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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 16, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL-15. No. 6 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 16 May 1957,

Tomorrow 50 ,".". .. .. ............."......A..M '_..W. "". ........A'. ...y.....,""... .v." .."....."y"y.. .."_.,, ... .. .. y
. former civilian some employees or more of :r. '., 1 (' :\ : '?:' Saturday Program Outlined

NAS Jacksonville will cele- .f' 4i '>,."" '. 1
brate the first annual "Re 'fJ' .':':.:'Sf Wt< > '" ,
: : ,
tired v' ,
Employees' Day' as ,
of their 1 : Y. "' ) Armed Forces Day
guests erstwhile com- ,, :V.,.. '' .." :
rades still on the job. i. .' '.-........... -. -.,."J..v ,f'Z'h ,
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They will be shown a moyle ; "\. r .. ...'.. .. ,. .
.
based on the latest Navy activi- i ,r'i1 'r; ;.'''"' '. Open House SlatedThe

ties; tour the Station to see the : >1. ;, i ;
many new structures erected un- ":: ". : )

der the fast-growing expansion :j : annual tribute to the Armed Forces of the United
program of the last few years; \ s '" ,: .:k States will be spotlighted in the Jacksonville area on Armed
have lunch at the Civilian Cafeteria *w ,: ,
; Forces Day Saturday with Open House programs slated for
as guests of the Employees \ ;' the Naval Air Station, carrier Franklin I). Roosevelt and
1
Association; and spend an houror \J 9yp ,\ > : it several ships which will be in port at the time.
;, .
so just circulating around a. -
Xsr #j "" Open House at NAS Jax will
their former departments and \ "" $. : ::1 .. .... have been
Kk"JG& y ..<.." :K i .' $" work sections, chatting with old k>* l r TNI UNIItO$T "H";:::.>,:..::ftMARINE ; t. : ity from 1230 to 1700; aboard the for the activities mentioned, it is
friends and becoming acquaintedwith N', .nU4A'd'. ;: :: ..' 1>'t' 11. carrier Roosevelt at Mayport from revealed that the gates of all Installations -
new personnel. Ste .._....t.JI..P: ..t ;;!-1.2' !,.: ........ i.lU;;; ,'..,t$i.j,1i; : m 1300 to 1600; destroyer W. M. and activities will be

THE DAY was designated as OF TilE MONTH Sft. Phillip Vosberr, (deft), Wood (DDR-175)); destroyer escort open to the public. The citizenrywill
Mainslde Marine Barracks "Marine of the Month" for Is telling
April Baas (DD-424)) both of which thus be afforded ample opportunity
Retired Employees' Day by the ,
his commanding officer, Major L. J. Sartor, that pride in his
commanding officer. outfit helped him win the commendation as the Marine Corps recruiting will be tied up at the Naval Reserve to participate in the annual
poster Illustrates. Vosberg, a native of Los Angeles, Calif., Training Center, Morse St.; tribute to the men in the
Industrial Relations Department : was commended for his neatness, attitude, conduct and the ex- the mine sweeper Flamingo, at Armed Forces and their important
has sent out 130 invitationsto ample he set for other members of the guard while serving as Tcrnandina Beach; and Naval missions as "Defenders of
persons retired since 1947. corporal and sergeant of the guard "
Peace.
Station Green Cove Springs.
Some were ill some deceased and
ALTHOUGH OPEN House pro- The program at NAS Jax will
some those have within moved commuting away. distance But- Enlisted Proficiency Pay Plan feature static displays of over 23
of the latest aircraft from all

interest have in registered the event the which greatest will Exchange tolloldLuggage services, including the first Jax

be repeated every year. Put In Effect By Sec. WilsonDefense SaleThe public F11F appearance Tiger supersonic of the Grumman car'I '

As far as is known, a day to Secretary Wilson has stepped into the breach betweenthe has rier-based jet, successor to the
honor retired of the Navy Exchange pur-
employees Budget Bureau and the Cordiner Committee Pay Plan by order- F9F Cougar jet; artillery pieces;
Navy is wholly original. If interest ing into effect a proficiency pay plan for enlisted personnel of all chased luggage representing fighting equipment; heavy tanks;
spreads, it might well be services. exceptional values and all tank retrievers; radio controlled

(Pleas turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)) The Secretary also will ask stores are featuring this in a model aircraft; a model of the

Congress to pay bigger severancepay Jointly sponsored by Sen. Barry special sale now underway. earth satellite; and other combat-
Goldwater (R.Ariz.).
type material.
to reserve officers separated A large quantity of luggagehas
DuPcrs Ruling after satisfactory service because A BILL (S-2014)) carries the been purchased and is SEVERAL demonstrations are
I there is no room for them in full program of the Defense De- on the agenda. The public will
Affects E-2, E-3 senior grades. partment's blue ribbon pay available for personnel. However view, among other things, a dem-

BuPers recently announcedthat THAT IS about as far as he can panel. And a measure proposing I this luggage will not be onstration of the automatic seat

enlisted personnel in pay go at the present time. But he revision of the Career Compensa- available at sale prices after ejector, by which a pilot escapes

grade E-2 will need six monthsin has also adopted and ordered into (Please turn to rare 8, Col. 2)) present stocks are sold.HONORS from a jet. The Ham Radio Clubof
grade eight months effect three non-pay recommen- NAS Jax will set up shop to
pay or .. .., .
total service and E-3's will dations. These are more controlon !to '" '."' transmit messages to members of
;. .. :ri: 1
the Armed Forces within the
need six months in pay gradeor reenlistments "to insure that : con.

14 months total service in only those who can make a ... ',v, .;;.,.,'r.'>, tinental U.S., at the request of
order to be eligible for ad? worthwhile contribution to the ;,.". .... visitors attending Open House.
vanccment. forces are reenlisted"; "selective .. : ::: ..l.i1, Booths will be set up in Hangar

At the present time, personnel retention" of fully qualified officers ; : (Please turn to Pare 8, Col.: 5)
in pay grade E-2 need ; and more emphasis on retraining ;. ) ,
only five months total serviceto enlisted men in over- Y Second Wasp Cruise.
take the exam for promo- strength "soft" skills.
tion and those in pay grade Other legislation to revamp Completed By VA-44

E-3 become eligible for third the military pay structure has Returning this weekend to
class after six: months in pay been introduced in the Senate by PAW, y NAS Jax, Attack Squadron Forty
grade and 11 months service. Stuart Symington (D.Mo.), and Four rejoined the remainder of

its forces.

Jax Navy Wives Club 86 : After a ten day cruise on the
r USS Wasp, Commander T. J,

Brings Back SE Meet Loot (Tiger Jack) Taylor; Lt. Jack
;'
j 7I Rader; Lt. Ken Wiley; Ltjg( ) Pat

Navy Wives Club No. 86 of Jacksonville brought back three -4 Marsha; Ltjg( ) Jack Keating;
awards and several prizes from the Southeastern Regional meetingheld MM Ltjg( ) Charles Hall; Ltjg( ) Dick
last week at Charleston, South Carolina. : s'I. Cave; Ltjg( ) Charles Caricofe;

Mrs. J. II. White activities and Ltjg( ) Mike Pctrullo, and a
ton merchants and the Navy Ex .
supporting crew of thirtyfourmen
chairman of Jax Wives, was .
chosen southeastern region i SI change. completed the second In a
The SE meeting, sponsored by
queen in competition with other series of deployments on the USS
Minecraft Navy Wives Club No.
Wasp.
members for her records of accomplishment -
in club activities. 135, attracted 60 members from Earlier this m nth, Lcdr. John
The club also won the member- 14 clubs, with the Jax represen- Shuff, executive officer tt the

ship and scrap book awards, with tation numbering 12. Mrs. William _; .;n Hornets, and ten pilots returned
Reese, Club 86 member, and
from a similiar cruise aboard the
Mrs. Lonnie Harris, membership
WON BY NAVY
southeastern regional vicepresident WIVES Proudly displaying the
chairman and Mrs. Rose Wilson, the awards and prizes won at the Southeastern Regional Meeting at Wasp.
presided at
meeting,
scrapbook chairman, on hand for Charleston, S.C. are these representatives of the Navy Wives Club The operation called for a
along with Mrs. John Damon, who No. 86 of Jacksonville! J. II. White forty-eight hour
the presentations. (seated) shows off some alert during&: .
was reelected SE regional secre- of the "loot" she won for being selected as southeastern regional which the "Hornets" acted +
Mrs. White and, the club were tary-treasurer. queen for her club efforts. Mrs. Alice White (left, standing), presi us a
Fighter
dent of the club, holds the membership award Interceptor Squadron .
presented with additional gifts, Following the conference mem parchment, while
Mrs. Rose Wilson club aboard .n Antl-Submarine Car.
chaplain exhibits the scrapbook award
which donated Charles- bers
were by toured Fort Sumter. won by the club rier.'iW'IJu .


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Cream Of Navy's Talent Making --

Uniform ChangesSet I

JfI By SecNav (Tour Of Nation's Large CitiesAn



Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air Five new uniform changes I' all-star Navy review, I, 18. Omaha Nebr.'
Station Jacksonville, florid. have been approved by Sec- composed of the cream-of- 19.20. Ie Minneapolis Moines( Iowa.
Minn.
Capt. William S. Harris .. MAS, JatkiO., Commanding Officer Nav following their recom- the-crop from the All-Navy 21. Fargo, H.D.

