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: February 6, 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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,':<,; :"-:: },: II EM Advancement Chances Seen HighLatest I

word from BuPers Is The estimates were based on I DM, MU, MR, SV, AG and
Air4 that chances for advancementin available statistics, a study of AM. Most of these rates haveno

rating, providing you pass past performances and con- limiting advancement quo-
the test of course, are excellent sideration of all the variables tas.
c G which might affect the numberof
Advancement to those rates
n Estimates contained in Bu- personnel who may be included for which there are no limit-
ti. :.
; Pers Notice 1430 of Nov. 30, in the advancement ing advancement quotas will
be determined solely by the
1957, indicate that chances are quota.
candidates' capabilities.For .
as good now as they have ever Particularly attractive opportunities -

been, Which will be good news are available in those rates in which

to the almost 1,000 persons the ratings of SM, RD, SO, there is an excess of person-

who will take tests here during RM, CT, MM, EM, IC, AT, Del, limited advancements will

this week and next. AQ, AC, CS, ET, TE (RM), be continued.

Lawrence Cheeteman (left)
was cited recently by Lt. Col.
William Mitchellrt.( ) commanding -
officer of the Marine Aviation 0
Detachment, for hit action J1IX
when three Marine students
were overcome b 7 chlorinegas.
Cheeseman' quick think
ing diverted a possible tragedy ,
when he adminstered artificial .
respiration to the stricken men.
Vol. 15 No. 42 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 6 February 1958

By Alert Marines Action Crusade, Health Drive Begins Feb. 12 I I

ves TrioQuick

an assistant thinking company on the com-partof .4 \ ___ Goal For Year's First "

mander Aviation at FundamentalsSchool the NATTCenter 1 :-- Campaign Is $17,200Hundreds

barracks 0 n Jan. 15 \

averted a possible tragedy for ,, ,' !:':": ''
"" '. ,:: V'i. + of "keymen" will assemble at Mainside Thea-
three young Marines.It :\\," 'f::; w; .} tre, Building 612, next Wednesday at 1330 for the official

all started when S/Sgt. Law- kickoff of the 1958 National Health Agencies and ,Joint Crusade -

rence Cheeseman was informedof fund raising campaign which will be conducted among

excitement on the lawn immediately s, ,eight Naval activities in the Duval County area.

adjacent to the bar- < Goal for the drive, which will
{ t i participating in the drive.
racks. conclude March 12, has been
RUSHING TO the scene, tentatively set at $17,200. This first of three fund-raising
campaigns for 1958,' in which
Cheeseman discovered three Ma- ON HAND ALONG with the
rines collapsed. They were suf- "keymen" will be high ranking military and civilian personnelof
Naval activties in the Duval
fering effects from excessive exposure Navy officials, unit chairmen, and
area participate, is a "double"drive
to chlorine gas. < t representatives of the agencies
held as one. Conducted con-
Without hesitation, he immedi- currently will be solicitationsfor
ately took charge and, determining the six National Health
"HONEST. I HAVE NO MONEY" Avers Pvt. Eugene FDR's Crew Gives
which man was in worst con- Agencies and for Care and Crusade -
Money, (right) as a "flat broke" buddy asks for a loan. This is
dition, administered artificial respiration nothing new to Money, who it plagued' several times weekly by $2,395 To DriveThe for Freedom.

while directing the same jesting fellow Marines "pleading" for hand-outs. Money it 1958 National Health The health agencies includedIn
shown explaining to Pvt. Joseph Zero that he's as busted as
to be done to the other two Ma- Zero's name implies. Both are attached to Aviation Fundamentals Agencies and Joint Crusade the group are American Can-
rines. School at NATTCenter. fund campaign has gotten oil cer Society, Arthritis and Rheumatism -

DURING THE excitement, it to an extra fine start, with Foundation, Muscular
was Cheeseman who, also directed Evolutionary Changes $2,395 in the kitty before the Dystrophy Association, National

that an ambulance be calledto drive actually has begun. Society for Crippled Childrenand

the scene. First Taken In Crewmen of the Mayport- Adults, United Cerebral
Today, the three Marines, after Steps based carrier USS FranklinD. Palsy, and National Society for

five days of recuperation in the Roosevelt have donated the Prevention of Blindnes.

hospital, are back in school, well EM Rate RevampingNavy $2,395 to the drive scheduledto "W E ALL REALIZE that the

and happy, thankful that S/Sgt. begin Feb. 12. The dona- agencies participating in this
tion brings the FDR's total do tremendous job,
Cheeseman is a member of their Times announced this campaign a
AME charity contributions to $12- for here in America,
company. (safety equipment.) not only us
week that the first have
steps 447, with $4,595 given earlierto but for all mankind. Their work
been taken to revamp the en- 2)) DROPPED the "mate"
the Community Chest, must go on and they need all
from the construction electri-
listed rating $1,721 to the Red Cross, and the support we can give them,"
Services Drop The changes, involving one cian's mate (CE) rating and com- $3,838 to Navy declared Capt. Kenneth Wheelerand

aviation rating and five construc- (Please turn to Page 6, col. S.) Mr. Charles Hart, cochairmen -
Care For Pets tion ratings, have just been approved -- Relief.'r of the campaign.All .
by SecNav. Main reason
Veterinary care for pets 0 f hands make contributionsto ,
I for revamping the EM structure
military families will be discon- is to provide for more specialization this campaign via the envelope

tinued throughout the services by i at third and second class system. "Keymen," a designa-

direction of the Secretary of De- petty officer levels. tion given to those personnel who
have especially been selected to
fenxe. THE NAVY'S plan is in effect, I make,the personal contacts with.,

A recent memorandum to the a n expansion of its current selective I I in units, will distribute the envelopes -

transfer of the food inspectionand emergency service rates 1 $ 1 1y I and then will pick them
program. Under the new rating from contributors. )
grading functions of the Veterinary -
concept, the current general service -
the PERSONNEL can make one-
Corps to Agriculture I
rating will be called a "gen
single donation to all six Health
Department also said medicalcare eral" rating; emergency ratings
Agencies or one single donationto
for'public animals will be become "service"; while the exclusive -
Care and Crusade for Free
brought to an end, except for research wartime emergency serv- dom, or they can give to both.

purposes. ice ratings remain "emergency" Ffb Too, the individual can make his

The order will cause reassignment ratings. > : Y BKs3r1 3 Ai contribution to any one single
of some Veterinary Corps This is what SecNar has okayed L i agency, or he can stipulate the

personnel of the Army out the to start the "evolutionary i __ amount he wishes for each. '

Nary and Air Force will be relatively change" in the enlisted rating CRAMMING FOR EXAMS Typical of the almost 1,000 The drive will be conductedin
unaffected other than in system: enlisted men who will be taking examinations for advancementin compliance with the Approved
the care of household pets of 1> Added another "service" rating this month are Pat Agor, YN2, (left) and Bella Or- Fund
lando, PN3, (right). Agor and Orlando are checking out books I Policy and Program
Armed Forces members and de- rating to the Aviation Structural
from If AS Tax Information and Education Office's Lynn King
pendents. Mechanic (Alt) ratings, that of YNC, in order to cram for their exams next week. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)1a
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1'9.2 lAX AIR MEWS> 6 February

