Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Chcrchez la femme! Find sakes devised by the govern Hannah Inga, Jessie, Kathie, and Roxie and Sandra for "R" someone has rallied to the ,' S
the female Lisa and and "S". cause with Xmay and Yasmian,
? That could well ment and selected alphabetically Margo Netty.
be the battle cry of hurricane These are all recognized Theo for ''1'" sounds more Xmay possibly being an old 'f j

reconnaissance as the Hurricane FIRST OF THIS year's cropIs feminine names. Around about masculine than feminine. Un leftover from their Pig Latin \

Hunters of Airborne Ear Audrey, now retiring into this far down in the alphabet, dine seems a little weak in talking days. '

ly Warning Squadron Four obscurity Ne"4 of the unwel- however, the designating appeal. Venus removes all ZITA BANGS HER tambou't't

seek out these witches duringthe come witches, if and when she powers to be run into a few doubt as to femininity, while rine into last place of the hur- .

'cane season turns up will be Bertha, followed snags in name calling Wenda pulls the list 'back to ricane gals lineup of '57

Now the public can be pre in order of their antici ODELLA GETS THE nod normal.It Almost everyone hopes that \

pared to hear about hurricanesin pated appearance by Carrie, for the "0". Patty passes for gets a little tougher in the these forceful natured femmes I

terms of feminine name Debbie, Esther, Freida, Gracie, "P". Quinta creeps in for "Q", "X" and "Y" category, but (Please turn to Pare S, Col. 5)) '>1VOL :

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-15 No. 14 ".me .' C..uandu NAB-JN1M Fleet Air JclM*.rllle| Fleet Air NU* 11)) Naval l Air Tech le.l Tah.hlf Centers, Naval HtiplUI tkatllle. 11 July 1957

.K wgil p a \' Ny;
h''' vf Private Firm Takes Over


ftf Aircraft Fueling Function .

Last week, by directive' of the Bureau of Aeronautics,
the Public Works Aircraft Kefueler Pool was phased out of '

existence in favor of a private contractor.

Henceforth all fueling and de-
t maintenance personnel, no longer
fueling of aircraft at NAS Jack- required by the Navy, also will'
sonville and NAS Cecil Field will
no doubt transfer to the company's -
be the responsibility of the Transport payroll.

,Company of Texas, low bidder -
I It's all in the name of progress,
on contracts estimated on use
with private contracting expectedto
of 38334,400; gallons of all typesof
reduce costs by
: fuel per year at the local base,
eliminating heavy turnover and
and 23,063,000
testing $202,458,
costs at the time
training same
gallons per year at Cecil Field,
costing $185,426. releasing needed military person
nel for other duties.NEVERTHELESS.
TilE FUEL ITSELF is suppliedby

the Navy. The contractor will the efflcien-

furnish his own manpower, tank cy with which the Navy operatedthe

v4 p a trucks, equipment and office Refueling Pool, and the hazards :

M space, will store fuel pumped of handling the dangerous
JAPANESE OFFICIALS VISIT Two high ranking military officials spent the good from aircraft for further use, and explosive fuels accepted willinglyby
I part of Tuesday afternoon viewing and studying: facilities at Naval Air Technical Training; Center, the Navy's enlisted men of
and visiting with Japanese students attending training school Victor Brandts, AEC, (left) Instructor will deliver fuel to the aircraft.
at Aviation Electrician's Mate School explains function ot the mechanisms ef aviation electricity There his responsibility ends. (Please turn to Page S, CoL 1))
to Mr. Shoji Nagaml, (second.from left), section chief In the Japanese Defense Arene1t.and Navy men from the squadronswill
I Rear Adm. Yohslmorl Teral, (second from right), of the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force. Lcdr.Ryohel take over the job of handlingthe
Ohasl (right) Is one of the Japanese students. Polio Vaccine fs
nozzles feeding the fuel into

Mock A-Bomb Planned the plane Again AvailablePolio ..

62 To GraduateAt For long years the Public Works I vaccine Is again avail-

Itefueler Pool provided efficient, able at the NAS Dispensaryand
AGO School Local Commands Readied intensive training of the Navy personnel and their dependents -
men who drove the 5,000-gallon
Graduation exercises will be under 42-years-of-age
tank trucks and handled the
held tomorrow for 62 studentsat are urged to take the shots.
Aviation Ground Officers For Alert'Local highly explosive aviation fuels. Immunization shots will be
'Operation will be
Now those tank trucks
School. given daily Monday through
phased out of operation, and the
Friday at the dispensary from
Comdr. B. J. Robinson of
participation' in "Operation Alert 1957, a nationwide training of men to handle the refueling -
0900 to 1100 and 1300 to
ComFairJax Staff was the readiness exercise planned by the Office of Civil Defense, Battle will be the responsibilityof
The shots are given in a
guest speaker at pre-graduation Creek, Mich., will be conducted at three selected naval commands the Transport Company.
three-dose series, with the second -
ceremonies held this NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil Field and NS Green Cove Springs PRESENT PLANS are that the
dose following the first by
morning. and the City of Jacksonville over the period July 1219. contractor will train and employ
four six
Thirty-three Ensigns have approximately to
Plans have been carefully de- Navy enlisted men, at regular
weeks and the third or "boost
received orders to report to
at all selected
vised to provide close coordina- envelopes com- rates, during-their off-duty time,
the school for the class con er" shot given seven td nine
mands, the envelopes containing
tion between military and civil thus allowing them to utilize their months the second.
vening July 15.Service. forces following an "assumed" (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) free hours to a profit. Truck I' following .

dropping of an atomic bomb

somewhere in the area. The na-

Photo tional exercise began June 5, concerning

only those agencies at. or

Contest RulesAnnounced near the national capital which
participated in a hypothetical 3 t

period of mounting tension and

international crisis.

ACTIVITY ON THE local level .: .
The seventh annual Interservice
will be concerned with Phase 2,
Contest will be *> kG :
Photography which begins at 1300'' in the city y. ; ..
held in Washington, D.C., in De- 04 Ar y. 9} ) >K l+ } $ .QN y 4I i v f ; "} '
and 1539 at NAS Jacksonville, oS. s%' ,'.$vta
cember of this The contestis
year. continuing through July 14, and
designed to interest the amateur
Phase 3, beginning at 0800 Mon
and beginner in photographyand I day and ending at noon Friday, : AC r 4 Sf :
to encourage participation in: July 19. ; m +

photographic activities. In a briefing of local military .

This year's contest, divided into participation in the exercise,

three categories, is conducted by given by Comdr. L. B. Williamson

joint Army, Navy (including the operations officer, and Lcdr.

Coast Guard), Marine Corps and J. B. Klockenkemper, plans officer

Air Force, with the latter servingas to about 45 representatives of

host this year at Boiling Air local commands and units, it was

Force Base. made plain that there would be s : ;
>z k :
Entries may be submitted in no actual evacuation The exer. : a :

three categories of competition, cise, it was explained, would be L a ,A

which include black-and-white largely a staff exercise concerning *

single photos; black-and-white communications and planning. -- -
picture stories (not less than PHASE 2, concerned with attack HIGHEST NUMBER YET Pictured above Is the largest group In the history of NATTCenterto
I be commissioned under the LDO program. Front row, left to right, Ensigns Arthur Northrop,
three, not more than seven photos and survival, will get underway -
Harry McKay, Harold Fredericks and Alton Huth. Rear, Ensigns Clarence Swarlngrn:
(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5) with the opening! :: of sealed Jr. Charles Roberts, Kyle Pren Jr, Wayne Carpenter and Bernard Morris, (Sn ttory Past 5).



Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 11 Ju1Y

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jflWEB&I2LEEIJ6 Retiring EMs Can VA-176, VA-112, Fasron 6 pepprl I

. Choose Last Duty Scouting SquadronsVA176

BuPers has ruled that a 30-
Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marine actlvltlti at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville. Morlda, year Navy enlisted man can -
NAB, V.L...'lllt* choose the location of his last until all
Comdr. Robert II. Smith _...._................-._....._......... Acting Commanding Officer duty assignment, according to "Sick call goes down for the were. safe. .
Air Jaek..avllle eye doctor every morning at
Hear Adm. Wendell G. Swlut'r..._...............................-.___..._.-.__..?.. Commander The Navy Times. 0800 heard VA-172
Callt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. __ Chief o( SUffCommander Under the new ruling, for someone was to say The
Fleet Air Wl 1.g ElereM the last two of his Naval as our Dr. Gable called another squadron congratulate
I S. Lawrence years Comdr. D.
Capl. Sidney player out strikes. J. Robison
Comdr. X. S. White r Chief of Staff career, an EM (after 28 years on promotion to UPOn recen
Nasal Air Technical Tralalag Cutu naval The occasion was the monthly his present
service choose the
(Tapt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. ? Commanding; Officer ) may Comdr Robison rank
Comdr. Wilfred K. fleshman Executive Officer district he wants or if assignedon all hands beer bust and Softball man" of the became "bosf

Capt. Renjamln N. Ahl ...,.I1L.......Naval...-lUipltalPapl. Commanding Officer shipboard duty, he may be game and the doctor, being a neu- month when he"Blue Dolts" hi
Capt. Marry Shupp _. ___ Executive Officer assigned to a ship operatingout tral umpire, took plenty of good A. Fox. relieved Lcdr r.

