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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1957
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I Military, Civilian Pay Hike HopesBrightenedByDefense 1



Possibility of military pay which opposed raises this Secondly, the Defense De- Senate'group is studying pay by the Stennis subcom

]raises next year, as well as year on the basis that they partment has just about com- studying on its own it will be mittee. With Defense and

(raises for civilian classified would be inflationary, now pleted its replies to "the 59 remembered, because the ad- administration backing, the
employees, are improving, according hints it will support some
Budget Cordiner questions" it was ministration previously refused raises would appear to have a
to Navy Times. sort of raises next year. -
Two things seem to indi- Director Percival Brund- asked for last summer by the to okay them. better chance.

cate the tide may be turning. age last week indicated that Senate's "pay raise" subcom- The questions and their answers A third assist to the pay

in favor of pay raises, the savings realized from current mittee. are expected to form situation may develop from

Times said. :force cuts might help finance Defense's answers supportthe ,the basis for a sweeping con- Defense approval this week of

First, the Budget Bureau, Cordiner-type raises. Cordiner proposals thee gressional probe of military enlisted proficiency pay.





I 'Pro' Pay


Jijn1wiiVOL. Plan GetsGoAhead





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15 No. 28 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 17 October 1957 The much talked about, off-

again, on-again, proficiencypay

SaidMissing CiviliansGet advances are "on-again"
Navy up to two pay grades, according
TTIi1i'r to Navy Times.

Polio The pay has been authorizedby
Secretary of Defense and will

begin Jan 1.

To be eligible for the extra

On ReUpsThe 'Needle'Inoculation pay individuals must be eitherin

pay grade E-4 or higher or
k of
civilian
Navy is getting nowherefast t employees in grade E-3 with more than 24
the
by trying to increase reen- participating in months service. E-6's are eligiblefor !

)listments i through stressing higher J Polio Immunization program only one-pay grade advanceand
will begin next Tuesday, Oct.
pay, according to Comdr. Fred- E-7's will not be eligible to
22, and continue through Fri collect additional cash.
erick Bitting, author of an articlein I
day, Oct. 25. I Eligibility will also hinge on
the October issue of U. S.
Shots will be given at the I the individual's having served a

Naval Institute Proceedings. O & R Dispensary, Bldg. 101-W, minimum of six-months' contin-

Instead, advantages over civi- in accordance with the following uous active duty in grade immediately -

lian industry, such as pride, prestige ..f' schedule.O I prior to advancement

independence in later life, & R personnel will report Under the working of the Defense -

responsibility and authority i (alphabetically) as follows: order the Navy and Marine
Oct. 22-A through D, 1330- Corps are permitted to make all
should be the strong points, according II
to Comdr. Bitting. 1530; Oct. 23-E through H, of their ratings eligible for some

"LEADERS IN the fields of ; 0830-1130; I through M, 1330- proficiency pay.
1530; Oct. 24-N through SI, It says however that "profici
labor, and the
industry services'l MARINE COMMENDED-Capt. E. H. Stance (left) Guard 0830.1130; Sm through Z,- 1330-( ency pay shall be employed primarily -
sometimes underestimate
pos- Officer at the NAS Jax Marine Barracks, reads a commendation 1530. in areas which are criticalby
sibilities that men have other
to Pfc. David Burkhardt before members of the Gate Supply personnel will report reason of poor retention and
goals in life than monetary ones,
Guard last week. Burkhardt was commended for his outstanding high training investment and in

he said. performance of duty the night of Oct. 2 when he extinguished (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) which as a result a significant

And the Navy should play up a fire in an automobile following an early morning shortage of qualified) personnel
the which it has alone, "
points accident at the Main Gate. exists or is anticipated.
playing down those angles in Station Now 17 Reserve personnel on active
--- -- -- -- --
which industry can win. duty will not be eligible unless
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
COMDR. BITTING feels that Certain Airlines Pulling Out they are serving on continuousor
17 old.
is now years
the biggest thing the Navy can I The Station was commissioned extended active duty in excessof
offer is transfer to the Fleet Reserve 30 days and meet the other
at the end of 20 Oct. 15. 1940 with Capt. requirements.Only .
years' ser-
I From Joint PactNavy Charles P. Mason assuming the
Military
vice and its accompanying retainer :. post as first commanding of- one pay grade advancement -
pay. may be granted at a time.
Elliott W. ParishJr.
ficer. Capt.
and Marine Corps An individual wno pets a one-
It takes a college education allowance and equalization referred ., present skipper, is the 14thto
personnel who issue USA grade advancement must there-
usually to reach an executive
to shall be used for all or command the Station.
position in industry, Bitting says. Transportation Requests any portion of the journey over (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
But the Navy offers "non-college have been told that some airlines which
they can provide service.
men the opportunity for executive no longer participate in Should it be necessary to use
f
positions with little thought to those portions of the Joint one of the lines no longer makingthe

their education since performanceis Military Air Transportation allowances, a brief notation ;" '.
the measure." Agreement relating to the 10 signed by the. issuing officer as

"Selling these points alone will per cent allowance on first to the necessity of such use ,will ,: \? .
not raise the reenlistment rate class fares and excess bag- be placed on the back side of the ,) t '
'
any more than just a pay raise I gage charges, equilization of ; r 4 "
'
will, but other things being rea- first class fares, and the car- TR.AIRLINES NO longer grantingthe t ,. .v ., '

sonably equal, these are qualities rying of military impedimenta allowances are American Air-

with which civilian companiescan as baggage. lines Inc., Bonanza Air Lines, y

compete only at a disadvan- ALSTACON 20 and SecNav Inc., Mohawk Airlines Inc., Trans

tage and which will go a long 4632 state that when air trans- World Airlines, Inc., United AirLines

way toward keeping men in the; portation is to be used, the air. Inc., and Western Air Lines,
service." Bitting concluded. carriers which continue the. Inc.




I Six Of Couple's Seven Offspring JiI' .5.