Comdr. Robert H. Smith ,. .? .... ?., .-, ___ Executive Officer mendation by the Permanent Talent Contest, is making a 23.22. Kennewlck.Butte Montana Wash
Fleet Air Jktk..arlll. 34. Portland Or.
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Corn' 11 ,,.,,,nlj-, .__..... Commander Uniform Board. 45-cities tour in 37 states on 25. Sacramento, Calif.
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. __m_._._....._......._____ Chief of Staff The changes will be an- behalf of the Recruiting Serv- 26. Open Date (Sacramento I
]Fleet Air Vt'Ug Eleven routine 27. Fresno. Calif.
nounced
rapt. Sidney I S. Lawrence .._. CommanderComdr. officially by 28. Salt Lake City. Utah
T. S White Chief of Staff changes in the Navy uniform ice.The 29. Denver Colo.
:Naval Air T..bl..aI Tralalig Ce.tr nationwide tour is cover- X. Phoenix. Arts.
Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. Commanding Officer regulations. A majorityof 31. Albuquerque. N.M.
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman _..._..._. ,..,- Executive Officer They include: ing a 52-day period, JUNK
:Naval HonplUI the nation's larger-cities will 1. San Antonio. Texas
Capt. Denjamln N. Ahl .. Commanding Officer The dungaree jacket will no 2. Dab la*. Texas
Capt Marcy Shupp _- ..__...... Executive Officer longer be authorized for wear be visited. 3.: Little Reck. Ark.
is called 4. Open Date (Kansas City\
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ...._MABTU_...___ Commanding Officer! after July 1, 1958. The star-studded show 5.: Kansas City. Mo.
? 6. Milwaukee WIIiC.
Comdr. William E. Hardy .__._._..._.... Executive Officer! Knee length socks for wear the 1957 All-Navy Talent Review t. )

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. 'with tropical khaki and white "Shipmate Varieties." 8.9. Indianapolis:f"lJ.Y.
Ind.
Jacksonville, Horlda and printed commercially with appropriated: funds uniforms for officers and chief Although Jacksonville is not 10. Columbus Ohio
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVFXOS P-35, Rev 11.
Nov. 1-M5. Copies are distributed free of charge, at the Naval Air Station, the petty officers.A included in the show's stops, 12.: Charlotte Huntington N,.W.\C. ,
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the
U. S. Naval Hospital. new winter and summer local folks have more than a 14.13. Nashville Louisville Tenn.Ky. .

Service Information Officer,,,, ,???_..Lt. Dave Dcesley concert uniform to replace the passing interest in it, due to the 15. Oklahoma City., OkU,
Managing Editor Andrew H. Planey 16. Oklahoma City, Okla,
review of Em-
present full dress one worn by appearance in the 17. .
Open Date
Jack Miami n"acli
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton;
Holmes 1'111; Lynn Vveldman. J03; John Jstwll, JOSN; Ben Sylar SA; Navy Band members. mett Rodifcr, AN, of VFP62.Rodifer's 18.19.: Miami:: Date (Miami' 1Je4ll'h I
Beach
Kit.
1'hyllls Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore PH3. Personnel attached to out- 20. Tampa. Fla.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. pantomimicry was '21. Atlanta Ga.
AFPS material appearing' In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe standing Naval Reserve units selected as one of the Navy's 15 22. Columbia S.c.
written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service., Republication of other national 23. Richmond. Va.
matter except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of having won trophieswill best acts in the recent All-Navy 24. Washington: D.C.
Editor' JAX AIR NEWS. be authorized to wear the 25. Open Date (Wash., D.l'
Editorial! 1 offices'located Main Administration Building Phone extension} Finals at New York. )
8.146. 216 or 8164.ARMED. Navy "E" during the year fol-
demand
Because of popular ,
.
lowing the annual competition.A ,
the Jax Air News is printing a : $ fWhi
m IMPORTANT REMINDS! I specialty mark consistingof copy of the show's itinerary :.i...:..:.:.fWiWt....,.:.}......::....:..+....;.;...l. 1s
"A" centered in
the letter a .
from through closing date. : \
E tAK'fsE ylalNrIwAs now 1r
NMM-NOwI IJI diamond for aircraft carburetor -
u won MEVFoa s MAY
''Q N' s j mechanics. 18. Cincinnati Ohio vrAh.r:. '
17. St. Louis Mo.

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Thursday, May 16'

o .. Mainside Tall T (color out

door-drama) with Randolph

f SbxbLi Scott and Maureen O'Sullivan.

Also Tee Topnotchers.

NATTCenter Buckskin Lady

1 .. '. (western) with Patricia Medina
>
> < and Richard Denning. Also Vision .

Visits Hawaii.
.
Forces Day May 18 is more than just a .
"'".,. ,.., Hospital Great American
:
series of parades and demonstrations of military equipment.It ,t "f'. Pastime (comedy) with Tom

is a reminder of two important responsibilities of .," 'i',.# ....,....... Ewell and Anne Francis.

each member of the services.It } Friday, May 17

is a reminder to every serviceman and woman that *. Mainside Smiley (color out

he or she is a member of a unified team. It points up the door-drama) with Ralph Richardson

importance of inter-service cooperation.It and Chips Rafferty.

stresses also the responsibility of each member of NATTCenter Tall T (color

the services to help the public better understand how it is ( outdoor-drama) with Randolph

served by the Armed Forces. 1 Scott and Maureen O'Sullivan

Because Armed Forces Day is one of the few times the Also Tee Topnotchcrs.

public gets a good look at the units who serve and defendit 6.sr, Hospital Buckskin Lady

the annual observance affords a great opportunity to R (western) with Patricia Medina

create a deeper awareness of the role of the military in :!s y hr and Richard Denning. Also Vista
a
American life. (AFPS) % >w.r Vision Visits Hawaii.SaturdayMay.

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Annual Message From Mainside Tarzan & Loft

Safari (modern color] tarzan

:: with Gordon Scott and Bctta St

President, OfficialsThis -i: 5 John. Also Cueball Cat.

NATTCenter Smiley (color
is the day, set aside for _
able to wield that power shoulda outdoor-drama) with Ralph
the past eight years, to salute our
crisis command it. GOES OUT AFTER 30 Richardson and. Chips Rafferty
YEARS
fellow citizens serving in the Retiring after 30 years Navy
Armed Forces of the United For this and for all that they service, Daniel Orphant, QMC, (left center) was the central Hospital Tall T color out-
figure in a rift presentation held after door-drama Scott
Orphant took his last ) with Randolph
are and do, we bring
States. our
appre- official salute from
personnel at the Station boat house last week. and Maureen O'Sullivan. Also
We have provided our military ciation on this, their day of spe- Orphant put In 35 months with the division. A civilian sport shirt

personnel with the finest equip- cial recognition. was one of the gifts given Orphant and he voiced opinion he would Tee Topnotchers..

ment and training in the world, CHARLES E. WILSON wear It many times on his new Job with NAS Public Works De- a
partment. Making the presentation to Chief Comdr. ToddNcwAGO
Orphant was Boat
but it is equally essential for Secretary of Defense Division Chief Ernest Revis.
.
them to know they have our respect Training Officer

and appreciation.It Armed Forces Day affords Navy Jax To Increase Comdr. James Todd, 'who reported

is a privilege to join in hon every citizen the opportunityto ParticipationIn here last March from

oring them and I urge all citizens, become better acquainted with Commander Fleet Air Wing One

wherever the limits of time and all the Armed Services. Each Nationwide 'Operation Alert'The Hong Kong, assumed position of

distance permit, to take part in i visitor to a Navy ship or station training officer at Aviation

the observance of Armed Forces will recognize the revolutionary Navy in Jacksonville is girding for increased participation Ground Officer's School fit

changes that have taken place in in "Operation Alert," a nation-wide readiness exercise first held fora NATTCenter last week.

Day.By arms, by work, and by spirit the Navy. With supersonic, aircraft five-day period in July of last year. He relieved Lcdr. Benjamin

it is the responsibility of each guided missiles and nuclear At that time, the local Navy's tests, "Apple Jack" simulates Colkitt, who assumed duties as

citizen to help in the defense of propulsion, your progressive U. part was mainly devoted to com- what would be a warning Red in training officer of Aviation Ordnance
the national community S. Navy daily becomes more ver-
munications. However with School Class B.
Operation an actual alert; "Lemon Juice"
satile, more effective.
DWIGIIT D. EISENJIOWER' i Alert expanding in scope simulates an actual Warning Comdr. Robert Woodside, former -
President Your new Navy cordially Invites and importance it is Officer,
likely Jax Yellow; and "Snow Man" simu- AO "B" Training
all our fellowcountrymento Navy will be called on to assume lates an actual Warning White. shifted to the post of assistant
For the eighth consecutive year, "come aboard" and see at firsthand increased i
reponsibility in this It is emphasized that the actual training officer of the Aviation
Armed Forces Day is an occasion the dedication of the entire year's exercise slated again for Military Air Defense WarningsRed Ordnance Schools.
when we give prideful ac- Naval establishment to Power for July.
Yellow and White
will be
knowledgment to the and Peace.
men STATION NOTICE 3434, con- disseminated only.when circuits or as directed.JacksonvilleDuval .
an actual
women of the American Defense THOMAS S. GATES JR. .
Civil
cerning CONELRAD (Control of alert is in progress : County
establishment the shields and of the
Secretary
as Navy Electromagnetic Radiation NAS Jacksonville Defense Council also is ar-
) will be
protectors of freedoms.I re- re-
our
asserts the code words used in sponsible for relaying warning ranging for participation in the
urge communities of the na- Recent world events have re-
I testing the alerting system which messages received via Comman- readiness exercise. Commercialradio
tion to observe this day by prO- emphasized the 'increasing importance will
were used a year ago. For: the dant, 6th Naval District, or Max- stations cooperating
moting visits of their citizens to of the U. S. Navy as a Civil
well of
Flight Service to its coordinate broadcasts
our posts and bases. There they power for peace and a deterrent joins its sister services of our tributaries in the NTX ( normal Defense information on 1240

may observe the skills and equip- to aggression. Your Navy stands great defense team in cordially system and via Western military Union) kilocycles, and viewers of tele-

ment of the dedicated persons ready today, deployed on the far- inviting our fellow countrymento Telegraph Company to vision programs will be told to
who hold in trained hands and of the Free desig-
flung ramparts visit our ships and installa- nated activities. turn at once to that wave length.
minds our deterrent "Power for I. World,"to protect our freedomand tions on Armed Forces Day. TEST
ALERTS WJA'Xand
will not be stations
sent Last radio
Defense. to localize conflicts, wher- ADM. ARLEIGH A. BURKE year
by radio, but actual alerts should but there
I WJHP
You will find them ready and ever they may occur. Your Navy Chief of Naval Operations be participated
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I Someone's 'Gumming' Up The Works I VA-44.Scouting VF-171, VW-4.Sguudrons VA-45, Report I I



A email tissue-wrapped change of remarks took place. dental appointments. "Just

package WM delivered to the "SOME CHIEF was probably think, if I had those I could) VA- f _
Jax Air Newt office last week two to ATI both servingin
men ,
chewing out a white hat real have sent them over to the Home from their cruise on the
with a penciled inscription, their first four-year enlistment
"article found on the Base" as good," was one gloomy prophecy Dental Lab by yard mail and USS Wasp, Comdr T. J, Taylor .
its "and his teeth just kepton saved myself all that trouble. and his men rejoined the rest of
only identification. Travis S. Wellman, of Huntington -
the squadron who had returned
Gingerly passed from one going. Whatever the reason for W. Va., has served with VF-

person to another, the un- "Well, you've got to admit their wandering around the earlier from their cruise on the 171 since October 11, 1954, following

mistakable contents were finally that's one way to escape the station, one set of gift- USS F. D. Roosevelt where they AN (P) School in Nor
had taken part in the air demonstration
unwrapped to reveal one daily grind, punned a 452- wrapped uppers can be man, Oklahoma, and AT (A)

well-used set of upper teeth. days-to-go voice from the rear. claimed at the Jax Air News for the Joint Civilian School in Memphis, Tennessee.