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JflX fUB4fltiS Housing ServiceInaugurated, VA-104,;;iinSad; I

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C Pt. Elliott W. Parish Jt.Cttfcdr. __........................_................ Commanding Officer A new, nation-wide serviceto
Robert H. Smith -.... ExecuUv Officer I
fleet Ab Jacluoavtlle secure housing for military VA-104 transferred on Jan. 31 to FasRon

Rear Adm. Wendell O. Swttttr ___...._.............___.___.... Cos mand.r families has been inauguratedby Promotion ceremonies were 51, NAS, Sanford.
CapIi.. S. Bearer, Jr. ___..__ -...-..__.....___.........._ Chef .f staff
nM' Ab Wing Haven a civilian organization in held recently for two officers. Welcome aboard is given to

CAPt. Sidney J. Lawreaee ____. ......_.__..__............ Commander Washington, D. C. Ensign Richard Wilt,
cap" T. E. White _.__._....___..-...................._..........."... Chief Staff Officer They are Lt (jg) George Drayon Ensign
Were Alt Teckalcal Training The organization, Military and Lt (jg) Walter Heins.Lt George McWilliams and Wayne
Cipt Charles L. ltoore Jr. ___.....___ CenterCemmandlm Officer Lake, AM.
Cmdr.. Wlltred E. __........__..._._.._ KzeeuUT OttlMr Personnel Housing Service, (Jg) Drayton, former squadon a eVW4.
Kara S.gitd has set a plan in 157 cities Bull Ensign, has been VA-
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl __.._..........__.___ Cemzaaadllla? OffteecXxecuUve up Air Officer for
Capt. Marcy fihup .-._- .._.....-_...__.._.._ Officer whereby they secure housing 104 Intelligence
MAKTO for service personnel. 10 months, and in addition, is The squadron's growth has
Herman O.Ceradr. Andre.a ___.....__........_.....__...__ C.ensaaading OtfleerExecuUve active in local civic affairs.Lt continued since last hurricane
William X. Hardy __ ........... .......-../M.. : OSttewCapt When is transferred
==::: .A.J a man (Jg) Heins, presently Air season and, despite a large personnel .

PrinUd ceawaeroUIlr with ...-*..ro rtaied fund la 7ionnvUl., n ortda he picks up a form, which can Frames Officer, was recently turnover, size of the out-
at to ire at ad In eoMpliaAce With NAVXXOS I3S
n* uqpeciM r.vwMM
its?. N..... IMS. D Wwt.d .... W .*.**. .. military and tvUiMi ftnuttmtif be gotten from his Personnel oined here by his father. fit is still on the increase.
. fleet Air jracMvtU Mtvil Air SUUon. Naval Air Technical Trawls, Office, fills it out and mailsit Oct. 1 24
Center, Fleet Air Wta< 1U Naval Air I\.rn Training Unit and the V. S.! Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, is Since new officers

Naval Service HMptUL Infer ataea Otflcw .....................- Lcdr. 1. T. KirkUghter. Jr. in turn to Washington., contacts its The represent-MPHS date for the next all-hands party. have checked: in while enlisted
Mr..tfff Hitor. -Andrtw K. PUn/ This will celebrate completion of ranks have been expanded to
Assistant Editor Gordon Kobbia) Staff Reporters Jack Holmet. I'm; ative in the city listed, who b" Ranger qualification, ad-
John bbell. JOSN: Ben SjUr. SM; SUtt Photographer Moore. PIU. then will select properties and 382.Number
The Jax Air Wewa U a member .f the Armed force Press ..m... vancement in rating of 11 Hell's of aircraft has also
Vatertel appearing tm this publication can be reprinted providing credit is assist the serviceman in inspecting -
flvea. PhetocrSLphs. unless .tb.nriM crtdlted. art official U. Navy Pt*.. them. Archers, and the coming move been on the upgrade, with 12
nphs.Xdttortal. Cecil Field.Advancements. Super Constellations in the
.MM* lee.... at len JS0 UU A4mihietrUe HeildAny. fold
Phone extensions: SlK SHS. ITS or na.rr go to: David now. Latest "Connie" was a WV3 -

.:'. ,.< Peterson, AD3; Donald Ochoa, brought in last week from
: AD3; David McMullen, AD3; VW-3 on the West Coast

; Ernest March Jr., ADS; Grady Ensign Terry Zackowski
., 'I'; iI'' ... ; ).ti. > i' t .. Pittman, AE2; Willard Large, ber of the squadron's basketballteam

';( : ... : ::.,: : A03; Harold Casteel, A02, and in the City League, rewrote
: : :
: Robert Conneely AM2.
,') .,. ... : the record books last week at
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: ; : .,< New arrivals to the squadron the 5',9" deadeye tossed in
'. .;; 75
(Mai ride and NATTCenter ,:' : ::} :i.l. :'; \j';. : : include ATC
Eugene Dowling
..., \; ..kc: ,: :'.,. : .: ; .:; points to set an individual high
h t/ .rd" :
Saturday :
movie daily 1800 and 2000. :;': : ;:; : '
: from VA-46 Robert Giddens
J/: 1\; ; ,; ; scoring record as his mates, the
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Sunday and holiday, ;611.. ; :'iiWi1.;. 1i, ":. .fjftltf. .' : ,.' AOC, from NAS Saufley Field;; Golden Hurricanes, overwhelmedCecil
1800 and 2000. Hospital mo- .; : .
1400, >" i:'. : George Palmer, AMI, from NAS Field's A-46, 116-39.

vie daily. 1900.) J. Memphis, and Norman Painter,i Previous high was a 52-point

Thursday Feb. 6Mainside r AE1, from NATTCenter.. effort by former U. of Florida

-Helen Morgan Story star, Curt Cunkle.Lt .
(backstage biography) with Ann VAH-1 (jg) P. B. Wyckoof was a
A well done is extended to
and Paul Newman. <
Myth ," '.., : Richard McKee, AQC, for his surprised new parent as he returned
show, 1900 only.NATTCenter
from weekend
a ferry
Air Strike participation in a Bombing Derby
flight on Jan. 28. Greeted with
(itavy jet 'drama) with Richard by HatWing One in
handshakes and the name "Dad"upon
which three attack
heavy squadrons -
and Gloria 'Jean
took his return here, the skeptical
Hospital Valerie (drama) part.
Mr. Wyckoff called St. Vincent's -
Chief McKee who bom-
flys as
with Anita Ekberg and Sterling
to learn his
Hospital daughter
bardier and navigator, placed 1st
Harden. in RBS bombing and 2nd in Stephanie Anne, was born

Friday Feb. 7 overall individual total score in just two hours earlier.

