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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: June 6, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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 ii Dress Whites Bring Mixed ReactionLack j


of buttons on the cuffs cuffs with white stripes, similar adoption of the new uniform
h t and blue dye that fades under to the dress blue jumper. would be a "backward" step

the strong bleaches requiredfor TESTS WILL continue anywajr, and what is most

/vt1 white uniforms are revealed throughout the summer, but needed Is a modern up-to-date

in early reports as the Navy already is seeking an uniform. Others, however, re-
drawbacks to approval of the improved, fast blue dye, so tain a real affection for the ; J

I new dress whites now being far without success, and cuffs historic "old-fashioned" uni-

tested by Navy men. are certain to have buttons if form.
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The new uniform has a the new dress whites are accepted As example, 86% percentof
white lumper with blue collar as standard. the Atlantic Fleet men and

with white stripes and bluehiTTthi Some enlisted men feel that (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 4)


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ChristeningThe

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b Bluejackets' Inn, enlisted
men's club at NAS Jax, r

was officially reopened in impressive -
LONG JAUNT Brian Ainsworth, PIIAN, attachedto
VFP-62. sits astride his trusty highway companion, a motor ceremonies before a
scooter. Ainsworth recently completed a 1,400-mile) tour on the large crowd Friday.The .
scooter through 13 states and the District of Columbia. Ills trip club, closed several weeks
ended at NAS Jax from a starting point at Claremont, N. II. His for repairing and remodeling, has :':.""':": '.'>','.. .... .'
gas bill amounted to $3.10.
been renovated completely from \

1,400 Mile Trek On Scooter stem CAPT.to stern.WILLIAM S. %Harris,

NAS Jax commanding officer,

Made By VFP-62 AirmanA snipped a green ribbon at 1800

and from then on, a packed a I ., a b t 3 {
variety of travel conveyances have been used by Navy men gathering enjoyed an evening of 1raa < "
when reporting to new duty stations. drinks and F x
dancing, relaxing free. _
s _ _
But the recent, mode of travelof I birth of a national publicationand food. I L
a photographer's mate airman inspected Life's photographic As an added attraction, "suds" n 1. a,

who reported to NAS Jax last laboratory, one of the most mod- were free for the first hour.
month apparently will set a record -i labs of its type in The spacious new ballroom, ALL'S WELL HERE Capt William S. Harris, (right) NAS
for its uniqueness. ern equipped sporting one of the finest dance lax: commanding officer, gives a big smile as he cuts the ribbonto
the world. officially open The Bluejackets' Inn, newly remodeled enlisted
IT motor scooter. floors, got its initial trial wlt'the men's club. Attending the ribbon left to
HE DID on a Arriving in the nation's capitolon -cutting ceremony were,
Brian Ainsworth, PHAN, attached March 23, Ainsworth was immediately music of Charlie Spivak's right, Ken Dunaway, AQ1, president of the Board of Governors;
Photographic orchestra providing terpsichorean Bette Orlando, FN3, who received a $25 check from Capt. Harris
to Light ] given a $17 speeding for her winning entry in the contest to name the EM club; Susie
Squadron 62, began his journey ticket for throttling his snazzy accompaniment. Helman, PN2, member of the Advisory Group; Al Kennedy, DK1.
from his hometown of Claremont, (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) WITH TilE cutting of the rib- Board member; John Kozak, PN1, secretary of the Board, andCapt.
N. H. lIe traveled 1400 miles to bon, Capt. Harris presented a $25 Harris. See other pictures on page 5.

the "sunshine state" in ten days.This I check to Bette Orlando, PN3,

time also included stopovers WEEKEND TIDE who suggested the monicker"Bluejackets' Absorbs

in New York and Washing-I HIGH LOW the club. Inn" as a name for Comptroller

ton. PM AM PM
AM In a short address, Capt. Harris -
"The temperature was 25 degrees Fri. 3:58 9:28 10:12
3:15'
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said, "I hope that you'll enjoy
and it had NAS Fiscal
above zero Sat. 4:16 4:55: 10:22 11:09 Department
using this club as much as 'I've .
snowed four to six inches on the Sun. 5:15: 5:49: 11:14:
morning of March 21 when I (Please turn to Pare 5, CoL; 1) I
left," Ainsworth related. That Effective July 1, the NAS Jax Fiscal Department will be absorbed -

night he stopped in Danbury, in a Comptroller Organization established by the Secretaryof
miles. "I the Navy at Naval aeronautical shore activities meeting two of
Conn., a distance of 225 +'
was so numb I couldn't feel any- ___1 v '. three criteria, namely:

thing," he said. r R 1. Employ 400 or more civilians jective program performance

TilE NEXT day took him overBear analysis; provision for accountingand
Mountain Bridge to Morris- 2. Hold annual aviation allot- disbursing service, and main-

town, Pa., where he stored his ment of $3 million or more in tenance of a program of internal
scooter and took a train into New the A, B, C and E series.
(Please turn to Page 8, Col.5)
York City. t Y I 7. Have a plant property valueof
No stranger to the "big town," $20 million or more.
a letter of introduction from I Relief
John Titchcn, famous Associated INCLUDING NAS Jacksonvilleand Navy

Press photographer and member ,. NAS Cecil Field, there are

of the staff of the Claremont ::-" /', s 25 qualifying activities in the Fund Drive
2 .
Daily Eagle, opened the magic ; Navy.

portals of Life Magazine to Ains- :': The whole purpose of the

worth. merger is to improve the business Ends TodayA
:: of aeronautical activities
Here he witnessed the weekly : operation
Il
: : :: : .:' by means of a well organizedand
ID Card Deadline ; well staffed unit which will month-long campaign to
W" raise funds Relief
for the Navy
:
provide factual< information relative -
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Extended To Dec 31 : .:.:0.':., ..,,.., ......,1:; ILIIAC to the financial affairs of Society comes to a close today,

Deadline for issuing the new ..t...(>::" the activity. To put it simply, the with a last-minute appeal madeto
those who have not yet answered
dependent's uniform identification Comptroller Organization will
the call.
and privilege card has perform all the vital services of
financial management. Operated as all other cam.
been extended from June 30 to
within the federal establishment
December 31, 1957.Authorization BROKEN DOWN, the unit will paigns
- for the changewas be headed by a Comptroller and -on a "truly voluntary"basisthe

mode by BuPers Notice charged with providing the com- Relief Society drive,
has solicited funds from the military .
1750 of May 8, 1957 which manding officer with technical
changed BuPers Inst. 1750.5A. guIdance and coordination in personnel, but Is accepting
,
: wAi. donations from civilian
r : employees
The Notice also detailed privil- budget formulatoin, preparationand
eges of "parents-in-law," resid. GRAND MARCH Under the crossed swords held aloft by execution; development of and friends of the Navy.
students of the Aviation Ground Officers School at NATTCenter "
"It's never too late, say 6f.
ing in the actual household of data collection systems for financial
file students and their guests from Jacksonville University. Occasion
members. of the Armed Forces. was the Military Dall held at the Officers' Club, May 24. progress reporting and ob- (Please turn to Page 8, Col.5)) '


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Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 6 June 1957Published


VA-176. VF-22, Fasron 6, ; B
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J1I1Dtufs ,After AdjutantOut 23A Scouting ; dnst:; I


regimental parade marked .
1 every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air I I
Station Jacksonville, Hortd the retirement last Friday at VA-176
NAB J eki..,HUCapt NATTCenter of Capt. Willis The "Thunderbolt" last week recently pinned on their JG(.
William S. Harris Commanding Officer bars, and P. J.
Corodr. Robert R Smith Executive Officer Fairley, USMC, after 23 years welcomed aboard Lcdr. George shed his Rodgers AEl, will
Fleet Air Zaeks.aville white hat in June
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell __ CommanderChief service. Edmondson; Lewis Altman, AO1; Chiefs uniform. for a
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. r....... -.. .. -.--- ol Staff Fairley, who reported aboard Warren Mann AA and Louis Di-

Capt. Sidney I S. Lawrence Fleet Air Wtar Klevem Commander the Center in January of this Pilla, AN.Reporting. I Space will not permit listing

Comdr. T. S. White (Chief of Staff year was serving as Adjutantof from the USS Tarawa I the many min who'll soon be
Naval Air TetkmleU TraUUc Cuter the Marine Aviation De- leaving VF-22, but special
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. Commanding Officer where he served as Flight thanks
Co 14r, Wilfred E. JrteUunanCapt Executive Officer tachment until the time of his Deck Officer, Lcdr. Edmondsonwill for their-leadership to B. S. Hall,