+

Enter Worldat Hospital HereJohn \ 4> \It' ',


I I \ iI .. .
Crotty, ADI, and his I born at Naval Hospital Jax. Crotty came here in Oct. 1948, ""'

wife, June, must have set John and June have chosen ,working at the Chaplain's office. ,
y
some sort of record when I I names all beginning with "J." Then in Oct. 1951. he was trans- I

their sixth child to be bornat 1 They are, in addition to Janet ferred to VF-14, Cecil Field. He THE NINTH "J"-John Crotty ADI. gazes fondly at his

the Naval Hospital here Marie. Judith Therese, nine next returned in Jan. 1957 to Mainside, wife June, and their sixth child to be born at Jax Naval
NATT- Hospital. The Crottys have another youngster who was born at
student
arrived last week. month; James Michael seven; .I where he is a at
Center's AE 'B' School. the Portsmouth Va. Naval Hospital, making a total of seven
other Jean Frances!, six John Patrick,
The have ;
one
Crottys Crotty has missed the birth of in all. The entire family has names beginning with "J". They

child, Janet Marie, 10, who was five in December; Joan Berne- only one child Joan Bernedette, are in addition to papa John and momma June and little

born in Portsmouth, Va. All six dette two, and Jerome Timothy, when he was deployed to Patux- Jerome, who was born Oct. 2. Janet. Judith. James Jean,
I
of the other children have been born Oct. 2. ent River, Md., in 1955. John and Joan.



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Published< every Thursday tn Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air .
Station, Jacksonville Fla. <7f.f; ;) Mainside Street of Sinnca-s
.
MAS JacksonTiU {. ,;
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .. ....... .. ... .. .. .. ..... .. .... .. Commanding Officer (Melodrama) with George Mont
Comdr. Robert H. Smith ................. .. ......................... ....... .... Executive Officer gomery and Geraldine Brooks.
FUtt Air Jacluonvlll ir Also, Championship Fight.
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ............................ . .................... Commander ti
Capt. S. S. Searcy Jr. ..................................................'.."... .. .. ............... Chief of Staff : NATTCenter Johnny Trt-
nail Air Wing El.Tn I : main (color drama) with Hal

Capt. T.Sidney E. White J. Lawrence:".:. ..:::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::.:':::::::'::::" Chief CommanderCapt of Staff '/' ,'" Stalmaster and Luana Patttn
Naval Air Technical Training C.ni.r Plus, Ostrich Egg and I.

Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ....... ................... .. .......:..................... Commanding Officer Hospital Courage of Black
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman .....Naval..............Hospital......................... ..... .. .. ...... Executive Officer '. ".:'':u':'>.:::: Beauty (drama) with Mimi Big.

Capt. Benjamlw N. Ahl .... .................................................... .... ....... Commanding Officer I, ; on and John Crawford. Plus, Rab-
Capt. Marcy Shupp ................................................,... ............. .... ... ...... Executive Officer I INAIT1f ". bit Stew.

Norman O. Anderson ................. .. .. .., .... Commanding Officer I I ; ." Friday. Oct 18
Capt.Comdr. William E. Hardy ..... ................... ...................... ............ Executive Officer i a tVE Mainside The D. I. (drama)

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville, Floridaat .1t with Jack Webb and Monica
n. expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-33.: >: : THE. \
Rev. N.v. 1945. Distributed free of charge t. military and civilian personnelof [ ', < Lewis.
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training '' '. NATTCenter-Street of Sinner
'+,
Center Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. UNITED
r. Hospital-Johnny Tremain.
Naval Hospitalinformation Officer... ... ...... ........Lcdr. J. F. Klrkllghter, Jr.
OcL
Managing Editor Andrew H. Planey Saturday. 19
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; WAY Kiddie Matinee-Kelly and Me
Lynn Weldman J03; John Isbell. JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Phyllis Fletcher;
Staff Photographer Tom Humphress. AN. (color comedy) with Van Johnson
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. and Laurie. Also
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is Piper Chief
graphs.given. Photographs unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy photo- G1V Charley Horse.MainsideEscapade.

Editorial offices located in Room 230 Main Administration Building in Japan
Phone extensions 8164 8346 272 or 216. (color drama) with There .' t1

Wright and Cameron Mitchell.
:. :
.
Obey Your Heart Give ToThemYourHandOfHope RE NATTCenter-The Hospital-Street of Sinners D. I. and

Championship Fight.
Sunday. Oct. 20

{ Mainside-Drango (Post-"31;
Between the States drama) with

Anyone who wants a job Stan get one. Jeff Chandler, Joanne Dru and
How many times have you heard such a statement? Donald Crisp. Plus, Fighters of

It is NOT a fact! Not everyone can get a job, no matter the Lake.
how badly he needs one or would like to have one. { NATTCenter Escapade in

Who would employ a crippled child, a mentally retarded Japan.

child, a person suffering with an incurable disease, a per- Hospital-The D. I.
son suffering from mental illness, an unmarried mother Jimmy Cricket says: Give the United Monday Oct. 21

without support, a person with a heart condition, a child Mainside Jim Thorpe All
Way. Give fair share to the Com- American (football drama with
under working age with no parents, an elderly man or wo- your )
without kin? Burt Lancaster and Charles Bick-
man Chest-United Fund.
munity Your dona-
WE ARE PRONE TO WORRY ABOUT our own little ford.

bailiwick too much and forget about those less fortunate tion will be divided 42 agenciesfor NATTCenter-Drango.
than ourselves. These unfortunate people are right in our among Hospital-Escapade in Japan

midst. What can we do for them? Stop a moment and think a whole year. Tuesday. Oct. 22

how very, very important you are and can be to these Mainsido-Battle Hell (drama I
people. with Richard Todd and Akin

