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: August 1, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Essex Is Fifth r Carrier T 0Call -

Mayport 'Home Base'.

{ J Al. ; P ? I w The fifth aircraft carrier to call NAAS Mayport "home,"
the USS Essex (CVA-9)), is expected to arrive at the :May-

port Carrier Basin! today.The ._ u_ .
Essex, culminating a 14,000
world's largest warship, is also at
mile Bruise from San Diego via I
Mayport, making three of UncleSam's
Cape Horn, joins the USS Lake
huge warships in the May-
Champlain, USS Saratoga, USS
port waters this week. I
Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the
The FDR is presently operating
USS Antietam, all operating out
I in the Mediterranean, while the
of Mayport.
Antietam is in Florida waters operating
TilE USS LAKE Champla
out of NAS Pensacola
(CVA-39)), has just'returned froma
.-0' ..0-.___'. Mediterranean The Antietam is based at May
38,000 mile
ARRIVING IN .JACKSONVILLE Wending Its way through the Atlantic enroute to NAAS cruise during! which the carrier port until permanent facilities
I Mayport is the USS Essex, which is expected to arrive at its new home base today The Essex, fifth I viewed 11 and six countriesin are available at Pensacola.
carrier to call Mayport "home," will have completed a; 14,900-mile cruise from San Ditto, Cal., vU The Essex, under command of
the Cape Horn route. six months. The USS Saratoga, Capt. Earl Eastwold, departedSan

Diego June 21 for the trip

around South America and Cape

J1IX Horn During her 41 day cruise, the

crew enjoyed a last look at the

Pacific side of the Western

I Hemisphere with a weekend

stop at Panama, Canal Zone and

Valparaiso, Chile.
VOL-15 No. 17 U. S. N., A. S. Jacksonville, Ha 1 August 1957 ship's company received libertyin

the beautiful city of Rio de

Urgent AppealFor Local NROS Janeiro, Brazil, before makingthe
last leg of a long and much

'0' Type To Allow anticipated The Essex cruise.joins the Atlantic l

Fleet after 15 years as part of the
Blood MadeAn a Full Credits Pacific Fleet and is proud of her

outstanding WWII and Korean.
urgent appeal for Type 0 ,A recent ruling from BuPers, record.

blood to make up a deficit of effective July 1, has authorized Shortly after commissioning in

more than 200 pints now owed u; Naval Reserve Officers' School 1942, this flattop was called

the Navy account in the Jackson- w1'; Jacksonville to give full corre- "Queen of the Fleet," first in a

ville Blood Bank is made by Capt. spondence course credit to all new class of carriers which repeatedly -

J E. Fulghum, senior medical reserve officers completing the threw devastating air

officer of NAS Jax. corresponding NROS course. i attacks against the Japanese.IN .

In making the appeal, Capt. The credit is open to all Navy, 1947, after steaming 233,419

Pulghum stated that an unusually Marine, Coast Guard, Wave and miles, the Essex was decom-

large demand, coupled with some li Navy Nurse officers missioned.

sliding off of donations, had 5 jj THIS CHANGE in regulation With outbreak of hostilities ii\

"shot the Navj's credit" at the makes the regular classes held Korea in 1950, she was remodeled

Blood ,Dank. ,I each Monday night, beginning and recommissioned to

NAS military and civilian per- I 1ra Sept.: 9, '1957, an attractive meth- Join ,Task Force 77 in Korean

sonnel who qualify as donors are od for such reserve officers to waters.'
asked to report at 0800 next meet their promotion and retire- Dack in action, the Essex established -

--- --- ment credit requirements.The new records and, with
Wednesday, Aug. 7, to Ward A
of the Dispensary. The Jackson DESIGNERS Finalists have been chosen in the required course arrange- each mark, an appropriately dec-
VA-104 Helmet Design Contest recently) completed. Looking at (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
ville Bloodmobile will be aboard ment has also been modified giv-
their creations are, (left to right( ) Ltjg( ) Joe Haggard, Ensign
the Station from 0800 until noon Stan Afek and Ltjg( ) Tom Morey. During the contest, dozens of ing more latitude to all officers
Capt. Fulghum also revealed designs were submitted and the three most popular were actuallyput in selection of courses according
on pilots' helmets. The designs feature white and international Captain Takes
to rank or
that Aug. 28 is being set asideas
orange. Final judging occurs next week when a squadron detach.
Fleet Air Jax Day when Fleet ment returns from ED School at Norfolk, Virginia. Comdr. George Purdy, at

(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4) FLanders 9-5067, can give full Over Reins .
In Accord With Defense details of the new change or interested -

officers may visit the Of VFP-62

272 FOI.E44dvallCClnCllt. NROS Summer Faculty meetings
Personnel Cuts ScheduledIn Monday night at The Bolles A captain became the sixth

School, 7400 San Jose Blvd. commanding officer of Light '

OR, ADDITIONAL informationcan Photographic Squadron 62 at
Minds have been working
Officers Draftee RanksThe NAS Jacksonville last Friday
overtime these days, as the also be obtained from Com-

month of August is upon us, manding Officer, Navy and Ma- Capt. Edwin,Kiem, believed to

bringing with it examinationsfor Navy will cut its personnel by 1,635 officers and rine Reserve Training Center, be the first officer of his rank

advancement in rating. 13,365 enlisted men in the next six months, in accordancewith (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) ever to take over the reins of a

With the E-4 examinations, Defense Secretary Wilson's order to the armed servicesto Jacksonville squadron, relieved

which were given this mornIng chop 100,000 men from their rolls by the end of the year. WEEKEND TIDE Comdr. Martin MacNair, skIpper
272 people from NATT- I of VFP-62 since November 1955.
The Marine Corps will lose 900 curement programs nIGH LOW
Center were qualified for ad- -AM COMDR. MACNAIR has been
officers and 9,100 enlisted men. COMMENCING IN November PM AM PM
vancement. ordered to the USS Bennington a*
Examinations for E-5 will The Navy plans to affect the reduction Reserve officers serving under Fri. 12:34: 1:14: 6:45: 7:29: executive officer.
by the early release of Sat 1:34 2:16 7:46 8:38
obligated service will be releasedup : : : :
be given August 6, and E-6 on
In of the
charge Navy's photographic
8. Junior reserve officers, and slow- to three months early, and all Sun 2:37: 3:19: 8:47: 9:40:
schools at NAS Pensacolafor
ing down the various officer pro- twice passed over Reserves will
the past three years, Capt.
be released with four months --
notice instead of at the end of the Kiem received his promotion on
Retailers Said To Be fiscal year.Reserve r- : July 25 of this year. He assumed
command of VFP-62 on the. day
I warrant officers are : of his 40th birthday.
On also slated for early release to in- t yS :
Spying Exchanges active duty. And temporary offi- Capt. Klein was commissioneda
naval aviator in 1938 as the
cers in grades of commander,
of his cadet class
receiving -
Retailers are said to be using ceived considerable discussion on lieutenant commander, and lieutenants the appointment a few

infiltration methods to discreditthe Capitol Hill where the Senate in the promotion zone for 2a days after his 20th birthday. A
lieutenant commander in fiscal
military exchange system by Appropriations Committee has native of Brooklyn, he participated .
1957 will be retired or reverted to
expressed concern over plans to in
"Black Cat"
"detectives" onto basesto many op.
sending permanent status.A
increase the and activitiesof
scope erations member of VP-11
a as a
make purchases at commissaries minimum notice, of four ?
the exchanges. : th j before and invasion
and ? ;: :r t during the of
exchanges package The Committee's blast at the months will be given wherever Guadalcanal
liquor stores.A possible. ,
policy of assigning military per. HE ALSO saw action in ten
dispatch sent from Washington sonnel to the exchanges as an STARTING IN OCTOBER, enlisted major battles during the South
in late June warning of the "unwarranted waste of the tax- selective service personnel and Central Pacific campaigns.
tactics which foes of the system will be released after
payer's money" h said to be dou- completing VFP-Q2; the Navy's only East
may be using is quoted by .Navy ble-edged, as payment of salaries approximately 19 months of sere Coast carrier photo reconnais

Times as calling for increasedcare from profits would reduce the ice, provided they would be due sance squadron and in its eight

compliance with existing funds now available for Special for release in March 1958. En- and one-half year history has
regulations for the system. Services and other activities paid listed men of low professional .
grown to number some 589 enlisted
The Exchange system hu: re. from exchange profits, (Pleas, turn to Page 8, Col. 1) skipper. men and 83 officers


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Published every Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities. at Naval Air All Saints' Chapel
Station, Florida
NAS, atlL.osm. Sunday, August <4< I JM1a.
Domdr. Robert II. Smith __ .__ ... Commanding Officer school, three
Comdr.: L. 11. Williamson I .?....:..:..:..:::::::::::::::::::::::_....::-.:::. Executive Officer 0930 Sunday 4I
heel Air JackiioBvlU year-olds through adults, Bldg. '
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer .'.____.__ Commander 722 Service of Divine Worship, f .
Chief of Staff ; a..
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. .
Fleet Air WU* Elena Chaplain Osman. a
rapt. Sidney I R. LawrenceCumdr. __ Commander 1100 Service of Divine Wor- ""
T. S. While Chief of Staff fir; ;r wqc
Naval Air Techaleal Training Center ship, Chaplain Bartlett. 3 fra
Capt. Charles I* Moore. Jr. Command) Officer 1900 United Fellowship of
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman __ Executive Officer
Xa .l hospital Protestants, Bldg. 804.
Capt. Benjamin N. Commanding Officer 5
AhI" Monday, August
Capt.: Marcy Shupp __ __ Executive Officer
NAUTD 1930 Singspiration, Bldg. 722.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer August 6
Comdr William E. Hardy __ KxccuUve Officer Tuesday,
1900 Teen-age Fellowship,
The JAX AIR NEWS is pubiihdat the U. S. Naval Air Station.
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially: with appropriated fundsat : Bldg. 722.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS l'-35, RPV. August 8 '
Thursday, { b
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the I
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the 1915 All Saints' Chapel rehearsal s
U. S. Naval Hospital. k
Service Information Officer ,., r.t. Dave Decslcy All Saints'. wt.ss _
Managing Editor Andrew II. Planey St. Edward's Chapel & ___
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack Schedule of Masses '
Holmes, PHI Lynn Weldman. JO3 John h bell, JOSN; lien Sylar, SA; ,. ... ,
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Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore. PHX Sunday, August <4< 311:1WIIO'S :
CRYING? Lcdr. J. F.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service 0630 Naval Hospital (left) recently
AFI'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe with NAS Operations, accept/ crying towel from Lt DavMBeesley
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other 0800, 0900, 1000 St. Edward'sChapel. Service Information Officer, whom he relieves
matter Editor, JAX except AIR by NEWS.service publications, Is prohibited without permission of As an experienced photographic fleer'Lcdr. Kirklichter knows today

