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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 20, 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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HISTORIC POSE This photo brines to a close a chapter in NAS lax 0 & II history. Part of the crew of Assembly Division which i bad a hand In completing the
I major overhaul of the last RID to be overhauled by the department, forms In front of the plane before turning It over to Repair and Ground Check Division and fI'sMtesting. '' I
Overhaul of the RID has served as one of the major programs at 0 & R for several years This R4D-8 Is being readied for Deepfreeze III.

-- : Mainstay For Several Years_




J11X sr Last R4D AircraftOverhauled



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At O&R

VOL-15 No. 11 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 20 June 1957

The last IMD "Skytrain" aircraft to be overhauled at
'-
.. NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department has rolled off the

";' ".' }w.. .: :" : assembly lines, bringing to a close a program which haft
Navy Clothing r'7" < ,: served as one of the major workloads at the department for,

i several years.

Prices To Be iI -. Jax has been handling polar path compass and skiis wilt
I
project on and off since
be installed. The plane Is expected -
I some of all types to be ready for delivery
Hiked July 1 through the plant. July 15. Deepfreeze III expedi-

". WORKLOAD is be- tion will get: underway in tho
Jumpers, trousers, peacoats, with later type air Fall.
raincoats and shoes will cost .
Grumman-
starting July 1, vt. as the S2F Jax O&R has been workingon
,
Navy men more anti-sub plane,
while Waves will more only Deepfreeze aircraft for the
pay and heli-
Crusader jet
for shoes to Navy past three years. In addition to
according R has been working
Times tR : & "Plane 805," 0 & R has "pro.duced" .
since August 1945
Most items will remain un. S2F one other R4D-8 for
F8U for
its first jet
changed, but such items as whisk : Deepfreeze. Two HRS-5 helicopters

brooms and brushes, combs, \i iiIYYNYYr..YY is losing in April.the R4D proj are now in process of being
thread and sewing kits will be completed for the same expedi
Industry. tion. Two other R4Ds have been
stricken from the Navy clothingand Division completed
small stores list and henceforth specially outfitted for "Operation ,
last Friday after
will be available only R4D-8 Dewline," the early alert radar -
sent to Repair and
through Navy ships stores. 4 x..Jfi..Y11.Wllaf" ... ....YiY1SYWMYM.1rYpr.. ..WVA was Check Division. The warning system for Alaska.
Blankets and pillows also are MARINE OF THE MONTH Cpl. Walter McCoy, (left) to be ground Special configurations are involved .
omitted from the list since they Capt. It. J. Keller, NAS Marine Barracks executive officer, flight tested, painted, in overhauling Deepfreeze
commendation for McCoy citing "neatness, attitude This includes winterization
became organizational last year a aircraft. -
and the example he set for other members of the guard" prior to delivery
and are furnished now by the the month of May, which resulted In his being chosen the Deepfreeze III. installing of special elec-
ship or station. of the Month. McCoy, a 19-year old native of Tampa, Fla., FLIGHT test, special tronics and electrical gear, plus
Waves' black oxfords are goingup ceived special liberty in addition to his commendation. other special equipment, to with-

from $4.10 to $8.75 a pair, and 5)o 5)O&R stand the rigors of the Antarctic,
white oxfords from $4.25 to $5.65a Double Of Manuals Erase where temperatures reach 70 degrees -
pair. Male enlisted will pay 40 Change below zero.

cents more for black and brown Job Codes MAJOR PORTION of the over

dress shoes, while general pur- Set Next changes to the Manual haul on these Deepfreeze planeswas
Ceremony FridayA
pose shoes will jump from $5.25to for Advance handled by the Asembly Division .

$6.25 a pair. Rating and a revised where some 100 employees
"first" in the annals of Jax history will
The peacoat is being hiked from Navy Classification Manual were involved in the, assemblyline -
$24 to $31.60; but a Navy blue place Friday, June 28, when Rear Adm. Delbert S. sent to the field," effort. J. W. Andrews, chief
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander
raincoat is increased only by 30 to an article in The Quarterman of Assembly Division
cents, from $12.50 to $12.80. Dress Air Bases 6th ND, will be relieved by Rear Adm. was project coordinator for
G. Switzer and William S. Harris NAS Jax
Capt.
blue jumpers go up from $8.90 to Deepfreeze and Dewline projects.J. .
$9.95; undress blue jumpers ing officer turns over his command to Comdr. Robert wood" classifications from the H. Bedenbaugh, master mechanic

from $6.70 to $7.70; and undress Smith. dropped manual and is Assembly Division Su

white jumpers upped 15 cents to Both Rear Adm. Cornwell and ice. Commander Fleet Air define duties nor perintendent.The .
$2.25. Captain Harris are retiring from of
since August 1955, he of at processing pattern OVCI'haul
The blue melton wool trousersare and it everyone
the service marks the first Jax from duty as grade within a on ah aircraft such as an
pay
hiked from $8.40 to $9.10 a time for such a "double" cere- Carrier Division Four. were also eliminated. R4D goes like this:
pair, while dungaree trousers are mony aboard the Station. The aircraft is received first by
upped from $1.55 to $1.70 a pair. SOME ,000 personnel are expected Admiral Switzer comes to no longer necessary for Examination-Evaluation unit of
Slashed in price are khaki trou- from duty as Commander to carry a classifi
to be on hand for the I Planning Group; then to Dissas-
sers, from $3.60 to $3.35; the blue ceremonies which will begin at Forces, Philippines. At one under the new sys- i sembly Branch of Assembly Division -
working jacket from $7.75 to he was Chief of Naval Air. code will be assigned I
0800 at the Parade Grounds.A where aircraft is dissas-
$7.55; and the necktie from 70 I nical Training. it gives significant sembled commensurate with
pioneer in the developmentof
not covered by a
cents to the 50 cent price level.
naval aviation, Admiral Corn- CAPT. HARRIS has been work to be done; Cleaning unit
WEEKEND TIDE well retires after 35 years serv- (Please turn to Pace 8, Col. ) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1))

HIGH LOW

Fri 1:52 AM: 2:36 PM: AM 8:06: 8:47 PM: Familiarize Yourself With Hurricane onditions i

Sat 2:45: 3:29: 8:57 9:43
Sun. 3:40: 4:22: 9:43: 10:36: -
-...--- Effective through the 1957 which outlines general sequenceof : are possible within 48 hours. Precautions with dependents may b* permitted

King Ilonorman Al hurricane season (June 15 to steps to be taken to insure and operations are as to return to their homesat
November 15)), the Station against injury to personnel and i above. departmental discretion.

AE 'B' GraduationJoe will be in a "seasonal condi damage to government property, Condition II: Destructive windsof CONDITION I: Destructive

tion" as a basis for action in the following conditions are force indicated are anticipated winds of force indicated are imminent
King, AE1, of Zebulon, Ga., established:
the event of a hurricane alert. and all possible precautions
was the honorman in last week'sgrBduation within 24 hours. Precautions en-
CONDITION IV Indicates
a
: to safeguard personnel and
at Aviation Electri- Ample warning will be given abling the entire station to secure
: threat of destructive material will be taken.Should .
cian's Mate School Class B at personnel as to condition prevalent possible within 12 hours will be taken.
NATTCenter. and action to be taken winds of force within 72 hours. General' operations will be con- the station ga into

King, who entered the Navyin through (1) the Huricane Secur- During this condition personnelwill tinued if possible. Station person- Condition I as outlined by the
February 1954, will report to ity Bill, and ((2)) Aircraft Hurri- take preliminary precautionsand nel may be recalled and liberty Hurricane Security Bill, refuge
Heavy Attack Squadron 11, NAS cane Evacuation Plan (IIUREV). continue general operations. canceled. When the station has stations will be as follows: Sen

Sanford, Fla. In the Hurricane Security Bill Condition III: Destructive winds been secured, married personnel (Pleas turn to Fife *, CU>.





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Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 20 June 1957



Adm. Doyle Relieved VA-44, Fasron 6, VA-35 Report

JfI As Training ChiefVice

Adm. Austin K. Doylewas Scouting SquadronsVA44

relieved as Chief of Naval
Published wry Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air I
at -
Station Jacksonville Florida Air Training last Friday I. I
NAB, ,Jackses.ilts !
NAS Pensacola.
(.apt. William Washington, D. C. -
S. Harris .. _, Commanding Office
?
Comdr, Robert 11. Smith: .,-- -. ,. -,- -. ... .... -,-,., _. Executive Officer Acting command of the Welcomed aboard this week to Also welcomed aboard

Rear Fleet Air JatkieaYllle.... .. Navy's largest shore-based take over command of Attack J. Rodis, SN were r
S.Adm Delbert S. Cornwell ... ... Command and E. Fort
Capt. Searcy, Jr. ....-- ,,,,,,.,U..ILL--T Chief elf Staff command passed to Rear Adm. Squadron 44 was Comdr. Thomas both reporting to the sN i
fleet Air WUf Elena Frank Akers who will serve 'Jlornets
Capt. Sidney I s. tawrence Command R. Sedell, reporting from ATU from NA'l'TCenter, Memphis

Comdr. T. S. White ,-.-,-,-....,.,. -,-?-?-.- .- Chief ot Stal in the post until the reportingof 206, Pensacola, Fla. He replaced Fort, a graduate of Emory'Henry
Naval Air TeekBleaJ Tralnlac Center Vice Adm. Robert G. Gold- and
( apt. Charles L. Moore Jr. -,-,???........... Commanding Office Comdr T. J. Taylor, who re- College, Emory, Va.
Comdr. Wilfred E. i'leshman ..?..,.,..L..u.-.. Executive Office thwaite, probably in August. ported to the office of CNO in signed to the Personnel is as.
l
Naval 1I.ltal Office
Papt. Benjamin N. Ahl ?....-??.......?, Commanding Office while Rodis, a native rf w-tt.. '_
Capt. Marcy Shupp ,..?...........?? ? ,.?.. Executive Office ton, D. C., is -- ""umg.
working
NAftTU in the
rapt. Norman O. Anderson _-,__ Commanding Office Education. Office.
Comdr, William E. Hardy _,.,....?..,.?..?......-, .,:,,?.. ? ? Executive Office Aboard the USS Saratoga

