins, signs a proclamation fixing 1\la118 as the day Florida will honor where
Assembly Division, Overhaul and the Armed Forces. Left to right, are: Lt. Col Charles Riffle representing the National Guard; Lt. : ing program donationswere
Repair Department. Other mem- David Beesley, NAS Jacksonville, representing the Navy; Lt. Col. Charles Calhoun, Jr., representing dispatched to five health
bers are Arthur W. Allen of the the Army; Capt. J. P. Connolly, Jacksonville, of the Marine Corps, and Lt. Col. Charles Cummings, agencies and Care and Crusadefor
state project officer who also represented the Air Force. Governor Collins called on the people of Freedom. The third phase will
Fiscal Department, and Cecil W. Florida to join In a great demonstration of national strength through the elements of the armed forces
have contributions
gojng to Community
Acree of the Comptroller's Office. which are present In many communities.
> Chest-United Fund in

Deepfreeze III Billets Navy To Use New Performance 86 Re-Ups This October Although] there will be no goal

Open For DentistsTwo for the Relief Society drive, 100

dental officer billets are Year At Center per cent participation is the aim.

open for lieutenant commandersor Factor To Evaluate PO ExamsStarting Re-enlistment rate at the Although no individual amount of
below for Operation Deepfreeze contribution will be set, the steer
III in Antarctica. with the August service-wide petty officer exams, the Naval Air Technical Training ing committee has announced that
final multiple for enlisted promotions will be a "performance fac- Center continued to skyrocketwith personnel can use this general

AlNav Those 68 interested of 1956 should, and review submit tor," a system. of evaluating EMs in five areas of conduct and performance 17 shipovers and only one guide: contributions in dollars

their requests as soon as possible. discharge on record for the equivalent to monthly rate of pay
Present promotions have been month of April. in[ hundreds of dollars. Example,
of their duties.ALTHOUGH.
governed on tests, years of total The Center boasts 86 rc-upi if your monthly pay is $200 you
Temporarily Stop service, years in grade and decorations only a small per- and only seven discharges for should contribute $2.00. However,
centage reach the outstanding 1957 It is emphasized that this is mere
Salk Shots HereThe (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5) ly a guide and not a set pattern.
THE NAVY has not announcedhow TilE NAVY RELIEF
Society,
NAS Dispensary has
the new performance fac-
which has a busy local branch
announced temporary discon- tor will dovetail into the present office aboard the Station, is the
tinuance of administering Salk system, but BuPers enlisted per- Navy's own organization for the

poliomyelitis vaccine to all formance and training specialistsare relief of distress among its own
now drawing up a new direc- 1.k .
military personnel and to dependents people. It is not an "official" organization -
tive to be submitted to Vice J tffi but is
closely relatedto
e
over 19 years of age Adm. J. L. Holloway Jr., Chief of the Navy itself.

because of shortage of vac Naval Personnel, for final ap The Society is supported entirely -

cine.The proval. ; qr from private funds, chiefly
current Armed Forces Experts are quoted as saying 'S c:15P contributions from service per.
supply on hand has been reserved that the new performance, factoris : sonnel and civilian friends of the
for P'lilitary'personnel geared so tightly to the revamped .. Navy and Marine Corps. Its sole
and families stationed in over rating system that any I ; purpose is to 'assist, financiallyand
seas areas, however it is anti attempt by commanding officers I with other services, person
cipated that normal supplieswill to 'rate their crew too highly nel of the Navy and Marine Corps

... again be available here would make the new advance .. and their dependents including
after July 1, at which time the ment multiple almost ineffec dependents of deceased person
will be nel, in times of need.
immunization program tive.While 1flIf.n ,y y Y{ Y<<; :-,;,-..% ....4 WwwL _..w 4
resumed. the main purpose of the FINANCIAL assistance takes
enlisted WINNERS OF COLORING CONTEST Posing happily with the form of outright
rating system was to an grant, a
Dependents are advised that their winning entries in the recent Jax Air News Easter coloring
the Dispensary will administerthe separate the small group of outstanding contest are Linda Hopkins (left), seven-and-a-half years old, loan without interest, or a com
vaccine that they be men from the average daughter of Comdr. L. A. Hopkins of 0 tc R, and Mrs. Hopkins; bination of the two dependingupon
may majority, the Navy theorizes that and Mary Lou Denning age nine, daughter of CWO Dale Denning the circumstances In each
able to procure from com of NAWS School, NATICenter, and Mrs. Denning. The young of
the vast majority are thoroughly case and the degree hardship
mercial sources. artists were selected as having sent In the best entries for the two
competent In the performance different pictures to be colored (Please turn to Page 8, Col. I)



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Pago 2. JAX AIR NEWS 2 Map 1957


Navy Develops Test I VA-44, VA-176 VF-171 Report -

}{ flI1 WB For Color BlindnessA


new test to detect color Scouting SquadronsV

Published I every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air blindness in school children
Station, Jacksonville, Florida.
HAS, JMUoBvlIU has been developed after 14 n-as -
Capt. William S. Harris ,,. .. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert H. Smith ?:::_::::::::::='.:::'.::::.::::::::::::'.:=-..=: .? Executive Officer years of research in the human The squadron splits up once Florida. -

Fleet Air JatkiBTll) this week while detach- Congratulations to new
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell ..._.......___...... Commander engineering branch of the Naval again a Lts. Al
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. ..................?N.M..N.......-...........__...._ Chief of Staff Medical Research Labora- ment leaves aboard the USS Headley and Corky Moore. They
Fleet Air Wl.f Kleve Wasp for a cruise and another celebrated with a "wetting down'at
Sidney' S. Lawrence ..... Commander New London Conn.
&rJ lr. T. S. White .............:::==:::::::::=::::=::::::::::..:.::: Chief of Staff tory, group is deployed aboard the the "O" Club.Reupping .

:Naval Air Torkaleal TraUloK Center The test enables semi- USS FDR. recently for
Capt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. ..._..._._....____ Commanding Officer hitch was VA-176 another
Comdr, Wilfred E. Meihman _.._.__..__._._ Executive Officer trained persons to distinguish Aboard the Wasp, under the ordnance chief
:Kara lUtplttt Vernon Scott, AOC.
Capt. Benjamin N. AM ........ ,. Commanding Officer between mild, moderate and command of the skipper, Comdr, C .
Capt. Marcy .Shupp ?___....__.__..........._....-__.._..... Executive Officer severe color blindness whichare T. J. Taylor, will be: Lt Jack VF-171 e
:NARTU
Capt. Norman O. Anderson _,, ._...._....,......_ Commanding Officer Rader; Lt. Kent Wiley; Ltjg) Thirty-five
Comdr William E. Hardy _.........-_. ._............,-,.???.,.???,??.-, ? Executive Officer important in understandingthe Pat Marsha; LtJg( ) Jack Keating; fifth grade students
school problems of a color Ltjg( ) Charlie Hall Ltjg( ) Dick from Palatka, Florida, visited
The :JAX AIR NEWS -published at the U. S. Naval Air Station ; NAS Jax
Jacksonville, Florida I and printed;; commercially with' non-appropriated! fundsat blind child. Cave; Ltjg( ) Charlie Caricofe; April 25. They were
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S. Rev. escorted through the
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of chance at the Naval Air Station the The recommended equipment and Ltjg( ) Mike Petrullo. squadronarea
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval/ Air Reserve Training Unit, and the by Ltjg) R. C. Skelley and
U. S. Naval Hospital. includes special plates developed Aboard the Roosevelt for the observed

Service Information Qffif r.....??...,??,?.....__.....Lt. Dave Beesley by the Institute of Oph- Joint Civilian Orientation Con- flight operations.E. .
Managing Editor Andrew U, Planey C. Carter, AMI, of Rock-
thalmology of Presbyterian ference will be the Executive Of-
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; :Jack mart, Ga., reenlisted
Holmes, 1'IU; Lynn Weldman, JO3; John Isbell, JOSH; Den Sylar, SA; I Hospital, which are used undera ficer Lcdr. John Shuff and Capt. April 25 for
Phyllis, Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, l'H3.: four years. He reported to the
daylight easel lamp. Frank Hitt USAF Lt. Tom
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service, I ; squadron last October
API'S material appearing In hJ.F.publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Color blindness affects about Trout; Ltjg) John Huber; Ltjg) and has
written permission I of (' Press Service Republication of other served fourteen and a half
mutter, except by service publications, 'Is prohibited without permission of 10 percent boys and only one Brad KiddIe; Ltjg( ) Jim Willis; in the Navy. yearn
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. percent girls. Ltjg( ) Paul Weitz; Ltjg( ) Dave
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension
8346, 216 or 8164. Glunt; Ltjg( ) Dick Bordone; Ltjg( ) D. H. Hartman, person

Ltjg( ) Alan Bean; and Ltjg( ) nel officer, reports the comple

Top AwardsPresented Robert Deupree. tion of over ninety correspondence
<
d4 'a, ilZ.r{ ,9FJ r; :R; 'pit: '
Y courses during the first
9 The group aboard the FDR will ;
y three months of this
To r4. participate in an air show for I year &s
compared to
the J. C. O. C., a group of top thirty-seven for the

Fuel ranking civilians picked by the same period last year.
Depot
Secretary of Defense to view the Ninety-two courses are cur

operations aQd strength of the rently checked out.Friday .
Two top Navy safety awards e .
were presented to the Navy Navy.
.. })nen n .
rx: ,,
sesM .ruumw x
.r.vwwwvn.mt{ ;n
Fuel Depot, Jacksonville, last >.-( Saturday evening the men of

Friday, highlighting the ; : I I. "Fighting Forty-Four" held a
Trout River installation's : I \, a. "wetting down" party for Comdr.

