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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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TVRepair Shop To Be Located' At Navy ExchangeA



new and much needed pliances including fans, irons, Country Store (Building 954)), repaired must be brought in any part of TV sets, including
service will be added to the toasters, electric clocks, etc. will be 0830 to 1630 Monday to the store, however, future picture tubes.
Navy Exchange system's ever- A retired electronics tech- through Friday.A plans call for home service to With the additional repair
expanding list of facilities nician chief, Norman Tally, 30-day guarantee will be housing aboard the station and service, authorized patrons
when the radio-television repair will run the facility. Equipment (- given on service and a 90- in Dewey Park. Also slated will continue to save at the
department opens Mon- .purchased by the Exchange day or longer guarantee will for the future are televisionsets Navy Exchange.THE .
day, June 2. .for testing purposes be given on parts. Standard to be left at homes if
THIS NEWEST facility will include the most modern a- parts guarantees will be adhered the owner's set must be removed SALE of tubes for
offer repair on all makes of vailable. to by the service, which to the store for repair.The radio and TV and the free
television sets, radios, phono- HOURS OF operation for will offer reliable work at tester will continue for the
graphs and miscellaneousitems the service, which will be reasonable prices. facility will be able to convenience of* "do-it-your

such as electrical ap- located on first deck of the AT PRESENT items to be completely rebuild or replaceIke's selfers".



Huge GainsReported



In J1IX




Bond DriveIn -

Vol. 16 No. 8 U, S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 22 May 1958
a record-producing driveNaval' I
Air Station Jackson-
ville increased civilian parti- Fatter Pay

cipation in the payroll sav-
ings plan to 62%, accordingto
week.final figures released this On June 1


This increase, a hike of 12%, Is
represents the greatest gain to Reality
the payroll savings enrollmentat
NAS Jax in many years. BULLETIN!

THE INCREASE came about r: c1L4 The military pay raise bill,
when 450 previously non-parti- 1 k which has, now become
cipating employees signed up for law with the President's

the automatic way of purchasingU.S. signature, will not only mean

Savings Bonds. i r4 fatter paychecks for some
i :
The Station-wide person-to- { ) t L 16,000 Navy military person-
person campaign took place May nel in the Jacksonville area,
5-15, in conjuction with nation- but will provide a definite
wide "Share in America" cam- boost in the local economic

paigns. picture.The .
The new figure will place pay boost, effective June
NAS Jax among top ranking 1, will increase, the Navy mili-
aeronautics activities in the Na- in the Jacksonvillearea
,..... tary payroll
val establishment. t. .lIh- -nu'
from the present $51,100,000to
MILITARY personnel at NAS O & R BOND DRIVE CEREMONY In a ceremony at Overhaul and Repair Departmentlast
Friday, plaques were presented various divisions by Capt. William C. Dunn, O & R Officer, close to $56,000,000 per year.
Jax, although not canvassed, also for top performances in the recently-concluded savings bond drive. Front row, left to right, areMary The figure climbs to $63,125,000if
joined in the strong vote for Dunbar; M. V, Haas, Superintendent of Management Control Group: Walt Stanul Produc- Green Cove Springs Navy .
Savings Bonds, with many ap- tion Engineering Superintendent; Capt. Dunn; G. J. Arnold, Process Division Superintendent, andJ military roll is added. ,
plications for Bonds from serv- F. Porwoll Superintendent of Metal Division. Rear, Comdr. William Hackney, Bond Drive Coordinator pay
include f
; Mrs. Mildren Bowling of Management Controls: J. P. Hagan, Production Engineering; These figures do not
ice personnel being turned in. Mrs. Dorothy Shaughnessy, Process Division: R. H. Roberts Process Division and C. A. Gore, the five carriers home-based at
Greatest military gains were Metal Division. Naval Auxiliary Air Station
scored in Communications and

Administration Departments. It's Mayport.Also not reflected in the "pay
Nod Assured On
anticipated a great many more VW-4 READY
check" figures is the amount in
registrations for Bonds will fol-
allotments and allowances, which
low the impending military pay FOR 'CANESThe were not increased, and whichgo
raise. Military Pay Raise BillThe 'to married personnel and their
Greatest increase among civi- Hurricane Hunters of families. This could mean mil-
ian employees was reported by
VW-4 at it again. The !
are lions more.
Public Works Department, advancing $576,400,000 military pay raise bill is on its wayto '
from 56% to 69.2%. first reconnaissance flight of reality this week. All that remained earlier this week was I No definite figure has ever
IN A CEREMONY at Over- the 1958 hurricane season was President Eisenhower's signature and it will become law, I been issued on the total amount

haul and Repair' Departmentlast launched last Monday at 1230 probably by tonight, giving fatter pay checks to some 2,592- reflected in Navy military pay-
Friday, handsome plaqueswere to investigate a suspiciousarea 000 members of the armed forces. rolls_ ,in Jacksonville. l area, buta
presented by Capt. WilliamC. The two-a n d-a-half-million- fair estimate would be
in the Caribbean south for early retirement."
Dunn, O & R Officer, to vari- plus I persons affected includes, proximately $120,000,000 per
and southeast of Jamaica. Qn the question of military going to it
personnel, was apI
ous divisions for top performance 1,682,000 active duty personnel,
(Please turn to 6, Col. closed.
I Page 5))
in the bond drive. The patrol plane comman- 700,000 Reserves not on active .
Recipients were the Process der of the Navy Super Con- duty and some 210,000 retired, '..;0". -,-- ,.s.:,.... .. .<"""!," .,,''t. .;, '.'
Division, Metal Division, Pro- persons.
stellation Lcdr. Richard
duction Engineering Group and was RAISES range from six percent { '
Management Controls Group. Panther. The big "Connie" to a high of 44 per cent for r
Plans are being made for pre- carried a crew of 26 on the EMs and 47 per cent for officers.
sentation of awards, on a depart- flight. Only those with less than two 4

(Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5)) years service and some( long- ,&_
--- service, low-ranking men get no

Station Police Kept Busy In raise.In .final discussion on the Sen- r I

I ate floor, Sen. John Stennis,

First Four Months Of '58 chairman of the Senate subcom- ,: *. .
mittee which worked on the bill, : ;
During first four months of said Congress should study the I : g 4
counts five for "obstruc- r ;p6 :
1958, Station police issued approximately driving ; possibiljty. of having military 4
720 traffic tickets ting traffic," and three were giv- people make contributions to the 4 .. .
en inattentive driving tickets. retirement fund.
for violations committed aboard
NAS Jax. Under the "other" category, 134 His remarks came after both 7T _
tickets were issued. Democrat and Republican lead- .
These figures include 163 tic- One bright spot in the traffic ers of the Senate said they U
kets issued for improper parking report is that no tickets were hoped that next year the Stennis'
during the four-month period; issued for passing a school bus. subcommittee would take up the M MOry
133 tickets for faulty equipment; Of the 720 tickets issued dur- question of relating retired pay

107 tickets issued for speeding, ing January, February, March to active duty pay, said Navy OUTSTANDING WHITEHAT James Gallon (seated)
and 87 tickets for, 'involved in and April, only 49 cases were Times. "Fighting" Attack Squadron 44s first outstanding enlisted man
accident". Forty-nine persons dismissed by the military traffic THE SENATOR from Missis- of the month, is given a cockpit check-out in the F9F-8T Cou-
jet trainer by VA-44 operations officer. Lcdr. John Stose.
were caught for failing to stopat court and two cases were dis- sippi also said there should be gar After more than four, years repairing and maintaining the
a light or sign; 27 for reckless missed by the civilian court. written into the law "a penalty squadron'i aircraft Gallon will be given a chance to fly in one.