Norman O. Anderson NAKTU Commanding Officer of a particular home port. natured ribbing.
Comdr. William E. Hardy ......_....-A ?_ Executive Officer However, The Times quoted Fried shrimp and cheeseburgers under The "Blue the Bolts" softball team'

The JAX AIR NEWS li published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. BuPers as saying that "the headed the menu this month guidance of the man.
Jackionvllle, Florida and with funds scr Ltjg( ) H.
printed commercially non-appropriated j.
at no expense to the government and In compliance: with NAVKXO3: P-35, Rev. need of the service would still with the usual ample supply of coach Jim Campbell, and
Nov. 1945. distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Lee, AD2
prevail in assigning 30-year retirees ice cold brew. When the day ended defeated
Naval Air Technical Training Center: Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the I Fasron Six last
U. S. Naval Hospital. to the desired area within and the ball game over, the Friday by a score
Service Information Of riecr____..._....._..Lt, Dave Eceiley I the naval district. cries of "Wait 'til next month," of 4-3. This win secured second
Managing Editor Andrew II. Plane Place in the NAS
Assistant Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; JackHolmes I once again filled the ball park League for the Intramural]
Mil; Lynn \Veldman. JO3; John Iitll JOSN; Ben SyUr, SA: I and all hands, including the doc- team.
rhyllls Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, PH3. The VA has estimated that only The VA-172 keg
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service, about 70 of WWI vet- tor, thoroughly enjoyed them- down team, bolding
API'S material appearing may not he rrarinUd without percent selves. second place in the
the written permission of ArmedsForcesc rvl'f'. Republication of other erans were still living April 1, league, has high bowling
mailer except by publications, Is prohibited without permission! of Departing the Thunderbolts hopes of Over.
Editor: JAX AIR 'N'V 1957. Ranks are diminishing at taking VP-18, the
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension rate of 90,000 yearly. this week were the executive officer present leader.
8346 216 or 8164. _.. Lcdr. Jim Stevenson, Lt NVATftbaU Playing personnel
+:.- :.W Corky Moore and of congratulate the
i Ltjg( ) Grady Blue
New ,
Comptroller Harrison. Lcdr. Stevenson was a Bolt sottball team for capturing

plank owner of VA-176 and second place in the Mainside In-

Assumes DutiesAt served as operations officer for tramural League

two years. An all hands party was held

NASJax His new assignment is with July 3 at the Bluejackets' Inn. A

BuAcr in Washington, D. C. A good time was had by all, needless .

Comdr. Edwin W. Scantleburytook choice seat has been reserved for to say.Competition.

over the duties of Comptrol. Corky in Pensacola the back for the Squadron
ler at NAS Jax this week, reliev- seat of an SNJ. Grady leaves the Iron Man Trophy was begun but

ing Comdr. R. D. Ettinger who Navy to join Douglas. Aircraft in due to a sudden downpour, a fast:;
has received his orders for dutyin California. retreat was made to the patio.

Japan. They say in the Navy, you are There, real stiff competition be.

Comdr. Scantlebury arrived always running into old friends, gan among the beer drinkers.

here from Washington, D. C., but usually this reunion takes Welcome mat is out for Dave

where he had obtained his mas- place on the deck. This was not Ferguson, AOC, who joined the
ter's degree in business adminis- the; case, however, when the new Blue Bolts last week

tration.It VA-176 executive officer, Lcdr. .

is not his first tour of dutyat Sill Tobin, ran across an old Fasron Six

NAS Jax. On entering the Navyin friend of his last week, an A3D The Supply Department of Fis-

July, 1941, he was assigned with a crew of three having gear ron Six had a picnic at Kingsley
here for flight training where he trouble over Jax Beach. Beach last Wednesday. All reports -

was commissioned ensign the fol- Lcdr. Tobin, on a local night indicate its complete sue.

lowing year. hop in a Thunderbolt AD-6, join,
During World War 11 he saw ed in on the A3D to help out i in cess.Ensign John Anderson departed

service with VP-6 and VF-3 in any way he could. He soon dis Fasron Six by taking the long

the South Pacific, participatingin ----.. n ...- -.... _n ..n.. ''' the northern and southern NEW NAS COMPTROLLER Comdr. E. W. Scantlebury. long time friend Comdr. Frossard, : duties.
Solomons Campaigns. It was right) new NAS Jax Comptroller, looks hopefully to Comdr. R.. :, executive officer of VAH-3. Two chiefs and one first class
while serving with the Bureau of D. Kttlnger for explanation of details registered on the chart Half When the A3D was finally aban departed from Fasron Six last
Aviation Ordnance Procurement concealed by the officer's ann Is a sign reading: "My mind is
doned, Lcdr. Tobin week. Wayne McFetrich, AOC,
made up don't confuse me with the facts." But Comdr. the
Washington, D. C., in 1951-53, is sure the new Comptroller will soon have all the answers Ettinger demanded crew down and orbited the scene I went to the USS Valley Forge
however, that he became interested by this Important position. Comdr. Scantlebury Is reliev- Fasron Six's leading chief, John
.. in the field he now occupies Ing Comdr. Ettinger, who leans soon for Japan.VP16 Buechler, ADC, left for VF32.
Ray Cherry, ADI, also left for
Before attending George Wash- Mixes Classroom With Cecil Field, going to VA-106.
ington University, he was execu- The unscheduled arrival of

tive officer and later commanding Flying In Navigator !s } fdt{ many of the locally based squad
officer of VF-13. Training rons presented the Fasron Six

A native of Schenectady, N. Y., A new method of training navigators and anti-submarine line crew with a task that tn-
he won his AB degree from Union ators has been adopted by Patrol Squadron 16. abled them to prove their mettle.
College there. r ; ?'/ By handling the arrival with a
THIS IS the first complete sys- ,
tem of navigational training on maximum of efficiency and speed,

LETTERS TO THEEDITOR the squadron level. ;DI f Do"they division.proved themselves a "Can

The program consists of lec- .i- SfRHfS ,,1:' arR Fasron Six welcomes Paul Woo

tures in dead reckoning, celestial ten, AMC, aboard from ZW-1 in

navigation and practice in the Lakehurst, N. J., as well as Kenneth
"Sonoboy" trainer and "ASX" All Saints' Chapel Nutt from NAS Pensacola.

trainer.To Sunday July 14 .

Dear Sir: put their classroom tech- 0930 Sunday School, three- Muller
As a recent visitor to NAS niques to use, the men are taken year-olds through adults, Bldg. Represents

Jacksonville I would like to say on profile flights and navigationalhops. 722; Service of Divine Worship, Jax At Marine Meet[
that, although the base is spread On these hops the men get Chaplain.Osman.
over many hundreds of acres, I checked out on the plane, its 1100 Service of Divine Wore .. M/Sgt. Donald Muller has been
never once wanted for transpor- equipment and navigational gear. ship, Chaplain Morton. selected as the representative of

tation.It TII5 PROGRAM is about two 1900 United Fellowship of NAS Jax-based Marines to attend

seemed that whenever I or three months long, with 100 Protestants, Bldg. 804. the second annual enlisted career

wanted to move, by simply stand- flying hours needed to become a Monday July 15 symposium at Quantico, Va., July

Ing in front of the building whereI qualified navigator.The 1930 Singspiration, Chap- 813.Gen.
was, almost immediately a private first men to bet indoctrinated lain's Office, NATTCenter. Randolph C. McPate, Marine
vehicle would pull up and Corps Commandant, will
in this Thursday
training include: Lt July 18
offer me a lift (jg) Carl Buck Jr., and Ensigns 1915 All Saints' Chapel head the contingent.The .
Several times the donor went Harry Tassel, Charles Gasparinni Choir Rehearsal. purpose of the symposiumis
out of his way to deliver me to Robert Naab to air the views of 31 staff noncommissioned
Thomas St.
Trigg Jr., Edward's
my destination.Real -. ..- officers from 22
James Balay, John Saffer and Schedule of Masses
nice folks! DOUBLE factors
Robert nONOkS-Theron major Marine commands on
Visitor from Charleston, S. C. Carter. Sunday, July H MacKa1, AOI, Is shown retelvlnr that affect reenlistments and
After completion of training, Naval Hospital the Presidential Unit
the men will be 0800, 0900, 1000 Citation from Comdr. contribute to career planning.
WEEKEND TIDE regularly assigned St. Edward's Paul at Aviation
Holmes, Fasron 109 Muller is an instructor
to Chapel.
crews at VP16. commanding
HIGH LOW SSS I officer at a recent squadron Electrician's Mate School at
AM PM AM PM Dally ceremony MacKay received NATTCenter.
Argentia Naval Station, the 1200 citation the
Fri. 8:12: 8:31 1:59: 1:56: Navy's outpost in Newfoundland Tuesday thru Friday. the USS Leyte urf' on oNo 4 .
St Edward's the detachments -
Sat 8:53: 9:09: 2:37: 2:36: now has its first on-base banking Saturday. roan ConfUd. MacKay First Naval aviation
Sun. 9:32: 9:45: 3:13: 3:14: facilities. Baptisms advanced to the rate of AOCA to see combat left Tcnsa-
Sundays after 1000 Mass. same award day he was presented the cola, April 20, 1914, for Tamp0
and Vera Cruz.