Benjamin) N. AhlCapt Nasal HwplUl Commanding Officer retirement. bethe new Operations Offi- AECA; A. J. Ferranti AECA; M,
___ __ Executive Officer Spark, ADCLAj
Marcy Shupp cer of VA-176. With his arrival, ; C. O. Bauer
WAHTU AO1 J. E.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ....,.... Commanding Officer I the "Thunderbolts" stand only ; Sjostrom AMI, and
Com dr, William E. Hardy __ Executive Officer Metals\ :Men On FDR C. J. Franklin ADI. To all those
I two shy of their assigned numberof
The JAX AIR NEWS U publlthed at the U. S. Naval Air Station. I Members of the American So- new pilots.Congratulations. leaving best of luck!
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with noivapproprUted funds
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS M5, J v. ciety for Metals will meet at 1730 to Chief Eu- Thanks and good luck also to
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Technical: Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the next Tuesday aboard the carrier gene Partington on shipping over Ltjg( ) Bauchspies and Ltjg( ) Joe
U. S. Naval }lo pltal. Vinti who will
Service Information Officer !.t. Dave Beesley Franklin D. Roosevelt at NAAS for six more years. Chief Partington report soon to Red
Managing Editor Andrew II. Pitney already has thirteen years Rippers at Cecil: Field.
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Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Kay Sutton; Jack Mayport. under his belt two of which he e
Holme, Fill; Lynn Weldman. J03; John Isbell. JOSN; lien Sylar. SA; Host for the meeting will be
has in the Maintenance Di- Fasron Six
rhyilla Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore. MIX spent
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Senfce.withoutthe Comdr. J. B. Howland, executive vision of VA-176. He is currently The Fasron Six softball team
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Re fftl1nted. of other officer of the FDR who will escort Electronics Chief. gain proved its mettle by win-
except t>y service publications Is prohibited without permission of
)Ec11tor SAX AIR NEWS. the group on an engineeringtour e e ning a close game- last week.. -_..
Editorial: offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension of the big flattop.' making its record 8-2.
R34. 216 or 8164.Audit _________" -- 11Furon 6
Ltjg( ) E. T. Smith, III, was released The longest standing permanent
Officer to inactive duty, where he. member of the squadron departedlast

will resume his educational en- Monday. Dr. Thomas Garman

Gets SecNav deavors at Harvard University. left his TAD duties at the Den.

z a ,. Leaving soon is ,Ltjg( ) B. R. tal Clinic at that time for the

Citation Stubbs, who will forsake his pri- "sandy shores" of Port Lyautey

mary duties involving flying for Morocco.

Lcdr. Donald A. Starr assistant study in preparation for a de- Another longtime member, Lt

officer-in-charge of the recently gree as Doctor of Dental Surgery.The (jg) Kenneth Boyer, also left last

established Navy Area Audit Office S Fasron Six roster was week on his way to the Training

Building 704( yesterday was ; ; swelled with the addition of Command at Pensacola.A .

presented a citation, with com Harold Prince AOC, from the
mendation ribbon and medal USS Valley Forge (CVS-45)); party occasioned by the
above transfers for
pendant for outstanding success ..,* I William Mulkey Jr., AE1, from the officers ol
; <
x Fasron Six
?- Gef'j i 9 : was held at the 19th
while serving as officerinchargeof y a VP-56, and Tine McCann AK1,
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hole.
the London England Navy qae K.'>K764 aoQ' > The Memorial Day vacation
who came from Fasron 107 in
Area Audit Office from Oct. 1953 xxc ,4'L b Iceland. insured a festive time by all

to Jan. 1957. Fasron Six was enveloped by

The citation was read by V F.22 thirty-five fifth graders from the

Comdr. C. J. Lee, officer-in- Since returning from their Thomas Jefferson Grade School

charge of the local audit office on most recent carrier assignment recently, a close inspection of the

behalf of the Secretary of the aboard the USS Randolph (CVA- jets highlighting their visit.

Navy.IT ; 5ee 15), the Cavaliers of VF-22 have e

READ IN part: "lie successfully +\ Mt$ tiaxanace been hard at work finishing up VA-172

rendered financial and accounting their training syllabus. The squadron returned to NAS

advice and counsel in ?...Y. rrtiYSik: ikfcavsak' ...x.........m....._...._.._.k.m"__".""' ''u'_' __ Easily the most seagoing out- Jax 'last week from Guantanamo

connection with the off-shore AUDIT OFFICER COMMENDED Lair Donald Starr (left) fit in the area, the squadron has Bay Cuba. During the four
procurement program, and skillfully assistant officer-tn-charge of the Navy Area Audit Office here, served aboard five different car- week period spent in that area
conducted financial and holds citation commending him for outstanding success administer
ing the London Area Audit Office Comdr. C. J. Lee officer-ln- riers since September and, in ad- aboard the USS Saratoga, opera
auditing liaison with representatives charge of the local office, pins commendation ribbon with medal dition has spent training time at tions included carrier qualifications *
of the three military depart- pendant to Lcdr. Starr's shirt. Leeward
Point, Cuba and Key and routine training flights
ments of the United States and
representatives of foreign gov- O&R Delivers 100th Grumman West Florida. A farewell is given to two
ernments." Despite their heavy schedule pilots departing this week for

NAAO Jacksonville operates the Fighting Cavaliers have man- duty with VF-171. Ltjg( ) L. F

under the functional control of ,Tracker Under IRP Program aged to fit in their share of note- Carson and Ltjg( ) W. B. Mahony

worthy events.Congratulations. will be missed quite a bit and we
the Comptroller of the Navy, The 100th S2F/TF Grumman Tracker completed under the
conducting internal audits Interim Rework on their recent wish them the best of luck on
ex- Program since July, 1956, when IRP was started
,
marriages go: to Ltjg( ) R. L. their coming cruise.
aminations and surveys of all will be delivered to ComAirLant tomorrow by the NAS Jax, Over-
Navy and Marine Corps activitiesin haul and Repair Department. Bauchspies and Joe Flora, AN. Five new officers have j joined

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, A special ceremony has been Congratulations also to Ltjg( ) the ranks of the "Blue Bolts"

Georgia, Louisiana Mississippi planned to commemorate the paint and given the new look T. F. Rinard on his engagement 'this last week. They are Ltjg( )

South Carolina and Tennessee.IT occasion, with Capt. T. D. Tyra, paint configuration in the highly to Elaine Romig of this city. 1;. E. Graham, coming from

ALSO performs all audits, O & R Officer, personally de- successful program. L. Featherman and P. A. Dow .NAAS Saufley Field, Pensacola,

price analysis reviews and ter- livering the aircraft to Rear Adm.L. Fla., where he was a flight instructor

mination settlement reviews required D. Coates and staff of ComAir ; Ensigns P. L. Strong, E.

on Navy contracts placed Lant. S. Bates and S. P. Walesczak,

with industrial firms in the same ADM. COATES, who was O & who came from VF-11, Cecil)

area. R Officer here from Aug. 1952 to Field; and Ensign G. D. Weit-

Both Comdr. Lee and Lcdr. July, 1954, will arrive at the Station nauer, a recent graduate of AGO
Starr are momentarily expecting about 1100 tomorrow and School at NATTCenter.

promotions in rank for which leave at 1400 after S
lunching at Three men have recently been
they have been selected. the Officers Club. chief
i Y. { selected for promotion to
The Interim Rework Programwas petty officer. Emory Waters,

New Training Officer I designed primarily as a HM1, will be advanced on June

means of increasing availability ;! 16 and Thomas Fallon, AEl and
Set For AE School JeL4
contracts to complete a specific Raymond Fedderson, AK1, will
In a recent move of officers at amount of work on each aircraft r' ;S},''. put on "the hat" in September.
NATTCenter Comdr. George : in a minimum of out-of-service t +-A?
of command ceremonies
Center assumed the duties of' time incorporating latest modifi- Change
when
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will held
be Monday
Training Officer at Aviation Electricl.an's cation
changes and other work .
,rb .rha } relieves
r G0. Lcdr. B. J. Robinson
Mate School, relieving : necessary to operate the aircraftfor F.
Lcdr F. A. Fox as commanding
Comdr. Lawrence R. Heron. :
another service period with z.as r '
I .Iy. c officer
Comdr. Heron will become the least amount of maintenance of VA172.NATTCenter.

Training Officer at Naval Air I I upkeep by the operating units. .

Weapons Systems School upon BEFORE IRP was installed, the Dental
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transfer of Comdr. Thomas H.I Navy's policy required O&R : .

Casey, Jr., to leave in July. to completely major overhaul the rn Officer Transferred
aircraft during certain
periods of
The first Naval Officer's train- its service life. WAVE OFFICER VISITS Ledr. "" ..,i- "'1 4of Lt. John R. Schweitzer, Dental

_ ing school was established in Bos- Every plane is stripped of old"It's the Office 01 Information Navy Department Margaret Strong, (center) Officer at NATTCenter, was de-
ton, Mass., in December, 1815. reception last Wednesday by Navy Wins Club was 86 at a tached from the Center Thurs
No.
Dewey Park at the
e e never too late! lations Seminar dubhouse., Lcdr. Strong In Jacksonville Is to attend a Public Remembers day, May 30.

There are more than 600 plastic Give today to the Navy throughout the US for her iJKfTi 10 Navy Wives Club Lt. Schweitzer, who has beenat
parts in the Air Force 6130"JJerculcs" "Word To The Wives" With Ltdr. Information Pamphlet NATTCenter since August19s.t
Relief left), SE Regional Strong are Mrs. William Reese
Society.
troop transport. Vice President Air
Meyer, (right) president of ClUb No. 86.of NWC, and Mrs Barney will report to Naval
Station, Bermuda for duty.r .






