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Creation Date: March 20, 1958
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I Eventful Trip Will Be Remembered By This Pair I I ILt



(Jg) Robert Schertz, aFAW- as NAS Flight Physiology callsit to bring the plane down to about Gosdeck who was sick, but him- Lt. Schertz also wrote up a

TU pilot, is telling the story of "hypoxia"). 30OCO feet, which brought the I self.The report of the experience and the

his "hairiest" experience to date, The TV-2 pilot back to a semiconsciousstate. .nilot then turned back to two men spent the night at Sey-
thanks to the. of mindof
presence Seymour John-
mour Johnson before leaving the
in his TV-2 on a was at 41,000
a
passenger A F BatGoldsboro
son next day for NAS Niagara and
flight to NAS Niagara last ft. and Schertz This happened after Gosdeckhad
N. an uneventful remainder of the
month didn't know of attempted several times to trip.
C. where the
The passenger, Robert Gos- course that his suggest to Lt (jg) Schertz to
deck AM2, also attached to Air Force Inspected Ltjg( ) Schertz insists that was
FAWTU, had caught a hop with oxygen wasn't come down. Once, he wrote ona the his "hairiest experience 1 to

Lt (jg) Schertz on his way hometo working prop- radio chart "get down to al plane and reported date," which includes 1900 hoursof

Buffalo, N.Y.Everything erly. Gosdeck titude" and threw it to the frontof the flying. Gosdeck admits that

was fine at the realized this the cockplt), where it landed ejection seat he was scared and even thoughtof

Savannah check-point. Shortly but was unable In Schertz' Jap. had not been ejecting, however, he decided
afterwards, however, Lt. Schertz, oroocrlv i n- that it was a long way down
although he didn't know it, be- LtJg( ) Scherti to convince the Once at 30.00Q feet the pilot I Gosdeck stalled, causinga and was "pretty cold outside,

came a victim of "anoxia" (or pilot of it Finally, he was able began to realize that it wasn't deficient oxygen supply. too."






Major Change Pay May JflX I





Be In OffingBULLETIN!


Vol. 15 No. 48 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Florida 20 March 1958Fair
The Kilday House Armed Services -

subcommittee late Tuesday '
o unanimously approved lit own S Supply Gets

version of a pay hike plan which i"4;: '

'Will raise military pay by 662!
Citation ForEfficiency
million dollars a year and puta i*:. .

premium on skills rather than 'k :A ?

length of service. 42
Lt
Chairman Paul K ii day announced ,S \ :

the new bill would give
higher salaries for everyone in NAS Jacksonville Supply

uniform from E-3 to chief of S'I Department, distribution point

staff and for all retired ptrson for Florida and parts of Geor-

nel. gia for all cognizant "I" forms
*
and publications, has been
Navy Times this week reported -
the Forms and Publications
cited
by
that the Kilday subcommittee -

in secret sessions Supply Office for
going over the CordinerDefense $ a 4* being "tops in supply effec-
\r-1 "
pay bill line-by-line, tiveness, it was learned this
,
week.
was considering additions

which may put $200 million : NAS Jax Supply Departmentled

more in pockets of servicemen the field for January by experiencing -

mostly retireds, junior gross supply effectiveness -

enlisted men and middle- _. ."" ......";;... 4 ----4t-'p wr-- : _'I"Ot" <. __... _... ...._ I- of 92.7 percent and net sup-
grade officers and officers ply effectiveness of 96.8 per
enlistedwarrant BROTHERS OF THE BRUSH Clay County residents, employed at NAS Jax. are measuring .
with -
previous their beards in preparation for that county's Centennial celebration. May 1617. Left to rightare cent.
service. J. C. Knight measuring R. F. Boyer's "brush" while G. W. Vail shows off his heavy sideburns. The Forms and Publications
However, Times reported cut Boyer and Knight are, employed at Overhaul ani Repair Dept. while Vail works at the Fire
backs in increases proposed for Dept. The .beard-growing contest is one of many highlights in Clay's centennial observance with Supply Office, located in Byron,
Armed Forces Day program May 17 to climax the two-day fete. Ga., is pleased with this figure,
O-5s and O-6$ also were under . .. . .
WhICh is tne secona mgnes ever
serious consideration. There was
reported by a cognizance "I"distribution -
possibility that captains, commanders Rental Proposal
WEEKEND TIDE point.
and lcdrs might get $25or .

50 a month less than Defense HIGH LOW NAS Jax reported December

proposes.A A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. figures of' 95.2 gross and 97.5 net
Siqned By PresidentSuch
SPEECH by subcommittee effectiveness.The .
Fri. 8:32: 8:50: 2:22: 2:32:
member Bob Wilson o f California w Navy has 21 distribution
before a Fleet Reserve Service families living in government housing found to be Inadequate Sat. 9:05: 9:23: 2:56: 3:04: points for this material, NAS
Association group threw some I will be charged a fair rental value and will be paid the differ- Sun. 9:39: 5:58: 3:31: 3:37:
ence betwen this value and their auarters allowance. Jax, however, is the only air
light on what the House committee payments, according to station with this responsibility.I .

will do about longevity. He the Defense Department, will be I Expected to save more than
said, "The longevity concept will families and BRIEFING Capt. Sidney |
retroactive to Jan. 1, 1958.A 30,000 military J. Lawrence (seated) Corn- r5E"'Rij5"T -
not be abandoned. DOD directive establishingthe bachelor officers $10 to $15 million mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven i _

Wilson also assured his audi conditions and standards by annually for the next two describes duties of the Wing to i

ence that retired people will be which military housing will be years, rentals for sub-standard his successor Ca.pt. Donald E. *.,
included "at least for the cost-of judged adequate or inadequatehas quarters will be determined by Macintosh who assumed command .\
of FA W.11 in c.remon- \
living raise," said Times. No been' approved by President the services on the basis of the ies Monday. | \

change would be made in housing Eisenhower as provided by Public new directive being published.IN ;"
:,>:': :"" "k' '"
allowances, according to Wil- Law 241, passed in the first Cession THE US and US territories, < I

son. of the 85th Congress. (Pleat turn to Page 6, col. 1)) 1

Navy Times predicted the following :..
<
would come out of the Macintosh CommandOf -S
Kilday bill: Capt. In I

1)) A PROVISION to assure -
Fleet Air ElevenCapt. I
that three and four-star generalswill Winq t -
not lose pay or allowances *
-
Donald E. Macintosh as-
,4
between jobs. Defense asked for of antisubmarine warfare the eI
sumed command of Fleet Air ..
this in a special bill last year. Wing Eleven during formal Wing's primary mission, by virtue --

2) More in-grade steps and ceremonies Monday afternoon. of his assignment from'1953
perhaps higher basic rates for E- Turning over the commandwas to 1956 in the Office of Chief of \ IS

1s, E-2s and E-3s and O-3s and Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence, Naval Operations as head of the \S ee.