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11 July 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

I I Centuries-Old Resuscitation Method To Be Used AgainThe ,

1957 version of a centuries- even safer method, resulting in and use the middle finger of both inflated, remove your lips from

old method, of artificial respira- adoption of the mouth-to-mouth hands to lift the lower jaw from the child's mouth and nose and

tion has been adopted by the process. One of its great advant- beneath so that it "juts out. allow the lungs to empty. Repeat
American Red Cross for reviving ages is that the rescuer can tell 4. Hold the jaw in the position
infants and small children whose at any stage of the Operation described in Step Three, using this cycle, keeping one hand be-
breathing has stopped. whether it is effective one hand only. neath the jaw and the other hand

This technique, known as THE MOUTH-to-mouth tech 5. PJace your mouth over the pressing on the stomach at all

mouth to mouth resuscitation, nique is described as follows: child's mouth and nose, making a times.

was used in Biblical times to revive -: 1. Clear the mouth of any relatively leakproof seal and Continue at a rate of about 20 "
apparently suffocated persons foreign matter with the middle breathe into the child with a f
finger of one hand. With the same smooth steady action until you cycles per minute. After every 20
THE Red Cross six years ago finger, hold the tongue forward. I observe the chest rise. cycles, the operator should rest With TheToastmasteis

adopted the back-pressure-arm 2. Now place the child in a As you start this action, move long enough to take one deep

lift method of artificial respira- face-down, head-down positionand I I the free hand to the child's abdomen breath. .
tion, a modification to lessen pat him firmly on the back I between the navel and ribs, If at any time you feel resistance -
chances of injuries to the chest with the free hand. This should and apply continuous moderate to your breathing into the At last week's meeting of the

wall. I help dislodge any foreign objectin pressure to prevent the stomach child and the chest doesn't rise, Star-Nav-Easy-7 Club, the area

Since 1951, a search has been I the air passage.J. from becoming filled with air. repeat Step Two then quickly resume governor, Bob Larson, announced r
pursued by the Red Cross for an PLACE the child on his back S. WHEN the lungs have been mouth-to-mouth breathing.
that a district executive meeting

1 10 From Center Officers Wives Set! would be held in the near future

to discuss the schedule of events,

Get LDO EnsignCommissions July 11 Luncheon features and plans, for the area ,

Air Group 10 Officers' Wives contest for the coming fiscal
will hold a luncheon Wednesday
July 17, at 1230 at the Officers'
Each club in the area is expected -
Club, with Officers' Wives of
At ceremonies; held July 2, VA-106 serving as hostesses.A to send representatives to
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., com-I j
dance team from a local the meeting. For further infor-
manding officer of NATTCenter, :
swore in 10 enlisted men with the I ... studio will perform an exhibition. mation, the area governor can be
CVG-10 includes VF-11 VF-
Extension 8472 at
rank of Ensign, resulting from reached at or
103, VA-106 and VA-104.
examinations and selection under EVergreen 77271.

the Limited Duty Officer pro 3 :, AK Graduation HonorsTo During the meeting, Phil Mc-
gram. n Cready acted as toastmaster and
The newly appointed Ensignsare Rainow Baldwin Bill Blackburn presented table

Wayne D. Carpenter, HaroldA : d Rainow Baldwin, AK3, of topics. Speakers were Larry Mc-

Fredericks, Alton J. Huth, Harry Englewood, Colo., was honor stu. Leod, who presented his ice-
McKay, Bernard G Morris, dent in last week's graduation at breaker speech; Don Muller, who
Arthur L. Northrop, Joseph D. I Aviation Storekeeper School ClassA spoke on "Abuses Of The 5th
Olson, Kyle T. Prevo Jr., Charles I at NATTCenter. Amendment";; and Tony Cocco on
A Roberts, and Clarence S. Swar- "The Missions and Tasks of the
Ingen Jr.After II Marine Barracks, NAS." General

a course of instruction in' t Polio Insurance evaluator was Howard Heck.In .
officer indoctrination, the newly \ To Civilians a close vote Don Muller wa
appointed officers will be orderedto Open
selected as the best speaker of the
ships or activities where their Polio insurance, providing week. Two weeks ago, Muller WaF.the
specialties are assured. protection in the amount of guest speaker at the Riverside

The tests for the LDO programare $10,000 for each individual Lions Club, and his subject before

given in June of each year, covered by the policy, plus all that gathering was "CommunismAnd
and takes approximately 15 -.4 expenses incurred In a three- What It Means To Us."

months from application to ap- year period, is open to civilian .
pointment. The tests are open to employees through the Polio
-- -- -- Three speeches: highlightedTuesday
first class petty officers and WINS PROMOTION Elmer Hunt, center, former enlistedman Insurance Group. night's session of the
above, with an age limit of 35 at NAS Jax Disbursing:, smiles happily as Comdr; Robert II. Those already subscribed Navy Civilian
years. The candidates must be Smith (left) acting commanding officer of NAS Jar, and Mrs. should renew their policiesnow. Toastryastcrs.
Mary Hunt affix Ensign shoulder boards to Hunt's new uniform. Aubrey Silvey delivered a talkon
high school graduates or the
Ensign Hunt was promoted to his new rank on June 25, throughthe "Automaton;" Carl McCranii
equivalent, and have completed LDO program/ In front are the Hunt children, Richard and Other employees wishing to expounded on "Jigger Fishing,"
10 years of active duty.If Jean Elizabeth. obtain this protection for them.
while Emmett Glasgow spoke on .
candidates successfully pass selves and their families should "The Civil Rights Bill" Lawton
the tests, their names are sub- Hard Work Aids Whilehat fill out application forms avail-
Green: Ernie Newbcrg and GeorgeHyde
mitted to a selection board whoin able from representatives in the

turn select the candidates to In Quest For LDO RankWord Overhaul and Repair, Public master served for the as evening evaluators.was Toast-Dick

be appointed. Works, Supply, Fiscal, Secur- Silbcrnagel.
ity, Administration and Indus-
has been received of several local enlisted person- trial Relations Departments Members of the club are urgedto
nel making the grade to commissioned rank, being elevated to contact Lawton Green, exten-
limited duty officer, and typical among those promoted is Cost of a family contract is sion 355, for details of the next
Elmer Hunt Ensign. $4.00 a year, and of a single to time and
Gay now meeting as place, ,
contract $2.00 a year. Paymentof
Hunt like all the rest made it
Williams Township High School, premiums may be made by type.Members
NOTE through determination and hard Whiteville, N.C., in 1941. personal check, or bank or who were on hand at
His sole for the club's first outdoor barbecue-
study. preparation postal money order made out
In September he will leave for
held last week still
meeting are
to Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
level his -
the college quiz was ex-
Newport, R.I., for LDO indoctri- such
raving about the success of
The CPO Club had an Company
turn-out for the swim party held perience in the Navy plus com- nation, lasting about seven weeks, The Polio Insurance Groupat types of gatherings. The social

last Saturday night A good pletion of eight Navy-sponsored after which he will spend six NAS Jax was organizedseven committee will work out plans

crowd was also on hand for Sun correspondence courses. months attending Supply Corps years ago. for another similar session in the

day night's dancing in the Harris HUNT, A storekeeper first class Officers School in Athens, Ga. near future..

:Room. A trio played for the from NAS Supply Department, '. -

dancers. was sworn i in as an Ensign under
The club hopes to continue the
the LDO by Comdr.
program $
Saturday night swim and patio m '
dancing soon. Robert II. Smith, acting com

This Saturday, dancing will be manding officer of the Station,

held in the Harris Room with the last Tuesday.

same trio back again. There will On Monday of this week, offi
be dancing Sunday, also. Hours .
cers of the Supply Corps, wherehe
will be 2000-2400 Saturday and Ri
: .M
2000-2300 Sunday. had been on duty since Aug.,

1950, welcomed him into the
The special Sunday dinner
served at the club is highly recommended ranks of the Corps and presentedhim

by members. Cost for with his officer's shoulder 1

adults is $1.00, with children's bars and insignia. Officiating in _
plates going for 60 cents. )
the ceremony, which was wit- >
nessed by Hunt's wife and two

/ New MPO At Cenler children, Richard, 4, and Jean 2,

Lcdr. John Freeman reported was Comdr. Kenneth R. Wheeler,

aboard at NATTCenter July 4 and Supply Officer.

has been assigned as enlisted military AT TilE time he took the LDO __,_______ -_ -.-_-.-_"__ ________ __ _____________'_.___ ___'___m________________
personnel officer. examination Hunt was on dutyin
Lcdr. Freeman reported to the. Bermuda with VP-49. He has DESIGNATED HONOR STUDENT Before assembled members of the recent graduating class:
of Aviation Ordnanceman School Class B at NATTCenter, Lcdr. Benjamin Colkitt Jr. (right) presented .
Center from the USS Philippine been on active duty with the an honor certificate to George Fallin, AOC. The award designated FalUn as honor student hf
Sea (CVS-47)), Navy since graduating from the class. Fallin, recently promoted to chief, has Veen assigned to the USS Santos for dutl.Y ,

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Bible School I NAVY WIVESI

Slates Two Prospective members intro
duceti at the July 3 meeting Wcrj

Week Session Mesdames Gerald Steiner,Charles
Shaneck, Miles Lankston, Thomas

The NAS Chapel will hold its Hayden and Benjamin Capone.
annual daily Vacation Bible Out-of-town guests for the eve
School beginning next week. It ning were Mrs. Tucker from Pax

will run from July 15-26, with River, who is a house guest of
classes being held from 0830 to Mrs. Donald Stivers; and Mr?.
1130. William Clinton, once a member
All classes will meet in Building of No. 86 of Kingsville Texas.