Editorial' offices located Main Administration Building phone extension Daily all the problems involved In who gets how many prints and whr
8346 216 or 8164. Friday so why should he cry? And Lt. Btesley, who goes to the FUR
1200 Tuesday through after three months AMO School at Memphis, Tenn., is happy with
For Classified Employees his new assignment. So who's crying

0800 St. Edward's, Satur-

Pay Raise Of 11 Percent I. days. Baptisms V A-I 04, VA-34, VF-43, VP-16 Report

O Sundays after 1000 Mass.*

Gets House Group OkayA .Slight 1 Cats. I Foreseen Scouting Squadrons

For 11 Navy Yards VA-I04 the brass ;
flat 11 percent pay raise bill for classified employees has been I I I off all evidenceof
The Hell's Archers said
at 11 good and hewed
employment down
age the heretofore
sent to the floor by the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee -
naval shipyards is seen to be bye to another old timer this I invincible youth of the enlisted -
while another bill providing for a 7.5 percent raise has been
the Senate committee.The sliding downward for the next week when Ltjg) Dan Clodfelterleft I ranks.
approved by
three months, in a forecast made the Navy for civilian life. I Lcdr. Norm Berree folded his

House measure while providing move on the pay raise bills as by the Bureau of Ships. Dan and his wife, Lois, were to tent and slipped not so silently
an 11 percent increase, im- be partied by the squadron on
soon as the Senate clears the The Navy recently revealed that I away. Amid greening festive

poses a limit of $1,000 for any civil rights legislation, to have the shipyards' work force would Saturday prior to their departurefor boards and purple oratory, the
one employee. It would be effective their home in Ohio. I
any chance of overriding a Presi- be reduced by some 2,100 civilian I new exec waved his goodbye. The

Sept. 1, dential veto, the legislation employees by Dec. 31, with an- The Archers also bid a temporary II Berree clan will settle itself! in

TIlE 7.5 PERCENT pay increase would have to be cleared by other undetermined number laid I farewell to another officer the vicinity of the Marine Corps

approved by the Senate committee Congress at least 10 days before off from various BuShips activi- I Ltjg) Doug McCrimmon, I School, Quantico, Va., for the

would cost $348 million and adjournment.If ties over the next six months. :squadron Weapons Training Officer 1 duration of a nine-month course.

be effective immediately. in who departed for five
approved less than that I VF-43 recently claimed the

Both bills retain the $16,000 I time, the President could merely I Lower FHA Kales I weeks of schooling in Norfolk. first place trophy for the Mam-

ceiling on GS-18 jobs, but the : pocket the legislation as he did Ltjg) McCrimmon brings the side Intramural swim meet
several Held Up Til Fall number of TAD pilots to 14 and
Senate bill would increase the I years ago and Congress George Doerffel, AN, took two

number of super-grade jobs by would have no chance to over- "Inflationary dangers" are leaves only 12 home to "mind individual trophies-for the 50-

399, including 258 GS-16s, 101 GS- I ride. preventing the administrationfrom the store." meter free style and the 50-meter

17s and 40 18s. In addition, 255 OTHER,BILLS approved by the putting into effect lower Congratulations go to Dick backstroke.. Ltjg( ) George Pauley

scientific and professional jobs Senate would raise annuities of rates on FHA mortgages per- Hukka, YN3, who was chosen to wrapped a large hand around the

would be added, 101 in Defense. 250,000 retired government worker missable under a housing bill play for the ComFairJax All- diving award.

The more liberal House com- and halt the decline in Federal recently signed by the Presi- Stars in the ComAirLant Soft- Welcome aboard goes to Almond .

mittee bill was approved despite employee life insurance policy dent. ball Tourney, which got under- Holley, AN, who comes to

warnings that it would cause values after an employee reachesage The picture may change this way Monday, July 29. 43 from Groveland, Fla, via San

deficit financing which would be 65. Under present law the fall for servicemen and vet- '. Diego NTC, Norman, Okla., Av-

"devastating" to the national value declines 2 percent a month erans buying homes, who at VA-34 Fund School and NATTCen'er'

economy. If both bills are passed after age 65 until it reaches 25 present must make a down Attack Squadron 34 flew ten of Jax AvElectronics.

by Senate and House, differences percent of the original policy payment of 5% up to a limitof the squadrons A4D Skyhawksout e

a will have to be ironed out with value. $17,200. Under the housingbill to the USS Saratoga. (CV A-

chances that the lower figure of The new bill would provide a the administration could 60)) July 18.However. VP-16
FHA VP-16 is in the midst ot an ad-
the Senate bill will be used.EISENHOWER one percent monthly decline in payments to bad weather limitedthe
3% on. the first 10,000, 15% A4Ds ministrative inspection that com
PRES. policy value after age 65 and halt to one launch,
has already -
on the next menced Wednesday with a per-
the drop at 50 percent of original $6,000 and 30% on In all, 23-touch-and-go land-
given strong indications he policy value. the remainder up to $20,000.() ) ings and 25 arrested landingswere sonnel inspection. The Jax Navy
would veto raise
any pay legisla- band was on hand to provide
tion. While Senator Lyndon John recorded. This brief ship- S. J. Law
marching mush\
son, (D-Tex.), chairman of the CROSSWORD- PUZZLE FCLP board sojourn completed 1,751 rence, Capt. T. S. White aDd Lt.

Senate Post Office and landings accomplished
/ACRO'S impeding
7 s I" ,. a 1& without E. S. Welch, were the \
incident in
Service Committee the past 60
plans to
: '*
1 Stop lsl 1:) a If/' - days. officers.
7-On* who maxi. of
--.. The Blue Blasters departed en Saturday night, the officers
All-Florida It-Captivate. II' entertained their
Company 14-Guarantee masse to Guantanamo Bay for the squadron
anlnat W-; [U // 15 unrestricted bombing wives' sweethearts and friends
Leaves For 'Bool'Jacksonvillearea IS-Near) / practice, Club
If-TrMPUI oa I" a 2J July 28. v a party held at the Officers
II-8naN ::0' pool. The couples enjoyed dinner,
Navy recruit- II-Tear 10
11-Two (poet) : VF43Congratulations swimming I and entertainment
ing efforts within the last month CompaM polat24B1wa.Nb
have resulted in the formation toe s"UuW v/V/: .. ., are in order to supplied by the club.

ot-the"Florida Homecoming Com- {I-nowcHnthreb / M I'r--" r'l11' ? John Gattari, worthy recipient of Frank Manly SDI, has been

pany," which will leave for Great 11 Babylonian" .. IC V .. VF-43's planecaptainofmonthaward selected .'stewardofthemontnat

Lakes NTC this weekend to be- deity -J t- r- for July. Gattari was I the BOQ. Manly was selected
i Paean .. and
gin recruit,training.The 11:Brfern r' rw chosen by the line officer and for his efficiency, neatness

Florida group, one of 19 3a-Float :.. "' .. ,. petty officers. Alert, cheerful courtesy while performing hIs

states to form a company, will 17 Ortest Breed of eat .. .. I performance of line duties sums duties at the BOQ.
help the Great Lakes Training 4lirlntW'aawur. g I up the many factors taken into New men in the squadron are
II account in the choice. and Ensign
Center celebrate its 52nd sJri Lcdr Robert Ambrosa
sary as a training anniver-I >-eats .p _... ear.w.rwr.n..a. I For VF-43 this means' greater Fredrick Herring. Lcdr. Am
44-:Uohaaamedantlllo .- efficiency AW-
Area dignitaries and local press, I -.ua lI'-' .. Gattari
radio and TV representatives I -Ro.a-red 43-la.eet att ,I-A eebUaut U-so. ofJldam a7-Tableland also received a 24-hour ship Squadron-4, Elizabeth City'N.
have been Invited to Great t.akes' -4(0 by Mate, 4-Deanow collectively U4 -Treated pass.Two J., and Ensign Herring from

for the October review of the ($J-4rwdii I-lltoo. .Utrv'un 1-CIiI1DM rarixm '- ,:t-Pertalnlnc to S8Cent, weeks ago, the oddsmakerswere NAS Hutchinson, Kan.

graduation when the Florida com- l tl Departure 7-Notll: .)((' .. u-v..mat_ since David felled Goliath. most effectivecode
pany will graduate. Testindet: t7-jog letters During The shortest,
a -... U t.J e'r yt8e i the early afternoon of is a kick under the
*- =: U-Anett..nt Creet40'a '" an message
!How come didn't laugh l adherent .t theatre otherwise average Wednesday, a table.
you II-C ...
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DOWN ItRea4. SS-Osup. ..... worm turned. The officers' .
when the CO told that story? -- U-a.... .o, I-CanIYW'4Mle v. .t soft-
_l1-n. .. (a\w. ball scraps
t-Scarcttr .eJicH ) wrecking household
1 didn't have, to, rye been snaanaaat 1 crew severed a Never waste the

transferred. (Answer to Punle on Pare S) record string of ignominious de- open the windows'and let

feats. Playing with wild abandon, neighbors hear them.



