Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Open House


Here May 18

VOL-15 No. 5 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla 9 May 1957

Armed Forces Day on May
;.. ::4! 18, the day set aside when the

? nation salutes the Armed

'. Forces of the United States, -
h *.,, '3 'i will be highlighted locally by;
\ *. }C}':.+s:};;:,, ,, a. 'a." v.F an Open House celebration at
; : :.; =. : W b"Y ..
}: ,
} & the Naval Air Station.
;#;;;0:., ': ; ) : .t, a. ,. xl ::p, v'fi .; Y Y;:
h& ) ? A } Open house will be held 1230
+. 3 yF' ,,ad .'a yd t or v X,P *,,1YS.q
to 1700, with the public cordially
:s01k's a P v Invited to view static displaysand

.. a.. 'dry.; .. k0. ':H 4 ,;jj:1, various demonstrations by
all Armed Forces to be held in

Hangar 113 and vicinity.

). A:3. + Y,. AGAIN AS IN the past, sloganfor
d .
} the eighth annual Armed

: ; '. ', forces Day will be "Power for
t "
., Mi.v !\ : ''. -;: .. : 1 ..... 'v, Peace." Missing from this year's
= :' : ; :> ', ',=\.h' : t;::, ;:: .: : > ,: i; : :>, ., iI': :
f < : : ." program will be the annual
.>i>>f" .. 't."
!fir h: H' '" .J-- downtown parade.
Observance of Armed Forces
,. '",.,," 1 Day affords citizens the opportunity .

to become better acquaintedwith
all the Armed Forces and

also provides an opportunity for
the public to show its respect and

? M Z ,/ appreciation for the "Defendersof
.r 1 n 1

TilE STATIC display ot NAS

/ Jax will include some 26 aircraft
9 HkM.
from the Navy, Marine and Air
Y Force; Army artillery pieces;

equipment used by all Armed

Forces; and booths arranged by
various departments of the Sta-

(Please turn to Pace 8, Col. 1)

a Navy ReliefContributions]

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MIGHTY FLEET AT MAYFORT The importance of NAAS Mayport\ and Jacksonville as a Are
FLEET 77VACTION naval center was never more manifested than last Saturday and Sunday when 14 ships visited the VoluntaryThe :
carrier basin. The ships, Including three aircraft carriers, participated In training exercises off May
port for the benefit of SO Industrial and business leaders comprising the Joint Civilian Orientation Navy Relief fund raising -
OFF Conference Visible in this picture are the USS Randolph (left); guided missile cruiser USS Boston drive in
(center); USS Antietam (right foreground) and destroyer H. J. Ellison' (right) currently prog
ress and which will be conducted

MAYPORT Navy Discloses Promotions until June 6, will be
Sullivan TV Show operated as all other campaigns

NAAS and the within the federal establishment
Mayport area
off its shores in the Atlanticwas February Exams Results Highlights Navy -on a "truly vol.

the scene last Saturdayand Talent untary" basis.'Contributors .
Sunday of the biggest SundayTV to the campaign,

concentration of warshipsever Show 442 AdvancedResults viewers are reminded to which solicits funds from mili

seen in the Jacksonvillearea. look in on the Ed Sullivan tary personnel, can give cash donations
Some 14 ships were in- or if they wish, can exercise .
clud'rlln the parade of U. S. of the February examinations rating take effect June 16, Show Sunday May 12 at 1900 their option to keep their:

naval might. ; for advancement in while those who were ad. (WMBR-TV, Channel 4)) which gifts confidential. The latter will

Occasion for the visit of the rate were released last week vanced to E-7 will be pro- will feature an All-Star Navy be permitted to place their con.
and NAS and NATTCenter
huge task force of the U. S.Navy's at advanced moted in five Increments, with cast of performers. tributions in sealed envelopes
Carrier Division Two some persons were the first taking place in Juneof which are to remain unopeneduntil
Comprising the show will be
in rate out of the 989
commanded by Rear Adm. C. II. this year and the last in received by an authorized
who took the exams. the best talent in the Navy,
Duerfeldt, was the fleet train. January, 1958. agent of the Society.
> among whom is Emmett Rodi- ALL SOLICITATIONS in the
ing exercises conducted for the At NATTCenter, can.
benefit of 80 of the nation's top didates took the test for ad AO School Honors fer, AN, of VFP-62, NAS Jax, drive should be conducted
business and industrial leaders vancement to E-7 and 152 master pantomimist who will through the medium of key men

who are taking part this.year in passed the examinations. Of Gained By Hauscr he making his third appear- who do not occupy supervisory
the annual Joint Civilian Orientation the personnel who passed, 104 ance on the program.'VEEKEND positions over those solicited. All
Cruise. have been notified of the advancement James Hauscr, AOAN, was the contributions received, including
thus far. honor student of last week's sealed envelopes, should be passed
SHIPS the carrier TIDE
graduating class at Aviation Ord- through established channels to
division began arriving Fridayand At NAS, of the 198 who took nanceman's School Class A at HIGH LOW the unit chairman concerned ((01'
Saturday of last week. Included the for E-7 119 passed
exam NATTCenter.
AM PM AM PM unit treasurer, where one has
in the group were the carriers and 110 were rated. Hauser, who entered the Navyin been designated), and thence delivered -
USS Randolph, USS Franklin Fri. 4:35: 5:10 10:42: 11:22:
September, 1956, has been assigned to: President, Jackson
Candidates for grades E-4, 5
D. Roosevelt, and USS Antie- Sat. 5:33: 6:05: 11:33:
to NAS Barbers Point, ville Auxiliary, Navy Relief So-
and 6 numbered 276 at
tam; guided missile cruiser USS Hawaii. Sun. 6:27: 6:55: 12:15: 12:22:
(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)
Boston; submarine USS Tigroneand Center, with 180 passing and
guided missile submarineUSS 118 advanced. At NAS, 282

Destroyer Barbero Divisio; four 41.USS destroyers Gear of took ing three the exam pay grades for the with remain 148 II Jax Small Business Benefits From (Navy Construction | 1

ing, USS R. II. McCard, USS passing and 92 rated.
Voeglgesanft and USS H. J. Ellison Those who were advanced to Just how much Jacksonvillearea of construction at NAS Jax, at $19,997; a retractable fender
small business benefits some contracts are awarded directly system, at NAAS Mayport,
; and four destroyers of E-4, 5 or 6 will have their
Destroyer Division i 342-USS from Navy construction is revealed -i by the Navy, while others awarded to O'Laughlin and Han-

Remey, USS C. Young, USS.Wab- in figures released yes- :are sub-contracts let out by sen, Inc., at $14,890; repair and
leigh, and USS Monssen. MDB AssessmentsMutual terday by the Naval Air Sta large out-of-state outfits. But alterations to station facilities,

Death Benefit Society tion. .however, Capt. Curtis points out, NAAS Mayport, to B. B. McCor-
Members of the JCOC boardedthe members are requested to make Based on construction in the small business-categorized by mlck and Sons, Inc., at $202,162;
carrier Roosevelt Friday and Jax area started or completedover the Navy as firms employing under relocation of an electronics shopat }
Saturday and observed fleet operations payment of a double assessment, the three the
past years, 500-gets its share. NAS Jacksonville, awarded to
off the Florida Coast No. 77 and 78, by May 21. survey shows an average $4 million DIRECT'CONTRACTS awardedin McClure Electric Co., at $31,693;

Saturday and Sunday. 4 has been spent annually, April alone totaled nearly replacement of a fuel line from

SHIPS OF Carrier Division BC-BS Payments Due with 35 small business contrac- $352,000. the loading stand at NAS Jack

Two rendezvoused off Mayportsome tors of Duval County getting These included construction of sonville to the fuel storage area,
Blue Cross-Blue Shield
60 or 70 miles out to sea members about 90 percent of the work. radar bombing facilities at NAS awarded to T. Herndon, at

for their maneuvers. During the are_ reminded that monthly ACCORDING to Capt. Ira N. Jacksonville, awarded to Dixie $23,697; and alterations to the

(Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 5) payments are due May 13-14. Curtis, resident officer-in-charge. Construction Co. of Florida, Inc, (Please turn to Pace 8, Col. 5)

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 9 May 1957

Jt1 &n1ws VA-176.Scouting FAW-IL VA-35 J lax Report Area Squadrons I'I

Published every Thursday! for Nary and Marti actrvltlei at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville, Florida.Capt .
:NAS J.eksoa llla VA-17f ADR3; J. R. Romano ADR3; L. T. Administrative/Material
William S. HarrtiCowilr. ?. ...? Commanding Officer June 16 will be "A" day for ADR3 D. N. Brewer, tion of Fasron 105 p !
; at
Wyatt, Naval
: Robert H. bmlU.:: ,.. UxcuUv: Oittcer Sta.
T1..4 Alt J -ka.avill. the Thunderbolts, the "A" being AEM3; R. E. Clark, AEM3; H. L. tion, Roosevelt Roads, Fuel
Rear Adm. Delbert 5. Cornwell .?.: ...._ Commander for advancement as 24 men go up AMD W. Jones, AOU3; Rico-
Capt. 3.. S. :Ieal'Q! Jr. ,.-. -,, ... Chief of Staff Eppler, ;
FtHt Air N'i.q, 1:l..ea one rate. This represents sixty- W. J. Rill, PRM3; and S. Pala- The Inspecting party
Capt. SidneY S. Lawrence Commander four cent of those who took consisted
per of Comdr.
Congratulations T. S.
Comdr. T. S. White _.. Chltt ot SUTtOpt dino, YN3. White, chief staff
:N..I Air TetkalnU Tralad.g Ce.tw the examinations. Sand and a portable beer bar- officer as chief inspector,
Charta L. Moor. Jr. ., Commanding OffUer Passing the Chief Petty Officer four plus
Cuerdg; W Wl"e4 K. Fteckman KxccuUv: Otncerxsval AM1 and rel were featured at an all hands officers and three chief petty
A. J. Stare ,
exam were
Yospital and ball game held last officers.
Capt. Bnjamli N. Ahl Commanding Officer A. T. Elison ADI. New first class
Capt Marcy Shupp _VVV. ,..- _.. eC\IU'e OtflrarNABTU officers were C. E. Sisk, Friday at the ball park. Food was All departments of Fasron 105
ranch style by wrang- were checked to assure
Capt Norman O. Anderson _.-.. ..-, Commanding Ofticer AEI, and W. J. Scheuerman, AMI prepared cor.
Conulr. William E. Hardy ..... lGaeeutiwe Otneer officers lers Lt. Fred. W. Woessner and, rect procedures and records were
Second class petty
in. effect The
The JAX AIR NEWS |g published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. J. Jones AD2 C. R. leading chief Herwr. squadron was
. Jacksonville Florida and printed .jrumifTerelmlly with non-ap propmated fund were G. ; the found to be in excellent adminis.
at n" expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rtv. Bowlin AE2; L. R. Bell, AE2; C. The officers riding on
Nov. 1!M5. Copies are distributed; tree et chart at the Naval Air Station, the talents of the skipper trative status.
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the S. Penny AK1; R. E. Cole AM2; pitching Fasron 105
U. S. Naval Hospital.\ R. G. Carpenter, AT2; R. J Lanza Scott Cummins, won the tight supports Detachment .

