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.. ( I 4e VP.18 Plays Important



{ BZij Role In Cone Recovery



r "It looked like a meteor with three vapors trailing be-

hind it," recalled George Addleman, AT2, and Lt (jg) R. C.

t ttI Williams, as they described descent of the nose cone of the

Army's Jupiter C-l rocket fired last Thursday.Ltjg .
) Williams and Addleman,
bow of one of two P2V-7 Nep-
two of the twenty men and officers -
tunes station when he
9 on saw
of Patrol Squadron 18
the and the alarm."I .
cone gave
who returned Friday from a
missile spotting and recovery spotted the missile about

mission in the mid-Atlantic, are 15 or 20 miles away", continued
Addleman, "The third stage was
credited with being the first men
burning up and it was coming
in VP-18 to sight the it
nose as
down at a 45 degree angle. It
Vi ;! hurtled through clouds towardthe must have been six or seven

s Atlantic off Antigua Island. seconds after we saw it beforeit

ADDLEMAN was sitting in the disappeared through the
CONE SPOTTERS Crew clouds below us."

10 of VP.18 lines up before itt Jax-based VP-18, led by Cmdr.C. .
P2V-7 Neptune. The crew 10.
J. Zane assigned the
cated was
nose cone of the Jupiter
rocket fired last Thursday.Left mission to spot the cone and to
to right, Lt (jg) R. W help in efforts of salvaging it.
Lyster Jr.: John Haynie, A03: J11X The Jupiter was fired on its
Eugene Graves AD3 Lcdr. R.
:
mile flight from Ca-
1,500 Cape
G. Brannen Jr.: Lt (jg) R. E.
Williams: G. Addleman, AT2: naveral Missile Test Center at

C. D. Anlles, AD3, J. F. Boyd, ATC, and H. O. Jacobs, AT3. -
LCDR. R. G. Brannen Jr., com-
--
manding one of the two P2V-7's

3788 Win VoL 16 No. 17 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 24 July 1958 that had been patroling the At-
lantic since 2200 Wednesday, six

hours before the cone sighting,
Hikes \ CG Reserves
To described it as a "bright flare

K like a Roman candle with a

E-4 Grade '1 Aboard For tail." Commanding the other

Neptune, Lt. Comdr. R. Dannet-
o ;wyy
Approval for the promotion of M Annual TourAbout tell said the descent was "re- .
3788 W> markable to behold."
men to P03 effective Sept. } gS
16 was given by the Navy this ., 500 men of the Coast Both planes were at about

week, according to Navy Times. ; .+3 Guard Reserve will receive 8,000 feet altitude when the

The new third class petty officers : : ;: ::: : -5, training at NAS Jax this cone was spotted. Both crews

will be the last to be pro- summer. saw several parts of what might

moted as a result of special tests The first group of 100 is now ,have been the second and third

for third class only. 55555 5* S in training here. They're billetedin stages of the rocket.

The Navy started the special Building 592 at NATTCenter, Officers said the cone dropped

tests two years ago to bolster the where headquarters of the train- "very closely" into the target
sagging petty officer structure. s ing command is located.
3 aP area. Antigua Island is approx-
Tests were given twice yearly, COMDR. WILLIAM Main ofF imately two hundred miles east

in May and in November.Last t. Lauderdale is officer-in- of the Caribbean's Virgin Islands.

month, however, the charge, with Lcdr. Thomas THURSDAY'S sighting is the
Navy announced it has ended Becton of Fernandina Beach,
third for VP-18 in the last year
giving these special tests, saying serving as training officer, and
and the first cone sighting fromouter
they had served their purpose. fi Lt. Luther Smith of Jackson-
space. VP-18 sighted its
Almost all who ville executive officer.
passed the 0 ,
first cone on Aug. 7, 1957 and
May special exams were pro- Officers and men from Organ-
its second May 17.
ANOTHER MILESTONE The first two sections of a
moted. 100-foot radar tracking tower, one of two to be constructed as ized Reserve training units of "A question always arises
The promotions will be madein part of the Radar Air Traffic Control Center here, are being the Seventh Coast Guard Dis- hit
whether we can get by one
17 rating groups, including a readied for placement. Located adjacent to the Operations trict will receive practical train- "
number of emergency service Building, 100 feet apart, the towers will house radar tracking ing to enable them to be famil- of these cones, said Cmdr. Dan-
equipment, with the screen atop. The new and highly improved nettell "I would say the chancesare
ratings. NAS Jax Informationand
iar with duties
control will add safety they will per-
radar and equipment an important new very slight.
Education Office will receive factor to the air traffic control system in Jacksonville. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4)

results soon. ..... Shortly after the cone drop-
-
Following are some results,by ( ped past them, both P2V-7's

ratings, of the May examina- New Club For POIs P02s swept low over the Atlantic and

tions: r discovering its position, notified

For AE, 519 took the tests, four especially-equipped ships of
with 321 For Near FutureConversion the Navy's search and recovery
advancing; for AG, 95, Reported force-three DE's and the sub-
63; AQ, 143, 96; AT, 617, 386;
marine vessel USS Es-
EM, 809, 505; ET, 559, 365; GF, of Building 721 into a new P02 and P01 rescue
which later the in-
picked
48, 27; GS, 30, 19{ ; IC, 346, 199; Club is being studied this week by a five member committee cape strument-packed, out of the

OM, 6, 2, and QM, 249, 170. appointed by NAS Jax Executive Officer, Comdr. GraystonH. water.A cone

Also RD, 562, 355; RM, 938, Weber.
565; SM, 256, 169; SO, 247, 146; "This club is absolutely neces- } PARACHUTE arrested the

TM, 158, 96, and UT, 41, 25. sary and the sooner we get it the conversion."The fall of the cone while a balloon
old BOQ buildings 712 and dye marker held the cone
the better, said NAS Jax Spe-
MDBS Payment Due cial Services Officer Lcdr. W. H. 714 and 804 were considered," position.up in the water and marked its

Mutual Death Benefit Society Murphy, chairman of the ,PO said Lcdr. Murphy, "but Build-. 0
"Special credit should be givento
members are reminded that Club Committee.THE ing 721 seems the most logical
the frogmen in the recovery
assessment No. 100 is payablenow COMMITTEE is to pre- because being an old mess hall, work," said Comdr. Zane. "I
through close of business
sent its floor plans to Public it, has fewer bulkheads to tear have witnessed them diving into
tomorrow (Friday).
I Positively no payment can be Works which will draw up the down and it also has refrigerator :N T Yf .r shark infested waters withoutthe

accepted after tomorrow.The blue prints and estimate cost of' (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) least concern. To" me this
shows great daring.


I Station ''Invaded By 266 Midshipmen. I reflected Importance in successful of the latest recoveryof test,

I the cone, is that the Army

first contingent of Naval,. The 266 Midshipmen will be Jacksonville.Prior has found a solution to problemof
Academy Midshipmen, some 266 I
|. divided into four groups, the"Crusaders" to arrival here, the "Mid- the warhead burning away
flew into NAS Jax Monday
strong, from friction formed with its
Demons"
Skyrays"and dies" three week
completed a
morning to take part in the w
into the earth's atmos-
"Skywarriors. These groups TRAMID amphibious exercise at re-entry
local training'phase of the Academy's -
will rotate training with Fleet Naval Amphibious Base, Little'Creek phere.
1958 Aviation Summer
Training Program. Air Jax squadrons at NAS Jax, Va., a one-week stay at : 'tLI This operation "is a good ex-

NAS Cecil Field, NAS Glynco, the Naval Development Center ample of coordination of the

This group, to be followed by Ga. and with submarines operating I and Material Center in Philadelphia -. ; ,.,;" b _."' <<....M_ services" said Capt. D. E. Mac-
two other battalions of equal from Mayport. followed with flight vAHOYI-First! of more than intosh, Commander Fleet Air

strength scheduled to arrive in Midshipman training in this I training at Anacostia, D. C. 260 Naval Academy Midshipmen Wing 11, because the missilewas
August, will gain a knowledgeof walk off plane at NAS an Army missile, fired froman
area is under overall supervision This summer marks the sec- Jax arrival for four
aviation and supporting activities upon days Air Force base and recoveredby
with emphasis on their of Rear Admiral Wendell G. ond time a group like this has training. This was one of six the Navy. VP-18 is part
groups of "Middies" that came
role in the Naval establishment Switzer, Commanding Flee Air (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 1)) from Pensacola. of ComFair Wing 11.