Sixth Anniversary celebration v.' John Shuff; Ltjg( ) Dick Cave;

being held the same day. t Ltjg) Alan Bean; Ltjg( ) Michael

Rear Adm. Delbert +> rR k II Petrullo; Ltjg) Charles N.'. .'.. ...,.\\....................'....... .....

well, Commander Fleet S. Corn-Air ; $ ; j ,U Caricofe; and Ltjg) Deupree.The May 3

Jacksonville, and Commander r p Y o n "song title" party found thegroup Mainside Lonely Man (western -

Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval .j : in custody of the "Blue ) with Jack Palance and

District, made the presentation to ." f'l f\. Tail Fly," worn by Dick Cave; Anthony Perkins. Also A Job For

Lcdr J. M. Dunn, commanding : ,., "The Shiek Of Araby," worn by] A Gob.

officer of the Navy Fuel Depot. ') the Executive Officer, JohnShuff NATTCenterSilent World

BOTH OF the awards were for ;. {} ; "Tiger Rag" worn by the (undersea documentary academy

the calendar year of 1956, and ? skipper, T. J. (Tiger Jack) Tay award winner). Also Kangaroo
lor and
many others of an ingenious
Courting.
the Fuel Depot has long since '
: i ia nature. The men of the
surpassed figures used as a basis y, Hospital Sierra Stranger
<
for the first of these awards, the : : .. ..."'.,:.'... from squadron took a few minutes off (western drama) with Howard
Secretary of the Navy Award FUEL DEPOT GETS TOP SAFETY AWARDS Rear the lighter side of the party Duff and Glorida McGhee. Also
Admiral Delbert S. Cornwell Commander to present to the executive
for Achievement in Fleet Air Jacksonville, officer Tooth or Consequences.
Industrial and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District (left), pre Comdr. Shuff, his Com
Safety. SatnrHaT.. _M.n".__. _
sents Lcdr. J. M. Dunn
commanding: officer of the .Navy Fuel mander's Bridge n.
.
This award was earned with a Depot with the first of two outstanding Secretary of the Navy .. .. Cap.VA176 -. Mainside Picnic (color drama -
record three Safety Awards. In the photo are Admiral Cornwell, safety inspector ) with Kim Novak, Bill Hoi-
years without any C, T. Newsome, Lcdr. Dunn, fire chief N. L. Jordon and Ltjg( ) den and Rosalind Russell.NATTCenter .
lost time accidents figure, and in R. II. Canon of the Supply Corps.
an accompanying letter, Secre- The VA-176 Thunderbolts are Lonely Man

tary of the Navy Thomas S. currently winding up reorganization (western) with Jack Palance and

Gates, Jr. wrote "Your rec- Pioneer In 'Cane Tracking of the squadron following Anthony Perkins. Also A Job

ord exceeds the eligibility requirements the Med cruise and swinging into For A Gob.Hospital .

for the Navy's high Takes Command Of VW4More ordnance flights again. Silent World (un-

est safety honor. It would not be Welcome aboard to Lt. A. F. dersea documentary academy

possible to achieve such a recordif than half a decade of studying, forecasting and "trouble Keown and Ensign Sam Storey. award winner). Also Kangaroo

all employees at your activity shooting" violent hurricanes has been the vast experience of Comdr. Lt. Keown reports from shore Courting.For .

had not given their wholehearted Nicholas Brango who will assume command of Airborne Early duty at NAAS Brunswick, and Kiddie Matinee check plan

support." Warning Squadron Four, the "Hurricane Hunters," during a change- Ensign Storey from flight train- of the day for title.

The second award was the of-command ceremony at 0900 tomorrow. lIe will relieve Comdr. ing at NAAS Chase Field, Texas. *
Hartsel D. Allen.Tomorrow's U. S. Navy needed half a million
Secretary of the Navy Award for Departing to "give the word"to 'blueprints weighing 90 tons

Achievement for Motor Vehicle I command change mark the fifth NavCads was Ltjg( ) Metz, who I to modernize the aircraft carrier
Safety, given for a full years' will also "kick-off" the 1957 changeofcommand reports to NABT, Pensacola, : Franklin D.
Roosevelt.
for VW-4
operation of depot vehicles with- Hurricane Season for VW-4 since and the third

out an accident. the squadron( returns to the op- VW-4 assignment for Comdr.

IN A SPECIAL erational control of U. S. Fleet Brango. lIe is a native of Norris-
program that
followed the presentation, each (Hurricane) Weather Central, town, Pa.

division and branch comprising Miami, Fla., on May 15. It will be His introduction to hurricanescame

depot operations was specifically highlighted with an Open House in 1949 with a post graduate k.:;
I for relatives, friends, and numerous had
mentioned for their contribution course in Aerological Engineering -
to the depot's remarkable I military and civic digni and Tropical <, '. "
taries. Meteorology at :': "'"
accident prevention record. y
COMDR. ALLEN, a native of Monterey Calif. Prior to this : "

Supervisory personnel also received Shinnston, W Va., has received time, until the official designation H- ) :;..:,. '. "J' ::.,.. .

Dunn, who recognition expressed from the Lcdr. orders to the Staff of the Navy's of YW-4 as the Navy's only .....S* 'S, \ :'. "' .,*".) '...J ""
opinion Post Graduate School east coast '
hurricane ,
Monterey, squadron ilJ-
that current no-lost-time accident Calif. During his tenure vas skip- Navy pilots were, flying patrol, : .,... ..,. ,"' "I..." ,.."' ,S<. .'..: ..":.;::...' :

figures may well set a new per, he was among The first hurricane bombers on low-level hurricane *,< <\ .

record for safety not only for reconnaissance pilots to reconnaissance flights in the Atlantic

Naval facilities, but for other U. track storms at with Gulf and
night
early Caribbean as a : i
S. government facilities as well. warning radar. During the 1956 vital function of the Joint Hurricane : t iit\it .

Numerous other yearly awards season, VW-4 suffered n% acci- Warning Service. ;
were presented to employees the dents
injuries.
special or Author of a technical paper on <>;. : ". ..,.. .. :.. ...",< .... : ,.,.....
ceremonies
finally concluding Comdr. Brango, presently executive hurricane .:: .
techniques, he has also :: : :i : : :: : : .4 .: :
with the cutting of a officer and the Navy'smost devoted innumerable hours to 8'd': N' : \:" ) :.. ..r W'f/
extensive < ". 'W: "
birthday cake commemorating a experienced hurricane pilot research on low-lev i" y: .< :. ." .*, "\ <:.. ':"
::
very notable sixth anniversary has been associated with nearly hurricane reconnaissance. He I'! : '; f?' ,
was :' 'f.ti: :: J. :
for the Navy Fuel Depot. phase of hurricanes since U.. S. y"r : .
Armed :
every Forces representa ;""' _.. > ; 1 .:: : .!. t:!
n. :
.. ,
1949. lie helped put VW-4 (then tive for an Australian conference --" y. -dx-.essa.-iBimvw.v- .'&dn89ROR7CT3W&vr.; ?,**-***
The landing gear on "a modem VJ-2) in commission in March last year at which his FIFTn CO FOR 'CANE HUNTERS Comdr. .
vast right) will, Nicholas Bran*
become
Navy carrier plane weighs more 1952 as the. squadron's first op experience was incorporated into Early Warning Squadron the fifth commanding officer of Airborne

than an entire Navy fighter planeof erations officer.TOMORROW'S. plans for a tropical cyclone warn- Comdr. D. Allen (Four left) (VW-j tomorrow when he relieves

the 1930's. ceremony will I ing service in that area. mony s*hedged I for 0900. Present during a ebanre-ot- ommand VW-4 fere-
Comdr. Branro has been executive officer of
In
hurricane
work
since 1949 ',J






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2 May 1957 JAX AIR... NEWS Page 3

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: eF CBS-TV Show May 12 : I



4 i Nk Rodifer Among Top Talent On



k TV Show, Recruiting Tour ..


w Jacksonville's Emmett l Rodifer, AN, will be among: the
> r cast of performers who will appear on the Ed Sullivan TV '

i, Show's salute to the Navy: Sunday, May 12. I
M i Rodifer, who will be makinghis

!- L '4 third appearance on the Sul- main in New York to rehearsefor

t\i i j q, a. livan Show, was among 15 best the May 12 Sullivan Show, ,
a$ } r
J. acts in the Navy, selected at the which can be seen locally via

, All-Navy Contest finals held in Channel 4 (CBS), include: En
New York last week. The Jax air sign David Clements, NAAS
: : man, attached to VFP-62 at NAS Field singer Harry
Saufley : ;
: Tax, will also be included in the ]{ehr, MUSN, and Bill Hrynkiw,
: : group which will embark on a MU3, NTC Great Lakes, instru
'if 52-day nationwide tour May 6,
,. StSS' -. ; mental and vocals; "Randy"Sparks
behalf of the Recruiting Serv-
on SN, USS Princeton, cal-
ice. ypso singer; Don Wyatt, AA,
RESULTSOF NAS North Island, singer, impersonator .
TilE All- ; Tim Johnson, YNSN,
D Navy Talent j ComScrvPac, vocalist; Larry Ter-
Contest show i willeger, CM3; CpL Jim Wal
the "Four t lace; Joseph Valenti, TD3; Gary
Palms," a rock : Webb, AN, NAS Atsugi Japan;
and roll quar- | "Jumping Jacks" combo; and t
l -- r < wutertU*** :aT::'' a ,;.***.._: ._ "><"''''''''''''''''''''W''''''''_ ,n I tet from Ma- Michael Driscoll, SN, NTC Bain-

0 SHARES HIS GLORI'-AND-CASII When Gladston Menzie, leadlngman aircraft mechanic rine Corps' ; .:' bridge, Md. soloist. The list also ,
(motor) at Overhaul and Repair Department here, was awarded a $200 check for sustained superior Base, 29 Palms, I__ ."> includes Pete Porcella, SN; Wal
accomplishment, he didn't shove off for the nearest bank and deposit the money. He decided that Calif as' the Rodifer ter Procanyn, SA; Ensign Jane I
since it was through his fellow workers that he received the award, he would share it with them. top act. Comprising the Four i
lie not only shared the money, but he had a cake baked to celebrate the occasion. While Meniie pre Palms Pfcs. Hasker Nelson, Johnson; George Ward, MU2;
pares to cut the cake, fellow workers of Shop 5252, power plant division, on hand include (left to are Dale Bennett, MUSN; and Raymond .
right) Pennie Canon, helper general; L. L. Wood, quartermaster, aircraft mechanic; Fancy McDonald Louis Falson, James Jackson and Pelletier, PN1, who were
aircraft engine parts repairman; Mrs. Sally Ruby, aircraft mechanic helper, and George Bagley, Nathaniel Thomas. Second placewas not identified as to station or
aircraft mechanic (motor). Missing from photo*are Estelle Ballew and Joe Salisbury. --- won by the "Playboys," type of act.
John Hunt, MUSN; Paul Bol-