After a few seconds silenceset "FALSE TEETH are a good office upon application. Orientation Conference. Eugene P. Paganuoci, of Mildred
Awaiting the men when they
aside for whomever is now thing to have," said someone They'll certainly have a lot of Pa., has served, with VF-171
returned was the good news
sipping soup instead of stabbing who had recently moanedhis to chew over with their lone- since January 10, 1956, having
took
promotions. Of the men that
steak, a remarkable ex- way through a series of some lowers. served at the Naval Air Station
advancements tests, 53% of the
San Diego, California after attending
men passed the exams and 27%
AN (P) School: at Norman -
;mow were rated.
Oklahoma, and AT (A)
Those who made second class
School at Memphis, Tennessee.
were: F. L. Henderson, J. E. .

Kenny, E. L. Gadcn, W. Hamilton VW-4

W. G. Jones, M. G. Sharp, The Hurricane Hunter's softball

SALTY HUMOR FROM and K. D. King. team started last week off in the
Up for third class are T. E.
direction
right by winning overtheir
HERE AND THEREIn Schmidt, J. U. Zensen, J. P. Gibson opponents Monday evening.The .

a sporting goods store a A. Kirchenbauer, and D P. VW-4 team took the game

woman asked to see a "low Bruce from VFP-62 with a score of

handicap," explaining her hus- Checking into the "Hornets"this eight to two. Last Wednesday, it

band wanted one so much that week were James Redden, was a different story. NAS Dis

she thought it would be nice to AMAN, from NAS, Barrin Field; pensary turned the tables on the

get him one for his birthday. and Allen Hatch, AA, from the Hunters when the medicinemenmade

Training Command at Norfolk, off with the game seven to
Va. Charles Vann, AD3, left the
Reassuring note from wife of six: The new skipper, Comdr.
squadron for a tour of shore dutyat
couple visiting patient in hos- Nicholas Brango, was one of the
Christi Texas.
Corpus ,
pital: "Don't worry about a interested spectators at this game.A .

thing at the office, Mr. Bedford. : ? VF-171' few of the new arrivals are

If Harry' told me once he's told in R. P. Osler, AA; F. W. Peterson,
me a thousand times he can han- Among men advancing rat- AA;. S. L. Klimeric, AG2; E. R.

dle job a lot better than ing in Fighter Squadron 171 under Bennet, AA; L. A. Baxter, AA;
your .
yourself! tfii! '(r.'iY .Y i B ?: the latest BuPers listing are J. A. Ncill, AD2; J, R. Canar,
you can .... ". iW' ,
U..t'Z : ;:: 'NJ DK3, and W. F. Wheelock, AA.

HONOR MAN AT AGO SCHOOL Capt. Charles L. Moore, Taking to civilian life last
"For years," said the little Jr., (left) commanding officer of NATTCenter, extends congratulations 'Step Up Leave; week were J. M. Kelly, PH3; A.

woman, "I didn't know where my to Ensign James Dor&ey upon his graduating at the headof H. Moore, AT2, and P. E. Smith
husband spent his evenings. One his class at Aviation Ground Officers School last week at the ,Cordiner UnitThe AG 1.

night I got home early, and Center. A group of 250 were in the graduation class. Dorsey, who .
graduated second in his class at OCS, is a Harvard graduate and is Cordiner Committeehas
there he was. being transferred now to Air Intelligence School at Washington, told the Defense Department VA-45

in the District of Columbia.ReEnlistees. that the services shoulddo After three weeks aboard the

One of the greatest laborsaving more to encourage leave USS Randolph (CVA-15)), the

inventions of today is tomor- Now BeneffitingBy taking, thus reducing fairly VA-45 "Blackbirds" have re-

row. large payments for unused turned to roost in their old spacesin

New leave at the end of active Hangar 114. ,
'Re-Up' Schooling
duty. Upon their return there were
A well-turned leg means a
well-turned neck but not neces- Noting the current national stress on higher education, Navy Declaring that field commanders several newcomers waiting to
and staff chiefs are join the squadron. They included:
the Recruiting Service is now guaranteeing Regular Navy enlisted per-
sarily on same person.
sonnel who reenlist, and who have proper qualifications, an immediate generally unaware of the ac- C. D. Himmaugh, AD1; B. L.

assignment to a Class A, B or C School. cumulation of leave by per- Oakley, AD2; II. K. Morris, A03;
A used-car dealer placed a electronics technicians fire sonnel under their command, L. L. Hiatt, A03; J. P. Craig,
The Service thinks that the I ; con-
sign reading, "Come in and steal and therefore give inadequate YN2; B. J. Hickman, AA, and L.

this one," over a delivery truck new offer will have tremendous trol technicians; I. C. electri- attention to it in their opera C. Dennis, AMAN.

valued at $1,000. Shortly after, "pulling power" in getting men cians; radarmen; radiomen; pho- tional planning, the Cordiner The ringing of wedding bells)}

someone did.Pcrsonnel. back into the Navy. tographers and tradermen. Committee report disclosed was heard in the squadron, this

While not all will be eligible Class C School provides train- that in fiscal 1956 paymentswere time for Ltjg( ) Donald Lipster

for school assignment (reenlist- ing in air conditioning and refrigeration made to 722,779 personsfor who married the former Miss!

; compressed gas s e s 21.2 million man days of Gloria Kuhn, and for W. D. -

ees must pass the school entrance teletype maintenance; basic elec- unused leave.A Phillips, AM3, who took for his

requirements), certain require- tricity and electronics; basic en- wife, Miss Barbara Strange. Con

ments for Class A School may be gines; liquid oxygen; camera re- guided missile camera devel- gratulations and best wishes to

waived. pair and aviation fire control oped by the Navy is said to take the newlyweds from all the

Class A School provides train- technician conversion. up to 200 pictures per second. "Blackbirds."
II for radarmen Congratulations are also in
invited to visit ing fire control ... .
.
( are technician, electronics tcchnl. <': : ..." ,. order for a total of twelve Blackbirds -
Servicemen' Club at 37 '
the USO "
who
cian, radiomen, electricians recently received wordof
West Monroe St. The club is open mates, 1. C. electrician, aviation! : V advancement in rate. They are: .
from 0900 to 2230 daily.) t
electronics technicians, aviation' Lt. II. A. Ten Eyck who recently

Thursday, May 16 Club Pro- guided missilemen, aviation fire :, donned his new oak leaves and .'

gram. control technicians, air control- Ensign I. II. Harlamert, who was

Friday, May 17 2030. Or- men and aviation electricians' .,.......,.. promoted to Ltjg( ).
; ..*,<. I
v'
chestra Dance, May Party and mates. t. ..i.. New chiefs hats will be the

Girl of Month Dance. :' "' ', attire for C. E. Pelot, ATI; D. J.
Class B School provides train- ;
Saturday, May 18 Special :; ,. < Hughes, CSt, and W. H. Wil-
for aviation machinists ,. I/ .
ing mates; : ; t :
Program. Y 7 liams, AK1.
air controlmen aviation electri- ...: I
i
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Sunday, May 19 1000. Free \..: Also qualifying for advance

coffee hour; 1045, off to churchof cians mates; aerographers mates; r ,C ment in rate on June 16 are: B. n,

your choice; 1730, Vesper and aviation structural mechanics; Ellison to ATI; I. V. Freeman to
aviation electronics technicians
refreshments by Riverside Pres- boilermen ; AD2; J. T. Haynes to AD2; C. O.
byterian Church; 2000, movie, ; electricians mates; Byrd to AK2; G. A. Mullen to

"Border River" with Joel Mc- AT2; E. W. Paine to AM3; J. R.

Crea and Yvonne de Carlo. Arm Navy Planes ; Allen to AO3, and G. L. Storchto

Monday, May 20 2030. .xeo A T3.
Square Dance (Sandy de San With Sparrow IIIA

Two farmers made a practiceof
dro),
new supersonic missile, the
Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday, trying to out-brag each other.
Sparrow III, will arm Navy fighter
May 21-22-23 Special club One day the first farmer told his
planes soon, augmenting the son:
programs. Sparrow I in air fleet defenses,
USO Club facilities: Parties, "Jimmy, go borrow a crosscutsaw
the Navy has announced.The .
singing, games, TV room, dances, COMMAND CHANGE AT FASRON 741 Comdr. Frank from Ernest and tell him I
showers, snack bar, housing bu- improved version of the Graham, Jr, (right) assumed command last Sunday of Fleet Air want to cut a watermelon."
Service Squadron 741 at the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
air-launched missile was developed ,
reau, mending and pressing, Jacksonville. Comdr. Graham relieved Comdr. Garland Paffen- Jimmy was back in a short
check room service, shaving by the Raytheon Manufacturing barger, (left) as skipper of 741, which was top-rated Carrier Serv- time. .
equipment, writing desks and Co. of Boston ice Squadron in'nation-wide competition for the Naval Air Reserve "Ernest says he can't let you

stationery, Sunday morning coffee The Sparrow II, an experimental Noll Davis Trophy. Comdr. Graham served four combat have the saw till this afternoon. J w
cruises as a Pacific Fleet carrier pilot in WWII and is a former
hours, spiritual guidance, missile, is not Intended for member of the Blue Angels, famous Navy flight demonstrationteam. He says he's only half way )' 1
Vesper services, and music fleet use, the Navy said. through a cucumber."

