Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Aggressive Saurian 'Hooked' I

tj You never know what's go- a cane pole. It was a balmy what was on the other end

Ing to strike when you're evening and PaganinJ} was of the line. I

plugging a river or lake. The out for an hour or two of It was an alligator, between

fish are there but so are other relaxation.It three and four-feet long and
{ '
things. wa, 2200, he had casta all 15 pounds were fighting
61l ( ( AND 'THIS is just what Al few times, then it happened

: Paganini, IIM1, of NAS Jax Rand fast! mad.He
took him home then
Control Cen- car-
Disease Vector Something struck hard. "A
ried the saurian to work with
ter found out last Wednesday big one", thought Al, and the
him the next day to prove
night. medical corpsman braced him-
Paganini was fishing from self to play his quarry. his catch before setting the

the small pier which juts out THE STRIKE fought hard 'gator free in an unpopulatedarea.

into Casa Linda Lake at the' for about 10 minutes, giving .

north end of the Station golf Paganini a rough" time and "I prefer to catch fish any-

course. finally, when he had eased time to 'gators, they're easierto

HE WAS using a surface his catch close enough to the handle",. exclaimed Paganini. -

popper on a line attached to pier to haul it in, he realized !. ?


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Vol. 16 No./19 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville,. Florida 7 August 1958
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NAS Jax Disease and Vector Control Center, holds three-foot
alligator he caught the other night while plugging for fish in Station Links ;Yk > Sro
Casa Linda Lake aboard the Station. The 'gator, who resembles jt.v j
Albert of comics fame, snapped at Paganini's plug instead of
the fish. The saurian was 'released in an out-of-the-way area Readied For I
after Paganini had his "catch" recorded by the camera.

Promotional Exams Carded 'Big Show' rf

The All-Navy Golf Tourna-

ment, long-awaited by 1 o c a !I
For Nearly 500 EM HereNearly linksters since announcement of:

its coming last December, moves

5,00 enlisted personnel aboard the Station are out of the planning stage and

slated to take Fleet-wide examinations during August. into reality with start of first

round at NAS Jax tomorrow _
the list those
Heading were ing, while 131 enlisted men will (Friday.)
taking for promotions to _
exams .
attempt to pass the E-5 exam
E-9 and E-8, the new super pay next Tuesday at Mainside. By directive, ComSix is host _

grades, with these tests being At NATTCenter, the count is for this year's Navy Golf World x.

given last Tuesday. 49 for E-4 and 46 for E-5 exams, Series which, in turn, designatedNAS

ALONG WITH these tests, The test for E-6 promotions is Jax as site of competition. :

men qualified for "pro" pay scheduled to be given Thursday, The best of the Navy's golfers

also took examinations Tuesday.In Aug. 14 with 80 NATTCentermen should start teeing off tomorrow ,tAT
the E-9 group, there were going up and 131 from .at 0800 with the Station ,<<.". .'_ ;O:.l ;;"':J.p.i7S.tIIIIIa.k! ,. J

71 candidates at NAS while 15 Mainside. course at peak' playing condi- WAVES OPEN HOUSE Rear Admiral Wendell G.
went up for E-8 and 26 for pro- tion. Switzer, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, was one of several
Missouri Man Shows high-ranking officers present at the Open House at the NAS
ficiency pay. Among early entries are Walt Jax Waves Barracks last Thursday celebrating the 16th anni-
The combined total of chief Way At AKA( ) School Axcell, Comdr. John Wheatley, versary of women in the Navy Adm. Switzer is shown cutting
first piece from cake with Wave representative Jerry Smers
petty officers going up for E-9 Elmer Webb, AKAN, of Pop- Jim Letourneau and Jimmy Lee tik, HM2. An Open House was also held at the NATTCenier
and E-8 at NATTCenter was 58, lar Bluff, Mo., gained top hon- from Pacific Coast; and Atlantic Waves Barracks.

while 64 took out "pro" pay tests. ors in last week's graduation at representatives Lcdr. W. Ware,

ONE HUNDRED and thirtyone Aviation Storekeeper School Curly Picard, Gene Witzel, 1957

candidates will try to pass Class A at NATTCenter. 6ND champion, and "Big Bill" Local Aviation Safety

the E-4 examination this morn- Webb will report to NAAS Scarbrough, holder of a barrelfulof

Beeville, Tex., for duty. local titles.

Photo Lab EM I Plan Bared By NavyRear

Aids Jaycees Admiral Wendell G. Switzer, Commander of Fleet'

Air Jacksonville, today disclosed newly established plansto

Polio Drive minimize the possibility of mid-air-collisions and near

misses between civil and military aircraft in this area.

Spearheaded by an NAS Jax Under new visual flight rules,
enlisted man, the Jacksonville all Navy pilots flying at or below route to training areas and on

Junior Chamber of Commercegave 4500 feet have been directed routine missions, but remained

polio shots to 204 of its I }: to remain clear of a designated outside Imeson's immediate con-

members and dependents in the I wide area surrounding Jack- trol area. ,
; sonville's Imeson HOWEVER, since 1 m e s o n's
grand ball room of the Seminole f airport. Those
Hotel, July 29. c' J'v crossing this area above the min- radar extends a considerable

Eugene Cantrall, PHI, Pro- imum altitude will fly at reduced distance beyond its control area,
Navy planes frequently appeared -
airspeeds and exercise
jects Chairman of the Public
the radar thus
on scope
Health Committee of the Jay- treme caution.
making it difficult for radar
cees, initiated the idea and was THE NEW flying rules are partof
observers to distinguish between
instrumental in providing for the Navy's continuous pro-
military planes and civil air-
the Jaycees first attempt to in- gram of aviation safety designednot
craft cleared land
to at Imeson.
noculate its members againstthe only to improve safety of
Pilots flying cross country, using -
dread disease. flight for the Navy but also
for civil and visual flight rules, will enter
transport private
Among those present at the / the "caution" area, but shall obtain -

innoculations was Sen. Spessard flying.Outlined each Jack- permission at the time of
Holland (D., Fla.) who com- on pilot's filing their flight plan.
sonville the extends
mended Cantrall and the Jay-
Other those
from Imeson airport approxi- pilots, on local
cees for their work. visual flights must obtain clear-
The borrowed equip- "", .. Jaycees ance enter area by con
PHI GETS HIS SHOT Canirall attached to the miles southeast, five miles northto
ment for the innoculations from Eugene tacting Imeson's tower by radio.
Fleet Air Photographic Laboratory at NAS Jax, was one of 12 miles south, is miles south-
the Navy, State and County many members and dependents of the Jacksonville Junior west and 12 miles northeast.See This will give Imeson positive
Boards of Health and from St. Chamber of Commerce to receive polio shots in a one-day drive ( map on page 6)). control over all type Navy planesin
Lukes Hospital. last week. Cantrall, member of the Jaycees Public Health Until the highly congested area, re-
Committee, instigated the idea for innoculations and has been now, military pilots
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) active in other Jaycee functions, too. criss-crossed over this area en- (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))