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24 July 19
Page I JAX AIR NEWS

Voting Information 24


Jtl -S Aviation Mark PostedA Safety Poll Tax Is A Must V


HAS JackioBTllI new milestone in Naval Voters Of TexasServicemen
Capt Elliott W. Parish Jr. ........ .... .. Commanding Officer For
Comdr. Grayston II. Weber ..... ...... .......... .... Executive Officer aviation safety was established -
NAB Six; FI..t Air .Isck.onvUl.Rear at the end of fiscal 1958 Texas must have paid the state's poll] rr
Adm. Wendell G. Switzer .. ... ... ........ ... .. CommanderCapt. from
Seth S. Searcy Jr. ................. ... .... ... . ... Chief of Staff FairJax with an estimated record low tax by Feb. 1, 1958, in order to vote this year.
Capt. Macpherson Williams .Fleet..... ....Air...... ..Wing....... ..Eltvvn.... ... Chief of Staff NAB Six rate of 2.84 accidents per Absentee ballots can be obtained from the County Clerk elm

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ......... ..................... ................................................ CommanderCapt. 10,000 flying hours. home county. A Federal Postcard Application may be
Thomas S. White ......................................... ........ ... ......... .. Chief Staff Officer nf the l
Naval Air Technical Training C.nlr This is a reduction of eight i used; application may be made '
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ............................................... .......... Commanding Officer or reason for exemption, to the lEt
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman ............................................. ... .. .......... Executive Officer percent from fiscal year 1957 I by letter or in person. County Tax Collector.For .

Capt. Alton C. Abemethy ... .......Naval..............Hospital..... ... ....... ... .......... Commanding Officer rate. An application must be accom- further details, see your !
NARTU The new mark is a resultof the poll tax receipt,
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .. .. ... ...... ........ .......... ...... .. .. Commanding Officer panied by voting officer. (AFPS). tl
Comdr William E. Hardy ............*................................... .... .... ......Executive Officer 91 major aircraft accidents or a sworn statement that the
that did not happen solely receipt has been lost or mislaid.If P
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Floridaat
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 due to outstanding aircraft application is made by letter -
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel accident prevention efforts by DIAPER J
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training it should explain why an
Naval Center, Fleet .Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. all hands, according to a absentee ballot is requested. 1
Hospital.Service
Information Officer ............. Comdr. Charles M. Thomas message from Navy Aviation 'It is suggested, but not re- DOINGSTwentyseven {
Assistant Service Information Officer .... ..... .. .... Andrew H. Planey Center to CMC.
Editor Gordon Robbie' Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; Mary Safety quired, that the application con- births
Ann Klrchner SN; Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings SN. Sff Photographer Due to safety improvementin tain a statement that at the time largest
Jerry Dalrymple, AN. number in many weeks, I
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. fiscal 1958, the Navy saved the serviceman began his current were
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is $25 million in material and of recorded at the Naval Hospital
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo active duty he was a resident
graphs.Editorial. priceless savings in lives. to which he is apply- last week.
offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone the county Answering the roll were: Girl, 1
extensions 81M. 8348 272 or 210. ing.
Katherine Lynn, to Edmond !
made in
Application can be ,
Clerk'soffice Murphy, AT2, and Mrs. Murphy, I.
the
at County
person June 30 Girl, Susan Elizabeth
; ,
not earlier than Oct. 15 or
ScoutingVAP62
I to Frederick Hill, AEC, and Mrs.
later than Oct. 31
e Ballots will be mailed to votersas Hill, July 1; Girl, Camela Kae,
to Elva Peck, CM2, and Mrs.
but not later
soon as possible,
VAP-62 will hold an open than the fourth day before the Peck, July 1.

house for relatives and guests of ss +x e # election. Ballots should be marked Also, Boy, Gary Hampton, to

personnel this Friday. The and mailed back to County Bob Bischoff, EM2, and Mrs.

squadron will stand a personnel Clerk between Oct. 15-31, and Bischoff; Boy, Michael Jr., to

inspection by the commandingofficer should be returned by 1300, Nov. Michael Sterenchak, AE1, and

who will be accompaniedby p + 4. Poll tax receipts will be returned Mrs. Sterenchak; Girl, Janice

a lady guest selected from to voters about 30 days Sue, to J. T. Tuck, SN, and Mrs.
'.
those attending. later. Tuck, all on July 2.

After the inspection, an open Besides paying a poll tax, Fourth of July saw the following -

house will be held to show what T Texas requires that the serviceman births: Boy, Tad Andrews, to

VAP-62 does in the Navy. Rf be US citizen, at least 21 Adolph Dyboswki, ADC, and

Robert Dahl passed out cigars years of age on the day of the Mrs. Dyboswki; :Boy, Jimmy Jr.,

and strutted around the hangar election, and a resident of the to Jimmy Adams, HN, and Mrs.

with the "Boot Chief" sign as state for a year and of the coun- Adams; Girl, Patricia Marion, to

he celebrated promotion to AEC. w ty of residence for six months.A James Greene, PHI, and Mrs.
Newcomers for the week include "n......"... ...,....".......w__ ..,,_ m..v _,...._.. ,.--.YNo"nV.'. serviceman on active duty Greene; Girl, Julie Ann, to Vin-

Louis Basile, YNT3, from NAVY EXCHANGE SEMINAR Lcdr. V. P. Moore, may vote only in the county in cent Iaquinto, CSC (Ret.), and
(standing) addresses delegates to the Navy Ships Store Office
Key West, Franklin Hall PIll
,
Seminar held at NAS Jax July 1618. The Seminar met at Snug which he was living when he Mrs. Iaquinto, and Boy, Mat-
from Key West, Daniel SweeneyAD2 Harbor. Building 517 with people in attendance from San Juan. began his active duty. If he thew William, to Donald Mc-

from Charleston, Fonso Guantanamo Bay South Carolina, Texas. Tennessee, Georgia, changes his county of residence Murray, EM2, and Mrs. McMur-
Chandler, BM1, from NATT- Louisiana and Jac1 sonvllle. One Purpose of the gatheringwas while in service he cannot vote

AR Center Jax, and Charles Dunn, to review existing NSSO methods. unless he re-establishes residence ray.Other births included: Boy,
from Charleston.
there. Maurice Chester III to Sgt. and
'Nestor Noggin' Features ,
VP-16 The Texas poll tax for 1958 Mrs. Maurice Grant, July 5;

