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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Don't Let Death Take Your Holiday This Weekend








Out Navy Details Spells J1)X)





Of Pay HikeHere

VoL 16 No. 9 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 29 May 1958

in a nutshell is the

way things stand now that Four Pilots
the military pay bill has

passed.Increases in pay for most Back From
r
<
everyone in uniform with more
than two years service become
Affective Sunday (June 1)). The NC WoodsA

increase .should show up on
June 15 pay checks.PROFICIENCY bushy-bearded quartet of
and responsi- Ir : Attack Squadron 104 pilots
bility pay will be put into effect f i returned to NAS Jax last

later, following approval by week after ten days at "Oper-
Defense Dept. f :c '.t ation Tenderfeet" in the

The Navy plans to hold serv- woods of North Carolina.

ice-wide exams .for promotionto 4ai TAKING THE training were
the new senior and master Lt. C. L. Cook, Lt (jg) W. R.
chief petty officer rates on Aug. Heins, Lt (jg) C. D. Gerberdingand

5. Lt (jg) S. C. Wilkey."Tenderfeet" .
Marines have a board in ses-
is a survival
sion now to select those first
school run by the Army for
sergeants and sergeants major rrti .
Navy and Air Force pilots and
who will get E-8 and E-9 pay,
simulates an actual experienceof
respectively.
being forced to abandon air-
THOSE WHO miss selection
craft behind lines.
enemy
will be "busted" to master ser-
geant. Possibilities of later pro- Pilots at the school undergo
motions of technical specialiststo fk..M. A ?a? escape and evasion practices until

E-8 and E-9 in the Corps they are eventually captured and

appear good.Allowances. returned to the compound.THE .

for all grades remain COMPOUND is used to
the same. For those advancing -
simulate a POW camp, to acquaint -
to E-8 and E-9, quar- men with techniques of

ters and subsistence allowances, .. .w.' < _..',..,,'__ ._. .. ..n ', '_",'wm v'___ ......< nm capture,' treatment and interrogation -
special pay and other "extras"will TIRED. WEARY SOON FORGOTTEN Pilots of Attack Squadron 104 are shown with and to provide experiencein
be based on E-7 rates. long facet and long beards, after their return to NAS Jax last weekend following ten days at organization of resistance in
Officer allowances in the new "Operation Tenderfeet" in the North Carolina woods. "Tenderfeet" is a survival school for Nary the compound and thinking towards -
0-9 and 0-10 grades are thoseof and Air Force pilots used to simulate an actual experience of having been forced to abandon air- methods of .
0-8. craft behind, enemy lines. Pilots undergo escape and evasion techniques. Making the trip were, escape.To
RETIRED, retainer, and dis- left to right, Lt. C. L. Cook, Lt (Jg) C. D. Gerberding, Lt (jg) S. C. Wilkey and Lt (jg) W. R. assist them in escape and

ability retired pay hikes of six Heins.----- .--- _______________n evasion, pilots use normal sur-
percent, in most all instances, vival gear, which includes a
will be effective Sunday, June Holiday Routine Slated hunting knife, Mae West jacket
1, also. HANGOVER'SNIGHTMARE I and remains of a parachute.With .

Reserves on active duty for this equipment, they

training will get the new pay For Station TomorrowThe hunt for their food, try to locate
rates for any active or drill was a one-eyed, one-
forces, and elude dangers of the
time after this Sunday. flying purple people
Ex-enlisted service officers entombment of World War II and Korean I wouldn't eat you woods.

who had four years in EM I known" soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery, you're too tough! Through this schooling, these

ranks before commissioning,will ceremonies in Washington, will mark Memorial Day for 1)A Purple Eater what is your men have learned methods of
be paid on the special tables for nation tomorrow. ? Eating purple peo-
survival, and that no matter how
ex-enlisted personnel if they are THE UNKNOWN Heroes of and it sure is fine."
will be open Thursday ( ) difficult surviving becomes,
0-3s below.
or WWII, and the Korean Conflict
from 1000 to 1700 and from f d? If
o n use you are, nothing could be worse than
Complete pay tables for com- will be buried in new crypts
to 1500 tomorrow, ) late man, latel! For the
missioned officers, officers with: beside the Tomb of the Un- capture.
Day. Air News' interpretation
four or more years active EM known Soldier' of WWI in cere-
Now the "survivors" return to
The Commissary store will the "Purple People Eater"
service, warrant officers and enlisted monies to be attended by the
closed tomorrow, as will to Page 4. their homes, the comforts of nor-
men were published in the President.
May 15 Jax Air News.FleetWide. 1 The President, in his pro- (Please turn to Page 6, Col. ) mal living, and a clean shave.

clamation, also urged Americansto
observe Memorial Day as a

PO day of" "prayer for permanent CONTROL# BfHNCH# f ASST. PlAINT ,

peace.
Here at NAS Jax, most serv-
Exams Slated
icemen and civilian employeeswill

have a holiday.NO .
For AugustThe MEMORIAL services are
planned at Chapels aboard the

Navy's next servicewidepetty Station, however, the Fleet Re-
officer exams will>be held serve Association Branch 126
in August. and the Ladies Auxiliary will
First tests for the new E-8 hold their annual Memorial

and E-9 ratings are scheduledto Services on Sunday.
S f
be held Aug. 5. Promotionsto These services will be heldon m
the ultra-high pay grades will board the USS Catawba off pfr4 / /- '
probably be made on the basisof ; Mayport.

these exams.A Fleet Reserve Branch and
further story on the master Unit 91 held services May 25 is
and senior chief petty officer at the NAS Jax Protestant Cha-

ratings appears on page 3 of pel and at the Saluting Battery.A .
this week's .Jax Air News. plane flew flowers to the _
Tests for promotion to third sea after the ceremony.

class petty officer will be held THE BARNETT Bank facility __
throughout the Navy on Aug.I Navy Exchange activities except -

7; exams for P02 on Aug. 12, : + _

while POI tests are slated for Navy Exchange activities openat ........... __ "_'_''';_ ''''''''w''v__y___..'''''"' '',, _'0'_.__ _______._ _.___
Aug. 14, according to Navy Mainside include the Blue- FIRST UNIT TO REACH RELIEF GOAL Lcdr. Max Moore, (right) unit chairman for
Times. jackets'Inn, the enlisted mens' Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, accepts an envelope containing $405 from Fasron Six skipper
Comdr. G. E. Phillips, as the squadron's. contribution to the current Navy Relief Fund Drive. Fas
The said the club Snack Bar at the
Navy current Opera- ron Six is the first unit participating in the drive to go over Us monetary goal. With an estab-
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4)) tions Building and the Golf lished goal of $371. the squadron joined forces to go over the hump with 109% contribution.




