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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 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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I I Navy Slashes Some Prices On Enlisted; ; Uniforms I I




Some Navy EM uniform picture, there were a few ances become effective on $7.70 to 7.10. The undress pumps remained unchanged,

items were lowered in cost price increases. July 1 for the new fiscal white jumper was increasedin while dress black oxfords

slightly, effective July 1, reported However, the monthly main- year.Most cost by a nickel to $2.30. dropped from $8.75 to $8.45

Navy Times this week. tenance allowance will remain important price reductions per pair, and the gym shoes
All shoes for EM were reduced -
The new price list for cloth- unchanged, $4.20 basic and $6 in the Navy male took a 20-cent boost to $2
in price by $1,10 for a
ing and small stores for Navy standard. EM uniform clothing items per pair.
pair of general shoes
men and women shows that The Pentagon recommended were: purpose ;
by 50-cents for dress black Biggest price increase in
sailors will be paying less uniform allowances have The peacoat drops in price
and 15-cents for the brown male uniform items is the
for about a dozen or so uni- been submitted to Bureau of from $31.60 to $24; dress blue
form items during fiscal 1959. Budget for approval. Like jumper from $9.95 to $9.20; dress shoes per pair. $3.65 boost in the blue flannel

On, the other side of the the uniform prices, the allow- undress blue jumper from Wave shoe prices varied; shirt, now tagged at $10 each.




Cmdr. WeberTo





'Exec'Assume PostComdr. JflitTWw.. llJ3 I




Grayston H. Weber,

prospective executive officerof Vol. 16 No. 10 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 5 June 1958
NAS Jax, has reported _____ _' ____________ ___ ___ u___ __ _____

aboard the Station and will

officially take over his new 3V Fifth Navy Talent Show

duties next Monday, June 9. : : :: a

He relieves Comdr. Robert H.

Smith who has received ordersto Plans Being Formulated
Quonset Point, R. I., to take
command of All-Weather Fighter
Squadron 4.COMDR. w ; Preliminary plans have been formed and various commands -

SMITH will be pro- throughout the Naval establishment are beginning
moted to the rank of captainas F t : I elimination contests for the 1958 All-Navy Talent Contest.
rY iK Finals are scheduled for July
of July 1. personnel on active duty for
28 in New York City, at which
Prior to his arrival at NAS more than 90 days.
Jax f time top acts among Fleet-wide
Comdr. Weber was execu-
4 contestants will be selected.TV Coast Guard and Marine Corps
tive officer of the attack carrier
showman Ed Sullivan will personnel are also invited to
USS Shangri-La (CVA-38)).
again feature the All-Navy win- participate.
He assumed duties of "exec"in
ners on his network'show. Date Preliminary competition will
April, 1957, following dutyat of this is believed to be Aug. 3. be held separately for Fleet per-

Argentia, Nfld., Naval Station, This year's talent contest, fifthof sonnel and shore-based partici-
where he served in the
same its kind, is open to all Naval pants, and an entry may com-
capacity. pete in either one, but not both.

A NATIVE of Marion, Ill., Local winners will compete in

Comdr. Weber graduated from Jax Air News the Sixth Naval District Talent
the University of Southern Illi-
Contest, probably at Charleston,
nois in 1938 and later reportedto Has VacanciesThe S. C.
-. ._ -
Scouting Squadron 71 aboard .f' 11111 tl.
The Sixth Naval District will
is in
Air News
the USS Wasp (CV-7). NEW EXEC AT NAS Comdr. Grayiton H. Weber, Jax
(seated) is briefed on his duties at NAS Jax executive officer dire need of qualified person- serve as host for local-area
He subquently served aboard by Comdr. Robert H. Smith, whom he will relieve Monday nel to fill billets vacated this winners among commands in
the USS Ranger, Ticonderoga, June 9. Comdr. Smith leaves to take command of All-Wealher week by personnel being sep- ComSix, ComEight, ComTen and
and Yorktown in various avia- Fighter Squadron 4 at NAS Quonset Pt. Comdr. Weber comes ComFifteen. *
here from tho executive officer's the USS Shangri-La. arated from the service.
tion capacities in the Pacific and post on
There are openings in the Winning act in the Regionalsis

Atlantic Oceans. sports department and 'in the assured of a spot In the AU-

Toward the end of WWII, CLASSIFIED PAY general news reporting end Navy Final?. Supplementary acts

Comdr. Weber was air opera- writing section will also be chosen.No .
tions officer on the staff of Com- definite plans have been
Personnel who have had
CarDivSix. HIKE ASSUREDSome writing experience, or those made for a Jax-area contest but
Following an assignment in in such entertainersas
personnel who feel 'they would past years,
the office of the Deputy Chiefof 1100 classified employees at NAS Jacksonvilleare like to enter the field of Emmet Rodifer and Dick Mc-

Naval Operations (Air), he definitely assured of a pay raise. soon, with the only journalism, are requested to Meekin have blossomed from

assumed command of Fasron question now how much? contact the editor in room such local talent shows. Rodifer
Five at the then new Master Jet
and McMeekin were among All-
230, Main AdministrationBldg.
Air Station, Oceana, Va. The House approved a 10 per-
percent pay increase.A Navy winners in 1956 while the
Then Comdr. Weber attendedthe cent pay boost for more than
Armed Forces Staff College one million federal employees compromise raise of 8% to 9 (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)fj )

followed by a tour of Associate Monday. The legislation was sent per cent is expected in final i

Professor of Naval Sciences at to conference with the Senate, legislation to be sent to the Pre-

the University of Wisconsin. which previously had voted 7% sident. fj (

AS IN THE case with postal

employees, the pay raise for
classified workers will be retro-

f. active to Jan. 1. This means that

: the 11 CO employees at NAS, and
others in the area, are due fora =

i passed.nice "bonus," once the bill is J :


The raise for classified workers -
j, '1 1"j will increase the Navy's .

.;) civilian payroll at NAS Jax some !

':,. :\\"j;: $400'OCO;' per year. About $200,000more Ga&th4. '
",': will be paid in retroactivepay. r ho >' >
'
'I <;r.; This brings the total civilian : L. ;
: payroll at NAS Jacksonville to

a: $26,525,000 per year.
t
IT MARKS THE first pay

boost for classified employeessince

May 1955 when they were
"
;tJ granted a 7%% increase. Passageof :

the classified increase will

I complete the round of payroll
.
._
d" advances for Navy people in the
THIS IS A SWITCHV V-- Very seldom does the doctor give NEW WEEKEND WARRIOR Vernon Graham, ADR2,
the In this Jax area this year, with 3600 (right added to the list
patient money but case at the NATTCenter Dental ) was recently growing of NARTU
Clinic, it's a welcome sight. The patient, Comdr. James Todd, ungraded civil service employees squadron personnel, his enlistment being one of many processed -
chairman of the Navy Relief Drive at the Center, receives a five receiving a 4 to 13 cents per during the current NARTU recruiting drive. In civilian life.
dollar contribution from Capt. Damon E. Bernard, to help put hour raise in January, and mili- Graham works in the O & R Assembly Division (Shop 5116)).
NATTCenter over its quota of $2,707. It should also be noted Comdr. W. A. Stringer, (left) Administrator of VP Fasron 745,
that the doctor's donation came after the Denial Departmenthad tary personnel enjoying a boostin presents squadron emblem to Graham while recruiter B. W.
already made a 100% contribution. pay as of June 1. James, AD2, stands by.I .