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Page 2 JAX AIR 22 May 19SgJFJflELi ,



VA-104 VW-4 VAH-1 Report
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: Scouting Jax Area Squadrons I

WAS. J....... '
Capt Elliott W. Pariah Jr. _._..__.._................_......... ....... c.-and'", Officer
Comdr. Robert IL Smith ......?.......?;.,Fink.Aid........Jacksonville............ ........... Executive Otti.cerComNabShc I VA104All .. V W.4 Burden and M. A. Eaton will go(

Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ... .... .. ....... .. ...... ...... .... ....................... Commander 24 pilots of the "Hell's "Rates are in!" is a phrasenow to AE2.
Capt Seth S. Searcy. Jr. .. .L ....... .. .. ... ......... ...... Chief of Staff ComFair
Capt. Edwin S. Young ................... .r. ... ................. Chief Staff Officer ComNabSlx Archers" squadron now have in common use throughoutthe New AM2s are E. H. Cox L R.

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh fleet..........Air.........what.............Ekna..................................... Commander the rank of Lt (jg) or above, fleet, and is no exceptionin Gauger, R. S. Murphy and R. c.
Capt. Thomas S. WhlU ...._...._......._................:_.._......... Chief Staff Otflow for on May 1, Ensigns Joseph VW4.A Tucker. To AT2 will go R. n.

Capt. Charles I* Moore HavmXIAly Jr. .,......._Taetetoal....................Tral..........tat........CeBtevWARTO ............. Commanding Officer. Porter and Ralph Davies received total of 37 Hurricane Hun- Christianson, J. Krause, J. E:
Comdr. Wilfred E. riechmuiCapt. .................. ....._...................... ................ Executive Officer their silver bars. ters will sew on an extra stripe Przybojewski and G. G. Poole.

Alton C. Abernethy, ............naval.............IIcNpUaI................................. .....Commandlajt Officer The "Hell's Archers" intramural come tomorrow (Friday.) the
Capt Marcy Shupp ..... .,......................................,................... ........... Executive Officer softball team is presently New first- class are: L. W. Donning "crow' for the

Capt. Norman O. Anderson .............................. ................... Cotnman< Officer I tied for first place with 6 wins Hundley, ADI, and J. R. Reese, first and time H.will A.be: K. W. Lind-
Comdr. William X. hardy ......................................... .. .... ..n Executive Officer and 2 losses. ley Stephenson, to
Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds la Jacksonville Florida New arrivals include: W. G. AE1.Advanced to ACW2 are: C. R. ACW3; R. Dickinson, ADR3; >F

at Rev.no Nov.expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-W Strebe, AA; E. W. Krull, AA; Adams, D. L. Bodine, B. Brad- Hernandez, G. R. Lovering and
IMS. Distributed free of charre to military and civilian personnel ,
ef Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training F. C. Eddowes Jr., ATAA; H. bery, C. K. Cilft, S. J. Dobso, R. I. Walker, AEI3; R. R. Peavy
Center Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Tralmfcac Unit and the U. S. Merrill H. W. Patrick, D. M. Pursley andw.
Naval Hospital Merithweather, TN, 2nd and L.I G L. Light, J. W. ,
Service information Officer.._................... Ledr. J. r.KtrUlghtar, Jr. L. Fortineay, SD3. Sanderson and M. R. Tiedt. G. L., F. Ritzer, AEM3; D.y..
Als'1. S10 Andrew H. ;
___Editor -,Gordon Robbie: Staff ReDorter* Jack HAmet. PHI! John labelL .. Musfeldt, AMS3; R. F. Baardsen -
Moor JOSN*). PJO.Bn Briar. 5N Marr Ann Klrcnner SN Stall Pb Photographer Jim -'sta.+.,.: q t::, .r.r.,.aoob$ ofO'oiProV F. D. Morton and A. p.

Jax Air Nin this publication canthbe Armed Farces Press Service. Shugart, ATN3; C. L. Harrisonand
Katerlriil reprinted providing\ credit Isriven.
Photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy photographs D. M. Riley, ATR3, and L
A. Johnson, YN3.
Editorial offices located In Room 230. Main Administration Building.Phoneextenstons
II'.. 8348 272 or 218.
There have been many recent
additions to the "Hurricane
Via Relief
Navy Hunters". Latest to arrive are

Roald Brown, ATAN, Frederick

$70,687 In Loans $8,955In Gharis Jr., ATAN, James Kan-
; gieser, ATAN; James Smith, AT-

I AN, John) Maki, ATAN, William

Grants To Area PersonnelUnder Brown, AN, John Eichelberger,
C AN, Delner Napier, ATRAA, and

the organization of the Navy Relief Society, the Thomas Jones, III, AA, all from

Auxiliaries bear the principal responsibility for day by day ts:. NATTCenter Memphis.

administration of the program of providing timely, effective and From NAS Glyoco, Ga., comes

constructive assistance in their respective areas. > t. Maurice Tipton, ACW AN. John-

/ ny Godfrey Jr., ACWAN, comes
It is not an easy task, particularly with small nucleus W' t"" from VP-5.

staffs and ever-changing volunteer and additional duty person-
Also from other Station
com-
nel. Many of the cases involve much more than a mere routine
mands have come Maxie Wil-
'
granting or denial of requests for aid. 4 .y:. fb1\\ liams
ADI from
':. QQ J \ VA-15, and

THE JACKSONVILLE AUXILIARY located here at NAS ya"",,. ,.. A.._,. .. ......u.. .. .:!. ... ....m\.1 Donald Elrod, ACWAA, from
Jax, handles hundreds of cases per year for personnel and ''v C.l TIGER STRIPES -Cap J. C. Reedy, ComHal.Wing VAP-62. From VFP-62 at Cecil
their families stationed at a half dozen installations from NAS 1. is shown presenting Tiger-striped hard hats to prospective Field comes Fidel Perez, AT2.
plane commanders of VAH-1. This signifies they have completed
Glynco, Ga. south to NAS Sanford, Fla. familiarization and solo indoctrination in the A3D Skywar- Latest additions from the
rior. Left lo right are Comdr. W K. Coker, VAH-1 executive Training Command at NAS Hut-
The local log is full of cases handled by the Jax auxiliary.One I
officer Lcdr.. A. Thomas
; Lcdr. R. E. Morris Lcdr. W. chinson, Kan., are Lt (jg) ) Rob-
of the cases picked at random involved a child of an en-, C. Moessmer: Lt. D. M. Sullivan: Lt. C. R. Smith, and ert Crowell, Ensign Joseph
Lt. C. A. Kiser.
Standing
listed man, born with a congenital heart condition. The child T. Frohne (holding hard hat)by. Also Capt.present Reedy was is Comdr.Corner.W. D.C. Johnson and Jay Clifford, A T2.

had never been able to play with other children, never attended Spiegel VAH-1 Skipper. From NAS Patuxent River

public school and was a semi-invalid. As the child approached High Costs CitedUSAFI have come Albert Gaulzetti, AD-

school age, the necessity for an operation became C,. and Earl Church, AMI. From

apparent. It was learned that in his earlier years he was treatedat VW-15 has come Curtis Grant,

Johns Hopkins and he was sent there for his operation. Course Fees ADC.

