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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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"Breathes there a man with' and quite often spends weekends trip with him to St. Augustinesome this day.

soul so dead," who has nevera running around the Station on weekend, be prepared to He was given a ride straight

30-mile distance tread.SO "short" four or five-mile treks. make the 35-mile trip by footif from NAS Jax to St. Augustineby

THE saying goes with LONGEST distance Galan your answer is yes. a friend traveling in that

Corpl. Victor Galan, a mathematics ; claims to have traversed is 70 NOT HAVING anything to do direction.

( instructor at NATTCenter's miles from Tampa to Silver one weekend, Galan decided to Starting his run just north of

Aviation Fundamentals. Springs one day last year. He see St. Augustine by foot. He Castillo San Marcos, the old

School. estimates his hoofs have covered arose at his regular time on Sun Spanish fort in St. Augustine,

Galan's favorite hobby is dis- 1500 miles in the past five years. day morning and ate chow, then Galan set out for Jacksonvilleon

tance running, something he's "And this counts only runs dressed for "combat." A1A.

been indulging in since he can I've made longer than 30 miles," When running, he usually ABOUT five miles out of

remember. quips the 21-year old Marine.If wears shorts, T-shirt and tennis town, he spied a road sign that

He'll run most any distance he should ask you to take a shoes. And that was his garb (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))







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Vol. 16 No. 18 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 31 July 1958

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Col. Duane Fultz relieved < .', th'w.
Maj. Louis Sartor as p .
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commanding officer- of- the .. total of 14 memorial

KEEPS TRIM Corpl. Victor NAS :Jax Marine Barracks r1\\ x chairs at the Navy-Marine
Galan is shown during a during a formal ceremonythis Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis
recent running tour of the Station morning at the Barracks.LT. ( i has been allotted to
keeping in trim for future
long distance runs. Galan is an COL. Fultz, who becomes commands in the Jacksonvillearea
instructor at NATTCenter's senior Marine officer in this as a result of the re-

AvFund School.McMeekin. area, comes here from Camp Le- .k. cent Memorial Stadium Fund

jeune, N. C. ,:'\ Drive.A .

At Lejeune for three years, Lt. memorial chair may be

Gels Col. Fultz was officerinchargeof dedicated to any person who has

the Data Processing Installa- ever served, or is serving, in

Second Place at tion.Native ;'Y the Navy or Marine Corps, or
of Springfield, Ill., he may be dedicated to whomeverthe
is a graduate of the U. of Illi- command chooses.
SE Talent TrialDick
nois'and entered the Marine EACH CHAIR plate will mea-

Corps soon after graduation. sure two inches and will be attached -
McMeekin, YN1, win-
AS A MEMBER of the Second to the inner part of the
ner of the Jacksonville elimi-
Marine Division in WWII, Lt. chair's backrest. Each will bearan
nations two weeks ago, cap Col. Fultz of actionin >: ..,x.:P's' q.j o dedication.Jax .
plenty of
saw ''' inscription
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,tured second place in the 'YT"j' 'if *1 ; ''''' ''' C11' 'J! >m
Southeastern Regional Trialsof the Pacific Theater, seeing action NEW MARINE SKIPPER Lt. Col. Duane Fultx. (seated) commands rate the fol-
in the Battles of Guadal- became new skipper of the NAS Jax Marine Barracks in an impressive
number of chairs as a
the All-Navy Talent Con- ceremony this morning. Lt. Col. Fulti comes here from lowing
test held at Charleston, S. C. canal, Tulagi, Tarawa, Saipanand duty at Camp Lejeune) N. C. He's shown going over Marine result of the drive: NASJax,
last week and thus wins his Tinian for which he wears Barracks organizational setup with Maj. Louis J. Sartor, former five chairs; NATTCenter, four;
way for the third time to theAllNavy five stars. Barracks CO. Lt. Col. Fults will be senior ranking Marine officer ComFairJax, three; Fleet Air

Talent Contest finals Maj. Sartor took command of in this area.Mideast. Wing Eleven, one; and NAS

to be held at St. Albans i the local Marine Barracks in Cecil Field, one.

Hospital, N. Y., next week. January of 1956. He leaves tomorrow Crisis Fails To FLEET AIR Wing Eleven has

McMeekin, impersonator and (Friday) for George- already designated its chair to
town University in Washington,
"Officersand
in bear the inscription
instrumentalist, was edged
D. C., where he'll work on his Air
Wing
Men Of Fleet
the final voting at Charlestonby
Or RotationThe
baccalaureate degree. Halt Outs "
Eleven.
Willie Stephens, SHSN, Fleet
Sonar School, NAS Key West. NAS Jax is soliciting nomina-
Ordnance School Names Middle East situation has not as yet brought about tions from departments and per-
STEPHENS won with his vo- any great changes in personnel of the Sea Services, according sonnel who should submit namesto
cal renditions of "Old Man Riv Rotoli Outstanding Grad to Navy Times. the Service Information Of-

er" and "Flip, Flop, Fly." Michael Rotoli, AOAN, of Sailors and Marines due for reservists. fice, Bldg. 1.
Rochester, N. Y. gained top tailing up
third in the SE Other commands are in the
Finishing re- still being ,
honors in last week's graduationat discharge are sep NORMAL rotation policies are for -
gionals was a male quartet, the Aviation ,Ordnancemen School arated on time. And there is no being maintained as much as process of designating names
their memorial chairs. '
Bluenotes, from NAS Pensacola, Class A at NATTCenter. imminent plan right now for possible throughout these serv-

who sang their own composi ices.And
administrative orders now Hill Fetterman Get
tions. Fourth was Don Heidrich, ,
in effect for reducing the mili-
PN3, accordianist, from NAS tary forces will remain intact. AE School HonorsJohn

Pensacola, who played "Flightof Sea service personnel plan-
Hill of Blackwell, Okla.,
the Bumblebee." ners, however, are quick to recognize
that if the International and Arthur Fetterman of Mt
FIFTH was a five-man
group situation worsens and additional Carmel, Pa., shared top honorsin
from NAS Key West, who call f. :
fighting men are needed in the last week's graduation at

themselves the "Originals." The agitated area, there will be dif Aviation Electricians Mate School

latter group featured dancing, ficulties.
Class A at NATTCenter.Hill .
MAJORITY of ships in the
singing and instrumentals. sf Fleet are already under strengthand who entered the Navyin

Eighteen acts were includedin .?: ( K Y.Y. any request calling for a June 1957, is still unassigned,

the Charleston finals, all of hoist in manpower would require while Fetterman, who enteredthe

whom had survived district 4 pulling men from shore Navy in Sept. 1957, will report -
47X :
competition. There were six duty. to Whiting Field for duty.
Men due for rotation ashore
Florida acts, with. Florida performers
p would be kept on sea duty in-
annexing the first five
definitely. WEEKEND TIDE
places. During this fiscal year the

The regional winners will com- Navy was in for a 15,000mancut HIGH LOW
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.:
in its forces. It's
personnel
in the All-Navy finals from NATTCENTER TRIO PROMOTED Comdr. Wilfred E.
pete Fleshman, acting commanding officer of the Naval Air Technical active strength would drop from Fri. 8:53 9:10: 2:45 2:52
where the best acts in the Navy I Training Center, presented promotion cetificalet to three 645,000 on June 30 of this yearto Sat. 9:34: 9:48 3:23: 3:52:
.
will be selected to appear on the men in ceremonies last Wednesday. The three promoted were, 630,000 next June 30. Sun. 10:13 10:25: 4:00: 4:13A :
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left to right, Paul McConihay, Ernest Petroski and James Ken
Ed Sullivan TV Show August 10. nedy. The three were promoted to the AECA rating. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))