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5 June
Page 2 SAX AIR NEWS 19Jfl
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X .. NARTU Units Navy Relief fund Drive



.1.. J.. ., Seek MembersThe Of
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ______....L....__ Commanding Officer 10 Naval Air and Ma- Short Goal
Comdr. Robert IL Smith ..._....._.,..,...._..__...__.........._..... Executive Officer falling
NAB Six Fleet Air Jtcluomrlll rine Air Reserve squadrons
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ..................... ......................................... ... CommanderCapt. attached to NARTUJax, in
Seth S. Searcy Jr .... Chief of Staff, Fairfax With the 1958 Navy Relief Drive slated to conclude .
Capt. Edwin S. Young .:...:::::::::::....:'::::::::,::,:::.:.:::..:::::::::::::::::::,Chief of Staff, NAB Six keeping with the demand fora count shows that about $6,000 of a $25,000 Friday
ni Air Wing EIenG and ready latest goal
Capt. Donald E.! Macintosh ............................................................................. Commander highly-trained has been contributed by Naval personnel from 11 various
Capt. Thomas S. WhIte ?.......,,?.:.....?.?...,.,,,?,,,.......,..........,...i.............. Chief Staff OtttocyTschatoal reserve, have launched ''a two- >
"nJlAk TraUtaf C.aU. fill vacanciesnow mmnnris. in the area.
r month drive to -
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .......... ....................... ................ Commanding Officer: "''' to date
Comdr. Wilfred E. Heshman ..........>........................................... ............. Executive Officer. existing in their units. The contribution ing this weekend." said a
than 35 cents per Relict(
Naval HospitalCapt. amounts to less
Alcoa C. Aberoethy .. ................ .................. ........ Commanding Officer The Naval Air Reserve Drive spokesman.

.- Norman O. Anderson .... .NAATUCapt. ........................ ..... .... Commanding Officer Training Unit in Jacksonvillehas man. COMMAND to report "When you consider that some
Comdr. William Z.: Hardy .... ........ .. ....'............ .., .... ... .......... Executive Officer: announced- that vacan- FIRST $8,955 in outright grants
goalis was
of its monetary
cies exist in the Anti-Sub, 100 percent made in 1957 to
Printed commercially non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville: Floridaat which this week personnel in this
no expense to the government and in compliance With NAVEXOS: P-S3 Patrol Bomber, Fighter and NATTCenter, area by the Navy Relief
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel its goal of $2,707. Society,
went over
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training Maintenance squadrons. and that $70,687 in loans
Center Fleet Air Wine 11. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Other commands are still in the were

Naval Service hospital Information Officer ....................... Lcdr. Charles M. Thomas The modernly-equipped un- process of determining their made the Society during the same period,
Assistant Service Information Officer ," Andrew H. Planey its drill one weekend per contributions, and from definitely needs our
Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PIn John Xsfeen. monetary support," he added.
JOSN Bn Briar, 8N Mary Ann Kirchner 8N Stall Photographer Jim month, with two-weeks active all indications, are still far from
Moore.. PItX
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. duty usually scheduled in the established goals.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Isriven.
Photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official U. & Navy pfcoton ; summer. It's being emphasized that "it Capt. Dunn To
> late" to offer con
%Editorial offices located In Room %30. Main Administration Bu1.kl1nc.'bone is never too
extensions SIM. B348, tit or Ill.I tributions. Key men within unitsare
-.--- Depart O&R
charged with the responsi-

bility of making personal con
tacts and accepting donations. Post June 10

Personnel who have not been
contacted are urged to volunteer Capt. William C. Dunn, NAS

their contributions.AS ,, Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer
for the past five months and As- '
WAS POINTED out pre-
sistant O&R Officer for two
viously, the drjve got off to a
years prior to this, is scheduledto
fine start with everyone showing
depart June 10.
keen interest. Early financial re-
ports brought encouragement.The Capt. Dunn will assume the
drive hit a slump and has post of Bureau of 'Aeronautics

never been able to make a sub Maintenance Representative,
stantial comeback. Eastern District, stationed at
Norfolk Va.
"Perhaps the results just may be ,
late in coming in. We hope so,'* This district takes in areas of

said one campaign official. the First, Third, Fourth and

this Fifth Naval Districts, in addi-
"Although year's drive is
a little better financially than tion to NAS Jax and Cecil Field.

kn last year's, it may fall pitifully Capt. Dunn's relief will be
t : : short of our needs, unless a few I Capt. Thomas B. Haley expected -

r g> ,. healthy donations are forthcom- to arrive at Jax about mid-

July. In the interim, Capt. James

MDBS Payments Due H. Smith Jr., present Assistanto

& R Officer, will be acting 0
k1 Mutual Death Benefit Society
.. .. & R Officer.
__',;:a- 1" t 'f6'J.- ;_,. : w"'"""' w.: "W:; ""f'r.' ; ...:; members are reminded that as-
INSPECT OLD NAVY JET DESTINED FOR STARKE An obsolete Nary FJ-1 Fury Jet sesment Nos. 96 and 97 Overhaul and Repair work
fighter plane, declared surplus by the Navy, undergoes: final inspection before being donated are pay- was not new to Capt. Dunn be-
Monday to the city of Starke, Fla. The donation to Starke was the first ever made locally: and able now through tomorrow,
I could be the first plane given away by the Navy in such fashion. Comdr. Robert H. Smith (left), June 6.Positively. fore he came to Jax, having
executive officer of NAS Jax, representing commanding officer Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., of- no will be served at Quonset Point, R. I.,
ficially presented the "old warrior" to Mayor W. T. Jackson, of Starke, (center). At right is Capt. payment in 194445.He .
Kenneth R. Wheeler, Station Supply .Officer. accepted after this date.
has much experience in

Finds Home In StarkeOutmoded Research and Development work

WEEKEND TIDE Minnesota Lad Gains Top and on Fleet assignments.A .

HIGH LOW Honors At AO (A) School
FJ Jet Finds stud-driving gun, designedfor
A.M. P.M. A.M P.M. David Lovigene, AOAN, of attaching explosive chargesto

Fri. 11:20: 11:37: 5:13: 5:20: Carlton, Minn., gained top hon- demolition targets, has been

Out It's Still WantedStarke Sat. 12:11: 6:04: 6:16: ors Aviation in last Ordnancemen week's graduation School at developed for the Army Corps of

Engineers. It fire ten fasten-
Sun. 12:25: 7:15: 1:03 can
Fla., now has an aircraft of its own, thanks to : Class A, at NATTCenter. ing shots without reloading and

the U. S. .Navy. Lovigene will report back to can be used under water as deepas
It'll never get off the ground, but no one cares becauseit the USS Intrepid' for duty. 20 feet.