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Civilians

r (Weekly the Jax Air News in

\ cooperation with the Industrial
1
Relations Department will list ;
various promotions Naval Air ;

Station civilian personnel.) : wi.L w1Mr
On the promotion roster effec- l
tive April 15, 21 and May 5 were
13 employees, four from Over- With TheToastmasters

haul and Repair, three from Sup-
ply, two from Public Works and /
four from Miscellaneous Depart-
ment. Five speakers highlighted Jax

Promoted at O&R were: Betty Navy Toastmasters 176th meeting
Allgood, Clerk-Typist GS-2, to last Thursday at the "0" Club.

GS-3; Bishop Burmeister, Lead- _. "VY__' '_'., ,.y........... ,... .......m....... ... ._ Toastmaster Dick Agnew introduced -
ingman AMG), 3rd Step to Ron Moreland, speaking on
GRAY LADIES GET DIPLOMAS Capt. B. N. Ahl, Naval Hospital commanding officer, pre- "A Good Investment for Jacksonville
Quarterman (AMG), 2nd Step; sented graduation diplomas to 14 Gray Ladies during last week's annual meeting of the Gray Lady I -
Ruby McMulhn, Secretary (Ste- Corps. Shown In crisp, gray uniforms, are the graduates. They are, front row (left to right) Mrs. Bill Barroni, "Drink From
nography) GS-5 to Administrative Robert Anthony, Mrs. Ira Curtis, Mrs. Charles Gerhan, Mrs. Thomas Harritt and Mrs. II. J. Huester. Our Cup," Gene Guazzo, "Can We
Assistant GS-7; and Barbara Second row, Mrs. E. G. Mcintyre, Mrs. G. II. MaUhiesen, Mrs. L. II. Pollock and Mrs. Lloyd Painter. See Sea Power," Don Clancy.
Rear, Mrs. Frank Weld, Mrs. Louis Villano and Mrs. T. D. Tyra. Flanking Gray Ladies at left are "Modern Art-A Brief "
Quinnelly, Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to Capt. C. L. Moore, Jr., NATTCenter commanding officer, who spoke to the group and Capt. Ahl. At Apology,
GS-4. extreme right are Lcdr. Wylie Bryant, Hospital chaplain and Gray Lady chairman }Mrs. J. L. Gray- and Hardy Rose's icebreaker entitled -
Advanced in Supply Depart- son. Not shown in picture are graduates Mrs. Elroy Meyer and Mrs. Anthony Richards. logically, "Only A Rose."

ment were: Ray Forrest, Super- Handed[ Plaudits Master evaluator Lou Sartor
visory Management Analysis Officer Demonstrate F8U-1 introduced a system of "horizon
j GS-11 to GS-12; Mary Gar- tal evaluation," with one evaluator -
; ner, Tabulating Machine Operator Humanitarian Role PlayedBy Flight Trainer At criticizing all speeches, an-
I GS-3 to Tabulating Machine Cecil, May 21-22 other praising, and a third giving
Operator Supervisor, GS-4; and a general evaluation of each one.
LadiesThe A demonstation of the train-
Clara Long, Tabulating Machine Hospital Gray ing capabilities of the F8U-1 It was noted by acting president -
Operator GS-1 to GS-3. operational flight trainer will Bob Keller that there are
Promoted at Public Works De- Gray Lady Corps of the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, held be conducted at NAS Cecil several vacancies in the Club, and
partment were: Willie Hankins, its annual meeting and graduation ceremonies last week, with 14 it any officer interested in improving -
Field on May 21 and 22, was
Laborer (Cleaner), 2nd Step to graduates receiving diplomas and nine Gray Ladies receiving lengthof revealed by the Naval Air his speaking ability is cordial.ly .
Laborer, 2nd Step and William service bars.Sponsored .
; Mobile Training Detachment invited to attend a meeting of
Thrower, Automotive Equipment locally by the Duval today. Toastmasters. Meetings will beheld
Serviceman, 2nd Step to Truck County Chapter of the AmericanRed lag the work they were performing in the Oriental Room, Officers .
Driver, 1st Step.Advanced Cross, the Gray Lady serviceis and assuring them of every The demonstration, accord- Club at 1145 on May 22. I
in Miscellaneouswere assistance possible through, his ing to Lcdr. D. H. Foulk,
familiar to many Station and and at 1830 on May 22.
: Janice Engle, Clerk-Typist, civilian hospital patients as rep- command in their future efforts. NaMoTraDct area representative .
GS-2 Fiscal Dept. to GS-3; Oscar resenting gracious women who Bars of service and graduation will provide an under- Speeches by Aubrey Silvey
Medley, Property & Supply not only perform such personal diplomas were presented by hospital standing of the contributionsthe and Ernie Newberg featured
Clerk, GS-3 Supply Dept. to Su- services as writing letters, mak- commanding officer Capt. trainer can make to train- Tuesday night's session of the
pervisory Clerk, GS-5 Public ing phone calls, reading, and nu- J. N. Ahl. Those earning service ing programs designed to de- Navy Civilian Toastmasters. Sil-
Works Dept.; Duren Kirkland, merous other tasks for patients, bars were: Mrs. W. S. Harris, 1 velop pilot proficiency in .the vey spoke on "Speed, What's The
Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Medical De- but who also make available rec- year; Mrs. W. C. Campbell, 4, F8U-1 aircraft. Limit,?" while Newberg's topic
partment to Clerk (Typing), GS- reation, crafts, library, pediatricand years; Mrs. H. P. Mauer, 2 years; : was "Insomnia."
4 Medical Department; and Glay- sewing services. Mrs. J. P. Beeson, 2 years; Mrs. Evaluators were Tom Forrest

ton Owens, Safety Program Spe- THE ANNUAL meeting of G. D. West, 2 years; Mrs. Rose and Ben Ballering, With Forrestas
cialist, GS-9, Industrial Rela- Naval Hospital Gray Ladies began Wilson, 2 years; Mrs. G. L. Sims, J.K the master evaluator. Ray

tions Dept. to .GS-11.. with introductory remarksby 1 year; Mrs. E. A. Fischer, 2 Forrest was toastmaster for the

Gray Lady chairman Mrs. J. I years, and Mrs. J. L. Grayson, 2 evening, with Carl McCranie
Deep Freeze III L. Grayson. Chaplain W. R. years. o .k topic master.

I Bryant then gave the invocation. ASPIRING Gray Lady grad- The next meeting will be held

Needs VolunteersOperation Annual reports were given, uates must spend at least 24 Tuesday, May 21, at 1830 at the
Deep Freeze III with proud emphasis on a totalof hours in service training and Jack Jones Plantation Restaurant -
Wintering Over party urgently 7100( hours given by 58 Gray orientation at a hospital before Normandy Blvd. Civilians
needs more volunteers in rates Ladies last year toward rehabil- certification and assignment. wishing to join the club are wel-

ET, FM, CE, CM, CD, UT, CN, itation of the sick. Fourteen women met these requirements come to attend any of the meet-
AG and P11.Qualifications. NEW GRAY Lady Officers and earned their .
for interested named at the annual meetingwere diplomas. \ .
ings.Minute
personnel are outlined in AlNav Mrs. W. E. Fleshman,
*
chairman; Mr. Scott Cummins, Man
68.As under previous requests for vice-chairman; and Mrs. T. E. Call To Ministry

personnel, those volunteeringnow Waters, secretarytreasurer.Capt. ObservanceMay
will be ordered to Davisville, C. L. Moore Jr., com- Beckons For
R. I., as soon as possible for in- manding officer of NATTCenter,
doctrination courses. addressed those present, applaudDon't VFP-62 Sailor 4o 2731Naval
-- ,y,
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Try To Beat The Gun A Jacksonville Navyman's call \ ville's effort Air in Station observance Jackson-of

to the ministry, first felt three Minute Man Month in appreciation -
.
At Stop Signs; Play It Cool years ago, will be realized this < : !f. Of the Savings Bonds pro-
fall. gram will be concentrated duringthe
(Periodically the Jax Air News will present "Accident Cases ;:A week of May 27-31.