Hornets Snare Ten Promotions Due For 58,100 man, MU2; Philip Aaholm, MU3; THE GROUP'forming the 1957
James West, MUSN, o: NTC All-Navy Talent Review "S ip-
'E' Awards
Navy Great Lakes, ilL Third place mate Varieties" will put on an
Commander T. J. Taylor of PO's Successful In ExamsThe went to Wave LonI Mass, HM3, hour and 45-minute musical vari-
Attack Squadron Forty Four ballad singer from Camp Smith,
ety show in 45 cities in 37 states
and 10 of his "Hornets" came promotion of 58,100 enlisted personnel resulted from the Hawaii.
through last week in a strafing February service-wide petty officer promotion exams, and another OTHER WINNERS, who re- during May and June.

exercise to win themselves the I. 5800 non-rated sailors have been authorized to be designated as
Navy "E" award. strikers in certain ratings.
Held at the Pine Castle Tar Announcing authorization of First Tilt-Wing VTOL Aircraft

get, the pilots had to make the promotions, the Bureau of with the individual commanding I

twenty hits in order to qualifyfor Naval Personnel gave the follow officers.A Readied For Functional TestingVertol
an "E." This year the rules ing breakdown of rates involved: directive listing of the new
established the minimum alti Aircraft Corporation has revealed it has completed shop
CPO, 5,600; POI, 4,800; P02, 20-
CPOs would be sent to ships and
work its tilt wing VTOL research aircraft and has begun functional -
tude at three hundred feet; the on -
800; and PO3, 26,900, for a totalof .
angle of attack at twenty degrees 58,100. stations later this month, but by tests.

; and a foul line, twelve ALL E-4, E- and E-6 promotions then all POls will know names I The turbine-powered aircraft, ITS WING and two counter-
hundred feet from the target. will be effective June 16. of the lucky ones. funded by the U. S. Army and revolving rotor-propellers are
in with the
The pilots to receive the Cutting scores are now going to developed cooperation tilted as a unit through a 90-
Office of Naval Research, is the
award are: Cdr. T. Jack Tay the field. degree arc for vertical take-off
Administrative
VAt
first VTOL be
to
lor, commanding officer; Lcdr Striker designations will also tilt-wing ever and landing or level flight. Con-
John Shuff, executive officer; take effect the same day. Officer In New Port readied for testing. ventional airplane controls become -
Lt. Tom Trout; Lt. Jack Rader; E-7 promotions will be made in Ltjg( ) Richard D. Bishop, administrative The aircraft, designated the effective when the wing is
Ltjg( ) Michael Petrullo; Lt- five increments, with the first officer of VA-44, left Vertol 76, is powered turbine by a Ly- tilted to a horizontal position.
(jg) Jack Keating Ltjg) Jim of 2,100 being advanced on coming T-53 gas engine
; group
week Two ducted fans in the tail
the squadron this to reportto placed aft of the cockpit and atopa sec.
Willis; Ltjg( ) Dave Clunt; Lt- the above date.
Christ! tubular fuselage structure tion control yaw and pitch in u
(jg) Al Bean; Ltjg Dick Bor- IN PREVIOUS years the Navy Corpus hovering regime.

done; and Capt. Frank Ilitt, learned who made chief by the ...---.,--.,..--- '
USAF. High scoring man of the publishing of a BuPers directive. The Vertol 76 is designed to

team was Lt. Keating with A new twist is being added, how- have STOL characteristics, as
forty seven hits. ever, and starting this week the well. On take-off or landing, the
Chief of Naval Personnel will wing may be rotated to any desired -
position between vertical
send a letter to each commandingofficer
first class and horizontal, depending on
naming the petty
Ralph Marterie officers in that command who runway length and/or cargo

have been okayed for promotionto overloading.
And Orchestra chief petty officer. ALL PERFORMANCE figures

Final to rests are classified.
authority promote
Here May 21 Ground testing of Vcrtol'c tilt-
wing aircraft is underway. Flight
Middies To
Music by Ralph Marterie and 300 testing will begin in the near fu

his famous orchestra will high- Visit Mayport Y ture.

light a crew's dance May 21 at ..f' 4 In these tests, Vertol engineerswill
2000 in Mainside gym. Three hundred Midshipmen } f study: The VTOL system
The Marterie band, a relativelynew second class of the Naval Acad and general aircraft configuration
musical aggregation, has emy will arrive by carrier at ; the type and relative effec-

made a hit the past several yearsat Mayport June 25, enroute to Pen- ; -w tiveness of its control system,
college proms, ballroom sacola the Navy announced this especially in hovering and transition -
dances, celebrity affairs and week. flight to forward speed; fly.
wherever they've appeared.The The Middies will be transportedto ing qualities; design features affecting
trumpet-playing maestrowon NAS Jax from where they will vertical flight performance -

selection as the No. 1 instrumentalist go by air to Pensacola. Followinga thrust generator, loading l ,
band leader in the short course of air indoctrination etc., and design feature affect-

country in a recent poll of ball- at Pensacola, the Middies a ww ing forward flight performance
room operators held by Down will be returned by air to May- --' ..---

Beat Magazine. port where they will embark Applications Required
The Marterie orchestra was selected with the fleet for the regular I I trtiC
For Submarine
as Headline Band for 1955 summer cruise.A Duty
by the Billboard Magazine. second contingent Of 300 Personnel meeting entrance requirements -
Among their famous million Middies will take the same cruise for initial submarine

record sellers are: Pretend, Caravan later in the summer. ..... .. .... ,. training and duty are required to
> ''-'"' > ; / 2'> ; ....-...- :--.........,.... ,
Man Skokiaan fill out applications for such
Crazy, Crazy, FIRST TILT-WING This unusual-looking aircraft Is the
and Blue Mirage. "Don't you love driving on a first tilt-wing model ever built. Until DOW a classified project, It billets.
4 night like this?" was developed by Vertol Aircraft Corporation for the U. S. Army Applications are particularly
A special burial site for scout "Yes, but I thought I'd wait and the Office of Naval Research. When the wing and rotor-pro desired from personnel .In pay
pellen are tilted vertically( (top), the new aircraft will take-off and
dogs and pets has been established } until we got farther out in the land like a helicopter. When they are tilted horizontally (bottom), grades E-6 and below with ratings -
at Ft. Benning, Ga. country." It will fly like an airplane. of EN, IC, TM, and BT,



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Cornwell Up The



Takes Over LADDERWith CiviliansWeekly



( the Jax Air NeU-s
As ComNabSixRear ill
cooperation with the Industrial

Adm. Delbert S. Corn. : > 1 Relations Department will list
: j ; var promotions
well, Commander Fleet Air ; I It Station civilian for Naval A\r\
Jacksonville heads Naval / I I personnel.)
now
S a 5F Y; { r7 On the
Air .. { promotion roster cifec-
Bases Sixth Naval District : ; .
::
)
< .i ,.y $} 2 : SI' ro#I94. five March
.Q> C: yyp.i X : ;b tic 24
? > v. and April
,' A' I k l, 7, 3.
taking over command of : ; ti ;','."b, 13 and 15
were 21
ComNabSix from Capt. WilLiam employees, 13
from Overhaul
S. Harris, commanding and Repair Department -
officer of NAS Jacksonville. : four from Supply De.

partment, three from Miscellaneous .
1
Until last Friday's ceremony,
and one from
Public
Work
when Admiral Cornwell relieved
Captain Harris of the additional Department.)

duty, the commanding officer of-', i'r Promoted at O & R were: Iiil-

the Station had officiated in both dred Hebel, typist GS-2 to clerk-

capacities since Nov. 1, 1948. On typist GS-3; James Mathew

that date Capt. A. I. Malmstrom, student trainee (electrical en-


tion commanding, was the officer first to of assume the Sta-the :.
command duty of the expanding COMNABSbt STAFF Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell (center) meets with his staff after taking GS-2i; Frederick Scharar, student
ComNabSix, whose headquartershad over as Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District last Wednesday. Left to right are trainee (aeronautical engineer)
Ensign Charles Jamison, assistant staff public works officer; Ltjg( ) Jack Chambers, staff legal officer 1S-1 to student trainee (
previously been located in ; Admiral Cornwell; Capt. Edwin S. J. Young, chief of staff and aide to Admiral Cornwell, and aeronau.
Weeksville, North Carolina. Comdr. Thomas Cummings/ staff administrative-personnel officer. Admiral Cornwell, who takes on tidal engineer) GS-2; William

Adm. Cornwell, as head of the new assignment In addition to being Commander, Fleet Air .Jacksonville, relieved Capt. William Swanson, equipment specialist
ComNabSix charged with mili- S. Harris, NAS Jax commanding officer, as ComNabSix. (aeronautical) GS-7 to engineer-

tary command and coordination' ing technician mechanical) GS-

control of aviation shore activities 36 Engineered Performance Trainees Navy Pushes Fairer 9; ,Harley Buergey, production t

located within the Sixth Naval process specialist (aircraft) GS7to

District encompassing North Car- Complete 35-Week Classroom Phase Pay For Civilians operations analyst (aircraft

olina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama A study by all military serve assemblies) first step; Vclva Mc-

Mississippi and Florida. Thirty-six Navy employees, 12 of them from NAS Jax, received ices into the wage rates of civilian Carty, clerk-stenographer, GS-3

ComNabSix, as it is known, is certificates at graduation exercises last Friday following comple- I employees has been rec- to clerk-stenographer GS-4.