7 August 19&8

Beautiful St. Johns River


NAB, JacboDTSDe NEW BILLETEnsign Might Look Invitin g, But -

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ....................................n.......1......,....... .Commanding Officer George Cagle is due
Comdr. Grayston H. Weber .. ........ Executive Officer provide a cooling respite from
swimming may
NAB Sixi Fl..!Ai: Jacksonville CWO Although
Rear Adm. Wendell G. SWitzer ........?.................................................... ... ... Commander to officially relieve there are many folks who
of ,
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr. ...._..?..........."..........,................... ........ Chief of Staff Fairfax James Carryl NAS Jax the sweltering heat summer ,
Capt. Macphenon Williams ...............................,,............. ..... Chief of Staff NAB Sixn..t or foolhardyness, will take a dip
Air Wing Eleven Personnel
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ............M......?..................... Commander Assistant Military waters.
Capt. Thomas S. White ?............?........................ Chief Staff Officer Officer tomorrow (Friday, ). in excessively germ-ridden

CapL Charles I.. Moore Naval Jr.Air........Technical........_..........Training....................Center. .... Commanding Officer Such are the waters of the St. Johns River which borders
Comdr. WUfred E. Fleshman ..........-.................................. ................. Executive Officer CWO Carryl has been trans-
Naval Hospital Air Station Jax.
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy r............... .:......................... Commanding Officer ferred to NATTCenter for Naval

Capt. Norman O. Anderson .... .........NARTV............................................... Commanding Officer duty as Personnel Officer. An order has gone out that there will be no swimming in
Comdr. William JI:. Hardy.... ..........................................*,.... .. ......... Executive Officer Ensign Cagle comes to his the St. Johns. This is why: Periodic tests by the NAS Jax

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Floridaat have shown the river is unsafe for
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 new job from NAS Jax Oper- Medical Department
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof .
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training ations Department.Prior swimming.THE .
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. HUGE of water is
Naval Hospital to his arrival at the SEEMINGLY-INVITING body con.
Service Information Officer ,.............. .... Comdr. Charles M. Thomas
Assistant Service Inforntation Officer ..........". Andrew II. Plancy Station in February, Ensign taminated to the point that a swimmer can possibly become
Editor Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters ;: Jack Holmes, PHI Bill
; ;
Cagle, a pilot, was at intestinal disease, ear fungus or even with
Weekes JOSN. Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings SN. Circulation Distribution, infected with an
Mary Ann Klrchner SN. Staff Photographer Jerry Dalrymple. AN. Chase Field, Beeville, Tex.,
The Jar Air News is a member*of the Armed Forces Press Service. poliomyelitis.Why .
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is with the Advanced Training
.give Photographs_ unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo- Command. is the St. Johns River contaminated? If given a

Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone chance water decontaminates itself with air and
extensions 8164. 8346: 272 or 218. any open
sunlight, but the St. Johns fills a domestic and industrial need.
tr : ?i iap? ? 1C'sf {% o c reygz } p} sseoxr oa};} grr ewe y's''k' .
fr' :;'' .}::, Creeks emptying into the river pass houses and buildingsfrom

which a normal flow of refuse is emitted enough to

ICThursday keep the St. Johns from decontaminating itself.

4 Although pollution is the prime danger for St. Johns

bathers, there are other imminent dangers.
Aug. 7
'' ry+' TRICKY CURRENTS, ALLIGATORS AND poisonous snakes,
Mainside Johnny Trouble
(suspenseful drama) with Ethel such as cottonmouth moccasins, present a constant threat to

Barrymore and Cecil Kellaway.Also the safety of peaceful splashers.

Mugsy and Bugsy. There have also been cases of swimmers being injured by

NATTCenter Yankee Doodle :
{ outboard motors from passing boats.
Dandy (musical drama) with
James Cagney and Joan Leslie. You can therefore clearly see that the chips are stacked

Also, Monster and the Ape, against bathing in the St. Johns.

Chapter 15. One show, 1900 only Keep in mind that you not only have a duty to obey the

Hospital-Desert Hell (foreign orders of your commanding officer, but you also have an obligation -
legion drama) with Brian Kieth
Barbara Hale. Also, Gaston's xv : to your own well-being to stay out of the river.

baby. It's great to commune with nature, but know how to

Friday, Aug. 8 in
::R # commune with safety first!
Mainside Thunder Road

(action drama about moonshine) Elwood Orr Named As
with Robert Mitchum and Gene
Barry. Also, One Meat Brawl. 'K8845-T---U: Top AOA( ) HonormanElwood Navy Blue RaincoatIs

NATTCenter-Johnny Trouble. Orr, AOAN, of White Still Legal GearThe

Hospital-Yankee Doodle Dandy .... _m.............. ....... ..W..m nm.........___.......".. City, Kan., was named honor officer-CPO blue rain-

1900 only. FOR TOP SERVICE-Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., (left) NAS student in last week's graduation coat, ordered replaced by July
Jax commanding officer, presents gold cup to Capt. Ira N. at the Aviation Ordanceman
Saturday Aug, 9 Curtis in honor of his work as Institutional Representative of 1960, now may be worn inde-
NAS Jax Boy Scout units. Capt. Curtis, who left his post as School Class A at NATTCenter.Orr finitely, according to a changein
Mainside Cyclops (science Public Works Officer last week for a new assignment in Boston, will report to FitRon 101, Navy uniform regulations.The .
fiction) with James Craig and was active in Boy Seoul work since coming here in 1954. NAS Key West, Fla., for duty. rain garb with inter-
Lon Chaney Jr.NATTCenterThunder.
Key Scout Figure liner, which was to be stow-
Road. Cop: "Don't you know what I ed away in favor of a mid-

Hospital-Johnny Trouble. mean when I hold up my hand?" dleweight topcoat, may be retained -

Kidde matinee Mainside Scouts Honor Capt. Curtis Old Lady: "I ought to, I wasa as an optional uniform
Knights of the Round Table school I teacher for thirty article. (AFPS)

(color drama) with Robert Tay- years."

lor and Ava Gardner. Also, Mon- For 'Meritorious Service'Over

ster and' the Ape, Chapter 15. [,', Aviation Veteran

Sunday, Aug. 10 50 Boy Scouts and their parents honored Capt. Ira
Retires After 22
Mainside-Brothers Karamazovcolor N. Curtis Wednesday night at Bldg. 802 as he was presentedwith

( drama) with Yul Brynnerand a gold cup for "meritorious service" as Institutional H Years ServiceComdr.

Lee J. Cobb. Also, Gerald Representative for NAS Jax Boy Scout units. (
McBoing. One show, 1900 only. Joseph Eckard, a vet-
Capt. Elliot W. Parish Jr.,
NATTCenter-Cyclops. eran Navy flier, retired last
Station commanding officer, pre- : 7'4J
week after more than 22 years
Hospital-Thunder Road. sented the cup to Capt. Curtisas Second Middle 1 1rfaor' Ir service.

