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 24, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (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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I :Minimum Standard Set For Honorable Discharges I.I I I.

The Navy has lowered the minmimum personnel must now have a min- charge. provided an average of 3.0 in honorable discharge.

standards for giving hon- imum final average of 2.7 (as In addition, personnel must military is maintained for the Commanding officers may submit II'
orable discharges under its have conviction to the Chief of Naval Personnel
new no by general -
compared to the former averageof last 24 months of active duty, the
enlisted performance evaluation court-martial or no more than! a request for an honorable
system, according to The Navy 3.0)) and an average of not less one conviction by special court- Navy will disregard the provi- discharge even though the indi-

Times. than 3.0 in military behavior, in martial. sions relative to court-martial. vidual does not meet these requirements -

The new ruling provides that order to win an honorable dis For the first enlistment only, convictions as qualifiers for an. .

Lm WfflJtiiiS House Ponders Expansion Body NX ,

The fate of service exchange -
VOL-15 No. 16 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla 25 July 1957 expansion, to include

stocking seven new items and

---'r .it First A3D increasing the quality rangeon
13 others, will be decidedsoon

by a House subcommittee.

Due O&R The subcommittee has been

holding hearings for,a week or

Next Week more.
The four new items to be

I decided are coats .
upon sport ,
Two new overhaul and interim
tires and batteries, children's
rework programs, slated for NAS
clothing and baby furniture.
Jax Overhaul and Repair Depart-
Also to be decided is
upon a
ment starting with the third
proposal to extend credit on a
quarter of fiscal 1958, received
> trial basis.
ab added impetus this week with

ry word that the first A3D heavy attack Retail groups, meanwhile,
t Q bomber will arrive for induction voice their usual theme that

between July 29 and the credit plan, like other ex-

jLfl I Aug. 1.The change expansion, would injure -

A3D Sky Warrior, largest free enterprise, hurt the
I ___ national economy, cut incometax
and most powerful aircraft now
$ revenue and cut income of
built, and the F4D Skyray will
the retailer.
replace the S2F and F8U aircraftin

i O& R's workload.

dt Transfer of the S2F interim rework -

program to NAS Pensacolaand Hope Fading For

FLEET GREETS ROYALTY Carrier Air Group One, composed of many Jax area-based squadrons of the F8U program to NAS
returned this week from a six-month Mediterranean cruise aboard one of the Navy's newest Norfolk will take place duringthe
I and largest carriers, the USS Forrestal. In addition to participation hi extensive operations, the air Congress OK
group was privileged to be observed by many dignitaries. Included among these were Princess Grace fourth quarter of fiscal 1958.
and Prince Rainier of Monaco, pictured above. The royal couple is flanked by Vice Adm. Drown, Early arrival of the A3D indicates Of Cordiner
(left) and Rear Adm. Murr E. Arnold as they board the Forrestal. growing awareness of the Plan

Aboard USS ForrestalAir advantages in utilizing the local Except for the term retention

NEW EMERGENCY I facility for servicing these rela- contracts for officers, the Cor-

RATES ANNOUNCEDFive tively new 'Jets whose East Coast diner pay bill appears to be a
operations are conducted whollyin dead duck.
new emergency service Jax Units Back From
this area at the present time.
rates have been set up by Bu- Taking a cue from the Presi
Two Jacksonville based squad-
Pers to ease the burden of air dent and Budget Bureau, Defense
rons VAH-1 and VAII-3 -
controlmen and parachute rig- Secretary Charles E. Wilson
Sixth Fleet ManeuversCarrier and one Sanford based squadron,
gers trying to prepare themselves are equipped with the swept turned thumbs down on all other
for promotion to second provisions of the bill.

class petty officers, accordingto Air Group One returned home on July 22-23 wing, two-engine jets load which than AT TilE SAME time, Senator

The Navy Times. after six months of activity with the powerful U. S. Sixth .carry other a greater known striking aircraft of its John Stennis (D. Miss.), chair-
The five new ESRs are Fleet aboard the USS Forrestal. size. man of a subcommittee which has

ACW2 air controlman W In addition to being the first been considering the measure,
V AIlfirst! to deploy the
time. This is thought to be the
(early warning); ACR2 air air group to deploy on one of theNavy's A3D's returned Monday follow said passage of the bill this sea
highest for air duringa
any group
controlman Rradar( ) ACT2 "
largest and newest car- son "is unthinkable.
six-months cruise in the
ing a
month Mediterranean de
air controlman T (tower); riers, it was also the first groupto Mediterranean aboard the carrier A watered-down version of the<'
PRS2 parachute rigger S deploy two new types of car- USS Forrestal. Cordiner proficiency pay recommendation
(survivalman) and PRM2 Carrier Air Group One was
rier aircraft. Among the group's Much satisfaction over the assignment which would pay
parachute rigger M (maintenance planes were the all weather commanded by Comdr John Hill of the A3D and F4D certain enlisted technicians from

). fighter F3H-2N Demon and the until June, when he was relievedby to the NAS Jax 0 and R Depart- $12 to $35, and possibly $50 morea

The ACW2 rate was achievedon heavy attack bomber A3D Sky- Comdr. William Bryan of ment has been expressed by offi- months, has not yet been

July 1, while the others warrior. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) cials of the Department who have launched and still awaits needed
will be activated Nov. 16
on ,
TilE SQUADRONS of Carrier worked hard toward this end. funds.
1957. Air Group One returned here WEEKEND TIDE Their sucess in achieving the two FURTHER PROOF that the Defense

after having made an impressive HIGH LOW overhaul programs provides a Department has written off

record aboard the most powerfulunit AM PM AM PM ready means of Fleet support as the Cordiner proposals is seen in

Chiefs Host' of the important Sixth Fleet. Fri 6:50: 7:21: 12:40: 12:47: well as opportunity to developthe the dismissal of the joint-service

When the Forrestal was rushedto Sat. 7:45: 8:12: 1:30: 1:40: overhaul techniques requiredfor "Cordiner Task Force."

the Eastern Mediterraneanarea Sun. 8:37: 9:03: 2:19: 2:34: such support. This group, formerly known as!
Duly EarnsCommendatioIJ during the Jordan crisis in Defense's "Career Incentive Task

April, the planes of Air Group Force," successfully pushed such

One formed the nucleus of the important career legislation ai

Forrestal's powerful attack po dependent medicare and augmen-
During a brief ceremony Fri tential.In tation, but has now dwindled to
day, July 12, David M Thompson only two
addition to regular parti- persons, according to a
ADC, of NAS Jax was citedat Ak 4t Navy Times
cipation in extensive air opera- report.
meritorious mast for outstanding .
with both U. S. and NATO
performance of duty by forces the air FRA '
group was priv- Branch 98 To
Comdr. Robert II. Smith, acting w
ileged to have its air operations
commanding officer of NAS Jax. Hold Chicken
observed by many high ranking Fry
The citation was pertinent to
dignitaries. Branch 08 of the Fleet Reserve
the 12th Annual Explorer Scout
among were Association will feature one of
Rendezvous: held aboard the Sta President Chamoun of Lebanon '" .* f
i.- \. their famous Chicken and Fish
; "
tion, June 9 through 14. His Royal Highness Prince Rain- ;: .\ IJ' Fry combination events at the

It read in part: "As chief petty ier and Princess Grace of Monaco, ; '.t. -"" ,.,.. clubhouse on Saturday, July 27,
r 'M-.....
officer in charge of conductingthis His Imperial Majesty the Shah of '1.. 't- at 1800.

rendezvous, your performanceof Iran, His Highness the Crown <' \ "'__'._' _-. ...,' C, A 11 members of any FRA .
duty as representative of the Prince Moulay Hassan of Morocco <'.' :. ',. "" i'. branch are urged to attend and .

commanding officer was outstand- Prime Minister Menderes of .4 r\ I '.d' I' bring their family and guests.

this period dis and .. .. ,
ing. During you Turkey the Chief of Naval r Chicken will be $1.00 per plate,

played outstanding interest and Operations, Admiral Arleigh A. IN READY BOOM One of the most Important behind the and fish 75c.
industry by taking positive action Burke. scenes functions of an alert, ready-for-actlon squadron Is the ready The Branch 98 clubhouse is I
to insure that the exacting Air group pilots flew a total room. Looking over the ready room of Attack Squadron 41 is Lcdr. located on Highway 19 between
.. time-table of the rendezvous was of :5,692 sorties and amassed a James Homyak, (right) new executive officer of the Hornets. Green Cove
Springs and the Na.
With him is Comdr. John Shuff, (left) whom Lcdr. Homyitk is
(Please turn to Pace 8. Col. 2) total of 12,264 hours of flight relieving, and Comdr. Tommy Sedell I, commanding officer. vat Station.New .

