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: January 23, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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IRS Has Address Problems I IA

,\ large amount 0 f mail when they are returned to the This is particularly desired
\ bearing insufficient addressesis tax bureau. Oft-times the address if a person's service address is

being received in post offices is not complete, or the expected to change within the
through the fleet, sentto man is no longer with that
Navy personnel from the outfitor ship.Therefore next year.
Internal Revenue Service. when filling out Attention is called to section

Most common address erroris this year's income tax forms 55, Bureau of Supplies and Ac-
lack of.ship or unit name. It's desired that personnel use counts pamphlet, "Federal Income
The IRS uses the address their i permanent home ad- Tax Information," dated
given on income tax returns dress. Nov. 14, 1957

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J-X sv f,S NV \' VoL 15 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S.Jacksonville. Florida. 23 January 1958

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CDCN is shown using one of the new two-way radios installed
in several NAS Jax Public Works vehicles being used for 0 & R HereA
emergency delivery of personnel and goods to various Station
destinations. The service, officially inaugurated last week, is
under direction of CWO Frederick Fannon. A simple call to reduction in force of 130(
extension 471 or 375 will bring a vehicle to your door for any civilian employees a t Naval
official business needs.
Air Station Jacksonville was

announced last Thursday by

NEW PW SERVICEINAUGURATED the Navy Department.This .

reduction in force, which

HEREIf will be in the Overhaul and Re- S

pair Department, is necessitated
you need to get to another section of the Station on official by the limited operating funds
basis and need to get there in a hurry, all you have to do is con- and changing requirements
tact the dispatcher at Public Works transportation office and a car
throughout the Navy's shore establishment -
will be dispatched on the double.
able for off-station trips.
All this, thanks to a new service the announcementsaid.
incorporated recently by NAS This service which underwent .

Jax Public Works Department. A lengthy CWO Frederick experimentation Fannon before under Second of the current fiscal MARINE OF MONTH S/Sgt. Gordon- Young, (left) instructor -
simple call to extension 471 or at Aviation Fundamentals School at NATTCenler, is
the reduction in force is to
is year
375 will serve the trick. being made pfficial last week, shown being honored as Marine Aviation Detachment's Marine- I
ALL THAT is required is that available to both military and be completed as of March 31. of-lhe-monlh. He's being congratulated by Lt. Col. William
trip is official businessand civilian employess. In the first RIF announced last Mitchell, commanding officer of MAD. The award is based on
your on proficiency, courtesy and neatness.
it does not take you off the BESIDES A busy, complex summer, this Station was author- .

Station. transportation dispatch office, ized[ to release 351 workers, but [Increases Due Many
This emergency service is still these vehicles can be dispatchedvia only 239 actually were let go.
confined to on-station use. Two radio receivers in each car. The remaining jobs were saved

other sedans, however, are avail- Reason for the radio-equipped due to attrition, brought about by Action Expected Soon .On
:vehicles is to expedite faster ser- retirements resignations and the
vice. For instance, if while a shifting of some employees into
Doctor Gets driver is on a mission a call existing positions.
comes in to the dispatcher requesting Military Pav Leaislation
Praise For service in an area already -
II ...
being served by that driver WEEKEND TIDE
Rescue the dispatch desk can contact HIGH LOW The much talked-about lilitary pay raise bill was in-
TryLcdr. him enroute rather than havingto AM PM AM PM troduced in the House last 'eek. It's expected to receive
wait until the driver returnsto speedy and favorable, treatmei it: from the lawmakers.
Elbert Welch, flight Fri. 10:38: 11:04: 4:25: 4:49:
surgeon of VFP-62, receiveda the office. Sat. 11:16 11:25: 5:06: 5:28: The pay legislation proposes ing-in the increases for officers
hikes based the 1957 Cordiner
commendation from Capt. Sedans, which serve a large Sun. 11:57: 5:52: 6:12: and warrant officers and a "sat-
Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS (Please turn to Page 6, col. 4.) Committee principles, or an optional isfactory service" contingency for
six cent increase for
Jax commanding officer, in per enlisted step-in-grade' advances.
most military personnel.
ceremonies last week. This was outlined in last week's
The commendation was presen- PERSONNEL with less than Jax Air News.
ted to Lcdr. Welch by Capt. Ed- two'years service are not expected Enlisted personnel, however,
win Kiem, VFP-62 commandingofficer. to benefit from the proposed automatically enter the new sys-
pay raises. tem with i establishment of the
"Following the crash of an SNJ r lJ The pay bill i highly recom- two additional pay grades under
from NARTU Jax last October, mended by President Eisenhowerin selective application of pro pay
Lcdr. Welch was dispatched to his recent State of the Union advances, reenlistment controls
the scene, near Green Cove message, would 1 modernize the and retaining programs.

Springs, to administer aid. present system 0 f compensationand THE PRO pay plan, awardingone

The helicopter was unable to provide new career incen- or two pay grade advances,
hover low enough for a normal tives for highly qualified officers (Please turn to Page 6, col. 5.)
rescue attempt because of tall and enlisted men.
trees. The bill discards the outmoded,
Dr. Welch elected to lower well-known longevity system and Varner, Poulos Gain
himself on the sling cable and establishes new basic pay scales
AO HonorsGerald
drop to the ground. for all ranks, in addition to reserve Top

After a safe landing and ad- officer term-retention provisions : Varner AOl, of Beloit
ministering medical help to the EM proficiency advancesand Wis., and Pfc. James Poulos, of
stricken pilot, Dr. Welch hen the percentage costoflivingraises Pierre, S. D., grabbed top honorsin
cleared'space in the underburshto for all with more than two graduation exercises held last
enable the helicopter to des- years active duty who otherwise week at the Aviation Ordnance-
cend low enough for a normal would not benefit by Cordiner man Schools, Classes "B" and
sling recovery. proposals. "A."

___.__ -- OFFICER AND enlisted ranks Varner, who narrowly missed
44(<<<.4H 5 MDBS Payments Due ENSIGN WINS HONORS Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr.. would also be expanded to" include the all time high mark at the
Mutual Death Benefit Society (left) NATTCenter commanding officer gives a congratulatory grades 0-9 and 0-10 and school will be transferred to
members are reminded that assessments handshake to Ensign E. M. James on his selection as honor E-8 and E9.Defense Patron 2, at NAS Whidbey Island -
student in last week's Aviation Ground
graduating class at the
No. 85 and 86 are due Department has while Poulos is still
pro- unas-
Officers School. Ensign James, native of Shreveport La.. will
by Jan. 28. report to Washington D< C. for further, training. vided for converting, and phas- signed.