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2'p SAX AIR N'E"'W' July


..,.. I Voting Information
; VA-15 HonorsGo
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f ; .:. 6' Illinois Servicemen VotersNeedn't To Muzzy


NAS, Jacksonville Glenn Muzzy, ATM
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ................... .. ..... .... .... Commanding Officer was t
Comdr. Grayston H. Weber ?..?... ....... .......... .......... .?...?........ ... ... Executive Officer In PersonHundreds selected plane captain of the
NAB Six; riett Air Jacksonville Register
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ........... ..... .... ...... .... ...... ............... ..... Commander month for June by Attack
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr. ............?......................................... ........ Chief of Staff FatrJax Squadron 15.
Capt. Macphersou Williams ................................ .................... Chief of Staff, NAB SixFleet of words have been written telling the serviceman Muzzy was
Air Wing Eleven presented
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ............................................................................... CommanderCapt. it's his duty. ,. right, privilege and obligation to vote. commendation from a
Thomas S. White ?........................................................................ Chief Staff Officer Comdr.
Naval Air Technical Center is than a W. J. his
Training But voting more Gray
Capt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. ............................. .............................. Commanding Officer lot in the same fashion as their commandingofficer.
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman..........................?..................................... Executive Officer matter of words; it is also a husbands, and this series will .

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ..........?Naval...... Hospital.:......................... Commanding Officer matter of machinery. State and also outline voting proceduresfor In a brief ceremony, Comdr.

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ...... .........NABTU............................................... Commanding Officer local governments, in order to these wives. Gray awarded the citation to
Comdr. William E. Hardy ........,...........................?.?................. ......... Executive Officer make voting as simple as pos- ILLINOISSERVICEMEN Muzzy for his "efforts towards -

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida sible for the serviceman away may obtain an making this sqJadron
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 from home, provide absentee one of the safest and
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel absentee ballot in Illinois by most
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training ballots quite readily. Card effective units of the Navy."
Center, tkAir Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. filling out a Federal Post
Naval THIS SERIES on how to obtainan it to Prior to joining VA-15 in
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Charles M. Thomas Application and mailing of
reveal April this
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew 1[. Planey absentee ballot will the board of election commissioners year, the plane
Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; Mary how easy the process is in all their captain-of-the-month servedat
of
Ann Klrchner SN; Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings, SN. Staff Photographer or the county clerk
Jerty Dalrymple, AN. states and territories.In NATTCenter Memphis.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. county.A
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is addition, many states and sister or .
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo. servicemen's parent, spouse,
Kra Editorial territories allow brother may also request thata
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone wives to use the absentee bal-
extensions 8164. 8346 272 or 216. __ ballot be sent.Applications Only One In

2;. .v ....ww.v..., :;?JS'; ;;n ., : ,x .. .. will be accepted .

.:,' AYPfINA1MiD ,i...INMm1 as early as 100 days before an Four Due
election and will be mailed to

rrThursday w voters as early as 45 days before -

an election. Marked ballots Navy EagleIts

must be received by election

officials not later than the day a one in four chance for

July 31 of the election. the present lietenant commander -

Mainside Whispering Smith ONLY MEMBERS of the to make captain even if the
(color western) with Alan Ladd
Armed Forces may use an White Charger passes in this
and Robert Preston. Also Hide
end Peak. FPCA to apply for an absentee session of -Congress, says Navy

ballot.Although. Times.
NATTCenter Revenge of
Illinois servicemen
Frankenstein (color horror) with Without the bill, there will be

Peter Cushing and Eunice Gay- may vote without being 70 percent attrition for both
their wives and all
son. Also, Waif InternationalBall registered, lieutenant commanders going to
other must register in
and Monster and the Ape, persons commander and commanders to

Chapter 14.Hospital i person before a city election captain.If .
commissioner or county clerkin
Flaming Frontier
order to be eligible for absentee the hump bill passes, there
(outdoor drama) with Jim Davis
will be a 50 percent selection
voting privileges.
and Bruce Bennett. Also, Flebus.
opportunity to captain and a 60
Friday, August 1 MISSISSIPPI
percent situation to commanderover
Mainside Les Girls (color Mississippi service i men and
the next five fiscal
I musical) with Gene Kelly and their spouses when properly years.

Mitzi Gaynor. registered may obtain an absentee The selection opportunity will

NATTCenter WhisperingSmith. ballot by mailing a Fed- be created by releasing 35 per-

eral Post Card Application to cent of the present captains and

HospitalRevenge of Fr 'nk- 1t'.'& ;;.i"';; XC =NX. V< ( v it.'Y ,,-:.:< > ,- their city or county registrar.A forcing out of all twice passedover -

enstein. NEW PUBLIC WORKS OFFICER Capt. James H. Etter family member may also commanders. Between now
Jr., (right) scans his orders for duty as new Public Works Officer -
request that a ballot be sent. and the end of fiscal 1963, some
Saturday,.August 2 at NAS Jax. Capt. Etter relieved Capt. Ira N. Curtis,
Mainside Casanova's Big (left) as PWO today. Capt. Curtis, here since August 1954, APPLICATIONS will be ac- 657 captains will be involuntarily

Night (color comedy) with Bob leaves for duty as Public Works Officer at the Boston Naval cepted not earlier that 60 days retired. This in turn will create

Hope and Joan Fontaine. Kiddie Shipyard. Capt. Etter, 17-year Naval veteran, comes here from before primary and general 433 vacancies.If .
the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Washington, D. C.
matinee, Three Young Texans, elections and any time before the N a v y does get its

(color western) with Mitzi Gay- special elections. hump bill this year it will be

nor and Jeffrey Hunter. Also, Capt. Etter Assumes Ballots will be mailed i to due to the efforts of the late

Monster and the Ape, Chapter voters not earlier than 60 days William H. Francis, who was

14. before a primary election and Assistant Secretary of Defensefor

NATTCenter Les Girls. Public Works Helm 40 days before general. and spe- Manpower. It was Francis

Hospital.Whispering Smith. cial elections. who convinced Sen. Stennis of
Capt. James H. Etter Jr., relieved Capt. Ira N Curtis
Sunday, August 3 as When you have received the need for the bill.
your
Mainside Don't Go Near NAS Jax Public Works Officer today...
The Water (color comedy) with Capt. Curtis came to NAS Jax ballot, mark it and execute the In a recent letter, Vice Adm..H. .

Glenn Ford and Anne Francis. in August of 1954 and leaves today Twelve affidavit on the envelope, filling P. Smith tells present com-
Employes
NATTCenter Casanova's Big for the Boston Naval Ship in the name of the person whom manders they will be in the zone

Night. Yard to assume his new postof you designate to deliver your for captain in the 19 to 21st

Hospital Les Girls. Public Works Officer. Ai Hospital Gel ballot to election officials. year. He then adds selection

CAPT. ETTER, a native of Marked ballots must be received will be tough, but also states

Monday August 4 Chattanooga, Tenn., comes here Cash PromotionsOne by election officials not that there will be no stagna

Mainside Billy the Kid from duty with Bureau of Yards later than day of the election. tion in grade.I' .