August 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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a Retired Officer

Trio Boasts 94


Years ServiceThree

Sx. S =, ii :J +( 'LI 7 4 NAS Jax officers retired -

a last Friday with an aggregate -

I 4& military service of 91

IIT\\ t i' Ia3 1 with years,a including Canadian "heavy four years artillery

; Iik i Force unit during and WWI.the !Royal Air

+ } P + _ In spite of rain, a ceremony for
kY 41H rB xi <
the three, carefully planned by

the Station command, took placeon

.. -. ...,_ FM.Q. ".<,
UNIQUE AND ELABORATE CEREMONY An elaborate fertmODY, planned for the retirement ., three officers of HAS "as: wu friends and families of the retiring -
thwarted by Friday' rains and had to be moved Inside. Restaged In foyer of the Ad Building Capt. Eric lIoar, (left) Ledr. Frane'' officers.
"lynn, (center) and Comdr F. 1. Livingston were piped over the side In the presence of friends and members of their families. The IN THE office of the commanding .
three oflken had a combined total or senlr.e of H years.F .
officer of NAS Jar,

Living Costs Pay Raise FeatlresMarines' retirement Comdr. R. orders H. Smith were to read Capt.by

1 IKE OKAYS SS Eric lloag, senior dental officer

Enlisted Symposium here since June 1956; Comdr. F.
F J J. Livingston, of Operations, and
1 Bolstering their recommendations for pay increases commen- bill permitting disabled Lcdr. Francis Flynn, administration -
surate with the cost of living index in the current upward economy
servicemen to start drawing officer in the NAS Dispcn-
trend, 31 enlisted Marines hammered home to Headquarters the
I social security at the age of sary
necessity of a continuing study to keep tab on living cost problems.
50, if the only other govern- At the close of this part of the

I The Marines, accompanied by punishment. ment money they are getting ceremony, the three officers pro-
their wives the
second annual, were staff attending non-commis- Brig rules, they said, were far from the disability is Veterans ceded down the Ad. Building

too easy, and more surprise In- Administration compensation, staircase at the foot of which
sioned the Marine
symposium at
spector General inspections were has been signed by President they were piped over the side

.. .,.. .., J Corps Schools, Quantico, Va. I recommended, with an enlisted Eisenhower, according to The through a distinguished phalanxof
The first helda
With The symposium was I member included on the inspection Navy Times. sideboys which included Capt.
year ago at the request of the I team. The new bill might tend to J. E. Fulghum, Capt. Murray

ToastmastersThe I Cordiner Committee, now dissolved The inspections should be com- make VA compensation more Anderson, Capt. Jack McCurdy
to make recommendations
I I pletely unannounced, they said, profitable than military retire- Comdr. Charles Beaumeister

three Station Toastmasters I ice.for improving careers in the serv- and the Corps should return to ment benefits. Comdr. R. J. Martin, Comdr. W.

Clubs will once again send their I the system of reading off courts There are several strings on C. Mitchell, Lcdr. Joseph Klock-
I Quarterly adjustments com- martial prisoners at chow forma- the new benefit and it prob- enkemper, and Lcdr. G. S. Hoi-
best speakers to vie for the fur- muted rations to be based on the
lined gavel in the Area Speech of index ably means less to career peo ton.ON
cost living and reduc- tion.Another
recommendation was ple than to short-timers, stated DEPARTING from the Station -
Contest to be held Saturday at tion of prices in the commissarystores I .
the Times article. where they have completed
the Mayflower Hotel. that retirement pay should be
were also highly rec from income tax. their final active duty, Capt.
The best orators from six Jack- ommended. As a luxury item exempt ,
Hoag and Mrs. Hoag plan retire-
sonville area clubs will be bat more swimming pools were rec- 'r. barlq,,,,,. II a..wre ,.l1! r i L IA' ment in Mexico City; Comdr.
for the fur-lined ommended.All .
gavel, now and Mrs. Livingston, with their

owned by Sgt. Don Muller of in all, the group came up young son, David, will retire in

Mar-Navy-Easy 7, and also for with 82 recommendations to im- Phoenix, Ariz. Where the former

further competition in regional prove their life in the Marine officer plans to study for a teach

eliminations. Corps. Among them was tougher ing career, and Lcdr. and Mrs.

Competing Clubs include the military discipline, with revisionof Flynn will remain in Jacksonville

Jax Navy Toastmasters (Officers the Code of Military Justice where they own their home.In .

), Mar-Nav-Easy 7 (Enlisted), permitting commanding officersto the meantime, Capt. Macy

Navy Jax Civilian Toastmasters, serve up bread and water Martin, former officer-in-charge

Bell Telephone, State Farm In- of Dental Detachment Marine
meeting held at the CPO Club
and NAS Cecil Field
surance i Corps Schools, Quantico Va. has
Toastmasters. last week, 30 members and five
relieved Capt. Hoag.
guests were in attendance.
Representing the three local Capt. Martin is a native of
clubs and chosen their fellow Paul Reeves was toastmasterand
by Indiana where in 1922 he grad-
members, will be Ltjg( ) Gene Howard Heck presented the _
_# .. uated from the School of Dentistry
Guazzo, with Lt. Col. Emanuel table topics. Tippy Chaffm spokeon S ; ; .sri /. S \ I ., : Indiana University. Aftera

Timm alternate from Jax "Silent Communications" and .
as period of six years spent in
Phil McCready on "Loyalty.
Navy Toastmasters; Sgt. Don
private practice, he entered the
Tony Cocco was voted best speaker
Muller of Mar-Navy-Easy 7, with Navy in 1928 by competitive ex-
of the week for his speech on
Harv Harville alternate and
as ; amination. By odd coincidence he ,
Forrest of Civilians "The Pros and Cons of Franklin
Ray Navy has relieved Capt. Hoag twice
with Carl McCranie alternate. D. Roosevelt" which included
as during his Naval career, as Dental --
imitations of the late president'svoice.
Club officials will gather tonIght Officer, Atlantic Fleet, in
at the CPO Club to complete DISPLAYS PHOTO GALLERY Capt. Macy Martin, (left) 1953, and now as Senior Dental
Area A highlight of the meeting was senior dental officer at NAS Officer NAS Jax.
final details for the who has relieved Capt. Eric Hoar; as ,
Contest. Speakers will not know Cocco's twelfth and final basic Dispensary, admires his processor's "art gallery" of autographed Lcdr. Charles Carter, reportinghere

their subject until noon Saturday. training speech, the first memberof photos of Navy friends. Now retired, Capt. Hoajr and his wife planto from the Bureau Of Medicineand
the club to do so. A certificateof go to Mexico City. Capt. Martin arrived here from Marine Corps
Schools, Quantico, Va., where he was officer in charge of the Surgery, has relieved Lcdr.
proficiency will now be issued detachment. Flynn administration officerin
Navy Civilian Toastmasters selected dental as
t him by Toastmasters International the NAS
their representative and Dispensary.
r Santa Ana, Calif. .
alternate for the Area Speech Services Save Nation MoneyBy +
Bob Larson, also a member of
Contest Saturday at Tuesdaynight's
u gathering at Jack Jones the club, received his certificate I Of CommoditiesMilitary Moonlight Cruise
few while memberof Exchange
a a
Restaurant. Ray Forrest will years ago
t another club before MarNav Set For Officers
carry the banners in the contest, services have saved Joe Taxpayer over $25 millionin

n with Carl McCranie as his alter- Easy-7 was organized.Ed the past six months through a mutual exchange of commodities, A full moon, music and the St.
Gottlieb acted as general
nate. according to the first report of the Interservice Supply Support Johns River "showboat" the Nau-
evaluator for the meeting and
Tuesday night's session was attended -
d Committee released recently in Washington. tican, will provide the setting fora
by a goodly crowd, with Ralph Davies as the "Ah and Er"
d three speeches highlighting the counter. Many members an- A voluntary Department of De- offered.In party being arranged for the
NAS Jax.
s program. Carl McCranie spoke on nounced their intentions of attending fense program, the ISSC was
a recent case, a Navy inven- The Nautican
will the
Jim Leggetton the area speak-off con- carry
"Problem Solving"; formed in January to provide for
e, "Success"; and Lawton Greenon test with their wives to be held tory manager needed $450,000 party from the BOQ pier at
; the complete interchange of mil- worth of GI He knew the
"Novice Speaker's Greatest at the Mayflower Hotel Satur- cans. 2000, August 9, cruise the St.

r Enemy." day evening, Aug. 3. tary assets, eliminating surplusesand other services used the same type Johns and return at 2300. The

Walt Stanul headed a panel of, The area secretary, Harv Har saving time and money. of can. party is being sponsored by

evaluators, which included Ernie yule, stated that members of all Members from the Army, Navy, Checking, he found that the FAW-11 and promoted by VP-16.

..n Newberg, Tom Forrest and Rod clubs should contact their re Marine Corps and Air Force sit Air Force could spare the cans, Entertainment will be providedby

Pinney. Ray Forrest was Toastmaster spective club secretaries for on the committee. and placed his orders with that the Billy Pippin Trio to accommodate

with Dick Silbernagel as further information and reserva- Operations for the committeeare branch of the service rather than couples wishing to dance.

e topic master. tions for the event. carried out by the ISSC Rec with the manufacturer.The For those interested in exerciseof

lePs for ... in This committee that a different sort, set-ups will
Next meeting is scheduled ---- ords Office Washington. points out ,

Tuesday August 6 at the Cum- The U. S. Army, in the Mexi office insures that the services in this entirely service-sponsored be provided.

berland Road Community Center can War, was deployed for the check with each other before program, united effort has pro Officers interested in attend.

first time at great distances. beyond buying material, and that they duced a sound, workable proce- ing should contact Lt. G. II. Gil.