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the U. S. Naval Air Station v, \ couple of weeks of for a
Jacksonville, Florida and with fund )
piloted commercially non-appropriated j are
at no expense to the government: and In compliance with NAVEXOS K-.15. Rev. Ltjg( ) Brad KiddIe andTt
Nov. 11M5. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Pat Marsha ( )
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the along with aTJ
U. S. Naval llonpltal. porting crew of J. E. 5
Service Information Officer_._._...._ -.Lt. Dave Bcoilcjr R. G. Kenny, ;
Managing; Editor Andrew II. PlaneyAssistant McBride, AN; T r:
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters' Kay Sutton; Jack Schmidt, ADAN; J. L'. Allard
Holmes, 1'111; Lynn Wcldman, JO3; John ls t-ll. JOKN; Ben BrIar, SA; rT1 AN; N. L. Craft
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff rhotographer James Moore, PH3. AM3; D. R Mc':
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Force Press Service + Brayer, AE2; K. D. King, AT'F
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without L. Turner :
the written permission of Armed Forces Press bervlce. Rcpubllcatlon of othe PR3; J. E. P<,cora
matter except by service publications Is prohibited without permission o t AD2, and W. A. Staley
AD2.
Editor JAX AIR NEWS.
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension eFasron .
8146, 216 or 8164.Veteran.

., 6

Officer I Thirty-nine rating badges for

advancement were presented to

Jf\ enlisted personnel of Fasron Six

Retires After 30Lcdr. June during 17. mornings quarters on


Homer C. Eckles was The first to receive congratula

"piped over the side" recently at tions was John T. Couch, KMCA

Fasron 109, terminating thirty Thursday, June 20 who was presented his thief'
!
years of active duty. Mainside The Land Unknown : r : .
0f io ftfJ o'o. :i'1' 1 cap.Others
Lcdr. Eckles entered the Navy (science fiction) Garfield 't ".\'J;;: : who received their new

on November 24, 1926 as a seaman Kelly, Patrick Condon. Also : : :: {' 1'o::0." stripes were: Billy Chunhvei),
Wonders of r\1 AK1; John Calhoun
apprentice, and through Washington. ATI!; Del-

subsequent advancements attained NATTCenter Badge of Mar- bert Elmore, AMI; Norman Mize

his present rank. shall Bren (western) Carl Smith, AMI; Rufus Howell, AQ1; Richard .

Jim Davis. Also Pearls of the Gagnon, RM2; Charles Gaale.
Included
during his thirty years Pacific. ma, AT2; Eddie Dues, AD2
of active service Lcdr. Eckles
Richard
Cape, AM2; Fred Cheat-
graduated from radioman training Hospital Slander (drama) am, YN2; Kenneth Ryan, PN2

at NOB, Norfolk, Va., served Van Johnson, Ann Blyth. Also b ...... ..... William :
aboard the USS Trenton and the Bad Luck Blackie. # d : : sva\\ :; :r, ....:.....:.;:.,..v.w.ix.;;,; .'raa .:o 'J.fi1+..i.. Barbaree, SHB3; Charles]

USS Richmond. STORM PALS William Engelman, AMI, of NAS Supply Zweigle, AD3; Arlen BiegansJti,

Friday, June 21 Department, and this black dog, without a name, have been close AM3.
lie served at NAS Anacostia; Mainside Bhowani Junction pals since they sat out the tornado which hit the Navy Salvage Also: Paul Franklih, ADJ3

Washington, D. C.; San Juan, ([color adventure) Ava Gardner, Yard recently. A dOlt was also with Engelman when he experienced John Holic ADJ3; Robert Ruff.

Puerto Rico; Naval Research Stewart Granger. a typhoon on the island of Eniwetok in the Pacific. ADJ3; Harvey Rima, ADJ3:

Laboratory, and aboard the USS NATTCenter Land Unknown Glenn Guthrie, ATS; Richard

Charleston. ((science fiction) Garfield Kelly, Severe Storms Attract Clark, AT3; Alford Burchett.

After receiving his commission, Patrick Condon. Also Wonders of AT3; David Smith, AM3; Charles

he was electronics officer with Washington. Sailor Or Vice VersaTornadoes Johnson, AM3; Anthony DePaola,,

Faetulant, Norfolk, Va., USS AM3; Eugene Belcher, AM3; An-
Hospital Badge of Marshall]
Mindora; USS Phillippine Sea thony Weber, AM3; Ronald ]Horn
Bren (western) Carl Smith, Jim typhoons, hurricanes, and storms in general, have an AK3
and with Quonset Point-based ; Joseph Boring, AK3; Larry
Davis. Also Pearls of the Pacific. attachment for William Engelman, AMI, of NAS Supply Department Puleo
AK3
squadron VC12.Shannon ; Burton Hoffman
or perhaps he has for
them. Which ever it is
Engelman
Saturday, June 22 had his share of them. has AK3; Kenneth Sabotichick, PR3;,

Mainside Bernadine (color -errome Kasch, PH3; Robert Me-

Honor Man comedy) Pat Boone, Janet Gay- struck un duty the Navy's when Salvage the tornado Yardon I]I and part of the side ripped away. Carrick; TE3; Alvin Wyatt, YN3;

nor Terry Moore.NATTCenter William Rill
PR3; Raymond Led.
At AK GraduationCecil Roosevelt Blvd., June 8, Eng- Coincidentally, when he sat out
the singer, AK3; Thomas Lucet, AK3,
Bhowani Junction recent tornado
elman
gave the Jax Air News at the Salvage

E. Shannon, Jr., AKAN, ; (color adventure) Ava a first hand Account; of what it i ilike is Yard here, a dog was also with and Robert Iannucci, PN3.

of Williamson, W. Va. was hon Gardner, Stewart Granger. to be in the midst of a tor- him, an un-named mongrel.IN e e

or man in last week's graduatingclass Hospital Land Unknown nado. But it wasn't his first brush 1952 WHILE on duty on the VA35ComFairJax
(science fiction) Garfield with a high-wind storm. island assisted by CVG-
at Aviation StorekceperSchool Kelly, of Guam, Engelman
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won as and
HE SAW assigned squadrons, conducted -
Patrick Condon. Also HIS first tornado
Wonders of as hand to catch the
Class A at NATTCenter. a child driving outer fringe an Administrative/Materi-
along
Washington. a highway of typhoon Nina.
It
with his parents in his hometown _____ this storm that his was during al Inspection of VA-35 last Money
daughter
Su ,
CROSSWORD PUZZLE of Fort Dodge, Iowa.It san was born.
in VA-104 inspected VA-35 nnd
/ACrtou was 1939 when as a seaman
a 'I S C 7 a t HI N His
Spoken .. serving aboard a floating brush with the June 8 tor- found the overall condition of the

-Army meale1'arent V II "" drydock, the ARD-1, at San Diego hado which made a shambles of squadron to be excellent with al)

II Death rattle(colloq,) that Jie experienced his first the Salvage Yard, was a close departments receiving a rating of

.1 :Toward thesheltered \ hurricane. lIe was a crew member one. "I didn't even have time to Excellent. Highest numerical

14-Before aide" )0 l'h: .. ,w,4 aboard a motor launch in the Pray," he said, "because I was grade was won by the Maintenance -

II It--Unruly- children. .,.. If II >11 1. J i bay when the 'cane struck. So all set to be blown away. Department.On .

Arrangement backless seat ... 21 It 11 high were the waves, he recalls, "You can generally prepare for Friday, June 14, a short

JO Adhealve that a captain's gig near the typhoons and hurricanes but ceremony was held at morning
,
II-Kplc aubatance poetry .. II tai 'l'// u launch could not be seen at times twister is completely unpredictingelman a quarters, marking fifteen adancements -

It-High ,., j5 ie by the crew which tried twice in able," avowed. in rate. in the squad-
I -PrepoaltlonSJ 2 :
-Stiff ,. ., vain to make shore. After attempting ron. High point of the ceremonywas
-Cty In DulylCateasured J1 i"O 4 to tie up to the docks, a presentation of a Navy

i a ( with Iff n "h v3 W 'fS the launch turned out into the Troop 131 Pair Tot Unit Commendation by Comdr.

SI-The ankle ys, ..., %'II bay again to sweat out the storm. I Receive Brown to Harold Hildcbrand,
41SouthAmerican( IN 1946, WilEN stationed a I Eagle RankIt's AD2. The commendation was
L. \
., _., p $I "n Eniwetok
mountain Island in the Pacific planned to confer awarded for'Hildcbrand's service
35-Male swan the Eagle
S -Itellrlum I 5J 5tt bi during "Operations Crossroads"when Scout rank on two in Korea.
members
tremens (abbr.) the first "A" bomb Troop 131 of VA-35 has ground offi-
S? :Man'a nameMutilate ,,..rrwwr..rarIlfart .. was exploded at the Muskogee Dis a new
> Engelman experienced trict Court of Honor car Ensign Melvin Dittmcr re-

4J-Covered of step his first typhoon. In other Scout tonight. ported aboard recently. He has

i Inclde vf t-1t inged' -Aquatic IS-\"cftable.... When the typhoon hit, Engel scouters news Troop 131 just completed 40 weeks of ('lec'tronics
41 Orator Abatement mammal :Nodule: of atone are reminded
4 -I'url up V colloq.) 'SI-Reed container A having cavity man was asleep in the mainten forthcoming "the training at Memphisenn. .
4>-Ventilate C-Parent (colUm.) U-Clamorou. of crystal ance shack and his camping periods at the
IkA Rarred Image ( Ran away to Ii-Final J$-Mow'erlng dog, Fritz, Camp Eehockotee lIe will be assigned to
s.
:31-SoUr dink : be marrlw* -*.. H-Kaat Indian shrub lay on the deck nearby. lIe slept 23 and starting June t maintenance
:33: -"\>otllkevtrt 7 Brlntlea. l. woody vine 44--O row Ing out 6f in the 30. department.
54-Nerve n.l .ork -1'Ueee i IT-Kfen 42-Mix shop as a matter of con This .
,. .i-Cfln '- ebsaes It-C"hat 44-Short packet, venience to his work. He is an excellent time to
ob- AN girl'sgure
of to-Macaw 3i-Worahlppers 15lOeprewlonalBoIahevlk I Ir remern- fair : "They tell me your
,> DOWN D1-Lair I 6.. 4 -Weaken J bers being half awake and the expert counsel in passing looks million dol-
r 1-nJobu I .II-RtprotlIeth'e"? leader 47.-CravatM dog merit badge like a
t I-\'nu.\lal bodies $i-Rocky hlft -French article whining, but paid no atten- sailors requirements. Coun- tarsi"t !