Monday, Aug. 11 23 Sceuts from Troop, Pack and Native of Newton; N. C.,
Post 131 units watched the fare- Group ArrivesTwo
Mainside. 1936
*-Saga of Hemp Brown Comdr. Eckard enlisted in
(color western) with Rory Calhoun -' well presentation.Capt. hundred and fifty-two and was promoted to warrant

and Beverly Garland. Also, Curtis was relieved last Midshipmen comprising the officer one year after outbreakof
Cat Come Back and It's A week as Public Works Officerby second of three contingents WWII. He graduated from

Tough Life.NA'IlTCenter. Capt. James H. Etter, who scheduled for training at NAS Pensacola as an enlisted Naval
Jax this summer, arrived here
will also take Institut-
Brother Kara- over as aviation pilot in 1941.
ional Representative for the Tuesday morning. tI years
mazov. i ; Most of his post-war
This group, to be followedby
Scouts. aviat-
Hospital-Cyclops. 4. were filled with various
one August 12-19, will rotate .
ion aboard
Tuesday, Aug. 12 As Institutional Representative training in segments with '4 4. : 4 4 assignments retirement,
since August of 1954, Capt. Cur- the time of his
Fleet Air Jax
Mainside-Raw Wind In Eden squadrons at staffof
tis for the funct- : Comdr. Eckard was on the
was responsible
color NAS Jax NAS Cecil
( melodrama) with Esther Field, Jack-
Commander Fleet Air,
Williams and Jeff Chandler. ioning of Scout committee and and NAS Glyco, Ga., and with
Also Mad leadership activity and training submarines sonville.In .
Hatter.NATTCenter5aga. operating from
courses as well as for camping Mayport.The May of last year, he
of Hemp trips and other special events. battalion of "Middies"will forced to crash land a Navy
Brown. ADS attack bomber off Normandy -
Capt. Curtis represented near- stay in the area a week Cecil
Hospital-Brother Karamazov. NAS
boulevard near
ly 140 NAS Jax-sponsored Boy gaining knowledge of aviation broken
Wednesday, Aug. 13 Scouts on the Muskogee District I and supporting activities Field. He sustained a vertebra
leg and two dislocated
Mainside She Played With Committee. The district is one with emphasis on their role .1

Fire-mystery( melodrama) with in the Naval establishment.
of 11 in the North Florida Boy .
Jack Hawkins and Arlene Dahl. BC-BS Payments Due
Scout Council.
Also, The Green Archer, Chapter .'- 'V y....... ." i-i., 'o1 Blue Cross-Blue Shield pre-
1. One shoe, 1900 only. Capt. Curtis left Thursday for Daffynishuns: EARLY MISSILE Wave mium payments are due by Aug-
NATTCenter Raw Wind In the Boston Nay a I Ship Yard Seaman Ruth Sexton stationed ust 8.
watching your boss do what at San Diego Naval Train-
Eden. where he will be Works Payments must be made by
Public you just told him couldn't be ing Center, Calif., gets set to cash
Hospital-Saga of Hemp Brown. Officer. done. string an arrow and demon- check or money order as
strate her. skill as an archer. payments will not be accepted.


7 August 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Up The S: Ht Revised ,O'seas' Tours


With Civilians Start For Navy MenUniform

(Periodically, the Jax Air % 5 overseas tours, fixed for the Armed Forces

News in cooperation with the bm $ S by a new Defense Department directive, will begin for
Industrial Relations Department 'k most Naval officers and sailors leaving the US for foreign

will list various promotions for bases after tomorrow (Aug. 1.)
Rigid adherence to a 36-month
Naval Air
Station personnel.)
families overseas until this approval -
overseas tour ashore for of-
Following are recent promo- is received to increasethe
ficers accompanied by dependents -
tions of civilian employees in tour to the maximum allowed -
be modified to safe-
various Station departments. may "with dependents..
guard their Naval careers according -
., ,.
w :. Normal tours for
personnel -
Advanced at Public Works was to an instruction estab- assigned

Will Griffin, automotive equip- 5, 1 lishing lengths of foreign service to non-rotated ships or

ment serviceman third step to {: under the now order. afloat-based staffs or units will

truck driver third step. 1 OTHER THAN for this ex- be two years unless located in

Promoted at Supply was Merle 4. ception, the "standardized" an area where the prescribed
service is less than 24 months,
Graham, clerk-typist GS-2 to shore-base tours will be followed -
in which case the shorter will
clerk-typist GS3.In "as closely as possible within

Miscellaneous, the following : : w ; the limitations imposed by availability apply.
Although specified tours
advancements were made: Mary of reliefs and special cir- ego
into effect for personnel leavingthe
Wooten, typist GS-2 O & R Dept., ,H ., :\I cumstances," the Navy said.
States after Aug. I, lengthof
to clerk-stenographer GS-3 Ind- TAKES HONORS AFTER 30 After completing 30 years Overseas service in the sched-
foreign service be adjusted
ustrial Relations Dept., Aaron Naval service, William Quinn, chief aviation electrician's mate, ule will be computed from the may -
is rendered honors from fellow chiefs as he takes a final saluteat for some who left the
Harden, stock control clerk GS-3 day of departure to the date of:
ceremonies held July 25 at NATTCenter. Prior to retirement, country after June 6, 1957, in
Supply Dept.,. to apprentice return to the US on permanent
Quinn was an instructor at Aviation Electrician's Mate Schoolat changing to the new plan.
metalsmith (aviation) fourth the Center.Voting change of station.

class O & R Dept.; Richard Wil- Requests for foreign-tour ex- "
lis, fiscal accounting clerk GS-3 tensions also may be granted up [)//\.J f'

comptroller dept., to apprentice Laws All Different; to a maximum of one year at 'lRl.F.S/
metalsmith (aviation) fourth
discretion of appropriate com-
\ "
class O & R dept.; Sylvester manders.IN .
Learn Score In Your StateThe
Crum, warehouseman third step THE case of enlisted per- ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

Supply Dept., to sewage disposal sonnel, however, once the tour Sunday, August 10
plant operator first step Public office of Armed Forces Information and Educationand completion date has been enter- 0930-Sunday School for ages

Works Dept.; William Todd, the United States have joined forces to help persons ed in personnel accounting and 3 through adults, Bldg. 722;

electronic technician (general) who, by virtue of their service in the Armed Forces, will service records, it may not be Service of Divine Worship, Chap-

GS-9 Communications Dept., to be absent from their legal voting places in this general elec- changed without approval of the lain Osman.

elecrtonic maintenance technician tion vear. respective Atlantic or Pacific 1100-Service of Divine Wor-

(general) GS-10 Communi- This voting series is to guide Fleet Service Force Commander ship, Chaplains Reagan and
cations Dept. you as to your state's particular accomplished for any particular Davis.
absentee voting laws. election when application is If personnel report without
1800 T n-A Fellowship
e e g e ,
dependents, authority will not be
FOR FURTHER information, made for an absentee ballot or Bldg. 722.
Lt. Col. Harrison granted for the movement of
always consult, your voting offi- when that ballot is cast. 1930-United i Fellowship of