O4s. This will add $8() million to Commander FAW-11 since Feb. AWS Branch (OP 312.) IJ

the cost of the bill. 1957, who is departing for Hono-
3) Straight jumps to the new Prior duties have been at the -
lulu where he will assume dutiesof I
rates for officers rather than commanding officers, NAS Naval War College, as operations -; -
phase-in. officer on Staff of ComAirPac,
Barbers Point.
4)) INCREASE for O-9s and O- Macintosh and as operations officer for Fleet _
Capt. c'o m e s to
10s to the higher figures pro FAW-11 from Naval Station, Air Wing 14. Captain Macintoshwears
'
mil- the Legion of Merit and
posed by Cordiner. Some $2 Argentia, Newfoundland wherehe
lion extra in cost is involved. Bronze Star, both with Combat
was skipper. He has had con-

(Please turn to Page 6. col. 5)) siderable experience in the field (Please turn to Page 6. col. 3))


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Jfl &i..4JILiW8 Citadel Choir To Fasron VAH-1 CVG-17 Report

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DIAL J.clcaoavill. Sing At' ChapelThe Scouting Squadrons

Sept Elliott: W. Parish Jr. _w_._....... _.... Commanding Officer.
Comdr. Robert H. Smith ..... ......................... .. Executive Officer popular Citadel Choir
ri..t Air lackeoII.w. I I
Rear Adm. Wendell G. SwlUer ... ......... ....... .... ... .. .. .... ...... Commander from Charleston, S. C., will Patron Six
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. .. .. ...................... .. .. .. ... .... .. .. Chief of StaffCommander The of Fasron Six are post for the last two-and-a-half
the
leet Ate'Wi :ii"iJ>: :ni.i" sing at 0930 and 1100 men
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ........ services looking back to the gay times years.
All Saints
Capt. Thomas S. White ..............?.....................''.................' .._......... Chief Staff Officer at Chapel dance. Both saw action in WWII '
IfavallAlrT.chetral Ting'cNtrml Sunday had at their banquet and in
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr ....... .. ..... .. Officer the Pacific and both reporteo
Comdr, Wilfred E. riechman: :..:..::::::::::::::: ::::: :::::::..::..:. ...:.. :. Commanding. Executive Officer The 70-man choir, which The event took place Friday Jax from duty at BuPers to
HocpiiaiKARTU and the sensational In
Capt. Alton C. Aberaethy .... .................................................. ..... .. Commanding Officer will also offer a concert at the evening, Washington.
Capt. Marcy Shupp . .... ................. ............... .... .. .. Executive Officer tournout proved to many that a
Riverside Presbyterian Churchin
Comdr. Crommelin now
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ........ ...... .. ........ ..... Commanding Officer dance was the very thing that reportsto
Comdr. William E. Hardy .... ........... ......... ........... ...... ". Executive Officer Jax Sunday evening, will Fasron Six wanted. the staff of Commander Naval
present a special program, Air Training at Pensacola.
Printed of various colors
commercially wth non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville Florida Corsages
it no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-W which will include "Gloria In and dim lightsset
awaited all dates
Rev Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel Excelsis," by Mozart "Dear
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training ; the stage for a commemorable
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit,and the U. S. Land of Home," Sebelius; and Eight Ratings
Naval Hospital. evening. After the dinner the
Service Information Officer .. .... ..... .... Lcdr. J. P. Klrklighter, Jr. I "Seek Ye The Lord," by Rob- chief L. P.
Ass't. SlO Andrew H Planey erts. master of ceremonies,
Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporter lack Holmes PHI: John Isbell Richburg i called forth Mrs. In Emergency
JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Mary Ann KIrchner, SA; Staff Photographer Jim
Moore. PH3. The choir will be billetedat Dorothy Johnson, wife of chiefM.
The Jax Air News I Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
Material apparlng in this publication can be reprinted providing credit i H NAS Jax during its appearance M. Johnson, to draw the door AxedThe
rrapM.given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy photo- here. prize. Category'

Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building.Phone The lucky winner of a new
extensions 8104. 8348, 272 or 218.
table model radio was John Navy has announced the

'll Holton, AM3. The evening endedto abolishment of eight emergency
LLIQL I music of the Jax Navy Band. service ratings, according to
Navy Times.

VAH-I Personnel holding those rat

James Henson, AMI, of VAH-1 ings will drop the emergency tag

shipped over on March 11. Hen- and maintain their basic rating

son was sworn in by Comdr. identification. They will be assigned -

Edward Heflin, the squadron's Navy Enlisted Classification

Administration Officer. Codes representing their

Lcdr. Robert Morris reported specialities, thereby being assured
Wake Up and Read It's fun,
back on March 12, after com- of proper assignments.
it's profitable (for pleasure or
pleting TAD orders at NAS San- Those ratings to be changedare
business!) and it costs only the
effort of a visit to your library ford.A. boatswain's mate, shipboard
welcome aboard is extendedto (BMG) boatswain's mate stevedore
Come in, browse and select your ;
books. Ensign Robert Forster; C. P. (BMS); and boatswain'smate

You might try one one of these Warren, AO1; C. W. Dempsay, rigger (BMR) to boat
AD2 J. V Roberts ADJAA and
relatively new swain's mate (BM).
ones:
J. E. Bell, ADJAA. Commissaryman, sh'ip's' cook
Pleasures Of Reading. Collection ; George Carlson, an officer in
: (CSG); commissaryman, butcher
of varied
items makes ,good I the maintenance department of (CSB), and commissaryman, baker
for
reading Peter Freuchen's one or for a group. VAH-1, was promoted to Lt (jg) (CSR) to commissaryman (CS).
Book Of The
last week. Steward cook SDG and
Seven Seas ( )
For
the armchair I Ensign George McWilliams will steward, stateroom steward
traveler, as well as the sailor, is i
this one about the inhabitants x be attending Public Information (SDS) to steward (SD).
School at Great Lakes, Ill. on
The ratings must be changedby
ships, battles
voyages
treasures,
legends and true adventures of TAD orders starting March 31. July 1, 1958, said Navy
the seas. The school is of four weeks Times.
%oitl duration.
Gentleman From America yJs .
Swashbuckling historical novel K > --- CVG-17 Delbert Slack Named Top

with a dashing hero who does a (right RATES) member FUR-LINED of the Mar-Nav-Easy GAVEL Lawrence 7 Toastmasters McLeod.accepts AEC. Seventeen years ago, two Honorman At AO School

bit of traveling and romancing the fur-lined gavel from M/Sgt. Bob Larson, area governor. young Navy midshipmen were Delbert Slack, AA, was honor
McLeod. assigned to AE-A School at NATTCenter was award commissioned upon graduationfrom student of the graduation last
Rocket: Power and Space Flight. ed the fur-lined gavel after winning the Toastmasters Area the Naval week
Academy Last at Aviation Ordnanceman
Speakoff held last Thursday at the CPO Club in which top
, Non-technical discussion of rock speakers from eight area Toastmaster Clubs competed. week, one of these officers relieved School Class A at NATTCenter.
etry and its future. the other in a changeof A native of Bakersfield, Calif.
'The D. A:s Man. An invest! command ceremcney as Com next duty station will be Mof-

gator relates some dramatic i Chief McLeod Cops Fur-lined mander of Carrier Air Group 17 fett Field, Calif.
stories of 'crime busting." Comdr. Gerald Miller took

Green with Helmet. Thrillpackednovel Gavel In Toastmaster ContestThe over the helm of CVG-17 fromformer Trouble with some of today's

a professional auto- classmate, Comdr. Quen- smart children is that they don't

racing background.That Crazy American. fur-line gavel has been returned to the Navy. The tin Crommelin, who has held the smart in! the right places.