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Pilots9Eating Habits, Study DisclosesA ..... ., .. ::: ,'';. -
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thorough study and observations by a Field, Capt. Moore points out, illustrates this ; '" .i
Navy Medical officer have disclosed that a point. Completely demolishing the mirror land r VI ( ,
goodly percentage of aircraft accidents ing system as well as the, jet plane itself the 1\\ -' I
caused by human failures can be attributedto pilot miraculously escaped uninjured. Breakfastat t a ,
the pilot's eating habits, which may include 0630 was the last food consumed prior to the \, I ;
excessive amounts of fat or deficient accident time of1535. Pilot error was fourfold: $l -Ii .
amounts of protein.In he omitted lunch; he failed to review operational : I

delivering a paper on "Flight Safety procedure as to load limitations; he decided to i
Through Proper Nutrition" at the Aero .Medical begin his bounce drill knowing he was heavy
Association Convention in Denver, Colo., recently with 5,000 pounds of fuel but to compensate bya v' iL
Capt. Jerome A. Moore, senior medical officer faster approach; finally, settling in the groove,
at NAS Cecil Field, declared that greater em- he overcorrected and landed 100 feet short of
phasis should be placed on proper nutrition to the runway. Although he admitted realization of i ; J,
maintain the pilot's efficiency and keep down his errors at the time, the pilot could not explainhis 7 \
flight errors. actions. ; I II )
To aid in the
RESEARCH CONDUCTED by Dr. Moore pilots battle against improper
nutrition ),...i
turned up these startling facts: That autopsies on Dr. Moore solicited the cooperation of
pilots revealed coronary thrombosis, thought to the BOQ mess manager. Changes in menu reduced \ I
be due to faulty diet, to be the cause for several calories and excess fats from meals. Selection 1
fatal accidents; that hypoglycemia (low blood and appearance of the salad bar was im L'i:2: ;
sugar level), resulting from diet lacking in sufficient proved. Large-sized bowls resulted in self-serv -
protein, has contributed to pilot errors. ice of generous portions which decreased desire COLLEGE ROUND Alvin Reeder, AD, right) and Allen \
-Dr. Moore in. his- report M for fatty entrees and desserts. Deck, ADZ, students at Naval Air Weapons Systems School at
V61ume of skim milk consumed increased NATTCrntrr prepare to leave for a nine week processing periodat
pointed out that Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., in preparation for
with installation
of self-service cooler
greatly a their entrance to the University of Washington, In Seattle Both
'The human pilot must adjacent to that of whole milk. Instead of ice students qualified for college training under the Naval Enlisted

be able to cope with 3 :. a cream with the usual 12.14 percent butterfat, Advance .School Program. .
the same environmentas ice milk with less than 4 percent was substitutedwith
docs his mechanical no complaints. Some Rates Delayed

plane. Since the formeris LECTURES WERE GIVEN to cooks and mess
required to direct an stewards to emphasize their importance in this
PO Promotion List
aircraft to extreme altitudes overall phase of aviation safety.Dr. Tightened,
and speeds at Moore's program at Cecil Field has had
maximum accelerations some telling effect. Squadron commanders commented
Fewer EM To Get New
," he must be in on an increased efficiency in their units, StripesFollowing
perfect physical condi- where many of their personnel had attained
tion. Any physical de. Capt. -Moore- their ideal weights and had established better predictions of almost certain promotions for all enlisted

feet or condition which might decrease a pilot's eating habits. Typical of comments by pilots men passing advancement in rating tests, the word is now
efficiency and contribute to error in flight is were: "I am more agile and able to move around that thousands taking the Navy's service-wide exams. Aug. 1.8 will
deemed intolerable. Overweight a manifestationof better at work and in sports have experienceda not be promoted.
improper eating habits, is a precursor of manyof more exhilarating feeling in everything I do The exams will be used to
ables the Navy to "space out" its
these conditions. feel more energetic have noticed a 2 G promote enlisted men to pay
E-4 promotions, providing for
"AUTOPSIES ON PILOTS have revealed increase in G tolerance I have felt mentally grades E-4 Z-5 and Eon Nov.
more needed third class petty
coronary thrombosis to be the cause for several alert and physically stronger."
16.The officers during the
fatal aircraft accidents. Now that we are implementing A broad program of nutritional education for Navy says now that in 26 year.
routine autopsies on all pilot fatal- all personnel was inaugurated at Cecil Field first class petty officer rates all
ities, we may find that more aircraft accidentswill two years ago. By May of this year the astound or nearly all the E-5s who pass Twelve Graduate
be attributed to this cause. There have been ing number of 1,500 persons had lost over 18,000 I the August tests can expect pro- From FA JV SchoolCapt.
reports of fatal decompression sickness in flight pounds of excess weight. The universal drop In motion. There was 100 percent
involving obese passengers, who, had they been blood pressure was the most significant obser- promotion for those who passedthe S..7. Lawrence, Com-
pilots, would have been responsible for lives and vation made in the entire program. One individual Feb tests in 29 E-6 rates. mander Fleet Air Wing
materiel." "The significance of blood sugar levelon showed a drop in blood pressure from 220/ THERE WILL be virtually 100 Eleven, awarded certificates of
physiology is known," Dr. Moore asserted. 120 to 134/84, while losing 100 pounds in 12 percent promotion for E-4s in 30 completion to 12 enlisted grad
"How many pilots eat a breakfast sufficiently months-a most startling achievement. second class petty officers rates, I uates of the Wing Radio
high in protein to assure adequate blood sugar COGNIZANT OF THE dangers of obesity, the contrasted with 100 percent pro- School l last Friday.
levels throughout the working day? Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery has motion in 51 E-5 tests passed last The ceremony represented
"A check of aircraft accidents for the past grounded some pilots, Dr. Moore disclosed. February. And 100 percent E-3s culmination of 12 weeks of intensive
year at NAS Cecil Field revealed that althoughthe Equally significant, however, should be our con- passing the August tests will be training as prospective -
peak traffic hour was 0930 to 1030, twice as cern with thin persons who boast they can eat promoted in only 20 third class radio operators in patrol
many accidents occurred from 1100 to 1200, a anything without affecting weight. They too petty officer rates contrasted with type aircraft. ,
zero hour of low blood sugar. This might well may be eating food with excessive amounts of 100 percent promotion in 53 E-4 Honor man in the class, with
suggest the role of hypoglycemia in contributingto fat and deficient amounts of protein, the one rates for those passing the Feb- I an average of 3.85, was R. E.
pilot error. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar inviting coronary diseases and the other hypoglycemIa ruary tests. Lawrence, AT3, from VW4.
level) is associated with weakness, dizziness, he maintains."I The apparent big drop in P03 The school is directed by
apprehension, easy fatiguability, and inability to sincerely believe that the percentage of rates is counteracted by the two Lcdr. C. E. Davis, Fleet Air
concentrate-all unwelcome by the pilot in aircraft accidents caused by human failure can extra P03 promotion exams in Wing Eleven Communications
flight. be reduced appreciably by placing more em- May and November which en- Officer, with instruction and
A RECENT AIRCRAFT accident at Cecil phasis on proper nutrition," Dr. Moore concludes. daily operation in the capable
hands of Chief O'Stccn and
Lodge Meets June 11
his assistant, H. A. Sessions,
Johnny: 'They asked us wherewe The American Federation of

VA-44 CO Gets were born in school today." Government Employees, LodgeNo. RMI.Class 3-57 is the first classto
Mother: "Did you say you were 696, will hold its regular
Upped To Comdr.Lcdr. born in Women's Hospital?" meeting at the Lodge Hall, 220E. graduate since under he O'Stecn'sguidance reported

Johnny: "Naw, I didn't want Monroe Street, at 2000 on June
aboard in February from the
John Shuff, executive officer the whole class to think I was a 11. All members are urged to at-
USS Dress (DDR 880)).
I of Attack Squadron 44, received sissy. I said Yankee Stadium. tend.
I his appointment to com-
(Personnel are invited to visit mander this week. 11ft!
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the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 Comdr. Shuff has been with the 1h 1n I
West Monroe St. The club is open I "Hornets" since February of 1956 q.

from 0900 to 2230 daily.] ) as executive officer Before en-
t
Thursday, June 6 The fun is. tering the service, he graduated
up to you.Friday from Georgia Tech.
June 7 Orchestra : He reported to NAS Jax wherehe
dance courtesy of musicians' was designated a Naval Avia-

union 8.11 p.m. tor ,and received his wings on
Saturday, June 8 Open January 16, 1943. xyv
House ping pong games. I From 1943 to 1945, he was at

Sunday, June 9 10:00: a.m. I the Massachusetts Institute of : 4 ; ::1 \ .
Your morning coffee free; 10:45: Technology as a post graduate

a.m. Attend the church of your student in aeronautical engineer _
faith; 5:30: pm. Vesper time ing. ,
South Jacksonville Presbyterian After graduation, he spent a <
Church and refreshments; 8:00: p. tour with ComAirLant staff and
m. movie "Naked Alibi. later served with Fighter Squadrons -

Attend the club at the Commu- 43,14 and Air DevRon Three
nity Center Jacksonville Beach before reporting to VA-44.
Sundays 1:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. RADIO SCHOOL GRADUATION Recent gradates of the FAW-11 radioman's school are pictured
4 First flight b the North Pole above. Left to right, are, Lcdr. C. E. Davis, officer-in-charge; J. J. DeSimone, AT3; G. G. Poole,
A new jet fighter carries 104 was made May 9, 1926, by Rich- i AN; E. J. Halm, AN; D. F, Fralte, AN; R. E. Lawrence, AT3; G. W. Holland, AT3; J. E. Brewer.
AT3; L. G. Dillon, AT3; H. D. Kelly, AT3; R. J. Short, AT3; G. A. Merritt, AN; D T, Pawlowskl,
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air-to-air rockets. ard Byrd and Floyd Bennett. ATAN; and B, A. Sessions, RMl and E. J. O'Steen, RMC, instructors.

