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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: July 3, 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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1 Though Shy Of Goal, Relief Drive Deemed SuccessAlthough



the fund raising fiscal 1959 budget of the Jax mands with a whopping 135. Cove Springs and AS Glynco, Ga., $3048,

drive for the Jacksonville Auxiliary of Navy Relief and percent contribution. The Group Reserve Fleet at %; NAS Jax, $2217, (in-
predicated on a "fair share" Cove Springs, 101% of a $235 from private in-
of the Relief
Auxiliary Navy Georgia base had as its mone-
contribution of $1.00 per military bined goal of $2098, wit i and business firms),
Society, conducted during the tary goal $2200, and came up NATTCenter $2750
person assigned to each $2112 collected; NAAS %; ,
period May 4 to June 6, did participating command.PARTICIPATING with a total collection of port, 101%, acquiring $411 %; Naval Station Green
not reach its goal, it was still $3048.
Florida
a goal of $403.INCLUDED v c Springs and
in the
considered a success with Other commands which Reserve Fleet, $2112,
$16,650 in the till at the latest drive were military personnelof IN THE
reached exceeded 100 NAAS Mayport, $411,
or per- %;
count 12 commands in the Jack- figure is $235 from
cent of their established' %; Naval Hospital, .$295,
sonville Civilians
zone. and individuals and business
Shy of the established goalof monetary goals were N A S ; NAS Cecil Field, $427,
friends
of the Navy were also in the City of Jacksonville.
$25,000, the campaign was given an opportunity to con- Jax, which reached 124%, collecting ; ComFairJax, $2902,
still some 150% better than tribute. $1727 with a goal of Following is a ; NAS Sanford, $1500,
last year when only $6611 was $1538; NATTCenter, 101%, by participating ; Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
realized. The goal of $25,000was NAS Glynco,.>Ga. stole hon- collecting $2750 on a $2707 with amount contributed 60%; and NARTU, $111,
based on the tentative ors among participating com- goal; Naval Station Green percentage of monetary : ..



I VP-16 Ends




I FiveMonthDeployment J11X



fl ,
Patrol Squadron 16 returned --

to its NAS Jax-based home I Vol. 16 No..9 I IM U. S. N. A. S Jacksonville. Florida 3 July 1958
last weekend after five -----

months deployment in Iceland

and Port Lyautcy, Morocco.The Judges For

Iceland planes and crews

followed were the first by those to touch from Jax Port soil, Jax Area 5)N' TrialsJudges


Lyautey. have been the Fifth Annual All-
COMDR E. B. Abrams is commanding Navy Talent Show to be held at NAS Jax

officer of VP-16. Of- July 11. _ _ _
ficer-in-charge of DetachmentAlfa ON THE PANEL of

which was at Port Lyautey, I will be Virginia Atter,
known WMBR-TV CLASSIFIEDS
was Comdr. J. W. Clark.
who has been a judge in I
During the five-mpnth stay previous Jax trials; Rusty E BACK PAY

away from the States, VP-16 accomplished ton of WFGA-TV, an, d It ON JULY 15

many varied tasks. Knight, TV and
columnist for the NAS Jax Comptroller
Planes from the squadron
Journal and TV-Radio has announced
played an important part in the Magazine.
it hopes to pay the lump-
successful rescue of an injured Bob Ohl, JOC, of ComFair retroactive payments to
Norwegian sailor the Greenlandice Service Information Office,
) )4 employees on July
pack in March. ) / emcee the Jax finals to be

VP-16 let a complete engine- at 2000 at King Hall July
retroactive lump
pay-
change record of 19 hours in ; All hands have been
is based on a dozen pay
4)
April, carried out numerous re- to attend the show.PERSONNEL .
> from January 12
connaisance patrols and also
interested in r ou g h June 28. Gross
participated in Fleet exercisesin S
b flj tering the Jacksonville Z 0 per employee will
the Mediterranean.A lIPk! 7
: eliminations are reminded between $200 and
new SpanishAmericanN POPPA. MEET BABYI Patrol Squadron 16 returned they must submit their .
Air Facility in Rota, I last week from five-months deployment at Keflavik, Iceland through their commands net amount is what the
Spain, was officially opened and and Port Lyautey Morocco with crew five touching down first July 10 direct to the NAS will actually get.after
followed by the other squadron P2Vs and the airlift. One of
tested by VP-16 planes and men. Special Services Officer. an average 18 per-
VP.16
the many reunions taking place upon arrival home of
Other noteworthy events high- was this one. showing proud "Poppa" Lt (jg) W. D. Elwell Preliminary auditions will taxes find 6% percent
lighting squadron logs during (with Mrs. Elwell) meeting his three-month old baby for the held at 1300 at the deduction.
the deployment was working first I time. (Please turn to Page 6, col. )
with members of the NATO Alliance ,

Scout land. troop and sponsoring in Kefavlik a, Boy Ice: ComNab Six Chief Of Staff


THE SQUADRON continuously I Go To WilliamsCapt.
worked for better people-to-peo- Reins' Capt.
ple relations and through its
.
aircrew training program Macpherson Williams relieved Capt. Edwin J. S. r _

achieved a high degree of com- Young as Chief of Staff for ComNabSix in a special cere- _
bat readiness. mony Monday morning.Capt. I
.
Members of the outfit were! Young has retired with
afforded the chance to visit I the rank 6f rear admiral afteran Switzer, Commander Naval AirBases

I many European countries while outstanding career of 30 6ND and Commander, : _
participating in exercises with years. Fleet Air Jacksonville, presidedat FL :r __

other NATO nations. REAR ADMIRAL Wendell G. the ceremony. ,

.
Williams native of Au-
Capt. & fi I

I 'Pro' Pay Procedure Outlinedgrades gusta, Ga., comes to Jax from j.','

duty as Chief of Staff for Com I .

Personnel in all ratings will E-4, E-5 and E-6 basedon Fair Whidbey Island, Wash. He -- .

be eligible to compete for pro- results of the February 1958 has 28 years active duty and .J :f

ficiency pay which may be authorized advancement exams. graduated from the Naval
in the near future. For personnel in pay grade E- Acadamy in 1930.
Procedures for determiningwho 7, the first increment of proficiency >
YOUNG assumed the
will receive the new pay pay will be determined by CAPT.
are outlined in BuPers Notice 'results of the upcoming August post of ComNab Six Chief of 4 ..
1418 (NavAct 9-58). advancement examinations. Staff in May 1955. Originallyfrom

Basically, determination of eligibility Exams will-be given August 5 Ocean Grove, N. J., he is 0 ... .
will be by recommendation at NAS Jax for proficiency pay now residing in Orang, Park. -- NEW COMNAB SIX CHIEF OF STAFF Capt. Macpherion .

of the idividual's commanding in grades E-4, E-5, E-6 and E-7 Following reading of his retirement Williams (seated) is checked out on his new duties
officer and by results of in all ratings. orders, Capt. Youngwas by Capt. Edwin J. S. Young. Capt. Williams relieved Capt.
examinations. Starting in 1959, annual examinations presented a gift from military Young as Chief of Staff for Commander Naval Air Bases of
Sixth Naval District. He comes here from duty as Chief
Initial proficiency pay will be for "pro pay" will be and civilian personnel of his Staff for ComFair Whldbey Island. Capt. Young.has retired
awarded to personnel in pay given in November. offices. after 30* years active duty.