The request should be mailedto 'Sung Harbor' ClosesThe Protestants.
Takes CommandOf cer.There are no registration lawsin the New Mexico Secretary of Men's'Club"Snug Monday, August 11
Enlisted i
14 states and Alaska. Membersof State. The marked ballot shouldbe 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722.
Jax MARTD the Armed Forces from these back in the Secretary of Harbor," located in Build- Thursday, August 14
ing 517 has been closed.
states may vote in general elect- State's office in time to be for- 1915-All Saint's Chapel Re-

Lt. Col. R. W. Teller, former ions without being registered.Use warded to the appropriate coun- The EM Club at Building-593, hearsal, All Saints' Chapel Choir.

commanding officer of the Ma- a Federal Post Card Ap- ty clerk not later than noon the however, will continue to pro- ST. EDWARDS CHAPEL

rine Air Reserve Training De- plication to apply for an absen- day preceding an election. (AF- vide service I along with the Schedule of Masses

tachment at NAS Jax, departedlast tee ballot, following your par PS). Bluejackets' Inn at Mainside. Sunday, :August 10

week for duty with Chiefof ticular states laws regarding absentee 0830-1000.

Naval Operations in Wash- voting. OG30-Daily,

ington, D. C. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
The states, in addition to
Lt. Col. Teller was in com- Alaska are: Arkansas, Illinois, = Naval Hospital

mand of the local unit from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New Jer- .. i. 0630-Catholic Mass.

April 1956 and during his duty sey, North Dakota, Ohio, Okla- 0930-Service of Divine Wor-

i here was instrumental in the homa, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island ship, Chaplain Bryant.

Marine Air Reserve pro g jam Virginia, Wisconsin and Latter Day Saints (Mormon-

reaching the high degree of efficiency Wyoming. Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751.

it has attained in this ARIZONAIn Christian Science Tuesday

area. order to be eligible to vote 1900-Bldg. 751.Employe.

Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison has in both the primary and general En

been assigned as Col. Teller's elections, you must register four Food

relief and assumed command months before the general elec-

August 5. Col. Harrison won his tion.If.

t- wings in, 1942 and served as a you expect to vote in the Service Board
in WWII and the.
fighter pilot
ist general election only, you may
us Korean conflict. I ICol. I register as late as the sixth Report GivenThe

Harrison is holder of the Monday before the general elect-

C., Distinguished Flying Cross, ion. You may register by mail. Civilian Employees Food

))36nt Bronze Star and the Air Medal. Servicemen will receive ab- Service Board publishes the fol-

sentee ballots by filing out a y4; Novu.m+'b aoe.oeot fo+oiKdr.6y'f9d1 lowing report of the cafeteriaand
ak Federal Post Card Applicationand Y'F A"'d vending operations for information -

jmal New Class To mailing it to their county of all employees.The .

/ To AGOA recorder. .(.v.:.'..gaayajrN.i...............;.......%.:...h.:.'y..}.;...:........., 'rr,:.. rF .....:r..w... ._..m ..' board will continue to
Report Applications will be accepted keep employees fully informedof
PIPE OUT Lcdr. Thomas
irs class of 14 students will within the 30 days preceedingthe Lcdr. Ravesi Ravesi of VP-18 is piped out these operations through peri-

it- :onvene at the Aviation Saturday before election day. upon his retirement from the odic issuance of notices and Jax
rs. around Officers School at Navy Side boys are, front to Air News articles.
nt, NATTCenter Sept. 2. MISSISSIPPI 'Piped rear, left side, Lcdr. G. J.
aft commehce Servicemen may apply for a Gamache Lt. P. J. Mulloy, Lt The Board is always interestedin
k- Those slated to "Registration Application" when a traditional Navy (jg) J. Blackford. Right side, improving these operationsand
:lasses are Ensigns Wallace absentee ballots Comdr. J. McChee, Lt (jg) H. welcomes constructive sug'gestions
requesting pro- I last Lcdr.
Jenkins, Louis Hoffer, Harold ceremony Thursday, H. Chilton, Lt (lg) H. A. Hoover from employees. Such
viding registration is effected Thomas Ravesi was "piped over John Reis. At
vasin ( James Joslin, Don- and Lt (jg)
ivy William four months before any general the side" at Patrol Sqadron 18. bo'suns pipe is Roy Van Pelt, suggestions for improvement of
ild Puterbaugh, BM1. service be forwarded to the
election.A He retired after 22 years active may
Smith, Jr., Alfred Schlameus, rood[ Service Board, Box 22.
cil William Perry, Fred Thomasson Federal Post Card Application duty.

;en Charles S wee n e y Jr., to your city or county reg- Lcdr. Ravesi came up the lad- performed the duties of flight Cafeteria operations for first
istrar will be not ten weeks through July 12, total
accepted ear-
>ra.ie DeForrest IV.,
Lockwood der the hard way, starting as officer.He .
sales (less sales tax) 28088.15,
Ronald lier than 60 days before primaryand
Frederick DeHoll, a seaman after enlisting in July,
Grapsy and John Allietta. general elections and any 1937. is entitled to wear the fol- cost of food $15,596.81, payroll

completion of the time before special elections. lowing decorations and ribbons: 11097.46;i other expenses $4,189.
After A native of Oswego N. Y., he
re- 14. Total expenses $30,883.41,
the gradu- When requesting a ,
ug- eight-week course, is a graduate of Oswgeo high Asiatic Pacific; European African net loss of $2,795.26.Vending .
advanced state ab-
ates will be ordered to sure you why you are
school and later took college ,; Middle East; and Eastern machine operationgross
school, shorebasedand sent.
by sea aviation billets. NEW MEXICOFor correspondence courses. Defense. He also has the Good sales $4,027.34, income to

ash scvicemen, registration is While attached to VP-18 he Conduct medal. food service board $161.09. Ia

Pam 4 JAX AIR NEWS 7 Augurt 1958

iA4TMf II Station To Town Bus Fare Is HikedBus I I Scouting I

fare' for the ride from From downtown to the city cent fare within the Station VP-18

NAS Jax to downtown now limits (Verona Ave.) is 20 confines 'remain the same. Lcdr. Thomas Ravesi, Lt (jg)

RE costs 35 cents, a five-cent cents while the 25-cent rate The coach company has John Vaughan and Lt jg) Ab-

increase, according to the applies for a ride to Setti made available weekly passes bot Martin were honored at a

# Jacksonville Coach Co. Ave., and it's 30- ents(for rid- for the price of $3.50 a,week. farewell beer muster held in the
"My boy wants booklarnlnVsaid The same rate, of course, ers going from town to Dewey lounge of the Office's 'club Fri
the mountaineer. "What you applies to the junket from Park. s They may be used by bus

got to offer him?" downtown to the Station. And 'The new fare is figured at riders going to the Air Stationthe day.Lcdr.. Rav sl is retiring after
"Well," said the teacher, "we all fare rates on the Naval 20 cents within one zone and Beaches and on any city in the lie
22 Navy. plans
have spelling, trigonometry, Air Station route have been 25 cents within two zones. bus line without paying extra -
in N.Y.
to live Oswego,
English. : changed. The school rate and the 10- fare.
"Give him that trigonometry," Lt (jg) Vaughan, who was
said the mountaineer. "He's the detached this, will return to college

worst blame shot in the family.. for graduate work in chemical -
A limerick Welcome aboard to A. E.
packs laughs anatomical -
TheWATER Eller, EM-1, and J. E. BlytheJr.