722, across the street from the y Sworn in as full-fledged mem
Chapel. Registration will be held bers were Mrs. Curtiss Wade and
tomorrow afternoon in Bldg. 722 Mrs. Carl Babb. Accepted as new

_____ __
from 1300 to 1500. mn members were, Mrs. Richard Cap
Comdr. Jack Durlo, VA-104 commanding officer, presented advancement sano, Mrs. Stanley Sisco
The Bible School will be in VA-104 MEN ADVANCED June 28 In hangar Mr
part a continuation of the regular : in rating certificates to 22 men in his command at official AM2 Edward ceremonies Laposki, AE2, Clifford Robert Bales and Mrs. Arthui
Emerson Snyder, ;
left to right)
front ,
123. The men are,
Sunday School It will Paoli PN3 Billy Bridges, YN3, and DeMatt.
program. Albert
Brown, Al\I3; Brute Dun, AT2: Paul Sheehan, AK3: ;
be under the direction and supervision Thomas Brock, AnR3. Rear, RaYMond Wulff, ADR3; Clyde Montgomery, AEl; Merle Newton, ADZ; MRS. ROSE Wilson, Chaplain
of Chaplain J. A. Davis. Ronald Thomas, ADZ; Comdr. Durio: Charles Ball, AE2; Juley.; Glenn, AM3: Kenneth Riley Ronald, ADR3 SkU-; accepted volunteers to bake cake

Many of His Sunday School beck Donald AMS3 Colwell Gary, ARD3 Lundr, and AMS3 Washington; Richard McCrady Hukka,, ADR3.YN3; Melvin Not present Jackson for, picture AT3, and were Elbert Gowens, and to attend the next Naval Hospital -

staff will be on vacation and so A02., C. M. Johnson: AMt3 was presented the Navy Unit Commendation for outstanding performanceof ward party held on July ft
more teachers and workers are duty while a member of i ComCag-3, serving aboard the USS Leyte during operations off the Ko- "Bon Voyage" was said to Mr,
needed. Those who can give any rean coast. Donald Morris, parliamentarianwho
help are urged to call Chaplain leaves this Friday: i&i,

Davis at Ext. 8522. Cooperationof ICivilian May EnrollIn Release Clothing Naples, Italy.
everyone is needed to make a Employees Mrs. Joseph Shcff accepted the

success of this program of Chris- Price Changes Job of assisting at the Thursday:
tian education and growth for our CoursesCivilian evening game parties, filling tbr
oungstcrs. Correspondence A supplemental list of price vacancy left by Mrs. Morris.

Bible school is open to those changes on uniform articles Election was held for the office
from three to 18-years-of-age, employees may enroll in Navy Enlisted correspondence made of textiles and related of parliamentarian with Mrs. Ed
and any Armed Forces depend- cOurses on recommendation from senior civilian supervisors stating materials has been released. ward Everoski appointed. Mr
ents in the area are encouraged that such course will materially'benefit the applicants in their work. According to the new list, Everoski is a life member of the

(to participate. This ruling was made by the sions and procedures for utilizing the service blue cap will be club and has held this office be.

Bureau of Aeronautics and Issued the correspondence courses of the $3.25; utility blue cap, 65-cents; fore. Mrs. Bill Reese, Southeastern .

New USO locally by the Industrial Re- Bureau of Naval Personnel. cotton drawers, 45-cents; un- Regional Vice-president, in.
Building lations Department via Station Enrollment in any one courseis dress blue jumper, $7.72; en- stalled.
Looms For Jax instruction 12230.8, dated June 24. limited to eight civilian em- listed raincoats, $12.20; brown IMPORTANT notice: Children

ACTUALLY, THE ruling is nota ployees during a six month pe- shoes, $5.90; socks, 30-cents a who are left at the Navy Wivc

Jacksonville USO Club officials new one. Within the past year, riod, and they may take only.one pair; wool jersey trousers, Nursery must have a written release -
announced last week that plansto 63 employees of Overhaul and course at a time. Applicationsare $8.20; belt,. with buckle, 40- signed by parents stating
take over the former First Repair Department have already to be submitted through regular > cents; and belt buckle, 15-cents. that the child may go to the
Federal Savings and Loan Asoci- enrolled as a result of a beneficial military channels, and must The prices were effective swimming lessons given on the
ation Building, located at 331 W. suggestion that the coursesbe be of a nature as to be of a distinct July 1, at all Navy small stores. Station. The nursery will not be
Forsyth street, have recently civilians. However for such children
opened to value to the employee in his responsible any
been completed. BuAer has now issued the provi- work at the post where he is from the time they leave the nui
After alterations, the building presently employed.This Russ sery until they return.
{expected to provide one of the Post Grad Program must be certified by a letter Carlyle Plans have been made by Mi
finest USO clubs to be found
anywhere or memorandum submittedwith Raymond Suart, Chairman and
in the world. Changes AnnouncedThe the application. Brings Band Mrs. Woodphen Hall, cochairman
Occupation of the new USO facility -
for the 3rd annual "Kiddie
THE TRAINING Division of
is expected around the end eligibility requirements Here 16The King and contest
IRD will administer the program, July Queen" spon
of this month. i and changes in the procedures for review applications, and recom- sored by the club. This will be
applying to the Postgraduate Ed- held in King Hall aboard the
mend and obtain the Commanding "romantic style" will be
NAWS School Loses
Program have been out-
Station 25
Officer's certification, after featured with an engagement of on Sunday
Training Officer lined in a new BuPcrs Notice. from 1500 to 1800. Service and
which the applications will be Russ Carlyle's orchestra to play
I Officers now must apply by either forwarded to the Correspondence civilian children may be entered.
Comdr. Thomas H. Casey Jr., for a Crew's Dance at NAS Jacksonville -
was detached from NATTCentcr "technical postgraduate educa- Center or returned to next Tuesday, July 16. There will be five age group*
tional areas" and within the the applicants with explanationsof up to 12 years, a brother and sifter
July 1.Comdr..
dance will be held in the
chosen list all curricula in
areas the group and a "twin" group
Casey, who reported
Building 3 20002400.A .
which they are interested and for gym
of plus a popularity contest. Fourteen -
aboard the Center in February, copy course completionwill
which they are qualified in accordance singer with the Blue Barren
: trophies to be awarded
1954, will report to the U. S. Na- be filed with the employee's are
with the new Notice. band for six years, Carlyle event-
val Postgraduate School, Mon- official personnel folder. One dollar registers a family.
terey, Calif., for duty under in- Postgraduate instruction is designed Most of the available coursesare ually assembled his own band Children may be registered
struction. to provide advanced edu- devoted to technical skills and developed a style of music aboard the Station at the Navy
cation to eligible commissioned said to please every type of musical Wives the Hospital; )
Comdr. Casey was training officer and trades, although a few suchas Nursery, ,
at the Naval Air Weapons officers in order "to meet the journalism, personnel work preference. Clinic Nursery and the Not New 2
Systems School. needs of the naval service. and semi-professional work are His orchestra today has an impressive Shop.

The entire program is out- listed. background of outstanding OTHER QUALIFIED registiu- i
Payroll Savings increases your lined In.detail in BuPers Notice The complete list of courses engagements to reflect its tion places include: Toytown on ;
"take-home savings"-actually 1520 of May 25, 1957, and its en- may be obtained from Training popularity on a national scale. Edgewood Avenue; Bell Chil-
adds dollars to your salary. closures. Division, IRD, Building 907. Apart from specialty numbersto drens' Apparel in Lake Shore:

be presented- by- Carlyle.. dance___ n__ Ware Furniture in Yukon, and
I ? ":;,, "'" lrrT music fans will hear the piano Larry's Shoes in Cedar IIiU
artistry of Michael Caranda, who Shopping Center. Registration
> rr$ f has toured the country as a singleat deadline is 1200 August 23.

,; 11- many of the nation's leading The June 18th cake sale aboard
". .i/.. spots. the Station was a huge succcs
,,{ :!, .x. : f All proceeds derived from the
f. (f.w.-:> ..\ !.: .y.f. f. y: -.0" ... 2,000 Selected For sale will go to the Navy Wives

.. : I Clubs of America Scholarship
1t' j" : NROTG
\ l&- Training Foundation Fund.
.i'r: ... We bid Thomas Harriti
'k :: t 2,000 high school
.f \ j .j4 'r:. ..J ( seniors have farewell she has to Nape] .
; gone
.j been
: ):. selected
.. : .t 1 1' j < ; > y" to receive a Navy-
." 1. : sponsored Italy.
: f e. education in the Naval
t tl j It < \ Reserve Officers Mrs. Bobbie Mason was a guestof
; )1 t'rlf\ Training Corps the Club June 19. She wa
: ; on
program at 52
: j -t. leading collegesand
: and
'ji >, :: < universities.The th club's treasurer last year
t ?' \ Pl is now transferring her membership

4. flj' ,.,!.%,A"db\i ;: !; ': \ .. '+aq' y this fall group, was, selected which will from enroll some to the Navy Wives Club in
[ Guantanimo Bay Cuba.
) At \
> .r"t 24,000
)? IWu j. pw'F ': l, high school seniors and Mrs. Bill Reese, Southeastern
ilt .yi .
I >. ; ;::":.. ; '. ., ... .J\t1: graduates who took the Navy attendedthe
..,. tt.. .;..... ":\ it\ :..."-:":'. '{:.. College Aptitude Test last De- Regional officers, of the
tii:! :< '??''f :; installation of
.f.: t, :.. : # \ cember.
i>-di.' """ :; l .' \?: Green Cove Springs Navy Wi'e'lClub
: 1I ""' ti: _Ix}!, Upon enrollment, they will be No. 151.
.. .=! ..-. .Jj"'f. <' 4154 appointed Midshipmen in the Na- e .
>"..' .' fi ...... I' ... y,.<,<.. .,,,',,,, L :a. val Reserve. They live happily in a little
_;.., "" .
-:; ro ...."..".. I apartment overlooking the rent
RECEIVING OFFICE KEYS Now located in Building 704, the Navy Area Audit Office staff Capt. John Paul Jones .
I rejoices as keys to the are turned over to Comdr. C. J. Lee, officer-in-charge. Presentingkeys first to raise "rm a
building the
to him is Comdr. Smith, acting commanding officer of NAS Jax. Taking part in the of American flag Sailor to pretty girl:
ceremony are, (left to right) Lcdr. D. A. Starr, assistant offlcer-ln-chargt: : Alice Taylor, secretary; stars and stripes design aboarda stranger here. Can you direct me
t |J. I.. Store; Com dr, Smith; Comdr. Lee; Mrs. LalFoma Jackson; 7. C. Thomson, and A. E. Frrtrks U S. Navy ship, July 4, 1877. to your house"