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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS S .. 29 Ma7 1958

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HOUSEWARESSALE Relief Society Resolves


AT NX Complicated SituationsAs

3(1*. ,....YUIe
eapt, Elliott W. Pariah Jr. __ _____...._.... Commanding Officer I The first annual House- been pointed out previously, the Navy
Comdr. Robert H. Smith .._.._.,.H....................__............_.... Executive Officer Fair mammoth sale It has Relief
wares a handles thousands of cases yearly and has done
NAB Six Fleet Air JackIOD"Wa Society so
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Swlteer ......".......... ....... .. ..........."............... ....... CommanderCapt. of household goods, will get creditable fashion. It has also been noted that
Seth S. Searcy Jr. ................... .. ......... .. ............... Chief of Staff FalrJax the Navy in a many
Capt. Edwin S. Young ...................... ...................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six underway June 2 at cases involve much more than mere routine granting or denial
Fleet Alt WI-0 Devea Exchange. It is not an task to
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ,......................................._.._._...................... Conunander of requests for aid. easy resolve com-
Capt Thomas S. White llu..1n.u..l......_._-_._,_..--.: Chief Staff Officer' Patrons will be able to save plicated and sometimes controversial situations to everyone's
Nava2 Air Tetfealoel Tnlatef Canine to 33 off regular
Capt. Charles L. Moore. JrT._...._....__..._._.................. ... Commanding Officer up percent satisfaction.A .
Comdr. Wilfred K. Heeknu.. ........__......_..............................H........._ Executive. Officer Navy Exchange prices on 33 case in point is that of the youngest of five daughtersof

Capt Alton C. Aberneth .............anl..............IIoqUa1...................................... Commanding Officer specially-selected household a third class petty officer. The parents of the children;
Capt Marcy Shupp ....................................................................................... Executive Officer items. were divorced each had remarried. The custody of the four

Capt. Norman O. Anderson .......,.........KARTU.. .................................. ftfn>TfB1VTig* Officer Some of the items with reduced older children was with the father during the school year,
Comdr. William K. Hardy ._...................._?..........?..?.................... Executive: Officer price tags are: Iron- the mother during the summer months, with the father contributing -

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds in JacfcaonvtDe, Florida ing boards and covers, hampers $100 per month during that period. The youngest
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVDCO3 P-W
due to
Rev. Nov. IMS. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian" personnel waste baskets, laundry child stayed with the mother a congenital heart con-
af Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical: Training Baskets, dinnerware, slicing dition. To make matters more difficult, the father and the
Center Fleet Air Wing 11. Naval Air Reeerve Training Unit and the U. S.
Nara) hospital machines, baking utensils, mother lived in cities 1,000 miles apart.
Service Information Officer ...................... Lcdr. Charles M. Thomas
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey cannister sets, pepper mill THE YOUNGEST CHILD'S CONDITION was that of a pro-
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Jack Bolmea. PHI John Zaben. sets, plastic kitchen utensils, gressive heart enlargement of such a nature that, unless heart
JOSE Ben Sylar SN Marr Ann JtlrchDer, SN Staff Photographer Jim
Moo e. Pitt. salad sets and 4:ark,ecue ac- surgery was performed, his life expectancy was not more than
The Jax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is cessories. one to two years. The case was worked up at a Naval Hospital -
*ftven. Photograph, unless otherwise credited are official U. 8. Navy photo- Sale ends June 17. and the indicated treatment confirmed by specialists at

rlEdttorUl offices located faa Room tJO. Main Administration BuUdln,.Phone Bethesda. But the procedure required was open heart surgery,
extensions 81M. O4& zTl or lie
necessitating the use of a heart pump. Arrangements for this
.
at the Mayo Clinic were made by the hospital in the area

MOVIES served by the Auxiliary, after much correspondence and effortin

getting in touch with the father and obtaining his coopera-

tion and consent.
(Note-New hours
of NATT- y THE MOTHER WAS TO ACCOMPANY the child but by
Center movie, 1900 daily. Sat-
the time the arrangements were completed she was expectinga
urday, Sundays and
holidays, child by the second marriage and was unable to make the
1400 and 1900. Mainside movies
:r trip. The Navy Relief Society then found a registered nurse,
daily, 1800 and 2000. Weekends
and CGI l5; I Iof the widow of a chief petty officer, who most generously volun-
holidays, 1400 1800 and
2000. teered her services at no cost either to the Society or the family -
Hospital movie daily
,
Clinic participates in the Medicare
1900.) Since the Mayo pro-
gram, the expense of the operation itself was borne by the
Thursday, May 29
Mainside Titanic (true sto- > \ \ e government. The Society, however, provided plane fare, room
child and the and extraneous
and subsistence for the nurse
ry drama) with Clifton Webb
and Barbara Stanwyck. expenses.
NATTCenter :- Space Chil- Most happily, the operaiton was successful and the child

dren (science fiction) with returned home with excellent prospects for complete recovery.

Jackie Coogan. Also, Finnegan'sFlea The total cost was $800. The Society is still following this

and Frozen Frontier. Mons- case, as the child must return to Mayo in about six monthsfor

ter and the Ape, Chapter 5. check-up and observation.
Hospital Last of the Fast ANOTHER CASE VERY MUCH briefed down here, but

Guns (western) with Gilbert which also required complicated arrangements, was that ofa

Roland and Linda Christian. seaman and his wife traveling by auto between stations.As .

Friday, May 30 in the case previously cited, there was a head-on collision,

Mainside Torero (bullfight the wife was killed instantly and the seaman critically injured.He .

documentary with Louis Pro- was unconscious and the responsibility for disposition of

cuna. Also Tortilla Flaps and ... ..w. ,.... his wife's remains fell to the Navy Relief Society. Throughthe
Boy and His Dog. WINS AIR FORCE AWARD Lt. Charles Crockett, of Red Cross, her family-was located and arrangements made
Fighter Squadron 22, admires desk set him
pen given as partof
NATTCenter Titanic. commendation received from the Air Force Training Com for shipment of the remains and interment in her home town.

Hospital Space Children. mand for outstanding airmanship while on exchange duty withan Difficulty arose however, in connection with special pro-
Saturday, May 31 Air Force unit in Alabama. Lt. Crockett's alert action whena visions required by State law. The cost was high-some $1,200
flame-out occurred on his T-33 trainer earned the Air Train. his of it loan,
Mainside Collosus of New -but the man, on recovery accepted $300 as a
ing Command
Safety Award for the VF-22 pilot.
York (science fiction) with the remainer being an outright grant.

John Baragrey and Mala Pow- Fortunately, cases like the above' are not routine but they

ers. Also, Grateful Gus and Air Force Safety Award Is do illustrate the many, many problems with which the Navy
Leave Us Chase It. Relief Society are not infrequently confronted. We can ask

NATTCenter Torero. ourselves seriously, where would these Navy people turn if

Hospital Titanic. Presented To VF-22 PilotLt. these funds and services were not available? You can help

Kiddie Matinee Big Land by contributing your share to the Navy Relief Society.