In a space that is most economical ., AN.
Squadron congratulations this
week to Lcdr. and Mrs.Don-
But the good ones we've seen go
So seldom are clean LINEThe nell Howard, parents of a baby

And the clean ones are so sel- girl, born July 27, name Judith
dom. comical. last course in swimming Donnell; weight 6% pounds.VAiS .
instruction for military depen- t
< $ ,4
Jack: "If east is east and-west dents will begin next Monday. (
is west, where is the twain?" i Aug. 11, at Pool 715. Officers and wives of Attack
Dick: "On the twacks." Four separate classes will be. Squadron 15 attended a Career
conducted each day except on. Appraisal Lecture at the Of!
Then there was the mean guy weekends, 'for the next two 'k.< *}a. ficers' Club last Wednesday.An .

yvho pawned his wife's false weeks. I ii ; \r k4I interesting presentationwas
teeth to buy a steak for dinner. These include 45-minute periods ; given by Lcdr. Dewey Wade
for non-swimmers, beginners from ComNavAir Lant in Nor-
II (those who can swim folk, Va.After .
The colonel had been promoted -
but have not passed a begin- the lecture, coffee and
and to celebrate was giving I .
his regiment a lavish banquet.At ners test), intermediates and : S. 1'k Y.{?rY>}i;L'Fti:4: $:,ti sandwiches were enjoyed by all,

adult beginners. especially by Lt (j Jg) Dave Coe
the start, he addressed his ;
Prices .from $10 :
range per per- :.2 and Ensign Jim Ripple.
soldiers: "Fall upon the ''food to $35 for five in .
son persons without men-treat it as
mercy the same family* Robert Mack and Lt (jg) Brad
'you would an enemy. Persons desiring to registerfor ley Hartford on their new silver
Later, as the banquet was end- these classes should do so bars.

ing, he saw a sergeant trying to at 0830 Monday First beginnersclass A AaLLwj Cigars were order of the day
hide a couple of bottles of wine starts at 0900. for Clarence Snodgrass, AM2, '

under his blouse. when his wife presented him

"What are you doing, sergeant At the regatta: at the Florida with a seven pound, seven ounce
?" he asked."Obeying Yacht.Club last Sunday Li. (Jg) baby girl, Connie Jean, July 29.

orders, sir," was the Gene Guazzo of VW-4, with Len Leaving VA-15 this week are:
reply. "What we 'don't kill of LaCaz as crew, came in secondin : V. F. Nelson, AM3; L. D. Anderson
the enemy, we're supposed to the Bantam class. WEATHER CIRCUIT ADDITION-A teletype which scans AM2; A.' E. Roemershauser
weather conditions at all Air Force bases in the is
take prIsoners, Md j. Roy Van Rope of 679th being carefully studied by R. J. Malinowiki AGI. The country circuit, Jr., AN, and W. L. Craun, AA. r
AC&W Squadron, with Sgt. Rileyas relaying weather reports and information every three hours Lt (jg) W. R. (Bob) Walker
crew, came In third. Next regatta from 136 Air Force installations, is newlv-inttalled in Aerology returned to VA-15 this week
DIAPER is set for Sunday at Mul- Division of NAS Jax Operations Department. after three weeks of ED Schoolin

I berry Cove, NAS Jax. With Air Force Bases ,Norfolk Va. Lt (jg) Walkeris
VA-15 Safety Officer.
He: "The first time you con-

I and boys split honorsat tradict me, I'm going to kiss New Teletype- Circuit Keeps VA-104
the Naval Hospital last week, you." It was "hayday" recently for
She "You /' two chief petty officers of Attack -
with sixteen births being recorded. : are not

There were eight girls and NAS Jax 'Up' On WeatherA Squadron 104.

the same number of boys. Lost And l FoundThe transferred Forrest Sawyer to the ,Fleet ADC Reserve, was

"Checking in" were: Girl, NATTCenter Special teletype scanning weather conditions in the areas of after 20 years Naval service

Elizabeth to' Everett Walter, A- Services Division, in Building each Air Force base in the country was installed July 25 i in while Orville Williams, formerly -
QC, and Mrs. Walter; Girl, Linda 614, is holding a number of the Aerology Division of NAS Jax Operations Department. a chief in the maintenance
Ann, to William Bond AEC
and articles which have been left at The new teletype, one of four department, received a com-
Mrs. Bond, and Girl, Elisa 20 minutes.
Suzanne, to John Krohn, GS2, the pools in the NATTCenterarea. weather circuits at Aerology, mission as Ensign through the j
and transmits, at 100 words a'minute, Approximately three fourthsof LDO program.
Mrs. Krohn, all born July
18. Articles found include ID weather reports nationwidefrom all reports are transmittedvia Sawyer served with Bombing

bracelets, rings, cigarette lighters AF bases every three Tinker AF Base, Oklahoma Squadrons Five, Six and 13 VU-
And, Girl, Laurie Marie, to I Okla.
prescription glasses, ID hours. City, 14, Advanced Training Squadron
Peter Dirsa, SH3,'and Mrs. Dirsa, "The advantages in Four VU-10
cards and watches. HOWEVER J significant having VF-44, Fasron Nine
July 19; Boy, Dale Virgil, to Ro- any this AF teletype is it's coverageof and VA-104.
bert Traylor, A02, and Mrs. Owners may claim these weather changes at any particular the whole i
country, all the Ensign Williams received ,
Is orders
AF base
articles identification.
by reported
Traylor, July 19; Baby Boy, to proper. every way to the West Coast" said to duty as an Ensign and
Richard Jarrell, AE3, and Mrs. Lcdr. R. K. Ryder, Assistant heads for Indoctrination School
Jarrell, July 20; Baby Boy, to :f. Aerological Officer. "Also we at Newport R. I.

Donzell Wilkinson, ME1, and get a greater number of radar VA-104 bids
Mrs. Wilkinson, July 20, and i and pilot weather farewell to NAS :
reports than Jax
as it
departs for
duty aboard
Boy Ricky Eugene, to Harold we have had with the CAA cir the USS Porrestal
Taylor, ME2, and'Mrs.. Taylor, cuit." / Air with Carrier
Group Ten.
July 21.Also Ii THE CIVIL Aeronautics

Boy, Timothy John, to ". Administration circuit covers only -
Robert Caskey, J02, and Mrs. the area east of the Mississippi Kelley, Governor Share

Caskey, July 21; Boy Keith Ver- }.:. River. AE Graduation Honors

nan, to Earl Christopher, DC2,' "The teletype also, enables us Thomas Governor, AEMAN, of
and Mrs. Christopher, July 21; to give pilots weather: reports Cortland, Ohio, and John Kelley
Girl, Deborah Ann, to Leyon with greater speed and facility," of Rochester N. Y., shared top
Beach, GM2, and Mrs. Beach, i i continued Lcdr, Ryder, "rather donors in last week's graduationat
July 21; Baby Boy to Nathaniel .. than having us obtain a report Aviation Electrician's Mate
Edwards SD3, and Mrs. Edwards from the nearest civilian'weath- School class A at NATTCenter.

