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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: July 17, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Well Station In Fares Mock Jt1 X w .J.Jt




Bomb Attack

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. When mock enemy aircraft VOL-15 No. 15 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 18 July 1957 i;

dropped a hypothetical bombon l'
the railroad bridge paralleling "' .,,' "'. t\\ :

: the Acosta Bridge in Annual ChestXRay (ji;

Jacksonville, during last week

end's exercises in Operation

Alert 1957, NAS Jax and sub- Survey ;

ordinate commands went into


action.The simulated bomb was Being Taken {:

dropped at 1539 Friday, totally

destroying a 2.5 mile radius area .1 i% Mass chest X-ray surveys, .

from ground zero. Much of the t:1 required annually for all military ] '

city of Jacksonville was lost, but personnel, have been
the Station suffered only an esti- scheduled
on an alphabetical
mated minimum of structural ii! I system all this month at the

damage and could have been x? vK NAS Jax Dispensary.
open to limited air traffic insideof (
K' Rt. +
So far, the X-rays, used to detect -
a few hours after the blast.
possible pulmonary patho-
LV TillS hypothetical situation, t. :: logical conditions of the lung
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Naval forces were therefore in a have been given from "A" to

position to render aid to Civil :. .: "K." Including today, the sched-

Defense forces of Jacksonville in i : "fv fvLOCAL : ule Is: L-July 18; M-July 19;

affecting recovery measures. .I ... '.. N, O-July 22; P, Q-July 23;
About 255 Naval personnel madeup ,'f -: "'f' R-July 24; S-July 25; T, U, V-

token teams mustered by NAS I .. \>.'to'' ... 'd' .{ July 2G; W-July 29; and X, Y,
Jax, NAS Cecil Field, NAAS May- II } ; .
:: Z-July 30.
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port and NS Green Cove Springs, .."..""ff .... (.. .'&' .. '<:
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THE
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surveyswere
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coordinating their efforts with _. -'" ,_;,:,jri: ,,',::'",.v....'"_, _,.,. .... .._ ... .t.. ./ _._uj.\......'y_V.. 2....."'"' -. ....,.H',.._ started in the armed serv-
those of Civil Defense forces of AIR FORCE STAFF Ready to organize the Air Force Aircraft Control and Warning ices some 15 years ago. Since

the stricken area. Squadron, commissioned at NAS Jax on July 9, is Mats Richard Riley, (front center) and a small then numerous case of TD and
Casualties aboard the station staff which will gradually be increased to 150 Air Force personnel. The squadron will be based at
the Air Defense Control Center now being built near the Stations Operations building Standing;, other lung diseases, which other
were estimated on the fact that left to right, are: S/Sgi. C. Andrews, classification clerk; M/Sft. R. K. King, flight servant; s/Sft. wise might have gone undetected,
the bomb was of one megaton II. F. Crumbley, chief clerk, and S/Sft W. L. Faulkner, supply sergeant have been completely cured.
calibre and the Station is situatedon
TD, which id highly infectious,
the outer perimeter of the
simulated blast area. Estimated Regs For Wearing Air Force Unit Arrives was once a major killer in this
country and is still prevalent in
figures showed that there were Citation RevampedGarrison
slum and industrial areas. It L

600 125 were military fatal casualties, and 1,100, of civilian which Norton, assistant Aboard To f'Set found mostly among youngeradults
Up Shop'A rather than older
casualties, of which 165 were secretary of the Navy, recently age
ruled that Ma- groups.In
fatal. Civilian casualties ran only Navy or
Air Force commissioned 1953, statistics show 253
aboard
new squadron was
higher because at the time the rine Corps personnel actually
bomb presumably the Naval Air Station Jacksonville on July 9, marking a deaths due to TB in the state of
was dropped, serving with a unit during the Florida.
in here.
precedent operations
many were on their home
way action i for which it was THERE IS absolutely no danger -
The 679th Aircraft Control and
MOST OF the damage was awarded the Presidential Unit and the Navy, with the Navy op- of over-exposure to radiation
caused Warning Squadron, of which
by flying debris from the
erating Radar Air Traffic Con- from the X-rays, Dispensary officials
blast. More permanent type Citation, are authorized to Major Richard V. Riley is com- a -

buildings on the Station were wear the Medal, according to mander, is a unit of the 35th Air trol Center, handling its own air declare, pointing out thata
safe dosage, measured in units
relatively undamaged and avail- The Navy Times. Division (Defense), whose head traffic and air trafifc within the known
as roentgens, has long
quarters based at DobbinsAir I
able for are local
use.
area.
Norton made the ruling after since been determined. That
Force Base, Marietta, Ga. Its
A lack of additional fund for At staff average it was said,
the President had issued an mission here is to operate an Air present Major Riley's person can
use during the exercise barred
easily tolerate chest
of civilian executive order changing the Defense Direction Center in the consists only of three staff ser- numerous
use personnel on an X-rays without
overtime basis. Lack of funds also PUG rules and allowing the building now under constructionnear geants and a master sergeant. But damaged affects.every year
Secretary of the Navy to determine the Operations building.
blocked procurement of an ade- a gradual increase in personnelwill The mass X-ray surveys ore

quate warning signal system, although who may wear the THE NEW STRUCTURE will bring it to full complementPlease used chiefly as a screening pro-
ribbon, the Times added.
officials state that are- be used jointly by the Air Force ( turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)

(Please turn to Pace 8, Col. 5) -

Responsible For All This
All Skills 'Pro'Pay


Plan Gains First lax Air News Editor


Insistence on proficiency pay to Visits 14 Year Old 'Baby' ,
enlisted men of all skills, advocated -

by the Navy and Marine
Corps, is gaining favor with the A visit to the Naval Air Station by a retired naval officer J

Defense Department with the last Friday turned out to be most revealing to the,

final word left up to Defense Service Information Office staff.

Secretary Charles E. Wilson. The visitor, Mr. Edmond II. Managing editor of the Hickory, F.'R

Last minute details will be Smith Jr., happened to be the I N. C. Daily Record before entering j o ,wa

ironed out before submittingfinal first editor of the Jax Air News.A the service, Smith arrived : Il
pay proposals to the Secre : ; ;
RETIRED officer with rankof here as a Ltjg( ) and was given :

tary, with each service offeringits Lcdr. Smith stopped off at the i the job as first editor of the Jax I'.Yr..ykf '

own proficiency pay rule SIO to provide information on a i Air News. The first edition was I i
drafted along the
general guide
lines established by Defense'smanpower tour of the North Carolina Asso- I published on April 1, 1943.

and ciation of Broadcasters aboard He opened shop with three en-
personnel experts.
the USS Saratoga Sunday. Smith listed men and one other officer,
The Coast Guard is expected to
and his family came to Jax a Lt. Vernon Sechriest, of RockyMt.
go along with the Navy and Ma-
little early to look over the base ., N. C. Public Information
rine Corps if they prove success
ful. where he once served and stop I Officer at that time was Lt. Ted .
off at the activity where he was I Mann, of Durham, N. C. former J. 9p'J
the two services
Basically, are
the original plank owner. : public relations director of Duke '
opposing limitation of''the pro- ,
Shortly after his arrival, the University. (The Tarheels really /
ficiency to those 15 percentof
pay f.
enlisted men "employed primarily discussion drifted to the Jax Air had control of things back in ---

in areas which are criticalby News. "I'm quite familiar with 1943). FIRST EDITOR VISITS E Imond( II. Smith Jr., who wu tbt
of both retention the Jax Air News. I was its first FROM JAX, Smith headed for first editor of the lax Air News mows his wife (left) and daugh-
reason poor ter Harriet the first edition of he lax Air News, Pu bibbed on
and high training investment. editor, Smith"said quickly. Miami, where again he was April 1, 19U, taken from the hlsto deal files In the editorial office.
.. The argument of the Navy and SO, 14 YEARS later the man given the job of starting a base I They compare It with the latest Issue of the newspaper. Smith
Marine Corps is that all their enlisted who was responsible for all of newspaper. In fact, everywherehe ,who Is a retired Lcdr., is gene il manager of Hickory N. C.
in grades E-4 toE this madness, called the Jax Air went, he was given the job of .radio station. He was one of the group: of North Carolina Aasocla
men pay
Won of Broadcaster wtoo e mt to lax to beard tat USS Saratoga
-7 ark skilled personnel News, tells how it all started (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. S) I f or a short cruise








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Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 18 JUlY'

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Two From MAD

J11Xufs

Win Promotions'


Published I every Thursday: for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air As a result of a promotion program .
Station Jacksonville, Hoi:Ida. this two
begun early year
NAB, jMk .B\lll*
Comdr. Robert H. Smith _.....M.M..M_........._.._._ Acting Commanding Officer master sergeants last week re-
Fleet Air JMluon,U> ceived certificates of appointment -
Rear /dm. Wendell G. Switzer ..._..............._...__....__._....... Commander to First Sergeant in the yr
Capt. & S. Searcy, Jr. Chief of Staff .
Fleet Air Mine Elevr. Marine Corps.
Copt, Sidney I S. Laurence Commander
Comdr. T. S. While ...... ......._... .,........?. Chief> of Staff The up-graded men were William -
Naval Air Technical l Training Crater Watkins and F. H. Gann of
Capt. Charles: I* Moore, Jf. Commanding Officer
pmdr. YVlUrcd E. Fleshman Executive Officer the NATTCenter Marine Aviation

Naval Hoapllal Detachment, both of whom entered -
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding orneerCa
>>t. Marcy Shupp __ Executive: Officer the>*Marine Corps during
NAKTU World War II and have spent the
'apt. Officer
( Norman O. Anderson Commanding
Comdr. William E. Hardy _, Kxecuthe: Officer majority of their careers in the

