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Creation Date: April 24, 1958
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I Chief's Hat To 10 NAS Men I

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Ten NAS POls have been Four of the men, Hochstrasser The only exam to begivenin

notified to don "hard hats" Wells, Weeks and Hunt, the test will be for third

between July 16 and Jan 16, become Chiefs on July 16. class petty officer in specifiedrates.

1959, as a result of last February's Floyd and McCroskey will .
lose their white hats Nov.
advancementinratingtests. on Men striking for AEM, AEI,
16 and Sanders will make it
,
AG, AQB, AQF, ATR, ATS,
Promoted are George Runt, a month earlier. ATN, CT, EM, ETN, ETR,
AC1 (AP); Grady Floyd, RM- Hoffecker, Issac and Rush ETS, GS, GF, IC, OM, RD,
Charles Hoffecker ADI make it next Jan. 16.
1
,
; ;
EM, SM, TM, SO, UT and QM
Aubrey Issac, ET1; Norman Other news from NAS Information -
will have this extra chance to
Rush, MAl; Charles Weeks, and Education concerns make it.Those.
AO1; William Wells, TE/RM1; special tests to be given

James Sanders, AE1; Allen Thursday, May 1, at the Main- going up will reportat

McCroskey, AE1, and Joseph side Mess, Galley One, for 24 0745 in uniform of the day
Hochstrasser, ETI. emergency ratings. with ID cards.Jflf'tii8. I
i

WINNERS This trio from
"Fighting" Attack Squadron 44 ,
displays design that won them
first place in VA-44's "Paint
The Skyhawk" contest. The design I
which features white stars
on blue field, won over more
than 50 entries. The unit's A4D
Skyhawks are 'being painted
with the new design.



Budget Men I Vol. 16 No. 4 U.. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 24 April 1958



Ask SlashesIn ', ? VP-18 Host



L ) F a k .*< For 'Life'Cameramen!

BillPentagon [p
Pay ..F C 44Yf


experts this week t
:
f :
,
worked on the pay raise bill, Patrol Squadron 18 pro-

cutting the measure all along vided the setting for two

the line until they had reducedthe Life Magazine photographersthis

cost by 158 million, accord- week as they arrived
aboard NAS Jax in connec-
ing to Navy Times. tion with a proposed antisubmarine .

The cuts vary oddly from rankto warfare story for

rank and from longevity step their magazine.

to longevity step. No step is cut _ : I Early Monday, the pair, Peter
Stackpole and Donald Schance,
more than $20 a month, exceptin boarded LG-12, one of VP-18's

the general officer ranks, .#f. { P2V-7s.
': ,...""" < ..... ,._"" ","...._""_ _"""'T """ _:&.__,,,....,. :;:;>>: 1i.<:'i '=-:>JII This occurred however after
where cuts rank from $25 to ,
' 'LIFE' CAMERMEN HARNESS UP-Donald Schance (second from left) photographer with
$175 monthly. 'Life' magazine, is all set to board P2V-7 aircraft while fellow camerman Peter Stackpole, they had attired themselves in
THIS IS only a revision pro- (right) is briefed on survival gear by VP-18 pilots. The Patrol Squadron was host to the pair the usual garb of a patrol plane'
during their stay here and flew them to Guantanamo Bay to continue their work on a pro- crew, namely, flight suit, Mae
posed by the Department 'of posed ASW story for the magazine. Left to right are. W. F Kennedy, AD2; Schance Lt (jg) J. E. West and harness.
Defense. Congress does not haveto Hazeley Lcdr. W. W. Warlick and Stackpole.
Comdr. R. H. Gillock, skipper
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accept it, Times pointed out.
of VP-18, was present to see the
The lawmakers may cut only .
part of what Defense wants cut Academy Prep Area Squadrons Fare plane flown take off.to The Guantanamo photographerswere Bay

or they may not cut anythingat
Tests SlatedNavy where they expect to continue

The all. Stennis pay subcommitteein and Marine EMs interested Well In Gunnery MeetThe their work.Members. of the crew of the

the Senate is studying the in a possible appoint- LG-12 included: Lcdr. W. W.

tables submitted by the Pentagonin ment to the Naval Academy Warlick, plane commander Lt.
closed session. will be tested July 7 and anyone Atlantic Fleet, after piling up early leads, fell (jg) James Hazeley; Lt. ;(jg)
behind the final day and copped only one first placeat
on
The new Defense rates havea interested in the program Warren Hood; Ensign William
the Third Annual Naval Air Weapons Gunnery Meet at
raise in brig- should make application soon
goodly one case: Boguslawski; W. F. Kennedy,
adier generals and lower half as possible. x NAAS El Centro, Calif., last week. AD2; D. H. Custis, AT3, andJ.

rear admirals with over 16 yrs. Between 300 and 350 men Out front when firing ceasedin Cecil Field. The'winners tallieda E. Barnhill AO1.
are given a $50 increase; those will be selected for .preliminary the Heavy Attack Bombing
total score of 6318 points toVAI06's
with over 18 years get a $75 schooling at the Naval category was VAH-5 of NAS 6246.
increase. Preparatory School at Bain- Sanford. VAH-8 of Whidbey
Third place went to VA-176's MDBS Payments Due
bridge, Md., with only about Island, Wash., placed second.
THE NEW proposed rates make Thunderbolts of NAS Jax, who Mutual Death Benefit So-
( 160 of those successfully com- AIR.TO.GROUND laurels wentto
no change in the first three EM VA-106 it's biggest battle
gave' ciety members are reminded
pleting the Prep School being VA-126 of NAS Miramar,
ranks and no cuts in the O-l through the early stages.
that assessment No. 93 i is
pay-
appointed to the ,Academy. Calif., after the Cougar squadron -
rank. Presumably this VA-176, lone squadron entered
because able now through May 1.
Only active duty personnelare of Comdr. D. J, Birdsong
would put the raise in these from NAS Jax-based commands, Positively no payment will
eligible for this program. swooped from fourth place on
*
ranks below six cent. Thereis scored 5610 points.
per the last day. be accepted after the closing
also no change in the raise Marine Capt. J. W. Detroy of date.
VA-126 scored heavily in loft
for rank for those with
any bombing to overtake VA-106 of (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))
less than four years service. Drinking Cups

Defense has not yet presentedany

the Senate analysis subcommittee of its revisions but to it Causing WoesThe Attack Squadron 46 Given ComFair

appears the Penfagon I planners, Navy Exchange officer
who wanted the Kilday bill but has requested the cooperation of Jax Award For Top Safety Record

were forced to make reductionsby all hands in another matter regarding -

the Budget Bureau, are sim- the recently installed --

ply cutting as judiciously as drink vending machines.The is of CAG-
The first annual ComFair Jax VA46.A The squadron part
they can. Public Works plumbing Flight Safety Award was pre- top flight safety record of 1 which held an administrative-

The cuts are higher in upper section has reported difficulties sented this morning by Rear Ad- no accidents during the period personnel inspection prior to the

enlisted ranks, presumably because because personnel are crumplingthe miral Wendell G. Switzer, Com- covered earned the award for award ceremony.In .
the House committee had waxed paper cups from the mander Fleet Air Jacksonville; VA-46. another ceremony, R. J.

raised these rates above De- machines and throwing them in to Attack Squadron 46 of Cecil During this time, the squadron Schneider,AN,of VA-46 was pre

fense's request and pro-pay, toilets. Field. flew 7,416 accidentfreehours sented a letter of commendation

which eventually will go to a- Trash receptacles are placed Accepting the award, first of compiled by 33 pilots. from Comdr. Hawkins.
bout half of the men in gradesE4 beside ,each vending machine I its kind ever presented by Com This -is a new record for the While home on leave recently,

>E-5 and E-6, making the and the station is well supplied Fair Jax, was Comdr. A. 'R. F9F-8 Cougar and all swept- Schneider recruited six of his

basic pay slash more palatable. with "G. I. cans." Hawkins,. commanding officer of i wing jet craft. buddies into the Navy.