Because you care, you can help them past their miseriesso Honor Men ListedAt CarDiv Staff Chief Tami/off. (One showing at 1900.)
become useful citizens Thereis Also, Guided Muscle.NATTCenter .
they can more once again. Given
AE (A) School BuPers Post Jim Thorpe. All
no better way to make life more pleasant for these un- C. -
Capt. Ray Needham, Chiefof
fortunate men, women and children, than by giving throughthe Staff for Rear Adm. Clifford American.
Chest-United Fund. Pfc. Frederick Dickson of York- Hospital-Drango.
Community
H. Deurfeldt
Commander Car-
There are 42 agencies within the CC-UF, all of them ville. Ill., and Pcf. Raymond rier Division Two at NAAS Wednesday, Oct. 23

worthwhile and each providing a needed service. Most Brooks, of Bridgeport, Conn., Mayport, will Mainside Lawless Eighties
assume dutiesas
people are already familiar with the agencies, while some shared top honors in last week's Head of Aviation Assign- (western Crabbe style) with
would like know Buster Crabbe and John Smith
to about them.
more graduation ments in the Bureau
at Aviation of
Electrician's Naval
We will list the 42 agencies here, and beginning next Mate School Class A Personnel in December.His Also, Flying Horses and Magoos
week the Jax Air News will tell a little about each one of at relief has not been an- Check-Up.
them to better acquaint contributors with each agency and NATTCenter. nounced. NATTCenter-Battle Hell.
its function. Dickson, who entered the ser- (One showing, 1900))
vice in June 1, 1956 will report to Carrier Division Two is cur- Hospital Jim Thorpe, All
THE 42 ARE AMERICAN RED Cross, Boy Scouts, Boys the Marine rently serving aboard the USS American.
Home Association Boys Service Council Brewster Corps Base, Quantico,
,
Hospital Franklin D. Roosevelt with the
Va. while
Brooks who
Camp Fire Girls, Catholic Charities, Children's Home joinedthe Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. -
Society, Chidren's Museum, Child Guidance and Speech Marines in August 1956 will Aviation VeteranCompletes
report to El Toro Calif. for
duty.
Correction Clinic, Clara White Mission, Community Service
Planning Council, Daniel Memorial Home, Duval Heart As- TourAt

sociation, .Family Consultation Service, Girl Scouts, Good- a recent ceremony, William
will Industries, Hope Haven Hospital, Jewish Welfare So- Hare, ACC, former leading chief
ciety, and Legal Aid Association.Also of NAS Jax Operations Depart-

Mental Health Association, Multiple Sclerosis, Nurs- ment, was "piped over the side'
ery School Association, Blodgett Nursery, Brentwood Nursery into civilian life after a decadeof

Cumberland Nursery, Naldo Nursery, Old Folks Home, Naval service.
Opportunity House, Pine Castle Day School, Senior Center, Chief Hare entered the aviation
Salvation Army Corps, Salvation Army Emergency Home { wing in the early days of Navy
for Women, Salvation Army Red Shield Lodge, TravelersAid flying and was part o.the marchof

Society, Visiting Nurse Association, YMCA Davis St. progress from the fabric winged -

Branch YMCA, YWCA, A. L. Lewis Brancfr YWCA, USO biplane to the sleek jets of
and Volunteers of America. today.
AFTER SCANNING THIS LIST YOU'LL hear someone Holder of a Civil Service rating

bellow: "I don't like this agency, or I don't like that one." Hare is now employed at NAS
That's the beauty of the Community Chest-United Fund Jax as a. control tower operator.

drive. If you prefer to designate your contribution to one
particular agency you can so indicate this by a check markon James Strickland
the back of your pledge card and the agency will be
notified of your designation. Receives AOGraduation

Regardless of which agency is your favorite, the impor- HonorsJames
tant thing is that you GIVE. Remember how you react to
this drive will definitely affect the lives of thousands of Strickland, AOAN. of
_.___._ _... ..
-- :00 .
people in this community who are depending on the ser- Piedmont, S. C., was honor studentin
FIRST HAND INFORMATION S/Sgt. William
vices of the 42 agencies for a better way of life. Jones last week's graduation at Avia-
(left) is shown receiving instructions on handling a Staff NCO tion Ordnanceman School Class A
First recorded hurricane to hit Hurricanes contain many times swagger stick from Ma]. E. S. Maloney. (right) former com- at NATTCenter.

Florida occurred Sept. 19, 1559, I I the energy of a tornado, accord- manding officer of the Marine Aviation Detachment at NATT- Strickland, who entered the
when it struck what is now Pen- ing to aerologists with theNavy's Center. Jones was the most recent Marine honor student of the service in March of this year, has
i Aviation Ordnanceman School Class B.
sacola. Hurricane Hunters. been transferred to the USS Essex:



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Paralez vous Francais

Well, if you don't speak
Ptl
ww v French, Here's your chance to


l 4 learn.The USO Club at 331 W.

ir Forsyth. Street announces classes

in conversational French. are
.; being conducted there every
Tuesday evening at 2030.

Miss Virginia Lopez, a lan-
''' $ 'w', ..,... guage teacher with the public
,. : .':. ... school system, has offered her
.: services for the classes, and all
) service personnel are invited to
.1 ; take the lessons free of charge.
Other special events for the
; month of October listed by the
a > ; / USO aru:

; Semi formal dance Monday.
CHARTING SEARCH AREA-After launching SAR air : Oct. 21, at 2000, with music by
craft toward pilot's probable location area as estimated from .<- 1IiIi''<<' ""'- the NAS Jax band.

e first reports, officers in charge of coordination operations begin READY FOR TAKEOFF-Specially equipped with all Masked Halloween Party.
n Friday, Oct. 25, at 2000.
careful assembly of facts to pinpoint search area and prescribe types of rescue gear, amphibious "Dumbos" are kept readyat mask Bring
f your own or buy
one at
search doctrine to participating units. Screening information NAS Jax for instant takeoff on Search and Rescue missions. door.

n received by phone Flight Division Officer Lcdr. Benedict When an emergency signal is received, four of the fivemancrew Big Birthday Party for all

Scott listens attentively as Assistant Operations Officer, Comdr. board the aircraft and have it warmed up by the time service personnel having a birth-
a Charles Baumeister, (right) applies data to chart.COMMUNICATIONS the pilot has been briefed and arrives on the flight line. day in October. Gifts given.i
Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2000.
'
d r'sj4. S3Ii On Watch For Downed Pilots