The squeal of moving desks election covers all persons who Boy, Lawrence Robert Jr., toSgt.
,
Exchange SeminarA were between 21 and 60
Navy yearsof Mel-
chairs, file cabinets and lockersin / and Mrs. Lawrence
age on Jan. 1, 1957. Persons lott 6 James Carl, to
July Boy,
Hangar 140 is to ;
beginning Store Office Seminar held in Build-
who
Navy Ships was were younger than 21, or and Mrs.
Carl Treece, CD3,
die down as Patrol Squadron 16 517 16-18 with 35 from who
ing July delegates Navy Exchange were not Texas residents, Treece, July 6; Girl, Elizabeth
completes its move into new facilities in the Southeast in attendance.The on that date are exempt from AN
office following its return Jay, to Edward Jemmott, ,
spaces seminar
three-day was the
tax, but must obtain
from deployment.With When final details are ironed exemp- and Mrs. Jemmott, July 7; Boy.
conducted by Lcdr. V. 'P. Moore tion certificates
later
not than
out Nestor will be given homeat James Alan to Samuel Cox,
its new skipper, Comdr.J. and T. E. Cronin of the Navy a Oct. 4. ,
W. Clark, and new executive Ships Store Office in Brooklyn, the Navy Ships Store Officein An exemption certificate can be AK1, and Mrs. Cox, July 7; and

officer, Comdr. L. T. Barco, ,VP- N. Y. Brooklyn. obtained Girl, Laura Jean, to Thomas
16 is busy settling down to a Attending the seminar from by sending a request Martin, AO2, and Mrs. Martin,
OF the seminar with a statement thJ
PURPOSE was sworn of
normal routine. this area were: Comdr. J, H. also July 7.

The squadron is hosting 23 to review existing Exchange and Whitener, NAS Jax Navy Ex- July 8 new arrivals were: Boy
Store Office meth-
Brazilian enlisted men and five Navy Ships change Officer; Lt. G. C. War- Dale Russell, to Jimmie McSor-

officers here learning P2V main- ods, to ascertain advisability and to deter-of neke, CWO J. H. Freel, C. Navy Wives ley, DC3, and Mrs. McSorley;
using a computer
tenance procedures. Marchus, H. Rutledge, P. J. Di- Girl, Donna Lynn, to Donald
which electronic
mine system
Ensign Walter Bayer was com- would best suit the needs. tursi, Miss Betty Bieneman and Saunders, AM2, and Mrs. Saunders -
missioned July 11. He was sworn Mrs. Mildred Varenholt. CornerNavy ; Boy, David Russell, to S/Sgt.
in by Comdr. Clark. Delegates were welcomed by and Mrs. William Kirk;

Ensign Bayer had served with 'Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler, NAS Enlisted Clothing Wives Club No. 86 held Girl, Karey Lynn, to Lt (jg)

,the Navy as an enlisted man Jax Supply Officer. its regular meeting at the Dewey and Mrs. Richard Fritchtenicht,

for ten and a half years and was Under discussion was Univac Allowance Kept Park Clubhouse last Wednes- and Girl,. Angela Jacqueline, to
an Aviation Technician First File Computer Model One, refer- day. Hostesses were Mrs. Donald Sgt. and Mrs. Horrid Jones.

Class prior to being commissioned red to "as "Nestor, the NSSO At Same Rates Ambrose and Mrs. Lawrence Ai/ong late arrivals last week

under the LDO plan. Noggin. Monthly clothing allowancesfor Watermolen. were: Baby Boy to SP3 and Mrs

After completion of a seven NAME OF the newest Ships' the current fiscal year will! Mrs. Barney Meyers regret- Johnnie Carter, July 9; Girl,

week officer indoctrinationcourse Store Office "employee" is derived remain unchanged for Naval enlisted fully submitted her resignationas Avis Yvonne, to SP3 and Mrs

at Newport, R. I., Ensign from the Greek legendary men and women, at six president. Members, aware Henry Fisher, July 9; Girl, Car-
payer will be given a new' fleet figure, King Nestor, a warrior dollars, but new sailors and Ma- that the job is a full-time responsibility men Angeles, to Ernesto Danila

assignment or sent to a collegeor before the days of Troy and a rines will receive a smaller and knowing of Mrs. SD3, and Mrs. Danila, July to;

university where he will be wise counselor to the people. clothing allowance as set recently Meyers' employment schedule, Girl, Lisa Dianne, to Franklin

given the opportunity to complete Nestor, when put into use by by Defense Department.The even more regretfully accepted Jones, AD2, and Mrs. Jones, July

his college education. NSSO, will assume duties of invoice special initial clothing allowance her resignation.The 10, and Boy, James Mark, to

Three new officers have recently processing, operating state- for Naval aviation cadets Club feels it has a most Charles Wright, CD2, and Mrs

checked in. They are ment preparation, sales, inven- and aviation officer candi- loyal and level-headed successor Wright, July 10.

Comdr. L. T. Barco, new execu- tory, expense forecasting, plant dates was cut from $257.45 to in Mrs. James Murphy.

tive officer, from War College, account, equipment controls and $229.35. Wives of enlisted men of the Oklahoma Native Gains

Newport, R. I., Lt. H L. Gal- capital expenditure budgeting.This Navy corpsmen with Fleet Navy and Marine Corps are invited Honor At AOA) School

lagher, from VW-2, Patuxent almost human machine Marine Force units will have to attend future meetings Eddie Schimmels, AOAN, o>

River, Md; and Ensign John boasts a family tree dating backto their initial special allowance reduced of the Navy Wives Club. Next Putnem, Okla., gained top hon

Donohue, from NATTCenter. Stone Age days., from $199.61 to $104.18. get-together is slated Wednes- ors in last week's graduation at

Leaving this week is Lt (jg) VERSATILE and extremely The big drop in this allowanceis day, July 30 at 1930 at the Aviation Ordnancemen School,

James Cartwright, being dis- accurate, this machine is also due to the organizationaltypeuniforms clubhouse. Class A, at NATTCenter.

charged from active duty. He considered "stupid," for without for which corpsmen no Game nights at the Club are Schimmels, who entered the

plans to enter the graduate col- man to tell' it what to do,. the longer have to pay, but whichare I held every Thursday at 1930. Navy in December, 1957, will

lege at the University of Copen- genius is completely at a loss furnished. them by the Ma- Come on out and take home report to Moffet Field, Calif., fc!
hagen this fall. for it has no "brain" of its own. rine Corps. some ,of the prizes. ,duty.



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24 July 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



I Will Cost Penny More For Regular Mail Starting Aug. 1 1.., ",,:

-
New postal rates on domestic
'loll first class mail go into For the serviceman, first class ounce will remain at eight cents. fice and mail delivered by Navy

effect August 1. mail overseas will be covered by However, each additionalounce personnel should bear the zone I I,

'rk IN THE regular mail depart- the new domestic rat e. And will cost five cents Instead number 12. i f

be ment, the one-time three-cent overseas airmail to and from of four. Overseas airmail Mail delivered through NATT- 1 M' ,l
letter will now cost four cents. APO and FPO addresses will rates for non-military addresseswill Center's post office is Jackson- 1! 1

the The postal card made the jumpto take the new seven-cent do- remain unchanged at 15 ville 13 and through the Naval 1 ,;.
three mestic stamp. Jacksonville 14. ,.
cents. cents. Hospital, .- ." '.

mr Air mail letters will be hikedto FOR OVERSEAS mail goingto FOR CONVENIENCE of the Use of postal zone numberson ....'. .,1-\,... t<..., .......
seven cents with air mail non-military addresses, the \ '
Station post office facility, all mail makes for quicker serv- If ,
postal cards selling for a nickel. first class rate for the first mail going to Mainside post of- ice and less delay. With TheToastmasters

------ --
... ..

