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 30, 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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I Station Host To 15,000 Visitors During Past YearNaval I

Air Station Jackson- ness organizations.THE :Jlations Program under cognizance long distances included 22 sen- Day in September. Group that

ville played host to approxi- FIGURE does not include : of the Service Informa- iors from Greenwood Springs stayed the longest was the
mately 15,000 visitors during hundreds of other mili- tion Office. Hosts and guides Miss., 'Consolidated School; 28 North Florida Explorer Scouts,
1957, the NAS Service Infor- tary connected groups aboardor were provided by various de- newspaper carriers from for five days.Foreign .

mation Office has revealed. various official tours con- partments.THE Birmingham, Ala.; and 50 Navy visitors includedsome
Biggest single day attend-
Buddies from Nashville Tenn.
erences and GROUP which traveled ,
ance drew 10,000 visitors on surveys. 50 Danish Naval Cadets
Armed Forces Day in May. The officially arranged the farthest was the Tis- Largest single organized group from the ship Danmark; and

Organized groups visiting here croup tours which numbered dale Methodist Travel Camp visit was the one by some 300 60 midshipment from Spanish

ranged from grade school stu- some 65, are part of the Sta- from Winfield, Kansas 90 youths who were aboard in Navy who were in Jax aboard

dents to professional and busiFebruary tion's overall Community Re- strong. Others coming from observance of National Kids the Juan Sebastian De Elcano.


PO 1,000 ExamsA Eye JtJx tiluis I

1,000 persons at Vol. 15 No. 41 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 30 January 1958

NAS Jax and NATTCenterwill

ruary ment take in exam rate tests period.during for advance-the Feb- Dates Set For Health,

Tests will be given at the E-4, .
E-5, E-6 and E-7 levels betweenFeb. Joint Crusade DriveFeb.

4 and Feb. 13, at the Main-

side Mess Hall and for NATT- 12 through March 12 is the period established for
Center personnel, at Building the National Health Agencies and Care and Crusade for

554. All exams will begin at ti Freedom campaign, first of three fund raising campaignsto
0730. be held for Navy military and civilian personnel in the
THE: EXAM for E-7 will be Jax area during 1958.

given Tuesday, Feb. 4; the E-6 Plans for the drive which
exam, Thursday, Feb. 13; the will be put into motion locallyby Association, National i Societyfor
E-5 test, Tuesday. 11, and the nnVAL AIR WEaponS' the Navy-Duval Steering Crippled Children and

E-4 exam will be administered SVSTEmS SCHOOL Committee were made at the Adults United Cerebral Palsy,
Thursday Feb. 6. committee's initial meeting last and National Society for Preven-
At NAS, 123 persons will take Ii 9kfESW 54fJtZM St"Y"'MiI"tot(:at!4: Wednesday.SIX tion of Blindness.
the exam for a "hard hat," while Solicitations for Care and Cru-

122 will try for first class stripes. ;.i -. .. &... HEALTH groups have !' sade for Freedom will be con-
Second class rates have 115 hope- SPARROW III MAINTENANCE GRADUATES Pictured joined hand for mutual convenience ducted concurrently with thoseof
fuls, while 104 will take exams above are four officers who recently graduated from the Naval during the drive. They are the Health Agencies.AS .
for their first "crow." Air Weapons Systems School at NATTCenter. Their course
the American Cancer Society,
IT WAS LAST year, the
was Sparrow III Weapons Systems Maintenance. Class "O.
AT NATTCENTER. approxi- They are the first la be sent to fleet units who have specifically Arthritis and Rheumatism theme for the fund raising pro-
mately 200 persons will try for trained for the Sparrow III missile. Pictured are (left to Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy gram will be "True Voluntary
chief ratings and 150 will make right). Lt. Bertram Udovin Lt. Arthur Honey Jr., 2nd Lt. Giving." A 11 implications of
the effort at first class. Only an Donald Holcomb, Lt. Richard Kaufman and Lcdr. Robert Reid
coercion to donateare
Aircraft Armament Control System Training Officer. or pressure
estimated 50 people will take the You're RemindedOf to be avoided in all solicia-
exam for second and 110 will try
it' is .
for third. Stronger Bill SoughtBy CC-UF Pledges tions same emphasized.The method of solicitation -
Candidates for advancementhave Reminders will be sent by as was carried out last year
been assigned numbered the ChestUnitedFund
Community will be in effect. All hands make
examinations alphabetically. Per- Congress Survey ShowsNavy to personnel who pledged contributions within units via
sonnel are directed to "fall in" donations in last year's cam- the envelope system.CCKeymen"
outside the appointed exam site paign, the Fund headquartershas
within units will distribute the
of Cordiner-
quoted a "congressional sponsor announced.
in _single file alphabetically.
type pay legislation," as saying the administration pay billis This is a normal procedurein envelopes.The .
Californian Top AO Grad "frankly too conservative to meet the needs of the services, handling of such a large only other drives permitted -

Pfc. William Tarry, USMC, of and Congress should go to work on it to make" sure Cordiner-' amount of pledges in cam- during 1958 will be Navy

Middletown, Calif., grabbed top raises become fully effective immedately. paigns of this sort, it's pointedout. 'Relief Society in May and Com-
honors in last week's graduationat The spokesman, Rep. James E. munity Chest-United Fund in
troduced a straight Cordiner bill
the Aviation Ordnanceman Van Zandt, a House Armed Serv- Some who have already paid October.
last session was referring parti-
School Class A at NATTCenter. ices Committee member, who in- their pledges may receive such CO-CHAIRMAN of the Navy-
cularly to the plan to phase officers -
Duval Committee
reminders and are urged to Steering ,
into the highest rates overa understand to not take offense. which represents all participat-
Plankowner 'Pappy'FritchTo period of years.
(Please turn to Page 6, col. 3.) .
Navy Times said his reactionwas I-

Retire After 35 YearsNaval typical of members of Con-
gress who have been campaigningfor
Air Station Jacksonville will be losing one of its plank a Cordiner pay bill.