23 January 1958
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a + Publishing Of Final

-n&niws Multiple StandingsMay

KAS, lacklOD.we 0 { JLIW Be Axed Soon
Ca1)t. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .................... ..................... .... Commanding Officer
c&adr.: Robert H. Smith _....-...-.....................................:................. Executive OfficerCommander :
Fleet Alt Jacksonville Publishing the final multipleof
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ...................................................................... 4.
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. *......................._._............. Chief of Staff i those who participate in petty

Capt Sidney J. Lawrence ..Flees............Air.........Wing.............Elena................................... .. ... CommanderC.pL \4' officer promotion exams may be
T. E. White ..-....................... .................... .... Chief Staff Officer abolished soon, according to Bu.
Training Center j
Naval Technical
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr ..... Officer 9 vw Perr personnel experts.
Comdr. Wilfred E. Flesbman"::::Naval:.....::7.:7..o:::Hospital:::::::::: :::: ::::::::::: :: Executive Officer i Those who advocate banning

Capt. Benjamin N. Aid ..................................................................... Commanding Officer publishing of final multiples say
Capt. Marcy Shupp ....._.__.....................NAJ\TU.................................................... Executive Officer disclosure of same is "detrimental.

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ............................................................ Commanding Officer ."
Comdr. William E. Hardy ........._........... .......................................... Executive Officer
They argue that too many sail-

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville: Floridaat ors use the final multiples to
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXbS P-J3.
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed tree of charge to military and civilian personnelof check up on how commanding
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training the
officers rate performance
Center Fleet Aft Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. of
Naval Hospital. their
Service Information Officer .. ........... Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter, Jr. shipmates.
Managing Editor! Andrew H. Planey While there is nothing classi-
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes, PHI; fied about the enlisted personnel
John IsbelL JOSN; Ben Sylar SN; Staff Photographer, Jim Moore. P1I3.
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. marks, the experts feel their
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is is the
publication same as
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo-
graphs.Editorial. ing officer fitness reports avail-
offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Bunding.
Phone extensions HIM. 8348, 271 or 210. able.

I a'IWi..w '$S ,- u ,- It's comparatively easy for a

Servicemen l" SUPPLY GENERAL VISITS HERE Brig. Gen. Ray J. man to deduce an exam score
FAWLant Chief/ .I Laux (second from left) Deputy Executive Director of the and performance factor, once the
Military Subsistence Sup ply Depot Chicago is shown with
Reminded Of On Visit HereRear Capt. Kenneth Wheeler (left) NAS Jax Supply Officer: Comdr.J. final multiple is known, since the
L. Deland, (second from right) Material Division Officer, and service and award factors are
Adm. W. A. Sutherland Jack Fisher, (right) supervsior of Cold Storage, as he inspectedhere easy to find out.Mainsidc .
Tag RulingPersonnel I Jr., Commander Fleet Air last Friday. Gen. Laux visited storage facilities here and
conferred with local Naval officials.
Wings, Atlantic Fleet, arrivedat

concerned about pur- NAS Jax today for a one- i
Raises Proposed
chasing new Florida license tags day visit with Capt. S. J. Law- Pay o t
are reminded of the protection rence, Commander Fleet Air

afforded them under the Soldiers Wing 11 and staff.Accompanying .
Will It Be 6 Or 7%
and Sailors Civil Relief Act, pro- Rear Adm. %/

viding they meet certain re- Sutherland are nine officers ( and NATTCenter

quirements.If from his staff at NAS Norfolk. movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday

you are in Florida solely by During the Admiral's stop For Classified WorkersPresident Sunday and holidays,

virtue of military orders; if you here, he is being briefed by 1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital movie

are a legal resident of a state, officers of FAW-11 Staff and Eisenhower has sent to Congress his legis daily. 1900.)

territory or political subdivisionother commanding officers of the lative proposal for pay raises for the Government's one and Thursday Jan. 23

than the state of Florida; Wing's various squadrons. one-half million classified and postal workers. Mainside Hellhound (crime
if you have valid license plateson Current activities plus future
"Initial revealed drama) with John Russell and
reports an I
your auto for the state of plans are being reviewed, classified pay ceiling instead of
the board 6 mini- Karen Hagaman. Also Greedy
across percent ,
your legal residence; if the vehicle after which a tour of FAW-11 the present $16,000. Grade 16
raise for all. But the Tweety.
is registered in your name hangar spaces is planned. mum pay employees would be increasedin

alone; if you are not claiming This evening, Rear Adm. Federal Employees News Digest salary from $16,000 to $18,000a NATTCenter Naked m the

homestead exemption in Florida Sutherland and party will be reports that all classified em- year. In addition, these em. Sun (indian western-color) with

-then the state of Florida can- entertained at the Officer's ployees .in grades 1 through 10 ployees subsequently would receive James Craig and Lita Milan.
and all postal workers would
not legally require you to purchase Club. Tomorrow, the visiting, $500 a year within-grade Hospital Ride Out For Revenge
receive flat six cent I
a Florida license plate. party leaves for NAS Glynco. a per increase each 18 months, until (western drama) 'with
hike. Classified in
they "reached the proposed maximum Rory Calhoun and Gloria Gra-
The protection still holds despite grades 11 through 14 would rec-

the fact that personnel may IRD Job Titles Changed eive 7Vi percent. Employees in pay ceiling of $19,500. hame.

have children enrolled in Florida grades 15 through 18 would THE PRESENT restriction on Friday, Jan. 24MainsideSomething
The titles of the Occupation the number of of Value
schools or the wife is using the receive increases of 12 to 14 per- supergrade jobsin
car to drive to and from a placeof Analysis Administrator and the cent. grades 16 to 18 would be removed (drama) with Rock Hudson and

employment in the city of Occupation Analysis Division, Industrial so that more employees Wendy Hiller.NATTCenter.
SOME 1.000 classified workers
Jacksonville.If Relations Department, would get a chance at these Hellbound. .
have been changed to Salary and are employed by NAS Jax, positions. At present, these jobs: Hospital Naked in the Sun.
personnel meet these requirements with the highest grade being GS-
Administrator and
Wage Salary are limited to
and Florida only 1,226 employees Saturday Jan. 25
and Wage Administration Division 14. Mainside
insist that they purchase Florida of IRD, but their functions Another highlight of the President's Steel Bayonet
The (drama nand
Employees New ) with Leo G e n
tags, they can contact their legal
remain the same, according to proposal is the estab- also Kieron
reports that Moore.
officer for advice.Navy .
IRD officials. lishment of
a new $19,500-a-year work
is considered by their NATTCenterSomething of

. .. agency as "above that ordinarily Value.
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: :: :: : ::: ; :
'' Wives I ::. ;!::!.;::.(:f;:;,;:: required in the type of position Hospital Hell bound.

