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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: April 17, 1958
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Removal of Bottled Soft Drink_Machines Explained I


The removal of bottled soft disappearance of same. This Pieces of broken soft drink racks, but that bottles have Office said, "they offer a
drink vending machines and and failure to return bottles bottles left lying on the flight been disappearing. It wouldbe greater percentage of profitfor
their replacement with cup resulted in loss of $8,000 dur- line area have been sucked very easy for some per- the Station's recreationfund.
vending machines aboard the ing past year, which could into jet engines, causing con- sonnel to unload these empty ."
Station has been explainedby have been available to Sta- siderable damage, one offi- bottles at the corner grocery IN A FEW isolated cases
the Navy Exchange Office, tion's recreation fund. cial reported. Too, personnelhave store and obtain the refund, there have been some die-
which controls operation of 3. Hazards created by .bottles insisted on leaving emp- another official pointed out. hards who 'dislike" the new
vending machines here.A lying loose around Sta- ty bottles in .industrial areas The new cup vending ma- cup vending machines. To
combination of factors tion in working and residen- where they constituted a definite chines are proving to be a display their dissatisfactionthey
have led to this move,. offi- tial areas. hazard to life and limb. success. The price is now 5 have been unplugging
cials declared: 4. Sanitation problem cre- IT WAS POINTED out also cents per drink instead of six electric circuits, plugging the
1. FAILURE of personnel ated by thousands of bottles that the Station not only suf- and there is a choice of from coin slot, painting childish
to return empty bottlesto left lying around in build- fered a loss in recreationfund three to seven different fla- notes on the machine and
racks. ings, barracks, and other revenue when bottles vors. "The most important I otherwise causing damage to
2. Shortage of bottles by areas. were not put back into the thing," the Navy Exchange (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5))




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Given To 11 MIX




EMs Here .. .

Good news in the form of a Vol. 15 No. 52 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 17 April 1958

BuPers enlisted Notice men at came NATTCenter to seven, oi00o a r-- Bill Is Studied For

two at NAS, and two more s ;; $I Pay
attached to VAP-62's Fleet Air skfT .

Photo Lab. Namely, that they

sions.had been selected for commis- T+ Possible Benefit CutsBoth


Four chiefs and two first classat Congress and the Pentagon were reported lookingfor
NATTCenter were selectedfor places to cut the pay bill's benefits, while hoping that
the Limited Duty Programand the cuts would not be necessary, according to Army-Navy-
one chief selected for War-
Air Force Register.
rant Officer
Predictions now being done by I
r
Recipients for the LDO sta- the branches indicate that the i Now the bill carries two sys-
tus at NATTCenter were Robert ts
jQ .Q.M. r tems.
cost may be higher than the De-
Sause, GFC, Richard Martyniak, .,
AQC, James Dowling, AEC, Ed- fense Department's $668-million The services and the Pentagonmay
estimate said the Register. One
,
ward Miller, AE1, Charles agree to accept the least
Hayes, GFC, and James Tripp, .3 k.f3yy estimate was $683-million. expensive model. This would bf.
AO1. William Buckalew, AKC, THIS MEANS, according to the advance in grade system
K
was selected for Warrant.At the Register, that some way will rather than the P-l, P-2, P-3
NAS, A. C. Thomas, ACC, s have to bo found to make up system put in the bill by Kilday
was selected for the LDO pro- the differences between that figure committee.IT .
gram and Ira S. Clark, MRC, and the $518-million cost of
..... SEEMS that studies already
downtown Shore Patrol, for -- '''- the Defense Department bill.
Warrant. Thomas has since been RECEIVING AWARDS Members of the NAS Jax Marine A delay in putting the bill made show, as usual, the larg-
Barracks brig detail received awards recently after successfully est savings can be made by
transferred. completing Marine Corps Institute corrective service into effect would save money small amount from
Harry Boomer, PHC, was correspondence courses. Shown receiving an award from this year, but would throw a chipping a
among those selected for LDO Comdr. Robert H. Smith NAS Jax executive officer (second larger share of the cost on the the lower grades where there
from Fleet commands and Theo- from""right) is T/Sgt. Pershing Lambert. At far right is Lcdr next fiscal year.A are more pay envelopes to trim.
Joseph McGlolhlin Station brig officer.
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) high Defense Department This would, of course, be an
spokesman was quoted in the unpopular move for either the
VA-176 VA-106 Secure Register as saying he expects if Administration pr the Congress.

Route ChangedBy the cost of the bill does tower Another area being discussedfor
over the $518-million, Defenseis trimming is the six per-cent
Station Bus Early Gunnery Meet LeadsJaxarea going tq wait for Congressto increase for retired persons. This
make the adjustment by appropriating was not in the original Defensebill
Effective April 21, the Na-
vy Station bus route will be squadrons fared well in opening day competition more money. but was added by the House

changed to include Enterpriseavenue Monday in the Third Annual Naval Air Weapons Meetat ON THE OTHER hind, the Kilday committee.The .
NAAS El Centro Calif. as VA-176 and VA-106 shot their
instead of Birmingham lawmakers will want justification retiree increase seems assured
into early leads in air-to-ground firing.VA106 expense.
avenue. way" v of every additional for the present, continuedthe
The bus will turn right off home-based at Cecil late Mountain Gunnery Range.. Some effort could be made to Register, due to the fact
Birmingham to McFarland Field, 'flew its Cougars in fine caused postponement of air-to- absorb part of the cost. the states where a great many
street, left off McFarland to style firing rockets and nose can- service live
air firing on Monday. One of the spots being eyed retired people now
Enterprise, and proceed to nons at ground targets to pile Attack bombing I and all.. for trimming is the system of are strongly represented in Con-

Allegheny road. up 1,756 points. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) proficiency pay for enlisted men. gress.
Regular bus stops have NAS JAX.BASED VA-176led

been established throughoutthe by Comdr. P. C. Stanley, scored ." .., '
route and the bus will 1,640 points to lead air-to-
stop only at these designatedstops. ground competition among pro-
peller-driven units.
Heavy clouds over the Choco-


I Ammo'Facility at Yell/ low Water


Construction of a new ammu- i p
nition storage facility at the tures will i include weapons V ? .L

Yellow Water" Gunnery area 12 maintenance, battery charging,
miles from Jax on Florida State spray paint, locker and utility, I
Road 228, has been announced.The insert processing, guard house, o
storage facility will spring sentry post, administration
buildings, a 200-man barracks,
)for-merly mess hall and vehicle and con- >. .

nery range during World War tainer storage sheds.