The JAX AIR NEWS U pubj'jjdat; ; the U. S. Naval Air Station. aviation field.
Jacksonville, Florida and commercially with I funds
printed non-app
lit no expense to the government; and In compliance: with : malt Rev Lt. Col. E. G. McIntyre, com-
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the manding officer of the Marine
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, the
U. S. Naval Hospital. Aviation Detachment, made the
Service Information Officer Lt. Dave Bceslcy presentation to Watkins and
Managing Editor Andrew II. Plancy
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; .TRekHolmt Gann who had applied for promotion PROMOTION SELECTEES Master Sergeants William Wat.
>j,, mi; Lynn Wrldrnan JO3; John Iibell\ JOSN; Ben Sylar, SA; under the First Sergeant/ kins, left) and F, II. Gann, (center) are shown receiving mtifl.
i'hyllls Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore 1>113. rates of appointment to First Sergeant in the Marine
Sergeant Major program. Corps!, tf I
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service
AFPS material appearing I In this publication may not be reprinted without given a Col. E. G. Mclntyre, commanding officer of the Marine Aviation
the written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service Republication of other Applicants were Detachment at NATTCcntcr, is making the presentation.
matter, except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission, of thorough screening by their
JAX AIR NIWS.! I
Editor
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building Phone extension parent organization, and those !Pair Tics For AEA)

8346. 216 or 8164. ______________________________ who were recommended had a .cmm

No Free Credit Seen formal written recommendation Graduation HonorsTwo
sent to Headquarters, Marine
Corps. shared graduation honorsin Thursday, July 18

Senate Committee Blasts There another formal screening last week's ceremony at Aviation Mainside Rose Tattoo (drama
) with Burt
board was held, and applicants Electrician's Mate School Lancaster and
selected by this board were Class A at NA TTCenter.Pfc. Anna Magnani.

then issued their certificate of Ralph Huey, of Pittsburgh, NATTCenter Shoot Out At

NX Expansion ProposalsThe appointment signed by the Com- Pa., and Jerome Schakel, of Pel- Medicine Bend (western) with

mandant of the Marine Corps. la, la., tied for top honors. Randolph Scott and James Craig,

Senate Appropriations Committee has lowered the First Sergeant Gann has been Huey, who attended the Uni- Also Playtime Pals.

boom on reported plans of the military to increase the scope reassigned as the Detachment versity of Pittsburgh, entered the Hospital No Time To Be

of activities of the exchanges by enlarging the categoriesof Sergeant Major, and First Sergeant service in August, 1956. Young (drama) with Robert

stock now handled.In Watkins is assigned to Schakel, who came in the Navyin Vaughn and Roger Smith.

a word, there will be no ex- two Air Force Bases this week. support in Aviation Fundamental October, 1956, is headed for Friday, July 19

pansion in the type of goods car What teed off the Senate committee School, Class (P). VW-2 at Patuxent River, Md. Mainside Somebody Up

ried in the military exchanges, was the services' policy of ThereLikes Me (drama) with

no free credit extended to ex- assigning military personnel to Paul Newman, Pier Angeli and

change customers, and "the services ,work in the exchange system.IT Sal Mineo.

had better watch out how NOTED that exchange facilities -> NATTCenter Rose: Tattoo
many military personnel they as- are mostly operated with p 4rrci (drama) with Burt Lancastej

sign to the exchange system." non-appropriated funds, yet more and Anna Magnani.

UNDETERMINED now is than 2,000 officers and enlistedmen Hospital Shoot Out At Mcdl

whether the Senate's whack at work in them. Since their cine Bend. Also Playtime Pals.

expanded stocks and credit buy- pay comes out of appropriatedfunds Saturday, July 20

Ing will influence decisions by a the committee felt that this Mainside Joe Dakota (toloi)

House Armed Services subcommittee was "an unwarranted waste of melodrama) with Jock Mahoney

which has been conducting the taxpayer's money." and Luana Patten. Also Wack

hearings of the general operationof The committee is now urging I Bye Baby.
that either civilians be employedto
the exchanges. Discussions NATTCenter Somebody Up
concerned added stocks of car perform functions now per- There Likes Me (drama) with
tires and batteries furnitureand formed by military personnel, or
baby Paul
Newman, Pier Angch; and 1
sport coats.Scheduled that the salaries of the service- Sal Mineo.
men assigned be paid out of exchange -
tests of a credit sys- profits. Hospital Rose Tattoo (dra

tem for exchanges have been call- Statistics show that the Army ma) with Burt Lancaster and

ed off for further study. The test and Air Force had 357 officers Anna Magnani.

was to have gone into effect at and 175 enlisted men assigned to I Kiddie Matinee Star In The

exchange facilities; the Marineshad Dust (western) with John Agar

45 officers and 992 men assigned and Mamie Van Dorcn. Also
.DIU\ \ f
; and the Navy admitted to Feast and Furious.

( S'f' RVICf S 143[ officers in the system but enlisted y fM1 Sunday, July 21

personnel figures not u ........n.n..m._ _..
were '.y ''' Mainside The Abductors (action -
available. HONOR RETIRED MEN Members of the NAS Jax Fire drama) with Victor Mc
Division, assembled at Station Two, look
on appreciatively
All Saints' Chapel as five Hun
Laglen and Fay Spain. Also
former comrades, retired for
disability show off
framed certificates
Sunday, July 21 Elizabeth City NALF and honorary badges. The awards were presented to them at ters Of The Sea.NATTCenter .
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0930 Sunday School, three- a vrfwonJVllicluded\ at the awards presentation were, Joe Dakota
year-olds through adults, Dldg. To Be DeactivatedAs right, Fire Chief Donald Moran; former assistant fire chief (color melodrama) with Jack
722 Service of Divine Aubrey Evans; E. A. Swilley; George Green; C. W. Owens fire-
Worship ;
; part of the deactivation of man Marcus Norton, who made the presentations, and Lum Hudson. Mahoney and Luana Patten. Also
Chaplain Osman. the naval air facility at Elizabeth Wacky Bye Baby

1100 Service of Divine Wor- City, N. C., four blimps from There
Hospital Somebody Up
ship, Chaplain Davis squadrons One and NAS Jax Hold
United Four, all 01 Firefighters Likes Me (drama) with Paul
1900
Fellowship of which
participated in
the Naval
Newman and Sal
Protestants, Bldg. 804. Review at Norfolk, have been Ceremony Honoring RetiredWith Mineo. Pier Angeli

Monday, July 22 transferred, according to The 22
Monday, July
1930 Singspiration, Chaplain's Navy Times.
Office, NATTCenter. retirement ceremonies running rife aboard the Station Mainside Bright Leaf (drama
Deactivation of the base ,
Tuesday, July 23 I relocation of the blimps and and plus a retired civilian employees' day celebrated a few weeks ago, ) with Gary Cooper and Lau
per- the NAS Jax Fire Division justly felt it ren Bacall (reissue).
time
1900 Teen-age Fellowship, sonnel assigned to the two sauad was to get into the act
with a ceremony of its own. NATTCenter The Abductors
Bldg. rons has brought heated
722.Thursday, July 25 that Congressman Herbert charge As a result, five former NAS ((action drama) with Victor Me-
C. fire fighters the fire station galley. Fire fighter Laglen and Fay Spain. Also
1915 All Saints' Chapel. Bonner, in whose district the who have been re- -
tired for Marcus Norton made the Hunters Of The Sea.
Choir rehearsal. disability within the pres-
facility was located "is bein'spanked'
Daily past two and a half years, were entations, while Fire Chief Don- Hospital Joe Dakota (color
by the Navy for his
0900-1130 Vacation Bible presented with framed certifi- ald Moran paid tribute to the melodrama) with Jock Mahonev
part in the
School. economy move on cates and honorary badges neatly ex-firemen, closing his remarks and Luana Patten. Also WackY
Capitol Hill which resulted in
a.. enclosed in with the statement that he
St. Edward's Chapel reduction of the Navy's funds leather carryingcases would Bye Baby.
like
Schedule of Masses the Times said. in a special, though unofficial to have every one of them Tuesday, July 23

Sunday, July 21 e ], ceremony held at Fire back "right now" Mainside The 27th Day

0630 Naval Hospital. The first law relating to military Station No. 2 last Tuesday. The idea of the "retirementceremony" (science fiction) with Gene

0800, 0900, 1000 St. Ed- "affairs, passed by Congress Honored were Aubrey M. developed among the Barry and Valerie French. Also

ward's Chapel on Aug. 7, 1789, established a De- Evans, former assistant fire chief; men of the Division who felt Out Of The Desert.

Daily partment of War responsible for C. W Owens; George E. Green; that some means of showing appreciation NATTCenter Bright Leaf

1200 Tuesday thru Friday. both the Army and Navy. E. A. Swilley, and Lum Hudson. for long and faithful (drama) with Gary Cooper and

0800 St. Edward's, Saturdays. Plans for the occasion service should be shown their Lauren Bacall (reissue).

Baptisms The Navy ordered its first air- made by members of the were Fire erstwhile comrades. All expenseswere Hospital The Abductors (action

Sundays after 1000 Mass. plane in 1911. Division and included lunch in tributions.covered by voluntary con drama) with, Victor McLat;
len and Fay Spain.