.J J. concerned" could be given merit Sunday, Jan. 26
w., ....... orious within-grade salary increases MainsideOregon Passage
:. .1. This would be in addi (color western) with Lola Albright -
CornerMrs. t tion to the regular automatic and John Erickson.

1- within-step salary increases received AIR NEWS-12

Barney Meyer was elected for satisfactory work. Only NATTCenterSteel Bayonet.

president 0 f Jax Navy Wives one merit within-step raise could Hospital-Something of Value.
Club No. 86 for the second be
year given within the
time span Monday, Jan.: 27
at a meeting held Wednesday, >a of a regular
within-step raise- Mainside-All at Sea (comedy)
Jan. 8, at the clubhouse. every 52 weeks for
? employees with Alec Guinness and Irene
Elected to serve with Mrs. grades 10 and below
and every Brown. Also, Jerry and the Lion.
Meyer are Mrs. James Murphy, I 4k 78 weeks for those in grades 11 NATTCenter Oregon Pass

vice-president; Mrs. Albert Rose, and above.

recording Mrs. Wood- Thus, if age.Hospital
secretary; an employee received Steel' Bayonet.
phen Hall, corresponding secre- a merit increase during each Tuesday Jan. 28

tary; Mrs. Wallace Everoski, period when he received the Mainside-Female Animal (CS

treasurer; Mrs. John Damon, par- regular automatic within-grade drama) with Hedy Lamarr and
liamentarian, and Mrs. John pay raise, he would reach of
George Nader. Also, Vally
Clark, chaplain. top of his grade in exactly half Two Face.

Accepted as new members at him the time it would ordinarily take NATTCenter All at Sea.
to do
the Wednesday meeting were so. Hospital Oregon passage.VVednesdayJan.29 .
Mrs. Ronald Clapp, Mrs. Royster

Tucker and Mrs. Jack Wilson. : 1k + Pup tent Pete says they ought 60,000
to put Mainside Destination
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. on all Marilyn the Monroes' picture (Air Force Drama) with Preston

George Moore, who is leavingsoon ,{ r mind kissing bills so you won't Foster and Coleen Gray. Also.

for New Mexico. Mrs. MooreIs bye. your money good- Fox Terror and The Fishing Bear.
a life member of the Jax Club. INSTRUCTOR COMMENDED At a recent personnel inspection NATTCenter-Female Animal.
at NATTCenter, Donald Dean, AEC (left) instructorat -
The newly elected officers will A Hospital All at Sea.
Aviation Electrician's Mate School is awarded a commendation chubby Wave
be installed at ceremonies follow- by Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. NATTCenter commanding girdles are cheaper reported that -

ing a banquet at the Seminole officer. Dean constructed training aids for the AEB( ) School, In fact she than ever- The Soviet Navy is now second
material, and hours of got one for a
using salvage spending many "off-duty ridicul overall sea-
only to the US in
Hotel, Saturday, Jen. 25. time" in doing so. ous figure.
t power.


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I' 1-3'-r Januar.y 1958 JAX AIR" NEW"p' 3 1 1Up

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With Civilians '
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(Periodically, the Jax Air Newt V

in cooperation with Industrial "r (Personnel are invited to visit

Relations Department will list USO Servicemen's Club at 331

various promotions Naval Air W Forsyth St. The club is open

Station personnel). from 0900 to 2300 daily.)

This week continues the list of Thursday, Jan. 23 Learn to

polka, 2100-2200.
employees on the promotionroster f "
Friday, Jan. 24 "Girl of thMonth"
effective Dec., 1, 9, 15 and a. s
dance with the Jax
Navy Band. Informal:
Overhaul and Repair Depart- Saturday Jan. 25 Open
.ment had 13 promotions, with House.

seven more from Supply, three Sunday, Jan. 26 1000, free
from Public Works, six i from coffee hour; 1045, attend church;

Comptroller Department and five 1230, club reopens; 1730, Vesper

from Miscellaneous. and refreshments; and 2000,
Emite Manning, aircraft instru movie "Johnny Dark."
COMMUNICATIONS STRUCTURE This building is one of the Station's newest
ment mechanic third to air-
step I structures. It will be used, along with a sister structure, as a communications and receiving Monday, Jan. 27-Have a good
craft instrument mechanic (elec- building. Located across the runway from Operations tower building, the structures were time tonight.
tronics) third step; Albert Mar- completed at a cost of SC63.000.Bluejacket's Tuesday, Jan. 28-2000, square
chant Jr., student trainee (me- dance lessons.
chanical engineering) GS-2, At Cost Of $463,000 Wednesday, Jan. 29 Disc

t 0 student trainee (mechanical Manual jockey and games.SPUTNIKTRAC.

engineering) GS-3; George Now On Sale New Communications
Meyers, electrical engineer GS7to
electrical engineer, GS-9; Fred A completely revised editionof r-
Minor Jr., engineering draftsman the Bluejacket's Manual is
( GS-4 now on sale at Navy Ex-
general) to engineering Buildings Completed
draftsman (general) GS-5. changes establishment.throughout the Naval.

Marvin Poole Jr., aircraft ord- -
Brought; up to date, the The Station's two new prove the communications sys
nance repairman second to
training i handbook and re- est structures, located across
aircraft mechanic (ordnance tem.Both
I first step; Frederick Scharar), cruit's guide has been rewrit- the apron and runway from are single story struc-

student trainee (aeronautical ten and restyled in a more Operations Building, have tures, begun in Dec. 1956, and I

engineering) GS-2 to student interesting and less formal been completed and made have been completed at an over-

trainee (electronic engineering) manner, according to the US ready for operation in the all cost of $463,000.THE .

