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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: August 21, 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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I Navy Forced To Tighten Emergency Leave Rulings I i;I



The Navy has ruled that the ions now imposed on travel I ed under these circumstances: of his immediate family. mediate family member,
only reasons for granting emer- funds has made it "mandatory"for 1) Upon the death of a ser- 4)) When failure of the f
3)) When of the
presence ser-
gency leave will be death or definite guides to be estab- viceman's wife or unmarried man to return home would I
serious Injury to a serviceman's lished, notes BuPers.' minor child; 2)) When return ofa viceman is needed to accomplishsome ate a severe and unusual
Immediate family. I As reported by Navy Times,' serviceman will contribute to important responsibility to ship on either himself or I!
Stringent budgetary limitat- I emergency leave may be grant- the welfare of a dying member the death of illness of an im- family. I

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I Jf1X '+ r Top AO (B) I

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HonormanElmer
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Brooks, AOC, a
ran of 18 Naval
Vol. 16 No. 21 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 21 August 1958 years
didn't merely carry top
ors at the Aviation

Guest men School, Class B, at
Lady TCenter, but did it by
ing the highest average
HoldInspection attained at the School.
Helps The Montgomery, Ala.,
tive recorded a mark of
for the 25-week course.
Brooks now reports
Heavy Attack Squadron
A lady guest accompanyingthe home-based at NAS Jax.
.. J ..: inspecting officer, a de- At Aviation
pendents aviation safety talk, School, Class A, Sgt.
L1 cartoons for'the kiddies, Chestnut, of National
static displays and refresh Cal., captured high honors
ments were highlights at a last week's graduating
VAP-62 Open House held He'll report to

...: ... recently at NAS Jax. MARTC, NAS, Long
Designed to show families of Cal.
t ..
; squadron personnel what the
S mission of the heavy photogra-
.. ,

2 phic squadron is, the Open
House started with a personnel 'Early Outs'

._.--...__........_ ... !r:_":>t.r..'. :;"'9:_"" ''' _>;_JS/;..".:.> ""..":,,,,<<<.>x,.',,," inspection by Comdr. H. W.
MORE SIGNS OF THE TIMES The familiar battleship gray with black lettering that has Drum VAP-62 skipper. Canceled Just
adorned Navy sedans for year (left) is destined for obscurity in favor of jet black with gray let. NAMES OF wives of all ,
I tering, (right). The repainting jobs, ordered by Secretary of the Navy, won't take place overnight squadron personnel were placedin
however. Only when a reoaint job is necessary will the battleship gray sedans become black. Get
I
Bureau of Yards and Docks estimates there are 4,000 sedans in the Navy's "car fleet"School a hat to select who would PostponedIn
accompany Comdr. Drum on the

Lectures Slated inspection.Mrs.. Mary. Marona, wife of Lt. officers a ,message BuPers called to a 5)I