Humorous and intelligent Music critical gavel, highest award given to the top speaker in Toastmaster .. ....

history of musical U.S.A. circle in the Jacksonille area, now rests with Mar-Nav-Easy
7 Toastmasters of NAS Jacksonville. .
Understanding Your Family ,
Psychological Lawrence McLeod, chief avia-
"normal" family presentation o f tion electrician, a 'member of Joe Kempf, representing Down-
relationshipsand
town Toastmasters finished
Mar-Nav-Easy 7 club sec-
common problems and fears. was i,
awarded the fur-lined ond behind McLeod in lastThursday's
Best Short Stories Of W W II. gavel by
Fine selection for the besting seven other Toastmasters event, with Paul Lat-
who
like this material. many in the Area Speakoff held imer, of Bell Telephone Toast-

The Valiant Ones. One of several last Thursday at the CPO Club. I masters third.

f1ew'westerns.. McLEOD'S victory makes it I Other contestants included Don ,.
End Of The Line. And another the eighth time in 13 contests Moran, Navy Civilian Toastmasters : :

who-dun-it. that a Navy-affiliated club has ; Emery Dennis, NAS Cecil +i ,

Weep No' More. Dramatic Civil copped the gavel, and the fourth Field Toastmasters; Capt. Henry L_ :

War suspense story of a Richmond out of' the last five. It marks the Young, Jax Navy Toastmasters;

woman spying for the second time a Mar-Nav-Easy 7 Robert Jones, State Farm Toast-

North. member has walked off with the masters, and Roy Ball, Talla-

You're Stepping On My Cloak honors. Marihe Sgt., Don Muller hassee Toastmasters.

And Dagger. Humorous presentation was top man in March 1957.A .

of OSS training and work. native of Woodbridge, N. J.,

Killing Ground. Squadron of McLeod is attached to Electri WebbVonBlonCop ::. '
'
fightinjg tanks in the two month cian's Mate School at NATTCenter AE School HonorsDavid w''w 1'5 :; :

ordeal between "D-Day and Fal- as assistant phase supervisor. E'y
aise. A Toastmaster for eight Webb, AEIAN, of Bris-

Complete Manual of Free Div months, M c Leo d spoke on tolville, Ohio, and William Von

ing. Emphasizes technical and "Should Teachers Spank," deli- Blon, AEMAN, of Daytona, Ohio, fL

psychological aspects of diving. vering a very convincing argu- were honor students in last Fri-

Automation. What it is, how it ment in favor of such' action. day's graduation at Aviation

works, and who can use it. HE, WILL represent this area : Electrician's Mate School, ClassA ':$ i: :.(
Rockets: Through Space. The in the District Speakoff set for at NATTCenter.Webb + 1' ;L.\

story of man's preparation to explore May 10 at Fort Lauderdale. Win- who Joined the' Navy in ''' .. ". /<'",,

the universe. ner of the District meet 'goes to May 1957 is being transferred to ing""HORNETS"Attack Squadron COFFEE MESS The coffee mess of 9'
Elements Of Chess. A edi- the Zone eliminations 44 '* no mell. Pilots start the day with
new thence to VF-43 while Von Blon, in the coffee brewed to perfection
tion for the many chess.fans who. the Regionals and International service. since July. 1957 goes to complete with theIr name ,a and let served of in IPecially.madeodcuPI
study the lion of the Navy
game. Competition. : squadron
VW-3. 'responsible,for all this emblem.samples Here the latest LIjg( )brew.Jack Keating. ro'I'

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(Personnel are invited to visit

I + the USO Servicemen' Club at

) 331 W. Forsyth St. The club i*

} open from 0900 to 2300 daily.

.,.?p Thursday, March 20 Fun,
'
Y yo
games, prizes. Dancing class, 2100.

Friday, March 21 NAS Jax

Orchestra Dance, informal.

Saturday, March 22 Fellow-

ship and fun.

Sunday, March 23 1000,Free

L morning coffee 1045 Attend

:: 4 %5\ church service of your choice

1730 Vesper time, refresh-

R- ments by Christian Business
:
aaqti> .
I I r>r'fit' "",_ 'I!'s>___ '___._ Men's Committee; 1930 Free

'Af"" > LIBRARIES CELEBRATE NATIONAL WEEK NATT- movie, "Flesh and Fury."

, J. INSIDE LIBRARY SCENE P. H. Wooten. SMC. Center library personnel are viewing their Hall handiwork Mrs.after Rosa re Monday, March 24 .- Square
board at the library.
bulletin King
(left) checks out a book from Gall Sherman. SA. at the Main- decorating a librarian hold dance.
side library while other their duties. Mr Mayer (left) assistant and Miss Iona Nelson.
personnel
I perform book in their hand, with an to pefection March 25 March
additional eye
I covers Tuesday, -
G. D. Hofitee (at phone) notifies someone the book they re* '
served is waiting for them, while Allaire Iverson. SA. com for their display during National Library Week now underway. birthday party, 2100.

pletes cards. check-out process by typing book titles on borrowers' Three Libraries Available Wednesday, March 26 Disc

jockey program, Jo Ann George


Special Displays Here in charge.

;c;; :.a73 b 3y9. t Teacher had asked the pupils

who the nine greatest Americanswere.

All ,the papers were in except
Mark Library WeekMarch Johnny's.