GS-3; Donald Sheffield, aircraft Naval Institute, which super- communications network 0 f TRANSMITTING build-
vised the revision. (AFPS) tho Station. ing contains
instrument mechanic second stepto roughly 1,800 square
aircraft instrument mechanic One building will house trans- feet of space, while the building yj 6 x x

(electronics) second step; Ralph mitting equipment, while the housing receiving gear, locateda Nk
Story, helper aircraft mechanic Marine Reservist other will have receiving equip- few hundred feet away, has 4+

(ordnance) third step to aircraft ment. 1,600 square feet. ? c
ordnance repairman first step. Travels Many MilesMai. CONSTRUCTION of the two Of the total cost of construction -

. John Urban, aircraft ordnance James Massey, VMF-144 buildings away from the con- $50,000 was provided from
gested industrial area of the Op
Air .
Force funds.Operation
repairman third step to aircraft
Ordnance Officer, has been
erations Building, will result in i
mechanic of the buildings will
(ordnance) third step;
traveling progressively farther
less interference and thus im-
for all De-
Hidalgo Vega, aircraft Instrument Operations
and farther to weekend drills
partment tower communicationsand
mechanic third step to aircraft -
instrument mechanic (elec- for the past four years. Medics Busy will include radio receivers, ?

tronics) third step:!Frank White, After release from active dutyin Figures released this week by and aU FAW-11 receivers besides
1 ,aircraft instrument mechanic 1952, and following a brief the Medical Department at RATTCenter building equipment.

third step, to aircraft instrument stint with Atlanta, Ga., reserve NATTCenter reveals that nearly According to Ensign John -
mechanic (electronics) third squadron, Maj. Massey moved to 10,000 Naval and Marine person- Craven, NAS Jax electronics officer E R High powered radio installation -

step; Arthur Williams, aircraft Lake City, Fla., 60 miles west of nel were given out-patient treat- the complete installationand has been I successful D Weitover in, track-Mass.

e ordnance repairman third step to Jacksonville.A ment. check-out of all equipmentwill ing Russia's earth satellites 11
1 aircraft i mechanic (ordnance) subsequent move to Tifton, This includes the 5,142 immunizations be held in June.Russians has been announced by scientists -
second step; and .Herbert Young, Ga., caused him to travel the 160 administered by the operating 'the tracker for
Sr., aircraft instrument mechanicthird miles from the Georgia city to Department.The the Air Force. .

step to aircraft instrument Jax. Now with another move to Unveil
Athens Ga. Maj. Massey first Naval Air Station
mechanic .(electronics) third New Delta Work
Wing Set
t '*""""""" mutes 312 miles every drill was established a t Pensacola, Day
d step. weekend. Fla., on Jan. 31, 1914. Combat PlaneRussia's
Advanced at Supply Department At NAS ChapelPaintup /

f were Lillie .Colegrove, .'r/ry}) :< 1,. ; : } ;: };. 2Y:# W.r -0..1tl : ,.i.,''"," t.ii.:: ;; <7I<'h' ( \ ,.<
: : t.: ;
clerktypist'GS3 to property wi J : ,.,i :>,, ? Y t ...r.'d"' .: 'f. l'.; "delta-wing" aircraft shown to activities building 722
: 'iiW.\: :>m ''f' date is called the will be held this
"Fishpot, and Saturday,
disposal clerk, GS-4; Francis .
was shown at the recent Soviet beginning at 0900.
e Gardner, property and supply {l!: k a Air Show at Tuchino, Moscow. This is to complete the

I supervisor GS-7 to supervisory The fuselage is a long clean painting of Sunday School

receiving and shipping GS-9; ,;.r: :< ( ,' cylinder of uniform depth. The classrooms.

Lawton Green, supervisory gen- .. :. ; true delta wing is swept approx- Anyone able to give a few
'. imately 60 which indicates hours all in
t. eral supply clerk GS-6 to transportation '''', 'Tbel degrees, or day pushing a
near Mach 2 ,performance. paint brush or roller is invitedto
assistant GS-7; Mary '.' ;x' f come and help. Lunch will

) Justice, card punch operator SWEPT-WING STYLING-This drawing shows new Russian A conventional tail is swept be served by the Chapel Wo-
.e GS-2 to card punch operator jet. designated "Fishpot' recently seen at the Moscow air sharply on the forward edge.A men's Guild.
' GS-3. show. Sweep of delta wings indicates a possible speed of mach nose cone may have radar For further information,
1 2 and a combat ceiling of well over 50.000 feet.
'- gear which would make the call the Protestant Chaplain's
Fishpot a potential all-weather Office, extension 425.

I | Fresh Water Sea Bill Pushedd !I fighter.
Pay I It's combat ceiling is prob- "Now children," said the
ably well over 50,000 feet
< according teacher, "How do you suppose
," Navy and Coast Guard "freshf on harbor craft, most landing-that sea pay is to compensate Naval to Aviation the Jan.News 1958, which issueof Noah ark passed his time on the
water sailors" will have a better craft and other vessels that : enlisted
ply men for cramped and carries an article on Fishpot as There was no answer.
chance of getting sea should
President Eisenhower go along inland waters. constricted living conditions well as several pictures on page "Well," she continued "I think

with a recent Defense Depart- The rule also leads to intricate aboard ship, and that the degreeof 31. he did a lot of fishing."

ment regulation, according to definitions of when a vessel is salinity of the water has "That's wrong," replied little
Ben: "Johnny, what do bats do
10 Navy Times. "restricted to inland waters," and nothing to do with it. Freddie.
in the winter? "Wrongl". smiled the startled
close about' how
questions much
''n Under a present presidential time a vessel must spend outside Some 350 Army men and ap- Bob: "Split, if you don't oil teacher. "And why is that
0> order, sea pay is forbidden crewsr roximately 300 Navy men would them." wrongr""Noah
before it is not "restricted.
< of vessels "restricted to Inland benefit by the proposed changeat I couldn't have done much
'I. | Matters would be simplified bya I
waters. a cost of $100,000 per year. Prospective tenant: This room fishing. He only had two worms."
That lets out Navy and CG Defense proposal to wipe out Probably a smaller number of is nice, but a bit too small."

men in the Great,Lakes area, not distinction between inland and men and amount of money wouldbe Landlord: "For you we'll put: An undertaker we know signsall
1d to mention Army enlisted salts other waters. The argument is involved in the Coast Guard. on thinner wall paper." his mail: "Eventually yours."
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Pag 4 JAX AIRNEW 23 January 1958


New Budget To Call .