Answers to Punic on Pare 8, Col. 5) tion.time, When the shop's he awoke the second camp ln will various be available at SN: "It sure does, but she has
roof was gone fields merit badge an awful lot invested in the

wrong places!"
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n > .;: Classified Employees' Pay :




Boost Chances Improve ,


:}<' ':: '.:'::" ; .. Chances for a Federal pay boost this year for postal and classified
: employees have Improved with the Senate Post Office and Civil f

Service Subcommittee approving pay raise legislation, and the full 'I

Senate Committee due to meet within a week to act on the sub '

V committee's bill, according to the Federal Employees' News Digest, .

] f The bill would provide an
Office and Civil Service Commit
9.25 percent raise
average pay
tee has started hearings. But
for classified workers and a flat
with Congress due for adjourn
$500 pay boost for postal workers.
ment in less than two months,
i; The cost of such a pay raise is '
time is of the essence.
estimated at $676 million.
A PROVISION also is includedin Democrats and Republicansare

the bill limiting agencies to both definitely cool to any

fill only 25 percent of future Federal pay raise and could refuse -

personnel vacancies althoughthe to call up any such legislation

President would be permittedto for floor action if both the

.... _.._.-.." .._HW... .' _"'_ "_ .._.__. ___._. .._.___"'....n_ waive the ban for any department House and Senate Post Office and

SCOUTS VISIT STATION Akout 400 Explorer Scouts of the Sixth District enjoyed a six-day or agency whenever circumstances Civil Service Committees okay
rendezvous aboard the Station last week Included In the full agenda was a general tour of the activities warranted. such pay bills.
I aboard the Station, various demonstrations aid: recreation. One section of the group Is shown Grade increases for classified The President also could veto
here boarding: a motor launch for a short trip on the St. Johns River off the base; where they wit- '
employees would be: Grade 1, any pay raise approved by Con.
messed a simulated helicopter rescue operation. Another croup of 90 scouts from the North Florida
Council arrived yesterday for a four-day encampment. $310; Grade 2, $340; Grade 3, gress, and seems likely to do so
$425; Grades 4 through 10, $475; unless a postal rate increase is

Grades 11 through 13, $500; also approved by Congress.
Use
Explorer Scouts Efficient Manpower Grade 14, $680; Grade 15, $890; In any case, the outcome will

Grade 16, $1,100; Grade 17, not be decided until the final
Here For CampSome Stretch Dollars $1,025; and Grade 18, no increase. days of this year's session ot

90 North Florida Helps MEANWHILE, the House Post Congress.

Council Explorer Scouts arrived -
aboard the Naval Air (Pay bills and career incentives have always been vital intereststo

Station( Wednesday for a three Navy men. The following article discusses some of the long range $15,000 For Unification Study

day encampment. implications behind the Cordiner Committee recommendations.)

The Explorers, who will be It must be recognized that efficient management of man-

billeted in Barracks 432, will power, especially with respect to the military, is a true approach to Requested In Defense BudgetDefense

begin each day with reveilleat the problem of stretching the defense dollar.

0600. The schedule includes Department budget for fiscal 1958
A study of manpower utiliza- and a sizable portion of plans include study
tours of Station, Fleet and tion has been underway since power on the first 10 years of service unification, at a cost of $15.000..
our population must continue in
NATTCentcr activities and March 1956, when Secretary of Defense also wants $16,700,000,
athletics uniform for the forsecable fu Defense to get an objective analysis .
Defense Wilson appointed the of which nearly $11,000,000 wouldgo
of
the
Highlight of the visit will bea Cordiner Committee to study ture. We must make military careers various weapons.
for salaries 'for 1,359 civilians The present 60 analysts is expected
flight aboard a Navy R5D critical career problems and to attractive and desirablefor
whose annual in to jump to 100 next
Friday afternoon. The average salary year.
group offer suggestions for their solu outstanding young men and
departs the Station Saturday tion. women. $7,437, and 566 military person- The corporation set-up .is usedso
morning. I nel assigned to the department. these experts can get more
SEC. WILSON has termed the Only when the Navy ceasesto IN ADDITION Defense wants than they would through Civil
work of the committee as out- be a vocation and becomes a Service, although still ,
some gel
$769,000 for travel in
Dual Purpose Engine standing, calling attention to its career for dedicated young people fiscal 1958-an increase expenses of 10% less than they would in private c
constructive recommendationsfor will substantial savings be industry.

Developed For NavyA a long-range solution to man- possible. Our modern Navy is a over 1957. t
technical organization and The fiscal 1958 budget requestis
dual purpose gas-turbine air- power problems. highly
craft engine, convertible to either Under the Cordiner Commit- its operation calls for both intel- $2.2 million over the '57 budget Navy To Alter

'a turboshaft or turboprop power- tee's proposals, it is indicated that ligence and experience. mainly due to increased pay

plant, is being developed for the I there could be a gain of 15 per- WITH THOUSANDS of men costs, particularly as provided by Next Of KinNotificalions
Navy. I cent in combat capabilities of the leaving the service after their initial the Executive Pay Act of last

Calling for design of two typesof Armed Forces without a signifi- enlistment or even worse, year; an increased contributionto
cant change in the budget, and the Civil Service Retirement
engine having the same basic leaving shortly after the completion
power section, the gas-turbine by 1962, or sooner, a savings of of their technical training, Fund, required by law, and an The
increase of than for Defense Department has::
will be used in helicopters, trans. approximately five billion dollarsa we have little opportunity to more $900,000 .
promised early action to
ports and other support aircraft.To year in the cost of national de provide manpower with vitally the Weapons System Evaluation maximum tact and assure
understandingin
Group. .
be known as the T64, the fense. needed experience. Training a
notifying families
of the deathof
new engine is in the 2,600 horse- The Cordiner Committee's recommendations technician is an expensive pro- TilE LATTER works largely a serviceman. '

power class. As a turboprop, it are incorporatedin cedure and the entire investmentis through the Institute for Defense The Armed Forces
will be able to power propeller- a bill Intorduced recently in lost when he leaves the serv Analysis, a corporation set up by Council is Policy
I to take up the matter
driven and short-take-off-and- Congress (S2014)). ice. (AFPS)
in
effort
IT IS FELT that without Implementation Starkle starkle little twink. an to bring Navy and
landing planes; as a turboshaft, : Marine Corps notification
of the CordinerCommittee's Who the heck I think? pro
are
'copters and converti-planes you
according -
Michigan GI Bonus cedures into line with the
some
to the Navy. recommendations, I'm not under the alfuence of
what different
--< and under limitations imposed by. Michigan veterans have been incohol, system long followed -

Armed Forces members and dependents present public policy, manage given another year in which to Although;: some .hinkle peep I by the Army.".
used USO, facilities ment of military manpower is I Under the Army plan, two messages
apply for Korean War -bonuses. am.I sent.
The first
around the world 44,997,243 times as efficient as possible. fool so fcelish I don't know are notifies .
About 25,000 including. an next of kin of the death and
men- expresses -
last year, according to the 1956 However, we are confrontedwith who is me,
annual report of the United Service the problem of maintaining estimated 6,000 still in service- The drunker I set here the regret and condolence.
:The second includes
information
Organizations, Inc. unprecedented ready military have not applied. longer I be.
about costs that bt borne
,. .. may
wT..rti :L. by the Government.
r.w..j.
The Navy and Marine Corp

have been putting both messages

into one telegram and this system -

has drawn complaints that it ,
was in "poor taste and heart
less."

.

Powerful New Radio

Developed For CorpsAt

the request of the Marine

Corps, the Raytheon Manufacturing -

Co. is developing a new

powerful lightweight radio relay

set that can be carried on a man's
back into inaccessible battle

areas, according to Navy Times.
The new radio will have an effective

range of up to ten miles,
but can be linked in chain fashion.

to transmit messages up to 40
SAFETY AWARDS Three local commands were the recipients in ceremonies last Friday of the Navy's coveted motor vehicle miles. Messages will be beamed
and industrial safety awards. Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, representing: the Secretary of the from point to point over m extremely -
Navy, made the presentations as a crowd of military and civilian personnel looked on. In the left photo, Capt. William S. Harris, (right) narrow
NAS lax commanding officer, accepts the motor vehicle and Industrial safety award. Center photo shows Capt. C. L. Moore, Jr., (left) sky path lessening -
NATTCenter skipper, receiving: the industrial safety award. Right panel has Capt. B. N. Ahl, ((right) Naval Hospital commanding officer, the .chance of enemy Inter
accepting the industrial safety award.




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Cover Wide ScopeSpecial -,... ,.:;;.:,:"'t' -
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A A .. ,. 'j'

Devices Provide "w." i"
:
'.y. ,


Effective Pilot TrainingA

.,
F' ... .
;:<'.:'-: f .
:
Navy pilot glances anxiously down towards the water below \ : ,

into which he has to ditch. Suddenly the plane pluments downwardand

hits with a sickening crash, and the panicky pilot struggles to ;

free himself from the submerged cockpit.