Mainside Careless Years competition with 13 other parti- Another new father passed out
(drama) with Dean Stockwelland cipants. cigars last week, also. Dean Bar

Natalie Trundy. Also, Pop- .. ..' Lcdr. Bill Whalen, who had nes, YN3, was presented with an
',>i,;;::,.. ., .
Story and Tweet Zoo. .... .
corn -- "' -- been with the 'Tigers" for 27 eight pound, nine-and-a-quarter
NATTCenter Helen Morgan DISCIPLINE OFFICE WORKERS The various tasks in
months, was transferred Jan. 31o ounce son, Jan. 26.
NAS Jax Discipline Office dove-tail into a smoothly operating
Story. 1900 only. Patuxent River for test e e
machine. Left to right are Hazel Walker YN2. Don Geradi. pilot
Hospital Air Strike. YN2 and Elliott Shovar PN3 checking over a man's personnel training.Lt. VA44On

Saturday, Feb. 8 record in preliminary work towards a possible captain's mast.y (jg) Don Mathews was Thursday, the Hornets

MAINSIDE Amazing Col- played host to a group of science

lossal Man (science fiction) with Captain's Masts OriginateFrom students from Rib au 1 tHigh

Glenn Langan and Cathy Downs. School. After a welcome from

Also, Modern Minute Man. Lcdr. Jim Homyak, VA-44 exe-

NATTCenter Careless Years. Discipline OfficeAny cutive officer, they heard about

Hospital-Helen Morgan Story. sailor in this area committing an infraction of Navy the squadron mission and survival

Kiddie Matinee,: Arrowheadcolor regulations will probably wind up for interrogation equipment from Lt (jg) Jim

( western) with Jack Pal- vestigation before Lcdr. James Lindsay, NAS Jax Discipline or n- Willis and Lt (jg) Al Bean.

ance and Charlton Heston. Officer. The welcome mat was laid this

Sunday, Feb. 9MainsideHunchback Lcdr. Lindsay, whose office is week for Ensign Steve Carter,

of Notre in Ropm 142, Administration He's also the one charged with who reported from Fasron S, and

Dame (color drama) with Anthony Building is also acting Shore making up restriction papers and who will take over as Communications

Quinn and Gina Lolla- Patrol Officer and enlisted per- putting personnel'on and off re- Officer.

brigida. sonnel barracks officer. striction. "Fighting" 44 had two other

NATTCenter Amazing Col- LCDR. LINDSAY heads a crew Mariyln Maricer, SA, has the arrivals this week. These were

lossal Man.Hospital of five who work in the Discipline duties of making up the di tip-I F9F-8T's the trainer version of

Careless Years. Office. linary status reports and hand- i the F9F-8 Cougar now being

Monday Feb. 10 Don Gerads, YN2, is leading ling correspondence and files. flown by the squadron.On .

Mainside An Affair to Remember petty officer. He draws up all' Elliott Shovar, PN3, takes care Wednesday election will

(color drama) with Cary rough charges and specificationson of all records and account of per- be held to determine, an the out-
Grant and Deborah Kerr. courts martial; prepares all sonnel in disciplinary status.
standing officer and enlisted man
NATTCenter Hunchback of record; entries; reviews all con-
for 1957, and the outstanding enlisted -
Notre Dame. 8 finement and release and orders
..'iW09M.....;..... ;....... ani NATTC Disbursing Post man will be awarded a
Hospital Amazing Colloral prepares messages to fami-
Man. MAST BOARD-Lcdr. James lies regarding disciplinary action Goes To Lt (Cig) SimmonsLt night in one of the new Cougars.
seated NAS J
Lindsay ( ) Ii x New this
Tuesday Ftb. 11 Discipline Officer is shown against personnel. (jg) James Simmons Jr., relieved names on the roster

Mainside Summer Love going over list of names on the Approval of all confinementsand I Lt (jg) Aaron Queen as week are: Camille Poirier, HM1
drama with mast board with Gene Collier releases is disbursing officer who reported from VA-104 and
( ) Judy Meredith and done by Lcdr. at NATTCenter
AN. This is a vital part of the James Edgin Jr. ADI from
John Saxon. Also, Arts and daily routine of the office. Lindsay, along with the holdingof last Saturday. VP16.As .

Flowers. preliminary investigations and Mr. Simmons reported from

NATTCenter An Affair to I John Pemrick Captures screening officer's of all commanding the USS Hancock. Mr. Queen is the music' started, a tinid
non-judicial punishments.ALSO
Remember. .
being released
duty.A journalist, lurking in the back
Hospital-Hunchback of Notre TopAO( Graduation Mark IN the office is Hazel native
of Orlando "Pardonme
Fla., Lt ground darted forward.
Dame. Pemrick AOAA of Phi- Walker, YN2, who types minutesfor
(jg) Simmons is Miss "
a graduate 0 f he said to a young
Wenesday Feb. 12 ladelphia, Pa. grabbed top honorsin the Armed Forces Disciplinary I Officers Candidate school, and lady, "may I have the ncit
Mainside April Love (color last week's graduation at Avia- Control Board. She also graduated from the Naval dance?"

musical) with Pat Boone and tion Ordnancemen School ClassA assists in supervision of the ply Corps School Sup-
in August, 1956. "I'm but I dance
Shirley Jones. Also, Goons from at office. sorry, never
rfATTCenter. with a child," she said with a
Moon. Other members of the Discip- .
Pemrick, who entered the Navyin Safety hint: To drive a nail supercilious smile.
NATTCenter Summer Love. linary staff are Gene Collier, without I
June 1957 has been orderedto your thumb, "Oh, thousand pardons," replied
Hospital An Affair to Re- AN, who handles paper work on hold the hammer
member. NAS, Cecil Field. all captain's masts. hands. with both the young journalist, "I did
not realize your condition."



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Sunday. Feb. 9

0930-Sunday School, three year-

to .:, olds through adults. Bldg. 722.
Ignme1 x 0930-Service of Divine Worship,

Chaplain Osman.
\ f. HOtO-Service of Divine Worship,

Chaplain Osman.

....N. 1830 Tee n age Fellowship
has With TheToasfmasfers 19CO-United Fellowship of Pro-

ane testants, Bldg. 722.Thurday .
>ertit- Feb. 6

1600 Junior Choir Rehearsal,

The 207th meeting of Navy Bldg. 722.
ers 1915 All Saints' Choir Re-
;ted Officers Toastmasters was high-

to lighted by five speeches during ",,,,.,, ..- .. hearsal ST.,EDWARD'S Chapel. CHAPEL
Thursday evening's session at the KEEP TABS ON NAVY HOUSING-When the married serviceman arrive for duty with an '
Oso "0" Club. NAS Jax-baied unit every effort is made to find adequate housing faciliiies for his civilian Play- Sunday. Feb. 9
12 ing a big role in this field it the Housing Office (Building 1050) and its staff of six em- 08SO-1000.
' Toastmaster Hank Young introduced ployees. The office located conveniently near the main gate is open from 0730 to 1600 each weekday Daily
toldvv Woody Woodside speak- to offer information and assistance. Bart Dockrell. (standing) U Housing Manager and has a 0630-St. Edward's Chapel.
ing on "Man's Oldest Invention"the staff of five assistants. Shown are, left to right. Mrs. A. S. Cook cashier P. L. Bridges, project
aid and Russell Bucca project manager 08CO-Sa turday.ST. .
om knot; Don Dougherty, manager Dockrellt Margie Wicker, housing management
Not in photo is Harold Meisch, cashier LUKE'S CHAPEL
"America's Pressure
Group"women -
'7n- ; Clancy Rich i "Don't Handles Living QuartersHousing Feb. 9

ball Condemn the Surplus" again Teeners Cool/ 0630-Catholic Mass.