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Jt : 'Ship Over' Oath MAN-MADE SCOURGEFrankenstein's


S Given Veteran monster was a powderpuff compared with

me. lie could wreak havoc in only one place at a time. I strike

Capt. Elliott{ W. Pariah Jr. .......KAS.lacbutYlb............ ........ ?...??.......... Commanding Officer Hospital ChiefWith simultaneously in many places-again and again.
.Comdr. Grayston H. Weber .. .. Executive Office I'm man-made scourge. Man created me, and I destroy

Rear Adm. Wendell O.NAB Swlteer Six.Fleet. ..Air. Jacksonville.... .................... ..... Commander 19 years active duty already him without compunction. He has developed serums and vaccines .
Capt. Seth a. Searcy Jr. .. .. .. ... ... . Staff. FalrJax natural diseases, but try
Capt. Edwin S. Young ?..::::::::::::::::::::.: ::..::.:::..::::::'.:?..::::'.::::'.::'.:.'Chief efot 'NAD SixCapt. to his credit, James Nar- to control and eliminate as he
*** WUf Dna the Naval Hospital might he has been unsuccessful in his efforts to destroy me.
HMC of
MacIntosh.ot. ron, ,
B. .... Commander PREVALENT and destructive
= "" '" MORE every
Capt. S. White ,,,,n-T-f.u..1..1,1u,1.1..u=:. :: Chief Stuff Officer "shipped over" for four I BECOME
WaVsilAI Tscfcalccl Trtlntef Ctalev I kill thousands of men, women, and children, and cripple
Comdr. Hired Moore. Jr. .............................................. .............. Commanding Officer more years at a recent Hospital year. I destroy property, wreck homes, and
W E. Flethman ........._........ .. ..... ............... ....... ............ Executive Officer many thousands more.
Laval Hospital ceremony. smash families. I have no regard for the rich or the poor, the

Capt. Alton C. Aberneth .................... ......... ............................. Commanding Officer healthy or the lame-they are all the same to me. My objectiveis
KABTU Narron was given the oath by
Capt Norman O. Anderson ................,........................... ... .. .... Commanding Officer to damage and to cause misery.
Comdr. William :E.: Hardy .....,............?........................ ... ... ........ Executive Officer Capt. Alton C. Abernathy, Hos- USUALLY AROUND THIS TIME of the year, the Fourthof

Printed commercially wth noji-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida pital commanding officer. July, thousands of people are anxious to meet me. As ugly
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-W with
Rev. Nov. 1943. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel The chief has been attachedto and destructive as I am, I still am popular many, especi-
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training those who are careless. I make people awful, awful sad,
Center Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. the local hospital for the past ally
around.I .
Naval
Hospital. but some still want me

Service Assistant Information Service Information Officer Officer Comdr. .Charles Andrew M.II.Thomas Planey six months and it's expectedhe'll can be stopped, not by one man, nor yet by a group of

Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes, PHI; Mary finish his current tour here. men. It's going to take all men as well as a tremendous changein
Ann Klrchner, SN.
to do it.
attitude
The Jax Air News is member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Before coming to Jax, Narron everyone's
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is You see, I am an automobile accident-conceived by care
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are efforts U. S. Nary lJ oto- served aboard the aircraft car-
lessness, nurtured by discourtesy, and born of speed and reck-
1raS2itorial
offices located In Room 330. Mam Administration Building.Phone
rier USS Boxer. for moral obligations.
extenston*atot ... m or&11. less disregard

,, .......,,:........... ...........w.-.w..:.:.......:.n,.,,. -

4 14 VA-44, VW-4




\ ..' Scouting Squadrons


fdh VA-44 Lt (jg) Mike Grady and Lt (jg)

'r Hangar 116 was the scene for Dick MacNeil each added girlsto
'?, + xk
Attack Squadron 44's change of their households.

.' + command ceremony Monday, as Among the newest arrivals

.... Comdr. Clifford A. McDougal relieved added to the squadron roster
.
,
:':' Comdr. Thomas R. Sedellas are: A. V, Higgins, AL1; D. P.

.. commanding officer. Johnson, ALl; W. J. Walsh, ATI;
.
sonnel and 75 officers were in AD2; J. A. Bowman, AT-
"
I: :::r: :;'.' ; ; taiL \j__________ dress whites for the occasion. ne; R, M. Fulton, ATN3; J. R.

Comdr. McDougal reported Lane Jr., ATR3; H. C. Jackson,

aboard from the Naval War Col- ATAN; R. E. Burfitt, ATRAA;

lege at Newport, R. I. Prior to R. B. Cline, ATAA; and R P

this, he was commanding officerof Fortman, ATAA.WOS .
Attack Squadron 46.

Comdr. Sedell l, who has been

----........--............. -,.,. w,.. "...,.y.- VA-44 commanding officer since RequiredTo
1957 is ordered to the Air
AWARDED VETERAN SERVICE PINS This group of civilian employees at NAS Jax was May ,
awarded pins for 30 years Federal service in a recent ceremony in the office of Capt. Elliott W. War College at Maxwell AFB, Take Test
Parish. Jr.. NAS Jax commanding officer. Left to right are Theodore Murphy, production dispatcher Montgomery, Ala.
I of Supply; James Sheppard aircraft mechanic ordnance. O & R; John Hoydic metalsmith, eV
aviation.O b R; Capt. Parish: James Curry, metalsmith, O & R; Henry Ochoa, aircraft examiner For PromotionActive
O & R, and Frank Binder stock control clerk, Supply Dept. Absent were Olen Tate, inspector W.4
(aircraft pre-flight) of O & R, and Glen Blalock, electrician aircraft, O & R. Donning the "gold bar" yes- duty warrant officers

terday were Robert Wingo, form- with the Navy who are selectedfor

erly ADC, and Robert Lee, ADI. in-grade promotion during
Eight Employees Get Cashmere Sweaters The commissioning ceremonywas fiscal year 1959 must pass tests

Offered at ExchangeThe held at morning quarters before they can be advanced,

with Comdr. Nicholas Brango,I according to Navy Times.
Veteran Service PinsEight Navy Exchange is now .
offering a one-time purchaseof commanding officer, officiating. Written exams needn't be
Both men received commis- taken if the warrant officer
100
cashmere ladies
of NAS Jax Overhaul and %
veteran employees
sions under the LDO program completes specified correspondence -
Repair and Supply Departments were presented 30-year sweaters.
after combined tours of over 30 courses or fleet service
service pins by Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., in ceremonieslast This is the first time the years active service. schools in advance.
week. Navy Exchange has been ableto
Wedding bells rang for En- The new promotional require-
Recipients were Frank Binderof procure cashmere sweatersat
sign Tom Grimes last Saturdayas ments for warrants brings themin
Supply Department with 22% R Department, with three years a price authorized for such
he took the final
step. The line with their fellow com-
Navy duty and 7% years 20% items in continental US ex-
years Army duty, years Navy ready room has the appear- missioned officers, subject to the

civilian! duty; Henry Ochoa.O & duty and 6% years civilian duty. changes.The ance of a California smog with tests for a number of years.