1 Jax AF Squadron :. ; Fleet Reserves

Officers' Wives ; "Rain" Rainwater is scheduledto
: Slate. ContestTo
r represent the Navy Jax Of-
?st ft
ficers' Toastmasters Club in the

'retal Forming Group679th ; Pick ThemeThe Jacksonville Area Speech Con-

AC&W Air Force Squadron : : Fleet Reserve Associationhas test Saturday at the Mayflower
officers' wives ; plotel.
rl, met for a announced rules for a song
ldIY delightful luncheon at the Officers { contest designed to find a suit- A Club speech contest saw
Club at NAS Jax last Rainwater emerge the winner
; 'f able theme song for the 51,000
over opponents Chuck Neelley
h, Thursday.A member career enlisted man's ,
Don Dougherty and Curt Kretz-
Hawaiian theme was car- organization.The .
1'5.e schmann.The .
ried on throughout the luncheonand
contest is open to all reg-
5. entertainment was providedby ular and reserve members of victory also marked himas

Mrs. Jean LeCompte, who the Navy and Marine Corps and first recipient of the new

toS. presented the "Mililani Dancers," members of the Fleet Reserve Speaker-of-the-Week trophy to
. a group of nine girls and three Association and its Ladies Auxi- be displayed at the 'O' Club
boys. this week.
o liary.
d Two new members were hon- The entry must be an original Lou Sartor toastmastered the
e ored at the meeting by the mebdy with singable lyrics that contest while Bill Barron assistedas
hostess Mrs. Van ... master evaluator. 24 hours
s. Roy Rope. They appropriately express the spiritof
were Mrs. Barbara Scovell, Suf- K { the FRA. befpre the contest, speakers were
folk County AFB, Long Island, given three titles from which
Name of the must
and Mrs. Vola Davison, of composer they chose one as topic for their
o not appear on the compositionbut
Springfield, Mo. five to seven minute speech.
d his or her name and address

., Mrs. Van Rope invites all Air ., .'_'. =-0< .. .. Civilian .
should be in a scaled envelope
;. Force officers wives in this vic- INCOMING, OUTGOING Capt. Thomas B. Haley, (seat. Navy Toastmasters,
inity to attend the next meet- ed) recently arrived at NAS Jax to take over duties of Over. attached to the song. I along with other TM clubs in
I 0i haul and Repair Officer, is briefed by Capt. James H. SmithJr. Entries should be sent to the the area, are looking forwardto
ing. Those interested should call ., Assistant O & R Officer. Capt. Haley relieves Capt. Wil. the Area Speakoff Saturdayat
Mrs. Van Rope at EV 4-3094. liam Dunn, transferred to NAS Norfolk, Va. Capt. Haley came National Secretary, Fleet Re-
1930 the
at
I here from duty at the Bureau of Aeronautics as Component serve Association, 1303 New Mayflower Roof.
Lawton Green will
Development Officer.Capt. carry colorsof
Hampshire Ave., Washington 6, the Civilian Toastmasters.At .

Haley Assumes D. C., postmarked no later than Tuesday evening's session,

midnight Sept. 1, 1958. members were briefed in the
first lesson on parliamentary

procedure with Mike Cascone .
I ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Post O&R
Of OfficerCapt.
Sunday, July 27 Marines Add handling the chores, with nine
members participating.Ben .

year-olds 0930-Sunday through School adults, three-, Bldg. Thomas B. Haley has officially taken over dutiesof Another TripoliThe Ballering, Gordon King
Overhaul and Repair Officer at NAS Jax.
and Lawton Green delivered
722; Service of Divine Worship, Marines that went
Chaplain Osman.1100Divine Capt. Haley relieves Capt. post-graduate student at Anna- ashore in Lebanon landed basic training speeches with
William Dunn, transferred to
Worship, Chap- polis from 1936-38 and receiveda near Tripoli. But it's not the Ballering elucidating on "A Re-
Norfolk, Va., last month. In the "
lains Reagan and Davis. SmithJr. master's degree in aeronauticale same city immortalized in the buttal; King speaking on "Henri
interim Capt. James H. "
1800-Teenage Fellowship, Bldg. engineering from MIT in Corps' battle hymn. Coanda; and Green presenting
Assistant O&R Officer, was
"
"Let's Have Life.
a Long
722. The historic Tripoli is now
acting O&R Officer. 1939.He
1300-United Fellowship of served as executive officer one of the capital cities of Evaluators, headed by Frank
Protestants, Beach party. THE VARIED duties of O & aboard the USS Boxer in the Libya on the south shore of Roberts were Walt Stanul, Rod

Monday, July 28 R Officer are not new to Capt. Pacific Theatre in 1945 and was the Mediterranean, about Pinney and Bill Clearman. Jim,

1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. Haley, having held a similar promoted to captain in 1948. 1,000 miles west of Lebanon's Leggett was toastmaster, while

Thursday, July 31 post at NAS Norfolk from 1949- Capt. Haley and his wife have Tripoli.It Aubrey Silvey was lexicologist.

1915-All Saints' Choir Re- 51. three children. A son, David, was in 1801 that the Ma- Members decided to hold din-

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel.ST. Prior to coming here, Capt. ;20, lives in Arlington, Va. They rines stormed ashore in the ner meetings every other week

EDWARDS CHAPEL Haley was attached to Bureauof have two daughters, Nancy, 11, North African Tripoli, in until further notice.IMAWS .
Sunday, July 27 Aeronautics as Component and Betty 13, who reside with action then against the Bar-
0830-1000 Daily. Development Officer in Washington their parents in Quarters "H" bary Coast pirates. (AFPS.)

0630Daily.ST. D.. C. aboard the Station. Chief

LUKE'S CHAPEL Capt. Haley, who boasts 28

Naval Hospital years service, is also a qualified $950 Richer
0630-Catholic Mass pilot. Not all O & R 'Officersare I

0930-Service of Divine Worship necessarily pilots. .
: After
: ContestAlbert
Chaplain Bryant. THE LEBANON, Tenn., nativeis

Latter Day Saints (Mormon- a graduate of the Naval Acad- Rose, AOC, 18 ad i n g
Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. emy class of 1930. He was a chief of the Naval Air Weapons

Christian Science Tuesday (t'7 Systems School at NATTCenter,
1900-Bldg. 751. House Asks 'Open' / ]was $950 richer last week when

informed he was the winnerin

Minn. Ohio Vets Fleet ReserveA the prizewords puzzle contest
sponsored by a local paper.
Get Korea BonusKorean bill to allow Navy and kEI4uL: The prize, untouched for 20
Marine enlisted reserves to join
veterans of Minnesotaand weeks, is the first such winningsthe
Ohio are urged to file for the Fleet Reserve just like reg- chief has ever won. He had

bonus payments being made by ulars has been passed by the been submitting entries for 24

these states to servicemen and House.At weeks, and has missed the top

women of the Korean conflict. money on two occasions by just
present, the non egulars one letter.
For Minnesota vets, applica- fall into two categories. Thosein F h { Y
"Just a little patience was all
tion be obtained forms and from instructions the Korean may the reserves on Jan. 1, 1953. that was needed," the chief ex-

Bonus Division, Veterans Serv- who retire before Jan. 1, 1973, plained.

ice Building, St. Paull, Minn. may get 50 percent of active Rose, a veteran of 20 years

Ohio veterans may get appli- pay, never more, regard- "' '''''_, ..JI..w.-- .... Naval service, will put his win-
cations and questionnaires by less of years served in excess of WINS TOP PRIZE Albert Rose, AOC, leading chief at nings toward the purchase ofa
Writing to G. W. Goble of the the Naval Air Weapons Systems School at NATTCenter, explains home when he retires from the
Compensation Fund, 20. to Mrs. Rose Feher the technique he used in winning service. '
Korean Newer reserves may only gets $950 in a puzzle contest sponsored by a local paper. After He now makes his home in
Columbus, Ohio. several close tries in the contest, Rose finally captured the
Deadline for filing in both at age 60, the pay earned under prize. Mrs. Feher is secretary for Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., Dewey Park with his wife, Elsie,
states is December 31. the point system of Public SlO. NATTCenter commanding officer. and son, Dale.II .