II, the announcement said. En- No estimate of the cost for left executive officer of
OUTSTANDING' DUTY PERFORMERS Lcdr. J. A. Homyak. ( )
trance to the area is directly the project was given. Esti- VA-44, awarded letters of commendation to squadron personnel recently. The awards were
across the main gate to NAS mated completion date is Sep- given for outstanding performance of duty while embarked on the USS Roosevelt in the
Cecil Field. tember 1959. Mediterranean. Front row left to right, are: R. J. Stauffer, ATI E. J. Cavanaugh, AE1
Watson, AD3 R. L. Poslel. AN C. Martin, AM3- J. W. Lotito,
Public Works Office at NAS W. C. Jackson, AE3: J. E. ;
Plans call for 21 high explo- SAN, and P. R. Simmonds, AD2. Rear. H. S. Pierson. ATC J. W. Pearson ADC H. W. Pinker-
sive magazines, roads, railroads, Cecil Field will be in chargeof ton. AEC G. N. Frlddle. AMI S. E. LaFarge ADI A. A. Field ADI: J. L. Harris, ADZ:
and utilities. Fourteen struc- construction for the project. M. F. Arenburgh AOl and G. Szelak. ADC.



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17 April
Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS igsg


-- Civilian Blood Day VA-44, VA-176, VF-22, Fasron 6 Report


J'fI S Slated WednesdayThe -I I :

Civilian Blood Donor Day Scouting Squadrons ;
-AS. lM.'beaYlUe scheduled for yesterday has been
8 pt. Klllott W. Parish Jr. ... .. .. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert U. Smith ...:? ::.. .:..:::M..:.::::::. :::..:::::::::::::.: ... Kxecutiv OfficerCommander postponed to next Wednesday, I I '
team for a challenge
flt A.Ir lacbolarill. VA-44 match.
Sear Adm. Wendell a. Swltxer .. April 23.Civilian.
C pt. S. S.: Setter. Jr ........ .. ..: ::::.::":: :::::":.:.:::::::::' ..: : ':' Chief of Staff to A shipping over ceremony was Congratulations to the follow.
3t! XI Wing terse donors will report 44. ing Cavaliers: Ambrose
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .... .. ....... ....... ........ .... ......... CommanderChief 8 begin held this week at "Fighting" Sopko- ]
Building
Capt. Thorn S. White ................. ........... .M...._......... : Staff Officer the Dispensary, Comdr. T. R. Sedell, commanding wiak, AK1, to be promoted to J

Capt. Chart L. Moorsaval....,.. _.cla.oal..lraining. ..c.-.. ...... Commanding Officer ning at 0830. officer, administered the AKC effective in June; George 1
Comdr. Wilfred K. Fleihraan ..'..Ravel:.::::::::::::hospital::::::::: ... ::::: Executive Officer Only type A and O blood is oath to James Hedden, AM3. Cropp ADC, on his recent four 4

'Capt. Alton C. Abtraethjr .. .. ....-. ..... .... .. ......... .. Commanding Officer needed. / Hedden has been with the year reenlistment, and Ronald '
Capt. Marcy Shupp ".'.. Executive OfficerCot&R&MfcGDQhf Donors should not eat fatty AN
iiiiri ; squadron since May 1957. Lundgren, on his recent
Capt Norman O. Anderson Officer foods immediately prior to giving addedto I marriage in Chicago, Ill.
Comdr. William 1:. Hardy ExecuUv* Officer Five new names were
blood. the roster of pilots this week.A I Welcome aboard to Lt. C. B.
Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jadotoqyfllfs Florida This is the second blood donor
at no expense to the government and In compliance wtth NAVKXO8 P-39 cordial welcome is extendedto Crockett and Ernest Malboeut,
Rev. Nov. 1949. Distributed free of charge to military and crrUUa personnel day of this year for civilian Lt. Jo- YN3.
.f Fleet Air Jackaonvllle. Naval Air SUtion. Naval Air Technical: Tralnlnc aboard the Station. Lcdr. Leslie Hughes,
Naval Center Hospital.Fleet Air Wine 11. Naval. Air Reserve Tralnmf Unit and the U. S. employees seph Rodgers, Lt. Carl Rochester Our sincere hopes for a speedy

Service Information Officer .. .... .. Lcdr. I. F.KlrUUhter. Jr. Lt (jg) James Brooks, Lt. recovery of ?shipmate Arthur
Ass't. Sit Andrew H Planey Octupi at Marineland are '
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter* Jack Botmae. PHI; John IsbeB. to make half their bodies (jg) Louis Carson and Ensign Van Nostrand"nMl, recently injured -
JOSh; Ben Sylar SN; Mary Ann Xirchner, SN; Staff Photographer Jim known Sam Hawkins. In an automobile accident
Pico e. fO3. dark while the other half remains .
The Jax Air News U a member of the Armed Forces Prey Service. Passing out cigars this week *
Material appartnf In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is white and have changedthe
riven. Photograph, unless otherwise credited, are official U. 8. Navy paotogr.pnee color and pattern of ,their were Paul Weitz, a new Lieu- Fasron Six

Editorial offices located la Room 2M. Main AdralnUtraUan BuUdin .Phone skin to match their background. tentant, and Leslie Hughes, anew Parking space is getting scarce
extension MM. U4C., XT1 or HI. I Lieutenant-Commander. around Fasron Six with the

addition of 28 officers from decommissioned

VA176A squadrons VA-45,

recent whirlwind week a- VA-175 and VF171.All .

I! board the USS Roosevelt, sand- were transferred to Fasron

-I s wiched between target times, Six pending their assignment to
netted VA-176 133 carrier land- other units. A cordial welcomeis

ings, including 49 night landings.Led extended to all during their

by CAG-17, Comdr. G. E. stay with us.

}fib Miller and the new "Thunder- A hearty welcome aboard also

;: bolt" skipper, Comdr. D. C. goes to the following AA's reporting -

Stanley, five pilots were basic from Receiving Stationin

qualified and 17 chalked up the Norfolk: L. Charlton; J. W.

required amount of refresher I Bird; D. W. Orcutt; E. E. Dea-

landings. ton; F. S. Magallanez P. R.,

Now that the gunnery teamis Huerd; A. J. Frei; J. A. Roach-

off for California, we can take ell, and D. D. Tabor.Congratulations .

f :f time to officially welcome new officers
siaw wM go to two
"Thunderbolt" members.
newly promoted-Lt. Jim
Heading the list is chief C. E.
Kent and Ltjg) Jim Bowden.
Riddle reporting aboard from
,
When will the wetting down
Argentia, Nfld. ,
party be, fellows?
Other newcomers are: Donald I
l _
Alton, AE3; Thomas Brown, AT3;
r i Thomas Brown, AT3; Edward Atom Seaplane Problems

.. .. ....... .-.....<... ...... .. ......- .. -- .- Clark, AM3; John McQuaide, Undergo Navy Lab Tests
PORT LYAUTEY BOUND-Comdr. Nicholas Brango (on ladder) commanding officer of AD3; MofTatt Wall, AN; Robert Tests are being held in a
Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four, bids goodbye as he and crew leave for Port Lyautey Friedewrekh, AN; Robert Monse, which
Philadelphia
laboratory
along with more than 50 other officers and men from VW4. The detachment: of two Super AA, and Ralph Burdick, AA.
.
I' Constellations will fly weather reconnaissance for the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The Congratulations go to five new may provide answers to many
detachment: will be relieved later this month by two more crews who'll take over for the final problems encountered in buildingthe
two weeks of the deployment.President"s Ltjg( )s. They are; Sam Storey, Navy's first atom-powered
Bob Gilkison, Ron Hyde, Dick
seaplane, the Navy has an
Committee Here Lubberstedt and Jim Fordice.
nounced.
MDBS Payments Due
VF-22 Aim of this research is to develop
Mutual Death Benefit Society -
Policy Committee Calls members are reminded The Cavaliers of Fighter materials to withstand

Squadron 22 report continued heat and radiation effects which
that assessment No. 93 is pay
Station Visit Success able during the period of progress in their training cycle. would exist in an atompoweredplane.