Service Information fwwn...-. it. Dave Deealey ATR2; A. V. Angolia, PNA2; ; and ball game, the first of a series of Alfa of Patrol Squadron 18
Managing Editor Andrew II. Plaaey at Roosevelt Roads.
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack W. L. West SD2. monthly affairs. .
Holmes PHI; Lynn Wrldman. J03; JOb label JOSN; Ben S'tat: SA; C *
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer Jane Moore. PU3. : Men advancing to their first VA-35
Tile JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service rate wen G. G. Carpenter, FAW-11
AFPS material appearing Jn this publication may not be reprinted without Fleet Air Wing Attack Squadron 35, skippered
the written pvrmiwlun of Armed Fortes Press Service. RepublicatloB of other ADR3; A. R. Cominguez, ADR3; Members of a by Comdr. A. E. Brown
matter, except by service publications is prohibited luwut permission of E Fredrick ADR3 B. P. Percent I Eleven inspection party returnedlate flew
J. ;
J:ditor. JAX AIR NEWS. aboard the U S S Franklin D
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building Phone extension ADR3; D. M. Phipps, last Friday from a four day
Roosevelt off the
KMS. 216 or 818.1.Dependents. coast of May-

Can Receive Limited Il.. { ,,".a 15 .. riod port,of Monday carrier for operations.a two-day pe

't I. During this time, the squad

Medicare For Acute DisturbancesClarification ( t ron's ADs made a total of 345
".: '. landings,491 of which were made

of treatment to be provided for service dependents 1 I"Y' during approximately three and

suffering from acute emotional disorders has been made by the I 9'V'V: ..,'"'' '' *. '_t_2 f3V "'71. one-half hours Tuesday after

Office for Dependents' Medical Care. noon.
In explaining the area coveredby PP On their return Tuesday, all 23
emotional disorders elude the following: : II of VA-35 pilots had day-qualified
acute ,
1. When the serviceman
Maj. Gen. Paul I. Robinson, Ex- quires time to return from overseas .) I in carrier landing operations, being -
ecutive Director, pointed out that the first squadron in Carrier
duty or a remote area to j
the. allows hospitalization .' Air Group 3 to do so in this current
program responsibility. ,. .' "t.jj
A' '. training cycle.
in civilian facilities only for 2. When time is needed to iron _i; ..,.. f "
Qualifying with the
serious emotional disturbancesand out agreements for state or municipal : .'d -

not for general nervous and institutions to accept the :., ..; ,
mental conditions.IN patient. -. t'.:. )" y ., '.4"'i :. 1.." mander Air Group Three. He was
'>>- .. ; ".rd0 the first Air Group Three pilot to
THE; LETTER issued by his 3. If two or three more weeks j" :r ." y' $,;"<-",-"-,_'\,' ""ii:>"" '". .

office, Gen. Robinson further (beyond the 21 days) will result complete carrier qualifications

stated that this hospitalizationwill in a cure or allow the patient to N ,:': '*- Making his first carrier landings
when the '''' with fellow pilots of VA-35
cease stage return home. 1
.t.W 7't i ( : \ y"1. was Lcdr. J. R. Constantine a
subsides.or when the sponsor arranges 4. When the diagnosis cannotbe #, '
,..." ,... ... + ,, '<'1; .....t. :*t.io.,I.' ,. .) '
; .
." i veteran of 13 Navy
for care at other than Y. <<; 1: ,,' if .y !I; ""ii..., '" over years
within the 21 .
made days. ....' '" ,i'};'.* r t'i'f .Ji., t.. ...: "
whicheveris :sr: ;"1'1" 'if-r: :-" ':'" ' ''' ,, flying in PBM's and PBY's. Lrdr
government expense, Unreasonable delay on the "f' ), '
II.: "'M .. 'P :"""' :. *.j<
Constantine entered the
earlier. sponsor's part to arrange for care ':.:.I'. 1.; ... .. '. .'dii';v.r-,.;. :! ".?'}"' :t'J"" '.''tio':''\'... ./*.. ,...., who
The judgment and decision of outside the Dependents' Medical .Jt 'Yo .:.y'" y "'".. :t. ..:. ..,{......., #.>110 "tail-hook Navy" at his own re

the attending physician will be Care program will not be con- FUEL DEPOT BOASTS SAFETY RECORD Standing quest started flying ADs regularly

relied upon to determine whenan sidered cause for extending the proudly by the safety board at entrance to the Navy Fuel Depot in October 1956, when he

acute disturbance exists and 21-day period. (AFPS) are (left to right) safety inspector C. T. Newsome of the Police joined the squadron.
when the isI I 1 Branch, and fire chief N. L. Jordan. Both men were commendedfor Aboard the carrier controlling
emergency period their efforts in enabling the Depot to the .
earn outstanding landings were landing signal officers
over. NATTC EM Lounge Secretary of the Navy Award for Achievement In Industrial VA-35.
Lt. R. I. McFarland
This does however Safety. Figures shown the board ,
not mean, on 1213 days (up to May 7))
the dependent can stay in the Closed Uiiil May 19 since the last lost time accident.occurred at the Depot have long Ltjg( ) Joe Henriquez, VF-31, and
hospital indefinitely at since surpassed those used as a basis for the 1956 calendar :year Ltjg( ) G. B. Van Valkenburg,
The NATTCenter EM Club Navy Award.

ment expense. A time limitationhas lounge, Building 593, will be VA-35.

had to be set. If confinement closed for repairs until 19.
exceeds 21 days, short extensions However, the snack May bar will Belter Rotation Seen VF-103 Pilots !r:f",:.o'f,, ;::::"/it..w." ,r...! y ::: 'I':W'

will be granted only when cer- continue to operate while re- For Career PO's ;

tain conditions are present. modeling is going on. Navy salts encrusted with Attend F8UIndoctrination If!!:

ACCORDING TO the office, ac- 15 years or more of continuoussea

ceptable reasons for which the Amelia Earhart flew an auto- duty will become a thingof

government would continue to giro to an altitude of 19,000 fee the past under the new"Seavey" _: -."" "*"AW...._: oi
pay the patient's bill would in- at Philadelphia on April 8, 1931 Thursday,May 9
program, a high The "home office" of Fighter OK
Mainside Gunfight At
Navy officer said recently.
Squadron One Hundred Three'sSonic
CROSSWORD PUZZLE Capt. E. B. Rittenhouse said Sluggers returned to NAS Corral (western color) with Kirk

ACftottI z a i" "Ie. w a further that the new rotation Cecil Field from spring training Douglas and Burt Lancaster.

-Skks) 4138ltdlcaL ,. system will abolish fears of recently NATTCenter High Lonesome
7-Earthquake sudden transfer for petty officers (color western) with John) Barry-

mountain J .: 7I I' .. and their commanding Attending Chance Vought's pilot's more, Jr., Chill Wills and Lois

11-11&.1- /I :;- officers. familiarization course for Butler. Also Boy and His Dog.

hr-srttMA IS-Pulverised rotk' : t "Seavey," shorffor Sea Duty F8U Crusaders at the Dallas, Hospital Sharkfighterscol'
In tot Tex., factory are Lcdr. :M. P. Mature .
elr.eteat Survey, is scheduled to begin or adventure) with Victor
daaoq South
11- a6 lie 1 V7l' 1f 51 its first phase in October. commanding officer of and Phyllis Jennings. Also
20OrateztIauv. V/ I VF-103, Lcdr. F. T. Stephens, Song of the Grape.
executive officer of the Sluggers
-Cry kh) Lam14Preposition J'rlday.l\byl0
2-New DI ItA I I Ih Third NuclearDrivenSub Lts. D. W. Nordberg D. B. Hal Mainside Girl Can't Help It

i ncr
23-Sating veesd The fleet's third nuclear driven I the officers is C A 'and Jayne Mansfield.
tDi1ger..leDlesIsp: rw Ii ..., .... Rutherford AOC. At
.. submarine USS Skate (SSN 578)) NATTCenterGunfight

:::!S--Night M.rtt. War !''i. : 'It : : ; yo/I'h : : i will be launched next month at The five day school is designedto OK Corral (western color) with-

:it mi* e1szl ... Groton, Conn., for pre-commis- acquaint the future pilots of I Kirk Dougl* and! Burt Lancas
::t-TMt Ie (.bb.; sioning sea trials] the Navy has supersonic Crusaders with the ter.

t-3toeeaalo Sf ie :1: announced. operation of the various hydrau', Hospital High Lonesome