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24 July 1958
Pig. 4 JAX AIR NEWS .

Salk Shots Given HeroPersonnel :; ."
'f I'_ '

,
Advised To ,, ','


Get Polio VaccinationHad AV '

1 x Thursday, July 24

your polio shots yet? If not, better get them quick. '. !. .! Mainside -Snorkel (murder)
According to 'Dr. James Bond of the Florida State Boardof with Peter Van Eyck and Betta

Health, -polio is on the increase in Florida.Up t Ni p St. John. Also, Best of the West.

toweek ago, Florida York
NATTCenter Sgt.
the Salk series as soon as pos-
had 22 more cases of polio than sible. (WW I drama) with Gary

the same date last year. Dr. Cooper and Walter Brennan.
Bond says this is the year fora No appointments are neces- ; and the
Ape
Also, Monster ,
sary to receive polio shots at the pit
natural upturn in figures.
Dependents Clinic on the Sta- Chapter 13.Hospital .
CAPTAIN K. R. Whitney, tion. Shots are given Monday- Old Yeller (color
Medical Officer of NAS Jax
reports -
with Fess Parker and
Friday from 0900-1100 and 1300- drama)
so far there are no known 1530. Dorothy McGuire. Also, Jerry'sCousin.

cases of polio among Navy per- : '' PTTb .
THERE ARE approximately
sonnel or dependents on the
200 polio shots given a week Friday, July 25.
Station.
aboard the Station and during My } }: ?: Mainside Secret Place
Capt. Whitney urges all mili- June, 1,098 shots were receivedby JOIN COMMISSIONED u. RANKS Many men throughoutthe (drama) with Belinda Lee and

tary personnel, dependents, and military personnel and de- Navy are wearing broad grins after receiving commissionsas Ronald Lewis. Also, Nearly
civilians to protect against this pendents. Ensigns in the Navy's Limited Duty Officer program. Two Wed.
crippling disease by receiving proud' members of VAP-62 are included in this group. The Snorkel.
There is no age barrier, de- former enlisted men 'are Ensign Harry Boomer, (left) former NATTCenter -
pendeiits receive shots from the PHC, and Ensign Charles Mills ex-ADl. Presenting them their Hospital Sgt. York.
age of six months on. The Salk commissions and congratulations is Comdr. H. W. Drum, (right) Saturday, July 26

series consists of three shots overa commanding officer of VAP-62 Mainside Bambi (color ani-

period of eight months. Pass The Turkey Roll mated fairy tale). Also, Too Booor
According to the State Boardof Not To Boo and Slip Us Some

Health, there are nearly three Halls PonderConvenience' Redskin.
Fleet Chow
SALTY HUMOR POM quarter of a million people in Kiddie matinee (Mainside)

HERE AND THEME Florida under forty years of age The Command (color drama)
that have made no attempt to Foods Use with Guy Madison and John

Heard about the fellow who protect themselves from polio. when it to Weldon. Also, Monster and the
Navy food experts are not asleep comes
spent his entire enlistment THERE ARE of Ape, Chapter 13.
many types bringing -to-date food innovations to hungry sailors of
throwing stones at gulllikebirds up
polio in.varying degrees. The NATTCenter Secret Place.
? ECHO virus frequently mistakenfor the fleet. Hospital Snorkel.

He didn't leave a tern un- polio has been found in )?lor- Where atomic energy will be store more in less space. Sunday, July 27
stoned driving many of our ships of the On the civilian market, com-
ida. ECHO is a mild disease resembling Mainside Across the Bridge
non-paralytic polio, future, manpower will still be parable items can be found (suspense) with Rod Steiger and

Daffynishuns:, Sack Dress-- which is probably transmittedfrom fueled by the food sailors eat. among the "convenience" foods, Maria Landi.NATTCenter.

Like prohibition, the joints are person to person. Good NAVY TECHNOlogists, work- such as instant coffees and juices Bambi.

still there but they're harderto personal health and sanitationis ing on the fact that nuclear- and the pre-cut, trimmed. and Hospital Secret Place.

find. the best protection against it powered ships, capable of cruis- packaged meats. Monday, July 28

Daffynishuns: Conferencea according to Dr. Bond. ing many thousands of miles By using the USS Nautilus as Mainside Ride a Crooked

meeting of the bored. Dr. Bond said "as many as without refueling, can increase a floating food lab, commissary Trail (color western) with Au-

I 500 cases of polio could occur their effective range by carry- researchers were able' to evalu- die Murphy and Gia Scala. Also,

"For years I've been weighing among the unimmunized personsin ing a plentiful food supply, are ate acceptability of the newer Hurray All Boats.NATTCenter .

myself on one of those scales the state if the case rate goesas trying to develop "good thingsin ration dense foods. Across 't he

that prints those little cards," high as it did in 1954." small packages" in order to DURING A 43-day cruise the Bridge.

said the man at the bar. "WhenI nuclear-powered submarine Hospital Bambi.

started I weighed 142 pounds. served these products along with Tuesday, July 29

Now I weigh almost 175." regular provisions. Some items Mainside Flaming Frontier

"How come you weigh so showed a savings of up to 50% (outdoor drama) with Bruce
their "non-dense" counter-
much?," the bartender asked. over Bennett and Jim Davis.

parts. NATTCenter Ride a Crooked
"I don't k now, came theman's Included among the productswere
reply. "I it's be- Trail.
guess
six-way boneless beef
,
pre-
Hospital Across the
cause my pockets are full of Bridge.
fried bacon, diced potatoes, tur-
Wednesday, July 30
those little cards.
key roll, j juices and desserts. '
Mainside-Revenge of Frank
Canned cheese four
(
spreads
Sweet enstein (color horror) with i
Young Thing: "How
flavors!
) needing no refrigeration -
Peter Cushing and Eunice
successful Gay-
many jumps does a
well liked the
were so by
paratrooper ,have to make be- a $ } submarine's crew that the boat son. Also, Monster and the Ape,
Chapter 14.NATTCenterFlaming.
fore he's ready for combat?" ran out of crackers within a
Trooper: "All of them." j4)Ss' month. Front-
ier. .
*
Another reason that man's best I ; k Hospital Ride a Crooked

friend is a dog is that we know I v National Wave Trail.

he isn't after our job. One lady driver to another:
M rtr y. Y "The thing I don't like most

"What does this mean?" growled Reunion SlatedAbout about parking is that loud

the customer in the crash.
greasy, 1000 Waves are expected -
spoon. "There's a cockroach in
to converge on Detroit for ----- -- -----
the bottom of my cup." the annual reunion of women in x
e
"Listen, bud." said the pro- .: the Navy this weekend.

prietor, "if you want your fortune Waves from all parts of the

told, go see a gypsy." country have registered for the

4 ti4: 3c t L ; annual event, as well as former

Shaggy Dog Dept.: A leopard IIifI> .-. :: :r..: ; ;":,,. ,';: \W::'<.f...:,;';::::_;$" =' 1 _..,, f.o::>M Waves and some of those pion-
visited an optometrist, com- JET TUTOR Lcdr. Royce eering women of WWI called ,
plaining that he saw spots in Jet Authority 2Cmm Williams, (left) examines FJ-3 "Y coma net tes." ;
cannons with Lt (Jg)
front of his eyes every time he John Allred and Lt (jg) For- Capt. Winifred Quick, pre-
looked at his wife. Speaks Here"Check rest Rowe, both of VF-173. in sent Assistant CNO for Women :"';:v.