IIb Search And Rescue Crew

ite e

Ofdi Here Is Always On AlertForced


:n
> >' to eject from his
--
plane because of mechanical private planes is another little- S.C., spread out through--this-

trouble publicized facet of SAR opera- area, watchfully
a Navy pilot swayed combing the
down toward the sea below. tions, which can quickly utilize dense undergrowth. Small boats

th Able to send only a brief identity crash fire equipment, crash boats explored rivers and backwater

K- and directional radio message and divers to supplement air- 'areas, and SAR divers went

before ejecting, he mentally checked craft coverage. down to check on pieces of
off raft inflation procedurethen DESIGNATED a Naval Rescue metal indicated by electronicgear.

began wondering just how Coordination Center for an area .
.b $ long it would be before he was covering from Vcro Beach up to Assembled
pieces of
wreckage
A.. found. and including South Carolina
aiun confirmed, however that the aircraft -
MONITORED AT NAS Jax, and extending some 600 miles had been almost
completely
kk his message had already spurrC'dinto out to sea NAS Jax SAn assum'soperational
.) destroyed, and reluctantly the
action Search and Rescue control over Coast
crew were presumed dead.
forces on the axiom that valu Guard, Marine Corps, Air Force, I
\11 Fortunately most SAR
..,.:._... __._. _,,,_:. '" "'W H.- {..;f'>:'. :..- able seconds saved may mean CAA and other civil agencies in tions do opera-
not end on such
IN VITAL ROLE-Communication saving a life. this area in an emergency re- a somber -

play a vital role in setting SAR units into action and in keeping As the crisp voice of the SAn quiring composite effort.A I will note testify., as many rescued men

the coordinator operating or controlling the units advisedof duty officer rapidly lined up other search coordinating nearly

JeIth pertinent development. Monitoring communications are, (left search facilities, men raced toward all of these groups was instituted i Heading this indispensable life

to right) Jesse Powell, RM2 receiving Morse code; William an amphibious plane used earlier this year for one of saving facility as area Deputy

th Duncan RM3, relaying message by teletype to ComFairJaxas for emergencies.Once SAIl's vn planes a "Dumbo"on 'Naval Rescue Commander i 13

os'11 directed by George Fair, RMC, and Richard Eichorn RM1, over the assumed search routine j flight from NAS Operations Officer, Comdr. Law-

talking direct to search planes. area, two after-station lookouts Atlantic City, nnd missing in a | rcnce Williamson. Routine SAR

.... &>t' __.. 'II. h.'J# ... would scan the sea surface: below ''South Carolina area covering operations are directed by Asst.
from the slow-moving "Dumbo" many miles of swampland and Operations Officer Commander

\ ri aircraft instantly ready to throw coastal waters. j I I I Charles Baumeister, and Flight
: '1cwi \ iH":... .: 'Division
if"/ : : : out smoke pots or dye markers. Two days of concentrated Officer, Lcdr Benedict
; SHIPS, AIRCRAFT and shore Scott.
F ::: search by SAR teams
;r.-,.;.....' :.. ....... stations in the probable search small finally disclosed Other
wreckage sufficientto directly-assigned SAR
0J '*: ; : area were also alerted, and a focus the
:; search on a ten personnel arc Noah Cox, ADC'
M1.; nearby Navy ship-based helicopter square miles coastal area. AP, George M. Hunt, AD1/AP
r
im ..7 would carry the pilot aloft MARINES FROM Beaufort I and Pete F Si/emore
jet ...."..,..,... by sling once he hadbeen found.In ADCAP.LT. .
... .
:{"
"
: a sea rescue, wind, current,
rt- m'5 '"
le1ide iP\\ sea state and visibility dictate the Col. Mitchell!

initial search pattern. Every pos-

sible effort is made to find the Takes Over

or missing man before nightfall when
air search is useless and chances
ivy MAD ReinsLt.
' 4R of surface rescue reduced to almost -
chg
pure coincidence.
of- Fortunately for our pilot, his Col.) William Mitchell relieved w

position was established by aircraft Maj. E. S. Maloney as

just before dusk, and he was commanding officer of the Ma-

ng ASr. : I helicoptered to safety, unharmed rine Aviation Detachment at

WI except for exposure effects. NATTCenter at ceremonies October -
THE NAS SAX Search and 5.

Rescue unit of Operations De- Col. Mitchell reported here

5 partment is called upon at least from Marine Corps Air Facility.

A once every week for some typeof Santa Anna, Calif., where he was

emergency and perhaps fiveor commanding officer of Marine

six times a year for maximum Helicopter Transport Squadron
rs <""
CALL-The Boat Division effort. COL. MITCHELL-Assumes -
DIVERS ARE ON plays a big
Ofen' part in Search and Rescue work, especially on inland waters. Most rescue efforts arise out 363.He wears the Distinguished Fly- command of Marine

Crash boats will shepherd a crippled plane approaching for a of emergency situations with locally ing Cross with four gold stars. Aviation Detachment at NATT

iaA landing, or search for missing pleasure craft. Air boats are based aircraft, including Bronze Star with Combat V, Air Center.

< available for swampy areas, and divers are used to search for guarding and guiding crippled Medal with 23 subsequent awards Egotist to Statue of Liberty

salvage and missing persons. Here John Starr, BMC, and aircraft down for a safe landing. the Presidential Unit Citation (upon arriving home from Eu

the Arthur Boza SN, steady heavy scuba gear tanks on driver Searching for missing swim with 2 stars, and the Navy Unit rope.) "Put your torch down,

has sex John Ingraham GM1 mers, fishermen, small boats and Co/nmendation. I honey, I'm home."