4aa..ali44Oriental eases ___ .ae..r.,. Smaller than its predecessors Ke and electrical systems in the (color: western) with John Barry-
4S-A state (abbr., plane. and Lois
Jr. Chill Wills
the Nautilus and the Seawolf the more. ,
=\10" famous 'It-XUlun St-OfcvUu- Skate has one instead of Many members of the Slugger Butler. Also Boy and His Dog.
Sl.lacy -ne.1 I..Nene ...,. two first
.rII3t-Yut.... team have 11
-eepk: .a a K -,,-, .-1...., (pk) emergency diesel power plants already completedtheir Saturday May
>itryJ3 I-h&Mrkt uwleAa training. Or
lII..tall" Hollywood
Returning this Mainside
.... Alton. .. =perleAa0tabbwA and improved design atomic
-I 01 u. .. > ..,... -. o.tla. week to Dean
tlnvU'tl ) 4 nam. .. power package. their home field after Bust (color comedy with
't-T....e. t-3htaHte I5-PoeDl completing,three week of Lewis. Also
seasMoNa training Martin and
..._a. S -EdtMc aesaow' The 578 ia the third submarine Jerry
DOWIWu_ matter' S7-Katlveg' e&.I. U-BDce.... in their specialties were J. It Little Audrey.
$'-IasIIaeE Mitet.l If name Skate. The
ev.h. a.rvlae ...... .w&J'' t -)Mai '. came tt--.e"\W7 ....... was launched. in first Camp, AMC; M. (n) Waters, NATTCenter Girl Can't HelpIt
z-limed .... ....mmmc. at-Bftt.. wed"-o& .....ief took 1912. The second AMC; G. A. Jernigan,AMI; H. G. (color musical) with Tom
Amrkn in
... seven battle
:1-P lk 1t-1Sa.,... of mrra t.UIll't.wllo. Kirkman AMI; J. Boniface, Ewell and Jayne Mansfield.
1-7.... name of ..... W-r.4l.. t1-E eeAtnafMt patrols in the Pacific during ADC; J. C. H.rbtr AD; K. P. Hospital Gunfight At OK .
WWII and
(Answer t*Panic sit Page Twe) stars sinking earned 10 Japanese eight battle Dahlstrom ADZ E. W. Galbraith, Corral (western color:) with Burt
ships. AD2; and W. (n) Mabry, AD2. Lancaster and Kirk Douglas.



9 May 1957 JAX AIR .NEWS Page 3

Mom Day Sunday ll

Gov't.Cordiner Nixes I Gifts. Verse Express Love To MothersMother's I

Day is tt aside III I SALTY HUMOR FROM

Pay BoostThe For mothers just like you, sender and home, or are enclosed I THEREA
Mothers who arc very trw with a gift and handed to loved

man holding the purse And mean a whole lot,too. ones in person. tenant called down to the

strings declares that this is no And truly this it the reason why Although the verse carrying. apartment below where a party,

time to put the Cordiner Com- This message comes your way. the thought behind the gift is was" going on:

mittee pay proposals into effect To bring you love and wish you dear, often brief and a trifle corny, it "If you dcmt stop playing that

military or civilian. A most happy Mother's Day, .. actually symbolizes a deep love saxophone, I'll go crazy.**
But Defense Secretary for a woman who has mothered "I guess it's too late," came

Charles E. Wilson denies any children thiough to maturity, or the reply, "I stopped an hour:

intention to throw the payrecommendations Once a year sons and daughters and carefully select a card bearing who is just beginning this tre agO."
and once in a while,, husbands mendous .
over the side,, sentiments similar to those
despite the cold water dashed spend a few tbouthfallminutes above. Setting aside a special day for A thief ripped several pager

on the proposals by Bureau of before the card racks These cards are mailed to remembrance purposes is a good from a library book and left this

the Budget. displaying: Mother' Day cards the distance between idea. Mothers love itt! note: "I could've stolen the whole

Wilson acknowledged that he bridge ..._ .._ -. .----- .- book"

was not as optimistic as he had NAS Man\ Heads .

been in getting.a pay bill enacted Many was living in her own

this year. However, he For Purdue Univ. r apartment and her mother wax:

said he was still "working on worried about her. One day she-
Frank II. Taylor, AG1, of NAS
the j>roblem" to sec how much called Mary up and said:
Aerological office has been selected
can be implemented this year "Dear I've heard that you were
as a principal
.- and how much can be introduced out with a man last night Now,
for the 1957 Navy Enlisted Advanced -
in 1058. remember, don't ever invite t
School Program.
Pay raises for federal em- man to your apartment. You
Taylor will depart Jacksonville
ployees are likewise bogged know how those things worry
for a nine week orientationcourse
down, although employee lead- me.
at the Bainbridge, Md.,
ers are refusing to give up the "Oh, don't get upset," Mary
Naval School late
fight and are waging an active said "I went to his apartment.Let .
this month.
campaign to obtain their ob- r his mother worry."
jectives. It is estimated that On successful completion, he .
will begin college at Purdue
present classified and postal They were out at sea. The ship

pay bills before Congress University. was rocking and rolling ins bad
Taylor, 23, entered the NaIn
would cost an additional $2 } k, v storm. One passenger got sick
Ohio in 1951.Homecoming.
billion a year.'Reapers'. Akron and soon he was leaning over the
-----." a
rail on the upper deck. The cap-

Set tain came along and said:

Set 'Tm sorry, my good man, but
you cannot get sick here.
At Great LakesThe lX. tll r '.l* .i
The passenger regarded 1h*
Marks During MOTHERS TO BE REMEMBERED -Next Sunday U Mother's' captain a moment and said:
nation's biggest homecoming Day, and the Mainside Navy Exchange Is currently doing a brisk "Watchl"!
will be held at Great Lakes trade hi cards and gifts 'to commemorate the occasion. James .
FDR CruiseFighter Chambers AN (center), and Robert H. Hard In, AN (right), both
Naval Training Center for two of VW-4's Hurricane Hunters were seen by the camera's eye at the A navy recruit lost his rifle

Squadron 101 boardedthe million alumni in a summerlongseries Exchange: jewelry counter looking1 at possible gifts. Sales girl and when told he would have to
of events. Marie- Long- awaits their decision. Marlin halls from Weatherford,
USS Roosevelt for carrier Tex. Chambers planned .. spend this special day with his mother' pay for it protested."Suppose .
June 1
Starting the huge recruit -
qualifications recently, flying the la Bishop, Ga., his first such. opportunity in six ,eus. I was driving a navy
training center will stage a ;jeep and somebody stole it, 'wouldI

F4D-1 Skyray. Although the weekly graduation salute to mid- Talent To Rub Elbows With have to pay for that too"

"Reapers" were the stand-by western and southern states furnishing Navy He was informed tersely thai

squadron, they made a big impression the major share of he would have to pay for all gov

by qualifying the entire trainees to the base. Stars In Cerebral Palsy Telethon ernment property lost

Special visitor attractions will "Now," the recruit declared "I 1
squadron in three days. be on view daily during the Naval personnel who wish to lend their talents to the 16-hour know why the captain always,

Considering the fact that 85% homecoming. An exhibit hall has Telethon, which will be aired over WMBR-TV, Saturday, May 25, goes down with his Bhin."

of the group had never operatedjet been prepared to depict the storyof for cerebral palsy can volunteer their services. ---- ...----
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aircraft off a carrier, the ships from coal to atom power, Hal March, star ol the 64OOO 40 entertainers will during
squadron feels proud of the factit the history of Naval aviation and Question, will head a group: of the Telethon in an appear effort to You'll Benefit By

was the first AirLant outfit to the life of sailors at sea. radio, television, stage and screen raise $125,000 to 1his
completely qualify 'with the Sky. Other displays will include the stars, plus many great stars of work in the ,
baseball, football. and other ath- fight against Membership In
ray."First Navy's Sparrow, Sidewinder and cerebral palsy.Auditions .
to qualify" honors wentto Rcgulus guided missiles, and the letes who will take part in the

Ltjg( ) Robert Hanft, VF-101 latest carrier-based aircraft. show to raise funds t$ aid cere- for Navy personnelwill Naval InstituteAn

LSO, who indicated he practices I bral palsy victims. be held aboard the Stationon

what he preaches. Comdr. E. H. The first test-flight for Pan- March, as master of ceremonies, May 20, location to be announced important facet of the

'English, Jr., Commander Air American Airways trans-Pacific will be aided by George Dewitt later, and anyone with Naval service, the U, S. Naval

Task Group 201, added to the commercial air service was madeon who starred on a recent Ed Sulli-; talent, whether it be singing, Institute, is currently open for

"Grim Reapers" score by qualifying April 16.17,1035. vah show. Captain Kangaroo will dancing or what have you, is invited membership

in a VF-101 aircraft. be on hand to entertain the i to try out for this big show. The Institute is a valuable asset

Comdr. Robert Witmer, squadron Pasteurizing, homogenzing, bottling youngsters Jack Dempsey and Further information may be for all its members. It is the

commanding officer, voiced cooling and delivery account Joe DiMaggio will talk to baseball obtained by calling. United Cere Navy's own professional society

the thanks of all pilots when he for more than half the and fight fans.It bral Palsy headquarters, EX which provides a forum and

expressed sincere appreciation in price of a quart of milk. is expected that as many as 82130. sounding board for its membersand

"well done" to the maintenancecrew _._-- .- ..-..... -.-. ,_.... ..- outstanding military writers
under the direction of Naval Lab Picks in the world today.It .
Up also informs the
Herschell Morrison, 'ADC. general public -

VF-101 completed the cruise Jupiter's SignalsNaval of what the Navy is thinkingand

with a perfect safety record, including doing
no blown tires. E Research Laboratory The Naval Institute Proceedings -

I 6'r scientists in Washington D. C. a modem, slick-paper book-
have measured radio radiation let, is published monthly for all

Center Pistol Team signals from the planet Jupiter. members.