(color western) with Alan Ladd Charles Crockett, VF-22 pilot, is the proud possessorof

and Virginia Mayo. a "well done" award from the Air Force, which he re- New Rules Made extension of shore duty tours

Sunday June 1 ceived while an exchange officer with the 3615th Flying for 21 rates.

Mainside Wild Heritage Training Wing at Craig AFB. Ala.
and Marine Corps' overseas -
Navy
(color drama) with Will Ro- Lt. Crockett received the ATC For Sea Survey, tours have a 24 month limit

gers, Jr. and Maureen aSull- Flying Safety Well Done Award broken 3700 overcast and seven under current rules.
van. Also, Explosive Mr. Magoo for outstanding airmanship in miles visibility. Overseas ToursA I

and Droolers Delight.NATTCenter landing a flamed-out T-33 on Crockett had alerted his stu- Both the Army and the Air
new Defense policy stan- Force have tours, up to
longer
Collosus of Jan. 15. dent to descend to 2000 feet and
New York.Hospital HE WAS flying a student on if not in visual contact with the dardizing the length of over- 36 months in some areas,
Torero. instrument standardizationflight seas tours for all military per-
an ground to pull up and eject.
Monday June 2 at 18,000 feet over a solid After sonnel will result in the Navy InternationalRules
Mainside "breaking out" at 5500 and Marine Corps having to increase
Quiet American undercast when the flame-out feet, Lt. Crockett -
(suspense drama) with Will occurred. An automatic airstartwas and leveled off their duty tours for most PlannedAn
dropped to 220 knots. lie Parley Is
Rogers Jr., and Maureen O'Sull- accomplished which resulted overseas shore assignments, according -
recognized the terrain
van. Plus, Explosive Mr. Magoo in engine vibration, rumblingand just north of Maxwell as and being fol- to Navy Times. International Conference

and Droolers Delight. the exhaust gas temperature lowing Maxwell's DF steers These increases may be as has been proposed to modernizethe
NATTCenter Wild Herit- was much as 12 months at the
exceeding maximum limit. able at 2600 feet to see Mont- some International Rules of

age.Hospital Lt. Crockett placed the throt- gomery at four miles. Moments overseas areas. Road by Great Britain.
Collosus of New tle in the stopcocked position.A later he The new tour rules, to become
York. second automatic airstart was and broke out in the clear effective July 1, are now near- Scheduled to meet in 1960, the

Tuesday, June 3 discontinued due to low RPM landing.accomplished a dead stick ing final stages of approval in proposed conference will consider -

Mainside-Scared Stiff (com- and exhaust gas temperature.By the Defense Department. Stan the following: International -

edy) with Dean Martin and this time, Lt. Crockett had dardization of overseas tours was Convention Respecting Load

Jerry Lewis.NA'lTCenter. contacted the Maxwell AFB NOTICE ordered last year by former De- Lines, 1930; 1948 Safety of Life

Quiet American. tower and explained the situa- Clothing and Small Stores Issue fense Secretary Charles E. Wil- at Sea Convention and Inter-
tion. Maxwell tower immediately national Regulations for Pre-
Rooms son.The
at
Hospital Wild Heritage. began giving DF steers to Mainside and Navy has announced the venting Collisions at Sea, W*

Wednesday, June 4 the disabled aircraft. NATTCenter are closed for in- new sea duty tour cut-off dates established

Mainside Quantrill's Raid- WHEN THEY reached 12,000 ventory. for sailors being placed on the A committee was last

ers (outdoor drama) with Steve feet, a manual airstart had to Both stores, in Building 953 at SEAVEY (sea survey) list un- in the Navy Department

Cochran and Diana Brewster. be discontinued once again and Mainside and Building 513 at der its sea-shore rotation pro- January to solicit recommendations -

Also, Candid Mike No.3, Hap- Crockett lowered the nose of the the Center, are due to gram. It also gave a six-month and comments from all
py Tots and Monster and the aircraft to increase speed. He or about reopenon v ide the
Monday, June 2. Hostess Navy sources to pr 0
Apes. decided to attempt a DF pene- : "Why don't you eat recom-
NATTCenter Scared Stiff. tration your jello?" foundation for Navy
to Maxwell which
was Said the call to the silo
Hsopital Quiet American. : Little boy: ( mendations at the International
reporting 1000 scattered, 1800 7* my fodder in there?" watching jello
closely), "It's not dead yet." Conference.




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29 May 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


i .... a : : .
VP-5, VA-15, VA-44 Report

I is I
,


't { + e 6 ra Scouting Squadrons

VP-5 with the Valions imprqving at

Squadron officers are plann- every tee. Our skipper is no

., V ,], ry ing a farewell party for Lt (jg) duffer on the fairway and Hugo

Tom L. R. Brown, who is being Pearson is whipping our team

: 'i discharged from active duty. into shape.

> Tom has served with the Mad Cigars have come from LtSr

S1 i. r Foxes for three years and has Roger Massey and Chuck ROSQ

_____ participated in several deploy- on receiving their "railroad

ments. tracks". Congratulations to Lt,

and Mrs. Massey 'on being proud
The squadron will miss this
parents of a 7 lb., 12 oz. girl.
excellent patrol plane comman
Our squadron plaque now hasa
"
der. However, he- intends to re-

.-.-..-.---....-.-'- -.-.----- .......-- ...._- --T".v,.,.,.,.",..., ............ .""._ locate with the local Weekend place in the "O" ''club bar
STATION'S NO. 1 SAVINGS PLAN SALESMANA challenge from his supervisor may Warriors and should be close by. All the pilots enjoyed their
have resulted in Floyd LInder (center), head pest control equipment operator at Public Works, swim and helicopter pickup i
becoming the Station's No. 1 Payroll Savings Plan salesman. Henry Foster, chief quarterman of An All Hands party is set for from the St. John's river over
the general services section of Public Works maintenance division, jokingly informed Linder that tonight at the Seminole Hotel.
he would buy him a U.S. Savings Bond if he (Linder) would sign up everyone on his list. Linder The affair, a dinner-dance, will a week ago.
had 33 employees to contact and came within an eyelash of collecting his reward by signing up Ltjg) Bob Walker has beento
function before
30 participants In the Payroll Savings Plan. Linder holds the "30" sign signifying his part in the be final squadron survival training f.1. the

Bond. drive, with Ensign Charles Gould, maintenance officer on the left and Foster on the right.In the impending deployment. swamps of Fort Brag, N. C.
the background are employees of the general services section. Lt. Walt Ranzau has been
and is now on a diet of alliga-
------
nervous lately. You guessed it, tors. Reporting aboard this past
Tests
Slated 5
.. Aug.
while
his wife is expecting! fly-
week were J. M. Freiss, AA,
SUPPLY CITED ing locally, he demands a con- from Norfolk and C. Albertson,

Senior Master Chiefs stant communications check with ATI, from Memphis, Pete Blan-
FOR EFFICIENCYNAS
home base. chard is now carrying a "brown
*
Jacksonville's Supply bag".

