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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: June 26, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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F! h { y '...",l :" '<'J.-'V".:\.:, :.). Scheduled For'y 11
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I Navy, Marine and Coast Guard personnel in the Jack-

;. 1 s, \y y2+ s s sonville area who aspire to stardom via the All-Navy Talent
.
y Contest will have to hurdle the eliminations slated for July

11 at NAS Jax.

\ The Jax elimination contestis
.' :.. former amateur or professional
series of such
the first in a
t1 standing.

: ;:.\\i \ The trials eventual for personnel winners who in district enter. Preliminary auditions for per-

and regional eliminations will sonnel in the Jacksonville Zone
;a { Yka.o vie in the All-Navy finals in will be held) in an elimination

New York City, with eventual contest at Mainside Theatre,
winners appearing again on the Building 612 at 1300 on July 11.

Ed Sullivan TV Show on August Personnel selected from the

3. preliminaries will appear at King

IT IS emphasized that per- Hall, Building 563, at 2000 on
the same day, July 11.
fist'w x sonnel can enter regardless of
THE TWO BEST acts chosen
GOOD-WILL These officers .
of the Brazilian A I r ---- -- from the July 11 evening contest
Force bring good-will to Fleet will compete in a Sixth Naval
Air Wing ll's commanding of.
ficer, Capt. Donald E. Macin District contest in Charleston,
tosh. Left to right are, S. O. S. C. July 23.
Kleber Argollo, lit Lt. Almir I
Medeiros, lit Lt. Walter Dos I J1IX Judges will be composed of
Santos, Capt. Macintosh (hold. Jacksonville press, radio, and
ding fishing boat model presented television personalities.
him), Ma). Napoleao Personnel desiring to enter the
Castro and Capt. 'Menvel Lis- .
boa N etio. -- --. Jax eliminations requestedto
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submit their names through
Vol. 16 No. 13 U. S. N. A. S Jacksonville Florida 26 June 1958
BraziliansIn their commands prior to July 10

direct to the Special Services

TrainingAt Ten Percent Officer, NAS Jacksonville.

Invited to participate in the

Pay Hike To Jax Navy talent trials are per-

FAW-11 sonnel from all commands and

NW. activities at NAS Jax; NAS
Twenty-three enlisted men ; ClassifiedsSome
and five officers of the Brazil- a k:. : a ; Cecil Field; NAAS Mayport;
ian Air Force have arrivedat Naval Station Green Cove

NAS Jax for eight weeks 1,000 classified em- Springs; U. S. Coast Guard Jax;
ployees at NAS Jax will
training at Fleet Air Wing 11. T'' begin receiving a 10 percent and NAS Sanford.
The Brazilians are under the !
boost in their pay beginning
command of Maj. Napoleao
Meireles DeCastro. Capt. DonaldE. q July 18. Two Marines Named Top

Macintosh is commander of The 10 percent raise is retro- Honormen At AE SchoolPfc.
FAW-11. ; active to the first full pay periodin
.. pS. January, which means Jan- Roger Schanmburg of
WHILE HERE, the group will \ and Pfc.
wS uary 12 here. Wisconsin Dells, Wise.,
attend daily lectures pertinent : (
Simmons of Groves, Tex.,
to ground maintenance work and There will be a special pay Jerry
conduct on-the-job maintenance day for retroactive pay, but no shared top honors in last week's
training. date can be *se( for this lump graduation at Aviation Electri-

Four enlisted men and an r sum payment until funding information cian's Mate School, Class A, at
has been received, the
officer, currently attending < NATTCenter.
FAETU courses at Norfolk, will N A S Comptroller Departmenthas
revealed. Schanmburg, who entered the
join the local group later.

Because of a limited know '. -tJ f.J Engineers and scientific per- Marines in Feb. 1957, and Sim-

ledge of the English language, .-_. r .. sonnel, including several here at mons, a Marine since last Aug-
although the International Sign RECEIVES HIGH AWARD In recent ceremonies at All NAS, who had been given instep ust, are still unassigned.
Language does prevail Frank Saints' Chapel, Gary Wright, (right) son of M/Sgt. and Mrs.
David Wright, an instructor at AvFund School at NATTCen- raises to the top of their
Viera, ADC, of FAW-11, is act ter, received the God and Country Award, the highest Boy grades earlier this year, will get
ing as interpreter for the Brazil Scout religious award. Wright, an Eagle Scout receives the
ians. award from Chaplain Joe DarU. The God and Country medal the 10 percent boost in addition. THERE'LL BE
Js" given Scouts who work on different phases of religion for
THIS FIRST group of Brazil. One year. The new pay bill also allowsan PLENTY MORE
ain Air Force personnel will additional 599 more jobs pay
be followed by another groupof ing between $14,190 and $19,000. Interested in when militarypay
Of ChiefsTo will be for remainder -
flight personnel, and even First Super days
This includes 292 super-grade
later, by more maintenance men. of this year?
jobs, GS-16 through GS-18, plus Next pay day for all mili-
While here, the BAF flight
307 scientitist and engineer posi- tary personnel here will be
personnel will receive 25 hoursof Be Named Nov. 16The
anti-submarine warfare opera tions in which salaries can go July 16, followed by pay
dates Aug. 1 and 15 and Sept.
tional
flight training with VP. to $19,000.It .
16. Navy, in announcing plans to phase in the two new up 2 and 16.October.

Staff coordinator for the BAF super-grades over the next' four years, has authorized 1,850 marks the first pay raise for brings three pay

training courses is Lt. John E-9 promotions during the fiscal year of 1959. classified employees since May days, Oct 1, 15, 31. Other
McTammany.Last Actual numbers to be advanced 1955 when they were granteda days to watch for are Nov. 17
be advanced to the new pay and Dec 1, 15 31.
,
in the succeeding three
years
boost.
7%
Friday, Maj. DeCastro, against the ceiling of two per grades, commanding officers have N percent Stragglers pay day ,will be
accompanied by some of his officers cent of .total enlisted strengthfor been directed, the Navy said, to Earlier this year 3600 ungraded first working day after regu-

presented Capt. Macintosha E-8 and one per cent for E- recommend only those CPOs who employees at NAS Jax receiveda lar pay day
small replica of a Brazilian
fishing boat in the spirit of 9, as fixed by Congress, will be (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5)) 4 to 13 cents per hour raise.
determined annually after fur-
friendship i and international

good-will. ther ture, study the Navy of the said.enlisted struc- Aquatic Show At NAS Sunday m

INITIAL FY '59 upgrading to

Phillippine Native Tops senior chief petty officer (E-8)) A gala celebration of National Queen and her court leading the tributions of shallow water div-

AK School GraduatesCatalino and master chief petty officer Safe Boating Week (June 29- procession. ing, water skiing and amphibious

Mateo, AK3, of Mato- (E-9)) will be made Nov. 16 July 5) is planned locally with The water show is expected to vehicle exhibitions.

bato, Calbayog City, Samar, P. I., from top competitors in the NAS Jax joining hands with the take place in front of the low Other local highlights of National -
was named honor student in last coming August fleet-wide ex- Jacksonville-Duval County Safe- I banks adjacent to the Officers' Safe,Boating Week will bea
week's graduation at Aviation aminations.A ty Council's Water Safety Divi- Club. The public is invited. boat safety instruction course
Storekeeper School Class A at second round of E-8 and sion in presenting a water showat The queen's barge is set to and a courtesy motor boat safe-
NATTCenter. E-9 promotions will follow on 1430 Sunday off the Station anchor about 200 yards off- ty examination Saturday, July
May 16, 1959-as a result of shoreline. shore. Rest of the craft will drop 5.
Mateo, who entered the Navyin February tests-to fill the au- Outboards and pleasure cruisers anchor on the right and left ,of The queen of the week was
June 1953, will report back thorization through next June from local boating clubs will the royal yacht. slated to be chosen at a luncheonin

to VA-172 at NAS Oceana, Va., 30. form an aquatic parade to NAS Among demonstration at the the George Washington Hotel

for duty. Due to the small numbers to Jax with the Water Safety water show will be Navy con- yesterday.F .