Radio astronomers first de- Regular membership in the Institute -

Places At MemphisUsing \ tected the signals last May when is available to all officersof

& borrowed ammunition, ic 'A the planet was 505 million miles Coast the Guard.Navy, Marine Corps and

the newly-organized NATTCenter from earth and again last month
I' :1 f '11t r All enlisted personnel of the
pistol team took second place : when it 'was 416 million miles
same branches of the service
honors in the Chief of Naval Air away. are
eligible for associate member-
Technical Training team matches, Largest in our -solar system,
ri ships. Also this
May 1-3, at Memphis, Tenn. Jupiter is -the third planet from same type of

With entries from XI: Centro, which high frequency radio membership is available to reserve -
officers of the Naval
Calif. Norman, Okla, Lakehurst, waves have been measured by services -
and to( officers of the Army
N. J., and Glynco, Ca, NATT ; V NRL astronomers The others and
Air Force and
to U. S. citi-
Center sharpshooters Roland Venus and Mars, were measuredlast
.. in civil
rens life, at home and
Stage Walter Bowen, John Davis, : year using the same 50-foot abroad.

and Marshall Pryor captured 7th radio-telescope at the Research
.._..........:.:.'-.. ... --- .......... --. The objective of the Institute
2th, 9th and 11th places respectively Laboratory.
TWINS TO COLLEGE Twin brothers Glen (left) and Gene is. The advancement of professional
in cal. meet
the .45
Michael beam happily as they receive word from Capt. Charles L. of Jupiter's great sand literary and scientific
Lt. George A. Thornton of the Moore ceamandinc officer of NATTCenter, that they have qualified despite the long distance the knowledge in the Navy.

Naval Air Weapons Systems for the Naval Enlisted Advance School rrorram. The brothers power of the alnatrecei ed Applications are available
who have Veen attending. Aviation Etertrieiaa's Mate School Class now
team captain also led was nearly twice
School M
strong as at the Service Information Office
B at the Center, will attend rordnc University for two years tostndy ,
his team to 6th place in the .%2 those coming from Man, scientists NAS Jar
enrteeerlng, return to the fleet for fear years, then go back Building Due Rooml23t.
cal. matches. to Purdue to complete work: for a degree. said. (ATP8). \ .

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II i It NEWS 9 May 1957
t Page 4 JAX AIR -

t Learn Your Telephone Manners'
\ I

I t I Your Desk Telephone Is Effective Means

I. : Of Creating Good (Or Bad) Relations

The phrase "public relations those seeking "official" calls on it was night at the time. And a
I is an all-hands job" is often "lonesome widow not interestedin
heard but fail to real- restricted lines, which prove to
many matrimony but in knowing an
ize its truthparticularlythose be wholly unofficial, or lazily unattached officer" was con-

with a ready-made opportunity calling the operator instead of nected at once with a bachelor ?

reach.to practice it atarm's dialing 9 for an outside line. chaplain. i1dI ;;:::7

TilE ..OPERATORS are fre All in all, the telephone is a
The desk telephone Is one of the and who a' I Ai
quently blamed for obeying reg- magical thing, everyone
most common means of communication -
ulations which they had no partin has the duty of using it should
and most effective in
making, or for laziness when check telephone technique peri-
establishing good (or bad) rela-
they report a number is busy or odically, and ask: "Do I fully
tions with the outside
public, or
restricted. "Actually, it is much realize the importance to my department
even between departments or easier to ring a number than re- of the way 1 use the
departmental divisions. But like
port it is busy or restricted, but telephone; and do I answer '
any instrument, it requires skill don't understandthat. promptly? immediately identify i-
lots of callers ; ,
to get the best results. officeas ,
." myself and my position or
WHAT SORT OF skill is required Some of the calls have their appropriate?; check my accuracy OPERATORS MUST BE AT THEIR BEST Edith Brooks
to use the telephone? According humorous side. A caller, for instance and completeness of noted (right), supervisor, watches (left to right) Georgia Gardner, Irene
to a course in telephone the details with the caller?; answer Monroe and Frances Dowling operate the switchboard in the tele I
phone office located in the Administration Building NAS Jai, Just
etiquette given for Station personnel tery"'1Ie was put through to the and apologize when I dial the to be sure they make no slip-ups in completing calls The weirdness .
several years ago by Industrial Dispensary. Another asked for wrong number?; and sound pleas- of some incoming calls leaves ample room for innocent error

Relations training division the "Officer of the Night," since ant and Cheerful?" -

considerable skill is needed. ......,... ... ... .. ,........u.......__. '_ !...._.-,...,.-..-. 250 GraduatesAt
Industrial Relations Departmentis Blue Angels Now
considering repeating the
course for new employees ot the fyA AGO SchoolGraduation Flying 'Tigercat'

first opening in the tight training
schedule IRD conducts. exercises were held The Navy's famed 'Blue\

The first few words spoken on last Tuesday for 250 Ensigns of Angels" are now flying the

the telephones can set the whole Aviation Ground Officers Schoolat faster-than-sound F11F jtt

pattern of the conversation. You NATTCentcr. "Tigercat," which have re-

should stress courtesy ("can I 't.;. Giving a graduation speech on placed the F9F Cougars.

help you, sir?", NOT "whadda ya Monday at King Hall, Comdr. 11.F The precision flying Angels,
want?"); voice modulation \ Badger, former commanding will perform for the first time

("don't blast the listener out of ..:'k officer' of Air Task Group 202, in public with the Tigercats

his chair!"); and patience, aboveall addressed the class on the subjectof during the Atlantic Fleet's air

patience with those not sure .. .. "Present and Future Develop- show at the International
2 4
of the office they want, or who ment of Carrier Aviation." Naval Review in Hampton

become angered by their frustra- Lcdr. Benjamin E. Colkitt Jr., Roads, Va., in mid-June.

tion.When Training Officer of the school, The four man flying unit is
answering a call, one presented certificates of gradua- o
led by Comdr. Ed Honey, 36,
should always give one's name tion to the class.
and position and not just bellow pu.._________._ .....,. ._ of Aiken, S. C. Other members
Honor man of the class was are Ltjg) Robert Rasmussen,
"Hello!" into the receiver. In 'BE PLEASANT "Just pretend you are on television. That
Ensign James L. Dorsey. Recog- 26, of Rio Vista, Calif., right
Hill of
making a call, know what you assure you a pleasant telephone personalityJeanne Rob-
want to before erts (left), newly employed clerk-typist, passes a telephone eti- nition honor men were Ensigns wingman ; Lt. Sheldon
say you try to say quette test with flying colors under direction of Marie Dieckhaus, William Dirk and James Baker. Schwartz, 25, Minneapolis,
it. Speak clearly, don't mumble. secretary to the Industrial Relations Officer.
Sixty-five Ensigns have been Minn., left wingman; and Lt.
keep a pad and pencil con
venient for notes. ordered to report to AGO School Nello Pierozzi, 32, Hudson,

Don't annoy the caller with a Aircraft Manufacturers Claim for the class convening May 13. Mass., "tail end Charlie."

blunt "Who's calling?" if he'fails Avco Manufacturing Corp., North Organized here at NAS Jax

to identify himself right American Aviation, Aerojet General in 1946, the Blue Angels have
Plans For To MoonIt's.a flown in succession the F6F
away. It is always simple to find Flight ], General Electric, General
out by polite methods. Be tactful. Motors, Burroughs Corp., Sperry- Hellcat, F9F Bearcat, F9F

ALL THE GRIPES, however, little too soon to make plans for settling on Mars, but air- Rand, Bell Telephone Laboratories Panther and Cougar, and now

are not registered with telephoneusers. craft manufacturers, with the help of the Defense Department, have and American Bosch. the F11F.
The telephone swithboard it in mind.
Most of them are getting their
operators have a few of their Given adequate funds, they
own, too.Their claim, a vehicle capable of takinga its Aeronutronic Systems sub- experience on military missile Tour
contracts. As soon instru Summer
number one problem, according man around the moon couldbe sidiary, is spending about $300 mented
missiles are out in ,
to Edith Brooks, super designed and flown within 10 000 a year on problems directlyor then space
visor, is improper flashing whena years. Actual layout for manned indirectly concerned with I animals aboard will be ones launched.with Planned ForMidshipmcll
call needs to be switched. Too and unmanned space vehicles are
space flight. Other companies Those carrying people will come
rapid flashing fails to I
light up already being prepared by Con- last.
the switchboard at all. The flash vair, which is spending $100,000a working more or less directly on l

signal should be given slowly year investigating the problemof the problems are Lockheed Air>. THE TWO FACTORS in space Plans for three summer cruisefor

and deliberately.A space travel. craft Corp.; Douglas Aircraft flight are technical feasibilityand nearly 6,000 Naval Academyand

second problem is created by FORD MOTOR CO., through Co., Systems Laboratories Corp., economic feasibility. The NROTC midshipmen have
whole program at present wouldrun been announced by the Navy.
to about $15 billion, and "Cruise Alfa" will start June

from the economic standpoint 8 and end Aug. 5 with 1,803
would require Defense Depart- Academy midshipmen leaving

ment sponsorship.To Annapolis, Md., aboard the bat
date an Army missile tleship Iowa, the cruisers North-

launched 3,000 miles "downrangc" ampton, Macon and Canberra and
last September Is re- 12 destroyers.

ported to have gone up between They will take part in the International

... 400 and 600 miles, the latter being Naval Review at
z beyond the blanket Of atmosphere Hampton, Roads during the

.t enveloping the earth. Before Jamestown Festival, June 12.
long this will be duplicated I The second training tour,

by the Air Force's two intercon- "Cruise Bravo," running from

tinental ballistic missiles, the June 10 to Aug. 5, will take 2,085
w Atlas and the Titan. The first NROTC midshipmen aboard the

;. 4 4k sustained) flight will be that of battleship Wisconsin, the cruisers

the earth satellite expected to be Boston and Albany, and eight
? launched late this year or early destroyers.