2 JAX 'AIR NEWS '" 24 April 1958




J1EI } UJJJ4IJ8 Slated Birthday Sunday Party I Congress Speeds Work BillsWith OnServiceConnected


NAB, adtM.YWe The third monthly Birth-
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .... Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert IL Smith :.::'::".?:'..'::. ::: '.:.' . Kxecutlvt OfficerCommander day, Party and Tea Dance forNATTCenter fall elections Congress is
feet Air acboaril1e personnel willbe an eye on buckling.downto
Rear Adm. Wendell a. Switur ....... ..... ...... .. .. .. ... .. bills of interest to service
several personnel
Capt. S. S. Scarcy Jr.-............................. ". ..... ... Chief .< Staff held Sunday at the Lounge, work on with
nt Alt ",.. an. Building 593. lawmakers holding hopes of an early adjournment on the
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh CommanderChief
Capt.. : Thomas S.: WhlU .............:..:......::.:............. .:............ ..:..:..-....... Staff OfficerComavandinc The Birthday Party, which Hill to allow for campaigning.Among .
MavallAtr TacfcaUal T Ute c:...
Capt. Charles L. More, Jr. . .. Officer has been well received in items being considered -
Comdr, WUtred K. riethman".::':::'.'::.:::::::::":::':':':::::.:" ': Kxecutire Officer the is i ia is necessary, thinking goes or
....f IIoqIIaI past, gives personnel a according to Navy Times the fleet will be in a bad
Capt. Alton C. Aberncthy .... ..._.. .. .. ....... .. Commanding Officer chance to celebrate birthdayseven new, long-range shipbuilding way
Capt. Marcy Shupp ... Executive Officer in a decade.
"wA.ifri though being away from program for the Navy, a deci- Actually, the Navy has .
.. sufficient
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commandtaff Officer in
Comdr. William E. Hardy Encutiv Officer home. sion on who will run what tonnage authorized under the
The party will commence at outer reorganization of the
Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida space Vinson-Trammell Act to build
at no expense to UM government and la cempUanee with NAYKXO9 r-Sx 1600 and after the refreshments Defense Department and the ships
Rev. Nov. IMS. Distributed free of charn to military: sad ehrUUn personnel will / any says Navy Times
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air SUUon. Naval Air Technical Tralnlnc are served dancing much-publicized pay bill. but this doesn't guarantee actual
Center Naval !_Fleet Air Wine 11. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. begin. WHILE REORGanization i is appropriations.The .

Service information Asst.Officer Sl. -. A ndrewH.Ledr.Planet J. r.lC1 1Ilbter. Jr. Personnel desiring to be hogging most of the headlines idea is to give the Navy

F.dltor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack HoteM. rat John label. honored on their birthday, the Kilday subcommittee listen- the authority and funds on
JOSNi Ben Sylar, 8N; Mary AnA Klrchner SN SUM Photographer Jim and who have birthdays in this is a
only
Yoo PH3. ing to arguments on long-range basis without having
K'e:: lax Air News Is a member .* the Armed ITprc Frees Service. April are urged to register one of six House Armed Services to get the thing reapproved each
Material apparlnf In this publication caa be reprinted jjrojidlnf credit Is
riven. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy pboto- with Mrs. McHugh cluse hos- subcommittees looking at the year.

rraphl.Editorial offioes I located In Room ZM. Main Administration Bulldinf. Phone tess. Defense set-up. THE HOUSE Select Committeeon
extensions MM. U41. 171 or Ill.rr1fJ.
One of these groups appears Aeronautics and Space Ex.

likely to recommend a stable plorations a new body, started
force structure for the armed hearings last week on the Pre.

services said the Times.It sident's plan to set up a space

would call for the strengthof agency.

each service to be set at a definite Legislators see themselves as
!t{. level to be maintained year making the same decision for
{ ,
A in and year out. space as they made for atomic
(Afainside and NATTCtnttrmovie
energy in 1946 whether fundamental .
daily, 1800 and 2000. Satvrday Also likely to be proposed is

SufuUy end holiday, LL II a new long-range shipbuilding will be development in the hands and of civiliansor control
1400 1800 and 2000. Hospital movie program to assure that the major the .
diily. 1900.) part of the fleet isn't obsolete military.The
10 from Kilday subcommittee was
Thursday, April 24 years now. due to start hearings this weekon
A SHARP increase in building
Mainside-Union Pacific (dra- F Defense reorganization.

ma) with Barbara Stanywck and BEFORE IT are two proposals,

Robert Preston. One show 1900 \'avyAF Schedule that of President Eisenhowerand

only. that of Armed Services

NATTCenter Eighteen and Flight Shift In '61 Committee leaders. The two proposals .
Anxious (melodrama) with Mary conflict sharply.

Webster and William Campbell. The Navy and Air Force planto Among other things being considered

Hospital-Wild Heritage (Dra- move their current flight oper- by Congress this springare

ma) with Will Rogers Jr. and ations at Anacostia NAS and Bol- problems of logistics, procurement .

Maureen O'Sullivan. Also Droolers ling AFB to Andrews AFB the and public information.And .

Delight and Robinson Bas- : Defense Department has announ- of course there's the

Rio fight. ced. House-passed pay bill. More

Friday April 25 CAPTURES AO (B) HONORS S/Sgt. Robert ThompsonJr. Target date for the transfer i is about this is found on page one
Mainside Pal Joey (color ., receives a congratulatory handshake from Comdr. Robert 1961. The move will be made of this week's Air News.
Woodside (left) Training Officer of Aviation Ordnanceman
musical drama) with Rita when facilities
Hay- School, Class B, NATTCenter adequate are con-
at upon Thompson's selection as Adams
worth and Frank Sina'tra. honor student. He was also given a cigarette lighter from class- structed at Andrews and at the Dunn Take Top

NATTCenter Union Pacific. mates for his outstanding devotion to duty wring the durationof Navy's Webster Auxiliary Land- !Honors at AE Graduation
his schooling. ing Field at Beachville Md.
Hospital Eighteen and An-
Francis Dunn, AE3 of Quincy
xious: The Air Force will give the Mass., and Pvt. Bruce Adams

Saturday April 26 Plush Weekend Awaits Navy space at Andrews for con- ; Albuquerque N. M., shared top

Mainside Wild as the Wind struction of aviation and support honors in last week's graduationat

(drama) with Anthony Quinn facilities for units now at Ana- the Aviation Electrician's Mate

and Anna Magnani. Safety Contest WinnerHow costia. School Class A at NATTCenter..

