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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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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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Navy Couple Issues Thanks To Myriad


Of Folks Who Aided In Search For Son

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Parents of five-year-old David Galletta, attached to VW-4 front yard, but didn't think much

GaHetta have asked the Jax Air and currently on "night check", I about it, since he could have

News to relay their sincere and left his house about 1145 that been playing in their back yard.

heartfelt thanks to the many day, saying he was "going swim- ABOUT 1300 though, Mrs Gal-

persons, most of them unknownto ming" since he was to take the letta called David for his nap

the Gallettas, who helped in Dilbert Dunker that afternoon. and when he, didn't answer, she

the search for the "lost" young-. Young David went up the started going through the neigh-

ster St. Patrick's Day street several houses to play borhood looking for him. After

AD2 AND MRS. D. C. Galletta with a friend but decided to combing the enlisted housingarea

1137-B Allegheny Street, take a trip and see his Daddy with the aid of some unknown -

aboard the Station, spent several swimming. Mrs. Galletta, who friends, Mrs. Galletta decided -

worried hours while David was watching David through her to notify the Station police -

< had a downright novel trip into kitchen window, noticed that he .

the city of Jacksonville. was missing from the neighbor's (Please turn to Page 6, col. 2))

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Vol. 15 No 49 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 27 March 1958
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BACK HOME SAFELY David Galletia. five y ,
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son of AD2 and Mrs. D. C. Galletta. of 1137.B Allegheny Street "* ,rOQ.\I I >.$ ;..
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House Unit .
aboard the Station is shown with family pet "Sandy." follow. 1'DEPEND. Li'BERYY'gsrl :
Ing the youngster's adventurous March 17 trip to Jacksonville. URJ ,( rm.. NAI'PIifSj:,_ j
The tot was misssing for several hours before being returned I

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HEALTH DRIVEIS Pay PlanThe



SUCCESSFULThe Kilday House Armed

Services Subcommittee un-
National Health Agencies fund drive
raising held animously approved a com-
among Navy units in the Jacksonville has
the area gone over pletely new military pay raise .
too. bill which retains the longe-
Figures released late
Tuesday
vity principle according to
,
afternoon indicate that militaryand is known how much was donatedto
Navy Times.'A .
civilian personnel of eight Care-Crusade fo'r Freedom.
increase
six-per-cent or
commands in the area, plus :four The goal set aside for these two
better for those with over two
carriers home-based at NAAS agencies was $4,900, making the
service who are followinga
Mayport, have contributed $12, overall fund drive goal $17,200. years
roughly normal pattern is in-
983.90, which exceeds the goal of Figures compiled as of Tues- cluded. n.m..m...._..n."n. .nn. nnmn ..n_
$12,300 set aside for the Health day show that four commands, THE BILL puts all rates NEW SAFETY RECORD POSTED A high water markin

group. NAS Jax, NATTCenter, NAS Ce- basis accident prevention has been made by the Station. with a
sets
HELD CONCURRENTLY, as cil Field, and Naval Hospital exceeded permanent ; up a new new "days worked since last lost-time accident" record postedat
one drive, with National Health, their monetary goal. NAS scale for EMs going to officer 129 days as of Tuesday. This period runs back to Nov. 14
rank; reduces the big raises ask- 1957 and breaks the old record' of 113 days established in
was the appeal for funds for Jax
had a goal of $3,575 and ed for captains and commanders; 1956. Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.. NAS Jax commanding of-
Care and Crusade for Freedom.All contributed $5,046, a whopping ficer (left) and Charles Able. Safety Superintendent, are shownat
donations to the latter two 41 percent over; NATTCenter'sgoal (Please turn to Page 6, col. 5)) a ceremony last Thursday denoting the new record. Since

agencies have been dispatchedvia was $1,430, with $1,707 collected then the number of days has grown from 125 to its present

sealed envelopes to national 19 percent over the goal; figure. .

headquarters.It NAS Cecil went nine percentover WEEKEND TIDE

will be sometime before it in contributing $547, witha HIGH LOW Station Posts All-Time

goal of $500; and Naval Hospital A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.

donated $337, with a goalof
Blue Angels Fri 12:56: 1:22 7:24 7:40:
$250 34
some percent over the Accident-Free RecordNAS
top. Sat. 1:57: 2:26: 8:28: 8:48:

COMFAIRJAX which also Sun. 3:01: 3:31: 9:30: 9:53:
Plan NARTUAir Jacksonville has recorded an all-time record of

(Please turn to Page 6, col. 1)) days without a lost-time accident, posting a mark of 129

ShowThe days through Tuesday with the tally soaring higher as each

day goes by without a disabling mishap.
Navy's thrilling flight demonstration -
Civilan and military person-
team, the Blue tained a new mark by operating
nel industrially employed com-
Angels, will be featured at NAS I 207 consecutive days without a
pleted well over 6,000,000 hoursor
Jax during the Naval Air i work disabling injury, a mam-
4,233,552 actual work day
Reserve Open House! and Air moth accomplishment for a department -
hours, without a lost-time accident -
Show, Sunday, April 13. with so many employees. -
through Tuesday.
The events will be a climaxto .

Naval and Marine Air THE CURRENT record beganits
Re-
This breaks an old O &: R record -
Week celebrated rise to record-breaking pro-
serve being nationwide -
portions back Nov. 14 of 166 lost-time accident-
on
April 7-13. I way ,

CAPT. N: O. Anderson, com- 1957. free days.
.Y
manding officer of NARTU Jax The actual number of working Supply Department is nurtur-

and Lt. Col. R. Teller, MARTD I days included in this period is ing an outstanding slate of 159

commanding officer, have extended 89. days without a disabling injury,
an invitation to the pub- t which covers the period from
This is the third time in
recent -
lic to attend the April 13 festi- ; Oct. 16, 1957.PUBLIC .
years that a safety record
vities. Gates will open at 1230.
has been broken aboard the Sta- WORKS Departmenthas
The Blue formedat .i. ... .4J[ 0.i
Angels were # its best record since 1956.

NAS Jax in April 1946 to acquaint tion.A 113-day LTA record set in It's operated 129 days, same as

, the public with the typeof April of 1956 snapped an original the overall Station mark, with-

, flying familiar to all Naval mark of 91 days, posted from out a lost-time accident.

,aviators. Dec.: 1, 1954 to Feb. 28, 1955.
The new Station safety recordis

Since that time, the team has OUTSTANDING safety records an accomplishment of whichall

'performed before more than 16 MARINE BARRACKS INSPECTION Lt. Col R. E. have also been achieved by the hands .can be justly proud.
Baldwin, member of the Marine Inspector' General's annual "' Many commercial' firms consider
; three partments of the
;million spectators at leading air _
administrative inspection parry, is shown perusing Sg!. Her. a'.feat' has been performed when
.shows and civic.events-throughout man Lawrence's gear during ,the recent two-day: inspection of Station*
the NAS Jax Marine Barracks. With Lt. Col. Baldwin in the the 1,000,000 hour mark is at-
the country. party were Col. 'Richard Rothwell and Capt. Earl Schlffmaa. Overhaul and Repair has at- taIned.Itr'R .