owners when Theodore "Pappy" Fritch retires Friday after 35 Sen. Stuart Symington, who

years of service with the Navy. _ ._ introduced a bill identical to VanZandt's
"Pappy" who holds the positionof
s .e
also indicated he would n.
Special Assistant for Admin-
istration, was one of the first to not be satisfied with any water-
Y ed-down version.
arrive on the scene as the Sta-
\ tion was being commisisoned. lie Another sponsor of Cordiner
r'y transferred from NAS Pensacolaand legislation, Rep. Stewart Udall

arrived at NAS Jax on Oct. was quoted as saying he felt the

14, 1940, one day before the Sta- administration probably provideda
tion was commissioned. gradual phasing in of Cordinerpay
PERSONALLY acquainted with rates in the hope that it

many of the top ranking Naval would make the bill more pala-
aviators whom he met while
table for Congress.
employed at Aviation Training
Most of the Congressmen
Department at Pensacola "Pap-
\ py" has had a colorful and busy ied by Navy Times agreed that

career as one of the U. S. Navy'stop I they did not like the complexityof

career employees. the bill. They felt that per-

Officials, fellow employees and haps Congress would re-write it
friends will gather at 1300 todayat
,, rather thoroughly before it gets
the Civilian Cafeteria for a __ I
dinner in his honor. Earlier this passed.At CIVILIAN BLOOD DONOR One of the 60 NAS Jax
morning, he was presented a gift the same time, there was civilian employees who answered the call during Civilian
TAPPY FHITCH . by fellow employees sterling an equally general feeling that Blood Donors Day last Wednesday was Marion Ricko. (left) of
To leave after 35 years Nary Overhaul and Repair Workload Division shown getting blood
drilian serric (Pleas turn to Page 6. col. 1.) some sort of pay bill will pass. pressure checked. Nurse is Ruby John Jackson RH.I .

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I'2'2' EW.S I

JAX AIR.N' 30 January 1 1959Capt

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Six Reserve VAH-1 VF-43 Fasron Six Report

Mi X1UllUJtufs.1tU.1. Units Closed I Scouting Squadrons I

..... .m. About 70 per cent of the Naval
Elliott W. Parish Jr. .....1.............................._............... Commanding Officer Air Reserve Officers "displaced"when I ran demonstrated the the
COtndr.: Robert B. Smt. _M____...._...._..... Executive OtacerCommander VAH-l use of <
Fleet Al JackaoavUle six air stations were closed Anti "G" suit.
Rear Adm. Wendell O. SwltserCapt ... ............_.................._......... affiliated elsewhere Two VAH-1 Tigers have just
8. 8. Bearer Jr. ....__.__.M..M.__......__......... .__._... ......... Chief of Statt have already shipped for "six." At the end of the discussion
fleet Air Wing Elena according to Navy Times. W. M. Stover ADI
Capt. Sidney J Lawrence _...._ ..................... .......................... Commander that officers assigned William Morgan, CS2, was called for
MM..M. More 1,100
Capt T E. White ___..._...............__......................._................ Chief Still Officer to six deactivated stations "sworn in" by Comdr. E. A. Hef- three or four volunteers to try
.naa All Technical Tralnlna Coaler and inflate the
Capt. Charles L. Moo] Jr. Commanding OfficerComdr. when six air lin on Jan. 21. Morgan has been on Mae West.
Wilfred K. -.:=::::::::::::::7.:::::::=..__ Executive Officer were "homeless" since last June. The children enjoyed taking
.anl HoapUat wing staffs, 44 squadrons of var- with the Tigers
Capt. Benjamin N. AM _............................M.................................... Commanding:: Officer ious types three auxiliary ground "Twelve in and 8 to go" is the. part and especially liked the
Capt. Marcy Shupp __......__._........_..................._........_.. Executive Officer I opportunity of handling
units and two BuAer training motto of James McGee, AQC, the

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ..............xTII............................. Commanding Officer units were closed. who also just shipped for six equipment.Mrs. .
Corndr. William B. Hardy ......._..................................._........ Executive Officer
Among enlisted personnel per- more years. Swearing-in honors Henry Gibson witnessedthe
Printed commercially wl non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida centage of transfers is much were assumed by Comdr. W. D. re-enlistment of her husband -
at no expenee to the government and in compliance with NAVEXbS: P-U.
Rev. Nev. IMS. Dlatiibuted tree e( chare to military and civilian personnelet smaller. No specific estimates Spiegel, VAH-1 skipper, Jan. 22.. Henry Gibson AO1, who
Center Fleet Fleet Air Jacksonville.Aft Wing 11.Naval Naval Air Air Station.Reserve Null Training Air Valt Technical and the Training U. *. have been made thus far on how Clay Penrod, AQ1, and Nelson' re-enlisted for six years. The

Naval Service Iloetal.Information Officer ....... ........... Lcdr. J. F. Klrkllfhter. Jr. many of the more than 2,800() enlisted Rapp, AQ1, are both advancingto ceremony was held in Comdr.
Managing Bettor Andrew H. Planer men involved have affili- chief. G. E. Phillips' office.
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Jack Holmes PHI; ated with outfits on other cities.
John label JOSN; Ben Sylar SN; Staff Photorrapher, Jim Moore. PH3. During the past month or so, CWO Albert Leimer will be
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Units closed include NAS St. have been
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit isliven. Louis, NARF Houston NAS Lin- many new paint jobs. greatly missed throughout Fas-
.Photograph, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo.. seen around Hanger 123. Comdr. ron Six. During his two year
graphs.Editorial coln, NARF Spokane, NAS Ak-
offices located in Room 230 MaIn Administration BuOdlag. Spiegel has initiated the paintingof stay, he has acquired many
Phone extenatonc MM, 8MB, m or Us. ron and NARF Birmingham. with
VAH-l's Skywarriors a friends.

Wwx i v
the future'if you see a for Rota Spain. Also leaving

large red check mark flying Fasron Six is Richard Rose

through the air, don't be alarmed, AM3. Rose was discharged last
R it belongs to "Heavy One." week.

*VF-43* .

The squadron congratulates
For the Navy's Hurricane
Euthan A. Simpson ACC. Chief
Hunters, hurricane season and
Simpson, with almost 19 yearsin
athletics come hand in hand. Justas
signed early for six more.
they were with the hurricanes,
Lt. Pete Conrad and Lt (jg) VW-4's athletes were in the midstof

Jim Read have moved on. Lt. things.I .

Conrad left for Test Pilot Schoolat the Mainside intramural

Patuxent River. Lt (jg) Read sports program, the Hunters

< '.;;. .. .":-':'" released from acitve duty, has brought home the bacon, the
: headed home to Buffalo N. Y. prized "Iron Man Trophy."
4. :
-. ..-. -..---.-_. -.-.u .. --. .. ... ... ...... .... -... .. .... After a strong start the Fal- Two old salts in VW-4 were
NAVY WIVES INSTALL OFFICERS Jacksonville Navy con basketballers fell behind the given the title i of "chief" last
Mrs. Meyer Wives Club No. 86 installed new officers for the coming yearat pace in the intramural National week. They were Oscar Wolf-
a banquet Saturday night at the Seminole Hotel. New officers League. brandt, ATCA, and Joseph Con-
are left to right. Mrs. Jack Clark chaplain Mrs. Wallace
Everoski treasurer; Mrs. Woodphen Hall corresponding secretary Their second loss came at the ners, AECA.
Is/ NW HeadOfficers ; Mrs. Barney Meyer president Mrs. Jim ,Murphy vice- hands of VFP-62. Leading bya Making VW-4'look a little more
president Mrs. Albert Rose, recording secretary, and Mrs. single point with four minutesto interesting are the new officers
John Damon, parliamentarian.
for the coming year play, the Falcons went intoa that recently reported aboard.
were installed by Navy Wives quick fade and lost by 11 They are Lt. (jg) John Smith;
Club No. 86 Saturday night in Transceiver Makes Availability points. Lt. Walter Wright, Jr.; Lt (Og)