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an army Is supposed to move on its stomach, Navy
and Marine Corps enlisted personnel at NATTCenter can ( tIle Jax Air News in

I, look forward to plenty of travel. cooperation with the Industrial

Basically all Navy food is of Relations Department will i list
Chief officers and master various promotions for Naval
petty t Air\
top quality but the secret of a
successful meal lies in the prep- sergeants eat at tables seating Station civilian personnel.)

aration. Not only does the food bur, amidst flowers and decorations On promotion roster eifCl-
tive 4-21, 5-5 13 and 19
have to be prepared to appeal to designed to provide a more and 62.

one's taste but it has to be ap. homelike atmosphere. / 1'i S were Overhaul 20 employees and Repair four from
Depart
pealing to the eye also. FIRST-CLASS petty officers :
ment, and eight each from
Sup-
WHEN COOKING for 1,700 and technical sergeants have 1. ply and Miscellaneous.

persons a meal as is done at similar arrangements in their w> t is Promoted at O & R were Morris
NATTCenter, preparing an appe- mess hall. Dinkins
helper radio .
mechanic
tizing meal be difficult. .; 1
can
The preparation of food for i third step to radio mechanic
Personnel mainly responsible large numbers will always be a : first step; Wanda Forlaw,

for the successful reception of problem but as long as commIssary <: {? ,p. j j'm clerk-typist GS-3 to clerk.stenog-

chow at NATTCenter are Perry men, such as those! at 1 rapher GS-4; James Murphy

Brenton, CWO, Supply Division NATTCenter, continue to work ( i helper, electrician (aircraft) first

Officer; William Pace, leading for meals designed to appeal to y : I step to electrician (aircraft) first

thief; Gerald Thompson, CSC, the tastes of service men and _____ step, and Lonnie Norman, htlptj,
mess hall CMAA and Raymond women, personnel can rest assured Y 1 radio mechanic third step to radio .

Rogers CS1, galley captain. that they are getting chow : mechanic first step.

Senior grade enlisted men among the finest served any- Advanced in Supply Department -
where in the armed forces. __
have their own messing spaces. H were Elm Baty.. cleik-hn-

st GS-2 to clerk-typist G15:3;

Hampton Roads Virginia Colie, clerk-stenograph
South Pole
Party : iii er GS-3 to secretary (stenographer

:, Plays Host To ) GS-4; Rose Coulliette, clerk.

Issues Call For i typist GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3:

Edward Forrest, supervisory
'Ham' ContactsSeven :17 World Fleets general supply assistant GS-8 to

supervisory property disposal assistant -

US bases in the Antarctic I Black smoke and naval gunfire GS-9; Paul Harris, man
I across Hampton Roads, Va., agement analyst GS-7 to manage
have put out a call for more
June 6-8, will signal the start of
amateur radio contacts, especiallywith ment analyst GS-9; Jack McDonald
"Fleet Week," as ships from 17
equipped naval units in the management analyst GS-
United States. >x .'< < nations begin arriving for the In 7 f to management analyst GS-9;

The call came from 318 Navy : \ :: ternational Naval Review on Floy Miller, typist GS-2 to clerk

and scientists winteringoverin June 12.Each typist GS-3, and Annie Van
men
the Antarctic while participating visiting ship arriving in Buren, typist GS-2 to clerktypistGS3.
the harbor, provided she is .
in Operation "Deep Freeze"in
support of the world's first International k k equipped with a saluting battery, Promoted in Miscellaneous
Geophysical Year. .d will honor the United States with were Lorna Mitchell, typist GS-
z.. the traditional 21-gun National
2 Public Works Dept., to clerk-
Due to the severity of the Ant- ,
S s FJ Salute. Fort Monroe will return
tY a typist GS-3 Public Works Dcpt:
arctic winter, the men have no each salute.
Marion GS-2
Ricko clerk-typist

contact with friends and families
other than through the "ham"radio The visitors will then fire a 17- Public Works Dept., to clerk-
contacts. gun salute to the senior officer stenographer GS-3 Overhaul and

present, Adm. Jerauld Wright, Repair Dept.; Patricia Lord,
Once contact has been made
Commander-m-Chief US Atlan-
clerk-typist GS-2 Public Works
with the men in Antarctica, con- tic Fleet.
Dept., to clerk-typist GS-3 Med-
f.
versation with friends and famI- The frigate USS Norfolk
will ical Department.
lies in the United States is con- -- --
acknowledge for Adm.
tinued by telephone. When an CHOW IS BIG BUSINESS -. Serving tasty chow to NATT- Wright. Esther Barlow clerk-typist GS-
amateur radio operator in the Center enlisted personnel Is a m in-sized job. A lot of care goes Ships will number over 100 3 Fiscal Department to property
into whetting the appetites of 170upper (0) hungry sailors and Marines. In in this first International Naval accounting clerk GS-4 Fiscal Department -
United States locates
of
one the photo CWO Terry Brenton,, assistant commissary officer at Review staged in the United ; Leonard Eubanks, supervisory
stations in the Antarctic (or vice NATTCenter accompanied by Wi 1111am Pace, CSC leading chief I States in 50 years.Mayport.based .
versa), a telephone operator in of commissary division, holds clan;jr inspection of mess cooks prior personnel officer GS-13
the stateside ham's district is to serving meal. Lower photo sho'ws the salad bar which has be- aircraft carriers RD[ to supervisory personnel officer
called to rig a "phone patch." come a colorful subject. Looking on with admiration are CWO USS Saratoga and Franklin D. GS-14 IRD; Edna Richburg,
Brenton; William Kitchen, CS3; G erald Thompson CSC and CWO Roosevelt will be among the clerk-stenographer GS-3 indus-
Through this patch, men in George Laubscher, assistant suppl;Y and commissary officer. I participating ships.
Antarctica can call anywhere in trial relations dept., to clerk-

the United States to talk to New Designator System ViewedBy stenographer GS-4 industrial relations
friends and loved ones they have dept.; Helen Styron, man

not seen for months and won'tsee agement analyst GS-7 adminis- i
for several more months. Davy For Reserve OfficersWith tration dept., to management an-

alyst GS-8 administration dept.,
Call letters for the US Navy its present designator system long under fire by Reserve yc:3: : .
and clerktypistGS3
bases are: KC4USA, Little Amer- officers and organizations, the Navy is now considering a new systemto Terry Griffin
ica Station; KC4UCB, Byrd Sta- give Reserve and temporary officers designators similar to those I, comptroller's office to sta-
tion; KC4USN, AmundsenScottIGY now held by limited duty officers. tistical clerk (typing) GS-4

South Pole Station; KC4USV, The LDO-type designators comptroller's office.
what the with .
Naval Air Facility, McMurdo would be given to Reserve and 1 same problems,

I Sound; KC4USII, Cape Adare temporary officers who while officers whose actual specialties To Discuss DangersOf

tion, and KC4USK, Knox Coast having unrestricted line ((1105)) embrace a comparably wide field

tion; and KC4USK, Knox Coast and aviation line ((1305) code including those qualified in aerol Metal FatigueThe

Station. designators, are not considered ogy, aircraft maintenance air first of a series of discus-
inteligence and administration.In .
fully eligible to command at sea. sions on "Failure Through MetalFatigue"
Those who are considered eligi- keying the 1105 and 1305 reservists was presented yesterdayin
Military Duly Aids
to the restricted line
ble would retain their present the auditorium of Building 1,
and aviation limited duty officer
designators. Overhaul and Repair Departmentfor
College Flunk Outs'Men designators, the Navy feels it will
While more than 100,000 Re- 50 O and R employees.The .
who flunk out of college serve officers in the 1105 categoryare solye not only the assignment one-hour discussion will be
but also
the
problem improve
and return for a "second chance" considered eligible for com- promotion opportunities for officers t1 : repeated weekly until the entire
after completing a term in mil mand at sea, the grouping in- department has been indoctri
not eligible to command at
cludes officers with such
itary service generally demon widely nated in the mechanics and pre-
strate improvement in attitude differing skills as selective serv- sea. vention of metal fatigue and the

and work habits, according t ice experts veterinarians como inspection and removal of hand

study by Columbia University o f municators and Waves. Curly, Bucklicislcr ling marks, scratches, dents and
the success of the school's tradi The 1305 group also has some- similar defacements which con
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p :.
tional policy of giving student Tops At AO SchoolFrank stitute hazards.All .

opportunity to try again.Of B.
lectures will be given by
Curty, AOTAN, of Tam-
students readmitted alter WAPllnlcrvietvPersonnel pa, Fla., and Harold Buckheister W. Boisvert, O and R metallur