TokensOn Safety Lee Marona, had her name the two months' early
which was to have begun
drawn while music of the Jax
Sale At NXBus Navy band played in the back- 1, and has slowed jts
Here Race DriverAn date to at least Sept. 30.
tokens for school chil- By ground. Not released were all men
dren are now on sale at the After the inspection, Comdr.
for separation who had not
Navy Exchange, Building 27. educational highway safety program cited by the National Drum spoke to families on the
transferred to receiving
Sales will\ be made in unitsof Safety Council and ,presented to over 50,000 military personneland continuing need for both avia- tion for discharge a or whose
20 tokens in a package at more than a million high school students will be brought to tion and ground safety, pointingout lease involved no transfer
80 cents per package. All sales the Station next Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 25-26, by a famed the many ways in which command to
one military
will be final.Refunds Indianapolis Speedway driver.---. --. they, the wives and parents, can other.It .
will be handled by Johnnie Parsons, winner of the help to promote safety in Naval is not definite whether
the Jacksonville Coach Co. at 1950 Indianapolis mile race, will uated into the big cars, and cap- aviation.
the downtown site, located in conduct the demonstration here. tured second place in the Mem- MEN OF VAP-62 then joined program 1. The will get underway has not
program
Hemming Park. He will at NATTCenter'sKing orial Day 500" classic in 1949
appear (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) canceled, just its effective
Sale of these bus tokens is Hall Monday at 1015 and winning the big event the fol- has been set off.
restricted to authorized Nav1 lowing year.
again at 1435.
WEEKEND TIDES Indications are that the
Exchange patrons.BuAer ON TUESDAY, Parsons will This is the second year of HIGH LOW is being taken because of
present his program at 1300 and presenting the highway safety indefinite nature of the ship
again at 1430, also at King Hall. I program to military personnel.: AM PM AM PM activation program.
Fri. 1:20: 2:02 7:40: 8:33:
He will at NAS Cecil
appear It has previously appeared at Only 11 of the 48 ships
Sat. 2:25 3:07 8:46: 9:40
: :
Grants Field Wednesday in two shows, ordered to the
at 1030 and 1430. A Thursdaydate (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) Sun. 3:32: 4:10 9:49: 10:39: were Fleet during this fiscal

In at Green Cove Springs is ..._'.'._.M 'mw.YVV".. .; __ ._...._.._. _uuw.u.uo..w....... .._.M11.W'..... ......._ definitely slated for year
$200,000
slated for 0900 and again at Decisions on the others are

Upkeep FundsMaintenance 1100.The famed "500 Miler" will be : ing.

at Mayport on Friday, Aug. 29,
and repair activity at 100 and again at 1500. Cuts In Medicare

will be at a high pitch Parsons illustrates his talk i

aboard the Station soon with with racing films, and drawing Seen Curtailing
allocation of $200,000 by Bureauof from his own experiences, he
Aeronautics for, work of this compares track situations with- Choice FreedomMedical
OT'0'
type to be performed.The highway driving.

approved funds will cover If requested, he will give mili- care of dependents

cost of nine projects slated for tary vehicles a safety inspection, become more limited to
Station facilities. advising on detection of funct- rather than civilian
ional defects which could leadto recent happenings in
Some projects have already traffic accidents.In k are any indication.
been started with others to be- his safety talk, Parsons tells' Developments, as reported
gin in the near future. his listeners there is every rea- i Navy Times, indicate that
is son for them to be good drivers.He .f :f : : lations curtailing use of
Following work slated: Re- f 1 .:. .
out their good reflexes -
placement of telephone cables, points facilities have been written
insulation of cold storage roomsin and physical condition in LL4 kF. Defense Department and
Building 135, repair of Sta- many ways gives them an advantage .. waiting final approval in

tion streets, facilities for the over civilians of other I J1.Hf, Pentagon.The .
Naval Navigation Office in age groups. I Senate
Building 712 and facilities for Parsons has had a meteoric' ___mm.___ Committee went along with
Fleet Air ''Intelligence Detach- career. He, like most topflightrace LADY GUEST INSPECTS Heavy Attack Squadron 62 House in limiting the
ment, Building 712. drivers, started in midget recently held a personnel inspection and Open House at its $60 million this year for
cars. In two years' time, he was NAS Jax quarters. Names of wives of squadron personnel were dent medical care in
Also, re-roofing of west wing the National put in a hat and the name drawn would accompany the com hospitals. The services had
midget champion.IN manding officer in his inspection. Mrs. Mary Marona, wife of
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) EIGHT years, he had grad Lt. Lee Marona. is shown making the inspection rounds. (Pleas turn to Page 6, Col. )



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21 August
Page 2 JAX Alit NEWS 1958-