TOTAL COST OF THE OPERATION was $1445. There From NAS Anacostia, D. C.,
we have Paul Alexander, AMC,
was an additional expense to the parents for their auto tripto Will Increase 1
July and Felix Haney, AD2. Frank
Johns Hopkins and for their room and board: while there., Nemeth, ADI, comes from NAS

The total cost was more than serviceman could absorb The United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI) Pensacola, while Ronald Elrod,

and the Navy Relief stepped into the picture. The serviceman correspondence course enrollment fee of $2, which dates ACWAA, has arrived from NAS

insisted on paying as much of the hospital bill as possible with back to the time privates made $21 a month, will be increased Ocean, Va.

the Navy Relief paying the remainder. He will pay back this to $5 next July 1. Other recent arrivals arc Or-
Brig. Gen. S. F. G if fin, Direc-
loan in payments according to his financial status, without I tor, Office of Armed Forces Information As at rin Smith Jr., AE2, from NAS
present, Gen. Giffin
interest. Corpus Christi, Tex., Willard
and Education, in an- said
an individual
who
success Smull, ADC, from NRS Phila-
Another case in point was that of a pregnant wife of a nouncing serviceman the higher fee, said a fully completes a correspondencecourse delphia, Oscar Perry, AT2, Port

Marine sergeant. The sergeant's wife was seven months preg- conceivably could with one of the 44 col- Hueneme, Calif., and George
take as many as 150 USAFI : leges and
nant and he was about to be transferred. His wife was sentto without added universities under con Gotthold, AT2, NS Argentia.
courses cost
provided i tract with USAFI also will be
be with her mother to await birth of the child. While enroutein he successfully completeseach eligible to enroll in a USAFI There has been a number of

a bus, she encountered labor pains and had to be removedto course in which he enroll- correspondence course without officer promotions recently.

a hospital. Fortunately there was a military hospital near. ed.RAISING paying the enrollment fee. While at Port Lyautey, Pete
THE enrollment fee Wyckoff, our illustrious PIO,
She gave birth to twins of which died and
one the other was Through USAFI
a one-time charge for most Armed Forces donned. his "railroad tracks".
hospitalized. service students is mandatory members can earn the equivalentof Ron Kurth, Billy McCabe and

IT WAS NECESSARY FOR THE SECOND TWIN to remainin because the average cost of ma- two years' college credit i in John Washchysion also assumedthe

the hospital 93 days, until it was strong enough to be taken terials for a single USAFI cor- part time study. (AFPS). rank of lieutenant. Advan-

home. Even at $1.75 per day in a military hospital, the bill respondence course is now $6.75, ced to commander was Herbert
Gen. Giffin said.A Townes Jr.
came to ,$162.75. Total assistance from the Society came to Credit .
new policy relating to the UnionAuctioning
around $102.75'in outright grants, with the remainder to be enrollment fee also will go into VAH-1

paid back by the sergeant at very moderate installments with effect July 1. Individuals who CarThe An open house was held for

out interest. complete a USAFI course in a Jax Navy Federal Credit all officers of the squadron oy

1! group study class will be eligibleto Union has for sale to the Comdr. and Mrs. William Spie-
The
number of cases handled by the Jax Auxiliary in 1957
enroll in USAFI correspondence highest bidder a 1957 Monterey gel, Saturday, May 17. Comdr.
was over 1000. Loans and gratuities were made for such items as courses without Phaeton
payment of with all the extras, Spiegel is VAH-1 skipper.
hospitalization, death, delay of BAQ, emergency leave, funerals, the $5 and can continue with- including radio, Mercomatic, A combination of wonderful

nursing care for children and layettes. Outright grants were out charge as each course is com- power steering and foam rub- hospitality, a buffet, and deicl-

made in over 100 cases amounting, in money, to $8,955.37. Some pleted satisfactorily. ber cushions.No ous but powerful punch, made

1,115 loans were made to area personnel, amounting, in money, ALTHOUGH participants in i bid under $2263, however the get together a huge success.A .
USAFI classes will
group study need be accepted.
to $70.687. These figures indicate that the business and service "wetting-down" detail coin1pleted
not pay the $5 fee, they will be The car may be
seen at its watering
transacted by the Jax Auxiliary is a huge undertaking. It is. required to enroll with USAFI the rear of the Credit Union assigned task of
down all ad
men who were
When you consider that personnel in the area served by and complete the endofcoursetest Building 39. If interested callextensio'n vanced in rate May 16.:
successfully in order
to 8507.
this auxiliary contributed in 1957 a total of $6,611 to the .
Navy establish eligibility for furtherUSAFI No bids will taken A welcome aboard is extendedto
Relief, you don't have to be a magician or'champion prognosticator correspondence courses Friday, May 30. after Lt (jg) Richard Gralow and

to see that the Navy Relief needs your help! without payment. Ensign Robert Carangie, who
have just reported for duty.



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: :} TEENERS FORM



(Mainside and NATTCenter SCIENCE BODYLack

movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Sat-

urday, Sunday _and holidays, of science and engineering graduates to fill thenal1on.s

1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital mo- estimated needs for future nuclear-space advancement -

vie daily. 1900.) would seem to indicate little interest by American

Thursday, May 22 e .. teenagers toward careers of this nature. *

Mainside-Bridges of Toko Ri 7r Twenty-six Jacksonville high
(color drama) with William Hold- school students have set out to bers would try to start up similar

en and Grace Kelly. prove this is definitely not the groups.

NATTCenter Lets Rock case, and hope to spread their Many teenagers would shy
belief nationwide to form an as- away from adult assistance in
(musical) with Julius LaRosa and 3
Phyllis Newman. Also, Leghorn >t sociation of youngsters eager to advancing, aims of such an as-
absorb scientific teachings. sociation. These boys purposely
Blows at Midnight, and Monster
sought out an adult to not onlyhelp
and the Ape; Chapter 3. FORMATION of the Boys' As-
sociation for the Advancementof them with their projectsbut
Hospital Seven Guns to Science and Engineering was to "keep them in line."
Mesa (western) with Charles
the first step taken by the young APPROACHED as sponsor was
Quinliven and Lola Albright.Also .
"' visionaries of tomorrow. Mr. Loel
Hareless Wolf and Home Jax Judy, specialist Heat
Basic membership require- Treater at the NAS Jax 'Over
Tweet Home.
--- -,---- ments were set at a keen in- haul and Repair Department.

Friday May 23 SATELLITE WATCH Final count-down on a recent expected terest ,in physics, engineering, Father of four girls, and greatly -
of U.S. satellite sent the BAASE
night firing a
. Mainside-The Line Up (action hurrying outside its classroom as the zero hour approached.group astronomy or other scientific interested in advancement for

drama) with Eli Wallach and While some carefully followed progress reports with a nearbycar pursuits ,and extraction of a young people, Mr. Judy has since
Robert Keith. Also, Robin Hood radio, others scanned the heavens with a powerful tele- promise that, on graduation to a repaid the boys' confidence with

Daffy. celed.scope, hoping to get a glimpse of the historic flight, later can- school of higher learning, mem- planning of many special pro-

NATTCenter-Bridges of Toko 0. p f jects and tours.