For Manpower CutsPresident 4 .IY Y tr

Eisenhower's budget plans for the Navy in fiscal

L059 call for cuts in manpower strength a slight reduction in active t

warships and an increase in money for missile procurement and

research with the Polaris missile getting top priority, according to

Navy Times._ .. 1
Also asked were a cut in we / JJ'W I
remain unchanged at 20. I
cumber of support ships in the THE ACTIVE aircraft inven- ,\
active fleet and formidable
for both
tory, including planes
shipbuilding program, including Navy and Marine Corps, will
missile and the
guided destroyers drop from 10,654 to 9,826. Op-

first nuclear-powered frigate. erating aircraft will total 8,054

NAVY TIMES pointed out during fiscal year 1959, a drop of
that the first three Polaris ballis- 679 aircraft

tic missile firing subs are included -, Logistical support aircraft will

in the 1958 supplemental request total 1,772 in 1959 compared with

1,921 during the current fiscal
The President asked Congressto Z
year. YA., ':K
give the Navy $10,720,000,000new ,' .
The pew shipbuilding program n ,

money billion for fiscal than 1959.the Thisis final provides for construction of 23 _v "t.", ., ,. ." -.r II- ',..>'M ..,,"_ :if \
$251 more vessels and for
major eight con- DISEASE VECTOR CONTROL GROUP close-knit last week honored
estimated appropriation for A : group Lt. J. G.'
versions, as well as advance procurement McWilliams: (front row, fourth from left) of Disease Vector Control Center before he left for
the current fiscal year. of long lead-time components his new post with Naval Research: in Egypt. New arrivals to the Vector Control Center were

By June 30, 1959 the Navy will for ships to be started also welcomed: at this time. Pictured are, front row left to right, D. L. Hayden. civilian ento-
have total active duty force of in the future, such as the second mologist: CWO E. E. Atwood: Lcdr. F. R. DuChsnois, Center head: Lt. McWilliams: Mrs. S. Atlee
and Ensign D. W. Ribble. Second row G. A. Wright. HMC; J. E. Adkins. HM2: J. W. Grand all,
630,000 officers and men, or nuclear powered attack aircraft HM1: F. H. Looby HM1 and R. M. Greene HMC. Rear K. L. Loftis. HM2: W. J. Schultz SA:
15,000 fewer than will be in ser- carrier. G. Patillo, HM1, and E. F. Gist, HM1.
vice on June 30, 1958. -

THE TOTAL number of active VP-18, Fasron Six, VP-16 Report Vector Control
ships will be 864 during the new MATH COURSESplANNED

fiscal year as compared with 901 '
currently. HERE Group HonorsEntomologist

Fighting ships will total 396 in Scouting Squadrons Walter Stovall Jr., Mathe-

1959, there are 402 warships in matics instructor for the Gen-

the active fleet now. Fourteen of VP-18 Lt (jg) J. F. Kern Jr., Lt (jg) eral Extension Division i i of

them will be aircraft carriers, one W. J. Hamilton Jr., and Lt (jg) Florida, would like to organizetwo After a formal inspectionlast
Lt Richard
less than now. (jg) Fitzpatrick G. L. Winans. math courses at NAS Jax week, personnel of Disease
aboard from NAS
Support ships are being cut cently reported The Administrative and Per- to begin around Feb. 1. Vector Control Centerat
Hutchinson Kansas where he
sharply, from 499 to 468. sonnel office has been working Specific courses offered will NAS Jax gathered in
While the number of carrier completed flight training. double time after the combinedmove depend on the desires of stu- honor of Lt. J. G. McWil-
hails from
air groups is being reduced from N.Fitzpatrick Y. and from Ossining Vil-, to one large office. Pre- dents who sign up for classes. liams of the Medical Service
17 to 16, the number of carrier lanova, University before enteringthe viously, the office was located in Possible courses to be givenare Corps, now on his way to

anti-submarine: squadrons will Navy. two separate rooms across the Fundamental Mathematics, serve with Naval Researchin

I VP-18 received the following passageway from each other. Basic Mathematics and Differ- Cairo, Egypt.
men from AT School at Mem- ential Calculus. The arrival of three new men

phis: E. Wallace, B. R. ,Wood, D. VP16Congratulations Any classes organized will was also marked at this time.

J. Murphy, a n d S. G. Pursell. go to the VP- meet for a 16-week period beginning They are H. M. Greene, HMO;

Pursell was top man in his classat 16 bowling team, which capturedthe about the first 0 f Gerald Pattillo, HM1, and James \

AT Schoolo All-Station championship by February. Crandall, lIMl.I .
-Q the r men reporting aboard knocking off NATTCenter Friday Interested personnel should I LT. McWILLIAMS. a medical

fi,* :, included R. M. Bewley, ATC, W. night. Team members are: D. H. cation contact chief King, NAS Edu- ,entomologist, has served here,
E. Davis ADI and E. E. Office, ext. 8556, or
Cowling, since 1953. A letter of
Crockett, ADC, captain, Lt (jg) Stovall, at ext. 718. com-
ADI. '
p t ,,,r W. Zabornlak, R. P. Ceynowa, mendation was presented to him I'; ,
+ ., = All hands recently contributedto 'AMI, W. D. Cole, AT3, H. J. by Lcdr. F. R. DuChanois, headof
a fund to help two squadron
Blevins, ADC, M. M. Voorhies, the Center.
yefYt members in need. C. D. Kyncl, Lotto Aches !
AK2 and R. Dallao, AN. As operations officer, Lt. Mc-
A03, received a broken back in
Officers of VP-16 Williams has been in charge of
an automobile accident and A. J. gathered at Nearly 8,000 persons were
+ Arias and wi i fewer e recently I the 0" Club Friday night to bid treated at the Dental Office at technical consultation, pest con-

4 ,4t saddened by the loss of both oftheir I farewell to Lcdr. Jim Taylor who NATTCenter during 1957, figures trol operations, pest survey and
leaves this month for Charleston identification, and maintenanceof
newly born twins. ,
released by that department this
Two squadron aircraft po'i: :- S. C., where he will attend Naval equipment.
Intelligence School.Welcome week revealed.A ENSIGN D. W. Ribble train-
ipated in a search for the C<.'1-

over yacht last week. aboard to Ensign total of 7,897 persons received ing officer, will become new operations -

Russell Masterson. Russ is reporting treatment, most of them 0 ff ice r. J. J. Corner,
Fasron Six i to VP-16 from ComFair. for more than one visit. CWO, with the assistance of chief
Greene will carry on the instruc. .
---- --
The "time" and "place" were -

right for Fasron Six's basketball x., ,. tion.Other
} department heads D.
team when it walloped the In- are
: I.
4e L. Hayden, civilian entomologistin
firmary, 63 to 53, last week. This
charge of Testing and De-
win gave Fasron Six a record of
t ?A '4?;, fit) iy4AC 1r ; velopment, and CWO E. E. At-
22.N wood Administration.A .
ext Tuesday brings another"big" :
game with Disbursing and THREE-WEEK course began
another hopeful victory. Don't let 7 Monday as one of the four classes

Fasron Six face this team alone: scheduled each year for active

; Be out there and give them your duty military and civilian em-
c support.; ployees engaged !in pest control.