Also, James Sheppard, O & R local store has 21 col- all the cigars being passed
ors of popular styles in short
Boron Fuels Due around. Confucious probably say:
Department, with 16t% years sleeve slip-overs.
Ensign Terry Zackowski is the "Who say I say all the things I
Navy, Air Force Army duty and 13% years civil- proud papa of a new boy while say?"

ian duty; James Curry, O & R .
Planes MissilesSecretary ,
Department, with 21 Y4 years

of the Navy ThomasS. Navy duty and 10% years of

Gates Jr., has announced acti- civilian duty.Theodore Amended Pay Scale For Classified ,
Employees
vation of the free world's full-
Murphy, O & R 27

scale energy production fuels -plant boron-based for high years Navy duty and three years (Effective at NAS Jax July 18, 1958))

civilian duty; Olen Tate, O & R
chemical fuels that will impart PER ANNUM RATES
Department, with 22 years of
greater range and speed to air- G15
missiles. Navy duty and eight years civil- $ 2,960 $ 3,055 $ 3,150
planes and $ 3,245 $ 3,340 $ 3,435 $ 3,530
ian John O & .R
duty Hoydic, ,
; 2 3,255
Built at a cost of $4,500,000 by 3,350 3,445 3,540 3,635 3,730 3,825
with 21 Navy duty and
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. years 3 3,495 3,590 3,685 3,780 3,815 3,970 4,065
nine of civilian and
duty
for which years 4 3,755 3,850 3,945
the Navy, originated 4,040 4,135 4,230 4,325
Glen Blalack, O & R Depart-
research in boron fuels, the 5 4,040 4,190 .4,340 4,490 4,640 4,790 4,940
ment, with 21% of Navy
years 6 4,4DO 4,640
plant will produce liquid HEF-2 4,790 4,940. 5,090 5,240 5,390
duty and 8% civilian duty.
(High Energy Fuels-2)), a mix- years 7 4)980 5,130 5,280 5,430 5,580 5,730 5,880

ture of boron, hydrogen and 8 5,470 5,620 5,770 5,920 6,070 6220; 6,370

other chemicals. Boss, Oklahoma Native, 9 5,985 6,135 6,285 6,435 6,585 6,735 6,885

Because of its greater heat Cops AO School HonorPfc. 10 6,505 6,655 6,805 6,955 7,105 7,255 7,405

content and other properties, the 11 7,030 7,270 7,510 7,750 7,990 8,230
boron-based fuel will burn at D. W. Boss, of Okmuger, 1? 8,330 8,570 8,810 9,050 9,290 9,530
Okla. was named honor studentin 13 9,890 10,130 10,370
higher altitudes than present jet 10,610 10,850 11,090
last week's graduation at the 14 11,355 11,595 11,835
fuels, permitting future planes 12075; 12,315 12,555

and missiles to obtain better Aviation A Ordnanceman NATTCenter.Boss School, 15 12,770 13,070 13,370 13,670 13,970 ..........
Class at 16
14,190
performance.Fuel 14,430 14,670 14,910 15,150 ..........
shipments from the new who entered the Marine 17 15,375 15,615 15,855 16,095 16,335 .......... ..,.......

plant will be made available to Corps in September of J957, is 18 17,500 ....... .., ...... .......... ...... ... ........"
both the Navy and Air Force. i still unassigned.


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3 July 1958 JAX AIR NEWS


(I Wrote ManySong


ate lli FtP..1; Writer Retires



: : From Station SceneOne

'
Cle 14k } of Naval Air Station Jacksonville's outstanding

r i 4 personalities has left the scene. He is Harold Diggett, a

ry > t composer of songs, who retired from Federal service Mondayat
IeId the age of 70.

Diggett started and finishedhis

Ieiy With TheToastmasters : iJ i Federal service at NAS Jax.

He was employed at Supply De- '

h partment since 1943 and was ,. + >4
'
:" ,:, 'W--
head of the document sorting
i ry Si
1 A full and varied roster of unit of stock control branch. ;A .

speakers was introduced by Prior to his government service,

Chuck Neeley at the 226th general } ,. he attained wide recognition as I&

e gathering of Navy Jax Of- a composer of music.
ficers' Toastmasters last Thursday -
THE RETIRED employee pen-

ned lyrics and composed music
Mac Bailey delved into "The
under the name of Harold De
Fourth Dimension"; Ray Mullinsset
Grosse in the early 1900's. Re-
..... the imaginary scene of '
"Commissioning the Ortega Hills s 'M. 74 cently he has given song writ-
,. .. -' ing real lick again and now
Fire Dept. ; Ralph Smith urged :, : a
f "". "' that he will have more free
members "Back
to Your "
Jay- ..; _.. ",, ..
.il. ( "r
r. "'
cees"; Hank Young expoundedupon time, intends to go at it with full
Harold retired
TEACHER AND PUPIL Diggeti now
"Building Your Vocabu- from Federal service after some 15 years at NAS Supply De- steam at the age of 70. ----
lary," and Bill Price differentiated partment, discusses one of his latest song compositions with People in show business know HIT TUNE Harold Dig-
1 ig) between dialect and slang, Oretha Wilkins, a Supply employee, and former 'voice and Diggett by his pen name of De gelt sits at his piano and plays
of his. Diggelt, who penned lyrics and music under
"Dialectically Speaking." piano pupil his hit tune of 1910. "Moon
:rls the name of Harold DeGrosse around the turn of the century, Grosse. While he was recuperating Dear." Under the name of
Bill Frees led a panel evalu- will now devote more time to his song writing, voice and drama from an operation several Harold DeGrosse he has writ-

als ators which included Jack Baird, coaching.In months ago, he received a get- ten some 130 songs in his day.

ter Gene Guazzo, Curt Kretzsch- well card from Polly Bergen,
Two Fo Year Programs
P mann, Don Dougherty and Lou or \ famous TV personality, who add- Moon" 'Too proud to ask his
n] ressed the card to one Harold
; Sartor. family for aid, Diggett sold his

.;g- Sherman Adams and Charles College Filing DeadlineFor DeGrosse. piano and with the proceeds
The personable Diggett, who
R. DeGaulle were among topics argued floated his song via a fiveandten -
during a current events never really quit I composingsongs
1.A, tabletopics session inspired by even though he gave it store chain.
.p; Huel Holloway. EM Put At Oct. 15 up as a livelihood in 1921, was:: SOON "MOON DE A R" was

born in Sheffield, England, sonof
outselling "By the Light Of The
Applications are now being accepted for entrance into the an operatic tenor father anda "
Four speeches highlighted Silvery Moon. DeGrosse was offered -
Navy s twoor four-year college training program for en- mother who was a very fine
Tuesday night's session of Navy a price for "Moon Dear."
listed to Times. .
d men, according Navy_ pianist.A
Civilian Toastmasters held at He sold it but the publisher
Cumberland Community Center. Deadline I i for applications, TWO-YEAR graduate of the Royal Acad-
THE program, simply it the shelf until
put on
which should be submitted to emy of Music in England, and
Ellis delivered
Jay an ora-
tation on "Maturity, Key to the Chief of Naval Personnel, is the Navy Enlisted Advanced one of the youngest graduates to 'I the wear and tear was gotten

itn Success; Junior Teske gave his Oct. 15. School Program, is to prepare attain a degree there, Diggett out of "Silvery Moon."
highly qualified petty officersfor played concert piano 'at the age
11rs Icebreaker; Norman Brooks "Moon Dear" made a later appearance -
spoke on "Are You Right in assignment to duty as sys- of 16, receiving a medal from in 1910, and still was a

rsg Your Religious Beliefs;" and Law- Korean Bonus tems engineers for advanced fire royalty, presented by Lady hit, but the punch was gone.
Margaret Ismay.
of Evalu-
ton Green/'Importance
control systems, advanced armament -
Diggett later, while with Bert
ngs ation." HE DABBLED IN writing
Due Iowa Vets song
nuclear i
(including weap- Whitney Musical Productions,
The panel of evaluators, head- while attending the U of Michigan
sale of collaborated music for "The
The recent $24.7 ons), digital computers and nu- on
ed by Aubrey Silvey, included million of bonds to finance a composing an instrumental Three Twins." One of the hit
Walt Stanul, Ernie i Newberg, clear propulsion.After number which he called "Michi-
beu bonus for Iowa veterans of tunes from the show was the
Ivan Sanders, and Andy Planey.Er the Korean conflict means two years of college gan," a marching song dedicatedto still popular "Cuddle Up a Lit

dre Counter was Bill Clearman; that application forms will be study, the students serve two the school.It tle Closer."