was not donated to Starke for that -purpose.- Fleet Reserve
Mayor W. T. Jackson of Starkewas "' "' Yif'"

on hand Monday afternoonto or, W. T. Jackson, applied for I -

accept the obsolete FJ-1 Fury the aircraft and authorization to RequirementsTightened

jet, declared surplus, by the
donate was given by the Bureauof
Navy. Comdr. Robert H. Smith,
executive officer representingthe Aeronautics. UpIn

commanding officer, turned Aiken, S. C. was the first to

over the aircraft in ceremonieson apply for one of the surplus an effort to stop men from

the parking strip near Hangar planes, but was unable to complete transferring to a new duty x e ;:;:llie.ose.gy

523. arrangements to have it station and then deciding they

IT MARKS THE first time in delivered. don't like it and then request-

local history that the Navy has Arrangements for removingthe ing transfer to the Fleet Reserve -

donated an aircraft to a munici- FJ from the Station were the Navy has tightenedup

pality. Donation of obsolete air- being handled by Mayor Jack- requirements for transfer,
craft follows the Bureauof said Navy Times. }
new son and the city of Starke. i
Aeronautics concept which The measure is aimed at put- {
authorizes: giving away of such ACCORDING to the Technical ting the skids on the businessof :1> :
craft to state and local govern- Branch of Supply Department, deciding that a station is :V:'

ments and non-profit organiza- the FJ-1 dates back to 1945. for the birds and heading home \.

tions for purposes of historicaland Predecessor to the Air Forces' after arrival at a new job.
educational interest and F-86 Saber Jet and prototypeto J'iV J
4 The
new personnel order Bu-
4 .
display. later Navy FJ series, the FJ-1 Pers Instruction 1813.3, directs '
Disposition of the old aircraftwas was first flown in 1946, and commanding officers to hold w .1:.....:,
then transferred to training un- up .,
handled through the Disposal transfers to the Fleet Reservefor 1 NiuEsT'.OF
its for jet familiarization.Its S\.t
Division of NAS Jax Supply one year of men who ask

Department.HOW top speed was 500 miles to get out when they get changeof NATTC'S OWN SATELLITE' "

DID Starke latch on to per hour, had a climbing. speedof duty orders.It I the"Conquest Of Space is getting around- The these NATTCenler dayi as much display as

the FJ Fury? According to Lcdr.R. 5,120 feet per minute, and a also says that a man, who : Public Navy'l Vanguard. Now being shown at the Jacksonrille
A. Weir, Disposal Officer and range, with drop tanks, of 1500 wants to go into the Fleet Re- TTCenter Library! he- display is loon to be exhibited at the

Tom Forrest, supervisor of the miles, and capable of four hours serve cannot be transferred out i: requested use Navy of the Exchange.display. Two Several other organizations School hare stu-

Disposal Division, the city of flight all outstanding achieve- until one year after reportingto dents, Joyce Parker (left) and Englewood Bonnie Crews High enjoy the
Starke through its youthful May- ments at that time. his present station. "Iatellitl"colorful, graphic work. Unlike the Vanguard, material for this
I cost only 850. '



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5 June 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



DIAPER E1DID


DOINGSSeventeen (Note-New hours of NATT-
Center movie, 1900 daily. Sat-

births were recorded urday, Sundays and holidays,
1at at the Naval Hospital last 1400 and 1900. Mainside movies
week. daily, 1800 and 2000. Weekends
r I : { and holidays 1400 1800 and
IS ,
Boys led the list, with 11 little / ; i"1'
2000. Hospital movie daily,
fellas in
checking compared to
1900.)
et six girls. Thursday June 5
Son Walter to Walter rt
Stanley,
Mainside The Robe (color
le Bednarski, BM2, and Mrs. Bed- Biblical drama) with Jean Sim-
narski, May 16; daughter, Char- : A
u i id f fGRAY mons and Victor Mature. One
lotte Anita to Carroll Burns )
is (' : show only, 1903.NATTCenterQuantrill's:: ,
1, BM3, and Mrs. Burns, May 17; Raiders -
Son Howard Dean, to Ivy ,
color outdoor
"e ( drama) with
Thompson, BMC, and Mrs. 2 2t Steve Cochran and Diana Brew-
11' Thompson, May 17; Son, Michael k uY "t ster. Also, Candid Mike and

Scott to Michael Mooney, AO1, Happy Tots. Monster and the

and Mrs. Mooney May 17; Baby Ape, Chapter 6.Hospital8cared.

girl, to Harvey Goddard, AD2, Stiff (comedy)
and Mrs. Goddard May 18; Son,
) LADIES 'CAPPED' Eighteen Red Cross volunteer Gray Ladies were capped at with Jerry Lewis and Dean Mar-
Dwayne Erwin, to Robert Clontz, ceremonies' the Naval Hospital last week and congratulated by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy to tin.
DC3, and Mrs. Clontz, May 18; mark the end of their formal training. Ai the capping ceremony are, front row (left to right). Friday June 6
l Son, James Allen, to Carl He- Mrs. G. A. Snyder Mrs. Newton Foss, Mrs. Ralph McFarland, Mrs. Charles Divans Sr., Mrs. E. Mainside This
witt AE2 and Mrs. Hewitt May E. Mann, Capt. Abernethy, Mrs. R. W. Wed Mri. R. P. Ceznowa. Mrs. Thomas Bennet and Mrs. Angry Age
,
Walter Wright Jr. Rear Mrs. Charles Hollinshead, Mrs. Alvin Thomas Mrs. Charles Morris Mrs. (color drama) with Anthony Per-
18; Daughter, Roberta' Ann, to Ronald Hyde Mrs. O. R. Harris, Mrs. Carl Hilscher, Mrs. Carol Smith. Mrs. Albert Rose and kins and Silvana Mangano.
Boyce Baker, ET2, and Mrs. Mrs. R. F. Curry.LEARN NA'IlTCenter-The Robe.HospitalQuantrill's .
S Baker May 18; Daughter, Mar- Raiders.

r garet Mary, to Francis Orosz,

o AM3 ALSO, and SON Mrs.Russell Orosz, Elmer May 18.to YOUR Hospital Gray Ladies Class' Afainside Saturday-Legend June of 7 the Lost

d Kenneth Newman, AD2, and Mrs. VOTING RIGHTSThis (color drama) with John Wayneand
Of 18 Finishes Sophia Loren.NATTCenterThis.
Newman, May 19; Son, James is Voting Information TrainingWith Angry Age.
e Kevin ,to James Malone, AD2, Week at NAS Jax.
s and Mrs. Malone May 19; Son, Personnel are urged to investigate the Hospital Chapel overflowing with husbands, Kiddie Hospital-The matinee Robe.

, John Harvey, to Harvey Beland, their right, and the children, honor guests and representatives from the juris- (color musical with- April Love
ItIf AE3, and Mrs. Beland, May 19; right of dependents, to vote dictional chapter, members of the Gray Lady training class and Shirley Jones.) Also Pat Pirates Boone

Daughter, Kathryn Renee, to in their home state by absen- proudly accepted their certificates, caps and service pins Gold and Monster and the, Ape,
William Morell, SN, and Mrs. tee ballot. last Tuesday.
Chapter 6. Free cokes.
d Morell, May 20; Doughter Gayle Many states hold their primaries Among the guests were Hospital -
Ann, to George Mandeville, AEC, special elections and Commanding Officer, Capt.] Mrs. Ira N. Curtis, one year; Sunday June 8
I, and Mrs. Mandeville, May 20. municipal elections far in advance and Mrs A. C. Abernethy; visi-I Mrs. G. L. Miller, one year, and Mainside-Hot Spell (drama)

e Also, Son, Mitchell Arthur, to of the November gen- tors from the Duval County Mrs. J. Aowarka, two years. with Shirley Booth and Anthony

Roger Carry, AMI and Mrs. eral elections. Chapter included manager and Capt. Abernethy also presented Quinn.' Also, Awful Tooth.NATTCenterLegend .

