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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Services Join Forces In Seeking Revision Of UCMJThe I




Department of Defense has 1 ment at the unit or company tee. for getting a discharge reviewed.In judicial punishment, the new bill

sent a proposal to Congress mak.. level, without recourse. to court The postponed bill would pro submitting revisions to the would provide special courts
ing recommendations which I martial. martial conducted by a single
on
vide that a man with three or UCMJ, Defense felt it should
the armed services and the three ANOTHER DILL, IIR 1108, officer court, provided he is a .
moro of exemplary behavior settle for those proposals on
of years certified the
Judges the military court are lawyer, as by Judge
which would considerationto
in full agreement. give following discharges shouldbe which there was unanimous Advocate General and if the defendant

Resulting from a unified effortOf I post-service behavior in review allowed to count this in con agreement, as inclusion of con. agrees.

the services to procure changesin of bad discharges, was postponed sidering a change of discharge, troversial proposals might en- I It would also provide for faster '

the Uniform Code of Military in its preliminary hearingsby although chances are that the exemplary danger the whole bill action on cases when there is a

Justice, the main proposal of the the Doyle subcommittee of the behavior itself would IN ADDITION to more authority guilty plea by providing review

bill is more authority for punish House Armed Services Commit not be made a sufficient reason for commanders to give non- (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
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VOL-15 NO. 7 Home e' Commander NAB-CNDi, Fleet Air Jacksonville: Fleet Air Wing lit N tl Air Technical Training Center) Naval HoiplUl ,JaekionUll.. 23 May 1957

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a Old Cards Outmoded June 30
Memorial 4PD


Services 'r, 'Qx 4p Dependent's All-Purpose




ID Cards Being ReadiedApplications

Sunday $
: ;7
for the new soon-to-be-issued combination

Religious services honoringthe dependent's privilege and medicare cards are now being

nation's war dead will be r1A scheduled by the NAS Security Department through com

held at 0930 Sunday in All mand personnel offices.

Saints' with The new card (DD 1173)) has i which will be
Chapel, Chap- purpose pass, good
been established for
lain P. E. Osman officiating. i'.kG issuance to dependents primarily of mem- I for base theaters, the commis-
sary, exchange facilities and for ,
Following the services, Branch bers of the Armed Forces (on Medicare.The .

91, Fleet Reserve Association, active duty, retired with pay, or
card will be
will hold its regular FRA Memo deceased) as an identificationcard new printedin

rial Service on the Station parade and authorization card for black security-type ink on a
insert with buff back-
grounds. As in the past, flowers benefits or privileges administered paper a
ground. The card will bear
and wreaths will be loaded i 'e by the Armed Forces to an

aboard a helicopter which will which the dependents are en identification or passport-type
photograph of the card holder
carry them out to sea to be titled.
and will be laminated.
dropped on the waves in commemoration ALL OTHER identification or

of Navy personnelwho '. + authorization cards now in use I. While the pass will serve as
'S kh: ... 1r7. identification, it will not serve
have given their lives for Y + .r will be replaced by this all-

their country.All I '4 as authorization to enter any
7 classified security area, nor will
station personnel and all
: DOD it replace
security
FRA, members and their familiesare Reaffirms any systemnow

invited to attend the _._.. _,, in effect.
ceremonies -- ----- -

and thosewishing to COMMENDED Shipmates Nils Peterson, FA, and William Long-Time Rule TWO APPLICATION forms are

honor friends or relatives who Woolridge, SA, pause with Lee Tillery, EMI, to read over the A long-standing policy bar used in connection with the DD-
died in service to the nation meritorious award letter presented Tillery by Capt. William S. Armed Forces 1173 card issuance form. They are
may ring participation -
Harris, NAS Jax commanding officer. Cited for outstanding performance
DD Form 1171 fordependent's
(application
bring a single flower which will in commercialized
of duty, :Tillery several weeks ago prevented an engine public
be dropped at sea with the others. room fire on the Navy yard tanker, YOG-90, from spreading and activities has been reaffirmedby authorization for

Memorial Day will be officially imperiling both vessel and crew (Story on page 4.) the Department of Defense. Medicare by active duty or retired -
member of the services),
celebrated 30 Although many of the so- I
Thursday, May \
which has been declared a national Auto Insurance called "traditional" official appearances and DD Form 1172 (application 4
holiday. Regulations of military bands for dependent's authorization for ;

and troops at popular sporting Medicare card by survivors of ,

New RevisionsA events date back to WW II, deceased members of uniformed <
New Class Undergoing services ;
Begins this DOD policy is not new. or agent acting on their.
behalf).
Studies At AGOAfter soon-to-be-released NAS Jax Instruction will revise auto- The Defense Department, according Doth forms must be typed or 1

mobile insurance requirements for military and civilian personnel to officials, encouragesthe written in ink. DD Form 1171
graduating 250 students
services to take in
operating vehicles aboard the Naval Air Station. part will be submitted, by membersof
recently things are returning to
local parades and civic gather.
The instruction will be I the Navy who are on active
normal at the Aviation Ground new a
public liability insurance consist. ings in the interest of recruit-
revision of NAS Jax Inst. 5512.IC I duty, to the command personnel
Officers School at NATTCenter.As ,
ing of $10,000/$20,000 liabilityand ing and community relations.
the departing Ensigns were making it conform to BuPers' $5,000 property damage. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)

busily checking out, some to con Notice 5101. STILL NEEDED will be ....,7ee. q.,.....,. ,
a cur AM..R' :ww.rr ?wnx.wega. ar.uw;r: S "
tinue their Naval schooling, a In addition to the current requirements I rent vehicle registration certificate : ;AN: wwi ?W !a o4 MJ r* ,, r1w*+*reYk. :-ov'

much smaller class of 65 to '
register ,
was a car I issued by the state in which k1Y.MIF %

checking in to begin the eight- aboard the station, owners will be the vehicle is registered (numberon : .', .

week course. .. required to furnish evidence of certificate must agree with r.wA.4 3 ;' y.H- :
,
number of license tag on the vehicle

), and a valid driver's li .
Eisenhower To ArriveAt cense. 41Jp v. f

The changes will further state

Mayport On June 6 that required public herein liability must insuranceas have

been written by an insurance
President Eisenhower plans to arrive at Naval AuxiliaryAir company authorized to do business -

Station Mayport on June 6 to board the carrier USS in Florida and it is desired
Saratoga to view fleet air off Florida
training operations the that the policy afford protectionon

coast.When and off the station.In .
it was announced a month ago that the President
this connection, all person-
would come to the Jacksonville area his arrival site was
nel are cautioned that insurance
listed as NAS Jax. The change was made to expedite his mission
coverage that is good only on
since Mayport was originally selected over Norfolk because military installations does not 4 it 1y
Mayport, situated at the mouth of the St. Johns River
provide the protection requiredby
makes it for carrier to air within
possible a begin operations
the Florida Financial Responsibility "
minutes after leaving the basin.
Law of 1955.
The White House said the President will travel by plane ?
The attention of personnel :
from Washington. No specific departure and arrival times ?
military and civilian, who are
have been fixed yet. Eisenhower plans to spend June 6-7 unable to obtain adequate public :: :; : :;;'_

aboard the Saratoga and will fly back to Washington in timeto ONE IN NINETY-ONE John Soccoro (left), PNJ, of the
liability is invited to the avail- Information and Education Office at NATTCenter, points out to
attend the Republican Party rally the evening of June 7.
ability of "assigned risk" insurance Harold Brooks, EMI, that he Is the only general service man aboard
It is expected that Jacksonville squadrons will participatein which is administered by a NATTCenter who will be advanced to chief as a result of the Feb.
the training maneuvers during the President's visit. ruary examinations. Of the 91 who made the grade, all but Brook
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MISTAKES, SLIPS, ALL IN DAY S


J1IX ts WORK FOR MOST ANY NEWSPAPER I



Publish rvtnr Thursday for Navy and Marine acUvlUct at Naval ALr (Every editor has his Misspelled days erred In R. D. Smith's ad yester- p. m. and ask1 for Mrs. Kelly p.ao
when things go wrong. read loves with him."
SUtlon. Jacksonville, Florida. day. It should have :

Capt William S. Ilarrt'PAS:!' Jaeluo.vlll.......... ........._......_.".... Commanding Officer words, pied line, wrong "FOR SALEj R. D. Smith has TIIURSDAY-"NOTICE
.Comdr. Robert 11. Smith ??-,...__._ -,,. -- ---._._. Exmitlv Officer captions, masthead abandoned, one Singer sewing machine for D. Smith have no : I, R
sewing
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell Ylrtt_Air_luklo.Ule_. _. ,.-_..................u.im Commander de. The efforts of one newspaperto sale. Cheap. Phone 958 and ask for sale. I smashed it. machine
Capt.: S. S. Soarcy, Jr. _..._.._....___._.._ ?...??-,- Chltl of Staff get itself off the hook and into who lives with Don't call
for Mrs. Kelly 958, the phone has
been
fleet Air WUf Klevra taken
Capt. Sidney S. lawrence ... ,, .. Commander the clear is reported Herewith.) I him after 7 p. m." out. I have not been
Comdr. T. S. White ____ ...__ Chief of Slat A man with a sewing machineto I carrYing on
R. D. with Mrs.
WEDNESDAY-"Mr. Kelly. Until
Naval Air Trfkakal Tralalnc CraterCapt. advertisement yesterday
classified *
Charles L. Moore, Commandlnit Officer sell placed a '
Jr. he has she
Smith has informed us was my housekeeper."
Comdr. Wilfred E. rieshman _..... Executive: Officer with the newspaper.The .
Naval lUtpltal received several annoying phone See how it is?
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl ........_.. ...._.._.. Commanding Officer ad came out the next dayas madein easy We check
apt Marcy Shupp ...__..._._..._.._....._._._.._ Executive Officer follows: calls because of an error we and recheck, trying to keep

Capt. Norman O. Anderson NARTU ...._ Comm ndlnit Officer MONDAY-"FOR SALE: R. D. his classified ad yesterday.We errors at a minimum, but like all

Comdr. William E. Hardy .. ....,... Executive: Officer Smith has one Singer sewing machine sincerely regret this mistake. newspapers, the Jax Air News I is

The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. for sale. Phone 958. Call His ad stands corrected: not infallible.

Jacksonville, Florida and printed commercially with non-/ MTonrlaUd fun at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS: r-35. Hey. alter 7 p. m
Nov. 19-15. Copies are distributed tree of chaise at the Naval Air Station the who lives with him cheap." one Singer sewing machine for
Kelly
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the
U. S. Naval Hospital TUESDAY-"We regret having sale. Cheap. Phone 958 after 7 New Easy Form

Service Information Officer............................?.....Lt. Dave Beesley ,
Managing Editor Andrew II. Planey t ; Vl\ .;:: _' ',: :. ;; ,:;i : "
:
AulsUnt Editor Gordon Rohble; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack 1.T To Aid Letter
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> JOHN lien Sylar, SA; 1-" J. > 5 i e4 .- <4't p< <<.
John libell.
Holmes PHI; Lynn'vf ldman. JO3; ; ; : ;'{ .. + l ISs r : ''t:, 'x
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, PH3. ; ,. ','.," ; :t" !- -, ". .y.>> .<..., :>...,. '.....'','' .;:
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service, +, : ..L .." ,, : < .
API'S material In this publication may not be reprinted without :.;;' .' .". .14'd'... :!2 4. : : y : <.:: (, Writing EntrantsServicemen
appearing .. ,,,
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of other 'i'I !.J. ;>-:;.,. .H'" .. '' k 'j; '*' s 1J'"
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Republication .. ,
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. -.w I) ', ,:" "" { i''','.'.''''><: ':itt ; !
matter except by (service publications Is prohibited without permission of '. ,: "'ii-r--: ; .(,< :i!' >f :

Editor.Editorial JAX AIR offices NEWS.:located Main Administration Building Phone extension } t: :' <\'Ji ; :, : >:.. .:;" :::'. ;.'1 seeking cash and

8346. 216 or' 8164. :, Xow) ,.,,*. N .itMN' -- ,:;.,.;' ..t\1.' ,<,},*':$X>!:,, f fil" honors in the 1957 Freedoms
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Navy Relief Society Collects Funds ..v 4..4"+ a>.t 111If' : ; Foundation gram will find Letter participation Awards can-Pro-

il" '.'d+1: #.5??; .. er than past years due to a new,
,
To Use For Aid In Times Of NeedThis ; : :: simplified rules-entry blank

.
The
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(j< '\W i=J ;<'f ""'t".1: ready-reply folder to le
( is the first in a series of articles on the Navy Relief .:' ;\!: .1' .... distributed throughout the services -
.
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Society, which is conducting its annual call for funds. The Society :' ,(':+i.oW": in July provides
,,:'. _1 4 } ample
is the Navy's own relief organization which aids Naval personneland .' pace for the contributor's entry

their families in times of need) :.,t.'. << }", ... '. in addition to full information oa)
>
Have you, as a member of the Naval Service, given to the Navy ':"::, :<> v '.. rules, subject, etc.