impressive candlelight ceremo- i .. We welcome aboard Glendon James Conley; Ensign Jay Col-
nies in the Grand Ballroom of Return Only Mailer Of Minutes '4.t cas of Wenatchee Wash.; lins; Ensign Ralph Goslin; Ensign

the Seminole Hotel. Dennis McDaniel of Ft. Worth Ronald Anderson, and Ensign
Did you know that it's now possible for a man's availability
Mrs. Barney Alice Tex. and Yatko Robert Tripp.
( ) Meyer be- Sam of Allen-
be forwarded the
to Bureau of Naval Personnel and have his
gan her second year as president, new town, Pa.
duty station assigned in of
a matter minutes if the need
as did Mrs. Jim (Jean) Murphy, .".,...;".,.o...u.Although,?. e .
who will serve as vicepresidentfor the speed isn't required each Personnel Accounting Ma- Fasron Six NOTICE !

the second year. at the present time it chine Installation is equipped Fasron Six played host to a

THE OFFICERS were installedby would be possible through an .with i Data Tranceivers for pack of Bears last Tuesday. It The 'taxicab": service is not

Chaplain i Frank Morton electronic IBM machine called forwarding individual data on vas Pack 94 of the South Jack- available from the NAS OOD
NATTCenter, who read their the Data Transceiver. I each person within the com- sonville Presbyterian Church. office after working hours, as

duties before each of the ladies SUCH A MACHINE has recently mand. Now don't take it reported in the Jax Air News
wrong. They
took the oath of office. been installed in the Tab- FOR EXAMPLE, informationfor last week.
were a pack of Cub Scouts, and
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ulating Machine Unit at NATT- a man's rotation and pre-
the Bear is just a title of rank One sedan for VIPs and
commanding officer of NAS Jax Center for use in.making stu- ference under the SeaveyShorvey -
just as a Seaman is in the Navy. emergency use is available fore
addressed the assembled N a v y dents available to BuPers.In plan is recorded and sent Lt (jg) James Pcil welcomed th assignment by the OOD after
Wives, their husbands and guests. the past, submission of student to the nearest PAM, in this 28 Cubs and eight mothers normal working hours.
Capt. Parish commended the availability was 'sumitttd: case Pensacola. aboard and Ensign Howard Cur-

group on the excellent work it i by mail 30 days in advance of There, the information is i ..
has done citing specific examples graduation dates. Now, only 15 punched on cards and sent to the ': :
from recent accomplishments. days are required and normal Bureau by the Data Transceiver .::'::;:: ::.::;.;. ,;

FOLLOWING the speech, out- elapsed time required by the method. The information sentis '
going officers were recognizedfor Bureau to make' ''individual keypunched sorted and filed '

their work and presented a assignments using the Data until rotation date. :!

token of appreciation from both Transceivers method is three The Transceiver, introduced in : ,
Mrs. Meyer and the club. days. the Navy in 1952 is capable of
Mrs. Rose Wilson was awarded To give greater speed in all transmitting 168 words per "
second place for being the most phases of personnel accounting, minute. "
active and outstanding member, ."" <_.....n.... .
while Mrs. Meyer received first national treasurer from Pensa-
honors. cola, Fla., presented Mrs. Meyer Four Navy, Marine Air I

Against a background of "The with the gavel of office and the Activities To CloseThe v

Navy Hymn," the new officers installation was completed. economy axe has fallen on i
were escorted to the platform to Guests at the banquet included four more Navy and Marine Corps

light their candle and take the high ranking officers from NAS air activities in the wake of econ-
oath of office. Jax commands and their ladies omy moves which started last :
Officers installed in addition to among whom were Capt. Parish summer.

Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Murphy,, Capt. Sidney i Lawrence com- Latest victims of the money
included, Mrs. Jack Clark chap- manding officer, FAW-11; Capt. pinch i are NAS Atlantic City,
lain; Mrs. Wallace Everosld Reginald Berry, Naval Hospital; MCAS, Miami and Auxiliary Air
treasurer; Mrs. Woodphen Hall Comdr. William Hardy executive Stations at Edenton N. C., and I _
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert officer, NARTU; Comdr. Wilfred Cabaniss Field Corpus Christi.! -- SPEEDS UP 11'1<" J
Rose, recording Fleshman executive officer TRANSFERS On the way to the Bureau of
secretary,, Nan Personnel via the Data Transceiver method, is the arail-
and Mrs.' John Damon, parlia- NATTCenter, and Major Louis J. Daffynishun: Auction sale- ability on students attending schools at NATTCenter. Cards
mentarian. Sartor commanding officer, Ma- that place where you get some- going through machine at the Center are duplicated in Wash-

MRS. GEORGE (Enna) Oakes, rine Barracks. thing for nodding. ington.iJ E. C.Putting Holland the MA2 newly of the arrived Machine machine Tabulating through Unit.its paces



30 January 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

.... ...... . . """ Largest Aircraft Carrier
'-t, <" 'r:<'!f ':' 'fJt: tj. :' '--" :.' '..:\\-.\, 'J* : 1 .{;i" .,'1' "'t ":(:l'i> '"
', .* ": >' 'J ':'
t \ : }l : :
Giant Carrier ExpectedAt
,; : {> ,

> y ,

t, gv. Mayport SaturdayThe

world's largest and most modern aircraft carrier

the USS Ranger, is due to dock at NAAS Mayport this week-


Date and time of arrival of the 1 found in a community.Each .

giant Forrestal-class flattop was man aboard this moderns
still indefinite at press time, but
h i has individual pullman-
from all reports it is expected to p
I type bunks with reading 1 amp
dock sometime Saturday.THE .
and air-conditioning vent. Each
CANTED-DECK Ranger Berthing area aboard the ship
will dock at Mayport for two
will have its own showers and recreation -
days before moving out for rou- rooms with easy chairs

tine operations in Florida waters.It and writing tables, all done in
is due back in at May port soft color schemes. Meal served

around Feb. 9 before departingthe daily aboard the Ranger will

WORLD'S LARGEST SHIP TO VISIT MAYPORT USS Ranger, latest of the NBTY'S area. number 10,500 and there are 2,300
I Forrestal-class carriers, and the largest warship afloat, is shown wending its way through the Commissioned on Aug. 10, 1957, telephones aboard. '
blue Atlantic enroute to Mayport. Fla. The Ranger is expected to dock sometime Saturday. It is I the Ranger has an overall lengthof Here are more salient facts on
the seventh ship in the U. S. Nary to bear the title USS Ranger. 1,046 feet, one foot longer than the Ranger:

the USS Saratoga, which is basedat ALMOST 52,000 tons of steel

'Knowledge Antibiotics Mayport. It is 252 feet wide. was used in constructing the
Thus Jacksonville area citizens ship; has complement of more
will be afforded a rare sight- than 100 fighters and bombers;
Receives StressThis two of the world's largest warships each link of the 2,160-foot anchor
Danger I in the same basin. chain weighs 360 pounds; flight