Carry, May 20; Son, Darrol These elections express your Mrs. Howard Moran, Mrs. H. certificates to the 19 ladies pre- of the

s Wayne, to George Linton, AMH3, choice on many important Wallace, vice-chairman of volun- sent. Mrs. McElvy capped them Lost.
t and Mrs. Linton May 21 and matters, such as schools, taxes teers; Mrs. M. C. Carter, vice- and Mrs. Fleshman pinned the Hospital-This Angry Age.

) baby boy, to Henry Frost, FP3, state amendments, gover- chairman of Gray Ladies and the service pins to their uniforms .
and Mrs. Frost, May 21. nor, Congressmen and Sena- ladies of the Chapter Canteen Mrs. Zowarka led 'the ladies in
tors. Service who brought and served reciting the impressive Gray Lcdr. Thomas
0{ I Personnel should check refreshments in the floral de- Lady Pledge.

their voting corated recreation hall after the
eligibility and
THIS LATEST class of volun-
inquire knowledge on absen- ceremony. teer Red Cross Gray Ladies included Assumes NAS
, tee voting by visiting or call- MRS. W. E. FLESHMAN Hos- Mesdames R. F. Curry,

ing office of the NAS Jax pital Gray Lady Chairman, pre- Albert Rose, Carol Smith, Carl SIO Position
1 ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Voting Officer, CWO J. J. sided. Both Capt. Abernethy and Hilscher, O. R. Harris, Ronald
:: Sunday, June 8 Carry, Room 146, Building Lcdr. W. R. Bryant, Hospital Hyde Charles Morris, Alvin Lcdr.* Charles Thomas has relieved -
One. Chaplain, in their respective add- Lcdr. James KirklighterJr.
0930 Sunday School, three- Thomas Charles Hollinshead,
., as NAS Jax Service Inform-
year-olds through adults, Bldg. resses spoke highly of the serv- Walter Wright Jr., Thomas Ben-
i ation Officer.
ices rendered to of the
722; Service of Divine Worship, patients net, R. P. Ceznowa, R. W. West,
) hospital. Lcdr. Kirklighter, aboard NAS
Chaplain Osman. Chapel ServiceTo E. E. Mann, Charles Bivans Sr.,
Jax
1r Capt. Abernethy awarded serv- for three years, two of
r lains 1100 Reagan-Divine and Worship Davis., Chap- Be On VideoGary ice bars to Mrs. W. E. Fleshman, Ralph McFarland, Newton Foss I which were spent at Operationsas

who completed two years; Mrs. and G. A. Snyder.The photo officer and assistant
1 1800 -- Teen-age Fellowship, Wright, son of M/Sgt. Charles E. Gerhan, one year; ceremonies held at the flight officer, will depart for
) Bldg. 722. and Mrs. David Wright, will be Mrs. L. H. Pollock, one year; CIC School then leave for duty
1930 United Fellowship of awarded the God and Country Mrs. Rose Wilson, three years; Naval Hospital were attended by I aboard the USS Bon Homme

Protestants, Bldg. 722. Medal of the Boy Scouts of Mrs. Frank E. Weld, one year; Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, com- : Richard.

Wednesday June 12 America at the 1100 service at Mrs. H. P. Mauer, three years; II manding officer. I' Lcdr. Thomas is not; new to
1900 School Teaching All Saints' Chapel this Sunday.The .
-Sunday NAS Jax. He arrived here in
Methods, Bldg. 722. service will be televisedby January to serve as deputy
1930 Principles of Christian WFGA-TV, Channel 12. Lt. commander in charge of the

Faith, Bldg. 722.Thursday. Joe Davis, NATTCenter chap- state's Armed Forces Day Pro
June 12 lain, will make the presentation. gram.

1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal, Young Wright's father is an : He was also attached to NAS

Bldg. 722. instructor at Aviation Funda- ;. Jax Operations Department in
1915-All Saints' Chapel Choir mentals School at NATTCenter. 1950-51.

Rehearsal, All Saints' Chapel.ST. ( Before coming here in Janu-

EDWARDS' CHAPEL New, Speedy Jet : ary, Lcdr.. Thomas was L execu-
Schedule of Masses : tive officer of the USS Alameda

Sunday June 8 Being GroomedFor 1 'i% : County, the Navy's first advanced

0830-1000 Sunday base ship.A .
0630DailyST. Fleet WorkThe
veteran of 16 years Naval
LUKE'S CHAPEL Navy has awarded a $100( service the SIO
new saw considerable -
Naval Hospital0630Catholic million contract to produce a { action during WWII

Mass speedy, all-weather jet fighter to and the Korean Conflict.He .
Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc., of
C933( -Service of Divine Wor-
Dallas, Tex. was interned by the Rus-
ship, Chaplain Bryant. sians in 1945 after being shot
Latter Day Saints (Mormon- The plane, designed to be the down by enemy forces. He elect-
1930-Bldg. 751. first-line fighter in a new gen-
Tuesday ed to strike into Russian territory
eration of all-weather
Christian Science Tuesday Navy air- rather than that controlledby
craft, "could be launched froma
751. the Japanese.
1900-Bldg.
carrier by catapult to knock
down high-flying After Russian internment,
Since porpoises have no sweat sonic bombers within enemy a matterof super- .nn...._."___ ,. _..__ ....v n_" .. _____n___ Lcdr. Thomas crossed the Arc-
glands, a fatal case of "sunburn"may minutes," a Navy "IT'S ALL YOURS!I" After looking over the great vol- tic Circle and rejoined American
result if they're kept out announce- ume of books and reams of paper Work involved with opera- forces in Teheran, Iran.
of water for too long. However, ment said. tion of the Service Information Office at NAS Jax, Lcdr. James
to Marine- The Navy //says the new craft Kirklighter Jr.. (right) wrings out crying towel to leave it in He's authorized to wear five
transported
porpoises
good shape for his successor, Lcdr. Charles 'Thomas. Lcdr,
in
Air Medals awarded for duty
land by truck are protected by will be able to land on less Kirklighter departs for CIC School at Bruswick, Ga., before re-
wet blankets. than 300 feet of space. porting for duty with the USS Bon Homme Richard. WWII.