NATTCenter Pal Joey. The Navy plans to expand and Dunn who entered the Navyin

Hospital Union Pacific. would you like to win an all expense paid week operate Webster as a satellite Feb., 1956 will report to VF-4

Sunday, April 27 end at an exclusive Florida hotel for merely being safe? training field capable of handling NAS Atlantic City N. J., while
Mainside I Accuse (drama) That is the pleasing situation jet aircraft for both Navy Adams who joined the Marinesin

with Jose Ferrer and 'Anton facing personnel of Heavy Photo- contributes the best constructive and Air Force planes at Andrews. June 1957, is still unassigned.

Walbrook. Also The Milky Way. graphic Squadron 62 at N A S ideas for the promotion of
NATTCenter Wild as the : safety and accident preventionover
Wind. Jax.THE a period of six weeks.
MEN IN the photo out-
Hospital Pal Moey. Originated by the Aviation
fit are eligible to compete for an
Monday April 28 all expense paid weekend at the Safety Officer and Ground Safe-
Mainside Gift of Love (color fabulous Daytona Plaza Hotel in ty Officer the weekend trip was
drama) with Lauren Bacall and Daytona Beach. initiated to maintain a high per-

Robert. Stack.NATTCenter. sonal interest in safety among
No catch is involved the prize .
VAP-62
personnel.
I Accuse. goes to the enlisted man who "
Hospital Wild as the Wind. "THE NAVY'S Aviation Safe-

Tuesday April 29 ty Program is designed to main-
Mainside This Happy' Feel- Hospital PatientsIn tain the operation readiness of mh !

ing (color, romantic drama) with Good Will Act the Navy at the highest possible k s,
Debbie Reynolds and John Sax- level by reducing loss of lives
on. Patients at the Naval Hospital and material sustained in the

a' course of the Navy's worldwideair
NATTCenter Gift of Love. did turn-about in comingto
Hospital I Accuse. the assistance of the Jacksonville i operations' ," according to
Comdr. H. W. Drum, VAP-62
Wednesday. April 30 Garden Club Tuesday when commanding officer.

Mainside Wild Harvest several patients aided in con-
(drama) with Alan Ladd and "Realizing that safety is an
struction of scenery for the all-hands job it is through such
Dorothy Lamour. Also, Chapterone
Club's annual flower show. programs as this contest that
of Monster and the Ape.

NATTCenter This Happy Patients made and assembled VAP-62 individual continually in the promotionof motivateseach \ ::..::

Feeling. imitation iron grillwork from safety," concluded Comdr. .j, -4

Hospital Gift of Love. building paper in reciprocationfor Drum.

kindness shown Hospital patients To be eligible for the trip applicants SUPERS REP VISITS-Mrs.:: Elise L. Skybtead ( )

BC-BS Drive To BeginThe by Garden Club membersin must'submit ideas for in representative the office of of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, stoppedding righUoff

annual enrollment drive the past. the improvement of safety within officer of the Station Cap E. W Parish Jr., (center)

for the NAS Jax Blue Cross- The Jacksonville club, largestin the squadron. Ideas may be Jacksonville. Mrs. Skylstead for a is chat during her recent visit to to J

Blue Shield group plan is sched- the nation annually helps dec- applicable to either ground or idea meet of with members of Navy Wives visiting Clubs Naval of America installations with she 1

uled to begin Monday, April 28, orate wards at Christmas, Me- air safety or both. meaningful exploring to means of making the clubs members more J
themselves
running until close of business morial Day, Thanksgiving and Winners will i be announced conditions under which and the Navy. She is also surveying
May 14. Easter. May 1. I left is Mrs. Alice Meyer,enlisted personnel are living. On 'ofPage
Jacksonville president, of the Navy Wives Club

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.24 April 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 9a.M.


Citizenship Compared




Navy,Dependent Wins



School Essay Contest'



Darya Mallard, in the fifth grade at John N. C. Stockton

School, No. 88, triumphed over eight other contestants to
win the coveted trophy emblematic of first place in tho

8 Second Annual Citizenship Essay Contest last week at the

r ::8 school auditorium.
;
; ;, ".. t Ten-year-old Darya is the old-
8 i children tests'held at the school, it's been
) est of three of Warren
and Rachel Mallard of Apart- pointed out.
A talented lass, Miss Mallard
ment 3015-A on 120th street in
; Dewey Park. Mallard is an SH3 enjoys public speaking, music,
wild life and animals horses in
i v ,
aboard the USS Coral Sea.
particular.Like .
_
THE CONTEST was sponsoredby
__ I most 10-year-olds, she
____
the Dads' Club of the Stock-
dreams of studying dramaticsand
ton ''School in cooperation with
becoming a motion picture

... :. .. .1 ......:/..$.,. .:.'_. .r..v 1>0 .'.''n' .---', ._,__ the principal, Mrs.is E. A. Hobbs. star.
Club Lee Wedekind.
CITIZENSHIP CONTEST FINALISTS_Fir children of Nary military and civilian per- president As a result of her prizewinning -
sonncl competed In the finals of the Second Annual Citizenship Essay Contest at the John N. C. Darya was one of five Navy speech and essay, Darya's
,,' Stockton School last week. Pupils of the school's fourth through sixth grades ,were required to children in the finals. A lovely name will be enscribed on a
write an ".aT"on citizenship with winning .entrants advancing into speech finals. Darya Mal, young miss with blonde hair and to be in
If. lard, above, (second from'l.ft) daughter Warren Mallard, SH3, and Mrs. Mallard, was contest plaque placed a school
i her
brown
:'\1 winner. Nary finalists were Pamela Lence, Miss Mallard, Glenn Gallagher Frank LaGrange deep eyes, Darya, in corridor.
'", ,and Roger Gallop.; In photo below, Darya receives winners trophy from State Hep. John E speech, compared ideals of citizenship "I NEVER really expected to
Mathews Jr.. PuTal Co in of King Arthurto "
of ntT, .. .. days win, declared .Darya with a
-
"'' modern citizenship. most pleasant, smile. "In fact,"

t.'While ,Charger''Passage Contestants were from the she continued, "I thought Mary

fourth through sixth 'grades at Wilson would'win because she

Delay l t, + the Ortega Forest school. Darya's talked about the Navy, Marines
'
r :. .I" ", ;" classroom teacher is Mrs. Dor- and taxation."

Seen As j ', .. othy Miller. A written ,essay was first stepin
Likely :
THIS PARTICULAR grade has the competition for each child.