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VA-17B, VA-172, VA-44, VP-16, Fasron 6




:t \ .'. ;.,. Scouting Squadronsvri I

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M rt ,>i : ; .. P;: i Comdr. Jackson Clark relieved and farewell party was held in
the newly acquired home of officers -
Lcdr. Thomas Reddy as executive
Jack Radar Pat Marsha
officer of Patrol Squadron 16 ,
Charlie Brown, Brad KiddIe and
last Monday.
Jack Keating last Friday evening.
Comdr. Clark reported from
Leaving the fighting Hornets
the USS Currituck (AV-7)), wherehe
after several months of
.,V'' ( 1i.fr was Operations Officer. Lcdr success
i
h IK ful and dulcet unification
were
ij
Reedy will report to the Office of
r Comdr. John Shuff; Lt. Tom
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<< Naval Intelligence, Washington,
I Trout; Ltjg( ) John Huber; Lt. ,

Sj Sj5 t D.C.Comdr.. Clark received his Navy I Ken Wiley, and Ltjg( ) Brad
KiddIe.
."h"*' wings on Sept 23, 1942, then : S ,
headed for duty with VP-135.: !
Fasron Six
.:, While based at the Aleutians with i
Fasron Six welcomes four new
: :
the squadron, he was forced to I
.". aviators aboard. Ltjg( ) Tom
j land his PV-1 at Petropavlosk,
.. ... -.... .... ......-".'" >-... -. .,: Russia, after an engagement with Smith arrived from VF-22.: Ensign
Chilton Cabot and Ensign
THUNDERBOLTS GO ALL OUT The familiar orange Thunderbolts of Attack Squadron 176 Japanese fighters.
Kenneth Nutt arrived from For-
are becoming a common sight off as well as on the runways at NAS Jax. Normally Men only on the lie was interned in the USSR
I squadron's Skyraiders, the flashing Thunderbolts can now be seen decorating squadron cars. Leading for nearly seven months. est Sherman Field at Pensacola
the way was the skipper, Lcdr. Scott Cummins, (whose car is 401)). Number 402, driven by the execu Ensign Howard Curran entered
tive officer, Lcdr. Bill Tobin, was the second to wear the Thunderbolt insignia Other duty stations for Comdr.
Clark have been at NAS Houma, Fasron Six from Cabaniss Field,

La., VR-4 NAS Olathe, Kan., VR- Corpus Christ!, Texas.

Announce May-June Winners 1, VR-3, VP-23 and NAS Ana- All hands had a picnic at

costia, D.C. Kingsley Lake on WednesdayJuly

VP-I softball team has endedits 10. Swimming, a picnic
In Civilian Fishing ContestThe intramural season in the Main- lunch and games for the wives,

NOTES side league, finishing in a sixth and children provided all witha

committee for the station's Civilian Fishing Contest has place tie with a 9.6 record. full day

announced prize winners for the May-June competition. SVA Also reporting aboard were
The CPO Club is featuring a -4f' John Borje, ADC, from VAIM
In the Fresh Water Division
swimming party this Saturday, women's prize, Coleman gas Fighting Attack Squadron-44 is from the USS Forrestal (CV A-

July 20, from 2000 to 2400. Music winner of a spinning reel was D. stove; children's prize, salt water about mid-way in its "turning I 59)), ComFairElm sent us Norman

will be furnished by a favorite W. Chason, Public Works, for his rod. For red bass, men's prize, over" process with the arrival of: I Brewer, AK3.

orchestra. catch of a six-pound black bass in salt water rod; women's prize, its new executive officer Lcdr VA-172

Remember, you can wear either the St. Johns River. Shakespeare service reel; chil- James A. Homyak, from VA-104. The Blue Bolt officers proved

casual attire or swim suits. Grace Corbin, wife of C. B. dren's prize, salt water rod. The He will replace Comdr. John themselves to be the Iron Men of

See you Saturday night for Corbin, Overhaul and Repair, entry prize will be a tackle box Shuff on August 1, when Comdr. the squadron last week.

swimming under the stars. caught a four-pound 11-ounce and plugs. Shuff reports to BuAer for his In volley ball playoffs, the

On Sunday night we will again black bass in the Oklawaha River All employes') are urged to par- new assignment. "Iron Men" topped the chiefs in

have our trio to furnish music for and was the winner of a tackle ticipate in the Fishing Contest. Also joining the fighting "Hor two successive games and then

dancing in the Harris Room. box and plug. Fishing is a great sport in which nets" this week was Ltjg( ) disposed of the whitehats in the

Friday night is game night at IN CHILDREN'S competition, your entire family can participateand Albert Finch, who came from the same manner, thus capturing the

the club. Come for an evening of W C. Thomason, son of R. W. compete for prizes. Training Command where he was "Blue Bolt Iron Man" trophy

enjoyment.The Thompson, was awarded a spot- an instructor at Whiting Field. which was up for grabs.

special dinner featured on light for a two-pound four-ounce I Requests Desired Personnel was further kept The softball honors, played oft f
Sunday is becoming increasingly black bass caught at Doctor's busy with the arrival of Howard at a recent beer bust, also went

popular. Cost for adults is $1.00, Lake James Morton, who caught For Recruiting Duly Blank, AA; Delbert Garner, AA; to the officers when they out

children's plates going for 60 a one-pound eight-ounce breamin Under a new CinCLant Fleet John DeDcaux, AEC; Role Zeitz played the whilehats by a score

cents. Putnam County was the win- note, requests are desired from man, SN; Walter Harris, ADC; of 51.
See you at the club.Mayport ner of a 20-foot telescope pole. enlisted personnel in pay and Frederic Umar, ADJ3. The previous game between the"

e Winner of a.casting rod was grades E-6 and E-7 who desireto With the approaching Sixth whitehats and the chiefs found

Faye Nelson, wife of James Nel- be placed on the recruiting Naval District Golf Tournament, the whitehats easily on top when

Based son, O&R, for her catch of a duty eligibility list. VA-44's Dave Bruce, YN3, is they ran away with a 9-0 game
nine-ounce bream all his time Runner-up decided
one-pound Interested personnel, except spending spare position was
caught in Lake Apopka. J, E. those in rates YN, PN, SK, practicing for the big event The when the whitehats took the

CarDiv 20Commissioned Morton's .-on, Jimmy, was DK, PR, AK, AG, AC, AT, tournament will be held at the chiefs over the coals in two out
awarded a 16-foot telescope pole NAS Jax golf course, July 2931. of three games of volleyball.
ALT, TD, AB, AE, TE, ET, FT,
for his one-pound four-ounce Dave played in the match last There have been recent addi-
RD, GF, JOC, PH and SV, may
bream caught in Putnam County. reply in accordance with Bu- year, held at NAS Pensacola, and tions to VA-172 lately Chief J.

IN SALT Water Division, a Pers Manual 5208 and BuPers placed seventh. W. Lloyd is the proud owner of a

Carrier Division Twenty, gas lantern was awarded to J, W. Inst. 1306.20C. This past weekend saw a detachment brand new 1957 model daugther

fourth anti-submarine task Price, O&R, for his six-pound Enlisted personnel nominated of 10 officers and 40 en- while Bobby Burt thinks his

12-ounce speckled trout, caughtat should show an interest listed men leaving on a two-week 1957 son is a better buy ,
group of the Atlantic Fleet, cruise aboard the USS 1 *
Libeck Island. Winner of a and desire to serve on recruit Wasp
was commissioned yesterdayat casting reel in the children'scompetition ing duly. Personnel must also (CVS-18)). Joining the fighting VA176The

NAAS Mayport. was Harvey Tyler, have a clear record or, if not a Hornets for this cruise is Ltjg( ) familiar orange "Thunderbolts" -

:. '(" ; Y''o' ': The new car- son of \ Janjcs Tyler, for his clear record, have committed Ed DeMartini from VF-103 Cecil of Attack Squadron 176

>}':.;, '..... .. tier division catch of a three-pound 12-ounce only a minor offense more Field, who will serve as the are becoming a common sight on

.: ,,,, ; will be com speckled trout in Duval County. than five years ago. squadron's "LSO." and off the runways at NAS
Jar. Normally the
seen only on
manded by There were no women's entriesfor A combination house warming
;s: .. : squadrons' Skyraiders, the flash-
Rear Adm. W. speckled trout. ..
.' ,,''.' ,,I''o, ::10//: /.. l ing thunderbolts are now brightly -
S. Butts, for- In the red bass competition
i.:'" :ff" :.. Ar' i iy.nXYYf
n
... >< decorating squadron cars.
'
': ,. : merly FleetOperations winners of reels were Decker ? : ?$>3,
.
st .. ..... 'o'o':. ( Leading the way was the skipper
.'>:: Officer -
; ; ': Smith, O&R, with an eight- '
} Lcdr. Scott whose
Cummings, car
L Y
f.J with the
pound 11-ounce catch at Flagler
.
: first
was to sport the Thunderbolt
/ t Office of Chief Beach, and C. L. Gray, Jr., son of

?."..,..v.\.J S :: of Naval Op- C. L. Gray, for a three-pound 10- 1 % ,' ,hii Insignia.While boosting the squadron on
Adm. Butts erations. ounce catch in the St. Johns
the deck, the "Thunderbolt are
The division is part'of the recent River.
plenty active in the air. During!
reorganization of the Atlantic Winner of the entry prize, an the month of July, VA-178 flew

Fleet to bolster Fleet defenses ice-box and water jug, was Wil .: ./ 1,025 accident free hours and cur-
against enemy submarines. Its bur Neal, O&R, for a twopoundblack rently occupy the number four

staff is comprised of trained bass caught in Lake Santa a position on the AirLant Totem
Navy anti-submarine warfare ex- Fe. s X 5Eb rb Pole.

perts.In BI-MONTHLY prizes for the ii Although based at NAS Jax,

early August, the division July-August competition will be: is- the "Thunderbolt" squadron is

will move aboard the antisubmarine Fresh water division black attached to Air Task Group 202

carrier USS Tarawa for bass, men's prize, casting reel; based at Cecil Field and com

fleet exercises. The carrier Lake women's prize, picnic table; and manded by Comdr. Gordon J.