April 17-May 1. They're finally beginning to feelat .
# home on the beach after their
Positively n o assessmentwill Weight limitations prohibituse
"Very, gratifying." be accepted after the nine month Mediterreancruise. of conventional heavily-

That in a nutshell sums up the findings of three members closing date. shielded. nuclear reactors as

of the President's Committee on Government Employment The noontime volleyballers are. used in atomic subs.
Policy following their visit to the Naval Air Station
rapidly rounding into shape, although The Navy hopes to have an

Monday.The trio. in discussing the pro- the difference between prejudice I reluctant the to officers field a still appear I' operational nuclear seaplane
and bank and and discrimination said this complete system in 1964-65.
gram and policy as outlined un- yer, president, :
--
der executive order 10590 (Reg- one-time delegate to the United "Everyone has prejudices of some -

ulations of President's Committee Nations; Arthur McCoy, Civil sort. Prejudice is a feeling from

on Government Employment Service Commission's represen- the heart toward an individualor .,,: -

Policy) found their Jacksonville tative on the committee, a man an issue; discrimination is ':.' '

audience of 50 top Station supervisors of vast governmental experience, keeping an individual from advancement -

not only receptive but and Dr. Ross Clinchy, executive from employment, or
responsive. director, a doctor of social otherwise hinder his employ-

MEETING WITH employeesof science.IN ment in any way, as a result of

Federal establishments on the ANSWER to queries, the his race, color, religion or national -

supervisory level for the first committee told of 11 different origins. 'Y},G,:;44 4A }. ;r.f,'}S';, }..''F.,

time, the committeemen got an categories of complaints filed "Discrimination destroys maxi-

earful of how NAS Jax has set with the committee. The largest mum potential of the employeeas

the pattern in following the block, some 89 percent, repre- well as that of his employer.

principles of the Policy. sented complaints by Negroes: This nation is in desperate need

Local supervisors, after hear- who felt they were discriminated of every man it can get to man

ing an inspiring message of intent against; the other 11 percentwas its jnachinery. We must have

and purposes of the Em- divided among complaints maximum potential of manpower -

ployment Policy from Archibald involving color, religion, and national in order to keep our strengthand

Carey, Jr., chairman of the origin. leadership in the world today -

President's Committee, posed actual The committee was quick to ," said Dr. Carey.
cases involving the policy point out that 80 percent of

and their particular steps in these cases were resolved by
'And so, I told her that we
handling them.In the local agencies.
would married in the
addition, the supervisorstossed To clarify the issue, it was get sum- s 4 b 'Jf E 3i
In some pertinent ques- stressed that the committee is mer. p4 T l

tions and explained problems concerned only with cases and "July? i
covering the nondiscriminationpolicy. complaints of discrimination in 'No, I meant it." of EMPLOYMENT POLICY CONFERENCE Frank Wood
Supply Department, one of the 50 supervisors sitting in on
government employment as a the conference with
The committee was composedof result of race, color, religionand One mortician advertises: "Use dent's Committee on the Government three visiting members of the Presia -
Employment Policy, tosses
Archibald Carey, chairman, national origin. our layaway plan. Pay now sion few in questions the ,. the group during Monday's two-hour ses-
who is a Chicago minister law- DR..,CAREY in explaining the Go later." were OStR Auditorium. The members of the committee
very gratified" with their announced.
visit here, they

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Certificates Go



To 14 Grads of /: ./' ', / \ rl1

FAW-11 School \ ,

L( iw P '
. b' (Maintidt and NAT FCnster
Capt. D. E. Macintosh Commander
-
. movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday -
Fleet Air i
Wing
Sunday and holiday,{
o Eleven, recently awarded certificates -
1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital mo-
e of completion to 14
pit
daily. 1900.)
r enlisted graduates 0 f the -
d Wing Radio School. Thursday, April 17
Mainside In the Money
t The ceremony culminated 12
(Comedy) with Huntz Hall and
weeks of intensive training to
Stanley Clements. Also, Whoa
;1.
these
prepare men as prospective -
ft radio operators in patrol- Begone.
NATTCenter Man from
type aircraft.
God's Country (color western)
Y Honor in the class
man with with George Montgomery and
If an average of 3.80, was S. G.
,. Susan Cummings. Also, Legendof
Pursell ATAN of Patrol
Squadron El Dorado.
t. 18.Running.
Hospital Little Hut (color

a 'close second was drama) with Ava Gardner and

e H. O. Jacob, AT3, also of Patrol David Niven. Also, Texas Tom.

Squadron 18. FAW-11 RADIO SCHOOL GRADUATES-Pictured are members of the latest graduating Friday April 18
e The school is directed Lcdr. class of the Fleet Air Wing Eleven radio school. Front row, left to right are: Lcdr. C. E. Davis,
by officer-in-charge F. D. Morton, ATAN} J. Riconda: AT3j A. Zerinque, ATANr B. L. Baker, Mainside Pursuit of the
''j. C. E. Davis, Fleet Air Wing ATAN; P. O. Watt AN. K. L. Mons. ATAN P. F. Lamoe ATAN) B. A. Sessions, RM1, Grafspee (color war story) with
Eleven Communications Officer. instructor and E. J. O'Steen, RMC, instructor. Rear, J. C. Roberson, AT3; D. H. Latimer, John Gregson and Anthony
Instruction and daily operation ATAN; S. G. Pursell ATAN; M. C. Dub AN, H. O. Jacob AT3; H. B. Knight ATN3, Quayle.

n o of the school is in the hands and D. M. Riley ATAN. NATTCenter-In the Money.

of E. J. O'Steen RMC and B.
e Hospital Man From God'sCountry.

r A. Sessions, RM1. Trenchy' Trades Defense Reorganization To .
Next class is expected to con- Saturday April 19

vene this Monday. Beach Togs For Mainside Jets
Thundering
0
Snow Shovel Face Fight on Capitol HillRep. (drama) with Dick Foran and

n Calendar year 1958 will have Rex Reason. Also, Bum Steer.