A military and administrative tion of the 35-week: classroom phase of training in the Engineered ommended by Navy Secretary Edwin Montgomery, production -

command ashore for the purposeof Performance Standards. Program. Thomas S. Gates, Jr. process specialist (electronics -
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centralizing Navy Departmentand Capt. Harris, NAS Jax commanding A study commitee would be ) GS-7, to operations analyst t
District functions yer, Herbert Gilliard, NAS San-
under one officer, presented the established under the proposal, (electronics) first step; Walter
ford John Giles
command for military and ad- ; Henry Hoi-
certificates in ceremoniesat composed of representativesfrom Radford, production
special process
specialist
comb Jr. NAAS Field
ministration coordination, of all Corry ;
the Army, Navy, Air (aircraft) GS-7 to .
naval activities, with specific exceptions the O & R auditorium. He John Morris, Ernestine Price, operations
Force and Defense, and pos analyst (aircraft assemblies
geographically located congratulated the group on successful NAS Key West; William Buch-
sibly from the Bureau of Labor ) first step Wallace Scott
; ,
within the district.Services completion of the train- anan, Vema Grunow, Howard
Hill, Roy Lindsay, Leonard Statistics, as well as from production process specialist (aircraft
ing to date and wished them luckin Neary, MCAS Miami; George labor and industry.The ) GS-7 to operations analyst

AdvisedTo their future training. Lokkar, David Simmons, NAAS recommendation fol- (aircraft assemblies) first step;

ALSO APPEARING on the program Saufley Field; Felix Harbin, lowed disclosure of differencesin Frederick Smith, Jr., production

DisabledEM were Capt. Ira Curtis, Pub- Eugene Hudson, Robert Porter, wage rates at the Boston process specialist (electronics)

Keep lic Works officer and Capt. and Thomas Porter Sr., NAAS Naval Shipyard and the Ports- GS-7 to operations analyst (electronics

James J. McKinstry, Supply Of- Whiting Field. mouth Yard at Kittery, Maine. I ) first step; James Tripp,

Non-Corns irar.. whA.. alsn inllk: tft. thft. em. production process specialist
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ployees. Trainee Robert Porter of ------- (aircraft) GS-7 to operations

Marine Capt. W. W. Dinegar NAAS Whiting Field, Fla. de- analyst (aircraft assemblies) first

presented a strong argument for livered the valedictory address, step; Jacob Wells, production

retention of disabled noncommissioned while Leonard Eubanks, Indus- ( process specialist aircraft) GS-7

officers on active duty, trial Relations Officer, was mas- ? to operations analyst (aircraft assemblies -

in an article published in the ter of ceremonies.The ) first step; and Jesse
April issue of United States Naval
group covered various Wright, production process spe-
Institute
Proceedings. phases of EPS, which is now be- .K cialist (aircraft) GS-7 to opera-
Terming present physical
ing incorporated in the Public tions analyst (aircraft assemblies
standards "unreal and
arbitrary
Works and Supply Depart- ) first step.Advanced .
Capt. Dinegar said the servicesare
ments of the Station. The curri- in Supply Depart-
throwing intelligent and
away culum included such subjects as ment were Howard Millan, gen
industrious men everyday."We .
seriously lag behind work simplification, time study, eral supply clerk GS-3 to super-

other profession in not realizingthat every performance ratings, standard visory general supply clerk GS-
time data, methods time measure- 4; Isaac Sellers, supervisory general
a man with a hearing defect,
ment, special installation clerk GS-4 to liquid
or only one hand, still has a vast shop projects, supply
employment capability," he wrote. control system projects, fuels pump operator first step;

Dinegar further went on to and installation projects under Myrl Washaliski, card punch

state that such disabled men contract engineers. operator GS-2 to card punch op

would not hinder combat mobilityand STUDENTS FROM Other installations erator GS-3; and Tony Zambito,

flexibility because they could who received certifi- equipment specialist (aeronautical

be used in the supporting forces., cates will now return to their ) GS-6 to equipment specialist -

Proven leadership qualities would home bases to continue trainingon (aeronautical) GS-7.

make these men highly desirablein the job, as will NAS Jax Promoted at Public Works Department -

these circumstances."It graduates. TMastersCharier Navy CIVILIAN Civilian T-MASTERS was Jaekson Brooks,
Toastmaster
is most difficult to see why Engineered Performance Stand- Club of Jacksonville, which laborer third step to automotive

we take the attitude that just because ards, which has been in Qpera- To draws Its membership from the equipment serviceman first step-

a non-vital portion or func- tion at O & R here for several ranks Jacksonville of employees at NAS Advanced in Miscellaneous

tion of their bodies may be miss- years, is defined as a scientifically sented its charter, was officially last pre were Margaret Ridgell, clerk-

Ing," he concluded, "that we must derived performance time CiviliansThe Gordon King, president Tuesday.(right)j typist GS-3 Industrial Relations

Junk their minds, scrap their i standard for a given job which accepts the charter from John Department to qualifications rating

hearts, and ignore their spirit." can be met by an average em- masters third member of the Toast- "Hank"Sunshine Hebb, Governor of the clerk (general typing) GS-4;

e ployee with average skill and aboard the International Naval Air Station family I monies at District the charter, during dinner cere Willard Moore, fire fighter (general -

average effort under average has held at the Officers Club. At ) GS-3 Security Department
Choral. To officially received its charter.
Society conditions following prescribed Navy Civilian left is M/Sfft. Robert Larson, to fire fighter (general) GS-4 Se
area Lt.
Toastmasters Governor and
methods. Club of Jacksonville of the member curity Department; and Eleanor
Verdi Mar-Nav-Easy 7
Sing OperaNew officially Club.
Receiving certificates at lastFriday's Jenninp.! plerk-tvnist GS-2 Overhaul -
No. 2366 on the list of -
Toastmasters their
York guest artists will appear ceremonies were William International charters. Jax Navy Toast- I and Repair Department to

in the Jacksonville ChoraSociety's l Barrett, Joseph Dominic,, charter in ceremonies- received its masters, for officers, was the first clerk-typist GS-3 Medical De-
to
highlight
presentation of Verdi'sRigoletto Capers Griffith, David Hudson,, ing a dinner meeting last receive its charter. Mar-Nav- partment.
Friday Easy 7, with its
May 13 at the George Ernest Leslie, Fernie Selby, and at the Officers Club. membership comprised I
Washington Hotel Auditorium.The Tony Zambito, of NAS Jax Public .JOHN "HANK" Hebb of enlisted personnel in pay I des in the Civilian Toastmasters.

supporting cast and chorus s Works; Edith McLeod, James the Sunshine district, governorof grade E-7, received its charter Employees interested can contactthe

will be composed of local people, Mills, Daniel Sharpe, Richard hand to present the charter, was, with on several club months ago. The civilian Jax Air News, extension 272
draws
members of the Choral Society,; Silbernagel, and Paul Wight,, Gordon King, club president, ac ployee ranks its at members from' em- or can contact any of the mem-
NAS. bers.
The Jacksonville NAS Jax Supply Department.
Symphony wil 1 cepting. The entire
membership
TIIUS .
OFFICERS < >
enlisted
also be on hand. CIIAUNCEY HUDSON Jr., with wives and guests, along with civilian and
watch
personnel Father to mother,
Tickets for the performancecan Wilson Morse, NAAS Barin Field; high ranking Naval officers of here in are represented firefly "He's
Toastmasters
ahead:
be secured at Wells Jeweler: Clarence Bellovich, Mary Hall, C, the Station, and their wives, were of the ranks, one ing youngster flying
few
such bases isn't he!I"
or the Nice House of Music or b]y Fred_Taylor, Barbara Trescot,, on hand for the gala occasion.It entire military within the bright for his. age. .

writing to P. O. Box 311, Jacksonville NAS Cecil Field; O. Lamar Whit- is official now the three achieve this establishment to
distinction. J h
Fla. aker, NAAS Mayport; Kay Bow clubs aboard the Station, have There It would seem that honesty
are still several vacan- not the bust policy in Hollywood.





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1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5 /


i I Ibf ,,>,, New, Accurate TACAN Adaptable To ''I



'\ Various Phases Of Air NavigationA

-
training syllabus on broad cast controlled intercepts employ-
be remedied in lieu of the phe-
ing use of the more accurate Tacti cal Air Navigation: System, knownd
nomenal rates of speed of today's
as TACAN, has been establishe at Fleet Airborne Electronicsat
Training Unit, Detachment Two NAS Jax in Building 158. aircraft. Consequently great
strides have been made in this
Just a few short years ago it
field with the latest being
was necessary for Navy pilots to and measure his distance from
that point to his destination. TACAN..
take bearings on more than one
The most modern aerial navi-
station, find his position at the THAT WAS a complex, time-
gation system presently in use in
intersection of the bearing lines, absorbing operation which had to
I M,, !_ -IIII_"' .'_ _M' ,___""'}xae __ I, the fleet is the visual omni range
'" (VOR) which gives the pilot his

"rv "'.1 bearing relative to the station he
A. yo
has tuned in. An even more recent -

..1 wa unit, Distance Measuring
Equipment (DME) gives the pilot

his distance from the station in

terms of miles.
:
,"__..1 .,:' \ I TACAN the
IA' ',' ''''''- may supercede use
' '
FLJGIIT' "vi.\\: : of combination of
.., COURSE TACAN LtJff) Russell Ilackft, of a systems,
I'awTuLant Detachment Two a student at FaetuLant DetachmentTwo VOR-DME, because of its greater
I here, plots a course prior to simulated flight in a jet link accuracy and adaptability. Un-
trainer with TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation) as the guiding like VOR-DME, TACAN gives
hand. Faetu instructor (right), is Robert Fenton, TD3.
both distance and bearing with
_
five times the bearing accuracy
Friday Last Chance and equals the distance accuracyof

For BC EnrollmentCivilian the old system.
" ONE OF the primary uses of

employees interestedin TACAN is broadcast control (in- ,

enrolling in the Insurance ,, > ,., tercepts. Under the broadcast con
VOT Group Plans of Blue Cross and trol system, a broadcaster of the

Dlue Shield have until the closeof Combat Information Center (CIC)

The CPO Club patio, patio bar business on May 3 to do so. of ship or land base, transmits a

and snack bar are now open Those who do not enroll by the :' ; \ periodic commentary of target
; ; ; l\ position, altitude, and movements
from noon until 1900, Tuesdays May 3 deadline will have to wait i l which is obtained 'by radar. The
:
through Sundays, for the use of until next year at this time to
E-7's, their dependents and join the group plans. r...;:: :' .. .. .. _""'hL:: :':',, :,':'I,:", ,:,;:,;;'"";';" ,;,,,,',;!:v: ;::::: : :,: .';',;;"' J fighter pilot receives and plots
ROUGH ATDER AHEAD In this jet link trainer( at this information and by plottinghis
guests. In figures released recently, FaetuLant Detachment Two at NAS lax, can be created just about own position, as obtained by
The first patio dance of the officials note that the current any type of weather conditions you can conjure up. Ltjg) Samuel TACAN, is able to vector himselfto
season will be held on Saturday, utilization for the NAS group Naive b being checked out in this trainer on TACAN (Tactical Air
May 11.Last shows that Blue Cross and Blue Navigation), which is expected to bring about a great change in an intercept point with the tar
week marked the some phases of aerial combat tactics. Instructor is Paul Ortez, TD3.
open Shield have returned 100.1% in get.Faetu's
ing of the swimming pool at the the form of benefits back to the training syllabus for
rear of the club. The pool is employees. Naval IntelligenceNeeds May Reopen pilots consists of a total of six
periods, each one hour in dura
Tuesdays through Sundays
open 4s --
AgentsThe tion. The first two hours lec-
are
from 1100 to 1900, and closed on Contingency
Mondays.A Cecil Field Sailor Director of Naval In- ture periods familiarizing pilots

dinner is telligence has reported that with the broadcast control system -
special family now
being featured every Sunday. Headed To PurdueWilliam there is a continuing need for Option PlanA basic TACAN procedures,