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Jf1 }{ fU4Jf3ItAL Wives' Group To Dependent Medicare Program I


laeboaYlU. Hear Capt. BerryCapt. Receives Sliqht Modification

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ...... .. Reginald V. Berry chiefof
Comdr. Robert H. Smith _...0.... ..-...... ... ... ...... Commanding Executive OfficerCommander Officer Neuro Psychiatry at the Nav- - -
Fleet Alt JackioarUU bills paid so far were from
Rear Adm. Wendell O. Switur ...... ... ... .. ... :... .. al Hospital will speak before Although no changes are con- tht
Ctpt S. s. Srcy Jr. ............ ....................,.... .......... .. .. .. Chief of StaffCommander Air Force at 40 per cent while
Fil Alf Wing Elena the Officers' Wives Club at its templated in the basic law of the Navy is second with
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .. .. ... .. 32 per
Capt. Thomas S. WhiteNtrUIJUr" ........................ ................... ............ Chief Staff Officer monthly meeting, April 2, at medicare a committee has beenat
TdMLkal 1230 in the 0' Club. cent.Almost
Capt. CharUs L. MOON Jr. ., .... .. ...Trttateg.... .. C.stsr.. Commandlnx Officer work drawing up proposalsfor 40 per cent of the to
Comdr. Wilfred E. Flethman .. .::: ::::..::...:. :: .: :. Executive Officer Capt. Berry will speak on dental services to military tal bills were for maternity cases

Capt. Alton C. Abcrnethy .NtTftlRocpUUHARTU.. ....... Commanding Officer the subject, "Emotional Distur- families under the dependent with taking out of tonsils
running
Capt. .... ...
Marcy Shupp Executive OfficerCommanding bances and What To Do About
medical care law.Although second at 18 per cent.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Them.
Comdr. William E. Hardy .. ...... . .. Executive Officer Officer A graduate of Yale Medical this preliminary THREE administrative changes
bring just made in the program will
Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida School, Capt. Berry was form- probing may ultimately increase
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVKXOS: P-33! proposals for such service before government payments for
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed tree of charge to military and civilian pmonnel I erly Child Psychiatrist at Duke
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training Medical School and has been Congress, nothing is really expected private rooms in civilian hos
Center Naval Hospital.Fleet Air Wing H, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Physiatric Consultant at Duval at the coming session of pitals (when semi-private rooms

Service Information Officer ..... .... .... Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter, Jr. the lawmakers. are not available), cut out a $25
Ass't. 810 Andrew H. Planer Child Guidance Clinic for the
Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI: John lebell three ESTIMATED cost to the gov- minimum charge for certain recurring -
JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Mary Ann Klrchner. SA; Staff Photographer Jim past years. ailments and
Moore. PIx} ernment for the first 12 monthsof spell out
The Air News Is a member of the
Armed Forces Press Service. more clearly the rules of caremental
Material apparlne in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is Changing Times Dept.: About the Medicare program was
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited. are official u. S. Navy photo. $76,000,000. cases.
graph the only thing you can do on a
Editorial offices located In Room !30. Main Administration Building.Phone number of Medicare This latter ruling permits hospitalization -
shoestring these days is trip. Largest
extensions 8154. 8344, 27S or 218. for mental or nervous -

disorders for 21 days, where
Forces Numerical ': *:: : : the old rule authorized it in pe-

: .: : :,:1 jX: : cial and unusual cases," withouta
:.
Strength ViewedAs : time limit.

With the 21-day exception.
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Leveling Off ...f.: Medicare makes no provision for
mental and nervous illnesses.

William H. Francis Jr., assis-

tant secretary of defense (manpower

personnel and reserve), With The
said military strength is expected

to "level off" at 2,525,000 Toastmasters

through fiscal 1961 according to

Navy Times. Navy Civilian Toastmastersare

Francis made the statement : eyeing the installation of
during hearings on the involun- .S ; officers ceremony-dinner next

tary release of reserve officersto Tuesday at the Lobster'' Houseat
inactive duty. 1i 1900.

When questioned regardingfuture New officers to be installed are
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needs for reserve officerson _t Rod Pin n e y, president; Bill
active duty, he said current Clearman, educational vice pre-

plans call for fiscal 1959 strengthto sident; Walt Stanul, administrative -
-
be maintained through fiscal Tad Wilkinson
vice president; -
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year 1961. secretary; Melvin Hawker .'
He said no shifts of strength I treasurer and Dick Silbernagel, I
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among the services will be made. -mnr sergeant-at-arms. 1

This means that plans call for "SHIPPING OVER" CEREMONY This group of eight The eight-week course in
the following totals during the enlisted men of NAS Jax recently "shipped over" for six more Training sponsoredby
years of active duty each. The includes.. left Speechcraft
group to right
next three
: Navy, 630,000
years ;
concluded Tuesday,
Club
Ronald Bargerstock, AN; Roland Williams, AMSAN; James the
Marines, 175,000; Army, 870,000 Thompson AK3; Herbert Goldsmith. CS3: Darold Williams. with the final phase centering on
and Air Force, 850,000. ACT3; Robert Shockley, AK2; Clarence Gordon. AC2 and Roy "Conducting A Meeting." Emmett
McLain. AD2. Administering the oath is Lcdr. James Callaghan, "Mr. Chair-
NAS Jax Personnel Officer. Glasgow spoke on
7,000 MarinesTo man;" T. A. Wilkinson, "How to
Fuller Roberts -
Conduct a Meeting;

Be Offered (Personnel are invited to visit New Summer Garb For "How To Perform as
the usa Servicemens' Club at Toastmaster," and Gordon King,

i 331W. Forsyth St. The Club is Waves Looms PossibleThe "What is Parliamentary Law."

Early ,ReleasesSome i open from 0900 to 2300 daily.) Regularly scheduled speecheswere

Thursday, March 27 Fun, delivered by Floyd Barnes
prizes. Dancing class Navy's Waves, both officer and enlisted, may soon be get- along the
7,000 Marines whose enlistment games, who took the members
or obligated service expires 2100. tins The new current uniforms for summer. wear, according to Navy Times. path of "Motivated Research_;"

in April, May or June, will Friday, March 28 "Girl ofMonthlt gray seersucker Dick Silbernagel wno oraiea on
dress used by Waves for hot is said to be not too pleased with
be given opportunity for early dance. Semi-formal. "How to be Courteous;" and Jim
either the
weather garb has long been style or material of I
release as soon, as possible after Saturday, March 29 Juke the Leggett who brought in "The
criticized
as being i "old fash- proposed raincoat.
April 1, if they request it. Hop. Prizes. ioned." I Magnificent Sun."
said Sunday, March 30 1000 Free THE OLD BLUE raincoat for Don Moran was toastmaster,
the is
Headquarters
move N A V Y WOMEN are said to officers and chief petty officers,
morning coffee hour 1045 Attend
being made to cut expenditures ; i with Gordon King as topic mas-
during remaining fiscal 1958. church of your choice; 1730, openly envy the more stylish' now an optional item, will be declared ter. Evaluators, led by master