July 23, and Boy, Steven er station, 200 or 300 miles Governor, who
William, to Lt and Mrs. Charles away." entered the
Navy in July, 1958 will
Barrett, July 23. report
to Brunswick, Me. and '
And, Girl, Debra Ann; to The police, sent out picturesof while Kelley, who ,entered'duty the,

Ulysses Bertrand, AD3, and Mrs. Ili an escaped convict in six dif- Navy In July, 1957 will report
Bertrand; 'Baby Girl, to Davey < }} ferent poses.A AEW-2, Hawaii ,for duty.

Williams, TDAN, and Mrs. Wil- ,,,,,,,.','. constable in the Midwest
liams, and Girl, Thomas John- -J:
lent the
CALENDAR GAL Involved in on-tha-job training is following wire: "I Small Boy: "Dad I
AT2 and 0- w i s hyou'd
son, Mrs. Johnson all .
pretty water skier Nancy\ Hideout, world Jumping champion J have captured five of them, and let,. Mom drive it's
born July 24. from Florida. We call her our August pin-up girl., on the trail of the sixth." exciting." more


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restOfNavy's tr -._ Golfers Tee-off Here FridavI I

Wallace's 294 Snares 6ND

k Golf Title; Ex-Locals Shine
<: j.
}. Comdr. R. O. "Bob" Wallace of Pensacola Navy returned -

-friendly confines of tlje NAS Jax golf course;

last week and promptly went to work ,at winning' Sixth..
fin A Naval District Golf-Championship with a 294.r-
The 72-hole mark pasted by
sw {' long with Scott's 73 ,after an
) >
'c$ Wallace, NAS Jax Station cham-
opening 76, narrowed the mar-
: : pion in 1953, was eight blo'w's'ahead
between the two leaders to
1 N Nj of second-place Earvin' gin \
two strokes..
kr Scott, EM1, of Green Cove
A final 75-72-147 wrapped up
*: Springs Navy.WALLACE .
1' the 'title for the steady shooting

played'the neatly- Pensacola ace while Scott, alsoa
r< ?'Sk trimmed course like he never former NAS Jar Station

left it with a tremendous open-. champion, was getting his lumps

ing day 70, only sub-par round with 78-75-153.

turned in by the 7 -man field "SCOTTIrholds the modern
1 i Y3.'.';tf}. 0. /ws3', Station competitive course rec-
throughout the tourney.
ord of 68 and he captured the
A 77 on the second round a-
6ND diadem in 1953 with an

u., ..u .. + .. .. excellent 289.
C 4' xx;rorKSgY.:! xaeMf' 's{Q"K'+C ;}r
Third in this year's.eVent' went'to

Ed Fennell, airman from NAS

< >' Glynco, Ga., a darkhorse who

1P'c'Y''kf 4 >y o .. .. .. garnered 304 to Scott's 302-
The well-trimmed Station

<..., --w. ._.... aL---a"o: .: : greensward, which normally
6ND REGIONAL GOLF QUALIFIERS-This golfing sextet represented the Sixth Naval District : measures 6,6IB-yards and playsto
in the South Atlantic Regional Golf Tourney which ended yesterday at the NAS Jax links. for
Comdr. R. O. "Bob"' Wallace, (second from right, back row) of Pensacola Navy,captured the Open par 72, was lengthened the
championship In 6ND play last week with a 294. In a victorious pose prior to opening of Regional final round of District play, to
competition last Sunday are,. left to right, (front row) CWO Anthony Grego, Seniors champion 7,000-yards.
of Green Cove Springs, and Comdr. Howard Sias, Seventh Coast Guard District Miami,run. .' ENSIGN RUDY Boyd of Pen
ner-up in Seniors play. Rear, Ed Fennell, NAS Glynco, Ga., third place in Open competition '1: sacola Navy, captured fourplacc'
Earvin Scott, Green Cove, Open runner-up Wallace, and Rudy Boyd of Pensacola Navy, Open ::::
fourth-place winner.rudy : with a, 306 and roundedout
the 6ND team slated for

\ Boyd Early SE Regional 1:1 Regionals action in now the underway South Atlantic at the

; NAS Jax links. (See Regionals

story on this page.) '
: Pensacola swiped the team

Pacer; 6ND Shows HeelsBULLETIN championship, successfully' de-

,: fending the crown won last year.
The West Florida swingers

held a blazing putter as a re- OTHER REGIONS In All- achieved only 1263 strokes out-
I Green Cove's Earvin Scott minder to rest of the field that Navy will be: North Atlantic distancing nearest rival NAS

|laced the long NAS Jax golf he means business. (First, Third, Fourth and Ninth Glynco by 46 swings.In .

uric to 73 Tuesday for the Sias, straight and true although Districts, PRNC, SRNC and Seniors cpmpetition, for

bird round lead while early outshot on the fairways, NELM units); Pacific Coast, men over 45 years of age, two-
ader Rudy Boyd skied to an Districts time winner Comdr. Howard
demon the slick 'car- (11th, 12th, 13th and 17th
was a on
2, tumbling to fourth place in pets, his putting blade earning I and Pacific ,Fleet-type commands Sias of the Seventh Coast Guard

he South Atlantic Regional Golf him fine rounds of 79-76-155 to headquartered in 11ND DEAD AIM Comdr. R. O. District in Miami, was edged by
fourney, and 12ND); Western Pacific "B 0 bIt Wallace displays putt Green Cove Springs' Tony Greco
lead the Seniors
ing form which helped him
CWO Anthony Grego of Green (14th Naval District NavMari- capture Sixth Naval District 3-5-321.
Ensign Rudy Boyd of Pen- Cove Springs ((6ND) is next with anas, NavJap, NavPhil and other Golf Championship last week I GRECO, LIKE Scott and Wallace
sacola Navy ((6ND) turned in 8378161.Top Pacific Fleet-type commands), at NAS Jax. Wallace is one of is an ex-NAS Jax links

[the lowest card of each day's four Open and best two and Atlantic Fleet, (Atlantic the favorites in the Regional I titlist. He snared the 6ND title

play and held a two-stroke Seniors golfers will represent the Fleet, units.) in 1949 and 1950 and won the

margin in first place through i South Atlantic Region in All- Interservice Golf Tourney is 'Never Die' old 7ND toga in 1948.-
second round of the South.
Navy competition which caps an slated Aug. 19-22 at Ft. Carson, Third place team crown wentto