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Pago 2 JAX July 1957I

I I w VFP42,; ;iig6'J VW-4 Report Area Squadrons ,I IVFP.GZ

1 Published I every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
$tation. Jacksonville, Horlda. :
NAB, J tli.BilUCVnodr made to Comdr. Martin P. Mc- United States : "-----
Robert IT Smith ................_............................._......_? Commanding Officer as welyl as the
Comdr. 1. U. Williamson\ ..?._.............._..............?............?_____., Executive Officer I Two detachments departed the Nair last week by Comdr. Robert United Kingdom and proved
Fleet Air cUonvlU H. Smith, acting commanding of- be' very successful. t to
Rear Adm. Wendell G Switzer __........_.__._._-.__, .... Commander squadron recently.
,. Chief of Staff ficer of NAS Jax.
Capt.; : S. S. Scarcy, Jr. Detachment 33-57, with Lcdr. Approximately 150 flight

Sidney I S Lawrence Fleet Air Wing Etevt ,,?.... Commander Ray De Paul in charge, left for After a rather mediocre start, were logged in pilot and hours
Comdr. T. S. White .........-...- Chief of SUJtCapt Guantanamo Day, Cuba. It was the softball team, under the guid- training in the exercise crew

Charles L. Moore Naval, Jr.l Air_ Teckalcal Training Crater Commanding Officer the first VFP-62 unit to be affect- ance of chief Bill Rice, used a Eleven of the squadron's twelve

Comdr. Wilfred E. ileshman Executive Officer ed by the new policy of a six-of- blazing finish (five straight) to planes have been rotated from

Naval Hospital Commanding Offr'rCapt. \ ficer complement. capture third rung in the seven- Overhaul and Repair
Capt. Henjamln' N. Ahl since the
Marcy Shupp __ __ Executive Officer Leaving shortly after was Lt. teen team league. squadron returned from Iceland

Capt Norman O. Anderson NAKTU Commanding Officer Joe Pline's detachment 35-57. The golfers, who by_ their own Ltjg( ) Harry Hammond has
Comdr. William >E. Hardy ._..... ... L ? Executive Officer Scheduled to work with Carriers admission were easily thc> most ported aboard from Advanced

The JAX AIR NEWS U published at the U. S. Naval Air Station fundat Air Group Six aboard the USS outstanding team in the"league' Air Training, Hutchinson, Kan
\ Florida and printed commercially with non appropriated
Jacksonville no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS: r-35, Rev Intrepid until July 26, the detachment settled for second place behinda Bill Scarbrough, AOC, leaves;
Nov. 1945. are distributed free of charge; at the Naval Air Station the today to his
try luck
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. and the was also set for an "lucky" and golfing
U. S. Naval Hospital "around the world" sojourn when The local keglers had a disas- skill at the National Public Links
Service Information OfficerManaging ....... ...... ....,--1-- Dave Bcesley Tournament at
Editor Andrew II. Flancy the ship leaves Norfolk, Va., early trous start and were wallowingin Hershey park,

Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters Kay Button; Jack in September to participate in twentieth place after one thirdof Pa. Last years runner-up, Bill

Phyllis Holmes,Fletcher 1'Hl; Lynn; Staff Wrldman.Photographer JO3;-John James lsb Moore ll, JOSN., FH3.. Den bjlar, SA; NATO exercises.On the schedule had been com- will try to go for all the gold

The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service the squadron sports scene, pleted. They now seem destinedfor over the 150 qualifiers participat
AFPS material appearing In this publication rvice.LRep. reprinted without ing this year.
the written permission of Armed Forces I'ress Se of other VFP-62 brought the Iron Man fourth place.

matter Editor: JAX except AIR by NEWS service publications Is prohibited without permission Trophy home for the fifth straight The squadron did not finish in The tall and sun-tanned thief

Editorial office located Main Administration Building. Phone extension time, trophy presentation being the top spot in any one of the six known as "Big Bill," lists an impressive .
8346 216 or 8164.NAVY.
sports, but won the Iron Man golfing record since tak

Trophy by piling up large num- ing up the game in 1938. Some of

WIVES bers of participation points. In the the more notable triumphs are

final analysis, this is the primary All-Navy Eastern Champ and

CORNERThe reason for conducting intramural runner-up in the All-Navy Golf

sports. Championship in 1956; winner in

Jax Navy Wives Club No. the Pensacola NAS Invitationalin

,86 met Wednesday evening, July VA-178 1956 and 1957; and, a member

17 with Mrs. Barney Meyer pre- The "Skipper's Keg," which always of the All-Navy Golf Team four

tastes the best disappeared out of the five years it has been
siding. Mrs. James Murphy actedas soon -
w.: in existence.
chaplain in the absence of Mrs. at the monthly "Thun .
derbolt" allhands party. Lcdr.
Rose Wilson. Mrs. Homer Smith VW-4
Scott Cummins, skipper of VA-
acted as recording secretary in Four of the eleven Hurricane
176, was buying this month be
the absence of Mrs. John Clark. Hunters who
participated in the
cause of the 1,025 hours flown in
Guests and prospective mem- .e June. Mainside Intramural Swimming
bers introduced were: Mesdames In the food department Italian Meet received their awards July

Leo Sharp, Lawrence Lazore, hamburger king Richard, Lanza 1!).. Points were given to the following .

Carl Caldwell, Herbert Graham, in the 50 meter free
reigned over the charcoal with a
James Potter, William Kitchell style: Ensign W. R. Hodge second .
few American
hot dogs thrown in
and Earl Rhodes. place and D. B Bannerman
for good measure.As .
AN, who came in third.
Mrs. Jim White was appointedto for sports, the sun provedtoo
serve on the audit board.A In the '100 meter free style D
hot for softball
so the volley
B. Bannerman was at it to
special letter was read from ball net was hoisted safely in the
come in second. In the 50 meter
Mrs. Elabel Davidson, Red Cross H shade. Three hours later and an
backstroke: R. J. Mahood, AN
Field Director, expressing sincere infinite number of games, Fal-
took fourth position. Taking third
gratitude and thanks from the staff was declared the winner.
position in the three meter diving
boys on the two wards who enjoyed i Welcome aboard to the newest
was R. M. Boots, AN A relay
the July 9 Naval Hospital _.. ..I i. ..k and youngest "Thunderbolt,"
team composed of Lt D. A.
Ward Party sponsored by the David Lewis Hallett, born July
NATTCENTER INSPECTION At an Inspection last Satur- Hurt, Ensign W. R. Hodge D. B
day, Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., NATTCenter commanding officer, 19. David is the son of Ltjg( ) and ,
club.New Bannerman AN and J G Lazar
members accepted into presents Good Conduct Medals to personnel before assembled Mrs. Ray Hallett and the way his ,
the club were Mrs. Carlton John- students of Center schools Left to right, are, Capt. Moore; Walter dad has had the Airframes Divi AN, received individual awards
Grant; ALC; Everett Sten&horn, ALC; David ration A02, and for making a first in the 200
son and Mrs. Walter Moore. Charles Wells, ADZ.DramaticScience. sion painting lately, watch out
meter free style relay.
Mrs. Roy McMullen of the i for Thunderbolts on the diapers.

layette project resigned the Other new members of the Other men who participated in

chairmanship to this project due Experiment t, Thunderbolts are chiefs RobertSwaney the meet for VW-4 were Ltjg() )

to her husband's transfer to Pen- and Felix Comardo. Also R. E. Pearl, Ltjg( ) D. V. Bout-

sacola. She announced that she To Highlight GM Show Here joining the Thunderbolt squadron well, Ensign C. M. Hill, Ensign!

recently presented the Red Cross recently is first class Harold Pat- C. E. Gibson, and R. J. Cloutier,

with two layettes. These layettes "Previews of Progress a 45-minute dramatic, educational I, ton. AN.The

contain a variety of articles of: non-commercial lecture-demonstration stage show sponsored by team took second place in

which the members assist in I General Motors, is scheduled to appear at NAS Mainside movie VP-16 the swimming meet with a total

making. Sara will be missed for Building 612, Tuesday, July 30, and at NATTCenter's King Hall 1' VP-16, operating with Fleet Air score of 19 points, only four

she was a willing worker and Wednesday, July 31. Wing Three, took part in anti points behind the winning team.

participated in many of the club NAS Jax will have one show- the submarine exercises out of Quo nTaking a shine to civilian life

projects and attended its social ing at 2000, canceling the second and story of progress in science set Point, R. L, during the weekof during the week were Lt. Vernon

affairs. movie of the evening, and NATT- engineering-progress and fostered July 1420. The mission involved Nordaune, and Ltjg( ) John An-
promoted by free
4 Center will have three showingsat men patrol squadrons of the derson.
The bomb bay of a modern working in a competitive society. _
0900, 1400, and 1630.
heavy bomber has the capacity The theme is developed by us-

of two five-room houses. PREVIEWS OF Progress tells ing periments original that and have dramatic a connection ex- Speeding On.. The Highway Is

with the commonplace yet force-

fully ress.Among demonstrate scientific prog- Often The Cause Of Tragedy

be the manufacture these experiments will (Periodically, the Jar Air News will present .Accident Cases;

rubber in the fastest of synthetic taken from the file Of the Security Department, of actual tra///

its kind known to process modern of accident. aboard_ the Station. This is the fourth in a series.) _

science; jet propulsion vcciaent took place at inter-
progress section
and the fundamentals of Yorktown avenue and
of gas Randolph I
turbine operation. street. Impact occurred I 3TLlIEST'TT' L

An athlete is asked to give up a good many things. ALSO, A demonstration of the when Vehicle No.1, proceeding I ----J

If he takes his training seriously, he doesn't smoke or drink. latest means of electronic east of Yorktown at a speed that .

He goes to sleep early, even when his pals are planning a night on munications using microwaves com- was neither reasonable nor pru-.
the town. He follows orders when they are given by his team cap- use of glass bottle as hammer ; struck the rear of Vehicle

tain or manager. illustrate some important to No. 2 which was in the process I

lIe does those things because he Is a member of a team, and gineering principles; photovoltaic en. of turning left onto Randolph. I -:
wants to remain a member.. cells turning light of Vehicle No. 1 received -
The same principle is true for the Armed Forces. electrical energy to into lacerations of the forehead
The Armed Forces is a team. It is essential, if the Armed car, and finally, how to fry tiny and bruised right eye. Driver of -

Forces is to function a> a team, that each member do what is egg in a hot pan on a cold stove an second vehicle was uninjured. YORltTOWI: Ant&::

required of him. General Motors operates Combination. damages to both

It doesn't matter whether the requirement entails great sac units of Previews in eight vehicles was estimated at $800. safe rate of speed.

rifice, or no sacrifice at all. The important thing is that the job i parts of the U. S., and various eleven s, This accident could have been I Many needless accidents lire

there to be done.AFPS). units throughout the world prevented had the operator of I caused from having too hcavj afoot

Vehicle No. 1 been traveling at a : on the gas pedal.