( is the second of a series articles compiled by NAS Jax THE RANGER, skippered by deck is made of 1 3/4 inch steel

Medical Department to acquaint personnel with problems confronting Capt. C. T. Booth, has not yet plate; four steam-operated cata-,
medics, and to educate dependents in health care and use of been assigned a home port and is pults; the anchor chain, weighing
246 tons could sustain the com-
drugs.) still operating on a training basis. ,
"Give me a shot of penicillin to knock out this cold." With a crew of 3,500, the carrieris bined ,weight i of four of the
capable of over 30 knots. The largest locomotives; the island
In this antibiotic era frequently of'I sistant organisms or fungi. ship is driven by four five-bladed rises ten.stories above the flight

ours, medical personnel FROM INDISCRIMINATE use propellers, each standing 22 feet deck; equipped with folding
receive this request
With TheToasfmasfers I of these antimicrobial agents, high. It has four catapult and masts, so that the ship may pass
from patients.An .
under large bridges.Caribbean.
anxious mother may Fay uncommon infections appear that four deck elevators.

that, 'Tommy has 103 degree are more difficult to treat and Probably the most modern

Five speeches highlighted Tuesday fever, the doctor says he has are possibly more potentially equipped carrier afloat, the Isle
the ill-
than original
night's session of the Navy influenza, yet he didn't give him dangerous Ranger, whose flight deck covers
Civilian Toastmasters, with Tom any penicillin or an antibiotic." ness for which the agent was about four acres, will compare in /

Forrest speaking on 'Do Women SOME KNOWLEDGE OF actu- used. facilities to a fortified floating TaWoven

Live Longer Than Men"?; Melvin al effect of the drugs will undoubtedly REMEMBER, THE NEXT time! city of 3,500 people. Included on

Hawker*. "The Great Faith"; Ray clear, up considerable you hear someone ask for "a the ship is a bake shop, post of- By LJbrarian.f

Forrest, "It Works"; Frank Rob- misunderstanding. shot of penicillin" that it just fice, recreational space, cobbler
erts, "The Relentless Fight Antibiotics and chemotherapeutics might be an injustice to him. shop, and many of the facilities Noticed a new smile at

Against Rust"; and Al Simonds, kill or retard reproductionor Mainside library lately?
"Time Study." growth of bacteria such as The new face and the charmingly -

Fuller Roberts as master eval- pneumococcus, gonococcus and ,)3 "dutch" accent behind it
uator headed a panel of eval- meningicoccus.They $"1 belong to the, new assistant lib-
uators comprised of Bill Clear- have no effect on viruses '4 i' i ?S.f rarian, one of NAS Jax's new-

man, Walt Stanul, Jay Ellis, Mike that cause influenza, common i t .Sc. >0 %. 'i ,, ( comers. and former resident of
Cascone, and George Barker. cold, measles, mumps or chick- ,", .A S''o-%. t" 1 .?} the tiny Caribbean island of
Floyd Barnes was toastmaster, enpox. 4 .a k'7:; Aruba.
with Andy Planey as topic mas- But why not give antibioticsto Lf ;; ;8:4: Mrs. G. D. Hofstee, native of

anyone with a cold to preventany Y $,7Y 'F 'i Y p .. tIi Holland, has chosen Jacksonvillefor
ter.Members are reminded that secondary bacterial infection her home nowadays, in

the Club's Speechcraft will be inaugurated ? What are the dangers of J order to be near her son who
at next week's meetingat antibiotics? attends a private school in this
Karl Hellenthal's at 1830. Be- .INFECTIONS APPEAR to be vicinity. \

ginning next Tuesday each mem- more frequent and more difficultto COMING TO this countryonly

ber will be given an opportunityto control among patients who i last September, Mrs. Hof-
of received antibiotics or chemotherapeutics -
instruct in various phases
stee is none the less familiar
Enrollment in the prophylacticallythan
speechmaking. with America. She and her hus-
special course is open to anyone among those in whom they band operated a bookstore-sta-
interested i in desiring speech were not used in this manner tionery in Aruba and made fre-
but were specifically administered -
training.We only after infections were w Ct f i {S{ quent trips to this country, see-
recognized. ing publishers and buying books

LETTERS TO THEEDITOR Certain types of bacteria are and supplies.
Several years ago, the Hof-
normally found in the respiratory -
stees decided to come to America -
tract intestinal tract and
to live and placed their 14-
on the skin. Prophylactic use of
in school in Cali-
year-old son
antimicropbial agents may kill NEW ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Mrs. G. D. Hofstee a
the Mainside fornia. That proved to ba a great
off the normal bacterial floraof native of Holland is the new assistant librarian
library. Mrs. Hofstee comes to Jacksonville from the tiny Carib- distance from their islandhomeand
wish to express our grati- the respiratory and intestinal bean Island of Aruba, where she and her husband have made he came to Florida wherehe
tude to individuals' and organiza- tracts with replacement by xe- their home for a number of years. is, now.enrolled at Loretto.
tions concerned for their over- .
The island has been describedas
whelming kindness and gener- ; "A mere speck, in the Carib-

I osity following CHSHIPCLK our recent J. J.fire.and lIke Asks More Pay Missiles ) bean,,,so dose to the South

Mrs. CarrylExPresident American (mainland that the
rugged northern coast of Venezuela -
In his budget message, Presi- $20.7 million and the Air Force, to nuclear power, to research and
, Theodore Roosevelt dent Eisenhower told Congress, $184 million. I I to construction that such work : can bo .seen with the
naked when atmospheric
I became the first president "For present and long-range efficiency But total military personnelcost makes necessary. eye
I to fly when he was a passenger i and for greater equity, in fiscal 1959, $10,523 mil- !I I Total costs for missiles in fiscal conditions favor good visibility.
Aruba is isle.
.strange tropical
j on a flight at St. Louis, Mo., Oct. the military pay system must be lion, is actually one per cent less 1959, including research, development Mrs. Hofstee it is "very
11, 1910. recast," according to Navy Times. than personnel costs were in 1955.I guided missile ships says
Cost of the pay raise, which The reason is that with per- and missile-related construction: \mericanized, adding that thereIs
trans- the President wants to be effective sonnel cuts, which will continue one car lor every four persons.
Former shipmates of the will be $5.3 billion. This com-
who next July 1, would be half- next year, there will be 20 per native.language is Papiamento,
President Adams, to $4.3 billion in 1958 $3
port ,
in pares & combination of Spanish, Port-
reunion, billion dollars. The Navy would cent personnel on duty
interested contact in Albert a planned Filipelli, 1546 require $121.3 million; the Army, fiscal 1959 than in fiscal 1955. billion in '57, $1.7 billion in '56 ugese, English, French and

Kimball St., Brooklyn, N.Y. I $182, million; the Marine Corps, The money is going to missiles, and $1.2 billion in 1955. Dutch.