At the MarNav Easy-7 luncheon the frontier. use each other's.material when dure for interservice cooperation. liam of VP-16 at extension 636.1 r


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| Vacation Bible School Deemed Success !IA '< x

daily attendance average of groups, they later went to sep- some of the 41 teachers and
175 children attended the vaca- arate classrooms for Bible study helpers who devoted their timeto

tion Bible school conducted at the classes. The older groups were making the program a success.
NAS Chapel July 15-26, under read a different character study Commencement exercises were
the direction of Chaplain J. A. each day by Mrs. Mary Blalock.A held in the chapel at 1930 on frI-

Davis. JUICE and cookie break day, July 26, and parents attending -
Children ranged in age groups came at 1015, and at 1100 the had an opportunity to see and :
from 3 to 14 year-olds, and ob- children began handwork projects hear the children's accomplish Q\4 S

viously enjoyed.this continuationof under the supervision of I ments. :4YdlSr

the regular Sunday School pro- .-.....,....',:....,.,..,...,..., .... .-.", ', .,n."' ,',.".'-- '" ... '<," .' ..".,....,.....'..."'" :
gram. !. ; > } .:1
1r ;.;; >
;) .
GATHERING outside the chapel .., .:.'i*{>'.. J '.j
at 0900, the children were assembled : ::
in line by volunteer tf
teachers and workers and
marched inside for a brief call

to worship period conducted by ct
Mrs. Anne Davison.

Divided into pre-school, pri-

mary, junior and Intermediate __ v vN..o'N. ..TA..Ho..... .".. .......,m....'.......,, ............ ... .owm ..w

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL While older children of the
Vacation Bible School give the pledge to the flag along with
Duval Cancer teachers and helpers, youngsters In the front pews of All Saints'
I Chapel present a delightful study of youthful reaction and expression *
t as each dispose of the ceremony in his or her own way
Unit At War Children later adjourned to separate age group classrooms for

With '!(iller' NATTC Continues

The research attack on cancer
may be described as having High Re-Up Rale

reached a "new era"-an age of
opportunity. Important strides !
have been made in fundamental ... PROM
research. HANDICRAFT PROJECTS A period of time each day was
Units of the American Cancer set aside for handicraft projects at the Vacation Hlble School
aboard the Station. Shown amidst nails hammers
and dripping
in Florida contributed what
Society just
paint brushes, some of the boys and girls pause for a moment (.
$142,674 to this national research receive further instructions from Kenneth Girkey, teacher. Mrs. J i
program during 1956, a consid- Girkey is at rear holding finished lllble bookcase. A dope
erable portion of which was spent drugs to I
for experiments and research car- Outscore Other Children a dumb I
ried on at Florida universities.In ordered.

addition to this, the Amer-
ican Cancer Society unit in Duval Study Shows Frequent ShiftsNo know what

County carries on a diversifiedand is like.

far-reaching program to as- : do, but you
To Service KidsMembers
sist cancer sufferers.It Handicap the benefit
assists in financing estab- been inside
lishment of Loan and Gift Clos- of the Armed Forces needn't fear that frequent
ets and Bandage and Dressing changes of station will cause their children tofall behind in (

stations for use df indigent can- school.That construct a
cer cases. It pays for room and was the conclusion of a study by Lemos L. Fulmer, professor word 'ar-
board for ambulatory indigent of education at Louisiana State University. 400.'I
out-patients receiving treatmentat PROFESSOR FULMER, an Air ( ) : have ar-
were slightly brighter as a group
the approved Tumor Clinics. force Reserve colohel, paid C
than the students.He .
Cancer Seminars are supportedin youngsters who had made the
said the argument that mov-
most changes scored highest on force
co-operation with the State police
Health Department which achievement tests in a school near ing interferes with a child's edu- .
Barksdale AFB, La. cation is based usually on studies
ports and operates the Cancer Information in a patrol
Children of military personnel : of children of migratory laborers.
Center in Jax. desperate
out-scored other students on ex- i These youngsters, he said, would :
Duval County office of the car was
ams testing their knowledge of probably do poorly even if they
:American Cancer Society is lo- deserted
arithmetic were able to remain in the same
reading, English
cated at 439 West Duval Street, hour, what .
Jacksonville, and is administeredby raphy and history.
Miss Ruth Zimmer, executive Children who had gone to six FURTHER RESEARCH will be reply.
director. schools scored highest, followedin needed, Professor Fulmer said, to

order by pupils who had at- determine whether the conclu- "
sions of his limited experimenthold : '?
tended five, four and three
.,Navy Troupe schools. up as a general rule. It is : the differ-

AN INTELLIGENCE test likely, he said, that further study
showed the Air Force youngsters will prove change of schools to :

Participates be beneficial. : ;
Professor Fulmer made the report I and raIl of.
In TV ShowLocal Production BeginsFor of his survey in "Contact," ; ; me. It was

Zuni an Air University magazine. : the pilot to
Navy enlisted personnel Navy's (AFPS). do it again.
participated in a Daytona Beach

television broadcast recently.The All-Clime RocketPilot i .y+k }
Country Music Band from production of aluminum $

NARTU opened the show with rocket motor tubes for the Navy's 7
their special version of "Orange new air-to-ground Zuni rocket
Blossom Special," followed by Al- has started.

laire Iverson, SN, NAS Special The Zuni, named after a west- LI '
Services, who sang "Blue Moon" ern America Indian tribe, is ap-
and "Can't Help Loving That proximately nine feet long and _
Man/' and Emmett Rodifer AN
was designed primarily as an
VFP-62, pantomimist, who did air-to-ground weapon. 4. '
"Want You To Be and
My Baby"
However, with its high velocityand
"I Love My Baby."
short time to target, it can
Dick McMeekin, PN1, of Jack-
also be used in bringing down
..,, ,. a
sonville Recruiting Station, fol- heavy bombers when suitable
lowed with "Slow Poke;" Charles fuses are attached to its war-

Lengyel, AC3, NAS Cecil Field, head, the Navy said. : '
"Love Letters In The Sand," 4
The Zuni is effective in any
and the Hillbilly Ensemble ended weather and is so compact it can
the with "Baby, Baby,
program quadruple the payload of pre- 9
Baby." vious five-inch rockets. Up to 48

Members of the troupe were Zunis can be carried in one
cited with a "well done" by the plane.' (AFPS)

WESH-TV station manager. Let- AREA WAGE SEMINAR Here for the fourth seminar for visiting Area Wage and Classification -
ters of appreciation are being The floor of a new military and position classifier personnel are representatives from Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma Cuba,
originated) within the Navy Re- turbo-prop transport will be Puerto Rico and Canal Zone Naval installations. The two-week study session ends this week. Front
cruiting office to members of the stronger than a modern skyscraper' row, (left to right) are Santiago Paz Jr.; Delmar Wilson; Marrarete Morehead; William Kelly; Sara
foot-thick reinforced steel Calcagnl; J. D. Bulloch; George Johnson, and Ann Pruitt. Rear, Aubrey Silvey; Relnaldo Rivera;
troupe, thanking them for their Lloyd Grahle; Elizabeth Nichols; Larry Ponder; Virginia Dixon; Edith Grahel; Dorothy House; Floyd
participation/ and cooperation. concrete flooring. llraadon; Juiipu: 1'uuston Jr.; John Burton; Charles Price, and Victor' Can It.I .


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1 August JAX AIR NEWS Pago 5

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: vt. USO Now At Home In


New, Larger QuartersNew

Thursday, August 1 USO quarters opened last Friday night in down-

Mainside Rock Baby, Roc town Jacksonville, replacing the old quarters at 37 West

It (musical for cool cats) with Monroe Street.

Kay Wheeler and Johnny Carroll. Located at 331 West Forsyth
tend the fonnal opening to beheld
Also Trailing West.NATTCenter street, near Pearl, the new .
in early'fall. In the meantime

Living Idol quarters offer about twice as
service personnel can en.
(color drama) with Steve Forres much space as the old building
joy facilities offered by what is
and Lillian Montevecchi. plus the added convenience of
now considered one of the finest
Hospital God Is My Partner ) being close to the Greyhound and USO buildings in the nation.
(drama) with Walter Brennanand Navy bus terminals.