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25 July 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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!' Dunnaway Renamed To

EM Governing BoardThree

new officers were elected fi the last meeting of "

the Board of Governors of the enlisted Men's Clubs at NAS


Kenneth Dunnaway, QMI, was
beer can be consumed in the din
reelected president of the group;
ing room only when eating.
H. D. Lariviere, DM2, representing '
Otherwise, it must' be consumedin
ComFairJax, was elected
the ballroom or the patio.
vice-president and Susie Helman
Article 413 of the rules deals
PN2, ComNab-6, was elected
with minors. In accordance with
secretary of the body which
General Order 15, Article 413
governs the "Bluejackets' Inn" as
S points out that beer and hard,
well as the First and Second
liquor will not be purchased or
Class Petty Officer Club.A .
consumed by members, guests or
BOARD OF Advisors, rep

............. ,l.\.. .. .; II. ;nw ti' resenting each of the various departments dependents age. under 21 years ot
of commands based at

MAKING ANNIVERSARY PLANS Waves at NAS lax: : barracks rather around to discuss NAS Jax, aids the nine-man In addition, there are several

plans for a steak fry to be held July 30, highlighting local observance of the Waves 15th anniversary. Board of Governors in supervising other articles which deal with .
The Waves are, standing, left to right, Joyce Uetloff, SA; Marilyn Mercler, SA; Jean Llttrrll, SKSN; liquor. For instance, the Petty
Bette Orlando, PN3; Justine Kolodejcak, PN3; Elizabeth Woods, AN, and Jackie Tallent, SA Seatedat the club. Officer Club is open only to per.
desk is Judy Simmons, SN. The primary governing body, j
sonnel who bonafide First
are or
which is responsible to the advisor
Local Fete Is Planned Lt. M. A. Rice, is however, Second Class Petty Officers or T
their equivalent ranks in other
Pass-ID Office the Board of Governors, com- '.
services. Article 409 points out
posed of, in addition to the three j'
Closes that male and female personnel
NightsThe Waves To Celebrate 15th officers, J. F. McClelland, ADI, t
below the grade of E-5 will not renter
Pass and IdentificationOffice Naval Hospital; R. R. Fisk, AEI,
the First and Second Class
will no longer remain NARTU; H. G. Renner Jr., HM1, I
Petty Officers' room.
open on Tuesday and Thurs Anniversary Across U.S.Tuesday NATTCenter; A. J. Kennedy, MEMBERS ARE admitted to 1

day evenings. All organizations DKI, NAS; B. A. Sessions, RM1, the Petty Officer Club by mem-

aboard the Station have com FAW-11, and an unnamed Com
bcrship card. A member of the t
pleted their scheduled time for July 30, marks the 15th Anniversary of the FairJax representative. Board of Governors pointed out

obtaining the new Uniformed WAVES, and local Waves and ex-Waves will celebrate the WITH TilE redecorating and recently that 80 per cent of NAS

Services Identification and event here with a steak fry at the Skeet Club starting at enlarging of the Bluejackets' personnel eligible for member-

Privilege Card (DD Form 1630. and the establishment of a first ship have not picked up their

1173)). The get-together will be exclusive and second class petty officer
membership cards. The cards
I can
Dependents will be issued ID for Waves from NAS Jax, July, 1945, when 86,000 women club in May, activity has greatly be picked from A. J. Kennedy

cards Monday through Friday NATTCenter, and Naval Hospital, constituted 18 percent of the total Increased on "Black Point," DK1, at NAS up disbursing office. ,

from 0800 until 1600, except and Women Marines, nurses, and Navy personnel stationed in the site of the clubs. (The Jax Air Newt will from

holidays. all ex-Waves in the Jacksonville United States. The clubs arc open to all en. time to time publish article of

area. The WAVES have served our listed personnel, except chiefs, general interest about the Enlisted -

(TilE LATTER should con- armed forces with such loyaltyand but rules have been set up by the Men't Clubs. This is the

tact Norris SKI at efficiency that these Navy Board of Governors and approvedby
Gladys extension first in a series.)
8255)). Commanding officers : women have earned a permanent the commanding officer, establishing .

will be invited as guests of i role of service in the nation's ,"prescribed regulations, ....... ''''f dll.JU,

honor. first line of defense. governing membership, privileges k k'j
On "the national scene will bea WAVES ARE presently servIng etc., and a certain sectionof s' 4>Y h f sz s

4Q E special reunion of Waves to be at 250 Navy stations in the the bylaws, Chapter IV, deals < 1 ..
held at Boston, Mass., July 26-28. U. S. and overseas. They are on speciiicially with "house rules. .: Y.

The Club really had a turnout Mildred McAfee Horton, war- duty in Hawaii, Guam, Alaska, I The uniform of the day or appropriate >' .< .

last Saturday evening for the time Director of the Waves, will Japan, Newfoundland, Puerto civilian attire will be

swmiming party. Such fine sponsor a garden party at Cam Rico, England, France, Norwayand worn at the clubs at all times. .

crowds attend the swim parties I bridge, Mass., to celebrate this Italy. They are also serving No jeans, dungarees, levis or similar

that the Club plans to continue anniversary event, and the Hon. aboard hospital ships and transports attire will be allowed. Nor I

them regularly throughout the Thomas S. Gates Jr., Secretaryof in both the Atlantic and are women allowed to wear

summer months. the Navy, will address Waves Pacific. shorts, except in moderation. vyP Y k

The Club has a game night present at the gala reunion ban UNDER TilE current set-up,

again on Friday. They're more quet..

exciting each week, so why don't CREATED AS a World War II C & SS CLOSEThe

you plan to attend this Friday? measure, "Women Accepted for Area Wage Body
Clothing and Small Stores
This Sunday and every Sunday Voluntary Emergency Service"were

evening, a trio dance is featuredin received into the Navy to i Issue Room, Building 930, at Holds Two-Week
the Harris Room. Mainside, will close for inventoryat
fill acute personnel needs in
Patrons can look forward to shore and base establishments. 0800, tomorrow. NATTCenter
several improvements in Club Issue Room, Building 513, will TrainingSeminarTwelve
Manpower replacement during close for inventory tomorrow at
facilities in the near future, including -

cold beer sales, possible WWII by Waves was significant.In 1200. civilian industrial per- _'Y > n '___'m_ ,__
the Navy Department in Wash sonnel officers and position clas-
Both issue rooms will
enlargement the galley facili- reopen LEAVES NAVY After 18
ties and more improvements to ington, Waves comprised 55 per on or about August 1, It was re sifiers from Naval installations in months with the Navy, Capt.

the patio. cent of the military personnel, ported.CROSSWORD Georgia Florida, Oklahoma, Frank Mitt USAF, leaves this

Along with the fine Sunday and reached a peak strength in Cuba, and Puerto Rico, and two month for Selfridge Air Force
Mount Clemens, Mich
classifiers from indus-
dinner special, the Club also fea- position an Capt. Hilt, an1' exchange pilot,

tures a noon special for 45-cents, PUZZLE trial company located in the Ca- joined VA-41 last October after

Monday through Friday.See _, ACROSS I J r S 1 9 10 II nal Zone, are assembled at NAS serving ten months with VA-
Jax this week) and next for the 172. He has carrier-qualified in
you at the Club.DryDocked oW ,.
1'1 & IS the F2H-2 Banshee. and theF91'8
I fourth training seminar conducted ;
4 -
-Flbrr plant Cougar and has won two
'-Glil' IIlrlinl\me 'i W..W '1 by the Area Wage and Class! Navy E's."
Vessel If-Clll fn vf U.8.J V/- fication Office.

Gels 1 I 14 S-1-MMIAW Itoctrln I' '. h ao Here from the Panama Canal Guided Missile\ Sub Is

New SkipperLcdr. 1C--CuntII Pulpy fruit II /-1"/.h: as 1S .w V/i y1 2S.at, Company are Virginia Dixon and Named USS GraybackThe

Bruce Dunning, skipperof :so U-Mlltur.-Repair _J" ar 'l'/1I., !}o 'l'/ ar Ann Pruitt,who expect to learn
launched its first
/.1.: 'l..l.: Navy
USS XI-Ork I tatttrX4 how the Navy administers posi-
the Vigor for the past 22
Rfwi I>atu. 1 1 n 0 ,'" JJ commissioned guided missile sub-
months, was relieved of commandby 17:Near tion classification and wage administration -
the SS Grayback (SSG
21-Woolly x fr s. tt programs. This is the
Lcdr. Joe Pecore during a 31 Number 574)), July 2, at Mare Island Ship
:31-Pelt .. first time representatives of pri
ceremony aboard the ship at 1000 .. 't 'I -I. ,,
:ji! -Rubi'lt fur yard, Vallejo, Calif.
Tuesday, July 16. ::l5-Thw tlt companies have
:3tl-lSurmL\ 'tS K n attended the seminars. Capable of. handling Regulus
Lcdr. Dunning has been orderedto trlbemnak I missiles, the new sub is scheduled .
1-CoirccK ; 'y f. fr15C.nluu About 20 groups of occupations,
duty at the Armed Forces Staff
I 11"'. to join the fleet in July,
College at Norfolk, Va. 1o..Nllr'cow.. fUi;' i.& ;r s i f'l J' W with varying phases of their responsibilities 1958.
.I'.II,'d! I I 1 discussed during
The Vigor, a minesweeper, is 41-Ciller vtUhvS -
docked at the foot of Flagler -Sollinr>- $1 Sf S, the training sessions, under ter, Guantanamo Bay, Santiago,

Street, undergoing yard overhaul. 4&< --SlrrtilrMclou Lolllllfr nlxUtT r.ne.F-.r r the direction of the AWCO staff Paz, NavSta, San Juan; Margaret

She recently returned from a 4S'V: :KM Others attending the seminarare Moorhead, NAS Cecil Field;