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1958'1

Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 26 June



VW-4 VA-104 VA-176 Fasron Six, VAH-1
,
1m wmws1RAL STRENGTH CUT

DURING APRILThe i I

lecboaYm. Scouting Squadrons
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. _?.._._.............,...?..._......>............. Commanding Officer armed services drop-
Comdr. Crayston IJ. Weber ....... Executive Office ped 15,137 men during April, II
NAB Six; Fleet AU Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switeer ....................... Commander with the Navy and Marine VW.4 I and Jimmy Barrie, AM3.
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr. ............................................................... Chief of Staff, FalrJax Corps contributing to this A "wetting down" was
Capt. Edwin S. Young ....-.............. Chief of Staff NAB Six stag "Navy Career The Key To
Ti..! **f according to Navy Times. held at the Skeet Club on June Your Future," are words takento
Capt. Donald E.! Macintosh .. .. .a=. ............................... Commander
Capt. Thomas 9. Whit _.......w........._.._..........__. Chief Staff Officer The Navy lost 1,648 men 10, much to the chagrin of VW-4 heart by William Peek, ADC,
..val A1r Tecbaloal Training .. .* during that month while the officers' wives. Newly promoted and Marland Adkins, SD2, for
Capt. Charles L. Moor Jr. .?..?..,-.. ............... .......................... Commanding Officer
Comdr. Wilfred E lleshmaa ........__?................M.................................. Executive Officer Marines dropped 5,629. The I officers, 19 in all, were honor on June 6 they extended their
XavsJ Hospital Army lost 5,940 in total guests. tours in the Navy.
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ................_.KABTV........................................... Commanding Officer strength and the Air Force Two new three-stripers were "Fond farewell"to Robert

Capt. Norman' O. Anderson ............?....?.... .........._.................... Commanding Officer was down 1,920 men. added to the squadron's rosteras
Comdr. William B. Hardy ..........M_.............?.....(............................?........ Executive Officer Navy strength, preliminary Comdr. Herbert Townes Jr. years Browne with, YN1 the, who squadron after, was 2/

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated tund.liD Jacksonville Florida Department of Defense fig- and Comdr. Richard Panther transferred. We'll miss his
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS: P. just
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge: to military and civilian personnel ures show, was estimated at made the big step. sincere grin and valuable serv-
ef Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training 641, 273 on April 30 as com- Six new sets of "railroad
Center Fleet Air Wing 11. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. ice.
Naval Hospital. pared to 642, 921 the lash day tracks" are being worn by Lts.

Service Information Officer .......... .,. Comdr. Charles M. Thomas of March. John Washcysion Billy Mc- e e e
Assistant Service Information ............ Plane VA-176
Editor Gordon Robbie; fReporters Jack Holmes, PHI; Mary Cabe, Ron Kurth, Werner
Ann Kirchner, SN. The "E "
Mundt and John Kneisl. Navy long a symbolof
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. outstanding achievement is
Material appearing sunless otherwise can be reprinted 8.dNavyrphoto. A bathing beauty these days New Lt (jgs) include Jim ,
given. Photographs after and
credited are official being sought won by
graphs. wears nothing to speak of, but Conley, Russ Dickens, Berry
Editorial offices located tn Room Ztt. Main Administration Building.Phone the "Thunderbolts" in 1958. In
Hewlett Jim Nerrie Tom Nuc-
extensions 8164. KH6. fit or lie. plenty to talk about. six competitive exercises this
kols, Marv Podem, John Reilly,
.. year, 38 individual "E's" have
Jack Smith, Ernie Stewart and
b'een awarded pilots of VA-176.
Bill Warren.
Former chief Frank Floyd Although competing in only
.rr three exercises the 'Thunder-
donned the "half stripe" and is ,
now WO1. bolt" skipper, Comdr. D. C. Stan-

ley, has won two of the coveted
A warm welcome goes to the
awards. Leading with four "E's"is
Thursday, June 26 fpllowing: F. Chiantese, ACW-
Lt (jg) Dewey Mobley and
Mainside AN; H. M. Henley ACWAN; B.
Hellship Mutiny
Lt (jg) Pete Grosby.
(south sea saga) with Jon Hall Steinfeldt, ACWAN; J. R. Baker,
The pilots will take home the
and John Caradine. Also There ACWAN; E. M. Baxter, ACWAN;
"E"s but all know that withoutthe
They Go Go Go (roadrunner). t D. D. Fowler, ACWAN; R. B.
NATTCenter-Twilight of the Doane ATAN; E. A. Willis, outstanding support of the
i there would be "E"s.
crew no
Gods (color drama) with Rock .. ATAN; J. E. Merklein, ATAN;
These showers
'::-: summer are
Hudson and Cyd Charisse. Also, J. D. Jackson, ATAN.
, catching lot of wind-
a car
open
Monster and the Ape, Chapter 9. '; Also, J. A. Bernat, ATAN;
but to catch
Hospital Boom Town :.> D. E. Shoemaker, ACWAN; R. E. ows, mostly seem
the linemen who work outside
(drama) with Clark Gable and r Houle, AGAN; W. D. Streur,
of the time. We would
Spencer Tracy. ;, AMC; J. E. Kieffer, AT2 J. D. majority
Taylor J T3 J. F. Kornegay like to give special recognitionto
Friday, June 27 ; ,
the "Thunderbolt" line
Minside-War of the Satellites ADR3; H. E. Williams, ATAA; crew,

(science fiction) with Susan ::1" .., #A w::f<' ': H. O. Coffey, AE3; R. E. Bickle, headed by Ensign Mel King,
chief Landers and Baker
Cabot and Dick Miller. AE3; G. Markoja, AMSAN, andR. Roy ,

NATTCenter Hellship Mu- E. Mader ADI. ADI.
b& Newcomers to VA-176 include
:
b
Another VW-4 nimrod is beginning -
tiny.Hospital Fred Mrosk, AEM3; Ray Wilson,
Twilight of the _V,,"n'-'oVo" '"' '' '' y"w"..... ", .....,..."._ to "shoot up" the Southern AEM3 L. C. Tarquin, AMS3;
Gods. circuit. W. F. Joyner, AC1, ;
OPEN MOUTH GETS GALLERY Lt. Malcolm Davit, and R. E. Buckles, AMAA.
Saturday, June 28 (left) examines dentures of Joseph Turner, SP2. USA, as returned from the Florida State S
# *
Mainside Title follows. Evelyn Ray. DT2. and Charles Murrell HM2 look on. Mur- Pistol Matches in Tampa last

NATTCenter -, War of the rell a dental student at the U. of Tennessee Dental School, is week, with a first place medalin FasonSixBowlers
Satellites. one of a group now at NAS Jax for two.weeks training. the Expert class. of Fasron Six have

Hospital Hellship Mutiny. Pro-Graduation Training Joyner had a timed fire match been exhibiting a noticeablysmug

Kiddie matinee (Mainside score of 194x200. He recently and confident air lately.