Atlantic Regional Golf exciting two-weeks of golf at Colo., with top four qualifiers re- Memphis Navy, led by Ben
rournament Monday at the the NAS Jax course starting presenting the Navy in the links VAH-7 In Fleet Jennett's 310, with Sanford Navy
I Jax links. tomorrow; Aug. 8. i extravaganza. taking fourth and NATTCcnter
The LaPorte, Ind., native,fourth ,. Softball Victory Jax, paced by Joe Van Vactor's
l man on the 6ND Regional team, 319, took fifth spot. Host NAS

paced opening round efforts After losing a heart-breaking Jax was nestled in'eighth place.
with a 73, only one blow above ,
\ 1-0 decision to FAW-11 on open- NAS Jax lihksters fared this
Par, then tacked on a 75 for a ing day, Sanford-based VAH-7
way: Frank Richards, ((79-84-80-
two-day score of 148. "1 went on to wipe out all opposi- 78)-32ir Bob Peters, ((79-84-

RUNNER-UP Earvin Scott of N ', : 1 tion, including the Air Wingers, 89-89) 341 Capt. Kenneth
Green Cove Springs and 6ND the ComFair Jax
to capture and
I Wheeler, (85-91-84-89),
teammate of Boyd, needed one Softball Tourney last week at
Larry Campbell, ( 1888891)358.
stroke more than the Pensacola t ,, '" Enterprise Field.
r1 I .
shot-maker during both early i1.h '. '
VAH-7 defeated VAH-1 after
rounds. Scott, also runner-up in _
District hanging a 12-0 setback on Fas-
competition last week,
is 7476150. ____ ,ron Six. The Sanfordites ,pet SHUTTLECOCK
ComSix I unbeaten FAW-11 in the semi-
representatives stole
the show rakrI finals. EVENT ENDSThe
in early firing, with
Ed Fennell of NAS Glynco A Fine pitching by G. E. Shad- race in the NATTCenter -
(6ND) tied for third with F. F. burn and bon Merrit 'helped intramural badminton

Soloman of NAAS Beeville, Tex., V Al -7 register a 5-1 victorY. doubles competition has narrowed
((8ND). The visitors then mopped thingsup down to the finals,

Fennell was 75-78-153 while with an 8-1 win. with Eugene Byron and James

Soloman's card read 77-76-153. I ': :'.,:'".:-:!J""J:: : Z'7.A.' :'" ,.. (, "Y'1<" ,Bob Naab of VP-16 hurled Donnelly facing Ralph Calla-
t@' *:'w./ : i7.
; : :
Ii'' : t
Sixth Naval District champ- .. ; han and Benjamin Hall, all
both tilts for the FAW-11 club.
ion, Comdr. Bob Wallace, neededto of, Aviation Electrician's'MateSchool
scamper hard and fast in /71 Members of this 'team were for the coveted crown.

Tuesday and Wednesday's final composed mainly i of players Singles action has'been

rounds to finish in the top four ... ,. w..4.M55 _,,,,,,,,,*,_ from VP-18 and VP-16. completed, and finalists for
and thus qualify for an All-Navy fj..:::,;.,..v,:, M the trophy were Donnelly and
Marion Garofalo, of FAW-
SAFE, YESI VAH-7 now enters competition
berth.IN. ASLEEP, NO in position after scamperingback Byron, with Donnelly getting "
SENIORS play for men 11, clutches run-down third base between bag third prone and home during action in in the AirLant diamond the nod and the crown over

45-Years of age or over, Comdr. final from game' of the ComFair Jax Softball Tourney last weekthe tourney with hopes of gaining a his doubles mate.
is Jim of VAH-7, which
lIoward Sias of Seventh Coast at Enterprise Field. Baseman Umpire Bowling berth in Atlantic Fleet play.
Guard District in Miami (6ND), captured the championship. 4


Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 7 August 1958

I CVG-17 Units Participate In Close Air Support Test -

Recalling days of World WarII strafing.As were used including mock truck 3 Furies and F9F Cougars from

and Korea, CVG-17 squad- the planes neared the tar- and tank convoys and a mock VF-13 made strafing runs on

rons ran a close air support ex- get area, Tacron 22, acting as airfield. the area.
ercise last week at the Pine- tactical air direction center on WHEN THE target was iden- EACH MISSION lasted for

castle target area. the ground, would give the coordinates tified and the Tactical Air Coor- approximately 30 minutes at

A DETACHMENT from Nor- of the target and typeof dinator had given the green which time the Tactical Air Direction -

folk-based Tacron 22, led by ordnance to be used on the light on the mission, aircraft, including Center would clear a
Lcdr. J. E. Johnson, coordinated AD-6s from VA-176 andVA36s waiting flight of aircraft to begin -

the exercise. run.THE TACTICAL Air Coordi- F9F Cougars' pouncedthe a new mission.

Each aircraft carried live Ordnance nator' in the air would identifythe target with bombs or roc- Attack squadrons from Air
consisting of bombs, roc- target for the pilots.A kets.At Group One also participated in With TheToastmasteis

kets and 20mm ammunition for number of different targets the same time, VF-173s FJ- the exercise.

Early Outs Out! ;!P I1SSIFI'SV'- masters Two more completed Navy their Jax Toast-basic

NavAct 13, released last training course in public speak- ,
week, suspends the one and For Rent ing last Thursday to bring the
2-Bdrm. Unfurn. Cor. Lot
two-month early separationsuntil total of advanced orators pre-
house. 3909 Randall St. $85 Mo.
30 of this
Sept year. sently in the club to six.
enlisted Ext-8498 before 1600, EV-7-6801
Until further notice
Both Emanuel Timm and Huel
after. Mrs. Sparks.
personnel will not end xr- t
their separation from Naval 3-Bdrm. home. 4658 Gates Ave. Holloway presented their 12th
service Avail. Aug. 10. Conven. NAS & speeches entitled, "What Did You
early. Cecil. $115 Mo. Ext-789 Watkins. .Get Out Of It?" and "Variety

3-Bdrm. Unfurn. house. $85 Is The Spice Of Life," respec-
tively at the 231st gathering of
Mo. Conven. NAS. EV-7-7048. .. / } ,
Local I Aviation Fields. the club toastmastered by Curt

(Continued from Page 1)) For Sale Kretzschmann.Bill .

gardless if they are flying under 3-Bdrm. home 1-baths. 7328 I : Frees also entertainedwith

visual or instrument flight con- Pineville Dr. (Ortega Hills). GI a vocal variety speech,
ditions.A loan. $76.50 Mo. EV86500. "The Voice of a Small Town."

NAVY pilot may also electto Jones. % A new twist in 'table topicswas
fly around the area as wellas 4-Bdrm. home 1-baths. 4%% j/- t 7- T introduced by Hank Youngas

above it, but when possiblehe GI loan. 7356 Greenway Dr. EV- he requested members to

will cross all.airways at right 7-1595. Capt. Wagner. expound on various topics while

angles to expedite crossing and 3-Bdrm. 1-baths house. $17- w blindfolded and handcuffed prov-

provide rapid sighting of other 500 payments of $70.50 Mo. Lge. ing the process of thought to

planes. Dwn payt. (Ortega Hills). EV- speech need not necessarily be
While these new flight procedures 8-0587. Baker. aided by the eyes and hands.