Marion Rose. Also CatchingSea With approximately 7,000

Creatures. square feet of floor space, the Up The

Friday modern air-conditioned quarters
August 2
: provide ,ample room for a large
Mainside Hatful of Rain LADDERWith
dance floor, lounge and snack
(drama) with Eva Marie Saint
bar on the ground level, and read-
and Don Murray.NATTCenter CiviliansWilliam
Rock I ing, writing and television roomsin
the mezzanine. Segraves, student trainee
,Hock It. Trailing West. SPRUCE UP FOR OPENER The Jacksonville USO Club
Hospital': Living_ Idol. has moved Into newer and larger surroundings, keeping up with USO officials expect program mechanical engineering GS-
general expansion of the Club and increased use of its facilities activities to be greatly increased 2 to student trainee mechanical
Saturday, August 3 by servicemen and women In this area. Salvation Army Brigadier with the additional space now engineering GS-3; Raymond
Mainside Lure of the Swamp Emil Miller, (right) supervises! last-minute rush of getting// furniture available to them. Spaulding, helper electrician air.
into place for last Friday's
opening. lie was assisted by USO senior
(action drama) with Willard Par- hostess Mrs. Almour Grenon. National USO officers will at- craft second step to aircraft elec.

ker and Marshall Thompson. Also trical equipment installer first

Isle of Lore.NATTCenter. CarDiv 6 Chief I step; Homer Taylor, helper air-
lIatful of Rain. craft instrument mechanic third

Hospital Rock Baby, Rock It. Aboard 'Sara'Former step to aircraft instrument me-

Kiddie Matinee Man With- chanic first step; and Thomas
Cecil Field command.
out A Star (color western) with! Tyra Jr., student trainee electri.
ing officer Rear Admiral Clifford
Kirk Douglas and Jeanne Crain cal engineering GS-2 to student
S. Cooper has moved his Carrier
Also Ostrich Egg and I. trainee i electrical engineeringGS3.
Division Six command aboard thUS
Sunday, August 4 Saratoga at Mayport.The .
Mainside Strangers On A attack carrier command, i Advanced in Supply Depait-

Train (drama) with Ruth Roman most recently based at Oceana, $.i 3 ment were Tnn Carswell, property -

and Farley Granger Also Whask Va., has resumed its ship-based and supply clerk, GS-3 to
Stop. property and supply clerk, GS-4;
status and is "expected to be
NATTCenter Lure of the aboard the Saratoga for an ex- John Edmonds, warehousemanthird
Swamp. Isle of Lore. stop to stockman second
tended period of time, a spokesman Y' '1 1GSyC "" /
Hospital Hatful of Rain. said.Carrier. step; Marge Katibah, propertyand

Monday, August 5 Division Six returned A ,, i41k' supply clerk GS-3 to property -
; and supply clerk GS-4; Gilbert
Mainside last fall from a Mediterraneancruise
Moore GS7to
management analyst
and since that time has r14> 4 4
reissue) with Rod Cameron and s management analyst GS-0
> ;
Kathy Down.NATTCenter. been located in the Norfolk area.
Clyde Nickens, warehouseman
Rear Adm. Cooper was commander
Strangers on a second step to stockman second
of Cecil Field in 19f8.60OOO.'I'on ,
Train. Whaski
Stop. step; Robert Sorrells, warehouseman .
Hospital Lure of the Swamp. third step to stockman sec.

Isle of Lore. ond step; Earland Wentworth,

Tuesday, August fi NEW SNACK BAR FACILITY The Jacksonville USO I mail clerk GS-2 to property and

Mainside Strange One Club, now in spacious new quarters, Is open daily from 0900 to supply clerk GS-3; and James
(drama) with James Olson and USS RangerTo 2300. An estimated Z0,000 visits are made each month by service Watson, warehouseman third i
of whom avail themselves of the snack bar
Julie personnel, many step to machine operator first
Wilson. facilities. Mrs. Grenon, senior hostess, stands at sink of new
NATTCenter Panhandle. Join Fleet snack bar, which offers many improvements over previous inadequate step.
Hospital Strangers on a facilities of old buildlnr. Promoted at Public Works De.
On August 10 the third of the I w
Train. Whaski Stop.Wednesday partment were Willie Bolden, lab-
Navy's Forrestal-class carriersUSS -: Naval Research Lab One orer third step to laborer heavy
August 7 Ranger (CVA-61)) is sched- second step; Willie Brown, laborer
Mainside Apache Warrior uled to be commissioned at th
second laborer
and(western Keith drama Larscn.NATTCenter ) .with Jim Davis Norfolk Va.Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth IGY Scientific Satellite LaunchingIf step; step Albert to Cook, laborer heavY'first

third step to laborer heavy second
Strange One. The new C0,000-ton carrier 1 b hard work and concentrated effort can make it so, the step; Stanley Etersque, student
Hospital Panhandle. presently undergoing builders end of 1958 will find a U" S.-launched scientific satellite circumnavigating trainee civil engineering GS-

trials in the Norfolk area. Ac- the upper reaches of .the earth's atmosphere. 2 to student trainee civil engi-

ceptance trials for the Ranger are And much of that work- and- effort earth, scientists hope to be ableto neering GS-3; Herschel Lee, su-

now being held under the super- is being supplied by person- re-evaluate present earth meas- pervisory administrative assist

vision of Rear Adm. Richard F. nel of Project Vanguard, operatedby urements. ant GS-9 to supervisory administrative -

Stout, President, Board of In- the Naval Research Laboratory Some islands, it is supposed, services officer GS-10.

spection and Survey. at Washington, D. C. may be a mile or so from their Ada Stockwell, clerk-typist GS2 -

Upon her commissioning, Capt. PROJECT VANGUARD is a charted locations. to clerk-typist GS-3; Stephen

C. T. Booth, will assume com- part of a scientific satellite program ALSO, A SATELLITE can 'ajcic Jr., Icadingman groundsand
mand. He served as a aircraft I National of the iono- roads third
planned by the measure density step to leadingman -
commander in theDavy's
squadron Academy of Sciences' U. S. National sphere. Thousands of dust parti- grounds second step; and

World War II Ranger Committee for the International cles and micro meteorites are Laurie Rosenburg, supervisory

s err 3% when that, .ship was operating off Geophysical Year with cooperation known to spin through the iono- administrative assistant GS-7 to

fl Casablanca.The of the National Science sphere, but no one knows how supervisory administrative services -
252-foot beam of the..Ranger -
foundation.Is many. assistant GS-8.
is wide enough to hold three is that past of the U. S. sat Thorough knowledge of the

World War II Rangers side-by- ellite program, under Navy man- density of this region could af-

side on her flight deck. The more agement, which has the responsibility fect man's travel into space. Palo Criticizes EM

than 20,000 horsepower engines of designing and building Weather will come under close On

,M will drive the 1,036-foot long rockets which will launch satellites surveillance from the satellite. 'Sloppy'TanfsMarine
Ranger at speeds greater than 30 Corps Commandant,
S"Y actually constructing them, Weather predictions may be en-
knots. Gen. Randolph McC. Pate has
in orbit and abled be
+ placing them PI'OVing to more accurate and
I Three other attack aircraft their orbits. wider in scope. called on the carpet two com-
I carriers of the Forrestal-class are manders, whose enlisted
with the men
Facts uncovered
The Navy, along by the moons
presently under construction and Army and Air Force, also will may not be of immediate use to were found to be wearing

are expected to join the fleet by participate in radio tracking of man. This is a long range projectand trousers "much too short,': it

1960. satellites when they begin to circle it will take several years to was reported by The Navy

the earth. put all satellite-supplied knowl- Times.
Ensign Since 1910A Gen. Pate ordered the two
IN "AROUND WORLD"One FR01\'IINFORl\IATION radioedto edge to use. commanders to explain in
of the many stars in the naval officer who has beenan earth by the satellites' tiny BUT REGARDLESS of results,
writing to Headquarters why
mammoth movie spectacle Ensign since 1910 will retirein tolemetering systems, world sci- the first sphere will head for an
had failed to out
"Around The World In 80 they carry
entists' hope to prove some theories orbit on the nose of a three-stage
Days, is lone-time favorite early orders in having their enlistedmen
Marlene Dietrich. Known as the I He is CWO Allen Ensign, who improve some approximate rocket during this IGY with the in proper uniform.
world's most data and lay the basis for additional Navy pushing the buttons.
honored show, has been an Ensign by birthright, Headquarters had earlier

"Around won The 5Z World"best has picture already rather than by an act of Congress, knowledge of man's cnvj- The first one may not work. It called a number of uniform

awards and five Academy since June 19, 1910. ronment. may circle the earth a few minutes discrepancies to the attentionof

Awards. Gigantic in every respect Warrant Officer Ensign enlisted Because the man-made metal days, or a year before disintegrating commanders and they were
the movie actually in moons are expected to travel in a '
was in the Navy February, harmlessly against given orders to follow estab-
and filmed numbers in 13 different hIt cast countries 1928, and will retire next year on given, measurable orbit ranging the den e shell of the earth's! air 'I lished uniform instructions.

68OQ4 r oplt. nearly completion of 30 tears cen"rp.! from 300 fo 1,500 miles above the, mn tt, .



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I In District Second in a series of races to' place finish.

I 1 determine a winner for the Amohg Jax Navy sailors playing : mwsClass ,,:
Greater Jacksonville Sailing well in last weekend's races .
I Tennis EventThree Trophy will be run off Sunday were Jack Rogers, with 27 points, / ',

after?oon at the Jax Navy Sailing Don Rohrer and Ed Martin.

Jax Navy represen- Club. Races are handicap affairs and

lives suffer defeat as the The event is co-sponsored by all boats have an equal chance. Prevailing As 6NGolf
first the Sixth Naval Jax Navy, Florida Yacht Club It's requested that each skipper

District Tennis Tourney got and the Jax Rudder Club. First entering Sunday's races know

under way Monday at NAS races were held last week. the sail area and overall lengthof
Pensacola. Bert Verwey of the Rudder his boat. Event Nears Finish

B. S. Korn of Pensacola won Club is leading with 35 Vn pointson Any skipper in the Jacksonville

over Hunter Bell, two-year Jax the basis of a first and second area is eligible for these races. Smooth-swinging, methodically hitting Bruce Cudd helda

Navy tennis veteran, 6-3, 5-7 and razor-sharp one stroke lead over Gene Witzel of NAS San-.