Vesper time. 1930, Free movie, and "smarter looking" uniformsof obsolete, on July 1, 1960. head shrinker Jay Ellis, were
With exception of men who "Ma and Pa Kettle. women in the Marine Corps, The Navy meanwhile is look- Walt Stanul, Andy Planey, and
want early discharges for the Monday March 31 Junior I Army and Air Force. ing for a dark blue dye that Al Simonds. '

purpose of reenlistment, all hostess meeting, 2000. Juke time,, I Plans have been formulated to won't "bleed" /into white clothing -
Marines with normal tours expiring 2100. have some Waves test-wear new when used, for use in a proposed -

will be eligible. style uniforms this sum m e r. dress white jumper for

Reserves on active duty will They'll be of cotton-dacron ma- enlisted men. DENTAL ISSUES

be eligible for early separationand Comdr. Cruse.J Takes terial in two styles-blouse and Until this problem is solved,

return to civilian status. Reins Of VF22Comdr. skirt and a one-piece dress. the dress white project has been APPT. NOTICEAn
In other the uniform number of
Men stationed overseas will news on shelved. increasing
be eligible for release under Carl Cruse assumed front, the permanent Naval Uni- personnel are failing to keep
... ..
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the program and will be separ- command of Fighter Squadron form Board has approved a new scneduied dental appou -
ated at the nearest Marine activity 22 last Tuesday during a color- insignia for qualified enlisted air AE Graduation Honors Go ments at the NAS Dental Department -

after they return to the ful change of command cere- crewmen. To Bannister, MuschampWilliam in Building 8.
United States. mony in which he relieved The new insignia is similar to When individuals m a k e

Comdr. Daniel Douglas. that worn lay officers designatedas Bannister Jr., AEIAN, dental appointments, time is
Skipper of VF-22 since March aviation observers. of Galnsville, Ga., and Thomas reserved for them to receive

Call Issued For 1956, Comdr. Douglas will report THE BOARD which earlier Muschamp, AEMAN of Minneapolis dental treatment and failureto

to NAS Chase Field, Texas rejected a new sport-type dungaree Minn., shared top honorsin appear causes loss of valu-
Boy Scout LeadersAnyone for new ,duty. Under ,his command I shirt, is now searching for last week's graduation at the able operating time since the

interested in working VF-22 deployed aboard ; a dungaree shirt ,that will' look Aviation 'Electrlcian.s'Mat e Dental Department provides

with Boy Scouts and Explorer five different carriers and spent "dressy" without ironing, something School Class 'A at NATTCenter. complete service' for more

Scouts are asked to contact Lcdr. I additional time training at Key in the line of popular c(viI, .Bannister, who entered the' than 30 separate commands.In .

F. 'R. .DuChanois 'extension I West and, Guantanamo". ., Bay,, Ian'1, "wash and wear" shirts. Navy' 4n .A.pril1957. wiU"report case it is necessary to
748 or .Ensign :Formeller 'extension .- .Cuba.' S .A*new j ight.weIght1ue; raincoat to ,VW-4,'NAS: Jax,* while Mus- cancel! a dental appointment

"527. Prior ito taking the helm 'of made "of material) similan. .champ, who ,joined [the-.Navy in 24-hours notice must be givenin
There's'a need foremen to 'act VF-22 Cdmdr Cruse'was onthe the ,'Khaki rainc ,atj' it.Jn. the Juhe;' J957; will -reportto Hatron :order'. that another patient

in the capacity of,'Scoutmaster, staff' bf Vice Adm. Robert,);3- I books .fo>\officers i ,and''chiefs.i : ,; 6':' -'at .Oak vHarbor:;' 'Wash'.6:.forj.Urf may ''be 'scheduled.I "
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With Civilians ," : ;', .,, i:. _f :! :, ALL PALM SAINTS SUNDAY CHAPEL

Mar. 30
(Periodically, the Jax Air Newsin Sunday
three-
School
cooperation with the Industrial '. "',: ,: "' 0930-Sunday ,
Relations Department will ':' year olds through adults, Bldg..
: :
list various promotions for Naval \ 722.
of Divine Wor-
0930 Service
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Air Station .
personnel) S ,
... ship, Chaplain Osman.
On the promotion roster effec- S 1 \ v2.i'4.f S S 11 CO-Service of Divine Wor-
tive recently were 17 employees, :, : \ ship, Chaplain Morton.
four from Overhaul and Repair,
1830 Teenage Fellowship,
five from Public Works five
,.. Bldg. 722.
from Supply Department, and : 19CO United Fellowship of
three from Miscellaneous. ,:,
'., <: <<
Protestants, Bldg. 722.
>
Promoted at 0 & R were Bon- : \ Monday. Mar. 31

nie Freeman, clerk-typist, GS2to J 1930-Holy Week Services.

clerk, GS-3; Elmer HilbrantJr. ':;":;i"" ::" Tuesday. April 1
control specialist >' 1930 Week Services.
production -Holy
(aircraft), GS-8 to production :;r'" << Wednesday April 2
.
control specialist (aircraft), GS- .. .... .' 1930-Holy Week Services.

9; Thaddeus Lempart, engineering >.' ".. .,'. '.,.'....., .. .. Thursday April 3
draftsman (general), GS3to 1930-Holy Communion.ST. .
engineering draftsman (gen- :.?\::;. ..,:,..:".,: EDWARD'S CHAPEL

eral), GS-4, and Willard Hal- Schedule of Masses

comb, supervisory industrial en- Sunday Mar. 31
: :
gineer, GS-12 to supervisory industrial ? 0830! 1000-Sunday.

engineer, GS-13. 0630-Daily.(

Advanced in Supply Depart- .... .........,-..... 0800-Saturday. _
ment were Bessie Belote, typist, OBJECTS OF DESTRUCTION Lots of Jet pilots and millions of dollars in destruction of ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
GS-2 to clerk typist, GS-3; jet engines are caused yearly by these tiny metallic objects sucked into Jets' engines during "run Naval Hospital0630Catholic
up." taxiing or lake-off. From only one squadron's parking area a magnetic sweeper collected Mass.
Dorothy Henson, clerk-typist, this large pile of trash which includes bolts nuts screws lead pencils springs, wire and various 0930 Service of Divine
GS-2 to clerk-typist, GS-3; metal fittings.
Worship, Chaplain Bryant.
Thomas Hobbs, property & sup- 1

ply clerk, GS-2 to fiscal account- Carelessness On Line Can 1930-Latter Tuesday.Day April Saints (Mor-

ing clerk, GS-3; Adelaide Hughes, Flight mon) Bldg. 751.1900Christian.
clerk-typist, GS-2 to clerk-typist,
Science
Bldg.
,
GS-3 and Frank Wood, leadingman -
,
Cost In Lives 751.
stockman third step to Plenty Damage

quarterman stockman first step.