RL Navy Relief Drive Under his guidance, BAASE
Hospital-Lets Rock. members have visited the Oak

Saturday, May 24 Reaches Ridge National Laboratories in
Half-Way
Tennessee as well as major
Mainside Left Handed Gun
plants around Jax.
drama) with Paul New- '
(western >
Mark In FlourishThe
THROUGH THE
man and Lita Milan. A. Navy's coop-
eration, NAS Jax has been prominent -
Kiddie Matinee: Smiley (color annual drive for funds for in
these tours, the group
drama) with Ralph Richardsonand -the N a v y Relief Society has x more recently visiting the VW-4

Colin Peterson. Also, Flingin passed its halfway mark, with a 1 Hurricane Hunters, where their

the ring. little over two weeks left for well directed questions on

NATTCenter-The Line Up. Navy personnel to "help the weather research aroused con-

Hospital-Bridges of Toko Ri. Navy take care of its own." siderable admiration.
The campaign to raise $25,000
25 Jax School of Technology has
Sunday, May from Navy personnel, and civil- '
Mainside Goddess (melodrama ian friends in the area, started : g also cooperated to help along the

with Kim Stanley and off with a flourish and things group by making available a
.. j1 font .hll ftlIiluwtHEIT classroom and working area.
Lloyd Bridges.NA'l'TCenter. looked much better at the out- _
Left Handed set than it did last year, a Navy Here the boys meet once a
Gun. Relief campaign official noted. (week, opening each meeting witha

Line Up. Several units are using various special prayer for enlightenment -
Hospital-The
gimmicks to arouse interest in in scientific pursuits. Class

Monday, May 26 the drive, which opened May 4. ------ --. projects, Usually trying to arrive -
Mainside Cry Terror (sus- Some are nearing their own established UNDERWATER GUN Paul Califano, (center) explains at a solution to some cur-
Mason principles of his prize.winning underwater gun to BAASE rent science dis-
drama) with James goal of participation. A problem, are
pense members, left to right, Robert Simons Jr., Alex Long Robert
and Inger Stevens. Also, Cock a sum of $187.75 was realized Avent Al Symasek Stanley Brown Jimmy Saunders, and cussed, argued about, and finally

Doodle Dog. from the Hole-in-One contest kneeling president of the group, Richard Rockwood. worked out.INDIVIDUAL.

NATTCenterGoddess.HospitalLeft held at the golf course, in the projects receive

Handed Gun. first concrete report of the drive. Hike Outlook Improves high encouragement, Judy per-

To support the Navy's own organization sonally awarding some small incentive -
Tuesday May 27Mainside. for the relief of dis- Civilian Employees CheeredBy to winners of special

.-Last of The Fast tress among its people, military contests.

Guns (western). Also, Gonzales personnel and civilian friends One of the boys, Paul Califano,

Tamales, and Wild and Woods. from the following commandsare Military Pay Bill OkayCivilian exhibited a beautifully detailed

NATTCenter-Cry Terror. joining in the battle to raise underwater air gun along with

Hospital-Goddess. $25,000: Fleet Air Jacksonville; employees were reportedly "cheered up" by drawings to take second place
NAS -Jax; NATTCenter; Fleet last at Gainesville in a
military
Wednesday May 28 Congressional approval of the $577,000,000 pay bill for year
Air Wing' 11; Naval Hospital; personnel the Army-Navy Air Force Register. state scholastic science and engineering -
Mainside Space Children NARTU; NAS Cecil Field; NAAS says competition. Several
(science fiction) with Jackie Mayport Naval Station Green Favorable action on the mili-
;
tion is in a mess on the Hill other BAASE members gained
Coogan. Also, Fmnegan's Flea, Cove Springs; Atlantic Reserve tary pay improves civilians' pros- reported the Register.SENA7E.HOUSE honorable mentions.
Frozen Frontier and The Monster Fleet, Green Cove Springs; NAS pects of getting a raise even
Califano is the
conferees on incidentally,
and the Ape, Chapter 4. Glynco, Ga., and NAS Sanford, though civilian pay raise legisla-
postal pay rate measures find son of O & R Metalsmith, Joseph
of the Fast
NATTCenter-Last themselves hung on a parlimentary Califano. Father of BAASE president -

Guns. hook which won't allow I. Richard Rockwood is O &;

Hospital-Cry Terror.WEEKEND them to raise postal pay more R Equipment Specialist, Harold

than 7.5 per cent. Rockwood. Still another mem-

However, they are currently ber, Richard Gingrich, is-the son
TIDE dickering over bonus arrange- of former NAS Jax Supply Of-

HIGH LOW ments which would, in ,effect ficer, Capt. H. F. Gingrich.

AM PM AM PM says the Register, produce slightly Since the studies and tours

FrI. 11:01: 11:22: 4:56: 5:02: more Shan 10 per cent in the these boys undertake may seema

Sat. 11:52: 546; 5:58: first six grades. The White Houseis little advanced to some par-

Sun. 12:14: 12:49: 6:40: 7:02: not overjoyed at this prospect.It ents, Mr. Judy makes it a pointto
call on a prospective member's -
might be inclined to go
parents and explains thegroup's
along if the five cent first-class
letter rate had been approvedbut purpose beforehand.
Jax Marine Rated JUDY IS very proud of "hisboys"
so far, the conferees have
their achievements
and ,
only come with four cents.
Best In TechniqueSSgt. up and is currently working on enlisting -
THE HIGH raise and the low
the of other interested
help -
Marine
King, a
Glenn
price voted for a postage stamp
adults who can offer
Weekend Warrior of VMF-144,
teacher and may produce a Presidential veto. technical assistance and guid-
emerged as top If this happens, then the House
speaker in the 1958 Marine will have to start all ance.
and Senate
The too workinghard
Reserve Technique of Instruction boys, are
competition, topping 15 other over. ''at trying to bring in new

recentlycompleted j-n ___ iF rJ'U ,r_ White-collar employees of the members to replace those of the
finalists in the 1 w :.j& .t MMry.1? w
do who have to
original
national event. military agencies can nothingbut group gqnc t
from the NAS Jax
MARINES PROMOTED Four.
men wait. No action will be takenon various colleges, and any high
Capturing second place honorswas Marine Barracks were promoted this month. Frank Duford
their pay until Congress has school student wishing to join
the only female finalist ,S/ (left) promoted to staff sergeant, is shown receiving the tradi- Loel at
probed the strength of the White should contact Mr. Judy
Sallie Dyni of the Woman tional non-commissioned officer's sword from Jerome Keyes
Sgt. House feeling that six per centis Box 101, Green Cove Springs,
Marine Administrative Platoon, Joe McCoy and John Thomas. Keyes and McCoy were promotedto
for Ha.EBDD .
5th Infantry Bn., Detroit, Mich. sergeant and Thomas made corporal. enough postal employees.