"Can't you finish, Johnny"?

w s 16 through 22 is being celebrated nation-wide as "I can't decide," Johnny replied -

National Library Week and here aboard NAS Jax the three "about the first baseman."

libraries serving NAS-based commands have prepared special

displays in honor of the occasion.In .
Mechanic
addition to a vast numberof Master
NATTCenter and Mainside. At
books, both' fictional and non-
the Hospital, the Red Cross pro-
fiction, the libraries provide Retires After 29
vides a "listening room" just
other services and have addi-
huAT
outside the library itself.In .
tional features. addition to the professional Years ServiceAn
FOR INSTANCE. at Mainside,
reading groupings of books, dis-
NATTCenter and Hospital libra- "
plays are maintained for special NAS Jax "plank owner,

1 ries personnel will find current seasons, such as Lent, and for Lawrence Boyer, retired recently -
magazines of all sorts for both
various groups such as Toast- after 29 years government
reading pleasure and for re-
masters, making a good selection service.
of
search. Back-issues many
by the immediately available for members Boyer, 71-years young, held
magazines are kept e
of such groups. the post of Master Mechanic at
libraries as well, for those doing
ALSO MAINTAINED is a sec- Public Works Department since
research work.
tion of children's books, whichat coming here when the Station
Also to be found in the mag-
the NATTCenter library were opened in 1941.
.
.BLJ pi-
azine sections are a goodly num-
HOSPITAL LIBRARY John Bi .man. ADI. Is ber of out-of-town newspapers, donated by the Officers Wives He was in charge of the electric

I shown selecting a book for reading,during off hours at the Naval from distant Club. power, pneumatic power, steam,
allowing personnel
Hospital Library. The bulletin board proclaims March 16-22 The Hospital library providesa water and sewage disposal plants
National Library Week, currently being quietly celebratedat parts of the country to read their
as unique service in its two carts, and also was responsible for refrigeration -
the three libraries aboard the Station. home-town paper.
which are loaded with books and at the cold storage
The libraries maintain large
wheeled through the wards, plant.
To sections 'or at least a large num-
Presbyterians bringing books to bed-ridden Active in the Station's Labor
ber of books, marked "R. Pro-
patients who can't visit the lib- Board since coming here, Boyer
fessional reading usually reserved -
Meet Sunday At for officers, and including rary itself. had served on all the various

The three libraries, Mainside, boards, including Incentive
required reading for promotions.
All Saints' in Building 3 NATTCenter, in Awards and Station Safety Com-
ChapelNAS record
ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL AVAILABLE TOO are
King Hall, Building 563, and at mittees.
selection of
players and a'good
Sunday. March 23 Jax will be host to about and records the Naval Hospital, are availableto Succeeding Boyer is Claude
0930- Sunday School, Three classical popular Badrin foreman mechanic transferred
you.
500i Presbyterian men Sunday ,
which be checked out for
may
year-olds through adults, Bldg when the Eastern District, Su- listening in the libraries at Use them, during this, Na- from Long Beach Naval

722. wannee Presbytery, holds a 'rally tional Library Week. Shipyard in California.

0930-Service of Worship, at 1500 at All Saints' Chapel.
Osman.1100Service SocietyOfSponsorsGives
Chaplain Instrumentsrally :1 in bringing the
of Worship, ..
to NAS Jax was Chaplain ,Financial AidThe a
and Davis.
Reagan
Chaplains Robert Osma i, N A S chaplain,
of of the
1830-Teen-age Fellowship, Society Sponsors
who will act i 8 is host for the Pres-
United States Navy awards annually -
Bldg.
byterian layrr..en. R ?p4i
722.Monday
March 24 to sons of deceased or
e W. i Simons Jr. is slated "
retired and Marine
Bldg. 722. Navy per-
1900-Singspiration, give
to the n lain address of the scholar-
March 26 sonnel, one or more
Wednesday.Service Chapel. afternoon pro,gram, speaking on ships for one academic year to ; y Hfi
1900-Lenten '' q>
Thursday. March 27 the subject 1'ogether In Christ. preparatory schools for the Naval s w

Others on tI le program will be Academy.To y' .
1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal;
Harold Nelsoi I i, president of the receive such an award, an
.
Bldg. 722.1915All Saints' Choir Rehearsal District; Man,hall Taylor, East- applicant must be acceptable to

ern Distric.it secretary; V. S. the Scholarship Committee of the
All Saints' Chapel.ST. :
,
CHAPEL Hammond, set:retary-treasurer of Society of Sponsors as to character -
EDWARDS
the Suwannee, Presbytery .,Men's aptitude scholastic standingand
Schedule of :Masses .
March 23 Council; Chap,lain Dave Hum- physical fitness.

Sunday. phries, and th e All Saints' Choir Financial stiuation of the ap-
0830-1000 Sunday. f.
0630-Daily. I led by WillianIntroducing 1 Beaufort. plicant's parent (or parents),

0800Saturday.ST. the speaker will be or of the applicant in case his

LUKES CHAPEL Dave Parker, Suwannee Presby- parents are deceased. must be

NAVAL HOSPITAL tery president The rally will end such as to warrant the financialaid.

0630-Catholic Mass. at 1700.A .

0930-Service of Worship, Chap- Applications for scholarships

lain Bryant. special si x-months training should be made to the Chairmanof RETIRES AFTER 40 YEARS Lawrence Boyer-(center)

Saints (Mormon- program for draft-eligible men the Scholarship and Welfare NAS Jax Master Mechanic at Public Works Power Plant is
Latter Day Committee Mrs. John M. Frier shown checking out details, of generators with his luccossor
751. from 18 to 2 I years of age has '
Monday 1930-Bldg. Claude Madrin (left) foreman mechanic as Cap, Ira N. Curtis.
Tuesday been announc ed by the Coast 612 Eppard Circle, Falls Church, .
Christian Science NAS Jax Public Works Officer looks on. Boyer ia retiring
1900-Bldg. 751. Guard Reserve, Va. after 40 years government service.


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I
, Naval Operations, was recently -

elected president of the


I I *r1b\ Navy Mutual Association Aid Association.The aids familiesof .


deceased members and secures -

for them all government

benefits to which they may be

legally entitled.

Membership is limited to officers -

only.

More information on benefitsis

available to interested officers -

by contacting their local

nonresident directors or to add-

ress their,inquiries to Navy Mu-

tual Aid Association, Navy

Washington 25. D. C.
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MARINE BARRACKS SCENES-Staff NCOs and officer meet weekly for conference on important a.N
matters. Seated, (left photo) at a meeting in office of Ma). LJ. Sartor. (ex!. rt) Barracks
commanding officer, are, left to right. T/Sgt. H. H. Merrill: Capt. E.H. Stansels T/Sgt. J. W. Lam ''',
bert. M/Sgt. W. W. Carter T/Sgt. Fred Wilion.M/Sgt. H. Johnson. Sergeant Major Capt. D. J.
Cooley and Capt. R. J. Keller executive officer. In upper right photo, duty section in Sgt.-of-
..Guard office includes Corpl. Jerome Karp, answering phone: Sgt. Charles Fisher, giving a
'now hear this" to Barracks personnel over the intercom, and Corpl. Morgan Barnwell, logging
entry in diary. Important part of a Marine's duties include keeping on his toes in training. Bar-
racks personnel using the .45 mud qualify periodically. Pistol practice is held at the NAS rangein
( right photo) and rifle practice at Camp Blanding.'Security9 .?v $