Promoted at Public Works were You be responsible'
may 'ASSIF.IED
but actual
dollars Fantastic perhaps,
yearly-a price no one
Nathan Biard, heating equipment for a pilot's life! in
can afford. Yet be I cost sheets are on record
mechanic, third step to pipe- Carelessness on the flight you may headquarters of Commander (Classified ads must be sub-
!
fitter third step; John Geoghagan :line parking area can and is responsible Naval Air Forces, Atlantic Fleet, mitted in person or by mail to
Have wondered what
I
quarterman laborer, third costing lives and millions of you ever Va. This the Jax Air News office Build-
, to explode in Norfolk, figure was
step to quarterman (grounds and causes a plane for all ing One, Room 230 by noon of
based on AirLant's report
mid-air "flame out"
jet to a
a
f roads) first step; Vernon Ward, the Tuesday prior to Thursday
work in
FREE O'SEAS MAILOK'D pilot to turn back shortly after O & R performed one I
head paver, third step to lead- becauseof publication date.)
month on the east coast
fire
take-off, a plane to catch
first step Ferris BY SENATEThe For Rent
ingman, paver, ; FOD to jet aircraft.
the ground or in the air?
Albertie, laborer third step to Senate has approvedfree on 2-Bdrm Furn. House on River
exterminator, first step, and mail for servicemen sta- IT COULD BE because of WHAT IS FOREIGN Object Road in Orange Pk. $100 Mo.
Daniel Nixon, laborer, third tioned overseas. FOD! Because of FOD (Foreign Damage? Simply defined, it is call evenings-CO-4-2701. McGif-

step to exterminator, first step. The proposal, which still Object Damage), jet engines returned damage to jet engines caused by fin.

in Miscellaneous has to pass the House, applies in one 30 day period for bolts, nuts, screws, springs, wire 2-Bdrm House on river frontin

Advanced cost account- only to letters going first overhaul and repair ranged percentagewise and other metallic objects Orange Pk. $100 Mo. CO-
were Doris O'Kelly, class. from a 2.6 low (trash) suck into the plane's 4-8351] McGiffin.

ing clerk, GS-3 PWD to fiscal Rates on third and fourth to a 36 percent high on seven engine while "turning up" on For Sale

accounting clerk, GS-4 Operations I class and air mail would 'remain various types of' gas turbine the flight line. 3-Bdrm House with or without
Dept.; Dorothy Henson,
in effect for Armed engines. kitch. equip. GI Equity $1700.
clerk-typist, GS-3 Supply Dept., Even a small bolt sucked intoa
to appointment unit supervisor Forces members. Cost? An approximate low of jet could cost a pilot his life. Immediate Poss. Sell for $1,000.

(typing), GS-4 IRD, and Thomas *A smiliar system was used 4,000 dollars to a high of 10,000 The chance of this small bolt 6212 Bartholf Ave. (Cedar Hills).*

Cowan, supervisory personnel in WWII and the Korean dollars. In one year this could ending up in a jet's engine is Ext-8432. Futch, AEC. 1216-B

assistant, GS-7 IRD to personnel conflict. (AFPS). conceivably cost the Navy mil- improved when strong winds Hancock St. ,

assistant, GS-9, IRD. lions of dollars. from the back-wash of prop- 3-Bdrm House. 2642 Grasshopper -
driven planes drive them into Lane, Orange Pk. CO-9202.

the intake of neighboring jets. Lcdr. Gano.
3-Bdrm House. 5233 Seas pray
Result? Back for overhaul!
Popular Magic Ave. (Venetia Ter.). EV-4-1036.
Foreign Object Damage has pro- Bracewell.

Duo To Show ven to be the predominant cause 2-Bdrm Home in Sanford, Fla.PO55797 .
for return of gas turbine enginesto after 1630. Smith. Or
Overhaul and Repair.IN .
Rent-3-Bdrm Unfurn House. 2318
At King HallGene ADDITION to endangeringa Barlad Dr. (Cedar Hills), GI

pilot's life, this causes mis- Equity EV 9-6419. Comdr. Mul-

and Jo, magicians who sions to be canceled, increased lins after 1700.

have been entertaining the arm- workload caused by unnecessary 3-Bdrm House. In Cedar Hills

ed forces in this country and engine changes, aborted flights Estates. EV-9-4411. Faucett.

abroad exclusively for the past and possible damage to aircraft 3-Bdrm House. 6803 CherbourgAve.

15 years, will make an appear- or ground crews from fire. No. (Normandy). Unfurn.

ance Wednesday, April 2 at King Primarily, it's'the responsibility $68 Mo. Avail. April 5. EV-7-5493.

Hall with the show starting at
2000. x around aircraft to keep the area 2-Bdrm House-Trlr. Lot No.

Over the past 15 years, Gene free of trash. Whether 'you fit 59 Azalea Trlr Pk. Call AO "B"

and Jo have found out that mil- that category or not, it's your School, Bldg. 600. S/Sgt. Goode.

itary personnel want a fast moving responsibility and mine to remove MiscellaneousWill

well costumed show with all trash we find on or share 2-Bdrm Apt. with

plenty of laughs. All of this you near jet parking areas. employed lady. Vic. 5-Pts. $30

will see when you watch Gene Mo. EL-3-1574. Mrs. Martin.

and Jo.Extra. Wanted: Ride from Willow-
novelty is added to the A terribly jealous woman branch-Park St. area. Hrs.07001530. -
they present used to submit her husband toi Ext-631/548 or EV-9-6860.
performance as
regular inspection each even- McHugh.

their group of smallest Mexican breed Chihuahua's of- ..__..______m___ ____ ing. The slightest hair discoveredn Lost: Bluepoint Siamese male
the "LOOK MA. NO CHAIRS" There was fun for all atNATTCenter's his coat would lead to the cat. Vic. Ortega Hills. Has red
dogs in the world, in an arrayof King Hall last Wednesday night as internationally most frightening scene.
plastic collar with bell. Ext-789/
magic. known David Merrill hypnotist extraordinary, presentedhis
Jo assistantsof "Amazing and Amusing With Hypnotism" show before a One night, finding nothing at EC-4-2533. Seydel.
and .were
Gene packed house. During his presentation Merrill demonstrated ill, she burst into tears and Lost: Pearl necklace at Main
the great Howard Thurston, mass hypnosis individual hypnosis and post-hypnotic suggestion wept: "Even bald' women, Gate or Allegheny Cr. PO-5-2835.:
and were acclaimed a great suc- .'Merrill is shown supported on body of. hypnotized volunteer "
Mrs. Gates. Reward .
in the show. tow[ ( )
cess overseas. during a high spot .

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t' a r
Time Threatens To



Alter Common UlcerFourth t ? T t ie



( of a series compiled by NAS Jax Medical Departmentto

acquaint personnel with problems confronting medics, and to :
educate dependents in health care and use of drugs.)