1500 hours cruise which was an 5"- '"'lIk :I-Makt.up n-c.on. )' r' 4 C<--Old Muilrnl muMoal drum : George Johnson, Green Cove Charles Price, NAS Jax; Floyd
-TlimBoiif by 4-RuKKliiu ht'nll' %(*-rrajern
evaluation cruise of modernizing &::-.Rrviiliicd' 6-Hljthtarrt %!-
Packard Diesel engines for the IT-S""III.h in|tlil plural '7-Prrlwriuott-Sn,.|ll rue! !23-Candle:-Att a 4 47 X--Onern n.lt'III.t'rult .) Mayport; Edith Graehl, NAAS Grant Wilson, NMDL, Panama

Bureau of Ships. While on the *J-I'uff; ui'r 7'f t' .J e-iRtr. :1i-Rrrethee .foloOOIerr.1!-The Saufley Field, Fla.; James Bullock City, Fla.Those .
4J- ilrlnkDOWN Y-Ct tiling 'loudly In chili
cruise, the Vigor spent five weeksin |(.-Sta tIlt! to-Btvrrac* SI-Oecar NATTCenter; Norman conducting the seminarare

the waters around San Juan, I.'.. II 1-Itl'llull':-Merry <. .4. Jt:lu-tluIII:-Mxrktt.UCM| | "a 6 1""I"h*-M Inn' '. article, Okla.; William Kelly.MCAS, Albany Larry Ponder, John Burton,

Puerto Rico, and three weeks en I-KxdMinatloii. JJ-Wrllliijr Ul>'lttXmAll nkknamt ti1. Ga.; Reinaldo E. Rivera, Joe Funston, Betty Nichols, Aubrey -
%-1.! ...' ,4"10 1.."is-Uutlinta--4\ U- child IC-Prtll" 'II"N
route to Nassau, Bermuda and L NavSta, Roosevelt Roads, P. R.; Silvey, Dorothy House and

New York. (Puzzle answer on Page 8)) Victor Gault, Public Works Cen- Lloyd Grablc.

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Security Hat A 'Sgt. t'rttlny'

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< Law Violators S At NAS Jax Have

A-l Investigators To Contend WithViolations

of the law at more equipment is needed, it is hurry and does so at the nearest
NAS Jax, ranging from hit- available to them at the office of pawn shop.
and-run vehicle accidents to the County sheriff. PETTY THEFTS of personal ..ir
grand larceny, are subject to When appropriate, the Investi- property stolen from persons
all the investigatory methods gators may call on and get the aboard the station are the most
and devices portrayed on assistance of such agencies as the difficult to solve. "If everyone
"Dragnet," and are solved FBI; Secret Service; Treasury would keep a record of serial
just about as successfully.The Department; Postal Inspectors;
"Sergeant Friday" of the Customs Office; Coast Guardinfact r
Station is D. H. Blake, criminal any government agency
investigator with Security De- equipped to give the particulartype they
partment, headed by Comdr. of aid required.Pawnbrokers ,
Robert Crain. More than 300 com- are also of
plaints of minor and major enormous help in recovering V
crimes have crossed Blake's desk stolen property and detecting the l ;

since the first of the year, with thief. Generally the latter wantsto as ,
about $7,000 worth of government get rid of his "hot.," items in a as

and private property recovered _.....A """" ...._ ___
(:: ,
as a result of investiga- )f:
tions. Also, more than 90 percentof : : ; ''I
<. .
all crimes
perpetrated against
a 4. '
individuals in the same length of i:.t;t. .h' : "

time have been solved. : ._ ""' ....u .,.,.- .....
MODERN CRIME LAB Techniques used in modern crime
general appearance bears con- 4 are demonstrated by Walter Morris, materials engineering
siderable resemblance' to his TV of Overhaul and Repair Department. Here, Morris
prototype are Donald Fitzgerald under microscope particles picked up in a crime area
a small vacuum cleaner. Contents contained incriminating
trained an investigator by :' ; 1 : of tiny particles of chemical dust used only in that area
the Internal Revenue Service, the Station. Donald he
Fitzgerald, (rear) grins as sees the case
and Station Police Sergeant Bob to an early close.
Williams. At their service, also, $6
when occassion demands, is Wal-
ter Morris, material engineering rLi Special Law Duly
superintendent in the Overhaul
Details Listed
and Repair Department, who, as
extra duty, mans the Navy's Permanently commissionedline
"crime lab." ..a.8dxSa TV HUMOR FROM officers of the Regular
Both Blake and Morris are Navy not above the grade of
quick to reaffirm the remark A LA SGT.'FRIDAY- { lieutenant not apply for
that crime does not pay, adding means evidence.of detecting Here, Police criminals Sgt. Bob, is still expert was condescended to designation may for special duty in

that those who think otherwiseare old cigar box from which a $10 bill the new member, named law (Code 1620)) in the Regu-
likely to wind up. with _Y"_ '<'''''''''''_ A''., ,'.'uu... w'm' ...___ to play golf. Pointing to the lar Navy.
lengthy duty at hard labor. on the green, he explained: Eligibility requirements in-
Take the of the sailor must drive the ball
case as near clude a law degree from an ac-
... aboard a carrier who lifted the flag as possible.. credited law school (by the
bank account of a shipmate whokept'it novice drove the ball 'and ABA); membership in the bar
in a tin fruitcake container. within one foot of the of a Federal Court, or the
When the culprit dropped a ". The expert, amazement highest court of a state or ter-
heavy duty knife at the scene of i iI I all over him, couldn't ritory; and physical require-
the crime, brother, he'd had it! a word. ments for staff corps officers.
WHEN THE knife was run said: "What do I do next?" Details were outlined in Bu-
through the crime lab, Morris J knock it into the hole," Pers Notice 1120 of June 5,
turned this evidence over to i'nrh.'a the expert. 1957.
Security. Blood on both sides of the hole!", exclaimed the

the blade showed the thief had .. "Why didn't you tell me
recently cut himself; a lack of in the first place?" Cub Pack 131
corrosion indicated he had not r .
been long at sea; a certain typeof the fight you hod with
grease, coupled with tiny wife turn out?" Plans Outdoor
nicks in the blade's edge in she came crawling to me
which bits of the plastic coating her hands and knees." GetTogetherNAS
covering electric wire were em- ? What did she say?" .

bedded, showed not only had he ..A i out from under that bed, Jax Cub Scout Pack 131
not been long in the Navy (or he LIE DETECTOR TEST D. II. coward." has planned a gala picnic at Gold
would have used insteadof takes notes *
snippers on responses of a suspect Head Branch State Park this
his knife to cut the wire) but test. A wire from the machine, : You say you love me, but
caused by high emotional tension, Is Sunday at 1400.
the exact spot on the carrier you be 'willing to die for
The machine, called a detectometer, All Cubs of Pack 131, their
where he worked (the only spot criminal cases. All such tests are ?
where that type 'of grease was : "Well, er, no You see, parents and all prospective mem-
used.) Other identifying evidencewas r is what they call an undy- bers and parents are invited to
unnecessary. Navy Numbers love." attend the event.
Or take the case of the inebriated There will be ceremonies for

man who locked himself Drop AF GainsService worry if i 1:1: inductions, awards and Wcbclos
and a female companion in the ; few people looks good rank.
back of a Navy truck. When he procurement figures fat hair, anyway. Many vacancies exist in the
passed out she broke a window reveal that only the Air Force Pack ranks and boys eight
with one of his shoes and escaped. increased in strength during the : "How's the patient this through ten years of age from
Next day when a man reportedlate month of May, with Army, Navy ?" Dewey Park, Azalea Trailer Park
for duty, his shoes were and Marine Corps losing in new : "I think he's getting and those living aboard the Station -
given a routine check which re recruits, reenlistments and reservists He tried to blow the can join now. .
vealed a cut place in the rubber going on active duty. off his medicine this mOrn- This is a wonderful oppor-

heel exactly corresponding to a Total Navy strength' was estimated tunity for boys in this age group,
sliver of rubber found amid the at 675,933 compared with and now's the time to join, before
debris of broken window glass. 67 ,019 for April, a drop of 2,086 : "We've got to fire that the fall rush.Contact .
TIPS RECEIVED from Outsiders' men. Marine Corps procurement He's nearly killed me either Chief Heise,
are a prime source of material totaled 4,402 in May, a drop of your times." cubmaster, at EV 4-3848, or the
aiding the investigators. Some- 329 from April's estimated "He's a good man. Let's recruiter, M/Sgt.West, EV 8-7016,
times they come from embittered strength. In May, Army procure him another chance." for further information.
participants in the crime who ment dropped by 844 men. of .
feel they aren't getting a "fair The Air Force, on the other wife just ran away with a Lcdr. Rice At NATTCLcdr.
shake." hand, increased its total strengthby in my car." Myron Rice I reported
Equipment used by the investigators 1,296 men over April's esti- tra Scott, man! Not your aboard NATTCenter June 28, and
includes a lie detector; a mate. new car!" is the prospective discipline of-
small vaccum cleaner for collect- r ficer.
ing small particles of fibre Grandpa: "I miss the old
scrap- cuspidor : "I don't seem to be Lcdr. Rice reported to the Cen
and like material for anal since it's "
, ings gone. my usual game today." ter from All Weather Attack
ysis fit the crime lab; specialesmeras Grandma: "You always; did. : "What game do you Squadron 35, stationed at NAS
I ; acid!?, and dusts.! If ThatV why it'!' gone." tal ; play' !sir?" North Island, Sanego, Calif.