The optometrist tried to explain your six o'clock. Here connection tactics lectures with and jet flight fighter and senior woman officer in the ;. :. .

that anyone looking at a comes Williams again." demonstrations given by Lcdr. Navy will be on hand, along
leopard would see spots. Williams. with Capt. Joy Bright Hancock,
This was an oft-repeated USN, Ret., head of the
"But, doctor, you don't under- phrase during the past coupleof win in aerial combat. Waves
from 1945 to 1953.It .
stand, growled the leopard. weeks as pilots from CVG- While attached to VF-121 in

"I'm married to a tiger." 17's two fighter squadrons, VF- Korea, Lcdr. Williams was was during Capt. Hancock'sterm
.
173 and VF-13, received fighter credited with shooting down that the Waves evolved
Daffynishuns: Tact--making a tactics instruction from an ex- two MIGs and an additional pro from a volunteer force into a
blind date feel that she got the pert. bable kill on one flight. part of the regular Navy.

worst of it. Since then, he's served as instructor Helen Boyda, a Reserve first
One of the
Navy's outstanding
at the Air Force Wea- class storekeeper, is genera ]I
authorities on the tactical
em-
pons School at Nellis AFB and chairman for the reunion and
WEEKEND TIDE ployment of modern jet aircraft,
later instructed has established
at the Navy's headquarters in .pt.
HIGH Lcdr. Royce Williams did the
,
LOW
Fleet Air Gunnery Unit. El Cen- the Federal Building in Detroit.
.
A.M. P.M. A.M: P.M teaching.For tro, Calif.

Fri. 2:37: 3:21: 9:00: 9:51: two weeks, Lcdr. Williams His effect on CVG-17 pilotswas Well dressed man, cigar in

Sat. 3:42: 4:24: 10:00: 10:51: delivered lectures and flight almost and hand, falling through the air
electrifying as MEDICI!
Betty Frazee dis-
Sun. 4:45: 5:22: 10:57: 11:46: demonstrations to CVG-17 pilots, a result they are ready to tackleall from ,an airplane: "Gad! That I plays some lovely curves despite

teaching techniques required to comers, afterburners. included 1.' wasn't the wash room after all!"I is not the up fact to par.that her angling



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D Golfersate .' b ;

/lt. 4,

Action TheWATER



[ere Monday rhL 11 LINENew


swimming classes for dependents -
'airways are neatly trim- are slated to begin

", water hazards in order July 28 at Pool 715. The course
manicured for thet
greens consists of 10 lessons over a
of action in the Sixthal
two-week period.
r
District Golf Tournant Cost for one person is $10.00,
slated for the 6,618yardS $18.00 for two, $25.00 for three,
J a x links beginning $30.00 for four and $35.00 for

nday. five persons.
lay will be held daily The minimum age is five

ough July 31. Qualifiers years. Classes are for beginnerswho
1 then enter the South At- are non-swimmers, begin-
tic Regionals also set for ners who swim but have not

S Jax, Aug. 2-6. passed a beginner's test, inter-

11-Navy Tourney, the .:' : ,, 1 Lall ._U .; :i.Q mediates and adult beginners.
rId Series of Navy golf, ONLY THE ARMY" IS MISSING Through joint efforts of the Nary, Marine Corps and Air Each person- is issued an
1 also be held here, start- Force, a 30-foot tailing whaleboat will loon be made available to personnel aboard the Station for American Red Cross swimmingcard
Aug. 8. Cream of the training in the art of crew or taking command of such a craft. Nearing completion of repairs a upon satisfactory comple-
's linksters will scrambler launching will probably take place in about 10 days. Taking a break from their work are, tion of the course.
hills and dales of left to right Pfc. Keith Cole, Ray Goehring, SN Albert Jones.' BM3; A/2c Robert Jackson: AI2c desiring to register for
r Billy Sargent} A/2c Tom Ferguson) A/2c Howard Mobley, aid A/2c Charles Bessinger. The Persons
Station greensward.o latter five are members of the Air Force, Jones.has supervised the entire project but will these classes are requested to do
definite entries for 6NDy be transferred before the boat is launched. so at 0830, Monday, July 28 at

had been received by .. .. ;: '.. ,,, Pool 715. First beginners' class
-. < '
ss time Tuesday night. .V.t' I." 1 '1t'!;<<'*' )f \'"'if. ,. <<,,i..j.f hnt'l"' '" ;: ;r't': :' :: will commence at 0900.
top golfers from Naval R : ; : :' :::j : \jk; ;. 0 .

mands within the Sixth 'J'M I : ,. .:. \g'rY': t'if '>j .:".; t't1"1. Beginning of the 58B Seriesin
trict are expected to send ft:!., +<,'!( ''1.I"! *.\,.,"f'1ri'. R" f. the Greater Jacksonville Sail
1. Who holds the record for ,,. \
I! \" from
entries however. ; '. ing competition was run
victories i ,' .Jtl .. I:: ,
most in the majors t' 1it .. .
fen from Pensacola, Keyst asa ,,, ";,>>. .,'. ' southpaw? '
; ? "1. k ; ; : I.< A squall delayed -
} heavy
Memphis, Charleston, 2. At what tracks in Irelandare g ...f.,$, ."&'i\" y J'afoJax \, $..< !t'.!'<. '., .. .. ..., ,,' last Sunday.the regatta which got un-
(een Cove Springs and Jax the Irish Sweepstakes held? 1530.
expected to see action in 3. Who recently rana new derway about
ividual and team firing. world 440-yard record? Navy Nine Nursing Winning in the Bantam class
was Gene Guazzo of VW-4 in
4. In horse racing, what is a Man-
572.
Bantam Larry
Navy

TABLE TENNIS furlong game 5. What in? baseball is considered? a perfect Four Game Win String eval luffing learned rules as plenty he proceeded about the to '

out Bantam 130 on the final -
nose
MEET LOOMSAn (Answers to Sports Quiz)
I Jax Navy softballers hope to add victory number five leg to win second in this
organizational meeting essq sij fiurqasexeuou to their winning streak, facing Painters Roosters Tuesday class.In.
las been set for Aug. 12 at pu irm ou 'sum off 'q I
night at Lackawanna Park in City League action the cruising class handicap,
000 in the Mainside gym to "en UI 11 jo i sed u.xi6ia eqispaoaas 't Earl Bishop, veteran chunker, Al Johnson won easily with an
plan for the Mainside Table LIP jo eui]| 11 U.UM.S33BX heart-breaker to the Rockets and
min 54
hurled his second no-hit job of elapsed time of 40 sec.
Tennis Tourney.The 'lJua uejD IIt1l'S oltO'C the season last week, humiliating Thelma Carter. I for the course. In the. racing
tournament, being held tSnSu3 ul Pittsburgh Plate Glass in a THE CRACKERJAX then belt- handicap, Bert Verway of the
Sue to popular demand, is Buruuni sasiou, euj uo pjo OJBsiaspll City League fray, 5-0. Rudder Club in Suicide 23 won
7-2
ed Tamiami Trails, although
entatively scheduled for Aug. 'SWBI
'saiJexxoi xnq IOU IN ADDITION to the white- first place.
25. eiH sdJpexsdeaMS KSUI eqj. 'z wash job, Bishop hit 3-for-3. Bill Bozman issued seven hits and The Regatta on July 27 will be
Appropriate awards will be sauiftS SOc 1uvld 9JPP3 'I four walks.
Bondy, steady Jax Navy stickman held at the St. Johns Yacht
resented winners in singles stroked 3-for-4. Sixth Naval District competition Club in Palatka.

and doubles play. Cane Hunter Cecil Field fell victim on the for men and women is The Jax Navy Sailing Club '.