Strong hands reach out to assist .
Wilkinson, who also directs an 1t

him and relieve his anxiety, area of 13 top civilian engineers '-

and he hears a voice say, "OK maintenance
assigned to specialized I
now let's try it again the of intricate trainers.

right way." I q : ? 2c i I
"If we are unable to supply a *
THE PILOT, who had just ex-
suitable training device from the 4 4rdMxl9
perienced the actual sensation of
available to us he said
many ,
first-time ditching his plane, was
"no matter how big or how
seated in the famed Dilbert Dun
small, then we send military
ker trainer.
characteristics of the trainer required -
It's one of the thousands of

special training devices distributed to the regional office in ... .. .".-u...........-. ,- .... ..... ..... ...... ,_... -
Norfolk, Va., for evaluation, who
to the Navy, Army, Marine canted-deck aircraft carriers
model
in turn send them on to TCD in SPECIAL DEVICES PROVIDE TRAINING Five are
Corps, Naval Air Reserve and among the smaller special devices used at NAS Jax to familiarize students with ship nomenclature
National Guard through the US Port Washington for research. Armament, catapult devices, normal and crash landings of aircraft, and many other operational
Device Center GROWING FROM a tiny naval phases can be taught without leaving the classroom. Inspecting the model are, left to right: F. D.
Naval Training ,
research nucleus begun back in Vincent TDCA, of FAETU Training Facilities; NavTraDevCen area representative T. A. Wilkinson,

Port Washington, N. Y., which 1941, the US Naval Training Device and assistant area representative D. R. Brassfield, TDC.
direction of the
" comes under the
Office of Naval Research, Wash- Center in Port Washington .
today uses a large estate to houseits Attitude'
'Responsible UrgedIn i
ington, D. C.Training .Device Center aids : many activities, and employs ,

the talents of over 600 scientists,
cover the entire of I II
scope opera-
engineers, educators, psychologists Discrimination ,CasesThe
tional and tactical training vary-
technicians, equipment and
ing in design and use from the
training specialists: artisans, President's Committee on Government Employment Policyhas
very simple to the very complex. craftsmen and clerical workersin recently indicated its concern with two situations which seem to

Some are designed for mass its never-ending search for arise from time to time in connection with complaints asserting

training, some for individual more effective training methods.I discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion or national origin.
(raining, and some for team I I I
First, individuals calling at the
training
offices of the Committee to discuss -
THE EJECTION seat trainer,
their problems have stated
the low pressure chamber to !. <
that they hesitate to submit a
r,.xH'a'
familiarize personnel with oxy- 1
of discrimination either
complaint -
gen mask usage, the ground loran With TheToastmasters
be-
formally or informally,
trainer, twin-engine instrument
cause of a fear of reprisals.
trainer, jet procedure trainer and
IN ADDITION, in some cases
rTI' !
many other special devices designed ; .. where complaints have been
to save operational aircraft The first "Ladies Night" dm

time are used every day at t 4' *4 made, actions taken subsequentlyby ner-meeting of the Navy Civilian
establishment have led to
the
NAS Jax 'and Cecil :Field, along Toastmasters held Tuesday nightwas
counter charges of reprisal by
with animated classroom training a huge success. Wives of

panels and models.NavTraDevCen ;....3 3.M. : the complainant. members and other guests' were
been
Second, it has reported '
area represen- on hand for the session.
ss.'y that in the
some complainants,
tative for Florida, Georgia and S The program, with Bill Clear-
r '- 'z j, I prosecution of their complaints,
0 man as Toastmaster featured
South Carolina is T. A. Wilkin- I
have abused officials and
con, whose offices arc located in agency three speeches! Don Moran de.
Building 704. have conducted themselves in a livered an orationdemonstrationpn
which would not ordi-
MR. WILKINSON Outlined the ; manner "Wet Water"; Rod Pinney

job as "selling" training devicesto narily be tolerated. spoke on "Men"; while Lawton
Neither situation should exist.
1
units within his area requiring Green's talk centered around

them to fit particular training The committee expects that com- "Why Do Women Marry?".
will be bonafide and madein
plaints
problems. "If any unit has a LINSPECTS L- Three other members talked
temperate and reasonable
training problem we'd certainlylike themselves out of an extemporaneous -
terms, and that no reprisals for
to help solve it," said Mr. speech by expounding why
the be making of a complaint will they thought the others could doa

permitted. better job.T. .
THE AGENCY HAS the re-
A. Wilkinson, as master

sponsibility for investigating evaluator, headed a panel of

HIS NEW SQUADRON Comdr. Thomas Sedel complaints thorougly and expedi- evaluators, including Ernie New-
rIves his men a "4.0" on a dress white Inspection held this week tiously and for conducting nEgotiations -
for Attack Squadron 44's change of command ceremony. Relieving with the in berg, Andy Planey, and George
FROM Comdr. T. J. Taylor as squadron skipper, Comdr.Sedel found that complainant Hyde. Dick Silbernagel was topic
SALTY HUMOR his new duty brought about a reunion of old friends, as well as the an amicable manner. The com- master.

HER AND THERE opportunity of making new ones. During the Pacific campaign of plainant has the responsibility The next regular meeting i i'
WWII Comdr. Taylor, Comdr. J. Shuff, executive officer of VA-44, for conforming to established
and Comdr. Sedel were all assigned to Task Force Fifty Eight. scheduled for June 25 at the
A girl: and a car are much standards of personal conduct or
Comdrs. Taylor and Sedel were even assigned to the same ship, Cumberland Community Centerat
alike. A good grease and paint the USS Lexington.: being liable to standard discipli- 1930. *

job conceals the year, but the -- --- nary action.
Wives and hand for
guests on
lines tell the story. Women Lead Both management and the
Survey Shows Men Tuesday's meeting included Mr,
complainant have the responsi-
Jay Ellis, Mrs. Rod Pinney, Mr?.
A boy and a girl were out rid bility for making a cooperative
: In Federal Service Promotions Ernie Newberg, Mrs. Lawton
ing. They came to a quiet spot effort to get at the facts and to Green, Mrs. Aubrey Silvey, Mr?.

on the dark country lane and the More women in government service are promoted than men, correct any inequity in a dispas- Andrew Planey, Mrs. William

car stopped. but more men go up to supervisory positions. sionate manner. Clearman, Mrs. George Hyde, end
"Out of ," the young Romeo, This of
gas expression policy by, Jim Horton Norfolk Va.
of
This note on the battle of the ,
.bald. service more than six grades under the President's Commission is

The girl opened her purse and I sexes appears in a recent Civil that now held. affirmed for the administrationof If one and one are two

pulled out a flask. Service Commission study of pro- The average time in grade be- this program in the Depart- And one and one do marry
motion and revealed in
"Wow! exclaimed the boy, practices fore promotion was 2.53 years, ment of the Navy. How is it in a year or so

"What's that?" columns of the Navy Times. The but for those promoted to super- There's two and one to carry?
Times reporter explains that the
visory positions it was 3.22
"Gasoline!I" years.
S study was made "to find ways to Length of service records show Choral Society

improve the promotion system, I Commisary ClosedThe
Medical Officer: "Now really that 84.3 percent of those pro-

sailor, in civilian life would yoi; and to make" promotions more moted to a supervisory job had Sets ProgramThe NAS Jax Commissary

come to me with a trivial com. competitive. more than five years service. For Store, located in Building 135,

plaint like this?" OTHER FACTS revealed by the other type jobs, 64.4 percent of Jacksonville Choral Society will be closed all day, Friday,

Sick Sailor: "No, sir, I'd sem survey are: more vacancies are those promoted had more than has announced the programfor June 28, for inventory

for you" filled by promotions than by five years service.CONSIDERED its fifth season which opensin

I hirings; more veterans are: pro- A good sign was November with the presenta- featured in leading roles, with

Blonde: "Sorry, but I never gout <) moted than non-veterans; and almost the fact that 95 percent of all tion of Verdi's opera, "Aida." members of the Choral Society

with perfect strangers." two-thirds of all promotions promotions went to people within North Florida's foremost choral singing supporting roles.

Sailor: "That's alright, babe, :I go to employees under 40. the agency, showing that the group, which combines the best Sustaining membership tickets,

in't perfect"I The average employee promotedhad agency looked out for its own male and female voices in the which are good for two admissions

entered civil service three to people rather than "raiding" area, will present Walton's can- to each performance, are

Chaplain: "Son, are you saying four grades below that to which other government departments. tata, "Belshazzar's Feast" in Feb- available for $10 and $20. Detailscan

half of what you make?" promoted showing that people Moreover, an average 84 percentof ruary 1958 and Puccini's "La be obtained by writing to

Sailor: "No sir, I don't set tha t do keep moving up. The average promotions within a local field Boheme" or "Tosca" in May 1958. Jacksonville Choral Society P.O.

much" GS-1I cr above had entered the office go to people\ the (lff <'f'. New York opera artists are Box 311, Jacksonville, Fla.