', Dark clouds'of doubt are being <'V _ :_ $ been first In several other con- After being readand studied, .the
in oWl'pds' 'E. best essays were selected to be
cast the Pentagon -
1. Ability' that''the' Admlritst: a on's fI"'I Marine given orally by the writer.

'new' promo'tfbn-sel' cdon plan, Navy, The judges were Capt. MurrayB.
., Anderson of the NAS
Jax
'
"WnWe1 <
dubbed Charger, will ,
4
pass this session"'of ''Congress, S Manpower Up Dispensary, State RepresentativeJohn
E. Mathews Jr., and County ,
Army-Navy-Air Force Register
Commissioner Julian Warren.
'
'I. '
reported. Yi'T: rE h w; i.s In FebruaryDefense
Although sent' to''' 'Congress 'on Rep.contestants.Mathews presented awardsto

April 1, the measure! was 'not
Department figures
.
,'. ,0. MISS MALLARD has been
introduced in either''house before
released for February indicate
> plagued by a heart condition
the lawmakers left on their the Ma-
that both the Navy and
since birth. This condition
vacation.No was
10-day Easter
rine Corps increased strength
discovered when she was six
hearings, therefore; have. during that month.Of .
been scheduled on the bill. rt years old and, in early 1954,'was
; Those who doubt this : the total 2,617,732 personsin I & patient at the Naval Hospital
passage the military at the end oi f here.
session, however, point to the i .
February, 639,803 were in the
failure of legislature to act She was transferred to Beth-
This shows increaseover
Navy. an
on the Navy's Hump Bill which esda later that year where a
for Jan.
the figure
633,628
has been before the Congress delicate operation was performed. -
since last summer. 1st Atom-Powered CarrierTo 31. .

I If the lawmakers were unwill- Total Marine Corps strengthon Other Navy children in con-

ing to consider this measure, say Be Named 'Enterprise'The Feb. 28 was 193,318, an Increase test finals were: Pamela Lence,
of 288 the month.
P observers, they will probably be during daughter of Chief and Mrs. Jame

'1 reluctant to go' ahead with thee world's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier will be Navy procurement during the Lence; Glenn Gallagher, son of

White Charger.'The principles of named Enterprise, Navy Secretary Thomas S. Gates, Jr., recently month totalled 12,904, with 7,814 Mr. and Mrs. Everett Vecheh;

, Bill Incor- announced.He new recruits, 3,347 reenlistmentsand Frank
r the Navy Hump are LaGrange, son of Francis

y porated in Charger until '1965. said the name was selectedto 1,716 reservists entering LaGrange, HM1, and Mrs. La-
1936. She battle starsin
won seven
4 Incidentally, the White 'House perpetuate the WWII carrier WWII in the Pacific. Planes active duty.In Grange, and Roger Gallop, son
Ie has asked the Pentagon to kills and her predecessors.The February, the Marine Corps of Mr. and Mrs. Parron Gallop.
from her flight deck shot down
the name "White Charger," according acquired 4,573, including 2,950 Gallop is a civilian employee of
keel of the carrier laid 911 Japanese planes, sank 71
i. to an editorial in the was new recruits, 1,184 reenlistmentsand the Station.
. Register. It seems that the administration Feb. 4, at Newport News. ships, and damaged 192 more. 439 reservists going on active

prefers to call it She is scheduled for deliv- In early 1946, the Enterprise duty.

"Officer Management Legislation." ery in 1961. was ordered to Bayonne, N. J., The figures include all persons

where she was decommissionedand on active duty and midshipmenat
THE NEW ENTERPRISE. de-
placed in reserve in 1948. the Academy.
signated CYAN 65, will be'pow-

ered with eight reactors, which

will give her a normal steam-

ing period of more than two Prize. Bean
i years before replenishing her Navy Soup

nuclear Thursday, April 24 Pat Mc-
SALTY HUMOPWK>M Recipe Given AgainA Masters and dance instruction
The first Enterprise was a
THERE class, 2100.
L HERE AMP
sloop captured from the Britishin
Friday, April. 25 '"Girl-of-
When a man has trouble keep- 177 few months ago, 'the salt; 3 tbsp. flour; black pep- Month" Orchestra Dance, semi-

ing his head above water, chan- THE THIRD,nicknamed"Lucky prize winning' recipe in the per; %cup water. formal, coat and tie required.

ces are he's trying to float a Little Enterprise' was a 12-gun Navy's "Operation Bean Soup" Soak beans overnight in 2000-2300.
loan. schooner commanded by such famous contest was chosen at NAS
enough water to cover. After April 26-Juke
officers as Stephen Decatur, Memphis. Saturday, hopon
soaking, drain thoroughly. the house 2000.
Irate husband: "Light bill, wa- David Porter and 'Isaac Hull. Approximately 90 entrants ,
ter bill, bill, milk billyou'vegot sought top honors in the uni- Add sufficient cold water to Sunday, April 27-1000, Free
gas The fifth was a steam core cover beans, then add chicken
to quit this wild spending! que contest with the lucky one morning coffee; 1045 Attend
vette with auxiliary sail base chili cloves
power being C. Smith, CSC, of San powder, church of yourchoice; 1730 -
serving with AmericanEuropean Juan Naval Base. onions, green peppers and salt. Vesper time, refreshments by'
A young draftee was startledout squadrons.THE Let ingredients simmer until
Jax Air News repeats the Christian Business Men's Com-
of a sound sleep by his pla-in SIXTH was a private yacht winning recipe in answer to beans are tender, adding wa- mittee, Cootiettes; 2000-Movie,
his first night
toon sergeant taken into the Navy during numerous queries: ter as needed. "Francis In the Navy."

the Army. !" bellowed the serf WWI and served as a patrol Ingredients: 1 1-3 cup navy Mix flour, pepper and wa- Monday, April 28 Junior
"Hey, you
a f geant, "it's 4:30: !" vessel operating from the East beans'',; 3% tsp. chicken base; ter. Blend into smooth paste Hostess Meeting, 2000; Fun Night,

; "Four-thirty?" mumbled the coast of the United States. IVt tsp. chili powder; 3 cloves; and stir into soup. Simmer 2100.

o rookie. "Man you'd better get toe The seventh Navy ship to bear Yt cup chopped onions; 3 tbsp. from five to ten minutes. Tuesday, April 29 Armchair

bed. We got a big day tomor- the name Enterprise, the "BigE. chopped green peppers; 1 tsp. Makes about. ten portions. Traveler Program, 2030, "The

e row." ." was launched in October Dynamic Southeast."

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Huge 'Mothballing' Job a-; F .