Department has again been Grade Given VA-15 Advancement in rate ceremo-

cited by the Navy Forms and ApprovalThe The golf season is underway nies were held recently for: F.

Publications Supply Office for R. Stanek, AE2; C. L. Snod-
being "tops in supply effec- Navy this week is going ahead with plans to set Richards, Howsare Top grass, AM2; R. P. Basden, HEMS -

tiveness" in the field of cog- up pay grades E-8 and E-9, following authorization from AE (A) School Grads ; J. F. Tingle, AEM3; L. M. .

nizant forms and publications, Congress.The Pfc. Glenn Richards of St. Hall, AMH3, and R. D. Be-

it was learned this week. new pay bill allows a total of 11 years Naval service. Paul, Minn., and Pfc Jack How- hrends, AMS3.
The NAS Jax facility led maximum of one percent of a *
E-9 applicants will be requiredto sare of Horsham, Pa., shared
the field for March with a service's total EM strength for VA-44
in week's
hare served at last six yearsin top honors last graduation -
gross supply effectiveness of E-9 and two percent for the E-8 E-7 grade 'and have at least '' at Aviation Electrician'sMate "Fighting" Attack Squadron 44

93.1 percent and 97.3 net ef- rating.IN 13 years Naval service. 'I' School Class A at NATT- congratulates its first outstanding -

fectiveness. THE NAVY the new rates ALL CANDIDATES must be Cent r. plane captain of the month,

Jacksonville was also high will be called Senior Chief Petty recommended by their commanding Richards, who entered the Richard McBride, AN.
activity in January, it was Officer for E-8 while E-9s will The squadron extends a hearty
off jeer to compete in a Marine Corps in June 1957, will
title of Master Chief welcome aboard to Lt (Og)
emphasized. use the regular service-wide advance- report to the Marine Air Station,
Thomas Frank, who reported to
Petty Officer. ment examination. El Toro, Calif., for duty, while
the Hornets this week from Fas-
Initial Navy planning for these Successful candidates will then Howsare, who also entered the

pay grades is based on .5 per have their records reviewed by service in June 1957, will reportto ron Five.

DIAPER cent for E-9 and 1.5 per cent a Selection Board at BuPers, Headquarters, Marine Corps, Officers and their ladies don.

for E-8, phased over four years. which will make final selections. Washington, D. C."WHATZIS" ned their "craziest" costumes fora
at the Skeet Club last
party
to avoid a "hump." I ...........
DOINGSTax raw.risxer'a Friday night.Adme .
The new billets wil be distributed -.

deductions, in the formof among all ratings in

16 precious little bundles, proportion to the number of ( Lee New

arrived at the Naval Hospitallast petty officers in each rate J's'NilSC's
fAa. :
week. ONLY CHIEFS on permanent T.w; oY'fa ; 'r'a'Y., Air Technical

Boys led the list, with nine appointment will be eligible for Y y .
}d
little fellas checking in, com- either of the two new grades. I !+ Training Chief

pared to seven girls. Candidates for advancement to

Son, Timothy Damon, to Loren E-8 must have already served

Venable, MA3, and Mrs. Ven- four years in E-7 and have a Rear Admiral Fitzhugh Lee
10 daughter Julia assumed command as Chief of
able, May ;
Celeste, to William Depoy, BM2, Bailiff Is Honor Naval Air Technical Training at

and Mrs. Depoy, May 9; son, d 'a x f informal ceremonies May 19 at

Alfred Charles II to Alfred Peru- Man at AK School r his NAS Memphis headquarters.Adm. .
'( Lee succeeds Rear Ad-
py
and Mrs. Perutelli,
telli, DC2, _
Edward Bailiff, AKAN, of '" {
Gail 4 miral Frank Akers, reassigned toa
May 11; daughterLydia ,
Norristown, Pa., was namjd top-ranking Mediterranean
to John Patronis, AK3, and Mrs.
honorman in lasweek's grad- command in
Naples, Italy.
Patronis, May 11; daughter,
uation at Aviation Storekeeper Adm. Lee to
was appointed
.'
Stacy Kathleen, to Robert Cuth-:
School Class A at NATTCenter. T the Naval Academy in 1922. He
bertson, AOAN, and Mrs. Cuth-. : t
bertson, May 11. Bailiff, who entered the Navyin served his first duty aboard the

September 1956, will report toVF71 4 i.I .f. old battleship Oklahoma.He .
ALSO, DAUGHTER, Sandra ___ .
- Gail to Donald Keough, AD1, and \ stationed at Oceana, Va., ..S; :;',' -:. 'saw considerable action in
:
the Pacific in WWII.
Mrs. Keough, May 12; son, for duty.

Douglas Lumbley and Gary Mrs., to Lumbley Kenneth, May k line Adm.of fighting'men.Lee comes from. His a fatherwas long

Pinecastle AFB
\
Col. Lee
Charles Lewis IV to Army George
12; son, ,
Charles Prasch, AN, and Mrs. Gets New Name \i. I while his great-grandfather was
I Rear Adm. Sidney Lee, brother
:
Prasch, May 12; son, Mark Wil- : ; ,
liam, to Victor Brandes AEC, Pinecastle AFB at Orlando, of Confederate Army Commander -

and Mrs. Brandes, May 12. Fla., a Strategic Air Command : Gen. Robert E. Lee, CSA.
bomber base and a familiar .' 1 II i s great-great grandfatherwas
May 13 saw one birth, a son, medium .. .
Calvin Keioki, to Edward Val- name in state military ij i Henry (Ljght-Horse Harry).
renamed McCoy j Lee of Revolution fame.
been
ente, AG2, and Mrs. Valente. circles, has
in honor of the late Col. ---
AFB
May 14. births were, a daughter -

Joy Darlene, to James Mc- Michael Norman Wright McCoy. Wives, Take a Tip!

Daniel, SKI, and Mrs. McDaniel, Col. McCoy was commanderof
The children at the Navy
and a 'son William Stephen to the 321st Bombardment Wing,
Wives Nursery at NAS Jax had
Lt. (jg) and Mrs. William Sugg. stationed at Pinecastle at the
their annual
ust returned from
OTHER BIRTHS last week time of his death in a military
rip to the dairy farm and the
were, daughter, Sara Faith, to plane accident last year.
zoo.; i
Branch Arrington, SK2, and Mrs.
In talking about the trip later,
Arrington May 15 baby girl to Due
; MDBS Payments 'Butch"' Davies, five year-old
'
Frank Gicalone, AMC, and Mrs.
Mutual Death Benefit Society _. son of M/Sgt. Ralph Davies,
Gicalone 15 Arthur
May ; son, -- ---- ---- ---- -- --- -------- --
reminded that assessment of Marine Aviation Detachment,
Lee, to William McGarry AD2, members are No, the person on the right Isnot' the pur-
Nos. 96 and 97 are pie people eater (he's on page four) but is part of the comedy tfATTCenter, said: "I have seen
and
and Mrs. McGarry, May 15 payable -now through June 6. team of "Joe Mack and,Lorraine," who performed at the Blue. he king of the cows ... ..1now
son, George Bryan, to George Jackets' Inn last ,Wednesday. The team is shown performingone he, was married, because
and Rhoden Positively no payment will be of their famous pantomime skits Joked their ;;
Rhoden, TESN, Mrs. : They way .
in his /!?
May 15. accepted after the closing date. through a'hilarious 45minuteprogram.. he had two rings nose.J