Champlain, now an attack car- children's prize, landing net and Brown

rier, is scheduled for modificationfor bucket. For Bream all winners --+..--

anti-submarine operations in will receive a fly rod. Officer -
the near future and will serve as Water r } Change
Salt division speckled
eventual flagship for Adm. Butts.
trout, men's prize, salt water rod; TOP HONORS Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., commanding CWO Robert Forster reported
It will carry a squadron of officer of NATTCenter, presents an honor certificate: to Ensign aboard NATTCenter on July 10
twin-engine S2-F Sentinals anda "How did you find the ladiesat William Kenworthy for attaining the highest average In the recent from Fasron 109, and will assume
graduating class at Aviation Ground Officers School at the Center.
squadron of helicopters the dance? duties as phase officer at the
Recognition awards went to Ensigns Donald Kuether
and Glen
equipped with submarines detec- "I Just opened* the door marked Shockley Kenworthy, a native of Los Anlmos, Colo., will report Naval Air Weapons Systems
tion equipment. 'Ladies' and there they were." to Naval Air Intelligence School, Washington, D, C. School

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Recently Redecorated


" Waves Barracks At NATTCenter



::2E.r'; Provide An Atmosphere Of Home



" A home away from home I and candy machines, and a lovely sleeping rooms, cjany of which
that's what NATTCenter has I mural painted on the wall by a have been attractively decoratedby ti .n!":" s

furnished for its Navy and j former student, Betty Thornburg, the girls living In them.
Marine enlisted women. Most of the "new look" at the

The recently redecorated Waves AA.Topside, she will discover a NATTCenter barracks is due to

Barracks, from the flower boxesin spacious reading, writing and just the work of Mary K. Hanson,

front to the patio in the rear, plain "get together" loom where PNI, barracks MAA, and the
provides a bright, friendly, home- "Miss T," the mascot parakeetlives. girls themselves under her guid-
like atmosphere.A ing hand. The girls have given
s APPROXIMATELY CO Waves freely of their spare time wield-
NEWLY reporting Wave or and WM's currently are living in ing paint brushes and doing other
Woman Marine steps into the
the barracks. About 60 of these jobs necessary in redecorating.Their .
colorful quarterdeck and recep- girls are students at Aviation efforts have really made
tion area, decorated in "shocking"pink Fundamentals School and AK"A" the Wave Barracks a "home" for
and black.
School. The barracks has 56 themselves.
If she takes a tour of the barracks -..._,

she will find a comfortableTV NOONTIME RECITAL': Jo Manning:, YN3, fingers away on
lounge, a recreation room the "88" during a recent noon hour break at the NATTCrntrr
complete with a piano, soft drink Waves barracks recreation room. Beaming: approval for Jo's I
piano-playing ability are Fern Tldey, AK3, ]Mary Hanson. I'M md
Edwina Singleton, AKAN.
VA-44 Contingent

Personnel Invited To

Taking CruiseOn Theater 'Crew Night'"


Carrier Wasp Personnel interested in voik

I f SALTY HUMOR FROM ing on the set of "Teahouse of the
Away aboard the USS Wasp August Moon," first productionof
(CVS-18)) for a two-week cruiseare HERE AND THEREA the year for the Little Theaterof

12 officers and a supportingcrew Jacksonville, have been invitedto
man walked into a bar and join the production
6f 40 men from "Fighting crew on
Attack Squadron 44." ordered a beer and a shot of one of the "crew nights" which

This is the second cruise that whiskey. To the bartender's will be held each Tuesday end
the "Hornets" have taken aboard amazement, the man drank the Thursday at 1930.Construction .
the Wasp in the past two months. beer> then poured the whiskey of the set for
Carrying out this operation is into a pocket of his coat. After a "Teahouse" started Tuesday

Lt. Jack Rader, Lt. Ken Wiley, couple of repeat performances, night at the Little Theater on San
lieutenants junior grade Pat the bartender couldn't refrain Marco Boulevard. Work will con

Marsha, Jim Willis, Paul Weitz, from asking the customer what sist mainly of large roll-away
Dave Glunt, Jack Keating, Rich- 4.0 ALL THE WAY Even Miss "T", barracks mascot, must he was up to. platforms to hold sets of the production
pass the dally room inspection. Mary Hanson, PNl, barracks mas-
"I'm minding business
my own -
ard Bordone, Richard Cave, which is scheduled to
ter-at-anns, insures that the bird has a clean cafe and plenty to "
Michael Petrullo, Alan Bean and eat. Miss "T" adorns the topside recreation room. I said the man, aggressively. open the night of Sept. 25, launch
Edward DeMartini, who will .. "Furthermore, I suggest you dothe ing the 1957-58 season.
serve as the "LSO" and who is 'I same. One more sound and 4 .
a @ )r !, Ij Iz t .: I'll knock head off." A force landed in
temporarily assigned to VA-44 to .:. : -, your Ua.S. Naval
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work with the fighting "Hornets" .'. : .... 'v' f : .. ..,..",' I With that, a little mouse lifted Panama, April 15, 1885, to protect
from VF-103. .:":. ." .....<.., '; :1.. American interests
'.. ::.:'.,, 'f i.f ....: ".' I his head out of the man's pocket, during un up-
'
Also aboard the ship for the '" / t '.
., : I eyed the bartender belligerently rising. .
cruise from Fighting VA-44 are : t. 1' ; through bloodshot eyes and

Harvey Gillingham, AOC; Abner f squeaked: "And that goes for :: :

Perry, ADC, John DeDeaux, i your cat, too!" ; '. ..
AEC; Joe Kenny, AD3; Scotty H ti '' r ';(i.'i. : <\\r" <"''iA ; ,"'1. : *} !}

Strunk, AN; Arnold Brown, AN; If f'.i CPO (at muster). 'Biown." '
John Laituri, AN; William Schu- -1 ,,'<.. /t., :: Voice: "Here." f sk K>i., c ; \t.t..J

kraft, AN; Chester Young, SN, r..,; 1 CPO: "I don't see ,Brown, who \
Gilbert Smith, AN; Edwin Hal- I I iI. 4 j J.r answered for him?" <,
derman, AN Joseph Allard, AN .
; : Voice: "I did; I thought you
Richard McBride, AN; John (il.. called my name." ,< t,
Godena; ,AN; Frederick Umar, ;' '''''' .
'>,.". CPO: "What is your name?:"
ADJ3 John Limberg, AN John ., .
; ; ii Voice: "Streplthowvinski."
Gunther, AN; Junior Williams, : t
'
AD2. r t. Medical Officer: "How is the 1
Also William Staley, AD2; .' j seaman who swallowed the half- ., f!
Merle AMI Stuart Car- w J
Snyder, ; dollar?
tol, AN; Norman Craft, AM3; Er- ; :: 4 Nurse: "No change yet, sir." '' JI I
\\n\ Gaden, AM2; Thomas Fitz *
gibbons, AM3; .Lesley Pierce, ... First Mother: "How did that ;
AT3; Robert Bulkeley, AT3; Ga- 4 ('iN9K.7.90W( i90f!iv:isvuvx .a.. .............n..n..... ... ... ; naughty little boy of :yours get > ydQ { ;i

ree Harrison, AE3; Don Blair, HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS Gladys "Happy" Norris, hurt?" a aT :,
AE3; Woodrow Buie, AK3; Harolc SKI, retires to her room with it's comfortable surroundings after Second Mother: "That good little -
a hectic day working in the NATTCenter
AN Dennis Gill AN shop stores. Waves are boy of
Kelly, ; ; yours hit him on the
allowed to furnish rooms with articles of own choosing: from their
James Gregor, AO3; Robert own funds. head with a rock."
Becker, A03; Elbert Fort, SN; .. -. -.
Delbert Garner, AA; Charles If all the automobiles In the
Rodis, SN; Eddie Downey, AN: Lightning Strikes Tranquilizer Ban world were placed end to end it
James Conti, AN Henry Isler would be a Sunday afternoon.
; Imposed By
Fuel Farm Army r
SD3, and Mack Lane, SD3. AgainThe 41-I
The "Hornets" will carry out The Army has grounded air- Iii diddle diddle, the cat and
people at the Navy Fuel the fiddle
Carrier Qualifications whjJe, plane pilots who use the new ,
Depot on Heckscher Drive are
He called the
tranquilizing drugs. sarge a goon,
aboard the Wasp.
beginning to belie the old
theory that lightning never The order, issued by Gen. Max- The MP's laughed to see such

Lone Star Stale Man strikes twice in the same place. well D. Taylor, Army Chief of sport Court Martial-tomorrow H
Staff
bars noon.
any pilot using the
Last Thursday lightning .
Earns AEB( ) HonorsElmer drugs from flying until four *
struck a fuel farm tank con- "My son wants to be a racing
weeks after he has
Mauldin, AEI, of Bryan, taining 80,000 barrels of jet them. stopped using motorist. What shall I do?"
Texas, was the honor student i in fuel at about 1040, setting fire "I wouldn't stand in his way..
last week's graduation at Aviation to the tank. Somewhat similar instructions, *

Electrician's Mate School Five minutes later, however, emphasizing that no drugs were Sailor: "Wheie will yo meet
Class B at NATTCenter. due to the alertness of the to be taken without the knowl- me tonight?"

Mauldin, who entered the Navy depot's fire department and edge of flight surgeons, were sent Girl: "Half-way..
'in August 1946, has been' orderedto auxiliary firefighters, the out to all commands by the Air *

the .Naval Training Publica- blaze was extinguished.This Force last month.Surgeon General's office Two brooms had a J little whisk

tions Center, Memphis, Tenn. same tank, No. 3, was broom, and they couldn'tv figure
struck by lightning under the 'Navy spokesmen commentedthat it out because they had never
The first enemy plane shot same conditions on Oct. 3,1955. Naval flight surgeons con- swept together. I STANDS TALL-Trim Bette
of
down In the Korean War was Personnel at the depot were stantly stressed the requirement Weber, Miss Correct Posture the

bagged June 27, 1050, by Air cited for bravery in puttingout that pilots, particularly jet pilot Next to a beautiful girl, sleep Importance Connecticut,of empha&lies correct posture
Force 1st Lt. William Hudson, remain constantly on the alert is calls attention
the blaze at that time. the most wonderful thing in for rood health. She
flying JJn F-82. but without drug! and stimulants the world to the motto: "Sit tall,
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: ': : Survey Reveals \ ':', ':: :r"'> ; f ,
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\ I I : miZLt Qualify As Emergencies :

f Procedures governing operation of the outpatient clinic 'I

at the Naval Air Station Dispensary are reemphasized as a
result of a recent survey of cases treated after hours when .
emergency treatment only is authorized. .
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I The showed that 25
survey only
has marked the clinic ever since f
percent of the dependents using it was first established
as a serve
; : #iM1 I the emergency service actually ice augmenting the Naval Hos
qualified as emergency cases. pital. .-
ACCORDING TO J. E.
I Capt.
BY CALLING in advance for
1 Fulghum, senior medical officer, I
appointments, patients avoid the
emergency cases are defined as t
long and irritating waiting peri
"those illnesses and
injuries ods they would otherwise incur. ;
which require immediate treat-,
Since the clinic is supplementary '
a ;
ment to save life or prevent per-
service only, it is necessarily
Y mn_____ ____ manent Impairment of health."
limited to treatment of minor
MUTUAL DEATH BENEFIT SOCIETY All others are expected to make
GROWING Newly elected Board of
Trustee membersof
ailments and and
the EmpI01t-es' Mutual Death Benefit Society hold a slim which denotes that the Society has advance appointments with the pediatric, nose
I reached a membership of 2,000. Left to right are Michael Gascon, Employee Relations Superinten- clinic, by calling extension 629 throat, and medical conditions .I
dent; trustees English Hilton, Supply Department; Rubye riper, Fiscal Department, representing during working hours, or they which do not require specialized
Miscellaneous ; Charles lIart, 0 & ft;
Group Department; Frank !McKinley, Public Works Department; treatment. .
call other facilities available
and Bryan Cornwall, 0 & R Department. may
r to them. It is not prepared to give specialized -

I The clinic is from 0800 to treatment required by
AntiSubmarineForce open
Co n,Jr. Morton New WEEKEND TIDE 1600 Monday through Friday. surgical, obstetrical, gynecological -

NATTC Chaplain HIGH LOW Within these periods the clinic is and orthopedic conditions.No .