1958. I They, too, will take part in Vir-
The four problems that must ginia's 250th anniversary naval
0 9 s Y.1. s 2U be solved before cargo or pas- review at Hampton Roads.

senger carrying space flight can "Cruise Charlie," with 1,120( I
,. be achieved are fuel for suffi NROTC midshipmen sailing from

cient power, sustaining life in Norfolk on July 8 aboard the
space, bringing the space ship Cruiser Des Moines and 12 destroyers -
back in space and landing on ; will take the sea-going
NEW 1000 MFII CLUB MEMBERS Fighter Squadron 32, based at NAS Cecil Field, recently earth.A ) Canada.
added ten new members to the exclusive 1000 Mile-Per-Hour Club. They students to Quebec,
are, front row (left to fifth problem-that of .
right) Lcdr. Roy Johnson, Lt. Billy Phillips, Comdr. Gordon Buhrer, Lcdr. Don Bedsole and LtJg( ) ble collision possi- card
Robert Nork. Rear, Ltj( ) James Allen, Lt. John Glore, Lt. Howard Rutledge, Ltjg( ) Marvin Me- with a meteorite Clerk: "Here's a pretty
Canna and Lt. David Davison. In order to qualify for the "One Grand Club," as it is called, the pilots in the words of the scientists with a lovely sentiment: 'To the
had to reach a speed of 1000 miles-per-hour In level flight. VF-32 pilots are reaching qualifying "would result in a nasty accident only girl I ever loved."
speeds dailY as they pilot their F8U-1'Crusader Jet fighters In the Jacksonville area. indeed." Sailor: "Good, I'll take a dozen.I ."

... H ._ _'W'_' _.''''' ...._ _.__. -"

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9 May 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

527 t 'y f rt New 'Dual Pay'

ByVF"31 t Law ProposalGets

In One CS AiringA

If the pilots draft of proposed legislation

Squadron 31 which would throw government

tle more than /c jobs open to all retired officer,

good reason. except regular admirals and generals -
During March has been prepared by officials -

lix, the Cat" :viqb\s of the Civil Service Com-
the first fleet mission in Washington.

F3H-2N Demon Under the proposed plans, except -
" for the generals and admirals -

rier. A grand I current dual pay and dual

was achieved.Of pill office restrictions would be wipedout. .

this total, .
night-time Other ranks would not only be

cant figure in free! to work for the government,
that VF-31 Is but could draw their whole retired -

fighter squadron.The pay as well. That is, the
dual pay restrictions of the 1932

accentuated by ..... ----------.. -. .... ....-.----- ........mnn---.. ...-w........,.. _,..,..:..,..w "y. .....,.....",........_ 9 ...--"''"'"'''''"' .. act would be wholly repealed.

ing the period SPANISH MIDDIES AT NAS Some 56 midshipmen of the Spanish Navy sailing aboard the Further, no retired regular officer -
ord was set, training ship Juan Sebastian Elcano, a four-masted! schooner, stop off ai Operations Hangar would be permitted to takea
view naval aircraft. Lt. Bill Barron, one of the hosts, shows an RID transport type aircraft to the job in civilian grade GS-13
being accepted who spent Monday morning visiting the Naval Air Station.
being .... ($11,610) or higher without a
I ""Y;: IIU : _. _
rkr special certificate from the headof
Add to this s :
CREDIT"UNIONDATA the employing agency that the
squadron had
I officer was specially needed.No .
its full
and it's not restrictions at all would be
> placed on retired Reserve officer,
stand why the my savings insured?
proud these days.The Up to $1,000 with a life even generals and admirals.
1 r y ,
squadron plan.
ashore at NAS I have an account for my
'" !
: .'

In trust with you as guardian.Do I

New Rifle you have a Christmas Club

? The Jax Navy Wives Club 186
Army's \ Not exactly, but money may be met on Wednesday evening, May

Adoption of a during the year and li At this meeting, Mrs. Marion ..

en, before Christmas. Foyda was sworn in as a full
44, for combat Payroll deduction or allotment fledged member, and Mrs. Vic

the Army's savings? Galbraith and Mrs. Walter Moore
No roll deductions but al-
arms weapons pay were introduced as prospective
for savings can be made. members.
The rifle,
Who determines dividend paid?
current New appointments were made
the earlier The members at the annual and accepted for the following

in January. chairmanships: Scrapbook Chair-

new small I How many Credit Unions In ... .. .. .. ...... .., .f. man, Mrs. Ev Walters; Pin Chair-
States? w.-.v, .,>< }KrqfANdalykOlot ...e aK r. .o.T.... 1Y. _3ts t .sx. .woa aw tYe'irk'Y'
advantages, eyeappeal.'y man, Mrs. Gerald Thompson;
Over 16,000 with over 8,000,000 SPANISH OFFICERS VISIT Commanding officer of the Points Chairmen, Mrs. Joe Broiul-
Army. four-masted Spanish Navy training ship Juan Sebastian Elcano: ,
Don Jose Ramon Is shown lette and Mrs. Donald Long.
Although only Can I put savings In Credit Capt. (de Frlgata) Gonzalez-Lopez,
of the T-44 with his reception committee and aide departing the Main Ad- Farewells were said to 'Mrs,
after I leave this station?
ministration Building following his visit with Rear Adm. DelbertS. Richard Kain, Mrs. Glen Michael,
for test purposes Yes. If you are now a member. Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Capt. WilliamS.
to request Can you withdraw your savings Harris, commanding officer of NAS Jax. Left to right are Ellis Mrs. A. Michael, and Mrs. J.
year 1959 the Credit Union anytime Fernandez, Jr.: Teodomir de Aguilar Colomer, Spanish consul Glover.
the rifle in general; Captain Gonzales-Lopez; Lt. Joaquin de la Concha, aide] Reports were given by all
want to? and Ellis Fernandez, Sr. The Elcano, with a complement of 22
Yes. But, officers, 260 men and 56 midshipmen aboard, departed yesterday chairmen, and a final report on
((1)) You lose the possibilityof after a five-day visit in Jacksonville. the Nursery Playground equipment -
and air conditioning
interest for the amount with- was

drawn. US Youth Subject Of Revealing Mrs presented*John by Damon.Nursery Chairman,

(2)) It you have a current loan
k balance in excess of shares, the Article On Career Benefits"Should The Ward Party for this month
request must be approved by will be held May 14 under the

the Credit Committee. Your Child Make a Career in the Armed Forces?" is!I supervision of Mrs. Rose Wilson,

the subject of an article being distributed to all military installation I chaplain.

world-wide in connection with the observance of Armed Forces Day,

Competes May 18.Written.

; by Adm. Arthur Radford education as possible before en: IS-Year Old Blind I ITot's
HatWing Chairman of the Joint
tering the service.
Chiefs of Staff, the story is the Sailor Dad
} "Today, the United States Is
25th in a series of advertisementsby
DerbyJacksonvillebased the New York Life Ins. Co. on confronted with the menace of Gels Navy AssistThe

of American childrento militant international Commu-
Heavy At- guidance Jacksonville-born blind
nism. This danger is apt to con-
y Squadron 3 participated, i a better future. tinue for long to son of an aviation storekeeper
with other squadrons from : SOON TO appear in a numberof years come. second class will have his
Only by remaining
Attack Wing One, in a magazines, the article describes strong can family with him when he enrolls -
derby in which Jackson- the opportunities for we preserve our freedoms. Your in the Florida State

was chosen as the "bomb young men and women in mil son and daughter can "help us School for the Blind at St.
stay strong. And free Adm.
range." itary life."Military. Radford concluded. Augustine courtesy of the

Competing in the HatWing One service is an ex- t Navy.
were the four Heavy At citing, challenging professionwith Larry Mathis, father of the
Squadrons based at NAS something in'it to interest Now 'Chulo 'Skysail1, five-year-old boy, has been

M Fla., VAH-5, V AII-?, virtually every person," Adm. given a "humanitarian" trans
H' VAII-11, and NAS Jack Radford writes. "It offers adven- Developed By NavyA fer to NAS Jacksonville in order -

VAH-3. ture, the physical fitness that new parachute that folds to allow time to get the

The event was won by VAII-5, comes from an outdoor life, and into a pack only two and a half boy settled before his shore

the prop driven North travel and! it brings you the inches thick is being developedby duty expires.
AJ "Savage." comradeship of the finest men Radioplane Co., at Van Nuys, The lad has been suffering

The Conover Trophy, named and women in America. Calif., at the direction of the 1 from glaucoma hardeningof

honor of the North American Best of all, the Services afford Naval Bureau of Aeronautics.The I the eye-ball, resulting in
pilot who lost his life in the impaired vision or blindness
young men and women excellent new 'chute, called the
remain in the since being born Dec.
-I, will posses- ever
opportunities to better them- Skysail, is designed for high
of VAH-5 until the next 24, 1951 at the Naval Hospital
selves, so that they can meet the speed bail-outs.
and will be awarded each here at Jacksonville.The .
needs of modern technology, he Its compactness was achieved
until a unit wins three elder Mathis, an ex-
through use of slotted
contests to retain the said.ADM. canopy Army veteran with 34 months'
SEDATE RADFORD pointed out which consists of connected cloth
service, came into the Navy in
Terry Moore, that the possibilities for advancement rings.
kini 1950. Mathis, currently sta-
outfits in both officer and The is
Skysail designed to descend
anti-submarine aircraft -
Past years, The tioned at NAS Alameda, Calif.,
servative Wasp, a reconverted enlisted ranks are good, and em- with 270- pounds at 22 feeta is scheduled to arrive here this
Angeles. A attack carrier, will make phasized the need for young second, and to swing less than month.r .
cloth from Terry's don't her home port. ,boys and girls to get as much 15 degrees in descent. (AFPS)

.' -- 'If II>- 1.4
e "

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> Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 9 May 1957

) '


: National :$\ k

; ____
Spike Event Week Of May I-1S :<" '

Baseball: Fliers vs. Shaw AF r'

The crack Jax Navy volleyball home, May 10.11; Fliers vs.

team is in Memphis, University, away, May 13;

Term., competing in the National VI. Hunter AFB, away, May '.