Priced at $1.00 for adults and 60c Murray, ATI, of qualified civilians for employ bill to reopen the contingency. plotting boards, and. plotting and
piloting
for children, a typical dinner Fighter Squadron 31, has been ment as agents of the Office of option system to active duty last procedures.The four devoted
periods
are -
consists of boiled ham, boiled or selected as a principal candidatefor Naval Intelligence. men with more than 18 years of entirely to synthetic inter-
sweet potatoes, tossed salad, the 1957 Navy Enlisted Ad- Among the basic qualifica- service will probably come up
ceptions in the jet link trainer
choice of vegetable, hot rolls and vanced School Program tions are the fact that a person for hearings late this month or
which is
small scale 2-FO23.
a
butter, and coffee. The dinner is Murray with VF.31 currently must be a U. S. citizen by early June, according to a

served in the dining room from at Cecil Field will be transferredto birth; must possess good moral spokesman for the House Armed
noon on Sundays until 2100.A I Naval Preparatory School, character; be in the age bracket Services Committee.

golf tournament will soon be Bainbridge, Md., for a nine week of 21 to 40; in generally The bill (HR 2396)) would not

sponsored for all Chiefs and orientation course. good health and must hold a change the costs of the contin-

M/Sgts. An entry sheet has been Upon successful completion, he baccalaureate degree.Requirements gency option annuities, which are

placed on the club bulletin board will join the NROTC unit at for a degree paid for out of retirement pay.
for signing by those wishing to Purdue University. will be waivered if an appli While present law states that SALTY HUMOR FROM

enter the tournament. Murray is the son of Mrs. MarieA. cant has 60 semester hours of the serviceman must sign up for HERE AND THERE
? of
The next general assembly Murray of White Plains, N. Y. college plus three years the option annuity of his choiceby

meeting will be held on the even Enlisted personnel interested in comparable investigative ex the end of his 18th year of Retiring after 30 years in the

ing of June 4 in the patio, when the Navy Enlisted Advanced perience. duty, and if he doesn't go in by Navy, an old salt bought a well-
election of club 'president and School Program should consult Initial application may be then he is out for good, the new stocked saloon, boarded it up
vice president will take place. BuPers Instruction 1510.69A and made by addressing a letter to bill extends this time with one and began to remodel it. After

----< S 10007A. the District Intelligence Officer provision; no coverage the post- several weeks former customers

In 1904 submarines carried a -...-.-- of the Naval District in 18-year man signs up for would began pounding on the door ask-

crew of one officer and 13 en I The USS Boston is the world's which you reside. become effective until after two ing, "When are you going to

listed men. first guided missile cruiser. more years of active duty. open up?"

After he has served two more "Open up!" hollered the sailor.

ll llr Greek Archbishop years, the election would become "I'm never going to open up. I

SEA SCENE I Confirms 13 From fully effective. When he does retire bought this place for myself."
his pay would be reduced 0 .
The sun and the size of the
Champ's Crew according to an A Dallas family suffering loss
the stars have a
nuity. and in tornado their
injury sent
a
rival for beauty !! Aboard the USS Lake Cham- Those who sign before 18 years
small to his
son aunt's home fora
in pretty Ann plain CVA-39) While the are covered as soon as they retire -
1IeFa1den.Kneellnr 5 USS Lake Champlain was at no matter how soon after- visit until they could arrange
for other housing. After three
prettilyat Athens, Greece, thirteen Catholic ward.
the water's crew members received the sac- The bill also would permit days came this telegram:

edge at Vero rament of Confirmation from the those who have signed up to RETURNING TOM. SEND

Beach, Fla., Miss Most Reverend Marius Macrionitis change options, or even get out altogether TORNADO.. a

McFaydendemonstrates D. D., Archbishop of Greece on two years' notice.
the The Cathedral of St. Denis was Present law states the change effective A young Wave volunteering as
a blood donor was asked, "Do
potentiality of a the scene of the group confirmation only after five more yearsof "
couple of sea for which the men were pre active duty. you know your type?
shells. Miss Mc pared through receiving ad "Oh, yes," came the confident

Fayden, a lead- vanced instruction from Father reply, "I'm the sultry type"
AO School IIonors 0
ing m agaaIna John L. Wissing, Catholic chap-
model, shouldn't lain aboard the Lake Champlain Gained Clark They married, figuring theit,'
have any trouble The men confirmed were: By ship might come in-but all they

selling those sea .c; Richard Karbowski, MM3; Roy Walter Clark, Jr., AOAN, of got was a raft of kids.

shells by the sea ",'y'f'b.' Craig, FA; Duncan Emack, ET1; Americus, Ga., was the honor *
ihore. Besides g l ln George Rolf, FT2; Ronald Cro- student of last week's graduating "Where's that little blonde who

posing for pictures dell, FT3; William Kallio, MM2; class at Aviation Ordnanceman'sSchool was serving the cocktails?," said

she is one wI Benjamin Allen, BT3; Lowell Class A at NATTCenter.Clark one wife to another at a party.

of the corps of DeSart, FN; Lumir Jansky, FN; who entered the Navyin "I don't know," said the other.

Aquamaids a t George Sparks, DK3; George August, 1956, has been assigned "Are you looking for a drink?"

Cypress Gardens. Gladding, ICFM; David Pareti, to NAS Barbers Point, "No," retorted the first, grimly

I ABAN; and Robert Tress, M/Sgt. Hawaii "I'm looking for my husbandt"12M



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Fliers Belabor Tampa, ">'-' >.':f:" .:'.... rfA..,. :..... .:.". .... .:r\. ..;..:.;..;"...f: ....... .'..:..ii..f-... :. : ''....,','.. .....<>.':..'!>:->,:.... .. Crackerjax- Beat J

,. .< '. ...' ,. .
f": t Pepsi Cola Nine

Snap Victoryy Drought
II II :... rY. For Initial WinThe

Sparkling one-hit relief hurling by Brian Husscy plus ta1

the big bat of John Saffer enabled the Jax Navy Fliers to r. +lA 4 ? Jax Navy Crackerjax

break their nine-game losing streak by dumping Tampa Uni earned their first softball victoryof

versity's_ Spartans: 12-8 Saturday at :Mason Field. the year Monday night at St

Russ Bouxsein started on the Nicholas Playground by defeat.
mound for Jax Navy and had April 2 when Jax Navy squeezedby ing Pepsi Cola, 6-5, in the eighth

given up eight runs after 3 2/3 a young inexperienced Jax AI pI W inning.A .

innings. He was relieved by VP- University team which has since t4 ail ; kl long fly ball to left by Vir-
twice beaten them.
18's Hussey who closed the door ginia Hudson was muffed by

tightly, yielding but one hit in The Marine invasion setback Pepsi Cola's Pauline Stitchweh,
Jax Navy three consecutive times
the remaining 5 1/3 innings.IT enabling Ann Cooper to score
WAS Hussey's first win with the scores reading, 10-4, the winning run.DARLENE '
13-2 and 153.
against one defeat, although priorto Hillaert started the
this he has pitched some fine The Fliers journeyed to Mac- extra inning by doubling, Cooper
Dill Air Force Base at
Tampa
relief hurling. reached on a fielders choice,

Big John Saffer, AGO Student, Monday in an attempt to start a III Sophia Sayatovich singled but
j
went three for five, a double and streak of victories comparable to {0't .+.Y Hillaert was cut down at the I
that of defeats. They played two
two triples. lie drove in six runs plate.
and scored four himself to account games with the airmen. After Carolyn Johnson reached
THE FLIERS' next home game on a fielders choice Hudson
for ten of the Fliers' un-
twelve runs. will pit them against an unknown ; leashed the long, run-producing

The win-starved Fliers greedily quantity, Pinecastle Air sax "*a', 4" 'tM' fly Pepsi Cola went down in

accepted the lush offerings of a Force Base, tomorrow and'Sat- 4 4, order in their half of the eighth.

trio of Tampa pitchers by bang- urday, at Mason Field. ... The Crackerjax took a 1-0 lead
ing out 14 hits. Friday's game begins at 1600 ., h> : vw ......... 's '. :i-A! in the first inning on the strengthof

Gene Fogel who relieved while the Saturday fray gets underway ALMOST, BUT NOT QUITE Nipping the runner in a playat Ruth Bradshaw's home run.

starter Jack Jesmer, after a at 1430. first base during action in Friday's Parris Island-lax Navy came The Bottler's Linda Hammond
Flier two- first The Fliers journey to Palm at Mason Field Is Pi's Dave Ltndsley. The baserunner, Jax Navy's matched this with a secondinning
run was tagged
Beach AFB tnext Tuesday and John Saffer, had grounded to shortstop Roy Mills who made the
with the loss. Al Gomez came on toss to Llndsley. Parris Island went on to win the came, 13-2. Pine- four-master.
in the seventh only to be poundedfor Wednesday then return home to castle Air Force Base conies to Mason Field for a two came tilt AFTER TAKING a 2-1 lead in

five more Flier scores. battle Shaw AFB, May 10-11. tomorrow and Saturday. the third, Jax Navy tallied three
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PRECEDING Saturdays' win more runs and seemed to have

the Fliers had dropped three TAX AIR NEWS OW Bowling the game on ice in the fourth.