Gun The Man Down (western) finished 14th out' of 130 compet- Reason' is that Fasron is faring

with Jame Arness and Angie Dentists itors in the Atlantic Fleet Rifle well in intramural competition.

Dickson. Monster and the Ape, Ensign IJndergo and Pistol Championships at Members of the bowling team

Chapter 9. Dam Neck, Va. are: Lt (jg) Clause, F. A. Geor-
'
Sunday June 29 Indoctrination To e dano; G. E. Rich; E. P Walker,

Mainside Rawhide Trail NavyA VA.I04The and R. R. Robinson.The .

(western) with Rex Reason and Hell's Archers of VA-104 administration departmentheld

Nancy Gates. Also, Touchland group of young men, Ensigns in the Naval Reserveand welcome aboard D. H. Miller, a party last Friday. Re-

Troubles. dentistry students at the University of Tennessee, are PNC; Kenneth Fehl AO1; Leis freshments and planning were

NATTCenter Title follows.: serving 14 days training in indoctrination into Navy life DeLaoch Jr., AMI; Norman l F" under supervision of Lt (jg)

Hospital War of the Satel at NAS Jax.According ., gan, YN2 Chester Parrish, AE3, Jim Bowden and John Bdwden,

lites. to Capt. Macy G. I PN1.

Monday. June 30 Martin, NAS Jax Senior Dental Fasron Six will miss the effervescent -

Mainside Beautiful But Officer, to whom these men are ,s.k. .r. yeoman, A. M. Pace,

Dangerous (color drama) with assigned, by getting indoctrin- YN2, who is being transferred to

Gina Lollabrigida and Vitorio ated before their graduation, ffi England, July 1.Congratulations.

Gassman. they'll be ready to go to work are in order

NATTCenter-Rawhide Trail. upon entering active duty.In for well-liked J. W. Kafferlin,

Hospital Title follows. addition to attending vari- ADC, who reenlisted June 19 in

Tuesday, July 1 ous kinds of clinics, lectures and the office of Comdr. Phillips,

Mainside Witness for the instruction periods, the young a fi fiir Fasron skipper.

Prosecution (court drama) with men are also learning the use S *

Tyrone Power and Charles of firearms from the Marine ** VAH-1

Laughton. Corps. Heavy Attack Squadron One

NATTCenter Beautiful But Monday of this week was held a party last Saturday at

Dangerous. spent with the Marines on am- the Phythian Center. Chief E. E.

Hospital Rawhide Trail. phibious tactics while a guided "Windy" Winborne and the recreational -

Wednesday June X tour of O & R facilities, Aviation :: committee made the

Mainside Paris Holiday Medicine and VW-4 was party a smashing success for

(color comedy) with Bob Hope taken Tuesday.A ir : ; : ; '. some 260 people.

and Anita Ekberg. Also, Monsterand visit to Cecil Field was on Highlight of the, evening was

the Ape Chapter 10. the Wednesday agenda, with the 1 1"LITTLE the singing of some ballads by

NATTCenter Witness for men inspecting jet aircraft and Comdr. W. D. Spiegel. In the

the Prosecuti n.HospitalBeautiful. visiting various squadrons.In skipper's repertoire was "Daisy"and

But Dangerous August, a similar group is "I Been Workin' On the

i scheduled to come aboard the Railroad."

Station from the University of The squadron joined in by

Small Stores Inventory North Carolina. pm.." ., ."...........-- -_ .". .,, _"n.'X't<'."Y.. .. ,'$ singing Mouse.the" VAH-1 song, "Mickey -

Clothing and Small Stores Issue The the BROTHER" Capt. Peter E. Huth, Fla/Ga
hangman tightened
Navy Recruiting District Medical Officer, (center) and "Big A delicious buffet of fried
Rooms at Mainside (Building knot and asked the condemned Brother" Richard Bond HM1 (second from left) look on while chicken and beer was served.

953) and NATTCenter (Building golfer if he had anything to say "Little Brother". Ronnie Reeble is examined by L! (Jg) Richard Attire for the dance was semiformal -
513) are closed for inventory.Both before being hanged. McKay CAG-17 Medical Officer. If -found physically quail- and music
fied. Reeble will be was suppliedby
young a guest of the Jacksonville
issue will "Yes I'd like to take Boy
rooms reopenon a coupleof
Service Council "Little Brothers" summer vacation outing heldat Bubby Ginright and his five-
or about Tuesday, July 1. practice swings." Camp' O'Suwannee. piece band.



3 June 1958 JAX AIR ,NEWS Page 3
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Scale-Model Tfeptune Is Life-Like Replica NAVYEXCHANGE

t { a I 'LAST OF P2Vs' RETURNS TO vw-41 1 a I


,
The last of the P2Vs was "
believed to have left VW-4 r,: r >, ; MUYVPL -
.Y rf J last November, but D. C. Gal ;::1-", '::;tfi
letta, ADI, turned up last I;) :" : f D The Navy Exchange Retail

week with an exact replicaof i 4 ,:;';' ; the plane of which he was Lr. : be closed all day today for in-

plane captain last hurricane lif: :,>"r ventory.The .
season. ':,< ? Country Store, Building
....... .. .:..:. THE FINELY-detailed "Nep- : > ; 1sird v e ra
With TheToastmasters tune" model was complete with '::,":":"" :. today from 0830 to 1500.

every detail, including side numbers '" {?, ',, 'j c(1.' '::' The Navy Exchange has open-
bureau number and the :: ,' ':..].t". ed the newest of its facilities,
complicated Hurricane Hunter : with a Country Store in Building -
,An executive meeting of the squadron insignia on each side of i'\S" ,'i 517 opening its doors this

MarrNav-Easy 7 ToastmastersClub the cockpit. : week.
was held at Richard Mur- The model was constructedfrom : Hours of operation for this

phy's home last week. a Japanese kit intendedto new store will be 1000 to 1800
r
Members there were Ewrightson be a P2V-7, which Galletta f weekdays and 0900 to 1200 Sat-

Harville Roy Evenson Rob- modified to a P2V-51F. urdays.
ert Gelles Lawrence McLeod The plane's span is 52 inches Items in stock include sport-
Hugh Kenyon and Murphy. and it's 47 inches long. Weightof Ing goods car accessories hardware -

First topic of the evening was the balsam-covered model is hobby items, garden tools,
new members. It seems that after only five pounds and accordingto garden supplies baby furniture,
trying for several monthsto its builder, the total cost was lawn furniture toys records,

recruit new men (results were about $90.POWERED. ,radios record players and beer.
discouraging at first) the club by a pair of John- A Country Store has been in

now has more requests than it son 35 engines the plane is de- operation at Mainside Building
can handle. signed to be a flying scale model. .' r fiana'o J'oDc' 954 for several years. The pop-
is REPLCA OF P2V D. C. Gallelta. AD1, of VW-4 is ular facility will continue to
It's flight controlled by the
Most offers from the E-6 ,
are shown inspecting model of P2V-5JF he constructed. The plane fine
rate. Mar-Navy-Easy 7 has recruited elevators and throttle both of finely-detailed with numbers and all, is an exact replica of the offer Mainside customers
some E-6s but is unableto which are operated from the plane in which Galella served as plane captain last hurricane products and service.Supply .
ground.It season. He worked on the "Neptune" model during his -spare
take them all in at this time.
time for the past seven months and only recently completedthe
will hold enough gas to project. Office
As a Naval officer how would stay aloft from two-and-a-half
you respond? to three minutes. I spare time during a deploymentto week.
Roosevelt Roads.In As the of all the Hurri-
way HonoredOn
This was the problem posed Galletta started- work on the"Neptune" Head
the past he has com-
I year
this
Navy Jax Toa'stmasters at their last November and cane Hunter's P2Vs though
six flying models some of
meeting last Thursday. worked on it during his leisure pleted model will soon depart from the
which no longer fly however. Visit HereNAS
time. Building ,flying models has
Table-topics chairman Gene Galletta was highly confident squadron. Galletta has received
Guazzo placed his fellow mem- become a recent hobby of his. everything would go smoothly orders and will soon be leaving Jax was visited June 17-