I are expected to provide 3-Bdrm. home. Conven. NAS. members welcomed -
I maximum safety for pilbts, it ....,............. .................-.-.-. Two new were
Cecil Field. $47.25 Mo. after ''''"'W I into the fold, Bill Groganof
will be somewhat detrimental to buying equity. EV84627. RECEIVES COMMISSION. Ensign Frederick Sorrell, Public Works and George
the Navy's training program.In (left) was promoted to the rank of Ensign through the .Navy'sLimited
Miscellaneous Duty Officer program in a ceremony last week. Capt. Modrak of VFP-62. The Club,
the past, pilots flying to Wanted: Ride to and from sup- Elliott W.- Parish Jr., commanding officer of NAS Jax, con- in response to the new policy
NAAS Mayport,to practice Field ply Dept. NAS, Jax. Hrs07301600. gratulates the new officer. Prior to being commissioned, Ensign permitting military toastmasters
Carrier Landings took a direct Ext.674.. CH-6-2333. Sorrell was a chief fire controlman technician with the NAS organizations to expend to 40
route from NAS Cecil Field and I Jax Security Office.
Fleming. active members, is well launched -
NAS Jax to save time and con- Wanted: Ride, from Jax Bch. on its current membershipdrive.

serve on fuel. to and from NAS Jax. Hrs.07301600. New .
Navy Adopts
Today they must fly south to ( Ext.-674. CH-6-2333 Mrs. Tonight's meeting is a special
Fleming Island, then to the east

coast before proceeding to May- Fleming.Wanted: Desire car pool mem- Policy For' Some RatesRecently sident occasion of with King King Merritt Merritt&, pre-Co.,

port, thus consuming more fuel bers from Normandy Subdivision -
New York, the guest speaker at
and valuable time. A pilot'straining to NAS Jax. Hrs.-0800-1630.
time is cut considerablysince Ext-598-772. England. enacted NavPers policy is enabling men in the joint area gathering.

he must make a lesser Wanted: Riders from Bch. certain rating groups up to two years in which to reenlistin Toastmasters from all clubsin
held when discharged. the Jacksonville area as wellas
in grades
number of practice landings Blvd. (Southside Estates Area). pay
order to have sufficient fuel invited guests are attendingthis
Hrs.-0800-1630. Exts.2168164.. regular Navy
Normally, per-
two after separation: which begins -
remaining for his return flight. Johnson. sonnel allowed to in years special meeting
FLIGHT SAFETY is of pri- are re-up Deck Group: QM2, QM3, SMC, at 1900 in the Officers Club.
Wanted: Share ride from Nor- grades held at the time of
concern to the Navy, and SMI, SM2, SM3, RDC, RD1, RD2,
mary mandy Village to NATTC. Hrs.- discharge only when reenlist-
RD3, SOI, S02 and SOS; Ord-
the Navy hopes these new. instructions 0730-1600.( Ext.-429. Bates. ment is effected within three 'Photo LabContinued
TM3 and GS3
to its pilots will nance Group: ;
be the solution to the problemof Wanted: Swap Anyone interested months. Electronics, ET2 and ET3; Precision ( from Page 1))
in swaping duty with PERSONNEL in the following I Equipment Group, OM2
over-crowded airways.
A03 with VA-172, Cecil Field. ratings and grades may keep and OM3. "I 'feel that military personnelcan
Mid-air collisions throughoutthe
a great
nation, involving civil and EX-8367. Romp. ,their rate if they reenlist within I Also, Administrative and Cleri- good feeling with the civilian

military aircraft claimed 109 cal, RMC, RM1, RM2, RM3, CT1,I public in this and any other

lives during a 109 day period JT6EOR8E CT2, CT3, J02 and J03; Mis- city," said Cantrall.
beginning February 1, 1958 and cellaneous Group, MU3; Engi-
Cantrall, who work, at Fleet
ending May 20, 1958 an neering and Hull, MR3, ICC, Air Photo Lab, began his three
average of one life a day. IC1, IC2 and IC3; Construction,
Public Health
month term as
Although there have been sev- UT2 and UT3; Aviation, ATI,
Chairman in June. He was for-
eral near-misses reported here, .:. : AT2, AT3, AG2, ACS and TD3. mer chairman of Jaycee Military

only one mid-air collision has IF MORE than three months Affairs and Public Safety Com-
occured thus far this year. rfr1 have elapsed since last dischargeor mittees.

ON MAY 16, four Navy air- separation and the individualheld
The will again give
men were killed in a collision : one of the following rat-

ot a jet fighter and a photo reconnaissance ; ings, but not in a pay grade shots; Sept. 16.

plane. The pilot of listed above, pre-enlistment papers Cantrall is one of the many

the jet parachuted to safety, but : .: .\ may be forwarded to Chiefof civic minded Navy men who
all four men aboard the pro- 1L ': Naval Personnel for deter- take active part in their com-

pellor driven AJ Savage photo mination of pay grade: QM, TM, munity.

plane were lost. GS, ET, OM, CT, JO, UT, AT,.
During July, 39,500 takeoffsand AG, TD and MR.Missilemen Civilian Men, Women
landings were recorded by }' .Ir1.EW1N8
Slate Bowling LeaguesNAS
Navy pilots from NAS Cecil I! ContinueSlim
Field and NAS Jax. Imerson Jax Civilian Men's and

reported more than 16,000 a '
total of 56,500."A + SPRINGS With one week remaining in now taking i applications for

definite air hazard exists ::"$...:;::: ::;;...:=';'::ful1:: :;:;:::::;'.::.., the NATTCenter intramural golf membership. The loops are opento
:. ; : ::<:::;:'fklj\:;;:::: ;: :
with the large number of com- V/ ;/ ) CAUTION AREA league, the Missilemen of NAWS any Station civilian employee.

mercial civil and military air- School maintain a slim one- Women's play is slated to start

craft originating and terminating 'Ek'TARY.,..;, QSJ CONTROL AREA: half game lead over second Sept. 4 while the men begin

in this area", a Navy spokesman place Support Splinters.The rolling Sept. 5. Both leagues

said, "But it is believed the NEW CAUTION AREA MAP A wide-designated cau- Sparkies fo AE School will bowl weekly at the new
Navy's new plan of action will tion area has been added to the map of Jax Navy pilots as an Bowl-O-Matic Lanes, Blandingand
still have chance for the
not only minimize this conditionbut aid in helping to avert mid-air collisions. Resembling shape ofa I a playoffs Lake Shore boulevards.N .
small revolver the caution surrounds Jacksonville's they hold down third
will be the stepping stoneto area as experience i is necessary.
Imeson Airport from all sides and Navy pilots have been Instructed -
eventually eliminating the not to enter without explicit permission, from Imeson's place slot, two games off the Both leagues will be run on a
possibility of air collisions here." control lower. pace. handicap basis.

t r