Relief Society drive now in progress? .
; As in the past, the Freedoms
If you haven't, you are letting a lot of your buddies down- ',:: foundation top awards will be

buddies who need help from friends such as you!
$1,000 cash for the best letter,
The Navy Relief Society, all of us have been told, is a private
two $500 cash awards for second
organization whose purpose is to assist, in times of need, the memo
place, and 100 checks for $100
bers of the Naval Service and their dependents and the dependentsof ,4, : ;
each for those placing third.
deceased members. bey ;A ,xys w $: t5

there is much don't know about the Navy Relief Contributors receiving honor.
Perhaps you CHIEF OR MISTER? Clarence left and
Swaringen, AE1 ( )
Society. What it is? How it operates? Where the money comes Charles Roberts, AE1, both of Aviation Electrician's Mate Schoolat able mention will receive George.

from? Where the money goes? Who's eligible? How is money given? NATTCenter, fate pnixledly at the hats th y'1llOOn be wearing: Washington Honor Medals.

Briefly here are some of the questions that often arise regarding the Both men will be advanced to AEC. on Jane 1C as a result of the Open to all members of the
examinations and then will attain the rank of
February rating
Navy Society and its operations. Armed Forces, subject for the
Ensign on July 2 as a result of the LDO program.
1. What is an Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society A Branch 1957 program will be, "My Job:

An Auxiliary Is a local unit of the Navy Relief Society locatedat Protecting America's Freedoms."
Servicemen Fail To Cancel
major naval stations and centers. (An auxiliary is located here at Many Letters must not be less than

NAS Jax). Branch offices, operating under the jurisdiction of an 100 nor more than 500 words.

Auxiliary, are located at smaller naval stations. (Branches under Waivers On Gl InsuranceThe Deadline for entries will be Sept

the NAS Jax auxiliary include NAS Cecil Field, NATTCenter, NAS 17, 1957.

Sanford, Naval Station Green Cove Springs, and NAS Glynco, Ga. Defense Department states that some 20,000 servicemen .
have failed to cancel premium waivers on permanent plan GI insurance -
2. Where does the Navy Relief Society get its funds?
.
The Society receives some income (about $:) uooo, per year) Aerial Jet 'Bobsled'Fires

I from investments. This is supplemented by contributions from Naval Although most of these policyholders : paid to his survivors.

personnel and proceeds from benefits. in the Armed Forces now Pilot SafelyA
i A recent survey of government
3. Does the Navy Relief Society receive any money from the have premium allotments, the I insurance accounts reveals bobsled-shaped ejection seat

government? waiver must be terminated to be that approximately 25 percent of that is fired out of the plane by a
No. The Society does not receive any government funds.
the permanent plan policyholders rocket engine is being developedfor
4. Are Navy Relief Funds audited eligible for the higher paymentsof
have not notified the Veterans supersonic Century Series jet
Yes. All funds of the Auxiliaries are audited monthly and an the new Survivor Benefits
Administration to terminate their aircraft.
nually. Headquarters accounts are audited semi-annually.
Act.This waiver. While establishment of The seat, which throws the
5. When an auxiliary collects funds for the Society, are all waiver
through which an allotment cancels this waiveron his back
pilot feet-first and on
those funds used
locally? Why not?
the "pure risk" portion of the term insurance, this does not into, the supersonic airstream, is
Not necessarily. It is an established policy of the Society that I
premium on permanent plan insurance hold true on a permanent plan equipped with stabilizing fins.
Auxiliaries retain sufficient funds to meet their estimated require- has
been refunded annually
ments for six months. Those auxiliaries having more than this policy.. Full scale models are to te
must be
cancelled volunarily
amount are asked to forward the surplus to the Headquarters office; by the individual on VA VA Form 9-5782 may be ob- tested soon on rocket sled tracksat

those having less than this amount may receive additional funds Form 95782. tained at any unit personnel office Edwards AFB, Calif.

from Headquarters upon request. This policy serves the purpose of: .
Under the act Public Law .
.
having funds available everywhere need exists, irrespective of a BLOOD
man's or his family's location. It also makes available to Head 381, if a serviceman dies after "I advertised that the poor

quarters, for investment or other purpose?, any funds which other April 30, 1957, while he has any would b e welcome in this

wise would remain idle. It must be remembered that the Societyis GI life insurance in force on church," said the minister, "and jjNOR

Navy-wide in scope; that neither personnel nor their families waiver, no dependency and indemnity after inspecting the collection, 1

stay in one place; and that the Society has the obligation of meetingthe compensation will be see they came."

needs as they arise, regardless of the ability or inability of the lief office in person, how can he apply for assistance

local organization to raise funds. The Red Cross Field Director
at his station or the Red Cross
6. Are all Navy Relief Society workers paid workers? Chapter at the dependent's home will assist with preparing the .
No. There are more volunteers than paid workers. application
many
and forward it to the proper office of Navy Relief.

7. Are all Auxiliary officials paid employees? 12. May I ask the Navy Relief Society for help, even though I iPol
No. The President and the Executive Vice-President are usually -
am reasonably sure that Its
policies will not allow the kind of !'
Naval officers who act in their individual, rather than official I want? help

capacities. Any person who wishes to use the services of the Society
8. What form does the Society's assistance take ? may
Why
ask for its help. It is the responsibility of the Navy Relief office and Fourteen employees have
Financial assistance from the Society be in the form of a the
may applicant
working
together to at
determine eligibility. Even if the joined the blood donor rolls
loan without interest, an outright gift, or a combination of the Society is unable to furnish the
help you want, it may be able to NAS Jax since May 1.
two. Families receiving financial assistance are expected to repayas tell you where you can get it. All applications will be given careful Overhaul
much as possible without undue hardship but a gift is made of and courteous consideration. Donating blood from

that portion which the family resources cannot cover within a reasonable 13. Why doesn't the Society finance and Repair were Benjamin Fisher -

M period of time. This is done in an effort to allow families I pay court fines, etc.? automobiles, leave, liberty, ,'David Holmes, Patrick Anton-

to maintain their financial independence, and at the same time, to I The Navy Relief Society is a relief organization elli, John Sullivan, Linden Day,
whose ,
Wenstcn
remove the part of their burden which they are unable to carry. is limited, and rightfully assistance James McMillion, John
so, to situations
involving real and
,. Does the Navy Relief Society charge interest on loans? need. Automobiles cannot be considered a Thomas Varnadoe, Carl Law
necessity by an organize John Lindberg.
Never. tion that is concerned with the essentials of living. While leave and Leo blood from
10. Does the Society automatically medical bills for families Dooley donated
pay liberty may be necessary for health and morale .
purposes, the expenditures Public Works Department.From .
who cannot reach service hospitals involved
should be planned as a part of the Wil
No, it does not. Consideration is given if the family requeststhe budget, except in case of emergency. Matters of discipline are regular: liam Supply Department MurdockJr.

Society's help and assistance granted on the merits of each case. erly considered a responsibility of command and interference prop Sheppard, George
therein .
I and Otis McCormick gave
11. If a Nary man or his dependents cannot reach a Nary Re by the Society inadvisable. blood.,







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Fasron 6. VA-35 VA-176, Fasion 109



Scouting Sguudrons .1

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Fasron Six duty with the squadron Monday.
: ThA Officers of Fasron Six had
,
c Chief Jones is fresh out of the
an outing at the Skeet Club on sailing Navy, having just left th*
Sunday, May 19. The outing was USS Raymond.

successful, except that Ltjg( ) 0 f
Winans reported to the Dispen-

j'd'x sary on Monday morning, only VA-176

M w.ry. .. casualty among the twenty or The VA-17G "Thunderbolts'
more at the party. It seens that welcomed back six squadron
Winans used the technique of members who returned this week

L ; + fielding a softball on his fingers from ED school in Norfolk, Vir-
.
tips.The ginia.
_
Six softball team
I. A \ Wi has enjoyed Fasron considerable success Attending the three weeks
i ; school were the new executive
; winning six while losing only
I 1 ; b officer, Lcdr. Tobin, Ltjg( ) Milder -
j r al } two. The hard hittingsluggers on
Ltjg( ) Richardson, and Lt
the team are led by William E.
(jg) HallctL Also attendingwere
Duyck, AN, with a .540 batting
Ensign Lawson and Ensign
average. Gilkison.
Fasron Six welcomes aboard

4i. flfllffiiniRlUEflPOnS Ltjg( ) Jim Geoghegan and Ltjg( ) The orange thunderbolt,
Jack Penny who arrived from painted on all VA-176 aircraft,
r 5cV5T" SCHOOL VF-43. The Banshees also welcomed are familiar sights on the run-

1 Arlen D. Bieganski, AN; ways of NAS Jax, but not the

\Vi Dale B. Blair, AN, and Herbert i roadways. Keep your eye on the

d. Garofaro, AN, who came to I main gate and you may see the
IL sunny Florida from Fasron 107 'Thunderbolts" insignia i 1 on

in far off Iceland. something other than an airplane.

Robert W. Cooper, ADJAA; "Thunderbolt" news this week

Arthur F. Edwards, AA, and includes graduation time, flying
Donald L. Tawzer, AA, arrived time and liniment time.
from NATTCenter Memphis.
James W. Jenkins, AOAN, came Congratulations are in order
to shore duty from the USS Dux- for Ivan Makolondra, A03, and
4 :.rx bury Bay (AVP-38)). Clarence Joe Bradberry, AN, for the com-

..,......, S Tome', AN, arrived from the pletion of their USAFI high
-.nN.'Y <;
Naval Training Center, Bainbridge school equivalent course.
ANY CHIEFS HERE? No fewer than 2S men attached to the Naval Air Weapons Systems
School at NATTCenter were advanced to chief petty officer as a result of the February examina- The flying time had VA-176
I tions. W. II. Anderson AQ1, holds the hat that he and the other 25 NAWS men pictured here (count Frank A. Wolf, AEMAN, moved pilots looking for the moon last
'em) will soon be wearing.NOT. east from NATTCenter, Jax, week as the Thunderbolts"
while Peter II. Yost, AN, came logged 80.2 hours after legal'

Funds Lack Hurls ProgressOf from VF-13 at Cecil Field. For- sundown. As for the liniment,
mer Ensigns James F. Peil and well, it's low level navigationtime

PlanAll Paul J, DeMarco have been again and who cares if the
Proficiency Pay sporting shiny new Ltjg( ) bars Army travels on it's stomach.

military services plus the Coast Guard, which is parallelingits since May 10.. "Welcome Aboard" goes to Lt.
plans with the armed forces in putting into effect Defense Sec George Willey, new administrative '

retary Wilson's enlisted proficiency pay plan, are busy hunting the VA-S5 officer and to Ensign Jim
Weather permitting, the CPO means to cover the pay increases.It Ground Training continued i in I Whitner. Lt. Willey recently fin-
feature its first patio VA-35 this week as the squadron's ished tour officer
Club will has become obvious that a as catapult
dance of the season this Saturday nowhere near 15 percent of EMs I primary activity. However, aboard the USS Tarawa and
evening, from 2000 to 2400. The can get the "pay.b 't-not-the- Study Says Smokes the regular flight schedule was Ensign Whitner reports aboard

dance will be held in the ball- rank" promotions envisioned by Can Affect Births maintained, with emphasis on from NAAS Cabiniss Field.
of the club from 2030 until low-level and cross-country .
room Wilson and Ralph Cordiner, at Drop that cigarette, little
flights.
0030 in the event of rain. least not within the cost figures Fasten 109
mother expected baby
or your The squadron participated in
Each afternoon at the patio given out by the Defense Secretary -
may be born prematurely.A two static displays for Armed The 3AM Club will be the spot
snack bar the club offers hot dogs study of prenatal effectsof Forces Day. Lt. A. P. Brooks of interest for Fasron 109, Friday,
with all the trimmings at only THE ADVANCES were esti- smoking, made in three flew one of the squadron's AD-6's May 24. All the crew and their

20 cents for the convenience of mated to add from $12 to $50 a California hospitals, and completed to Greenwood, South Carolina, dates are invited'to an evening

patrons using the swimming pool. I month to a man's pay, dependingon last year, reveals that and Ltjg( ) R. L. DeGeer flew of dancing and a buffet dinner.