Although no points will be two-hit pitching ol>(| Joe Crozier, slated for Green Cove Springs, held its semi-annual election of
[awarded toward the Ironman Keglers Cop 3-0. Crozier compiled wins number officers at a meeting last Mon-
I Trophy, all units eligible for three and four on this vic Aug.( 2226.Wanted.
I Mainside intramural competition tory string by dumping Duval I day.New officers for the next six

are invited to participate Station TitleVW4 Road Patrol, 2-1, and Ray's : Bowlers! months are: Commodore-Mhj.

in this affair.fixed bowlers struck Auto Sales, also, 2-1. Bowlers are wanted for several Roy Van Rope of the 679th AC-
ON THE women's softballfront & W Squadron; Vicc-Commo-
1 in the All-Station .
quickly leagues at NATTCenter. Open.
playoffs last week, jumpingout the Jax Navy Crackerjax dore-Len La Caze of VA-44;
Doubles to a quick.lead and keep- thumped the Prudential girls, ings are available in the Friday Rear Commodore-Lcdr. Ray

c ing pressure on NATTCenter's 14-0, last Friday night. night enlisted mixed couples Mullins of NARTU; Secretary-
Lead NAWS School to haul Judy Bozman hurled a one- bowling league. Treasurer, R. R. Blankenship of
owling the All-Station bowling hitter in this City League affairat the 679th AC&W Squadron; Sail-
crown away last week at the St. Nicholas Park.In Those interested are asked to ing Master, C. E. Rich of NATTCenter -
HandsBy call Joe Gregory ATC, bowling and First Lieutenant,
Swaps NATTCenter lanes.VW4's other recent City League
Hurricane Hunters activity, the Waves lost a 2-1 league secretary. Chuck Gibson of VW-4. ,

rolling a 1004 scratch, overwhelmed the NAWSmen in ...uu __UUU'U'h' ___" ","_
ose and Bill Weatherby took three straight games. Winners
over the top spot in the NATT- scored a whopping 858 pinfallin

Center Mixed Doubles Bowling the first game, to NAWS' 802.
[League last week. Pins fell a little less frequent

Rose and Steve Mayer, who fn the second set, but VW-4,
I led the pack since opening night, Mainside champions, won 779-
failed to keep a position in the 761. This seemed to break NAWS,
top five. with VW-4 winning the final ,
I
After addition of the handi- setto, 881-750.
cap, the Wednesday's total pin- Ralph Tice paced the cham-
fall was 1214. Behind them pions with a 648 threegametally ,.: : x j nlNr

came O.B. and Lorraine Rock as 'well as hitting high
with 974 scratch and 1172 with single for the night, with a 246. '
handicap. Tice has miantained a 185 ? t8 _

and average throughout the recently- Vp JE? .
Mary Ann Warbington I
Mainside intramural 1)
completed lengthy j F
Bill Kitchell moved back into season. '1 .
the runner-up position, 146 pins
Bill Smith also showed well
.
off the pacei;
for the victors, piling up a 558 fix.
Kay and Lloyd Bowman, La- total, along with a 200 game.
verne and Gene Williams, and .f K ry
,
Hqth and H. Reo round out the '
top five dubs. Corporal (on rifle range) : 1 ik iz-

t
"#%<@>.* I told you to take a & .J.-' <3....___ _._._,..... __ -- _____n
A muscles is fine sight! When I say take a MAINSIDE DIAMOND CHAMPIONS For the third straight season of intramural softball
musicman with 18 has captured the Mainside crown. The Patrolmen were hand-
fine sight! competition. Patrol Squadron
I a
LeRoy Saba. Serving with a fine sight, mean cuffed in the All-Station game, however, falling prey to NATTCenter's AvFund School, 6-5,
'
Navy band in San Diego, Saba &%_$##' "?( & Don't you in bottom of the ninth Inning. VP-18 teammates are front row, (left to right) Ken Horton, Ed
Wen the "Mr. Iron Man" title know what a fine sight is? Gallagher, Phil Lynch, Tom Clarke, Jim Hardeman and Don Wolkensdorfer. Rear. Freddie
in a Berkeley, Calif., weightlifting Private: "Sure,"a boatload of Pridgeon, Clinton Floyd, Charles- Gage Dick Savage, Ed Brown Jim Carmichael and Clifford
sinking. Dauphanis.
and physique contest. corporals ,


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New facilities.(Continued"Club from Page 1)) IA W& Co SEMINAR ATTENDED BY 12 IEiIiliI

For Rent
Building 721 is "T" shaped and The local Area Wage and of outlying Naval and Army Thei delegates to the 1-Bdrm. Furn. 3602 Oak St.

tentative plans call for office and Classification Office held its activities promoted consider- Seminar were welcomed $8.00 Wk. EV 9-5354. Mrs. John-

storage spaces in one wing anda sixth Wage and Classification able discussion of mutual aboard for the commandingofficer

stag bar and dining and dancing Seminar July 14-18 aboard problems, administrative pro- of NAS Jax by Dom son.4Bdrm.., 3-bath home on 3-

areas in the other wings. NAS Jax.Principal. cedures and general exchangeof Worsowicz, S&WA of IRD. acres. (Orange Pk.) Avail. Aug.

OTHER MEMBERS of the PO topics under dis- program ideas. Attending from this area 1. $150/$135 on lease. CO 4-

Club Committee are Lcdr. J. H. cussion were an accelerated Of particular interest was a were: Miss Margaret More- 5012/8445. Commander lIe r 0 n.

McGlothin, Brig Officer; Lt. G. presentation of Wage and visit by Roy Black, Salary head, NAS Cecil Field, and (NAWS).

C. Warneke, Assistant Navy Ex- classification funda- and Wage Administrator from two N AS Jax employees, 2-Bdrm. Furn.Apt. 4643 Water
change Officer; Ens. C. H. Gould, mentals; and information on Oak Lane. $75 Mo. EV 8-6071
NAS Pensacola, who spoke to George Barket of IRD and E.
Public Works; and K. I. Dunna- latest standards application. /Ext-8-5681. Mrs. Sawyer.
way, QM1, Operations.The Presence of several operat- the group and answered questions C. Clevenger, O & R, were in 3-Rm. Furn. Apt. 1852 Dancy

present P02 and POll ing classification technicians on procedural matters. attendence. ,,$t. $80 Mo. Ext-583. Hart.

Club consists of a private bar 1-Bdrm. Pvt. bath. 3532 Hed-

in the Blue Jackets Inn, "but it rick St. EL 6-1212-Ext-255/EV-

is overcrowded' said Lcdr. Adm. ,t fuF t', b 9-1531. Mrs. Rogers.
Holloway t v {
Murphy. 1-Furn. room. 3225 DellwoodAve.

"We've been trying to get a Takes EV 8-0916. Smith.
building converted for us for ChargeOf 3-Rm. Unfurnished Apt. 4222

two years," said Dunnaway, Pre- Med ForceAdmiral fL'-1:) ? Woodmere St. Sahlin.
sident of the Board of Governors 3-Bdrm. Furn. house. 4602

of the present P02 and POI James L. Holloway Manchester Rd. Avail. July 26.

club, "but neither the money nora Jr. has become overall com- $150 mo. PO 5-4466/EV 9-6531.
building has been available." Foster.
mander of Mediterranean operations -
For Sale
THE COMMITTEE met with with the landing of some
1953-31ft. Dixie
Queen Hse.
Comdr. Weber July 10 to discuss : 5,000 US Marines in strife-torn
Trlr. $2,000. CO 4-9715. Galbas.
plans for the new club.If Lebanon.
3-Bdrm. home. GI loan. $1200
the Executive Officer ap- With President Eisenhower's equity. 7425 Roslyn Rd. (Ortega

proves the committee's conver- decision to respond to Lebanon's Hills). $64 Mo. 5-Min from NAS.

sion plan, equipping and fur- request for US assistance, Adm. EV 8-0289. Hatley.

nishing of the club will be un- I Holloway, as, Commander-in- 2-Bdrm. 42-Ft. 1956 Hse-Trlr.

der financial direction of the 'Chief, Specified Command Middle 6556 Yukon Rd. Peck.