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1 Effort Mad To Improve SH RotationsAn i



effort is being made to other services. In the commissaries to hold its own on ship's serv- ASSISTANT Secretary of the

improve sea-shore rotation of about 25 per cent of the iceman rotation. Right now, Navy F. A. Bantz, commentingon SALTY HUMOR FROM

the more than 5000 men in ship's personnel are civilians. In ex- Navy Times said, ship's service- the proposal that exchangesbe AND THERE
HERE
servicemen ratings, according to changes, about 90 per. cent are men tHird can expect five-and- required to reimburse appro-

Navy Times. civilians. one-half years of sea duty to priated funds for the pay and Daffynishuns Evolution:

THIS WOULD be based on THE NAVY contends that it each year ashore.To allowances of military personnel That which makes the monkeyin

moving some of the billets now needs this higher percentage of bring this schedule downto assigned to exchanges, said "This the zoo ask, "Am I my keep-

assigned to Navy Exchanges to military personnel because it three-at-sea, one-ashore rou- would be an unfair burden on er's brother?"
stores and must train for the exchanges who would be
commissary beefingup men responsibilities tine, an additional 300 shore jobs III *
the staffing in these activit- aboard ship where civilians paying not only for servcies but
needed. For
for third class are One racing fan to another: "I
cannot be used as well as also for the military duties per-
ies.At pro- Sills the rotation is now two- had a great day at the track
present, ,the Navy uses a vide shore duty rotation in the formed and for training (of per-
and-a-half to SH2 is three- A fellow borrowed
larger percentage of military per- ship's serviceman specialty.The one; sonnel in specialties such as yesterday.

sonnel in its exchanges and com Navy said it needs all and-a-half to one, while SHCs laundrymen, tailors, cobblers and $50 from me before" I had a

missaries than do any of the available shore billets in order have one for one. barbers.)" chance to lose it.
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Moral Leadership f: i FRA Branch second First helping woman,of reaching dessert: for"You a

tQ know, I've just got to watch my
: .
Program Started : waistline."

::.. Unit 126 SetInstallation
.' Second woman: "How lucky

By Navy LeadersThe tir rL you are to have it right out

St' there where you can."

Navy has launched a fleet- T; a .
wide program of instruction in Installation of officers of the
The old Arkansas philosophersays
moral leadership designed to Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Re-
it's to make
easy a mountain -
stimulate a personal sense of serve Association, Unit 126, is i
out of a molehill-just adda
responsibility in every memberof planned for Saturday at 1900 little dirt.
the naval forces. at the Riverside Lions Club on
I *
Carried out under the personal McDuff Ave.
"Well, Neal said his
uncle
guidance of Vice Adm. H. P. Mrs. Warren Zeilman will be ,
Smith, Chief of Naval Personnel, installed president. Other officers "I hear you're engaged to one
of the lovely Carson twins!"
the program is expected to resultin are Mrs. N. Bell, vice-president; "

higher morale, fewer discipli- s Mrs. C. F. Atterbery, secretary; "That's right, replied Neal

nary cases and more effective ; M_ rs. R. Van Beck, treasurer. proudly.
"
"But, said the uncle, "how
performance of duty. I
Board of will include
governors -
do
you manage to tell them
Pioneered originally by a groupof : Mrs. P. Stammos, Mrs. apart?"

naval chaplains in 1953, the A. Grubbs, Mrs. T. Nix, Mrs. "Oh," answered the
program now will be placed A. Mid young
get t and Mrs. A. E. man, "I don't try!"
"squarely in the hands of line of-
Semsch. Mrs. Louis Lindsay willbe ..
'
ficers," the Navy said, with the installed as chaplain.Mrs. *

chaplain resuming his traditionalrole ,_rAT .. Billie Wirth, National Expectant mother: "Wou'.i: you

of advisor and assistant to DRIVER TEST SCHOOL Robert West AN (right) President of the Ladies Auxil like a" baby brother; .or baby

the commanding offficer in im- of Airborne Early Warning Squadron 4, is getting a vision per- iary, ,FRA, Unit 22, Pensacola, sister?
proving the health, welfare and ception lest for his government vehicle operator's license at the will be the installing officer. Four-year-old son: "If it's not
NAS Jax Drivers' Testing School Instructor is M. J. "Tiny"
too much
morale of his men. L. P. trouble, I'd' like a
Whitmire will be installed
Grundig. The school has moved from Public Works to juridic- "
Secretary of the Navy ThomasS. lion of Security Department and has relocated facilities in as President of Branch pony.
S
Gates Jr., in announcing the Building 13 at the main gate. SC

Moral Leadership Program, said, 126.Other new officers of the "How long was your last cook ,

"Each person in the Naval serv- Branch will be: J. E. Murphy, with you, Robinson?"

ice will be called upon to review Driver Testing Office: vice-president; Conly Cantrell, "She never was with us, John-

his own behavior, his precepts, treasurer; W. H. Sandifer, secretary : son; she was against us from
his example, his sense of moral with A. the start."
; Midgett, A. Gatlin,
.
responsibility." Is Beehive Of R. H. Holtzhouse, J. Damon, W. *

Admiral Smith said the move ActivityThe Rouse, N. Bell, T. Nix, J. Christ- Then there's the story of the

to revitalize leadership is con- mann, J. Whitmire, C. Atterbery, pretty young thing who was so
sidered necessary because of the Driver Testing Unit aboard NAS Jax is now under C. Rose and E. Forehand servingon annoyed by the fellow sitting

"growth of modern attitudes" jurisdiction of Security Department, after being. a part of the board of governors. next to her at the movie that

which place widespread emphasis Public Works for many years. Alfred Szarmanski, charter she got up and. changed. cars.

on materialistic rewards and The unit is now housed in the member and first president of *

create doubt about the "homely rear of Building 13 at the main Among other tasks performedby Branch 126 will be the installing Things are getting so tough

virtues'* of dependability, honestyand gate. the unit is holding lectureson officer for the Branch. that in Hollywood even the pI -- VL,, -'-S
loyalty. (AFPS). safe driving and conductinga I I men are saying maybe.
SAFE DRIVING* an essential training course of 40-hours

aboard NAS Jax, has been up- classroom work for unsuccessful

Four permost in the minds of drivers test applicants. Girl To Front
CommandersTo
using the many miles of Station
highways and operating various Assisting Horton in the Driver Ork
At
Testing Unit instructors Final
are Fred
Depart Center government motor vehicles, due
partly to the unceasing effortsof Sorrell, FTC, and M. J. "Tiny" Center

the driver testing unit. Grundig. Keeping tabs on office DanceFinal
For New Posts work is
Peggy Lineberry.
Over a recent 12-month period, NA'rI'Center Crew's

Four commanders at NATT- it has been pointed out, the Dance of the summer will be

Center have received orders and office handled well over 5,300 Lundy, Loveland held tonight at King Hall with

will be departing in the next military and 600 civilian applica-- festivities slated to get under-
two weeks. tions for drivers' licenses.In Gain AE HonorsRichard ta\ way at 2000.