Remember It Takes People/

;61 NROTC SeeksApplications \ ,


// To Cause An Accident


Capt ElUott W., Parish Jr. MMmram HAS_n Jacksonville..._.....................,-...... Commanding Officer Nominations for who 'e Thousands of dollars are spent and much work is done to
Comdr. Grayston; II. Weber ............ .. .. Executive Officer mep base. Yet
NAB Six: Fleet Air Jacksonville interested in the Naval rid the scourge of accidents on this accidents still
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ................ ... ................. .... ............ ...... CommanderCapt. are and eradicated.The .
Seth S. Searqr Jr. .,,, .. ..." Staff FairJax Reserve Officer's Training cease toy be dispelled
Capt. Macpherson Williams-.....::..i...::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ief Staff, NAB Six Corps (NROTC) program are Station averages an, estimated 200 first aid cases a
n..t Air Wing Eltvcn
Capt. Donald J:. uaclntoch _......,..............,......,............................................... CommanderCapt. now being requested.The xnoath. So far this year, 14 people have become involved in
C. L. Lambing ..................... Chief Staff Officer the base.
Nasal Air"Technical Training Center program offers four lost-time accidents on
Capt Charles L. Moore Jt ....... ....''._............ ... ............... ...... Commanding Officer "PEOPLE ARE'THE CAUSE OF ALL accidents,"
'' > > ? says
Comdr. Wilfred E. rieshraan ....................................................>,...?..... Executive Officer years, of Navy education in
Mural Hospital Charlie Able, the Station's Safety Engineer."In .
Capt. Alton C. Aberaethy ................................................................ Commanding Officer 53 colleges and is for men the of most accidents occurring at
reviewing sequence
HAI\TtJ between the ages of 17 and
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ....................................................... Commanding Officer this Station or in any industry." continues Able, "one gets the
Comdr. William E.: Hardy ............._....._.....................................r,... Executive Officer 21.
idea that people have never learned the first law of nature, that
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida If over 21, a man must suicides. Statistically 90
per cent of
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 have.enough college.education they are all potential .
Rev. Nov. IMS. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof all accidents are caused by human failure."
Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Tr.1n1n1. to complete college and receive -
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and Research and experience have itemized four causes for
Naval k taL a commission by 25
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Charles M. Thomas of the human failure factor in accidents domestic problems
Assistant Service Information.8tt1iOri.. ... ... Andrew H. Planey years age. worrying the potential accidentee, 'illness, anxiety due to competition .
Editor Cordon Robbie; r :: Jack Holmes PHI; Bill For further information con-
Weekes JOSH. Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings SN. Circulation Distribution, and general inattention of potential accident dangers,
Mary Ann Klrchner, SN. Staff ragtefhfin Dalrymple, AN. tact the Information and Edu-
The Jax Air News is a member Forces Press Service. Able' pointed out.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing( credit Is cation Office, topside, Build- HE WENT ON TO SAY THAT SOME PEOPLE will do
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official u. S. Navy photo- ing 955.
graphs.: nothing when they see an accident coming. This could be due
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164. 8346, m or 21. to a hypnotic state of mind. One may work a punching machine,

for an example, and although one may fully realize his hands
., x'35:<;'Sf'ft'4'';, ,':".','e':,'.;'}' {}':,4'f;,t 3:..f::'S';,,'.'',xsk. and fingers are not respected by the punch press, he may

4. lose his fingers and hand. It may be more than just careless.ness .
'
rr factor., a state of mental ineptness could be a fifth human failure


An accident is sometimes the fault of those not sufferingthe
<
r 'tttM injury, continues Able. Although accidents on the base are

Thursday August 21 few as a result; of improper safety protection, many of those

Mainside Peyton Place (color that do occur are caused by inattention of supervising personnelto

drama) with Lana Turner and give the word to subordinates on available safety equipment.