I military service, 72% succeeded, from the Birmingham AOUAN of Greenwood, S. C.. gist, with the remaining discus-

i compared with 58% of those who Ala., area interested in shared top honors at last week's ,...C: .. v ..,..-. '.: ; 3" "" :!" sions slated for 0700 on June 24,
II. had been engaged in civilian em participating in a tape re- graduation at Aviation Ordnance- 26 and 28 and July 1. Their

ployment. corded interview for radio station men's School Class A at NATT- DRILL INSTRUCTOR Jack- purpose is to improve the qualityof
f/ It was further demonstratecthat I WAPI requested to Center. Ie Loughery former Miss USA O and R products.
are has been
selected
by the Firs .
t the actual length of the "re. contact the NAS Service Information i Marine Recruit Training Battalion If those
I demption" period had less signif.. Office extension 216 or On April 21, 1933, the Navy's < at Parris Island, s. C., as you think old time
cance than the nature of the in,. 8164. dirigible Macon made its maiden "the girl we would like most Western gun slingers were quickon
terim occupation. flight. to have as our D. I." A D. I. Is the draw Just open a joint
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ENJOYED BY 0 ER 300- The newly remodeled Enlisted Men's Club at NAS Jax officially .
reopened Friday, under It's new name, The Bluejackets'. Capt. William S. Harris, NAS Jax: \
commanding officer, snipped the ribbon that stretched across the front entrance of the new rlub.
Photo at upper left Is the picturesquely located patio overlooking the St. John's River Photo at
upper right is the main room of the Inn after the silence had been broken by sailors and their
wives and sweethearts. Lower left photo, taken prior to the evening: festivities, shows the plushly
decorated PO room, devoted exclusively to petty officers In pay grades K-5 and E>6. Hard liquor will
be served there as one of the room's features for patron members. I'hoto at lower right shows the
buffet dinner with partakers showing great lavishness: at the appetite-inspiring food, free for the

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enjoyed helping to get it forvou"

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Largest of the new facilities at

the Inn is the ballroom, measuring -

75 by 68 feet.
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ALSO ADDED to the club Is ,A

the hard liquor bar for first and

second class petty officers. A I

familiar sight in this exclusive

loom is the huge fireplace which Comdr. Gillock

dominated the old dining room.
New VP-18 COOn
Facing the picturesque St. r

Johns River is the attractive patio Monday May 27, Patrol

partially-covered, off the ... SALTY HUMOR FROM Squadron 18 had a change of
main ballroom at the rear of the command ceremony when
HERE AND THEREChief
Comdr.. Robert II. Gillock, the
club.Other +
features of the remodeledclub x : "My wife is trying to re- squadron's former executive

are a stag bar, dining facili- '" duce. This morning she touchedthe officer, relieved Comdr. James

ties and petty officer's open mess. floor with her chin without A. Cooper as commanding officer

Allowances For Men OverseasPut bending her knees." .
+ Seaman: "How did he do Comdr. Gillock, who grad.

that?" uated from the Naval Academy -

Chief: "She fell out of bed." in June 1942, reported
;I'JThursday On Cost Of Living BasisWhen from the Bureau of Aeronautics

Marine.: "Trouble just runs in in November, 1955.

the Armed Forces puts allowances for personnel serving my family. When my grand- Friends and relatives of

: overseas on a "cost-of-living" basis, some will find an increase, father was a boy, his mamma squadron personnel enjoyedthe
June 6 others a decrease and some will remain "as is." couldn't break him from sliding colorful ceremony. Im-
Mainside Lust for Life (color
down the bannister. So she cov- mediately afterwards all
drama) with Kirk Douglas, The whole overseas allowance for is
a longer period, unchangedin "
ered it with barbed wire. hands were served refresh
Anthony Quinn.NATTCenter program will be revised, with the rate.Percentages. "
Pvt.: "Did that stop him? ments.
China Gate new regulations expected to be collectable of pres. Sgt.: "No, but it slowed him Comdr. Cooper will proceedto

(action drama) Nat "King" Cole, official beginning July 1, and involving ent per diem travel allowancesare down a loti"! Fleet Air Wing Eleven to
3ene Barry. .
one new, one modifiedand : 50 percent with one dependent serve on the staff as Opera.
Hospital Mombassa
Beyond unchanged allowance ; 100 percent with one dependent Gal: "I see here ,in the paper tions officer
(color adventure) Cornell Wilde, one
and self, or two dependentsonly that men who marry live longer."
Donna
Reed.
program. ; 125 percent for two depend Guy: "Nah, married men don't

Friday, June 7 THE THREE allowances: are: ents and self or three dependentsonly live longer it just seems New Short Take-Off
Mainside Way to Gold (mel-
; 150 percent for three dependents longer!"
odrama A new housing allowance for Device ReadiedA
) Jeffery Hunter, Sheree Being
and self or four or more
North. who have to get
servicemen
dependents only. An ex-Supply chief, going into new concept for short take-
NATTCenter Lust for Life family-type quarters before they Business for himself, wired the
(color drama) Kirk Douglas, THOSE CLAIMING four Or off and landing aircraft is being
can ask to have their families manufacturer for a gross of
Anthony Quinn. more dependents will find their developed for the Bureau of
stoves for his retail hardware
join them; a temporary lodging allowance increase 50
percent
Hospital China action
Gate ( Aeronautics
concern. The factory wired back according to the
drama) Nat "King" Cole, Gene allowance for servicemen temporarily more than the present rate.
"Not until
negatively, saying, Navy.
Barry in hotel-type
staying you pay for the last consign- The aircraft will have a con-
Saturday, June 8 quarters, similar to the initial assignment ment."
Mainside Tammy & the NATTCcnlcr Re-Up trol system which will give the
allowance; and an unchanged The retailer answered, "Cancel
Bachelor (color comedy drama) station diem allow Rale Increases order. Am unable to wait that pilot full command of the craft

Debbie Reynolds, Leslie Nelson. per Figures released this week long." I at air speeds under 50 miles an

Also Assault and Flattery. ance. show that rcenlistments at hour.

NATTCenter Way to Gold The new "allowance package" NATTCcntcr. are on the in- The trouble with laryngitis is I The system will use two pro
(
melodrama) Jeffery Hunter, will "relieve military
supposedly crease. that you have to wait until you'recured
Sheree North. personnel of the financial burden With 15 people eligible for before you can tell any- pulsive rotors driven by gas

Hospital Lust for Life (color resulting from assignment to stations discharge, 14 reenlisted for the body about it. turbines giving control by chang

drama) with Kirk Douglas, An- outside the United States. month of May. ing the life characteristics of the

thony Quinn. However, the cost-of-living pay This brings the total of 100 "Oh, mother, look at that kind blades through flaps in the

---4.* ments are not related to the re-ups, with only eight discharges man!" trailing edges."Fowler" .
Boss
: "Why are you late to
work?" "family separation" allowance for 1957. "Why, Betsy, what's he doing?" flaps on the wing

adopted about a year ago and He's sitting on the sidewalk will provide additional lift during .
Secretary "A followed
: man me
all the lost four months later under a talking to a banana peel." i take-offs, landings and slow
way. Girls who have tried every- .
General ruling.
Comptroller *
flight. The aircraft's speed uncle
Boss: "Is that to be
any reason under the to land
thing a
sun
late?" THE BIGGEST impact will be They say you're old when you this concept will range from zero

Secretary; But| he walked 10 felt in the "temporary lodging husband should try it under the can look at a bubble dancer with to more than 300 miles aa tour,

slowly;' allowance" which, while payable MOON. out wishing for a BB gun. according to the Navy.



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1:ti., Jax Navy Nine, 3flD.atI 'Splash To NAS



: Players NeededThe r' Swim VictoryVF43


, Jax Navy Fliers headedfor

a two-day stand at Patrick splashed its way to

AFB early Tuesday with a travel- : cs victory in the Mainside Intramural .

ing entourage of eleven players.The Swimming :Meet last

old affliction, lackaball- week, boosted by double win..

players, has made one of its fre- ner George Doerffel who
swam around the Mainside
quent appearances on the Fliers
ene. Pool as though he held a

FIVE OF Jax Navy's traveling mortgage on it *
Doerffel won the 50 meter
squad are pitchers. No doubt
freestyle in 30.1 seconds
to start
several covered strange!: groundin
the Patrick series. his monopoly on individual performances -

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The Fliers held a two-game!:
liE CAPTURED another first
edge over thp Cocoa nine. No
in the 50 meter breast-stroke being
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results of the latest series were '
clocked at 32.1. Doerffel was
available at time.
press
runner-up in the ...150 meter individual
The 8-18 mark currently held
medley, completing the
by Jax Navy is deceiving. On
course in 2:10:14.: :
occasions Flier k,
many mentor
2v VF-43 compiled 25 points in
\ Frank has 6 rX
McCaffrey had to field
all, being trailed by VW-4 with
two and three pitchers in different
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19 points.'Fasron 109 finished in
positions at one time. WINNERS OF MAINSIDE SWIM MEET In the annual Mainside Intramural swimming: meet show position with 16 points.