Volleyball Tourney now Softball: Crackerjax vs.

through May 11 CIa Farm, St Nicholas Park, May ;

Jax Navy, ranked ninth in the NAS Civilian Women vs. "Y" #

nation, will participate in Open a portunity House, Murray 4

competition Saturday. They entered y t May 15.Golf .

Military play yesterday, no : Jax Navy at 1$
results are available at this time. t pyjQ i Invitational Tourney through

THE MEMPHIS tournament, 12. : 1
sponsored by the U.S. VolleyballAssn. Tennis: Fliers vs. Stetson ; t 3

., will determine national r versity, away May 10.

champions in various classes. Volleyball: lax Navy at

Two lax Navy team members tional Tourney, Memphis, t.:

arc all-state players Buck Calla- through May 11.

han and W. W. Smith, manager

The Fliers placed third in the Baseball ReturnsTo
Pensacola YMCA Open Tournament

third in the All-Southern AIR
Open at Atlanta and second in S JAX Mason Field;

the Florida State event. :

THEY HAVE defeated strong ;JW9Fast Shaw AFB VisitsA

spike squads, including FSU, St. : ,
f." t + < ,./ :: '
Petersburg B team, BirminghamY :: 'fj deafening silence has pre.

Atlanta Y, Pinecastle AFB and ,527asd vailed in the Jax Navy baseball
Ft Stewart Ga. Third Army ,
picture the past week, with rain

champions.In addition to Smith and Calla- erasing four games from the

han, members of the team includeE. Flier slate.

N. Loper, H. N.. Walker, B, S. Pace NAS 12'r The Mason Field calm should

Hall B. 9. Smith, J. E. Byron, D. be broken this weekend when
R Winstead J. E. Donnelly, J.
HURLER'S HURLER Shaw AFB moves in for a two-
Last weeks leader VP-18 -
Brassfield, I, N. Meyer and T. F. is ,
Boasting intramural stand tomorrow and Satur
bowling loop gained game
McGuckin, coach.Varsity VP-18's Ed Brown Not a run
has been scored against the five points to take over the day.Flier
Patrolmen in four games. Special Services is in mentor Frank McCaffreyhas
Links Needless to say, Brown's VP-18 place with VA-172 hot on been using the recent "carne.less" .
squad leads the Mainside cir 1957.
cuit. .heels. 12 period to get a few weak

In last weeks play VF-171 11 13 spots and kinks straigthcned out
Squad Enters in club that has 11 of
feated VF-173, 3 and 1; IS a dropped
Lifeguards Needed 62 Splitters lost to : 18 17 its first 13 games.

Perisy MeetThe o and 4; Special Services 22 17 Jim Schultz, hard-hitting first

For Station PoolsWouldn't Fasron 6 "A", 3 and 1: VAH-3 22 24 I sacker, of AGO School leads
and : Flier regulars at the plate with
blanked VW-4 it, 4 0 26
Jar team has
; Navy golf
like to spenda 2 M
you the O&R Officers snowed 28 .332 stick mark. Schultz claims
entered the annual
eighth Pensa-
full day at the swimming
28 second in
spot slugging.
VW-4 Officers, 3 and 1.
cola NAS Invitational Golf Tour- pool basking in the sun and 24
nament which opened Wednesdaywith taking an occasional dip or The Waves lost by forfeit S3 30 JOE RODGERS, alternating between
a pro-am. The 72-hole medal two hospital; Operations won 2'1 second base and the hot

competition for amateurs starts You can, if you qualify, by Fasron 109, 3 and 1; 32 37 corner, holds second place in the

today, running through Sunday.Jax serving as lifeguard at one of blanked FAETU, .4 and 0; 41 32 batting race with a stealthy .325

Navy had a match Tuesdayat the Station pools this season. munications lost to VP-18, 4 44 39 average.

Pensacola NAS. Results were Actually, a guard's job is not 0 and MARTD had a 4 and 0 42 Only Rodgers, outfielder Joe

not available at press time one of peaches and cream as In Gibbon and shortstop Frank DC-
Bill Scar trough won the Invitational pointed out in the first para- NATTCenter Golf Ment have appeared in all 13

last year after finishing graph. : games

third on five occasions. However, it is one of respon- Led By AvFundThe their STRONG-ARMED Brian Hus-

The Pensacola meet conflicts sibility and is considered as the sey of Fasron 109 paces the Flier
with the Hyde Park four-ball choice duty. Extra pay is NATTCenter* Men's hill corps, holding a 1.1 record.
tourney, forcing Walt Strader, earned, also.Contact Golf League opened last headed Hussey has also seen relief workin
Dave Bruce, Scarbrough and Special Services, ext. and the pitch-and-putt men several games.In .
Lew Chaff to withdraw from the Aviation Fundamentals
593 or 512, or go by Building
quickly moved out in front. Deuces, his last outing, against
local event.
930 working day if interested -
and any School 94 a Tampa University, Hussey helpedhis
Strader Bruce were medal- AGO School 8 mates break a nine-game loss
ists in the four-ball with a 68. AK School 7>i
NavAlrWcnpi! 7 skein, twirling a nifty fireman'sjob. "
Scarbrough and Chaff had qualified SupSpllnte-is 6%,
for the championship divisionat Braves Gird For AO MarAvDet School tI 3'i in He issued only one hit in a
5 1/3 inning stint
71.FLIERS9. AK School 0 ?

Onslaught Of" ,-.n '
FARINGS ;YU-j'! : < -1 I

Player Poi. C AH II R TB RBI AV.liouxseln League LeadersThe
p 2 2 1 0 1 0 ...500WhlUon. ) j
c 6 7 S 1 6 3 .428 Jacksonville Braves face >
Owens C 3 6 2 1 2 0 ,333Ballarti g
of 2 3 1 0 2 0 ..311Schultc their stiffest opposition of the ,
Ib 8 34 13 5 19 4 .332
Rodgers, >b 13 40 13 3 IS: 6 ..325Schaplro. : season next week when they return ,i
2k 4 14 44 4 0 ..285Jloub. home for a one-week stand '
2b 1 5 2 0 2 0 .286 ,1
Gibbon If 13 39 10( 1 16 8 ..256Molnar. Mickey Owen's charges, havinga ,
1 0 1 1 ,2510IeMeni .
t p ss 11 fit 13 7 21 2 ..236LaposU. tough time getting started, face "j
Jo 10 30 61 7 3 ..2(10Saffer. the Charlotte Hornets for three ) ii 'i
ct 8 40 8 13 11 ..2(10Fields. 'j
2t 3 12 2 1 2 0 .167 straight nights starting Monday.Augusta' .
Bates lt> 4 12 2 0 2 1 .166
JankunU. p 5 12 22 2 0 .166 Tigers move on the %!4c. S ea ::1
Mlnrle, p 3 1 1 1 0 .143 local for five-game 010 :
11 scene a stay
-' Vey. ct 4 22 2 : ,, '
Hussey. S : 11 1 1,13c, Thursday through Sunday. Up to :<1 ;$ a <" '> <":1
Allen n 8 : 3 2 S 1 .115 : .4 :)J.:
Matysak. e 8 11 2 1 2 1 .122 press time, Augusta and Char- t ;
AllRood. 4 18 10 1 1 .OT lotte were one-two in Sally
Churchill.ttrf 6 20 01 0 0 .000
1 0 0 0 00 .000 League standings.Augusta :x6 rlt '
MauUby. l.Y L f3M( x P W' tFY{: "'i rMtivG ;vA'
Stone tnt 1 1 0 0 0 0 .000 I'
.. Murky p 110000.000 and lax will play
"'1'f't1eo p J 2 0 0 0 0.000'i 1 single games Thursday and Fri- 'y ; ff a rt
1 avy. p 220100.000Prayer ; R
I day nights, followed by a double- '
lluisey 5 262/1 17 17 1 1JankMuU '. header Saturday and single tilt
S S* 51 38 1 4 Sunday.All .
Mingle S 20 20 12 0 2 r 64?t 44*L
Molnar X 91/3 11 801BouxseU ', night games begin at 2000, y ,..
Fre *e I.X 4 11 1 S 0 0 1 1 except for twin bills, which get W, !Y l e a,. A

Murley Paver 18 7 10 TOO 0 1, underway at 1830. Sunday gamesare TO THE VICTORS GO THE SPOILS lax Navy's world-renowned skeet team won first place
--i I'- set for a 1500 start. in the Military Division at the Pan-American Games held recently at Dallas, Tex. Jar Navy won
Lt. Why are you studying that Servicemen will be admitted to high over-all honors In a field of 43 teams. Shown presenting the first place trophy to Capt. TTlllUm
blotter" the lax Braves ball park at reduced S. Harris, NAS Jar: commanding officer, are members of the victorious sqvad. Left to right are:
T/Srt Giles O. Boodresux, MARTD; Ledr. Norman W. Frees, Jr. vrr-cz; Ledr. William F. Vterlnr,
Chief: "Became I find it so rates upon showing 1D NAKTU, team captain; Capt. Harris; Bill Arthur, AEC, and Ken Pendergras, AEC, latter two from
absorbing." card. the 'world famous Harrieane Hunters of WM.r. -


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SLATEYorktowm 'ream Drubs

1 fZ'r Trio Of FoesAviation

Yorktowm :l1151101P. VI FAETU
Saratoga 1615 Peri. v* VP-W
o-ntUJlrlM: :WOO VFP43 va NARTU
j rpriM 1M:5: VP.1$ va KM. Ground Officers
School continued to roll along in
N..d.r.Alfcenurte Yay 11
last week by winning
1n5 FAWTUv FM. 109FAWU high gear
;Taratota 1615Hn.p : three straight games to remain
1800 VP-fi Oper.
undefeated in the NATTCenter
'TM.4.,.. Mr 14 Intramural Softball League.
Albtmirl 1615 Sp. Sr. vs Prrs. "a
Yorktown 113 VIM vi VFP- 3 The Ensigns dropped A K

Suator1515 MOO Opr.VAH-3 va viKnUrprtM FAWTUComtn.. .. ys School by a forfeit score of 7-0,

Enterprise 1M5 S.PpI7" FAETU! then went on to take the measure

W"--. Slay U of Support Splinters, 14-4, and

Albmwl 1615 J'A W.ll vt VP-18 NAWS School, 4-0.
Yorktown 1813 Pert. vg Tlp.
Saratoga 1813 NARTU vs )as 6 ZEFF LAZARUS picked up
"::JItfr rUle 1 1943!(>(0 )VW-4'.,. 109 vt vt Uoap.1JIterpr1M VP18Altxmarl both wins for AGO, while Bob

tg Naab, Jack Sipes and Dan Gifford
'hart4jr.. May 1* y. ; M
starred at the plate.
1615 FAETU vc VAH-S
Yorktown.Saratoita 1<>13 Fax.t Supply The Aviation Electricians won
Saratoga: 1945 1613 Comm.VFP-43 vt vi Sp.V1.173 Ser. k all three of their games and thus

kept at AGO's heels. They

downed AO School, 8-', NAWS,

Rod Pinney Snares 2-1, and AvFund School, 3-0.