timekeeper, Ben Ballering and around 1 was played regularly on
available September years at sea or in units with After trying the national cir-
Lexicoligist, Gordon King. according to Navy Times. the campus, but never published,
advanced technical systems. cuit, Diggett made a trip to
The state treas- and so officially adopted."In .
governor, never
em Life's darkest moment: The urer and secretary of state Upon finish of the sea tour, those days one could not ob- Jacksonville in 1921 and for all

1- day you suffer seasickness and will sign bonds soon, but it they may apply for another two tain a copyright on a manuscript, sical purposes association this finished with his Tin phy-Pan

le lockjaw at the same time. will take several months to years college work, to be again and it would have cost about Alley.

prepare claim forms and put followed by two years sea duty. $1500 to have one's own song

If all the students who fall the bonus machinery into op- THE FOUR-YEAR program, printed," said Diggett. HE HAS WRITTEN about 130

;I: asleep in class were laid end to eration. the Navy Enlisted Scientific Why his number "Michigan"was songs, mostly ballads, Instru-

end, they'd be more comfortable. Education Program, is designedfor never published, is just the mental numbers, sacred, secular
and
beginning of several frustrations patriotic songs. There are
the training of highly qualified -
many beautiful songs dedicatedto
experienced by Diggett. He recalls -
enlisted personnel for event- I : "I did submit the numberto his wife. There was a dedica-

> ;: d y ual assignment to duty in the a well-known publishing i I tion to President Roosevelt, used

'gig and house but did nothing withit. in 1940 Bond sales drive i in
< j broad fields of science en- they '
p gineering.Both Strangely, however, a song Washington called "Democracy,"
now sung in Jacksonville schools.
,,. very similar to my number was
,I men and women are eli- to be heard later. You see, I had Along with song writing, he

". : 1* gible for the four-year programbut no copyright, so I lost any has done little drama and voice
only male personnel are eli- claims I may have had."
1 coaching. One of his prize pupilsis
", gible for the two-year training.
Wanda Hendrix
well known
DIGGETT graduated from
L\ Those who qualify are eligible Michigan with a degree in en- Hollywood and TV star. Anotheris

for commissioned ranks under gineering. He worked for a timeas Sandra Freeman, recently
both programs. voted Miss Jacksonville 1958.
\ a designing engineer, but his

LAST MONTH, the Navy heart was in song writing.He Diggett who in his heyday
,.
,
to :': named 200 candidates for both soon landed in Tin Pan knew such people as Irving Ber-

t'n-" ... study programs. They'll head for Alley, and made connections with lin, among others, has several

school this fall, after successful the Jerome Remick Corp. in De- songs in the hands of publishing

.v completion of prep schools at troit. Three other young fellows houses. They include "Some Day

Bainbridge and San Diego. with Remick then were Gus Ed- You'll Miss Me"; "I Always

Enlisted Marines are also eli- wards, Egbert Van Alstyne and Knew That I Loved You"; "All

i144 I _, gible for the four-year program. Neil Moret. Assuming the pen Because of You"; "Darling, I

COMMENDATION MASTS Two enlisted men Joe Brad- This fall, 36 Marines gain admittance name of Harold DeGrosse, Dig- Know," and: "Sweetheart of
shaw, OMC, (center) and Dewey Stinson, BMI, were awarded to the scientific educa- gett offered his first real composition Mine."
commendations for outstanding performance of duty by Capt. tion schooling. "Moon Dear," a ballad.
Elliott W. Parish Jr., (left) commanding officer of NAS Jax,
in a recent ceremony. While serving In the Jax area, Bradshawwas Complete details on eligibility A publishing house turned it Then there was the student
leading chief of the Shore Patrol while Stinson served as requirements are listed in Bu- down because it was publishing"By who was so dumb h," thought a
assistant CMAA of the Station. Both men are being transfer-
red in the near future. Pers Instruction 1510.69C. the Light Of The Silvery logarithm was a lumbar song.195e .



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Page_4 JAX' AIE NEWS 3 July 1958


Atom Warfare Defense i Up The t


ABCs Taught At CenterWhere LADDER .

With CiviliansOn

does theory end and practicality begin?
For personnel of NATTCenter's Atomic, Biological and the promotion roster, effective -
Chemical Warfare Defense School, there is no sharp divid- i'b recently, were 28 em-
ing line. I ,/s ployees, eight from Overhauland \
Whether training personnel or Repair Department, six from
answering a call to check the I program, the School offers a 40- Supply, one from Public Works
possibility of the presence of I hour syllabus of 18 hours Atomic and 12 from Miscellaneous.
radioactive materials, its all in a Warfare, seven hours Biologicaland r' 1'w Promoted at O & R were Fer-
eight hours
Chemical
day's work for this group. fare. War- man Woolfork, Packer, 3rd Stepto
DURING THE autumn of 1954, Aircraft Preservation Mech- ,
there appeared a need to give THE SCHOOL is under direc- anic, 1st Step; Thomas Clegg,
non-student'' personnel of the tion of Lt. Don Knoerr, NATT- P f ; s : Helper Metalsmith (Aviation)
Center training in defense Center Passive Defense Officer. 3rd Step to Aircraft Metal Fab-
against atomic, biological and Instructors of the school are ricator, 1st Step; Lacy Day,
chemical warfare agents. all graduates of the ABCD War- Supvy General Engineer, GS12to w
Much to the credit of this fare Defense School at Ft. Mc- Same, GS-13; Ward Flick,
command, this was accomplishedwith Clellan, Ala. They are Clemens iN r Helper Metalsmith (Aviation)
non-instructor personnel, Brune Jr., MMC; John King, 3rd Step to Aircraft Metal Fab-
thereby not interrupting the DCC; and William Smith, AB1. ricator, 1st Step; Bob Gardner, 4
Center's primary objective ,of Originally organized for Aircraft Metal Fabricator, 3rd 1
student training. NATTCenter personnel, the '...WiVA''I' '' "'.. Step to Metalsmith (Aviation) j
Since its inception, the ABC School also provides services to A CLICK. CLICK. BUT Harmless. That's the report 1st Step; Worth Green, Helper
School has trained about 2,300 NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field and turned in by ABC School personnel instructor Clemens BruneJr. Aircraft Mechanic (Rubber), 3rd 1
.. MMC. left and Lt. Don Knoerr. NATTCenter Passive De-
( )
military and civilian personnel.It Mayport personnel, and is the fense Officer, as they monitor two of the radioactive sources Step to Aircraft Mechanic (Rub-
has increased in size and now only school of its type in the local reported found by local citizens. Although a reading was dis- ber), 1st Step; Joseph Koteny,
occupies two well-equipped area. covered, reports found that the little radium discs were harmless. Helper Aircraft Instrument I
classrooms in Building 613. CLASSES BEGIN at 0745 the Mechanic 3rd Step to Aircraft I