A special family Sunday dinneris I his grade and length of serv- .premature births were signifi- another to Lumberton, North Comdr. Sindney Engelhardt,
served each Sunday from 1300 ice. cantly higher among smokers Carolina. The pilots remainedover commanding officer, has receivedhis
until 2100 at only $1 for adults
I" In a memo to the assistant than among nonsmokers.A the weekend in this contri- orders, and will depart sometime
and 60 cents for children.
personnel secretary, Wilson said bution to the continuing job of in June Comdr. Engelhardt,
Club officials announced that I the advances would have to be group of movie people were making the public Naval Air who has been with Fasron 109
bathing suits are not allowed at i phased toward the computed ordering dinner in an Italian res conscious. since December 1955, will reportfor
anytime in the Harris Room, the I figure as individual services re- taurant. One of the guests turnedto Departing the squadron are staff duty at NAS Memphis.
I I
dining room or the ballroom.I quire. Even so, proficiency pay his wife. "Honey," he asked, chief J. W. Buresh and B. J. Mc- Many men will be smoking

There will be a general assem- for as many as 15 percent of en- "how do you pronounce that Gowan, PM!. Chief Buresh is be- cigars on June 16, judging from
bly meeting on June 4 for the listeds is not in the cards for Italian dish I'm so crazy about ing transferred to the Fleet Re- the results of the petty officer

purpose of electing a presidentand fiscal 1958.WILSON'S. You pronounce it." cut in a serve after twenty-one years of test grades. Over 49 percent of

vice-president of the Club MEMO stated fur- film director dryly, "just like it's service with fleet. McGowan is the men in Fasron 109 who took
for six months term of office be- ther that "proficiency pay is designed spelled Gina Lolobrigida! assigned to shore duty with the test passed it and were rated.

ginning July 1. All E-7 personnelare to give the services an ad- 4 Commander New York Group, Six made chief petty officer, 2

urged to attend this meeting ditional management tool in The submarine Peto was Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Bayonne, made first class, 10 made second
which will be held on the patioof meeting competition for critical launched at Manitowoc, Wis., New Jersey. class and 35 made third class.

the club at 1930. skills and in developing a bal April 30, 1942. It was the first Welcome aboard to M. K. The
following men were released -
anced Work force. It is not a sub built on the Great Lakes. Jones, HMC, who reported for to inactive
Reserve Officers Get duty: M. O.
substitute for and must not be
: ... .. Burleson, AN; L. N. Wilson, AN,
'
Lower Insurance Rate confused with, the normal promotion 'l, :,t''i J. D. Ross, AN, and R, C. Eider-
Eligibility requirements for reserve which is associated with i '','j//i'..,--'j! :: ""'".::'i't, 1{'; .' I hour, AN.
called to extended full military qualification in a .' ;;1'
officers j#.. ; '! W. L. Liles, PRAN, returned
active duty were lowered recently higher grade."Proficiency. _( i,:,_'ill'r i from Temporary Additional Duty

by the board of directors of the pay must be di- : "," ; at the Parachute Rigger's "A"

Armed Forces Relief and Benefit rectly associated with a dem- x4'mot .or ""/ / School, at Lakehurst, N. J.

Association. onstrated level of proficiencyand h F. ":'J j',l'I' Kenneth Forrester, ADZ, and

Prior to the ruling, officers must be contingent upon i.* '' I James II. Fountain, AE1, recently -
needed three years active duty to periodic checks to insure maintenance -. '" -"" ''. .. I. raised their hands and took

apply for membership. The asso- of that proficiency. One i. '" .. ." : six more. This was Forrester'sthird

ciation now offers their $10,000 and two pay grade advances Iq. reenlistment, and Foun-
group insurance coverage to reserve have been adopted as the means. f' .... :. : tain's second. Fountain will be

officers on extended active Proficiency advances entitle the ''it fr :' .: advanced to the rate of AEC on

duty anywhere in the world, under recipient to all pays and allow- "\-:" ',;>. ...... November 16.WEEKEND.
the new ruling which will ances of the higher grade involved 4 .

become effective June 1. ." I TIDE
refundwas 4 !. ,. .
A 55 per cent premium -.-
Marines in Washington will HIGH LOW
also voted for members for
test a light-weight uniform this NEW SUPER-RADAR The Nary has disclosed details of a AM PM AM PM
1956. summer. In the traditional Ma-' new wiper-radar for missile-guidance that radically changes the Fri. 3:39: 4:18: 9:49: 10:27:
4 contour of its fighting ships. Resembling hare searchlights, struc-
The Navy's first aircraft carrier rine Corps green, the uniform is tures aboard the USS Canberra guided missile cruiser, hare been Sun. 5:20: 5:53: 1L:18 _
was named the Langley. made of a dacron-wool fabric identified as the super-radar antennae. Sat. 4:30: 5.-07 10:31 11:15I

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MISTAKES SLIPS ALL IN DAY'S ----

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J1Ix JJt4! s WORK FOR, MOST ANY NEWSPAPER I



Publish every Thursday for Navy and Marine acUvlUct at Na%al Air I I (Every editor has his days erred in R. D. Smith's ad yester- p. m. and ask for Mrs. Kelly '
Station Jacksonville, Florida. when things go wrong. Misspelled day. It should have read: loves with him." 'N- 0TJlURSDAyuNOTICE
NU, Jaek sovul.
Capt William S. Harrla .._._...... Commanding Officer! I words, pied lines, wrong "FOR SALE R. D. Smith has
.Comdr.: Robert 11. Smith -,.-.._. -..-,._.__._._ Executlv* Officer captions masthead abandoned, : I, R
I machine for
sewing
one Singer D.Smith have
n..1 Air Jaek.o.r1IIo no
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell __________...-. .- ?-,-, ?-, ,,?. Commander I etc. The efforts of one newspaper sale. Cheap. Phone 958 and ask for sale. I sewing machine
o Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. Chlet ot st&n..1 to itself off the hook and into smashed it. Don't call
get with
who lives
I for Mrs. Kelly 958 the
Air phone
Wla Kleve has
Capt. Sidney I S. Lawrence ... ....,_r?... .... ,?? ,-,-?_ CommanderConadr. I the clear {is reported herewith.) him after 7 p. m.H out. I been taken
have not been
T. S. White Chief ot fcuff A man with a sewing machine carrYing on
Air Teckalcal TriUlaf Ceater I WEDNESDAY-"Mr. R D. with Mrs. Kelly. Until
Capt. Charles L. Moor.aj ,-, .... ,-,...... _,- Commanding Officer! I to sell placed a classified advertisement yesterday
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman _..____..?.._._._._.....__.....-__....._ Executive; Officer with the newspaper. Smith has informed us he has she was my housekeeper." '

Capt. Benjamin N. AM ....__......,Na..1.....__*.".!!!.*.'__..____._ Commanding I Officer I The ad came out the next day received several annoying phone See how easy it is? We check
Cayt. Marcy Shupp ..._.._.._...._......_......_.__.__.,?,....? Executive Officer as follows: calls because of an error we madein and recheck, trying to keep
N ART IT I classified ad yesterday.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson _- ... ,,--, ,_..._ Commanding Officer MONDAY-"FOR SALE: R. D. his errors at a minimum, but like all
Comdr. William E. Hardy ?-,,...,..,-,.,...,..,_? -.- .?-, -....._._ Executive Officer Smith has one Singer sewing machine We sincerely regret this mistake. newspapers, the Jax Air News is

The JAX AIR NEWS li published at the U. S. Naval Air Statl<>n. for sale. Phone 958. Call His ad stands corrected: not infallible.

at Jacksonville no expense Florida to the government and printed and commercially In compliance with with non-npnrotrlated NAVKXOS: P-3$.funda Hex. after 7 p. m. and ask for Mrs. "FOR SALE: R. D. Smith has .
Nov. 1945. Copies are dIstributed tree of charge at the Naval Air !:\14UO"1 the him Singer sewing machine for
who lives with cheap. one
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the Kelly
U. S. Naval Hospital. TUESDAY-"We regret having sale. Cheap. Phone 958 after 7 New

Service Information .........................._.... Easy Form
Officer. : Lt. Dave Deenley .
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Managing Editor Andrew II. Tlaney i* ;. ::;: +qF-l' ;:;.:: ; <: ;
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Assistant Editor r Cordon Rohble; Staff Reporter Kay Button; Jnek \I\ i"ii. = ..: : : To Aid
Holmes, I'Hl; Lynn "" ('Idman. JU3; John lihcll. JOSN; lien Sylar, SA, I'I., .i .. .. ; ,. .. .\;. #,(I 4. f :: .':::< Letter
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, riI3. N ; <<"v .....tl' "Y" . .. .... .... '.
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The JAX AIR Service .. ,
NEWS U a member API'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe "FW' :' .iif <:$M 't"'Y j : \ : Writing EntrantsServicemen
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other eCt: q >
matter, except by service publlcatlona. U prohibited without permission of
Editor SAX AIR NEWS.
Editorial 1 offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension seeking cash and
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8346 216 or 8164.
honors in the 1957 Freedoms

Relief Collects Funds t A. w'xex'vCrll + Foundation Letter Awards Pro-

Navy Society ?K.Nab a",.if. r, ;I 2.w k.Yf>, yly.. <, } yyM er than past years due to a new,
To Use For Aid In Times Of Need ; }
'."" '; 1: .. ""t.. .'>. .' 4 The ready-reply folder, to be
:
(Thit is the first in a series of articles on the Navy Relief !i":# ::

Society, which is conducting its annual call for funds. The Society .' \.$......,: ..,...,...,.:".1/*' : distributed throughout the services -
'
: t
{is the Navy's own relief organization which aid Naval personneland : .. in July, provides ample
their families in times of need) 'SI."i: pace for the contributor's tntry
: '1 in addition
to full information
Have you, as a member of the Naval Service, given to the Navy .. rules, subject, etc. on
Relief Society drive now in progress?

If you haven't, you are letting a lot of your buddies down- As in the past, the Freedoms

buddies who need help from friends such as you! Foundation top awards will be

The Navy Relief Society, all of us have been told, is a private $1,000 cash for the best letter.

organization whose purpose is to assist, in times of need, the mem- : two $500 cash awards for second

bers of the Naval Service and their dependents and the dependentsof place, and 100 checks for $100
each for those third.
deceased members. .'........ ,., .... .......Tm..---....._ w---.mw....'........ .m..w.. ... placing
Perhaps there is much you don't know about the Navy Relief Contributors receiving honorable .
CHIEF OR MISTER? Clarence Swaringen AE1 left) and
Society What it is? How it operates? Where the money comes Charles Roberts, AE1, both of Aviation Electrician's Mate, Schoolat mention will receive George

from? Where the money goes? Who's eligible? How is money given? NATTCenter, rue punledly at the hats they'll soon be wearing. Washington Honor Medals.

Briefly here are some of the questions that often arise regarding the Both men will be advanced to AEC.on lane 1C as a result of the Open to all members of the
Navy Society and its operations. February rating examinations and then will attain the rank of
Ensign on July 2 as a result of the LDO program. Armed Forces, subject for the
1. What is an Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society A Branch? 1957 program will be, "My Job:

An Auxiliary is a local unit of the Navy Relief Society locatedat Protecting America's Freedoms."

major naval stations and centers. (An auxiliary is located here at Many Servicemen Fail To Cancel Letters must not be less than

NAS Jax). Branch offices under the
operating jurisdiction of an
100 than 500 words.
nor more
Auxiliary, are located at smaller naval stations. (Branches under Waivers On GI InsuranceThe
Deadline for entries will be Sept
the NAS Jax auxiliary include NAS Cecil Field, NATTCenter, NAS 17 1957.
Sanford, Naval Station; Green Cove Springs, and NAS Glynco, Ga. Defense Department states that some 20,000 servicemen! ,
.
2. Where does the Navy Relief Society get its funds? have failed to cancel premium waivers on permanent plan GI in-

The Society receives some income (about $550,000 per year) s IITAr1l P. Aerial Jet 'Bobsled'

from investments. This is supplemented by contributions from Naval Although most of these policy- .
paid to his survivors.A .
personnel and proceeds from benefits. holders in the Armed Forces now Fires Pilot Safely
3. Does the Navy Relief Society receive any money; from the recent survey of government
have premium allotments the
government insurance accounts reveals bobsled-shaped ejection seat

No. The Society does not receive any government funds. waiver must be terminated to be that approximately 25 percent of that is fired out of the plane by a

4. Are Navy Relief Funds audited? eligible for the higher paymentsof the permanent plan policyholders rocket engine is being developed

Yes. All funds of the Auxiliaries are audited monthly and an the new Survivor Benefits have not notified the Veterans for supersonic Century Series jet

nually. Headquarters accounts are audited semi-annually. Act. Administration to terminate their aircraft.