NEXT HOME appearance for held last week, VF-43 natators walked off with winning honors. The Flghtennen piled up 25 points, Current leader in the Iron Man
six more than runner-up VW-4. George Doerffel was high point man for the winners. VF-43 swimming -
the locals will be tomorrow and team members are, left to right: LtJg( ) Walter Shaw, Ltjg( ) Walter Barrett, Everett Mitchell, Program, VFP-62, copped fourth
Saturday versus Robins AFB. A Doerffel, James Rosemark, Patrick Duran and Ltjg( ) George Fauley. place with 14 points. Hospital
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trek to Pinecastle AFB is sched- landed in fifth spot, garnering 10

uled for Jax Navy next Tuesdayand points while VP-18 failed to
Wednesday. VP-18 ClingsTo JAX AIR NEWS score.

Memphis Navy arrives on the ANOTHER standout performance

Jar scene for a three-game series, Top SpotIn was recorded by double

June 14-16. Results of this com- winner Jim Willis of Fasron 109.

petition will count in Sixth Naval He copped the 50-meter back-

District Baseball League stand- Keg LoopVP18 stroke and 150-meter individual

ings. Doerffel in the
medley, nipping
remained idle in Main-
COMPOSING the Flier rosterat stretch.
side intramural bowling last
present are: Frank Pavey, Gerry Evans, VW-4, swam his
VFP-62: pitcher who also playsin week, but is still atop' the loop,
way to victory in the 100-meter
the Bouxsein sporting a 47-17 record. AE NAWS Schools Dominate
outfield; Russ freestyle. The 'Cane Hunters
The second place Marines lost
FAETU hurler turned center- ,
200-meter relay team of Hunt,
fielder; Frank Jankunis, NATT- to Dispensary, 3 and 1, with Taylor, Bannerman and Hodge

Center, pitcher-first baseman, third-place ComFairJax blanking Play In NATTC Softball LoopThe captured that event, beating out

and hurlers Ray Winstead, VA- VW-4, 4 and 0. VF-43.

172 and Brian Hussey, VP-18. Special Operations Services beat defeated VAH31 Faetu, Sparkies from Aviation Electrician's Mate School George Pauley, VF-43, triumphed

Also, Joe Rodgers, VW-4, third and VF-171 turned in a win continued to dominate play in the NATTCenter Softball in a close race for diving
sacker; A. A. Matysak, of NATT- League last week. honors. He finished with 187.46
I VFP-62 all with 4 and 0,
over a,
Center TraFac, backstop; Bob The AE nine picked up a braceof points.

Wright, Special Services, left mark. wins, starting with a forfeit Marine Aviation Detachment. I Fasron 109's Tom Harrcll
Standings as of June 3. BIG GUN with the stick
fielder; C. R. Whitson, VFP-62, VP-18 47 IT victory over AGO School, first- was marked up 185.40 points while

catcher, and two newcomers, Joe MARTD IS round titlist.In Fred Dammeyer, who collected John Boots, VW-4, was third
Com Jo'alrJn 3G :'Jtt two homers, a triple and singlein I
Erickson and Pete Burns, both of VFP-62 "C' S" 21 the Sparkies' second victoryof with 184.40.
Operations S9 25 foul trips to the platter.
Operations. Fasron 109 38 26 the week, George Summers
._- VA-172 21 15 hurled the to triumph The Missies from NAWS School
way a over
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SPc.. Serv. 29 2FAW.ll < garnered three wins last week
,
3) 25 SPORTS
Crackerjax End &4R Offices H'* 2H moving into second place.
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O 2'! 27 Pair .
From VFP-62
VA-44 32 34 Emery Belcher pitched the

First Half In City VK-171 Faetu 21 2S W 32 85Dispensary 36 With Flier' Nine team to 1\\ 12-5 victory over Avia- : SCHEDULEWeek

tion Fundamentals, with Jack of June 6-1%
VFP-62 }W" 21 3 Two members of Light Pho- II
Cimimun.Fasron 6 "A 2.1 21 37 35 tographic Squadron 62, based Keck collecting a_ roundtripperfor Baseball: Jax Navy vs. Robins
Loop Third Spot VW-4 "1"1 42 the victors. AFB home. Fliers
Hospital 17 3\. at NAS Jax, are playing var- June 7-8, vs.
VW-4 Officers ]ft 41e sity baseball with the Jax NAWS SCHOOL defeated the Pinecastle AFB, June 11-12,
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Pepsi-Cola, an annual power in Waves 11 45: Navy Fliers this season. ANP) nine again later in the away.

Jacksonville Women's City The men, one a second base- week, with Bobbie Jones hurlinga I Softball: Women's City League

League Softball play, capturedthe Lt. Peterson Detached man and the other an out- 15-2 victory. second half play starts, June 10.

1957 first-half crown by wal- From Center PostLt. fielder, are R. F. Shapiro and The Missies third win was a Golf: Jax Navy vs. Tyndall

loping Dependable Electric, 18-1, Loyd G. Peterson Jr., dis- Bill Allgood.!: forfeit over AK School. AFB, June 7, home.
Monday night at St. Nicholas
cipline officer at NATTCenter, PAIR FROM vrr-t The Support Splinters pickedup
Park. WITH KI.IKKS "The Navy Relief Socie-
will be detached from the Centeron R. F. Shapiro. 2b. two wins, the first being a
The playoff tilt, refusing to fol- is of
Friday, June 28. Bill Allgood. rf. 13-8 victory over MAD. ty doing a great job
low form, turned into a rout assisting Navy Personneland
shortly after start of play. Both Lt. Peterson, who has been their families in time

teams were tied for the loop lead aboard since December 1954, will of need Give today."
eport to Air Development Squadron -
after regular play ended.
Six for duty.
The Jax Navy Crackerjax, with __ Father Son
He will be relieved by Lt. Don Serving
\ a 4-2 record, finished in third

place. The Waves were trippedby H.May Knoerr 29. who reported aboard ___ Aboard Carrier FOR

and Prudential.
Dependable _
An unusual welcome awaited

Only Pepsi Cola loss in first- Harold Springer!: Jr., FA, whenhe

half action was administered by Sports reported aboard the USS

the Crackerjax. Franklin D. Roosevelt recently.The .

Second-half City League!: activity BriefsWet welcoming committee con.

will get underway soon. Also listed of his dad, H. II. Springer,
or Dry The season is
entered in league competition Sr., CWO. Both father and son
still in swaddling clothes and the
is the NAS Civilian women's are assigned to the FDR's "A"
spitball issue has already brokenout
team, which ended first-half playin Division.
instead of its mid-
the cellar.Pendergras. customary Harold, Jr., fresh out of boot
season appearance. As might be school, requested his father'sship
expected, Milwaukee's Lew Bur
Ties For in preference to Radioman's
dette has the center of the stage
School.Is .
Skeet Shoot Lead with Cincy manager Birdie Teb-
he going to follow in his
Three Jax Navy skeet shooters betts emoting from the wings. father's footsteps?

competed in the semi-weekly Burdette, accused of deliveringthe
The younger Springer has a
competition Sunday at the Jack- saliva-loaded pitches for definite answer. "I think my dad
sonville Gun Club. three years, has beaten the Reds
made the right choice and I intend -
Ken Pendergras tied for first eight consecutive times; the last ;;. go k:
to make a career out of the
place with Jacksonville's Claude time, a 1-0 shutout, was a little "
i WAVES SOFTBALL ACTION Jax Navy Crackerjax out- Navy, too.
Smith, smashing 99 out of 100 too much for the voluble Birdie fielder Chris Ruck goes into first base safely during action last .

targets.N. and he induced Red prexy Gabe I week In the Women's City Softball League. Buck, who hit safely, First accurate determination of

W. Frees tallied 49x50 and Paul to write an official protestto was the first in a long line of Crackerjax base runners, as the Wave the speed of light was made at

Bill Arthur registered a 46x50 Warren Giles, president c!f I aggregation defeated their opponents, the Opportunity House the Naval Academy at Annapolis:
YWCA, 20-0. Jax Navy finished third In first-half City League "
score. the senior league. plaT. was at Newport, R. I. in 1883.




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Navymen Duped Dispensary Holds Lead



In I US Open BidTwo t Rain, FAWTU Play Hand


Navy men did not fare

too well in sectional qualifying
for the US Open Golf Tournament we wr As S-Ball Race TightensRain

Monday at San Jose. Country -

Club. % played havoc with the NAS intramural softball

Jax Navy's Bill Scarbrough .,t schedule last week, wiping out two complete days of play.In .

carded 75-78-153 with Fred limited action last week, an 8.7 tussle to strong Fasron Six.