Lee Philips. Also, Roughly ,..;. "Accident prevention can be considered the same as a

Squeaked. One show, 1900 only. mathematical problem," states Able. "You have all the factors

NATTCenter -= Mr. Roberts and you figure them out to definite conclusions.
(color drama) with Fonda
Henry
1 Conclusive in accident
theorems occurrence, as studied by
and James Cagney. Also, The f .
Able
are:
Green Archer.; k
Hospital Saddle The Wind 1-PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY damage occurs

(color western) with Robert only as a result of an accident. 2-Accidents occur only as the

Taylor and Julie London. Also, result of a personal or mechanical hazard or failure, 3-Per-

Fortress Formosa. ,,. >. sonal and mechanical hazards exist only because of faults of

Friday, August 22 persons and 4-Faults of persons are either inherited or acquiredby

Mainside A Certain Smile environment.As .

(color drama) with Rossana Z !: an example, the automobile. When in the garage or

Brazzi and Joan Fontaine. Also, otherwise parked, it is not a hazard. However, when the

Country Mouse. One show, 1900 engine! is started by a person and placed in gear, it becomes
_......,.,
"'''"''''''''- -
only. transportation or a killer, dependant upon the operating skill
Lt. Ken Wallace of Attack
"KNIFE-EDGE" MANEUVER
and
attitude of
the driver.
NATf1'Center-Peyton Place.
Squadron 44, (left) demomlrales this maneuver for Comdr.
Hospital-Mr. Roberts. Clifford A. McDougal skipper of VA-44. Lt. Wallace, a VA-44 IN CONSIDERING THE ELEMENT of attitude, Able con-

Saturday, August 23 instructor with the Hornets, performed the "knife-edge" at tends that people either have or don't have a safety attitude.By .
Mainside-.China Doll (action part of an aerial demonstration put. on for the latest groupof this concept people can be divided into three groups.
the Station.VA44
Midshipmen visiting
drama) with Victor Mature and
One group, a very small one, is made up of those who will
Ward Bond. Also, Magoos Cruise. never learn, or will never be convinced of safety measures.

Kiddie Matinee (Mainside) Jet Instructor Flies Another group is made up of those who will learn, but will
Slim Carter (color ) with
comedy "
learn "the
hard The third
way. the majority, can be receptiveto
Jock Mahoney and Julie Adams. ideas and will accept points of safety.
Also, Ostrich Egg and I and The A4D At 'Ground Level'A
Green Archer, Chapter 3. Tiny The question to ask yourself is: in which group are you?

NATTCenter A Certain Remember accidents cost the government money, not to men
Smile. flash of white, followed a few seconds later by the tion cost in human misery, inconvenience and loss of life.

Hospital-Peyton Place. roar of a jet engine, and a tiny A4D had flown at a scant Safety is an all hands proposition. Its maintenance is not

, Sunday August 24 fjve feet off the ground while going almost 600 miles-an- only the responsibility of the officers and safety committeemen -

Mainside Jet Attack (melo- hour. or "George." It is YOUR responsibility.

drama in Korea) with John Agar The plane's jockey was Lt. .
Ken Wallace veteran of more flashed past with his wings ver-
and Audrey Totter. Also, Future 'Red Rippers' See
tical rather than horizontal and
Baseball Champs.NATTCenterChina. than 180 air shows and a mem-
Doll. ber of the Navy's famed Blue then a four-point slow roll was Middle East Duty

Hospital 'A Certain Smile. Angels for three years. made.
Monday, August 25 LT. WALLACE is now ser- The "four-pointer" is a diffi- With USS EssexWITH

Mainside-Long Hot Summer ving as an instructor in the attack cult maneuver which calls for a
U.S. SIXTH FLEET _
normal roll with three distinct
(color drama) with Paul New- phase of instruction at Attack The self-styled world famous

man and Joanne Woodward.Also Squadron 44, home-based' pauses. : '
Red Rippers of Fighter
The finale Squadron -
was a spinetingling -
at NAS Jax.
Miami
Maniacs. One show,
11, whose aerial
1900 only. Lt. Wallace, when he accom- fast pass made at almost campaignshave
600 miles-an-hour at the five- carried them in action in
NATTCenter-Jet Attack. plished this close-to-the ground-
foot altitude.Lt. the Atlantic and Pacific during
Hospital-China Doll. at-high-speed feat, was puttipg
Wallace Safety Officer of WWII and over enemy-held Ko-
Tuesday, August 26 on an aerial demonstration fora ,
rea, are in the air
the attack phase of instructionat up again
Mainside of visiting Midshipmen."He's .
Terror In A Texas group
Town (western) with Sterling starting to roll," bel- VA-44, has almost 2,000 hoursof over Lebanon.Lt .