ote at giving women his; newcomer"Icebreaker Mack," and Bailey Lou To (US WorkIn Office Here Is Chaplain 0930-Service Bryant.of Divine Worship, I

75 Sartor outlining "The Slate" ,
a nation-wide poll among
tlghthe that records the knowledge a
toastmaster acquires i through teenagers, it was revealed they t r".'
just didn't care to work for Friend To Married Man
'ned training and guides him success- "uncle sugar," according to
fully in all facts of life.
Navy Times. serviceman arrives at new duty station, one
lint When a married a
Bill Price headed the panel of
Less than four cent
per is search for available housingfor
Ida of the first things he'll probably do
chairman Harold Riveland ini-
work for the government, :
tiated a lively pro and con dis- 45 cent never gave it the his! family.
per fid'this;; '
He will i is not much
IS a cussion of current events and the slightest thought and 51 per (except for units under Hospital
when he
rerry- people who create them. cent said they wanted no partof of a problem effort is jurisdiction,) in adjacent Dewey
NAS Jax. Every
' Lt. Carol Smith of VFP-62 was Park and at the CumberlandRoad
it.Why made to assist him to find ade-
'ith' sworn in as newest member of don't they like the quate facilities.A Housing Project.

'id" toastmasters Club 549 and is ex- idea of government employ- It also maintains a record of
HOUSING Office located
('p. pected to give his "Icebreaker" ment? civilian listings in the Jacksonville -
In.gh.. tonight. "Low wages," "Not much conveniently near the Main GateIn } area. A card file of theseis
chance for advancement," Building 1050, is open Monday available to personnel at all N t:

irn Navy Civilian Toastmasters offered "No outlet for drive or differ- through Friday from 0730 to 1600 times.
with a staff' ready and able to
ent ideas "little recognitionfor
their first Speechcraft pro- HOWEVER THE Housing Office -
out gram Tuesday night with some so much aggravation." help married newcomers. cannot investigate these list- ;
This office handles all enlisted 14i
Most of them listed low
? c
\ 10 "guests" on hand for the ini-
iran rental housing aboard the Station
the for avoid- ings.Married
as reason
tial session. wages enlisted personnel in __ ,__ ,,,,,. __. .
";; >"" <>>' .x.<''' >M'''''''
rtcreta Three of ing government work. E-7 CLOSES CAREER Edwin
phases Speechcraft The SealIs grades E-4 through are
Training were explained by Rod Navy's eligible for Dewey Park and Wilson, HMC. (right) of Naval
Hospital Jax, to cut
PInney whose subject was "Suc- MDBS Payments Due Official NowThe Station Rental Housing. the cake celebrating prepares a long and

cess Through Speech;" Gordon : Mutual Death Benefit Society This includes 200 duplex units distinguished Naval career as
King, who talked on "What Is members reminded that assessment Navy has an official seal aboard the Station and 300 in I Capt. Benjamin Ahl, Hospital
ice are for the first time in its history commanding officer looks on.
A Speech; and Lawton Green, Nos. 87 and 83 are due Dewey Park. All are unfurnishedwith I
Chief Wilson is retiring after
ligh whose was "We Learn President Eisenhower approvedthe
topic By equipment, except
Feb. 11, 22 service.Hospital.
by years
its final form
"om design, given aboard
Doing. Positively no assessment will for 68 furnished unit

,xc. In the regular speech program, be accepted after this date. by the. Army's Heraldic Executive Divi- : the base. All have one, two or Chief
out) sion, in a recent three bedrooms.
Jim Leggett spoke on "Juvenile
'" VI' Delinquency;" Dick Silbernagle "What kind of auto horn would Order. I THERE ARE 330 units in the
On 22More
Jim on "Foreign Cars;" and Andy you like? Do you want a good Although the Navy used a seal Cumberland Road project. Theseare Retires

Planey expounded extemporaneously loud blast?" "No, something that for more than 100 years, it had also one, two and three bed- than 22 years active duty

\.fuser on "Impromptu Speaking." just sneers." never been formally adopted. room units, unfurnished with has ended for Edwin Wilson,

Panel of evaluators, headed by -- kitchen equipment. HMC, of Naval Hospital Jax, who
and AI Simonds included Jay Ellis, i y S y The project, originally built for was honored with a ceremony

mi- Melvin Hawker and Aubrey civilian defense workers, was upon his retirement last Friday.

Silvey. Toastmaster was Ray taken over by the Navy in 1953 Wilson was presented a letterof

her Forrest, with Frank Roberts as 't% y. k ty from the Public Housing Au- appreciation from Capt. Benjamin -

,ere Topic Master. thority. Ahl, Hospital commandingofficer.

of The second session of Speech- iL4: I r5 The Housing Office now com- .
and this
, ng craft will be held Tuesday at pletely runs Following reading of the cita-

1900 at Cumberland t Road Com- property. The} Cumberland Housing tion, a double-deck cake was cut
; is located at Roosevelt
"ill munity Center. On the agendafor area by Wilson.
Jutnan- next week will be A discussion BJvd. and Park St., seven miles
centering on "What to Talk a' ;ri from NAS Jax. RENT FOR all Navy housing
Abut" ANY ENLISTED man is eli- units is based on scale of income,
en- gible for this housing.! In addition !- and is payable to the Housing
t a
active duty t personnel withunits Office on the first of each month.
Deckqrd, Hunt not headquartered< at hAS THE HOUSING Office, under

Jax, such as Military District per- cognizance of NAS. Jax Public

Ml, Share Honors sonnel, are eligible for! Cumberland Works Department, is in chargeof

and Alvin Hunt, AEI3f, of Doerun, housing on a second priority Bart Dockrell, Station Housing
om basis. who estimates the
Ga., and William Deckard, AE- H-----: manager,
Persons interested in obtaining office aids 75 to 100 persons

MAN, of Decatur, 111., shared top Navy Rental Housing can receive weekly.

"'1idck.. honors in last week's' graduationat application at the Housing He is assisted by Margie Wicker -

Aviation! Electrician's Mate Office, fill it out, have their per- Housing management aid; P.

donlIng School Class A at NATTCenter.Hunt sonnel officer sign it, and then L. Bridges, Project manager for
return it to the Housing Office. Station and Dewey Park units;
Icxt'nct who entered the Navy -- ;"OLD; ROCKIN CHAIR'S GOT ME" Theodore "Pappy"Frilch On the application, a choice of Russell Bucca, Cumberland Road
in 1956 has been transferred one of the plankowners of the Naval Air Station tries
January In one, two or three bedrooms is Project manager and cashiers
out his ol' rock in' chair during ceremonies last Thursday
to VA-128, Mir a mar, which he retired after 35 years of. civilian service with the specified by the applicant. His Mrs. A. S. Cook and Harold
:I a Calif., while Deckard, who Joinedin Navy. The chair 'which had been .Pappy'." pet piece of office name is then placed on a list of Meisch.
has been equipment was "pilfered" and refinished complete with plaque such units and vacancies are Housing officer for NAS Jax
redid- December 1954, and presented to him for his to keep. He also received a sterl- made from these, on a first- is Comdr. R. F. Dueler Jr.,
transferred to NAS ing silver cigarette case, and a color portrait along with well
served basis. Assistant Public Works Officer.ton .
m. wishes of the commanding officer and fellow workers.