Poge 4 JAX AIR NEWS 30 January 1958


Exempted From

I !
-" "" ,
When most Navymen are : '!i;' .. .
told they'll soon be "shipping Stale TaxesMonthly

:out," they begin cramming

Thursday, Jan. 30 I their seabag and looking at I p. payroll deductions

Mainside Darby's Rangers the local bus, train or plane serve to remind most servicementhat

(commando) with James Garner. schedules. Federal income tax day isnot
One show 1900 t _
only. far away.
THIS WAS not the case, however i
NATTCenter-Destination Federal law requires
60- every
when Robert Giddens,
000 (Air Force Drama) with citizen with an income of $600or
AOC, of NAS Saufley Field,
Preston Foster and Coleen Gray. more to file a return by April
Fla.' heard he was headed for
15. What many servicemen overlook -
Hospital Female Animal aa.
VA-104, based at NAS Jax.
'(Drama) with Hedy Lamarr. and He thought of "shipping out" however, is state income

George Nader. I more liberally, and made plans w tax.MEMBERS OF the Armed Forces -

Friday Jan. 31 for an extended cruise aboard
\ are not excused from paying
Mainside- Satchmo the Great his 28-foot cabin cruiser, the
state income tax simply becausehey're
with Louis Armstrong and Leo- Patti Jean.
on active duty. Some
nard Bernstein. Also, Record lie signed on a three-man
states exclude'service pay from
Hop. crew of Frank White, ADC,and
income tax, but a tax return may
TCenter-Darby's Rangers. William Norris, ADC, both of I I
still have to be filed.
Hospital-Destination 60,000. Saufley Field, and Dewey Norris,
> rv A state is prevented from im-
Saturday, Feb. 1 a Pensacola real estate agent.
posing income tax on militarypay
Mainside-Gun Fever' (Western THE PATTI Jean left her
-- --
Melodrama) with Mark Stevens berth in Bayou Chico and headed ST ANDBYTO CAST OFF r-.RMdrip shore off for a if your residence in that
Norris ADC state is solely because of military
week of cruisin', fiihin' and are
and John Lupton. Also, Holly- Out into Pensacola at
(left) Robert Giddens AOC. at the wheel and Frank White assignment.
wood Glamor Ice and Milk Run. 0600, Jan. 13. ADC. of NAS Saufley Field, Ha. When chief Giddens received Servicemen must, however,
NATTCenter Satchmo the She followed the Intracoastal orders to Jax-baied VA-104, he mad the trip from near Pensa-
Great.liospitalDarby's. Waterway except for a brief cola to Jax aboard his cabin cruiser PaUl Jean. Norris and abide by the.laws of their stateof
White were two of a three-man crew. Unexpected trouble encountered official residence, that, the per-
Ranger. while in the Gulof([ Mexico. on the voyage turned the intended one-week venture manent home state given in the

Sunday, Feb. 2 Overnight stops were made at into a two-week trip.Dividend.
, __ ___ ___ __ __ ___ service jacket.
u n
Mainside Jailhouse Rock such places as Panama City;, OWNING PROPERTY in a

(color musical) with Elvis Pres- Crystal River, Treasure Island,
of 4V2% Declared state, other than your own home
Jey and Judy Tyler. Also. Cats Venice, Ft. Mytys, Indiantown, state, does not make the property

Meow. Stuart, Cocoa and Jax Beach.
' owner a resident of that state.

. NATTCenter-Gun Feyer. THE PARTY encountered a By Local; Credit UnionA For instance, if a serviceman

1 Hospital-Satchmo the;.Great.: few rough experiences, one of purchases a home while on a
dividend of 4&% for 1957 has been declared by the Jack-
i Monday,Feb. 3 ,
\ which was an error in navigation regular tour of duty, he would
sonville Navy Credit Union which has reached assets of
Mainside-Day ,of the over
I Badman which the Patti
put Jean a only have to abide by the tax
(color western) Fred MacMurrayand bit off $1,500,000 and a membership of 6,687.
course the second day laws of his home state.If .

Joan Weldon. Also, after the out. The information was divulgedat son, O&R, president; Gordon the property is later rented
the annual 'meeting of the
Ball. 1 OTHER EARLY misadventures King, Supply Department, vice- by him, however, income from
membership held last week, dur-
NATTCenter Jailhousa Rock. included bearing the bruntof ing which time election of officers president; William Catrette, such rental would be subject to
O&R, treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn local income tax.
Hospital-Gun Fever. a wicked Gulf storm that had was also held.
the Clark, NAS Cecil Field, clerk; INCOME FROM a part-time
crew standing up and holding IT MARKED THE second year
and Don Moran, Security; Ro job must be reported in most
i on all night long.
in a row that 4V4% per cent had
land Byrd, Medical; William Pur- cases, and states have
many a
The ended
at the
UFP MidWinlerConference been voted for members of the
cell, O&R and Ottis Beck
Jacksonville Yacht Club on organization. ; ; regular "non-resident" form for

Thursday, Jan. 23, 11 days later Elected to serve on the Board: O&R. that purpose. *
Set I THE SUPERVISORY committee All income earned by a service-
and four days behind schedule. of Directors were Andrew CarlAPPLYING -
is comprised of Joseph O'Con- man's wife is subject to taxation

For All Saints' nell, O&R; Cecil Acree, Comp in the state in which it is earned.

.. troller Dept.; and Lucien Hut-
VF-32 is of Air
a part Group
A planning 'conference of the chins, O&R.Serving .
RI Three, one of the Navy's oldest
United Fellowship of Protestants, on the Credit Com
having been established in
All Saints' Chapel, wilt be held mittee will be George McLemore,
mid-30s aboard the USS
tomorrow through Sunday, in chairman; John Kaczetow, James Ranger.