bers in the not-too-unusual situ HE AND several buddies during test flight of No. Six this NAS Jax."Exploring. 18 by Rear Admiral J. W. Crum-
ation of attending an air show started constructing them in their packer, commanding officer,
and being asked pointed Aviation Supply Office, Philadel-
tions by a roving radio reporter.ques- Armed Forces members whowish Vacation Bible School Plans phia and Comdr. L. D. Whitcher,
to compete for Air Force Planning Officer of
The point emphasized by Guazzo Systems I
Academy appointments must sub-
was that a Naval officer never mit applications by July 31 for Reveal July 7 Opening DateThe ASO.Rear Adm. Crumpacker met ;
responds with a "No comment"answer preparatory school training. Requests -
with Capt. K. R. Wheeler, NAS
public)
when queried for ihould b? submitted
enlightment.Norm through unit command. All Saint's Protestant God's Wonders". Jax Supply Officer -
Comdr.A. .
Chapel has announced plansfor ;
Frees introduced the
Vacation In preparation for a large en- J. Kennedy'
this year's daily
evenings speakers. Ted Payne there will be divis-
rollment a Staff Supply;;
Bible School.
advised toastmasters to "SellYourself" Credit UnionAuctioning ion of five departments.The Officer, Com-,
will meet daily at
and Caroll Smith regarded The School
the nation's space pro- CarThe the Protestant Activity and Sun- Nursery group ages three Fair Jax ;]
and four will "God'sBig Comdr G. E.]
gram a "Two Billion Dollar Ad- day School Building No. 722 years study ..
Federal Cre-
Jax Navy July 7-18 from 0830 until 1130. World"; the Beginners four Hauge Supply; ,
venture. dit Union has for sale to the and five and those who will and Fiscal Of-:: .'.
'
highest bidder a 1957 Mon- A high point of the year'sProtestant enter the first grade have as ficer, NAS Key
Ben Ballering toastmastered a terey Phaeton with extras including religious program the their study "God's Word and West; Comdr.
lively session of Navy Civilian Bible School offers a rich -- -
op- ----
radio Mercomatic
God's World"; the Primary Department G. C. Nelson,
Toastmasters Tuesday evening at portunity for Christian nurture I Admiral
heater and foam rubber cush- those who have com- Supply and
Karl Hellehthal's Restaurant. and growth through Bible study Crumpacker
ions. pleted grades one through three Fiscal Officer, NAS Glynco;
Theme for the program was The car may be seen at games singing handicraft and will study "God's Family"; Juniors Lcdr. M. L. Beall Supply Offi-

in the religious vein. Speakers the rear of the Credit Union worship.In those who have completed cer, NAS Sanford and Lt. A. E.

were Don Moran who elucidatedon Building 39. keeping with the Interna- grades four, five and six, are Kollios, Supply Officer NAAS
"Rules and Regulations"; Sealed bids will be acceptedat tional Geophysical Year explorations having a course titled "The Mayport.

Walt Stanul "Where To From the Credit Union office.Bids in which 70 nations are Christian's Time and Talents"; Discussions were also held

Here"; Rod Pinney "Just Plain will close 1500 next Monday, combining scientific studies on the and the Intermediates from with Capt. J. H. Smith Jr.,

Religion" and Bill Clearman June 30. earth seas and atmosphere, .eighth grade up, will explore Comdr. L. A. Hopkins, C. E. Field
"Wasting God's Given Strength." theme of the Bible School is "Answering the'Why's of Young and other O & R Department

People." personnel.Adm. .

Advance enrollment is already Crumpacker was honored -
underway for those in the All with a luncheon June 18 in
Saints' Sunday School. All other; the Smith Room at the civilian

interested persons may registerat cafeteria.In .
Building 722 Wednesday afternoon -' addition to those already

1 LLIi July 2 between the hoursof mentioned, others at the lunch-

1300 and 1600. : eon included Capt. P. J. Burr,

Any parents or interested persons : Director, Maintenance Division,
: who wish to assist in the I BuAer; Capt. J. Shoenhair Acting -
Vacation Bible School as O & R Officer NAS Pcnsa-

ers or helpers are teach-I cola; Comdr. Covell Jr., Comrlr.

contact Mrs. Anne ,. J. L. Delancy; Lcdr. B. E. Smith
EV-8-4012 or Chaplain E. M. F. Ray Forrest J. E. Colvin H.

;i k !kL4i* Reagan Jr., NATTCenter at extension B. Steen, C. P. Reitcr G. L. King,
;f; 4 I 8479. F. C. Barnes G. W. Dwelle E.

T. Forrest and A. C. Morrell of
NAS Jax Supply Dept. and W.
Coley Davis Named Top A. Stanul, NAS Jax O & R.

Graduate At AO SchoolPfc. Highlight of the luncheon was

=: : Coley Davis Jr., of Ab- presentation of a large cake,
:2c1 baked and decorated by the
jeville, Ala., grabbed top honorsin
civilian
cafeteria staff in honorof
last wee k's graduation at
Adm. .
I CNATECHTRA VISITS NATTCENTER R>;; Admiral Filihugh'Lrlht; ( ) recently assigned ; 4.W Aviation Ordnancemen School a brief Crumpacker.In address, Adm. Crum-
: as Chief of Naval Air Technical Training,made a visit to NATTCenter last Friday, stop- Class A at NATTCenter. packer said that budget restric-
ping at the many facilities and schools on his tour. Catching the Amiral's eye'was a display be- Coley who entered the Marine tions
ing made by Graphic Art Shop employee, Barbara Sheppard, (left). Accompanying Admiral Lee over, the past several years
onthe, visit were, (left to right) Lt. Clinton MacDonald, aide; Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., com- Corps in June 1857 is still un- had placed considerable emphasis -
manding officer of NATTCenter, and Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman, NATTCenter executive officer. assigned. on operating efficiency.Z6 .



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I' "..: :\i f" ," Up The

. I Vice Adm. Brown Visits VF31Taking I

For Rent LADDER

5-Rm House. 2570 Summit St.
$55 Mo. EV 8-1616. Egan. a rare break from month cruise aboard either the is much more complex thanit With CiviliansOn

4-Rm. Furn. Apt. 2854 Corin- his fast-moving routine as Saratoga or' the Lexington", was for the F3B and F4B.A .
thian Ave. $50 Mo. EV 84235.: head of the U. S. Sixth Fleet, mused Adm. Brown. "Cruises gunnery record that still the promotion roster ef-i
Miller. Vice Admiral Charles R. "Cat" weren't as long then as they stands was set by Adm. Brown fective recently were 34 em-

3-Rm. Furn. Apt. 4162 Oxford Brown revisited an old squadron are now." when he fired sixty shots at ployees, 20 from Overhaul and

Ave. $48 Mo. EV 9-5068. Moore. of his, Fighter Squadron His first words were about a towed sleeve and puncturedit Repair Department, seven from
3-Bdrm. Unfurn. Home. 4106 31, which he knew as VF-1B, the squadron insignia, which 120 times. Supply, four from Miscellaneous -
Rendale Drive. Avail. July 1. now deployed with CAG-3. has an ancestry back to 1926. After goodbyes to the and three from Area Audit
EV 9-8264. Sutherland. During his short stay with Adm. Brown commented that squadron and accepting a Office.