taken from the files of the Security Department, of actual traffic Richard H. McElroy, AD2, attached : .. <:,.,: Key men in the program, designed -
accidents aboard the Station. This is the first in a series.) ; to Light Photographic 'h:"' '' >{ to reawaken in cor-
'''f, every
': .
Squadron 62, will enter South- '
Vehicle No. 2 (see diagram) :+ (!":,: .> ner a better appreciation of thenation's
eastern Baptist Seminary at Wake t ... ;,1 ;.. ;&
: ,
was proceeding on YorktownAve. ;:fii. ... < ...4tt... .. Bonds
Forest Ga. in early September. ..: > ,', :'tt< ?'!. .< < Savings programand
.. ,. '
Upon entering the southeast I w "' :# its continuing contributionto
quadrant of the intersection at After completion of two l<>}" ll't; ,.> t""fI. ..,>.t-1. .".
t1t years ..).ttc. '.... ;,.< M'A: better living for all America,
Ranger St., the driver observed : study, he will be awarded a cer- have already been briefed on the
that a pedestrian was going to tificate in theology. BEAUTY IN CROWD local drive.
Sandra Wirth, Miss Florida of
in front of him and immedi-
cross An effort will be made here to
McElroy, 'native of Waverly, 1955, makes! her film debut in
ately applied his brakes. Hall, Ga., first entered the Navyin the role of a baton twirling increase participation in the Sav-
Vehicle No. 1, proceeding northon ,"t''|,,. 1942. He was released in 1945! champion in Warner Bros.' "A ings Bond program. The famous
.Ranger, pulled away from a but reentered naval service in '47. face Face? In the Crowd." Like her symbol of the Minute Man is be-
stop sign located at the corner, .. t ing used to stress patriotic aspects
that vehicle No. 2 In January of 1952 McElroy
assuming was of the program.
going to continue forward and became a member of VFP-62. He WEEKEND TIDE .
intersection. was discharged May 3 of this year HIGH LOW
clear the Result: a MDB Payments Due
collision, with vehicle No. 1 after completing 13 years service. AM PM AM PM Mutual Death Benefit Society

striking the rear fender of vehicleNo. I McElroy, at age 34, believes his Fri. 10:24: 10:43: 4:08: 4:07: Members are reminded that dou-
2.This. Ii Navy experience has deepened Sat. 11:11: 11:28: 4:54: 4:55: ble assessment '77-78 is due by
accident could have been i his regard for humanity. lie :feels Sun. 11.59: 5:41: 5:46: May 21.First .
s avoided had the operator of vehicle that his observations of human . .
No. 1 remained stopped at nature while touring parts of the Harry Truman was the firstU. MIG-15 downed by ft
y the stop sign until it was safe for world with the fleet will better S. President to travel in a Navy pilot during the Korean
) him to proceed into the inter- qualify him for the dedicated submerged submarine; at Key conflict was on Nov. 9, 1950, by

n; section. profession he Is about to enter West, Florida, Nov. 21, 1946. Lcdr. Tom. Amen.f" .





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-I DONOR BLOOD Armed Forces




1-Ta Powerful War



;. Standing ready along the frontiers of the

d Armed Forces guard the peace as a powerful

Ever alert to new dangers to .
1 the security of the nation and tical assault"

to our allies America's defense borne troops

team, in outstanding accomplishments operations.
t
of the past year, bas: Formed new
ground assault
.\ J ARMY-Reorganized seven divisions -
Twenty one more employeeshave .". f"F' Added
IA "': to meet the conditions of
joined the blood donor rollsat i with atomic
NAS Jax since March 1. :\ : :. \: : atomic warfare with plans to and ground
; streamline all combat elements
Donating blood during this "l:,. ., Perfected a
I. ," under the new Pentomic concept.
time are Richard McCleary, I' I. phibious
Leonard Rewis, Ray Gay, Adrian :ffL ,','":, .t I It Equipped infantry, airborneand helicopter

Nelson Bob ,!i. .'\.. armored Pentomic divisions Thetis Bay
Owens Bronstein ';" ;+<''', "
,4f with and rockets artil-
: weapons AIR FORCE
Agricsti James Brown Roland
Shorter, Harold Rockwood, Billy :: ; lery having nuclear capabilities. 36 in

Ussery, and Joseph Hagan, all of ; } HSSW 1 Organized the first Redstone Command
missile unit, giving combat forces
O&R. < ,
,
'rl '') *; jf

James James donated Fletcher for PW.and Frank .:( tr ,(;t : \ FORCES: :\J:: :1:t f; '*:' '; > expanding tremendous modern new firepower battlefield.on the armed Organized" with

> Modified Nike installations to tical
Supply employees were Harry ; ', ':. a it r 1 :d t : forces : ..". ;' : 'i
: ....... .:\7 ..' ,, i. ,' ... : .day"POWER 1 fire the more powerful longer- wing in
0.
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Theriot Billy West Peter Stepian '. :"P "'t.' ', .' t. : II Y .."., ."... J/, ,.., range Nike-Hercules anti-aircraft Put the -
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James Klein and N 1 '{".' -.
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Betty Hoyt, r .I ( .r. t : t r + :. : :s guided missile using a conven- than-sound
Hartley Roy.
FOR PEACE" This is the official Armed Forces tional or atomic warhead. tor, into
George Barker of IRD also gave Day poster displaying the theme "Power For Peace." Armed NAVY-Launched the aircraft Defense ;
Forces Iay will be observed nationwide Saturday with citizens
taking time out to pay their respect to men in the Armed Forces. carrier Ranger to join her sister RF-101 a
Pair Commended The loral AF Day program will be highlighted by Open House at supercarricrs the Forrestal and sance-fighter,
NAS Jax and aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt at Mayport. Saratoga. Command.

I For Performance Regrouped its air and sea Rolled the

NAS Jax Ground Defense ForceIn "sub-killer": forces to defend our tankers
Two commendations for outstanding
shores against the danger of at- bombers at
performance of duty tack by guided missile submarines miles an
were presented to Station person Process Of ReorganizationThe above 40,000

nel last week by Capt. William S. Armed additional fleet units sembly line. ( )
Harris NAS Jax commanding of- NAS Jax Naval Emergency Ground Defense Force is in the -
and planes with more lethal anti-
ticcr. process of being reorganized under provisions outlined in NAS Jax
aircraft and attack missiles.

Dewey A.I' Under the new Instruction per- scheduled for one-half day each Started new construction on Sub

BM1 sonnel assigned to NEGDF will week. In addition all NEGDF its fleet of atomic submarines,
Stinson
be from permanent ship's com- personnel will be assigned one guided missile cruisers and destroyers Open

was commend a s pany and will be assigned for a day per month to the firing range and the world's first nu-
cd for his initiative period of not less than six for weapons qualification. I clear-powered cruiser. FAW-11

and ability & months. \ Adopted the "ver- marksman.'I
) SIX HOURS is to be spent on
in assuming 'S The primary purpose of both special operations, (includ- The USS ( )

duties as acting E NEGDF is to be capable of ing patrolling and raids and Speed Pay For Men was host to
ground force action during emer- lies of Fleet
Chief Master- street fighting and riot duty) and
gencies, however, it will also be close order drill. Additional time Held Beyond Time weekend with
at-Arms for used in the organization of mil- will be spent on the subjects of The Comptroller General has NAAS !

NAS Jax for a itary parades and for providingfor nomenclature interior and exterior agreed to speed up and sim- in port for ,
Stinson station burial details. guard duty marches and plify the 25-per cent pay boost participating in
six
I'
months
period ending April
18 NEGDF WILL be composed of security, field sanitation, defen- for Navy enlisted personnel submarine
1957.
held in service beyond enlist Fleet Air
one company headquarters platoon sive combat, individual protec-
1 William II. two rifle platoons and one tive equipment and pack, equip- ment by a defense emergency. Squadrons.
+ Smith, GDI, Marine Corps rifle platoon. The ment and clothing. The pay boost was initiatedas Tours of the

was commended Marines will be under the operational Personnel assigned will be a result of some personnel ducted by
apparently being held over in stem to stern

control of Commander
.r : for his hand from the various NAS depart
the Mediterranean during the
I adults alike
NEDGF during emergencies but
ling of aircraft ments with Operations furnish-
Suez crisis last fall. The
for and pros- tions. For most
organization training
refueler pool ing the largest number of men.
pect that another such emergency the first
was
purposes will come directly under Some 42 including two
s4 !i operation problems persons, hold
might a good many plex interior
and transportation the commanding officer, CPOs, one P03 and 39 nonratedmen
men over, led the Navy to ask In addition
.i re- Marine Barracks. will come from that department for simpler procedure. to

Smith q u ire Training periods are to be marine
grone, a radar
ments while! leading chief of n .S' .... fitted with
the V-l Division, Public Works V3 5" .5t ment. With this
4
Department. He is now being 4', ity, the "eyes
transferred to Midway Island. extended well

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Temporarily> Close j I Squadrons
L % I along with

NATTCcnler Pool at Glynco, Ga,
coast with the

Swimming pool No. 518, adja- These units
cent to the NATTCenter Navy in an ASX (

Exchange will be closed for repairs ercise).
until further notice. squadrons
Although Public Works is cur- borne

gently at work on the repairs, to "seek out
Special Services said that at the grone which

moment they do not know how my" sub.
long the pool will be closed. The
::4 Tigrone,
The NATTCenter EM Lounge, ro Lcdr. P. C.
closed the past week for repainting mended for

will open tomorrow,. Friday, tality to the
May 17.When.
lies of Fleet
4. .

a passenger pointed a gun r. New \
at a cabbie and demanded cash
Scheduled
the hack driver laughed and

said, "I know a toy pistol when I "The Pop-up:
see one. You'll have to produce ly controlled
something better to Scare me." will be

The passenger then pulled a Camps
butcher knife and the driver this summer,

handed over $7. quarters
The target

A guided missile camera devel- PALATKA STUDENTS VISIT HERE These fifth grade students, some 27 strong, from William man and an I
oped for the U. S. Navy is saidto D. Moseley School in Palatka, Fla., clamber aboard an FJ-3 Fury during their visit to VF-173 trol box can
last week. One of several youth groups to visit the Station within the past month as part of the Serv-
take up to 200 pictures per ice Information Office's guided tour program, the Palatka students were treated to a flight suit suddenly, like
second. demonstration, a tour of the squadron, cockpit checkout and refreshments during their stop at VF173. In view of the


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Fliers Break Even In '
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i Pair Of Close Games i I ',' '' : \
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j, The Jax Navy Fliers played good baseball for the second

straight day Monday, dropping a heart-breaking 2-1 decisionto

cross-town foe, Jax University, at the winners' field. I
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The tight contest came one day
Doraich issued a mere two '
after the Fliers 4.3 vic- 1 ,
posted a rr
bingles to the Fliers. tI R
tory over Sfftw! AFB, exhibitinga
JAX NAVY'S tally was coun-
good brand of ball in postingthe
tered by Bill Allgood, VFP-62

win. outfielder, who walked and went

The loss to JU brought Jax around on a series of fielders'