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22 1958
Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS May




't Ji+'> + Y h I There Could Always Be, a-First Time I EXCHANGE NAVY- e



Under provisions of the bility for the Reserve obliga- and III.R. The first is for reservists .
Universal Military Trainingand available for active

{ Services Act (the draft tion.Although women aren't act- duty; the second is for reservists -

law), women as well as men ually drafted into service, engaged in essential The Navy Exchange Retail

who "are inducted, enlistedor many do enlist ;or are ap- employment; and the third is Stores at'NATTCenter (Building

appointed" have a Reserve pointed as officers and there- for reservists not availablefor 517), and the Naval Hospital

obligation when released to by come under the scope of activeduty by reason of (Building H-2009) will be closed

inactive duty, according to the .Section IVd (3) and receive extreme hardship and priva- for inventory Monday, May 27.
Army, Navy, Air Force Re- draft board classifications as tion "to the reservist'i hus- The Country Store section of

gister. reservists when returning to band, wife, divorced wife, the Hospital Retail Store will

With The Some Waves will come un- civilian life.Selective child, parent, grandparent, remain open, however. ,
der section IVd (3) of the Service authoritiessome brother or sister who is de- All Navy Exchange Retail

ToastmastersCongratulations Act, where no mention is time ago set up three pendent upon the reservist for Store facilities at Mainside will

made of sex in regards to lia- new classifications, I-R, II-R support. be open regular hours Monday.In .
are being ex- other Navy Exchange news,
tended by Toastmasters at NAS the Commissary Store, in Building -

Jax to Sgt. Don Muller, memberof Youthful Science 1511, has assumed new hoursof
Mar-Nav-Easy Seven Toast- business.

masters, who has been electedto The store will have extended
Group EnthralledByO&RVisit _ .
e '
the post of Lt. Governor for o hours of 0900-1700 on Tuesdaysand

the Northern District. He suc- Wednesdays, and will be

ceeds another Jaxon, Hank Hebb open a half-hour longer than

of.. Downtown No. 297.Muller, who A group of 12 young men, :e yw, o b h before on Thursdays, from 1230to

members of the Rocket Ad- 1900.
was attending ministration of Florida, a Hours for Fridays and Satur-
the conventionat
Jacksonville days will be 0900 to 1530 while
organization -
Fort as Lauderdale Area- formed by Dwight Mines ry. the store remains closed Sundaysand

visit NAS Jax Mondays.
Seven Governor paid a to on

}. W is still the Thursday, May 15. J 'i.. ., X. ti u

acting area This group of young men are JU Extension
interested in satellites
,, governor. He greatly ,
has indicatedDon rockets, missiles,.-and such.

Muller he will nomi- Their principal interest at NAS Courses Are
sV Y
nate Wiley Campbell of Down- Jax was Overhaul and Repair ; xr

town-297 as area governor, whichis Department where they were Possible Here
an appointive post. conducted on a tour of its many
The annual District Speech facilities by Lcdrs. James Kirk- Jacksonville University may

Contest and convention held at lighter and Charles Thomas. offer college extension courses,

Ft. Lauderdale attracted a host These youths brought with '"0;, at freshman and sophomore lev-

of Jax Toastmasters. Delegatesfrom them a homemade rocket and ROCKET CLUB VISITS HERE This group of young els, in English, math, general
men, comprising members of the Jax Rocket Club, paid a
Jax clubs included Curt biology, physical science, social
was presented by the group to visit to NAS Jax last Thursday, touring O & R facilities. They
Kretzschmann from Navy Offi- Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS were accompanied on the tour by NAS Jax officers Lcdr. science and the humanities, pro-
cers 546; Wiley Campbell, Down- Jax commanding officer.It James Kixkhghier and Lcdr. Charles Thomas Front row (left viding enough persons ire in-
town 297; Theo Mitcholson and to right) Garry McIntyre, Paul Abbott Michael Hughes and terested.
Vernon Duncan, State Farm was pointed out by Hines Frank Ingle. Rear, Jimmy Smith, Don McAlister, Lcdr. Kirk' The classes would be, offered
that during the past year the lighter Larry Presirldge. Bradley Redwine, Dwight Hines Russell -
2385; and Ham Harville, Bob club members 'have kept them- Parmertcr. Lcdr. Thomas John Roemer and Pat Nicholson. to military personnel, their dependents -
Gelles, Roy Suberly, Don Mul- I selves well informed on such I and civilian employees.
ler, and area seven contestant Professors from JU would
weapons as rockets and the Po-
Larry McCleod, all of Mar-Nav- laris & Bomarc missiles a n dAmerica's Corpsman Medal Winner To conduct the classes aboard the
Easy Seven. Station one evening per week
Explorer and Van-
.
guard satellites. for all subjects except math,
At last Thursday's MarNavyEasy Select Unknown Of WWIIA which would require two meet-
7 session three
speakerstook ings each week.
with Don
Dougherty presentingtable
the floor. Lawton Green, of whichwas Navy hospital corpsman, recipient of the Congressional The semester normally extends -
guest from Navy Civilian Toast- Summer topics, Fun.subject Medal of Honor, has been" chosen to select the unknown for a period of 16 weeks.

masters spoke on "In Defense of serviceman of WWII. Cost of each course would be
the Fairer Sex"; Ed Sweeney, Best table topic was by Ralph In ceremonies scheduled $15 per semester hour, plus a
be transferred to the
Smith, who received an ovationfor Blandy,
"Don't Condemn the Surpluses", aboard the guided missile $3 registration fee.
a talk on how to get tensedup a destroyer. The ship will go to
and Bob Gelles, "District Coun- cruiser USS Canberra off the At least 15-20 students are required -
the Gun
Factory at Washington.
,relax.T.
so you can
cil Report". Virginia capes May 26, William before a given class will
Toastmaster for the eveningwas M. Timm reported on his Charette, HM1, of the USS Quill- District Commanding General, Military be taught.
of
Washington, will have
Larry McCleod, with Dick assignment at the Southside Businessmen's back, will make the actual selec- of Eligible service personnel
charge ceremonies May 30 for
Murphy as table chairman; Don Club and T. M. Dou- tion between, the unknown of their interment beside would be able to apply for assistance -
the Tombof
Muller, general evaluator assisted gherty gave a report on his assignment Pacific and Atlantic theaters for the Unknown Soldier of WWI. under the 'Navy Tui-

by Harold Rich, Paul Sepul- as exchange speakerat interment in Arlington National THE WWII tion Aid Program.
unknown
not selected
vado, Lou Shimnonski ,and Bill Mar-Nav-Easy 7Club. Cemetery. will be buried at sea. Those interested should indi-

Clearman, guest from Navy Civilian Other speakers and their sub- MAKING UP a Naval task Charette was awarded the cate their interest to their divi-

Toastmasters. jects were: Bill Price, (RemedyFor group, along with the Canberra, Congressional Medal of Honor sion officer or department head

An 111 Country) ; Tom Payne will be the guided missile cruiser for bravery in Korea, March 27, by the close of working hours
I Regular meeting of the Jax and his icebreaker, (A Great USS Boston, the USS Blandy today, May 22.Navy .

I Navy Toastmasters Club was held Life) ; Woody Woodside pro- and the Coast Guard cutter Ing- 1953.While with a Marine rifle com-

in the Oriental Room, Commissioned nounced a eulogy on Roderick he
ham.After pany shielded a wounded
Officers' Mess, Wednes- Calabraite White, (A Rum Soak- selection, the WWII un- Leatherneck from a grenade Wives
day at 1830. ed Bum) and Hank Young, (La- known and the already chosen blast. Though wounded by the

Pres. Clancy 'had the chair tin American Relations.) Korean Conflict unknown will blast, Charette continued to ad-

minister aid to others. CornerJax


Temporary Closing For Navy Wives Club, No. 86,
met at the Dewey Park club-
a Rosendahl Gym Slated house May 14 with Mrs. Barney

Rosendahl Gym, located in Meyer presiding.Mrs. .