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"xt-: ,, ',' ',.: :--,: >3i 3\",,;,, ':,,'/" I( Veteran Jax Marine's Career Reads Like NovelA ::1

30-year military career 47)); Korea (1950-53)); and Japan "The Sino-Japanese hostilitiesput
which is soon coming to an ((1955-57)). us in Shanghai, China, assign
end for CWO-4 Willie Harrison DUE TO RETIRE in August, he ed to protect the International
of NAS Marine Barracks, reminisced from the time he first Settlement," continued the well-
reads like an adventure novel. joined in 1927 at 15 years of age traveled Harrison, who then returned
During his 30 years as a Ma- up to his present -duty. to serve as drill instructorand
-: rine, Harrison has seen service in "We went into Nicaragua to training officer at Parris Island -
Nicaragua (1929-30 and 1931.33)); protect American lives and prop- S.C.
Haiti (1933-34)); Hawaii (193537and erty during a revolution," he AMMUNITIONS officer at Pearl
1944-45)); China ((1937-41)); said, "then into Haiti for the same Harbor, Hawaii was his next
Saipan, Okinawa, China ((1945- reason." duty, then to Saipan and partici-
1 pation in the Okinawa operation.
Disarmament of Japanese Armed

Forces in China was the next
t ,
step, followed by an unaccus-
tomed stateside tour from 1947 to
'50 as explosive ordnance disposal

officer at Camp Pendleton, Cali

'tis Harrison left for Korea in 1950

:. ''z Itt as demolition officer with the
First Engineering Batt., First
.. ;o.a.; :Wli" ''fir," m'l\ MET TWENTY YEARS AGO When CWO-4 Willie Harrison the landing at Inchon and cap-
reported to the NAS lax Marine Barracks two months ago, it ture of Seoul.
wasn't long before he placed Major Louis J. Sartor, Marine
barracks commanding: officer, as a Shanghai, China, acquaintanceof : 5 8 4 a ENEMY OPERATIONS at Chosen
some twenty years ago. Shortly after CWO Harrison reported to F' pinned the First Marine Dl-
the Barracks, CWO-3 Anthony Itosperirh reported aboard. He also $ vision down tight, and for a whileit
served In Shanghai, and at the same time as the other two men.What's w ? looked
,, ; pretty rough. "We
y Ywr 4i4'
more, all three were billeted In the same compound. Gazing
through old photo album are, left to right: Rosperich, Maj. Sartor w k fought our way out of that one,"
and Harrison. said Harrison, who felt this action -
-- ..._.. .. ..... ._-- than
r was tougher any he had
seen in the Pacific. He was with
& ? the last Marines to withdraw,
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blowing bridges and
AT CIIINWANGTAO This snapshot shows CWO Harrison up equip-
posed with his hand on shoulder of a local farmer, in 1939. With ment behind them.
him are two buddies from the Fourth Marine Regiment serving In Somehow or another he remained -
the United States from
HERE AND THERE 1951 to 1954, serving first at Camp
At New Building Planned 'Pendleton, California, as officer
"Darling," he cried, "I've never .p 3 3r I in charge of mines and booby trap
loved but thee." school; then at Edenton, N. C., as
"Then we must part," she aid. For Salvage Yard II group ordnance officer.
"No amateurs for "
me. HIS TRAVEL pattern was re-

i In addition to alterations to its present office building, sumed in 1955 when he went to
"Did the Doc really mean it : the Navy's Salvage Yard will have a sales display building : Japan with the First Marine Air
when he said you wouldn't live a added toits premises, if preliminary plans are carried ; Wing as explosives ordnance of.
week if you didn't stop chasing I. through. ficer. He remained there until

women?" I z The Salvage yard, a component April of this year, then reportedto
"HI say he did! I've been chas- of the NAS Jax Supply Depart- continue to generate tremendous NAS Jacksonville Marine Barracks -
ing his wife." ment, is located 6n Roosevelt quantities of surplus! materialsfor for duty.Harrison .
disposal.The .
\ ; < Boulevard just south of the main has as many decorations
Sailor's Father: "And where is ; gate. Salvage Yard's present office as he has memories of over- ..
my son?" THE SALES display building, building is being altered for seas posts. He wears the Bronze
MAA: "A.W.O.L." for which plans have been sub- the purpose of providing a cen- Star w/V, 2D Nicaragua Cam.
Father: "What does that mean?" mitted to BuAer for approval, tral location for all Disposal Di- paign Medal, Good Conduct Medal
MAA: "After women or liquor." will permit conducting of all dis- vision personnel.This w/2 Stars, China Service Medal
.; work is expected to get with Star National
e posal functions in a single area. Defense Serv-
Patient (coming out of ether): i Q'ta< It will be advantageous to underway within the next two or ice Medal, American Defense
"Why are the shades drawn, doctor prospective bidders in that they three weeks, along with repairson Service Medal, American Theater
?" M ". may inspect material offered for Salvage Yard property dam- Medal, Asiatic Pacific w/1 Star,
aged in the.June 8 tornado.
Doc: ."Well, there's a fire across sale and submit bids right at the PUC w/3 Stars, Korean PUC w./;(
, the street and I didn't want Yard, rather than having to re- THE YARD suffered an estimated Cluster, UN Medal, Korean Serv-
j you to think that the operation 1 I a > turn to NAS Jax to do their bid- at $21,000 damage. Cost of ice Medal w/6 Stars and the-
1 a was a failure.." AT 21 YEARS Warrant ding.It repairs and construction is esti- World War II Victory Medal.
Officer Harrison was In Port- mated at $21,900, according to
; au-Prince, Haiti, In 1933. He Is was pointed out by Planning Capt. Ira N. Curtis, NAS Jax After his retirement in August,
He: "Since I met you I can'ttat pictured with one of the horses Division of Supply Department, Public Works Officer.It Mr. Harrison, plans to spend a
I can't sleep, I can't drink." ridden by men on guard dutyto that there is approximately $50- short time resting and fishing at
= is
expected that the large
She not enable them to effectively
: "Why ? his ,
recently purchased home
I cover large areas assigned to 000,000 worth of surplus aircraft main building within the Yard at
He "I'm
: broke!I"
. them. material available for disposition will have to be completely re- Colee Cove, Florida, then this
at the present time. roofed much-traveled son of Greenville,
a new concrete block
lIe: "Is that girl's dress; torn, S. C., will resume the normal
I Hypnotist To NEW AIRCRAFT, displacingthe scales house will be constructedand
am seeing thines1"2nd trend of things
and travel to
He: "Both." planes for which there are repairs will be made to the Europe.

Appear Here now so many spare_.parts, will machine shop. --. .
.;! Girl: "Do you know what they ,. Conservation
are saying about me?" 1718David Camp
Sailor: "Sure, that's why I July Openings AnnouncedFor

: came over." Merrill, sensational hypnotist -
has been booked to make (.D ? 9' Youths, 8-18
Voice from rear of taxi: "Why two appearances aboard the Sta-
. are you stopping, driver tion, July 17-18. Openings are still available for
Driver: "I heard someone tell Mr. Merrill, considered by youths from the Jacksonville area
me to stop." interested in attending a one-
many to be the world's fastest
Voice: "Drive on, she wasn't hypnotist, will show his wares at : week Florida Junior Conserva-
, talking to you." Building 612, Mainside movie tion Camp, according to reports
I ..
from the local Game and FreshWater
theater, July 17, at 2000.
: Chief, answering the phone: "I I The following night, he will appear Fish Commission office.
don't know. Call the weather at the NATTCenter movie The camp, located in Ocala Na-

bureau." I I theater, Building 563, July 18, at tional Forest on Lake Eaton, f is
"Who was that?" asked his wife. the same hour. open to boys and girls from eightto
"Some poor sap wanting to The David Merrill presentationof 18 years of age. The camp runs
know if the coast was clear." the show "Amazing and Amus- from Sunday afternoon until the

ing with Hypnotism," is not only following Saturday.

Leaves are a combination of highly entertaining but also in- Fee for the camp is $15 for non-
borrowed time and borrowed formative.lIe r members of the Junior Conservation -
dough! will demonstrate Mass T:: Clubs and $10 for member
S :
Hypnosis Individual Hypnosisand :
--- Interested persons may get further .
Two Waves were walking down Posthypnotic Suggestion dur- MISSILEMEN COMMENDED Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., information from the Flori-
the street. Two sailors whistled. ing his one and a half hour pres- (left) NATTCenter commanding officer, presents Marvin Kemper, da Game and Fresh Water Fish
"The nerve of them" said one entation. GFC, a letter of commendation for his performance as an Instructor Commission 507
Adams Street
at the Naval Air ,
Weapons Systems School at the Center
<)f the girls, "whistling at us two Regular movies on these dates Jacksonville
upon his retirement from active duty. Kemper put In 20 years of or by telephoningEL
clahs before payday." will be canceled honorable sen'ice.' '-.8J1f.I1 .