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Ne"v Promotion Plans Set For WOs, Reserve Officers o ,

Correspondence courses and ficers become effective ....
attending college. standards before being promoted. for warrants .y

{special examinations, soon to be I BuPers said the collegecreditplan LISTED in the rules are a va- July 1, 1958, for WOs selected for 4 :, '
distributed In the field, will make will be retroactive to July riety of correspondence courses promotion in 1959. However, ..\. \ i ...v .
new 1, 1955, and will credit one promotion which warrants may take to Thursday, July 25
up the promotion exam plans those selected for in-grade pro-
I point for each semester qualify for in-grade promotion. Mainside Trail Of The Lone
devised by BuPers for active hour satisfactorily motion now will not have to Pine drama-reissue with
I completed up Those who do not complete the some ( )
duty warrant officers and inac- ;jto a maximum of 12 promotions courses will be required to takea worry about the exams until Henry Fonda and Fred MacMurray. -

tive reserve officers. j points per fiscal year. special test by a Navy examin- their next promotion cycle. Also Bull Fright.
PLANS FOR the WO promo-j RULES FOR the new WO promotion ing board before being promoted. The courses will be the same as NATTCenter Seventh Sin

tions were approved last week by tests are outlined in a I Medical and Dental Service those now required of junior ([drama) with Eleanor Parker,
the Bureau, and those for reserve forthcoming BuPers instruction I warrant officers will be given grade commissioned officers, although Jean Pierre Aumont and George

officers are due out next month. 1416.6, and will bring the war- special promotion exams, issued the warrants will be Sanders. .
Also approved is a plan to give rants in line with other com by the Bureau of Medicine and tested in only two areasexecutive Hospital The 27th Day

promotion credits for studies missioned officers who must now I Surgery.The and technical-instead of (science fiction) with Gene Barry
completed by inactive reserve of. hurdle a set of promotion fitness first written examinations three. and Valerie French.

'>__' _u. .. .. Friday, July 26

Up The High Naval Post Mainside Run Of The Arrow
(color western) with Rod Steiger
and Sarita Montlel. Also Bunco
LADDERWith Y Changes Slated Busters.

\ Civilians BuAer's Chief, Hear Admiral NATTCenter Trail Of The
Lonesome Pine. Bull
(Weekly the Jax Air News in James S. Russell, was relieved by
Seventh Sin. I
cooperation with the Industrial t4-t lear Admiral Robert E. Dixon on Hospital -
Relations Department will list 4t t July 15, with Admiral Russell becoming Saturday, July 27
'- deputy commandcr-in- Mainside Dino (melodrama) ,
various promotions for Naval Air '
t 1'h
Station civilian personnel.) chief and chief of staff of the Atlantic with Sal Mineo and Susan Koh-

On the promotion roster effective Fleet. He will be promotedto ncr. I
the rank of vice admiral.In NATCentcr Run Of The
June 24, 30 and July 1 .
were 41 employees, 25 from Over- 4' .Y 1 M S.4' tT other high-ranking changesof Arrow.
haul and Repair Department, I. command, Rear Admiral Ho- Hospital Trail Of The Lone- ;I

eight from Supply Department, racio Rlvcro has relieved Rear some Pine.
eight from Public Works Depart- Admiral Robert II. Speck as com- Kiddie Matinee Wichita
ment. mander of Destroyer Flotilla One (color western) with Joel McCrea '

Promoted at O & R were Mar- at Yokosuka, Japan. Admiral Rl and Vera Miles. Also Fright Day '

ion Aldridge, apprentice machinist vcro assumed duties as comman- 13th.
first class to machinist first der, Destroyer Group, Seventh Sunday, July 28
Fleet also, while Admiral Speck Mainside Three Violent Peo-
step; Herman Bobbel, radio mechanic -
third step to electronics has been ordered as commander, ple (color drama) with Charlton
Amphibious Training Command, Heston and Anne Baxter.
mechanic third step; Robert Bow-
man, student trainee mechanical Pacific, at Coronado, Calif. NATTCcnter Dino.

engineering GS-3 to student trai- ....un.......__...... .v_.... ......,,_... .. Capt. Winifred R. Quick will Hospital Run Of The Anow.
relieve Capt. Louise K. Wilde as Bunco Busters.
nee mechanical engineering GS-4; RELIEVED AND RELIEVER Lcdr. John Berning, (left)
David Brown, student trainee looks over a fiscal chait shown him by Comdr. G. R. Britkley, assistant chief 6f Naval Personnelfor Monday, July 29
electronics engineering GS-2 to former Fiscal Officer of NAS Jax who was relieved this wetk by women and director of Waveson Mainside Girl In The Black
student trainee electronics engi- Lcdr. Berning. Although Lcdr. Berning will have charge of accounting A'9." Capt. Wilde has been Stockings (drama) with Mamie
and disbursing, absorption of the Fiscal Department by reassigned to Monterey, Calif., Van Doren and Lex Barker. Also
neering GS-3 Corlis Carver
; ap- the Comptroller Department changes his title to Assistant Comp
prentice aircraft instrument me- troller. where she will be special assist- Wonders Of Araby.NATTCenter .
chanic first class to aircraft instrument ant to the superintendent of the Three Violent

mechanic first step. Fiscal Officer Becomes Assistant Navy's Post-Graduate School. People. Dino.Tuesdar .
Harold Clark, apprentice elec- Hospital -

trician aircraft first class to electrician Contest Looms July 30
aircraft first step; Paul Comptroller In Dept. Changeover Mainside God Is My Pal"nCL'drama (

Clark, aeronautical engineer GS9to For CartoonistsWinners ( ) with Walter Brennan

aeronautical engineer GS-11; Lcdr. John Berning, who has just completed a course in Supply in the third annuals and Marion Ross. Also CatchingSea j

Logan Cooley, helper machinist Management at the Navy Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif., all-Navy comic cartoon contest Creatures. ?;
second step to machine operatorfirst relieved Comdr. George Brickley, Fiscal Officer at NAS Jax since will receive championship NATTCenter Girl In The

step; James Gibbs, apprentice July 1, 1954, when Fiscal was divorced from Supply to become an trophies, according to a recent Black Stockings. Wonders Of

radio mechanic first class to independent- department.- BuPers Notice which outlinedthe Araby.
Today Fiscal is no more. It has Hospital Three Violent Peo-
radio mechanic first step; Robert I rules for the contest. -
I Tina and
been absorbed by the Comptroller Virginia. ple.
Groleau, apprentice machinistfirst The cartoons must be in
class to machinist first step; Department, and Lcdr. Bern- WHEN THE Comptroller De black ink on eight by ten-and- Wednesday, July 31
Sidney Higglnbotham, apprentice ing bears the title Assistant partment was first organized a-half white paper and the Mainside Living Idol (color
electrician aircraft first class to Comptroller for Accounting and here, its staff consisted of four contents must be about they drama) with Steve Forrest and

electrician aircraft first step. Disbursing, working directly un- civilian employees, topped b Navy. Material should be in Lillian Montevccchi.
William Leonard, equipment I der the Comptroller, Comdr. E. Phil Myers as Deputy Comptroller good taste and suitable for NATTCcnter God Is My
specialist general GS-7 to equip- ''I W. Scantlebury. a title he still holds. general "consumption." Partner. Catching Sea Creatures.

ment specialist GS-9; Albert Mar COMDR. BRICKLEY has re- But the size of the young de- Entries should be submittedto Hospital Girl In Black

chant Jr., student trainee mechanical ported for duty at MCAS Cherry partment has grown like Jack's the Chief of Naval Person- Stockings. Wonders Of Araby.

engineer GS-2; Beular Point as assistant supply officer. beanstalk and no telling where it nel (Pers-Gll) in time to be .
McConn his here he held collateral will expand next.It I Jet planes of the Strategic Air
statistical clerk GS-3 to During tour judged by Oct. J, 1957. Further
Command have traveled the
statistical clerk GS-4; Bernice McCormick duty as comptroller.The comprises, at the present information is contained in II
equivalent of 22,734 trips around
clerk-typist GS-2 to Comptroller Department time, 97 civilian employees, 14 BuPers Notice 1700 of July 8. ,
the world.
clerk-typist GS-3. operates at staff level as do In- enlisted men and four officers,
Charles North, student trainee dustrial Relations, Security and in addition to Comdr. Scantle-

aeronautical engineering GS-3 to Administration Departments. It bury. o&

student trainee aeronauical engi- was established on order of the All fiscal work is still performed I

neering GS-4; Menard Norton, Navy Department, following formation on the second deck of the r CWEE/
apprentice electronics mechanicfirst in 1950 of the Comptrollerin Supply Building (No. 110)), but ryQ ,
class to electronics mechanicfirst the Navy Dept., Washington.In for the sake of convenience the

step; Simon Parker, appren- March of this year, the Navy functions of comptroller are still
tice, aircraft instrument mechanicfirst also established the Area Audit carried on in the Administration

step to aircraft instrument Office which operates at NAS Building by Comdr. Scantlebury
mechanic first step; Pitman Pic- Jax under the direction of and a small staff.

kett, helper machinist second stepto Comdr. Curtis Lee and reports .
machine b Folks should make a habit
operator first step; directly to the Navy Comptroller.
Guy Pinholster, aircraft electrical THE NAS JAX Comptroller Gccr And Sliuran of using ash trays to snuff

equipment repairman third stepto Department is responsible for out cigarettes or cigars.
electrician aircraft first step Share AO HonorsDon c i -r
; accounting and disbursing, budge t Never toss a lighted match
Daniel Sapp, helper electrician eting, performance and analysis, Geer, AOAM, of Prineville, ? either. Ileres' a trick
aircraft third step to aircraft away, :
and internal review. Ore. and John Churan, AOAN,
electrical after using hold it
equipment installer Lcdr. Berning is responsible one, a sec
first step. for accounting and disbursing, of Crystal Lake, Ill., shared top ond, then put it in an ash tray,

fiscal, public voucher, appro- 'honors In last week's graduationat not in a waste basket.

ReassignmentGiven priations and costs, inventory, the Aviation Ordnanccman
When emptying ash trays
Information ChiefThe timekeeping, government bonds School Class A at NATTCenter.Geer ,
and make sure every cigarette i is
of military
Navy has announced a new and pay records who entered the service
civilian personnel.The out. Might even sprinkle water
assignment for its informationchief.
in June, 1956 has been ordered to
is dis-
Area Audit Office over the butts first.
De- report to VF-92, NAS Alameda,
tinctive from Comptroller
Rear .Adm. Edmund B. Taylor, ,
Navy Director of Information, partment in that it carries a con- Calif., while Churan, who entered 1 .
will become Commander Atlantic tinuous internal audit of all Navy the Navy in Jan. 1956 has .. -
and Marine activities in the I been ordered to report to Utility
'Fleet Destroyer Force in Noemb'f. -
Southes, excluding North Caro. Squadron 1.