Building 722. This is the annual Burton, and J. W. Russell, all o:f Ph 1I 1\//

mid-winter conference at which I ; ) O&R; and Chief Robert Penrod, -

time' programs for the comingsix Disbursing.The h \ /, ,

months will be reviewed. x; ..y0i2C : Credit Union, now six

Guest speaker Friday and Saturday years old, will finance cars, and

at 1900 will be ''the Rev. f will also make loans to consoli- All.Saints' Chapel

Gary Demarest, Minister of Edu- : .." ?i A date debts, or for any providenor Sunday, February 2
l '
", _____________ I
cation at the Riverside Presbyterian \ productive purpose. The interest 0930-Sunday School, Three-

Church. 'st.. i is one percent on the Unpaid I year-olds through adults, Bldg.
: < balance.
During the past two he ', 722.
years, : \' "
0930-Service of Divine
has Wor-
traveling across/ the< >: % I

country with the Fellowship of Physical Out Rule .ship, Chaplain Osman:

Christian Athletes, ,a group of : 3 1100-Service of Divine Wor-

professional athletes. :, S ship, Chaplain's Reagan and
Manual PlannedThe Davis.
Planning sessions begin Saturday r

at 0800 and continue throughout process of going out on 1830 Teen-age Fellowship,

the day. Sunday's meeting] physical i 1 disability retiremen Bldg. 722.

will be held at 1800 with instal- be shortened when work 1900 United Fellowship of
lation of "'___.... ....... .... .:.L? may on Protestants, Bldg. 722.
officers. a new manual on the subject is
FOR COMBATS Bert Guwdy, AN, of 0 & R
New officers include; President, Maintenance, (left) applies to Orveita Anderson, YN3: of NAS completed in the office of Assis Monday, February 3

Mike''Harrison, AE2, VA-44} Secretary Jax Leave. Liberty and Subsistence Office, for an applicationfor tant Secretary of the Navy 1900 Singspiration, BId g.

Orvetta Anderson, YN3, commuted rations. Richard Jackson, according to a 722.

NAS; Program, Bob Bedard, recent Navy Times article. Thursday February 6

PII2, VFP-62; Worship, Cpl. Bob Paper Work Gets' TackledA I There will be nothing new in 1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal,

Ware, MAD; Membership, Jack! the proposed book, says the Bldg. 722.

Walburg, AN, VAP-62; Special voluminous amount of paper with Mrs. Roberts.. Times, but it is expected to mak 1915 All Saints' Choir Re-

Projects, Phyllis Appleton, ET3, work, requiring many hours of Orvetta Anderson, YN3, takes it easier for boards reviewin hearsal, Chapel.

NAS; Recreation, Ed McKeller, tedious effort, is turned out care of comrats work allotments physical disability cases to read! St. Edward's Chapel
'AN, FAW-11; and Refreshments, daily by personnel of the unsung extra for their conclusions by putting all 1 Schedule of Masses
Mrs. Pauline Bedard..: NAS Jax Personnel De- tions divers, subsistence pay Opera and available information in a singl Sunday, February 2

The United Fellowship of Pro- partment.One quarters, liberty cards and chow volume. 0830-1000 Sunday
of the. facets of this The physical disability retire 0630-Daily
testants is a combination of the many passes, and squadron comrat t
youth fellowship and young department is the Leave, Libertyand chits. ment manual will not in itsel 0800-Saturday

adult groups of- civilian .church Subsistence Office in Room Mary Jo be of much value to individuals St. Luke's Chapel
Newby YNSA is i
es<. They are ,combined in the 12, Building One. currently handling all leave It is being prepared primarily for Naval Hospital
use by administrative office 0630 Catholic
military into the UFP. and Mass
The office is headed by Mrs. chits.
boards concerned with such 0930 -Service of
Meetings are held each Sunday Lettie 'Roberts, veteran Civil This office functions directly Wor-
cases. ship, Chaplain
evening at': 1930 in the Chapel Service employee, who is office under the NAS Personnel Officer Bryant.

Activities Building (722.) Aninvitation civilian supervisor. She handles Lcdr. James CallaghanandCWO Latter Day Saints (Mormon
women wanted to dress t o Monday 1930
Bldg. 751.
is extended. to all to daily ration and BOQ commuted I James Carryl, Assistant
please their husbands, they'd b e Christian Science
attend. ration reports. Two Waves work Personnel Officer. wearing last year's dresses. 1900-Bldg. 751.



1.30 r

January 1958 JAX AIR NEWS P" a

__ "'- .
Snap VFP.62's Streak

! VW-4 Athletes CaptureIron I

tr&4 'j_ Man Tronhv Lea

VW-4, n o t letting lack o f championships hinder the

cause, piled up 3,260 points, with over half coming on sec- I
ond place finishes in bowling and touch football, to break

VFP-62's grip on the Iron Man Trophy.This .

is the third trophy put in runner-up VP-18 by 565 points.

play since inception of the sys- The champs picked up 510

tem in 1952. Fasron Six and points in swimming, 480 in golf

VFP-62 retired the two prede- and 475 for volleyball althoughnot

cessors. finshing higher than third in
PERMANENT possession of the
any of them.
--- IMT can be had by scoring four THE CANE Hunters earned
INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS HONORED-Ceremonies were held recently In the office of consecutive wins in bi-annual
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. NAS Jax commanding officer honoring top competitors in 1957 fall Main- 1,045 points by finishing secondin
intramural leagues at Mainside. Athletes of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four captured the sports competition among fall bowling and picked up
Iron Man Trophy from a 21-team field. Capt. Parish presented the coveted award to VW-4. Pic- side units. 750 by virtue of being runner-
tured with trophies; are (left to right). Lt. (Jg) Charles Gage. VP-18. volleyball runner-up VW-4, competing in all five up to VP-16 for the touch foot-
R. A. Bennet. ACW3 VW-4 touch football runner-up Lcdr. E. B. Abrams. VP-16 touch foot- sports that go towards points to
ball winner Li (fig) C. M Hill. VW4. with Ironman Trophy; Ensign R. L. Cooriey VFP.62. golf make the Iron Man fall race, ,ball title.
winner Lcdr. John RavesL up VP-18 entered in four of the
: VP-18. bowling winner: W. H. McVey. AO1. VW-4. bowling runner- ,
up and T. M. McGluckin ADI. VA-172 volleyball winner. piled up the 3,260 points, to beat five sports, made its big mark by

.-- earning 1,060 points in bowling.The .

SecondIn Attractive Patrolmen finished with a
Spikers Ring : 2,695 point total.

Ala. MeetThe lAX MR VFP-62, owning one leg on the
Card On
Jax Navy varsity vol- Tap SPO" R. ;'TS'NEWS new trophy, finished third with
: 2,490 points while VP-16 ended
leyball team took second place ,
honors last week in the Birm- For Tonight .,' ." fourth, copping an even 2,000. '
ingham "YMCA" Invitational t f : A TOTAL of 21 units entered

tournament at the Alabama West Palm Beach AFB split the Iron Man race, with all but

City. with Jax Navy in a six-bout box- one finishing with at least 100

Nashville, tourney winner, ing card Friday night at King Not Impossible InJUFlier point totals.

and rated fourth in the nation, Hall, each team getting the nod Upset Points are also given units

was the only club to take a which have men on varsity teams
in three fights.
round from the strong Navy and also to units furnishing officials
Flier belters face Green Cove
squad. TonightThe for league contests.