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VP-18 AE.Nines Best Bets Wave Sport Star

Called Top Navy

To Meet In Title AffairRegular Feminine AthleteVersatile

season firing has subsided on local intramural a Wave sport star Mar

Softball fronts with VP-18 flying the pennant emblematic of K > garet Cozad, PN1, of the San

Mainside supremacy while the NATTCenter situation staysa Diego Naval Training Center, is

bit muddled I hailed by teammates and coachesas
Aviation Electrician's Mate feminine athlete
the Navy's top -
all 1nwhen it
year, was playedTA172
School, which powered unbeatento H according to Navy Times.
several weeks defeating
ago -
the second half! in the
Since she started competing in
the highly favored Attack I, a
Center loop's split season, ap- ts
Squadron, 70. athletics during college days,
pears as strongest team ,there at
The defeat ruined the slim Cozad has picked up more than

this time. chance VA-172 possessed for capturing 60 plaques, trophies and cups for

FIRST-HALF champion Avia- the league banner. ,fb t tr her achievements.Mag .
tion Ground Officers School has
she is known to her
Following final as
lost its championship team, and are regular .a
friends usually be found
season standings in the NATT can
at season's end, fielded a squad
her hourson
Center and Mainside circuits.Jf.TTCItNTF.B >* K'1 t whiling away
that resembled the earlier team 4 the golf course, at the swim

only by its uniforms.As (See.a 4 Halt) ming pool, bowling alley, or playing -
to whom will play VP-18 in softball volleyball tennis
TN. ,
the All-Station title game, soon to A Jo: School 14 0 1fl } 1 badminton or basketball, depend.
HAWS Sc-hoot 9 4 .tlY2
be contested, was not known at MarA,(>t.t 9 4 ..692SupSpllnts iF ing on the season.

press time.SUPPLY. I 6 7 :.513.MqM4'und ;i ii'r She was chosen "Miss Softballof
an in-and-out team AGO Sc-hool 1 10( ,131AO "
195{ at the women's world
Schoul 3 1.214 '
AK School. 0 .13 .000 4,f ? ____ tournment at Orange, Calif. Another

Navy Golfer DIAINSIDRT.n highlight of her sports career ..
W J. Pre.VP.IM was helping the San Diego
is 3 ..933VFP61 1 NTC Waves cop the All-Navy
Publinx V A.I72 .r4/!()
Eyes : 11 4 .7\1: basketball title this season.
)i'sBron SIC! 10 5 .667
DI.pt'nsary 10 5 ,.6n7Cnmmunlcatlons .,r Playing with her on the championship -
TournamentThree 9 6 .fjO) club were Pat and Gerri

NAJ 8 TU 9 8 :MqVW4 : Gorsky, both well-known to followers .
9 7 .5p1(05pItsl MARINE FISHERMEN It took all the might and fishing
Jacksonville golfers join K. of Jax Navy Wave sports
10 ,331FAWTU savvy of Calvin Waters, (left) and Dale BaUley to land this %8-
Bill Jax star As
Scarbrough, Navy g : a golfer, Mag won the West
10 .33:1FAF.FU :
prepping for the National Public :3 12 .2M) pound red snapper on a recent: deep sea fishing trip. Waters and ern Women's All-Navy crown in
Personnel ::4 12 ..2JOFstlron at NATTCenter. took the
Calsley are Marines stationed They trip
Links 1956 and led San NTC'
Tournament July 29-Aug. 109 :3 12 .do Diego to
3, at Hershey Park, Pa. Special Services 0 15: .000 aboard the fishing vessel Winner II, out of Mayport. the district team title;

The Jax trio won berths in the -- She copped the 11th Naval

Publinx event by qualifying Sun Badminton Singles District tennis championship in

day at the Brentwood course. The both singles and doubles in 1955
men are Dan Sikes, Jimmy Parks I I JAX AIR Champ AnnouncedFinals and 1956. In badminton, she's won

and Tommy Jenkins. SPORTS in the NATTCenter bad- five straight singles and doubles

Scarbrough was runner-up in NEWSAllStation minton singles match was held crowns, dating back to 1952.

the big national tourney last year last week and Eugene Byron, She also aided the San Diego

and therefore was exempt from i ". AEC, instructor at Aviation Elec- NTC Waves to team titles in volleyball
"L ,,.
qualifying for this year's classic, w trician's Mate School, emerged and bowling. In her only

which is the epitome for golfers victorious. year in competitive swimming,

who belong to municipal or serv- Keg CrownAt Boyd Ulsh, ADI, student at Na- she set a pool record at San Di-

ice links across the country. val Air Weapons Systems School, I ego's Navy Field in the back-

Scarbrough toured the Brent- copped second place honors. stroke event.Braves .
wood layout, however, and finished Stake Next WeekAdvance The badminton doubles will be .

with a 148, good for fifth played next.week. End Current
place. His score paced three plans] call for a showdown battle between :Main-

other Jax Navy golfers. side and NATTCenter intramural bowling champions for the Classes Home Stand FridayThe

Lou Chaff, Dave Bruce and All-Station title sometime next week at the NAS alleys Swimming
Bob Taylor all withdrew after Exact date and time for the Set For AdultsThe Jax Braves close out the

posting high scores in the first match was not available at Jax record stands at 4923. present home stand with single

round. Qualifying was on a 36- Air News press time. Aviation Fundamentals School, NATTCenter Special games tonight and Friday at 2000at
Services Department has arranged -
hole basis. TilE NATTCENTER title-bear- crowned NATTCenter championas the new baseball park.
Scarbrough and the Jackson- has been known for time for a qualified water The locals are on the road for
er some far back as early March, has safety instructor to conduct
ville trio leave for site of the but the situation in the Mainside six days then return home for &
been aching for this battle. swimming classes for adult be-
National Publinx event, July 26. I loop is a bit muddled at this writ- short three-game stand against
The AvFund crew wrecked ginners. the Macon
Dodgers, July 1921.
ing.Final league opposition to set a new Registration be made at
can Servicemen are admitted to all
action is slated in the circuit

AE hurler Throws intramural record. They swept the Building 715. Cost of
this week and VA-172 is the pool, Braves regular season games for
Four No-JIitlcrs lone contender able to knock off through undefeated, winning a 10-lcsson course is $7.00. only 50 cents, upon showing of ID
every point for a 56-0 mark, first
One of the better known VP-18 for the title. Chas Further information can be card.
time a NATTCenter team .
players in the recently com- The Blue Bolts have a tough obtained by calling extensions

pleted NATTCenter Intramural row to hoe, however, needing to ever clean gone slate.through a season witha 8294, 8228 or 8439. Pistol Match Slated

Softball League is George sweep the final three matches

Summers, ace hurler for Avi- this week to defeat the Patrolmen. For Station ArmoryA

ation Electrician's Mate School. VP-18, WITII its season com-
two-gun aggregate pistol
Summers, mainstay of a pleted early, holds a final markof match will be held at the NAS
that clinched the 6024. The Attack
Sparkle team Squadron's
Pistol Range this Saturday at
second half championship in
1000, announces Walter Bowen,
the Center loop, includes a Archer chief-in-charge of the Station
his i Lady
perfect game among small arms training program.

achievements this season. The match will be conducted
The tall lefthander has also Shows IIeelsThe
under NRA rules, once over the
pitched three other no-hitters,
course with a .22 caliber pistol
Jax Freelance Bow-
all of the plain and ordinary Navy
hunters took their share of and once with the 45.:
type, two one-hitters and a trio
Trophies will be awarded to
honors in the St. Johns Bowmen
of two-hit jobs. winners of four different classes.
Invitational shoot held last Sun- a
It's requested that participantswear

REAft RAN day.High trophy winner for the tll4'0'r uniform of the day.

I day was Jax Navy's Rose Weather 'a To register call NAS Armory,
by.Rose captured the Expert :: extension 686 or Bowen at 8471.

"A" division first in -_ _
(open ), was
L the Bowmen division with a 184, \
;. and first in the Broadhead round
with a 474.

\. w... Mrs. Weatherby captured her SCHEDULEWeek
fourth trophy by having high

point total for the day. of July 11-17

Other Jax Navy winners were SAILING TROPHIES-Comdr. Clarence Rich, (center), commodore Baseball: Jax Navy Fliers vs.
Bob Knoch and Bob Ashley, 1st of Navy Jax Sailing Club congratulates Charles Moore III, Pensacola Navy, 6ND League,
and 4th respectively in the Archer (left) and Comdr R. C. Woodside on winning two sailing trophies. July 12-13-14, home; Jax Navy vs.
Comdr. Woodside, who skippered the winning craft, holds the
JjMAr. division, Fred Mellish, 1st in silver bowl awarded for first place In the Florida State Bantam Ft. Stewart, July 17-18, home.
the Novice division (field), championship race Moore holds silver tray, first place trophy In Softball: Waves vs. Eglin AFB,
aI Florence! Wood, 1st in the Novice the Bantam class of the Florida Yacht Club Regatta Both events July 13-14, away; Waves vs. Pep-
division for women, and Jerry were held recently on the St. Johns River. Moore, son of CapU si-Cola, and Civilians vs. Prudential
Charles L. Moore, NATTCenter commanding officer, was crewman -
r.u fun This Isn't A, Pionessa, 4th in the Broadheadopen on winning boat. He Is also vice-commodore of Nary Jax both July 17, at St. Nicholas
t.n.nol call?" ( division). Junior Fleet Park.



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AFPS SPORTS Loop Lead At Stake

Roundup ff Fliers Face Pensacola In

Representing the Army at the

National AAU Decathlon Championships *
will be Ft. Dix's Important League TiltsSixth

Charles Pratt and Kenneth Kelly

of Brooke Army Medical Center. Naval District Baseball League competition movesto

Pratt placed third in the 120-yard Mason Field this weekend with league-leading Pen '\coJa

high hurdles at Dayton in the Navy facing second place Jax Navy in a three game series

National AAU track meet that could see the lead change hands.