WHEN RADIATION buttons first three Mondays of each Exams Make For Metal Fabricator, 1st Step; and .,
were- recently discovered in month. However, there will be Upcoming John Rogers, Laborer (Cleaner), I
South Jacksonville, ABC School no new classes until approxi- 3rd Step to Industrial Tractor
personnel were the first to bring mately Sept. 1 due to'the train- At I & E OfficeThings Operator, 1st Step.
detection and measuring devices ing of 500 members of the Coast Busy Days Advanced at Supply were Wil-
into play and to positively determine Guard Reserve starting Monday. liam Wilson, Supvy. Equipment
that these buttons were The School recently providedABC are really humming these days at the NAS Jax Specialist (General), GS-7 to 'I
harmless, thereby averting what training for the NARTU Information and Education Office with the crew busily Storage Officer, GS-9; Henry
could have easily turned into a "boot camp" being held here enga&ed.in preparing personnel for upcoming promotion Gregory, Stock Control Clerk,
panic, since most people have this summer. examinations. GS-2 to Warehouseman, 3rd
the mistaken conception that im- The Mainside I & E Office, Step; William Herrington, Head
Just the ABCs
there is no defense against radia- as are an located topside in Building 955, tion are cramming for the pro- Stockman, 3rd Step to Inspector
of edu-
portant part everyone's with the I & E
motional
tion. is available with help and information exams (Lumber), 1st Step; Carol Mc-
cation added
have
they mean-
where
Trainees shown this fear staff providing assistance
are
for personnel throughout Cutcheon, Clerk-Typist, GS-2 to
for "Atomic
when stand
ing they -
is usually caused by lack of the year.PERSONNEL. needed. Stock Control Clerk, GS-3; Ros-
Chemical War-
and
knowledge, especially the' differ- Biological" aboard the Sta- Examinations for the new sup- sie Parramore, Stock Control
entiation of the terms, "contam- fare Defense. er grades of E-8 and E-9 are Clerk, GS-2 to Warehouseman, C
ination," the source emitting scheduled for Aug. 5, along with 2nd Step, and Joseph Stutz,
radiation, and "radiation," the proficiency pay exams for all Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 to
emitted energy. ratings on that same date. Warehouseman, 2nd Step.

ABC Warfare Defense is one August 7 is the 'iale set up for Promoted at Public Works was t
of the major considerations un- E-4 advancement examinations, 'Louise Larimore, Clerk-Typist, rJI
der the broad heading of Passive while persons seeking to be up- GS-3 to Clerk, GS-4. .",

Defense. a ped to E-5 pay grade will take Promotions i in Miscellaneouswere I.
PASSIVE DEFENSE has the tests Aug. 12, and E-6, Aug. 14. Bertha Kicklighter, Time (
objective of reducing the loss, No tests for advancement to E-7 & Leave Clerk, GS-3 Comptroller ., (
and minimizing damage to prop- will be given in August. Dept., to Military Pay Clerk
erty and personnel in the eventof HEADING THE I & E Office GS-4, Comptroller Dept.; Annel-
man-made or natural disaster. j is Tvnn King. YNC. Peggy Mitchell le Stokes, Appropriation Accounting -

Training for Passive DefenseIs YN2, handles USAFI Clerk, GS-3, Comptroller -
three-phased. Namely, Indoctrination courses and also the work that Dept., to Same, GS-4; Lillian
Specialized 1 Team I entails administration of high Weathers, Appropriation Accounting -
Training I and Operational or 4, h' school and college-level GED Clerk, GS-4, Comptroller -
Drill Training. tests. Dept. to Appropriation Ac-
ABC School provides for the : She also takes cdre of special counts Supervisor, GS-5, 'Comptroller -
Indoctrination Training p has e. programs such as the Navy's Dept.; Norna Zinkosky
By finishing this school, gradu- Scientific Education and Ad- Clerk-Typist, GS-, ComptrollerDept.
ates are well grounded in their Y r,,, ,., vanced Schools Programs and to Same, GS-3; Herman
part of the Station's defense.To ..- ---- LDO and warrant officer !integration Weide, Guard, GS-3, Security
provide a well-integrated I BUSY SCENE The staff of the NAS Jax Informationand programs. Dept., to Aircraft Preservation
Education Office is extra busy these days, squaring things
away for the upcoming promotion examinations in August. The USA F I correspondence Mechanic, 1st Step, O & R Dept.;
Navy Testing Left to right are Vicki Trombley SA, checking for informa. Bourse enrollment fee, for years Marilyn Taylor, Clerk-Typist,
tion with Lynn King. ,YNC, as Terry Bocox SN handles the set at two dollars, has been increased GS-2, O & R Dept. to Stock Con-
Plane ControlTV correspondence. to five dollars, chief trol Clerk, GS-3, Supply Dept.;
King reminds personnel. I Alice Benolkin, Clerk-Typist,
For Extention GS-2, Public Works Dept., to
Request Raising the enrollment fee, a ,
Equipment one-time charge for most serv- Stock Control Clerk, GS-3, Sup-
River Seadrome ExplainedBoatmen ice students, is mandatory because ; ply Dept.; Helen Styron, Man-
Equipment now being testedat of high costs of materials. : agement Analyst, GS-8, Admini-
NAS Oceana, Va., may make and fishermen who It was explained that a sea- OTHER I' & E Office staffers stration Dept. to Same, GS-9;
work easier for Navy control have shown concern over the I drome has existed in the area include Shirley Owen SN who George Jones, Property Account-
I ,
tower operators if it passes the Naval Air Station's request for under discussion for a numberof assists with USAFI and handles ing Clerk, GS-3, ComptrollerDept.
test, according to Navy Times. extension of seadrome bounda- years. Today's bigger and t,0 Warehouseman, 2nd
The new gear will allow radar 'ries for seaplahes using the St. faster aircraft require more room enlisted correspondence courses. Step Supply Dept.; Evalyn Cho- (c
traffic controllers to direct air- Johns River are becoming overly for landing and takeoff, henceit The personnel advancements cholousek, Clerk-Typist, GS-2, "
craft from well-lighted rooms alarmed, Operations Depart- has become necessary to extend e c t ion is headed by Vicki Public Works Dept. to Clerk- : F
instead of semi-darkness. The ment has declaredThe the seadrome boundaries.By Trombley, SA. This work entails Typist, GS-3, Public Works i

equipment transfers radar "blips" Navy's application asks extending the boundaries, ordering of examinations from Dept.; Donald Fitzgerald, Crim-
onto a television screen. the Army Corps of Engineers to longer lanes may be provided in the Testing Center and prepara- inal Investigator, GS-7 Security i]
establish regulations governing r.
The units are built by Inter- navigation of the river in an the same manner as extension of tion of answer sheets. Dept. to Same, GS-8; James ]

continental Electronics Corp. of area starting with the northern airfield landing strips.Geographically" Terry Bocox, SN, handles the Madigan, Auditor, GS-9, U. S..Navy .'
Mineola, N. Y. boundary of the Station in a line the boundarieswill majority of correspondence regarding Area Audit Ofc. to Supvy. 0t

Besides solving the problemof north to a point opposite the be extended, but proceduresfor enlisted personnel and Auditor, GS-11, U. S. Navy Area
providing bright displays of Yacht Club off Venetia. boatmen will remain the their educational problems and Audit Ofc., and Alice Taylor, lcn..
radar information, the sets also The northerly boundary wouldrun same. Movement of boats up and if 1
down the St. Johns River would answers. Clerk-Stenographer, GS-4 U. S.
are able to keep blips on the east to the shore line northof
screen for up' to half an hour, Christopher's Creek. The area not be unduly restricted, since Information and Education also Navy Area Audit Ofc., to Sup- C
and can show a trailing blip to would contain a caution sector takeoff and landing of seaplanesis conducts indoctrination for all vy. Administrative Service Asst. c
indicate earlier positions of the and a restricted zone adjacent to quite infrequent, approximatingthree new enlisted persons reporting (Stenography), GJS-5,Navy Area 101
target. the Station proper. to five times per month. to the Station. 'Audit Ofc.