Comdr. Frank R. Morton reported FormedAdmiral prepared to care for dependents appointments need be made
AM PM AM PM
aboard NATTCenter on suffering ,minor illnesses or injuries for those desiring polio immunization
July 11, and relieves Comdr. Jerauld Wright, CommanderinChid Fii.i 12:17: 12:59: 6:25: 6:59: or who require immuniza- shots. However, it is ad-

Marion O. Stephenson as senior of the U. S. Atlantic Sat. 1:05: 1:49: 7:15: 7:58: tions. The appointatiye system is visable to check beforehand on
chaplain. Fleet has announced that utilized in order to maintain the availability of Salk vaccine, it
Sun. 1:53: 2:45: 8:09: 8:59:
Comdr. Morton reported the task of reorganizing the fleet high degree of efficiency which was said.
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from Camp Lejeune, N. C., to provide better defense against
where he was regimental enemy submarines has been com-

chaplain for the 2nd'Marine pleted. Ex-Frogman Finds fax Shore Duty
Division. A new command, known as the I

Chaplain Stephenson, who Anti-Submarine Defense Force, 'Tame' After Daring UDT
reported aboard NATTCenterin U. S. Atlantic Fleet (ASDEFOR- Exploits"Welcome

December, 1954, detachedon LANT), commanded by Vice Ad-
July 16 and will miral Frank Watkins Marines. Agat
results ,
to
report ,
John E. Ingraham, GM1, then on The aqua-lung did not appearon
Commander Air Force, U. S. from the reorganization.The USO two blocks. Courtesy
China
sea duty off to volunteerfor the scene until later on. A
Atlantic Fleet, where he will command, which became UDT 4," Planted on a Guam UDT duty in 1948. slate was carried for marking

assume duties as Staff Chap effective July 1, has centralized beachhead by a Navy under- INGRAIIAM, now assigned as obstructions and depth of water

lain. authority for all antisubmarineefforts water demolition team priorto a diver with the NAS Jackson- found. Explosives and other

in defending the U. S. the actual landing of Ma- ville boat division, of Operations equipment were carried cs
Only 33 In New Class from attack through the Atlantic Department, had won several needed.
At Ensign SchoolThe Ocean area. This also includesthe rine assault troops in 1944, swimming awards in Tampa, Fla., With the onset of the Korean
dual purpose seaward exten- this sign has since been greatly was in A-l physical condition, conflict, UDT men found them
newest class at the AvIa- sion into the Atlantic of the con- publicized by movies and and restless in routine work. selves at Camp Pendleton, Calif.,

tion Ground Officers School at tinental radar early warning magazine articles telling of Those who aspire to this taking a four week's ju-jitsu

NATTCenter convened last Monday lines by electronic-packed ships the dating exploits of UDT rugged duty go through extensive course in preparation for an
and aircraft, according to Admiral training at UDT headquarters in' unusual joining of forces with
with the smallest)) class so far "frogmen" during
men or
Wrfght. Coronado, Calif., and Ingrahamsoon the First Marine Brigade Recon-
this year. World War II Pacific opera- found out why over 40% ofwould.b naissance Division.
In comparison to the first class Congress honored Capt. John tions. frogmen flunk out before KOREA IS A mountainous

this year, which had 256 students, Paul Jones and his crew, April Their charting of beach approaches I graduation. country, and consequently rail-
only 33 have reported for this 14, 1781, for services in the and finding and destroying CONTRARY to the "frogman" roads and highways closely follow -
session. American Revolution. underwater obstructions attire seen in movies, U. S. UDT the steep shoreline. Enemy
I
--- while under heavy enemy fire men went through WWII and supply lines could be greatly

Five Additional States Approve stirred the imagination of more most of the Korean action attired harassed by successful dynamit-

than one reader and prompted in shorts, face mask, and flippers ng of these areas by small am-
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Korean War Veterans BonusHere's parties.
While the Marines stood guard,
a brief rundown on the state bonus situation as H now UDT men would pack loads of
stands, according to the Air University's Contact Magazine. explosives into tunnels and under
Last November voters approved bonuses for Korea veterans in bridges and then set off the

Connecticut. Iowa, Ohio, Rhode Island and West Virginia. charges with long-delayed fuses.
Louisiana voted additional Trips inland were also under-
funds to pay off the remainderof Louisiana" (For Korea bonus taken if targets called for this
) Department of Veterans' Affairs -
the bonus for Korea veterans special technique.
P. O. Box 4215, Capitol Station -
INGRAIIAM
previously approved. The state was right in the.
Baton Rouge, La., and (for
also voted to pay bonuses to middle of this activity and can
Spanish-American War and WWII Spanish-American and WWII tell some hair-raising tales of
bonuses) Bonus Administrator,,
near discoveries
veterans. by
Payments range from enemy patrols
WWII Bonus Div., Old State Cap-
$50 and other
to $250, depending on the narrow escapes.
veteran's service. itol, Rm. 306, Baton Rouge, La. Fortunately he returned un-
Deadline-Jan. 1, 1959. scathed in 1952
FUNDS
FOR a K-bonus in i 1 i' and spent three
New Hampshire have been ex- Massachusetts Veterans' months at the Experimental

hausted. It is expected, however, Bonus Commission, 15 Ashburton Ordnance Disposal School at
additional funds will be providedby Pl., Boston 8, Mass. Indian Head, Md. learning how
the 1957 legislature.Legislative NEW IIAMI'SIIIRE-Adjutant\ yEl Y6 iw to disarm mines and torpedoes.

action is pending in General, State Military Reserva- Returning to Coronado, his primary !
'the general assemblies or legis- tion, Concord, N. H. job from then on was train.
latures in Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio Korean Conflict Com- ing other personnel, participating
North Dakota and Pennsylvania. pcnsation Fund, 293 E. Long St., in exhibitions for the Navy, and
(Members of the Armed Forces Columbus 15, Ohio. assisting to evaluate new types of
who believe they are entitled to Rhode Island Division of diving equipment and under-
one of the approved state bonuses Soldiers' Welfare, Dept. of Social water demolition charges and
should make application to the Welfare, Rm. 811, 40 Fountain St., techniques.
state concerned.) Providence, R. I. Although his physical appearance
Here are addresses and available Vermont Adjutant General, belies his age, 1960 will
deadline dates to which applications State Office Bldg., Montpelier, mark twenty years Navy service
should be mailed: for Ingraham. His Jacksonville
CONNECTICUT Bonus Div., Vt.Washington Division of Vet- tour will end in 1958, and when
State Treasurer's Office, State erans' Compensation, 114 N. Columbia asked what his plans were for the

I Capitol, Hartford, Conn. Olympia, Wash. DeadlineDec. remaining two years, he replied
Iowa Executive Secretary, 31, 1957. FROGMAN INGRAIIAM Equipped with aqualung, flippers in dedicated style, "I'm going to
Iowa Departmentof and face mask, John Ingraham, GMI, forms part of the NAB Jax and
Bonus Board, State Capitol, West Virginia try get back into UDT work
Boat Division diving team. When not being utilized for this purpose I
Des Moines, Iowa Deadline Dec. Veterans' Affairs, State Capi- he teaches swimmlnr and SCUBA equipment techniques to again it they'll have me. That'
31, IPEO.: tol, Charleston 1, W. Va. AFPS) Boat Dh"f'lon personnel ,, the best duty there !

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Skeetmen Run "" '.' : ". '
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Pair Of National MeetsThe .',; /1': .. ."\


Jax Navy skeet team, winning: with it's usual fine : -

consistency, recently added to a long string of victories by J l
copping titles in two national meets. t \.

The Jax Navy skeetmen coppedthe L'w.
Gauge Championship with phe-
a
Five Man Military Shoot and
nomenal 149x150 and the High i
High Service Military Team
Military Service Championship.
Championship in the Mid-South 9v.V. 'pdR
Open at Memphis, Tenn. He was runner-up in the .20 '

PRIOR TO this, the skeet aces Gauge firing with a 98x100 score.
had captured the High Service The Jax Navy team consists of

Military Team crown at the Bill Arthur of NATTCenter; Bill

Lordships Annual shoot in I Viering of NARTU; E. D. Voss, ;;; .