5. When an auxiliary collects funds for the Society, are all This waiver waiver. While establishment of The seat, which throws the
through which
those funds used locally? Why not an allotment cancels this waiveron pilot feet-first and on his back

Not necessarily. It is an established policy of the Society that the "pure risk" portion of the term insurance, this docs not into the supersonic airstream, is

Auxiliaries retain sufficient funds to meet their estimated requirements premium on permanent plan insurance I hold true on a permanent plan equipped with stabilizing fins
has
been
refunded
for six months. Those auxiliaries having more than this must be cancelled voluntarily annually policy. Full scale models are to be

amount are asked to forward the surplus to the Headquarters office; by the individual VA Form 9-5782 may be obtained tested soon on rocket sled tracks

those having less than this amount may receive additional funds Form 95782. on VA at any unit personnel of- at Edwards AFB, Calif.

from Headquarters upon request. This policy serves the purpose of fice.

having funds available everywhere need exists, irrespective of a Under the act, Public Law BLOOD

man's or his family's location. It also makes available to Headquarters 381, if a serviceman dies after "I advertised that the poor f DONOR/

for investment or other purpose?, any funds which other- April 30, 1957, while he has any would b e welcome in this
wise would remain idle. It GI life insurance in force on church "
must be remembered that the Society said the minister, "and
is Navy-wide in that neither waiver, no dependency and indemnity after
scope; personnel nor their families inspecting the collection, I
stay in one place; and that the Society has the obligation of meetingthe compensation will be see they came."

needs as they arise, regardless of the ability or inability of the lief office in how
person, can he for
apply assistance?
local organization to raise funds.
The Red Cross Field Director at his
S. Are all Relief station or the Red Cross
Navy Society workers paid workers?
Chapter at the dependent's home will assist
No. There are many more volunteers than paid workers. and with preparing the application -
forward it to the
7. Are all Auxiliary officials paid employees proper office of Navy Relief.
12. May I ask the
Navy
Relief
Society for help, even though I
No. The President and the Executive Vice-President are usually -
am reasonably sure that its
Naval officers who act in their individual, rather than official I want? policies will not allow the kind of help !'

capacities. Any person who wishes to the
8. What form does the Society's assistance take? Why; ask for its help. It is the use services of the Society may
Financial assistance from the Society may be in the form of 8 the applicant responsibility of the Navy Relief office and Fourteen employees have
working
together, to determine eligibility. Even if the joined the blood donor rolls ftt
loan without interest
an outright gift, or a combination of the Society is unable to furnish
the help you want, it be able NAS Jax since 1.
two. Families receiving financial assistance are expected to may to May
repay; tell where
you you can get it. All
as much as possible without undue hardship but a gift is made of and courteous consideration. applications will be given careful Donating blood from Overhauland

that portion which the family resources cannot cover within a reasonable 13. Why doesn't the Repair were Benjamin Fish-
M Society finance
period of time. This is done in an effort to allow familiesto pay court fines, etc.? automobiles, leave, liberty, er,David Holmes, Patrick Anton-

maintain their financial independence, and at the same time, to The Navy Relief Society is a relief elli, John Sullivan, Linden Day,
remove the part of their burden which they are unable to carry. is limited, and rightfully organization whose assistance James McMillion, John Wensten,
so, to situations
,. Does the Navy Relief Society charge interest on loans? need. Automobiles cannot be considered involving real Thomas Varnadoe, Carl Law and
Never. a necessity by an organization John Lindberg.
that is
concerned with the essentials
10. Does the Society automatically pay medical bills for. families liberty may be necessary for health and of living. While leave and Leo Dooley donated blood from
who cannot reach service hospitals? involved morale purposes, the expenditures Public Works Department.
should
No, it does not. Consideration is given if the family requests budget, except in case of emergency.be planned Matters as a of part of the regular'. From Supply Department William

the Society's help and assistance granted on the merits of each case. considered a responsibility of discipline are properly Sheppard, George Murdock
command
I I. It a Nary man or his dependents cannot reach a Nary Re- by the Society is inadvisable. and interference therein Jr., and Otis McCormick gave

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Fasron 6, VA-35, VA-llG, Fasten 109 J




Scouting Squadrons .j

Fasron Six ,
duty with the squadron Monday.
ThA Officers of Fasron Six had
V Chief Jones is fresh out of the
an outing at the Skeet Club on
sailing Navy, having just left the
Sunday, May 19. The outing was USS Raymond.
successful, except that Ltjg)
I .a rw. .
P Winans reported to the Dispen

a: sary on Monday morning, only VA-17C

( jL1 casualty among the twenty or The VA-I'16 Thunderbolts'

more at the party. It seens that welcomed back six squadron

1 s> Winans used the technique of members who returned this week

fielding a softball on his fingers from ED school in Norfolk, Virginia -

))7 tips.The I
Fasron Six softball team
.,. ,t Attending the three weeks
has enjoyed considerable success
school were the new executive
winning six while losing only
officer, Lcdr. Tobin, Ltjg( ) Milder -
two. The hard hittingsluggers on
1 i 4 the team are led by William E. Ltjg) Richardson, and Lt
7 (jg) Halle'tt Also attendingwere
Duyck, AN, with a .540 batting
Ensign Lawson and Ensign
average. Gilkison.
: Fasron Six welcomes aboard

14 IIA L AIR WEAPOOS Ltjg( ) Jim Geoghegan and Ltjg( ) The orange thunderbolts,
xS' Jack Penny who arrived from painted on all VA-176 aircraft,
+ SCHOOL VF-43. The Banshees also welcomed are familiar sights on the run

[ ( ts Arlen D. Bieganski, AN; ways of: NAS Jar, but not the "-

Dale B. Blair, AN, and Herbert roadways. Keep your eye on the

i M t f d. Garofaro, AN, who came to main gate and you may see the

,aaefi- h sunny Florida from Fasron 107 'Thunderbolts" I insignia I I on

in far off Iceland. : something other than an airplane.

Robert W. Cooper, ADJAA; "Thunderbolt" news this week

rM Arthur F. Edwards, AA, and includes graduation time, flying

n Donald L. Tawzer, AA, arrived time and liniment time.
from NATTCenter Memphis.
James W. Jenkins, AOAN, came Congratulations are in order .
to shore duty from the USS Dux- for Ivan Makolondra, A03, and
r AA f bury Bay (AVP-38)). Clarence Joe Bradberry, AN, for the com-

',< < .' .', ,, & ,' Tome, AN, arrived from the pletion of their USAFI high
< < : 'i' <'< ,.. : Naval Training Center, Bainbridge I school equivalent course.
I ANY CHIEFS HERE? No fewer than 28 men attached to the Naval Air Weapons Systems
School at NATTCenter were advanced to chief petty officer as a result of the February examinations I The flying time had VA-176
W. II. Anderson AQI, holds the hat that he and the other 25 NAWS men pictured here (count Frank A. Wolf, AEMAN, moved pilots looking for the moon last
'em) will soon be wearing. cast from NATTCenter, Jax, week as the Thunderbolts"

while Peter H. Yost, AN, came logged 80.2 hours after legal

Funds Lack Hurls ProgressOf from VF-13 at Cecil Field. For- sundown. As for the liniment,

mer Ensigns James F. Peil and well, it's low level navigationtime

Plan Paul J. DeMarco have been again and who cares if the
Proficiency Pay sporting shiny new Ltjg( ) bars Army travels on it's stomach.

All military services plus the Coast Guard, which is parallelingits since May 10.. "Welcome Aboard" goes to Lt. ..

'SNOTWeather plans with the armed forces, in putting into effect Defense Sec- VA-J5 George Willey, new administrative
retary Wilson's enlisted proficiency pay plan, are busy hunting the officer and to Ensign Jim
permitting, the CPO means to cover the pay increases. Ground Training continued in Whitner. Lt. Willey recently fin-
Club will feature its first patio It has become obvious that VA-35 this week as the squadron's ished a tour as catapult officer

dance of the season this Saturday nowhere near 15 percent of EMs primary activity. However, aboard the USS Tarawa and
evening, from 2000 to 2400. The can get the "pay-but-not-the- Study Says Smokes the regular flight schedule was Ensign Whitner reports aboard

dance will be held in the ball- rank" promotions envisioned by : Can Affect Births maintained, with emphasis on from NAAS Cabiniss Field.
of the club from 2030 until low-level and cross-country *
room Wilson and Ralph Cordiner, at 1 Drop that cigarette, little
0030 in the event of rain. least not within the cost figures I flights. Fasron 199
mother or expected baby
your The squadron participated in
Each afternoon at the patio given out by the Defense Sec-I may be born prematurely.A two static displays for Armed The 3AM Club will be the spot

snack bar the club offers hot dogs retary. study of prenatal effects Forces Day. Lt. A. P. Brooks of interest for Fasron 109, Friday,

with all the trimmings at only i THE ADVANCES were esti- of smoking, made in three flew one of the squadron's AD6'sto May 24. All the crew and their

20 cents for the convenience of mated to add from $12 to $50 a California hospitals, and com- Greenwood South Carolina, dates are invited
patrons using the swimming pool.A month to a man's pay, dependingon pleted last year, reveals that and Ltjg( ) R. L. DeGeer flew dancing and a buffet dinner

special family Sunday dinneris his grade and length of serv .premature births were signifi- another to Lumberton, North Comdr. Sindncy Engelhardt,
served each Sunday from 1300
ice. cantly higher among smokers Carolina The pilots remainedover commanding officer, has receivedhis
until 2100 at only $1 for adults
In a memo to the assistant than among nonsmokers.A the weekend in this contri- orders, and will depart some
and 60 cents for children.
personnel secretary, Wilson said bution to the continuing Job of time in June Comdr. Engelhardt,
Club officials announced that the advances would have' to be group of movie people were making the public Naval Air who has been with Fasron 109

bathing suits are not allowed at phased toward the computed ordering dinner in an Italian res- conscious. since December 1955, will report

anytime in the Harris Room, the figure as individual services re- taurant. One of the guests turnedto Departing the squadron arc for staff duty at NAS Memphis.

dining room or the ballroom. quire. Even so, proficiency pay his wife. "Honey," he asked, chief J. W Burcsh and B. J. Mc- Many men will be smoking

There will be a general assem- for as many as 15 percent of en- "how do you pronounce that Gowan, PM1. Chief Buresh is be- cigars on June 16, judging from
bly meeting on June 4 for the listeds is not in the cards for Italian dish I'm so crazy about ing transferred to the Fleet Re- the results of the petty officer

purpose of electing a presidentand fiscal 1958.WILSON'S. "You pronounce it." cut in a serve after twenty-one years of test grades. Over 49 percent of

vice-president of the Club MEMO stated fur- film director dryly, "just like it's service with fleet. McGowan is the men in Fasron 109 who took

for six months term of office beginning ther that "proficiency pay is designed spelled Gina Lolobrigida! assigned to shore duty with the test passed it and were rated.