Slated For Fiscal '59The V ___ F

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Navy will decommission 37 ships and 11 submarines

to make way for; 31 new and modernized vessels slated to

''Join,- the 'fleet prior to June 1960. f 0l l
In "mothballl g"' the ships, t
which include four carriers and Little Rock and Oklahoma City

four cruisers, the Navy also will are scheduled to join the fleet .11
cut back the active fleet from during FY 1959, with the Gal- With TheToastmasters

'borne 900 to 864 vessels by June veston being added this fiscal

30, 1959, to keep within the num- year. I
ber that can be manned under OTHER NEW ships due :for the ,t

personnel ceilings.OF fleet include six destroyers, four "Rain" Rainwater provided introductions c

THE CARRIERS to be laid conventional-powered submarines, of speakers at the ,

up, the Philippine Sea, Leyte and four A-subs, an attack' trans < V .r j MINK 217th meeting of the Navy Of-
Princeton ate on antisubmarine port, two tank landing ships, four .l / ficers' Toastmasters Club last

patrol. The fourth, the Boxer, is mine sweepers and two ammuni- -U Thursday at the 0' Club.

being used in Operation Hard- tion ships. Spotlighted during the even-

tack, the coming tests at the Besides the 48 ships being decommissioned ing's program were speeches by 'J
Y I
atomic proving grounds in the 14 destroyers and Kirb Callam avering that Ameri-
escort-type vessels will be transferred -
Pacific. fi cans must undertake "A ChangeIn

O rig i i dally commissioned in to the reserve training ,'.' Attitude" regarding physical
1945 and 1946, the antisubmarine fleet, the Navy said,while several NEW TOASTMASTER OFFICERS new executive committee fitness. Hank Young, given his
flattops will be replaced in the others and a mine sweeper will installed special ceremonies at the Officer Club on April topic immediately prior to the
be assigned to Naval research 10 will guide the destinies of the Jax Nary' Toastmasters Club
of three attack
same type duty by "Free-
of meeting, expounded on
projects. (AFPS). 548 (Officers) for the coming year. Newly installed officer
carriers. 1 the dub are (left to right) Lt. M. R. Bailey sergeant-ai-armsi dom Of The Press-An Extra", 4rNat
A new Forrestal class super-. Lt. Col. W. P. Mitchell .educational y -presidents Lcdr. while Don Doughrety enlarged .
'
carrier, the Independence, and Awards Of Merit Clancy E. Rich. president and Lcdr. N. W. Frees. administrative upon "Mobility Of The Carrier"as
rice-president. Misting from photo are Lt. C. E. Kretuchmann.
an Essex class carrier, the Oris- offensive defensive and
,
secretary and Lt C. C. Smith Jr.. treasurer. an
kany, will be commissioned early detterent force.

next year, the Navy said. Established By In another speech, Woody

THE CRUISERS to be inactivated Legal Assistance Officer Can Woodside's "Quo Vadis" provoked -

are the Salem, now Navy LeagueThe questions regarding rank and
flagship of the Sixth Fleet in .

Europe, the Columbus and the Robert M. Thompson Advise You On Law MattersLegal prestige.Bill Barron headed the panelof

light cruisers Worcester and Award for outstanding civilian evaluators which included

Roanoke. leadership has been added to the toastmasters Urquhart Mullins,
advice and assistance is I ,
(Among the submarines due to list of awards of merit presented
Assistance Riveland and Rich.
available to military personneland WHILE A Legal
be decommissioned is the USS annually by the Navy Leagueof
their dependents at most Na- Topic master Ray Mullins pro-
advise almost
. Archerfish which visitto Officer can you on V
paid a the U. S.
val commands from the local Le- vided members and guests witha
Jax recently-Ed Note.) The awards are in the fieldsof any legal problem, he can-
gal Assistance Officer. variety of subjects for discus- '
The guided missile cruisers science and technical in court act 'jvjci
progress, not represent you ; sailboats
Sometimes unknown and often sion, from color TV to
literature, leadership and opera- role of advocate : V
in the an or con- and commodores.
misunderstood here's a break-
tional readiness. .
Each consists of an appropriate down of what he can do for you fer with you on an attorney- 0 15''!'
SV iawY' as reported in the JAG (Judge client basis with a view toward "Speechless" Bill Hall toast-
certificate and an inscribed dia-
mond studded wrist watch. Advocate General) Journal, ,of defending you in,, court martial mastered last Thursday's.session pineV
June 1957.A of Mar-Nav-Easy 7 Toastmasters.
,
Nominations should be fully proceedings unless specifically
Speeches by Dick Murphy, Ed
QUALIFIED lawyer the '
,
substantiated and forwarded I
ordered to do so.
: Sweeney, and Harold Rich high-
Legal Assistance Officer can I
direct to the Board of Awards,
Navy League of the United Sta- draw, up simple i legal docu- If you are at a smaller com- lighted the program. Murphy

tes, Mills Building, Washington, ments such as wills, power of attorney mand, chances are a Legal As- spoke on "It Happens Every
sistance Referral Officer will Spring"; Sweeney, "Marines
D. C., prior to April 30. and contracts. He can advise -
handle He Build Men", and Harold Rich on
law your legal problems.
The Thompson Award will be you on more complicated
given that civilian, government matters, such as insurance, do- is ordinarily not a lawyer and "Buy A Better Life For Your

Yl' < official or retired Navy person mestic problems and purchase cannot function as one. His pri- Child".

who has made a personal con- and'sale of property, provided he mary job is to steer you to the Bob Gelles as topicmaster had

tribution to furthering the im- feels sufficiently versed in this man with the answers to your members "making the sale" by
selling everything from Florida
portance of seapower throughhis field. questions.
weather to urinals.
adjustable
efforts as a civilian. Of course, his experience is Personnel stationed at NAS
The John Paul Jones inspirational limited and he may not be ableto Jax who need legal advice on Evaluators were Paul Sepulvado,
George Foster Dave Allen and
leadership award is givento advise you competently on a problems should contact his department ,
the Navy or Marine officer or given problem. He can, however, head or the division officer Al Shiller. Lexicologist was

enlisted man who has made an usually refer you to the correct for referral to the Legal Ralph Davies.
outstanding contribution to the source of information. Assistance Officer. Members are reminded that
high standards of leadership in future meetings will be held at
1930 instead of 19000.
the Naval service. $ '
The Rear Adm. William S. ', t

,.. Parsons Award is' presented the ti "" A'K* <'

Navy or Marine officer or enlisted -
man or civilian who most ScoutingVA15 I

furthers the scientific develop-

4 7 ment of the Navy.