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:::::"."::;"::".;:., Bad Week For


fAX AIR SPORTS Unhealens In



NEWSDental NAS Grid PlayThe


Mainside football race nar-
-- --- -
rowed down during the past week

Officers W-4 ::: < r with two of the three previously

unbeaten teams bowing.
r i .
> ? FAWTU maintained its torrid

VP-18 Pace Keg LoopsThe pace handing VW-4 its first loss

of the season, 7-0. Potent FAWTU
t. i
Dental Officers came abreat of VW-41 in the Main- j holds a perfect, league-leading

last week. The Officers # k a. 5-0 mark, while VW-4 has a 3-!
side National Bowling League pul ai ___ slate.
led out a 2-2 tie against powerful Fasron 109, and elevated U1.

themselves into the first place. tie. ANOTHER UNSCARRED power -

The defeat dropped Fasron 109.- -- prior to last weeks' play, Fas-

into second place. League-leading'1 VA-172. Meanwhile, O & R ron Six, fell to Fasron 109, 13-6,

VW-41 fell to VA-176 "O," 4-0, picked up a shutout against the ky t and settled for a tie with NAR-

but managed to hang onto the Waves.In TU in a thrill-packed 6-6 game.

other American loop games Newcomer VP-16 #2 picked up

tic.IN OTHER NATIONAL League'
games, VFP-62 "A" gathered in splitters, 3-1, and VP-18 defeated a. H house pounded out a 17-0 shel-

four points in whipping VP-1G, VAP-62 Shutterbugs by the same ---FARE WELL-IN MAN'S FIELD=Caught-in a happy--moodare lacking of VAP-62 "A," then pro-

and VP-16 then did likewise in score. these members of the Waves bowling team entered in ceeded to whitewash VP-16 1.

trouncing VW-45, 4-0. Commun- Tuesday, VA-172 picked up a the American League at Mainslde. Laughed at when they entered 130.

ications grabbed a 3-1 decision win over VW-4#4, O & R defeated the fast men's loop, the damsels are holding their own o N C E-B EATEN defending

from VFP-62 Turboturks. the Waves, and VA-176 although not possessing a too imposing record. Team membersare champion VP-18 appears to be

Tuesday. VFP-62 "A' beat VP- "E" turned back VW-42, 3-1. (left to right) Beverly Humphrey, Vivian Harnois, Ann making a strong comeback bid

iQ 40. and V A-I 7G "0"' won over DISPENSARY beat NARTU Eaton, LaDonna Walsh and Betty Deno. Absent was Joanie after losing its opening game. The

VW-41. 4-0. ? 1, 10. and FAW-11 dropped Adams. Reason for the smiles? They had just posted a 3.1 win Patrolmen romped over VP-16-

Supply turned in a 1.0 drubbing Fasron-6, 3-1 1. Wednesday. over FAW-11. 1, 32-0, The defending football ,
of W-4#3, and Operations followed I .
- --- -
In Thursday play, VAP-62 kings now have a 3-1 mark.
suit with a 4-0 whitewashingof OPEN WITH GREEN COVE
Shutterbugs took a 3-1 win from -- VP-18. VW-4 and Fasron 6 all
VW-45 Wednesdays' games. VAP-62 Pinsplitters, VFP-62 "B" cherish 3-1 marks, while VFP-62
THE AMERICAN League lead drubbed VA-176 "E", 4-0, and likewise
Flier Five Paced is once-beaten, and has
switched hands last week, when VP-18 shutout VA-172, 4-0. two victories.
VP-18 relieved O & R via a 3-1 II
Standings ai of Oct. 14
Standing thru Oct. 11

win and a over romping VAP-62 four Shutterbugs point win, Dental Off National 18 League 6 .750, By Pair Of VetsWith Fawtu Team W 5 L 0 T 0

I VW-4 No. 1 21 7 .750 VP.16 No. 2 2 0 0
Fasron 100! 10 6 .625 \'P.18 3 1 0
VAP-62 'T' 12 8 .600 'W4 3 1 0
Rain Slows VFP-62 'A' 16 12 571 the 1957-58 Jax Navy varsity basketball season Fseron-6 3 1 1
Supply 12 12 .500 month VFp.62 2 1 0
VP-16 4 4 .500 slightly over a away, a gym-full of hopefuls are Nartu 2 2 1
Grid Action Hospital 11 13 .458 being raced through rugged conditioning drills nightly at Fasron-l09 1 2 0
Communications 9 11 .450 VA.172 1 3 0
VVV-4 No. 5 14 18 .438 Mainside Gym. VP.16 No. 1 0 2 0
Operations 8 16 ,333 carded fora AP-62 A 0 7 0
At Center V A.176 0' 4 20 .167 Practice sessions are cessful seasons, including three of
VW-4 No. 3 2 14 .125 1530 start each weekday. New
American League the past four as District champ
With Monday's games called off VP-18 22 6 .786 men are invited to try out ions under coach Frank McCaf- Stellar Golfing
O & R 20 8 FOLLOWING A string of sue-
due to inclement weather, Avia- .714
Fasron Six 16 8 667 I frey, the Fliers are being led this
tion Fundamentals remained the I I ComFairJax FAS-11 16 18 10 12 .571.643 season by Herb Stovall. I Event Listed

only team in the NATTCenter I 1 I V A.176 16 12 .571 Club An ex-Navy chief and former
Touch Football LeaguE with an VA-172 13 11 .542 Four RaceIn II
VFP-62 'B1 12 12 .500 player and coach for various service Ai NAS JaxThe

unblemished In played record.last Wednes- I I VW-4 VW-4 No.No. 4 2 13 15 .464.500 Spiker LoopThe outfits, Stovall has high hopesof I
games Dispensary 11 13 .458 successfully defending the 6ND first annual Jax Navy In-
day, AvFund measured AK Nartu 7 13 .350 Mainside Intramural :
Waves 4 20 .176 title. 1 vitational Golf Tourney, worth
School 20-6 taking to the air for Volleyball League narrowed
VAP-62 'P1 5 27 .156
I. some $500 in
prizes, gets underway
FLIER -
three touchdowns. Shutterbugs 3 21 .125 down to three unbeaten teams FANS have become accustomed

Support Splinters got back on this past week when VP-18 to real firebrand basketball -I for two days firing, Oct.
Teacher: "Billy, what are the throughout the 24-25 at the lengthy NAS Jax
the winning trial by dumping the boosted its record to 4-0 at the seasons

Ensigns of AGO, 6-0, in a hard seasons?" expense of VW-4, who absorbed McCaffrey was at the helm. Sto course.