Bupers Central Recreation Fund East, flew from England 1954 M System Hse-Trlr. CO-

for new work, Public Works for to his flagship, the amphibious 4-8102/Ext-381. Ch. Chambless.

maintenance and Special Serv- command ship Taconic (AGC I '> 3-Bdrm. house. 5042 Home-

ices for fixtu/cs and furniture. 17)), which is part of the Sixth q 4 "iiuIpmLi crest Cir. (Ortega Hills). $1300

Fleet guarding Mediterraneanwaters. equity. Avail. July 1. EV 76989.Lt. .

Station Dolan.

THE FOUR-STAR admiral, as ; 4-Bdrm home. IJ%-baths.4r%%
(Continued from Page 1)) : ;
\ senior Navy officer in Europe, GI loan. 7356 Greenway Dr. EV-
visited
the area. 500 Midshipmen .
also is Commander-in-Chief, US '<.v:}aLsii'o-it ''4a0: 7-1595. Capt. Wagner.
visited here aboard the USS An-
I Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic RECEIVE 15-YEAR PINS Mrs. Ruth Hills, clerktypistat 3-Bdrm. 2-bath house. 7413
tietam in
July, 1956. i and Mediterranean, with headquarters NAS Jax Operations Department, receives certificate and Greenway Dr. (Ortega Hills).
They will spend two days at I in London. 15-year Federal service pin from Rod Pinney, supervisory ad- Low GI equity. EV 83384Ext8344.
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NAS Jax this year where they ministrative officer of Operations Dept. Pinney had just received -
will visit VAH-.1 and VA-44 Vice-Adm. Charles R. ("Cat") a pin and certificate himself, presented the veteran em- Lcdr. Stamatis.
Brown remains as Commander, ployee by Comdr. Laurence Williamson, Operations Officer. 2-Bdrm. :house. 7259 Balfor Dr.
for a briefing in the capabilitiesof
Sixth Fleet, directly under Adm. $60 Mo. EV 8-8485. Smith.
the world's largest carrier Holloway. Two Honored RecentlyOperations 3-Bdrm. home. l%-baths. 7328
based 'jet attack bomber the A-
Pineville Dr. ( Hills). GI
Ortega
Prior to being ordered to Eu-
3D and
Skywarrior the A2D
VeteransGet loan. $76.50 Mo. EV 8-6500.
in 1957 Adm. Dept.
Skyhawk, the Navy's smallest rope Holloway
Jones.
carrier-based jet attack bomber. served as Chief of Naval Personnel -

Simulated flights in jet link He previously for almost was four commanderof years. 15-Year Service PinsFifteen Wanted:Miscellaneous Rider-Riverside area

trainers will be provided by FA-
the Atlantic Fleet cruiser to NAS. Wking hrs. 07301600.EV .
ETU, while FAW-11 will indoc- force. year Federal service gins were awarded to two 8-1433/Ext-8244. Lillian Hare

trinate them in patrol plane antisubmarine veteran employees of NAS Jax Operations Department in a I'' (Disbursing).
warfare aspects.A THE SPECIFIED Command, recent ceremony.
Middle East, first was activated The first pin -was presentedRod
training flight, scheduledfor
with a joint staff during the typist of Operations.
them in a WV-3 Super Con- Pinney, supervisory admini- More Engineering
Suez Canal crisis late in 1956. Although Pinney was given a
stellation, will be flown by the strative officer of Operations
As senior commander of US 15-year pin, he actually has a
Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 or Dept., by Comdr. Laurence Williamson Officers NeededFor
in a P5M Marlin seaplane by forces in the Mediterranean dur- total of 21% years Federal serv-

one of the patrol squadrons.The ing the Lebanese patrol, Adm. Operations Officer. ice, since he was chief clerk of

Midshipmen Holloway has a Marine-Army- Pinney, in turn, presented a (Aviation Training Departmentat Nuclear NavyWith

are spendinga Navy-Air Force staff. pin to Mrs. Ruth Hill, clerk- NAS Pensacola before coming
day at NAS Cecil Field obser- s advent of the nuclear-
here Nov. 1, 1940.
ving typical fighter squadrons. UJ.! l\.l.>.J..B .;I[ ;. w.,I J JJ..l'j: ;H<<'__ powered Navy, more officers
They will inspect camera installations Pinney arrived at NAS Jax trained in the fields of engineering -

there, including a check ,tY Just a few days after its com- ,and physical sciences are

out in photo interpretation.Two missioning. He laughingly pointsout needed.
"I'm not quite a plank
submarines at Mayport Accordingly, the Navy has
Carrier Basin are available for J,. k owner. announced it's seeking applica-
.. Mrs. Hill is a veteran of the
submarine tions for
indoctrination to approximately postgraduate training
36 "Middies" a day. t __i___ : old Aviation Training Depart- commencing in calendar 1959.
ment and has been with Pinneyfor
Each of 30 Midshipmen are Deadline for submission of
scheduled for a flight in an air- .i: i. many years. She began her applications to Chief of Naval

ship for lighter-than-air anti- employment l with Aviation II Personnel is Nov. 1.

submarine indoctrination at NAS > Training in August of 1942. Eligibility includes regular

Glynco, Ga. I officers or reserve officers on

A dance, planned by the Jacksonville CG ReservesContinued active duty in following categories -
....,..
Jaycees, will be held J.tyy. 'j : line, aviation line, engineering -
( from Page 1))
for the "Middies" Friday at 2000on "> aeronautcial engineering,
:" form in event of mobilization.
terrace pf the Prudential 1 i: special duty specializing in com-
'I THEY'RE receiving a four-day
Bldg. : ;! munications, supply and civil
course in Atomic-Biological-
.... engineering.An .
Fultz Chemical Warfare at NATTCenter's for curricula
Ruth Share Top i applicant
f ABC School. at the
beginning Engineering
Honor At AE (A) School
Also on the curriculum is a School, Monterey, Calif., need
Robert Fultz of Ceres, Calif.
t course in structural fire fightingat not possess a bachelor of science
and
Emerson Ruth of York
Penn., shared top honors in last the fire college of the Jack- degree.He .

week's graduation at Aviation ''. sonville Fire Dept., and seamanship must, however, meet the

Electrician Mate School Class A .' :..:t." ;';..J instruction aboard an 83- following minimum requisites:

at NATTCenter.Fultz : :\.' ;':'';' 1 foot Coast Guard patrol boat. mathematics through differentialand
who EM CLUB STAGE SHOW Mars, Magician (right)
entered the
Navyin thrilled patrons of the Bluejackets' Inn with a "half-lime" Firing for a record with the integral calculus and one
September of 1957 is assignedto entertainment act last He's shown
Wednesday night. performing -
M-l rifle at Camp Blanding and of college-level physics.
. Pt. Mugu, Calif and Ruth his repertoire, in this instance, pulling a stufffed goose year
; who entered the'Navy in Sept. from a supposedly empty trunk. Assisting him is Club man- with the .45 pistol at the NAS More information can be foundin

1957, will report to VP-49 Ber- ager Lindsay Fackler. /t'ter appearance of the goose, which Jax range, is included for each BuPers Notice 1520 of May
startled many spectators. Mars pulled a'girl from the same
muda. trunk. trainee group. 31, 1958.


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