6-4. '. ; ford at the mid-way point of the Sixth Naval District Golf

BOB GEE, also of Pensacola, Breaks 'Dog'Scarbrougll : Tournament being played on the' well-manicured NAS Jax
beat local Roger McDonald, 6-0 links.
and 61. McDonald previously Cudd, former Walker Cup team
played for the Pensy team. member and winner of the West- in sixth spot, lefty Tom Aggas
,,;,:>,::>,':" ern Amateur in 1954, held a 149 ((81-76-157)) in seventh place,
Henry North another Jax .
Navy : .,":' and J. E. Danahy (18-80-158)
i ,
In[ PublinxJax r' .. ': '. mark following Tuesday's second
lost 6-3, ff-2 to Memphisstar ninth
holding were Pensacola'eother
< tf
.,, round competition.
Jack Armstrong. ,, : ::
Navy's Bill Scarbrough, : ;' ",+/ WITZEL, SIX: times winner of top ten linksters.
IN OTHER results, Van Nos- pride-and-joy of Navy golfing ", .,. the Key West Naval Base title, Dave Bruce, low qualifier for
trand, Pensacola, defeated Bill circles, started in ; NAS Jax held fifth place, slip
poorly opening was close on the heels of the 1955
Beyer of Sanford, 6-0 and 6-0; day's qualifying in the Public Walker Cupper, bangibg out a ping to an 80 after opening witha
R. J. Smith, Cecil Field, was defeated Links \\i 76. The VA-44 white-hat
Golf Tourney Monday at 150 card for two rounds. Cudd is was
,6-1 and 6-1, by A. Hershey Park, Pa. based with The Naval Administrative ;:. the only local entry near the
Thomas of Memphis; R. B. G'I
Scarbrough runner-up last yearn Division at Ft. Campbell, top.
nett, Cecil Field, beat M. .
I' the national classic for public \ Ky., an unusual Naval entry Navy golfing veteran Ben Jennet -
Womack of Memphis, 6-0 and links and service golfers and Twenty-four year old Cudd NAS Memphis was in a tie
6-2 C. C. Tilton, Cecil Field lost r
; is
quarter-finalist for two years before fired an even-par 72 over the with Kinder for third place, card
6-0 and 6-0 to John Gaskell of
that, slipped to a 79. __ 6,047 yard NAS Jax layout, soggy ing a 78-77 for 155.
Pensacola; A. B. Kindsfather, The shaky start put Big Bill on k ;l after several days of hard rain. HUGH HAYNSWORTII, of Key
Memphis, was defeated by B. D. !
the verge of not qualifying for Cudd had a 77 Monday while West, was in a seventh-place tie
Stallkamp of Cecil Field 6-4 6-4
and 75. match play in the week-long Witzel carded a 73 to go with his with Aggas at 157. Charleston'sTom

tourney. Tuesday's final medal first round 77. McCraw rounded out the top
The Pensacola Naval Training round was not reported at press Pensacola, favorite for the ten with a 159.
Command is defending its title time team toga, had good representation -
and is given best chance of takingthe Tournament big-wigs predicteda in the top ten with Jim Walt Strader NATTCenter Jax,
parlayed 80-81 cards into the Sen
crown again this year. 154 or 155 would be needed to Kinder holding third place with
iors half-way lead. Charleston'sJesse ;
earn a place in match play. 7976155.
Randle was four strokes off
Scarbrough would have to shootno BETHEL Ingram (80-76-156))
the with 165.
Juniors Sailing higher than 75 if this turns out
to be so.This After Tuesday's opening roundin
Fleet OrganizesThe is only the second com CAG-3, FAUSoftballers Women's play, Jax Naval Hos

Jax Navy Jr. Sailing petitive event Scarbrough, a pital's Mary Bisenius held a massive

fleet will hold an organizational chief with VP-16, has played i in 14-stroke margin over Mary
Hanson NATTCenter Jax
meeting at NAS Jax Aug. 2, this year, having been in Iceland x< 116-
r 1 1b
in Building 804 at 1900. earlier' this year. Pace FieldPlay 130.HOSPITAL'S
The purpose of this meetingis No word was received Monday Harriett Lanag-
to familiarize parents and on the finishes of the three Jax ? ? in the 1957 ComFairJax han fired a 133. NAS Jax's closest

members with activities of the golfers who went to Hershey JAX LINKSTEU Wearing Softball Tournament got underway entrant was Beverly Humphrey,
club, accept new members and Park with Scarbrough.Dan NAS Jax' silks in the current Monday at NAS Jax with checking in with a 138.
Sixth Naval District Golf Tour
review and discuss proceduresto Sikes, Tommy Jenkins and ney is Dave Bruce, youthful two games being played. Third round play in all but
obtain sail boats for the youngster Jimmy Parks are mak- swinger from Attack Squadron Carrier Air ,Group Three de- Women's competition was held
Junior fleet. Prospective and ing up the Jacksonville entry in 44. Bruce led lax qualifiers witha feated VA-174, 15-3, in an afternoon yesterday. No results were available -
present members should at- team competition. 150 and posted a respectable game. ComFairJax FAU at press time. Women's second
tend with their parents. 4 > 76 tourney in Monday's play.opening roundof won a close 3-2 victory over the round play was held yester-

Any child who is 16 years of USS Antietam in an arc-light tilt.

age or under, a dependent of Snows To Come Capt While Gels Ace Tuesday morning, the Antietam day.Cudd, Kinder, "Witzel, Bruce

some NAS personnel and able team was ready to do battle but and Jennet were expected to
to swim To Mason Capt. Thomas White, who has received a forfeit from VA-174
is eligible to join the Early fight it out for the individual
club. i been playing golf for some 20 who later in the day dropped title in today's final round.

I Field ConfinesJax years, holed a five-iron teeshot on from further competition. NAS Pensacola leads team
Results from other
the par 3, 165-yard 16th hole at games play at the half-way mark with
Jax Navy Scores Navy's Fliers concluded played during the week were not
I the NAS golf course Sunday. 626 while NAS Jax, with 648, is
their final home stand on a happy known at press time.
in! SE Pistol Meet' note, sweeping past Palm Beach The feat was witnessed by his The winner of this meet will a poor second.ROUNDING.

AFB in a Saturday twin-bill, 10- son, Tom, and an unidentified enter the ComAirLant Softball OUT the team en-
When firing subsided at the 4 and 6-0. player. The 'J6 handicapper finished Tournament at NAS Norfolk, be try list is: VFP-62, 658; NAS

Southeastern Pistol Matches last; The Fliers departed 'for Mem- with an 86. ginning August 12. Memphis, 661; NAS Sanford, 665;

Sunday, six members of the Jax phis NAS yesterday to tackle NATTCenter Jax, 672; Charleston
Navy pistol team walked off with Memphis Navy in a three-game Naval Base, 677; Green Cove

honors. series to wrap up Sixth Naval Springs Naval Station, 688, and

The three day event, which had District League activity and Jax NAS Cecil Field'696.Representatives .

190 entrants from the Southeast, Navy baseball for this season. from the following -
was held at the Jacksonville Regardless of the outcome of commands were also firing
Police Pistol Range. this series Pensacola's Goshawkswill in individual competition:

Following are the men who reign as ND baseball cham- Naval Hospital Jax, NAS Key
pions. West; Seventh Coast Guard Dis
captured trophies in the Sharp-
shooter division: Virgil Davis, Flier bats boomed Saturday in trict, and Ft. Campbell, Ky.,
administering the double dose of Naval Administrative Division.
3rd Everett Walter 7th Cameron
; ; .
defeat to Palm Beach's
Paulk, 15th, and Johnnie Sky
Davis, 23rd. Giants Brian Hussey tossed a Pendergras Places
five-hitter in the opening tilt.
In the Marksmen division, Jay First In Skeel
Pete Pemberton, late returnee ShootKen
Waldron captured the 7th
place from last year's nine, had a hit
slot, while Walter Bowen gar- Pendergras, Jax Navy
while driving home two runs,
nered llth place. skeet ace, shot a perfect 50x50
as did John Gibbon.
1st Lt David Cartes of Columbus Another returnee from 1956 Sunday to pace the Jax Gun

Ga., won the tourney with a diamond wars, Tom Sakelos, Club's weekly skeet shoot.

three-day total of 2,604 points o f third-sacker, went three for four, Other Navy skeetmen fared
a possible 2,700. driving in a run and scoring two well, also. G. D. Boudreaux and

Army men took the next fiv more. Bill Arthur each registered a
places. Frank Pavey also tossed a five- l. ''q. ; 48x50 for third place, behind Jax

hit job, blanking the Sky Giantsin _, ,: < L,>. ; >. : -' : :<; gunner, Mrs. Marie Ellis.

Grab Bar ,. Whether Pa the second game. I G. D. Voss, other Jax Navy en.
"CAN SHE HIT? Might as well be the thought as Jax
Mauboules, RM2, pitcher for the Up to the Memphis series, Jax Navy CraekerJax pitcher Judy Bozman takes a cut at the ball trant in Sunday's shoot, carded a
Navy's softball team at HeAFSOUTH Navy was holding a 17-34 record. during Crackerjax-NAS: ,Civilians softball came at St. Nicholas 46x50. All Navy gunners entered
in Naples wins or -=...-- Park last week. Bosnian, a elassyltft-hander. blanked the Civilian 12-gauge firing.Pendergras .
loses a game his record match American force in a land-sea crew, 12-0, twirling a beautiful no-hitter In the process. Catcher is also competed in-
Jeanette Riley and the umpire is John Pittman. Final
the team. lie's the team's only assault captured Derne, Tripoli, activity coming to a close In the Women's City League regular with season 410-gauge competition, winningthat

twirler, April 27, 1805. make-up games being played now, class with a 45x50 score.


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I 1957
JAX AIR_ NEWS Page 7 .