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(The first of a series of articles on income tax based on Information 3L 'SC
from the Internal Revenue Service.)

Every citizen or resident of the United States, including minors,
who had $600 or more gross income in 1957 must file a federal
income tax return.If .
65 or older by Jan. 1, 1958,
no return is required unless gross than half alone, the group may
income was at least $1,200. Those designate one of their number to

with less income should file to claim the exemption.If .

obtain a refund of any tax with- a dependent was born or
held. died during the year, you can
claim a full exemption if the dependent -
Returns should be filed as met the above tests for

soon as possible, but no later I the part of the year he was alive.

than April 15, 1958. Returns Under certain circumstances 4M., iI
should be mailed to the District provided by the law, individualswho I ;e 4,'

Director of Internal Revenue for are "Head of a Household"or I S,
4 '
the district where you live. The "Surviving Spouse" are entitled : i cy y< s.
address is listed on the instruc- to special tax rates. Consultthe HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU The Special Services Department at rut s Tenzer' nas in-
tion booklet accompanying your instructions accompanyingyour augurated a new program enabling the serviceman away from home to enjoy the happiness of
blank form. having a party on his birthday. Pictured above it a icene from the first party held last Sundayat
blank return form for the the NATTCenler Lounge. Eulalee McHugh, (left) club hostess, leads the group in the familiar I
Checks or money orders for details. birthday song. The group honored had birthdays in January. Personnel- with February birth
any tax due should accompanythe (AFPS) ... dates are urged to sign uo at the Lounge .for. _this month event. .

return, and should be made

ice.out" to "Internal Revenue Serv- Mayport Gets Employment Policy OutlinedFor &mmI

Every taxpayer is entitled to New SkipperNAAS Civilian PersonnelIt (The Jax Air News is prohib-

at least one personal exemptionof Mayport acquired anew Navy ited by Defense Department reg-
$600.If ulations from listing commercial
I commanding officer Wed- Is the policy of the Department of the Navy that equal advertising. Ads in this column
65 or older, or.blind, you get be afforded all qualified consistent -
nesday when Capt. FrederickW. opportunity for employment persons are limited to housing for rent
two $600 If both
with law and to prohibit discrimination against any em- and sale lost
Brown Jr. relieved Capt.G. rooms, and found
blind and 65 or older, three ex- of color religion
because race, ,
emptions.The J. Fraunhcim. ployee or applicant for employment items and miscellaneous. No ads
I or national oricin. are taken by phone-all must be
same exemptions are allowed The new Mayport skipper To assure that this policy is Employment Policy Officer to submitted personally or by math ,
for your wife (or husband) arrives from duty as skipperof carried out, the Secretary of the compliance with Execu- The Jax Air News reserves the

if a joint return is filed.If an experimental seaplaneunit Navy has designated CHarles tive assure Order 10590 which sets right to edit all ads.) .

file in Norfolk. Capt. Fraun- Peck, special assistant to the
you a separate return, forth the Government's non- For Rent
you may claim your wife's exemptions heim is being assigned to San Assistant Secretary of the Navy discriminatory employment 2-Bdrm House. 2962 Herschel'St.
only if she had no Income Diego. (Personnel and Reserve Forces) policy. Avail after'' Feb. 10. EV
and the as the Department of the Navy 9-6264.
was not dependentof I THE COMMANDING Officer is Maltby.

another taxpayer.If h OjY w ..kiC the Deputy Employment Policy ,.,For Sale

your husband or wife died Officer for this activity. The 3-Bdrm. Home. 7351 Greenw.ay

in 1957, the number of his or her Administration Officer i will Dr. (Ortega Hills), E V 8-4969
exemptions is determined as of assist the commanding officer in Wilgus.
date of death. Be sure to fill in exercising his responsibilities as 3-Bdrm. Home. 4849 Homecrcst'

the appropriate blocks on your Deputy Employment Policy Of- Cir. (Ortega Hills). EV 7-5158.
return. ficer and to insure compliancewith Miscellaneous

You Executive Order 10590 and Wanted: To join car pool.
get only one $600 exemp-
established policies of the Department Brookview
tion for each dependent, regard- or Arlington East.
less of his age or other circum- of Defense and De- Hrs-0800-1630. RA 4-6140. Yar-
stances. partment of the Navy. borough.

An employee, an applicant, or Found: In NAS Jax Bank Jane,
You may claim an exemptionfor a duly authorized spokesman of 16, Parker pen. Call Naval Hosp.

each child, stepchild, or legal- a duly constituted group or I 561 Ext-70 E. D. Prior, HM1, and
ly adopted child who received organization who feels that he identify.
more than half of his or her y
sup- Q 'Xv.ti. has a complaint, may submit his Lost-beagle dog, white with '
port from and who had
you not complaint either to the
Deputy black and brown spots. Reward.
reached the
of 19.
age { Employment Policy Officer i Voss, VU-10 Det., EV 8-6857.
If the child is 19 or older, and Department of the Navy Em-

is not a full-time student, you ployment Policy Officer or the If the complainant is still not

lose the exemption if he had President's Committee on Gov satisfied after the hearing, the
more than $600 income of his ernment Employment Policy. entire case file will be forwarded -

own. The child must also be THE COMPLAINT, to be acceptable to the Department of the
either a citizen of the US or a must contain sufficient Navy Employment Policy Officer -
resident of Canada, Mexico, the facts and circumstances to sup- for review and determina-

Republic of Panama or the Canal port the specific allegation of tion. The complainant if still not