':': Gax Other awards are the Stephen
Decatur Award for operational a.., VA-15's annual administrative

competence, and the Alber t 3'> 'S inspection held recently showed

Thayer Mahan Award for liter- R that all hands pitched in to earn

ary achievement. -:.- the Valions a rating of high
excellence.The .
.
squadron is distinctive in

Corry Field Gates 3.; QSst. Iw having :flown the most hours of
THE MOST Who else but
any attack outfit on the East

Abbe as the Lane chow could business be gal selected with Due For ClosingI Coast last month.

the most beautiful legs in Welcome aboard is extendedto

America. H. E. Moltzen, ATAN.In .
Corry Field, part'of the Pensa-
anticipation of a future deployment -
cola Basic Air Training Com- .
Cornett GraduateAt
Top aboard the FDR, partof "
mand, will be closed about .July
AO (A) the squadron has already been
Ceremony 15, 1958. ac .ti a c
Larry Cornett, AOAN, of El- The Navy said the closing results carrier qualified with the remainder ...t

don, .Mo., grabbed top honors in from a one-third reduction fication.He soon to undergo quali- r

last week's graduation at the in the pilot training rate, coupled

Aviation Ordnancemen School with the planned transition to jet
Class A at NATTCenter.Cornett planes in the basic training \. MARINE-OF-MONTH Sgt. David Breeze (right) was : "Do you think kissing is scn..
program selected Marine-of-the-Month among personnel stationed at the unhealthy?" n.of
who entered the Navy .' NAS Jax Marine Barracks. He's shown receiving a commenda- "
She: "I dunno I .
In July, 1957 will report to tion at meritorious mast last week from Capt. D. J. Cooley. never
NAAS Breeze was commended for devotion. to duty, neatness, He: "You've never been kiss-
Whiting Field, Milton, The more perfect a man j is attitude 11ti
and conduct while assigned ed?
duty as
turnkey at the
Fla., for duty. the more girls try to 'altar him. Station brig. "
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[ritle Keg PlayArlene 4 Interservice FinalLawrence


Normington, Wave sta-

oned at the Naval Hospital,

ptured second place in the Howard, promising middleweight from Cecil

'cent South Atlantic Regional Field-based VF-43 and member of the Jax Navy boxing

\\It Navy Bowling Tourney, squad, was decisioned by the Army's Dick Lee in the finalsof

ashing 3247 pins on the way; .. > : x. '.' "} the Interservice Boxing Tournament last week at Bolling
her fine finish. AFB, D. C.
,
I Rolling on the Mainside lanes: .., Howard earned his way into AAU and local Golden Gloves
rmington ended a mere 24 the finals by besting defending championships.

cks behind winner Betty; '; Interservice titlist George Mc- Billy Martin, of Jax Navy and
,,:,. ( Corkle of host Bolling AFB.
uch of NABTC Pensacola. : ,>i,:. VP-16, dropped a first round

lose behind Normington was tic ,'"jij. SHOWING THE class that verdict to the Army's Joe Man-

ne Moynahan of Pensacola, : : :+)(" ;. earned him the Sixth Naval gianpane, of Ft. Campbell, Ky

istering a 3235 pinfall while< ,/.. .., District, South Atlantic Regionaland THIRD ENTRANT from the

[ Glover of RecSta Charleston :. :,.: All-Navy Crowns, Howardwas 'Jax-area, John Dixon, Green
hed fourth with 3080 and '" the lone Navy fighter to Cove Springs lightweight, was

A. Glasford of Pensacola reach the final night's competi- also eliminated opening night,

(shed fifth with a 2882. ",. tion.The being outpointed by the Air

.0 local kelgler competed in thep's 165-pound Sturgis, Ky., Force's Bill Cherry of Temple-

Regionals. First'place went ,... t native also possesses the State hofT AB, Germany.

,S. J. Dalton of Fleet Training FARES WELL Lawrence"SmUey" Cherry went on to take the

Iter in Charleston. I Howard All-Navy, 132-pound crown by whippingthe
i> I Regional and 6ND middle- i : .
Dalton whacked out a 427EWe weight boxing champion, wentto < Army's Harry Campbell on
to lead runner-up Lt. B.I finals of the Interservice the final night.
Jamison of Key West by 239; Tourney where he lost a deci- ./: ,.SP III'IS'AXAIR' { Belters from, the Army captured -
sion to speedy Dick Lee of the : team honors, upsetting the
,
I ,
,. --. Army. The classy Howard, with JVE'W89:
I : defending champion Marines, 38
Ii VF-43. was the qnjs Navy .
i boxer round. to compete In the final JC: : : ;<::Yt1i"", 2c ,1 S ,to 30.

STRIKES THE NAVY took up the rear,
tallying 13 points while Air

: Braves At Home Force boxers garnered 19 markers. -
:SP ARES Quest For Spring Cup Golf .

Underscoring the fact the best

I:. SPLITS To Augusta NineGetting Honors Off To Fine StartRichard in the 'four services were on the

.':;: : off to an auspiciousstart ,two-night card was the low
*\ No 1 leads the Mainside Jacksonville Braves percentage of KOs or TKOs being .
wrap
Barnett, newcomer in local golfing circles upset a
National bowling loop with 37% a lengthy early season home produced.
up favorite Ace Johnson 2 and 1 first round
play un-
tourney as got
victories and 10%, defeats. stand with a four-game series Only two men, both from the
derway in the annual NAS Jax Spring Cup Golf Tournament last
jpyAH-l/ No. 1 keeps second against the Augusta Tigers weekend. Navy, bit the dust on Tuesdayfirst

place',hot, posting 41 wins and beginning with a tilt tonight at ( night of competition)
15'losses. Fasron Six is in third ball TOM McLENAHAN downed Marine Billy
2000 at the new park. I while one man,
2 and I George Wilkerson stopped
pjaciTwith a 35-15 mark. The Tigers are defending Sally Joe Van Vactor in a mild upset, Bob StamatU, 1-up, and Kenneth llailes was decked at 2:43: of

VP-5, American league favor-' League champions and are said 3 and 2, while favorites Frank Wheeler dropped George Reiley, 4 the third round by Army's Dick

|(; remains in front with a 37- to have another strong contender. Richards, Bob Peters and Rod and 3.Harv. Turner in the finals.

I hhare. VP-18 has a 30-10 reW" Pinney won their matches. llarville scored over Don DONNIE ADAMSON, Of Fu-
also set for Richards stopped Lee Gregory, Howard, 2 and 1, and Richard Over
Night are his
t' for number two position games chu AB, Japan, defended
John Johnson 2 and 1 ir
l Mowed by ComFairJax, with Friday and Saturday with a 1500 3 and 2, while Pinney was beat- other by bopped second flight action.In flyweight championship success-

=15. I Sunday contest closing the cur- ing Buck Cater, 3 and 2. Peters the third flight Bob McCauley fully when Navy's Chick Brady

rent stand. advanced on a default. del. Dr. A. H. Kline, 2 and I; Larry of the destroyer Damato failedto
The Braves return home froma Other first flight winners were Campbell def Harry Ferguson 1-up; make the weight limit. Brady
AS Softball Play week on the road to open a Charles Barrett, 4 and 3 victor, Stewart White def, over Bill William had decisioned Charles Salomoneof
son, 2 and 1; Dusty Rhodes def. Bill
ied By Unbeatens series with Knoxville May 5 at over Roy Reed, and Harry Webb,' Short, 1-up; Robert Smith def. Dan the Marines.