Bridgeport Conn. I VU-10; G. O. Boudreaux, $
They were 5 : S
runner-up team in the Five Man MARTD, and Pendergras.
:Military division. TilE SKEETMEN travel to _

Ken Pendergras, Jax Navy Reno, Nev., for the National :
skeet ace from VW-4, shared the Tourney, Aug. 412. Pendergras, 1t:

All-Gauge Championship in the current reigning champion, will

Lordships Annual, registering a defend his crown.It .
was in last year's Nationalsthat ....x _., ___ ..._.... ..
perfect 100x100 in the highly 'n" -"'"'''''''' --------

competitive shoot. the VW-4 sharp-shooter CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM The Jax Navy skeet team added many trophies to an already bulging
IN THE Mid-South tourney, cracked 100 straight targets, then, display case by copping the Five Man Military and High Service Military Team titles at the
in a shoot-off smashed another Mid-South Open at Memphis, Tenn. The clay-shooters also captured the High Service Military Team
Pendergras captured the AA All In Conn. Team members left to G. O.
175 in succession for amazing Championship at the Lordships Annual Bridgeport, are, right,
an Boudreaux, of MARTD; E. D. Voss, VU-10; Bill Vierinff, NARTU; Bill Arthur, NATTCenter, and Ken
275 straight bulls-eyes. Penderrras, of VW-4.
Pistol Meet


Mayport' Glynco Military Shooters
Held On NAS

JAX AIR SPORTS Join On DiamondMen's Aim For Annual

Match CourseThe
NEWS teams from Mayportand National MatchesSome

second meet of the year ; Glynco Navy combined to .
shooting the National Match f&t. defeat Pepsi-Cola, one of the 1,300 men from the 82nd

Course was held July 13 at the top local girls' softball teams, Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg,

NAS pistol range, firing both the : Female Robin Hood 9-5, at Jax: Beach Saturday N. C., will be moved soon to

.22 and .45 caliber pistols. night. Camp Perry, O., as a 'support de.
The turnout for the occasion The Mayport crew playedthe
tail for the National Rifle Asso-
doubled the number of entrantsin Sick Of Being Left Home first three frames with ciation's annual matches at the

comparison to the first match Glynco taking over in the Ohio site.Mission. .
held the of final four
indicating popularity innings.
of the detail
support
the meet. Joins Archer Katherine Cole Pepsi pitcher
Wife HubbyMany will be to establish communications -
Medal winners in Class A were hurling for the Navy com-
repair ranges and targets
T/Sgt. Nathaniel Pratt, MAD; V. bine,. got a triple for the
stories have been written about golf widows, fishing and fill all support assignments
Weaver, ET3, Fasron 51-A and widows and baseball widows, but never a word about archery longest hit of the night. ; during the matches.
Everett Walter, AGC, NATTCen- widows. The Navy battery was com-
Actual firing at the Ohio Na-
ter. posed of members of the Pepsi-
Mrs. Rose Weatherby fell into tional Guard Camp will be donein
Class B winners were M/Sgt. taking his turn before the targets. Cola roster. However, rest of
this latter class when husband three phases. First matches
Horace Abney, MAD; Cameron Besides being an expert archer, the squad was made up of
Bill, AEC, an instructor at Avia- will be the NRA pistol matches,
Paulk, GFC, NATTCenter; and Rose carried a nifty 159 averagein men.
tion Electrician's Mate School at Aug. 12-17, followed by the NRA
John Davis, ADI, NATTCenter.Class last season's NATTCenter Game was played to benefitthe
NATTCenter, was devoting muchof small bore rifle matches, Aug.
C winners included Guigno Wives often Randy Conley Fund.Crackerjax .
Bowling League,
his time to forming an archery 18-24, and the high power rifle
Carapellotti, AG1, NATTCenter; breaking into the 200 bracket.So .
club to be known as the Jax matches, Aug. 30-Sept. 10.
Ensign C. E. Gibson, VW-4, andJ.
N. Kilpatrick, GM2, NAS. Navy Freelance Bowhunters. ladies, if you find that widow you Gain W. II Mellon, of NAS Jax,

R. H. Rohreh, AN, VA-104 led AN ARCIIERY enthusiast from are becoming an archery Sixth Naval District rifle and

the Class D field, followed by M. way back, Bill was busy findinga contact Bill Weatherby at AE pistol champion, will be shooting
School and 'em! With
place for the getting join Split Tough in the meet as a member of the
Browne, AN, VA-104, and Lt. range
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George Thornton, NATTCenter.All equipment, setting up targets, !"Y" All-Navy squad.

personnel who wish to en- making arrows, and rounding up Eglin Eaglettes Shooting for an unprecedentedthird
ter these matches are welcometo people interest in his project. title'as National High Power -

do so. Notices of the time and Rose, meanwhile, was busy take The Jax Navy Crackerjax soft- Rifle Champion will be Lloyd

dates will be entered in the planof ing care of their three children. ball team gained a split with the Crow, member of the Army team.

the day prior to the match. Mrs. Weatherby retained her strong Eglin AFB Eaglettes last All-Star service aggregationshave

archery widow status up until a weekend in a two-game series at entered the National

year and a half ago when, actingon the West Florida site. Matches, competing against a

VP-18, AvFundIn the theory that if you can't Carolyn Johnson's booming host of top civilian sharpshooters.

beat 'em, join 'em, she too became triple with a runner on in the 4 >

Keg PlayoffThe interested in the popular seventh inning gave the Cracker. ComFair Softball
Since that time she has become
sport.
the to
best from Mainside and jax run necessary cop a
NATTCenter Intramural I one of the,better archers in Ikbss 5-4 first-game victory. Meet Scheduled
the Jacksonville
leagues meet for the All-Sta- area. The run made the score 5-2,
.TIIROUGII THE of her The 1957 ComFairJax Softball
tutoring but the
tion bowling title Aug. 1 at the Eaglettes produced a
Mainside Alleys, at 1830. husband, Rose showed the nat- rally .which fell one run short. Tournament will begin July 29

The match will be best of ural ability of a good archer, and Judy Bozman took the win, Janet and all units interested should

five with the winner carrying soon began entering tournamentsand Mills was loser. contact the ComFairJax person
taking her share of trophies. nel officer by July 24-
away the coveted Station Eglin took the second game,
championship silver. Today she has in her collectionten 6-0, as Mills limited Jax Navy to Team representatives will meet

Aviation Fundamentals first place trophies, pjus numerous j ti.S five hits, three of them in the July 29 in Room 118, Building. 1

School will represent NATT- second, third and fourth sixth frame. at NAS Jax.

.. Center. Mainside standard place honors.In Sophie Sayatovich singled with Teams taking part will share

bearer will be VP-18. competition, Rose Weatherbyuses one away but was forced on expenses. Units outside Jax area!

The AvFund crew set a new a bow with a 48 pound pull, Ruth Bradshaw's bingle. Shirley may report TAD to FAU Com

intramural record in recent which is quite heavy for women Hanson pushed Bradshaw to sec FairJax by July 29.NOTICE.
.
Center competition, sweeping archers. ond with a line single but both .

through unbeaten in 56 games. HER SON, Steve, a 10-year-old runners died on the sacks. !

junior archer, is probably one of Bozman allowed only five hits Trophies will be presented to

Stair, Wichman Share his mother's most ardent followers also but wildness played a big Softball, Golf,. Swimming and
gaining from her o part in producing Eglin's'halt-a-
knowledge S S Bowling championship teams in
AE School Honors I
that greatly assists him when dozen counters.In Mainside intramural 11es, July
Ernest Stair, AEIAN, of Cedar 4 City League action last week, 19, in the Conference Room in
Ridge, Calif., and Glen Wichman, Pete Gushanas Snares the Crackerjax outlasted Pru- Building 1.President.

AEMAN, of Clarinda, la, shared Blind Bogey VictoryPete dential, 12-11. Hanson's home run .
top honors in last week's gradua- in the final inning propelled Jax Truman signed the
tion at Aviation Electrician'sMate Gushanas won last weeks' Navy to the win. Armed Forces Unification Act
School Class A at NATT blind bogey at the NAS Jax Golf ACE ARCHER Mrs. Rose The Crackerjax and.NAS Civilians July 26, 1947.
Weatherby member of the Jax
with 89 minus 9 hand! .
Center. t course, an Nary Freelance Bowhunters, meet in a league fray
Stair will report to VP-46, cap for a net 80. beams happily while displaying July 22 at St. Nicholas Park. The The refrigerating system in a

North Island, San Diego Calif. Comdr. Jack Grayson waS second the trophies she captured the Civilians, inactive since early this modern jet fighter must have a
Invitational shoot
Wichman will report to Fasron 5, shooting an 85. With handicap recent by the St. Johns sponsored Bow- month, hold an 0-4 mark in sec freezing capacity sufficient to

NAS, Oceana, Virginia Beach, Va.R he had a net 70. men. ond-half play. produce 176,000 ice cubes a day..1. .

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AFPS SPORTS Pensacola Rules Roost In




RoundupInterservice ( .La.{ns ., 6ND Baseball League -

golf play, slated

for Parris Island, S. C;, Aug. 21- The Pensacola Goshawks dumped the Jax Navy Fliers three

24, should be a links donnybrookand times over the weekend, just about pocketing the Sixth Naval District -
an all-services battle for the
Baseball crown.
title if the Army's Mason Rudolph
and the Air Force's Hillman Jax Navy fell, 12-0, in the first a four-run second inning.
12-4 in the last and put
Robbins, both named to the game, up Brian Hussey held the Goshawks -
somewhat of in the
a struggle
U S. Walker Cup squad, hook up M1 to one hit in the next six
sandwiched contest, losing 6.5 in
with the Navy's Don Collett, recent innings, and the offense rewarded
ten innings.
winner of the San Diego him with a single tally in the

County Open with a blazing five- PENSACOLA is in league com- sixth and two more in the

under-par 283. mand with a perfect 6-0 mark. seventh to go out in front, 54.
The Fliers, along with Memphis,
The mark of 564 shot by G. P. PENSACOLA CAME abreast in
are out of the title picture.
Defino in the All-Navy Rifle and the eighth inning, and when both