Ray Winstead, veteran Jax Springs tonight at King i Hall, _

Navy spiker, was voted a with bouts getting underway at
of in their
Jax University Dolphins, coming age
berth the Alabama All-Star 1930.
on first season of four-year collegiate competition, provide op- I STRIKESSPARES I
Winstead Jax the first three
team. and the team Navy copped
position for the Jax Navy Fliers in a 2000 tilt tonight at
received trophies for their ef- while the Air Force crew, with
forts. more experienced men in the Mainside gym.

Jax Navy hopes to stage an heavier weights, snaring the final Paced by "Jumping Jim" Kirk- lie Rourke's Dolphins are ailing. \ I
invitational tourney in early three bouts. land, 6-7 freshman center with a One of these, Pete Fannon, has SPLITSAmerican
24 aver- played many times on the Main-
close to points per game
March, matches to be held at
William Aybar defeated Donald
age, the Dolphins are believed ton side boards while a member of
the YMCA. and National Bowl-'
Geron of West Palm Beach i
have too much savvy, shootingand the Pensacola Navy Goshawks.
the 125-pound. class. Then, Edwin ball-handling ability for the for Pensy with 18 markers, fol- ing Leagues are experiencingclose
Vance followed his Jax Navy competition in Mainside
Fliers to cope with. The Fliers take to the road for circles.
After Losing Four team-mate with i a nod over
Anderson O'Kelley in a 135- HOWEVER two of coach Rol- another rough' venture, facing the Dispensary, Disbursing and

pound tussle.Newcomer. Perkins now an officer loaded Ft. Gordon Signalares VP-18 are all astride the American -
Wave Now Doyle
Cagers tomorrow night and tackling the
loop while Fasron Six, VFP-
G. W. Brown, Av- student at Benning wasa
Ft. Gordon quintet
62 "B" and NARTU share the Na-
Fund Marine, took a victory from member of the Seattle, Wash.,
Back RoadThe urday.
On Win
the Air Force's Adolfo Enneyer, Buchan Bakers, National A A U tional League's top rung.
Jax Navy took it on the chin In matches last week, Disbursing -
Jax Navy Crackerjax had in the 147-pound class. Basketball champs in 1956.
in two games last week. Pensa- defeated 679th No.1, Dis-
their losing streak extended to ---' cola had a bit too much, eking pqnsary walloped VAP-62, VP-

four when Pepsi-Cola downedthe v- out a 64-60 victory last Friday. 18 bested the NAS Officers, NAR-
Waves in a City League en-
THE GOSHAWKS cashed in TU No.2 tripped Station MAA;
counter, 34-24, last week.
VA-44 trounced VW-4 No. 3 andO
on the free throw line. Jax ,
Holding a 17-12 lead at half- Navy, however, outgunned them & R overran VW-4 No.5, all
time the third j jinx,
from the floor, 2322. by shutout scores.Special .
which has plagued them all sea-
Dale Swisher was high man
son saw the Pepsi five outscorethe

Crackerjax, 15-3, and go on t 4 ,6,'a;,.h +n ydfi/: :.%.S v,'.,;,.h,: siaw fc4 R[ix 1.',!{,4: ;;Y h':,f'i9 lowed by Mike Wadsworth, who Service
r bucketed 12 points.
to win the game.A .
determined Crackerjax squad Kay Slayden emerged the Prices HikedSmall

took the floor in the second City < $ local's top eye, hooping 15 tal- increases in prices of

League game of the week and the f'lIf lies. Jim Good threw in 10 several activities supported by1
t' R *
Waves took the game from the f y asgio points. the Recreation Fund have

Tamiami Trails five, 39-23. Chris On a trip to Florida Southern become necessary in order to

Cotton led scoring with 14 points, College Saturday, the Fliers support the overall operation:

with Ann Cooper caging nine. $ ys i ittl dropped a 91-64 stunner to the Following changes become

The Crackerjax will meet Eglin Lakeland crew. effective Feb. 1:

AFB in a pair of games this : Jax Navy now holds a 9-13 Golf green fees officers,
weekend at the Mainside gym, record. Score of Tuesday engage- $5.00; chiefs, $3.75; enlisted,

both games starting at 2000. ment at Mayport Navy was not $2.50, and dependents, $1.50all

f. available at press time. ( monthly.)

Three Wins Put & Movies-Adults, 15c child-
/frZ n. ren, lOc, no charge for child-
Missile Keglers ,rt Sparkle Cagers ren's Saturday matinees.

Take First LossA Bowling, per line, 25; Fish
Onto Top RungThe camp, rental of boat and
varied menu was served on, motor, 75c per hour; off sta-
Missilemen of NAWS the NATTCenter basketballscene tion use $1.00 per day.
School rolled t 0 three victoriesin .last week, which saw an
last week's NATTCenter intramural underdog hand AE School its
I the Sparks earned 25 tallies.
bowling league.
initial setback and
saw a new
The AK School quintet upendedthe
The NAWS men now lead record established.In .
closest competitor, AK School, by M !r: "f; :_ Sparkies, 48-44, despite a 23
last week's results, the MAD point performance by the losers'
two full games. GOOD FOR TWO POINTS Chris Cotton (left) leading five trounced hapless NAWS .
NAWS School, which tied for corer of the Jax Nary Crackeijax, performs her specialty a Baggett.In
School 105-40. Don
second place in the recently Completed corner 'Jump shot in ringing up two points against the Tamiami other games, NAWS Schoolwon
fall-winter circuit, has Trails fire in City League action this week at the|Jackson gym. whipped in 32 points.AE by forfeit over AGO Schol;
been with Jax Navy won the game 3923. Cotton. in 19 games to 'date, School eked out a 55-49 the Marines bested the slipping
holding the top spot has averaged 18 points a contest. The sharp-shooter is expected -
win over previously unbeaten SupSplints, 48-36, and AO downed -
the aid of Roland Stage's 175 to see lots of action in the upcoming Sixth Naval District -
average. Tourney. No. 10 for the Waves is Ann Cooper. SupSplints. Charles Campbell of AvFund, 72-52.