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Dispensary 'Fish' Aids





: : ,, In Swim Meet Victory:


Dispensary's underdog swim forces, carried along by

ti k f "human fish" Chuck Willis, stroked their way to a convinc-

ing victory in the annual Mainside last

: Thursday. at the Enlisted Men's Pool behind Building Three.

Willis, the elongated veteran
x Willis carved out a win in the
lifeguard, stole the show in pick-
400-meter freestyle in the
ing up three individual medalsas
healthy time of 5:51.5: then won
well as helping his Dispen-
the 50-meter back stroke in 33
sary mates to victory in the
S seconds.
Ss\ S 200-meter medley relay.IN .

EARNING the team crown, BOB TALBERT of Dispensary

: Dispensary scored 67% points finished behind Willis in the

and collected a neat 500 points back stroke, with third place

toward the coveted Ironman going to Tony; Dow of Fasron

.<<''''A>'''y 1Y.ffi_) *:f.: 1))! :Mw: :: "oK; :?:s::;tIDtWIMM:: : cckcaei?; 93 "h.::..:......,..;.>.<<.5a"aayk: l a oBo. }., i\fii\'Q\ Trophy. Six.Willis'
VARSITY Tenor of the meet was formed 5:51.5: mark in the 400-
SOFTBALL ACTIVITY-Bud Johnson, Albany Marines outfielder, puts a deter-
ined look on his face as he' misses a clean lick at the ball during action in the second game as early as the first event, the meter freestyle was far ahead of

4 f a doubleheader between Albany Supply Depot and Jax Navy at Saratoga Field Friday. Note 200-meter medley relay, when the 6:21.3: turned in by Opera-
ball hitting near home plate. Johnson hit it foul but moments later knocked one through a hole Willis swam a fast anchor leg tion's Dick Valente.
'or a single. His mates went down to a 7.6 defeat at the hands of Jax Navy after tipping the The Dispensary cracked
hers, 7.4, In the first tilt Jax Navy has a return engagement with the Marines, at Albany, for a Dispensary victory, edging ace
a., July 1112. Catcher is John Pagano while the umpire is Mel Collins. out VW4. the 200-meter individual medley
course in the fine time of '3:00:

? 'Iw. .' ,*, ; # to finish ahead of Talbert, Dis-
Fishing Licenses ": : '. **; $!* Y .t.>. > "
: ; \
: and Stuart of
.t teammate
; ,
: : : : '. ( .' pensary
JheWATER fA'V4"V; "; :A' rDt" : VAH-1.

For 58-59 On ;j 4 ; :tAtj' ; : IN THE 50-meter breast stroke
r. ,. ., > ..... S PORTS. ,
'. ; Carl Van Senus of VAH-1 touched -
i-iH. < f..' :. .: / : ".
.
Sale at Station t... .' home first with a winning
P? .: 1. :{ .
LINE ., .. time of :36.7, with Dispensary'sTalbert
Florida fresh water fishing : t <\" i 3" $:"':' ': 'c .: :. .)>.. ... \l t ':; ''f: breathing down his neck.

mmencement of activities licenses for 1958-59 are now on Other events included the 200-

rating National Safe Boat- sale at Special Services officesat Ed Brown Blanks SupplyTo meter freestyle relay, taken by.
Mainside
and
NATTCenter.
Week (June 29-July 5) in VW-4 in the time of 2:04.6: and

|local area, took place in a All servicemen planning to diving, monopolized by Rick
r show off the NAS Jax fish in fresh water bodies of Keep VP-18 UnbeatenPatrol Jedlicki.

the state must have a valid
line at the foot of Ranger
The Hurricane Hunter high-
t last Sunday afternoon. Florida license in their posses- Squadron 18, a top-drawer attraction among
sion. All 1957-58 permits expire Mainside softball units for several summers, continued its board artist garnered 11 points

|tboards, pleasure cruisers, June 30.Scale winning ways by piling up an undefeated'mark in Mainside with VP-18's Roy Daniels sec-

sailing yachts, small sail of license fees is: An- int.ramura.1.soft. all playoffs through Monday of this week. ond with eight points.
canoes and water skiers
'S. nual resident state, $2; annual i VP-18, riding the strong arm VW-4 COPPED second place
hands to make two very I II TU,. 2-1, Monday to eliminatethe in with 51%
non-resident state, $10.50 nonresident 2-0 team competition
,, ; of Ed Brown to a victory,
|sting hours. i Reserves from further play.A points. Third was taken by
h continuous fish
14-day
(, ( rol I Chesley, Jax Water 1 ing, $3.25; non-resident three- downed Supply and the Ed Trent, four-team field entered the VAH-1, ,followed by Fasron Six,
Monday handing Storekeepers -
Sot' Queen, and her court, day continuous fishing, $1.25. I semi-finals with Medical and Operations, VP-18, 679th Air
'w piped ashore at a special- I a stunning setback. VAP-62 scheduled to tangle at Force and FAETU.
ljj istructed grandstand on the You may fish in the county of MEDICAL, with crafty Earl Enterprise Field Tuesday night. Summary of Events
iVjjgbfront.{ your residence with poles and Bishop on the hill, edged NAR- 200-meter medley relay-1. Dispen-
I lines without license. The winning club was slatedto sary (Campbell Talbert. Parks, Wil-
a I lis). 2:2: $. 2-V AII-) (Hamilton Van-
I', amphibious vehicle de- Servicemen stationed here face Supply in a nightcap af- Senus, Stuart. Biddlecombe). 3VW4.
tration are I .. ., fair. No results of these 400-Meter Willis. Dis-
helicopter rescue : ..: :.: games Freestyle-I.
considered state residents as far >. ... lent ,
5.515
.: pensary : : ; 2-V a e Operations
|a shallow water diving per- as fishing permits are concerned. .' ::0J.i ) .. ...,. were available at press time. 6:21,3: a-Campbell. Dljp., 6:42.:
,ance added much to the '.. :.:.::.. VP-18, LONE unbeaten club 50-meter Breast Stroke-1.Van Senus
'
Interested .
should i.
persons con- VAIM. 36.7; 2-Talbert, Disp.; -Jedllckl. -
activities. # i' in the playoffs, was due to meet rW4.50meter :
tact Special Services at Main- ..
[ rehearsed but in tune with the second game winner in the Back Stroke 1. Willis.
side, Building 704, extension 1 Disp., :330. 2-Talbert. Dlsp.; 3-Dow,
,program was the demonstraof Mainside finals Wednesday night. Fasron Six.50meter .
8153, or NATTCenter, Building .
tt Freestyle Stuart. VAH-1
a jibe in high wind and The Jax Navy Crackerjax bat-
3
614, extension 8228. 30.0; 2 Hertle Fasron Six; -
h seas by the skipper of I tled a busy schedule last week, Hodge, VW4.ThreeMeter.