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4 JAX AIR NEWS 29 May 1958I




I fax Navy SAR Crew Assists



Crippled C-124 Globemaster

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Prompt action by the NAS
Jax Search and Rescue crew burned out number four engine. miles or more at sea.

resulted in a recent assist to Operations here received the NAS JAX'S SAR crew, reach-
the Air Force. first message for help at 1125 ing the stricken air giant at

SAR UNIT personnel were at and immediately dispatched aUF 1230, escorted her to Jackson-
their various duties at Operations to find the crippled Air ville, a 55 minute trip.
Force craftAN
recenty when a call was moni- The Globemaster then preceded
tored from, Miami SAR request- HOUR and five minutes to Pinecastle AFB near Orlando
ing an NAS Jax plane to inter- later, the "pumbo" had inter- to sit down for repairs. I
cepted the plane 160 miles at vii: r
cept a giant C-124 Globemaster
sea, east of Jacksonville. The rescue aircraft pin-pointed __ _
cnroute to San Antonio, Tex., location of the Globemaster on
According
Robert Fife AOC
,
but experiencing trouble with a its UHF radio receiver.
homing
(AP), pilot of the UF, it was .:
understood the Globemaster's Radar was also used in the in- ; T

VHF-144 Man engine had "conked out" after terception.

the craft left Bermuda on a routine Other members of the "Dumbo"

Judged Best In flight. crew were.Lt (jg) Kirby Callam,
When the Globemaster pilot co-pilot; Billy Atkins, AT2; Clar-

first called for assistance, his ence Allen, AT2,. and Bobby
Instruction Event plane was estimated to be 35C I. lumphries, AD2.

S/Sgt. Glenn King, a Ma- .
rine Weekend Warrior with :: : .. :m;

VWF-144 and civilian instructor AID CRIPPLED GLOBEMASTER This plane crew from
at NATTCenter's Instructor NAS Jax Operations Department went into action following a
recent call from Miami SAR and escorted a crippled Air Force
School, won the 1958 Ma- C-124 Globemaster to Jacksonville from a position far at sea.
rine Reserve Technique of Left to right, are, Robert Fife, AOC (AP), pilot: Lt (Ug) Kirby
Instruction national competition Callam co-pilot; and crew members Billy Atkins AT2: Clarence
in Washington, D. C. Allen AT2, and Bobby Humphries. AD2.

King bested a field of 16 cream-

of-the-crop entrants in the event, CLASSIFIED Fleet Reserve
held at Marine
Headquarters.

CAPTURING second place was ; k FOR SALE Ladies' Unit

the first female entered, S/Sgt. 2-bdrm, 42-foot trailer. Peck,
Sallie Dyni of Detroit, Mich. Ext. 544.3bdrm. Picks OfficersThe

2-bath house, cor. lot,
King worked his
way to Wash- Ladies Auxiliary of the
7421vGreenway Dr. (Ort. Hills).
ington by winning local and Fleet Reserve Association, Unit
Ph. EV 8-8060, Lcdr. Barron.
regional contests.: The
national
126, held election of officers ata
comptition was the third and 3-bdrm house. 6603 RomillyDr. recent meeting at the Cum-
final hurdle. (Oak Hills) Low Equity,
berland Road Community Cen-
Graber Ext. 288.
$65 per mo. ,
of the
Purpose annual contestis ter.
f
the betterment of instruction 3-bdrm house. 4275 RapalloRd.
Mrs. Rose Zeilman was chosen
(Veneita Manor). EV 4-2076
techniques in Marine
Reserve
president with Mrs. Chris Bellas
Lcdr. Webb.
Units. vice-president, Mrs. Elizabeth
S/SGT. KING'S 2-bdrm, 34-foot alum. trailer. and Mrs.
topic was Atteberry, secretary,
'Lecture Method of Instruction," $1500. Zenzel, EV 4-2464. Sue Van Beck, treasurer.

one of several topics he teachesat ___ _______ ____ _.. 2-bdrm CB house. 5273 Pen- Serving on the board of directors -
NATTCenter. WINS TOP HONORS-S/Sgt. Glenn King (left) winner nmnmm of .nmn the nant Dr. (Venetia Ter.) Ph. Ev- will be: Mesdames Mary

He credits his winning to the 1958 Marine Reserve Technique of Instruction competition, receives 7-2778, Wilson. Grubbs, Mary Nix, Jo Midgett,
fine teaching methods employedhere trophy from Lt (jg) Jeanne Murphy Assistant Training 3-bdrm h 0 use. 4901 Ortega Shirley Stamnos and Earlene
Officer of NATTCenter. S/Sgt. King, a Weekend Warrior of !
at NATTCenter. VMF-144, is a civilian instructor at the Instructor Training Hills Dr. GI equity. $65 mo. Semsch.

King won an Argus 35mm School at the Center. EV 4-2908, Lt. Kamin. Installation of officers is

camera in addition to a portable FOR RENT scheduled for June 7 at the

typewriter and handsome plaque. Center Driving \;r 3-bdrm home: in Springfield, Riverside Lions 'Club. This will

JUDGES FOR the finals were i Va. Near: Pentagon, Belvoir, be a joint installation with Unit

Brig. Gen. William W. Stickney, Course Boasts: and Quantico. Perfer 1-yr lease. officers and Branch officers both
Deputy Director of Marine Corps $160 mo. Ph. Comdr. Holmes, being installed.

Reserve; Dr. James Garrett, As- CH 9-2112, Atl. Beach, Fla.

sistant Director, Office of Voca- BigAttendanceThe 2-bdrm unfurn. apt. 1316 So.

tional Rehabilitation, Dept. of McDuff. $75. Wilcox. Ev 7-2273. p. S
Health, Education and Welfare Safe Driving Course inaugurated lm S7k'
(Personnel are invited to visit 2-bdrm furn. or unfurn.house. -
and John at NATTCenter, and
DeChant, Washington the usa Servicemen's Club at 5273 Pennant Dr. (Venetia Ter.)
Director now in its tenth week, has had
Crusade for
Freedom. 331 W Forsyth St. The Club is Ph. EV 7-2778, Wilson. J>.:..
nearly 4,000 military and civil- .
Each contestant had twenty open from 0900 to 2300 daily.) Large Park and ;":'::'"
ian room near .. .
minutes personnel in attendance.The 1. ::':::
presentation.in which Each person to make made his program, designed to help Thursday, May 29 Figureit King Sts. Adj. bath, Prefer one .. ..,. ;\
or two men. 2909 Remington St.
two people understand traffic and out yourself
presentations, one preparedand games.
Ph. EV 9-4400, Sweat.
one impromptu. driving problems, is a continuous -
Friday, May 30 Girl of the
During his stay in Washington affair, having evety person Month Dance informal. MISCELLANEOUSWanted '
toured that reports to the Center en- : three riders from : c9S
King the city, met
congressional representativs and' rolled for instructions. Saturday, May 31 Picnic in Arlington area. 0630-1600. Dun-

had lunch with Gen. RandolphMcC. After completing the course, the park. can, RA 4-2578.