July 1. All E-7 personnelare to give the services an ad- -0s Commander New York: Group, Six made chief petty officer, 2

urged to attend this meeting ditional management tool in The submarine Pelo was Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Bayonne, made first class, 10 made second

which will be held on the patio I meeting competition for critical launched at Manitowoc, Wis., New Jersey. class and 35 made third class.

of the club at 1930. skills and in developing a bal April 30, 1942. It was the first Welcome aboard to M. K. The
following men were released -
-- 0esReserve
anced work force. It is not a sub built on the Great Lakes. Jones, IIMC, who reported for
to inactive
M.
Officers Get duty: O.
substitute for and must not be
.,,, ., ,"r'-n '.' Burleson, AN; L. N. Wilson AN,
Lower Insurance Rate confused with the normal ,< "
pro- ",. '
(, J. D. Ross, AN, and R. C. Eideiv
,.,.
1" ,
for motion which is associated with <
Eligibility requirements reserve
i fJ )'::1: hour, AN.
officers called to extended full military qualification in a .,. '
!j. W. L. Liles, PRAN, returned
active duty were lowered recently higher grade."Proficiency. F ',';'? from Temporary Additional Dutyat
by the board of directors of the pay must be directly '"' : + : : the Parachute Rigger's "A"
Armed Forces Relief and Benefit associated with a dem- r t'.y. 1 ( s,
School
at Lakehurst N.
J.
,
r, ,1f :i f
Association. onstrated level of proficiencyand :. ,;oI"( ;'" .', ... .! Kenneth Forrester, AD2, and
:; ...
Prior to the ruling, officers must be contingent upon f', ; _, James H. Fountain, AE1, recently -
needed three years active duty to periodic checks to insure main- fit' ," .. raised their hands and took

apply for membership. The asso- tenance of that proficiency. One j,0:' : : six more. This was Forrester's

ciation now offers their $10,000 and two pay grade advances I...-. third reenlistment, and Foun
to have been adopted as the means. i .
group insurance coverage reserve ; tain's second. Fountain will be
officers on extended active Proficiency advances entitle the ; ? advanced to the rate of AEC on

duty anywhere in the world, under recipient to all pays and allow- '\,1fJ, < yI .
of the involved < -) < : '
the new ruling which will ances higher grade --- 0.eWEEKEND-
become effective June 1. ." I TIDE

A 55 per cent premium refundwas 4 > W __ r .'
Marines in Washington will HIGH LOW
members for
also voted for
test a light-weight uniform this NEW SUPER-RADAR The Nary has disclosed details of a AM PM AM PM
1956. .. summer. In the traditional Ma-j new cuper-radar for missile-guidance that radically changes the Fri. 3:39: 4:18: 9:49: 10:27:
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contour of its fighting ships. Resembling huge searchlights, struc-
The Navy's first aircraft carrier rine Corps green, the uniform is tures aboard the USS Canberra guided missile cruiser, hare been Sun. 5:20: 5:53: 11:18 __
was named the Langley. made of a dacron-wool fabric. identified as the super-radar antennae. Sat. 4:30: 5.-07: 10:34 11:15I

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ARMED FORCES DAY AT NAS JAX Thousands of per- '1"
sons visited the Station last Saturday on the occasion of Open Seven Jax Area
House during Armed Forces Day. Numerous displays and dem-
onstrations were offered. Top left photo shows some of the planes
from all branches of the service. In the center is the new F11F Supply Corps
Tiger, the Navy's newest jet fighter, first time seen locally. Top
:right is the booth sponsored by the Medical Department; featuring
survival equipment. It was one of some dozen booths manned by Officers RetireSeven
various units. Bottom photo on the right shows part of the crowd
inspecting the LVT-P 5, amphibious tractor used by the Marinesto
transport personnel and supplies from ship to beach. local area Supply] Corp
officers, who will retire within

the next three months, will be
Modernized Civil Service Seen <
honored by active and retired

fellow Supply Corps officers at a
As Aftermath Of Hill ProposalA cocktail and buffet dinner parly

Wednesday, May 29, in the Wal-
congressional proposal to draft legislation to overhaul and
nut Room of the Officers Club,
modernize! the Civil Service system has received the wholehearted NAS, Jax.

support of the Civil Service Commission. The seven are: Capt. J. J. Me-

\ Chairman Murray, of the }+ ..4 Kinstry, Supply Officer, NAS

House Post Office and Civil Serv- NATTCenler SIO Jax; Lcdr. W M. Williams, Ma-

ice Committee, has criticized the terial Officer, Supply Depart

fact that 'the original Civil Serv- Loses Journalist ment, NAS Jax; Lcdr. M. Duca,
ice Act of 1883 has never been
Commissary Officer NAS Jax
NATTCentcr will be losing the ,
replaced "by a new merit law Lcdr. W. W. Davis, Naval Station,
services of one of its journalistsnext
dealing realistically with the
Green Cove Springs; Lt. F. Du-
problems of the day. In spite of week when Don Guerra senberry, NAS Cecil Field; Lt.

a multitude of amendments, Mur- leaves to report for duty aboard E. N. Jacobson, Florida Sub

ray scored the 1883 law as out- the USS Aldebaron (AF-10). ,. .. ,, ,. ,, Atlantic Reserve Fleet
*""w""f..M: ':>;io.y-1.:: '; ;>: .;"J" 1:>>:4': << <'<'::::1:: 'I''; '' ;:M." ";" ';';:";"'w'X"", Group,
moded. Though he has been workingin Green Cove Springs, and CWOO.
Preliminary work of the over- M. Holm, NAS Cecil Field.
the Service Information Officeat
hauling has now been completedand EMI Credited
Horse Flickers Also to be honored is Lcdr
the CSC is ready to confer the Center in the capacity of
George R. Brickley, Fiscal Offi-
with the House group's staff on sports reporter for only 10 Remain PopularAnyone
With Saving cer, NAS Jax, who is being trans-
.
drafting legislation.Both
months, Guerra has filled a wide ferred to MCAS Cherry Point.
the House and Senate wanting proof to
variety of other duties ranging The affair will be held in con-
committees agree that a modern- Ship CrewFire justify claims that shoot 'em
junction with the regular quar-
.
from speech writing to basket-
ized law is needed to strengthen up western movies are here to
terly meeting of the Supply offi-
the commission's hand in dealing ball announcing. aboard a gasoline tankeris stay should have attended the
cers and their ladies, with about
with such actions as appeals, pro. Before joining the Navy in a dreaded thing, and if one showing of "Gunfight at the 100 expected to be present. The
motions, reductions-in-force and May 1956, the University of Texas should occur, split-second: think- O. K. Corral" at NATTCenter's -
hour has been set at 1900, and
the like. journalism major worked for the King Hall on recent
ing and action may be all that a arrangements have been made by
The new law, they said, should Associated Press in New York averts loss of both ship and crew. Friday night.Approximately. CWO R. G. Long, of the Commis-
the CSC City for a period of 15 months.INTRODUCING .
give complete inde- Crew member Lee R. Tillery, 1,500 persons sary Store, NAS Jax.
pendence in requiring agencies to -- EMI, undoubtedly prevented such I turned out to see the movie,
obey regulations and full authority which starred Kirk Douglasand
aboard the YOG-90
a Navy gaso- / : j- ;
to crack down on agency offenders line yard tanker, when he disre- Burt Lancaster and, ac- : : ;: : : : r..

with the commission responsible garded personal safety to elimi- cording to the Special Services f

only to Congress and nate a fire hazard. division, this was the largest I! !::

the President. e The YOG-90 was carrying a movie attendance in at a NATTCenter
cargo of 270,000 gallons of aviation many months.

Veteran VA-176 t' &ty gasoline to NAS Jax, when
failure of an automatic cut-off Friday, May 21
Chief Goes For control caused the heating boilerof VA-'! !, Plays Host Mainside Kettles Of Old

the Macdonald's Farm (comedy-Ma
vessel to overheat and
Four More Years burn. To Bolles CadetsEighty & Pa Kettle). Also, After the
I .e f.
VA-176 leading chief C. S. Hcr- 1.. srs Quickly manning the CO1 young men from Bolles Ball.NATTCenter Kronos (science
zer, celebrated his 19th year on firefighting equipment, Tillery School in Jacksonville visited
active duty this week by shippingover ; sprayed the pump room bulkheadand NAS Jax last Monday and were fiction) with Barbara Lawrenceand Lucky
John Emery. Also,
for another four-year hitch.
surrounding area adjoining given
an advance view of mili-
Chief Herzer entered the Navyin the cargo tanks until all danger tary life. Dog.Hospital
t 6"S Road
1932 and was a plank owner from the boiler flareup had been Man In The
of the USS Astoria in 1934. Dur- removed. Part of the day was spent with (drama) with Ella Raines and
Attack Squadron 44, where the Derek Farr. Also Vista Vision
,
ing WW II, he was assigned to 4V4 Tillery received a commendation prospective
Torpedo Squadron 11 Guadal- military men were Visits Japan.
on
last week from
Capt. WilliamS.
given a mock
"briefing"
canal and aboard the carrier Harris, NAS Jax commanding Frank IIitt, USAF. The by Capt. Saturday, May 25
USS Wasp. officer group Of Forest
for his meritorius per- then visited the different I Mainside Spoilers
Herzer came to the Thunder- formance of duty which was "in the squadron to view line areas of (naturama outdoor drama) with

bolts from shore duty with NAS keeping with the highest tradi- tions, maintenance and opera- Vera Ralston and Rod Cameron.
Jax Operations Department. tions of the Naval Service." ercises. daily ex- Also, Ralph Marterie & Orch.

While there, he was ordnance and ..S I NATTCenter Kettles Of OldMacdonald's
The -
gunnery chief. AGO Students group finished their tour comedy)
Hosts of VA-44 Farm (
"Never waste a spare moment"seems by having a first hand
to be an unwritten motto For Military Ball inspection of the F9F-8 Cougars. with Majorie Main and Parker Ball.]

with Herzer, for in the last three Students of the Aviation Many of the students will enter Fennelly. Also, After The science

years he has built nine outboard > Ground Officer's School at military schools after graduation Hospital Kr nOS (
from Bolles. fiction) with Barbara Lawrenceand
runabouts ranging from twelve NATTCenter will play host to Lucky
John Emery. Also,
.
: to sixteen feet. some 65'Jacksonville Univer-

< This didn't seem to be enough, West, who will make-her Ton movie sity co-eds at a Military Ballto Chief: "I could tell he was Dog. e .

j however, for he's currently put- debut in Warner's "A Face In be held at the Officer's Club talking about me, wasn't he?" MSTS ships will seek a deepwater -

t ting finishing touches on his six- The Crowd." Only 19, the Man- tomorrow night. Ens.: "Well, yes, he was." route the top of
.. room house. hattan native is already a veteran Honored guests for the oc- Chief: "And didn't I hear him across
summer
North this
night club performer and casion will be Capt. and Mrs. say I had a thick head Of hair." America
early
TV actress. An imitator of note, while resupplying radar
The Third Marine Regiment I in the movie Toni spoofs some Charles L. Moore, Jr., com- Ens.: "Well, he didn't mention spanning the
warning stations :
was organized April 23, 1914. TV commercials manding officer of the Center. your hair." Arctic.

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I RETIRED EMPLOYEES VISIT NAS Disembarking from the Navy bus on which they toured the Station, will drive
of NAS Jax pare upward at the O & R electronics building which few had seen before. About 60 former [ and bit
lor "Retired Employees Day" last Friday when they were feted by the Navy and the Employees Association.

He put up
Former NAS and

4 : and ep

EmployeesEnjoy .of And castor for

think of
'
VisitAbout except how
kc his mouth.
;E4 Mrs.
60 former civilian
chairman cat that
employees of NAS Jax made
window of
the most of last Friday's fair c
elected the hali
cool weather to tour the sta Station
tion as guests of the Navy, nual
enjoy a hearty lunch as f.. rA
1e the years, at
guests of the Employees As
Newly :
sociation, and pay informal Mrs. S. opera.town

visits to their old depart- Mrs. J. ) a man ask
ments, divisions and 'work with
sections to chat with erstwhile C. ; summoned

comrades.The Mrs. B. him why
occasion was the first president 73808.'I;
Retired Employees' Day," so secretary Smithson,
designated by Capt. William S. A / hinney, explained.