First to leave is Comdr. Rob- charge of the unit is Harry The NATTCenter Waves
Lundy, AEAA, of Elgin are
ert Woodside Horton., supervisor qualifications
Training Officerof Ill., and Robert Loveland, sponsoring the affair.
AO ((0) School, who heads rating examiner, who organizedthe ... .
AEIAN, of Elmira, N. Y., shared '" Weilder of the baton
for FIlet Air Support outfit in 1945. will be a
SquadronOne top honors in last week's
gradu-
NAS Patuxent River, Md. EACH PERSON wishing to ation at Aviation Electrician'sMate \ female for the first time in

Comdr. William Hines, NATT- take the examination ahd teststo School Class A at NATT- many months. Treasure Ford
Center Administration operate a goverment vehicle and her Seven
Officer, Center. Men of Rhythmare
will leave this week for duty at must written file test an application, take a Lundy, who entered the Navyin a much-traveled group, hav-
plus a psychological
NS, Argentia, Nfld.
examination.This Sept. 1957 will report to ing appeared many times in
Comdr. Benjamin Colkitt Jr. Imperial Beach, Calif., for duty
Europe
includes testing in the and the United States.
will be detached June 10 and! while Loveland, who also joined
field of vision of
depth
report to Fleet Air Defense tion reaction percep- the Navy in Sept. 1957, has not The outfit's style ranges from
eye-to-foot and
Center Dam Neck yet been assigned. Dixieland
Va. regular vision testing. to calypso, so your

Comdr. Luther Miller, Super- Next comes the skill test, con- favorite tune will probably be
intendet of Maintenance Train- sisiting of driving 100 feet to John: "Do you know how to heard.

ing, will report to the USS Ta- a stop line; gauging space whenin drive a baby buggy?" Included
rawa (CVS-40) for duty. close limits; stopping smoothly Jim: Not exactly. How?" > on the night's pro-

in 4Moot John: "Tickle its feet." gram will be a floor show, sing-
space at 20 mph
;
Forty-two Army, Navy and determining front and back limits ing and free refreshments.

Air Force enlisted men have and parking parallel to curb. Visitor (at the brig): "Poor ..... ...... ... .... Waves in charge are Blanche
.v.ww ;"'; .
begun the '"' :< """W0. $: ,
second nuclear : M''*'
power THE APPLICANT then under- boy. What are you locked in WIELDS Erickson, Susan Defendi
BATON Nancy
plant operator training course at goes a five-mile road test to here for?" Treasure Ford Lovely
the Army's Atomic will lead her Church, JoAnn Marshall, Dorta
Package determine the operator's driving Prisoner: "They think I'd get orchestra for the final crew'
Power Reactor, Ft. Belvoir, Va. habits. out if I wasn't."., dance of the season tonight at Largent, Frances Curwen and
King Hall. Rosalie Morse.






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4 rBOWLING Supply Flies NL Flag;



VP.18 Paces AL Fight


Supply, behind the steady arm of Jim Trent, finishedits

a regular season league activity with a 4-0 victory over

VAP-62 at Yorktown, Field.

Heavy stickmen for Supplywere
John Pagano, Gene Sasser crown, defeated VA-104, 8-3, and

and Bud Mackey,' rugged Store- brushed past a main obstacle to

keeper backstop. the tijtle. .. .

SUPPLY CAPTURED National Second-place occupant VAII-1,

League honors, posting a clean in a knot with Faetu, drubbed

slate in ten games. Medical is VF-22, 9-3. VF-173 suffered a 13

currently second with eight winsin defeat at the hands of Factu.

nine decisions.The League action was due to bo

Medics, with a lone loss to halted this week. Supply will go

Supply haunting the club: tookit j into a playoff with the AL

out on VW-4, overwhelmingthe champion at a date to be an-

I Cane Hunters, 171. nounced.

Hospital, in a third-place tie

with the 679th, edged VAP-62, 'Red7 Greenwood's
1110. The setback the photooutfit's
_'YO-'. _or. __ _,"'....01<.."___.,,_.._,,,._.00:__ .... .... was
second defeat of the
: HARVEST Competition in the NATTCenter Enlisted Men's Wives Bowl. 278 MarkIn
a came to a finish recently with awarding of trophies at the league's annual banquet. week. Top
1 .ng Bags captured the championship, followed by Jesters. Proud owners of trophies are, THE AIRMEN of the 679th
$ .. (left to right) Ruth Helmuth, winning team member Rose Weatherby, league preii- dumped the Marine Barracks,
; series owner ((538)) and winning team member Cam Truitt, Bowling Bags captain,and 12-6. Keg TourneyThe
: Warbington high handicap-game winner ((231)). Rear June Goddard high handicap
er ((575) and member of winning team; Kay Bowman, high average winner ((157)and) In the American League, VP- NATTCenter Bowling
t.Baser,.. winning team member. 18, heavy favorite for the loop Tournament ended last Wednes-
day with a new alley record

EM Wives Given, f ; .if. : I ;. : being set during the annual
t : :
; : ." event.
}
kIAXAIRLE '
< M/Sgt. "Red" Greenwood

I Bowling League t'" I' '. .,'' ':. .'SP.O'RJS'tJ: chalked up the new mark by
TEl
f! {i iN: .n.:1r.: ,, : 'I rolling a 278 game while enter-
Awards Prizes it:'< "*r. I "1. :
\; :;.< ..., ... .. :, .: ed in team bowling. .
:. ; .;.. :; ;:.<:). < ,\\.r..I, ':: ;:; ..i....,'i" .... . .1 *
.
>t S ,
LINE : : ,,: 'ii : ; <'it. : Greenwood's teammates, Karl
: Thophies were awardedand : +f K ; ; :: : ,, (lt.!: .j
P, new officers selected at Booth, John Burner, Willis

ion for the Greater the recent banquet of the Pierce and Raymond Brackett
r le. Sailing Trophy has NATTCenter Enlisted Men's Braves Face put together a 3156 pinfall to
y
a..R T
end until start of a Wives Bowling League. IQ szl capture the team championshipfor

in July. Kay Bowman was awarded Home Jousts Aviation Fundamentals.In .

"" of the Jax Navy trophy for the season's high individual 1. Sugar Ray Robinson was the doubles play, Sgt. Fred As-
I
.leet the past week has average, a f ine *157 With MaconThe only man in history to hold the berry and Sgt. Bill Dunmire

ely pleasure sailing and that held up through continuous middleweight title on four occa- teamed to take the title for Ma-

out of new skippers. firing. cellar dwelling Charlotte sions. Name the four men from rine Aviation Detachment:

j. JUNE GODDARD earned high Hornets open a threegamestand whom he took the crown. In singles competition, Green-
Tax Navy Sailing ClubS handicap series honors by post against the Jacksonville 2. What great baseball pitcherwas wood won most of the marbles,

|Bantams were on ther's ing a 575. Mary Ann Warbington Braves beginning Monday at the known as the "Big Train"? compiling a 682 mark and also

River over the long captured high handicap game new baseball park. 3. What sportswriter coined the won the aUevents.SportType .
enjoying the ideal with a 231. Although experiencing early phrase "Four Horsemen" in re-

;J y and constant, excellent High scratch series went to season knocks, the Hornets are gard to one of Notre Dame's all- Judo

reeze. Rose Weatherby, author of a 538 coming along nicely at this junc- time backfields?

r, the unusual non-class effort while high scratch gameof ture and should provide the 4. Who was the youngest man Classes ,FormingClasses
: |(boat recently launched 197 was posted by Al Franklin. Braves rough competition. to start a season as manager of a
big league baseball team? in sport-type judo are
dr. R. C. Woodside, has Manager Joe Just's Jax entryis
Most bowler award 5. What heavyweight fighterwas conducted Monday and
chased by> Lt. Bill Price improved in a third place battle with being
l been seen holding her was given Ann Davison who the Macon Dodgers who moveon called the "Wild Bull of the Thursday evenings in the lower