Ghioto, Cecil Field pro, piecing VP-18 suffered its first defeat of VFP-62 and Personnel garnered

together rounds of 77 and 76, also the year, FAWTU's lowly band victories last week via the forfeit

for 153. z registering a G." win. route.
: xq >
Bespectacled Robert Brue, of THE LOSS knocked VP-18 Standing through June 1:

Milwaukee, entering his senior down to second place. Team naary 10 W L ret.. :

year at the U. of Miami, copped John East hurled the Goliath VP18Faion SIX "9 Z 1 ...900.NX;:)

medal honors with a 141. chore while Ed Brown took the VFP2: II 3 .r/r
Communications H 4 .67
Gaining the other two spots in defeat for VP-18. VF173VK16 5 3. .82'1
6.4 .Iiu
the Open, to be held at the Inverness VFP-62 moved up in the VW-4 8.4. .iii/))

Club, Toledo, Ohio June standings by posting a 3.1 vic- NARTU Operation 8 5 .5.16..VH.run

13-15 were pros Henry Castilloof tory over Communications. VW- Supply HocplldlFiuirnn g R ..435

Tampa and Richard Deckman < 4 and NARTU both claimed wins 109 .4 5 .444
a t't I VAH3FAWTU .444
of Valdosta, Ga. i S { by forfeit.In 7: E ..2'73J'enonnd
2 9 .18.1:
Jack Harvey, NAS.. Jax pro- 'r 1 other action, Sam Naab new )'A w.n 2 10 ..167.nx
FAKTU 0 I (>
fessional, withdrew after the hurling sensation for VP-16, issued Sp. Sorr. 0 10 .10)(

first round. a mere three hits in trip-

4. S ping Hospital l, 10-1.
AFPS SPORTS
Jax Braves To y E ? VW-4 BOMBARDED two Sup-
itE 'WgN ply hurlers for a 16-6 win while

NARTU bested Fasron 109 in a RoundupLONG

Host Columbia duel 2-0.
INTRAMURAL LINKSTERS Squadron personnel and pitching ,
members of Station units are enjoying: many hours of relaxation Dispensary moved to top posi- Time No Hit When
at the NAS Jax golf) competing in the Mainside IntramuralGolf
tours Washington's Eddie Yost singledin
tion by garnering a 3-1 win over
Augusta TigersThe League Pictured prior to start of a round last week are,
the fourth inning ot the Yan-
.
kneeling (left to right) Bob Burton of Operations and Don John- Communications. Earl .. Jishop
Jacksonville Braves return son, ComFair Jax. Standing, Lew Polansky, ComFalr Jax and Bob tossed a three-hitter while Bob kee-Senators opener, it ended a
home for a one-week home stand Peters, Operations. The Operations crew went on to defeat Cora Bondy doled out four for the hitting drought in Yankee Sta-
FaJrJax. dium for the opposition. Remember -
Monday night, facing Columbiain losers.
the first of four the fourth game of the World
at the
games Unbeaten In Four Matches Special Services nearly pulledthe
new ball park. Series was at the Stadium and
upset of the year, dropping
Roy Campanula: singled in the
The Gems, Kansas City farm ninth then the
VFP-62 A. Moves To came perfectionof
dub, will make their second appearance Don Larsen's no-hitter and the .

in the Gateway vCity. Earlier Start Set series moved to Brooklyn for

Single games are on tap each Top In IM Golf Circuit For NAS SoftballAll the windup.The .

night through Thursday. Start. Dotted Lines Ft. Car.

ing time is 2000.Augusta's I Mainside intramural son's 1st Lt. Donald Brown is the
VFP-C2 "A", beating FAW-11, 8.1, and Fasron 109, 8'Af -
I softball games are now start proud owner of a champion Wei-
Tigers leading the 4, came out the winner in last weeks race with Supply to
ing one-half hour earlier, at maraner which has "best ofbreed"
Class A Sally League at this i share top position in the Mainside Intramural Golf League. gone
invades 1545. in ten dog shows .
writing, Jax for a three-
Supply didn't have a match, The change was brought Jockey Ted Atkinson rides in
game stand June 1416. a forfeit to bring the pill pushers'
so was unable to improve a rec- record to one win, no losses and about as a result of players better than 1,200 races a year. In
Friday and Saturday encounters ord of two wins and no losses. tie. missing the evening meal. his "spare time," "The Slasher"

start at 2000 with the Sunday VFP-62 "B" lost to FAWTU, one reads-classical novels and poe-

tilt scheduled for a 1500 start. 6-3, then came back to beat Operations FAETU beat VW-4, :5-4, in a try of Sir Walter Scott Ft.

54. Operations defeated close match for their first win of NAS Jax Host For Hood, Texan, will host the All-
ComFairJax, 51%-3>4. the season. VW-. and Operations Army Track and Field and

ComFairJax and Hospital had a had an even closer match which Sailing Eliminations Triathlon Championships Juno

NAS SOFTBALL tight match which ended in a ended in a tie 4tt-4& 1315.
The Mallory Cup sailing elim-
tie.FAWTU.
4-4Vi FAW-l won their match with Life must be touch for Michi-
had to give Hospital ination races were held Sundayat
SLATE FAETU, 7.2, to sport a 2-2 record. NAS Jax with each of five gan State coach Duffy Daugherty.

Standings as of June 3. Only 200 turned out for spring
crews sailing four races in four
Th.r d.y, Jna Special Summer WON LOST T1KD: football drills, and Duffy's first
Albemarle 1545: Comm. vs Fan. S different boats in rotation.
Yorktown 1545: VP-18 vs VAH-3 VFP-63 "A" 4 0 0 two teams are all veterans and
the Rudder
Saratoga 1545 Dlsp. vi Supply Dances At USOThree Supply Winners, from
g
f g lettermen Pirate
Knterprls VAH-3 manager
IHUO (
NAUTU vi per 0 0 Club and Florida Yacht Club,
knterprU: 1945 Pert YAETU3M.aday NAHTU 1 scuttled his
vi : Bobby Bragan Unorthodox
big dance nights will be Hospital 1 0 1 were: 1. James O'Connor (Bob
: *... !. Open loons 2 t 1 batting order which let
featured at the USO Club this ) 2. Ed BurroughsRuth
Yorktown 1545:! Comm. vs FAW-11 Kanron 6 2 1 0 Cory, crew ; his hit
Saratoga 1545 Fill. 109 VI Per*. month and all men in the service FAW-11 2 .2' 0 ( BuBToughs: crew); 3. Ger- pitchers eighth.
KnterprlM: 1800 VFP-62: vi FAETU: VT2 "B"l: t 0 San Diego NTC's nine beefedup
Enterprise!: 1945 VA-172 vi Sp. Ser. are invited to attend. ComFalrJaK 1 2 1 ry Goode (Dave Phillips, crew).
0 with the addition of Vie La-
:2
FAWTU 1
Taeaday. Jaae 1lAlbemarle Abe Livert's orchestra has been FAETU: 1 .. 0 State finals will be held in
I 1545 VAH-3 v, Supply booked for Friday, June 7j; the Faron 109 0 :3 0 July at St. Petersburg. piner, homer-hitting pitcher. Vicis
Yorktown 1545 VW-4 vs Fas. 109 VW-4 0 3 1 the property of the Cleveland
Saratoga\ 1545 FAWTU VI VA-172 NAS orchestra will play on Mon-
JuiterprlM!: 1800 FM. 6 vs Dlp.WeJwday. and the Revellerswill ;yy. ,: x r'i Indians, and at Reading, Pa.,
June 17
day, ,
Jane IS : Class A farm club of Cleveland,
entertain on Friday, June 21.
J.lbemarl* 1545 VFP-63'vs Sp. Sir ;; : :. compiled an ERA of 1.00 on a six
Yorktown at 2000
1545 NARTU v, VTM8 The dances will begin
.Saratoga 1545 1 lop vs VW-4 shutout, 17.5 record last year.
; : and continue until 2300. USO ,,
Knterprjw; 1500 VAH-3 vs Fas. 0 "> $ (>>' "-
<: ,
:
'
<
J; Oddity of the Week In
Enterprise 'fl
1945 FAW-11 vs map.TIa."d. will be availableas
junior hostesses <;4:. ?f/'r ,
y
baseball hit three
can you consecutive -
", 3 me 13 partners.
AlbemarU 1545 VA-172 vs Ho n. .H singles with no outs and
Siratoga"' 1545 VAH-3 vs NARTU not get a runner past second? The
ntl'rPl'lae
: J00 FAETU: vt Sp. Sr. In
F-nterpris 1945 oper. vs VP-16 Two Tie For Top i Cincinnati Reds did it April 20,

and it went this way: Bailey singled
Event
Blind Bogey
rf ,,G?w ,, to right. Temple followed
Order Athletic Comdr. Thomas White and & I with a single to left center off the

Gear From NXAll Comdr. Nicholas Brango turnedin 'q : second baseman's glove, stopping

79s to win the regular weekend Bailey at second. Then Bell's .

calls by persons desiring Blind Bogey at the station golf liner struck Temple, scamperingdown

to place orders for recreation course. ,r nrA. / Y: b f! vrH + /*yd A/!' y t"w7'..I a rYt'i9 to second, making Templean
equipment for individual use White fired a 95 with a 16 automatic out and giving Bella

should be made to the Navy handicap to bring his tally to 79 single, with no advance by

Exchange Office. while Brango shot 93 with a 14 ti Bailey.
Such calls will then be referred handicap for his winning number. % k.

to the Special Order I Prizes, three golf balls, were Pvt.: "I know a place where

Desk.In i awarded the winners. Women Marines don't wear any

the past, Special Services --....-- thing but their dog tags."

has received many calls of this Cecil Officer's Wives Sarge: "For Pete's sake pal,

nature, causing unnecessary Slate Golf TourneyThe :' where's that

confusion and delay. Golf As- Pvt.: "Around their necks."
Officers Wives "
The procurement desk of sociation of Cecil Field will W"'".Mv/n.Yi(6iaG'>" .wrNliyM-amYni76sA4 Haw ....' : ........'.....-........_.. .