(western) with Robert Taylor. and Docks Washington, D. C. dozen civilian employeesof

Also, Daffy Doodles.NATTCenter Capt. Etter has 17 years' of the Naval Hospital received

Don't Go Near active duty to his credit. Priorto promotions and Beneficial Sug-

The Water. entering the Navy he attended ges !ion Awards last week.

Hospital Casanova's Big Georgia Tech, where he received Five of the 12 employees received -

Night. a B. S. in Architecture, cash awards for Benefi-

Tuesday, August 5 and upon graduating from col- cial Suggestions. They were JohnC.
Mainside Desert Hell (Fo- lege was commissioned Ensign. .
Murph, $10, Vincent V. Ia-
reign Legion drama) with Brian WHILE A civilian, Capt. Etter quinto, $10, Ernest Pitts, $10,

Keith and Barbara Hale. Also, was outstanding in Engineeringand Jessie B. Petty, $25 and Nollie

Gaston's Baby.NATTCenter. Architectural practice in Bryant, $25.Employees.

Billy the Kid. Atlanta, Ga., Charlotte, N. C.
Hospital Don't Go Near and Louisville, Ky. receiving promo
The Water. tions were Mrs. Pearl C. War-
Upon entering active duty in
ren, clerk-typist, GS-3 to clerk-
,
Wednesday, August 6 1941, he served with the Mine
(typing) GSMrs..
Francis
;
Mainside Yankee Doodle &: Patrol Force, 12th Naval Dis- ?
Day, presser (flatwork) to mess
Dandy (musical drama) with trict, as training officer. 'SGOING
attendant Paul A.
James Cagney and Joan Leslie. Capt. Etter, his wife and two ; Davis,
medical technician (
Also, Monster and the Ape, daughters, Judith, 18 years of GS-6 to medical technician general)

Chapter, 15. One show, 1900 age and Harriet, 15 years old,
(general) (
supervisory) GS-7
;
only. will reside in Quarters D aboard
Mrs. Leonia Robinson
presser
the station.
NATTCenter Desert Hell. (garment) to ward attendant;

Hospital Billy the Kid. Why did the youngster throw D o u g la s McIntyre, assistant .

onions into the river? baker to truck driver; James to FOR MORE Two chief petty officers 'attached

"Yes; I'll give you a job. Sweepout Answer-Because he wanted to LeCount, mess attendant for Flag another Administrative hitch Unit, ComFair Jax, recently signed up

the store." see the River Kwai. (heavy) to assistant cook; Miss commanding officer In of the FAU Navy., Comdr. A. G. Bowen (right)
I administers
"But I'm a college graduate." This could be made into one' Florence Nelson, mess attendantto Sands, YNC, (left) and Alun Pearson, AKC.the oath Sands to"Holcod"

"Okay, I'll show you how." of those old Moron jokes. I' ''assistant cook. for six more years while Pearson goes for four. Both chIefs
were retained
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VA-44, VP-16, Fasron 109, VP-18, VAH-1




Scouting SquadronsVA I


-44 George Kerstin, from NROTC

Attack Squadron 44's first Unit, Northwestern University;

party since becoming a trainingunit Lt. Robert Lemon, from VAP62 -

highlights this weeks' news ; William Cathcart, AEM3,
at the Hornets Nest. Officers and from Fasron 108, NAS Bruns-

their ladies gathered at the wick, Me., and Clarence Zacke,

Skeet Club for an evening of AN, from Fasron 51, NAS San-
.. \ Jrl fun and frivolity and a good ford, Fla. Discharged this week

.. I'! ... : time was had by all. was Richard Dallao, AN.

'" [ In charge of arrangementswere .
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Lcdr Raymond C. MaxwellJr.
Fasron 109
yr S Lt Edward Lt.
Urquhart,
An all-hands beer bust was ,
I Richard Bordone and Lt. Robert
held July 11 at the Skeet Club

_' -. Brown Jr. and the affair turned out to bea
vi! ; Lt (jg) James Eichelberger, whopping success.A .
I Lt Urquhart, Lt (jg) Peter
:i L' W < .: Block and Lt (jg) Marvin Rey- Softball game was organized
Lai pitting officers
nolds left the squadron this i against white
hats with the chiefs In
week to return to civilian life. both sides. filling on

Qne VA-44 pilot must think
good things come in pairs. Lt. The officers held a comfor-
Charles Hall was married to the table 7-1 lead until Lt. T. L.

--- -'---.-- ....___ _.....-.H__ former Miss Shirley Joye of Fitzgibbon was replaced on the
"MIDDIES" GET THE WORD Three Naval Academy Bennettsville, S. C. and the same mound by Comdr. P. L. Holmes.
Midshipmen get orientated on VP-18'i static display of the
week he was notified of his The white hats quickly took
P2V-7 bomber. The
Neptune patrol Midshipmen were here last
C&MDR. STARR week for a phase of summer aviation training. Left to right are, promotion to Lieutenant. advantage of the "rookie's" inexperience -
J. C. McCrork., C. McCallum and T. J. Marti. Showing them VP.16 and finally won the
HEADS NAAOComdr. display is Ensign Sidney Dixon of VP18. Patrol Squadron 16's Softball gruelling event, 12-7.

Donald A. Starr has team became the Beer Barrel Comdr. Holmes; squadronskipper

assumed duties as officer-in- lax Squadrons Play Host League champion last week. by left July 16 for New-

charge of the Navy Area defeating Fasron Six. port, R. I. to attend the Naval

Audit Office, Jacksonville, relieving To Over 260 VP-16, with an unbeaten markin War College.
MidshipmenOver five wins the "trophy"for
Capt. Curtis J, Lee, games Arrangements for the beer

who was ordered to duty as 260 Midshipmen at- this year. bust were made by the squad-
officer-in-charge of the Navy tended aviation lectures and The Midshipmen visited VAH- Team members include Ensign ron's welfare and recreation

Regional Accounts Office, N demonstrations here last 1 and VA-44 for a briefing in Robert Naab, Lt (jg) Walter board, headed by Ensign Carl

Y. .week during the NAS Jax the capabilities of the world's Zaborniak, Ensign John Saffer, Zimmerman.In .

Comdr. Starr had been assistant phase of the 1958 Midshipmen largest carrier-based jet attack Milburn Voorhies, Alfred Wage-
addition Holmes'departure
officer-in-charge of Second Class summer bomber, the A3D Skywarrior, man, Gerold Giusti, Ljg) B. to Comdr.
NAAO Jax, located in Build- and the A4D Skyhawk, theNavy's L. Fish, Lt (jg) William Hep- Lcdr. H. II. Broom,
training program. CWO J. Resavage, Lt (jg) W.A.
704 since arriving in Jax smallest carrier-based j jet worth, Richard Boyd, Jackie
ing On July 23 and 24 at Hangar attack bomber. Dorman. ,Cargile, Lcdr, L. J. Frketic and
in March 1957. 124, "Middies" attended orienta-
Lt. J. J. Lahr
Prior to Jax he was in tion lectures in ASW theory and The first contingent of "Mid- Ensign Robert Gasparinni, retired were all releasedor
from
dies" departed from NAE Frank Evanovich, Marion Garo- the Navy dur-
Area ordin-
charge of the Navy saw displays of aircraft the
ing last three weeks.
Jax July 28. The second and Clarence Stevens and Ale-
Audit Office, European Area, ance and survival equipment of falo,
third ,contingents are scheduled xis Moka. Lcdrs. G. E. Lambert and
with headquarters in London. Patrol Squadron 18's P2V-7 Nep-
tunes. to arrive here August 5-12 and New men checking into the W. W. Wooden were welcomed

FLEET AIR Wing ll's VP18is August 12-19, respectively. squadron this week are: Lcdr aboard during this period. Lcdr.
Lambert has relieved Comdr.
host squadron coordinatingflight

Curb ExpectedOn program aircraft displaysand Second TV-2 Jet Trainer 'I Holmes as commanding. officer.

schedules for the Midshipmen. ,- VP-18
Medicare .