straight to the Parris Island Ma- The Crackerjax: put together

rines and had hardly come closeto Play FinishesThe four hits with two Pepsi Cola

victory in nine games. miscues to score the trio of

Lone victory dated back to Officers' Wives Bowling markers.
Pepsi Cola produced a homer
G League came to a halt Monday by Karen Jo Evans and a pair of

VARSITY SCHEDULE evening with the Wadsworth team singles plus a base on balls to

FOR MAY JUNE riding atop the six-team loop. tally two runs in their part of

A 39 game slate has been set : Trophies will be awarded Fri the same inning.

for the Jax Navy baseball No-Hitter Marks day May 10 at 1300 at a luncheon.All It was 5-5 in the fifth when

Fliers during the months of Opening members are urged to attend. the Bottlers Fay Hunter and

i May and June. Jessie Smith singled and Evans
MAT doubled. This ended scoring until

Tuc.Frl. Sat, r y :Plnecastle Palm; a hAW--. Week Of NAS SoftballA *the Crackerjax' eighth.
Frl. Sat.May fail( Shaw AFB-home HAS SOFTBALL Diane Hicks went all the way
Mon May 13 Jax U.-away
Tue. Wed. 14-15 Hunter AFB.a for the win, issuing only two
Frl. Sat Mar t huge dust cloud hovered over NAS softball diamonds walks and
kSU't.. SLATE spacing nine hits.
Tue. Wed. May 21-22 Fort a
most of last week and when the behemoth had
throughout
Frl. Sat. May 24.:25. Donaldson AFB-h Loser was Alice Porter.
Mon. Tue. May 27-28;! Glynro Navy-fc cleared from sight, five teams were found holding spotless Thursday, May *
Fit. Sat. May 31 June 1 Glynco h* The Crackerjax and NAS Ci-
marks in Mainside Softball League competition Albemarle 1615 Peru. va VAII3Yorktown
JUNK 1615 VP-18 va Faa,109 vilians tangle in a league encounter -
Tue. Wed. June 4-5 Patrick AFB-a Opening week found 17 games Saratoga WS VA-lOt( va NAKTU
Fri Sat. June 7 8 Robins AFBhomeTu. I A tilt between the Medics and Enterprise: IHOO Comm. vs SupplyEnterprise. next Wednesday at 2100
Wd/June 11-12 Plnwatle AFB-a being contested on four separate 1945 VP-16 .
:: vi Dlsp.Maday Hill
at
VAH-3 ended in Murray Playground.
a protest.
Fr. Sat. Sn. -l MemphishMon.
of results
.ii.tJ fields. A variety came
; .
Tue. June I AFB-a
KKlln
May eAlbemarle 4s*
Frl. Sat. June 21-22 KKlln: A.'Bhom.eMon up-pitching battles, hitting mar- FAWTU trimmed luckless Spe-
..Sal.Tue.June June 220 2-1 25 Fort l naldsonaFrl. Gordon-h athons and protested games. cial Services, 11-2, and NARTU: Yorktown 1615 1615 VFP62[)llp. vii vi Opt VW-4>r. Blind Bogey Prizes
-Tentative Saratoga 1615 Sn. Sr. va Fa: 109
bested Personnel 16-14. \v
Games at Mason Field-weekday VP-18'S Patrolmen gained two Enterprise; 1800 VAH-3 vi -
1600; weekends & holldays-14.W victories, led by steady Ed Through camel *f April 23 Enterprise:: 1945 Supply vs VA-173 Taken By ThreeDusty

Brown's no-hit white-washing of Tram W L Pet. Tuesday, May 7
Commun, 2 0 1,(000 Albemarle 1615; !' VA-104 VI VP-10 Rhoades' 91, combined
VFP-62, 9-0. Brown's pitches Fasron SIXl: 0 1001)
FLIERS' PARINGS Yorktown 1615 FAWTUvs Pen.
VP18 2 0 1,000 Saratoga 1615 81.6 vs VF.173 with a 12 stroke deficit, clippedhis
sparkled with a host of tricky
Player, Pos. G An 11 R Tn RBI AV VF.173Hospital 2 0 1.000 Enterprise 1800( Comm vs Hosp. score to a charmed 79 to win
BOUJseln, p 2 2 1 0 1 0 ..50014h1tson deliveries being thrown at the I t) 1.000.SfK) Enterprise 1915 Oper. vc Sp. Ser.WedBetxlay .
.
c 6 7 3 1 6 3 .428 FAW-H 1 ) the regular weekend Blind Bogey
Owens 3 2 1 2 .334 befuddled victims. Dispensary 1 1 () May S
d.Cor g g Fasron at the station golf
1 1
10'J .500 course.
Ballard 2 1 :
0 2
.333 Another win was notched by Albemarle 1615: NARTU VI VP-18
&hulla. Ih II 34 13 5 1f! 4 .3.12 Supply NAftTUVW4! I I ..500.500.MO Yorktown 1615 FAW-llvs Supply John Scdlacek fired a 95 withan
Rodgers 3h 13 411) 13 3 15 6 ..325Schapiro. VP-18 with a 3-0 blanking of Saratoga 1615 Comm. vs FAWTUKnterprlne
1 1 )
2b 4 18 handicap bringing his tallyto
14
4 4 4 0 .2X5 : IHOO VW-4 vs rmp.
V All-3 0 0
Boub 2b 1 5 2 0 2 0 .2H6 Dispensary. Brown) again hungup .000
Gibht n. If 13 39 10 1 16 8 .256 I Opera. 0 1 .000 Enterprise 1945 Fas. 109 vs VAII3Thnrwday 77 to share second place honors
3 4 0 1 .150 seven goose eggs. VA104VA172 0 1 ..aaVFP64 with Ben Hall who shot 99 witha
r: "eal.Pili 13 55 1\\ '7 2t 2 :.246 Fasron Six belted arch-rival : .(XX( ) May 9Albemarlt
0 1 mil 1615 VF-172 va VA-173 22 handicap.
10 30 3
fcI''f 8 40 : 6 11 It :.200.200 Fasron 109, 14-2, and downed VP-16 0 1 .000 Yorktown 1615 Hosp.'I VA-104
}Fields: 2h 32 2 1 2 0 .167 FAWTU 0 2 .(.0 Saratoga 1615 Per,. va VP-1R Prizes, three golf balls, were
FAW-11, 11-8. Personnel 2 .000 10) VF'I'62 NARTU
Enterprise va
Batea Ib 4 12 2 0 2 1 ,166Jankunla awarded the winners.
p 5 12 2 2 2 0 .166 ALSO registering a pair of victories Sp. Serv. 0 2 .000 Enterprise:: 1945 VP-16 vs Fag 6
p 3 1 1 1 0 ,14.3 .
Macey. ct 4 11 2 2 2 1 :,133Hussey opening week was a sur- : : :... :: : :: : "

Allen' "rf 8 5 26 8 1 2 1 1 I :,125,115 prisingly strong Communications :ti : : : : ;:
hlatysak. e 86 2 1 2 1 .12'.1 nine. They trimmed Operations, jjy. : jj. J
Allgood I rf t 18 1 0 1 1 .055 .
Churchill, rt 20 0 1 0 0 :(44) 15-10, and downed VW-4, 12-2.

Maulabyy.Stone. Ins I 0 1 g g g g :g((4)) FAW-11 eked out a 19-16 slug-
Murley, p 1 1 0 0 0 0 .000 fest victory over VA-172, and
}Freese p 3 2 0 0 0 0 .000
I'.vy, P 2 2 0 1 0 0 .000 Dispensary, after its opening defeat -

Player IP R W L to VP-18, trimmed FAWTU,
Husley 5 26 2/3 17 17 1 1 4-3, in one of the closest tilts of
Jankunb 5 36 51 36 1 4
Mingle 3 :20 202 0 2 the week.
Molnar 2 91/3 7 8 0 1 VF-173's Jesters copped two
Houud 2 4 11 16 0 1
Jo'reeae 3 8 6 5 0 1 wins, tripping NARTU, 20-5, then
Pany 1 6 7 7 0 0
Murley 1 2 8 10 0 1 squeaking past Supply, 76. .
.
SUPPLY THEN trimmed VP-

Race Tightens In EM 16, 11-2. Hospital's crew capturedits

Wives Bowling LoopThe first tilt, a 26-15 clubbing of

Woodpeckers moved into Special Services.

place in the NATTCenter 19, n kh > txm

Enlisted Men's Wives Bowling Jax, Pensacola Set

League last week thanks to the
bowling of Betty Corson who Tennis MatchThe

rolled a series of 460, included a Jax Navy tennis team will

high game of 187. take on the netmen of Pensacola .. ...._____ nm...._ .._
STANDINGS WON: LOST Navy this Saturday, May 4, at INTRAMURAL WINNERS AND RUNNERS-HP Representatives from commands victorious In
Trillrr/ 34 20 the 5th &: Perry courts at 1330. recent Mainside intramural basketball competition were rinD awards at ceremonies last week.
Woodpecker 30 24Ikucea Nine matches, six singles and Capt. William S. Harris, NAS Jax commanding; officer, awarded the trophies. Shown shortly after
Stinkers 29 28 25 26 three doubles, are slated with the the ceremony are William Rice, ADC, of VFP-C2; LtJc( ) John Lance, VFP-C2; Lt Joseph C. Crete
PplIU 25 29 CVG-17; Comdr. Ralph E. Cheney, VFP-62; Cant. Harris; Comdr. Roy Reed CVG-17, and Lcdr.
Kool Kate 24 30Ha locals team looking to avenge a Vince Ananla, of AGO School, NATTCenter. CVG-17's eager copped the Mainside championshipwhile
Choppei Pala 24:22 30 32 setback suffered at Fensacola. AGO School captured the All-Station crown. VFP-6S was Mainside runner-no.

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i :: VP.18 Still Skcctmcn ScoreIn


ui. !ea Paces NASKeglers Pan-Am Meet

r ,wwl 1 The Jax Navy skeet team,

continuing its trail of un-

beatable performances, captured .
the military division

championship of the Pan-
VP-18 remains atop the Main-
American Skeet Tournamentlast
side intramural bowling loop for
Sunday at Dallas, Tex.
the second consecutive week.
\ Ken Pendergras of Jax Navy
VA-172 and MARTD are still
a \ I broke 196 of 200 to win the
tied for second place while
military all-gauge individualcrown.
Faetu is in the number three
% LJREI) spot. Special Services sporting a Pendergras teamed
() with Bill Arthur, Bill Vicring
27-13 record, moved into fourth Giles Bourdeaux and Bill

position.The .
v Frees for the five-man title.