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Hill Subcommittee I -

Eyes PeacetimeBill '." Health Of Troops Is Prime \


Benefits Concern Of Navy, MarinesThe


, Formal hearings on a peacetime health of men in the Navy and Marine Corps has always
s i GI Dill were concluded last been of prime importance in keeping the men of the fleet and shore
I week by a five-man Senate installations in a high degree of physical fitness both in war and ,

Labor subcommittee which has peace. ,

yet to decide whether or not to The Dispensary and Dental submarine medicine technicianto

go ahead with it. Clinic at NATTCenter do their a medical repair technician,
Still considering Veterans Administration share in helping maintain this the NATTCenter Dispensary has

cost estimates on f P TA physical fitness. 12 such technical specialists onit's
.
various plans the unit has been
UNDER THE direction of Cap- staff.
I studying, the subcommittee may
delay chances for enactment of tain Jack .C. McCurdy, senior With a 24-hour watch main

the Bill this session. Some hope ISASSt; medical officer, and Captain tained, statistics reveal that many
that a peacetime plan will be en- George H. Mills, senior dental personnel are served. For the
acted tarly in the next Congres- officer, these two departments, month of May, 1,019 NATTCenter
sional session, while others feel A c,4 )P with their competent staffs, personnel were treated, 2,388
there is no chance for such a ) maintain the high efficiency well partial or complete physical ex-:
program In either session on account known by men in the Naval aminations were given, 130 in-
of the cost involved. Service. noculations administered, 182 X-

Suggestions made by witnesses Assisting 'Doctor McCurdy In rays taken, 379 laboratory exami-

during the hearings ranged from r- S the Dispensary are Lt. Wilbur nations given, and 755 issues
giving the peacetime group three- Crenwelge: Lt. Clifford Raisbeck; made from the pharmacy.IN .

fourths to half of what was made Lt. Albeto Sion; Lt. Julian Brad- ADDITION, frequent sanitary .

available for the Korea group. .......... ....._m..nnn..n_ berry, administrative officer; 21 inspections of mess halls,
One told the subcommittee that OPEN WIDER, PLEASE Capt. George H. Mills, senior corpsmen, and one civilian. swimming pools, barracks, and
"we do not desire benefits mere dental officer at the NATTCenter dental clinic, rives a Marine
ly because they have been givento student a checkup to determine the amount of work that has to WITII APPROXIMATELY 50 all dairy products must be per
be done. technical specialities within the formed.
former groups of veterans, but
to assist us in the process of re- hospital r ...corps. ranging from a Assisting Doctor Mills in the
adjustment Dental Clinic are Captain Damon
lIe said starting anew and Bernard, Lt. Ethan Allen, Lt.
overcoming the two, three and F Charles Boline, Lt. Charles
four-year advantage held by Y Friedman, Lt. Earl Schuh, and Lt.
those not having served wouldbe 4 Harry Weinberg.

aided by a .benefit. system. __ \ With the assistance of 13 dental
technicians, figures show that for
-Skipper the month of May, 692 patients
k .k received treatment at the Dental

Gets CNO Duty ( Clinic .

.. ,
Comdr. T. J. Taylor, commanding n .4.
MDBS Members
officer of Attack Squadron 44,
was relieved of command of the

"Hornets" by Comdr. ThomasR. 1ifm. Receive Ballots
Sedell on Monday, June 10.
The commander, better known at Y,OJ4rV Official ballots for election of
the squadron as 'Tiger Jack," members to the Board of Trustees I
had been skipper -lor the past 18 and for vote on the proposed
months.He amendments to the constitutionand
will report to Washington, .. ,. .- by-laws have been mailed to
I D. C., to the Office of the Chief of all members of the Employees
Naval Operations for further < > Mutual Death Benefit Society.
duty. 1""i '', .. ...,
< The names of candidates for
During his command, the : STEADY HAND Charles election printed on the ballots are
squadron won second place in ., .'< A Richards, 1IM3, displays the
those nominated

the All Navy Weapons Meet, and _'ff.W..ff.... ",::.i..'nn.(: l_ i4ktt,1........ _._'._ ...._." ." 'W' oM .... ... ............;.i steady ing the hand prescriptions needed in needed prepar-in I ing the past general by members employee dur-
captured a score of Navy "E"s.
TAKE A DEEP BREATH Capt Jack C. McCurdy, senior maintaining the health of election. ,
Accompanying Comdr.
Taylor medical officer at NATTCenter, commences the physical examination I NATTCenter personnel.
Proposed amendments
((0 Washington will be the famous of Daniel Curtis,, AEI, upon his application for Officers Can- to the
Tiger Head trophy of the Hornets, didate School. Over 2,000 examinations are given each month at 'Copiers Seen Going constitution and by-laws require
which was presented to him by the dispensary. approval of two-thirds of the

the squadron for outstanding Aboard DestroyersThe I membership to become effective.
'leadership. Employees are urged to read care-
Action On Cordiner
---* S Pentagon Navy is considering the fully the proposed amendment,
use of helicopters aboard de complete' ballot and return in the
DONOR BLOOD Proposals Expected SoonThe stroyer-class ships for anti-sub- stamped readdressed envelope by-
marine warfare Tests, involvingthe June 28.

Pentagon is paving the way for action on at least seven of Mitscher and two types of
the Cordiner Committee's non-legislative proposals and for remote helicopters, are being conductedoff
duty pay and larger quarters allowances within two years. Newport, R.I., the Navy said. 1

The Mitscher, 450 feet long,
Action on retaining, specialized
ices working out the details in displaces 3,700 tons. Originally
training and obligated service, some cases, and in others joint designed she
as a destroyer, was
college education for qualifiedmen services or Defense committees re-rated while under constructionand

military leave, officer service being formed to get the projects was classified a frigate in

after education paid for by underway. 1055.
-- Personnel ..
------ ( are Invited to visit
the services and "career officer
the usa
Servicemen' Club at 37
quality" is in the package. Aimedat West Monroe St. The club is open

Twenty-one employees have giving the services more mil Banjos Replace Bongos from 0900 to 2230 daily.)

Joined the blood donors rolls at age for their.personnel dollar, Friday, June 21 Orchestra,
NAS Jax since June 5. thousands of officers and enlistedmen Under Influence Dance. Junior hostesses available
would feel the impact.SO .
Donating blood during this as partners.
time were William Houston, Cur- FAR ONLY one of the Cor-
tis Baker made The traveling American tertained a Navy bomber pat- Saturday, June 22 Come and
Donald Carter, Thomas diner proposals has head-
Ferguson,. Renzer Bell, Freddie way-a watered down version of serviceman.carries. music with rol group with chants and Meet the Gang.
Johnson, William Marsh, Luther the proficiency pay for enlistedmen. him wherever he goes. dances. Sunday, June 23 1000, Free
McGee, William Johnson, John Because servicemen. insist The airmen f in turn swayed coffee hour; 1045, off to churchof
Mathe, Wendell Daniels, Richard Officer term retention con. the natives with guitar music your choice; 1730, Vesper and
on having home-style music,
and barbershop harmony refreshments by Brentwood
Smythe Bap
Wallace Dickson, Os-
is still waiting
tracts Congres-
wald Hale and Thomas High- I they tote accordions, violins, Today when visitors and 11 tist Church; 2000, movie, "It Happens .
sional action, and most importantbut
banjos around the world. And '
servicemen return to re'I Every "
tower Ugi Thursday
all of 0 & R. ,
( rejected by the administration with the help of Special Srv-
mote from all
Others from Public Works Included 1 at least for this year) are: ices instruments, they form civilization, they Monday, June 24 Junior hostess .
hear native
a
quartet
John Luplow, Fred Kim- swinging
4 expanded grade structures; a meeting.
brell, Charlie Powell, Harry everything from dance bands its favorite tune, "I've Been
Williams, Leroy Campbell and I complete proficiency pay system to hill-billy and jazz combos. Working on the Railroad." Tuesday and Wednesday, June
j for enlisted men in-grade steps,
Arthur Davis. ; ONE OF the strangest musi. AWARE OF the need for 25-26 Use USO Club facilities:
--5 I and revised pay scales for all cal swaps took place during music in the services, the Parties, singing, games, TV room, '
An Arkie came back from leave I grades. WWII on Ugi, one of the Armed Forces and the Amer- dances, showers, snack bar, housing 1
with a story about the mountaineer Other Cordiner recommendations smallest islands in the Solo- ican Red Cross make instru- bureau, mending and pressing -
who put a silencer on his t which do not require new mons chain. Natives in that ments available anywhere in check room service, shaving
'hot gun because his daughter J legislation, and mostly no money, primitive jungle country en-the world. equipment, writing desks and
wanted a quiet wedding. are! being studied, wilh the !serv !


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Braves Slate VP-18 Repels Challenge For NAS I '


Home StandThe Bowling League First Place Spot ; t!! SPOR s


mazdas remain dark at the VP-18 recorded a 3.1 victory f 2. :

new Jacksonville baseball park over Special Services last Communications blanked ts. *,\.Si: ; : : irj.:
,"1h ,?, .; ,,,
until June 24 when the Jax week to continue in first place VA-44; Fasron Six bestedin "

Draves return home from a week- Mainside intramural bowl. VFP-62 "C," 3.1; then turned Qualifying June 29-30

long road trip to battle Knoxvillein ing league play. in a 3.1 decision over VF-171..

a 2000 tilt. MARTD took an easy win VP-18 holds a 54-18 mark

The BraVes-Smokles series will over Hospital when the Medics while sitting atop loop stand- Plans Formulated FOl-

last through Wednesday with had to forfeit ings. Second place MARTD

Charlotte moving in for a four. Third place VA-172 blanked has a 46-18 record with third.

game stand beginning June 27. FAW-11 4-0, then turned in a spot VA-172 possessor of a 41- 6ND] Golf TournamentAn

All single night games get underway 3-1 win over Communications. 19 mark.

at 2000 with doubleheaders However VA-172 lost later in Next comes Operations
outline of plans for the Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament
scheduled for a 1830 begin the week to Fasron 109, 3-1. owners of a 43-23 record fol
July 28-31 at NAS Jax were released late last week.
ning. Sunday games start at 1500. ComFairJax won a forfeit .lowed by VFP-62 "C," 40-20
Servicemen are admitted to the victory over the last-place and ComFairJax with a 41- Competition will be in three di Club.