Object of VP-18's project is to Is To NAS Jax VP-18 was kept busy last week
Assigned informing visiting Midshipmenabout
Free ChoiceAmerican depict to the "Middies" the future the squadron's part in
and advances in airborne
Medical Association ASW and opportunities for ASW A TV-2 jet trainer has recently been assigned to NAS anti-submarine warfare. Guides,

officials went before the Senate patrol plane commanders. Jax to train administrative pilots who are currently jet coordinated by Lt. Paul Mulloy,
of the Naval
Qualified. graduate Academy,
Committee last
Appropriations
AIRBORNE, Early Warning described the use of the P2V-7
week in attempts to save un- the The newly-acquired TV trainer -
furnished
Squadron Four Coast and these trainers will and its capabilities.Static .
restricted choice of Medicare with static dis- is second of its type to be assigned -
Annapolis men a have been there said Lt. C. K.
displays included a
facilities for service families.But Con- to the Station. The first
play of the WV-3 Super Callam NAS Jax Force
Landing P2V-7'aircraft and ordnance and
it appeared they were stellation, the plane in which the TV-2 came here in February.
too late, according to Navy "Middies" were given four flightsa ,BESIDES 'keeping Station pilots Officer. survival gear. Posters showing
Times. for indoctrination in pilot trained, the jets transport THE RECENTLY-assigned TV2 employment of electronic gear
Three committees studying i day training. VW-4 also gave Navy personnel to various East is now undergoing acceptance were provided by Lt (jg) Lloyd

ways of curtailing use of civilian lectures in hurricane reconnaisance. Coast cities. check in Hangar 117, and shouldbe Painter.
ready to fly in a week. Welcome aboard to D. L.
facilities are expected to release "Name about any city on the
findings this week. The two jets are joining a Rielly, AA, Fred Clabo Jr. AA,
Observers said the decision has fleet of eight prop-driven planes John Pavolini, AEIAN, Josh

been made to use geographic / \ I \, attached to NAS Jax itself. Theyare Pierce, AT2, and James Haw-
limitation as a means of return- two HUP-2s, two UFs (the kins Jr. AT2, who reported

ing dependents to military med- famous Dumbos), two R4Ds and aboard during July.Congratulations .

ical facilities. two SNBs. go to Lt (jg's.W. .

Under this plan, commanders Two other SNBs, belonging to C. Lucas, R. S. Pederson,

would first require that occu- NATTCenter, are maintained by J. M. Vaughan, and J. A, Pat-
pants of on-base, public housinguse NAS Jax.Income. tan who made Patrol Plane
the station hospital as long Commander this month.

*as space and staff are available.The *
Tax ServiceIs
plan would set geographic VAH-1

boundaries in which residents Set Up By NavyIncome In a well-planned coup last
would be required to use mili- week, VAII-1 made arrangementsto

tary facilities. tax problems still got have the HatWing One Com-
Defense Medicare chiefs you down even in July? If modore's crash helmet painted

finally compromised with Con- so, contact the office of the colors of VAH-1.
in to curb choiceof Advocate General.
gress agreeing Navy Judge
The maneuver took place last
care if the $60 million was Navy Times reports that JAG Wednesday when ComHatWingOne

lifted. has been delegated by the Sec- flew an A3D from Sanfordto

They pointed out that even retary of the Navy to handle all Jacksonville to attend a con-

with thousands of dependents matters concerning income tax ference.

returning to military hospitals, for Naval personnel.For While in conference, Capt.
the Medicare bill in the next
had His helmet sub-
Ramage
information on Federal and
will be close to $90
months
12
stituted for another and his was
million. state income taxes, you may
taken away to the paint shop.
NEW ARRIVAL Shown during its acceptance check in write to the Taxation Branch,
Heard about the cannibal who Hangar 117 is NAS Jax's new TV-2 jet trainer second attached VAH-1 is proud to have the
mother-in-law? to the Station. The TV-2 is expected to be ready for flying Code 124, Judge Advocate Gene- Commodore wearing the Tiger
ate his nagging duty in a week. It will be used for training flights for admini- ral, Dept. of the Navy, Wash- colors and wishes him best of
Didn't help, though, She still strative officers who are Jet qualified. An earlier Jet arrived
disagreed with him. here in Februay. ington 25, D.: C. success in his new command.

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Pae C JAX AIR MEWS __ .__ .


I Luckey Board Seeks Return Of Old Marine EM RanksI I


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Two old-time Marine enlisted commended a realignment of the ranks in the upper grades. E-5 grade.It .

ranks are about to return to Corps' enlisted rating structure. THE MASTER sergeant grade would be replaced by the

the Corps, according to Navy According t o Headquarterssources would be moved up to E-9 and sergeant rank, now in the E-4 <

Times. the new super pay the old master gunnery sergeant pay grade.
The ranks are the old master rank would be re-established as }
grades ,of E-8 and E-9 would THE CORPORAL rank moves < K
J
gunnery sergeant and lance cor- consist of four ratings. an E-8 rank.Replacing up to E-4 pay grade being replaced -
poral. Their return was pro-
.
the old lance corporal
posed by the "Luckey Board," a The present sergeant majorE the master sergeantin by
Headquarters study group delving ( -9)) and first sergeant (E-8)) E-7 pay grades will be the old rank in E-3.
into Marine personnel prob- would remain untouched. Billets gunnery sergeant rank. Technical No changes were proposed for
lems. for these are limited, though, sergeant rank would stay in the private first class and pri- With TheToastmasters

THE BOARD headed by Maj. and the Luckey, Board is said to E-6 but the staff sergeant rank vate ranks, respectively in
Gen. Robert B. Luckey, has re- have suggested two additional would be eliminated from the grades E-2 and E1.Children's .

_. Ralph Smith was named
w s. Reading speaker of the week at 1 a s tThursday's

DIAPER gathering of Navy

Program Slates Jax Officers' Toastmasters.