At one time, ulcers were inseparable from success. Every
heer' unfailingly had them and was respected for what they
-
implied.
THE DISORDER is now be- R C
coming rare, and' that's a pity ing violently. { A N

because with it the prestige of This is an excellent time to r w ?la I
its victims is in decline. Ulcersare attempt a difficult job which

a credit to those they mar. requires concentration: There's > y

Their revival is deplorably over- nothing like trying to do someheavy'thinking
when drowsy and

due.The cultivation of ulcers is not overloaded.

easy. But to those with sufficient CLIMAX OF your whole project :t.HIGH.
can be reached when you t
the
persistence, means are
at hand. get to the gate on the way home

Begin first thing tomorrow, and the guard pulls the car .,m'o m "_ ,"''''.',...-. ,,- T
no, not the first thing, for you aside to search It. You can really SCHOOLERS VISIT VAP-62 Members of the Camera Club of Jocksonville's Terry
should stay in bed an extra 15 blow your top here.A Parker High School visited Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 lad Saturday. The group was conducted
few salty comments will be through the VAP-62 working spaces, inspected the squadron's AJ-2P "Savage and also I
minutes. By doing i so, 'you'll in order like"What do thinkwe received a tour through ,the new Fleet Photo Lab. Here come of the students are being shown the
have to dress in a hurry, gulp. you action of aerial cameras by Lt (Jg) Frank CzaJkowskL
and are, a bunch of thieves or,
your coffee rush to
your
ride while eating a piece of '"I'm going to write my congressman Was Telephone Operator's Friend ,
"
toast tonight. .
I
AS YOU RUSH out the door, Follow this routine for a few 1rfJ
a parting shot to your wife such weeks and you'll surely attain It Can Be Said 'This Coat :
your goal, a fully developed
ps "You look; a mess, why don'tyou ,
comb hair?" will ulcer Of course, along the way
your put
you in the right frame of mind you may lose your wife and (MalrwWe and NATTCtnttr Performed It's Job Well'j
job.
If the dog gets in your way even your mode( daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday -- j
But then you'll have This is the story of a rain
your
)while you dash to the car, kick ulcer for a companion and Sunday and holiday; coat. Not much subject mat- left behind. The other operatorsused
him by all means and that will youwon't 1400; 1800 and 2000.
Hospital mo- '
ter but this is it and it became known
be able to eat much any you say, a very
give you a glow of satisfaction vie daUII..1900.) '
way, so what??? special piece of rainwear. as the "emergency" raincoat.
Once in the car., try out a Thursday March 27 It's just a beaten old gray Mrs. Jones returned to the Sta-

few remarks to the other pass- Mainsido-Tea House of the raincoat, patched here and thereas tion in 1955 and found the rain

engers about what kind of a August Moon (comedy-drama) needed to hold it together garb, now several years older

plant starts operating at 0700. with Glenn Ford and Marion through many years of wear, and full of patches covering its 1

Open your plper'and\ start to Brando. (One showing, 1900 but it has served its owner and faded gray fiber, ready and 1

read. only). friends well.HOLDER waiting for her use.

This, too, helps you and the NATTCenter-Live Fast, Die OF the mortgage on It had become sort of a tra-
others to get into a good mood, Young (drama) with Audie this piece of- apparel is Mrs. dition in the switchboard
room.
especially if you spread the Murphy. Also, Brooklyn Goes to Maimie Jones, for several yearsa
paper out over their laps and Cleveland. telephone operator at NAS Jax I AT 1300 last Friday, Mrs. 1

sound off loudly about the rot- 3 { Y %'v Hospital Bayou (melodrama) but who's now working at), NAS Jones, upon completion of em-
ten city administration, high t'igt with Peter Graves and Lita Cecil Field. ployment at NAS Jax, was pre-

prices and how much better life< Milan. Also, Pigeon Holed. When Mrs. Jones first came to sented an attractively wrappedgift
was in the "good old days." NAS Jax in 1950, she broughtthe box by Mrs. Edith Brooks,

WHEN YOU GET to the plant, Friday, March 28 rain garb with her one wet, chif telephone operator.
Mainsido-High Hell (drama)
begin by fuming because cold morning.She Upon the
you with John Derek and Elaine opening packing, Mrs.
have to stand in line at the time Stewart. Also didn't take the coat witb Jones found the "old beaten
Frighty Cat.
clock. When you start to work,I NATTCenter Tea House of her upon finish of work that day raincoat" just as it had been.It .
there's always good ulcer build- but kept it on a hanger behind
the
t August Moon. was appropriately decorartedwith
ing material if you look for It. the switchboard, a fascinating
Hospital Live Fast, Die thing to the the first names of all the
coat.
You can feel frustrated by the young
Young.
dullness of the tools, your slow UNKNOWN TO it, this room, switchboard operators writtenin
Saturday March 29 with all its intricate bright red lipstick1.
helper, and your supervisor who I machinery
never knows all the answers. Mainside Jungle'Heal t and staccato sounds, would be When Mrs. Jones left the Sta-

But any well-trained ulcer t 3zri; (drama) with Lex Barker and its home for almost the next tion for her Cecil Field em-

grower knows these preliminary Mari Blanchard. Also, Two"Magoo" eight years. ployment, she, needless to say,
steps. As the day cartoons: Kiddie Mat ; When Mrs. Jones left the employ took, a piece of the "furniture"with
wears on, you ) inee
at 1400
Glory with Mar-
of
NAS Jax
.k two-and-a-half her
can devise more refined methods. looking gay and brightin
garet O'Brien and Walter Bren- years later, the raincoat was the gift box.
I
You can look around and think nan. Also, Wrestling Wrecks.

of all the nitwits you work with Hospital Tea House of the
and particularly'the number one August Moon. <

nitwit you're saddled with as a : :', _
Sunday, March 30
supervisor. By then, your bud- MainsideTeacher's
ding ulcer should begin to glow t! Pet (pre- _
,' release comedy) with Clark _
warmly. Gable, Doris Day and M ami e I

YOU CAN USE lunch time to __ .n'Y' ,_.__,__,.,.,_i Van Doren. (One showing, 1900 :
good advantage. When the only'
whistle blows, tear out at STYLE It's Kim Novak ,NATTCenter
top
modeling the latest in string Jungle Heat.
speed for the cafeteria. neckties. Hospital High Hell. ':' I

Once there, complain about the I Monday, March 31
slow line and poor service. Load
Mainside Trapeze (drama)
your tray with plenty of fried NATTC Slates with Burt Lancaster,Tony Curtis
food, starch and a big piece of and Gina Lollabrigida.

pie. You might as well really Free Bingo Nite NATTCenter Teacher's Pet.
fill
up. The Special Services De- (One showing, 1900 only). F : 4'i,."
Of course, you'll have to bolt partment at NATTCenter announces Hospital Jungle Heat. t d ;:
your food and then rush like
mad back there will be an Tuesday, April 1
to
work.
By then, evening of free bingo avail- Mainside -True Story of Lynn
stomach
-your will be
protest- able to NATTCenter person- Stuart (suspense drama) with

NormanLetourneauGainsTop nel (E-6 and below) and Betsy Palmer and Jack Lord. :

guests, Monday, March 31 at Also, Dr. Blue Bird. tr
AOA) 6chool Honor 1900 at the EM Lounge, Bldg. NATTCenter Trapeze.