:speed and maneuverabilmore raised her average 34 pins from the local scene for a quartetof Pampas"? deck of Building 542 from 1830
conventional Band beginning of the season. (Answers to Sports Quiz) to 2100.
games beginning Thursday,
: Snipes in Mulberry NEW LEAGUE officers are: June 12.Single. odiij sjnq '$ All NATTCenter military per-
Rose Weatherby, president; La- 'UOSB3SpuepAeio sonnel and their dependents are
Vern Williams, vice-president; games are planned each zfsi em p XJBII em Ze6Z eligible to avail themselves of
[Sailing Club plans to of- night through Saturday with a
,\ Betty Courson, secretary; IBM oqM. 'nv .lpnog noquosuipf > this instruction.For .
.gged competition this Myrna Underwood, treasurer, and i Braves Sunday stand.game closing out the 'e)11I: : pUVnUl.l 'c further information, con-

.d in the annual 37 Mile Louise Pinkall. MWM; tact Sgt. Richard.Smell of Avia-

,. )Race" sponsored by St. Bowling Bags won the loop All arc-light affairs start at 'jaut"IInJ tion Fundamentals School
banner with Jesters finishing 2000 with Sunday games getting eue*) pus untO oqog 'uld
;Yacht Club and the Rud-
second followed by Woodpeckers, underway at 1500. jnj .Apuvll 'now 8'I 8)It '1
i' '.lub of Orange Park. Alley Cats, Gutter Snipes and I ....
'
race is open to all con- Pin Pals.
New is expected to get
s, and 'begins at 0830 Sat- season
underway Sept. 17.
in Palatka/ ending at the
Harry Winner. Mutual sports-
er Club.fAGOs. Ralph Miles CapturesFull caster, has been presented a Certificate -

Handicap TourneyRalph :rr- of Appreciation ,by Brig.

;: Gen. Elvin S. Ligon Jr., for his
Lazarus Miles captured the 18- _il.Elt1M1uN j efforts on behalf of Air Force
hole Medal Full Handicap tour-
.
.
recruiting ",
; nament at NAS Jax over the
|Adept Angler L e w Jenkins winner of the
week end with a 87-18-69 net.
e NATTCenter Fish Ro- Rod Pinney and Charles Mil- lightweight championship in 1940
from Lou Ambers, and Silver
a
came to an end last Mon- ler tied for second place honors
Star in Korea, is now an Army
y, after'two months of com- with a net 71.
tition. M/Sgt. and instructor at Ft. Ord,

[ hook- Unable to get experienced help, Calif. He did three WWII years
AGO
Zeff Lazarus of
: with the Coast Guard .
hire
a 10-pound,six-ounce blackass the farmer was obliged to a &TY
Two of the tallest basketball
to win in that category winneras man chores.unfamiliar with farm '.:: L ':...:.': : f: players i in service are Francis
hile speckled trout
Steve Mayer of Special One day he came across the : : Kane at 6'10" and John Kennellyat

ervices. Paul Drummond of new hired hand forcing a cow ?,. .JLi: t- 6'11"; both on the Phoenixville,
Pa., Valley Forge Army Hospital
o School won on his entry, to drink a pail of milk.

large sea bass. "Say, you danged fool," he exclaimed _"" __;0,;:". .... ..,..., ...... .......d, _N....._ team .
James Blomquist of Medical "what's the idea of SO CLOSE, YET That's what M/Sgt. "Red" Greenwoodhad Pete Dawkins Army halfback,
to after the second in team matches at the annual *
lay game has been named of the
ad the largest drum caught, feeding that pail of milk to the NATTCenter Bowling Tourney. Comdr. Wilfred E. Flesh captain
and Earl Grubbs of Special cow?" man, executive officer of the Center, (left) and M/Sgt. Green- 1958 West Point gridders Red
Services won on his bream "Well", replied the new hand, wood display score sheet to show how Greenwood misled a Blumenreich. all-time high scorerat
[entry. Biggest-fish honors "the darn fool stepped in and perfect game by counting only eight pins in the first frame. Yeshiva, is a new face with
After this, "Red" recorded 11 strikes to produce a 278 for a
went to Lazarus. got it all dirty, so I'm running it new alley mark. He captured the .singles title with a 682, and the Mitchel AFB, }N.'.Y.; ,CONAC
'
'
through again." the all-events with 2033. Volunteers' fiVe' '. (AFPS)





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NAVY WMSffiSM

EXCHANGEA
For Rent

4-Rm Apt. on Dr. Lake. $55

ti Mo. 3457 Dr. Lake Dr. Arnold.

3-Bdrm Furn. House. 2157 Gil-

more St. $75 Mo. El-5-5185.
complete radio TV- appli- Thomas.
: sir / :
ance repair department was 2-Bdrm Unfurn. Apt. 1316 So.

opened Tuesday, Jupe 2, at the McDuff. $75. Wilcox. EV 7-2273.
"Country Storey" first i deck :
Building 954. 3-Bdrm Home in Orange Pk.
Avail July 2. Co-4-8083. Pink-
The facility Offers complete
ston.
repair service for aij types ra- '
dios, complete television repair, ,. .. t 3-Rm Furn. Apt. 2844 Corin-
including replacing the picture thian Ave. $65 Mo. EV-7-7174.

tube, and; most all types of Murray.
electrical appliances. I ; For Sale
: ; F 3-Bdrm, split level house. 4652

At the NATTCenter enlisted Solandra Circle W (Oak mil).

mens' club, Building 593, a grill / : Equity $3,000. Will bargain. EV-
I
has been added which allows S 4-2623. Smith.

patrons to have "hot" sand- 34-Ft. Trlr. 6725 Seaboard Ave.

wiches and short orders. ;. ; S S EV-4-2464 for Appt. Zinsel, ADC.
This adds greatly to a facility
3-Bdrm House. 4901 Ortega
which formerly offered only Hills Dr. GI equity. $65 Mo. EV-
cold ready-made sandwiches.Club 4-2908. Lt. Kamin.

hours are 1630 2300 on ..... _.. ".__'___o'N".' 3-Bdrm house. 6603 RomillyDr.
weekdays and 1300 2300 Sat-
-
r. NURSERY GRADUATES Graduation exercises were (Oak Hills) Low Equity.
urdays and' Sundays. held at the Navy Wives Nursery aboard the Station last week
$65 Mo. Graber Ext. 288.
,
*
when 62 children received of
diplomas signifying completion
Tuesday, June 2, marked the Live Music On work at the Nursery. The youngsters will enter first grades of 3-Bdrm home. 7356 GreenwayDr.
beginning of the first annual various schools throughout the county in September. Lcdr. EV-7-1595. GI equity. $74
Tap At HospitalThe Charles Lindsay, NAS Jax Discipline Ofificer, presented di- Mo. Wagner.
"Housewares Fair". The fair allows plomas to the graduates.
patrons to save up to 33 NATTCen er band, 3-Bdrm home. 5249 SeasprayAve.

per cent off regular Exchartge which is becoming one of (Venetia Ter.) Conven.
prices on 33 specially selected the most popular groups in VP-S, VANS, VA-44 Report NAS & Cecil. EV-7-7068.

household items. the area, will present a one-
3-Bdrm home. 4039 TyndaleDr.
All remaining stock's will be hour show in the theater at
Conven. NAS & Cecil EC-.
re-priced to regular prices after the Naval Hospital tonight at Scouting Squadrons 8-4882. Comdr. Colkitt.