DOINGSTwentytwo Smith, on his third basic

Z p 4 Gator Bowl PartyThe training speech, delivered a
births with .boys humorous dissertation, "How To
outnumbering the girls, 14-8, Readers Sky Party for Buy a Cat."

were recorded at the Naval children is scheduled Aug. 15 Huel Holloway introduced the

Hospital last week. at the Gator Bowl. Children interested speakers of the evening, includ-

Answering the 'roll were: Boy, r4F in attending are askedto ing Mack Bailey, who spoke on

James Scott, to James Bagg, report to the NATTCenter "The #l5 Percent" of your mind
AT2 and Mrs. Bagg, July 11; ( X library by tomorrow, August 1. that remains unused; Sam And-
Boy, Troy Gregory, to Ocarr v Those who plan to go in cos- erson, "Would I Do It If I
White, GM3 and Mrs. White, \ ) tume to compete for prizes in Could?," his icebreaker speech;

July 11; Boy, Mathew Paul, the parade of book characterswill C. C. Smith, "Power Poker,"
to Richard Taylor, PH3, and find suggestions to help the international game of show-

Mrs. Taylor, July 12. them at the library. down in the mid-east, and Lou

Boy, William Francis, to W. Forty-two youngsters have solar Sartor, "Women," 'nuff said.

F. Curran Jr., AE1, and Mrs. reading cards and several The club welcomes Ted Men-
Curran, July 12; Baby Boy to have completed the 12 books required denhall of VFP-62 as the new-

Everett Hodge, GM2, and Mrs. for a certfiicate. Dead- est member and extends an invitation -
Hodge, July 12; Girl, Susan Lee, line for this is August 12. to all officers in the are..
GF1 and Summer story hours have con-
to Robert Flickinger, themselves
wishing to improve
tinued under the auspices of
Mrs. Flickinger, July 12; Baby socially and professionally
NATTCenter Officers Wi i ve s
Boy to Clark Hock, AT2 and
through speech.
Mrs. Hock, July 12. Club.
should
Boy, Donald Eugene, to Wil- ->:>>.""" :< :,.,,>*;j.f.:';'XM"w":; ,,,,,::xiMW: :,=m :j1 t t.StMf. 1Uii1tt'qqW: : t# the Thursday gathering morning hour at and 1000 a 11 is tact Interested Lt. Don persons Dougherty at con-extension -

liam Young, AD2, and Mrs. TALL GUYS, GALS '- This group of 'Tall Guy and 402. ,
Young, July 13; Girl, Loretta Gals," member of the club of the same name, listen to future youngsters are welcome.Approximately *
agenda of activities for the club, only one of its kind in Jack 50 children
Marie to Ronald DeGon, AN, 4
sonville. Pictured are, left to tight, Loup Zboyan, Vivian Duke have been attending the two Some 100 toastmaster an
and Mrs. DeGon, July 13; Boy, Grace O'Hare, club president Leonard Sapp and Lavada Good guests were on hand at last'
Gregory Lanier, to Jerry Rich- win. Zboyan is an enlisted man with NAS Jax Disbursing groups. Saturday's Area Speakoff' helc
ards, PHA3, and Mrs. Richards, while others are civilians employed at the Station's Supply at the Mayflower Roof wher

July 13; Girl, Gayla Suzann, to Department. Lcdr. Lamert New representatives from six are

John Harris, PH2, and Mrs. Har- clubs competed for the fur-lined
ris, July 13. Supply Employee Heads Fasron 109 Chief gavel.

Girl, Lois Ann, to T/Sgt. and Command of Fasron 109 passed The fur-lined gavel went to
Mrs. Alfred Jones, July 13; Girl, from Comdr. Paul L. Holmes to I Frank Osborne of DowntownClub

Lavonne Verna, to Vernon Kirkland Tall Gals ( ClubIf Lcdr. Glenn E. Lambert in a 297, who won the votesof
AM3, and Mrs. Kirkland, Guys change of command ceremony the judges with his deliveryon
July 13; Boy, Robert Sheldon, July 16 in the squadron area. "Wheels of Fortune."
to Lt (jg) and Mrs. Maurice Comdr. Holmes has left for Comdr. C. W. Rainwater of
you're between the ages of 18 and 48; if you girls are
Axenfeld, July 14; Girl, Brenda duty at the Naval War Collegein Jax Navy Club 546 captured
all of five feet, ten inches tall, and if you men are six feet
Marie, to Joseph Nevenner, SK3, and you can pass necessary qualifications for membership, Newport, R. I. second place with his talk on
and Mrs. Nevenner, July 14. you stand a fine chance of becoming a member of the local Lcdr. Lambert, Naval Academy "This I Believe;" while Alec

Boy, Richard LeRoy, to Sher- "Tall Guys and Gals" Social Club. graduate, received his wings in Vaughan of NAS Cecil Field

man Ellis, MM3, and Mrs. Ellis, Initial gathering of' the Club 1945. He has served with VP-12, Club 2454 won third place for
club if they meet the qualifica- VP-29 and Air Transport Squadron his topic on "My Wife Says."
14 Allen Dale to
July ; Boy, took place last month at the
tions. One. Other contestants were J. R.
John Ferrell, AN, and Mrs.Fer- residence of Grace O'Hare, club
For further information, con- He's also been service with the O'Connor of State Farm Club
rell, July 15; Boy, Richard Carl- organizer, and was. reported a tact Miss O'Hare at NAS Jax Bureau of Aeronautics, and recently 2385, whose subject was "Never
complete success.ORGANIZATION
ton, to Henry Moore, PR2, and extension 8684, or after working graduated from the Naval Say Diet;" Lawton Green, Navy
of this
Mrs. Moore, July 15; Boy Ro- so- hours at EV 7-6870. War College. Civilian Club 2366, and M/Sgt.
first of such
cial club marks the
bert Lee, to Jack Wingate, AM2, outfits in Jacksonville, accord- W. T. Hall of Mar-Nav Easy 7
Club 2280, "As Others See Us."
and Mrs. Wingate, July 16; Girl, ing to Miss O'Hare, former mem-
Presiding over the session was
Shelia Marie, to James Van ber of the Tip Toppers Club of I Capt. H. H. Young of Club 54*

Ness, SN, and Mrs. Van Ness, Washington, D.C.It while Lcdr. R. M. Mullins, also
Eureka was pointed out there is a I IF..kV(4V.N of Club 546
July 16; Baby Boy, to was toastmaster.
Sittle, ENC, and Mrs. Sittle, national affiliation of Tall Clubs MSgt. Muller, Club 2280, dis-
throughout the nation. Nearestone trict lieutenant
July 16, and, Baby Girl to T/Sgt. to the local unit is in Miami. the welcoming governor address., delivered -

and Mrs. Roy Dorsett, July 17. Currently the Jax Tall Guys Judges were Arthur Newett,

and Gals Club numbers a mem- Club 2385; Lt. Curt Kretzch,

bership of 40, and it's still grow- mann, Club 546; Andrew Planey,

NEW WEATHER ing, says Miss O'Hare. Club 2366, and Comdr. George
MARRIED couples and service Hauge, Club 2454.
SERVICE DUENAS personnel are invited to join the

Jax has recently been MarylandManNamedTopAEB ? New Admin Officer
approved to have pilot to
aerology weather forecaster ( ) School GraduateCharles Reports To CenterComdr.