. ball park for only 50c upon Waves. 0 & R Officers lost to 27 mark. visions: Open Women's and 6ND golf winners will enter

showing ID card. No uniform is VF-171 4-0, but won by forfeit Fasron 109's Beavers own. a Seniors. Latter is for male, entrants the South Atlantic Regionals at

required. later in the week, over VW-4 respectable 41.29 slate. over 45 years of age. NAS Memphis, Aug. 5-9.

r QUALIFICATION rounds will
be held at the NAS Jax course
Mellon Grabs r- '' '' June 29-30 for all eligible per AFPS SPORTS

sonnel hoping for a place in the

Eastern tourney as NAS Jax representative.
Navy Roundup

Pistol CrownWilliam Qualifying in the Men's Open Touching All Bases . Cincinnati
category will be conducted over slugger Ted Klusxewskf,

Mellon, NAS Jax 36 holes with the women and after a checkup at Lahey Clinicin

small-arms instructor and Sixth Seniors trying out in 18 holes. Boston which pinpointed his

Naval District? pistol champion FOUR LOW finishers in Open back ailment as disc trouble, re-

added to his tourney laurels by and Women's divisions will rep joined the team. For, suitable exercises -

capturing the All-Navy Eastern : 'k :''' g resent Jax Navy in ,District play. doctors told Ted to per-

pistol crown last week at Dam .,{.#''' "S ',fj1 i; The two low men will qualify for form the "bumps and grinds" ofa
'" "",\" District Seniors competition.
Va.Mellon dancer.
Neck burlesque
tallied a 559x600 twice \.,, '\........ t' ',,".:'>-)-;",",",::,<.., ..., Highlight of the 6ND Tourney Quantico Marine pitchers come

over the national trophy match -: : ..'A."",, will be a banquet to be staged In big and bigger sizes. All four
course for his impressive win. .{. t' July 29 at 1900 at the Chiefs of the starters are over six feet

CWO Jack Kanawel, of Parris and three of them weigh in excess

Island MCRD, snared the individual 'Don Larsen' Bit of 200 pounds Don Pav-

rifle title by firing 473x k, letlrh, bonus catcher of the Cincy

500. Redlegs, enlisted in the Army forte
> \ Hurled AE
Six top finishers in pistol and By years at Milwaukee Bob

rifle firing advanced to the All- Lemon, the Cleveland rightie has

Navy Finals this week at San School ChunkerAction 28 victories over the Yankees
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Potomac River Naval Com I TAKE INDIVIDUAL TITLES CWO Jack Kanavel (left) in NATTCenter's intra- in the junior circuit.
and Bill Mellon ADI of NAS Jax each other after
mand edged Fifth Naval Districtfor taking top honors for Individual shooting in the Eastern Navy mural softball league was high- Stan "The Man" Musial has
the pistol team crown. NAB- Pistol and Rifle Tournament held recently at Dam Neck, Va. lighted last week by a sparkling scheduled next summer as when
TC Pensacola took third spot.In Kanavel stationed at Parris Island MCRD look the .SO-c&llber performance from George Sum- he'll hit his 3,000th major league
rifle title and ND snared the ,45-tallber of Aviation Electrician's
Mellon champion, pistol mers
knock The
rifle team firing, NATTCenter base Chicago
crown. Both men will compete in the All-Navy meet at Ban Diego, Mate School.
Memphis beat out Ninth Na California. Bears have signed Ft. Huachuca'sJohn
val District forthe title. t Summers hurled a perfect "Showboat" Davis: to a pro

More than 200 entrants from game against AGO School help- football contract. lie's a 6'3",197-

all Atlantic Fleet-type commands Good Pitching Timely Hits ing his mates carve out a 6-0 pound, defensive halfback and

and naval districts east of victory. offensive end.Baseball .
the Mississippi participated in the The AE School chunker didn't Oddity It's been
allow a man to reach first base, thirty since there was an
five-day competition. Put Fliers In 6ND LeadJax years
hurling one of the finest games unassisted triple play in the big

ever pitched aboard the Station. leagues but the last two were

DOPE Navy took an early lead in the Sixth Naval District Summers gained win number pulled on successive days. On

DISTRICT Baseball League over the weekend by taking two of a three- two for the week by downingthe May 30, 1927 Chicago Cub short..

Filers 6ND League Averages game series from Memphis Navy at Mason Field. Support Splinters 11-4, with .. stop Jimmy Cooney pulled one

Gibbon 1Uyrr, ,rr.". 11b 2h l tb 2 0 161 The Fliers jumped in front by same lines, but a threebaseerror Gene for AE's Steelman nine. getting a homer and the very next day Johnny

Shapiro 2b 3 12 1 1 1 0 .083 taking both ends of Saturday'stwinbill by the Memphis right- Neun Detroit Tiger great, clickedon
Wright. 3tncMent > 3 13 2220 ,153 The Marine Aviation Detach-
: winning 2-0 behind the one from his first base posi
s* 3 9 4354 .411 fielder after two were away set
back the
Suffer c 3 10 1 2 1 1 .100 brilliant four-hit pitching of ment got on winning tion. There have been seven in
3 90200.000Jankunla the stage for DeMent's second
Leelf road with three victories last
p-lb 3 10 404 1 :.400 Frank' Jankunis, then taking a blow. all baseball history, and all have
winning
Houxseln. rt 3 90000 .0(10)( game week.
5.4 decision with VP-18's Brian been with
first
pulled runners on
Mlncle.; plbliushpy. 2 72030 .285 The Fliers next league play will The Marines downed the Splinters

p 121r ,0': .2..500 lussey tossing a neat seven-hit- and second base only instead of
be 1 2 and 3 with Mem
ritrhrr I IP h fJO July 13-1 decisioned AvFund
Jankunls 194010 )( er. the expected bases-full situation.
I phis at the Tennessee city. School 11.0 Kern Rutgerson's
197410 1000 on
lruxseq FRANK DEMENT'S big bat
: The Yankee Way Not since
SlInge( 1 9 7 5 0 1 .000
Issued no earned runs In full nine provided the winning margin in no-hitter then bested AGO the days of the famous Babe
inn)nga. School 10-8.
both> games. DeMent, hard-hitting Ruth "tummyaches" have the
The Missilemen of NAWS
shortstop from NATTCenter, New York Yankees had much in
Smith, Comdr. Brango doubled home both runs in the School also collected three vic- the way of after-hours problems
tories. took the of
They
Score In Blind Bogey 1-0 opener. He then lined one measure until the recent "Battle of the
Aviation Fundamentals 131
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,
some 300 feet to right center Copa" involving several of the
.. Ltjg( ) R. L. Smith capturedthe downed AK School by forfeit,
scoring Wright from third base M. more famous Yankees. If you
regular weekend Blind Bogeyat then copped a 7.3 victory from
with the deciding after two !
run doubt the strength of the Yankee
the NAS Jax course, shootingan the Support Splinters.AGO's .
down in the last of the
were bench-next day, with Billy Mar
85 with a 13 handicap to bring Ensigns collected a lone
ninth. tin and Carey already out
Andy
his the number 72. AO 14-4 ,
score to lucky win defeating School, ,
bounced backto
Sunday Memphis benched the
Stengel
Comdr. Nicholas Brango took x with Vince Anania hurling one of manager
salvage one game at the expense best pitcher in the American
second place honors with a net the better games of the season.
75. of Red Mingle, victim of a Aviation Fundamentals blasted League and the highest paid
five run fourth inning. Memphisput catcher in baseball history and
AO School to the tune of 17-2.
together four hits after two. still won. his game with the
Gunnies
The then earned a win
Young NAS Golfers errors and a fielders' choice a by forfeit over AK School. Yanks pulling a triple play in the
loaded the bases to gain a 5-4 process.
EventFive
In City Jr.
The strength of the bench is
from NAS win.MEMPHIS' s Medical Officer
youngsters VIC Michels
was the secret of the Yank success. No
Jax are competing in the City likewise a victim of errors in the science is more exact than the

Junior Golf Tournament this second-half of Saturday's twin Departs Center care feeding and development of

week at the Brentwood course. bill when three consecutive Mem- Lt. Wilbur E. Crenwelge, (MC), Yankee baseballers. Nothing is

The lads are: Jay Harvey, phis errors loaded the bases in Medical Officer at NATTCenterwas left to chance and from his bud

son of NAS Jax pro Jack Harvey the Fliers three-run fourth. George TOSSES Summers GOOSE student EGGS -at detached from the Center ding in the minor league gardens

; Ace Johnson; David With the bases jammed Jan- AE"B" School at NATTCenter, Saturday, June 15. until his delivery to Yankee
White; Bob McCauley, and kunis playing first base, singled displays the ball with which he Doctor Crenwelge will report. Stadium the rookie is instilled

Andy Taylor. home one run and winning hurler tossed a perfect game against to the Commandant, Eighth Naval with the idiom that the Yankee
the Ensigns of AGO School in
Hussey helped his own cause a Center intramural softball District, New Orleans, La. for way is the winning wayc.AFPS( )
When a wife is "outspoken" I'n; with a two-run single. encounter last week. Summers duty under instruction for res- 'a

sorry to state I1USSEY BLANKED Memphis wlnnlngrest pitcher in the idency training in Pediatrics at Virtues are learned at mother's

That the one who outspeaks he:r in the ninth and it appeared Up- league the All-Station hopes to playoffs see action later in the University of Texas Galveston knee and vices at some other

is seldom her mate. shaw was thinking along the this season. Tex. joint.r .

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r: Paul Shows Fine Form In


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Winning Water Ski o ShowJerry


Paul, of Naval Air Weapons Systems School, capturedtop
honors In the first annual NATTCenter Slalom Water Ski

Tournament last Saturday at Doctor's Inlet.

\ : : t ; : : Three winner trophies and runners-up.Wfre awardedthe Paul, / 10; Lcdr. Benjamin Colkitt; Jr.,
AOB( ) and Maxim Lubscuk,
k showing better than amateur
NAWS, each nine points.
form, netted 15 out of a possiblescore
14 states were represented by
of 16 points.
the 18 entrants, with Paul, a
Close behind and tied for sec-
land-locked Iowan, showing the
ond place with 14 points were .
S/Sgt. Edward Liddy of AEA( ) way

School, Newt Wilson of AEB( )

rY School and Dean Sarafianos of SPORTS

Operations.In '
a playoff for second and

third place trophies, Wilson SCHEDULE

Q scored a perfect run while Sara-
Week of June 20-28
finos edged Liddy to take third
Baseball: Jax Navy Fliers vs.
place laurels.
Others showing a lot of talent Eglin AFB, June 21.22, home.
Fliers vs. Donaldson AFD, June
AGO .
were: Lawrence Dalrymple,

DISPLAYS WINNING FORM Showing the form that enabled him to take first place In the School, 13 points; Jim Donnelly, 24-25, away.
I first annual NATTCenter Slalom Water Ski Tournament is Jerry Paul, GFC, of Naval Air Weapons I AEA), and Raymond Williams, Rifle-Pistol: All-Navy Tourney
Systems School. Paul drops the tow line after completing a very successful run on the slalom I NAWS, 12; Robert Lewis, AGO, final day June 22, at San Diego,
course. lie ran the course in perfect form, garnering the maximum number of points. Calif.