Building 513 at NATTCenter, will Lonnie Harris receivedher

close for renovations, and will ten-member pin. A' Southeast -
remain closed for
approximately Regional report was read by
three
weeks.
Mrs. J_E. Murphy, chairman of
4 Action in the badminton tour- the local delegation. Mrs. Wal-
li
nament will be resumed at com- ter Moore was elected scrapbook
t' PyA :: pletion of the work. chairman.

Anniversary .party of the
Dude: "Look at that bunch
local club is scheduled at the
o/ cows"Cowboy
clubhouse this Saturday at 2000
: "Not 'bunch,'-herd!" with Mrs. Rose Wilson in charge
Dude: "Heard what?" of the event.
Cowboy: "Herd of-cows."
NEXT
REGULAR meeting is
._ Dude: "Sure I've
heard
ft"o'"w.
of slated for May 28 with Mesdames
HOSPITAL PERSONNEL PROMOTED Advanced in rating as of May 16 were 13 men cows."
and Waves at the Naval Hospital, who were presented certificates by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy Cowboy: "No-a cow herd." Cummings, John Davis, Wallace
commanding officer. Those promoted were, fron row, left to right, W. T, Jenkins J. W. Leach, Dude: Why Tom Couch, John Damon, Gerald
D. J. Drury J. K. Goldale Capt. Carroll, G. F. Boone and G. M. Klotz; sec- should I care whata Cummings, John Davis, Wallace
ond row, S. T. Tindol, P L. Otto A. B. Parker.R. A. Rehm. O. L. Cleghorn, all advanced to cow heard? I've got no secrets Everoski and Richard Gagnen
HM3; and F. H. Maywalt, W. H. Mills and F. C. Bailey, who made HM2. from a cow." acting as hostesses.



Mar 1958
SAX AIR NEWS Pag 5
.

fax Riflemenlace '. '. '.. \" : '. ,:t:l

Second COLOtjQ S t t 'A' : 1' -t.
:
').' .
F.ft 1"'It. .
C AT iJR'SP' .0'1'I "I '
I :
k 6ND Even! : fj.Jf1" : ,
s .!, .. 'it ,,. l
.
iring 471 out of a possibl ; I' .' 't':. t\\.. ;... j'I" ',: : :'..' ',"

p, CWO J. R. Kanavel walke F.
with the Individual Rifl<

ampionship in the Sixth Nava]1 Spikers Finish Third In
strict Rifle and Pistol Toury -

| last week. r .

{anavel, of NAS Key West, .5 _

ished 24 points ahead of L. E National Volleyball PlayFighting

bok, AK1, of Jax Navy, who a \
'istered a 447. ; its way through a packed field of top military

ANAVEL helped his mates teams, the Jax Navy volleyball squad captured third place :3
ipture. the fiverman team in the Armed Forces Division of the National Volleyball

ampionship, eclipsing defend- Tourney- recently- at Scranton, Pa.
champion Jax Navy. First place in this division
through two days.of three-game
he team battle was undecid- went to NAS Los Alamitos with
matches, with spikers starting
until firing subsided. The the All-Air Force team snaringrunnerup
action at 0830 each day and not
wn staters, who lost the pistol laurels. letting I up until 2200.
lie to NAS Cecil Field, nosedt THE AIR Force club, composedof
the Jax contingent, 855-841.,. top volleyballers from Air Jax Navy, along with NAS
Los Alamitos and the Air Force,
Force bases the
THIRD PLACE in team play throughout
were presented attractive trophies -
lent world, possessed double-team
to NAAS
Mayport, which
.
at a post-meet banquet.IN
(aled 828, nudging Naval Stan strength.
ADDITION to fine show-
l Key West by four points. The military competition, one a

I Firing with Jax Navy, in addi- -- -- ------........- ...,.......,,- I phase of the Nationals, continued ing placed in military ninth in play Open, Jax competition. Navy-

lon to Hook, was W. F. Joyner, VOLLEYBALL VICTORS Posing with triumphant This crown was snared by
ID1, of VW-4; Bill Cash, ADC, smiles are members of the Jax Navy volleyball squad, which NATTC Bowling the unbeaten Hollywood YMCA
W-4, and Stan Rogers, AN. placed third among military teams in the recent National Volley-
ball Tourney at Scranton Pa. Jax Navy, a top name for'leveral Stars.
1 Lt. L. A. Lietner of Helicopter years in volleyball circles, also fared well in Open play. Team Tourney Slates Jax Navy's first opponent in
nti-Sub Squadron Five at NASey mates are, front row, (left to. right) Ensign R. M. Hartman, B. this division was the New York
S. Hall, J. E.
Donnelly and W. W. Smith. Rear, T. F. McGuckin
West captured the individ- E. R. Winstead, R. L. Callahan and J. H. Walker. Play Next Week Sokols, composed of European
Itl pistol event. gymnasts. Captain of the club,

CECIL FIELD'S M. E. Hend-[ The annual NATTCenter Bow- Gabriel Bidisin, was a star player -

",of VA-12, placed second with Sabo Miller Oblige Gallery; ling Tournament is scheduled .and captain of the Yugosla-

I. P. Walters of Naval Station May 26-29, with action startingat vian national team for five years.

Icy West third. 1800 each night. Slow starters but hard fighters

Cecil Field wrested the pistol Post Aces In Hole-In-One The handicap tourney is opento after being shunted to the losers'
I am crown from NAS Key West NATTCenter military person- bracket after the first round,

|i a close encounter. It's a rare day indeed when a person hits the ball into nel only. Jax Navy came from behind on

Pistol firing took place at theTAS the cup in a hole-in-one golf tourney but it's a thing almost All eligible persons can enter three separate occasions to post

Jax pistol range while unheard of when two contestants perform the trick. the singles, doubles or the five- wins.
[flemen competed at Camp This rare circumstance) hap- man team events. Although THE HOLLYWOOD, Calif.,

landing. pened during first day's com- firing. there's no entry fee, a charge of Comets won honors in the Mas-
in the Relief Society Entrants in all divisions .
petition Navy pur- 25 cents per line will be assessed ters Division, men over 35 yearsof
Hole-In-One Contest at the chased three balls for 25 cents Anyone not having established age, for the second straight

COMDR. TODDIN NAS Jax practice tee last week. during the three-day tourney, handicap must roll three gamesin year.
AL SABO, NATTCenter's gen- with all proceeds going to the
order to post one for this Monica Calif.
GOLF WIN ial athletic director and J. L. local Navy Relief Society. A total The Santa ,
event.
women's lau-
Mariners captured
Miller, an enlisted man from of $187.75 was collected form
The annual NATTCenter Official entry blanks are avail- rels while Florida State Univer-
Heavy Attack Squadron One, the contest.
I golf tourney was played Sat- able at Building 614. Trophieswill sity, advancing through the
scored last Wednes-
both
urday at the NASJax course, aces Prizes were donated by local be given winners in each losers' bracket, copped the Col-

with Comdr. James Todd cap- day.Sabo and Miller each coppeda businessmen. category legiate championship.Jax .
turing first place honors. The
grand prize, the former get- Navy took a squad of
tourney, a handicap affair ting a drill and saw set and Mil- seven men into the week-long
| had a field of 16.
ler receiving an electric shaver. Scranton event. Officer-in-charge