Norman Letourneau, AOAAo 593.There Hospital Teacher's Pet. '

Newburyport, Mass., was honor will be 10 games Wednesday. April 2

student in last week's gradua- during the evening festivities, Mainside-Going Steady (Teen .

tion at Aviation Ordnancemen with prizes for each game age comedy) witih "Molly Bee 36 ,g
School Class A at NATTCenter. given. _
Alan Freed. Also, A Hunting WeWon't
.
Letourneau Each will be allowed "n"1r'-'h' --.
who entered the person Go.NATTCenter. LONG-LOST FRIENDS
Mrs.
Maim.
Navy in August, 1957 has been one card each for each True Story of with her well-decorated battered old raincoat.Jones Mrs.is shown Jones

prdered to NAS,, Quonset Point, game. 'Lynn Stuart. started duty at NAS Cecil Field this week after many years
R. I., for duty. at the NAS Jax telephone switchboard. Needless to the
Hospital Trapeze. old raincoat went with her. tar
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1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

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-t'r Capture Regional Crown
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+ 3 Jax Navy Ring Quartet



r: t s In All-Navy TourneyScoring


at will in the heavier weight brackets, Jax
Navy boxers added the South Atlantic Regional championship -
to their Sixth Naval District laurels, capturing four
titles in the ten-match event at Norfolk Va., last week.
The Jax Navy quartet is in
the All-Navy Tourney this weekat spot of the evening, with Martin

Norfolk. Battling got under- gaining the judges' nod over
1 way last night but no scores Walter Lee, from the USS Valley

were available at press time. Forge, (5ND).
MOST ALWAYS strong in the Other Jax wins were gained

t heavier weights, Jax Navy mitt- when classy Lawrence Howard,
,
t w b Z men claimed wins in the middle, 'middleweight with TNT-packed
L- I light-heavy and heavy weight leather, won over Paul Brownof

classes, in addition to Billy Martin's NAS Norfolk. Brown was run-
victory in the 139-pound ner-up in the All-Navy 165-
tIIIItI division.: pound class last year.

The latter brawl was a high- HOWARD WAS losing t the
TO VICTORS GO THE TROPHIES Competition in the----annual NAS-J--'Siat1 -- Golf' battle well into the second round

Tournament has ended with Ace Johnson (center) holding reins as Station links championafter Takes I, but then found the mark and
I defeating Frank Richards (second from left) 5 and 3, in championship flight finals last Memphis had his opponent reeling
week. Johnson and Richards received trophies, along with winners of the other three flights. throughout the final stanza.
Pictured are. (left to right) J. F Johnson, third flight winner; Richards: Ace Johnson: Ed Over. 6ND Keg Title Howard called "Smiley" by
by first flight victor, and "Harv" Harville winwr in second flight play. Allacc Hormington of Naval his stablemates, couldn't put his

Hospital won a berth on the down due to the his -
man fact opponent
State AAU .
Spike Waves Sixth NavalDistrict Bowling -
i" ': was hanging his head between -
team slated to represent and Howard
his' legs
Tournament Set t JAXAIR i 6ND in the South Atlantic Re- couldn't reach the head.
.
,
l' ; : :, >.. se''BIS'; gional event at Norfolk, Va., Other Jax Navy wins came
)4' J rvWS "" April 3-5. Pearson 178-
At Mainside I ; when Henry ,
GymNAS > ." 't.J... \. ,,+, The Pensacola Waves and
} and
.:\ ."') > 0. ( > .i. '''' '' .. .. pounder heavyweightRichard
Jax will host the Florida Mt .f ..... '_ -.4. .L0..,.::.....:: __ Memphis Navy men received the Hansen, were uncon-
j State AAU Volleyball Tournament Commandants Traveling Bowling tested in their bouts.
Saturday at Mainside gym, Trophy for capturing the 6ND TWO OTHER Florida boxers

|an athletic first for the Station.A SKEET TEAM COPS team championships. gained the winners' circle. Green

powerful lineup of the lead- Individual i i trophies were Cove Spring's John Dixon won
ling collegiate, AAU and service awarded members of the two over John Bryant of. NAS Nor-

teams are expected to be on hand PALM BEACH TITLE teams. folk in the 132-pound class.
|.for the opening action at 0800. Local teams competed against Thurman Fritz, scrappy 112-
each other and teams of other from West deci-
Competition will probably run Jax Navy skeetmen picked up where they left off last commands with i results being pounder USS Key Ken-
sioned the
[straight through until 2000. season by capturing the Five-Man Team Open and Service Randolph's
telegraphed to 6ND headquarters. the
'. in the Palm Beach < ) at the South Florida neth Meehan, representing
Host Jax Navy will field a Championships fpen No Jax entrant, except Fifth Naval District.
[powerful squad and is one of the site last Saturdav.
Hormington, gained a Regional Bobby Murphy, 147-pound
: tourney favorites, along with i The-J clay-bird d artists tallied berth.
in the .12-gauge event. Green Cove Springs mittman,
Florida State U. a 475x500 winning score, deterred -
Pendergras finished in a sec lost on default to William Smytheof
The Flier i spikers finished by 30-knot winds that ond-place tie with Minor Cliett NAS Norfolk when the Green
fourth in the Nationals last year plagued shooters all day. This and Bob Garragher, all with 97x- Cove man weighed-in two
and no less than second in was the first shoot of the year
any 100 scores. The 'Cane Hunter won pounds over the limit.
tourney this new season. for Jax Navy. the three-way shoot-off. The Regionals ended up a 5ND-
I More volleyball plans for Jax BILL ARTHUR of VFP-62 and HE 'ALSO GARNERED AA 6ND brawl when representativesfrom

I Navy are in the mill, with a Ken Pendergras, VW-4, teamedto titles in the .410 and .28 gauge- the Eighth and Tenth Dis-
| joint Jax Navy-YMCA operation win the Two-Man Team Open classes, posting a 92x100 tally in tricts did not show '
I for the South-eastern AAU Tour- and Service Titles. The veteran the .410 event and smashing 96- :
ney, April 5. pair cracked 191x200. xlOO in the latter.Pendergras ; -

Bill Frees, VFP-62, capturedthe who heads for the Scoll, Slufz Duo
Pistolmen Fare individual open championship International Skeet Shoot in
tallying a score of 98x100 Moscow July 1, was shooting International Posts Victory In


Well In TampaChampionships He held rules.his gun at his hips, k Two-Ball EventEarvin