,. ... .. .. .. . ,... ._ ..... Paul Harvey and George Sum-
,,, ,.. ." .. "
'!I'v.: ? 7..w.' ;c '' :" ':: : i<::o/ # !:;I8I.I! ;":"''W: JIIo':': :r: '!':\.w.+ : "1" $

Blind Bogey PrizeRod VFP-62 BATTER HITS FOR TWO-&ASES Charles Hudson of VFP-G2 tees off for a tw4Rtr mers supplied effective hurling

ba in a Mainside intramural Softball league contest against FAWTU last week at Altxmarle while Sparkle standouts at bat
took home first
Pinney Field. VFP-62, thanks to heavy stiokmen like Hudson, defeated FAWTU, 6-3. Catcher is Nolan Lan- included Fred Dammcycr and
prize in last week's regular weekend dry with Harold Jennings umpiring. The Jax Air News photographer was "on the ball" with this shot, Harvey.
Blind Bogey event at the sta- note how camera caught the play at the exact moment bat hit the ball.
THE SUPPORT Splinters,
tion golf course.
rained out with AvFund Schoolas

stroke Pinney handicap fired an brought 80 and his a tallyto five NAS Links Loop Brown's Trusty Wing Baffles well as losing to AGO, came

back to down AO School, 11-2.
the charmed 75.
Gels ChristenedThe Moe Mills went all the way for

Dr James Sedlacek, shooting a Mainside intramural golf Pair Of VP-18 Softball FoesEd the Splinters in the winning effort -
with 15 stroke deficit .
95, a won
loop went into action Wednesday while Marion Lee, Al Thomas -
second place honors with 80. Brown, ace hurler for VP-18, pitched two nohittersin
with 14 teams competing. and Dave Call pounded out
last week's Mainside softball competition to keep his teamon
Golf ball prizes were awardedto Results of first day matches telling blows.
winners. top of the heap, sporting an unbeaten record in four
played were not available at MAD never took the field last
press time. week won two Rained
Brown and his Patrolmen shot yet.. games._ .. _
Cracker/ax/ Civilian Teams signed up for compe- dtrVn YAW-11, 17-0, then for an 0-3 record. out with NAWS, they defeatedAO

tition to date are: VAH-3, HOWARD CLARK earned a and AK Schools by forfeit
trimmed Fasron 109, 12-0. .
Nines Idle Last WeekNo FAW-11, VFP-62 "A", VFP- 14-4 victory for FAWTU when he scores of 70.Aviation .

action held in women's 62 "B", Fasron-109, NARTU DISPENSARY, backed by the beat FAW'll for his second win. Fundamentals was also -
and ComFairJax.Also sparkling pitching of Joe Bishop, :Supply squeaked by Communications awarded a forfeit when AK
softball week
league play
with rain forcing postponementof Operations, FAWTU, blanked Hospital 3-0. then shut- 2-1, with Bob Trent on the School failed to field a team.
FAETU and out VP-16, 15-0. for the winners. NATTC IX gOFTllAIX
the Crackerjax's game with Fasron-6, Supply i mound ".* J.."*
Opportunity House in City Hospital. VP-16 squeaked by Special Fasron <6 abut out VW-4, 12-0, AGO School JO 0
Services, 9-8, with John Hones their record AK School !9 1
League competition.The i bring to 3-1. SupSpllnttrt !i 4
giving up 10 hits to gain his first Standings as of May 6. MarAvlh* 1 4
NAS Civilians were not NavAlrWrarif 4 KAvKund
scheduled last week. Florist: "You want to say it win of the season. Special Serv- vr.,,, 4 o School J 6
V F.113 2 0 AO School 1 !
ices again lost to VF-173
The civilian lassies faced the with flowers, eh? How about Dispensary ::t 1 ,I AK School 1 9
.. 'axron 6 :t 1 .
Crackerjal in a contest last nightat three dozen roses. CnnimunlcutloiM :i 1
Murray Hill Park. No resultsare Customer: "Make it a half VA1I3 Supply J J 1 tNARTU Badminton In Season

available at this time. dozen. I'm a man of few words." Classy Champ J I 2 1KAWTU Monday At Center

VP-16 1 2VFIMJ3 I The NATTCenter intramural

Of Cage Crew Operation\ ; 1 1 I 1 badminton season opens Monday,
VFP-62 In Forefront
VA-172 I 1
VW-4 I 2IIoRiiltal May 13, with all eight teams

Cops Crown KAW-ll I t 3Sprctal swinging into action.

Service! 0 3 Competition is scheduled in

Iron Man Trophy RaceVFP62 Aboard the USS Lake Cham- 1 IVrtonnH,aaron 109 I 0 0:1 3rAJtI'U : both doubles and singles events.

plain with Sixth Fleet In Med- 0 0 Squads will be limited to eight
assumed an early lead in the Spring Iron Man' iterranean-The USS Lake :' I players.All .

Trophy race at Mainside by chalking up a 1,365 point total Champlain (CVA-39)), is fast ;? games will be played in

in the recent intramural basketball campaign.The gaining a reputation as one of Rosendahl Gym, Building 513.
the least genial basketball hostsin .
Photographic Squadron received -
on Jax Navy's squad earned them Admiral Brown's Sixth Fleet.
Freelancers Score
the high total despite a
besides 250 for standings -
600 points,
third Possessors of a stunning 181season's
finish in the standings.
points and 100 participation Over Jax Bowmen
They earned 140 participationpoints record, and currently

and 600 points for having markers. enjoying a 16-game winning The Jax Navy Freelance Dow-

two men on the varsity squad in CVG-17, MAINSIDE basketball streak, the famed flattops prolific l hunters captured the roving tro-
champion, has Iron Man points basketeers most recently
completed -
addition their
to 625 markers for phy from the Jacksonville Bow-
split between VF-171, VF-173 three-game of the
"show" finish. a sweep
hunters in a five team shoot on
and VA-175. The first two hold six-team Lake Champlain Invita-
MAN POINTS are the NATTCenter range last Sun-
awarded only to teams completing 373 1/3 points while VA-175 is tional Basketball TournamentThe

right behind with 363 1/3. scored victories day.The ,
a schedule. Each individual, Champ quintet Jax Navy team finished the

up to roster limit wins 10 points Another way of getting participation over the USS Dasbiell day with a total of 2024 points '

for his team, provided they com- points, besides the men- (DD'-659)), 52-50, the USS Gatling to nose out the Bowhunters, second -

pete in at least 50% of scheduled on-roster method is to have men (DD-671)), 64-41, and the USS with 1835.

games- serving as officials in intramural Everglades (AD-24), 9071.It r1ir
Roger Wood of the Freelancers
Any unit having playingon contests. .
men took a game-ending
: ."'1 "" took first place in the Broadhead
varsity teams gets SOO:\ points The Iron Man Trophy is a goal by Bob Zawasky for the i I
handicap round with a MO, and
for the first man and 100 pointsfor semi-annual award symbolic of Champ's opening round win. ; teammate Floyd Railsback
each additional participantIt Mainside sports supremacy. It In the title contest, the Lake a tured top honors in the Wescott

was the bonus points earned must be won four straight timesto Champlain outfit's high scoring pfd handicap round posting a 41.

for placing members on the Jax be retired. combo of Norm Ross; Bill An-

Navy quintet that pushed VFP62 Softball golf and bowling will drews and Zawasky amassed' a This Sunday, the Freelancers
will hold
an intra-squad shoot
into the lead in spring competition conclude the Iron Man race for total of 98 points among them. on

for the coveted Iron the so-called spring season. the NATTCenter. .range at 1300.

Man silverware. I&OK MAX TBOPHY IITANDU.GRI Cecil Officer's Wives A motorist
'.'a"I given a $69 traffic
VWHOLDS a 35 point lead Teat .___.__....1166 5
. v F P-6 2 List Golf Two-Ban fine called out to the sentencing
over Fasron 109 in a heated battle VW-4 -.... 9fI5I
for I FMI-OB 109HoiptUl !,Jj() A mixed two-ball tournamentwill judge: "You wouldn't lend me
second place. The world- I .,. ,
the would Your Honor
famoua KAfiTU be staged at Cecil Field next money you -
-- ,031/3
'Cane Hunters pickedup VAH-3 ..-..._______ officers' wives at I! SCOREKEEPERS' DELIGHTZeff ?"
373 for finishing fifth in bas- rasroit Six 475 Sunday by the
ketball but VV-3 _- 410( the Station. Play starts at 1230 Lazarus, pJtchinr aee of lIe had to pay an extra $10 for
play earned 110 parti- VF-171 1701/3 the undefeated Aviation Ground
cipation .....113 313 1/3 and reservations may be made by contempt
points and :500\ for havinga ,,. fI3113 Officers Softball team Is mak- .
man with the varsity for a 985 Marine DeL )OS 113 calling Lt Lynn Vaughan, EV lag a lame for himself around e
point total. Otipeiuary --1/3 190 8-0521, ext. 308, or pro Fred the NATTCeaterLeague. Lazana After helping a little old lady

Fasron 109 has 950:\ points de- VP Personnel IS ....-' ::150 Ghioto EV 8-0521() ext 730. has simplified the corekeepert across a busy street a girl discovered -
task two
ky twirling
spite finishing as low as eighthin Dfr fAW-11.tk>M-._... ._..- -%g$ Work on the new Cecil Field no-hitters, blanking AK School her purse and $. bd

final hoop standings. Two men. :rfc::; ;RSupply -_-- --SOD)() clubhouse is to start immediately. and Support Splbtters. been lifted.r .