Pate, Marine Corps Com- the Florida Highway Patrol ad- All military personnel are invited -' Wanted: three or four riders,
mandant. ministers a written examination, leaving June 7 for Milwaukee.
and certificates are awarded for to come and enjoy real Share driving and expenses.EV .

satisfactorycompletion.. wholesome fellowship. 9-8541.
CommunicationCourse
The program is under direc- Wantedv Desirable furn. home I...'. .. .
Is PlannedThe tion of Capt. Charles L. MooreJr. for summ r. 2-3 bdrms. Within '.. s
4; :
., NATTCenter commanding commuting distance NAS. Ph. ;:" : ,
Navy's new Communica- officer, and was inaugurated by Still/ 'Pass The Maj. Eberhart, EV 9-9259. i: '.' .'.,'(. .

tions Engineering course is Comdr. Wilfred E..Fleshman, ex- .','.
scheduled to hold first classesin ecutive officer. Butter, Please'Navy AE (A) School Honors Go ....
August at the Postgraduate ., pancakes will be but-
School, Monterey, Calif. Lt. Col. William P. Mitchell, tered, if the House of Repre- To Whitehat, Marine
officer of the Ma- "
commanding i
The course is expected to sentatives has its say. George Tomich, AEIAN of
provide rine Aviation Detachment, directs :* :
selectees with a strong the Center's Marines with The House refused recentlyto Detroit, Mich., and Pfc. Jack :. .

background in such things as assistance by 1st Lt. Lawrence allow the Navy to serve Hill of Parkersburg, W. Va., Ill" .
communication theory, informa- Dolan. oleomargarine to sailors until shared top honors in last week's "I LIKE Short Shorts"
tion exchange and electronics.The the government runs out of graduation at Aviation Electri- says Mr. Purple People Eater.

two-year course, taughtby its huge stocks of surplus cian's Mate School, Class A, at .the Visiting One-Eyed NAS Jax, One-Horned last week,

civilian instructors, leads to WEEKEND TIDE gutter. NATTCenter. Purple People Eater
a Bachelor of Science degree in HIGH LOW Oleo may be served in the Tomich, who entered.the Navy reused to pose for photographers -

Communication Engineering.A A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Army and Air Force, but aOyearold in Nov., 1957, will report to saying he wouldn't come
out However, Charlie
forthcoming BuPers instruc- Thur. 4:15: 4:52: 10:32: 11:14 regulation calls NAS Sanford, Fla., for duty, McWborttr anyway.BUS, of NAS Yard
tion will outline procedure to FrL 5:13: 5:49: .11:25: for butter in the Navy-and I while Hill who joined the .Mail wu able to capture the
be followed by applicants for Sat. 6:10: 6:43 12:10 12:18 butter only. (AFPS). :Marine Corps in May, 1957 weird.: Ivy-Leagued thort-thort-

the course. Sun. 7:05 735 1:04 1:08 will report to Washington, D. C. Air wearing Newt.Page creature. for the Jax

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May 1958
JAX AIR NEWS Pane 5


vFund Softball I rent's 8ag0Tricks


uad Protects : ;



league Roost Befuddle Supply Foes .

viation I Fundamentals re-

'ns in the NATTCenter intraal Jim Trent, one of the finest softball hurlers to ever

softball league top spot, wear the silks of Supply, recorded a pair of no-hitters in

ding a 10-1 record. {> x+ league play last week to keep his mates out front in the

vFund gained a forfeit over National League race.

Ordnancemen for their onlyof The big chunker continued to

the week.he befuddle Main side opponents, mark. VAP-62 is third with a

Support Splinters, sport- Starting the week with a sound 6-1 tally.

a 9-3 record, downed three 11-0 trouncing of the Marine Medical saw no action last

onents in last week's Barracks. week while VAP-62 downed the

t to fall was the TRENT POSTED his second Marines, 70.

AE, 11-1, the Marines triumph of the week, a 12-0 In other games, NARTU best-

the wayside, 10-7, then thrashing of VA-44 to help Sup- ed FAETU, 3-2; decisioned chal-

inters gained a forfeit ply hike its mark to nine wins lenging VA-104, 9-3, drubbed

WS. and no setbacks. VF-22, 15-4, then climaxed a

viation Storekeepers VP-18 continues to pace the terrifically successful week by
American League despite being earning a 10-9 win over Fas-
tee of games, downing I
I inactive last week. ron 109.Heavy.
ancemen, 7-1, and
rkies, 15-11. NARTU and VA-104 share Attack Squadron One

AWS gained one victory, second place with 7-2 slates. The downed FAETU, 2-1; FAETU

ng over AK, 20-10. E. Patrolmen of VP-18 hold a 4-1 then trimmed VA-104, 9-3;
ComFair Jax humiliated Hospital. -
mark.
of the week saw the
ne
orated Cooks score a MEDICAL owns at least a temporary I ., 17-7, and 679th Air Force

the lock on the National : pummelled Operations, 7-6.

over loop's second spot, with a 7-1 i
STANDINGSWon

nd ...........................10 : ,; ; < i w.J ''}. ,'t "..,i i ;.0'< : .'
plints ........................... 9 i + .t+ A ''t'"i i
School .. ...........................7 ; .. .f.", It., :. TheWATER
School ........................4 : \} ,
'AvDet ......................... 5 i: 'I' B" ,\;: ,.'I"' J
'AlrWeaps ....................... 3 '.:
School... ....................... 3 i :} ; :t ; .7: i f\ LINEJust
'MarCks .........................2 ", J tN7tft.40. ,'
:" j ; .
: ; r ''f,' q.f ';).1i' :>f : t :,;:.\ < '. a reminder, the NAS Jax

Fish Camp, located on the riverin
'
GOLFERS rear of the Navy Exchange
ACE
Service Station, is well equippedwith