F ,

30 January 1958

__. ._. _,_.__ .. ,... ." .. t8i iS.steJtit'> &r** 11 ,, __ -..::...._"'"'_
Civilian T-Masters

Offering Special v M1'a

Speech CoursesAre > wM1

you troubled with fear We're back again with a col-
when are called to iII
you upon
$ umn specially devoted to news of
speak? Are you bothered about
aboard the ftatio .
what to say and how to say it
when your turn comes to com- hope this is the first of many
ment? columns.
If so, you have a golden opportunity Several recent honeymoonersare
to do something aboutit. making news in NAS Jax

.Personnel who seek experience wv34 Wave ranks.
in public speaking or those ::1 Ann Hoffman AA, of Minnesota -

who would like to advance tal- >' and Leroy Coombs AN, of
ents can enroll in a special [ f New Jersey say the honeymoonisn't
course in public speaking spon- over. They're residing at
sored by the Navy Civilian the Cumberland Housing Project.
Toastmasters. .... ..; "'''''
OTHER RECENT honeymooners
I .. ... .v . ., :..., ,'>'''', -
.AGE FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Recently elected to serve as officers of the All are the former June Wallace
Chapel Teen-Age Fellowship are, left to right, Sally Searcy, worship chairman: Betty I PN2 and George Geron DC1.
bers vice-president: Judy Stimson, president, and David Fleshman, secretary. The group After spending two weeks at the
every Sunday at 1800 in the Sunday School Building.
I ___ __ bride's home in Somerset Ky.,
at the Gerons are now settling downin
Officers Take Helm mmmm their Dellwood Ave. home.
Feb. Mrs. Virginia (Bowling) Julian
at For Rent must be separated from her new
ant. 2-Bdrm Home. 6571 BlandingBlvd. husband AC3 Wilbur Julian whois
Teen-Age Fellowship $75 Mo. EV 8-0320 after stationed now at Randolph
1600. Graham. AFB Tex.

tain I Teen-Age Fellowship of All Saints' Chapel has For Sale Cupid is pointing his arrow at
I new officers to serve during the coming months. 3-Bdrm Brick Home. 4849 Mary Newby SA, of NAS Leave
; elected are Judy Stim- Homecrest Cir. (Ortega Hills). and Liberty and Dick Mobley
of Comdr and Mrs. creation and refreshments. GI Equity. EV 75158. NAS Disbursing.
president; Betty Chaplain and Mrs. Ernest Rea- 21-Ft. Trlr with 16-Ft. Rm. .
daughter of Lcdr. gan Jr., are advisors to the group. Lot 103-Azalea Trlr Pk after THE WELCOME mat is out for
J, H. McGlothlin vice- The Fellowship is composed of 1700 or contact Grolean O&R Doris Clayton SN who comes
( ) ; David Fleshman son those military dependents and Machine Shop) Shop No. 7375. from two years at Bainbridge
and Mrs. W. E. Flesh- children of civilian employees 3-Bdrm House. 4837 HeadleyTer. and Terry Bocox SN, who spent
; Rennie Hall son ranging in age from the seventh (Just off Cassat Ave.) 27 months at Long Beach Calif.
and Mrs. G. M. Hall, grade through 16 years old. $8,000. FHA Loan. FL-9-3953. Fresh out of boot camp are
; and Sally Searcy BOTH THOSE living on and Harron. Joliene Bernier and Liz Smith.
of Capt. and Mrs. S. S. off the Station are eligible for 3-Bdrm., 2 bath CBS home Other new arrivals are Roberta
A Jr., worship chairman. membership. Currently in the Ortega Hills 7351 Greenway Dr. Wicks,, AA from NATTCenterJax
FELLOWSHIP is an or- midst of a membership contest EV 8-4969 Lt. Wilgus VW-4, ,sand Donna Lord just out of
which seeks to aid in all young people within the age Box 11. Yoeman School in Bainbridge.
nurture and growth limits of the group are invitedto Miscellaneous .
on a well-rounded program become members. Wanted: Ride or car pool from WHO WERE the three Waves
business religious Recent outside projects for the vicinity of McDuff and Dellwood. marching near the Air Force bar-
he by the Chaplain re- group have been Halloween col- Hrs 0730-1545. Ext. 8442 Richards racks serenading with Anchors
lections for contribution to the AE2. Aweigh the other night?
s United Nations Childrens' Fund If you hear of any worthwhilenews
a and Christmas caroling along and dope for this column
at" with the United Fellowship of CARTOOn OHHI( aim let us know. Phone the Jax Air
Protestants in Naval Hospital seiecrfo ra* re News at extension 216 or 8164 or
for :: wards. ARMORED SIMM.EIR drop us a note.'

to wlr.tt'v' One of the more popular recent lit AMOUO DIVISION,01KIOUISIANA..
tion social projects was a hayrideand use To Celebrate 17th
The group\ meets every Sunday I Anniversary With DanceThe

in evening at 1800 i in the Sunday I 17th anniversary of the
School Building (722.) I USO will be celebrated locally
with a birthday party-dance at

Dafes Set'Continued I the Forsyth J a x St.U S 0 Club 331 W.

( from Page 1.) An orchestra will play for

ing activities are Capt. Kenneth dancing which begins at 2000.
I Wheeler, NAS Jax Supply Officer Awards will be given to the
the 2' and Charles Hart Master THEY TOLD ME TO SHAPEUP outstanding volunteers of the
on Mechanic, 0 & R Department. OR SHIP-OUT 50.../' USO. All servicemen are wel-
the :. Leonard Eubanks, Industrial i .- come to attend the celebration.
It Relations Officer, is executive
the secretary while Capt. Francis
& I Burke sultant.: Senior Chaplain is con- Junior Officers Given I

Commands participating in Assignment Break
this year's drive are Commander
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAS Jax BuPers is aiming at assign- all ships and stations in Bu-
its Naval Air Technical Training ing junior officers to duties Pers Notice 1301.
11 Center Fleet Air Wing Eleven, where they can further their Main points statement were:
NAS Cecil Field NAAS May- professional qualifications, according 1)) Most junior officers lieu-
port Naval Hospital and NAR- to Navy Times. tenants JG and ensigns can
py" TU. expect to serve at least two
Also officers
'. warrant and enlisted years in their first duty sta-
of tion, usually at sea;
AE School Sponsors ranks, should get assignments
compatible with their new 2)) Due to the shortage of
Tuesday Night DanceNATTCenter's status. lieutenants, a limited numberof
jg's and ensigns will be
AE School will That is the gist of a new assigned more senior billets;
; .. sponsor a Valentine dance Feb. assignment policy statementby and *
"""'" ';: 4 at King Hall Building 563 >
f : -: :9.1 Vice Admiral James L. 3) Whenever possible junior -
CUTIC-Blonde and from 2000-2400. Holloway Jr., Chief of Naval officers will be ordered to
movie was recently lass Venetia voted Eddie Allen and his orchestrawill Personnel.The schools between duty station
photogenic actress be featured and refreshmentwill policy was distributed to assignments.
sl( be served. ,