Hayden. Also Salute to Holly- lowed a voice over the loud- jet flight time to his credit. (jg) William Diehm III already -

wood. speaker as the midget bomber has logged more than 35

NATTCenter-Long Hot Sum- moved down the runway for flying hours from the catapultsof

mer. take-off. BackwardGlances the USS Essex on patrol and
reconnaissance over the be-
Hospital-Jet Attack.Wednesday THREE THOUSAND feet lat-
er, Lt. Wallace was airbornebut leagured Middle East nation.

August 27 staying low to pick up air The Rippers, home-based at
Mainside Seven Brides For i speed. NAS Cecil Field, had flown a
Seven Brothers (color musical Bits of dust from the Jax Air'
total of 257
sorties
Then, with a sudden move- as of Aug. 1.
comedy) with Jane Powell and ment, the Skyhawk's nose cone News files: The squadron, with its flaming

Howard Keel. Also, The Green came up and the wings moved August 22 1943 boar's head insignia, is com-

Archer, Chapter. 3. One show, around into a perfect roll. "Officers of the U. S. Naval manded by Comdr. William B.

1900 only. A moan went through the service within a short while will Allen of Santa Rosa Fla.

NATTCenter Terror In A gaping crowd as on the next have a new slate gray summer The Essex one of five car-

Texas Town. flight, Lt. Wallace and the A4D working uniform, according to a riers home-based at May po r t

IIospital-Long Hot Summer.A came in low and fast, the plane Navy Department announcement. Basin, is commanded by Capt.

rolled over on its back and "The change, made after long Thomas A. Christopher. _, She'sthe
ALL.EMBRACING
large group of Russians recently completed the fly-by at less than experimentation, is result of new Miss Universe, 19-

left a Brussels hotel in a 200'. Navy's search for a color less The older one gets, it's harderto year.old Lux Marina Zuloagaof

huff. Thought they'd been stay- NEXT CAME a "knife-edge" conspicuous than the present make ends meet-fingers and. Colombia, all aglow after

ing at the Comrade I lton. maneuver in which Lt. Wallace khaki." toes especially. winning Beach Calif.her crown at Long



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4 21 Augu&i 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page :3 J

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{ Joint Effort Stamping

a

Out Threat Of Fire AntAn


attack against the fire ant is being launched at NAS


: Jax.Under guidance of the Disease Vector Control Center,

six men from Plant Pest Control Division, U S. Dept. of

> Agriculture, and from the State Plant Board, are sprayingplant

life with chemicals to rid
i% : the base of the hungry insects. ing one side of a road and then

The eradication procedures began returning to treat the other.
x, k '
a X: August 11 and DVCC hopes Some areas, swampy as a result -
that at a rate of covering 40 of river dredging deposits,

R". acres a day, the chemical treat- are being treated by air.
ment should be completed Mon- Ensign D. W. Ribble, entomo-

..zt day, August 25.DISCOVERY logist from DVCC, states thereis
OF the importedfire one problem in the treating

t. ant was reported to DVCC activities aboard the Station, the
Y last May and since then inves- proximity of some infected areas

tigations have been underwayto to air strips.As .

study the problem of eradi- a safeguard from incomingand

cation. More than 100 mounds outgoing planes an Opera-

"$UFFALO" VS. ANT One of the two jeeps suppliedby have been discovered and treated tions' radio-controlled jeep keeps
the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the State' Plant by DVCC men. contact with the tower. If thereis
Board for eradication of fire ants aboard the Station is grinding The DVCC "attack force" con- danger of an air crash the
through brush spraying plants and grass with chemically- sists of two jeeps equipped with will relay the message to the
treated Both
granules. jeeps are equipped with Buffalo tur-
eradication to clear out of
bines to help in the eradication process of the pesky insect. Buffalo Turbines. The turbines, crew
each consisting of a hopper, tur- the area of the airstrip.