Maurice Axenfeld and Capt. Third place in overall compe- ;ksas':2: '! !?ix? I of the spike squad is Ensign
Charles L. Moore, Jr., took tition was shared by John Zow- .tSyf, {: Roger Hartman with W. W.
second and third places, re- arka and Jim Van Vactor, who Smith of AE School, team cap-

I spectively.In each pushed the white pellet a :.4:+ :..;f:4.t'iytiy : ; / %{' : { % tain.

scratch competition, Floyd mere eight inches from the cup. Also from AE School is Ben

| honors, followed by Robert THE FORMER was among the E F y + f/ Hall, Jim Donnelly, R. L. Cal-
Stamatis 83 who also had field while Van f i :i ii
opening day lahan and E. J. Byron. Ray Win-
least putts for the. day. Vactor performed his bit during i s stead and "Mac" McGuckin arp

Axenfeld took the trophyfor Saturday's play. with. VF-172 and Harold Walkeris
the hole-in-one contestby Women's overall winner was with VF-173.

putting his tee shot on No. Penny Pennington, who knockeda shot within 18 inches of the
16 right on the green, closestto
the pin. hole to win an electric clock. LinkstersHandFlorida
Children's competition was led

by Jim Van Vactor Jr., with the

youngster, son of one of the Frosh
\AvFund 1
Nine
third place men's entrants, get-
ting closest to the cup with a .j.
Initial SetbackThe
\Stays Atop rolling effort that came within
13 inches.
JAY HARVEY, with his two Jax Navy links squad
\Center LoopA handed the University of Flor-
feet, eight inch record, and Ter-
f 4 ida's Freshmen their first defeat
ry Johnson, three feet, four inches ;
Fundamentals
remained -
last week at the Gainesville Golf
in the top spot in the from the pin, were second and 145 _-J 1A / and' Country Club, posting a
winners in children'sNATTCenter
third place
NATTCenter intramural softball _:" } # 14-12& win.
league by winning a brace of '
Fish Rodeo Team captain Frank Richards'
games in last week's action.
First to fall was the Support Entry Deadline NearingThe 76 was low score for the all-

Splinters, 6-2, then the Sparkies NATTCenter Fishing Ro- chief Jax Navy club while John

bf AE put up a formidable defense deo, which has been in progressfor ; Darks posted 68 for U. of F.

but dropped the contest, the past month and a half, Dick Barnett and George Mul-

54.The will end Monday, May 26. lins of Jax Navy followed Rich-
Support Splints also gained There is still time for NATT- ards with 78's.

a pair of victories by downingthe Center anglers to pick up entry j ( I1f Jax Navy will travel to Sanford -

Cooks, 12-1, and clipping the blanks at Building 614 and enter .vs p at4/ Saturday for a bout with
Ordnancemen, 11-1. their fish, both fresh and salt WATER SKIERS BEST Mel\ Vollbrecht AN, a student Sandford NAS.
The Storekeepers of AK won a water. at the Aviation Storekeeper School: copped top honors in the
7-1 affair from the Cooks, then Second: Annual NATTCenter Water Ski Tournament held last Keeth Christenson, three up on
lost a 15-11 tilt to the Marines.AE "You gave me a bum steer," Saturday at Doctor's Inlet. A novice skier, Vollbrecht showed par, captured the Handicap vsPar
vic- she said as she came back withan professional form as he invaded the slalom course, executing Tournament over the weekend
School took one-sided .
a 14 of the 16 buoys perfectly, and ,won the title from a 21-con-
tory from NAWS School, 17-1. empty milk pail. testant field at the NAS Jax course.I .





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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 22 May 1958




Proficiency Pay Isn't. ,


So Modern After AllDo


you think proficiency pay is just a modern gimmick?

Do you think that the paymaster counted out the same '

money for all troops in the same' grade in the so-called good

old days? I

If you do, you're wrong on
both counts! ing their first enlistment were

Under the Pay Act of June 3, upped $3 a month for the 'Same

1906-before the cost of living grade on the second and each

index and income tax compli- subsequent enlistment up to .'Y ,

cated a soldier's scales their seventh hitch. .: .:"
life-pay +eot+w .yriv :.. < '" :
varied with types of duty. BUT PRIVATES first class .>

A MASTER hospital sergeant drawing $18 and privates receiving .
$15 only got the $3 increaseon wc owwirw .:
t). and a master engineer senior
second and third enlistmentsand :,:!;
grade, drew $75 a month; a hos-
$1 a month thereafter on
pital sergeant and a master en-


gineer geant first junior class grade, Medical, $65; a ser-De- other re-upping.hand,Every who soldier qualified, on as the a q", ...... .'; ;",.;;>. \ ..:x:; >.:>>.;.";,,,.... ..,..<
marksman drew an extra $2 a A FOAM BATH-This F7U Cutlass is not being washed down with strong detergent. Put
partment $50 but
; a sergeant NAAS the salvageable air.
aflame during a demonstration on Armed Forces Day at Mayport
'first class, Corps of Engineers, month; sharpshooters, $3; expert craft was doused by Navy firefighters using special liquid foam. This demonstration was one I

received only $45; while a stable riflemen, $5. of several staged during Armed Forces Day Open House at Mayport, scene of the major attraction .

sergeant, engineers, and a ser- In the days when a dollar was for military forces in the area.ALL .
worth a hundred cents, officers
geant medical the -
got same,
were paid extra money for extra Ike's I Nod

$36.Men in the ranks getting between duties. Adjutants and quarter- i TURKISH NAVY (Continued from Page 1))*
masters received the pay of a
$18 and $30 a month dur4 captain regardless of rank. A 1 Iw VIP TO VISIT/ / people making a contributionfrom

... ,. ,, ." their pay to a retirementfund
-- captain, not mounted, under the
: : : : Vice Admiral Fahri Koru-
SAINTS' CHAPEL
;. Pay Act of July 15, 1870, drew turk, Commander, Turkish such as civil service workers -
Sunday May 25
$1,800 This raisedto now do, Sen. Stennis said it
a was
year.
Naval Forces, is scheduled to
0930 Sunday' School for ages
$2,400 in 1908. would not apply to anyone already -
; three through adults, Bldg. 722; arrive at NAS Jax tomorrow having a vested position

officiers COMPANY-GRADE did better than mounted those Service of Worship, Chaplain'Osman. of(Friday US Naval) as part installations.of a tour under present law.