Special Services handles requests a mixed two-ball tourna- MOVING UP VW-4's Stanley Kush reaches third base The office manager was intro-
for recreation equip- sponsor ahead of the ball after advancing on a hit during second inning ducing the new employe around.
ment for participating units of ment Sunday. to call activity at Albemarle Field In an NAS Intramural softball game "This is Hobart, the boss' soalie's
Entrants are requested the sack i H Supply's Jim
VW-4's
the recently. Covering Pagano. bottom
the
Composite Recreation going to start at
Fund the Cecil Field golf shack for Hurricane Hunters won the fray, 16-, on a comedy.of errors by
only. for few
a days.
.... reservations and starting times. Supply.



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1,400 Mile\'
1
(Cent from Page 1)

red Deluxe Allstate scooter at 35

mph in a 25 mph zone.

IN WASHINGTON he attendedthe i.tI .
q
first International Photo Ex- i a U
'. +ki, .d r ,;4
position ever held in the United d

States. This was the main reason +

for taking the trip.
j
:, Ainsworth, who has had a pro-

,r" :':'" fessional photographer's status
since he was 16, also was takenon

With TheToastmasters tour of the immense Federal A
;r
Bureau of Investigation photo de- A .
"partmcnt. :, ,,

The final three days of his _____
Four speeches, including one highway fling took the adventurous -

extemporaneous effort, high- Ainsworth to Charleston, S.
lighted
Tuesday evening's session C., and then to Jacksonville.
of the Navy Civilian Toast-

casters held at the Toll House. AINSWORTH said thatfor the

Ben Ballering delivered speech most part people were interested

No. 3 on "It's Great To Be with what he was doing along
Alive" the route. He passed friends from
;; Mike Cascone spoke on
"His Holiness" Claremont on the road and ran
; Umberto Pezulla into another friend in Danbury. .. "" ....b....-_-.
"Sincerity"; and Bill Clear- I JUNE GRADUATES The senior class of the kindergarten operated by the Navy Wives Club
man delivered an impromptu on In several towns he was not No. 86 received diplomas In a graduation ceremony May 31. About 70 children were awarded the I
"Farm Mechanization." charged for either food or lodg- certificates, permitting them to enter first grade In September. Mrs. Mildred Bedard is teacher of the
George Hyde as masterevalua. ing, and many newspapers took senior kindergarten class. Kindergarten is located at the NAS Jax Nursery on Child street.

tor headed a panel of evaluators photos of him as he passed

Carl which McCranie included and Ernie Dick Newberg Silber-, through.Interesting statistics about the New Defense Regulations Most Ou tslan ding


nageL trip include the fact the gas bill Pilot, EM Chosen

Rod Toastmaster topic Pinney master., with for the Gordon affair Kingas was of amounted 310. His to the actual enormous 50 hours sum of Govern Overseas ToursNew By 'Hornets'Lt.

motoring averaged 30 mph and Jack Rader and Edward
The next meeting Is slated for took him through 13 states and Defense Department regulations governing the Miller, AE1, of Attack Squadron -

I Tuesday, June 11 at 1930 at the the District of Columbia. length of overseas shore duty toifrs, and the overseas trans- 44 were selected by the
Cumberland Road Community portation of dependents at government will be
AINSWORTII IS a member of expense, con- squadron this week as the
Center. Civilian employees inter-
siderably tightened after today.
"outstanding pilot" and "out-
ested ,can attend of the the National American PressPhotographer's
weekly meetings. any Association and Shorter duty tours at the less their dependents and who are standing enlisted man" of the

was a staff member of the "Main- desirable overseas locations, authorized to have their familiesin year.

.: Formation of ToastmastersClubs sheet," service newspaper at service tour to be uniform in the the area.However. Comdr. T. J. Taylor pre-
Bainbridge Md. same area, and standard over- sented trophies to the men
in ,
the Armed Forces is a
seas tours varying from one yearto those currently in this week at personnel inspection -
rapidly growing movement. While attached to the Quonset 36 months will be the new receipt of such allowances, but .

There are approximately 225 in Point Photo Laboratory, his rule. who lose eligibility pursuant to Lt. Rader has been with the
the
services, out of a total of previous duty station he the will continue
was a new regulations, squadron for about 17 months
2,500 in the U. S. and overseas member of a group assigned to INDIVIDUALS unaccompaniedby to receive them untill their and is presently operations of
(Three are located their families will have their
right here at
cover the Andrea Doria disasterat overseas duty tours are completed ficer. Miller has been with the
NAS Jax). prescribed tours of overseas duty
sea last July. .
squadron for about .
a year ...
The Air Force leads with 135 reduced by about one-third.
His future plans include ob- having come from NAS Cor
Dependents of personnel below
clubs, while the has
Navy about ob-
50 and the Marines and taining a diploma from a photo Military personnel with paygrade E-4 who have less than pus Christi!, Tex., and is now
I about 20 each. Army I school and then specializing in ligated service less than the pre- four years service, will not be serving in the electronics di-
scribed overseas duty tour must
human interest vision.
photography. lIe furnished
government-paid transportation
This is an indication
that
the
extend their term of
voluntarily
intends to take psychologycourses after today, although The "outstanding pilot" and
Armed Services see a definite
service long enough to completethe
at Jacksonville Univer- "outstanding enlisted man"award
dependents already overseas will
value in the Toastmasters which
,
sity to point towards this goal. tour before their dependentswill be furnished transportationhome. is given each year to
offers
pleasant, inexpensive
and
be authorized to join them.
the two men whom the squadron
Immediate plans however .
valuable training for members. ,
t center around his little red The sponsoring member also feels have done the most
must have minimum 12 months In general, only those departing have
scooter, naturally and a for the unit, and proven
a
pro-
continental United States
FRA Slates jected trip to the tip of Florida service term remaining on the the themselves above average in
will have the length of their
station after his
and Key West. overseas family airmanship and performanceof
arrives. tours subsequently modified other duty, respectively.
Memorial Rites than for readjustments requiredto
Doctor: "I'm afraid I don't like Dependents who do not have assure smooth transition.
the way your wife looks." authorized military dependency

At Sea Sunday Husband: "Neither do I, Doc, status are entitled only to those PROVISIONS concerning de- Navy Relief

but man, can she cook." privileges allowed by law. How- pendents' overseas travel are not
Fleet Reserve Association, ever, medical care is authorized. applicable to those now in transitor (Continued from Page 1)

Branch 126, will hold traditional whose travel arrangementswere ficials of the drive, "to give to
memorial "Daddy, why can't I go Out and AND OVERSEAS station allowances
parted shipmates services at sea for de play baseball and go swimmingand for dependents will be completed on or before thisdate. this worthwhile relief agency
Sunday, June
9. fishing like the rest of the paid only to members who are The Navy Relief is doing a tremendous -

Services will be conducted kids?" normally entitled to transportation The new uniform tour lengths job in giving assistanceto
"Shut up and deal. at government expense for apply only to shore-based person
aboard the
Destroyer USS Mc- those who need it. We can't let
Clellan off the nel outside the continental
coast of Mayport. "
the down.
Branch Chaplain Stephen Keegan United States and not to sea duty Society

will preside over the services Q tour of personnel in units home- Those personnel who have not

i which will be attended by Navy cwEE ported outside the continental been personally contacted, are

.. and civilian dignitaries, branch ? ; United States. requested to seek out the appointed
members c However provision relating to
I and Ladies Auxiliary key man in their units
12G. Services their dependents will generally
will be held at 1100. I and offer their contributions.If .
In a climax of the rites, flowers apply
will be dropped over the side 5 the Jacksonville auxiliary is
Ar to be enabled to meet its anticipated
into the sea in honor of those ABCstands for
Dress Whiles
who gave their lives in war-time. requirements during the

The McCellan will depart many things, but primarily (Continued from Page 1) ensuing year, contributions at
the rate of one dollar for $100
Mayport carrier basin at 1030 it should mean 93% of the Pacific Fleet men
will be
monthly needed from
and return about 1200. pay
J L 1( Always Be Careful. of approved the 13-button the return blue last trousers year each and every in officer and enlisted
man this area. This is
ComptrollerContinued that had been replaced by considered as being a "one's fair
Fight fires before they trousers.
zipper-fly share" giving guide used during
( from Page 1)) 4 TilE OPINION registeredwas
this appeal and is not to be
start practice fire prevention con
5 review and assistance. that the 13-button trousers
; strued as a set goal or quota,
Comdr. George R. Brickley, I looked more "salty" and had officials declared.
t who has served as fiscal officer better fit, besides being "tra-

here for the past several years, A fire can be your ditionally Navy"
j will leave soon for duty at MCAS A return to the dress white "Don't let
Cherry Point. pyre if you smoke i iij bed. uniform resulted from observation your needy

Comdr. R. D. Ettinger, Comp- Ask the relatives- of by' fleet commandersthat buddies down. Give your

troller, and Philip D. Myers, many foreign sailors wear

Deputy Comptroller, presentlyhold / some who did whites with blue collars and share to the Navy Relief -
down the executive func- that American sailors would

tions of the Office of the Comptroller look smarter abroad if they Society today."
4"
did, too;