I Harris.THE r. ..."::stt:' .liiA; ;: >._./. ;;: ...: :"._ 'ff '. ..,. .. ,.:\. .:'mJt forts IN call blow the
RETIRED employees came as you to
from as far as St. Petersburg and REUNION Mrs. Ruth Munden, nurse in Civilian Sick Call, and for
Savannah, and from as far backin Is surprised in her office on "Retired Employees Day" last Friday the first "That's
'
by four former "pals" who remembered her from "way back.
time as 1947. Some were not W. E. Brooks (standing, center), holds the longest retired record, presented All this
as spry as they were in the old dating from 1948, when he was with Public Works. Right (standIng a flower our clock
days, but they were just as ) W. J. Renyon, who came the longest distance, from St. flower !
Petersburg, retired in 1955 from O & R. James Burkhard (left) Varnedoe
in heart
young as those who have Is also an ex-Public Works employee who retired in 1954. Seatedis
retired as recently as last March. E. L. Johnson, Sr., who retired In March from Public Works Three : which I
They came with a store of where he was a "key employee" (he made keys). lie now has a the you.
new business card reading: "Retired. No business no worries, Club of
quips and jokes not quite con- no use, no money, no prospects." To which is added a succint "No by the
cealing their pleasure in seeing foolin!
life
once more the base where they orary
had spent so mahy years, and the W. S.
1079 New Bond Buyers Goal and Mrs.
pride with which they viewed the Mrs. In
many new structures that have

gone ESCORTED up in recent ON years.the tour by For 'Share In America Week' was circle orary ; } '

Industrial Relations Department "Share in America and one ci-
The week of May 27-31 has been designated as year
officials, the visitors were in a Week" at NAS Jax Savings Bond chairmen, committeemen and the ways NAS Jax
gala mood as they recognized old committeewomen will make a concerted effort to insure that every this past ; the Jack-
landmarks and noted the im- individual is personally contacted and made aware of the im has been produc-

pressive expansion of Overhauland portance of a backlog of personal savings, and of the advantages of UNDER Cadillac"
Repair Department."No the payroll savings plan.A II. R. for a two

speeches" was the order goal of 1,079 new bondbuyers therapy
of the day. But grateful expression has been established. If wagon. Build a backlog that members hit by

of appreciation just achieved, this number will bring guarantees a full return despite I' gardenia Howard
naturally bubbled forth after NAS Jacksonville from a partici- market changes, real estate mothers Ecker,
lunch fluctuations, sudden runs on as- in the role
literally compelling IRDto pation percentage of 47.3% to of the
respond with the promisethat the 68.2% average of the entire sets-and build it painlessly, er's Day. the late
"next year" they would all Naval Establishment.IT through payroll deductions. You They Part-
meet again at NAS Jax. IS INTERESTING to note never miss the money you never and help a benign
( ) e d
see! by the g
With
that they separated as a that the Charleston Naval Ship- satire,
group and strolled off singly or yard, with 7,194 employees, has ville at
corporation
there "sure" thing? That Memorial
Is
in pairs to revisit former haunts, 94.7% participation in the Sav- a
glad indeed of the opportunityand ings Bond Program via the Pay- depends! But there's one thing The company
on-and it's will be proxy
welcome you can depend as
extended to them roll Savings Plan.
and when it sure as you're born. The best wives
sorry to
came an
end, at least for this year. The advantages of Savings way to get ahead tomorrow i is bers VP-18, is
invest-
4 Bonds are manifold-the to plan for it-by saving through one of
ment is absolutely secure; the Hunt, of
Set Planning :Meetings U. SSavings Bonds. man, EV
small amounts saved regularly VFP-62, plays "Mark Jenkins," as
For Brownie Troop mount up to a sizable sum aver :. office assistant. The latter ap-

All Brownie Mothers are requested a period of years; bonds lost, r rrR peared earlier this year in "The
to be present for a meet- stolen or destroyed are replaced; ? r Ponder Heart," while Solimeno
ing to discuss re-organization and the interest rate has recently recently won the Theatre's award
Plans for Station Brownies dur- been increased. for the best supporting actor of
ing the next year. PROBABLY MOST important, the season for his work in "Born
Mothers of Brownies in the the individual is buying a sharein Yesterday" and "Picnic.,
fourth grade will meet at the America-and thereby taking Gary Safford, also of VFP-C2,
Brownie Hut, Building 612, at part in maintaining a firm econ- Is in charge of the lighting for
0930 in this country. the production, having been active
Tuesday, May 28. Mothersof omy '
third grade Brownies will meetat The Series "E" Bond maturesin r ) I1WI backstage in several produc

the Brownie Hut at 0930 on eight years and eleven months, tions.
Thursday, May 30. giving an .overall interest returnof The play will be presented
For further information, call 3'/.% when held to maturity. : nightly at 2030 through June 4
Mrs. R. H. Smith, at extension The longer you hold them, the at the Little Theatre on San
302. better they get. Get on the band- Marco Boulevard



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Brown, Bishop, Bondy In .. 'Coop' Wields



I NAS Softball SpotlightIt's v {r ytrr Big CrackerjaxAnn Bat For




been said that one good pitcher is the foundationof

'any Softball team and that's the case this season with at Cooper, veteran Cracker-

least three entrants_In Mainside intramural competition. Sax first baseman, leads the clubat

League-leading VP-18, Dispensary the plate with a .600 mark going
and Communications are FAW-11, 23.13, and NARTU into the final first half City

hogging the spotlight, thanks In dropped FAETU, 6-4. League game.

the main to respective twirlersEd Only a smattering of activityhad "Coop" has garnered 6 hits in

Brown, Earl Bishop and been reported from games 10 trips to the plate. Close behindis

Benard Bondy.DEPLOYMENT. played early this week. In one of ab,9 Sophia Sayatovich and Diane

idled VP-18 these contests, Dispensary earnedits 8 S. Hicks, both with .583 marks.

last week, and the Patrolmen's eighth straight win by dropping -
k'k'xd Hicks
in addition, is the
chief threats each captured a VFP-62, 12-8. *
pitcher that has led Jax Navy's
brace of victories in last week'splay.
Wave aggregation to' a .-1 mark

in league play to date.
downed Personnel Results Top SecretIn
Dispensary ; 4
The
Crackerjax had an important -
9-% and tripped VF-173 7-4 with
NAS Links LoopThe tilt with Dependable

Bishop hurling creditable ball. 14 team Mainside Intramural Electric's undefeated crew last
Communications remained
knotted in the league's second Golf League is head EVERDODY HITS Shu ford Tucker, one of VP-16's big night. No results were available.
ing into the third week of men with the stick, slams another hit Into left field In a free- Should'the Crackerjax win,
spot by trimming Special Services competition but, aside from a swinging game with FAW-11 last week In Mainside intramural both clubs would have to play
18-1, and defeating VAH-3, Softball competition. VP-16's Patrolmen won the game, M-1S, to rained
schedule issued at onset of out to decide the
games
72. Bondy got credit for both remain In sixth place. Catcher Is G. J. Guisti, while the umpire is
would have first half champion.
wins. play, one no way unidentified.
of knowing the loop was in Dependable's lassies would
FIRST TRIPLE of the
play
progress.No claim possession of the crown by
year was turned in by Person. results have been issued .5 1. defeating the Crackerjax in last
nel the pencil pushers rackedup :
as on competition to date. It's AIR night's tilt.Meanwhile.
their first win of the a JAX
year .
urgently requested to have 'SPORTS the NAS Civilian
16-0 victory over hapless Special teams turn in results to either Women continued to wallow in
Services.
Special Services or the Jax NEWSAGO the doldrums. A scheduled game
VW-4 from
got good pitching
Air News. I'. with State Farm Monday was
J. C. Turner and drubbed FAE-
Golfers participating in this called off.
TU 5-2. Loser A. R.
was Shelley.
circuit deserve recognition accorded The Civilians have not tasted
Hospital got on the win path
partakers of other intramural victory in four games and hold a
with a 8-3 verdict School
FAW-11
over
competition.Such CapturesFirstHalf lock on the cellar spot.CL4.CKY.&lAX .
but then fell before Fasron 109,
is not however
I possible, CAPERS

75. until results are announced Player ft Aft ItPetHeysiovch .
Fasron Six shunted Supply to and standings for S-Ball TitleDowning Cooper, lb 4 10 6 .600
the sidelines, grabbing a close : a 12 7 :.53
mulated. : ct 12 1 ;.5K.:
4-3 decision then dropped NAR- : the soflballers of Aviation Fundamentals Matters Bradshaw., ut.ss 4 1 18 2 7 1 .387.500

TU, 52.VFP62. School, 13-1, the Aviation Ground Officers nine concludedfirst Johnson, 2b 4 14 5 .357

SHOWED strength by half play in the NATTCenter Intramural Softball HIll Hudson art., 3b c 4 3 11 13 3 3 .273.231

carving out an 18-2 win over vp-I League with a mark of 14 wins and no losses. Carpenter Buck, It rt : 15 f 3 2 ,.222 aHarnoli

16 and decisioning VF-173 HAS SOFTBALL Zeff Lazarus pitched all the I :3b 2 8 1 .125
Dick Hukka hit two two homers Hanson c 1:1 0 .000
well-played tilt, 31. way for the Ensigns, against AV- -- 4Officers ..
In other games last week, Fas SLATETh Fund, while Bob Naab was the and Frank Officer another as

ron 109 drubbed FAWTU, 8.1: hitting star. Emery Belcher hurled NAWS. to Wives Hold

VP-16 eked out an 8-7 win over Mir IS a 10.2 win over AvFund.
Alb(>marle 1613 FAKTU vs 'VF.173 THE SUPPORT Splinters Final standing for tint round play. Mixed Golf Event
FAETU; Operations trimmed Yorktown 1615 Per. v. Hocp. drubbed the hapless Aviation
NATTC 1M SOFTBALL
FAWTU 8.1 blanked Enterprise 110 VP-1 VI Comm.
; Supply Enterprise liH5 NAKTU viMoaday FAWTU Storekeepers nine, 22-2, behind AGO School 14 0 The Officers Wives monthly
FAETU, 4-0 VP-16 downed AE School 12 2
; May tT the no-hit slants of Charles NAWS School R 6 Mixed Two-Ball golf event was
Albemarle 1615 Fas. 103 vs Supply Richards. MarAvDet 7 7SupSpllnters
Yorktown 1615 vs VA114Comm. : 6 7 held Sunday at the NAS golfcourse.
How They Stand Saratoga; 1615 IJfP. vs Marion Lee cast himself in a AvVund School 5 8 .
Enterprise heal VW.4 vs Sp. Ser. AO School 2 12
Lnterprlae UH5 FAETU E'AW'TU supporting role for the Splinters AK: School 1 13 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stewartwon
MaadiDJ'i through May 17 4 .
Team W ). VK :PA Tuesday, May 18 hitting two homers. the first flight while Mr.

VP18Dispensary 7 6 op 4l7J 72 2Y Albemarle Yorktown 1615 1615 FAETU Vf'P62'I vs Peri.011111. The Aviation Electricians secured Ample Baseball Fare and Mrs. Bob Taylor took second

Commun. 7 1 : 30 Saratoga 1615 VP-18 vs VP-16 second place when they place honors. Low gross was won
Fosron Six 6 2 71 51 Enterprise 1HOO! Fas. vs Honp.Oper.. At Local Ball YardA
VFP-62 5 2 51 28 Enterprise 19-15 Supply vs dropped MAD, 112. George Summers by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tefft, with

VP-1G Operations 5.3 3 2 74 3H 88 22Supply Medaeiday, May It was credited with the win generous share of baseball Ison Bob Cooney and Mrs. Taylor tak-

VI.173 I : f 31 51 36 21 Albemarle Yorktown 1615 1615 Comm Jlo P. vs vs VP-16 VKP-C2 while Paul Harvey fared well at hand for personnel in this ing closest to pin.

VW-4 .3.3 30 42 Saratoga 115 VA1I-3 vs VW-4 the plate.IN I area next week as the Jackson In second flight competition,
VA1MFnsron 3:1: 38 35 Enterprise: 1WW FAWTUvs VP-18 I first
place went Mr.
to and Mrs.
109 R : 3D 45 Enterprise 19-15 FAW-llvs NARTU MAKE-UP game MAD ville Braves return from a short
VA172: 1 1 :20 21 Tom McLenaghan, with Mr. and
Hospital .3 5 5.1 49 Friday, May St edged NAWS, 7-6, Kern Rutgerson road trip. ,
NARTUFAWTU 2 6 42 78 Albemarle 1615 'TKu! vs VW-4 getting the win. Lawrence The Sally League Class A Mrs. Alex Urquhart hot on their
41 50 Yorktown 1615 Faa.109 heels for
FA W.I 2 6 3''!) 102 Saratoga 1615 Oper, v. VFP-62 Dolan and Ray Kiesling did some Braves face Columbus in a four- second place honors.
PersonnelFAKTU 1 7 4H! 81 I Enterprise: 1800 Peri vs Jo'A W.ll Jack Grayson was closest to the
0 4 6 22 Enterprise 1M3! Sp. Ser vs Fas. 6 timely hitting for MAD. game stand Monday through
Spec. Ser. 0 8 35 121 Wednesday.A pin.R.
Tuesday doubleheader gets E. Reed and Mrs. J. C. Platt

underway at 1830 with single turned in the longest drive in the
Center Golf ,
Loop>> first flight while Tom McLena-
games on the other dates startingat
Paced By AGOThe o a 2000. ghan and Mrs. Jonell Folansky
I were the big guns in second flight
Macon, Karl Spooner and all,
linksmen of Aviation I play.
comes in for a five-game setto
Ground Officers School moved i s .
Thursday-Sunday. A double bill
into first in the i Capt. Ferguson
place NATTCenter is scheduled Saturday evening.Sunday's Snags

week.Intramural Golf League last I I tilt gets underway at Blind Bogey TourneyCapt.