"I. the shortest summer on record Paul Kilday's House Armed Services subcom- NATTCenter Pursuit of the

,. rtr '.sn.r v3' v,>. t 4 S G DM2, of ComFairJax, whose time on President Eisenhower's plan for revamping the De- Hospital-In the Money.

dreams of warm sunny bea- fense Department.The Kiddiee Matinee (Mainside-

ches end today as he departsfor plan was, as Navy Times Pillars In The Sky (color
with military service. President drama) with Jeff Chandler and
snow-laden Argentia, said, greeted all the "en-
Eisenhower has previously been Malone. Also Horse's
Dorothy ,
n Newfoundland. thusiasm a steer gets when it
R "Looks like I'll have to hits the slaughterhouse floor." rebuffed in efforts to permit Tail and Socko In Morrocco.

1n trade my golf clubs for a KILDAY SAID after the pro- transferring officers from one Sunday, April 20

snow shovel," he jokingly told posal was revealed, "The appro- : service to another. Mainside Country Music

friends 'early this week. He priation of almost two-thirds of From the Navy standpoint, according Holiday (musical) with Rocky

has been with ComFairJaxFlag the total national budget to one to Navy Times, thereare Graziano and June Carter. Also,
Administrative Unit since a lot of "unofficial" fears. Fistic Mystic.
official of government will require -
One is that it lose controlof NATTCenter Thundering i
January, 1954."Frenchy" the strongest possible jus- may -
a as he's popularly tification to sustain it." Polaris, which is probably the I Jets.
known to everyone in Build- brightest spot on the deterrent Hospital-Pursuit of the Graf-
h Defense Secretary Neil F. Mc-
ing One, until his transfer weapon horizon. spee.
. Elroy was quoted as saying the
,.yg served as Vice President of McElroy said it is conceivablethat Monday, April 21
IN NEW POST-A veteran the PO club and was a mem- Eisenhower reorganization Polaris submarines mightbe Mainside Reach For The Sky

d. of 16 years Naval service, ber of the Composite Recrea- would, in effect, produce a transferred to Strategic Air (Air Force drama) with Ken-
} Lcdr. Theodore Payne, who recently single chief of staff.
_
Command control under the
tion Committee.A pro- neth Moore and Lee Patterson.
reported aboard is the
new NAS Jax Security Officer, veteran of 10 years ser- The "single staff" would actually posed reorganization. This is nota 1900 only.

'. taking over from Ma). Louis vice, Lariviere and his family be four or five men, Including popular possibility in Navy NATTCenter Country Mu-

d Sartor. will report to Receiving Sta- the CNO, the chiefs of : circles, Navy Times astutely sic Holiday. t

h tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. for fur- staff of the Army and Air Force, added. Hospital Thundering Jets.

d Lcdr. Payne Is ther transfer to Naval Station, the JCS chairman, and the Ma- I Tuesday, April 22

Argentia. rine Corps Commandant when Florida Man Tops Class Mainside Wild i Heritage

' Marine Corps matters were un- (drama color) with Will Rogers,
't New Security der consideration, McElroy con- At AO (A) GraduationEdward Jr. and Maureen O'Sullivan..AI-

'IS Seamen Can tended. Cruse, AOAA, of so, Droolers Delight and Robin-
Officer Here CONGRESS, jealous of its Hastings, Fla., grabbed top hon- son-Basilio fight.Schweitzer.

rights in providing funds to De- ors in last week's graduation at
n Lcdr. Theodore Payne is thee Learn Knots fense, will be slow in givingup the Aviation Ordancemen School
, NAS Jax Security Officer Film
new ,
any control of the budget. Class A at NATTCenter.Cruse .
taking over the reins from Maj.
WayExcluding is also hesitant about who entered the Navyin
- Louis Sartor, Marine Barracks Easy Congress Tickets on Sale
commanding officer, in a cere- passing any laws which wouldin Aug. 1957, will report ,to VP-
mony last week. members of the any way result in a single 5, NAS Jax for duty. "Albert Schweitzer", which i
the Award the
won Academy as
Prior to his new duty station, NAS Jax Operations Boathouse :r :+ :nf:1rr: : : ;r,f':: :':! :'t1: 'f.r.1m'fm! : : %kYyy:: :::kyY :!.,r.a.<"if1t?:;. r.-t'fit'ft.rm''tx:: !' : ::; ""J". best documentary film of 1957,
.4:'frk2Y: :f ,:y:1: ,:#:r.::di: :
attached Division it could be that the
Lcdr. Payne was to :: ;rr ..,
:f} '': ; will be shown April 29-May 1
VU-6 at NAS Norfolk, servingas tying of various Navy knots '3:
at the San Marco Theatre, the
small drone controller. would stump most of us.
All Saints Chapel Women'sGuild
NAS Jax is not new to the
Boathouse however
The crew, of NAS has announced.
new Security Officer, who serv-
this knot-
are "old salts" at
Tickets which 80 cents
are
ed a tour here as operations officer brand four-
tying game. A new for
VA-175. .1 for adults and 60 cents
of
by-six knot board hanging from r. children may be obtained at
Between duties with VU-6 and

VA-175, Lcdr. Payne spent four the there overhead is an in indication the bosn's of locker the ) the Mrs.Guild Curtis meeting extension or by 503 calling
or
and a half years at sea. this
by
knowledge possessed
the Chaplain's office, extension
I A veteran of 16 years Naval
group. from the sales
425. Proceeds
entered the
service, Lcdr. Payne
Navy through the NavCad pro- THE BOARD was made dur- will be used to further philan-

gram. He was commissioned Ensign ing spare time hours of the thropic work of the United
i in 1944.Observations. Boathouse crew, according to f ; r Church Women with which the

J George Schuster, BM1, who said NAS Women's Guild is affili-

. made at Marine- the task took over 40 hours and ated.

land, Florida, indicate that even approximately two weeks. "The Red River of Life", a

the most hungry octupus will On the board are 39 different Moody Bible Institute film will
recoil from the stinging tentaclesof be presented at the Chapel Wo-
kinds of knots, all of whichare
1 the beautiful flower-like men's Guild meeting April 21
anemone. used by Navymen.NAS at the Chapel Activities Building

AND NATTCenter per- _.nmn.n_.._.. ._.._n..mm.n .....m..__.._._........ __' ,w .V T _."._ 722.
At Florida's Marine Studios, sonnel who go up for Seaman KNOW THEIR KNOTS R. V. Sullivan BMSN, (left)
the oldest living porpoise born rates are checked out on the and George Schuster BML of the NAS Jax Boathouse, are The WF-2 Tracer provides the
anywhere in the various knots on the board with shown with the 'new knot board which they organized and fleet with information on im-
in captivity
laid out with aid of other Boathouse members. The board,
world was 11 years old this sessions held Tuesdays from which hangs in the bosn's locker, was made during off-hour pending attack by enemy air and

year. 1300 to 1500. of the crew. Can you name all the knots? sea forces.