Zone. .. .. discrimination. The complaintshould satisfied with the decision may
For dependents other than VAP-62 STRESSES SAFETY Realixing; the need for include such facts as thedate then request review of the case
children, five requirements mutt stress on safety education among its personnel VAP-62 has of the action, whether it is by the President's Committee .
asked the cooperation of the Florida Highway Patrol in point-
be met to claim an exemption.The ing out Florida highway laws( to squadron men. Veteran high- based on race, color, religion or Government Employment Policy.
way patrolman D. R. Jansen is shown during a recent session national origin, the specificaction EMPLOYEES ARE
must: 1) have with urged to
VAP-62 personnel. official responsible for submit
complaints to the

received; 2) less have thin received$600 more gross than income I Road Safety Gets Stress I such information action, pertinent and all other factual to the Deputy first Employment in order that Policy the complete Officer -'

half of his support from you; 3) complaint. file
An outstanding safety recordon may be: worked up and
not have filed a joint return with the ground as well as in the Florida highway laws and regu- If the complaint is in connec- the case settled at the activity

his wife (or her husband); 4) bea air is the goal for officers ,and lations. tion with a discharge action, if possible. Complaints to the
citizen of' He's currently conducting three such complaint must be filed Deputy Employment
of the US or a resident men Heavy Photographic Policy Officer -
days of intensive' lectures to within ten days after the effective should
of Canada, Mexico the Squadron 62 at :NAS Jax. be addressed toy
VAP-62 personnel. Trooper Jan- date of the action. Com Room 231, Building
of Panama or the Canal Zone: Flight safety is always of pri- sen is safety officer for TroopG plaints arising from other per Jacksonville 12, Fla. One, NAS,

and 5) either have been a mem- mary importance to any Naval of the Highway Patrol, with sonnel actions should be filedwithin The Department ,of the
squadron. However VAP-62 has Navy,
ber of your household for the en- headquarters at Marietta. 45 days after the effec Employment Policy Officer
asked the cooperation of the the lectures tive date of Mr.
During Trooper such
tire taxable year, or be related to Florida Highway Patrol in stress- Charles L. Peck, is located in
Jansen also THE
emergency is
entitled Room
you (or to your wife or husbandif ing driving safety for its officers procedures to be used in eventof to a representative of his choice 4E810, Pentagon Building,
I Washington ,
a joint return is filed). and 25,' D. C. Corres
I men. an accident on the highway. to assist him in pursuing his pondence to the President'sCommittee

If several persons together con- For the past five years, veteran Comdr. H. W. Drum, VAP-62 complaint. If after informal ne on Government Em-
tributed more than half the skipper, highly recommends gotiation Policy Officer the complainant -
sup- highway patrolman D. R. Jansen ployment Policy should be addressed -
Jansen's advice "Take
: an ounce is not satisfied with
port of an individual during the has been indoctrinating military of prevention to prevent a ton of results he will be entitled to the to Room 308, U. S. Civil
year, but no one conrtibuted more personnel from the 48 states on cure." personal hearing. Commission, Washington
25, D. C.


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rerlime Shot JEj; r-t:':, r I
t. \
!\ ,; .( : ./ \- ,
lie Jax Navy Crackerjax en- t \'>. !, ,,,;.J;';"" 5H{(: ': t ,; Vi
_ kined the Eglin AFB Eagletat -
Mainside gym last week Saints Signalares Brew
with the clubs managing an a) ,
split in two games. kx
Flier Ache
_" Saturday's tilt, the Eaglettes King-Sized
"rded a 44-24 victory, stov-
|) off a late Crackerjax rally It'll be strictly'road' shows for the Jax Navy Fliers dur-

had tied the score at one ing the next 11 days, with four away games scheduled be-
ent during final stages of fore they return home for a Feb. 17 tilt with the Langley

Ifgame.ri i/in/ Rockets.The .

Cotton and Carolyn locals are at Green Cove efforts in leading Canisius in the

on, with 19 and 18 points, tonight, Parris Island Saturday, 1955-56 NIT events.

: tively, led the losers.e and visit Pensacola and Eglin Jax University's Dolphins car-

locals gained a two-point AFB next'week. ved, out a methodical 84-72 decision -
: The 'Fliers came within one over the Fliers at Mainside
time win in Sunday's contest, r
ate' t of tieing their season's
7, with a shot by Johnson game gym.It.
record of five straight losses, a was because of a tremendous
It t rimmed the net for a mo-
feat accomplished earlier in the scoring effort by ex-Aubrunite
then plopped in, proving L {
:; lincher. season, by dumping Mayport Kay Slayden that the home-
___ Navy, 98-72, last Tuesday at thelosers' standers were able to stay that
jain Cotton was high scorer
gym to break a four game close to the Dolphins.
'' 26 points. The Crackerjax
loss skein. SLAYDEN HIT his
t the Charleston Waves Satur-
\i }a Z The Fliers lurched quickly specialty, the one-hand Jump
2000 in Mainside
gym. back in the throes of a skid, shot, although moving to the side

however, dropping successivetilts for an occasional set. In all, he
f.\ to Jacksonville U., Ft. Gor- tallied 27 points.
\! Hfcr Fistic Crew don's Signalares and the Provost Mike Doyle, mustered out of

UP UP AND AWAY '-_ Bob Roy leaps high in getting Marshal five from the same the Navy that day, played his
"led By Green Jump shot away for his Special Services quintet while Bill Calts Georgia site. final game in Flier silks, scor-
of VAH-1 tries to block action during a recent Mainside basket- IN THE LATTER game, play- ing 12 taliles. ,
ball encounter. Moving in are VAH-l's Tom ,Hamilton (left)
Cure ed Saturday on Ft. Gordon The big boy heads for a basket1 1
WallopersNavy and John Little._.. VAH-1 defeated Special Services 68-47.
----- boards, the Fliers looked good ball berth with Florida South-
Golfers Begin Feb. 22 despite losing 98-80 verdict. J
boxers took it on a em College. 1
the in a five bout smokerat After allowing Jax Navy an 1I I

ling Hall last Thursday, drop- opening 4-1 lead, the PMGC I
ping!x four of five decisions to Varsity Golf Tennis Squads quintet knotted the count. The STRIKES

Green",Cove Springs. Fliers, however, jumped in front I

( bout After, ,Flier copping mittmen the were opening frus- Getting Jump On SpringtimeAlthough once almost more the, entire holding first-half.the fore for SPARES 1

traied'"'through remainder of the The Saints proved too much
"card.J an unusually cold February belies the fact, for Jax Navy in the final half, SPLITSDispensary

,, Edwin Vance of Jax Navy cop- spring sports activity at NAS _Jax is not far in the future. however, finally pulling ahead
and eventually piling the remains the
up atop
ped?Close decision from Johnny Members of the Jax Navy Further details regarding the
winning despite Flier
margin a Mainside American League bowl-
Deshazier in the first fight. varsity golf team have recently team can be obtained through
full-court press. loop with eight wins and na
In succession, Ike Williams been selected and tryouts for I J. C. Karrh, JO1, NARTU, ex-
DICK MATTHEWS' 19 points
berths the Jax tennis
(GCS) bested Bill Lyles, Wil- tension 268, or EV 87334.
squad are currently being held. topped Jax scorers. Ron Osborn VA-44, with 7-1, is second
liam Bingham (GCS) got the and Ray Sallee dumped 22 each while Dental took over third i
! t nod over Gary Brown, Bobby, EIGHT MEN qualified for the Leaders Quicken for \the winners. place with a 9-3 record.

|Murphy (GCS) beat Ron Pear- links team, by way of two 18- Friday night, the power-laden National League action saw
:onand' Don Alexander (GCS) i iw hole rounds. Center Keg PaceTop Signalares administered the worst VFP-62 "B" tie VA-176 "O" for I

[ over Ralph Mizell. Low finishers were paced by contenders in the NATT- licking of the season to the Fliersin top honors with 7-1 records. I