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I. Pistolmen In P", I
,. Pensacola Host

SE Regional For DistrictTennis


The Jax Navy Pistol Club entered Event

the monthly Jar Police

Pistol Club shoot last Sunday, The Sixth Naval District

shooting the National Rifle Association Tennis Tourney, hosted by
Classification Match. defending champion Pensa

The following classifications were cola Naval Training Command -

awarded: is scheduled for July
T/Sgt. Nathaniel Pratt, MAD, 29 through August 2 with an
master; T/Sgt. Bernard Maxik, expected five team entry.

MAD, expert; M/Sgt. Horace Ab- 1's Polished performers who'll be

ney, MAD, expert; Guingo Cara- representing Jax Navy are Lt-
pellot,, NATTCenter, sharp- \ :v 7 (jg)s Roger McDonald, previously
shooter; T/Sgt. Harry Burlin, with NAS Pensacola; Henry

MAD, sharpshooter; Jay D. North; Jim Brown, and two-year
Waldron, AOl, NAS, sharp- Jax veteran Hunter Bell. Re-
shooter; Everrett Walter, AQC, atINTRAMURAL turnee Bell and former Jax Navy

NATTCenter, marksman; John- SPORTS CHAMPIONS Pictured above are the Individual l and team representatives tennisman, Dr. Schultz, coupled
nie Davis, A01, NATTCenter, who were awarded trophies for winning titles in the NATTCenter intramural sports efforts in last yea '. tourney
marksman, and Cameron Paulk, spring and summer program. The awards were presented at ceremonies last week at the Center Leftto doubles to climb as high as the
AQC, novice. right are, Lt. Ronald Moreland, AE School, table tennis singles champion; Raymond Reedy, AEC, finals.
Starting tomorrow and AE School: who took the chess championship; Gene Byron, AEC, AE School, badminton individual
run- tltlist; Lcdr. Vincent Ananla AGO School, softball winners; Cpl. Raymond Bracket, AvFund School, Expected entrants Include Ce-
ning through Sunday, the Jax table tennis doubles; Cpl. Mike Darby, AvFund School, swimming champions, and M/Sgt. Steve cil Field, Memphis Navy, Jax
Police Pistol Club will host the Mayer, AtFund School, bowling kings.JAX.AIR .
Navy and two Pensacola entries,
annual Southeastern Regional
the Training Command and NAS
Pistol Meet. NEWS Pensy.
The Jax Navy team will enter SPORTS
Walter Bowen, AEC; V. Weaver, There's also the possibility of

ET3; Waldron; Walter, Davis, and SCHEDULEWeek NALF Birmingham and Clarks-
Paulk, in the meet. i p ville Naval Supply Depot competing -
The NATTCenter Marines will o p of July 25-31 Last year, a Clarksville

send T/Sgt. Pratt; T/Sgt. Maxik; Baseball: Jax Navy Fliers vs. entrant, newcomer Bobby Payne,
M/Sgt. Abney; S/Sgt. R. C. Palm Beach AFB, tentative, July copped the 6ND singles cham-
(Stringer, and S/Sgt. Thomas 26-27, home. pionship, and went on to win the

Asbjorsen to the meet. Softball: NAS Civilians vs. Eastern Navy title and eventuallythe

i Pepsi-Cola, 2000, July 29, St. All Navy Singles crown. .
Dave Bruce Paces FieldIn I Nicholas Park; ComFair Jax Pensacola Naval Training Command -

Navymen Score Tourney, starts July 29, at NAS will be defending its title,
II Jax. with NAS Pensacola given best

Well In Peace 6ND chance of dethroning the perennial -
Golf QualifyingQualifying I Golf: 6th Naval District Golf winners.Crackerjax'.

I Tournament, July 29Aug. 1, NAS .
Officer's Shoot Jax.
rounds for Berths in next week's Sixth Naval District : Tennis: Gth! Naval District Tennis

Waller Bowen and Jay Wald- Golf Tournament to be held here ended Monday with golfers I Tourney, July 29Aug. 1, NAS
ron, both of NAS Jax, fared well from NAS Jax, Naval Hospital and NATTCenter Jnx_scrambling for Pensacola; Atlantic Fleet T uma.
in the recent Florida Peace Offi- positions in the big District event. ment, ComDes Lant hosting, July Bozman Hurls
cers Annual State Matches at The 6ND Tourney begins July
29Aug. 1, NB Newport R. I.Bowll.nr .
Key West, facing some sixty- 28 with actual firing getting underway Division, will be Richard Lieu- No-Hit StintNot
eight top policemen and Border the following day (Mon ranee and Bruce Gardner, only : All-Station Intramural
Patrolmen in Florida. day). two to attempt to qualify from Championships, 1830, Aug. 1, much activity was reportedin

Waldron won first place in the Competition will be divided into that command. Mainside Alleys.. women's Softball circles this
second Expert shoot, and fifth three classes Open, Seniorsfor Only two men from this area week with only one game carded
place in both Expert matches one ( men over 45: years of age) will be entered in Senior's play, One of the hardest secrets fora of interest to Station sports fol-
and three. and Women's.DAVE NATTCenter's Walt Strader and man to keep-is his opinion of lowers.

Bowen won second place in BRUCE led a group of R. P. Ripley of NAS Jax. himself S The Jax Navy Crackerjax

Marksman match two, fifth placein four into available berths for BESIDES BRUCE, Peters, Gor. Stalemate Husband who moved up a notch in City League
Expert class match three, and NAS Jax in District play. The rell, Richards, Lieurance and telling the same: old jokes. keeps play by blanking the NAS Civilians -
seventh place in the Sharp- VA-44 linkster fired two con Gardner in Men's Open competition 12-0, Monday night at St.
shooter class. sistent' rounds of 75: for a 150 will be NATTCenter's Bill Nicholas Park.

They combined forces in the t tal. Lyons, Joe Van Vactor, Robert I 9 Judy Bozman spun a beauti-
doubles to place twelfth in the Others to play In NAS Jax Barnett and C. :a Price. ful no-hitter, the best pitching

24 team field. silks will be Frank Richards, Bob NAS Cecil's entrants and their performance of the season by the
Medals were awarded to seventeen Peters and L. D. Gorrell. qualifying scores are: Jerry Foley Crackerjax tosser.

of the sixty-eight contest- Richard and Peters posted ((148)), Jim Shirley (164)), Bob v. Bozman, enroute to the
ents and both Bowen and Wald- qualifying scores of 81.71-152. Thorne ((167) and Bob Cherico no-hiltcr spark-
ling struck out five
ron received one. After first day's play, both men ((167). batters.
Bowen's wife, Hazel Ann, won seemed out of the running. But Entries are also expected to .
Shirley Hanson with double
second place aggregate in the the remarkably fine 71's one- come from Charleston NB, Green and
two singles, was the big
Women's Pistol Matches and also under tough par, gained berths Cove Springs NS, Pensacola NAS, sticker for the winners. Janice
won a Sharpshooters medal. for the duo.GORRELL. NABTC Pensacola, 7th Coast
Carpenter also hit well, garner-
gained fourth spot Guard District, Clarksville NB, ing a triple and single.
Indoor Pool with an 84-80-164. Key West NB, NAS Memphis and
OpensThe Betty Goodrich
In Women's play, only two Glynco NAAS.A was the losing
spacious indoor swimmingpool competed in qualifying trials, meeting of team representatives
located in Building 614, was both from Naval Hospital. Mary will be held Monday at 0900 The Civilians have a regular
opened last Saturday for recre- Besenius and Harriett Lanaghanwill in the golf pro's office at the NAS game Monday night with league-
ational swimming.The represent that command in Jax course. Final details and leading Pepsi-Cola. Followingthis
pool had been closed for next week's event. playing rules will be ironed out the final curtain on regular
five weeks for repairs. Also from Hospital, In the Open then. season play, make-up games will
USGA RULES will apply be carded.
: 'Big Bill' Hopes This Is It throughout for participants the tourney., press A ,banquet officials Sivicky Viclorioas In

I and guests is planned for
some evening during the week. Center 'Shoe Event
In Publinx -
Golf Tourney Trophies will be given top S; : o Finals in NATTCenter's horse-
finishers in individual. and team shoe tournament were played last
, VP-16's Bill Scarbrough year's meet only to succumb in play in the three classes. week, and T/Sgt. Edward Sivic

leads a contingent of four local the 36-hole finals to Junie Open competition will be over ky, AvFund School, emerged vic-
golfers into the National Pub Buxbaum of Memphis., Tenn., the 72-hole route while the torious, downing Robert Van
lic Links Tourney, July 29- 3 and 2.This Women and Senior's play will be Matre, AD1 of Naval Air Weapons -
Aug. 3, Hershey Park, Penn. is the fourth consecu- held to a 54-hole limit. Systems School, for the
9 "Big Bill," regaining his tive Publinx appearance for singles title.Determined.
Following. District competition,
bronze look after doing a tour Scarbrough. The third time is
individual winners will move on to bring points to
in Iceland, was runner-up in supposed to be the charm but
to NAS Memphis for the South his school for the captain's tro-
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the big national event last it wasn't with the likable chief. .m '0' '
Atlantic Regional Tourney, Aug phy, Van Matre teamed up with
year. He entered this year'splay Perhaps the fourth time will PUDLINX KING! Taking
59. Jack Keck
AQ2, also of NAWS
without be "i(." few
". qualifying. a practice licks before the
The All-Navy Tourney is and copped honors in the
Jax entered in the National Public Links Golf top
Scarbrough, Jax Navy's gift golfers
) v planned for later in August at Tourney b Jax Navy's Bill doubles play. -
to golfdom, weathered 234 event are Dan Sikes, Tommy
NAS Glenview, Ill. The Inter Scarbrough, runner-up in last
.r Special Services also
.? holes of golf against the na- Jenkins and youngster Jimmy announced -
service Tournament will be Aug. years event. "Big Bill, a chief: ,
t. I tion's top amateurs in last Parks. with VP-16, hopes. to take all that intramural tennis
! I I 21-24 at Parris Island, S. C. the marbles: this year. play would begin this week.It. .