I;; Navy's Rhodes Bantam No. } coming up with two wins in VW4. 11 pts.; Divine 2 TJaniels- 1., Jedlicki VP18. ,

I three contests.: 200-Meter Individual Medley 1
((0 5 P O RrBzl i Willis Dispensary, 3:00.0.: Talbert,
lis resulted in capsizing the The Tamiami Trails nine was Disp. 3-Stuart, VAH-1.
t in 200-Meter Free Style Relay-1. VW-4
directly front of specs blanked, 3-0, Friday night in (Hodge Hurt. Lenz. Claflln 2046.: 2
and orderly downing of 1. Which teams participated in Women's City League play with Dispensary (Campbell, Ta bert. Willis -
and of the I the first ,.", Parks); 3-Fasron Six.Swimming .
righting boat by intercollegiate football : the Crackerjax maintaining a.

crew. game, and in what year? ; clean second-half slate.

_Jie proper way of spilling 2. Name the two additions to 1 THE PARRIS Island Women I Pool
r
|ter out of a capsized craft if the Baseball Hall of Fame dur- Marines visited the Station last

has a tow was also demon- ing July 1957, and the teams weekend and pinned a 6-5 set- Business Good

ted. they were associated with.
back on the local lasses. after
the
"See 'you at pool
' his unplanned exhibition 3. When did the greatest mile I The next day, however, the work today" is a cry being

tributed to the water safetyw race of all time take place? Jax Navy crew tripped the Ma- heard throughout the Station

) by emphasizing what can 4. What is the world's standing .y s rines, 9-4, bringing the Waves' these muggy summer days.

1 done safely if the crew re- high jump mark? record against military teams to The pools at Mainside are

ins calm and stays with an 2-2. amount of usa:
5. What are the positions on seeing a great
rturned boat. an ice hockey team? from folks wishing to beat

Splints Pace Center Golf the rays of the sun.
(Answers to Sports Quiz)
>se Steve Action in last week's NATT- Swimming' pools behind the
Mayer '
UM UTM jdfuao 9
.4 I Center intramural golf league Navy Exchange, Building
x
.
sling LeadersAfter 'asuajap 'esuajap '{cog $ __ i : found the Support Splinters Three, are primarily for enlisted -
'8S6I personnel and their
three weeks of activity ine moving into the loop's numberone
eunf ut 'jsaietpng: JB 'latpuf: families and guests. The pool
| NATTCenter Mixed Doubles spot.
01 13 S I6 "3 eq, 30 paddjuHIUBUinU The Sparkles of AE School behind Building 705 is pri-
wling League, Rose and Steve
JO SBJBg OpUBJO '\ marily for chiefs, waves, their
took second place followedby
ayer continue to hold a 100- over ,
fus pin advantage. 'saxninui jnoi ueq ssajuf the NAWS School Missies. families and guests.

eouejjtp eq UBX aaei: eiusseqj AGO School is fourth, four-and- These pools are open iMon-
'Mary Ann Warbington and uj siuesaiuo3:) anoj 'A.lOISq! a-half games back. days through Saturdays from
ill Kitchell remained in second 1100 to 2000 and Sundaysfrom
U| euiii; XMIJ eq 101 U qA''LS61
ace, 113 pins off the pace. '61 Alnt uo 'PU8I6u3 'uopuo'1 NATTC Badminton Event 1200 to 2000.WEEKEND.

By recording a 906 pinfall, uj uimpBji *jo eiju.M IV 'C
ose and Bill Weatherby moved 'saaKusA'I1 Resumes After Month Off .

ito fourth slot, behind Kay and A lI\aN eqx pus xog pan _nrR"fl: <J The NATTCenter badminton

loyd Bowman, with Lavernend uoisog 'sqno o6B3tqo: eqj xo ia6vUBUI AERIAL ACT-Roy Danielsof tournament, temporarily halted TIDE

Gene Williams holding down i lauxioj 'Aql.tV:>:)W eof pus one-and-a-half VP-18 performs somersault a forward to due to repairing of the gym, HIGH LOW

fifth place. I iojxaa pus jiBuupujo: joj lapieijino the delight of onlookers at last tourney site, has resumed play. A.M. P.M. A.M P.M

High scratch effort for the 'piojMBJO (OOUBM) wigs 'Z week's Mainside swimming After the month's layoff, all
meet Fine diving by Daniels, Fri. 10:03: 10:19: 3:55: 4:00:
eek was turned in by the 'p 0* 9 'UOM *"6nu '6981 teams are urged to regain forma
the
and winner
eatherbys, followed by a 903 '9 'AON uo "f N 'JpIMiurug: Rick runner-up Jedlicki of VW-4, high- n d continue soon with the Sat. 10:48: 11:02 4:38 4:46:

for the high-flying Mayers. maN IB siaBxnn pus uoiaouijj: 'i lighted diving competition. scheduled matches. Sun. 11:32: 11:44: 5:20: 5:35:





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1 'Old Rays e Spell --'-




! Trouble For Unwary


. ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

Heat injury (heat cramps, exhaustion, heat stroke) will 6
Sunday July
become an increasing problem as the temperature continuesto c
soar this summer. t : 0930 Sunday School, three-
:
year-olds through adults, Bldg.
factors
Many concerning pre- ;
vention of heat injury are not tigue and hurry. Don't burn the 722; Service of Divine Worship,

being observed by. military and candleat both ends, as eight Chaplain Osman.
1100 Divine Worship, Chap-
civilian personnel aboard the I hours sleep nightly is more im-
lains Reagan and Davis.
Station. portant than ever in hot weather. 1800
Teen-Age Fellowship
,
THE HIGH temperatures of our
Bldg. 722.
climate may lead to other direct w
Now is the time to start habits 1930 United Fellowship of
and indirect injuries. Individual
which will prevent you from becoming Protestants, Bldg. 722.
susceptibility to heat disease
varies, and although acclimatization a victim of the heat this, ) .d Monday. July 7

increases tolerance to heat, or any, summer. 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722..

it confers no immunity against Wednesday July 9

heat illness. L I 1930 Principles of Christian

Over-exertion can cause heat ... .Fai tho Bldg. 722.Thursday.

injury even in mild weather. NATTC PLANK OWNER RETIRES Last Friday marked July 10

Susceptibility is greatly enhanced the end of a career that had its beginning in 1941, for Joseph 1915 All Saints' Choir Re-
"Pappy" McCants educational consultant of the AE Schools.
by illness, infections or any Fellow employees gathered around "Pappy" at an informal hearsal, All Saints' Chapel.ST. .

other febrile condition. SALTY HUMOR FROM party and presenting him with the first piece of cake is Flo
Previous history of heat Injury Anders. McCants began his employment at NATTCenter in EDWARDS' CHAPEL

blood vessel disease, skin LHEA AND'THEREMary 1941 giving him 17 years of service there. He is one of two Schedule of Masses

injury, heat rash, acute sun- plank owners who remained at NATTCenter. Sunday July 6
: "Why do you call him
burn or any condition affecting 0830-1000-Sunday.
sweat secretion or evaporation your hydromatic husband?" 0630-Daily.
Dolores: "Because he's shift- No Breaks Due "SuperChiefs'
increases. the risk. of heat injury less." ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

*
SOME GENERAL recommend- Naval Hospital0630Catholic
You can tell a married woman -
ations you should follow to avoid In ChoiceThe Mass.
heat injury are: by the ring on her finger, Duty 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
but can't tell her much.
you ship, Chaplain Bryant.
1. Overweight: Obese persons
"tolerate heat very poorly, .and new super chiefs slated to move up to E-8 and E-9 Latter Day Saints (Mormon)

now is an excellent time to bring Daffynishuns: Bacteria the rates won't get any special favors in getting shore or seat -Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751.

back of a cafeteria. assignments.. Christian Science Tuesday
your weight down and keep it
II there. This was announced, accord- 1900-Bldg. 751.