fought contest. Billy: "Baseball, football basketball its first defeat. vall plans on presenting the same'I Heading a list of roughly forty

The Missilemen of N A W S I and vacation." Fasron Six holds a 2-0 mark fine product. 'I entrants to date are: Ace John-

School recovered from their first VA-172 stands at 4-0. while I Opener is tentatively set for son, Bob Taylor, and Rod Pen-

loss and tipped AE by a 9-6 count. I Daffynishuns: To a woman, a oncx'-beatcn VW-4 holds a 3-1 Nov. 21 at Mainside with Green I ney. The three all hall from

In the only other contest, the perfect husband is one who mark, still much In the race. I Cove's always rough Bullets providing ,I NAS Jax.
Ordnancemen of AO School and I thinks he has a perfect wife. opposition. I Play over the 18-hole route
Aviation Detachment I In.n I will
the Marine Jump-shot artist Jim Good, lead be divided into four flights,

battled to a 7-7 tie. ing team scorer last year, has l including i 1 i the championship

Standing.Team A returned along with Dave Smith. bracket.
W L T '
AvFund 2 0 0 f The pair are lone remnants of the The tourney will be a single-
'I
AO School 1 0 1 I
5 56-57
1\IarAvDet 1 0 1SupSplints club. round, medal play event. A certified -

AK School l I I gNavAlrWeaps AGGRESSIVE plans are being club handicap must accompany -
1 1 0 laid for sparkling festivities to I each application, along with
AE School 0 2 0
AGo School 0 2 0 I get this season off with a bang. an entry fee of three dollars.

: It's hoped to hold a victory dance 1 Invitations have gone to all

6 after the contest. country clubs and golf
AvFund Keglers k courses
t Beauty will play a part in the in this area and a large field

Dominate LoopThe )} 55 .. ,I M ti f t basketball picture this year witha is expected.

.5 .., v contest, getting underway this
Aviation Fundamentals ?s week, being held to select a Jax

bowling team continued to domi- Navy Flier basketball queen and VFP-62 'A' In
nate play in the NATTCenter N court.

bowling league, and in doing so Deadline for entries in the Golf Loop LeadThe

dropped AE School into third queen contest is Nov. 5 at 1600.
Mainside intramural
place behind NAWS School. : Interested applicants should golf
con is about but the
i With the first and second place tact NAS Jax Special Services at season over,
championship which be
,
teams squaring off last Tuesday, Building 930. Phone 512. may
decided in make-up is
games,
AvFund the three Waves
swept game civilian employees and still in doubt.
series from AE, to post a perfect dependents are eligible to com
VFP-62 "A" is
currently
mark of 16-0 during the pete.
holding down the number
first four weeks of play. one

StandingsAvFund _...__ _n_. ._ _.__ A woman slot with a .778 mark. NARTU
thought it
was alright 1
is second, 37 points off the
Won LoU EYE ON THE FUTURE-The three remaining Crackerjax
.. ....... .......... 16 0NavAlrWeapi basketeers to drive behind a policemanas pace, and VFP-62 "B" is third
.. 12 4 from the 1956-57 squad look over the schedule for long as she didn't him.
AC School 11 5SupSpllnl this year with coach Patti Ashcraft. Veteran returnees, ex- She thought pass with a .650 percentage, followed -
tAO 8 wrong. She was ar FAETU, 20
closely by points
School 8 8 pected to form the nucleus for this season's team are, (left rested for speeding and the officer behind.
AK School 4 12
to right) Sophia Sayatovich, Ashcraft, Ruth Bradshaw and
AGO School 3 13 explained that he had been Several other teams have
MarAvDet 2 14 Carolyn Johnson. The Jax Navy Crackerjax
are looking forward exceeding the speed limit be make-up games listed and
Hi Gam*-DtVllo, MAD 252 to another successful season. Ashcraft, with fond hopesfor cause he was hurrying to the may
move to a higher position.
HI SerleDeVito MAD 588
HI Avg Greenwood, AvFund 175 the club, is in her initial venture as mentor. scene of an accident.



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AIRCRAFT SALVAGE OPERATION-The above pictorial sequence tells a good part of the story, bu; far from alL of the operation of salvaging a crippled
hurricane tracking Super-Conatellation belonging to Airborne Early Warning Squadron 4. Photo No. 1 shows the big plane as it is first inspected after the accident
in which the aircraft was damaged and buried in the muck: ((2)) Railroad tie scaffolding goes up to support lifting bags under wings; ((3)) Heavy rain plagued
workers throughout the operation, which speeded up after placement and inflation of two pneumatic rubber bags under each wing. Arrow notes the two per
sonnel in precarious position; ((4)) Lifting of the plane to provide room for pallets to be placed under wheels, also permits digging away of mud from beneath radar
antenna housing: ((5)) Shovelled gravel replaces the mud and a roadway beneath the plane gradually takes shape: ((6)) Flowing gravel was used to fill in depres
sions left by wheels as they were lifted. Heavy chains were attached to wheel axle to shorten up the oleo expansion Joint. Ties at left prevent lateral movement as
it rises in the air(7)( ) Work continues far into the night as men labor to free the huge $7,000,000 plane; ((8)) With ditch finally built up with gravel and pallets
forming a firm surface, the "Connie" stands ready to move back toward the runway ((9)) Braced for traction heavy equipment keeps two three quarter-inch
cables taut fore and aft to control passage of plane over pallet section and to freedom. These photographs were taken by NAS Jax Photo Lab personnel who were

on the scene throughout to obtain visual aids as guidance for any similar plane salvage operation.

meantime worked on lighteningthe
Of Disabled'Cane Tracking 'Connie' load of the craft from an
Salvaging estimated 126,000 lbs down to
78,000 lbs. by degassing it and