10 4 v r c W'iiIII dropped two from Marine the league.teams have Arthur and Pendergras

pII \ topped the two-man military
Standings n. of April 29. 1957.VP : .
.18 35 13 field with a 390x400 score.
VA-172 .15 15: Francis Ellis of Jacksonvilleled
:
MAKTD 35 15
.'81 u :SH 18 Florida shooters in the all
Special Services 27 13
4'omKalrJax; :** 18 gauge race, shattering 198 of
VA-44 31 17 200 birds.Glassy.
$ Operation :37 23
; 1'AW111US 26 29 19 1810'.171
\' J* 34
VW-4 #2 .K) 26 AGO Nine
j VKP62 "C' 32 26

"L" _..",ow._,,,_ _,. v>,.y.->_"" ,, ____..........__....._. "..,.."" ..., ;",.........",__..;,.,..w..w.. ,.,..,;..w. _'_ O&R Hospital Officer 27 27 25Dlxponiarjr 25:

-BUT IT'S NOT EVEN DAMP!" A roving Jax Air News cameraman caught these would-be K-l 73 23 29: 27V 27 Sports 7-0; Mark
swimmers rushing the season a bit at Mainskle Pool last week with not the least semblance of waterin VAJ13 n :23 29
I sight All pools aboard the station were being; prepared and renovated for the new season, which VW-4 VAH-3 tl#1 20 19 32 33 In Center S-Ball
began yesterday. The two young lovelies and the "torn-between-two" victim perhaps should have Communication, 19 :33
waited until opening: day. The overly-anxious group is (left to right) Ann Juntunen, Ben Sylar, and VfcP-62 "S" 17 35
Kay Luhmann. Malnside pools are. open dally from 1000 to :2000. \'uron\'"v.>i 6 "A" 14 18 :38 IR Softballcrs of Aviation Ground
VW-4 Officer 15 41 Officers School remained atpp the
.

Civilian Men To Station Pools Allow One V All Jax Braves Hosts To standings of Softball the NATTCenter League Intramural by


Field Ball Club Knoxville Smokies last sweeping week. three straight games

All civilian personnel inter- To Enjoy That Cooling DipAs More Sally League baseball is I AGO downed AE School, MAD,

ested in playing on the NAS and Aviation Fundamentals, in
the local with the
men's civilian softball team summer very rapidly gains a foothold in our midst so does on sports menu : pushing their season's mark to
ina
Jax Braves Knoxville
should call Joe Baxley, ext. warm-err weather which has a tendency to make one rather uncom- hosting seven wins and no losses.
five-game sctto starting tonightat
fortable at times.It .
232.The 2000 at the new Jax baseball Kelly Hester's home run enabled -
team will start play in doesn't take a mental mon- 1130-2100, weekdays; 1000-2100 park. the Ensigns' Bob Naab to ..

about three weeks.It ster to realize that man being the Saturdays and holidays, and from The two clubs play a single I I chalk up a 7-5 win over the

is hoped that another city smartest of all animals (at leastno 1200-2100, Sundays.The game tomorrow night, a double I Sparkies. AGO's John Sipes con-

softball loop will be formedsoon other animal has gotten indoor pool at Building bill Saturday, beginning at 1830 tributed two homers to their 12-

enabling the squad to around to arguing the point) de- 614 will continue to operate and a single contest Sunday afternoon 5 win over Marine Aviation De-

participate in organized com- cides to do something, anything, throughout the summer months.In .' tachment. Zeff Lazarus was cred-

petition. to counteract the blazing sun. short break out towels ited with the win.

This makes it more comfort- suntan lotion and bathing suits- PLAYING NEXT against Av-

able for the smartest of all ani one piece or two-depends on Attack Outfits Have Fund, the Lazarus-Sipes combi.

Varsity LinksmenLose mals-you and I. what kind of an animal you are, Two On Flier Nine I nation again clicked this time to
and go swimming! the tune of 13-2.
Two from Attack
Our own NAS Jax, has decidedto men
To Miami do something to case the discomfort Squadrons based in the Jax After losing to AGO, the Avia-
NAS Archery Range tion
Electrician's mine
of all-namely open all Navy area are performingwith snapped
holes Open For All Hands the Jax Navy Fliers on back to down AK School behind
Tip Cecil FieldThe the cool refreshing water
located the baseball diamond this sea- the no-hit pitching of Frank Fos-
NAS
around the base. The Archery Range, -
benncr. They then took the
Jax Navy varsity golf team on Biscayne street, south
Official cooler-offer for Main- son.Eddie
measure of MAD, 13-2, with
lost end behind building 537 is Laposki stellar third
to the University of Miami at opento
side Boone who reigns
Reginald Fosbenner again being credited
Miami, Saturday, but came back over the Mainside Pool, Waves' all hands during daylight sacker, hails from VA104.Steady with the win. .
hours and all interested in arch- member of the Flier
22
Sunday to down Cecil Field, %
Pool Officers' and Chiefs'Pool
(10 13ft. Pool ery are invited to go out. pitching staff is VA-36's Red Emery Belcher picked up three
"opened 'em all up" at 1000
Results of the match at Cecil I Anyone interested and desiringmore Mingle. wins as the NAWS Missilemen

Field: yesterday. information may contact MINGI.K T.APOSKI WITH defeated AvFund, 17-10; Sup.

Class A-Jim Thomas, CF, Boone declared that the pools Chief Weatherby, of the NAS Fiddle Ijiposkl.JAX 3b NAn__ VA.104 Splinters, 11-1, and AO 10-7. The

split with Bob Taylor, NAS, 1% will remain open until 2000 Archery team, at extension (035. Red Mingle, p VA-36 Missilemen were never in trouble

to 1; M. E. Rush, CF, split with however they will bow to the except against AO when it took

Dave Bruce, NAS, l'/4 to 1%. Rush wishes of the swimmers should I a four-run!' sixth to turn the trick.

nd Thomas split team points with the demand be great enough to TilE SUPPORT Splinters;

Taylor and Bruce, 1% to 1. warrant a delay in closing. while losing to NAWS, downed

Class -Harry Webb, NAS, : NATTCenter swim enthusiastsheld MAD '1.4. and then drubbed AK,

blanked Jack Stephens, CF, 3-0; off a bit longer, an hour and 252. Charles Richards was cred-
Frank Richards NAS-blanked fifteen minutes to be exact. Their ited with both of the wins. John

Red Martin, CF, 30; Webb and mermaid-merman season got un- Socorro and Marion Lee providedthe

Richards won the team play, 3-0. derway 1130 the same day. heavy sticks.
Class C Bob Peters NAS, AK School
The fair sex, officers and 'Jd YY picked up its lone
blanked Gil Carpenter, CF, 3-0; chiefs, share pool 715, while y win from the Aviation Ordnancemen -

Jim Shirley, CF, beat Art Ken- pools 518 and 419 are devoted 19-12. Leo Carcia got credit -
field, NAS, 2& to %; Peters and enlisted The for the win.AvFund. .
entirely to men.
Kcnfield won team play, 2-1 NATTCenter pools will be under managed to win one

Class D-Harry Ferguson NAS the supervision of C. E. Jones.It when they trounced the hapless
blanked B. Q. Ryan, CF, 3-0; Bill AO team, 209.SPORTS.
Zobel, CF, beat Jack Grayson will be protection-plus at all ;. Y
NAS 2%-%; Ryan and Zobel won pool sites as just the cream .of

the team play, 3-0. the crop have been selected as

life guards. x

Civilian Women Look Two of the three outdoor poolsat
NATTCenter opened for the SCHEDULEWeek

For First Softball WinThe season yesterday. Pools 419 and of Maya

NAS civilian women's'soft- 518 opened on schedule, however Baseball: Jax Navy vs" Pine-

ball team has experienced rough Pool 715 is still undergoing repairs castle AFB, home May 3-4; Fliersvs.

going during early stages of theWomen.s and a definite opening date ,. NAf Palm Beach AFB, away, May
has not been set. 7-8.
City Softball League.
Center will be '
the
The pools at
Pepsi-Cola trounced the NAS Softball: Crackerjax vs. NAS
Civilians, 24-0 first time out in open to all station personnel from Civilians, Murray Hill, May 8.

league competition.In "TYw'a.l.W<_ ... __.. .._ Volleyball: Jax Navy at National
the second contest of the The nurse beckoned to one of CRACKERJAX Tourney, Memphis, Tcnn,
PERFORMERS
at VETERAN A valuable
fathers
young season, the NAS girls were a group of expectant nucleus of every softball team is Its returning veterans. Pictured May 714.
downed, 25-4, by Dependable the hospital and announced, "You here are five Jax Navy Wave softball players, all veterans of for- .
Electric Service. Things lookedup have a fine son." mer Cracker Jax: diamond wars. They are, front row (left to right) Two girls in front of Jewelry.
a bit for the civilian lassies Immediately another man Chris Buck, left field, and Ruth Bradshaw, shortstop. Rear, Diane store:
J nicks, pitcher; Sophia Sayatovlch, center field, and Carolyn John-
last and complained, "I think he loves me, but he
Monday night when they rushed up son, second baft. The Crackerjax, entered in City League play,
started playing stronger ball, but "What's the idea? I was here be- face the NAS Civilians Wednesday, 1\1111 at 21W at Murray Hill never comes right out with any-
Were still defeated, 16-6. fore he was!" Playground. See story on page I. thing I can put on my finger"

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ii iiI'F For Rent ; I' : > : '

> ftflf
Furn. Room, pvt. bath and cntra.