On the pay bill itself, the sen-
unmounted.
Captains mounted
,
,
Members of his include -
party
1100 Service of Worship,
extra ator said it provides what the
got an $200 yearly; a first
: Rear Adm. Tevik Sar-
Chaplains Reagan and Davis.
different services asked for and
lieutenant $100 than his
more
Turkish Navy Commander -
1300 United Fellowship of gut,
unhorsed it's "up to them to make it
counterpart's $1,500
; Protestants, Beach Party. of Battle Force; Capt.
work.
and second lieutenants, $100 on Behzat Cakici, Turkish Navy
1800 Teen-Age Fellowship, leaves
THE BILL incidentally,
top of regular pay of $1,400.
Attache to the Turkish Em-
Bldg. 722. intact the Coast Guard's 10 per
Officers
serving with
troops bassy in Washington; Comdr.
.' Monday, May 26
:: cent for good conduct upon re-
against an regardless of
enemy 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. Fetht Gurel, Director of Intel-
rank, received the and allowances tirement.The .
-
pay Turkish Lcdr.
ligence Navy
Wednesday, May 28 ; raise legislation becomes -

of the grade appro- Adnan Turkus, Aide to Adm. pay
1900: Sunday School Teaching
-
effective June 1, unless
priate to the command
exer- Koruturk, and Capt. C. S.
Methods Bldg. 722.1930"Principles .
,
unforeseen
something develops
cised. In time of peace, officers
of Christian Willard, U. S. Naval Attacheand
drew 10 per cent overseas pay Faith Bldg. 722.Thursday. Naval Attache for Air to today.

I on foreign service; enlisted men May 29 the American Embassy in An- The minimum raise is six per

received 20 per cent. 1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal, kara, Turkey. cent for all but one per cent of
the total military population. A
Bldg. 722. Purpose of Adm. Koruturk'svisit
to this is saved-pay clause in the bill
1915-All Saints' 'Choir Re- country a
m1liiI keeps at May 31 rate for
hearsal, All Saints' Chapel.ST. general orientation and familiarization pay
those who otherwise1 would lose
EDWARD'S CHAPEL with the Naval es-
For Rent
Schedule of Masses tablishment. pay.
2-Bdrm House. Furn. $65 Mo.
Sunday, May 25 THE SIX per cent minimumis
CO-4-9264. Mueller. to recognize the rise in the
f ; 3-Bdrm Furn. House. 4602 08301000Sunday. of since the last raisein
II : Pfc. Gets cost living
i: 0630-Daily. Cunningham
Manchester (Lake Shore). All 1955.
utilities furn. $150 Mo. Avail. 08 CO-Saturday. AO (A) School HonorsPfc.
The increase in resultin
LUKE'S CHAPEL
ST.
pay may
May 25 for' 3 mos. PO-5-4466.
ltUhp. Foster. Naval Hospital Charles Cunningham a quick slash in draft calls,

\' '0630-Catholic Mass. Hamilton, O., grabbed top hon- according to Assistant Defense
'i;.:: :;:.. .hHI; :::;; 1-Furn. 'Rm. 3242 RemingtonSt.
.,\ .swuvihV.WYYYW': YS.L 1+1 L EtTW 1J 0930 Service of Worship, ors in last week's graduation at Secretary William H. Francis Jr.
EV-9-5965 Ext-8131. Mehl-
CASUAL -When she's not / Aviation Ordnancemen School
Chaplain Bryant. He declared the Army has already -
before the movie cameras, delectable man. Class A at NATTCenter.Cunningham .
Latter Day Saints (Mormon) the call from
cut July
Dorothy Malone likesto 3-Rm.: Apt. Furn. Grnd Fir..
walk barefoot along the Nearly new. For working cple -Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. who entered the 11,000 to 10,000.
beach Christian Science Marine in July 1957 is
near Hollywood. with two small children. Util. Tuesday, Corps

Furn. $18 Wk. 3131 Nolan St. 1900 Bldg. 751. still unassigned. Huge Gains

Radar Approach EV86502. Davis.
For Sale (Continued from Page 1))

3Bdrm. 2-bath home. 4809 yl'r y:k ,, '. .: :k. .v.'':
Mark RecordedBy mental level, by Capt. Elliott W.
Avent Dr., (Ortega Hills). EV- : a: r;';fi.: ,, ;', 'h Parish Jr., NAS Jax commanding -

4-2301/Ext 8106. Capt. Tyler. '\h; hY. h v+ax*' 0y< officer, for outstanding

VP-5 Craft 3-Bdrm. 2-bath home. 4039 { achievement in the campaign.

A Patrol Squadron 5 aircraft Tyndale Dr. $1300 Dwn. EV- Success of the drive, it been

completed the 30,000th Radar 84882. Cdr. Colkitt. emphasized, is due to coopera-

Controlled Approach at NAS, 3-Bdrm. 2-bath Home. 1110 tion of department heads and
4
Busac Ave. (Normandy). EV- h
Argentia, Nfld., at 1426 local 1i supervisory personnel, and espe-

time, May 7. The P2V-5F was ,89956. V cially, to the unselfish and constant :
3Bdrm. 1bath Home. Low # :r
effort all members of
piloted by Ensign John Phillips.The by
GI equity. $67 Mo. 4124 BlandingBlvd.
co-pilot was Lt (jg) Ken the drive organization.Final .
EV-7-2679. Weigel Jr.
Peterson. Controller was Earl Results on Bond Drive:
3-Bdrm. House. 4901
Ortega
Ross, AC2. D.pt. I New % Old %

Radar Air Traffic Control Center Hills Dr. GI equity. $65 Mo. EV- o & R .... .?... ... 58.8 48.4
4-2908. Public Works ....... .. 69.2 56.0
Unit 15 is responsible for 3-Bdrms. 1-bath Home. 7347 Supply ... .. .. .. .. ..... 65.6 57.2
the control of all air traffic Greenway Dr. (Ortega Hills), Comptroller ..... .. ..... 54.7 44.2I
arriving at or departing Argentia. R D.. ............. .......... 84.8 74.0
Because instrument condi- EV-7-3972 after 5 p.m. Security... ............. ....?..67.6 66.2
?-Bdrm. Home. Low FHA Fi- Communications ........ 61.9 50.0
tions generally exist locally, radar nancing. Conv. to both NAS & Administration ............ 82.0 73.0

is the primary. navigationalaid Cecil. EV-7-2018. Lt. DeHart. Operations .. .. ...64.3 50.0
used. MiscellaneousWanted II Medical .. ...." 70.0 50 0
{ Miscellaneous 81.8 72.7
The GCA unit extended im- : Swap-V. S. Bacz- .."" ." "F' Zha'+,

mediate congratulations to the kowski, ADI, has orders to Whit-

pilots and crew number 10 of ing Field, Milton, Fla. Due in YWCASlates DanceAn

VP-5 upon completion of this about 1. For info "" .ate+a ,., .c ,. ....
States Sept. ,
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30,000th GCA approach. call RA-4-4417. Would like informal dance is scheduledat
swap FLEET-BOUND The Tales guided missile, tested and ap-
After the aircraft taxied to with some one in Jax area, shore : proved at White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico will the YWCA.325 E. Duval St.,

the line, the GCA unit secured duty only. Wife living at above soon join the Navy's arsenal. Capable of carrying an atomic tomorrow (Friday) and all mili-

temporarily, while all personsinvolved Tel. No. Baczkowski is attachedto warhead, the Tales was originally designed for anti-aircraft tary personnel are invited.
use, but can make direct hits on ships and shore targets more
in this epic event shared V VA-105 aboard Essex in the than: 25 miles distant. First ship to be armed with the missile Admission is only 25 cents.
the traditional cake. Med. will be the USS Galveston. Hours are from 2000 to 2330.