VA-34 Softball: Waves and NAS Civil.
Issues Single Hit Sponsors
Plan Swim Class ians play Monday and Wednesday
evenings in Women' City

Dependents Naab Silences VP-18 Entry In Midget League. 4 .

The Special Services Department -
at NATTCenter announced Baseball LeagueMembers Navy Represented
Bats VP-16 Wins 41VP18's
this week that swim ; of Attack Squadron At Turf MeetingThree

ming classes for dependent 34 are playing the part of base
children will soon be avail- powerful softball team, running rampant over ball club owners, having an entryin men connected with'
able. Mainside\ Intramural Softball League competition since the the Northern Midget Baseball Navy golfing circles attended the

Classes will be conducted season began, met its match in a game last week with VP16at I League. monthly meeting of the Georgia-
Albemarle Field. Florida Turf Association at Sea .
daily, Monday through Friday, I The team's uniforms were pur
at 0900, 0945, 1030, and 1115. Bob Naab, displaying a big bag Hospital, 13-2. chased with money contributed Island, Ga., last week.

Price for the ten lesson course of pitching tricks propelled by a VFP-62 decisioned Special by officers and men of the attack Jack Harvey, NAS Jax pro,
will be $7, with a qualified well-oiled arm, pitched his VP- squadron.The was at the gathering along with
safety instructor maintainingthe 16 mates to a 4-1 win over pre Services, 19-2, then downed Per- Fred Ghioto and Bob Grove, of
team, dubbed Hyde Park
classes.If viously unbeaten VP-18. sonnel, 133. FAETU downed Cecil Field.
Blue Blasters, currently sports a
sufficient interest is NAAB HAD trouble finding the Special Services, 7-4 while VW-4 3-5 record. Coach Lester Reider The latter course in business

shown, afternoon classes will plate in early stages of the game trounced the hapless SS nine, reports they're now coming along Hi years has never had an ace
be scheduled. For further information but found himself in time to posta 16-6. fast recorded by any linkster.

phone extension sparkling one-hitter. He struck Ghioto at the Cecil
NARTU'S giant killers cooled Also coaching the team is WilLiam pro layout
8294, 8228 or 8439. out 19 batters. and who is entered in the Way-
I off VP-16 and Naab, 2-1, despitea Thomas. VA-34 is based at
Naab, recently of AGO Schoolin i one-hitter by the Patrolmen's Cecil Field. cross, Ga., Okefenokee Pro-Am
the NATTCenter circuit, Tournament currently underway,
chucker. members James
classy Team are:
Waves Civilians
walked the first man to face him, Murphy; Bob Shelton; Bob Monroe has made a standing offer to the
Jim Wolkensdocfer, who advanced rf vr':-"t't': C'''N Phq'( : :1 first person to make a hole-in-
; Mike Murphy; David Wal
Begin 2nd Half to second on a wild pitch. 4 rY ters; Mitch Hallbrook; Harry one there.

The speedy VP-18 runner then '''6 : Travis; John Adams; Crawford Find out from the personable

City Loop Race"New stole third and seconds later, on :' Wilt; Red Messimer, and John Ghioto what the prize I*.
another Naab errant toss, scored Patton. ----...-----

life" seems to have been 18's lone run. : Also, Robert Buechler; Charles G. L. Boudrcaux nits

instilled in both NAS Jax entriesin ONLY HIT off Naab's offeringswas Baer; Richard Kane; Lonnie El- Perfect Skeet ScoreTwo
Women's City League softball a tin-horn bunt by R. L.Dockstadcr t' ., lis; Mac Vanderbilt; Phil Mitchell -

second half play. in the third frame. ; Bill Salisbury; Tommy Tyler; members of Jax Navy's

The Crackerjax, NAS Waves lie died on second. Mw: Y Frank Stokes; Mark Thomas, crack skeet team fared well at

team, defeated Prudential in the VP-16 scored two runs in the 1 mascot, and coaches Reider and the weekly shoot at the Jackson-

opener, 16-4, to avenge a first- fifth. Naab walked with one out, I'p Thomas. ville Gun Club Sunday.

half loss. and was pushed into scoring position Jax Navy's G. L. Boudrcaux

NAS CIVILIAN Women, door- when Bai Rossi lined a driveto nt E Pensacola Announces registered a perfect 50x50, tieing
mats during first-half activity, center field. After two were k, ro with Lou Ritter and Francis Ellis

displayed a much stronger teamin out, Bill Belts hit one off VP-18 1957 Football CardAn for first place.
their second-half opener although hurler Ed Brown's glove to score }R Ken Pcndergras, another Jax
taking a 7-6 loss at the Naab and Rossi. attractive nine-game schedule Navy scattergun ace, tallied a
has been drawn up for the 49x50! score for second place.
hands of Y House.
Opportunity VP-16 tallied twice more In .
In the Crackerj ax-Prudential the sixth inning. o?'S : Pensacola Navy Goshawk football -
: They say that in China you can
team this fall, according to
tilt, Judy Bozman hurled a seven- IN OTHER games last week, three
get; pounds of Imported
head coach Lt. Bob Schwoeffermann. -
hitter for the winners. Regular Fas/on Six, holding second Swiss cheese, a' case of beer, .

starting pitcher Diane Hicks place, hung a 5-2 setback on Dispensary's One of the season's highlightswill quart of whisky and a wife all
played second base, filling in for slipping crew. for five bucks.
be the annual Shrine
injured Carolyn Johnson. VA-172 moved into third place charity
< qyt at Pueblo Colo., with the Probably lousy whisky
ZN game ,
Jax in the
Navy got six runs by defeating FAWTU, 3-1, and ; ; .ya
opening frame, three in the second Goshawks facing Camp Carson.

five in the third and two in 0xe The Pensacola gridders, who This Guy Holds No
the fourth inning. The game was compiled a 5-5-1 record last year,
called after four frames. NAS SOFTBALL will play four of the five op- Lore For Ole Jax

SIIIRLEY Hanson blasted two I ponents who beat them in 1956. It perhaps goes without say

homers and Darlene Hillaert got SLATE These include No. -ranked ing that Columbia Gems pitcher -

one four-bagger in pacing the Shaw AFB, Eglin AFB, Ft. Jack- Tom McGroarty doesn't
Crackerjax at bat. Tbartdajr J..e 2. son and Camp Lejune. hold any particular love for
AlbpmarU 1545 )0.... 6 v. VP-18 Pensacola will also Brooke Jacksonville.Last .
The NAS Civilians played their Saratoga 1545 VA-172 vs I>tsp. play
Enterprise IH1J)*> )0.... l09v. Pert.EnterprU Army Medical Center, Keesler week in
best game of the year in the Opportunity : 1SM5! NARTUvi Hosp. a Sally League
House tilt. Loser Jean- Monday, Jane 14 AFB, Scott AFB and Great Lakes game at the local ball 'park,
ette Reilly hurled good ball Albemarle 1545 VP-18 vi Comm. NTC. McGroarty was knocked out of
Yorktown 1545 KM. 109vi pl
through 1545 Sp. S r,v P-.t --4s the box by the Jax Braves. He
most of the game. Saratoga JJARTUKnterprlM
1945! I'er. vs VA-172 ------ -_. _...._.- A husband went out with the
Big sticker for the Civilian was charged with a defeat.
J".. M
TseiiUr. boys. lie
stayed out until he
crew was Gulemi Harrison, who 1545 VP.16OS VA-173 NEW MAN ON THE SCENE About a
Albemarle year agb, McGroartywas
Yorktown 1545 KM. 6 v. KAWTO Causing a lot of eyebrowsto figured it was so late he'd get in
banged out two-run triple.IN
a We-dared, Jne t. raise since the Joining VP. hot water unless he had a good pitching for Fort Bcnning
OTHER City League action, Saratoga 1545 VA.172OS FAETU IG's Mainside Softball League excuse for his spouse. against Jax Navy at Mason
the Crackerjax took their first entry is pitcher Bob Naab. Fast Field.
loss of the second-half, a 9-2 defeat Nicholas Park. A game cookingup becoming the outstanding hurler He struck upon an idea. So he He experienced a sound
of interest is the Civil- on the Mainside scene, called his wife and when she
at the hands of Dependable plenty
drubbing the Fliers
ians Waves tilt set for Wed- Naab last week downed VP18'sleagueleaders answered the phone, he yelled, as scored
Electric. vs.
41. The newcomer nine runs against him in a 9-5
The Waves tackle Y Opportu- nesday, June 26, at Glen Myra issued only one hit "Don't pay" the ransom, honey ,1 I win.

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)i, Twosome Takes I. Ever Wonder Where The Ocean Gels Its Salt? I

AE A' honors

Ever wonder where the salt earth was forming. AS THE EARTH cooled, the varies with distance from the
Peter: Pappas, AEIAN, of in the ocean comes from as you The primary theory of how the result was that, after thousandsof equator. Areas immediately north
New York, N Y., and Pfc. I play in the briny spray at the earth got its salt to that "boiling years, chlorine, as a gas, was and south of the equator art
Charles Baker of Portland .
local beaches? "
1 in the air. As the earth further even "saltier.
Ore., shared top honors in Ocean salt (and for that matter cooled, the chlorine fell into the Conversly, the Arctic Ocean
last week's graduation at all domestic forms of salt) is and the areas around Antarctica

Aviation Electrician's Mate made up of two poisonous ele- seas.Henceforth, the seas began to contain the least salt, of all the
\ ter.School Class A NATTCen- ments. But; don't worry, because get salty and with each passing oceans.