the ball park. who trimmed Joe Stutz, 2 and 1. Mitchell, 3 and 2; Archie Fowler def. Howard and Brady were the
ART U softballers lead A NEW CHAMPION is cer- Lew Polansky 1-up; Don Coward def. gaining victories
Fleet
"'" rican League teams wi t h tain to be crowned when first Jim Zowarker 2 and 1. and Jim Cal- lone men
AK NAWS. Nines laghan def. John Houdlc, 3 and 2. during the two day event. The
cal in the fore in National flighters complete play as Lew
In the fourth flight, George Knapp ,Navy won no titles.
e competition as Mainside Chaff 1957 champion, has been def Jack Russell. 2 and I; Bob Tanks- The Navy team is competing
.mural diamond play heads Hold Unscarred transferred.Second ley def. Joe Brown 2-up; Ted Scantle- tonight against Chicago Catholic
the third week of play. flight competition saw Frank bury def Jim Mullins, 3 and 2; Rudy championsin
Youth Organization
Inzer nipping Red Westmoreland I. Duelfer del John Hagg, 1-up; Ross
ron 109, FAETU, VAH-1 NATTC RecordsWith up, while Frank Shehan took Bill Miles def. Pete Bloch, 4 and 3; James a charity smoker at Chicago
A-104 follow NARTU's Ilelson by the same margin. Skillings def. Bob Whlchter"; 1-up; Stadium.
. ers, with one win and no rain postponing some action ,Also, Bruce Gardner defeated Jack Wilson def Jim Holley, 3 and 2, Proceeds will to the Navy-
ats. in the NATTCenter intra- Charles I Baumeister, 2-up, Richard and Richard Rainwater def. Joe Peter- go
Lleurance! downed Ken Christensen, son, 1-up. Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
mural softball league, only one
|the r undefeated National Fund. The CYO stable is coached -
round of games was played last
guers are Supply and FAW- by former middleweight
week. Y
4s champion Tony Zale.
Unbeaten AK School topped

Marine Aviation Detachment ina Pistol Match Slated for
2-1. Santos Gon-
tight game,
[CENTER TABLE zales was winning hurler for ? Station Range SaturdayA

the Storekeepers.The : > pistol match will be held at
TENNIS ENDSThe : /
Missilemen of NAWS the NAS Jax pistol range Satur-

Storekeepers of AK School, also unbeaten, retained day, starting at 1300.

hool turned the hat trick their mark by downing the NavyMarine Competitors will furnish their

cetjtly when they capturedth Cooks, 11-7. Tommy own guns and ammunition. NRA
ends of the NATTCenter Thompson again pitched his > yrya classification will be used.
able Tennis tournament. teammates to victory.
An entry fee of $1.50 will help
Singles honors went to Edward The Sparkies of AE School,
cover costs of medals to be a-
Johnson Jr. AKC, as tied in a previous start, downedthe
warded high finishers.
fie defeated Richard Craham, Aviation Fundamentals nine,

KC, of the Aviation Ground 7-1, with Jim Lee pitching and
)fficers School. After dropping hitting his team to the win. NATTCenter Badminton ,

the first game, chief Winless' Support Splinters : Tournament UnderwayThe

ohnson then rolled three found the mark against the Ord- : / annual NATTCenter bad-

traight victories for the nancemen of AO, and downed kickedoff
minton tournament was
rown. them 12-3. last Monday with 84 hope-
In the doubles event, John- John Socorro drove in five
fuls ready for action.
|son teamed up with Lt. Wayne runs with a bases loaded triple,
JAX NAVY LINKS SQUAD-Having difficulty filling its The tournament is a single
Crozier, Training Officerof and a base loaded single. Charlie ranks, the Jax Navy vanity golf team it looking for it's first
elimination affair, with 21 teams
AK School, to defeat Ralph Richards was winning pitcher. win of the season. The linkiteri competed in the Pensacola
Callahan, AE1, and S/Sgt. invitational event last week and Dick Barnett. (left rear) entered in doubles play, and 42
Aviation slum finished runner-up in the B division championship. Team mem- for singles honors.
of
Robert Curran, both Daffynishun: modern
bars are front row (left to right) Frank Richards. Joseph Van in
Electrician's Mate School. where they still have one All matches are being held
area: : Vactor and Bob Peters. Rear Barnett, Larry .Gorrell Buck
car garages. Cater and George Mullins.f' Building 513.

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I I PAPER RELATES SOUTH POLE FROLIC I Limited Controller FreshWater Eyes


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Aircraft undergoing repairs a tattered bit of paper which between the Seabee Crevasse Then came, according to the Sea PaySand

and overhauling at. NAS Jax caused a lot of curiosity.The Crackers and the Airdale We- program, the volleyball gameof
Overhaul and Repair Depart- paper, in form of a mimeographed Haulers played at Seal Stadiumat the. hour at 2315 at Little was thrown into the
of the Defense
program, laid out de- 2200 hours. Wimbledon Heights.AT gears Department
ment oftimes contribute inter- liberalize the
to
tails of a big New Year's Eve THIS BIT of mayhem was fol- EXACTLY midnight, the proposal sea-pay
esting items from far-off places. blow-out at the South Pole. lowed by the football ((17)) gameof South Pole inhabitants, not to rules to include fresh water

FOR INSTANCE during recent IT WAS A New Years' Eve the year at the Snow Bowl at be outdone, welcomed the New sailors by the Controller General,

Overhauling of a plane returned Frolic and Picnic on the Byrd 2245. Principals were Frankes Year with a fireworks show according to Navy Times.

from duty in Antarctica, a Cache Patio.Included Foul-Ups and Jones' Jugger- and picnic, featuring succulent The Controller agreed with De-
fense that fresh water should be
workman at O & R came across was a "softball" game nauts. sealsteaks.
---- no bar to sea pay but he thoughtthe
pay should go only to men
Em.il1lmFOR rrk- I PWEmployeesGiven who do a fair amount of sleep-

ing aboard and spend days at a

RENT Insect time away from home port.
The Controller said the way
Apt. at :3611 College St. Mrs. x Control AwardTwo the Defense Department pro-

Shallenberg. posal reads, some shore-based
4-Room Furn. Apt. 3859 Her- Public Works employees people especially in the CoastGuard
schel St. $70 Mo. EV-7-6967.. who afloat few
recently completed a are only a
Clark. training course in operationsfor I hours in a day, would get unwarranted -
3-Bdrm House 4835 ManvilleCr. I
the
prevention and controlof pay.
(Ortega Hills). EV-7-6967. insects and were awarded About 1,400 Coast Guard sail-

Blackburn. certificates by Capt. Ira N. ors would benefit by the change,
5-Rm. Furn. Apt. 2570 SummitSt. Curtis, NAS Jax Public the Controller pointed out, and
$75 Mo. Avail June 1. Works Officer.: about 300 each from Navy and
EV-7-5498. Egan.
FRANK ULMER and Floyd Army.
FOR SALE Linder, employed by PWD at Defense drafted the changesand
2-Bdrm. Trailer. EV42464. the Disease Vector Control Cen- sent them toward the White

3-Bdrm. House. 4374 Garibaldi ter, have been undergoing train- House, asking the President to

(Venetia). Low dwn. pay't. NCC ing both in the field and in class put them into a new executive
EV-8-3567. Gillock. rooms. order.