Event Aboard NAS Jax removing equipment
Is History-Making FOUR RUBBER pneumatic

lifting bags were selected by
-- Willingham to raise the plane.
A Navy plane crashes on anical malfunction) prior to take- without doing further damage. It of the Navy and Secretary of Before these could be placed into
would have to be raised up high Commerce in 1951 for his effortsin
under each wing,
takeoff on the NAS Jax runway off.The position, two
63-ton aircraft wheeled off enough to enable a firm footingto salvaging and reconstructingtwo platforms of heavy
supporting
and immediately it be- the runaway to the right, travel- be built up under it, a decision aircraft that had sunk in 30 railroad ties had to be handliftedinto
comes "spot" news. But the led through a marsh for some further complicated by the pre- feet of water after a mid-air col- position. As these scaffolds

real news doesn't come until 400 feet, then with a sickeningjolt sence of three sewage pipes, one lision over Key West. began to take shape around 1830,
later when the Navy decides dropped four feet down intoa broken, beneath the aircraft, and The problem facing him now heavy rain fell and work had to
what to do with an aircraft rain-swollen, mud-filled drain- close proximity of a 4000 volt was not covered by any set pattern be postponed until the next morn
worth $7,000,000 that has age ditch. underground cable. for plane salvage. How well ing, Saturday, at 0800.
crashed.The Visible damage to the aircraft The man elected to supervisethis he solved it, however, is eVIdenced Placed atop the ties, the bags
job the Navy did at NAS seemed to be mainly to propeller difficult job was aircraft by the fact that on Sun- were inflated with special com
Jax on salvaging the crippled tips and the huge radar antenna salvage officer and also aircraft day, 36 working hours later, the pressors. As the increased pressure -
WV-2 will go down in history housing distending beneath the maintenance officer of Operations big plane stood once again on the slowly lifted the plane
as one of the outstanding achievements plane, a housing that enclosed Department, Lcdr. Oscar Willing- runway with not one tiny scratch wheels out of the encasing mud,
of this kind ever performed only part of the weather guaging ham. because of salvage operations. gravel was flowed into the depressions -
locally. electronic equipment aboard' LCDR. WILLINGHAM is no Building an access road to the left to establish a firm
SHORTLY BEFORE noon Oct. boosting the normal $2,000,000 novice in plane salvage. A veteranof plane was the first step, witH surface and prevent any unplan-
3, engine failure in one of Early dollar cost of the plane to a high 22 years service, he has recovered Public Works Department per- ned drop.
Warning Squadron Four's huge $7,000,000.THE planes for the Navy for sonnel beginning this phase within HEAVY CHAINS prevented
hurricane tracking Constellationscaused PLANE COULD not be ,the past ten years, earning com- an hour of the actual mishap.
the plane to abort (mech moved forward or backward 'mendations from both Secretary Operations and VW-4 crews (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)October )



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6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 October 1957



Are You Your Own Worst 'Pro Pay'


(Continued from Page 1))

Enemy?;Now Hear ThisThe fore would, wait be eligible six months for the before second he


following is a reprint of an article that appeared in a recent step.

issue of the Navy Times, written as a guest editorial by an 9 ,,, $'4k The total number of cligibles
unidentified Marine. for proficiency pay advancements/
: is limited to 15 cent of the
The Jax Air News, because of per
the story's close proximity to NAS LATER I went to the Exchange total enlisted strength.The .

Jax and to all military and Naval store to see what I could find out order also specifies that

establishments, wishes to reprintit there and what did I see but sev- hikes shall be phased over a

for benefit of readers. eral of these people making pur- period of at least four years. This

CALIFORNIA In chases of articles that civilians means that only a small numberof
regard to
wanted. the extra pay orders can be
the Exchange problem of "sneakattacks"
written in
by detectives, I would The person was asked for his or January.
like to add a few words of my her ID card and, naturally, they Granting of a proficiency increase -
to newly promoted indivi-
produced one. The salesgirl J,
own.At had duals will not be automatic. They
though, no way of knowing
the Marine installation
recently -
must requalify for the advancein
the purchase for civilian.
was a
I was "put out" when their
new grade but the six-
Now I ask what be
you, can
asked for my ID card by the gas month time-in-grade requirementfor
done? No do
one can anything,
station
attendant, even though the pay hike is waived.
or so they tell me.
there was a base sticker on my Those earning proficiency advances -
windshield.As WHAT WOULD you do if you
NEW OFFICERS' TOASTMASTERS PREXY Lcdr. Ray will be periodically checked -
I was standing there, a ser- were a merchant near a base and Mullens (left), newly elected president of the Jax Navy Toastmasters to see if their effectiveness and

viceman drove in with a car belonging several times a day customers ask Club accepts the gavel from Major Mal Malony who performance entitled them to retain -
I
to his neighbor. He was the price of something, then say, installed the new slate of officers at the installation ceremony.At the advance. It they fail to

refused gas. A few minutes later, "Oh, "I can get it cheaper at the right is Lt. Bill Barron outgoing president. pass the check, they will lose the
a wife drove in base. Or, "I'll have my neighborget
or rather she was extra pay through administrativeaction.
sitting on the right hand seat ofa it for me at the base." .

vehicle driven by a "friend." Wouldn't you blow your top? VA-172, VP-16, VA-35, VW-4 Report The Times quoted the Navy as

she, too, was refused. We lost refrigerators, stoves saying that it has not made any

WHEN I INQUIRED about the. and countless other items because Scouting SquadronsVA172 firm plans for putting the new

refusing of service to these peo- some serviceman bought them for order into effect. There was no

ple, I was told it was a common careless people. Yet these same indication.