Tom Jenkins, 85, who taught The trio of games, Friday, Sat- .

wrestling to plebes named Eiscn. Ar': urday and Sunday at 1430, affords riday's' game. for the
hower, Bradley and thousands of : Jankunis, who's tossed j
the Fliers an opportunity move
Fliers for four will be
others in 30 years as an instructor is i .3 \\ into first place, but the Fliers will pitching his last years game, for Jax
atthe, Military Academy, have to take two of three to share
be discharged
Navy. The Marine is to -
Knox signed a pro foot- the top spot; and must sweep the next week.

ball contract with the Chicago series if they are to reign alone.IT .
will be y + t VP-18's BRIAN Husscy and
Bears and dischargedfrom WILL liE the first meetingof
Red Mingle of VA-36 are expectedto
the Army (Ft. Chaffee 'fa the teams this year. Pensacolahas
Ark.) in time to join they team in an unblemished 3-0 record in get the nod in the second and

September Michigan's All. league play while Jax Navy is third games, respectively. Hussey
is 1-0 in league play while Minglewas
America end Ron Kramer has second with a 2-1 mark.
also had pen in hand and signed the victim of a fiveunearnedrun
with the Green Bay Packers fora Ace moundsman Frank Jan- inning in losing his only startin
kunis, who shutout Memphis league competition.
reported $15,000 Navy in the league opener, and
Bill Foulk, 506th Inf. at Ft. who's the winningest pitcher on Last Friday, the Fliers exploded -

Campbell, Ky., became the first the Flier staff, will be Frank Mc- for fifteen runs on eight
enlisted man to win the Gen. i S t .\ Caffrey's probable starter in hits, six of which were extra base

George S. Patton Jr. trophy for a blows, in the biggest single inning -

first in the All-Army Triathlon Trackmen ,the Fliers have had all yearn

Since the reorganization of 4'DEPARTING "hianlieo trouncing Hunter AFB, 19-1,

the "Screaming Eagles" less than I Boast Strong Team i behind the five-hit pitching of

a year ago, Ft. Campbell has I Jankunis.The .

packed its trophy case with cups. The Quantico Marines may well big inning came in the
representing Third Army cham- have the finest track and field
seventh when Phil Wright, thedays'
pionships in boxing, wrestling : squad in Eastern service ranks batting leader with four

pistol shooting and track and I today as the result of a recent hits in six trips, including two

field events. meet will testify. I IQuantico's triples and a double plus drivingin
Leathernecks finished -
Navy Captain E. E. Iledblom, four runs started the big
second to the powerful Jaspersof
veteran of three trips to the Ant seventh inning with a triple
Manhattan College in a trian-
arctic, is one of the few senior I
gular meet in New York City. TilE GAME got no farther than

officers guished pistol designated shot. as a distin-I I _,". -"V .___-V""_'_ ___ """"'_V"_"'.''' '_'' .... .._ .-, Manhattan, runners-up in both the seventh, for obvious reasons.
I IC4A and NCAA competition Jankunis fanned nine, gave up
DIAMONDEER "Guess I'll take equipment -
Detriot Tiger righthander Jim and to home" may be the parting thought of Frank my Jankunis, rolled up 99 points, garnering 10 one free pass, and blasted out

Running, currently topping the I ace Jax Navy Fliers southpaw hurler, who is soon to be dischargedfrom first places in the process. three for four including a two

junior league strikeout list with : the Marine Corps.! Jankunis has won many ball games in the Quantico fared very strong, run double.It .

76, gives credit to his slider, a nearly fpur seasons he's spent in a Flier uniform. The steady port- however, with five firsts and a 56 was a field day for all hands
pitch his coaches told him to junk sider has no immediate plans but hopes to land a contract with a .
point total. A distant third was
major league club.Crackerjax. Dennis Chipman banged out two
last year. NYU. for four and drove in three runs.

Don Newcombe possesses base- Keith Churchill, big man with the

ball's biggest whammy. Big Don Civilians Mellon Fares Well bat for the Fliers a few years ago

simply cannot lose to the St. I I unloaded three hits one of which

Louis Cardinals and recently At Ali Naty Shoot was a double with the sacks bulg.

posted his 12th consecutive win Suffer League Woes W. If. Mellon 6ND and East ing. It cleaned them for the third

over the Redbird team. He last ern Navy pistol champion, con- time that inning.

bowed to them Aug. 12, 1951, and The Jax Navy Crackerjax lost ground in their quest for second tinued in fine form by placingon Jax Navy traveled to Robins

four of his current seven wins half City League softball honors losing a brace of games in last the All-Star squad to rep- AFB Tuesday for two games. Results -

this season (he has lost six) have week's competition. I resent the Navy at the Nationals were not available at press

been at the expense of St. Louis. in August.
He beat them four times last yearin The Crackerjax suffered a 10-0 I I Dependable Electric. Competitors were chosen as
whitewash at the capable handsof time.DISTRICT
compiling his sparkling 27 and Pepsi Cola's league-leaders ina Fran Watson tripled in a big a result of finishes in the recent -
7 record. fifth inning as Dependable came All-Navy Rifle-Pistol DOPE
July 1 at St. Nicholas
Peter George, Army dentist i Park. game from behind to post the win over Tourney at San Diego. A rifle Pensacola 3 0 1.000

stationed in Hawaii, took the Na- Judy Bozman and crew team was also selected. Jax Navy 2 1 .667

tional AAU middleweight weight- Alice Porter spun a nifty one- It was the third loss in six Extensive work on the part Memphis l' .167

lifting championship with a totalof hitter, a bingle by Ruth Brad- games during City League sec- of the Jax Air News has failedto .

885 pounds. George lifted 270 shaw the only blow off Porter's ond-half action. Pepsi leads the disclose exactly what posi-

pounds in the two-handed press slants. Mary Robinson was the circuit, undefeated in four tilts. tion Mellon finished in at the NARTU Clinches

265 pounds in the snatch and 350 big gun for the Bottlers, getting The NAS Civilians, still with- All-Navy shoot.
four for four.Second The National matches Links
pounds in the BuntingNARTU
cleanandjerk.Chuck out a victory in four games, lost
carded for Camp Perry O.
Stobbs, baseball's straight loss came to their latest fray, 10-4, to Oppor- ,
luck pitcher, finally "hard-I the Waves Monday of this weekin tunity House "Y". Aug. 9-Sept 11. side clinched the 1957 Main-
loss string at 16 with the the form of a 5-4 setback to League
championship, posting a 9-0 win
9,462 fans who brought
over Supply on the final day.
thing from voodoo drum to
a a VFP-62 "A" held a flickering
four-leaf clover to the park. Club Pistol Meet Held
hope for the title until NARTU's
officials helped out by giving
convincing whitewash of Supply.
away 1,000 rabbit feet. Match CourseThe
On Following are final MainsideIM
Hillman Robbing 1956 All-Air
Cf+4. t golf standings.
Force golf ... yyf..... Y j#
champion recently
first pistol meet shootingthe k. .P $y t.
NARTU 7W7 u r7 r1K
named to a berth on the 10-man
National Match Course was Vlo'P-ti 'A' 72'4: 26'.7:1:
Walker Cup golf team. Bobbins a OperatioN r.o 36 .6J:!:
1st Lt. stationed held June 22 at the NAS pistol U Supply ; .610
at Blytheville HosplKAWT Ital 574 414 .57K
AFB in Arkansas, was national range, with firing in both the .22 51 39 ,59: ;:
t. FA W.11 49 41 .5U
collegiate champion in 1954. and .45 caliber categories. /f f> VW-4 tlVKP62 :! 51.421
The 4,1 f 'B' : 67 .:le1t4
Army pistol team, about Medal winners were, Class A, KasronKtxron 6 HI 62 .1}+6
60 shooters and eight coaches I 109 65' ,2r: ;!)
and T.
B. J. Maxik, E. R. Walter PAETU 17' .it':' 12rcrguson's :
will compete in the National
A. Asbjornsen. Class B winners .
Championships next month at
Davis and
J. D.
were R. M. Stage,
Camp Perry, Ohio. (AFPS) .,w, : I 90-15
W. T. Bowen
t '
A chief who appeared for Winners of Class C medals included .... > :/I Cops Blind Bogey

courts-martial duty had been examined Lt. G. S. Thornton, W. G. J. A'r
The NAS Golf Course held
by both the defense and Pace and A. B. Herrod. :: an-
the other of its blind bogeys last Saturday -
prosecution, and was aboutto desiring to participate tr "W '
All personnel with the winning score be-
f ;
be iMh"4-
accepted, when the prose- wel- ; ,
in future matches are ...",
cutor asked ing a 75. Harry Ferguson shot a
"Do : ; come It's proposed that a Match COP PISTOL DONORS Nathaniel! Pratt 90) with a 15 handicap to win the
you believe in capital fired monthly. T/Sgt Jr., (left)
punishment?" Course will be and M/Sgt Horace Abney of the Marine Aviation Detachment at I bogey and with it three golf balls.
The Notices of the time and datesof NATTCenter are shown with the trophies and medals they won Archie Fowler and Charlie
chief and
hesitated amoment's matches will be enteredin while representing the Jax Navy Pistol Club in the Florida State Moreland tied for second with 79s
reflection, replied: these Pistol Championship Matches held recently. Pratt finished fourthIn
"Well, yes, sir, I do If it the plan-of-the-day prior to the the Open Class, while Abney finished second In the Sharpshooter after handicaps were deducted.
ain't too severe." match. Class. They each received one golf ballr



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: 'i Railroads hakeFurlough Local Commands t 'r''!:

; Fares (Continued from Page 1) I' : 9
Lj4 r
', information on the actual time of .
, .< Furlough fares on railroads the simulated bomb drop, groundzero. '
f have been increased effective There will be no warning
July 1, 1957 signal at the Station, althoughthe .,
))( The increase will amount to city will sound one at 1145 :
) approximately one-quarter of tomorrow when certain Civil (

';I one cent ((0.0025)) per mile Defense police and fire units will : '
plus payment of the Federal assemble at predesignated pointsto .,
transportation tax. handle a simulated evacuation '
; :
However, legislation continuing and a second warning at 1300
I, the present tax exemption Saturday in conjunction with the .,
on furlough fares has been introduced assembly at the foot of the city
in the Congress. parking lot of water transportation >
on the St. Johns River.