Pistol Matches was a new Navy Friday, Tom Yankus racked up teams failed to score in the ninth,

pistol record Juan lIe nandel, i the Fliers with a pretty four-hit the game was forced into extra
shutout. His mates backed theme
co-holder of, the All-Army and Innings.
with elevenhit
performance an
Inter-service doubles tennis The Goshawks got to the tiring
PAY-OFF SMASH Shirley Hanson, Crackerjax infielder, twelve run barrage.
championships last has won for In the tenthon
year ilussey one run
gets the wood on one of Prudential hurler Chris Norris' slants fora
the bars of a second lieutenant. home run to win a recent City League encounter, 1211. The win Frank Jankunis, in his last appearance -i back to back doubles by Scholl

San Diego MCRD's' Arthur Me- helped Jax Navy's lassies to maintain their hold on third place In with the Fliers, got the and B'rannock. That was it for

t Kinlay will represent the U. S. in the loop race The Crackerjax fare the NAS Civilians" Monday at loss. Pensacola tagged him for the Fliers.
the European Rowing Champion- St. Nicholas Park. (See story on page $.) nine hits and nine runs in six
The early innings of Sundays'game
ships in Germany Aug. 30 to innings. lIe fanned seven and were a bit deceiving. The

Sept. 2. The Marine oarsman Golfers Scramble For walked two. He's one and one in Goshawks tallied in the first'rame
league play after having_shutout
,
teams with his twin brother, scoring three runs The

John, stationed at Camp Le- Memphis. Fliers seemed to have intentionsof

jeune, and will compete in the 6ND Tourney BerthsGolfers RUSS BOUXSEIN relieved him that sort, too. John Allton led

national and Henley rowing I in the seventh and was promptly off with a base hit, and both Bob

meets before going to Europe. I jumped on for three runs in an Wright and Jankunis followed
at NAS Jax will take to the Station greensward
Texas Christian returns to the inning. marked by three Fliers suit, but all three were stranded.IN .
in at qualifying for a
Saturday through Monday attempts
Ohio State football schedule this errors. After that, Bouxsein retired -
berth in the Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament due here, THE .NEXT frame, Wright,
the Goshawks single
on a
year for the opener after a 20- with charlie
July 29-Auirust 1. playing a severe
year absence. The Buckeyes beat h't; horse, stepped to the plate with

Sammy Baugh and company in Personnel from NATTCenterand and winner of many titles in recent It appeared for a while that I the sacks full and pounded one

1937, 14-0. Mainside, including some years, will not be on hand Jax Navy had come to life Sat- some 350 feet over the right field

The new Scoreboard at Crosley from fleet units, will be shootingfor however, urday. Pensacola rushed off to a fence putting Jax Navy in com-

Field, home of the Cincinnati four berths each. 'Big Bill" will be competing in 4-0 lead in the first two innings, mand 43. Wright before he was

Redlegs, geared to show a maxi- TWO OR three golfers from the the National Public Links Tour- but the Fliers bounded back with lifted in the ninth, went four for

mum of 19 runs and 19 hits, has Naval Hospital are expected to nament at Hershey Park, Pa., five including the first grand

already run out of numbers enter qualifying for four berths same time as the Sixth Naval Macon To Invade slam home run Flier! fans have

twice. First the Reds beat the from that command. District event. seen in many a moon.

Cubs 22.2 and then the Giants Four places from each command I Some linksters who should fare That proved to be the only

came into'town to paste the Reds are also open in Women's well in this weekend's qualifications Braves BailiwickThe bright spot of the day as Pensa

17-7 on 20 hits. competition while two berths are include Bob Taylor, Dave cola let loose with another bar- .

NBC-TV has a weekly treat for to be contested in each commandfor Bruce, Lew Chaff and other Jacksonville Braves move rage. Four Jax pitchers paradedto

sports fans this summer on Fri- the Senior's division. members of the Jax Navy var- home for an overnight stop be- the mound in the 12-4 onslaught
fore the Sally League All Star
day nights with "The Big Moment
Qualifying in the Men's Open sity. ,
Game, battling Macon's Dodgersin
a roundup of dramatic
category will be conducted over Tom Yankus got the win in re-
and a three-game series tomorrow
exciting events in
sports
36 holes Women and Seniors will lief. It his second Jax
was against
history from film files NA TrC Diamond through Sunday at the new bal
travel the 18 hole route. park. Navy in the series, and he now
San Diego MCRD's lanky Earl
the Station's better holds a perfect 3-0 mark in
MOST OF
Wilson has thrown two successive Picture ClearsFinal The annual loop dream game
no-hitters at the San Diego golfers are expected to vie for will be played Monday night at league competition.
in the division. Bill plans will be made forth
berths Open
NTC sailor nine.It Augusta, Ga. Three Braves have
Scarbrough, former champion annual All-Station Softball been named to the All-Star
was Old Pappy Day at Yan- DISTRICT DOPE
followinga
kee Stadium recently with Cl veland's Championship game squad
Early horns Golf Lessons Set play-off to be held today to Macon series CNU bliBdlifl
Wynn locking decide NATTCenter's Following the no Tram VT 1.Prnsnrola .
with New York's Tommy Byrne, repre- baseball will be played at the Navy (>
For Center MenThe sentative in the "sparkle" JHX Navy | 4
a pair of 37-year-young pitchers. local park until the leagueleading Memphis Navy 1 5

Wynn had plently of stuff left in NATTCenter Special Serv- game. Augusta Tigers move in for a

his wing and handed the Bombers ices department announced last Aviation Electrician's Mate three-game stand, July 2729.

their first shutout of the week that all interested person School and Aviation Ground The Braves, shooting for a .500 Knabb Hurls

year with a 2-0 four-hitter. nel will be able to get free golf] Officers School were set for AE a mark at this writing, were in the

Thundering noises heard June by NAS pro Jack showdown contest today. I, midst of a hot streak and were
lessons, given second-half All-Stars To
26 were the bats of the National School won the climbing close to that mark :
Harvey. while AGO
League fence-busters. In five championship early this week.
These lessons will be availableat laurels in the
first-half
games, senior loop teams scored copped All night games at the Braves 1-0 VictoryFireballer
the driving range on Tuesday,
90 runs, belted 129 hits and ex- NATTCenter split season. park begin at 2000, double billsat
between the hours of 16301730.The VP-18 is Mainside titleholder -
ploded for 20 homes 1830 with Sunday contests
runs. lessons will be for NATT- Bob Knabb of VP-10
v v starting at 1500.
only. pitched an excellent two-hit
Center personnel
Soldier Posts Claim shutout in propelling the City

;': :: ; : League All-Stars to a 1-0 win
t
As Situp ChampionThe : over the Southside Bombers Sat
F; IRd b
56th Field Artillery Batal- ; urday at Lackawanna Park.

lion, based at Nurnberg, Ger- The crafty Knabb, putting a lot ..

many, has posted a 19-year-old ,, .,. .' of English on an already blazing
private first class as the world delivery, outpitched Bomber ace,

champion in situps. s 4 v Phil Moore, who issued only
; J rC
Their claimant reeled off 2,100 ; three hits in the tight hurling ? ]

consecutive situps in 92 minutes, + C duel.

with only a 30 second pause to ,,, t r \ 'frll Y/r4: This was the second game of a 1

remove his sweatshirt. > I doubleheader, the Bombers hav- i
j
Stopping at 2,100 only becausehe ,,. .5 / ing won the opener by a 1-0 score. ]

wanted to double the output of : Knabb was chosen as a member -

another man in the unit who had of the All-Star team off his 1

done 1,000, the champ said he fine performance in City League j

"wasn't tired and could have 4 x ,< play to date. }

gone on." M Knabb is pitching for NATT- <

Any claims from here? yM 1 Center in City League play <

Pitching for VP-16 in Mainside

League competition earlier this

Jankunis LeavesFrank season, Knabb pinned the only 1

loss of the year on arch-rival VP-
Jankunis,' ex-Jax Navy
18.i .
hurler recently discharged from .
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the Marines is making the cur- TOP DOGS AT MAINSIDE VP-18 won Its second Intramural sports title of the current season A Navy Viking rocket reachedan
Mainside bunting with 14-1 record. The
the a
the Patrolmen' Softball team copped
rent the Jax when
road with recently
trip of 51 and one-half
I for the coming fame with the NATTCenter titlist for the All-Station crown. altitude
Braves and hopes to sign with the tam Is now practicing Ed Brown Bill Peoples, Cal Ford, Ran Russell and of
VP-18'g roster Include, front row, (left to right) miles and a speed 2,250 mph
Milwaukee"chain.. It is expectedhe'll Dick Docksdater. Middle row, Bob Cunningham, Bill Hays, RUM Cummings and Don Wolkendorker. at White Sands Proving Ground,
go to Nebraska in a class D Rear, Ed Horton and Bob Sherrill. Missing when picture was taken were Wendell Knoll, Jim Brown, NM.May 3 1949.
,
rookie league. Roger Mayo, Ed Gallagher, Ed Gra&see and Chuck Gehran. Batboy I is 'Ed Floyd






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(The Jax Air Newt It prohibited

(This Is the first in a serieson heat. Heat cramps are caused Heavy exertion in abnor- Avoid over-fatigue. Bathe dally by Defense Department regulations
from commercial
hints for better and safer by excessive loss of salt from1\ mally high temperatures and get plenty of sleep. advertising. Ads lifting in this column

hot weather living, through the system through perspiration engine rooms, foundries, steel 3. Replace body salt lost
limited to
are housing
courtesy o/ the National Safety and are identified by mills, bakeries and laundries, through excessive perspirationby for rent
and sale, rooms, lost, found, and
Council.) cramps in the abdomen and for example may cause heat salting your food or taking {
m ce1laneou.. No ads are taken
Excessive heat takes more in arm and leg muscles. sickness. salt when ;you take' a drink of
by phone alt must be submitted
than four times as many lives Heat exhaustion which Most susceptible to heat water.
personally or by mail. The Jar
annually as excessive cold. doesn't always accompany heat sickness are persons not usedto First aid for heat exhaustion Air
Newt reserves the right to
More persons die each year cramps has these symptoms: high temperatures, those in should include these points: edit all ads.)
from too much heat than from paleness, chills, dizziness, abnormal poor health or previous suf- 1. Remove the victim to circulating '
accidental electrocution. sweating, nausea, rapid ferers from it. Heres how it air. For Rent

THOSE ARE facts on ex- and weak pulse, weakness, be can be prevented: 2. Keep him lying down. Apply 3-Bdrm. Unfurn. Home. 1070 In-

cessive heat presented by the low-normal temperature and 1. AVOID alcohol and ice blankets, over and under gleside Ave. EV-7-4573/EV-8-

National Safety Council. skin either hot or cold and water. Instead drink cool water him. 3219. Ives.