Small Furn. Apt. 4633 Wheeler VF-31 aboard |the Saratoga, Felix hadn't changed much in modern squadron patch from Promoted at O&R were Leslie

Ave. $50 Mo. EV 9-4275. Groves. Adm. Brown recalled many this time. Comdr. J. E. Tefft, VF-31 Anderson, Sup v y. Production
Lg. 1-Bdrm. Apt. Kit. equip., items about himself and his As a young lieutenant, Adm. skipper, he was hustled intoa Process Specialist (Aircraft En-

ven. blinds, newly dec., tile bath, former "Felix) the Cat" squad- Brown held jobs with VF1Bas waiting helicopter and gines), GS-11 to Supvy. Produc-
fireplace. Unfurn. $65; Furn., $75. ron.VF1B Maintenance, Material and whisked off to continue his tion Control Specialist (Air-
2864 Olga Pl., EV 7-2339. Mrs. was based aboard Ordnance officers.He job as the hand that carries craft), GS-12; Daniel Baffari,
Carswell. the old "Sara" in 1932. "Oncea noted that the task of the "big stick" for the US in Aircraft Metal Fabricator, 3rd

2-Furn. Bdrms. 4740 ArapahoeAve. year we'd.take. a three- keeping the "Demon" flying the Mediterranean. Step to Metalsmith (Aviation),

EV 9-8129. Brooks. 1st Step; Bert Bibby, Aircraft

New Unfurn. Gar. Apt. 5039 I. ,' .1 w'br 40RM ''IIr S Metal Fabricator 3rd Step to
Palmer Ave. EV 9-0540. Metalsmith ( Aviation i ), 3rd
'ResponsibilityPay'
3-Rm. Furn. Apt. 1517 Oak Step; James Brown, Production
(5-Pts.). $65 Mo. or $16.50 Wk. Method and Standards Specialist -
Apply 712 Lomax. EL 5-5734. To Give ; ; 4 Gs-7 to Same, GS-9; Michael

Lorraine. Chimarys, Aircraft Metal Fab-

2-Bdrm. Unfurn guest house. Huge Boosts ; ricator, 3rd Step to Metalsmith
2920 Harvard Ave. EV 9-3958. (Aviation) 1st Step; Raymond

\pow. "Responsibility pay," under Costantino, Aircraft Metal Fab-

For Sale t the new pay law, could add J /, ricator, 3rd Step to Metalsmith
3-Bdrm. Home. 7317 Ortega income sufficient to give a Navy (Aviation), 1st Step Owen
Hills Dr. GI .loan. EV 8-5230. De- captain or Army colonel closeto : Cribb, Aircraft Metal Fabricator,

Ment. $18,000 a year, reported Navy 3rd Step to Metalsmith (Avia-
3-Bdrm. House. 7318 Ortega Times. tion), 1st Step; George Derrick,

Hills Dr. FHA loan. EV 8-5696. Under Public Law 422, responsibility Production Methods and Standards -

Comdr. Mitchell. pay can go to four Specialist, GS-7 to Same,
4-Bdrm. Home. 7356 Green- grades of officers on these GS-9.

way Dr. 1U-baths. EV 7-1595. monthly scales: 0-6, $150; 0-5, Also Frank Downing, Aircraft
$74 Mo. Wagner. 0-4 Metal Fabricator, 3rd Step to
$100; and 0-3, $50. It can be
Miscellaneous paid to officers holding jobs of Metalsmith (Aviation), 1st Step;
Wanted: Desire to pay for unusual responsibility and of a Wilbur Johnson, Supvy. Produc-
ride or share car pool from critical nature. tion Process Specialist (Air-

Murray Hill-Lake Shore area. Curiously enough, 0-6 and 0-5 craft), GS-11 to Supvy. Produc-
Hrs. 0800-1600. Short, JOl.! Ext- getting responsibilty would L ItU ., 'I:4w.\ : ............<<...: :; 1;,. wh.. ..,._...<_"" .. : ,.,..o;;:....:@$;:, M,:..$i"a": + tion Control Specialist (Air-
pay
"GOOD CHOW" JUDGES Members of the Ney Awards Air-
592/8564. about craft), GS-12; Carl Jones,
what Defense
earn just
Committee inspect preparation of meat in the USS Franklin D.
t asked for them in the pay' pack- Roosevelt butcher shop. The group inspected the ship's generalmess craft Metal Fabricator, 3rd Stepto
age it originally sent to Congressin in its drive to select the first All-Navy Food Contest win- Metalsmith (Aviation), 1st;
DIAPER January. ners. Left to right are, Joseph Nye, Director of Dormitory and Step; William Lundy, Aircraft
I Dining Service at Columba! U.: Max Jager of Brady Food Metal Fabricator, 3rd Step to
These were the only two pay Service; William DeHaan, of the Executive Stewards and Cater. Aviaiton 1st Step
Metalsmith ( ), ;
DOINGSThe grades Congress cut well below ers Association: Comdr. John Herron, of the committee A. K.
what Defense recommended. Pease, CS2: Lcdr. Ray Ewing. of the committee, and Henry Louis Markle, Aircraft Metal
clock struck 12 at the Betz SN.TDR'. Fabricator, 3rd Step to Metal-
Naval Hospital with an even Responsibility_ pay will probably smith (Aviation), 1st Step; Win-
dozen babies born there last go into effect eventuallybut ifred Medvetz, Clerk-Typist, GS2 -
week. it will be quite some time Places In Finals Of to Clerk-Stenographer, GS-3;
before it does. The authority is Metal
Aircraft
Boy, Gary Robert, to Robert Monroe Myers,
Swanson, AE1, and Mrs. Swan- permissive. 'Finest Navy Chow' ContestThe Fabricator, 3rd Step to Metal-
son, June 9; Boy, Stephen Dale, Defense was against it from smith (Aviation), 1st Step and
to Henry Castillo, FN, and Mrs. the beginning and is not now George Pangle, Guard, GS-3 to
Castillo, June 9 Girl happy about it. USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, CVA-42, persently Metalsmith (Aviation) 1st Step;
; Nancy
andergoing Repairs at the New York Naval Shipyard, was Produc-
Strickland Supvy.
Ira ,
Ann, to Gerald Gibbon AEC
,
recently selected as one of six finalists in the first official I tion Process Specialist (Air-
and Mrs. Gibbon, June 9 Boy
; ,
Wife: "I want to play make All-Navy? food contest.
Edward Lee, to Marvin Martin, up a game". craft), GS-11 to Supvy. Produc-
CS2, and Mrs. Martin, June 9, Selection; of the finalists was THE FDR HAS undergone her tion Control Specialist (Aircraft)
Husband: "Okay, let's play Swett
and Boy, Anthony Craig, to Sgt. made from outstanding fleet and final contest evaluation by a GS-12 Rufus Aircraft
store. I'll be the boss and you
and Mrs. Antiberto Garcia, June shore-based committee, representing the Navy Metal Fabricator; 3rd Step to
messes.
10. shut up for the night. and the 1958 Ney Awards spon- Metalsmtih (Aviation), 1st Step;
,
Wirth, Engineering
Also, Girl, Sherry Sue, to S/ { A Raymond
sors.The Draftsman (Gen.), GS-4 to
Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest Winslow, committee making the
GS-5 Paul Wisul, Aircraft -
June 12; Boy, Brian Keith, to tests is composed of: Phillip Same, ;
Roger Wright, AEAN, and Mrs. Ikw ; Connelly, President of the Exe- I Metal Fabricator 3rd Stepto
Metalsmith (Aviation), 1st
Wright, June 12 Boy, Gary : cutive Stewards and Caterers
Wayne, to Jefferson Hamby, Association; William i i DeHaan, Step.
HM1, and Mrs. Hamby, June President, West Michigan Branch, Advanced at Supply l were
12; Boy, Edward Brooks III, to Executive Stewards and Caterers Paul Crisp, Warehouseman, 3rd
Edward Clark, AM3, and Mrs. Association; Comdr. John Her- Step to Crater and Packer, 3rd