Is Main Watchword Of '

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fi

Station's Marine Barracks ForceOn : .



entering and leaving _
NAS Jax, both military and chine, arm pulleys and two sta- to get the job done in the quickest -

civilian personnel alike will tionary bicycles. possible time.

encounter Marine sentries EVERY MARINE is requiredto The administrative force is

guarding the gates, control- undergo a physical readinesstest headed by M/Sgt. Hugh John-

ling traffic and keeping a every quarter. So, the gym son, Sergeant Major; T/Sgt. 5
weather-eye for general wel- helps men work out to keep in Henry Merrill takes bows for his

fare of the Station. top condition. fine training program, and

These men maintain their M/Sgt. Winton Carter directs
NAS Sanford enters the pic-
posts with bulldog-like tenacity supply activities. .... .
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ture as the Marine Security
with a determined reason-se- ..'
Guard under the command of }G>x : ::3h '
:> '}
xr'4'Ykx: : v'o
curity.
First Lt. Francis Riney and pro- ,. > $ :.,l1t:24'3y'i f..3s.ryw: 3r 9 Y
ft/'rr'a, .drc'YnrrYk: ;: 1
THROUGH THE years, "securrity" vides physical security troops for Navy WivesCorner

has become synonymouswith that Station. "
the Marine Corps. In this "' > '
respect, the officers and men The not too happy, but very $ Vi -

t composing complement of the necessary task of operating the .( "", Y" rV. -" % *"'
. NAS Jax brig also falls into the V
NAS Marine Barracks are no
Jax Wives Club No. 86
Marine Barracks. Navy
t hands of the
different. of the '?a met at the clubhouse in Dewey
Under the leadership brig 4
\ A visit to Building 916 will Park last Wednesday evening
officer, Lcdr. Joseph H. McGlo-
help explain their functions. thlin, Capt. Edward Stansel's ;.> with Mrs. Barney Meyer, club

Pick a Thursday afternoon and brig guard force operates around president, presiding:

the commanding officer, Maj. the clock in support of the fleetas The monthly party will be

Louis J. Sartor, will be meeting well as for NAS Jax and held Saturday at the clubhouse.It .
with officers and senior staff other Naval activities in the
was voted to hold a bake
NCOs. These weekly meetingscover area. t? sale aboard the Station next

every subject from minutesof THE SHARP commands of the Tuesday (March 25.) Mrs. Ray-
the latest Board to
Planning : ..2 '.{: mond Suart is chairman of a
Marines raising and lowering t.
.
the next planned fishing trip. Y:
colors rend the air as they per- f'K committee heading up the sale,
THE CO presents his views n x
with Mrs. Larry Striber
form an age old ceremony, long co-
and invites comments. Everyonehas chairman.
dedicated to Marines.
an opportunity to bring a
CHECKING PERIMETER GATE-Sgt. H. Lawrence serving New members received at the
topic to discussion and to air Crisp commands breaking the of the Guard is
as Sergeant checking one of the many perimeter last meeting were: Mesdames
their views. stillness of the air, sabers flash- gates bordering NAS Jax. Checking the gates is only one William Stimmel Ernest Lane
Ever wondered if the ing in the afternoon sunlight, a of the many facets of Security which is the responsibility of ,
weaponsthe F. Russell, L. Cashon F. Harris
band breaking into a martial the NAS Jax Marine Barracks. ,
Marine sentries carry are and S. Morehead.
strain can mean only one thing,
loaded? They are. And every
monthly staging of the Guard Additional committee appoint-
man has been thoroughly indoc-
trinated in its use. Mount. BuPers To Give 'Dope' FasterChief : ments made were: Activities,
Helper, Mrs. William Fussell; Not
Capt. Robert Keller, executive These numerous activities, as New Shop Co-chairman, N.
well which cannot be of Naval Personnel, Vice
as
officer, is currently forming and many
Wernet, Helper-Mrs. Elliot Pear-
ficial when
signed in the bureau.
grooming a crack pistol and mentioned here, are planned and Admiral H. P. Smith, has ordered son; Finance, Helpers-Mrs. Clif-
rifle team to compete in the coordinated by Marines behind that the Fleet be told of new These will be unofficial in that ford Barnes, Mrs. Ralph Pickett

Eastern Division Matches.N the scenes, rarely seen, but their developments in the personnelfield they will not be authority, to Clean Up Chairman, Mrs. Wil-;
is voiced by the< ability as soon as policies and
presence pro-
ADDITION to security, the make the required changes but liam Kitchell.
I grams are firmly established in
Marine Barracks maintains aI will let the men know just whatto The
the bureau, said Navy Times monthly ward party at
hospital liaison section, lends
this week. expect in the near future. the Naval Hospital was held
administrative assistance to the Advance Movie
March 11, with the Club chap-
The time lag between signing
aboard
Marine Detachments
car-
Tickets On Sale notices and instructions and noti- lain, Mrs. Jack Clark, carryingout
riers at NAAS Mayport and the VAH-1 Pair Retires a theme of "The United
Clothing Supply Section, under Advance movie tickets are fying the forces in the field will Nations."

direction of Capt.. Donald Cooley, on sale at Building 930 (Spe- be cut down. In the past, 'the Retirement ceremonies were
administers to the needs of an cial Services) in the Treasur- time-lag has sometimes been as held by VAH-1 recently for

average of 780 Marines a month. er's Office. much as several weeks while the Comdr. Lynn Cornie, who left "Now, madam, what can I do

Senior- staff NCOs make up Admission to base movies is new orders were being printedand the service after more than 20 for you"? asked the butcher.
distributed.The years duty, and Delmar "Doc" Til: have
various boards to suggest recommendations 15 cents. a pound of fresh
'and select and Tickets can also be pur- new system calls for news Haynes, HMC, who transferredto kidleys," said the lady.
the Fleet Reserve after 19
recommend candidates for chased in advance at Tainside releases on new situations as Naval service. % "Beg your pardon," said the
"Marine-of-the-month." and NATTCenter movies. By soon as the plans become of- years butcher. "A pound of kidneys,

Barracks facilities include a purchasing ahead, patrons can Inspections were held by these madam"?

small gymnasium on the lower avoid standing in line before Heard the guy who was smok- men on their respective days of "Certainly," replied the irate

'deck, containing two light punch- shows. ing in a theatre and the usher retirement, and gifts were pre- woman. "I said kidleys, diddleI"

ing bags, weights, rowing ma- put him out? .sented each. ?