374 8th Street, Atlantic Beach. "If _

CII 9-59C9. Buchanan. :<.: ''' r I t r /w J

3 bdrm. 2 bath ,, S
duplex apt. Fur :*:r' :\

nished, all or part. Riverside. '

Call Mrs. Brown, EV 9-6219 4.4 i
or ... Vii41
: .. EV 96196. .': ;
r
3 bdrm. unfurnished house, adjacent k f + ( (
:i .. :1&&
: : Timuquana Country Club. :
..
,
With TheToastmasteis $125 per month. Marshall, 5558 :' : f
Fair Lane Dr. EY 90906. :

r 3 bdrm. house, for rent (or sale). <. 1
.r<
$125 per month. Equity '$2300. r

The 174th meeting of Jax Navy 4944 Ortega Hills Drive. EV 9-

Toastmasters held 1454. *
was at the 0"Club piay
last Thursday night, with 5 bdrm. house, furnished. Over

Ron Moreland acting as Toastmaster looking ocean $150 per month

of the evening Table on yearly basis. Gcffckcn, EV

Topics on "The Best Advice I 91205. ..1'-:

Ever Received" was introducedby For Sale

3 bdrm. house. _..... _. .. ._ ,
Earl Shuh and Large "'! ,.... <
a parliamen backyard, .f, '::; .I. "* < )! "" "t..w.: ..."i'. f;. 'i/R'Jtt'1.'i-
.
tary drill followed twenty trees. Contact .ft.'", ..t..;,. :". < \. i. ... kr. ,. .4 t .<: ,;:...... .. ::' :; -.t. j. .
conducted by owner, '. ,, ,, :. .
4851 !ftiA<>,.v.. \ ... _". ....v"'I't." ''' ';: ,... ",,.'...... ..iI-. ,,,,'.s." ",....,'..: ..'..,...-,_.... !"
Mal Maloney. Ortega Hills Drive. OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND ADDED TO NURSERY An
outdoor
Three speakers were intro 3 bdrm. house. Kitchen equipped. added to nursery facilities at the Dependent's Service Clinic of the Naval playground Hospital, Jax area, add has enthu-been

duced; Lou Sartor speaking on Bishop, 5105 Ortega Hills Drive. new siastic equipment.children are proving the Innovation a great success as they clamber, hang/ and swing on the
EV 94030. The nul'Sel'1ls sponsored! and staffed by Jax Navy Wives Club No. 86, who
"What Makes '. gratefully -
a Marine Dave acknowledged the
assistance
of
3 bdrm. house, 1 fi baths. Gillen Cross: Field'Director Hospital commanding officer, Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl, and Red
Elabel
Beesley Manncrs"and asking Les"Where Siebert Are Our de 5841 Cherry Laurel Drive. possible.Lawn M. Davidson (both shown at right In group picture), In making this addition -

livered his "Icebreaker." 3 bdrm. house Sargent, 7204

Greenway Drive, Ortega Hills. Problems Made Much
This week's meeting will be 5 'bdrm. house. Mthly. Easier Weekend Tide Table
held in the Oriental Room 1145 payments HIGH
at LOW

on May 2. Any officer interestedin 3 bdrm.6107.house.Haverty Kitchen, 4644 Cates equipped.Ave. With Proper Care, Fertilizing AM PM AM PM

the Toastmaster Fri 10:18: 10:42 4:03
organizationis : : 4:06:
Best offer. Curtis, 6209 Bartholf (TM conclude the series on Florida household, garden, and Sat.
cordially invited to attend. 1):03: 11:33: 4:53: 5:00:
Avenue. lawn Insects and pests and their control. Although today't articles
Sun.
Navy Civilian Toastmasters met For Sale 1954 Nashu House { a deviation, {it i* found out that proper care of lawns eliminates 12:29:: 1:03: 6:46: 7:07:

Trailer Reas. air many insects)
cond. Carter,,
Tuesday night in their first
gathering -
since the charter presentation 4830 Timuquana Road.Miscellaneous Now is the time when the fertilizing of lawns becomes a para- Jax Metals Group
mount concern of all house
owners. Here are a few tips on lawn
with two
the event.speeches highlighting Ride wanted from Friar Rd. in care supplied by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station. Hosts ConferenceThe

Tom Forrest Arlington Manor. Hours 0730 to In Florida frequent, light applications ,
spoke "Gos-
on
1600. form: and the usual result is that Jacksonville chapter of the
sip while Contact Peggy Lineberry of a suitable fertilizerare
T, A. Wilkinson ,
( American
Ext. 8204. the lawn has to be dug out and Society for Metals will
talked on "Reducing Salons 'For more effective than an occasional host the
Ride replanted within a few years. Southern Metals Conference
wanted to Norfolk
Women." Va., or
Ray Forrest, mastercvaluator heavy to be held
will application. For May 6, 7 and
drive
car leaving May 56., WATER ABOUT once
was in charge of the Centipede grass, one applicationof every 8 at the George Washington
evaluational panel of Rod Pinney Call EV 88292. 6-6-6, using 10 to 12 poundsper five days, but apply one to 1.5 Hotel.
Carl McCranie and Ernie New-: Ride wanted from McDuff Ave inches of wafer The water can be
1000
square feet, should be "New
and Thomas Horizons" will be the
berg. St. Hours 0700 to measured by placing a small can
1530. EV 9-9794 made twice yearly, in the early in theme of the gathering, according
after 1630 the'sprinkler
Toastmaster for the eveningwas or spring and fall area. Daily
Dom Worsowisz Lawton contact Griffis, Shop 3102-2, 0 sprinkling tends to form a matted to Comdr. Harry IIuester,
; I &R. For St. Augustine, Carpet, Zoy- condition of roots and stems on chairman of the conference. Nine
Green
i topic master; timekeeper, Riders sia, Bahia and Bermuda grass, other chapters from Alabama
George Hyde; and "er" counter wanted. Leaving for Phila. top of the ground. A good water ,
Ray Datrcs. 6, returning June 16. Anyone four annual applications of 6.66Iin ing program will stimulate grass North and South Carolina, Georgia

Next meeting is set for next desiring ride/drive call EV March, May, July and late 110 form a healthy, deep root ', Tennessee and Louisianawill

Tuesday at 1830 at the Jack j 9-6108, Dr. B. McCloskey. September a ratio of 20 I .system, secure much of its own be represented.

t Jones Restaurant, Normandy Rider wanted. Navy wife to accompany pounds per 1000 square feet. ( water, endure drought and prevent Sixteen technical sessions covering

Blvd. The May 14 meeting is another on CaliforniJune TilE 66.6 fertilizer is a complete fungus infections.For "New Horizons" in testing,

trip. Leaving June 3. Call one, containing six percent heat treatment, metal workingand
slated for
Cumberland Community weed control, use a material ,
Staats, EV 8-8292. nitrogen, six percent phosphorusand metallurgy will form the
Center at 1930. Civilian employees containing 2-4-D and 2, 4, 5-T I basic
Ride wanted to NATTCenter six percent potash. If it is program. Donald Clark,
interested in joining the in combination. This will control 1
| ]president of the
M
American
from Ernest & Nelson. applied in sufficient quantities Society
club attend Hours, I most weeds in
can any of the meetings : lawns if used for
Metals
0730-1610. Carter, Ext. 488. and at the proper time, there i is will deliver then
or contact any of the men strictly according to directions o | ;keynote address.
no need for
... additional fertilizer
bers. ----
the label. Improper use will kill 1 The Jax
chapter includes
'The USS such as a single source of nitro some
Forrestal has a maximum the grass. 50 military and- civilian employ

width of 252 feet, room gen.The Some weed killers ces in its membership.
give direc
'DI\"I'-E\ enough to park both the Queen: spreading of sand on lawnsis .
Mary and Queen Elizabeth large not recommended. There is no tions for specific use on St. Augustine -
SfR $ ,
Dy Cf luxury liners. need for sand or top soil on lawns (bitter blue) grass, butif Navy Relief

.. that have been properly watered not, use the weed killer at one-

urdays. fertilized and managed. Where a half of the recommended strengthand (Continued from Page 1)

All Saint's Chapel 1830-2000 St. Edward's. Eves lawn needs leveling, an applica repeat in two to three weeks, that may be Involved in repayment

Sunday, May 5 | of first Fridays. tion of and has its place. But t using the same one-half strength! of"a loan.

0930 Sunday School, three BaptismsSundays after continued use of top soil or sandon This usually gives good weed I Key men will be selected within -
year-olds through adults, Building | 1000( Mass. control without damage to the each unit. Contributions in
722 Service of grass encourages layers to
; Divine Worship -
grass. cash or check can be made thru
Chaplain Osman.
1100 Service Weed control is an annual 1 these key. men If personnel wishto
of Divine Wor-
ship, Chaplain Bartlett. problem as weed seeds may lie use the envelope system, theyare
1900 dormant in the soil for years privileged to do so.
United
Fellowship of .
.
Protestants, Building 804. k They are also brought in by wind,
birds and soil.
Monday, May 6 top Navy ToContinued

1930 Singspiration Chap-
lain's Office, NATTCenter. Safely Rules Taught ( from Page 1))

Tuesday, May 7 category, the average Navy man

2000 Bible Study Group, All G. y 'ky rauZ wyxs: r xi 5...+ 'i : At NAS NurserySgt. is a type any commanding officer
Saint's.' $ / : I would welcome into his comman'd.
O. P. McCulley from the
.
Thursday, May 9 .
Jax Police Academy visited the
1515 Youth Choir Under the new systemen-
nine
ages the NAS Jax nursery last week
and over, small chapel. with a mobile traffic light and listed personnel are rated according -

1915 All Saint's Chapel re- 'the incidental police equipmentthat to professional performance

hearsal, All Saint's. goes with it and entertainedthe military behavior, leader-

ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL children in 'a most informative ship and supervisory ability, military

Schedule of Masses manner. appearance and adaptability.

Sunday,May 5 Sgt. McCulley remained about .
1 0630 Naval Hospital. Only about four percent wouldbe
two hours visiting the various
f
0800 age tagged as "inadequate and
0900, 1000 St. Edward's
in the
groups nursery teaching "
Chapel. needing constant supervision,
safety rules to the children.
three
percent would be rated
Daily Sgt. McCulley visits the various
0(520( St. Edward's Chapel. 2.0, and one percent would geta
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Jacksonville schools,
nurserys low 1.0.
0615 NATTCenter, Building CHESS CHAMP CONCENTRATES Raymond Reedy, AEC, and hospitals two days a week to .,
5C3, Tue. & Fri.Confessions instructor at Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenter.
pass along safety rules in a A big link of anchor
looks chain for
: over the chess board as he attempts to figure out his next
move. Reedy defeated manner' in which they will best the USS Forrestal
J830-2000 St. Edward's. Jim Saures, of Naval Air Weapons System weighs 360
Sat-
School, in the finals of the NATTCenter chess tournament. be accepted. pounds.G'JI .
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