Softball League not moving until target came into -
view. Scott teamed with Joe

Opening NearWith Composing the Jax Navy squadat Stutz to capture the Two-Ball

The Jax Navy pistol team cap- the deadline for entering Palm Beach were: E. D. Voss, Best Ball Golf tourney Saturdayat
tured many honors at the Tampa the Mainside intramural Pendergras, Carl Fletcher, Frees 4R. the local greensward with a
Mid-Winter Pistol i l Champion- l Softball league here, Spe- and Arthur. + three under par 69.
ships last week. cial Services is busy formul- Voss, of VU-10, gained the James Johnson and R? E. Rip-
The locals placed first in the ating league schedules with i winner's circle in Class B Competition ley posted .70 for second place

Navy Sharpshooter Center Fire, announcement on the start of shooting a 96x100 score honors, followed by Bob Stamatisand
Navy Sharpshooter .45 Caliber play expected next week. while Fletcher copped Class D Frank Inzer in third place

and Navy Team Aggregate.With Anyone interested in play- honors with 89x100.Missilemen* with 72.The .
94 teams competing, Jax ing varsity ball with the Jax Z4 S f.: Jax Navy linksmen lost
Navy fared well, placing fifth in Navy softball squad should Round to Georgia (Tech, 191%-7Ih, last
Lr
/ Thursday and again i Saturdayto
the grand aggregate standings. contact Mainside Athletic De-
Individual awards won by Jax partment, Building Three, extension Final Ten-pin TurnThe 4 U. of Georgia, 207.
Interna- Buck Cater and Larry Gorrell
Navy shooters include: 585. t '
Missilemen of Naval Air t< %- posted 78's in the Tech match
tional taken
Slow Fire, fourth place, Applications are being
won by G. D. Carapellotti; W. F. from men interested in um- Weapons Systems School seem ., f 4 while Ace Johnson turned in a
Joyner, third place in Marks- piring intramural softball tilts. well on their way to capturingthe g 75 in Saturdays contest.
man class of the .22 caliber Further information can be NATTCenter intramural The Fliers traveled to Robins
Camp Perry course, fifth in obtained by dialing extension bowling league crown. AFB yesterday but results were
Marksman class of the .22 caliber 585. After last week's action, the not known at press time. They
Rapid Fire, and fifth Marks- Missiles are eight games aheadof host Florida State tomorrow
man in the ,Center Timed Fire; the second place Storekeepers.The I (Friday) and Parris Island Sat-

Al Newman, runner-up: in Cen- NAWS keglers would haveto urday. I
Drunk (on telephone): "Ish
ter Fire Timed Marksman class, lose eight of the nine remain
fire ?
thish the department"
fifth in Center Fire Slow Marks- ing games for the gap to close. Chief: "But you were so
man category, fourth in Center Fire Chief: "Yes, what can we STANDINGS pleased with your lower bunk.
Fire I National Match Course, do for you"? Won Lot' IN ALL.NAVy..Billy Mar. What's come over you?"
"Send fire down NAWS 31 Viy. tin classy 139-pound Jax Navy Recruit A that, sings.'
Marksman class, and 'lunnerupMarksman Drunk: a AK School MVi list : guy
boxer has earned his into .
It's colder than Alaska." AO School 2T 17Avrund way ..
Center Fire here. I
in the IS ItMrArDt the All-Nayy meet this weekat
shoot. 21 ItAC Norfolk Va., along with "How did he die"T
Aggregate
School l'tf MViSopSpllnl
Other Jax Navy team'members .'"I want you to grow up straight II M STVi four other Flit*' leather-sling-, "He passed away during a
Hendrix J., inch a man,"*said' the ''I:' .. : era. Other lax milimen in card game/'
'included; 'M-jE. : -every ,
D/Waldron, C;;; W.' ,Paulk, A. LvJacksdn king to1 hisson/'so that' 'you"will. Sea turtles'$'..ai' Marineland'f get, Norfolk Richard are'Hansen Lawrence and Howard Henry "What,did he die' of'? .
I ,
,and !D. D:"Mahanke. mgke;a' good ryler.J ,, '"hairtcut5np] !rjodicallyr;; Pearsont: "Five aces."" :., .r

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 27 March 1958




I I LIGHT FLASHES OVER LAKE GEORGE EXPLAINED I House(Continued Unit from Page 1))

raises retired pay gives admirals

I I higher raises than Defense ask-
Residents of the Lake George I I training missions and the flash Although the results of night With a hand-held camera, the ed; sets up two new enlisted

area are cautioned against being bombs are jiot distress signals. photography are not as clear as flash provides light to expose and two new officer grades and
alarmed about the the film while in night aerial
unduly ,
puts proficiency into the
Photomen are taking night that of daytime photographing, pay
recent flashes of light over the photography, the flash bomb
aerial pictures of the sunken LST night photo often detects troop law.All
lake during early evening. does the same thing on a much the new rates wouldgo
in Lake George from altitudesof movements, supply points, and larger scale. pay
The bursts of light are from 2,000 to 10,000 feet. rendezvous points that are con- into effect immeidately withno
Lake George residents are assured phase in and the bill wouldbe
photo-flash bombs of aircraft cealed during daylight hours.
The idea of night aerial photo- there is no danger from
belonging to VAP-62, based atNAS effective the first day of the
Jax. graphy is not a new concept sit The principle of night aerial bombs striking the ground. All month after passage.

was used with much successin photography is very similar to photo flash bombs explode at DEFENSE HAD asked that it

The planes, twin-engined. AJs, WWII and in the Korean taking a flash-bulb picture with least 1,500 feet above ground for become effective July 1, Kildaywas

are being flown on routine Conflict. any camera. maximum brilliance. hopeful the full Armed
---
Services Committee would approve -

the measure by the end of
Navy Jax Sail the week.

The bill drops such Defense's

Club Endures ;( schemes as a phase-in for officer


Busy Weekend BULLETINlAnotherhurdle !
has been over

come in the drive to raise thll
The Navy Jax Sailing Club
pay of military personnel wick
took fourth and fifth places in
House passage late Tuesday of
the fifth annual Mt. Dora Re-
the 899 million-dollar raise
gatta last weekend, sailing its 41f bill pay

Rhodes Bantams in competitionwith
The rote was overwhelmingly
clubs from over the state.
In favor of approval, 36622. This

Fred Purcell and Jack Parks, r is the pay proposal approved
.. .
s
: <
both of Mainside Dental Depart- earlier by the Kilday Subcom-

ment, took first place in the mittee.