) combined as they are in the year got saltier, by about 50,000-
\ :Pappas, who entered the ocean, their product (or "salt") 000 tons a year, which comes .
l Navy in October, 1956, will report is harmless. .
from rivers along with a great CLlJSstfJ 'D'The
to Fleet Air Squadron 51, THE ELEMENTS of salt are deal ((2,700,000,000 tons) of other
NAS Sanford, Fla., while sodium, which is a silvery metal soluble minerals. '
( Jax Air News is prohibited i-
Baker, who entered the service and floats on the water and if Evaporation takes a great deal
1 in June of 1956 will by Defense Department regulations
I reportto swallowed, would burn the throat
of salt from the ocean, but it is from listing commercial
the Marine Corps Air Base, like a red-hot iron and chlorine
; that same salt which comes back advertising. Ads In this columnare
El Toro Calif.
a'heavy, greenish smothering gas. through rain and reaches the limited to housing for rent
.. As for how the two elementsgot oceans eventually via the rivers.
and sale, rooms, lost, found, and
FamiliarizeContinued to be in the ocean to begin AS A SIDELIGHT, is Is Interesting miscellaneous. No ads are taken
with, and how they got together, seas ascended in seething vaporto to note that the Atlantic by phone all must be submitted
( from Pate 1)) it is necessary to go back millionsof descend again in one continuous Ocean is a great deal more salty personally or by mail. The Jar
ior Bachelor Officers' Quartersfor years, to the time when the deluge." that any of the others and it Air News reserves the right to

as many officers' families as edit all ads.) -

may desire refuge; Building First Sailor ReportsFor r GflOfif1 For Rent

\ Number 3, corner of Ranger near Nuclear TrainingA .1 .flqf 2-Bdrm. Furn. Cottage. 5235
\ Enterprise-designated as a ref- '" Q Timuquana Rd. $45 Mo. Apply
ugee center for married enlisted 21-year-old recruit from ;' ; 7oitQ} after ::5 p.m. EV-9-7329.
men's families; Buildings Num. Redlands, Calif., is the first sailorto C qt.l <:i0 2 Furn. Rms. Ortega Terrace.

ber 110 (Supply, on Yorktown) report for boot training at San i EV-9-8129. Brooks.
and 614 (Enterprise and Gillis-) Diego under the provisions of the : Just been reading NAS 1 Front Rm. 3338 Randall SI

emergency refugee centers for new nuclear field enlistment pro- r Jax Instruction 1132.1A (Avondale). EV-8-9223. Hertz-

station personnel; Building Num- gram. Seems to me that man.
ber 10, the Commissioned Offi The sailor, Winthrop LombardJr. 1 part which says "There 1-Furn. Rm. 3242 Remington. EV-

cers' Mess (Open) and Building ., was designated a nuclear shall be 'No .Smoking' in I 9-59C5/Ext-8131. Mehlman.
1077, the Golf Course Clubhouse, field seaman recruit after suc- % I I For Sale
t+i would also be available as emergency I Ii cessfully completing rigid mental '" any sleeping quarters on 2-Bdrm. Home. 5234 Bragg Rd.

refugee centers if needed. tests and physical exams before J i 1I the Station," should be (Murray Hill Gardens). $1200

ADDITIONAL safety measures actual enlistment.The in bigger printing.Our Equity $49 Mo. FHA Mortg.

that should be exercised by per- program's purpose Is to fine record shows Reed.3Bdrm..
sonnel with dependents are: Removal train qualified men for duty a- Home. 4928 Homecrest
I of loose material and mov- board the growing number of nine times we actually Ct. (Ortega Hills). GI Equity.

able objects such as boards, gar- atom-powered submarines and put out fires in mat- Gibbons.
bage cans and porch furniture, toa surface ships. (AFPS) tresses. That's only for 4Bdrm. Split-level Hse. 4110
place where there is no dangerOf ---+s S the last eight months, Roma Blvd. Venctia. EV-7-
their being lifted and blown : Well, you said I had to choose, too. 7283. Shuff.
against a building or through a didn't you?" said the husband in 1953-41 Ft. Liberty Hse-Tilr
window. bed with his golf clubs. Don't know how H'way 17. N. Green Cove. GC-
3798. Ellis.
Provision of temporary lighting strong I can emphasizeit.
3-Bdrm. Ilse. $2500 for
and cooking facilities in case But, please, don't EV-0-9787. Lcdr. Skonberg.Equity

of power failure. Filling the bath make an ash of yourself 3-Bdrm. Hse. Equity $1,000. $71-

tub with fresh water in case of t ,' by smoking in bed. Mo. 3910 Jammes Rd. (Cedar
water 4q
failure.
supply
Hills). EV93359. Eger.
Sufficient gasoline in car to 3-Bdrm. Hse. 5117 Marlene Ave.

provide transportation in case Washington State ,Carryl Takes NASAss' GI Equity. Terms. Lee.
power failure should affect filling MiscellaneousWanted
!. MPO Reins
stations. : Woman passenger to
Both military and civilian per- Alters Drivers'License James J. Carryl, W-l, USN, help drive to Newport, R. I.
sonnel will return to their normal rk relieved Burney H. Dardar, July 1. EV-9-6023. Mrs. Ney.
duties when advised that the :4 Law CWO, as NAS Jacksonville assistant Found: Case and glasses found in
.
emergency no longer exists. This military personnel officer parking area near NAS Navy
information may be disseminatedby Attention is directed to a changeIn last week. Exchange. Bears the name of
telephone, radio, television or the law of the State of Washington Carryl, a native of Los Angeles Williamson. '
in person. 7 zr affecting motor vehicle Calif., was last stationed
UNDER THE Aircraft Hurricane rtjx* operator's licenses held by Naval aboard the ASW carrier, USS Navy League To Meet

Evacuation Plan, anticipated *; personnel and residents of that Tarawa (CVS-40)), where he The 56th annual convention
wind force arrival times are the state wherever they may be sta served as ship's secretary. next year of the 17,000memberNavy
same as for the Hurriacne Secur. M" M y ara tioned.A He entered the Navy in 1942 League of the United States

ity Bill IIUREV conditions IV,, section of the Revised code in Miami, Fla., and holds the will be in San Francisco.The .

III, II, and I, however, call for of the State of Washington pro- Army Commendation Ribbon. group recently held its
appropriate aircraft evacuation vided that the driver's licenses He is a graduate of South East 55th annual meet in New York
action by personnel concerned. A issued to servicemen prior to Catholic High School in Phila- City.
special HUREV Condition ZERO their entry into the service remained delphia, Pa. Carryl is the son
also exists should weather con- valid for duration of of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Double
ChangeContinued
ditions prevent evacuation. 4, a Via, service and for' 90 days after dis Carryl of Miami, Fla.

HUREV Condition IV: Alerts {+! charge. ( from Page 1)

all pilots, flight crews and liaison 4ry r 3'fx I Newly enacted legislation repeals The three great menaces on the manding officer of the Naval Air
1q'(
personnel, and allows for advance a aN this section.It highways these days, according to Station since Oct. 1955 when he
preparation for evacuationof Ja is now necessary for all some authorities, is drunken arrived on the eve of the Station's
aircraft in excess of those Naval personnel who hold a driving, uncontrolled thumbingand 15th anniversary. lie came here
which have pilots assigned. Washington state driver's license indiscriminate spooning. from duty as chief of staff to
f.!, Y ,'eF Yk y .
HUREV Condition III: All f '"fir R "r" bearing an expiration date which Putting it briefly: hie, hike and Commander Carrier Division
flight operations secured; liaison antedates effective date ((26 hug. One. The Captain retires after 30

officers to refuge fields: excess ; March 1957)) of this legislation, to years services.
aircraft evacuated. % Immediately obtain renewal of Comdr. Smith, NAS Jax: executive -
Last R4D
officer, will duties
HUREV Condition II: With certain -] .' ....."_",,,_ _...,,,,,____"-0-0__ the expired license or to ex- officer assume of the Sta.
change the "Military Duplicate" (Continued from Page 1)) as commanding
exceptions, remaining fly- IMPORT A face
new tion until the arival of Captain
able aircraft evacuated. and figure on the Hollywood formerly issued to service per of Process Division next gets the Harris' who has
HUREV Condition I: All fly- scene is Christine Carere from sonnel for a regular permit. plane, giving it a cleaning and yet been successor named. not<
France. Christine has
to
come
able, unhangared aircraft retained this country to play a French Residents of Washington state stripping; Assembly Division accepts -
condition stationed elsewhere should investigate the aircraft. is
during two now teenager in "A Certain Smile. Herejt com- 0 5 DAa
evacuated. advantages of obtaininga I pletely overhauled; a paint Jobis E
HUREV Condition' ZERO: Se- emergency measures made public local state operator's permit to next on the agenda, and in the GJUUUM MUnWEIUaMaiirou
cure aircraft in best possible on departmental and command avoid possible penalties for op case of Deepfreeze, a special one augaa 5
manner, removing all loose gear. bulletin boards so as to avoid eration of a motor vehicle with I is applied at paint unit of Process uaartti aura
AIRCRAFT will be recalled confusion in the event of an an expired or invalid driver's license Division; Repair and Ground go Lisa fluawPiMU2IH3H HBoraaananas

when the station is prepared to alert. in violation of local laws. Check Division gets the plane HSJEJ I3QH3SJ21

receive them.Although Hurricane conditions should not Renewals and exchanges of after painting, gives it a good .HaaMHH
several years have be confused with Station Storm driver's licenses can be made by check before turning it over to I t. NOR

passed since a hurricane passedover Bill conditions, which are set up corresponding with the Driver's flight test. Acceptance and Trans
Jacksonville, station per- to cope with local weather dis- License Division, Department of fer Group finally gets the aircraft
sonnel should thoroughly acquaint turbances such as thunderstorms, Licenses, State of Washington, and prepares it for delivery to
themselves with hurricane .gales: or a tornado. ,Olympia, Wash. the the fleet. (Answer to P tart.2 Puttie





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