service, according to Comdr. Sanders, AEC, of William Cook reported
James Mullins, NAS Jax Emmitsburg, Md., was named aboard NATTCenter
July 11 and
Weather Service Officer. week's
honor student in last
and will
assume duties of
This new service, when graduation at Aviation Electri- Administration Office tomorrow
functioning, will be on an cian's Mate School Class B at (
Friday.)
assigned high frequency on NATTCenter.
Comdr. Cook, native of Tupelo
which the pilot can talk directly Sanders, who entered the Navyin -
Miss., reported here from i'
to the forecaster whilein August, 1945, will report to Heavy Attack

flight, it was said.It VA-216, Naval Air Station, ___._______ ,____.._M__.. """"I Squadron Three,
at
Naval
Air
was pointed out also thata Moffett Field, Calif., for duty. HEAD FOR EMBASSIES A quartet of Marine enlisted Fla. Station, Sanford, '
weathervision installation is men stationed at the NAS Jax Marine Barracks
recently
expected to be started in the Daffynishuns: Ginger Ale for embassy duty. By re-upping. these men reenlisted -
preference for assignments with American IhrmiovP Daffynishuns: Tomorrow
embassies -
near future. drink that feels like foot
A
your out the world. Left to right are, S/Sgt. F. L. Duford, Sgt. W. J. One of the greatest Iabor-savin6
when it goes to sleep. McCoy, Corpl. D. P. Hudson and Sgt. J. T. Chaffee. devices of today. \\ti



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SPORTSawr
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Luck Story of the Week: t.., '1< \1 t"m: '" c ... I For 6ND Golf Dogfight
'"
wling at Ft. Richardson, :.' ," '>"< ..I.i: ..'.,,He; 'I".' ;':, :\ : ,,. : ..' .,;', } j
:
[ask, Maj. Beverly Finkl< : "i(,' ; :'";>
w 11 straight strikes and w I Comdr. R. O. "Bob" Wallace, top man, on a strong Pen

left the nine pin tottering sacola Navy club, led swingers through first 36 holes of the

still upright on his 12th ball 1958 Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament at the well-

major carries a 165 average manicured 6,618-yard NAS Jax"golf course this week with

nee Bend, guard on the great 70-77-147.

dIe eleven of 1954, is now ar; Third round play was sched-

second lieutenant at Olmd uled yesterday with individualand Jennett, favorite for the crownin

AFB, Pa. Lt. Col. ,:Roy team winners being declared some camps held a 79-75-

ZIY" Dismuke, now at Truaj; today (Thursday) following 154,

id, Wis., is a veteran of two '1 \ cessation of firing about 1600. BEST LOCAL efforts were

I |e Bowl classics in 1926 and 4 turned in by NAS Jax's Frank
THE MEDAL play, 72-hole affair
with the Alabama'Crimson Richards and Bob Peters, who
was turning out to be a dog
shot identical rounds of 79-84
fight for top honors between two
head grid coach of the -163.
|ow former NAS Jax Station champ-

Diego State Aztecs, Pau '; ions, Comdr. Wallace and Earvin Tom Doyle, seaman from Green

I email held the nation's pass Scott, first class electrician'smate Cove Springs, is faring well,
record in 1942 with posting scores of 78-83 for a
) 1,44; srs S w from Green Cove Springs,,
is gained on 87 passes corn r:4 with 7673149.Top 161, while top man for Cecil
cd in 165 attempts. $4 Field is M. E. Watkins with 89-
golfers from the Sixth,, 81170.Ed .

ne Berard had to miss two Fifth, Eighth, Tenth and Fif- Overby leads the NATT.
all games with the 15th Inf
teenth Naval Districts begin i
l
Center quartet with a 164, fash-
team at Ft. Benning, Ga.,
! firing for the South Atlantic ioned on rounds of 81-83. George
ing for his tailor-made uniHe's -
Regional crown Saturday (Aug. Ruscetta, a lone wolf entry from
i. 6f6", 330 pounds ,.
2)) at the NAS Jax greensward. VFP-62, has rounds of 79-81-
., tico, Va., Marines have Final round is set for Wed-

duled Rutgers for a 1958 grid nesday with the All -N a v y 161.Top four Open finishers and

pnent Tourney scheduled to cap a jam- the top two in Seniors play

I annie Lee, now a language packed 15 days of golf here,, will comprise the Sixth Naval

uctor at Ft. Benning, Ga.,, Aug. 8-11. District team in South Atlantic

the youngest registered bas- ti IT'S QUITE likely former NAS competition beginning here Sat-

all official in Alabama when champions Comdr. Wallace and urday.,

[tooted the whisle in high Scott will be joined in All-Navy

lol games at18. _. .__ .___ .__' '__... nm.mnn.n..n.. .n........ m play by Ensign Bill Scarbrough,

'hy quarterbacks flip: Al TOP PIN TOPPLERS VW-4 added another feather to perhaps the most wellknownname Hospital Golfers

mouth have 40 differ- its trophy-laden athletic cap last week by powering its way in local Navy golfing cir-
they to an impressive victory over Naval Air Weapons Systems cles.
variations of just running School of NATTCenter for the All-Station bowling title. Hurri- Pace Intramural

ackle. cane Hunter keglers are, front row, (left to right) Ken Meadows "Big Bill" recently capturedthe
Pete Della Penna and Bill Saltmarsh. Rear, Bill McVey Bill ServLant championship and
cost the Baltimore Colts just
Smith, Ed White and Ralph Tice. should be representing somebodyin League PlayoffPlayoffs
?nts for a telephone call to
the All-Navy fracas.A .

I my their Unitas.stickout He flunked quarterback as a Green Cove Host For turned classy in ,by two-under the late-finishing par 70 1958 Mainside are underway intramural to finda golf

burgh Steeler in 1955. champion, following completionof
Wallace Monday pushed the

l m Kraus, Otis AFB, Mass.,, District Softball PlayNaval Pensacola whiz into a five- regular season competition

ker drafted by Andrews: stroke first round margin over last week.

1957 All-Air Force baseball Station Green Cove Springs is scheduled to host Ed Fennell of Glynco. Hospital, finishing the season
D. C. to help them win in first place, NARTU, Admin-
$, the 1958 Sixth Naval District Softball Tournament Aug. FENNELL held a one-stroke
|rn, has Red Sox, Giants and bulge over Scott when early istration and VW-4 No. 1 are
20-26, two days earlier than originally planned.
small war for the
ee scouts on his doorstep.ck i finishes were posted. waging a
Competition will be held among
Wiley, Eglin AFB, Fla.,, five-state tourney will be conducted in Wallace's 70 was the only Mainside crown.
the best clubs in the
Winner of this four-way playoff -
all ramblin accordance with 1958 Amateur round turned in the
) guard, was a bothmen's sub-par by
6ND area with play in will face the NATTCenter
fck at Georgia Tech and playn Softball Association Rules. 71-man field. Of this figure, 12-
and women's division. AllStationgolf
the Sugar Bowl twice, District winners in both men's men are entered in Seniors' title-holder for the
JAX NAVY expects to entera
{Cotton Bowl and the Gator and women's divisions will enter competition. toga.
formidable club, one that has In final week's regular season
South Atlantic Regional
II. Defending Seniors champion,
fared well in City League activity Mainside FAW-11
at ,
play Aug. 28-Sept. 1 at NAS Comdr. H. M. Sias of the Sev- play
this season.In downed VW-4 No.1, 5%-3/;
Pensacola.
enth Coast Guard District at
their most recent scheduled Hospital trimmed Fasron Six,
Miami, was again making a
e commitment, the Fliers were 9-0; FAW-11 racked up VP-18,
stab at the 6ND crown.
held inactive, although pickingup k 8-1; FAWTU tripped VP-18, 9-0,
The veteran linkster held a
a forfeit win Pittsburgh Plate and NARTU 'dropped FAW-11,
four-stroke lead Anthony
WATERLINE over
Glass failed to field a full team. 6-3.
Grego of Green Cove Springs,
Cecil Field, league rival of Also, NARTU blanked VP-18,