NAS Jacksonville will furnisha ;j..-
"" ,
cmJDThursdar crash boat for this part of the ....:

exercise.As i,

soon as envelopes are oil
July 11Malnside
opened, information from subor- AWARD DAY AT PUBLIC WORKS Ten employees of Public Works Department assembled
Strategic Air Com- dinate commands and units will for a triple award ceremony held last week Captain Ira N. Curtis, Public Works Officer presentedcash
mand (color drama) with James awards for beneficial suggestions, and superior accomplishments and certificates for accident
Stewart and June Allyson. Also I start flowing by telephone (or free supervision. Left to right are Sidney Clark ($60)); Eugene Burch ($30)); and William White
News Hand. wire if the telephone system is ($100)), beneficial suggestion award winners; Frances Cherry ($200)); Captain Curtis; Elvah Thrower
damaged) to the Control Centerin ($100)); J. II. Lee ($200)); and J. II. Vineyard ($300)), superior accomplishment award winners; and A.
NATTCenter Fastest Gun the Office of the officeroftheday ..W. Hall and O. W. Smith, recipients of awards for 10 years of accident free supervision.
Alive (western drama) with Glen
at NAS Jax. If this office
Ford and Jean Crain. Also Senor
Droopy. should be out of operation, a sec Enterprising Parents No Longer VETS IN CRITICAL
ondary control center has been
Hospital Spring Reunion RATES CAN RE-UP
(comedy drama) with Betty Hut- tower.established in the operations Irked By Baby Sitting ProblemMilitary Former sailors in 47 much
ton and Dana Andrews. Also Hol- needed rates can now reenlist
lywood Stars at a Party. REPORTS WILL cover the site personnel in housing projects and civilian neighborhoods within two years from date of

Friday, July 12 of bombing, ground zero, size of in the Washington, D. C., area have found a way to beat discharge, according to an article -
Mainside Omar Khayyamcolor detonation, damage and fallout. the cost of hiring baby sitters. I in The Navy Times.
( drama) with Cornell Wilder Damaged activities will provide Day nurseries at the local Installations announcing a revised pro
and Michael Rennie Also Hep reports on their ability to func- offered reliable service known. but existence is a fact. gram for reenlisting in speci-
Cat Symphony. tion, while undamaged activitiescan during the day, but closed Getting together on the subject, fied rates, the broken reenlist-
NATTCenter Strategic Air be expected to provide, theo- during the early evening.PROSPECTIVE a draft of rules, peculiar to the ment was reduced from 109
Command. News Hand. retically, teams for assistance and night-owls and certain area and wishes of participants rates to 51, four of which ex-

Hospital Fastest Gun Alive.. logistics support as available night-clubbers from the married were drawn up. sailors can reenlist in their old
Senor Droopy. where needed. ranks found it expensive to hoot ESTABLISHED under.he title rate within 12 months and, 47

Saturday, July 13 Recovery action will be mostly while the 16-year-old from next of "Toddler Coddlers the organIzation of which they can keep their
Mainside Interlude (color left up to the imagination of door stayed with the kids. is limited to 15 or 20 mem- old stripes if reenlisting within

drama) with June Allyson and those in charge, dependent upon Origin of the idea to form a bers. Each member w ill havea 24 months.
Rates limited to reenlistment
Rossana Brazzi.NATTCenter. the simulated condition of the activity baby-sitting cooperative in these page in "the book" maintained -
Omar Khay- and its recovery state. At military "communities" is un'C'L.A'SSI'fIE'J b y a secretary, which position rotates within 12 months are
TM2, TM3, AK2 and AK3.
for one-month duration.
yam. Hep Cat Symphony. I all times close coordination at the
Others include the deck,
Hospital Strategic Air Com local level will be maintained between The hours of each.sitting will
electronics administration and
mand. News Hand. civil and military forces, : ), be marked in the "owe" side of clerical, engineering and hull
Kiddie Matinee Shot Gun with reports of the former progressing the ledger and each time another and aviation
(color western) with Sterling up through a chain of For Rent4Ft member sits for him, the numberof groups.
Hayden and Yvonne DeCarlo. Al command to the Office of Defense Hsetrlr. Air Cond't. Avail hours will be entered in the
/ so Big Bad Sinbad. Mobilization. 72. 7657-103rd St. EV 4-2059/ "plus" column. Service Photo

Sunday, July 14 Military reports will be sched- I Ext-8404. Hendl after 1600. The hours are balanced at the
-Bedrm Home. San Pablo Rd. end of (Continued from Page 1)
Mainside Abandon Ship uled daily, compiled and forwarded every month with a maximum -
(drama) with Tyrone Power and for the North Florida area I CH C-2666/EX 82490. Hough- of 20 hours in either col which comprise a series tellingthe
ton. I story of some phase of Special
Lloyd Nolan. by NAS Jax through ComSixto umn. I
l NATTCenter Interlude. the Chief of up Naval Operations. Furn. Rm 3338 Randall St. Hertz- FOR A SITTER, the member Services Program); and lastly
Hospital Omar Khayyam. I man. EV 44678.3Bdrm calls the secretary who will, in Color transparencies ((35-mm).
Hep Cat Symphony. Officers from ComSix and : Unfurn. Home. 1070 turn call a possible sitter. The I Complete details of the contestare
Monday, July 13 CinCLant are expected to observe Ingleside St. $125 Mo. EV available member will then call available in BuPers Notice
Mainside Boys Town (dra- operation of the exercise. 7-4573/EV 8-3219. Ives. the night-owls requesting specific 1700 of.25 June 1957. NAS Special
ma-reissue) with Spencer Tracy 3-Bdrm Home. Furn. Venetia Ter. instructions such as time, etc. Services has entry forms.
and Mickey Rooney. Also Little 100 Mo. Avail 7-12. EV 8-3601. The Washington "Toddler Cod- .

Rural Riding Hood.NATTCenter Ritchey. dlers" found the club could be
Abandon Ship. 3-Bdrm. CBHse. 4636 Cates Ave. established easily. The prospect of AudreyContinued
Hospital. Interlude. Can be seen after 710. War- leaving Dennis and Sally with ( from Page 1)

Tuesday, July 16 dengo. strangers, though mothers, was a will b? wall-flowers when it
Mainside No Time To Be 2-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. 3873 HerschelSt. drawback so membership is lim- comes to dating. If it does
Young (drama) with Robert Avail. 7-1. EV 9-2838. Cay. come down to the "X" cate-

M Vaughn and Roger Smith. For Sale ited.For further information, write gory and Xmay, however,
i NATTCenter Boys Town. 3-Bdrm, 2-bath, brick-masonry Chief of Information (OI-460)), weathermen may be told to
1 Little Rural Riding Hood. hse. Nice. 7315 Pineview Dr. !I Navy Department, Washington 25, "Ixnay on the okesjay. Ivegay
Hospital Abandon Ship. Ort. Hills. $76 mo. pymts. EV D. C. usway the aightstray opedayi"
Wednesday, July 17 4-2379, Httt, Capt. USAF.
,\ Mainside Hypnotist Show 3-Bdrm. Hse. 4751 Cardinal Pic. '
\ on stage. Equity $1,850. $59.50 Mo. EV CE Q&
\ 41177. Riccio. I
2-Brdm. Frame Hse. 5234 Bragg Q
i Private Firms '+s Rd. Avail after 7-5. $59.34 Mo. '
FHA Mori. Reel
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( 2-Bdrm" CB Home. 630 Comet St.
( ,Public Works and the squadrons, EV 81258. Hall. 1
( should not pass without tribute, 3-Bdrm. Home. 3926 Blanding Just been reading how
( pointed out Capt. Ira N. Curtis, t ti' Blvd. GI Equity $1,000. EV % heroic action and pre
Public Works Officer. ';
74927. Beauchamp. planned emergency drill
The fuels used extensively at t 3-Bdrm. Hse. 4399 Genoa Ave. was instrumental in sawing
NAS Jacksonville are JP-4, to Venetia. Immed. Occ. EV 73502. lives and further
about 18 million gallons a year, Smith.
and 115/145, to about 11,040,000 Miscellaneous I Il. damage aboard the
I ...>f
gallons a year. Also used are i: Wanted: Ride from 5811 Pearl St aircraft carrier U S S.Roosevelt. .
Grade 91/96, JP-3 and various \ to Mainside. Hrs. 07301600. .
types of lubricating oils. q Padgett. Ext. 552/554 or ELgin
The program of conversion to 'JL.z :! 30361. Are you conducting required .
private contractor was initiatedby Wanted: Lady driving to Monte- emergency exit

BuAer last year, when Public rey, Calif., about Aug. 10, desires fire drills quarterly as
Works began a lengthy economic __ A _pg_..__ two passengers to share outlined in NAS lax instruction
study of local requirements. In SITTING PRETTY-Gracing driving and expenses. ELgin 11320.1A T
April of this year the Bureau ,directed the deck of the destroyer escort 6-2060 after 7 pjn. and Sun. or
that the program become Osberg In New York is write Apt. C-358 W. 21st. St. Let's all plan ahead to

generally effective in all naval show girl Tina Louise, a pretty Jax 6. Silver. avert disaster for our-
air stations by July 1, with the lass who has been chosen by Wanted: Ride. Share driving from
result that bids were invited for members of the Navy RecruitIng So. Jax (Chaseville Rd/Atlantic selves, our families and

Jacksonville area contracts in Service as the gal they'd Blvd) Hra 0(500-1630.( EXt. ,1 shipmatesPage !

/. most like tt drop anchor with 605. Blaka. .

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