Clark, June 13, and Girl, Pat- ron; Comdr. Leslie Bond, and Step; Dagny Gignac, Clerk-Typ-
ricia Mary, to Comdr. and Mrs. Lcdr. Ray Ewing.In ist, GS-2 to Same, GS-3; Simon -
Joseph Schmedes, June 14. Hash, Warehouseman, 2nd
addition to the Roosevelt
to Stockman, 1st Step Car-
And, Girl, Tracey, to Anthony other finalists are: USS Finch- Step ;
Punch
Card Operator -
Perkins
rie
Wolske A03 and Mrs. ,
Wolske
,
der-328 CruDes, Pacific; USS GS-2 to Same, GS-3; El-
,
June 14, and Girl, Janice Ann,
to John Danes, FT2, and Mrs. { Rigel (AF-58)), ServLant; Naval bert Pullum, Stock Control

Danes, June 14. z: Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Clerk, GS-3 to Warehouseman,

Naval Station, Tongue Point, 2nd Step; Russell Rice, Supvy.
'. .:.,': Astoria and Stock Cnotrol Clerk, GS-3 to
Ballistic Missile Sub Ore., Fleet Air Defense -
4:} ..sy
i Squadron Is FormedA Training Center, Dam Warehouseman, 3rd Step; and

staff for the Navy's first Neck, Va. Perry Tucker, Stock Control

Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine .. ONE WINNER and runner-up Clerk, GS-2 to* Supvy. Stock

Squadron will be established I will be selected from fleet and Control Clerk, GS-3.

, July 1, the Department of Defense .." also shore-based messes. Promotions' in Area Audit
has announced.
The Ney Memorial Awards Office were Roy Algood, Audi-
Designated Submarine Squadron :\ \.,. were established this year to tor, GS-9 to Supervisory Audi-
14,the unit will be assigned '
)
! to the Atlantic Fleet Submarine t j recognize outstanding accomp- tor, GS-11; Claude Lynch, Auditor -
In : lishment in the (Industrial Cost) GS-9 to
Force to develop operational EXPERIENCE CONGRATULATES- -YOUTH-Jarrell Wood. preparation and ,

plans for use when ballistic mis- ADI (left) shakes hands with Barrie Sheridon. CS3 who shipped service of food in Navy general Supvy. Auditor (Industrial Cost),

sile subs join the fleet. over for his first six-year reenlistment last week. Wood messes. GS-11, and Ralph Thompson,
a 17-year Navy veteran, signed over at the same time for his
Capt. N. G. Ward will be Winning Auditor GS-9 to
final tour "Woody" was doubly enthusiastic at the ceremoniesas messes are expectedto Supervisory
squadron commander. he recently learned he'd be advanced to chief Nov. 16. be announced shortly. 'Auditor, GS11.I ,




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26 June 1958 AIR NEWS Pay 5I'




..fJfTiiI Splash Meet Slated At I




Mainside Pool Today



The annual Mainside Swimming Meet, a one-shot affair

with points going toward the Ironman Trophy for the first I

half of 1958, takes place today (Thursday)) at 1500 at the

Mainside pool, behind Building Three.

flj h: Eight teams had filed entriesas director on two weeks active
i Officials
I of Monday night.
duty here, acting as head judge.
expected a dozen units to meet
TEAMS ENTERED at close of
the qualifying deadline of yes-
business Monday were: NAS

terday afternoon. Dispensary, VAH-1, the 679th
LCDR. W. H. Murphy, NAS
Air Force, NAS Operations, Fas-
Jax Special Services Officer, is
ron Six, VP-18, and FAETU.
meet chairman, assisted by Stan-
Swimmers will compete in the
ley Sommers, AMC.
400-meter freestyle, a new dis-
Officials of the City Recreation
tance on the card this year, they
Department will help run the
50-meter backstroke, 50-meter
event. Chuck Rogers will serveas
freestyle, 50-meter breastroke,
starter with announcing duties
200-meter individual medley,
1 ." ,r _.: handled by Nathan Mallison. 200-meter medley relay and the

MARINE CORPS HOT SHOTS The Marine Aviation Detachment pistol team which won Other department officials in- 200-meter freestyle relay.In .
many honors In the Florida State Pistol Championship Tourney last week is congratulated upon clude: Bill Stott, Frank Drayton, the
Us return by Maj. Harry B. Stuckey commandmT officer of the Detachmnt.: Left to right are, Jim Dickson and Jay Saucer, diving competition,
M/Sgt. Horace Abney M/Sgt. Harry Burlin. S/Sgt. Ernest Upton Maj. Stuckey Capt. Robert athleticjAXAiR' three-meter board will be in
Rosecrans, T/Sgt. Norman Renfro and S/Sgt. Stanley Lueck. with Rollfc Rourke, JU use with one dive, the forward,

along with five optional
required
H. .. ; .
.
NARTU Golfers yq
dives.
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Advance On Idle \ }.CDADTQ i three events, exclusive of the

I relays. Two men from each unit
1. What was the last year that ; in each event.
L1VEWS;: : may compete
a Dodger team finished in last Cane HuntersVW4 :.. : / : .ULUIIUSOFTBALL. Trophies will be presented

place in the National League? ," ".. '...',<0: ,.<'.;" ". .: .. first and second place teams and
>,, \ .
continued to lead the + ,' .
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2. Who is the American League members of the winning squad.
Mainside intramural golf field
first baseman that can break the Persons taking first three placesin
all-time endurance record for with NARTU's Jinksters nipping each event will receive med-
YOFF
closely at the heels of the Cane PLA
that position? als.
Hunters following competitionlast
3. What fight drew the largest week. Other meet officials include:

crowd? TO END FRIDA Y D. R. Parise, J. R. Thomas, Ro-
The leaders action
4. Who holds the average speed saw no bert Bean, Ken Meadows, John

record for the Indianapolis while NARTU. was belting VA- Supply took all the bacon in National League competition Bidmead, Mrs. Peg Sommers, C.
15 612 FAW-11
improvedits
and VAH-1 in the American V. Dyer, G. W. Phillips, G. S.
Speedway 500 mile race? third with with VP-18 sharing top spot
place standing a
Walsh and D. W. Bukowski.Braves' .
5. Who were the only US entrants 5-4 victory over VAH-1. League as Mainside intramural softball loops ended' regular