Jax Navy, edged Painters i 155-159. 9-0; FAETU overwhelmedFAWTU
GOLF BUGS believe the win-
Roosters, 3-2, with Bob Mc- 9-0, and Hospital
will be better
ee sailboats of the J a x Clabey besting ace Roger Barnesin LJa ning Open score dumped VA-15, 6-3, to win the
than the 303 posted last
year
Sailing Club participatede a hill duel. top spot.
Sanford's Gene Witzel.
Regatta last Sunday al BOTH CLUBS got five hits. by Final Standings

[St. Johns Yacht Club inca Cecil Field is also expected to '4i Many sources figure a 295 Hospital 83 35 .7014AKTU
will be good enough to take 78x.! 38' .672Admin.
; enter 6ND play. 89'46i :.600
Other clubs should be host the marbles. Witzel, along with VW-4 No. 1 6848,t ..586679th
first
ee heats were run, leaders Bruce Cudd and Jim AF 6f III .564
ping at 1400. Navy Bantam Green Cove Bullets, Memphis FAW-ll 641 62' ..552VAH1
Kinder (All-Navy title-holder) 641 621!t .11:12:
571, skippered by Larry Navy, Pensacola Goshawks, Key Opera. :l1! IIn ..1100VA.U
have not returned this
year. 55 82 .410
and Charleston Navy.In .
fin- West Navy
val of NATTCenter,
finisher FAWTU :5284.448!
Only 6ND high entered -
in second place in two women's play, the Jax FaRrO" Six 44',7I' ..383FAETU
is Memphis' Ben Jennett, 43!2 72',5 ..377VW
and third place in the Navy Crackerjax are looking for :
,setto. their third consecutive District who took fourth place in the 1957 .4 No. 2 27'!. 85: ..241


Roy Van Rope of the title.The local Waves drubbed i fray.Wallace, the early leader, and
AC&W Air Force Squad-
I l2. and 7-2, in a Scott were teammates on the
Memphis, NATTC LINKS
ailing Rhodes Bantam No.
affair last 1953 Jax Navy 6ND team.
two-team year.
finished with one secondwo SCOTT HAS recorded effortsof
him IN THEIR most recent outing, RACE TIGHTENSWith
thirds, giving a '
76-73 149 making four
earned win up
Crackerjax a
f place in the Bantam class. the strokes 'through his second two weeks remaining,
via the forfeit route when Pru-
ny Mason of the Florida dential could muster only eight Lyv; ; round try to vault within two the race in the NATTCenter

Club was the Bantamr. for Women's City ; marks of Wallace. Intramural Golf League remains -
I players a affair
Third place at the 36-hole a three-team
I League fray.Competiiton F5fy of NAWS
Purcell of NAS Jax in both men's and : : ; ; juncture was held by R. C. Boydof with the Missilemen

skippering Snipe No. women's 6ND events will be on i.G9i.avscac; ''::xxoNh.fiyN a ...7,6r a: Pensacola, who weaved a fine School leading the pack witha

jf rated sixth place for the double-elimination basis. The RELIABLE Veteran soft- 152 on the strength of 79-73 15-3 mark.Firsthalf .
in the a ball hurler Earl Bishop is caus- rounds. winners, a tie
+ 11 and first
1 Regatta of noise in city and and
ing plenty between NAWS School
and Scott both did the
r 150-sq. ft. said area Hunter: "Are you sure we're Station diamond circles this Boyd
not lost? I was told you were summer. The crafty Bishop,who course in 73 Tuesday for low AE School, will hold a play-

total of 14 boats in this the best guide in the state of hurled for Dispensary in intra- individual scores that day. off August 18, followed by a

four Jet 14s Maine." mural play, recently threw a Surprising Fennell tied a. 78 playoff between tHe second
including no-hitler in the
City Leagueas
[Daytona Beach, made Guide: "I am, only I think Jax Navy thumped Pitts- onto his opening day 75 for a round champs.

tition extremely keen. we're in Canada now." burgh Plate Glass, 50. 153 good for fourth place while

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( from Page 1))

said U. S. 1 and pointed toward
Jax Ho made a turn here and For Bent

headed up U. S. 1. 4-Rm. House. 5934 So. Fire-
It took slightly over six hours stone Rd. (just off 103rd St.) I SALTY HUMOR FROM

for Galan to consume the 35- EV 9-7504. Wheat: HERE AND THFRE

mile distance from the Ancient 2-Rm. Furn. Apt. 3077 Colum-

City to the Gateway City. bus Ave. (Woodstock). EV- Daffnyishuns: Parking spaceA -
He paused for about five minutes 9-6886. Emery. space ten inches too short, on

j every hour. And he never the other side of the street.
sat down, or laid down, on any Small Furn. Apt.' 4633 Wheeler 4k\ .
Ave. $50 Mo. EV 9-4275. Groves. $ Is
of these stops, merely crouchingover Goofy Guy had two horses
to catch a bit of revitalization 3-Bdrm. house. $85 Mo. Avail. but he couldn't tell them apart.

much like Boxers do duringthe Aug. 1. EV 7-7048. He cut the tail off one horse,
o } y
precious minutes between 1-Bdrm. Gar. Furn. Apt. $65 but it soon grew out again.

rounds. Mo. CII 6-3295. Neptune Beach. : t : Then he cut the mane of one
Galan plodded along with an horse. When that out he
3-Bdrm. Unfurn. h 0 u s e. 4526 grew ,
even pace to the Jacksonvillecity didn't know what to do.
Blount Ave. Avail after Aug. 1.
limits on Phillips Highway, EV 7-7388. Gannott. So he called up his uncle and
ran down Kings avenue t 0
told him the problem. "Whydon't
Miami road, to the Main St.3ridge. 2-Bdrm. bungalow. 4360 Lex- you measure the two

I ington Ave. $65 Mo. EV 9-1584. horses," suggested the uncle.