J Due to t.h e leave period, the Each'rnonth a new class begins

J'L news of Fasron Six's change of Ae for Naval Reservists, while vari-

command has been delayed. So able dates mark the ShipboardPest

t' '<1<," '1''j' Aa''' Lt't.: it is our, pleasure and also our Control classes. Their own

regret to the > in-service training classes go on
SUGAR CANE Sweet announce change of ,
.Swl continuously.The .
and lovely Mary Lou Lynn of command.The .
Yonkers. N. Y.. sports a cane pleasure comes in welcom-
while strolling along' the sands ing the new commanding officer, g pet shop had a parrot for
of Miami Beach.v Comdr. Glenn Phillips. Comdr. sale with a string around each

Phillips comes to us from Car- leg. A woman walked in and
On December 30
a record high
rier Air Group One. wanted to know what the strings
for bottom of
a the world radio-
The regret comes in saying were for.
sonde weather balloon
good-by to Comdr. William The clerk said, "If you pull
reached when hit
one 105,223 feet
Adami!, now aboard the USS An- one string, he says, 'shut up!' If
(19.9 miles) at the South Pole.
tietam (CVS-36). A CROW FOR A CROWE'-' you pull the other string, he says,
The "news ear" has been (left) of Patrol Squadron Five, receives From a Crowe.his Bruce Crowe, 'God bless you!'
The F9F-8T Cougar is a two- rate certificate from advancement in "What if both
wandering around and has come Comdr. John Crowe, VP-S Ikipper. you pull stringsat
place transonic fighter trainer up with names of three officers was one of thirty men from the squadron to receive recent Crowe advancements once?," the lady asked.
now: in service' with the Navy. In rate. The Spokane. Wash.. native "I'll fall "
selected for promotion. They are to first class aviation machinist. was advanced on my tail, you fool,
the parrot squawked.I' .



I Fliers Lick Wounds I Mainside Court To

After Nightmarish. L '

' [Northward Venture : Host Two Tournies

The Jax Navy Fliers, nursing 4Vj
ounds received on a disastrous
tit oad trip last weekend, host the Gratifying news came in double .doses to local basket-
ough Pensacola Navy Goslings ball followers this week with official word that NAS Jax

n a Mainside gym encounter to- will be host this year for the South Atlantic Regional Tourney -

orrow night at 2000. .

Their season record brought to In addition, for the fourth timein dem three out of the last four
-11 following a two-game losing five seasons this commandwill seasons.
treak, the Fliers are hopeful of play host for the Sixth NAVY SPORTS competition
etting back on the right path 11irr Naval District Tournament.THE beyond District-wide level, was
|gainst the west Florida crew. % REGIONALS comprising put on a Regional basis last yearto
champions of the Fifth, Sixth, better facilitate selection of
AFB, down 35-30 at Eighth, Tenth and Fifteenth Dis-
alf-time, put the squeeze on Jax All-Navy participants.
tricts, will get underway at
Bainbridge NTC was host for
avy to come from behind for a \ Mil Mainside gym Mar. 3, with three last year's Regional play.
-55 victory Saturday. days of competition slated.
All-Navy basketball play is
[Following the Savannah set- The Sixth Naval District I set for Mar. 13-17 at SubmarineBase

ack, the Fliers met Charleston '....__: ."_s... .. crown will be contested begin- Pearl Harbor. The South
JneLant at the THESE THREE This trio of Jax Navy varsity ning Feb. 26. Play is down for a Atlantic champion will advance
te and were see plenty of action tomorrow night when the four-day period with a winner into this competition.
th a 69-59 Navy at Mainside gym at 2000. Playing crowned the night of Mar. 1. OTHER REGIONS, and their
Herb Stoyall's crew lately are (left to right) Bob Jax Navy will defend the title
ike Doyle and and Matt Matthews. Good is a veteran of commands, are: North Atlantic,
.ed the Flier championship club. Wright played ball for the won last year. In fact, the locals First, Third, Fourth and Ninth
.nts each. squad. have captured the District dia- Districts, PRNC, SRNC and

ed with 11 NELM units); Atlantic Fleet

clax Navy 'Stage \ (Atlantic Fleet units); Pacific

h"a.. game with Coast (Eleventh, Twelfth,
a iuthern lAx AIRNEWS i iI' Thirteenth, and Seventeenth
mpion, Lead I'SPORTSGolfers Districts and Pacific Fleet-type
: commands with i headquarters
fdter: a Jan. 28 .
night of in 11ND and 12ND) ; Western
Mayport, NATTCenter in- : "," ; /, :\1:" > Pacific (Fourteenth Naval Dis-
ic home for a ,
th Jacksonville the Missilemen of trict, NavMarianas, N a v J a p,
it in the top spot, NavPhil, and other Pacific Fleet-
the impressive type commands).
Roland Stage. Priming For Various Regional winners i
I compete in All-Navy tournies.
: man in the
Jax Navy is expected to facea
down a 175 Station Toga ChaseThe large field in the double-eli-
mination 6ND Tourney. Lastyear's
of the Marine
six entries are all expected ,
holds down annual Station golf championship tourney an ex- back, along with a few new-
a 163. travaganza that almost always attracts a large field of links comers.