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,,25 July JAX AIR Page 7

IIAFPs I SPORTS !s' : h \ .f. p\ ': Four Sports Listed

I Deadlines For
Roundup : : Post Entry

I Fish and Prices await servicemen P'
I. t ,
Mainside Fall IM
entering the Tampa Tarpon ActivityThe

Tournament The Florida fishing

spree has a special Armed Forces .'i : .' 1 "S. 1957 Fall edition of Mainside's Intramural Ironman

category with four prizes worth Program will set in the offing a variety of four sports: golf,

almost $500, in addition to a shot bowling, touch football and volleyball. Opening dates vary,
from mid-August to late September.Entry .
at*total prizes valued at more
than $18,000. dates, as set forth by its trophy case and will* be gun-
athletic director Frank McCaf- ning for the fall links crown as
Buck up, Chuck, Tom Edison frey, are as follows: golf-August well.
flunked 958 times before hittingthe 2 1, with approximate starting date ,
jackpot on the light bulb of mid-August; bowling-August Runner-up finishes were tal-
lied by VA-172 in softball and
Change of scenery from Chicago 19, and it's expected to get under-
bowling and the Attack Squadronwill
if Pittsburgh a tonic for Dee way around September 9; touch
Fondy, with Dee batting at a football-September 3, with grid- be considered a definite
threat for fall honors if it enters .
plus-.400 clip since the May 1 iron action slated for September

swap Hot Rod Hundley is 16, and the late starter, volleyball competition.
taking basic at Ft. Hood Texas. 4 September 9 for entries, and

It was the first trip to the Lone September 23 to open action.
Star State for "everybody's All- IM Golf Meeting
IN LAST YEARS' Fall competition -
America. "KEEP IT WARMED UP" Is the remark Randy Russell, Administration took the To Be August 6
San Diego NTC (left) Is making: to Ed Brown during a recent practice session ofVPll's ,
broadjumperOscar golf title and went on to take the
Mainside champion Softball team. Brown, ace of the An organizational meetingfor
Bean leaped an amazing Patrolmen's mound staff, toed the rubber in last night's scheduled station championship. FAW-11
254%" last year, one-inch more showdown tilt with AGO School of NATJCenter for the All-Sta wound up top keglers VP-18 was the Mainside IntramuralGolf
than the National Interscholastic Uon Championship. The game was to have been held at NATTCtn- king of the grid-iron, and League, fall season will
record but the mark was not rec- ter's lighted diamond, No. 7 at 2000. Russell, who is robblnrBrown' NARTU the volleyball be held August 6 at 1000 in
arm, has been Brown's backstop through most of the Building 930.
because it occurred in
ognized a ;year. championship.This .
dual meet Harold Ridgley, is a continuanceof All representatives of teams
British Amateur finalist this year, the program year-round sports program expected to enter league play
AGO Cools For should attend this meeting.
a All-Air Force golfing conducted by both Main- It's expected competition will
champion. side and NATTCenter. The cham-

Stanley Frank Musial liTheMan" Center Softball TitleMainside pions of the respective' leagues begin NARTU August recently 19. copped the

rearranged the record clash at years-end for the, station summer competition.

book again with his 10th homer crown.
this year. It was the 362nd round champion VP-18 and Aviation Ground Officers Spring-summer Mainside com-

tripper for Stan in his major School, NATTCenter title-bearer, were scheduled to meet petition recently ended and 're-
league career and put him last night for the All-Station Softball Championship. sults irt Iron Man standings will Jax Braves Set

seventh on the list of all-time Results were not available at tion crown just once. be announced soon. -

homer-hitters. The book shows this time. Game site was the Some confusion resulted in VP-18 COPPED wins In soft- To Face Tigers
Babe Ruth topping the list at 714 diamond at NATTCenter. ,
lighted 1955 when AE School won the ball and bowling and is a threatto
followed by Jimmy Foxx with PRIOR TO game-time last in fall
league banner but was defeatedby capture further hpnors Columbia GemsThe
534, Mel Ott 511, Lou Gehrig, Tuesday afternoon, odds were the Marines in a playoff be- competition.

493, Ted Williams, 430 (as of scarce as hen's teeth around the tween the top three teams. NARTU added the golf title toFULL league leading Augusta;
June 6), and Ralph Kiner, 369. Station confines. Both clubs have Tigers make their final visit( of
Stan The Man could breeze past formidable lineups. the regular South Atlantic
Kiner's mark this year, but with to Jacksonvillewhen
VP-18 under the steady wingof season
Thumpin' Ted still slamming the hurler Ed Brown, went they face the Braves in a
next jump will be the hardest. I though Mainside competition as regular three-game series start-

One For The Record If the I through it owned it, hanging upa ing tomorrow at the new base-

Washington Senators think they I 14-1 record. VP-16 pinned the ball park. .

have troubles, they should con- only loss on the Patrolmen. Pacing the circuit at date of

sider the plight of the Kellogg I AGO School won the first-half this writing, Augusta's Detroit-
Central High School in Treadwell I championship in the NATTCenter affiliated club has been the prideof

(appropriate name), N. Y. The split season. Zeff Lazarus and the loop through most of this

Kellogg team lost its first game I Co. knocked off AE School, sec- season.

this year 35-0, the second 20-0, ond-half titlists; in the playoff f IKr The Braves have seen playingmuchimproved
the third 30-1, and the fourth was game Monday night, 5-2. ball of late andha'c
called at the end of four innings an eye on a fourth place
A TWO-RUN homer by Clint
with the score 37-0 against them. 1 position. They're currently head
Nelson in the sixth frame
Don Bowden of California is ing the second division.
wrapped the game up for AGO, LLi
America's first four-m 1 nut e which was considered the definite w Following the three-game

'miler. The 6'3", 160-pound Bowden underdog in pre-game prognosti- Augusta series, Columbia makesits
was clocked in 3:58.7: in the cations.In last regular season trek to

Pacific Association AAU meet at fact, it had been consideredat the Gateway City. They'll battle

Stockton, Calif., a tie for the one time to pit AE School in 44ja the Braves in a three-game

., third best time ever for the mile the All-Station game without a series, July 30-Aug. 1.

and seven-tenths off the world playoff with AGOG All night games at Jhe ball
record Jield by John Landy. It chucker. park start at 2000, with double-
Lazarus was the -
was the 12th mile under four headers getting underway at 18-
A cushion was pro-
minutes. Don's lap times were one-run : 30. Sunday tilts, begin at 1500.
vided him early in the game on a .
59.7, 61.1, 59.8 and 581. .
single by Cliff Faulkner, and ,

The Continental Army was from then on, the big boy was Freelancers Slate A

created on June 14, 1775, when never headed. All-Day ShootThe

the Continental Congress author- Jack Sipes also homered for -............-..,--....
ized 10 companies of infantry. the Ensigns. FOLLOW THROUGH Jack Harvey, (left) NAS Jar Jax Navy Freelance Bow-
AVIATION Electrician's Schoolwas golf professional, gives some pointers to AI "Tiny"Thomas, YN3, hunters held 'an intra-squad
of the NATTCenter Military Personnel Office, daring Instruction
second straight Broadhead round last Sunday.
aiming for a periods held each Tuesday: at the driving range. These lessons, designed -
Slim Field Set For Station title before being up-I to help beginners and part-time duffers, are open to NATT- Pat Porter led the field in the

ComFair Softball ended. The Sparkles defeated VP- Center personnel only. Open Division with a 430, and
18 in last year's dream game, Jim Casey took top honors In the 1
Three teams have entered with the winner carrying
81. away Handicap round with a 524.
the 1957 ComFairJax Softball AvFund VP18vie the coveted Station championshipsilver. The Bowhunters will hold an
addition the Sparks were
In j
Tournament which will begin all shoot
day next Sunday, start-
shooting for an unprecedentedsixth I j
play Monday straight NATTCenter soft- For Keg TitleThe Final standings for the Main- ing at 0900. The morning shoot
Besides the local FAU Com-
will consist of 39
ball title. During this successful side bowlers. a target big
Fair Jax team, the USS An- 1957 intramural bowling round. All winners will be
string the AE nine won the Sta- Tr.. W T. game
tietam (CVS-36)) and Carrier season was over last week with VP-18 a 22 determined by the raw score withno
Air Group Three will have Aviation Fundamentals School VA-172 55: 25 handicaps given.
Dependent Swim Class MARTD 53>> :28
teams presentAn sporting an undefeated 58-0 rec- Opera!COM SO 30Kasron The afternoon shoot will startat
organizational meeting Registration To CloseThe ord for a "first" in NATTCenter "C"109 47 47 33 33VFP6J 1300 and will consist of the
will be held July 29 in Room Special Services Depart- history. Special ServlCtf 47 33 universal broadhead with 28 tar-

118, Building 1 at NAS Jax and ment at NATTCenter announcedthis Mainside champion VP-18 ComFairJax.'A W-U 43 45 37VW4 35 gets. Classifications will be of the

all team representatives should week that its swimming closed it's season early with 58 Dispensary tl :16 41 39 34 Handicap and Open divisions.

attend. classes for dependents will be wins and 22 losses. VW-4 tl HI 39 4a* -
FAETU .19 41
The winner of this competition closed for registrations after, The two champions will meet VKP62 "S" M 42 Father: "What do you mean by
will enter the ComAir- Monday, July 29. for the All-Station bowling title OAR VF-m Officer 34.16 44 048 bringing my daughter home at

Lant Softball Tournament to All dependents desiring 'these Aug. 1 at the Mainside Alleys, at Communication .12 48 this hour'of the morning?"
Kasron 6 "A" 30 SO
be held at NAS Norfolk, be- lessons should contact Special 1830. VW-4 "Ot lcers" vt m Sailor: "Had to make an 0615

ginning August 12. Services prior to that date. The match will be best of five HoxpUal Waves 17 10 63 70 muster."