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I IUp
Pap AX AIR NEWS 17 April 1958

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The Navy' To Cancel


LADDER Planned RIF of


With Civilians 250 OfficersThe


(Periodically, the Jax Air i Navy has announced plans
News in cooperation with the to cancel impending reserve officer -

Industrial Relations Departmentwill rifs and says no officersin

list various promotions reserve category will be riffed -

Naval Air Station personnel). in fiscal year 1959, accordingto

On the promotion roster re- Army-Navy-Air Force Reg- 1
ster.i -
cently were 24 employees, 15
Secretary of the Thomas
from Overhaul and Repair Department Navy
Gates indicated last that
five from Public Works January
three from Supply Departmentand the Navy had plans to rif 250 c : i.
reserve officers but he was ask-
one from Miscellaneous.
ed by a House Armed Services
Promoted at O& R were subcommittee to halt the action.

Martha Achenbach, aircraft Sec. Gates said he would examine f>
fabric worker third h
step to
the situation. Cancella- 4oa.
upholsterer first step; Garland ti ion of the expected riffings has

Alexander, supervisory clerk now been ordered by Vice Adm.II. .

GS-5 to assistant production con- P. Smith, Chief of Naval Per- a
trolman (aircraft mechanicsmotor sonnel. .
( ) first step; Mark Brazell, GUIDE CIVILIAN TOASTMASTERS Past president Don Moran third from left) hands
machinist third step to assistant The announced involuntary releases orer gavel to Rod Pinney, newly elected president of the Navy Civilian Toastmaiier., as
had been causing quite other officials look on. Left to right are Walt StanuL administrative Tice-prefldenl Melvin
production controlman (machinist a stir in Congress. Hawker, treasurer Moran Pinney; Bill Clearman educational Tice.pmidenl. and Dick Silber- f
) second step; Walter Buczek, Armed Services committee nagle. wrgeant-at-arms. Missing is Tad Wilkinson. secretary. The club is one of three Toastmaster -
guard supervisor GS-4 to assist- branches aboard the Station.
members had asked the Penta-
ant production controlman aircraft
( -
to halt the which
gon program
mechanic general) first had been ;' f :Y.':: :': .. .._
started with the
large Increased Missile Atomic
step. ; \., 4 t' ,
manpower cuts ordered by former ..t. Y.r
Frederick Carr, machinist third I Defense Secretary Charles 1"4.Y '
step to assistant production con E. Wilson. Planned ." \
Training By NavyThe
trolman (machinist) second step; The Army and Air Force at

Ben Cody, laborer third step to that time said they planned no {'

packer first step; James Cundy, further rifs while the Navy went Navy has announced plans to step up training in Z .

aircraft mechanic (general) thirdto ahead with plans to dump the the guided missile, nuclear propulsion and atomic weapons ..!.ttj...:i'\): ....,.;,':;:
assistant production control 250 Reserve officers.At fields during the next fiscal year according; to Navy Times. j;:, .. "..." .
:j;'"';\ t ;;.
;man (aircraft mechanic general) the same time, the Pentagon Further plans call for more l .' .- 'A
second step; Gloria Darwin i ic sent to. Congress a Term officers getting post-graduate Naval PersonneL ,,,

1 e r k-stenographer, GS-3 to Retention Contract Bill which training and sending an addi- Adm. Smith and other high- j WKSWR11; !\ : *
clerk-stenographer GS-4; Willie was presumably to give insurance tional number of top-notch EMsto ranking officials testified on the irp: :; : :;

Dobbs, aircraft mechanic motor to Reserve officers against college during fiscal 1959. Navy's budget request for fiscal With 'TheToastmasters

third step to assistant production Involuntary release. THE NAVY'S emphasis on 1959 before the House Appropri-

controlman aircraft me The committee staff pointed training for officers and EMs ations Subcommittee.The .

chanic motor second step; David out several areas in the bill during the new fiscal year was Navy's personnel strengthis

Everington, equipment specialist t which contained large loopholes outlined' to Congress by Vice being reduced by 15,000 to Foster .,'
toast-
George
aeronautical GS-7 to assistant and the bill was withdrawn. Admiral H. P. Smith, Chief of an active duty strength of 630- "Curley"
mastered the 74th
of
production controlman aircraftmechanic ,.. ._ 000 officers and men for next meeting
motor first step. r. : .,: year. the Mar-Navy Easy 7 Toast-
masters last Thursday at the CPO
Walter Farwell, production THE DOWNWARD trend in
dispatcher third step to assistant Navy personnel strength means Club. ,
production controlman metal- L ; that the service is operating Highlighting the evenini'sprogram
ships and stations were speeches by Bill
smith aviation first step; Alton "at less than
Fryer Jr., supervisory industrial their optimum efficiency," stated Hall, orating on "Toastmasters,
What It Has Done For Me"
Richard Jackson ;
engineer, GS-11 to supervisory assistant secre-
of the Dave Allen, "This Is My Life";
industrial engineer GS-12; Mar- tary Navy for Personneland
Roy Evenson, "This Is The Tree
ian Garrett, secretary (stenography Retired Forces.
) GS-4 to secretary Adm. Smith said the warship- That Grew In Brooklyn" and

(stenography) GS-5; A r vie manning level would remain at Bob Gelles, "Public Relations".

Greene, aircraft fabric worker 80 per cent below wartime com- Topic master Al Schiller creat-

third step to upholsterer first plements. He noted that at least ed, a lively discussion on."How

step; and Austin Griswold, helper one of the fleets was now below the atom bomb, the hydrogen

| aircraft mechanic general! the 80 per cent level. He did and cobalt bombs will affect our

third step to packer second step. not identify the fleet.Classified. children". Dick Murphy was assisted -

Advanced at Public Workswere by Don Muller, Al Schil

Oscar Felder, laborer heavy ler, Ralph Davies and Hank
Shuster in the evaluations.Paul .
third step to helper roofer first ,
step; John Lewis, laborer heavy : Sepulvado was "er" coun-
i ; .,. For Rent ter,' with
,
second step to helper roofer first : ., Larry McLeod and

step; Jacob Pressley, laborer __ >fit( : 1 ,}:.: 5-Rm furn. House. Bet. Cecil Lou Shimnaski as timers.
: Ie' Field & Mainside. 7222 BalforDr.
heavy third step to helper roofer I. I
first step; David Washington, i ,1' .':: EV-8-7789. Grady.
.
2-3 Bdrms. 3602 Oak
St.
EV-
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laborer heavy third step to helper : _
roofer first step; and Essie .., 4. 9-5354. Johnson. $8.00 Wk.