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. "" ''';;? : t:' ;'; :, Four Men In Regionals
Irackerjax '
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'f's 'hitewashed : Jax Navy Ringmen Cop


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e AllNavyThe Sixth District LaurelsJax


[ Jax Navy Crackerjax were "', Navy mittsmiths, piling up points in the heavier

Lminated quickly in the Wo- weight brackets, captured the Sixth Naval District Boxing

en's All-Navy Basketball Tcur- I Tournament at Key West last week with four Jax men advancing -

,It >y which ended Monday at San Y.' ,.""'.< ..A : -: to Regional- competition.-
e ego, losing two straight. ,> :.. The quartet, all individual punching battle for the 178-

|Host San Diego NTC captured winners in their divisions, are pound title.FINAL .
in Norfolk for the South Atlantic
e crown, emblematic of the top t:.. BOUT of the night saw
women's N a v y basketball Regionals this week. Richard Hansen, Jax Navy

lS des, for the second straight BILLY MARTIN of Jax Navy heavyweight, win a unanimous

Bar. led the way to the championshipby decision over Key West Navy's

III gaining a decision in the Dick Conrady.In .
AX NAVY lost a heart-break.
I- 139-pound finals, outclassing Bill other final matches, TommyFrit
II ; 53-52 first game tiff at the
Kicklighter of Memphis Navy. of Key West, a crowd-
nds of the Pearl Harbor Waves.
If pleasing 112-pounder, gained a
Wax posted an early 19-6 leadt Classy Lawrence Howard, a
close nod Jax Jesus
by half-time, the WesPac ... Jax boy with TNT-packed lea- over Navy's
'If l' A"I'II' fiy'w" 'W' I1 'i litnli f Valentine.
nners had narrowed the gap to ther, decisioned Eddie Agin of
fRt -25. ALL-STATION CAGE TROPHY Capt. Sidney J. Law- Key West in a fine scrap for Also, Martin Wiggins, Mem-
rence, (left) Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, presents the All. phis Navy, won the judges' ver-
earl Harbor kept the pressure Station intramural basketball championship trophy to Ensign the middleweight crown. dict with a decision over William
s E. L. Stewart, team captain of VW-4, during a recent ceremony Henry Pearson, Jax Navy
during the second half, pull- The Hurricane Hunters downed Support Splinters of NATT- Aybar of Jax Navy in the 118-
; ahead of the Crackerjax soon Center, 5640. for the All-Station title, succeeding CVG-17 in light-heavy, decisioned Memphis pound class.
|er the buzzer and maintained the throne room. Navy's Don Varner in a hard- Host Key West was runner-

I lead through much of the I up to the .Flier mittmen with

iza. Big Leaguers To Memphis Navy claiming third
; ,
,igh scorer was Chris Cotton, spot and Green Cove Springs

Navy ace, who hooped 10 Appear In Jax :""f 'JAX.1WTwo : : : fourth.

|d goals and bucketed 12 free :..:. .. .t: : .,: I' 5"'O'RI8r
DWS for 32 of her ., I II'
team's 52
t.
Park April 3 5 District MeetHas'Unusual7
its. } r If : Keg
; ;* : >
AROLYN JOHNSON and The new Jacksonville Baseball < "M.' ... ,+' ,(Iii' ':7." TintThe

inia Hudson each tallied 10 Park will be scene of two major

ats to help the Crackeifjax at- league exhibition games this Courses To Host Sixth Bowling Naval Tournament District Telegraphic be--

spring with tickets for the frays
n Diego, paced by ex-Jax gan last Wednesday with Jax
.it Gerri Gorsky, belted now on sale. Mixed Two-Ball GolfThe Navy fielding two four man

ington, D. C., 40-30, in other The local ball orchard will resemble teams.
'Around action. any major league park NAS Jax-Cecil Mixed Two-Ball Championship Golf Tour- Local 1 teams will compete

1 [The when the Los Angeles Dodgersand ney is slated to get underway with first round play March 30 at against each other and teams of
Crackerjax met their Waterloo Milwaukee's world champ- the NAS Jax and Cecil links. other commands with results

at the hands of an anger- ions come face-to-face, April 3. This is the first tournament being telegraphed to 6ND headquarters -
fe ;.Washington crowd, 53-36, of this type in the history of I courses with all first round play i I'I

'i knocking the Caskey girls out of The brief but exciting Jack- golf at the, two Station's. The. being held March 30. Finals will The four bowlers with the

urt her playWashington, sonville big league season comesto event is open to all club mem- be at NAS Jax, April 20.. I highest individual total pinfall

\ then d ef eat e dpearl a close when the New York bers and eligible dependents. for 21 games of tourney play will
Yankees American League title- Second rounds can be playedany '
,
1 Harbor, 55-45, but lost to FLIGHTS WILL consist of 16 represent the District in the
holders, battle the PhiladelphiaPhils day between March 31 and
den Diego in the final tilt, 4730. teams with half of combined South Atlantic Regional event.
April 5. handicap used to determine April 6. Dates for third round The Commandants' Traveling

fmt"iccr. Tickets are on sale at the participants' location. Each flight competition are anytime between Bowling Trophy will be awarded

6 Murphy Jacksonville Baseball Club office, will also have a consolation April 7-13. command with the team having
v 1201 'E. Duval St., EL 3-4307 and bracket. AN ENTRY fee of five dollars highest total pinfall
*
!J also at the following locations: Flights will play alternate per team should be submittedto

b Hifew, StationS Tourists and Convention Bur- Jax Navy pro Jack Harveyor NATTCenter Acey Ducey
Cecil Field's Nelson Lee.
eau at Hemming Park in down- NAWS Kegmen Title Goes To LeBlancPaul
c Officer In other golfing action, the
town Jacksonville; Howard's Bar Wide/ LeadThe Jax Navy varsity linksmen LeBlanc, GFC, is the
Keep
Hxtfr. and Lounge on West Adams St.;
W. H. at NATT
Murphy recently received a 27-0 drubbing at the Acey Ducey Champ
e eyed Comdr. L. D. Campbell Hollywood Music Store, 605 W. Naval Air Weapons Sys- hands of Florida State last weekat Center. The NAWS instructortook
Ashley St., and at Van's Green tems School bowling team is
MpfAS Jax Special Services OfHfr the Capital City. first place honors in the
> Derby Restaurant, Riverside and still k e e pin g its lead in the recent intramural competition.
Dick Parker in his first intercollegiate
-
a Rosselle St.
NATTCenter intramural bowling
M/Sgt. Fred Pearce of Aviation
. Mpiother "changeofcommand"k competition, w a slow
, Box seats and reserved gene- league after last weeks play.In Fundamentals School is theCenter's
> place at Special Services scorer for FSU while Frank
second place are the Store-
ice last week when R. F. Richfds ral admission ducats sell for two Richards paced Jax Navy witha runner-up.
keepers of AK School I, nine
ADC, relieved Stanley dollars while general admission games behind the Missilemen.AO 76.

cg mmers, AMC, as athletic direc- tickets are $1.25. There are no School is in third place, THE FLIER linksmen host
CITY/ SOFTBALL
, cut prices for servicemen. close behind AK School. Georgia Tech on the home course

:s Lcdr. Murphy, a veteran of 27- today and travel to Robins AFB LOOPS FORM
for match March 26.
d-one-half years Naval serve a
comes to NAS Jax from rk Dusty Rhodes, Ted Scantlebury Applications are now being
taken for team entries in the
Helicopter Squadron Seven at arid Capt. S. White shared first
"t AS Norfolk, where he was an place in the 18-hole medal tour- various softball leagues sponsored
and conducted by the
viation ground officer.A ney Saturday at the NAS Jax
links, posting 73, one-over par. City Recreation Department.
former native of Jacksonville
Season is .expected to get
'W4- Tied for honors
Lcdr. Murphy runner-up
was com- underway April 14 and will
, Biissioned in July, 1943. S were Jim Kirklighter and John run to August 1.