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Navy Relief : \: ; v ", ',

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iety, Naval Air Station, Jacksonille -

12, Florida.

AVAILABLE information indicates ________
that if the Jacksonville

Auxiliary is to be enabled to

meet its anticipated requirements

during the ensuing year, contributions -

fi,a 3 at the rate of one dollar
for every $100 monthly will
j be needed from each and every

With TheToastmasters officer and enlisted person on
duty in the area. This shall be

considered to be "one' fair ,
share" giving guide for use durIng -
this appeal for funds and isnot
Paul Reeves presided as Toast-
to be construed as a set goalor
master at last Tuesday's session quota.
of the Mar-Nav-Easy 7 Club
which featured speeches by Harold Although the drive is being

Fredericks, John Susman and Deducted among military personnel -
Don Muller. civilian employees and
friends of the Navy can offer contributions -
Fredericks spoke on "Higher in the same manner as INTRODUCING IAM Periodically, the lax Air News, in cooperation with Industrial Rela-
Pay for Teachers"; Susman on tions Department, will introduce via photorraphs, various recognized labor unions, organized em.
"Hope Chest" and Muller military personnel, or can donate ployee groups and employee councils aboard the Station. These organized employee groups are recognized -
; via canisters, and through other I by the Navy and offer an excellent: medium of communication between management and em
"Everchanging Concept of War." means. ployees. First in this series is this group of officers of the International Association of Machinists,
General evaluator was Fred Vin- I Naval Air Lodge No. 1630. Left to right are Thomas II in ton, treasurer; Frank Register, trustee; Lon-
son. The Navy Relief Society is a I nie Hayes,vice-president; Eugene Baker, president; George McKinney, chairman, grievance and
flvatq' organization whose pur-: i group problems committee; and George Filip, recording secretary. All are employed at the Overhaul
Bill Hall was appointed as and Repair Department.
pose is to assist, in times of need '
parliamentarian; Ed Gottlieb, to the members of the Naval service

lexicologist. George Foster was and their dependents and the dependents Traffic Courtroom Must Also MAJORITY AGAINST
voted into the club as a new of deceased members. ,

member. DRESS WHITE 't'

Robert Larson i Sa a governor, Become A Traffic ClassroomThe Sixty per cent of sailors in-
and a Mar-Nav-Easy 7 member i Boy Scouls To Bailie terviewed at NAS Jacksonville
conducted a training session of frown on the return of dress
the .Wave Softballers greatest threat to the security of the American home is not whites.
area council at the CPO Club '
May 1. the criminal or dreaded diseases but the ordinary traffic offender. One objection was that re-
for the district Arrangements were to be made held I Scout Troop 131, sponsored by These timely words were uttered by a Michigan traffic judge turn to dress whites'with blue
in Miami May 11. Delegates from NAS Ju, is earnestly prepping Judge Henry Hart, who told the_National? Safety Congress that while collar and ''cuffs would be a
polio kills 1,600 and violent criminals cause 8,500 deaths 40,000 lives
the clubs in this area .will attend : for its forthcoming game with backward step.
are sacrificed to the complacently accepted killer-the traffic of-
Another sailor interviewed
.. the Waves Crackerjax team.
fender. however, felt that a sharp
Four speakers headlined the The troop coached by A. J.
Hear what Judge Hart has to summer uniform would.
previous records, committing ordinary -
program of the Navy Civilian Baskerville DKC, NATTCcnter, help morale.
Toastmasters Tuesday night is working hard in an effort to say about it: offenses cause the majority -

with Carl McCranie, Lawton defeat the Crackerjax team "Our problems would not: disappear of the traffic toll. In my city I

Green, Ben Ballering and James which is reported to be seeking if the drunk and reckless they cause two out of three accident's Fleet

Leggett,delivering speeches. revenge following the crushing i drivers were removed from the ," he said. I
defeat it suffered in the hands of road as we would like to think THE CRIMINAL always intends I (Continued from Page 1))

McCrainie spoke "Our on 'Teachers'Salaries" the Scouts last year.A for it is a fact that those with no his acts the motorist not. exercises, observers headed by
; Green Dearest __ __
Possession"; while Ballering and u always; the criminal knows harm Murray Snyder, assistant Secre

Leggett gave their icebreakers. will result, the motorist intendsno tary of Defense for Public Information -
o1 saw the latest Navy
Rod Pinney headed a panel of harm; the criminal's act out- guided missiles climb/fter drone

evaluators which included T. A.. dIEEr 0c rages public opinion; whereas target planes and blow them to

Wilkinson Don Moran, Tom For- 47a public opinion has only recently pieces. The missile cruiser Boston

rest, and Andy Planey. Ray c,1 crystallized against the acts of launched its Terrier missileat

Datres acted as timekeeper, while traffic offenders. The sole simi- one target and a second plane

George Hyde increased the treas-" ;, "Had another dempster larity between the two is the re was destroyed by Sidewinders,
ury with his count of the "ers.
sult-injury to person and prop- Navy's top guided missile, fired
Topic master was Mike Cascone dumpster fire. erty." from a pursusing F9F Cougar jet.
with Ernie Newberg presiding as is
toastmaster.The Judge Hart said that traffic of- Also witnessed was the launchIng -
Been having altogethertoo fenders require a new kind of of a Regulus guided missileby
next meeting is scheduled )J -- courtroom. "The traffic court the submarine USS Barbero.A .

for 1930 Tuesday, May 14, at the 1 many lately. Let's all 1 room must also become a traffic "Mother Bee" pilot plane took
Cumberland Housing Community d over radio control of the
? classroom to assist, through un Regulus
Center. Civilians interested are remember that live cigar derstanding as well as through after it was launched.

urged to attend any of the week: ettes are the primary penalties the motorist in observ OTHER HIGHLIGHTS included
ly Tuesday meetings. ing traffic regulations. demonstration of refueling and

causes of this type of fire "TURNING THE courtroom resupplying of ships at sea; mass

Lodge 696 To Meet into a classroom means that the flight of jet aircraft breaking the

Regular meeting of the American Be sure that your butt court combines features of edu sound barrier; night operations

Federation of Government cation to its normal function of showing how patrol squadronscan
buckets and ash
Employees No. 696, will be held trays are enforcement. This is accom find a sub in the dark.

at the Lodge Hall 220 E. Monroe not smouldering when you plished by separate sessions for Participating in the exerciseswere
street, May 14, at 2000. traffic offenders opening court squadrons from the Jacksonville

All members of the Lodge are dispose of them, be safe- sessions for traffic classes active area.

urged to attend. participation in operating traffic The Mayport visit was the third
-5. wet them down. school and willingness to appear leg of a nine-day tour by the
.1 before social and service groupsto cross section of the nation's in-

Open House tell the court's policies regard dustrialists educators insurers
ing traffic offenders and physicians. First stop was the
(Cent from Pace 1)
Name Stamped On Book Flyleaf Pentagon; second, Quantico Marine
tion to point out their missions. Base Virginia. Final stop

Several demonstrations havebeen' Turns Into Strange CoincidenceIt Jax Small was at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.,

planned, including the use (Continued from Face 1)) where the Air Force displayed its
of a jet ejection seat in trainingand name stamped on the 111'I' turned out instead that it might.
ham radio operation. Qthe leaf of a book selected I Jiad apparently once belonged rotor blade shop Overhaul and

demonstrations are in the planning the thousands available at the to his father, Gordon Brantley, Repair Department, NAS Jacksonville (Answer to Page 2: Puzzle)
stage.A NAS Jax library was the set- Sr., now deceased who had awarded to E. C. Geis-
ting for one of life's small originally come to Jackson mer, at $54,376.CONTRACTS. D R
committee com-
coincidences recently, whena ville just a few months before under $25,000 are D D3U2 CJU5aUf13
of Navy Air
prised Army
Jax Air News reporter the big fire of 1901 which destroyed advertised and awarded by the flUJna
Forces, Marines, National Guard office of the resident officer-in- N :) aawa
checked out a 1925 publicationtitled 468 acres of the oldest
and civic leaders are planningthe ov MH3@3saa
"History of Jackson- and most populous area of the charge of construction, with oc D
which will be the
program ville, Florida." city. Members of the family casional exceptions. AU over F
only Open House in the Jax area.
Gordon Brantley was the have lived here ever since. $25,000 are advertised and
the Station will
The program at raHTjaooia H
suffice as the main effort on the name stamped in the book, and The book had been donatedto awarded by the District Public HUBS
Works Officer Sixth Naval Dis
of the here having recently met a Gordon the.Station library in 1951, 0A
\ part military on May
Charleston S. C. Contractsfor N
18. Brantley, Jr. in Jacksonville, taking six years and numerous
out of curiosity the reporter readings to finally make the architect-engineering servicesare
Capt. 1:. J. S. Young, heads the phoned to see if the book had full circle between father and governed by the same pro Charges of forgery were
Jax area planning as Armed ever been his. 'son. cedure, 'with a limiting fee of brought in a Bismarck, N. D.
Forces Day Project officer $1500. court against Elizabeth Thief.t' .


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