Williams, laborer heavy third CPO BARRACKS COMFORT The rooms in the NAS 6-Rm Furn. Home. Avail. until
. step to helper roofer first step. Jax Chief Petty Officers' Barracks are comfortably fixed up. July 7. 3733 Ortega Blvd. $125
with the chiefs decorating them to suit particular tastes. This Mo. EV-9-1709. Hillyer.
Promoted at Supply Depart- one, 'for example is representative of others throughout the i For Sale
ment were Floyd Barnes Jr., building. Relaxing at home are J. T. "Scotty" Gordon CDC. 3-Bdrm Home. 4363 Da Vinci
supervising purchasing a g e n t (left) and John Starr BMC. (Venetia .
)
Equity and
take
GS-9 to procurement officer GS- up Thursday, April 17 Dancing
10; Jack Fisher, stockman third Lt competition, and by being a low payt's or refinance FHA. class, with Pat McMasters, 2100-
step to supervisory general sup- (jg) Keating member of, "Fighting" 44's five EV-4-3444.3-Bdrm. Ch. Hinesley. I 2200. Also, Swim and Splash
House.
man bombing team that won 4333 GaribaldiAve. Party at YMCA
ply clerk GS-8 and Jake Oates, coed.
supervisory stock control clerk Bids GoodbyeTo second place honors among all $13,500. EV42898. Whita- Friday, April 18 NAS Orchestra -
light attack jet squadrons in the ker after 6 p.m.
GS-5 to supervisory clerk GS-8. Dance, 2000.
Advanced in Miscellaneouswas Old Mates Navy last year. 3-Bdrm Home. (Venetia). 4133 Saturday, April 19 Meet
Nisida Pic. FHA.
Evelyn Champa, appropri- Lt (jg) Keating, 1954 gradu- Comdr. Coulter. EV-7-3017. your pals at the USO.
ation accounting clerk GS-3 "Fighting" Attack Squadron 44 ate of the Naval Academy, 'hasserved Sunday, April 20 1045, Off
Comptroller Department to ap- will say goodby to one ,of its as line officer, ordnance 3-Bdrm Home. (Holly OaksForest to church of your choice; 1730,
propriation accounting clerk 1 most outstanding pilots tomorrow officer, assistant maintenance officer ). 15 min. to Mayporl Vespers and refreshments by-

GS-4 Comptroller Department. (Friday). safety officer, and landing and dwntn Jax. $18,500. Avail. Riverside Presbyterian Church;

Lt (jg) Jack Keating leaves signal officer while with VA-44. May 1. RA42103. Mrs. Cofer. 2000, -Movie "Redhead From Wyoming -

"Did your watch stop when it for duty with VA-72 in Oceana, 2-Bdrm Home. 2814 Ionic Ave. ."

hit the floor?" Va., after more than 29 months $12,200. $1,250 dwn. $6? Mo.
"Sure, did you expect it to go with the Hornets. Desire to start car pool with open for inspection Sun. 2-5 or at Jax. Have 16 mos. obligatedsea
'or two others to drive call for appoint. EV91603.
one alternate
duty left.
on through? My squadron goes
While with VA-44, Lt. (jg) Foerster.
Keating distinguished himself by days from Jax Bch. to on 4 mos. cruise irf August. If
Miscellaneous
Special new shade for April- winning three individual Navy NAS. CH-9-5184. Cavanaugh, interested contact Richard Muel-

income tax blues. "E's" in fleet-wide bombing. AE1 (VA-44). whose Swap squadron wanted with is home any based AEI3 ler Francisco, AEI3,,VA-196 Calif. c/o FPO, San



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.) 19S8 JAX AIR NEWS PIIIOS


STRIKES Here's Poop On



SPARES Major league

Pennant Races *

SPLITSVP5
I With crystal ball unclouded

Ij sits alone atop the Main-. by sentimentality and with
30-30 optics gazing ahead to
j side Intramural American bowling -I
league, having shared honors World Series time, Jax Air

I! 1. last week with VP-18 and Corn- News editors forecast the an-

rf' S Fair-Jax, who now hold second nual major league pennantraces.

::S n and third places in that order. .

I 5555. VP-5 sports 37 wins and 11 Just to be different, how a-

losses, VP-18 has 30 victories bout the New York Yankeesto

'u: along with 10 defeats while win the American League

..Q ComFair-Jax: turned in a 33-15 flag? You see, it's ,not difficultto

mark. pick a pennant winner.

VW-4 No. 1 still leads the SOURCES CLOSE to the scene

National League posting 34- say the Yankee brass is more

I 9V4 followed by second place optimistic than usual this spring.In .

VAH-1 No. l's 36-12 record. midst of a great rebuilding
t
SI Fasron Six is in the number program, the Detroit Tigers

three slot with a 35-13 tally. should slip into second place.

r, n..... ....._ '" "V VP-5 captured high set honors Addition of Billy Martin will aid
.. SWING IS THE THING The future Sam Sneads and with a 2617 average.Cooks the cause. *
Y4' Patty Bergs of NATTCenter watch intently during golf lessons
here in the Air News
'ENNIS TEAM conducted by NAS Jax pro Jack Harvey as he shows correct From ,
procedure of playing ball on the fairway. NATTCenter personnel staff differs as to finale finishes
[IN CLOSE WIN l again this year have the opportunity to receive free EnteredIn with some putting Chicago third
- links lessons. Classes are each Tuesday and Thursday at 1630 and Cleveland (??) fourth.
- ThejJax Navy tennis team at the golf course.Crackerjax.
IM Softball Others have Boston in show spot
I registered its third win by
II
I and Chicago fourth.

!I Saturday'downing Davidson at the College Fifth ,and 5-4 Prep For Play at CenterAction BOSTON HEADS the second

division with one faction with
I Perry Sts. courts.
in the NATTCenter intramural the Indians given the same position -
H Filer'ace Dick Gaskill paced -

I hit I mates with an opening Slate Sans Head TutorCandidates softball league got* un-' on the other ballots.

'6-1, 8-3: win over Davidson's derway last Monday with a full Kansas City and Baltimore

Dave Pearsall.I slate of games being played. split the nod for sixth and sev-

! I '$ Other\: Jax Navy winners in for the 1958 edition of the Jax Navy Waves With the entry .of the Navy- enth places with Washington an

I singlesj included Walt Shaw, Crackerjax softball squad are undergoing almost daily drillsat Marine cooks into action, eight overwhelming choice for the

I II O- ;t 6-O victor over Harry the Waves diamond with an eye to a rugged schedule of teams are competeing in the dump.

Broomeand Bob Tripp, who tilts. double round.!robin affair Against the Yanks in the Ser-

Orr in softball Monday night's activity saw ies will be Milwaukee and Los
upended i Doug a three Entering a new sea- of
last year's wars, Judy Boz-
set'ifrnatch. son, the Crackorjax are hopingfor man. Her backstop should be the Storekeepers of AK School Angeles. The pickers couldn't

,j'''MerljSellers and Tripp captured further athletic honors to newcomer Charlotte Moulton. taking the measure of the cooks, decide on a unified front.