Wonder what all those catch ing to Navy Times, when the
Eat fresh green vegetables,
terms at bargain sales really Navy issued another directive
fruits milk
salads, and and avoid
mean? Here's a few with real aimed at refining and simplifying CtiJsstF/
fatty and starchy foods. ,
definitions attached: its shore-sea rotation sys-
2. Fluid intake: Ample water
Priced Lower Than Ever Be-
for enlisted
tem
men.
should be taken in small, frequent For Rent
fore: We have fastened the ALL CHIEFS whether E-7,
installments
to sufficiently 1Bdrm. with household priv.
price tags to the trouser cuffs. E-8 or E-9, will be considered in
replace loss by sweating. Suit for lady with car. 5138 Ad-
Won't Last Long At This the same category when it comesto
DURING A hot day a person miral Dr. EV 82411. Mrs. Tab-
Price: This stuff won't wear at seashore assignment.The .
doing moderately heavy labor ler.

should drink at least one quartof any price. new directive, BuPers Instruction Young couple to share house
New Winter
Shades: All the
1306.21D the
water per hour. i ,, says with elderly woman. Pvt. Bdrm.
3. Salt replacement: For acclimatized garments are turning a strange' normal tour duty is 24 months. 20-Min. from NAS. 4629 Merri-

persons, this is norm- shade of green. i4r However,' there are exceptionsin mac Ave. $55 Mo. EV 9-9773.
All Wool Worsteds Some
: are 89 rates.
in the diet.
ally provided average
worsted than others. 4Rm. Furn. Gar. Apt. 1284
However, if you're sweating excessively Shore:: duty for non-rated men EV
Arrived Just In Time For The Cassat Ave. $55 Mo. 9-9841.
doing heavy work, a graduating from Class A Schoolsor
Big Event: The stuff has been 3-Bdrm. Unfurn. house. 1789
more liberal use of salt with assigned directly from recruit
kicking around in the store'for Mayfair Rd. PO 4-4906/EL-3-
meals is desirable, or a salt training is limited to 12 months.
three 1393. Mrs. Levriett.For .
years.
tablet should be taken after TOURS ASHORE of 42 months

each meal. Salt tablets taken "So duration are due YNC, PNC, Sale
brother is
alone, though, may cause gastric ?" your a painter YN1, YN2, PN1, PN2,IIMC, JOC, 3-Bdrm. house. 5042 Home-

irritation or, nausea. HM1, PN2, JO1 and J02. Men in crest Cir. (Ortega Hills). $1300

Persons with heart or kidney "Yep. rates of DTC and DTI are due equity avail. July 1. EV 76989.Lt. .
"Paints houses I
disease should take additionalsalt presume? 48 months. Dolan.
"Nope paints and < :
,
men wo-
only under physician's di- men." Tours of 36 months are due 3-Bdrm. house. FHA appraised. -
rections. Salt tablets shouldn't be 4363 Da Vinci. $700 Dwn or
in rates of ADC ADI
"Oh, an artist? men : ,
taken by people with peptic ulcers AD2 ACC AC1 AC2 ABC GFC buy equity. EV 4-3444. Hinesley.
"Nope, he just paints men on ,
except under a physician'sdirection. one door and women on the GFl, GF2, PRC, AG1, AG2,TDC, 3-Bdrm. House. 7318 Ortega

other. S ,5 TD1, TD2, AKC, AK1, AK2, Hills Dr. FHA loan. EV 85696.
4. CLOTHING: Should be Comdr. Mitchell. '
PHC, PHI, and PH2.
worn in such a way as to pro-
"I dreamed I died last night. Thirty-month duty ashore has ,2 -Bdrm. Home. 682 Bridal
vide maximum skin ventilation,
without unnecessarily exposing "What woke you up?" been set for the following rates: Ave. (Murray Hill Sect.). Pay

the skin to bright sunlight. "The heat." BMCk QMC, SMC, RDC, SOC, TM equity and Mo. payt's of $49.To-

The time to acquire that golden GS1, GS2, ETC, ET1, ET2, IMC, tal Price $7,000. EV 4-3266/Ext-

tan is not while doing heavy Station Nursery Closed; OMC, SKC, DKC, DK1, SHC, 8246. Mrs. Adams.

DMC, DM1, DM2, ENC, MRC, 3-Bdrm. House. 6263 Arthur
labor in the but while
sun, relaxing Set To
on the beach. Reopen MondayThe ICC, DCC, PMC, CMC, CM1, Durham Dr. (Oak Hill). FHA

The rays of the sun are the NAS Jax Navy Wives' BUC, SWG, UTC, ATC/ALC, ATI, loan. EV 97711Ext8509. Trainum. -

Nursery is closed temporarilywhile ALl, AT2/AL2, AOC, AB1, AEC, .
primary cer of the etiologic skin and factor certainly in can-the workers spray facilities :!: .;.':!; .:J..ilP$ W';; !4 AMC, AMI, AM2, PR1, PR2, Miscellaneous

direct sun rays should be avoided and the area for fumigation pur- may CURVY be warm KIRBY-The where weather MLC, CEC, CDC, GDI, CD2, Leaving for Los Angeles,

by elderly persons, people poses. but this is still a good you timeof are HM2, DT2, SDC.Daffynishuns Calif., between July 15 and 20.

with history of skin cancers and The Nursery closed today and year to Journey to the Looking for serviceman' to help

those with most skin conditions. will remain closed through the balmy land of Miami Beach. : Perfectionist drive. Rev. F. K. Barta. EV-

5. Sunglasses: These are definitely weekend, reopening Monday of Lovely the reasons Delores for Kirby visiting is one the one who takes great pains and 94877.

useful in reducing glare morning. Gold Coat resort. gives them to other people.

and will prevent much eye fatigue -

and enable one to see better Vacation Bible School Registration SetThe I (Continued from Page 1))

in the bright sun.
6. CLEANLINESS: Take a Vacation Bible School of -class--will-- ---go- to the Protestant ROute and schedule of the bus Theatre, Building 612, on July 11,

complete shower or bath daily, the All Saints' Protestant Chapel Activities and Sunday School will be printed in next week's with the best acts appearing at

wear clean under-clothing and which is slated to meet July Building (No. 722)) for individ- Air News. 2000 the same day, at King Hall

make frequent changes of work 7-18, announces further plans ual meetings. bible (NATTCenter Auditorium).
enroll for the
clothing. Change shoes on alter- including a dedication service of Plans call for a dedication Pupils may this Saturday The two best acts chosen at
school at Building 722 -
nate days and wear clean socks bible school workers and trans- service for teachers and helpersof and the evening performance will
July 5, between 1400
in the Sixth Naval Dis-
daily. portation for residents in Dewey the school at the 1100 serviceof complete

Have any fungus infection of Park to the school. worship next Sunday, July 1600. I trict competition July 23.

the feet treated promptly. Avoid Opening exercises at 0830 each 6, at All Saints' Chapel. Persons desiring to assist with Eventual winners of the All-

this infection by treating your day will take place in All Saints' Bus transportation to and from the school should contact either Navy Talent Contest must survive -

feet with powder or by. frequent Chapel with a brief worship the daily sessions will be pro- Anne Davison at EV 8-4012 or a series of elimination con-

sock changes. service. vided residents of the Dewey Chaplain E. M. Reagan Jr., at tests, and will appear on the Ed

7. Rest: Avoid excessive fa- Then each department and Park area. extension 8479. Sullivan TV show Aug. 3.



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