'.1.' Bob Taylor, with a 77-78 for Center bowling circuit continuedto a 101-44 druBbing.The : FAW-11, Fasron Six, VA15"A
155. Others were Ace Johnson ," VAH-1 No.3 and NARTUNo.
advance last week, with powerful Signal quint was
((76-82-158)); Larry Sorrel ((83- league-leading NAWS School and paced at the scoring column by 2 are tied for second place

Varsity Bowling 77-160)) ; "Frog" Haney (79- second-place AK School both. 6-0 jump shot artist Dallas with 6-2.
83-162)) ; Walt O'Neil ((85-82- picking up three victories. Dobbs, three-time All-Big Seven In action last week, VW-4 No 1

([Squad Earned 167)) ; Buck Cater (79-90-168)); High average lead has been pick. He bucketed 26 points. defeated the Waves, ComFairJaxwon

Action for the Jax Navy Floyd Short ((86-85-171)), and taken over by M/Sgt. Steve JOHNNIE MCCARTHY prop- over VP-18, VP-5 defeated
i4 Jim Van Vactor ((80-91-171.) Mayer, the veteran hook spe- erty of the Cincinnati Royals, VAP-62 and VA-176 "O" shut
sity bowling team is ex-
The varsity card opens Feb. 22 cialist from Marine Aviation De- chipped in with 16 markers. Mc- out VA-176 "E," all by 4-0
ted to get underway in when the U. of Florida appearsat tachment. Carthy is remembered for his scores.

rly March. the NAS Jax greensward. Supply lost to VW-4 No.3,
.. .. ,..
R. T. Tice and Ray Winsteaded MEANWHILE,practice sessions ,<->;:t',<<""''''' : ," NARTU No 1 won over VW-4

k the recent roll-off held for the Jax Navy tennis team ui' 44 44c and VA-15 ''B" defeated Com-

are going on daily at 1630 at the fi, .. munications with 3-1 tallies. NAS
determine makeup of the 3'
Boone Park courts.A Officers and VA-172 tied.
tiad. .
ice had a 186 average while well-rounded slate is planned
Instead checked in with 177. for the netters, including matches Sparks Marines
with outstanding collegiate and ,
Other varsity members are:
G. Smith, Steve Mayer, military squads.In c IA Maintain NATTCBasketball

tthn Burner, F. A. Greenwood, the hopper for a late February LeadAE
G. Wilson, Eben Hall, R.J. date is an NAS Jax Invitational -
ludsen and "Ski" Mahoski. Tourney to be held at y iM''f xf / r... School and the Marine
Boone Park. Aviation Detachment stayed ina
T deadlock for first place in the

_thletic Office Changes Sitee NATTCenter basketball league
last week, both holding 7-1
Mainside Special Services recreation program.At The Sparkies downed AO

hletic Office, after many years present, 32 teams are parti- School, 76-52, then broke a two-

Building 930, Topside, has cipating in bowling, 13 units have week-old scoring record by shat-

anged locations and is now active golf squads, plus an aver- .- tering AvFund, 107-48. The
tuated in the gym, Building 1. age of 20 units compete in the a 1 Marines set the old mark of 105

[The three-man office crew Mainside touch football, basketball points just two weeks ago.
mpleted a successful move of swimming and volleyball The Marines belted AO School,
ords and furniture last week. leagues. 42-25, and decisioned'AK School,
ew phone number is 585. -- 56-42. AvFund earned its initial
Maintaining records on the I NEW ATHLETIC OFFICE Stanf.-Sommers-AMCi( ii-))
Stanley Sommers, AMC, ath- Iron Man Sports Program is also NAS Special Service athletic director, and his two-man crew victory by startling NAWS
tic director, and his right handen office get settled in the new athletic office located in the Mainside School, 7131.Thirdplace.
of this as well as
i duty
Kenneth Meadows, AKAN, gym. Sommers' office is responsible for organizing and super Support Splintersheld
holding responsibility of all wel- the various and intramural conducted
ind H. E. Monterrante, SMI, vising varsity sports by NAWS School scoreless
the Station. Preparing to post intramural basketball standings
fare equipment held by Special
their hands full dayf during the first half, then wenton
lave every on the wall is Sommers and Ken Meadows AKAN (center)
) the year supervising an active Services. while H. EL Monterrante. SM!, stands by. to post a 63-13 win.l.muur1858 .

t I

I JAX AIR, NEWS 6 February 1958


D ONOItt Up The


With Civilians

(Periodically, the Jan Air Newsn

pI ( cooperation with Industrial
; Ak T 0 I i- Relations Department, will list

various' promotions for Naval Air

Station personnel.)

+ > v :: This week continues the list of

: employees on the promotion roster -
effective Dec. 15 and 29.
A total of 60 people contributed _
Howard Steen, management
blood during Civilian Blood Donor
analyst GS-9 'to supervisory
Day at NAS Jax recently.Of .
management anaylst GS11; and
this total, 32 were from Mary Winters, clerk-typist GS3to

Overhaul and Repair Department;i property and supply clerk
eight from Public Works; Supply GS-4.

Department had 14, while there.
Promoted at Public Works Department -
was one each from Industrial
were Christopher Bugg
Relations, Comptroller and Oper- SSS....." r fireman second step to engine*

ations.O AO SCHOOL GRADUATES LAST OFFICERS Established in 1942 moved to Memphis in man first step; Samuel Drayton,
& R DONORS included: 1948 and returned to Jacksonville in 1951. That's the length of time that the Aviation Ordnance
Officers School has been at NATTCenter. Pictured here is the last class to graduate. Though helper (general) third step to
Chester Dzioba, Billy Ussery, limited ordnance will be taught in the future, next class to convene will be known as the Naval fireman first step and Clyde
Harry Highsmith, Waldo Romero, Air Armament and Weapons Systems School. Pictured are, front row, (left to right) Ensign Donald Mitchell, laborer third step to
Daniel Boone, Roy Smith, Harriet Melching,. Lcdr. James Rutherford, LL John Buffin, LI. Thomas Bingham, Ensign Richard helper (general) third step.
Lake, Charles Roberts, Carl Law, Wilt and Lt. David Blalock. Rear, 2nd LL John McLaughlin. Ensign Eugene Iborg Ensign Lu-
e" ther Kroll of the German Navy, Ensign Jack Salisbury Lcdr. Wilbert Luedtke, Lt. Harold Gire Advanced in the Comptroller's
Raymond Bourne D
w a n
y and Comdr. Robert Woodside, training officer. Department were Edwina Allein,
Brown, Jollie Hallback, John
fiscal accounting clerk GS-3 to
Wensten, Marion Ricke, Robert Heart Disease Leads Killers .appropriation accounting clerk
Griffin and James Lamb.
Altimeter Tells Pilot
GS-4! ; Harry Dowling, property
Also, Arthur Mansfield, James Al GlanceA accounting clerk GS-4 to pro-
Pressures Height
Horne, Andrew Owens, John Job Obesity perty accounts supervisor GS-5.
altimeter that
Wilsher, Hartwell Hickox, James new can
Waldron, Daniel Shadd, Donald tell a pilot his altitude at a Rosie Helow, supervisory fiscal -
Seen As Heart EnemiesThird accounting clerk GS-6 to appropriation -
Carter, John Lindberg, Julian glance has been designed by accounts supervisorGS7
Helveston, Walter Gonzales, Wil-
( oa series compiled by NAS Jan Medical Departmentto the Air Research and Develop- ; Alma McCormick, fiscal
Crews, Emmet Rachels, I.
Emma Savitz, Robert Bradleyand acquaint personnel with problems confronting medics, and to ment Command. accounting clerk GS-4 to appro-