{ doubles win to gain follow in the heels of the Other returnees, in additionto 7-6, with Santos Gonzales doing There are those who say LA,

the,victory for Jax Navy after basketball combine that won theWomen's Sayatovich, are thirdyearstar the hurling for the winners. with a powerful pitching staff

t- Gaskill[and Tom Hamilton Regional this past win- Carolyn Johnson and sopho- The Missies of NAWS School and change of scenery, will take

of had f posted a triumph to put. ter. more Betty Searcy. and the Marine Aviation Detach- all the marbles.
'
locked into battle
ment tight
till. thelFliers ahead. STANDING IN the path of Promising newcomers arc Ma- a ANOTHER FACTION believesin
with the Missies getting the nod,
Hl Xt'tilt for Jax is
' Navy the Crackerjax' success, how- ry Ann Sooy, Irene Wills, Judy the Milwaukee cause, declar-
0s i jAprill25 at the U. of Florida, ever, are several things that Swigert, Shirley Owen, Pat Ar- 8-7. Tommie Thompson handled ing the brewery city boys are

jpnly;club to hand the Fliers must be hurdled before start /nien, Joy Hurst, Ellen Morgan, pitching Aviation for Fundamentals the victors. downed even stronger than last year
-
V'I setback this year. of the season. Mary Jo Colvin, Pat Graham, when they copped the bannerby
.t' the 7-5
Support Splinters, ,
11, "w I A serious gap in the coaching Rita Greek and basketball ace with Alfie Lorenz powering two eight games.It .
.f Chris Cotton. depends on what side of
be filled
Lce, ranks must soon. Any- winners.
round trippers for the
" : in softball Greek brings lots of experience the tracks live on.
,- :Missilemen Atop one with experience The Sparkies of AE and the you
coaching who would like to lead with her, having covered The St. Louis Cards appear
Ordnancemen of AO played toa
the club should contact Main- first base for Great Lakes and good bets for runner-up spot
deadlock with darkness
Htap Center 12-12
t as side Special Services. Quohset. ending the fray. with everyone agreeing on this.
uIw However, no brave soul envis-
Sophia Sayatovich, returningfor
KM Race EndsRActbn ions a World Series menu of
t'n her third year with the Golf Meet CanceledThe Girl (on phone): "Darling,
Redbird turkey to go with the
in the NATTCenter inural Crackerjax diamond squad, has first annual NAS Jax papa's mad. He found out we
Yankee dressing.
Jrs bowling league came been serving as acting mentor Cecil Mixed Two-Ball Tourna- used his car last night."
Third place will be grabbedby
- [a close last Tuesday night, through early drills. ment scheduled to get underwaylast Sailor: "How did he learn either the Braves or Dodgers.It .
yjthe Missies of NAWS cap- STAR HURLER for the clubis Sunday at Cecil Field's links that?" in this
Ilk seems respect, you
,the coveted crown. expected to be the veteran has been canceled. Girl: 'We hit him."
I either like 'em or you don't.
iren though the StorekeepersSchool STICKING OUR necks way

lId pressed for the out, the San Francisco Giants
part of the season, they arc handed the fourth place nod.

lily lost ground and ended Cincinnati should head the sec-

ames behind the Missies.e :..4 ond division.

1 AO School aggregation : Chicago will finish anywherefrom

oved as the season progressbut sixth to last, plenty of

( was outgunned during k ysi& room for error here, with the

s opening weeks, and endedin Philadelphia Phils sharing the

[ third place.ter ballot with the Cubs.
r::; dominating the bowling
Not worth getting het up a-
ATTCenter for three years, bout, the forecasters left sixth

Aviation Fundamentals five and eighth places in doubt. Pitts-

19 pped to a poor fourth in the burgh, by the way, should fin-

)- ding. ish seventh.
, FINAL STANDINGS
h Won Los

Alt Weapons ...... .. 49V4 Itt
1 School ............. ....... 37Vi IIIa Jax Navy Pair in Third
r- School ... ... .. 13 23
und ................. 21 30 Place Skeet Shoot Tie
pSpilnlfSchool ................. ...... 2514 30Vi2SV4
et ......... .. .. MVi Bill Arthur and E. D. Voss,
ErAvD.i .. .'..... ..... .. 23 13 members of the Jax Navy skeet

ff & ; team, finished in a six-way tie
Clemson College has the high- r
0, ranking i assistant footballach __ for third place at the Jackson-
, ..' ', '' ville Gun Club shoot Sundayat
yo in the nation in Bob Jones i'/'t ,,
1-, CHAMPS : ; .i;, : ; the club's range.
;
: .,
[ho is on the list for promotion NATTC !''*: /<
' 1''' Arthur and Voss blasted 47
- major general in the Army Re- /958 .
of 50 targets in .12 gauge shoot-
rye Linn Long, 5th Armyd
NAWS Ing while ex-national champion
All-Army champion feather- "
d 'eight wrestler, will coach thet. NATTCENTER KEGLING CHAMPIONS Bowlers of the Naval Air Weapons Systems Francis Ellis was registering a
's Wood Mo. wrestling team School at NATTCenter beam happily as they complete the season with a tidy 49'/s won and perfect 50x50 score.
[f 6>/2 lost record to become the new champion in the NATTCenter'intramural bowling league. The Jax Navy pair were the
Jimmie W a Is 0 n. Homestead The Missilemen claim the title held for the pa.t three years by the Aviation Fundamentals lone representatives from the
F B, Fla., welterweight, has School. Button-popping NAWS School bowlen are, left to right "Pop" Garner. AQC George
turned professional. Eixle, AQ1: Jim Sauers AQC- Rolland Stage, AQI; Walt Earl ACC, and Joe Gregory. ATC. national championship squad.

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: 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 April 1958



90,000 WITNESS }



AIR SHOW HEREMore


than 90,000 fans thrilled to the precision aerial

'exhibitions( of the Navy's famous Blue Angels flight team }<
in addition to becoming wide-eyed over other acts put on r .C y 4w 0W

by some of the finest experts in the field as Navy and

Marine Air Reserve Week came to a rousing climax with an

Open House and Air Show at NAS Jax Sunday afternoon.___ _n,
"
THE LARGEST crowd ever to
witness was the six members of the
a public event in Jack-
sonville Blue Angels who tamed their r's
was on hand for the
show. A report from the County Fll-F Grumman Tiger jets into

Road Patrol, State Highway performing all sorts of' seemingly -

Patrol and Station Police indicated impossible aerial stunts.
that between 30,000 and Led by Comdr. Ed Holley the *w ?.

team put on a high-speed, tight-
33,000 autos bearing fans wereon f R 7{
hand. flying performance second to *

Using the U.S. standard crowd- none.
The team criss-crossed from
three
measuring gauge at peor
pie per car, this would put. the all directions, rolled in their
crowd at over 90,000. famous diamond formations with

Whth one considers the thou- wing tips sometimes a bare three ,:i! "' ,::1I Q'.:a>"u. ,'$"__s IW .. ..,,_.,iio., ., __ M ,1i
sands of. people residing on the feet apart and at times only' CROWD AT AIR SHOW-Part of the crowd of 90.000 which witnessed last Sunday' air
about 25 feet off the gorund. show, sponsored by NARTU, and featuring the famed Blue Angels, watches a fire-fighting
Station and in Dewey Park, plus demonstration. The crowd here was stationed on the left of the hangar, with another crowd
the thousands lining Highway 17 The Blue Angels provided a just as large on the right side of the hangar. Many of the thousands who lined the various
as far south as Orange Park terrific climax to the nearly three streets and areas of the Station, plus the thousands who lined the highway outside of the
'
then the figure could easily go hour show which began with a' gate on Highway 17 are not shown. It's believed to be the largest crowd ever assembled to
over 100,000. demonstration of a Gulliver-like see a public event in Jacksonville. Some have estimated the crowd in excess of 100.000.