4 b Christmas Creeps Up Again bine and nozzle, with a 1'50 mile- THE IMPORTED ant differs
per-hour air blast capacity, from the Southern Fire Ant in
3y sprays chemical granules 25 feet its more severe sting and the

Navy Exchange ToylandTo into vegetation. large single mounds it builds.

Numerous sections on the base The avaricious appetite of the

have been designated for treat- pests damage mainly crops, eat-
ii!!! ment. Any area one-fourth mile ing away seeds and young suc-
Open September 2An from a mound is treated. Federal culent plants. The ants also attack -

and state agencies have supplied newly-born unprotected animals -

With TheToastmasteis early peek into Santa's workshop at NAS Jax has labor and equipment while NAS such as pigs and calves as

revealed wonderful and exciting things for the coming Jax has purchased the poisonous well as newly-hatched quail and

Christmas season, which is just around the corner. spray, approximately 16,000 poultry
Santa took us on a quick pounds of dieldrin granules. The insect's very painful stingcan

Bill Barron toastmastered the tour at the Navy Exchange Toy With toyland opening early, BULLDOZERS furnished by I cause a fester and perhaps
233rd gathering of the Navy Jax land so that we might not disturbhis parents can plan their shoppingand Public Works have cleared areas leave a scar as well as hospitalize -
Officers' Toastmasters last helpers. The tour producedover budgeting way ah ad. of thick undergrowth for the those who are sensitive to it.
Thursday. It was Bill's swan different in to treat. "There has been no indicationthat
Santa's
2,000 toys every helpers at Toy I and crews
song as he departed for duty in shape, size, color and tone, all will hide your selections until Jeeps perform the treatmentat the ants have gathered into
San Juan, Puerto Rico. to delight and excite childrenof December 23.CHILD'S. 50-foot intervals, first treat- the Station's housing areas,"
said Ensign Ribble, "but if they
The speakers of the evening every age.TOYLAND.
did, it could cause a lot of
.
covered a wide range of topics WILL open Sept 2, .SSSI
and phases of the speaking cur- in Building 554, at which time ::;:-wi' trouble" with all the toddlers
about.
riculum. Rain Rainwater rendered Santa will show the new toy
his eleventh speech, "Four"; line, such as Wyatt Earp guns I ENSIGN RIBBLE stated thetation's
and holster Paladin's ; S ) infestation is "light" and
Bill Grogan delivered his icebreaker sets, "Have L
that the chemical treatment it
"A Briefing"; Don Gun Will Travel" sets equippedwith
is would be effectivefor
Dougherty pursued a favorite calling cards, Texas Ranger undergoing
Workmen automatic jet -'r '4IN: three years, which would be
training speech, "Why guns cap guns,
time rid
ample to the insect
Dress As They Do," and Mac rifles, guns and holsters for mostof -
Bailey's fifty speech which won the present TV series so menace.
The fire believed
ant, to have
him the Speaker of the Week the young cowboy can follow the
Cup, was entitled, "Killer Instinct westerns in full regalia. been imported from South A-
For merica via Mobile, Ala., about
." the young homemakersthere's
# I IL 1918,. is found in eight states:
modern ranch style doll ,1
Bill Frees presented members t Alabama, Arkanas, Florida,
houses, sewing machines, both
with a novelty table-topic, "Dear electric and manual, modern trueto Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Abbie ", with participants kitchen South Carolina and Texas.It .
size for milady, all
answering that versatile woman'smail. kinds of furniture from a com- spreads by flying, crawling,

plete baby layette for the little drifting downstream on logs,

Curt Kretschmann led a panelof mother to real old-fashioned traveling aboard trucks, cars,

evaluators consisting of Chuck rocking chairs for the young trains, airplanes and nursery