NATTC in COI.P + .' E, 1500. Harry Ferguson capturedthe
A(7() School 17 7 k, !s Servicemen are admitted to the weekend Blind
Bogey whenhe
AK AvFund School School 15 8U baseball park at reduced rates, fired
14V& 9H a 92 with a 15 stroke
MarAvDet n 11 s showing
upon ID card. Civilian
handicap to bring his
SupSpllnters 13 11 score to
vAlrWeai c TM 11U # clothes can be worn. the charmed number 77.
AO School ,
10 14 .
AK School 1% 22%
Comdr. R. II.
Mirlon took
second -
--4.. Novelty Shoo! On Tap place honors with a 75.
Civilian Men's Softball
For Freelancers Prizes were awarded the win-
Team Issues Call ,

More players are needed to fill The Jax Navy Freelance Bow-

the ranks of the NAS Civilian hunters held their weekly intra- ners.SPORTS

Men's Softball team which hopesto f p eyt. squad shoot last Sunday with

enter organized competition ina d i nr Bill Henry grabbing top honors

few weeks. 0 with a score of 505. SCHEDULEWeek

Practice sessions are being held Following Henry were Dill

Tuesday and Thursday eveningsat Weatherby (487)), Rose Wilson of May 23-29

1630 with Saturday practiceset ((457), and James Casey (442). Baseball: Jax Navy vs Donald.

for 0900 each week. 1j({ F E The Freelancers will hold a 28- son AFB, home, May 24-25; Fliers:

All workouts are being held at NIFTY NAVY NETTERS Recent victors over Stetson and target novelty shoot on Sunday, vs. Glynco Navy, away, May 27-

Willow Branch Park. Auburn, the Jax Navy tennis team will Journey to Pensacola next May 26, at 130 on the NATTCenter 28, tentative.

Anyone interested in trying out month to participate in the Sixth Naval District Tennis Tonrnament. range. AH visitors are wel- Swimming: Mainside intramural

for the team should contact Joe Members include, (kneeling) left to right: Mike Babcock come, and are advised that in this meet, Mainside Pool May 29.
VIMS; Roger McDonald, VFP-42, and Henry North VFP-62. Rear,
Baxley at ext. 232 or report to Hunter Bell NATTCenter; Bill Lyons, NATTCenter. and Jim kind of shoot anything: can hap- Golf: Jax Navy vs. NAS San-

any of the practice sessions. Brown,VP-18. pen. ford, away, May 24.



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23 May 1957
JAX AIR NEWS Page 7



I 1 : Last. Shot Fired In



Of Rifle-Pistol TournamentAn



An aviation machinist mate first class, Bill :Mellon,

a... of host Jax Navy, won individual honors in the Sixth Naval
District Rifle and Pistol Tourney here last week. (

w.t: '. ,. :,:.. Mellon, small arms instructorat ton, 513; L. A. Lietner, NAS Key

r" ,:y':...... NAS Jax and mainstay of the West, :512; N. P. Walters, NS

: f : t pAI Station's rifle and pistol squads, Key West, 509; C. L. Alexander, ,

... ." $ started things with a 441 score NS Key West, 508, and R. V. Os-

....,. out of a possible 500 in individualrifle burn, NAS Key West, 507.
last at
shooting Tuesday TilE RIFLE team will be composed *

t" Camp Blandinfi. of: Mellon, 441; M. L. Golden

TilE NEXT DAY, Mellon paced NB Clarksville, Tenn., 440;

his Jax Navy mates to second A. E. Pidde, NS Charleston, 368;

B- place in rifle team firing, finish W. S. Todd, Mayport Navy, 356;

:>. ing behind Mayport Navy. V. D. Brat, NAS Cecil, 352; H.

-,,-_. '"".,."...... _.1'._ The dead-eye marksman tallieda W. Schmid, NAS Sanford, 340;
!*\fA YPORT WINS RIFLE' TROPHY Majport Navy's rifle squad captured the Siitlf Naval Dlstrict 215 mark, highest among men A. D. Waldron, Jax Navy, 330;
rifle team championship traveling trophy during firing I in the 6NI meet last week at Camp competing in the five-team shoot. W. J. Mindykowski, May'port
I lUandinp. Presenting the attractive trophy to the winning team is Comdr. Robert II. Smith, NAS The tourney moved to pistol Navy, 328; R. S. Miller, NAS
Jax executive officer. Accepting trophy Is CIIBOSN
Charles Downs. Other team members are rear firing at the NAS range the Sanford, 327; P. E. Keil, NAS
left to right) Bernard Snyder, A03, William Todd, PHI, James Williams YN1 and William Mindy'kowski
AC1.Volleyball. I latter part of the week, followedin Sanford, 327, and J. E. Williams,
earnest by the Jax Navy Mayport Navy, 324.

sharp-shooter. A bulky 41 man field fired in
Squad Splash Meet He paced individual firing in individual pistol competitionwhile

this event too, registering a 25 participants entered

Finishes FourthIn : a. Set May 29 score of 532 out of a possible 600. rifle shooting.
NAS KEY WEST snared the
TilE REGIONAL teams were
National Meet Y At NAS PoolFifth pistol team championship by picked from the top men in in-
r posting a steady 1016 out of a dividual firing plus alternates.
possible 1200. NAS Cecil took
lap in the current Main. Team matches did not figure in
The Jax Navy volleyball squad, the runner-up spot with 923x
h selecting a Regional squad
ninth-ranked in national stand- + side Iron Man Trophy race be- 1200.

ings, placed fourth in the Mil- comes a reality at 1330 Max 29 An eleven man rifle team has Trophies were awarded individuals

itary division of the National ,, when NAS and fleet units vie been chosen to represent 6ND in I placing onetwothreeand
i
Volleyball Tournament at Mem- for intramural swimming honorsat Regional firing next month at traveling silverware was

phis, Tenn., recently. }. ,.. .. vi the Norfolk. An eight man pistol presented to winning and run-
Mainside pool.
ner-up teams.
In Open competition, Jax Navy squad was also selected.
didn't fare quite as well, althoughthe Unlike other sports competition Regional pistol team membersand Capt. William S. Harris, NAS

club did place ninth in the on*the Mainside docket, the tank their qualifying scores for Jax commanding officer, was

37 team field. meet is a one-shot affair with the Regional are: J. F. Coshow, host for the week-long tourney.

'A participants competing individually NAS Key West, 516; Mellon, 532; Comdr. L. D. Campbell, NAS
IN A TIGIIT scramble for the
and in relay teams W. M. Benson, NAS Key West, Jax Special Services Officer,
Military toga, the Fliers missedthe WINS TROPHY William 514; E. C. Wheaton, NS Charles served as tournament director.
title by a mere game, fallingto I Mellon, ADI, Station small arms An organizational meeting will .
Ellington Air Force Base of instructor, is shown with trophy be held May 24 at 0930 in BuildIng t
he won for posting highest: individual 930 for all representatives of
Houston, Tex.Knotted .
in the I inksamnetlP
score recently units entered. All entries must be Marines VP-18
at one-game apiece, completed Sixth Naval District ,
Ellington's potent squad coppedthe Rifle Tourney. Mellon had a top received by that time. Try This One

rubber game from the Fliers.It mark of 441 out of a possible Swimmers will compete i in Keglers Wage
500. lie also took top honors in If getting in round of
a golf
pushed Jax Navy to fourth Individual shooting in the Dis- such events as 50-meter freestyle,
place.Ellington's. trict Pistol Meet. Mellon is a 50-meter breaststroke, 50-meter at your favorite links means I Hot DogFightSlipping
talented band of member of both 6ND Rifle and backstroke, 100-meter freestyleand arising at 0400 in order to get
Pistol teams which will compete started before the course is
spikers earlier captured the All- in the Atlantic Regional 150-meter individual. medley crowded, you might try the to second place, the
World Air Force title. next month at Norfolk. events.
layout at Ft. Richardson, Marines are no longer atop the
WITII AN EYE on the future,
Alaska. Mainside intramural

T. F. McGuckin,'Flier volleyball Fliers Play New Role; Due to Alaska's "midnightsun" loop as hard fighting VP-18 bowling again

coach, states that Jax Navy hopesto in the summer, you can leads the pack.
benefit from this year's ex- play until 2300 or start a

perience and earn the right for Win Three Of FourThe morning round at 0200. VA-172 overtook Special Serv-

another try at the Nationals.The During the longest days of ices in a heated battle for number

championship affair is stroke of the pendulum wavered in a different direction the year, Ft. Richardson golf- three position. ComFairJax re-

slated for sometime in 1958, at for the battle-scarred Jax Navy Fliers last week as ers play around the clock. mains in fifth place.In .

Scranton, Pa. the homelings played the role of aggressor in capturing The nine-hole course is last weeks play, Special

Jax Navy volleyballers travel three wins in four ramcs. America's northernmost layout Services was beaten by O&R Of-
-
ing to Memphis included: Buck It was a different club: from with grass greens. Itsnarrow ficers, 3 and 1, then lost to VW-
Callahan, team captain, AE the ragamuffin band of men that gle games tomorrow and Satur- fairways, averaging 365 yards, 4 12 by the same score.
encounter is set fora
day. Friday's
School; John Loper, AE School; answered opening day call as the 1600 beginning while the Satur- spell trouble for hooked or ComFairJax lost to Fasron 6

Jim Donnelly, AE School; Ben Fliers dumped Patrick Air Force day tilt will begin at 1430. sliced balls. (AFPS) "A", 3 and 1; Communications

Hall, VF-22; E. R. Winstead, VA- Base, 5-0 and 10-1, in a Mason overtook the Waves.__. 3_ and_n_ _L.

172; E. G. Byron, AE School, andD. Field stand Friday and Saturday. VAH-3 #2 defeated VA-44, 3

R. Brassfield, NAS. BRIAN IIUSSEY, strongarmedVP18 : ,. ,. .'., ,.. and 1; VA-44 then suffered another -

Also, H. Walker, VF-173; John hurler, unlocked his bag ., ., 3 and 1 loss to VW-4 #1.
Mieir, SAWS School B. G. ; <,: : ';
; tricks in tossing
of pitching a ... Operations won, 3 and 1, over
: "
Smith, VW-4; W. W. Smith, man- neat six-hit whitewash job in the MARTD, VFP-62 downed VAII-3

ager, AE School, and McGuckin. opener. il, 3 and 1, then beat VW-4 #1

Hussey, experiencing a few by the same score. ,

FLIERS' FARINGS shaky moments in the early Standing at of May 20.
frames, settled down and got VIMS <.(e 14
At,1'.1**" Von- r: ab. t tb rbl .vr. MAIITD 41 15
Wright. 21>-11 f 17 7 5 7 3 .412: stronger as the innings rolled on. VA-172 '24 15
UPy1", P 3 3 1 0 1 0 .333 IN SATURDAY'S tilt, the <, Spwlal' Service :iO W!O
Molnar. p 4 6 2 0 2 1 .333 Com Jax :35 21
Rodgeri, 3b 20 75 21 8 25 13 .:.!HO Fliers got away to an early lead Kan on lua ;i 19 2
JankunH. p-lb 14 43 12 5 12 3 .279 Operation. !* yj
i5 .' c 7 17 4 3 4 1 .235 repeating their Friday performance VF'P 62 -C" 37 $ .
''bben.' cf 19 60 14 5 21 11 .233 of scoring twice in the first V&71 %% <*
JeMnt, M 22 92 20 13 28 5 :.217
Mingle, n.ib g 19 4 5 5 2 .211 jnning. oRon r, 35 :29
Safer, cf 13 61 11 8 17 12 .180 VW.4 N2 37 :31
Matyiak. c 11 24 4 4 4 1 .167 They picked up three more: in FA W-11 :30 :26
Freese, P-* 561010 :.167 the second, four in the fourth V AU.J 12 :31 :Tu
Allgood, rt 13 50 7 4 8 6 .140 Dlipt-rnwry 28 u;
Iuaaer( P 8 11 1 1 1 1 .(W inning and finished with a singleton lfo { "l 24 m
Churchill, rf 8 27 0 2 0 0 ..0001'avey frame."Red" VK-17J 27 ni
in the eighth VA-44
p 33010 0 .000 -ft :U
VW.41 2", :?
ritcher r I In h r w I p't. Mingle yielded seven taxron 6 "A" 27 43
IlusKcy f 23 17 2 1 .6 7 hits to the losers, all well spaced VAH-3 il 2\ l0
Jo'"*** 4 101/3 7 3 1 1 :.500 Communication 22 38
via the
I'avey 2 11 13 9 0 0 .000 and set down eight yl VKP-62 "S" 20 40
MlnKl 5 37 34 15 1 3 .333 strikeout route. Waves fAcers 13 49
Jankunli 7 53 63 45 2 5 .286 ri1 it 49:
nouxseln 3 12 19 20 0 2 .000) THE FLIER warclubs rained 4 .
Molnar 3111/31315 0 2 .000 A had
crooner made
potent power in a 12-4 clobbering $150,000