Heat cramps and heat exhaustion clammy. and citrus fruit juices. Eat 3. If he's conscious give him 3-Bdrm. use 4636 Cates Ave.

results of exces- UNCONSCIOUSNESS and vegetables and easytodigestfoods. warm liquids to drink also Avail. Immediately.

sive heat come from over- possible death may result in salted water (a teaspOonful to 2-Bdrm. Brick Duplex. Furn. 2229

exposure to sun or intense severe cases, the Council said. 2. Wear light, loose clothing. a pint.) College St. Flory. -
1-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. 5934 Wescon-

nett Blvd. EV86362.
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Up The For Sale
3-Bdrm. CBS Hse. 5035 Shirley

St. (Lake Shore).
LADDERWith 3-Bdrm. Hse. $700 Equity. EV-8.

4563. See anytime.

CiviliansOn 3-Bdrm. Hse. 7315, Pineville Dr.
1 4.
the promotion roster effec (Ortega Hills) GI equity.

tive June 10, 16 and 17, were 32 $76,50 Mo. EV-4-2379. Capt.
Thursday, July 18 Join your Hitt.
employees, one each from Overhaul
buddies at USO. i and Repair and Public 3-Bdrm. Home. $1500 equity $45

Friday, July 19 Jacksonville Works Departments, seven from Mo. EV71323. Houghtaling.

Beach Community Center, Orchestra I4 Miscellaneous, and 23 from Sup- Miscellaneous
Dance. Admission free. ply Department. Wanted: Ride from Jax Bch to

2000. : Promoted at Supply Depart NAS.' Hrs. 0730-1600. Ext-728.

July 20 Saturday ment were William Blair, ware- Sgt. Williams.
Saturday -
Party _.,_,_ ,___ ,,_ __ _nnnn houseman second step to stock- Wanted: Swap with AD3 who has

FUTURE APLANEThree of America's top scientists suggest man first step; Lena Beck, property completed sea duty reqs. Swap
Sunday, July 21 10 a.m. a removable nuclear power plant, which can be replaced on and supply clerk GS-4 to from Anacostia to NAS Jax,
Free morning coffee. Club closed nuclear aircraft of the future. With the danger of contaminating and Moschella, AD3/USS Carrituck
1045 to 1230 to allow you to attend "clinkers" building up in the reactor, they suggest a removable property supply supervisorGS5 (AV-7))) FPO, N. Y.
church of choice. 1730. power capsule as shown, left, In artist's conception. The crew ; James Burch, general sup-
your quarters, upper right, would form portion of the tail section of ply clerk GS-3 to packer second Wanted: Ride from 331 E. For-
Vesper Time. Refreshments pro the In an emergency, It could detach itself from the plane step; Harry Colic, warehousemanthird syth St. to NAS Bldg. 898. Hrs.
vided by Jewish Temple Sister- and glide to a safe landing step to stockman second 07251555. Ext-446/447. Jones
hood. 2000. movie, "Air Cadet." .
step; James Cox, Jr., warehouseman 1
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- Drivers Reminded To First Editor third step to stockman sec- Station Fares
day July 22-24 Come and en-
-
ond step; Jerome Cowart, warehouseman
Down AccidentsA
Parties Keep (Continued from Pare 1)
USO facilities singing
joy : -
second step to head (Continued from Page 1))
lie
taking the base
recent NAS Jax Notice over paper.
dances
TV
games, room, ,
p stockman first step Walter Duncan .
finally ended aboard the ; quest for funds providing for
showers, snack bar. Housing bureau ((5560)) admonished drivers to up oue
Third Fleet. warehouseman second stepto had been made.
USS Essex with the
be especially careful duringthe
mending and pressing, stockman first step.
check room service, shaving peak traffic hours in an Now general manager and The Station also participated in
equipment, writing desks and effort to keep down the number owner of radio station WIRC in James LaMon, stockman third Saturday's "Operation Dunkirk,"
stationery. of traffic accidents caused Hickory, N. C., Smith said: "The step to head stockman first step; a simulated evacuation by boat

by excessive speed, weaving in Jax Air News is a real fine Champneys Little, warehouseman from the city parking lot, by dis-
and out of lanes and following newspaper today, just as it was second step to stockman first step; patching a crash boat equipped

National ReunionSet other vehicles too closely. then." Fred Mansell, general supply with loud speaker system.

Quoting pertinent excerpts clerk GS-3 to packer first step; MILITARY participation in the
One girl to another: "Who was Robert Mills, warehouseman,third
from the Station Traffic Regu 'North Florida area was observedby
For Waves lations, NAS Jax Inst. 5560.6A, the man I saw you out-wit last step to stockman second step; representatives here from

the Notice pointed out that night?" Samuel Mott, warehousemanthird 'ComSix and Atlantic Fleet com-

15th AnniversaryMildred each of these practices con- step to stockman second mands. Communications were
step; Felmet Padgett; liquid fuels
stitutes a violation of a traffic good throughout, as was the co
McAfee Horton, wartime regulation and they are inherently II gauger third step to liquid fuels ordination between military and

Director of the Waves, has dangerous and per- r fa 1 k pump operator third step; William civilian defense forces.

invited all present and former sons guilty of violations dem- I Phillips, leadingman stock- But several lessons were
Waves living in the Jacksonville man third step to supervisory
onstrate "a wanton disregardfor learned from the operation whichan
area to a garden party July 27 at the safety of persons and general supply assistant GS-8; NAS spokesman has revealedas

her home at the Deanery of Harvard property." Afton Rawls, warehouseman third : 1, a common terminology for
step to stockman second step;
Divinity School, Cambridge, evacuation and air-raid warning
Arthur Roberts, warehousemanthird
Massachusetts. between military and civilian installations
to stockman second
The gathering will be one of Air Force step must be established;
the highlights planned for the ? step; Ernest Rodcrigas, liquid 2, the need of a warning signal
(Continued from Page 1)) fuels gauger third step to liquid '
National Reunion of Waves slated system at the Station is acute and
for Boston July 26-28 on the occasion of five officers and'145 men. fuels pump operator third step. must be installed; and 3, any

of their 15th Anniversary. ALLOCATED TEMPORARY Peter Smith, laborer third stepto evacuation from NAS Jax by

Other activities at the Waves office space in Building 912, r'4 high lift truck operator third both civil and military forces

Reunion will include a gala ban- Major Riley will spend the time a step; Peter Stepian, warehouseman south of the city, must be coordinated -
quet July 27 at the Boston Statler until the building is completed fOii second step to stockman first between officials of
sometime this fall in setting i 4rft % step; Catherine Stillman, property
Hotel at which lIon. Thomas S. I up ,kr Duval and Clay Counties and
Gates, Jr., Secretary of the Navy, : organization of the squadron, a-c'( AiYa disposal clerk GS-4 to super- Station officials
will deliver an address. procuring the necessary electronics visory property disposal clerk

and equipment, and ordering sup GS-5; Pringle Thomas, laborer tions Dept.; Doris McAninch,
All
ex-Waves
present as
third step to high life truck
oper- GS-2
clerk-typist fiscal dept., to
well Yeomanettes of WWI
as plies.When
may obtain reunion reservation in full operation, the ator third step; AnthonyToffiloi,, clerk-typist GS-3 fiscal dept.;

blanks by writing to the National squadron will control interception warehouseman second step 'to Alice Gregory, time'and leave
stockman first and
Waves 'Reunion Committee, 495 of all unknown aircraft step; Ralph clerk GS-3 fiscal dept., to time,
penetrating the Atlantic and Vertner, warehouseman second leave and payroll clerk GS-4 fiscal
Summer St., Boston 10, Mass. to stickman first I'
-- 4S Eastern Air Defense Indentification step step. dept.; Marjorie Stacy, clerk-
Zones within the squadron's Advanced at 0 & R was Eddie I typist GS-3 administration dept.,

Annual Chest sub-sector, or geographical boun- Walker, aircraft cleaner third to clerk: (typing) GS-4 adminis-

daries, monitoring surveillanceand step to sandblaster second step,, tration dept.; Rose Griggs, clerk-
(Continued from Page 1) identification. and promoted at Public Works typist GS-2 administration dept.,

cess, with all abnormal findings Originally, the Civil Aeronautics Department was Murl Creasy, to clerk-typist GS-3 administration
carefully studied and followed up Administration planned to electrician third step to head electrician dept; and Charles' Price,

with modern treatment, officials occupy part of the Center, but third step. property and supply clerk GS-3
said. Skin-testing techniques, and changed its mind several months Promotions in Miscellaneouswere supply dpt, to position classifier

use of streptomycin, has resultedin ago and is now erecting a con- Hugh Bruce, supervisoryclerk GSi i industrial relations dept.
a sharp drop in the TB mortal- .7 GS-5 Operations Dept. to .
trol center of its own at Imeson -------
ity curve. supervisory administrative'assist, The engines of a new U. S. jet
Airport in Jacksonville. INVITING Pat Crowley,
With the addition of isoniazid 4 billed as a cactus culls from ant GS-7 Operations Dept.; Mary bomber, flying at only 373 milesan
Sin Antonio, Texas, is issuing Smith, general accounting clerk hour, develop 'more horsepower
and other drugs such as pyr ina- On May 8, 1937, the German .
an Invitation to visit the Alamo GS-3 Public Works )Dept., to fis 'than 400 autoinobiles'of
mide, even further declines are dIrigIble' Hindenberg' explodedand City, where there are still other
;
anticipated. burned at Lakehurst, N J prttty girls. cal accounting clerk GS-4 Opera 200 horsepower each.



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