Navy's season record to 413. JU choices. Joe Molnar took the de- )4'. 1..
won the series, three games to
feat.Patrick
AFB moves in to Mason

one.DALE BEERBOWER toed the Field for a two game series C:; : +I'C ,

mound for the collegians in their Friday and Saturday. Game time 'rer .;S '.i ". C')ss-.Jd' ic'kp++ 6 i L:$tY d'Mi.7lyle gi y Yrw. .. v ;.-+ r .
., 'few.tr'
final game of the year. Red tomorrow is 1600 with Saturday's ipt :F.Y4.Mlt, i'k, ...F.Kte .......
ib
Mingle hurled for Jax Navy. fray starting at 1430. 'i / ,

Beerbower, former Andrew The Fliers trek to Ft. Stewartat

Jackson star and ace JU pitcher, Hinesville, Ga., to* battle the

spaced five hits in picking up the post team May 2122. Donaldson
PRODUCES A FAMILIAR SOUND Shaw Air Force Base's Newt Hammond, batting in the
AFB is the Mason Field
win. foe for fourth inning, lets hold of one of Jax Navy hurler Joe Molnar's pitches during action in Friday's
Two singles in the fifth paved May 24-25. Flier-Shaw baseball came at Mason Field. Hammond was one of several Shaw batters finding the
the way for the Fliers tally. JU TODGH ONE TO LOSE mark, as the Air Force Flyers downed Jax Navy, 81. The home forces came back, however, capturing: I
scored in the opening frame, with Jar Jar Navy Univ. 000 100 010 000 000 lOx -. 2 1 5 7 3 2 a <4-3< tilt Sunday. Catcher is Jim Manlsby while the umpire is unidentified. Notice the ball as it
Mingle & Owens; Beerbower & Gunnels. seems to become part of the light pole in right field foal territory.
the winning marker coming in the


seventh.Frank DeMent had two-for- JAX AIR NEWSRiflePistol Nothing To Do Wave Softball

four, in addition to scoring the
Fliers' run. On Saturday Team Mauls

JAX NAVY took an early lead D Afternoons?
in Sunday's tilt with Shaw's Fly NAS CiviliansThe

ers. DeMent and Jim Owens, new Looking for an opponent to

Jax Navy catcher, crossed the fill that open date on your Jax Navy Crackerjax j

plate for two runs. They were football schedule this fall moved into a second place tie inWomen's

never headed after this. Camp Carson, Colo., annually -
City Softball League

John Murley of NARTU openedfor 6ND TourneyIn games a service with other power,strong is seeking ser- competition by posting two vic-
the Fliers and neatly spacedsix
tories in last week's
play.
vice elevens on Oct. 5, 12, 19
hits until getting into troublein ..
and 26.They're. The Crackerjax defeated State
the seventh. Farm, 16-2, Monday night at St.
primarily seeking a
of VP-18 Local
Brian Husse'y, re- Sports SpotlightBULLETIN
Nicholas Park. Carolyn Johnsonled
lieved and closed the doors on home-and-home contract or
Shaw.In just a home game, due to hitters by knocking in four
travel limitations. runs with two triples.

downed a game Jax last Navy Friday, 8-1., Shaw Bob Bill Mellon, small arms instructor at NAS Jax, and a Incidentally, if your teamis DIANE IIICKS of the Cracker

member of the Jax Navy rifle team, nosed out a Tennessee. booked solid in October, jax pitched her usual fine way

based rifleman to take individual honors in the Sixth Naval Camp Carson also"has an open issuing only two hits, The crafty

Mainslde Tank I District Rifle Meet Tuesday at Camp Blanding. date Nov. 23. righthander struck out eight bat-
Mellon carded a score of 441 out of a possible 500. Run ters and walked six.

\ Meet May 29 I ner-up Major Golden, a gunners mate from Naval Base, Ruth Bradshaw Ann
Cooperand
Clarksville, Tenn., tallied a 440x500 score. FLIE S' FARINGS
Sophia Sayatovich other
There will be a Maiiuide ,
Intramural Swimming Meet at The Sixth Naval District Rifle and Pistol Tournament Player Pol. G AB II R TB KM AV. members of the Crackerjax'
0 1 0 .500
lU.uxseln. 2 2 1
the NAS swimming pool May is currently being held with pistoleers sharpening their WrlRht. 2b p 2 2 1 0 0 0 .500 "murderers' row," also poled two
sights today for start of active tomorrow Schultz Ib 10 44 15 8 :21 8 .341 hits each.
29, at 1330. competition morning Molnar p 4 6 2 0 2 1 ..519Jankunlap
meetingwill I at the NAS Pistol Range. lb 9 25 82 8 2 .330 Earlier in the week, the Waves
An organizational ,
'
Rodteri, 3b 15! 55 17 6 21 9 .3 )9I
be held at 1600, Building Riflemen held the spotlightthe 1)t>Mt'nt.1I 17 72 17 9 25 4 .2.16 bombasted a hapless NAS Civilian
of the National Rifle Associa-
Shapiro. 2b 8 28 6 7 6 0 .214
930, May 24. Entries must be first of the week with a large tion. Gibbon, U 17 52 11 3 17 9 ..212Owens crew to the merry tune of 311.
5 10 2 2 2 0 .200:
c
in by that time and all team field entered from various Dis- Winning teams in both pistol I Saffer Cf 12 57 11 8 17 12 .113 Scoring went this way ninein
should be Mingle p 4 7 1 1 1 1 .143' the first runs
representatives three
pres- in the
trict naval commands shootingfor and rifle competition will receive Matysuk. C 8 16 21 2 1 .122 sec-
traveling team awards. Husxey p 7 9 1 1 1 1 ..111Allgood. ond, a single marker in the third,
ent.The championship laurels. rf 8 31 31 3 2 .(W7Mnulsby
meet will include events Awards will also be given to in- c 5 6 0 0 0 0 .000 six runs in the fourth and an
such as 50-meter freestyle, 50- NO RESULTS were available dividuals Murley, p 2 4 0 0 0 0 .000 even dozen in the fifth inning.
placing first second
J'avey, p 3 3 0 1 0 0 .000
meter backstroke, 50-meter at press time. Rifle firing took and third in various classes. }'15554'. p 4 3 0 0 0 0 .()(IO TilE WAVES banged out 25
Churchill rf 8 27 02 0 0 .000
breaststroke or regular butter place at the Camp Blanding Firing starts tomorrow at 0800 hits, including five homers in

fly, 100-meter freestyle, 150- range: in individual pistol competition I HUIII'Y Player G 6 29 IP 1/3 17 li 17 R. W 1 L 1 scoring at ease against the Civil-
meter individual medley (frec- lo'rt'e1'O 4 10 7 5 1 1
while ian lassies.
the
team
Capt. William S. Harris, NAS pistol matches. Murlt'Y 2 81/3 1-1 13 1 1
back-breast), 200-meter relay Jax commanding officer, host for commence at 0800 Saturday. Pavey 2 11 13 9 0 0 The Civilians face State Farmin
Bouuelft 2 4 J1 16. 0 1
(four men) and 3-metcr div- the tourney, has designated I Firing both days will beat the Mingle 3 20 :n 12 0 2 a league encounter May 20 at
Molnar 3 18 1/3 13 15 0 2
ing. Comdr. L. D. Campbell, NAS [ NAS pistol range. Jankunla I 44 55 41 1 5 St. Nicholas. Next fray for the

Special Services Officer, as tour- Crackerjax will be May 22 against

nament director., Dependable Electric in what could
Weekend Staled
Busy Assisting Comdr. Campbellwith be the deciding game for the

At Baseball Park overall coordination of < first half championship.It .

range activities is Comdr. J. F. -" AI '" was announced this week
Plenty of baseball is slated for Livingston, NAS Jax Ordnance ..:.; that the Waves will travel to Par
i'.iI/I. /
the Jax Braves this weekend as Officer. ris Island to face the Women Ma-

Augusta moves in for a five- Finalists in both rifle and pistol ;f' ..,. rines, June 12.
stand today through Sun-
game competition will remain on the In a return bout, the Marines
day at the new ball park. local scene for practice rounds come to Jax, July 20-21.
Single games will be played prior to the Atlantic Fleet Cham- x ,\

tonight and tomorrow, with game pionships. SPORTSSCHEDULE
time set for 2000.
REFEREE FOR the week-long
A doubleheader is scheduledfor firing is CWO W. S. Harrison.

Saturday, beginning at 1830. Serving as chief range officer for

A single contest Sunday at 1500 I rifle firing is Lt. R. A. Bruning <

rounds out the busy weekend. while CWO W. N. Williams is Week of May 16-22

The Braves face Savannah ina chief for pistol competition. Baseball: Jax Navy vs. Patrick

four-game series starting Monday All matches are being con- AFB, home, May 17-18; Fliers vi.

at the local ball park. ducted in accordance with rules { Fort Stewart, away, May 21-22.

Servicemen will be admittedto Softball: NAS* Civilians 'vs.

the baseball park at reduced Freelance BowhuntersHold State Farm, St. Nicholas Park,

rates upon showing ID card. Ci- May 20; Crackerjax vs. Depend-
vilian clothes can be worn. Intrasquad ShootThe A SWING AND A MISS Taking a hefty cat at the ball Is able Electric, Murray Hill, Mar
Mary Walton of the NAS Civilian Women's softball team. The 22.
Jax Freelance Bow-
Navy slants of Diane Hicks, Jax Navy Crackerjax' pitcher were too
Biggest enemy ships sunk during hunters held an intrasquad shooton much for Walton and the rest of the Civilians as the Crackerjax Golf: Jax Navy vs. Robins

World War II were the the NATTCenter range last powered their way to a stunning 31-1 win in City League competition AFB, Macon, Ga., May 17.
Japanese battleships Musashi and Sunday with Roger Wood shoot- at Murray 11111 Park last week. Craekerjax catcher Is Diane Rifle-Pistol: Sixth Naval District -
tons each by 490 to first place in Hllleart. Next rune for the Waves will be May 22 against De- Tourney pistol competition
Yamato ing ,
63,000 a capture pendable Electric& at Murray Hill. The Civilians tackle State Farm ,
carrier-based aircraft. the Broadhead round. May 29 at St. Nicholas Park. NAS Gunnery Range, May 17-18.