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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS ., 25 July 1957

I 1- Most Everyone 'Is Affected By Ivy Poisoning II i1ki'

(Second {in a series of hint affected to some degree. crushed leaves of one of the spreads the irritation. \h

for better end safer hot weather Such poisonous plants are three plants. 2. Eating leaves of the plants ,
the bane of outdoor workers. And, of course, there are in- affords protection. It doesn't.
living, through courtesy of There's even risk for garage stances of dog-lovers coming Death has resulted from this.

the National Safety Council.) mechanics, golfers-and dog- down with ivy poisoning after 3. Some persons are immuneto

Do you know how to protect lovers! petting Fido-who just fro- ivy poisoning. False, no one
against ivy poisoning? It's a In one year more than 2,000 licked in the stuff. is. Nor does immunity once insure fri
year-rou id hazard most com employees of the ConnecticutState Ivy poisoning is caused four future immunity,

mon during summer, accordingto Highway Dept. con- ways, the Council pointed out. 4. OTHERS CAN catch poison -
the National Safety Council tracted ivy poisoning, losing These include bodily contact ivy front your rash or

from two to five days of work. with any part of the plant, ex blisters. They can't-it's not i
Ivy poisoning Is a term used This despite a program of inoculations posure to smoke from the contagious.If .

1 to refer to skin irritation resulting eradication of road- burning plant, contact with you come in contact with 5
from contact with any side growths of the plants, and clothing or other objects that the poison, the Council said,
one of more than 60 varietiesof years of experience in detect- have been exposed to it, and wash the affected area five or

plants found in the United ing them. wading or swimming in water six times with plenty of laun- ,

States. THERE ARE cases on recordof containing its oil. dry soap and tepid water.
.. MOST PERSONS are immune garage mechanics gettingthe MANY POPULAR misconceptions Don't use a brush or- rough ,
to the biggest share of rash from working on an exist concerning the wash cloth. Self-treatment' can

them, the Council said. But auto that had come in contact three poisonous plants. Among be risky, so see a physician.
nearly everyone who touchesthe with the irritation-producing these are: "Above all, learn to known
three most commonly plants. Golfers, too, have 1. The blisters from ivy poi and avoid these hazards," the
known plants-poison ivy, poi I picked it up when they soning don't contain poison. Council said. "That's the best
son oak and poison sumac-is handled a golf ball that had They do. Breaking the blistersas protection."
BOW JEST Giselle D'Arc
lilt .. .... "- ...., ... Missile Emphasis displays an unusual use to
CREDIT UNION r which a bow tie ran be put.
Shapely Giselle, a Hollywood
DATAYour Alters Job Skills starlet, also shows off some Interesting
: uses for attire of a

savings (shares) earn a Predicting that the gradual more feminine sort.

dividend. Shares must be on deposit changeover in the Armed Forcesto

through Dec. 31. Deposits new type operations will resultin &mil1D:
made any month of the year will the closing of some installa-
draw dividends for a portion of tions, the Federal Employee'sNews
the year, since the dividend is ; Digest says employees of For Rent
2-Bdrm. Use Con to NAS & Cecil
calculated on a share ($5 or mul- the closed activities may find dif-
Field. Ext-570. (NAMTD).
tiple thereof) month basis. I ficulty in relocating in'the new
Interest Rates. a activities which will demand Story.
3-Bdrm. Home. 5766 Cedar Pk
Did know that over the special skills.
1l.T La. $130 Mo. Unfurn. EV-7-
years, most lending institutionshave ,. While the total number of de 5623. Harmon.For.
increased the rate chargedon : fense civilian jobs is not expectedto Sale

Joans but the Jax Navy Fed- -, change materially, the Digest 3-Bdrm. Horrie. GI Equity. Avail
eral Credit Union and most oth- believes
that "substantial
T/Sgt. William' Turner Gives Safely Aihkc; a number" Aug. 15. 5368 Royce Ave. (Lake
ers have maintained the same of employees may find themselves
Shore). EV-4-3551. Angelierl.
? The Federal Credit Union At USA of
Safelyville, out a job.
3-Bdrm. Use. $850 GI Equity. $65
Law the amount of interest
governs The increasing emphasis on
Mo. 4044 Jammes Rd. (Cedar
you're charged. You may re- missile and nuclear
programs Hills). EV41126. Barker.
( duce the amount by paying off Three Rs Spiced With Safety weapons, plus the fact that the 3-Bdrm. Hse. GI Equity. 4015
loan faster than originally
your new installations will
probablybe Angol PI (Cedar Hills). EV-8-
I agreed.Do located in distant areas, is at- 2038.
Are Taught At Vermont Base
You Know? tributed as the major reason for I 3-Bdrm. Use Two baths, Fla.

Most members have heard of SafetyvHle, USA (AFPS) This tiny town at Ethan Alien I the expected dislocation of employees room, Ig. cor. lot. 4820 AventDr.

Credit Union operations as a result AFB, Vt, is teaching pre-school children big lessons in safety,, ., Ortega Hills. EV-4.11 O.
of word-of-mouth recommendation Safetyville is a six-street toy town situated near the parade groundon While the Senate's action in Immediate Occupancy,
"The finest type ofadvertising' the air base. Everything in the play village is totsized.It restoring some of the cuts in the 0' *

as the grey flannel has small houses, stores, Defense budget for fiscal 1958,
will at- well as adult safety Jax Air
Madison Avenue groups.
boys on
churches. The streets are all which will permit some units to
test. A satisfied member is the paved. Each street is big enoughfor Children from nonmilitaryfamilies ', continue present operations, the (Continued from Pare 1))

biggest asset of a Credit Union. two children driving small in surrounding communities .. Digest quotes defense officials assaying Virginia Beach, Va., during the
Sure, with 6,000 members thereIs pedal cars to pass each other. are frequently invited tc, there are certain to be Forrestal's visit to Barcelona,
bound to be an occasio"af'tlifference the safety town. some layoffs during the next year. Spain. The air group is composedof
in opinion. The officers, Small traffic lights hang over-
the little motor- five squadrons and three de
members and office corners,
committee ists must obey regulation red tachments from five Air Stationson

personnel ing members.The to do. are a better continually job for striv-the stop teach signs.them Other night reflector driving safety signs I[ KNOW YOUR fmlWj PILOTS the East Coast.OF Heavy Attack

rules. Squadron One, flying A3D Sky-
Federal Government Says: warriors, returned to NAS Jax
"A Federal Credit Union is a The toy town grew from the -i Monday along with Attack
off-duty projects of several 14th _
association organizedin Gunner's MateD
cooperative Squadron 15, which uses AD Sky
accordance with provisions of Fighter Group airmen. T/Sgt.
raiders and Detachment 42, Light
Section Two of the Federal Credit John Andrews promoted and Photographic Squadron 62, which
Union Act of June 26, 1934. managed the construction. Air- flies F2H-2P Banshees.
men and civilian employees did
"The is to promote
4 purpose Pilots of Fighter Squadron 14
thrift among its members and the actual building. flying the F3II-2N Demon re-

create a source of credit for provident Ethan Allen traffic authoritiessay turned to NAS Cecil Field, same
a or productive purposes." the town has been so success- day as the Air Group One Staff
Members of the Credit Union at ful that other bases may set up i Oceana, Va., is the home base for
NAS Jax pride themselves in similar projects. two of the Forrestal's' squadrons

being a Federal Credit Union and State and local police aid the These are Fighter Squadron 84
wish to comply as outlined above, airmen in teaching the youngstersChief's flying FJ Furies and Attack
within provisions of the law. Squadron 76 which employs F9F!>
A Good Credit Union Slogan D Cougars.

"Not for profit, not for charity, NAS, Atlantic City will wel
but for service." (Continued from Page 1)) come back Detachment 42 of All
met; acting promptly and decisively Weather Attack Squadron 33
} to insure that necessary which flys AD-5N's. Detachment
N RT services and equipment were 42 of Airborne Early Warning
Nt available when required. Squadron 12 will return to NAS,
+ 'O'R'' 1P1 M FIJO "Assigning and directing the Quonset Point, R. I.
men assigned to you as hosts with mxWTICTOKS Approximately 500 enlisted
L NA eNF sun CMS um tone
unusual tact and discretion; voluntarily Of WX NATION,AGAINST personnel returned Tuesday in
Rl l o 0L working long hours dur- INIM AGGKSSOHS. THC CUNNH'S six giant transports from Norfolk,
T R L NLl ing this period to insure the wel- HAH QnHATlS MAINTAINS AND after the Forrestal had docked
rmrrii RA C fare and enjoyment of the guestsof KfAtKS All THE SMALL AIMS, there .
+ R C VS your command. lAm NAVAL HUNS AND WlfMlNT American evolution
o conduct is in keeping The be
with the finest traditions of the HANDLE AND STORE ALL AMMUNITION gan April 19, 1775, with the bat-

(Answer to Page 3 Puzzle) Naval Service, and reflects credit my ALSO mm TRAIN AMsmxanst ties of Lexington. and.Concord.
upon you and through you, this m CM cutws. aILUs1
Capt. John Paul Jones led a I command. I take great pleasure Amelia Earhart began the first
In for exemplary solo flight across the North Atlantic
raid on British ships at White commending you your
by a woman, May 20, 1932.r .
of duty"
22 1782. performance
haven, England, April ,