Thelma Conner. educate dependents in health care and use of drugs.) Present altimeters use three priation accounts supervisor

Attention has been directed towards heart diseases lately, and multi-revolution pointers anda GS-5; Barbara Moyer, fiscal accounting -
FROM SUPPLY were Burice especially since President Eisenhower's attack has the public become clerk GS-3 to appropri-

Treakle, Otis McCormick, Roy acutely conscious of this ailment. circular dial requiring fliersto ation accounting clerk GS-4, and

Hartley, James Crowder, Jean read separate indicators to Ruth Stecher, fiscal accounting
Cutcliffe, Nolan Dorman, Rhoda DO NOT SELL the heart short. gest executive killers as* being determine height a method clerk GS-4 to appropriation accounts -

Saleeby, James Land, Thomas It's a wonderful muscular organ obesity and success.A which can lead to possible supervisor GS-5.

Holt, Sam Green; Frank Wood, that contracts approximately 72 successful man usually has misinterpretation.Known .

Edward Wright, Harold Bridgesand times each minute of every hourof had to push himself to become as a drum-pointer altimeter -

Alvin Jones. every day. successful and has had to push the new instrument is First Steps

From Public Works: Robert By applying arithmetic, you'll himself to stay on the top. intended to simplify altimeter
find that the "ticker" beats and eliminate (Continued from page 1))
Payton, Robert Durden, Robert 4,320 A BROOKLYN doctor says that display pilot

McDaniels, James Fletcher, John times per hour, 103,680 times a physical and emotional strain error. pletely reworked and renamed its

Luplow, Clarence May, Mimi day, 37,843,200 times per year.If may be definite exciting factorsas emergency service ratings.

Bailey and Alphonso Jenkins. you live to be 70, your heart to the cause of acute coronary The emergency service ratings
Some people think nothing of
will have beat times.
Others contributing were Marvin changes in the presence of coronary CEG (general electrician), CEP

Nelson of Operations, George Try flexing your biceps a atherosclerosis (thick, hard driving 80 mph. Their insurance ([power lineman) and CEL (com-

Barker from IRD, and Hazel hundred times and see how tired and rough coronary vessels.) company doesn't think much of it munications electrician) are drop-

Owens of Comptroller your arm gets. Now it's easy to Much study is being made to either. ped in favor of four new service
Three from NATTCenter Included understand why'the heart wears determine why our arteries be- I ratings i : CEW (wiring), CEP

Stanley Rea, George out and why we have heart come diseased. Some authorities Traffic cop: "Say, didn't you (power), C E T (telephone) and

Pharr and Glenn King. trouble. I see me wave at you?" CES (shop.)
ONE OF THE most commonof feel that an excess of a fat-like Sweet young thing: "Yes, but
of the driver
3)) Changed name : -
heart diseases is coronary material called cholesterole in the your wasting your time. I'm en-
(CD) rating to equipment op-
CrusadeContinued thrombosis occlusion blood stream be factor. to be married."
or coronary may a gaged
erator (EO) to bring the name
which is a stopping-up of the more in line with its actual du-

( from page 1)) coronary arteries, which carry ties. The EO rating will get two
blood to the heart muscle.
Raising within the Federal Estab- service ratings, equipment op-
lishment, with "True Voluntary It's felt that people who work I 'tT erator construction (EON) and

Giving" as the theme. under constant pressure, havingto ..11'. i EOH (hauling).
make too decisions,
4)) CHANGED THE Steel-
in the
Participating campaignare .
be candidates for trouble.A ; .." .
Fleet Air Jacksonville, NAS ; .. ... "'<' :' .'. .. ... '1.. worker (SW) emergency service

Jacksonville, NAS Cecil Field, leading life insurance) com- :. .' ; :..: ... ) ratings W W S (structural steel-

NAAS Mayport, Naval Air Tech- pany (Metropolitan) states that "V.: ....i': .. .. ... ... .... ;'. 'Cb". '" worker) and SWR (construction
the housewife is ., :.:: .
nical Training Center, Fleet Air average least ,,.... .,.H...,. : :..; '.\..:. ..>. .:>.. .. .. 4i.i. rigger) to new service ratings to
likely to die of heart disease. "
Eleven Naval In :'Y" .. ,' :. be called steelworker
Wing Hospital, and E (erector)
the bracket'of 25-44 five ':" .' lIfI./
age ,, '
Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit. and SWF (fabricator).
men die for every woman who "'.- <... l9
5) Added concrete
dies. ... a specialistto
w. the builder (BU) rating. The

Airlines i INSURANCE authorities will ?* "" BU rating will now have three

Might also tell you that the overweight l t; (light), BUn (heavy) and BUR

Fly For MATSThe person is,three times more likelyto ; (concrete).
have heart trouble than a .S'YtCK. 1Tm
6) Added four "service" rat-
Military Air Transport person of normal weight. MUTT AND JEFF Largest and smallest U. S. jet combat to
ings the utilities man (UT)
Service has asked commercial Benjamin Franklin Clinic aircraft fly together. Navy's 39-foot A4D Skyhawk is overshadowed
airlines to operate 10 military au- by huge 156-foot Air Force B-52 Stratofort. Both are rating. The rating did not pre-
thorities consider the two big capable of nuclear attack. viously have such specialties.
airliners in
on overseas runs a
trial program. THE NEW "SERVICE" ratingsare

Under a proposed contract on utilities man P (plumber),
which all civil air carriers have \ CIVILIAN ROLLS TO BE BOOSTEDDefense I UT A (air conditioning), AT B

been invited to bid, five C-118s (boiler man) and UTW (water

will move passengers in the Paci- and sanitation).
jobs will require ton. installations in
fic area and five C-54s will fly a tight spot Activation of the sonarman O
the hiring of more than 25,000 I and McElroy conceded that
.argo across the Atlantic. McElroy's order eaves restrictions (ocMJaoft'aph.r) rating as a se-
civilian employee before June "normal attrition" had left
The program, the Air Force oa filling vacancies.It Ie4tve emergency service rate at
has said, is part of a study to 30 under an order from Sec- was put into effect by be vacancies filled. that simply have t. B-4 level lau just been announc-

determine the advantages and. 'retary Neil H. McElroy, according former Defense chief Charles Civilian ha ed. Uea ix this rating as strikers
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disadvantages of operating military to Navy Times. AU Wilson last August dropped by more tAu ",tt. will to able to participate in

transport planes by civilian the jobs are outside Washing- The Wilson order left some since Wilson's order weat 1m. ttieir firs promotion exam in
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