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JAX AIR NEWS Page 7


[AFPS SPORTS ] No-Hitlers Seem Vogue



I RoundupGolfers I Bondy Hurls No-Hitter In


at the Bisbee, Ariz., >.w

golf course have trouble with

rattlesnakes cluttering up their Mainside Softball Circuit

18 holed of landscaping. So a local

rule was put into effect which Benard Bondy, taking a cue from VP-18's Ed Brown,

permits a golfer, finding his ball hurled a nifty no-hitter as his Communications mates downed

within a club length of a rattler, Hospital 2-0 in Mainside softball league play last week.
to move said ball two club ___ _____nm _____ ___n_______
lengths without penalty. Ques- Hospital's Bob Creter per- 7-6 win over VW-4 while Fasron

tion: Do you keep your eye on the formed the role of Cinderella, 109 subdued VAH-3, 2.1.taadl.gs .
issuing only two hits in a losing
snake when the
making
ball or $ M .t Mar IS
next shot? cause. Trana W 14 1.K KA
VH-18 6 0 72 8
First Army netmen Cliff Mayne NARTU BECAME the first Oimmun. 15 1 4* 27
team to score against VP-18's lIspensary : 1 33 IS
Grants in
and Paul competed the VK.173 44 26
National Indoor Tennis Championships > .. Goliath squad, although the Re- }' Rnm Six .4 2 62 !M)

held in N. Y. C. Mayne serve outfit lost, 138. Supply VAHJVKl1. i 2 32 L5VPis 17
62: J 30
with a national ranking of 16, Dispensary squeaked past Operations 3 2 41 50
4-3 while FAW-11 won (>P<-iMtlonsVAm 2 2 3O 21
lost out in the second round and t 1 20 214O
Cranis lost in the quarterfinalsto out over Supply, 7-6, in a pair of V\V-4 2 4 :23

the eventual winner of the close tilts last week.In KAW.llKAWTU ttat 2 : 43 40 71 3'J

tourney, Kurt Nielsen of Den- ::{ other battles VW-4's Hurricane Knaron 109!) :1 l 3 4 39 15! 39 34

mark. I. ,, Hunters defeated VFP-62, KAKTU I 0 1 0 7I'rrronnel
,.. 0 41 30 72:
Around the Sports Beat: Defensive ::. \ 8-2; VAII-3 downed FAW-11, 7-5; SB. Sor.NARTU. 1 : 34 34 69 7

tackle Jim Katcavage of .., ....: : .',.:..,.I. .. .. .. :f.y--. ":<-ti FAWTU walloped Personnel, 11-
the football N. Y. Giants has en- 0; Fasron Six topped, VF-173 6-4,
SAFE OR OUT? TIIATS THE QUESTION It looks like and
a Operations shellacked Special -
listed in the Army under the six
close play looming as FAWTU first baseman Bill bag prepares to
month reserve program Ft. make an attempt at retiring Personnel's Julian Wildrom who had Services, 11-0. NAS SOFTBALL

Riley, Kan., soldiers turned out Just attempted to steal second. Rundown between sacks Wildrom ALSO COMMUNICATIONS de-
3,000 strong for a 13-sports pro- is making a try at retting safely back to first base. Action came feated FAWTU, 9-6; VF-173 de- SLATE
during the
offered them during 1956 Personntl-FAWTU Mainside Intramural softball game cisioned VAH-3, 4-1; Hospital
gram ; last week at Yorktown Field. FAWTU defeated the Personnelmen,
1,200 battled it out for unit hon- 11-'. tripped FAETU, 7-0j; VP-18 man- Thursday Mar 1*
Albcmnrle 1615 KAKTU vi VW-4
ors in volleyball competition. handled Personnel 18-0; VFP-62 Yorktown 1615 Kan. 6 \i Supp1y'
bested NARTU, 15-5, and VP-16 Saratoga 1 615 VKIMJ2 VI Vb-173
Dream Fight of the Century Marines Hold nh.111'lle! 1945 Comm. vt Sp. Ser
would match welter king Carmen Top SpotIn overcame Fasron Six, 2017. Monday. May MAllicmarle

Basilio against middleweight Hapless Special Services nearly ,1615 VW-4 vs Ol'4'r.
Yorktown 1615 Fai. 109vi KAW11VAH3
champ Gene Fullmer, and rugged NAS copped its first win of the sea- Saratoga 1615 Sp: Sr. vi
b'nleprlse, INK() VVP-62 vs DUp.
Bowling LoopThe
ex-Marine Basilio indicated he son before succumbing to Fasron };nterprlse 1945 VK-173 viT Vt'-16

might be willing after the un- 109, 11-9. Dispensary eked out its .f*
merciful walloping he gave Marines are still in first place after two consecutive weeks second "closie" of the week, a Saratoga 1615 1615 Supply Hoxp. \It viKnlerprlM FAWTITHrrs.

Johnny Saxton Ex-Pfc. Ned atop the Mainside intramural bowling loop. INK KHS. 6 vi KAKTIT
... ..
Enterprise! 1945 Oper.n Jo' 109
Eckman, formerly attached to 6th VP-18 is holding down the ...
I Wr cations lost to VFP-62 by forfeit
Inf. Regt. in Berlin has shifted number two spot while Special Many Units With 1GJ5 Dlsp. vs Sp. S>r.
then won over FAW-11, 3 and 1; Yorktown 1M5 NAKTUvi <'omm.
Services is hot their heels in
uniforms and reported to minor on lax Nine
Navy Saratoga 1615 KAVlliKnlrrprlv VW-4
FAW-11 split with the O & R
third place.In flax) VIMS
vs Supply
league spring training for the St.
Louis last weeks play, Communl Officers, 2 and 2; VW-4 #2 banked Many different units are Enterprise 1945 VA113 viThirnday VM42VF
Cardinals. Hospital 4 and 0; third place represented on the Jax Navy ,.May 2SAlbrmarle .
Back in 1936 M/Sgt. Johnny I Special Services won over VF- baseball team this season, with Yorktown 1615 1615 )VA'crs 104. v viKntrrprloe Hoiip.Comm.173.

Rlvolta, now boxing coach for Ensigns Continue 171, 3 and I; VAH-3 12 blankedthe various NAS departments, Enterprise): 1915 IHtiO, NARTU VIMB vi KAW'l.U

the 29th RCT at Ft. Benning Ga., Waves, 4 and 0. Fleet Air Jax and FAW-11 I .

fought win three the NAAU bouts in junior one nightto ban- Rapid Pace In VP-18 made a clean sweep units squad.having personnel on the AE School Loads In

over Dispensary, 4 and 0; VW173lost
tamweight crown. to Faetu 3 and I; the VW-4 Joe Rodgers stellar third Cenfer Links
LoopThe
The U. S. Golf Association Center IM SBallThe officers beat Fasron 6 "A", 3 and sacker hails from VW4. Brian

museum in N. Y. C. has acquiredthe softball 1, while VA-44 lost by forfeit to I Hussey, promising righthander linksmcn of Aviation Elec
authenticated score cards of machine of Operations. is with VP-18, while Russ trician's Mate School forged into

Ralph Kennedy, who played 3,165 School Aviation continued Ground to function Officers Standings as of May 13, 1957. Bouxsein, another hurler, the lead of the NATTCenter In-
courses in 14 countriesmorethan MARTD 40 ]2 comes from FAETU. tramural Golf league last week
flawlessly as the Ensigns VIMS <46 HSfJ'C'lal <
WITH Till; FLIERS
any other golfer. In 43 yearsof downed trio of in Service 34 14 Joe n< dKeri. 3t ".. VW-4 NATTO IM\ GOI.FW
71 a opponents VA-172 :29 15ComKalrJax RUM Bouxneln, p ::== KAKTULilian I.
golf Kennedy averaged NATTCenter intramural com- 34 18 Huss!')'. j> ........... --... VP-18 AK SthoolM' : W, 4!4
different courses a year. Operation :i6 24 $) School 5
petition last week. VA-44 31 21 MarAvDetAvKund I 12 6
Fairon 109 .il: :2.1 KchoolSii JlI i
AGO School remains undo Knctu 33 23VN'1' pSpl'Intel" tlr4, '
.62 "C" -14 26.! Arthur Paces Jax Af Srhool : 1W"N"vAlrWt''p
feated. The three victories
.
Bill9 Snares assured Jo'A W-11 :10 26 K I/
I Big 3* M AK School 0 JIi
I the club of a first place OAR OHIceii
VW-4 t2 27 2') Gun Club ShootBill .
Tilt berth in first half play. VAH-3 *2 27 29
Pcnsy Golf
ZEFF LAZARUS credited VK-171 JJ :J6 Oh, shed a tear for Bootlegger
was
llIperuuu1 :28 .T2 Arthur, sharp-shooting
Bill Scarbrough, member of the with all three wins as the AGO Hospital 24 27 28VK173 a member of Jax Navy's crack Jake

Jax Navy varsity golf team, has nine downed, in order AO School VW-4 tl 20 32VAH3 { skeet team, fired a perfect 50 Fate sure did treat him
again won the Pensacola NAS Invitational AE 16-2 and MAD rfl :23 .:.17Kasron cruel.
16-6 School 6 "A" 24 4 straight to pace the field at the
Golf Tournament. 12-4. VKP-62 Communication"S" IT J9 39 37 semi-weekly shoot at the Jax He perished by a dire mistake,

The local chief had successive Second place AE School managed VW-4 Officers ]10 9 49 46 Gun Club early this week. lie drank his own white mule.
rounds of 72-70-73-70 for a 72- to hold its grasp on the run Waves

hole total of 285. Scarbrough ner-up spot by defeating the Sup- '

trailed Bethel ingram of Pensa- port Splinters, 7-3 and AK Schoolby ;: _

cola NAS by three strokes going forfeit. '

into the final 18 but won by five Frank Fosbenner hurled the t4

when Ingram soared to a 78 Sun- Sparkles to the win over the ___
day for an aggregate of 290. Support crew scattering five hits ;

A field of 161 service and civilian along the way. ) ft1-A

golfers participated in the NAVAL.AIR Weapons Systems \I

event held on the'Pensacola NAS School won three games last .
course. week, and as a result moved in- y 1

to third place in league standings.The .
Jax
Navy lost a team match to
Pensacola NAS last Wednesday, Missilemen were awardeda
13-5. forfeit over AK School. Op-

ponents trimmed by NAWS :;
Jack Harvey NAS Jar playedin
School were AvFund School 12-
the Pensacola NAS
pro-am and Splinters 9-8.
3, Support
tournament but he and his ama- Gurek
I Red Guthrie and Bill
teur partners Bill Scarbrough,
supplied heavy stickwork for the
Lew Chaff and Bob Taylor fin- did
Missies while Emery Blecher
ished far backDierker .
most of the chucking.
THOUGH DROPPING a gameto .
Snares Blind NAWS School, the AvFund t''V.>

Bogey Golf HonorsDick School outfit came back to up- :. '.