affair and was the reason why offenders get red-faced when ask- VA35As
I was asked to show my ID card.I ed for their cards or refused if The "Blue Bolts" enjoyed an prospective deployment to
was told that if I stood there the car they want gas for belongsto all hands "beer bust" at the Skeet the Mediterranean area approaches IngenuityContinued

long enough I would: see enoughto a civilian. Club last Wednesday. Not much VA-35 is smoothly and ( from Page 5))
make could be said for the weather, but efficiently rounding out the
me mad. And these very same peopleare expansion of the wheel oleos as
In an hour, there were six cars complaining that they can't after much cheering and jeeringover training syllabus and bringing the plane rose to the desired six

refused gas because the car did buy everything at the Exchange. the World Series game, the squadron readiness to a fine inches clearance where' pallets!:

not belong to a serviceman. If the They blame Congress. They squadron braved the drizzle and edge. could be snaked under the wheels

family of a serviceman came in, ought to look to home. Their took to the diamond where a Two deployments to Guanta- With a firm surface to steady the

their car driven from another home. team of chiefs and officers struggled namo Bay, Cuba, plus a four- plane on, work of digging thick

state, and they were visiting a Respectfully, victoriously with an enlisted week period of day-and-night mud away from the radar housing -

son or daughter, then they were Mariner team. operations since the last Med could begin and a gravel and
given gas, and rightly so. All hands were sure that they cruise have paid oft in time pallet road built under the plane.
i
But these other nuts, and that's had lost a man on a long fly ball which can be put to good use between Crews worked through the

just the name for them, were to left field. Ltjg( ) Jack Mohr now and scheduled deployment night and arranged the pallets

put out because they couldn't get was going back to make the catch shortly after the first available into a 30 foot road sec-

gas for their friends.'Whala when he suddenly dropped from of the year. tion leading toward the runway

sight and the ball dropped into As a result of intensive training The carefully arranged pull-out

Place the woods for a home run. earlier in the year, it now, began the next morning.At .

Mohr was helped back to the appears that the squadron will 1500 Sunday just over 36

top of the gulley which he be able to make final preparations working hours since the opera-
For A Snooze 5>. avoided for the rest of the game. for the cruise without the tion first began, the $7,000,000

I Immediately following the softball ast-minute rush and pressure aircraft began moving toward the

Says Al Gaior game, two more teams were which often characterize the pre- squadron hangar and, mission accomplished -

drawn up and Squared off for a deployment period. weary personnel dispersed -

"Them there Navy guys just game of touch football. New additions to the squadronare from the scene.
can't to let For successfully directing removal -
seem feller
a 'lone Although there is still a little H. McGowen, AA; C. L. Long
when he wants of the WV-2 back to the
to hisself
sun on 1
dissension over who was the victor ADR3, and F. C. Hayden, AA.
a nice hard road," said little-ole runway, Lcdr. Willingham rece-
the was enjoyed by all.
five foot Allie Gator last Friday game ived a letter of commendationfrom
afternoon."All Recently reporting aboard the VW4VW4's NAS Jax commanding officer -

I done was crawl outa the squadron were Raymond Jones, crew had some interesting Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.,
: AD3 Robert Proctor, AA, and visitors last week, about five
,
St. Johns River and amble across who applauded the judicious plan-
i sea cows shooting the breeze with
a field near the NAS Jax Com- Willis Minatrea, AN. ning and careful attention to minute -
ij a blast of waterspray
once-
every
munications Transmitter Build- j detail throughout the opera-
n-a-while. They were the big
ing, where I wanted ta go fer a VP-16 tion.
,
gest visitors to land on the
nice sun bath. j VP-16 is getting back to the Coupled with the knowledge
'f l4 "'/ shores of VW-4 since 1955 whenan
"THEN ALONG comes a Navy ? l normal routine following the already gained through his serv-
alligator paid a visit to a post
panel truck filled with sailors on squadron's return from Lossie- watch. ice affiliation, this latest effort

their way to work and they spot: mouth, Scotland, last week. Pilot The post watch welcomed the probably rates Willingham as one
me right smack in the middle of and crew training is being em- with of the nation's top experts in air
alligator a ten-shot salute
the road," relates a perturbed 1 phasized. craft salvage.
while the sea cows were welcomed
Allie. ; During the Scotland deploy- with sticks and stones. The line Capt. Parish also asked that

Our friend goes on to say, "I I ment, six men completed qualifi- crew and post watches are keeping a "well done" be passed along

wouldna minded them sa .nuch ;! cations for plane commander. a sharp eye out for monsters to all personnel who participatedin

ifen they hadn'ta pulled the truck They were Ltjg( ) Robert Conk from the depths of the St. John's the giant aircraft's recovery.

over ta the side and gotten stick) lin, Randall Brice, Pat Gatten, Who knows, maybe next timeit thus reflecting credit on the com-

to prodme outa the way back ints: John Grunenwald, Bud Fisher will be a Super Connie. mand.
the field I come through. and Walt Zaborniak.
Something new has been added
"Then one of them calls the VP-16 will be getting its sports to ranks of the Hurricane Hunters

Jax Air News ta make a pitcher ," :''j program into full swing now. Ensign It's an R7V Super Constellation; Civilians

of me. That did it. I was sa darned I 1 1a I Bob Naab, squadron recreation flown in from Ontario Calif., las (Continued from Page 1))
mad I v
didn't care none then, v officer, has entered two week by Comdr. C. K. Miller and
says Allie. touch football teams, three volleyball Lcdr. R. R. Kidwell. on Oct. 25 during the hours

HE WAS SURROUNDED b y teams and a bowling Unlike the WV-3 Connies the 0830-1130.

five sailors and a civilian when team in intramural leagues. squadron already has the Personnel other than O & R

the Air News reporter and a VP-16 shares the west side ol f R7V, with its six crew members, and Supply will report on Oct

photographer reached the scene, Hangar 140 with the "Mad Foxes' is a transport aircraft capable o f 22, 08301130.
and he wasn't at all happy about following the return of Detachment carrying 98 passengers or 30,000 All "stragglers" will be accom-

the situation.In STRIKING-Movie actress Myrn Alpha of VP-5 from Port pounds of cargo. modated on Oct. 25 during the

order to have him put wherehe Hansen former Miss USA Lyautey. Lt (jg) and Mrs. H. J. Walter r hours of 13301530.

belonged, a Florida Fish and strikes a fetching stance in a New VP-16 members are J. C. are the happy parents of a 7 Participants should have avail-

Game officer was cabled and Allie new bathing suit. She plays Minnis, AMHAN; R. G. Rhoton pound 1 ounce daughter. CarolineGrace able the duplicate receipt issued

was soon on his way to parts un- feature role in new movie A. A.; R. C. Moore, ADR3; and J. came into the world on Oct ;. them at the time funds were

known. "Raintree County." A. Wilson, ATAN. 10. collected.Page .