to win season play June 13.
gold medals in the
Hospital downed FAWTU, 8%-
1956 Winter Olympic Games? In playoffs. for the right to VA-104 109.
%, then fell before the swingsof quored Tepee
(Answers to Sports Quiz) the 679th Air Force, 6-3. meet the NATTCenter championfor Playoffs were expected to end
the All-Station title, Sup- week. The Aviatior
this
1t6pQtY{ Jeruej pua'iS6I sUI'U8t[ Administration surprised VP- late Boasts PlentyBaseball
and NARTU edged
VP-18
ply, nine has
Fundamentals already
nary HaH SJela'ls( ln5u''S 18, 6-2, VAH-1 defeated VW-4 '
uj 109' n 10 paedi e6vJ9AB No.2, 62%, and Operations into early leads. claimed the NATTCenter intra- FareA
UB IN ITS LONE playoff tilt to mural flag and will face the
tjrfM
IUVH was j trimmed lowly FAWTU, 6V42 -
date, Supply eked out a 2-1 de- Mainside playoff champion in
'Ust UI rcrseieousijue 1A8.tp 'e'J %. full schedule is on tap for
cision over VAP-62 while VP-18 the near future.
ou INJM. lJ1I1111 dIvga In other matches, FAETU nip- the Jacksonville Baseball Park
VA-104 7-2, and NAR- .
overran Final Regular Siandings.NATIONAL
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"a
!AV 'ee'tnvMITH uj noq ped Operations, 5-4, VP-18 wal- TU handed VAH-1 a 7-5 set- next week with the Jax Braves,

.Io.ud: !ma.el1lz duos eqL 'C loped VA-15, 9-0, and VW-4 No. back. Team W L Pet. local Sally League entry, play-
Supply 10 0 1.000
.DOIl 2 slipped past F \ETU, 4&-3&. Medical 9 1 .900 ing hosts to the Macon Dodgersand
.11.118 euj xq Kaapeg: eajsr Aq VAP-62 copped three wins hospital 7 I .700 Augusta Tigers.

las peiBjd sauivS IBJOJ 89C'Z mva while dropping a single game in V -62F IS 4 :.700.600 The Dodgers move in for a
I
.Ianaq UOUJ9A.A. G:PNj: NAWS School Golfing the most ambitious playoff VA-44 4 IS'1 .400.300 four-game stand beginning Mon-

'S06I '1 Missile Paces IM Loop I schedule of last week. CmFair Operations Jax 3 3 7 1 .300.300 day night. Macon and Jacksonville -

Action in the NATTCenter Intramural The photo outfit defeated Marine 2 8 .200 are waging a battle for

VW-4 golf play last week FAETU, 9-4, edged Medical, 10- Bks. AMERICAN .200 third place.
ComFair
found the Missilemen of Naval 9, and scored a 10-4 triumph VP 81 9 2 2 .818.818 The Augusta club, always a

Air Weapons Systems School aver the 679th Air Force. VA.I04 8 3 .727 tough nut for the Braves to
3 .727
Bowlers Reach take over the top spot, and are MEDICAL upended Hospital, FAETU NARTU 8 7 4 .636 crack, comes here for games

being hard pressed by the Sup- 10-2, and also trimmed the 679- VU.I0 Furon SIx 7 6 4 II .636.545 July 4-6.

Mainside FinalsVW4 port Splinters, down two pointsin th, 11-1. VAH-1 trounced FAE Fa VF.17:1 ron 109 5 3 IS 8 .455.273 All night games begin at 2000

the lost column. TU, 17-4, and the 679th con- MARTD 3 8 .273 with Sunday tilts getting under-

ComFair Jax, Disburs- VF-FAW.l1>2 0 1 11 10 .000.091 way at 1500. The July 4 contest

ing and Hospital survived handi- will be a night fray.s

cap bowling competition and the

quartet is engaged in scratch Marine Pistolmen

rolling this week ,Mainside
as
intramural bowling play nears Top State MeetA Mayers, Pacing

the end. six-man pistol team from
Mixed BowlingBy
The Cane Hunters and Com the Marine Aviation Detach-

Fair Jax: were scheduled to face I ment headed by Capt. Robert virtue of an 1163 pin-

Tuesday night with winner fav- s Rosecrans, entered the Florida fall, Steve and Rose Mayer

ored to capture the'honor of fac- State Pistol Championships in took over the top spot in
.
ing NAWS School in the All- Tampa, June 14-15. the NATTCenter Mixed Dou-

Station championship fray next ::: After firing subsided, the local bles Bowling League. Bow-
_
Monday night. \. : !, team had captured many honors, ling from scratch, Steve and

ComFair Jax and VW-4 earn- .. including first place in the team I Rose had a 959 series.

ed victories in first round of sharpshooter class. Mary Ann Warbington and

scratch play over Hospital and In all, 69 awards were capturedby Bill Kitchell rolled a 911

Disbursing, respectively. the Marines. Individually, scratch, added with a 255

Ralph Tice led VW-4 bowlers T/Sgt. Norman Renfro, who won handicap to give them an

through handicap play, posting a 21 awards, garnered first placein 1166, and taking over second

high average of 185 and high ;v. Marksman competition. S/Sgt. place honors.

series mark of 667. Stanley Lucek won top honorsfor Top shooters for the week

Comdr. Walt Heison of the unclassified shooters. were Frank and Chris Lee

who had a score of J170, but
Hospital scored an impressive Also participating in the
651 series. matches were M/Sgt. Horace failed to move into the top

.. Abney, M/Sgt. Harry Burlin and ten.

"It's not so much the workI CONNECTS -----------------------------1 S/Sgt. Ernest Upton.

enjoy said the cab driver, jax pitcher, connects ,
"but the people I run into." night's Crackerjax-Boy Scouts softball game at the Hospital : "Can you tell me the name Girls don't really live until
diamond. A good crowd witnessed the annual affair, won by and dis-
of this college, young man? they begin to grow up
Waves, 50. The lassies half in the Women's
the second
begin play for
in stores
the "Sorry, I only play football cover what life has
Marriage-
Daffynishuns: City League this week. Scouts in Friday's game were ,
first union to defy management. from NAS Jax-sponsored Troop 131. here. Lhem.JAX .



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For Expectant Mothers ti ;


t More changes are due for the Dependents Medical Care I'

I Act with announcement that some free drugs provided :
under the Medicare
It l expectant mothers by civilian physicians
1 program will be withdrawn next: month (July 1.) ..x } y

Since passage of the MedicareAct
prescribing physicians have ing maternity care from civilian t y'' :: h
\
been permitted to bill the gov- sources have benefited from

ernment for drugs dispensedfrom thepolicy/ and they may con- dl
tinue to obtain medication from
their own stocks or furnished -
by a civilian pharmacy. military facilities upon prescription -
from a civilian doctor.
Pentagon claims only a small ,
percentage of dependents receiv- The policy of furnishing drugs
for those who are hospitalizedunder