Dierker fired an 85, and end MAD '7-4 and AO School, t ). ,if ,

with a 5 stroke handicap cap- 123.Winning l'/
in both con-
tured the regular weekend Blind hurler
Bogey at the NAS Jax golf course. tests was Don Isherwood. OFFICERS' WIVES BOWLING CHAMPIONS Six women display trophies won In the OW-
MAD also got in the win col- cers' Wives Bowling League which recently completed its season. A banquet marking official close of
Comdr. Robert Smith took sec- the season was held last week at the NAS lax Officer's Club. Clutching trophies are, left to right:
Support
ond place honors with a 91. umr last week defeating Lillian Bast Donna Gallagher, Virginia Brown, Sara Wadsworth Ruby Taylor and "Shorty" Kid-
Prizes, three golf balls, were Splinters 10-8 with Joe Molnar well. With the exception of Mrs. Taylor, high average award winner, all are members ef tb. win.

warded the winners. I getting the win. IIlnr team, captained by Mrs. Wadsworth. .

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JAX AIR NEWS 16 May 1957

,;
Club '
Sailing ; .

Holds Inter- .. .



Club RacesThe .,

Jax Navy Sailing Club held '
two Inter-club races Sunday af- #'::, air sa k y N-

ternoon, one in light variable '
winds, the other ending in a pour-
o t.
'
ing rain. a s.' .r '

In the first race, No. 574, tYk. ? iY' ao s 1 :F;.. #

Comdr. Woodside and Lcdr. Hei- l.,,

derek placed first; No. 571, $. 'R'iy'<',;x '
'
; .N'
,1'w' G Y. 9 YY $ ;
Knowles and family, taking sec vsix 'ktQ; ,,

ond; Capt. Tyra and Comdr. Mar- ,

tin placed third in No. 572; and .. .
(
Moss and Johnson in No.. 573 "' "

came in fourth.In aIi4

the second race, No. 573, '
> ,
Rohrer and McKintire came in !<"W w IA : +woad .rf ,I.
w aS r'y i a ''
first; No. 572, Capt. Tyra and +},r s ?. as *
Comdr. Martin moved up to take -
second place, and No. 574, LtJg( ) EAR % w, *sy off. v i 5r.'9' 4't w > aoN?:+yrsR' Sia k s

Guazzo and Lcdr. Heiderer placed I,
third.

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.,

rmI11lm M,.+rRayxQ : .

rOR RENT .

2bdrm. Furnished waterfront A .

home Dock facilities. Houghton ., ? ,; 2 s:s, yS }; '} '+S+.':' ,,' k. y;q,3W.$tF' arr
? ; )
CH 6.2666 or EX 8-2400. r2'"i:; iYyMakk.
2bdrm. Unfurn. house. 10 acres

and tractor. Nr. Middleburg. # #'. s 0 va s vi xv ,}'{, at '
Mitchell, Ext. 500.

2-bdrm. Furn. Dup. Apt. 5576

Jammes Rd. $75. Mrs. Kilpat- ,, .. ., y.1x .. ,.. ,,
'wSlo hr.fiaS: > ia a x .OaWE MM:1: ,t tan's pk kAt: "J' k n'}:v "' 'xlFi'iaw'wWx's "L>='4.9Gtbi"#< ,"<-2 :':II<' Na; ; '..... '::IT' ,< "i,9" ,z.'Ii.1,'<2
rick, EL 40146. : : AOnMN.A:"' ;'
:: =
;
2bdrm. Unfurn. House. Mrs. FAMILY ENJOYS SAILING Sunday "family : ; for the Navy lax Sailing: Club.: Club member Thomas Knowles
,
AG1, his wife and two boys are shown In the boat in foreground
I
enjoying leisure
some moments. The boat is
of
Kurka, CO 4-4882. one the sailing club's
Rhodes Bantams, used in active competition. In
connection
with the Sunday outing, two races were held off the Senior
BOQ pier by
3 rm. Apt. Newly decor. Mrs. sailinr club mem ers. ,

Baldwin, 22 East 5th St.

Texas transfers 3bdrm. house,
2 baths. $130 mth. Contact Mrs. The Pinwheel One-Man = Tryouts For

Averse, P., O. Box 1145, Bee-

ville, Texas (adjacent Chase 'Copter, In l TV Telethon

Field FLeetwood 82132.

FOR SALE onstration RotorCraft of the Corporation Navy's has-a = Set Monday ;
3bdrm. 2 bath house. 5749 Cedar
' known the "Pinwheel.
as
Park Lane Lakeshore Voll Naval personnel who wish to
The test of the world's first I
mer, EV 76019. I try out for a spot in the 16-hour
3-bdrm. house. Kitchen equipmt. ocket-powercd helicopter will a
optional. Harper, 5141 Janice I take place at the Naval Air Test )" Cerebral Palsy Telethon May 25

Circle, Lakeshore Terrace. EV Center, Patuxent River, with recording will hold rehearsals at the Main

' I 87704. instruments measuringits a side Lounge, Building 955, Monday .

6-rm. Bungalow II E. Roeder, exceptionally high performance or May 20 at 1600 to 1800.
EV 73880. .
5-rm. House. 4644 Cates Avenue. The average Marine can fly it on The telethon, which will be
aired over WMBR-TV Channel 4
,
Hiverty, EV 73452.
3bdrm. House. Lakeshore Nixon will aim to raise $125,000 to carryon
EV 71805. O'seas Gift Bill future"r this year's work against cere-
bral palsy.
3bdrm. House. Sargent, 7204
Greenway Dr., Ortega Hills. Waits Ike PenOn I ,; Nationally famous entertainersand
Aluminum room for trailer. See personages will be on hand

after 1630 at 7657 103rd St., or the way to President Eisenhower's for the show, including Hal
call Hendl, Ext. 8404. desk is a bill to allow March, star of $64,000 Question;

MISCELLANEOUSAnyone i servicemen overseas to continue Captain Kangaroo, of TV fame;
sending home up to $50 worth of Jack Dempsey; and Joe DiMaggio.
going to Indianapolis
gifts tax free.
auto races, 30 May, please con Any service personnel with tal
tact M. Crider, Ext. 8371. Final approval for the bill was ent can try out during rehearsals.

Ride from Green Cove Springs to gained last week when the House be Details can be obtained by calling:

Salvage Yard. Hours 0730-1600 agreed to Senate changes in the at United Cerebral Palsy, EX 8-2130.
measure. The bill thus ...
becameone -- ---
R. C. Ellis, Ext. 292. -

Rider to Birmingham, Ala., via documents of the rare to Defense-sponsored I a Armed Forces
get complete con-
Pensacola. Leaving 5/17, returning -
gressional action in this I '
session of
5/25/57. Baldwin, Shop Congress.The I (ContinueMrora Page 1)

6275. I 113 by various departments and
Senate amended
the bill tout
Sell or trade 3-bdrm. house in units, depicting respective mis-
? on a two-year limit and the
Cedar Hills for same in Pensa sions. Units from all commands
louse[ agreed. Under
cola. Copeland, Ext. 643, or EV original have been busy all week preparing -
88023. provisions, the bill would have
displays for Jacksonville
Riders wanted-from St. Johns made the free gift privilege per- ,t yr t'a windows in observance of the
manent.
Apts. to NAS. 0745 to 1615 day. '
The bill extends law
a which
Davenport, Ext. 624. would have expired June Refreshment stands will dot the
30.
Found
Upper set false teeth. area.
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Claim at Jax Air News office
--4. EnlistedContinued Again as in the past the slogan
for the eighth annual Armed For
Reshuffle
Office .
( from Page 1) o'iFJ.R&' A : S IF'C '$'NtJ t ces Day will be "Power for
Spaces At CenterA "
tion Act of 1949 has been referred Peace.S
reshuffle of the Informationand to the Senate Armed l 'ea 4 ,

Education, Supply, and Service Services Committee I { a Retired

Information offices took place No date for hearings has been
last week at NATTCenter Build. set. (Continued-from Page 1))

ing 500. Meanwhile, the individual services :Lr adopted thoughout the Navy
Supply now occupies rooms 141 say they have not had sufficient ; Tct wherever civilians are employed.

and 142; I & E, 217, 218 and 219; time to work our administrative 41 k .S At any rate, its first observance

and SIO, 233 and 234. details of the proficiencypay : dad tomorrow will be of keen interestnot
Although offices were changed, plan for enlisted personnel only to the former employeesbut
telephone numbers will remain ordered into effect by the Defense 4 hAi'&widaN urd to those now on the job who

the same. Secretary. STRAP-ON 'COPTER This rocket-powered helicopter Is will be made aware that the
. designed to carry a combat-equipped Infantryman in battle situa- Navy does not forget past serv-
The modern aircraft carrier Navy oceanographers have tions. It& is attached by a back harness worn by the pilot. The ices, whether performed by
'copter, shown here at the Patuxent River, Mdn Naval Air Test
operate planes] made at
can as as photographs depths
many those in
Center, is called the "Pinwheel," and was built by Rotor-Craft uniform or by those of
the average landbase. Of 20,800 .feet. Corporation, Glendale, California. civilian status.r .