SECOND WINThe rods and reels, bait (worms

Jax Navy golf BOUND that is), boats which have recently -

osted its second win of been repainted and fin-

[ear, 14/-12%, Saturday ished with fiberglass, motors for
Ken Pendergras, made and motors use
AS Sanford.Jax those boats you
round and heads for Stock
now
the Station.
Navy's number I ace's push for a berth in the off
The has 'Just received
\nan, Ace Johnson, turned camp
70 for low medal this summer. four new boats which are in

ollowed by team mates .I skeet i t h upcoming Russian event, due to the process of being fiberglassed -

arnett and Larry start Aug. 12. and three new motors.
men
vho had There is a nominal rental
74's. Roy ) se- ABOUT THE lone obstacle that
.
Ivas charge for the boats and motors.If
low man for the the remains, however, is a shoot-
vith you plan to rent a motor for
74.Other .
a off in early August in Stock- the weekend for off-Station use,
Jax Navy players holm. Pendergras and others on reservationon
cluded you may make your
team captain, the team will allow winner of at 1700.
jRichards j with a 75, an Air Force tourney now being Monday D. *

Peters with 78, and Walt ten.'V held in Europe the chance fora The Weekly Regatta for the
79.
a
The possible berth by bumping one Greater Jacksonville perpetual
local linksters of the four now on the roster. held at NAS
the sailing trophy was
[ University of Others named to the squad I Jax last Sunday.In .
[Freshmen their first defeat
the following trials at the Lincoln addition to the small sail-
[ Gainesville Golf Park Gun Club in Chicago early boats, both heats included threeof

Country Club, posting a 1412i this month are: Ed Calhoun, the sleekest large sailing

win, two weeks ago. captain of the 1958 AllAmerican cruisers on the St. John's River.

team, from Salisbury, Md.; These were the Windsong, Sea

Eddie Harris, Galveston, Tex., Fox and the Ml-6.

istol Team Sets and Chet Crites of Detroit, Mich. Windsong was easily in first

ALL FOUR, including Pender- place in both races, with Navy

aturday ShootThe gras, are on the AllAmericanteam. Rhodes Bantam '#574 a close

Jax Harris is the younger second in the first race and Na-
Navy Pistol brother of Titus Harris, former
Mil hold its vy Bantam 572 coming in secondin
monthly Jax Navy shooter, and ex-team- second heat.
hatch at the NAS Jax I the
mate and squadron mate of
[300 Saturday, May 31 Pendergras.An Psyche, the boat that was
late being launched -
A twenty years
three-gun aggregate ironical twist entered the
[ional Match Course will Chicago eliminations when Pen- was slightly late again forSunday's
regatta but did some
ired with each gun. Entry dergras and Titus Harris facedin
demonstration sailing with
pf $1.50 each will be a shoot-off for a first string
Comdr. R. C. Woodside at the
Jielp defray cost of awards. berth on the Moscowboundteam.
All competitors must : ; tiller, proving she is nearly as
; fast and maneuverable as the
[heir own fire arms. and : ; Pendergras, a member of
; Special Services Bantams.
|munition. ; world renowned NAS Jax-based

The Airborne Early Warning Squadron -
match is open to all
[desiring to participate. Four, popularly called the VAH-1 Whitehat Gets

Hurricane Hunters, won second Tiny White Ball In CupIt
place in the last World Tourney,
took John Miller, VAH-1
held in Caracas, Venezuela, in
0"FtB 1954. yeoman striker, five dollars
worth of tries before hitting a
J JAX NAVY, shooting Informally
bulls-eye in the recent Navy
,
in that event, captured the
Relief Hole-In-One Golf Tour-
o b .Schuerman, service five-man championship' be- at NAS Jax.
ball star at Orleans, France, ) came the toast of skeet circles ney
The fact he scored a holeinone -
I'ng' the past season, has throughout the world.
|with the Boston Red Sox. the Pendergras expects to leave is in itself a feat, for few

tee for Europe July 12. He'll shootin people can ever boast of doing
Plum various skee tourneys in the this. What's more, Al Sabo of
Hollow Golf Club in
NATTCenter also registered an
troit, Mich. continent, then go to Stockholmfor
has erected a
in the same event.
at their fourth the shoot-off, Aug. 6. ace
tee to hearten
dUffers The World shoot is scheduledfor Miller received a Remington
testifying that it was
this hole a site some 12 miles from electric shaver, portable barbecue
[ in the 1957 We s t
Open the heart of the Soviet capital. outfit and lawn sprinkler.
that Sam Snead took a

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. 6 JAX AIR NEWS 29 May 1958

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Diet Program At Chow Hall l l QR q 'Q e .:. ...t '... ::. .'.. v ,... ..
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Weight Watchers Given " t.; t C
f" l '
.

,Aid On Calorie CountingFor Fk t :. '< JI f


u '. J.
the convenience of enlisted personnel who want to S ."'t, 'i ::.. 'f}" "
; '" '.
lose, gain or just "watch" their weight, the galleys at Main- k ) I f' 'l: _
'
side and NATTCenter are instituting a system of, marking J: \ !1. ;' ,1',1'f.
"
...-J:;
,
high calorie items. .. l 1' k
,
!\: t J '
"" < ,. *
'jJ.r: .v tbl: ';.I..i! "
.....
The ,
strictly voluntary ; << ; ::
pro- ';""i : ""'' ;:''>>""""" :
ficer; Lt. R. R. Silver, NAS Dis-
gram, which begins June 2, will With The
pensary, and Lt. C. W. Barrett,
work like this: tags indicating
Commissary Officer, will help
high calorie items will be in ""you. I TocfsfmcrsfersSomething

front of the food on the steam !
The signs are simply assist- .
: : _
tables and salad bars and those new in Toastmasters -
ance in the intelligent use of
desiring to lose weight will refrain foods. >rfi... circles was instituted at the

from the items or else May 20 meeting of Navy Civil-
inci-
The NAS Jax program,
smaller and ian Toastmasters with 22 teen-
take portions con- ,
dentally, follows lines of a simi-
versly those wanting to gain agers on hand as. guests.As .
lar program started last year atCecil
take those items. of their interest in
may H part
: Field by Capt. Jerome M.
NAS JAX'S program is on a Moore, former Medical Officerof the art of vocal expession-

volunteer basis and is not forced that Station, to reduce over- youths, including eighth graders
dieting but assistance in intelligent from St. Paul's School and sons
weight personnel.At .
TRY NEW SYSTEM Commissarymen from the Malnslde of club members experiencedtheir
use of foods. Cecil Field, .however, spe- Mess Hall are shown trying out the new system for marking ,
For those who want to lose cial diet lines were established, foods for benefit of all personnel trying to watch their weight, first taste of adult club

weight, the following foods whereas here at NAS Jax, all or gain or lOll poundage. Left to right, A. G. Morrison CS2 participation.At .
James Lowry SA. and John Krohn, CS2. start the new system the May 27 dinner meetingat
should be avoided: lines will have the "high calo-
rolling while unidentified mess cooks make final preparationsfor St. Catherine Church hall,

Butter, margarine, fat or rie" signs. the day's "early chow." __ wives of club members were

vegetable oils; sugar, jam, mar- guests of the evening. Four.

malade, honey, candy, nuts, Annapolis To speeches highlighted the pro-

chocolate or coca; puddings,cus- gram. Jay Ellis .spoke on "Go

tards, ice cream, canned fruitsin With Your
Graduate 901The Ahead, Run Away
heavy syrup; barley, rice, ..4 A Wife;" Aubrey Silvey, "Area
macaroni spaghetti, corn, beets,
"
Survey Committee Gor-
US Naval Academy will Wage ;
dried peas, potatoes, lima and "Nonconformists" and
graduate 901 midshipmen June don King,
dried beans; = 4 in the second largest commen- Ben Ballering, "Fire and You."