AFPS SPORTS Takes All-Station CrowlIVP18

t D 'z'' I
i I Ii It
RoundupMAKING Finds CombinationIn

his second trip to

Japan is Frank Lesxciynski, third
degree black belt judo expert. His Thumping AGO NineVP18's

first trip was in 1955 as a memo

ber of the U. S. judo team and
Mainside champion Softball team parlayed a
time he's in Army khaki at
this winning combination of the strong pitching arm of Ed Brown
Camp Kobe. and the hefty bat of Cal Floyd to capture the All-Station

George Kell, Orioles' third Softball Championship with a G-0 victory over Aviation

baseman, has become the 100th + Ground[ Officers School Wednesday at the NATTCentcr
major leaguer to collect 2,000 or lighted diamond.For .

more hits in his career and Mick. VP-18, it was a sweet re-
personnel losses that causeda
ey Mantle got his 1,000th major ward after suffering bitter frus-. many
low second-half finish.
league hit July 5.. Cubs' outfielder tration at the hands of AE Schoolin
The Ensigns the
Lee Walls hit for the last year's "glitter" game. surprised ex-
perts, however, by decisioning
cycle-single, double, triple and a FOR AGO School, NATTCentcr
I AE School in the playoffs, 5-2.
homer-July 2 and became the champion, the loss meant the end In Wednesday's showdown, both
first major leaguer to turn the of a beautiful rom back. After clubs were knotted through the
trick since Don Mueller of the
easily capturing first-half honorsat
first two frames. Then, Floyd
Giants hit a cycle July 11, 1954. the Center, the school suffered
.. ..... .. ._-_. ... doubled, scoring Jim Brown and
Cliff Mayne, Ft. Monmouth net TENNIS TWOSOME Dick Dockstadcr.
The Sixth Naval District Tournament
star, was eliminated early; at the i, is currently underway at NAS Pensacola 'with finals scheduled for Lifeguard Dearth FLOYD CROSSED the plate in
Wimbledon tennis championships today. Among; Jax Navy's entrants In the tourney is the first string the same frame on a bingle by
by Vie Seixas. With the defeat of doubles combination of Mike Babcock, (left) and Hunter Bell. Appears AgainA Russ Cummings.
They are shown during a workout last week prior to tournament call is again out for life
Seixas and Herb Flam, Americawas play. The duo has been highly successful in dual matches with top VP-18's final three runs came
shut out of the men's semifinals collegiate opponents this season. See page C story guards to man the Station's in the seventh, with Floyd's big
for the first time in 32 swimming pools. willow again pacing the attack.

years. U. S. gals have done a lit There were enough men to lie led off with a single and
tle better, winning the women's Pro Bears Steelers To handle the situation at one scored when Cummings let loosea

singles title 13 consecutive times time but due to transfers, etc., long triple. *
several vacancies in the life Bob Sherrill drove Cummingsacross
Robert Randolph, All-Army Meet In Gator BowlThe guard ranks now exist. and later tallied on a serifs
welterweight champ in 1948 has
Any. good swimmers Interested of walks and a hit batter.ED .
been reassigned from Korea to third annual professional football game will be in becoming qualified as BROWN wowed the

Ft. Meade. Bob has gone into the played for charity in Jacksonville's Gator Bowl, Saturday, lifeguards or personnel already i city crowd, allowing only capa-three

ring 530 times and emerged vie Aug. 17, at 2000. qualified should report to hits while whiffing 13 men.

torious on 450 occasions.Bob The contest will pit the National Building 930 any working day.I Losing chucker Zeff Lazarus
genuinely worthy charity. I
Simpson, 61", 230-pound League's Western Division I gave up six hits and struck out
linebacker of the Alameda NAS I Chicago's Bears, unhurt through I I seven batters.
Calif., gridders, finished a two- champion Chicago Bears, in their retirement of veterans, have Jax Columbia In Floyd finished the night with
third appearance locally, againstthe added rookies for their division ,
year reserve hitch and signed to two RBI's, a pair of runs scored
play for pay with the San Fran. Pittsburgh Steelers. title fight this fall. Final Tilt Tonight and three hits.
cisco 49ers. PROMOTER OF the pro tilt is "We expect to have another

Ft. Benning's champ ball fanis Jacksonville Charities i Inc., strong team," Head Coach Paddy The Jacksonville Braves end Cecil Man Captures(
Howard Bakeman, who often which tickets every cent of profit Driscoll told officials this week. their current home stand with a

watches five full games in one for a carefully screened and HE WAS REFERRING TO such game tonight with the Columbia I Blind Bogy Golf
Gems in a 2000 Sally League encounter
newcomers already under con I
at the new ball park. O. E. Thorne of NAS Cecil won
Treadmill Note Baseball ALL STATION KEG tract as Earl Leggett, 260poundLSU The locals embark on a weeklong last week-end's blind bogey contest -
fans who cocked an eyebrow at ,tackle; quarterback Ronnie road venture, traveling to with four contestants'sharing
CROWN ON LINK Knox, celebrated UCLA star whois
the recent feat of the New York Charlotte and Knoxville before second place honors at the NAS
Giants, who won 15 out of 20 Aviation Fundamentals expected out of the service returning to home confines August I Jax golf course.

games and didn't budge from School, NATTCenter bowling I soon, halfback Jack Johnson of 8 with Charlotte as op- Thorne fired an 84 minus 7
sixth place, would do well to champion, and Patrol Squadron the U of Miami, and halfback ponent. handicap for the lucky numberof

turn back the pages of history to 18, Mainside title-bearer, Vic Zucco, Michigan State. Servicemen are admitted to 77.

1916, same -ieam. On Sept. 7 of vie for the All-Station Intra- When Head Coach Walter Kies- Braves home games for 50 cents, R. J. Moreland, Thomas Burns,
that year the Giants were in mural Bowling] Championship ]ling brings his Steelcrs to Jax he upon showing ID card. No uniform A. O. Wallace and R. C. Griffith

fourth place and the remarkable tonight at Mainside Alleys at will be launching his 32nd seasonin is required.A turned in a net 79 for the number -

pitching of Poll Perritt won 1830. a league that has operated 38 fourth-place position is being ...two position.
them both games of a double- The match will be best of years. eyed by the Braves and the -..-

header. The day also marked the five with the winning-squad KIESLING HAS high hopes for club may well be in the first division NOTICE!
start of a Giant drive in which carrying away the coveted All- his rebuilt Steelers this season upon their return to Jacksonville
they won their remaining 26 Station championship silver.A and is eager to test them under for next week's 3eries.t A reminder has been issued
games, a record that still stands. large crowd is expected on the Gator Bowl lights. that an organizational meeting
Where were they when the sea- hand to witness tonight's tus Tickets for the all-charity Civilian: "I wish I could find a for the Fall Mainside Intramural
son was over? Still in fourth pro doctor who would tell me.there is Golf League will be held next
sle.AvFund be obtained from Jax
place. is slightly favored, game may nothing wrong with me." Tuesday, Aug. 6, at 1000 in Builds
Charities Inc. % Tourist and
having breezed through its Sailor: "Join the Navy." ing 930.
AI Ferrari has been discharged Convention Bureau, HemmingPark. *
season with a 56-0 record, a Representatives of all units expecting
from the Ft. Dix after The of man's char-
hospital a NATTCenter "first." VP-18 measure a to enter teams in the
successful operation on his right piled up an attractive 58-22 Side stand reserved seats sell) acter is what he would do if he league should be present at this
knee. mark. for $3.75. End stand seats are knew he would never be found meeting.

Mule Clobbers Goat It was available for $2.00. out. AdMen won last fall's golf

Army all the way over Navy at --,..... ---- ,..Y y,.,,,,,,... .v..,..y.ry crown while NARTU recentlywon
the beginning of June Week. A the spring links competition.
cadet track team beat the middies sr .1 :

66 to 65, the Army baseball team .
.. ', Yj. A. ft 11 Afr'
shoved over the winning run in FreelancersSlate
the last of. the ninth to gain a .*

3-2 victory, and then to completethe Shoot
day, Army's golfers upset I E: % i ., "
Navy, 5 to r
2. The golfing defeat The Jax Navy Freelance Bow-
was the hardest to take, as Navy, hunters held an all day shoot last

had Eastern been Intercollegiate undefeated in champs nine, V I ( t A : 'l; S K sults.Sunday with the following ic-

( .. ,ems t +t ta
matches before colliding with the, r The morning shoot, which featured -

cadet golfers. the big game round, found

Brooke AMC and Great Lakes aG ,i.YSAY. n. VanMullcn, with a 440 to take
NTC are newcomers to the nine- top honors, followed by Fred

game football schedule of the fr.Yfu Davenport, 415, and Jerry Pioncs-
Pensacola NAS Goshawks sa with a 410.
The Navy's Milt Campbell tied The afternoon broadhead (open)
. the world record of Jack Davis ii : found Roger Woodle leading the

with a 120-yard high hurdles : k&L1iPIINTRAMURAL &! pack with an even 400, Davenport -
time of 0:13.4: in the Compton, 395," and Pionessa with a

Calif., invitational meet. : 390. The handicap round found

Vincent Rode Jr., 24th Inf. Div., ..-_.. .... --- Fred Mellish walking off with
Korea, is the youngest man to TROPHY PRESENTATION Patrol Squadron 18 and Attack Squadron 172 recently top honors with a 521, Rose
have played on an Olympic soccer waged a tight race for the Mainside Intramural Bowling League championship VP-18 cap- Weatherby, 491, and Bob Ashley,
team. In 1952 Rode was a tured-the crown 'while VA-172 came on with a late rush to pass Marine Air Reserve for second-!
citizen of and goalieon place. Shown with trophies presented at a ceremony In the office of Comdr. Robert H. Smith, NAScommanding 414.Next Sunday, the Bowhunters
Yugoslavia officer, are representatives of the top two* clubs. Left to right, are, Ledr. Thomas Rarest -
that country's team at Helsinki VP-18; Ensign Joseph Reis Jr., VP-18 team captain; Comdr. Smith; Comdr. Bob Robinson, VA- will feature an "informal" hunters -
-he was 14 years old. (AFPS) 172 skipper, and Ed Grazilla/ VA-172 team captain. round commencing at 13001 *



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8 JAX AIR NEWS 1 August 1957

t FRA Branch] &mllilD

91 Building vL ; (The Jax Air Newt It prohibited
) by Defense Department regulations -

1; Quarters r d advertising.from Ads listing in this commercial' columnare

, limited to housing for rent
The Fleet Reserve Club of and sale, rooms, lost, found, and
Jacksonville, Inc., held its official 4' 3,, miscellaneous No ads are taken

ground breaking ceremonylast >y phone- all must be submitted
Thursday at the site of the personally or by mail. The Jar

new home of Branch and Unit 91 ; Air News reserves the right to
of the Fleet Reserve Association. .t edit all ads.)