??The hppefuls, will be contested over the gangling NAS Jax IN THE PAST four years, the
bowling league, pfrcensward, Feb. 25-Mar. 9. I Fliers, under the tutelage of
42eBtries;( HOST The tourney will be composed former coach Frank McCaffrey,
crown, got of a championship, or main,flight over a 72-hole distance except for 'have amassed the finest won-lost
n.ightpn the of 16 contestants and as many the title flight, which will have record among 6ND teams.
Inaction to additional flights, of 16 each, as three 18-hole rounds with the Tourney plans for both Dis-
defeated Fasron ; scheduledfvo r there are entrants for. finals going 36 holes. trict and Regionals have not
rolled past VW-4 at Green Cove ANYONE CAN try out for the Appropriate trophies will be been completed but will be announced -

'lyAjW overran off at the I lop flight by playing an 18-hole i given to winner and runnerupin soon.THIS .
t'' [thejsame score. to illness on qualifier between Feb. 17-23. I each flight, winner oi
Also, Dentalmen Lower brackets will be made up I the championship consolation and

JgO. 4, 3-1, while x N a v y will according to established handicaps low medalist qualifier. MAY BE

rasj stopping West Palm or on the basis of a qualify- ALL 'MILITARY personnel, YOUR CHANCEIn

[same score.MyAH1 3315.'t. King Hall to- ing round score. upon'payment of a one dollar en-
No. 1 Play in the championship flight try fee, are eligible for this what may be a dream-
[Ued to a 2-2 lay-off,the Jax will be on a medal basis from event. come-true for interested NASJ

\yjP-16 off against scratch with other flights contested Lou Chaff is the 1957 Station a x personnel, Special Serv-
t.'s AvFund on Jan. 30. on a % handicap basis. golf champion, defeating Bob ices announced this week that
t Mot' honors in ALL COMPETITION will be Taylor, 2-up, in a 36-hole play- athletic scholarships are avail-
[lam last week. off one .year aco. able at two institutions of
embers of the higher learning for worthy and
R. B. Stamatis captured first
bowling team qualified individuals.
flight honors, with the second
Football scholarships are
j qualifying flight crown going to A. D. Ken-
linced available at Western Illinois
field. R. T. Chatellier took the
TiI College, a mid-west small
S'3k' fir third flight toga.
school football hotbed.
Newton College in Kansas is
] offering scholarships I in bas-
>es In SupSplintsPullEven ketball.

me Interested persons can obtain -
With AE further information from
tting on Stanley Sommers at NAS Spe-

e game winning In I cial Services, Building 930, extension -
|vy Crackerjax oop 512.VW4 .
s three times in
ek. Two teams remain undefeated
going into the third week of playin
he strong the NATTCenter intramural Operations

urday med the afternoon basketball league. Share Cage LeadVP16

.vX '" !'rjcf The surprising. Support Splinters routed Special Services,

fter losing and the Sparkles of AE 01-27, to highlight Mainside intramural -
season to the School hold identical 4-0 marks.In ,basketball activity last

rls in a tilts last week, the Sup- week.
Tomboys were Splints downed previously unde- The Patrolmen, with a 5-1 record -
ar Sunday feated AK School, 40-29, and lead the National League.
ey ran up tripped AO School, 48-41. % Top spot in the American cir-
sition from The Sparkies upended NAWS cuit is shared by a pair of un-
The five shown above *
'fore pulling out of the CHAMPS All-Station- championship keglers VP-16 squad. School, 89-30, then AO School beaten fives, VW-4 ((5-0)) and
t. recently tripped NATTCenler'i Aviation tripped the Missilemen, 67-61. Operations ((3-0).
ie Gator Girls School for the coveted crown. VP-16 wrested Also, AK's strong quintet de- In other action last week, VFP-
[aders with from arch-rival VP-18. Championship trund- cisioned AvFund, 54-49, and MAD 62 took over runner-up spot 1 D
row, left to right M. M. Voorhies and Darey
the National with 55-44
roped the downed the Ens I g n s of AGO loop a
Harry Blevius, Willard Cole and Raymond
I win VF43.i .
nday night tilt, School, 67-31. over

1'' :

JAX AIR NEWS. 23 .January 1958.

Veterans DesiredNARTU

Weekend Warriors For Rent "

2-Rm. Apt. 2512 College St.

$50 Mo. EV 7-2475. Smith.
Announce 2-Bdrm. House. 4526 Mone-

keta Rd (Lake Shore). $80 Mo.
J. A. Scovel, Information and Recruiting Officer of the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at NAS Jax, announced this week Avail after Feb. 5. EL 6-2571

hat o : certain ratings now exist in the local outfit. I 4t Hand.
An invitation is extended for 2-Bdrm. House. 4726 Blount
end-drill participation once-a-
veterans to become associatedwith Ave. (Timuquana Manor), Avail.
one of the eight squadrons Feb. 1-4. See occupant.
Also, technical education of
.r the administrative unit. 4-Rm Furn. House 5934 So.
VETERANS who hold aviation benefit in civilian occupations, i. Firestone Rd. EV 9-7504. Wheat.
opportunity for advancement,
rates are especially desired, according For Sale
liberal retirement benefits and
to Comdr Scovel. u, 1955-32-Ft. 1-Bdrm Mobile i
free uniforms.IN aTj
Many advantages await the Home. Clear title. Ext-443. Ger-
ADDITION, he can be-
veteran who joins the Naval Air
come eligible to apply for sta- han.Home
Reserve, including four days pay p at 1115 No. Lane Ave.
tionkeeper duty at NARTU Jaxor
and four free meals for week- $14,000. $4,000 Dwn. Pike.Miscellaneous .
another of the 26 Reserve

activities under the NARTC.
For Sale: Equity in modern
Technical training is offeredin
40-ft. house trailer for equity in
such useful air-
house, or will sell cheap and can
craft mechanics, metalwork, aero- ..
vrd + :. .. .. take up monthly payments. EL
logy control tower operations .
; 5-5326 after 5 p.m. King.
ti:g .Ff link trainer '" .
1t + operation, special '
: Congenial couple to
Asa F; devices, supply and accounting, L' '>o( ':': .iI'.t:' LL share 5-room home. 4744 Royal
,, \ ,
medical and dental and .
office uUu u' ._. 'u"O'_ ,.... 'm" ...._J... Ave. (Murray Hill.) EV 7-1118.
administrative procedures, just to DEDICATING NEW LAB-CapL Edwin L. Kiem. VFP-62 Adams.

mention a few. commanding officer, landing (left) turns keys over to Lcdr.
Full details, without obligation, Charles Hooper during ceremonies dedicating the new $500,000
may be obtained at the Informa- Fleet Air Photographic Laboratory here last week. Lcdr. Hooper Two Drumsticks
tion and Enlistment Office will be officer-In-charge of the lab. One of the Navy's largest
photographic laboratories the new plant is replacing the old
ond deck of NARTU administrative NAS Jax lab. Top officials at the ceremony included Rear Canary StyleWhen