Medicare remains un-

changed.In .
O
making the announcement,
Pentagon said maternity patientswill

have to pay for orally ad- VETERAN EMPLOYEES HONORED-Capt. Ira N. Curtis,

SALTY HLINOR FROM ministered drugs prescribedthem HAS Jax Public Works Officer, presented 20-year Federal service -
by civilian physicians par- pins to eight employees of Public Works Department in
HERE AND 'THERE ticipating in Medicare. ceremonies last week. Left to right, are, George Baughman, NO FREE MAIL
George MacKenzie, Capt. Curtis, Paul Johnson, Jacob Teate,
The kingly lion was strutting Doctors may continue to fur- Jr., and Leolin Dickey. Absent were Clyde Kinkle, Guy Leon- FOR SERVICESNo
nish certain types of drugs to ard Jr., and Russsll Benedict.
through the jungle when he free mailing privileges
mothers those ad-
came upon a tiny ant. expectant Eight Boast 20 Years' Service fpr servicemen overseas was
ministered "parenterally"-pro-
"Ho, ho, why don't you grow vided the drugs are necessaryand included in the postal rate
and be and like increase bill and the
up big strong Congress
directly related to the con-
?" roared the lion Service Pins Awarded President
me ,scaring dition for which authorized care approved recently.
the little ant off into the under- and treatment are being fur- This means men overseas

brush.A nished. won't get free mailing privi-

short way down the path, Veteran PW leges after all.
the king of beasts came upon Duffers Par On Carrier EmployeesEight The Senate had originallyput

another tiny ant. Refueling gangs aboard the in a clause providing free

"Ho, ho, why don't you grow carrier Tarawa have developed veteran employees of NAS 'Jax Public Works Department firstclass mail for servicemenwith
up and be big and strong like were presented 20-year service pins by Capt. Ira an APO or FPO number -
me?" roared the lion. a unique way of heaving shot- N. Curtis, Public Works Officer, in ceremonies last week. But in writing final ver-

'"Gosh, man," said the ant, lines. Recipients were Russell Bene- sion of the measure, House
"I've been sick.. Golfers aboard the ship attach dict, of Maintenance Division, in the near future. and Senate leaders struck out
with nine military duty Certificates for 15
the shot-line to a golf ball years years serv-
and 12 years at NAS Jax; Leo- ice were awarded three Public the clause.
Daflynishuns: Alcatraz The on a tee and drive it to the refueling -
lin Dickey, Utilities Division, Works division heads for faith-
with life-time
pen a guarantee.
vessel. (AFPS) four years Army service and ful service at NAS Jax.
*
\Qlh years at Public Works; and THEy ARE Robert Barth, New Supers
,
Daffynishuns: Cannibal one O'+r'+Mf'S Ttl 1Ifltgf IrlMN
George MacKenzie of Maintenance Director of Design Division Eu-
who loves his fellow man-with &$& *' 2 JV*. Control, 16 years at NAS gene Griffin, Master Mechanic; (Continued from Page 1))

gravy. **?* "**&** Jax with four of "most outstanding" based on
W' M.Wi coupled years Maintenance Division, and Frank are
.
Navy duty. McKinley, Director Maintenance leadership, technical knowledgeand
The cub reporter was told to I f ALSO, GEORGE Baughman, Control Division. demonstrated performanceof

cut his story to the bare essen- Maintenance Control, seven yearsof Some 175 pins and service .duty.

tial. So his' next one came out military duty and 13 years awards were also given to vari- TO BE ELIGIBLE for the Au-

this way: civil service; Paul Johnson, ous division directors for pre- gust and February exams for

"John Smith looked up the Maintenance Control, 17 years at sentation to employees on the advancement to E-8, petty officers -
elevator shaft to see if the car NAS Jax and threeandahalfyears division level. must:

was coming down. It was. Age military service Clyde The divisions and their headsare Be serving in a permanent

45." Kinkle, five years military and : Maintenance, Griffin; appointment to pay grade E-7.
151& years civil service; Guy Transportation, W. A. Dauphin;
Have four in grade
You know what one stockingsaid Leonard Jr., 17 years at NAS Utilities, Claude Madrin; Main- years
total naval service
and 11 ,
to the other stocking? Jax along with three years in tenance Control, McKinley; De- years
of which eight must be enlisted -
"So long, I gotta run!" the Army, and Jacob Teate Jr., sign, R. D. Goedert, and Admini- service.To years

Utilities Division, seven years strative, J. H. Lee.
military and 14 years civilian. compete for promotion to
Client: "I'll give you a hundred Leonard and Kinkle are retiring E-9 in the tests, permanent E-7s

dollars" to do my worryingfor from government -service must be in grade six years and
me. Navy Bares Sole have 13 years total naval serv-

hundred Lawyer:dollars"Great"! Where's the N. H. Deadline For To Fatigued FeetA ice, 10 of which are enlisted.

? Navy-adopted rub be r- THE NAVY said personnel selected -
Client: "That's your first Bonuses, July 1 impregnated leather sole will for E-8 through the Au-
"
worry. New Hampshire veterans who give sailors 50 per cent more gust examinations may be rec-
Jnileage from their 'liberty ommended to compete for E-9
served either in WWII or the
The lady of the house ;was Korean conflict have only until shoes. in February, provided such can-
showing the new maid about didates have combined E-7 and
July 1 to file bonus claims. Perfected by the US Bur-
the premises. As they walked The bonus. is payable at $10 eau of Standards in coopera- E-8 service of at least six years

into the dining room, she said, per month (up to $100 maxi- tion with the Navy, the im- and 13 years total service.

"This dining room table goes mum) for service between Dec. proved shoe is expected'to The first CPOs named for su--

back to Louis, the fourteenth." -- ,__ 7, 1941 and Dec. 31, 1946, or bring substantial savings in pergrade advancements will be

"That's nothin'," interruptedthe WADING GAME-Sue Pad- June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953. cost and repairs. selected by a board convening
maid, "my whole living room way; all decked out in her new For application, contact the The new footgear was about Sept. 16, according to Bu-
set goes back to Sears the 13th." swim suit, checks the surf at Adjustant General of New wear-tested for three years. Pers Instruction 1430.11.
Miami Beach before
taking a
plunge. Hampshire, Concord, N. H. Final determinations for, the

Daffynishuns: Suicide blonde new| grades will be made on the
-Dyed by her own hands. basis of: ((1)) marks achieved on
J I Vets' Insurance Conversion Bill LoomsA l I i the technical and military portions -

The explorer was telling the of the competitive examin-
I I
gathering of his remarkable ations ((2)) past record -of per-
bill to allow Korea veteransto Any hearings, it was suggested eligible.. ;
ability in hunting big game. convert their special term would be' brief as both the No veteran will be able to get formance established throughservice1

"On one occasion," h | rumbled, life insurance to permanent planis Budget Bureau and Veterans more insurance under the new jackets; ((3)) a special

"I suddenly came face to face being reviewed by the Senate Administration had endorsed the program than he now holds as evaluation sheet to be submittedon
with an enormous lion. I had Finance Committee after clear- plan.If term insurance.The each candidate; and ((4)) con-
never seen such a huge beast. veteran will have three sideration of the grade obtainedon
ing the House last week.
the bill does become law,
the section of the test -
He was only a few feet from options to convert his present covering
At the time the bill was sent veterans of the Korean conflict "comprehension and reasoning -
me. term policy. He may maintainhis I
to the Senate's money committee who have kept up their five- I "
"He roared; I fired; I hit him Congressional sources said year term policies will be ableto present policy as it is, or ability.
right between the yours." convert to one of the six per- 1 The selections should be com-
six
there was a good chance the Finance convert into any one of
"Yours. What's yours?" asked policies. manent types to be offered, or pleted about Oct. 16, the Navy
permanent
one of the listeners. group would send the bill exchange his policy for a new said, and successful candidates

Said the explorer: "I'll havea quickly to the Senate floor, according Veterans who dropped their limited convertible term plan notified in time for advancementon

whisky and soda." to Navy Times. policies, however, will not be with lower premiums. Nov. 16.