FATTY MEATS corned beef : cement exercises held at Anna- Master Evaluator was Rod Pin-

hash, meat loaves, bacon, sausage ih polis Md., since WWII.Of ney, with Ernest Newberg, Andy

and most pork cuts; whiskey, gin the graduates receiving Planey, Max. Suter and Mel

and wines (which may contain bachelor of science degrees, 626 Hawker as speech evaluators.

100 to 150 calories per ounce) ,; _will be commissioned as Naval Fuller Roberts was toastmasterwith

and beer (which usually con- ensigns, 71 will become second Walt Stanul topic master.

tains 100 to 125 calories per lieutenants in the Marine' Corps S SC

pint) ; and carbonated "soft" and 161 will receive similar rankin Thursday's'meeting of Navy

drinks. l! W the Air Force. Jax Officers' Toastmasters was

Foods recommended as having I = .on "_"' ," ", ,.,,,,,,>_.;___m;;,,.'.,_'..;., .,... .;--T"",,, _y _. The largest post-wwn class held at the 0' Club with Bill
little tendency to add weightare SIGNS OF THE TIMES For enlisted personnel at Main. graduated was 924 in 1953. That Price introducing the evening'sspeakers.

: side and NATTCenter, the galleys now feature signs indicating was topped only by a wartime .

Lean meat, poultry, game, liv- high calorie food. This has been done for benefit of men and group of 1,040 in 1945. Ralph Smith delivered his
kidney sweetbreads fish women who want to gain, lose or watch their weight. If you The June exercises will be the icebreaker, "Overwhelmed";
er, ; '
want to lose pounds, stay off those items labeled "high calorie.
reflected on a recent -
118th since the Chuck Neeley
boiled or steamed only; cottage Academy was
cheese; eggs, boiled or poached founded in 1845. AFPS) Miami vacation and his encounters -

only; leafy vegetables; salads, 3 NATTC Marine with the open palm in
Much Does It Cost?"; Don
"How
without oil or mayonnaise; radi- FleetWideContinued
shes, watercress and parsley; Selected For Dougherty offered a cure, "Cure
( from Page 1) For Crises In the Skies," and Ray
Fresh fruit clear
sour pickles,
series of performance tests Mullins was voted top speakerfor
soup or broth, salt, pepper, mus- ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Science Study
(taken before the main exams) his advice on enthusiastic
tard, vinegar and Worcestershiresauce
June 1
Sunday will remain effective for the not but "In-
saccharine, tea or coffee 0930-Sunday School for Corpl. Raymond Williams Jr., agreement, yes
ages
and skim milk. of the Marine Aviation Detach- coming year for all rates ex- dubitably."
three through adults in Building ment at NATTCenter, recently cept RM and, TE (RM). Curt Kretzschmann, despar-
FOR THOSE to lose
desiring 722. received nomination to attend BuPers urged all commandsto ately trying to justify his ex-
weight, it is best to eat a fairly 0930-Service of Divine Wor- the his
reported on
the Naval Preparatory Schoolat get new performancetests pense account,
good breakfast, rather than leav- ship, Chapains Bartlett and
Bainbridge, Md., under theNavy's for these ratings. trip to the District Speech Con-
ing the total intake to only two Davis. The also Lauderdale.This .
new' enlisted scientific Navy urged interested test at Ft.
meals. 1100-Service of Divine Wor- education sailors to seek transfer to week's meeting has been

One bit of encouragement is ship, Chaplains Reagan and Upon graduation program.from the prep the newly established nuclear postponed until June 5 with an

that once the weight is lost, it Davis. school, Williams will be given weaponsman rating. There are outdoor session in casual dress

is relatively easy to stay that 1800-Teenage Fellowship in four years of scientific educationin many vacancies except in E-7. planned for the Club patio.
way by checking the scales fre- Building 722.
civilian school. ....
a .
1930-U it d of :. : ,' : N
\ \
quently.An n e Fellowship : :: ; ;
Williams was one of only 40 :: ; : rf
Protestants in 722.
Building :
increase in diet often
can Marines accepted for the pro-
be made after about three Monday June 2 gram.

months without proportionate 1900-Singspiration in Building The successful applicant grad- i

weight gain, due to adaptationof 722. uated from Snyder, Tex., High
the body to the new weight.* Wednesday June 4 School and attended Texas Chris-

NO MATTER what your weightor 1900-Sunday School Teaching tian for one year prior to entering -

diet problems, the system Methods in Building 722. the Marines in May, 1956.

worked out by Capt. Kenneth R. : 1930-Principles of Christian A total of 243 Navy and Ma-

Wheeler, NAS Jax Supply Of- Faith in Building 722. rine Corps men have been

Thursday June 5 named to participate in the advanced -

1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal in scientific education pro-

HolidayContinued Building 722.1915A11 gram or the advanced schools

( from Page 1)) Saints' Choir Rehearsal program.
in the Chapel. The Navy's' 203 successful can-
Shack all of which will be
,
open ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL didates fought it out with 6,000
normal hours.NATTCenter.
Schedule of Masses applicants for the two programs.

facilities open Sunday June 1

tomorrow will be the Snack 0830-1000 Sunday.

par in Building 517, which will 0630- Daily. Mother: "Why are you "rollingthe

be open from 1200 to 1830; and 0830Saturday.ST. garbage can around?
Willie: "To amuse the baby <.
the EM Club in Building 593, LUKE'S CHAPEL Y M .
"
open from 1300-2300. Naval Hospital sitter.
...
0630-Catholic Mass. Mother: "Where is she?" 4 +

Junior: "Dad, I sold my dog 0930-Service of Divine Wor- Willie: "In the garbage can." .

today for $1,000! ship, Chaplain Bryant. TO HIGHER EDUCATION-Corpl. Raymond Williams Jr., (left)
Father: "Great lad, great! Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Found: A gold watch with dia- receives nomination and congratulations from Lt. Col. WilliamP.

Where's the money?" Tuesday, 1930 in Building 751. monds. If yours, don't bother Mitchell, commanding officer of the Marine Aviation Detach
ment at NATTCenter, his selection attend the Naval
Junior: "Oh, I didn't get any Christian Science Tuesday, claiming it. It's your word against upon to
Preparatory School leading to a four-year education at a civilIan -
money. I got two $500 cats." 1903( in Building 751. mine. scientific institute.Page .