FINALLY ready to call it quitsat Larsson. ....._ ,n And that's how Goofy Guy
almost 1800, the Miami native NEW INNOVATION has been added to
3-Room Unfurn. Apt. 4222 Something new found out that the white horse
headed, still running, to the Woodmere St. Sahlin. the NAS Jax Waves Barracks, with installation of a Laundry was' three inches taller than the
Base Bus Station.As and Dry Cleaning Issue Room for barracks personnel. The
3-Bdrm. Furn. house. 4602 room also handles shoe repairs and is open weekdays from black horse.
luck would have i it, he .
Manchester. $150 Mo. EV 9-4445- 1630-1830. Behind the counter is Barracks CMAA Marge Calla.
recognized a Marine buddy, Sgt. PO 5-4466. Foster. han, PN2 who is in charge of the service, with Chris Cotton, A man riding horseback sawa
Robert Ware of AvFund School, DK3 checking out tome dry cleaning. little dog trotting along the
3-Bdrm. Furn. h 0 use. 4602
in the bus station aId
a car near road.
Manchester Rd. Avail. July 26. "Patch Work" Systems Assailed
ride to the base.
hopped a "Good morning," said the dog.
He plans to take the run again $150 Mo. PO 5-4466/EV 9-6531.
"Good the
morning
man re-
sometime soon and claims he Foster. President Sets Up Federal plied.

knows of another fellow, a Ma- 1-Bedroom Hse-Trlr. Conv. As the dog went down the

rine attached to MAD, who wantsto NAAS Mayport. $55 Mo. EV- road, the man remarked aloud,

travel with him. \ 7-6836. Ensign Gaudry (VP-18)). "I didn't know dogs could talk."
GALAN SAYS a good runner 2-Bdrm. bungalow. 8415 Col- Pay System Study GroupA "I didn't either," agreed the

can average 70 or 80 miles a lins Rd. (near NAS). CO-4-4882. horse.

day, so, according to this esti- Kurka. special Commission to study and make appropriate .

mate, the St. AugustinetoJacksonville Miscellaneous recommendations for changing the various Governmentpay He arrived home at three in

junket wasn't overpow- Found: Watch at CPO Club. systems has been asked Congress by President Eisen- the morning and his wife was

ering for the rugged ..Marine Found two weeks ago. Claim by hower last week, as disclosed by the weekly Federal Em quite angry. "So," she said,

marathon runner. ident. ployees' News Digest. "you finally realized there's no

His life-long ambition has beento Found: High School gradua- In a special message, the Pre- three branches of the Federal place like home."

run the perimeter of the tion ring. Yr. 1957. Initial inside sident proposed establishment ofa Government. I "I don't know about that," he

United States. And he'd also enjoy "J. B. M. Cont\t F.A.D.C.M. .- 15-member Joint Commissionon answered. "But it's the only
traveling to Miami, on foot, A. A. Barracks "L" Ext-670. the Civilian Employee Com- "THE FEDERAL governmenthas place open this time of night.'
naturally.His pensation Policy of the Federal no comprehensive, uniformpay .
.. Wanted: Riders. Leaving for policy," the President told
Immediate plans are to .
Government.THE
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 5th 6th. Jim: "My old man used to doa
or Congress, He said there are at
take leave in New York City. COMMISSION would
I. EV 4-7289. report tight rope act in the cirtus,
least 77 different plans in
Only he entertains no plans by January 1, 1960, with pay but he got fired one day."
Executive Branch and esti-
whatsoever of covering the dis- recommendations on "creating a the Bill: "Why?"
mated that than 300 dif-
tance on foot.Hydrofoil. sound, basic compensation struc- more Jim: "He was tighter than
ferent 'laws relate to Federal
ture," including criteria for future the rope."
adjustments in pay. compensation. *

BoatExperiment Membership of the commission The present pay setup failsto A mule and a jeep stopped on

w 1 would include three members provide equitable treatmentfor the road one day and lookedat
Is appointed by the President from all Federal workers, the each other.

{, itsWt the Executive Branch, three individuals President said. He declared that Mule (breaking silence): "I'ma
appointed by the Pre- the present system is too slow "
horse, what are you?
Held By NavyThe tiO sident to represent the public, and too inflexible to permit Jeep:" I'm an automobile."

four Senators of the House and Government to meet competitive Whereupon they both laughed
Navy's Bureau of Shipsis
the chairman appointed by the salary conditions in private in- heartily.
currently evaluating experi- President.The dustry.As .
mental hydrofoil boats.
.
is study would include the a result, he noted, "it has Speaking of trade relations,
One such boat the 15-ton
pay systems for classified, postal become more and more diffi- almost everyone would like to.
Halobates.: The craft is capableof '
S SV iYS and per diem Federal workers, cult for the Federal Governmentto
speeds in excess of 30 miles-
as well as those for membersof recruit and retain. competent
per-hour with loads above 8,000
Congress, top pounds, and has the configuration .
appointive officials, legislative scales often have not remained
of a landing craft. .
Equipped with forward feelersto and judicial personnel, etc. competitive." Plan Joint

control hydrofoils and heightof MR. EISENHOWER specifiedthat The President indicated he

the boat, Navy officials say the commission should con- felt that the Executive Branch Dinner Meeting

that a hydrofoil-equipped boat sider military pay only so far. should have more leeway in Four Navy-affiliated Toast-

will give better riding qualitiesin as it relates to othercompensation setting pay within broad stand- masters Clubs Jax Navy, Mar-

rough water and will exceed systems, because the military :. ards set by Congress.U. Nav-Easy 7, Navy Civilian,

by 50% or more the speed of pay system has just been and NAS Cecil Field have

conventional boats of the same revised. S. Pacific Fleet combined efforts for a special
size and with the same installed The study would be the most dinner meeting to be held

power. important one for Federal workers Proves CapableVice at the Officers Club, August

At a future date, the feelers and would affect the pocket- Admiral Wallace Beakleyhas 7 at 1900.Featured.

will be replaced by a simple book of all Government em- announced the powerfulU. speaker for the
evening will be Mr. King
electrical height sensing device. ployees.In S. Seventh Fleet has suc-
Meanwhile, tests are being BATHING BOOTY Belly asking Congress to set up cessfully tested its capability for Merritt, president of King
conducted on hydrofoil control Frazee prepares to set out her the pay study commission, Mr. general and limited war duringthe Merritt & Co., New York, one
systems with the five-ton craft, nets at Silver Springs, Fla., and Eisenhower assailed the present of the nation's foremost public
appears to be getting a boot or recently completed exercise"Knockout"
Sea Legs. two out of the chore. "patchwork" pay systems in aUI speakers.All .
Toastmasters in the Jai
'
% The six-day exercise was held area, and their guests, are

,Crisis Fails To Stop Outs Or RotationContinued in the Far East in an area from urged to attend this special
meeting.
the North Pacific to the South

( from Page 1)) Services personnel planners, says out two months ahead. China Sea.

During the same time, the Navy Times. Starting Jan. 31, 1959, the
The main forces spearheadedby
Navy scheduled the mothballingof To increase the ,Downward N a v y will discharge enlistedmen Fleet Reserve Sets DinnerA
48 ships. It's been decided to trend in Navy's numbers, the one month early. the attack carriers Hornet, chicken dinner i will be

forego this decision. service is releasing men two BuPers officials report that Hancock and Shangri-La, also given Saturday (August, 2)), 1800-

NOT ONLY must men be keptto months ahead of their normal commanding officers may retain 'i included an Anti-Submarine 2100 at the clubhouse of the

run the 48 vessels but more separation date.EFFECTIVE men on active duty until their Hunter Killer Group, the Taiwan Fleet Reserve Association,
sailors are needed to man the tomorrow (Aug. regular expiration date.
Patrol Force, Logistic Supply Branch 98, on Highway 16 adjacent -
31 new ships expected to join 1), enlisted personnel, including This authority,'however, will
the Fleet this fiscal year. those in the TAR program, whose probably only be used by skip- Force, the Destroyer Force and to Green Cove Springs

Things like this are causing normal tour ends Sept. 1, 1958 pers whose ships are in troubled an Airborne Early Warning Naval Station. Members and

king-sized headaches with Sea through' Jan. 31, 1959, will get waters. Group. guests are urged to attend.