Actual construction of the $15- For Rent

000 clubhouse began on July 22. M 'g. !N t s y 1.Bdrm. Duplex Apt, Furn EV-
It is tentatively scheduled to be 8-6362. Oakley.

opened on Oct. 1. 6-Rm. Home to share. Rent seas

The club property was boughtin Avail immed. EV8.5945 aft

1951 and is located at 8554 1730 daily. Sat. & Sun. Pesce.

Roosevelt Blvd., about a mile anda t 2-Rm. Apt. 852 St. Clair St. EV-
half south of the NAS Jax main i 83992. Breese.

gate. GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY Club president Harvey Miller spades a token shovelful of 3Rm. Furn. Gar. Apt. 1225 Wil.
dirt the official last week at site of home of Branch and Unit
It fronts 170' the Boulevardand during ground breaking ceremony new low Branch Ave. EV-9-5998.
on 91 of the Fleet Reserve Association on Roosevelt Boulevard. Present were, (left to right director T.
is 550' deep. Picnic groundsand A. Feaster; secretary Irving Morrison; T, A. Davis, director; Miller; Billy Smith, Branch secretary; Potter.
a children's playground are director Mrs. Ruth Noble and Mrs. Paul Miller, treasurer. Small Furn. Apt. 4633 Wheeler
included in the final plans. Ave. EV-9-4275. Groves.

Club officers arc: Harvey Mil- Revised Military Pay Structure 6-Rm. Upper Furn. Waterfront
ler,' president; William Eager, Center Chief Apt. 2808 Lake Shore Blvd EV-

vice-president; Irving Morrison, Recommended By State LeadersThe Retires After 38On 8-1436. Kwarttes.For Sale.

secretary; Paula Miller, treasurer,
and directors Mrs. Ruth Noble, nation's governors have urged Congress to revise the pay July 30, a career that had 2-Bdrm. Buckeye 34-Ft. '54 Tilr.

Mrs. Barney Wilczewski, T. A. of the Armed Forces the lines the Cor- its start in the Recruit Train- EV-9-1582.
Feaster T. A. Davis Frank diner. 2-Bdrm. Home. $2200 Equity.
Command at Norfolk Va.
ing ,
1630 Comet St. EV81258. Hall
Lodesky, and James Ruppcrsbcrger. At the close of their 49th an- enlisted
personnel of critical importance will come to a close, when 32-Ft. Hse-Trlr. EV90028. aft '1p.m.
conference at
nual recently
and to authorize legislation Paul PNAC of the .
Williamsburg, Va., the state ,
for lump sum "term retention -
3-Bdrm. Home GI Equity. 5368
Military Personnel Office at
leaders the
unanimously adopted
Local NROS pay" for Reserve officerson
resolution. NATTCenter, will be releasedto Royce Ave. Avail. Aug. 15. EV-

(Continued from Page 1)) PART OF the resolution stated Defense active duty.is currently studying inactive duty after completing 4-3551. lIagelieri.'
3-Bdrm. Home. 67 Buckingham
1453 Morse St., or FL 9.1661,1 or that the conference was of the the; Cordiner report on a basis for 38-years Pl. Brunswick, Ga. Mrs, Me-
from Lcdr. Stovall, NAS, exten- belief that altering the military future action. (AFPS) Chief Maddry relates that Quatters.
sion 718. pay structure to be based on e after he completed "boot" in Miscellaneous

Courses scheduled include merit rather than longevity Bear Plane Collide Norfolk, he started his sea going Wanted: Lady driving to :Monterey -
Naval Aviation Justice would bring military more inline which
Military pay I career, a career Calif., about Aug. 10, desires -
Education and Training, Public with pay standards of in. Both Knocked Out! placed him on many ships 2 passengers to' share driv-
Relations, Naval Electronics and dustry. which are unknown to manyof ing EV-8-3017/EL-6-
Strategy and Tactics, Part I. Due The Cordiner Committee has A polar bear and a plane collided the modern sailors. Ships 20 O.expenses.Silver.

to heavy demand for Strategyand estimated that adoption of its on a lonely ice island 15 like the USS Detroit, the Wanted: Free trans offered man

Tactics, which is open to recommendations would bring a miles north of Barrow, Alaska, cruiser Omaha, the battleship and wife who are going on

I lieutenant commanders and com- 15 per cent improvement-in combat recently. California or the destroyers leave to Central New York
manders, one section will meet on capability, savings and gainsin It was a double knockout. Edwards or Bainbridge.Prior Leaving Aug. 2 from Jax. EV-
Tuesday evening. the cost of national defense up Jules Thibodeau, the pilot, and to coming to NATT- 7-7172 or stop by 2765 Vernon
Walter Sinn the territorial
> I to $5 billion by 1962 or sooner. Sgt. of Center, Maddry was on the Ter. Mrs. Ford.
police, a hunter, said when
staff of commander-in-chief,
Personnel The Committee also believes e .
they landed on the ice island to
that adoption of the Cordinei Pacific Fleet. Jacksonville was
(Continued from Page 1)) proposal would bring about a reduction bag speeding the'bear,plane.the animal chargedthe not new to Maddry, as he had Navy GCA Unit

competence and adaptability will in training accidents and spent a tour on recruiting duty
The bear reared to its full
be screened for early separation. the number of military personnel eight feet just in time to get the here.Maddry Saves NG PilotNavy
will be needed levelof native of Char-
And Navy recruit quotas to produce a given full impact of the light plane'stail a +
reduced, with only high potential national security. they said. lotte, N.C., plans an extensive Jacksonville Ground Con-
recruits accepted.In THE DEFENSE Department. three-month tour of the trol
I I II The fuzzy creature was knockedout Approach Unit 17 was credited
reductionsin has initiated action to establisha United States after his release
spite of the above I and the plane was put out of with saving an Air National
officer strength, and despitethe system of "proficiency pay" for commission. When the bear recovered ending up in Seattle, Wash. Guard F86-D and pilot during

fact Reserve officers servingon I and started another last Thursday's heavy rainstorm.The .

initial obligated active duty, Services Dress charge, Sinn shot it down. National Guard pilot, on
with release scheduled in Decem- The men were later rescued by UrgentContinued completion of an Instrument

ber, 1957, and January, Februaryand Up With New another plane. (AFPS) ( from Page 1) Landing System Approach at
March 1958, are scheduled to Imeson Airport, found that he
be released up to three months Scandal: A breeze that's stirred personnel will be urged to donate didn't have the runway in sight.

early starting November 1, the Summer LookSummer into a cyclone by a couple of old blood to the Navy's- account. All Being low on fuel, he was
Navy states that requests for extension windbags. blood donated is used by the cleared to Navy Jax GCA.C. .
are desired from high po- garb in the Armed Naval Hospital and by hospitals
Forces is getting a new flair this and civilian B. Clark, AC3, under the
tential young Reserve officers in And there's the man who readso in town for military
grades of lieutenant and lieutenant year. much about the evils of smok- personnel of the Navy and their close supervision of Lcdr. P. D.
The Navy has approved knee Davidson, picked the jet up on
junior grade who recom- dependents. .
are he
ing, reading.
gave up
length socks for officers and radar five miles.southwest of
mended by their commanding
CPOs and a coming directive will NAS and vectored him to the
officers. authorize while uniform for Q&2' field, descending him ,to below
PROVISION OF the cut in per- Army troops. the 800-foot ceiling, where he was
sonnel in no way obviates current able to complete visual approachand
Air Force EM will be able forth cIIEE
instructions concerning augmen- a ; r 4) landing.The .
first time to buy summer ; 4Funny
tation and extensions of active ( ,
cotton twill bushcoats with longor unidentified but thankfulAir
duty of young officers serving in short trousers and open-neck National Guard jet pilot said
their initial of
period obligated short-sleeve shirts. '* that when GCA took over, he had
active duty, the Navy declared. In changes sanctioned by Sec- how folks five-minutes .of' fuel remaining.
The Marine Corps is not expected some .
Nav, the long socks will be worn .SEssex
to have too much troublein don't seem, to want to obey
with the tropical khaki and white
meeting its reduced officer uniforms. In another move, the iiii simple fire rules made for..

strength a slowdown requirements in the ,number probablyby of dungaree jacket will not be authorized ii .-- our own good. (Continued from Page 1) -
for wear after July 1,
reserve officers it will call on active I 1 orated, ake was baked for the
1958. Like smoke in bed.
.. duty during the next six dr 1 never occasion.She .
Also, a specialty mark con-
We hear of deaths by this
months sisting of a letter "A" centeredin was soon called the "CakeBakin'est
a diamond has been designedfor cause all the time. Ship in the Fleet."

I N 1 aircraft carburetor mechan Looking back through history,
1 HflUUfOU HCICJRJU4un 1 Another good rule to follow :
usuaia nuuujua ics. the name Essex has brought fear
umunn I WMIIliaHM The Army white uniform, to be is this: Inspect your living and destruction to her enemies.She .

nnaua au purchased and worn at the option room before going out or go- proudly joins the Atlantic

toIN of the individual soldier, ing to bed. :Make sure no cigarette Fleet to add more pages to her
will be similar to the white tress name, which is as great as the
has betweenthe
r coat and trousers for officers country whose flag she flies.
NIR with the sleeve braid eliminated. chair or sofa cushions} or --a.,

NS The cap will be the same as onto the carpet, or any place Al: "Some of the best cooks in

IE D that of company grade Officers where it could start a fire. the.world are in the Navy.;
except that the chin strap will be Pal: "Is that so? What are they

(Answer to page 2 Punic) black leather I,1 doing?"