Chief Richards is TAD from lloydle, with 74s. Positions are still open for

frasron 109 and Chief Sommers, A Low-Ball Best Ball Tour- teams in all leagues with

t gvho is being transferred, was t ; ney, is on the docket for this ability of the team deciding

1 ormerly attached to VP-5. Saturday at the local greensward. which loop it enters.

Cost of entering league playis

I Chi C 0 Segura, bantamweight 50 dollars plus a 10 dollar

1 pride i of the Yokosuka, Japan, Racquet Wielders forfeit fee.
liable, will turn pro when dis- rf %Y The Jax Navy varsity soft-

charged from the Navy next Au Gain Even SplitThe ball team has already entered
with City League action.
) gust. He has already signed
I Oakland, Calif., trainer Harry Jax Navy varsity tennis For further information,

I I Fine .' Ed Mathews, now at > team split even in a pair of en- contact Chuck Rogers at the

Walker AFB, N. M., has been tap counters last week, thumping Jax City Recreation Department,

ped to coach the AFA track team. University, 8-1, then dropping a phone EL 4-8331.
".11
The lightest man to hold the SPECIAL SERVICES CHANGE 7- Stanley Sommers, AMC, 6-3 decision to the U. of Florida.
, world middleweight championship center) is going over Special Services organization board withF. Dick Gaskill and Calvin Karrh
I ? It's the current king, Car R. Richards, ADC (left) who relieved him last week as Ath were lone point-makers for Jax against Stetson U. at either
letic Director at NAS Jax. Lcdr. W. H. Murphy, who recently
men Basilio; Ih.e'S also the,small- Navy in the second match. Boone Park or the Fifth and.
msumed tnt. post of\ NAS Special Services Officer, relieving
est. II Comdr. L. D: Campbell; looks on. Next contest is March 29 Perry Sts. courts.





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I II Pro-pay For All Rates Asked II ImI1Ji1 1


For Rent

All 64 Navy ratings will geta troduction of pro-pay advance- $103, 125, 150, 175 and 200.: 4-Rm Furn. Apt. EV-9-0514/EV

crack at proficiency pay ad- ments will mean earlier pro- Any basic grade, including the 8-9806. Lamb.
(Hainside and NATTCenUr vancements, said Navy Times motion to CPO rank for sev- new grades of E-8 and E-9, Small Furn. Apt. 4633 Wheeler
movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Sat- this week. eral thousands POls. could be awarded any of the Ave. $50. Mo. EV94275. Groves.

urday, Sunday and holiday, There'll be about 10,000 pro- The Defense Department has above amounts. 4-Rm Unfurn Cottage. $40 Mo.

1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital, movie pay promotions under a plan indicated it's "initially satis- The Navy and Marine Corps EV-8-5503. Belaisaro.

daily. 1900.) submitted by the Navy to the fied" with the Sea Services' have indicated coolness toward Furn. Apt. Adults, or will take

Thursday, March 20 Defense Department last week. proficiency plans. Budget Bureau this latest proposal. small infant. No pets. 5 min to

Mainside-I was A Teenage The Marine Corps' profic- 1 must okay the plans aft- Their official position on the NAS. 204 River Rd. O. P.

Werewolf (science fiction) and iency pay plan, submitted along er Defense has.Meanwhile matter is //being readied by 3Bdrm. Home. 6539 LedburyDr.

Invasion of the Sa u c e r men with the Navy's calls for about Defense and the personnel experts. (Cedar Hills Estates). $125

(science fiction). One showing, 2,730 pro-pay advancements.The services were studying new The Navy says it has established Mo. EV-7-7271 Larson.

1900 only. Marine plan, similar to pr -pay proposal made by the a complicated sys- 3-Bdrm Home. 2840 Doric Ave.

NATTCenter-Cross Up (Melo- the Navy's concentrates Kilday Subcommittee. tem "which left no stone unturned -- (Ortega). EV-7-2431 after 3 p.m.

drama) with Larry Parks and heavily in the so-called Kilday's plan, based on the in arriving at a "just Noddenberry.

Constance Smith. "ground combat" area. current pro-pay system, calls determination as to who should 3Bdrm.Home.. 4106 Rendale

Hospital-Count Five and Die The Navy disclosed that in- for pay at the following rates: get pro-pay." Dr. (Cedar Hills). Avail. April 7.

(drama) with i Jeffrey Hunter EV98264. Sutherland.For .

and Anne Marie Du ingq. Sale

Friday, March 21 3-Bdrm Home. 5233 Seaspray
Mainside-Baby Face Nelson } 'Fr;aiv..FtiC Ave. (Venetia Ter.) G.I. Eqiiity.

(crime drama) with Mickey I : Y,c EV41036. Bracewell.
and t J "ir- 3-Bdrm. Home. Unfurn. 5249
Rooney
Carolyn Jones. Also, i
Go Fly A Kite.NATTCenter1. FROM IL:_ ; Helm Ave. GI Equity. $55 Mo.

Was A, Teen- SALTY HUMOR EV72833. White. (Will swap for

age Werewolf, and Invasion of HERE AND THEREThis house in Pensacola).
the Saucermen. One 3-Bdrm Home. 4912 Homecrest
showing, crazy hepcat went to
1900 only. Cir. (Ortega Hills). GI Equity.
church and was snowed by the
Hospital-Cross Up. sermon. Upon leaving, he grab- EV46494.
3-Bdrm House. GI Oak
bed the preacher's hand and Equity.
Saturday, March 22 Hill. EV84415. Evans.
shook it, saying,
Mainside
Hell Devil's
on
2Bdrm. Home Unfurn. (Lake
Island "Dad, I read you. That sermon
(melodrama) with Hel- Shore). Avail Mar. EV-7.3953.
mut Dantine and William Tall- was the most. It was real gone.
Ocasio. (or rent).
man: Kiddie Matinee at 1400. You were on my channel and
For Sale: House at 4333 Gari-
playing in key.
NATTCenter-Baby Face Nel- my ,
son. The preacher replied, "Most? baldi (Venetia:) GI Equity. EV-

Hospital-I Was A Teenage Dad? Read? Key?' I'm afraid I 42898or Appt. after 6 p.m.