FOR THE biggest thrills it blimp from NAS Glynco.

______u__. y ___ OTHER EVENTS included a Korean War Bonuses Being Orange Park
Y,,, photographic run by Lcdr.
\(, .. ""< ,', Ralph Koontz of VAP-62 in an
AJ-2P. Firemen from the NAS Ten Plans Rabies
crash* crew gave a convincingfire Paid Vets By StatesTen

fighting demonstration. Clinic Sat.
Viewers were also shown the states are paying eligible servicemen and women bonusesfor

workings of a ground controlled serving specified tours during the Korean War Attention of pet owners is

approach and helicopter rescue, In addition, four states still and active called by the NAS Jax Medi-
erans duty person-
are paying World War II bo- cal to the im-
simulating a rescue at sea. nel will not constitute incomefor Department
Planes from NARTU Jax nuses. federal tax purposes. portance of having animals

squadrons also flew over the STATES PAYING K-War Further information can also immunized annually against
crowd displaying the strength of bonuses are: Iowa, Massachusetts rabies.A .
be obtained by referring to Bu-
the local Weekend Warriors. Michigan, Minnesota Mon-
,
;.p ,':<' Pers Notice 1760. rabies clinic will be heldin
tana, New Hampshire, North Orange Park, at the City

,i\, \ VA176Continued Dakota, Ohio, Vermont and West Hall, from 0900-1200 and 1400-
BREEZESDoctor
.
Virginia.Still 1500 this Saturday.
( from Page 1)) paying WWII bonusesare
: "You cough more It's understood the cost for
weather gunnery are other : Massachusetts, New Hamp- "
easily this morning. immunization at this clinic will
events planned this week. Noneof shire, New York and Vermont.
Patient: "I should, I've been be $1.50 per animal.IMMUNIZATIONS.
Servicemen who consider
results avail-
Tuesday's were "
practicing all night.
able at press time. themselves eligible for a state are also
*
FIFTEEN NAVY and Marine bonus should write their State available at all veterinary hos-
squadrons from the United Adjutant General for informa- Restaurant sign]: "Hunger" removed pitals or clinics.A .

States and Hawaii are competingin tion concerning their status. while you wait. clinic for immunizationswill
THE BUREAU of Internal "
the week-long "World Series"of
:' not be held aboard the
<,: airborne marksmanship. Revenue recently ruled that You have to use your noodleto Station this year.

state bonuses received by ,vet- keep out of the soup.
Air-to-ground firing, which Rabies is primarily a diseaseof
1 the two local squadrons pacedon the canine
'A Fr u family and such
Monday, featured the "thickest" wild carnivore as 'the fox, wolf,
SWING FEVER Joan field of the four
Faye Dinette sits pretty at Cy- ,categories. }. coyote and skunk. The Vampirebat
press Gardens Florida. VF-13, based at Cecil Field has been recognized as a

and a unit of COMATG-201, was Y} rabies carrier for many years.
CommissionContinued scheduled to pilot F9F-8 Cougarsinto
WHEN RABIES virus is
F : pre-
battle for air-to-air visual 2
( from Page 1)) a; x sent in the saliva of an infected
honors.
dore Schope, PHC, was chosen animal, the disease may be
for the Integrated pro g r a m. OTHER LOCALLY-based out transmitted through a bite or
Schope, who has since been fit in this 'week's competitionis wound of some other origin.
VF-102, a Cecil Field squadron -
transferred from VAP-62 Photo Man and other, warm-blooded
Lab, will attend the Officer carrying AirLant colors in animals are susceptible to the
All Weather Fighting, one of virus.
Candidate School at Newport.
two new events on this year's
These men are among some card. Rabies is found all over the
348 chosen for Warrants and world and neither climate nor
534 selected for LDO. The other, Heavy Attack season affects its occurrence.

For the warrant candidates, Bombing, has Sanford's VAH-5 i.4. eS)
about one of each 12 applicantswas entered against AirPac's VAH-8. s Whenever possible, a suspected -

picked. For the LDOs, the Shooting in all categories is animal that has bitten a per-

rate was better than one in due to end today, with an son should be confined under

five. A total of 4219 were con- awards presentation ceremony observation, preferably by a

sidered for LDO commissions. slated for tomorrow, along withan veterinarian. Observation periodin
Open House program featur- ':);f' Florida is 14 days.
!
: ;
ing the Blue Angels.COMPETING .
Texas, Georgia If you're bitten by an animal,

IN the meet are : :',';, 'ff". ,'. :$': it's your responsibility to see
Men Share Honor the North American "Fury" J jet that the animal is placed under

fighters, the F4D supersonic"S I observation.
Joseph Blackston, AEIAN, of k y ray," the prop-driven
Augusta, Ga., and Charles Clif- :
Douglas-built AD
"Skyraider"as ; 5
AEMAN of Laredo Tex. :
ton, flown by VA-176, and the '
shared top honors in last week'sgraduation Grumman F9F-8 "Cougar.: Removal Of "
at Aviation Electrician's -
In addition, the Douglas A3D : (Continued from Page 1))
Mate School Class A at : :
NATTCenter. "Skywarrior" will compete in .. the machines. All of this ata
the Heavy Attack ',<
Blackston, who entered the segment. cost to their recreation
UNWANTED REPTILE E. J. Moultrie, NAS Jax police
Navy in July, 1956, will reportto officer displays poisonous snake he killed when It was found fund.
VA-115, NAS Miramar, Calif., Daffynishun: Spring fever: recently near, the entrance of the Junior BOO on Mustin road. Personnel guilty of such
,while Clifton, who joined the Lazy-atic Flu. On a routine patrol. Moultrie noticed a child playing in the action are urged to be rea-

Navy in July, 1957, will reportto ditch bordering Mustin road, waving a golf club recklessly. sonable about the matter and
Moultrie noticed the child had corneredthe
VW-12, Barbers Point, Hawaii, Daffynishun: Wedding ring; a Going snake to ,Investigate a water moccasin. The 51-inch snake was then to stop these juvenile prac-

for duty. war hoop. killed by the policeman. tices..Page .


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