With TheToastmasters building No. 901, phone 268. Adm. Wendell G. Swiiser (seated left) Commander Fleet Air

Jacksonville; Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.. NAS Jax commanding the Army came out
officer (second from right) and Capt. Ira N. Curtis. NAS Jax
Veteran Hospital Public Works Officer, (right). with an official diet for over-
weight soldiers recently, some

for A genuinely a non-dinner fine meeting turnout, in best a Chief To RetireEdwin NA TTC' Personnel Make alert sailors based at Iawak-

uni, Japan, were not left in
long while, was on hand for a Wilson, HMC, will be the dust.

fine evening's entertainment at transferred to the Fleet ReserveJan. Use Of Legal Office AidThis Their official bill of fare,

Tuesday's session 0 f the Navy 31, after completing more guaranteed to produce resultsin

Civilian Toastmasters.With than 22 years service. professional service is During the period Jan. 1 to June 10 days, is called the ultra-
some 20 Toastmasters in Ceremonies will be held at the available at NATTCenter from I low calorie diet.
30, 1957, a total of 378 separatecases
attendance, including several Naval Hospital's CPO mess at I Comdr. James Martin, Legal Of- were handled by the legal Monday calls for: Breakfast,

guests and prospective members, 0915, Jan. 31, when chief Wilson ficer, and Lt (jg) Maurice Axen- office. weak tea; Lunch, one bullion

t the group waded through a full will be "piped over the side. feld, Assistant Legal Officer, bothof cube in one-half cup of diluted
Some cases were simple while
agenda, highlighted by five whom are licensed attorneys. others water; Dinner, one pigeon i
were complicated, thereby
speeches. Hear about the girl who painted THE EXTENT to which mili- requiring deal of time thigh (roasted) followed by a
a great
Emmett Glasgow expounded on the town red with a GI one tary personnel and their dependents and research. three-ounce gargle of prune

"Publications Management;" Rod night, and gave him the brush have availed themselves of juice.

Pinney on "The Alternate Speaker the next day? this service continues to increase. ADVICE rendered involved Tuesday: Breakfast, crumbs

;" Ernie Newberg offered diet problems concerning automobiles, scraped from one piece of

tips in "The Power of Negative -- contracts, domestic i relations, burnt toast; Lunch, one dough-
landlord and tenant, taxes, and
Shrinking Mike Cascone talkedon
; r.a S'oyn'> nut hole without sugar and

'The Credit Union Move- Blunt Nose csnd Diffuses Heat' estatJJI: : one glass of dehydrated water;

ment;" while Andy Planey de- In addition, many legal docu- Dinner, two canary Drum-
livered on "New New Look In Head Opon*" ithin C f omfc Cone, ments were prepared such a swills sticks without dressing.

Education." Inertial Guidance 'Ant rmaRod dOfld batteries. powers of attorney, and They figured out a whole

The panel of evaluators, head- bills of sale. An added service week of that. (AFPS).

ed by chief head shrinker Floyd Stag.lhreetr: % U hium PerchlorofeIneftfol available at this time of the yearis

Barnes, included Jay Ellis, Ray assistance in the preparation of

Forrest Al Simonds income tax' returns.
Tom For- Cntrolsin
rest, and Ben Ballering.Carl Comdr. Martin is a graduate of Polio ChapterHolding

McCranie was topic master "; / Guidatte Wake Forest School of Law whileLt

with Lawton Green as Toast- Kerosene (jg) Axenfeld received his degree -

master. from the Syracuse Univer- DriveThe

Members are eyeing Saturday r? sity College of Law.

might's big district shindig at the
w4 4 March of Dimes, an annual -
Roosevelt Hotel. Wives are invited Action to out
2' if campaign help stamp
to attend the
the dreaded disease of poliomy-
at 1900. Gordon King will Y' (Continued from Page 1))
elitis, is now underway.The .
represent the Civilians on the without commensurate military

speaker's program. Controls in Grophife rank, for outstanding ability in drive, which closes Feb. 2,

The next regularly scheduled critical skills, has already been is conducted locally by the Duval

meeting is set for 1830 next Guidance>tfc&g&; && shaped for grades E-3 throughE6 County Chapter of the National

Tuesday at Karl Hellenthal's but has not been put into ef- Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. -

Restaurant fect. .

Grades E-7 and E-8 would be There will be no actual solici-

New Service included under the new measure. tation of funds aboard the Sta-

The proposal does not change, tion, but personnel can volunteer

(Continued from Page 1)) ,Staged.. """.'-- -"-,. .!wrn id Oxygen as previously announced, pay of their contributions via recept-
umber of VIPs and pilots, are ; currently retired servicemen. acles placed at various locationsor
augmented by a pickup and stake
A. Defense wants all parts of the direct to the Duval Chapter of
truck. : M + y Reservoir of Pxygtnoted
the March of Dimes.It .
""" bill to become effective by July
THE PICKUP can handle bag- i2l l
l 1, 1958. v has been pointed out that
gage small supplies, while Turbine
INFORMATION to how officers approximately one-fourth of the
the -
larger vehicle calls for '
mass- > lx> "jT 3 Oxygeft Distributor.
s handled the Duval Polio
cases by
ive and warrant officers will
supplies and airlifts. ?
/ isjst.i5uiifct.u! .nrr
.. MiW
Supervisors of this project are F phase-in their pay increases, and Chapter are cases involving dependents -

J. D. Henry, quarterman truck how much they'll be, was listedin of Navy personnel.

driver, and H. G. Ritter, leading- :h last week's Air News. Officials of the drive empha-

man truck driver. Dispatchers are I Sources close to the scene expect size that contributions of millions

P. A'' Green, W. A. Wiles and L. : ywy 9 to have action on the pay of Americans have made possiblethe

V. Bell. I WWWk jjj ***** bill late this week or early next research which produced Salk

After working heurs and on I Stag On* Engine Si t week. vaccine, but that we cannot for-

weekends and holidays this Public Charts showing revised officer get the plight of thousands already -

Works "taxicab" service can ICBM COMPONENTS This Associated Press sketch by and enlisted pay scales will be stricken by polio. These

be obtained by contacting the artist Logan Rearis shows what an American intercontinental .published in the Jax Air News people look to fellow Americansfor
ballistic missile may look like. The labels explain Rearis' con- -
NAS OOD office. ception of the rocket's three stages. v :in the near future. assistance.Page .