June. 17.Some 1930. 3-Bdrm. house. 4204 DeMedici.

of the specially priced The band, in operation for VW.4 kowski and JimSchmidt.. (Venetia area).
items during the two-week sale two months, is under direc-
include ironing boards and cov- tion of Rich Coard of Avia- The officers of VW-4 Hosteda A special thanks goes to Mrs.

ers, hampers, waste baskets, tion Storekeeper School.In "Going South" party Thursday Curry for the delicious buffet Stars FavoredFor
laundry baskets, dinnerware, addition to the band's night at the Woman's Club in supper she prepared for the 200

slicing machines, baking utensils, renditions, Albert Brotzmanof Jacksonville. Arrangements were guests. \ New E-8,
made by Lcdr. Ray Curry, Lt.
cannister sets, plastic kitchen Special Services will do the aboard to the follow-
Welcome
Don Brouillard, Lt. (jg) Bill E-9 RatingsNavy
utensils, pepper mill sets, salad vocalizing. Western style mus- ing men who have, recently reported -
sets and barbeque accessories. ic, calypso, and bop also will Hodge, Gene Lang and John to the "Hurricane Hun- Times this week reported -
i Reilly, and Ensigns Terry ZacH -
be on the night's agenda. ter" squadron: J. F. Haney Jr., that the use of' stars above

and A. K, Goodwin, ADC; G. the rating badge to identify the

Navy Given OK Bachman, ATI; R. L. Moser, AE- new master chief and senior
2; C. L. Christensen, AT2 andF. chief petty officer rates is gain-

For 13,560 Navy Wives R. Spatt, AT2. ing in favor by the Navy.

Also to C. O. Faulk, AD3; S. The Permanent Naval Uni-

UnitsThe M. Schrager, ACW3; E. L. Quinn, form Board will have the de-
Capehart CornerThe ATRAN; M. A. C. Creasy, AA; cision to make from several designs -

and B. C. Reynolds, ATRAA.A I and suggestions when it
Navy now has approvalfor
13,560 housing units at 37 local Navy Wives Club of special congratulations to meets soon.

Capehart projects in the U. S., America met Wednesday, May "Shotgun" Pendergras, AEC, the While several proposals have
28 the Park clubhouse been received BuPers is inclined
at Dewey -
Hawaii
Guam and Puerto Rico, only serviceman selected onAmerica's
with Mrs. Barney Meyers pre- to favor the idea of
according to Navy Times. four-man skeet team.
siding. : adding stars to the chief uniform,
The Navy's units are part of Along with the other mem- 'said Navy Times.
99,223 Capehart housing units Sworn in as new memberswere
bers, Ken leaves for Stockholm,
One star above the of
Mesdames P. E. eagle
under construction during the Murphy,
in for
Sweden, July the qualifying -
Victor Galbreath and John A. Y the rating badge would identifythe
rest of this year and for fiscal ryvY'r, round at the International
Connaughton.Mrs. E-8 rating and two would
I 1959. Tourney in Moscow in August.
identify the E-9 rating.
is cochairman
Larry Striber -
; Of this total, 38,230 family .
with Mrs. Robert Miller
units are under contract or con-
, for the bake sale to be held Fasron Six Fifth
struction. Navy
I aboard the station June 17. A farewell party was held at
_. Navy-Marine Corps units under We're sorry to lose eight girls the, Cecil Field BOQ for the (Continued from Page I)

contract or construction total this month. Mrs. Jack Clark, our squadron executive officer, Lcdr.A. former, master pantomimist-
i 2,055, while the bid has been chaplain .is at Key West, Mrs. G. Karnes, who has been peared in the big finals three
'1 accepted but final contract not George Copeland has gone to transferred to Photo School at successive years.
signed in the of units.
1,853
case NAS Pensacola.The .
Norfolk, Mrs. Ev. Walters to Almost anything goes in var-
Another 2,666 Navy and Marine Purdue University, Mrs. Eddie party also honored Lt. J. iety shows and anyone and everyone -

Capehart units have been adver- Johnson to Patuxent River, Mrs. L. Kent who will soon be trans- attached to commands in

tised for bids. Gerald Thompson to Norfolk, ferred to the USS Mount Suri- the Jax-area and Green Cove
One of two new projects add- Mrs. Clifford Barnes to London, l- r--- -:': .WId 1 bachi. and Sanford who can sing operaor

ed to the Navy's program which Mrs. Raymond Allen to Hawaii HIDDEN GOLD Part of hillbilly, pick a guitar, dance,
aboard
will house 500 families is plan- and Mrs. Joe Bradshaw to Spain. the reason for the big turnoutat Recently reporting was or can be classified as a mimic,
ned for the Submarine Base at Lt. (jg) -Jerry Kerry who joins
The next ward Party will be the French Tennis Championships comedian or dramatic actor is
New London, Conn. The second held June 10.DaffynishunsPessimist. was stately K a r o 1 Fasron Six's growing group of urged to enter the talent elimi-
ex-model turned
new project will house 220 sea Fageros. an COD pilots.
athlete, who gives us a quick nations.
service families attached to NS, of her lame Congratulations to newly
: Per- glimpse gold pant- pro- Unlike last year, the Navy is
Guam. son who, when given, a choiceof ies as she takes the court for a 'moted Lt. Kermit Veach and Lt. not planning to send its top-

two evils, chooses them both. practice session. (jg) Howard Curran.A notch entertainers around the
Joe: "I want, to change my
country on a recruiting tour.A .
honor.
name, your
t Judge: What is your name?" TV Outfit Seeks Tales By Reservists' group forming the 1957 All-
I Joe: "Joe Zbamlioski:' Navy Talent Review "Shipmate

I Judge: "I don't blame you. Varieties" i put on shows in 45

I What do you want to change it Reservists with interesting experiences branches.All reservist with a story should cities in 37 states.

to?" as "weekend warriors"can stories must be service- write it in his own words exactlyas

Joe: "Charlie Zbamlioski" have their stories dramatizedon connected, have entertainmentvalue it happened using names, Members of the Army Field

TV and get $100 for it, according and reflect credit on the dates, places and be in enough Band, based at Ft. Meade, Mo.,

"Did the drought burn up the to Navy Times.A individual, his service and the detail to permit the screen writers have completed 1, 979,629 road

grass over your 'way?" movie company in Holly- Reserves in general.The to construct a TV episode. miles without an accident in

"Oh, yeh, sure did. Cattle gotso wood is getting ready to pro- stories may be set in Mail should be addressed to: eight of playing before
thin we just put a piece o' duce a TV series with Defense peace or war and can be humorous Reserve (Productions, Inc.,, California years -
carbon paper between 'em and approval, which will be devotedto somber, tragic, catastrophic, Studios, 650 North Bron- military and civilian audiencesin

branded 'em two at a time." the Reserve forces of all scientific or most anything else. son Avenue, Hollywood 4, Calif. the US, Canada and Mexico.