3-Bdrm House. $1200 cash to They were recently examinedin

handle. EV-8-2184. Murphy. I the field by Dr. C. S. Harris, Marine MapsAir
Corps
3-Bdrm. House. 3805 Rodby Dr. "E entomologist from the Sixth ND

(Cedar Hills Estates). EV-4-6775. it \ !,,' \ K Public Works Office in Charleston Reserve ChangeSome

3-Bdrm. House Ortega Hills. S. C. Harris is special assistant -
Very reasonable. EV42908. Lt.' for control at the 12 new helicopter
Kamin. { / district office.pest squadrons, to be created within

the next 14 months, will be the
3-Bdrm. House 6432
RomillyDr. THE CITATION
presented by
COMPLETE DVCC TRAINING result of reorganizationin
Capt. Ira N. Curtis squadron
(Oak Hill). GI Equity $1700.
(center) NAS Jax Public Works Officer presented two Disease Capt. Curtis noted that the men the Marine Corps Air Re-
$86 Mo. EV43623.3Bdrm. Vector Control Center had in
employees certificates for their completed a course oper- Times.
according to Navy
Home. 4275 RapalloRd. completing the DVCC training course recently. Left to rightare ations for the prevention and serve
Frank Ulmer. Curtis and Linder. The Also added will be nine attack -
(Venetia Manor). EV-4-2076. Capt. Floyd two men control of insects, rodents, plant
Lcdr. Webb., have been training in operations for the prevention and controlof and fighter squadrons.The .
insects rodents plant disease and other pest Infestations. diseases and other pest infesta- location of the copter
2-Bdrm. House. In Wesconnett.
tions and in safety measures
per- be in
units is expected to big
30 by 10 swim. pool. This week Area Score tinent to the use of insecticides, with
Jax Squadrons population areas large
save $500. PRC $7900. Shop 6232O rodenticides and other pesticides, ground training units, which will
( &.,R). EV-4-6753 after 1600 including fumigents.The .
permit introduction of the ver-
Well In MeetContinued
Thomas. Navy Weapons certificate was presentedby tical envelopment assault techni-

MISCELLANEOUSWanted -" the local Disease Vector unit. into the training
: Ride to NATTC from ( from Page 1)) Lcdr. F. R. DuChanois, MSC, is ques reserve

Barrs & Riverside. (Present ride VMA-311 emerged as individual (jg) E. C. Johnson, with 252 officer-in-charge. program.

being trans). Hrs-0730-1610. Ext. light attack competition cham- points.IN .

pion.Lt. HEAVY Attack competition Izaak Walton Event
8555.Wanted Motor Vehicle
: Ride from Drs. Lake VAH-5 posted a winningscore
(jg) P. F. Crosby of VA-176
Estates to NAS. Hrs.07301600.Ext. of 8072.8 points against Enters Final MonthWith
Box ScoreBox
8510. Kathrine Brown-MRD. finished second, scoring 1830 VAH-Ss tally of 7893.2.

Wanted: Ride vie. Murray Hillto points to Capt. Detroy's 1838. Lt Comdr. Charles Donnaud III more than a month remaining score of motor vehicle

PWD Bldg. 902 Hrs. 0800-1630. (jg) Crosby was fifth entering and his crew were adjudged best in the NATTCenter fish accidents involring govern

Ext. 669/EV-4-3266. Frances final day's firing. in individual firing. His crew Rodeo, personnel are remindedto ment vehicles .
Adams. Third place individual honors was composed of Thomas Walton, get their entry blanks at Act Tot. Ace. Ace. let

Wanted: Desire to join car were snared by Lcdr. "'H. R. ATC, and R. J. Blesener, AM3. Building 614, go to their favorite In '57 Qlr. 58

pool Jax Bch to NAS. Hrs. 0730- Cheuvrent, who posted an aggregate Comdr. Donnaud and crew led haunts, catch a big one, and NAS 68 10
1545. Ex-8587/CH-9-9970. Floyd score of 1752 points.IN competition from the opening submit it to the Athletic Di- Fleet 31 3

(VW-4). AIR-TO.air All Weather ;day's action. Another VAH-5 rector.A NATTC 4 1

Swap: AE1, San ford, Info gunnery, VF-213, an AirPac Sky- plane, that was flown by Lt. R. fine array of prizes are on NARTU 2 2
call EV-4-3422 evenings. No expense ray squadron from NAS Moffett W Kennedy and crew, placed hand for the largest fish caught Mar. Bks., 4 0

to Gov't. Exts'-8164, 8346, Field, tallied 1329 points in run- second. in each classification, both fresh
272 and 216. ning off with the title. The latter crew was comprised and salt water.

Lost: Cocker spaniel name of Lcdr. D. M. Longton registered of Lt (jg) E. E. Austin and J. The deadline for submitting BREEZESA

Sandy. Buff, sandy color; one 927 of the winners' points, which I Vandergriff, AQ-3. entries is 2400, May 26.

White spot on back of neck. Feet easily brought him the individual barber surveyed the slick
white 4 old. 'All-Weather hair of the young man in his
; mos Lost in frontof fighter crown. '
t-3 : chair and asked "Do wantit
NAS bank : you
4
April 16. 1137-B
,
Lt (jg) Alton Coward of sec-
Allegheny. Galletta. cut or should I just changethe
ond-place VF-102, homebasedat oil?" '
NAS Cecil Field, finished *

runner-up to Lcdr. Longton, With the approach of inter-

BacklVardGlallCeS with 307 points. planetary travel, how will we
VF-213, IN romping off with
explain to the man from Mars
the title, led from the start in
maintain
that we our economyby
the first year of high level radar
digging gold out of the
fighter competition. VF-102 tal- ground, smelting it into bars and
Note to the high cost of living,
from the musty files of the Jax lied 547 points. then burying it in the ground
Air News: VF-111, an AirPac squadronfrom again at Ft. Knox?
NAS Alameda, came
July 22. 1943 Fighter .
through in air-to-air Day -
"Light up, mates. We can competition, racking up 668 "Is there any danger of torna-
afford to smoke again. Ship's points for a close victory. does in this locality,''' asked the

Service announces the price of Cecil Field's VF-13 and Ma- prospective newcomer.

cigarettes still remains $1.25 carton rine squadron VMF-232 both "Gosh, no," replied the old-

." fired 644 in regular innings to timer. "The winds we have here

post the first tie in Weapons $: a} .... .. ..... just naturally tear a tornado to
A man at a crowded bar was Meet history. NATTC MARINE RETIRES-At informal retirement ceremonies pieces."
heard to comment wryly: "I'mso VF-13 lost to VMF-232 in a at NATTCenter recently, S/Sgt. Randolph Stringer is .
full of penicilin that if I shoot-off. High man for the shown being rendered honors from fellow Marines as he retires The toupee wearer it is plain,
from the Corps after completing 20 service. On hand for
was to sneeze I'd probably cure Cecil Field squadron, which was years as living under an assumed
the ceremony was C. *t. Robert Rosecrans. (center right) Assistant -
two or three people." piloting F9F-3 Cougars, was Lt Training Officer of Aviation Fundamentals: School. mane.

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