Snipes Class.

pay, active duty increments for
Lt. Bill Price and Lt. Chuck
officers that don't count for retired -
Gibson, both attached to VW-4, *
pay, a temporary six per
took fourth' place in the Bantam x414, r
? c4 cent cost-of-living increase, a
Class while Lt. Todd Ritter, VP-
step-in grade system to replace
_._ ..
5 and Nurse
Navy Pat Pyrzgoda, -"' longevity and administartive
took fifth. ENSIGNS GRADUATE TOMORROW Pictured above
are the 18 students at Aviation Ground Officers School who determinations i to decide

Meanwhile, back at the Reservation Smallest AGO will graduate, at exercises tomorrow at NATTC nter. Front whether a man rates a step in-

other members of the row, left to right, are Ensigns William Wormell, Edward Swain. crease.
Navy Jax Club were holding the Class ArrivesSmallest Robert Nuckles John Ciccellio, Leon Martel and Leonard Re- Pay increases would be auto-
veal. Rear James Plugge Larry Moore, Edward Heck, Andrew
regular weekly competition with class in the history Jones, Charles Molina, John Doihard James Mech Samuel matic under bill.

the Florida Yacht Club and I of Aviation Ground Of- Robert John Reed, John Hennesiy Clinton Walker and George THE BILL, while retaining the

Rudder Club of Orange Park, off ficers School here convenedlast Will'lams.. principle of longevity, modifiesit

the Senior BOQ Pier. Monday with five stud- to preserve its benefits and

The ents reporting at the NATT- eliminate its weaknessess. This
two
remaining Ban-- Service
Cagers CompetingFor
tams of the Navy Jax Club were Center school.Checkingin. has been done by stopping longe-
vity increase at the normal
for the six- pro-
held by I
up repairs, but took
members of the week course of instructionwere motion points.
Citadel
Choir
sailing following the races. Ensigns William Cline, National AAU TitleAll Under the new pay tables, as

Adrian Remsberg, Robert explained by Navy Times, an
Next week's competition for E-4 with three in would
Korinke, James Gallaudet' and four services have teams entered in the annual Amateur years
the greater Jacksonville area Wendell Curtis. have basic pay of $160; raise-
Athletic Union basketball championships being held at Denver,
championship will be held at the After completing their Colo., this week. $19.60 or 14 per cent; An E-6,

FYC. I studies at AGO, they'll report with six years, $240 basic, $25.50

Members of the Navy Jax to various other schoolsfor Three recently crowned serv- championships, soldier fives were raise or 12 per cent; An E-7 with

ice champions were automaticallyinvited for berths 16 or more $342 basic,
Sailing Club have been urged to further instructions or to authorized to compete years

attend a special meeting at 1930at fleet units for duty. to the tourney, with one through various regional AAU $53,40 raise or 19 per cent.
the entries being A lieutenant with over six
NATTCenter Chaplain'soffice. or more Army contests.

Several important itemsare selected through regional play- The high-flying Ft. Leonard years would get $445 basic, $39.40

on the agenda for discussion Navy Couple '.. offs. Wood, Mo., Hilltoppers had gained raise or a 10 per cent increase.
E.Is CONTINUE to start at $78
including the possible rental of SHEPPARD AFB Texas, 1959 a berth late last week. Others ;
sail boats and sailing events (Continued from Page 1)) Worldwide Air Force champiAn, from the Army in this week's advance to $83.20 after four

around the state coming up within The Station police in turn !is in the role of defending tit- event were not known at press months. Here are other examples,
notified the Duval by grade and time, with basic
the next few months. County patrol list. time.
and started a search right pay, amount of raise and per
away.In ServPac ij representing the The All-Marine championshipHawaii
of
cent same:
the 'meantime, David had Marines who defeatedthe
cage circusIn ,
fleet in the Denver
E-2, over two years. $108, 6.60, 7%;
Health Drive boarded a bus shortly after see- a game that was tied four San Diego MCRD, 94-82, for E-3 over two less than four years,
ing his father leave. David fU4. 7.00 6%?; F.3. over four years.
the title, are representing the 8 40, 6
times in the last four minutes, $141. %; E-4. four years $170.
(Continued from Page 1)) thinking he was boarding a Corps. (AFPS). 10.10. 1%; E-4, six years $180 12.30

has been handling the contribu- Station vehicle, got on a city Service Forces, Pacific, edged 7 Also% E5. four years $210, 2670. 15%;
DesLant, 76-73, for the All-Navy E-3. six years. $220, 2890 15%; E-6
tions of the carriers, realized a bus.AFTER Commissary Store NoticeThe eight tliaaJ2 2770, 12%; E-7.
ARRIVING In Jack- hardwood crown at Pearl Harbor with In, $300, 3370. 15%
I NAS Jax CommissaryStore Basic pay for Ensigns with two
donation of $3,609, of a goal of
sonville David wandered into
Hawaii.AS 135 will be years Is $251. with a raise of $13.88,
$5,350, with'one carrier, the USS City Hall where he found the I Building or 6%: Ensigns with four years. $314
1760, '6 four ,
THERE are no All-Army closed for inventory this Friday %; 0-2 years. $372 3660
Saratoga yet to be heard from; "file room". A Mrs. Reynoldstook 11%; 0-2. six years. $389, 3800 11%;
Lieutenant eight years $470 basic
Fleet Air Wing Eleven had a goalof him under wing and called 4880. 12%; Lieutenant 12 years, $520
.
6760, 15%
the missing Persons Bureau who
,
$785 and contributed $567 O-4s with eight years get' $489
; came over and picked him up. basic, 32.60 raise or 7%; the same
grade with ten years gets $530 basic
NAAS Mayport's goal was $250, About 2130, the Station police 46.40, 10%; Commanders 12 years.

and donated $229; NARTU' raised received a call from the Duval years.$600 6960$680., 10280 13 %;, TB Commanders%; Captains 16 18

$156 towards a $160 goal; while Patrol saying they had a five- years $840, 127.40, 17%.

Assistant Industrial Manager'sOffice year-old at the Juvenile Shelter b
and would the Gallettas 'comedown MDBS Payment Due
and Navy Recruiting Sta-
and identify him. Mutual Death Benefit Society
tion, with no established goals
The Gallettas were relieved to members are reminded that assessment -

giving $51 and $5.50 respectively. find David and lost no time in 92 is due, by April 2.

Four carriers at Mayport, par- explaining to him the differnce Positively no assessment will

ticipating under the banner of between the Station bus and the be accepted after this date.

ComFairJax, have already sent city bus.The .

in their donations. The USS An- Navy couple expressed Sharks, captured for displayat

tietam contributed $593; US S special thanks to the more than },.'iji4r'Y':;. ,' Florida's Marineland Studios,

Franklin D. Roosevelt $629; and 200 Marines and sailors who t often need artificial respiration

the USS Essex, $731. The USS participated in the search for before they're placed on exhibit.
t'
}F.r+y <.Y : ;
Lake Champlain's total contribu- David, as: well as to the NAS The sharks usually exhaust-
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tions had not been compiled by OOD and CDO, and various I IN THE GROOVE Air Force and Nary fliers combine themselves during capture and

press time. The' USS Saratoga's members, of'the Security De- efforts to test the ."Buddy Tanker" aerial refueling system. must be "walked" to force water
The F-84F Thunderstreak shown gassing-up an .F9F-8T Cougarcan
the fund drive is whose aid I their gills and start
'gift to on its partment was invalu- increase the latter striking range by 70 per cent; refuelat through
way i here, it was disclosed. aSle. higher speeds than conventional tankers. them breathing again.



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