Werewolf, and Invasion of the don't understand you." I Miscellaneous
Saucermen. "Yeah, you do, dad"l! said the Wanted: Room for three riders.
cat. "In fact, I liked it so muchI Vic. 5 Pts. EV87421. Varnadee.
Sunday, March 23 put twenty samoolas in your (Shop 6122-0 & R).
Mainside St. Louis Blues collection plate"! ;Rent: Bdrm. near 5 Pts. Lady

(Musical drama pre release) "Oh, crazy man, CRAZY"! said only. EV74996. Lee. 2247 Col-

with Eartha Kitt and Nat King the' preacher. \ W;.:>il$ < .ti.ff.w.': t.:< :;..M't. lege St.Wanted. "

Cole. C & SS IN NEW QUARTERS After many years in 'the : Swap from N AS
NATTCenter-Hell on Devil's The young man- wasn't Sleeping north wing of Building 930 NAS Jax Clothing and Small Memphis, Tenn., to N A S Jax.
Island. Stores Issue Rooms have moved into a new location. Stanley
well because he always toss- Would like duty in Jax. W. E.
Cairy. SK2 is shown stocking the shelves in the new location.
Hospital Baby Face Nelson. ed and turned dreaming about which is just across the street from the old site. Building 9S3 Robertson, MM3, NAS Security

Monday, March 24 baseball. north wing.Retired. Dept. Memphis, 15, Tenn.

Mainside-Enemy Below (WWII "That's unusual," said the doctor Wanted: Ride or share car

sub drama) with Robert (""Don't you ever dream about Persons Offered pool. 46th & Pearl St. Hrs. 0700-

Mitchum and Kurt Jergens. girls"? 1530. Ext 8510/EL-3-7766. Hoiyian. -
NATTCenter-St. Louis Blues. "What! And lose my place at .

Hospital Hell on Devil's bat"? Opportunity For TeachingRetired II Wanted: Ride from 5811 Pearl

Island. St. to Mainside.
Hrs. 0730-16CO.
service personnel can help relieve the accentuated ne-
Tuesday, March 25 cessity of overcoming the shortage of qualified teachers, particularlyin : Ext-552/EL-3-0361. Padgett.

Mainside-Bayou (melodrama) ., the fields of science and math, by preparing for an interestingand
with Peter Graves and Lita Mi- challenging career in teaching, while supplementing their retirement -

lan.TTCenter-Enemy Below. :. ',.. income, according to Army Navy Air Force Journal. Major Pay

tw The Department of Mathe- (Continued from Page 1))
Hospital-St. Louis
Blues. uate School requirements receivea
matics and Statistics at Purdue
5)) Higher rates for enlistedmen
Wednesday March 26 ....: University offers such a program. Master of Science degree.
; going to officer rank.
Mainside Live Fast, Die "'f/ .. :
.
Young (drama) with Audie ...:...:{:., ..,.t"."..>'" ': CURRENTLY THEY are re- The program begins with i an 6)) A very flexible proficiencypay
.1r \: ':" third to start
: /y.}% cruiting the group
"
Murphy. eight week review session which plan as prqposed by Kilday
.. in this special program. Membersof
NATTCenter-Bayou. .,. ", .. ., the first class, who completedthe starts July 21, 1958 for the next 7)) Inclusion of retired people,
at an added cost of $36 million.
Hospital-Enemy Below.
AI.t.". program in August 1957, are group.
If both '}he Navy hump bill
all teaching in colleges in the Additional ipformation may be
Fair of their and Defense's White i Charger
Rental : general geographic area obtained by writing Dr. M. Wiles
,' legislation are passed this ses-
choice.
(Continued from Page 1)) ... Keller, Director, Retired Armed sion, officers being forced out
rentals will be The range<< in salaries is from
comparable to
Service Training Program, De- will probably get no credit for
rates charged for private dwell- $4,200 to $5,300 for an academic
f Mathematics and the years they lose.
partment 0
of nine to ten months.
ings with similar living facilities year
in foreign countries, the rates; ;1', tj Objective of this program is to Statistics, Purdue University. La- Navy THIS made CAME another to light pitch as for the its

will compare to local rents or prepare: retired Armed Service fayette, Indiana.CAG4STAFF.
\ hump bill at hearings before the.
those of 'like stateside communities personnel who have ,8 bachelor's
Stennis Senate Armed Services
whichever is. lower. ';; degree and have studied calculusto
subcommittee this week.
The fair rental value, in no : teach the basic courses in col-
case, will exceed the occupant's legiate math.THOSE The hump bill as it now stands

quarters /allowance. COMPLETING the NOW AT CECIL would give half credit in figur-
ing retirement to men forced out
Under the law, housing units
and fulfilling the Grad-
program Carrier Air Four
declared Group ahead of the old legal assur-
inadequate will be altered -
staff moved its headquartersfrom ances. For instance, a commander -
or improved to meet
vailing living standards, con-pre- Capt: MacintoshContinued Hangar 114 at NAS Jax who normally is guaranteed
to Cecil Field this week. 20 years service, if forced out at
verted to other uses, or torn down ( from Page 1))
by July 1, 1960. (AFPS) The Air Group has only 20, would get retirment pay for
V and the Presidential Unit'Ci- one squadron, VF-22, which 23 years 'service.

One day a little girl was heard tation.A will remain at Jax, since the But 'white charger," Defense's

talking to a neighbor child with .. reception given by the officers decomissioning of VA 45 officer I personnel managementbill
whom she was playing cowboy. of FAW-11 will be held early this month.Decommissioned. which would provide early

"You be Wild Bill Hickup," .,. i; tonight at the 0" Club from March 3, forceouts for all services, givesno
she said, "and I'll be Wyatt ".".",":'" :'. 1700 to 1900 in honor of Captainand along with VA-45, were VA- such credit. '

Burp." At. .Pit:ow Mrs. Lawrence and Captainand 175 and VF-171. NAVY OFFICIALS concededthis

SMART Dorian Dennis, Mrs. McIntosh. week that if both pass, they
"Do you permit your wife to billed as the only exotic dancer Captain Macintosh and Mrs. Personnel of the three out- wouldn't be likely to give creditto
have her own way?" with a college degree, preens Macintosh with their six child fits will be integrated into some and not to others. Prob-

"No, she has without. my per- skin prettily.in chemistry She boasts from a sheep New ren Will reside aboard the Sta- other squadrons; ably none would get credit for
mission." York University. tion in Quarters "E." the lost time.F .