"So you're the young man with of Hunter Air Force Base last ,,during the course of the year,

both feet on the ground, eh?" Tuesday at Savannah.Don 'and someone remarked with
said the prospective fatherinlaw. Cole bested Jax Navy's HOMER HITTERS Two batters NATTCenter Intramural some awe that this was more

"What do do for a living Russ Bouxsein in posting a 4-1 Softball League pitchers hate to see step to the plate are Jack than the President makes.
you
?" Hunter win Wednesday. Sipes (left) of AGO School, and Marlon Lee, of the Support Splin- "Naturally," ". h rug ged the
ters. Thus far In the season, Sipes has connected for the circuit
"I take orders from a man Donaldson Air Force Base eight times In 14 games. Lee has the same number of four-base crooner. "He can't sing "worth a
with both feet on the desk." comes in to Mason Field for sin- blows, coming In 13 games. darn." c






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u"With ''. I New Lightweight Green To Replace Marines' Khaki mmmm

.1
I
. Khakis for Marines are on the new greens. It will take at least quarters in the Arlington Annex I For Rent

1 way out. five years before all Marines will in Washington will be testwearI I 2-bdrm. Unfurn. Duplex Apt.

be the ing the new green'attire this sum Lakeshore. $75 mth. Mrs. Cox,
wearing new lightweight
New greens are scheduled to replace EV 9-0234.

khaki as service and liberty greens. Present stocks of khakis mer.The new uniform consists of a 3-bdrm. House, 2 baths. Venetia.

uniform during the summer must be used up before the greensare green coat, green trousers, green Coulter Ext. 8497 or EV 7-

months. finally adopted as the new cap cover, khaki shirt and khaki 3017.

But Marines will not be ableto uniform. necktie. Material is of dacron- 2-bdrm. Waterfront Bungalow

rush down today to get their Leathernecks attached to head- wool. Furnished. Ortega. $90 mth,

Mrs. Moody, EV 9-8538.

Furn. Duplex Apt. 3 rooms and
TheToastmasteis Anti-sub ForcesTo
bath 5940 Wesconnett Blvd.

Mrs. Oakley, EV 8-6362.

Be ExpandedSoon 1-bdrrn. Furnished Apt. $45 mth

1115 N. Lane Ave. Mrs. Pike,
IIarv Harvillc was the toast- In AtlanticThe EV 7-6056.

master at last Thursday's meet- Working mother will share home

ing of the Mar-Nav Easy-7 toast- with family or couple. Refer

masters heldat the CPO Club. Navy's antisubmarineforces r ences. 1060 Congleton Terrace
in Atlantic will
waters be
Bob Gelles presented table Mrs. Goodin, EV 7-4879.
topics. Speakers were the Area expanded under a reorganization 2-bdrm. Furnished House. $75
announced Adm. Jerauld
by
Governor Bob Larson, who spokeon mth. 5934 South Firestone. Mrs
Parliamentarian Procedures. Wright, Commander-in-Chief, At. Wheat, EV 9-7504
1 lantic Fleet.
Roy Suberly spoke on Your Mon- 2-bdrm. Waterfront home. Riverside

ey; Howard Heck on Security; A new command known as the 2 baths, 2 car garage. $200

Ed Gottlieb on Means of Com- Anti-Submarine Defense Force, ViM per mth. on lease Adults. EL

munication and Paul Reeves on built around the present "sub- ; x.: 5-6530.
killer" organization in the Atlantic rwi ;
First Impressions are Lasting. ( For Sale
k'
Don Muller was general eval- will be formed before July 1. t4Z 3-bdrm. House. 4751 Cardinal

uator for the meeting. Roy Su The enlarged antisubmarinefleet Place, Lakeshore. Low equity.

berly was selected as the best will be raised from a two- : Riccio, EV 4-1177.

speaker for the week. to a three-star command with ; : 3bdrm. House, 2 baths. Oak

\. A few vacancies remain open Vice Adm. Frank Watkins reliev- Hill section. Dardar, Ext. 224:!

due' to transfers. Any E-7 interested ing Rear Adm. F, M. Hughes, who 2-bdrm. House 4314 Garibaldi

''I in becoming a toastmaster will become commandant of the Ave. Boerner, EV 9-5585.

is cordially invited to attend any Fifth Naval District. 3-bdrm. House. 5418 Cain Lane
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Admiral Watkins' primary mis- (Paxton Center). Fetters EV
f Thursday meeting or to contact OBSERVES FIFTH YEAR Attack Squadron 104, winner of ,
Chief Ilarville at Extension 423. sion will be to increase Atlantic the 1956 Air Force Atlantic Fleet Efficiency: "E" for propeller- I 4-2004.

defenses against enemy subma- driven attack squadrons, observed its fifth anniversary: last week. .3bdrm. House, 2 baths. 5749
rines, including the seaward extension Comdr. Jack N. Durio, skipper, commemorated the occasion by: Cedar Park Lane, Lakeshore
The 177th meeting of Sax Navy of the radar early congratulating James Marshall, ADS, (left) and Lester Ware, ADC, Vollmer, EV 76019.
warn-
.
Toastmasters was held in the the squadron's only: two plank-owners. Since commissioning, the 3bdrm.
Oriental Room of the "O" Club ing line stretching across the top squadron has an overall five year aircraft availability: of 85 per- House, Boyer, 52C5
of the continent. AFPS) cent and an average of 96 percent for two Med cruises. Royce Ave. Hillcrest.
last Thursday noon with sixteen --S. 3-bdrm. House. 6335 Bartholf

members ent. and three guests pres- Auto InsuranceCont. All Four Services To Have Ave.Moore Cedar, EV 9-0730.Hills. Low equity.


\ Table-topic master Vince An- 3-bdrm. House. $995 equity.
( from Page 1))
ania created some confusion by Uniform Overseas ToursA Glass, EV 8-4663.
state but available
, assigning Lcdr. Rich the agency,
Clancy 1940 18' Schult House Trailer.
I a topic "What I Like About the through any insurance, company recent Defense Department directive establishes uniform top livable condition $375

, Marine Corps," then giving licensed in the State of Florida. : overseas tours to the "maximum practical extent" for military per- cash. Newsom, 2855 Ionic Ave-
"ASSIGNED RISK" plan insurance sonnel of all four services.
Major Mal Maloney, XO of the nue, Ortega.
is administered the
Marine Air Detachment the job by The order, signed by Secretaryof MiscellaneousRider
Florida Assigned Risk Plan military personnel, accompaniedor
of "What I Don't Like About the Defense Charles E. Wilson,
Western Union Building, Jack- joined by dependents in "de- wanted to West Coast
also restrictions
Marine
Corps. tightens on
sonville. All insurance companiesin sirable overseas locations," will Leaving June 6. Contact All-
Toastmaster Rich did an out- travel and privileges of "ineligible" top, Ext. 748.
Florida are members and applications be 36 months. Subject to the approval -
standing job of introducing the may be obtained Trom dependents overseas with of the separate services, Riders wanted. Riverside, Lake-

four speakers; Dave Beesley any of them. servicemen, but authorizes serv- this tour may be voluntarily extended shore to NAS. Air Cond. car
ice 'families of all Armed
speaking on "The Sea-Going Dip- Each application must be accompanied the by individuals to a "nor- Darby, Ext. 8406, or EV 8-5917.
Forces unless otherwise disap- ...
lomat, Rudy Branum evaluating"Sea ----
by a $25 deposit, mal maximum" of four years.
Power," Colonel Timm's"The proved by the Secretary, to be
Big Lick and Promise which is later applied to the present in any area where dependents TOURS OF LESS than 36 DependentsContinued
premium and the application is
Boom and Woodside's are permitted. months will be established for remote -
Woody forwarded to the Florida Assigned ( from Page 1)
dissertation on "Uncapped and UNDER THE NEW directive, or isolated areas. Such
the Two You's." Risk Plan. overseas time will be computedby tours will be uniform for per- office having custody of their
0 The state agency then assignsthe the method throughoutthe sonnel of all the services at the service records. DD Form 1172
application to a member insurance .same will be submitted
Five services. same station. This normally will directly to
speeches, including one by
company that is requiredby not be less than 12 months. Chief of Naval Personnel, Wash.
Comdr. R. II. Woodside, memberof
Duty outside the United States
law to issue a policy to the ington, D. C.
the Navy Jax Toastmasters, applicant. Premiums under this will begin on the day of de- The service ordinarily havingthe

who was a guest, featured Tuesday -I plan depend upon the applicant'sage parture from the U. S. and will greatest number of person- Military dependents Identification

night's session of the Navy' previous accident record and end with the day of return on a nel in an area will determine the Card (DD Form 730)) will
1 Civilian Toastmasters. not be honored after June 30. All
other factors influencing his risk permanent change of station. exact length of duty tours
Andy Planey spoke on "Is degree. The "standard" tour of duty for through agreement with the personnel should have their DD-

Television Entertainment Free?"; I other services.As 1171 applications processed priorto
that date.
Walt Stanul on "Battle of Gettys
estab-
the policy was
burg"; Bill Clearman, "Where Do /-fFqrt (g1Jf10'i11lCllfE' lished to insure new that "acceptable NAS Jax Inst. 1750.2 gives detailed -

We Go From Here";; Gordon patterns" of American living will information about the

King, "Poor Pop," and Comdr.Woodside's r, .fi1) pF be enjoyed by servicemen and forms and how they arc to be

address was en OI their families wherever they processed. ...
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titled "Uncapped and the Two a1
Yous." 9l I\\ may serve, commanders have

.., Nearly 4,000 children been directed to make every Services
,
Ernie Newberg as master died in fires last year. Of "reasonable" effort to minimize
evaluator headed a panel of (Continued from Page 1))
these, 1,300 were result of periods of forced separation.
evaluators comprised of Rod A directly in the office of the
I parents leaving children ALSO AS A matter of policy,
Pinney, Mike Cascone, Leonard } unattended or in hands of those serving outside the U. S. JAG; a new procedure on bad
Eubanks, Ray Datres, and Dom sitters. check offenses, giving the defendant
incompetent baby
I will be permitted shorter toursof
Worsowicz. -* five days to make goodon
Do you leave your chil- duty to reduce family separa-
Lawton Green presided as a bad check; cut out much of
bJ 1 dren unattended?
Toastmaster with Thad Wilkinson L tion.When the paper work by providing a
as topic master. .. 1.- Do you brief your baby military personnel bring verbatim transcript'of trials and

4 .5- sitter, and your older chil- their families overseas at their numerous proposals of a techni

Johnson Awarded AE dren, on these points?: own expense without authorization cal nature.

Graduation Honors ((1)) Method of opening such dependents will be Summing up, Major General A

windows and releasing : given only those services and M. Kunfeld, assistant JAG of the
Melvin R. Johnson, AEMAN, screens. privileges to which they are en-
Air Force, who is slated to han-
of Minneapolis, Minn., was the ((2)) Fire and police tele- titled by law-specifically in- dle the bill for Defense, said;

honor student of .last week's phone numbers. cluding medical attention. "The amendments are designedto
graduating class at Aviation Elec- .
((3)) Nearest fire alarm require less time, less people,
trician's Mate School Class A at box and how it operates. "I see you've given up teach- but just as much justice."

NATTCenter. ((4)) Where you can be ing your wife to drive." ---- S...

Johnson, who entered the Navyin located. "Yes, we had an accident. The words "In God We Trust"were

July, 1956, has been assignedto ((5)) Where- the flashlight "I told her to release her clutch engraved on pennies for the

Air Early Warning' Squadron 'Is can be found in case and she took her hands off the benefit of those who use them

15, Patuxent River, Md. of power failure. wheel." for fuses.