Neeley, Kirb Callam, Bill Frees grandmother, lawn furniture, stock in shipment.RED .
and Ted Paine. and what ever a little girl's heart TO BLACKISH red, the
fire ant varies in length from
desires. 5.5 4j
.
y .S. about
one-eighth to onefourthinch
There are dolls, dolls and more
Five speakers paraded to the and is recognized by its
dolls, for every month of the L
rostrum in Tuesday night's ses- i
aggressive and vicious sting.
year, every day of the week,
sion of the Navy Civilian Toast- The life
dolls for all the characters in cycle covers a periodof
masters of Jacksonville. Mother Goose, glamour dolls, n a 25 to 40 days with the queen

Junior Teske delivered an ora- baby dolls, sleeping dolls, danc- living several months and laying

tion on "What Can Be Done?;j" ing dolls, big dolls and little several hundred eggs. In the
Ed Hoban and Dr. Scales offered dolls. life cycle, the eggs hatch infight

their Icebreakers; Norman Brooks SANTA'S BIKES are out of nm__.. ___nn___ m_ ________ to 12 days: the larve pu-
spoke on "One Sided Contract"and this world this year, rocket tri- DREAM Liiile Davie Johnson shows the rapt pate in six to 12 days, and the
attention a two-year-old can show a collection of new Christmas
adults in
Rod Pinney on "Honesty. cycles designed for a quick tripto toys. The tiny stuffed Santa Claus in Davie'i arms is just emerge nine to 16

The panel of evaluators, head- the moon for the three year one of the many thousands toys in Santa's collection at the days.
Bill old, beautiful Belgium imported Navy Exchange Toyland in Building '554. Toyland opens for The colony may. contain 25,000
ed by master evaluator the season September 2. minor and major workers and a
two-wheel bikes for the older
included Andy Planey,
Clearman,
few
adults.
winged
Ernie Newberg, Lawton Green, and steadier youngster, bikes of
Silvey and Emmett every color, size and design, all
Aubrey
Glasgow. ready for the Christmas tree anda School May Await Reenlistee Mother octupi at Marineland

trip around the block. guard their eggs from four to
Toastmaster was Walt Stanul, Old St. Nick is military-mind Career minded bluejacketsmay reenlistment. six weeks before they hatch.

with Don Moran in charge of ed this year for there are tanks, have orders to a general Personnel who apply but are During this time, the mother

table topics and Lawton Greenas cannons, aircraft engines, sati- service school when reenlistingin not eligible will be notified priorto does not eat, and she usualy

,lexicologist. lite explorers, guided missile the regular Navy, accordingto reenlistment. dies within few weeks after

Dr. Scales was officially initi- carriers, Army trucks with roc- recently-enacted BuPers Instruction Eligibility is determined by young are hatched.

ated in ceremonies as newest ket launchers, Navy missiles and 11335A. ,' performance, service school attainments .

member of the club. launchers, ships and everythingelse The new policy guarantees a leadership ability and A Skate is a flat, round creat-

Next meeting is scheduled for to start the young military qualified individual assignmentto general attitude.All ure similar to a sting ray, and

Tuesday Aug. 26 at the Friden ''career. a school as long as his request requests shoud be sub- the egg case, frequently foundon

offices on Montana Ave., south- Prices at Navy Exchange Toy- has been received in Bu- mitted via normal chain of com- Florida's beaches, is what is
side. land can fit any pocketbook. I Pers three months before his mand. commonly called a "sea purse."

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Boasts Outstanding Record Navy Bid Relaxing



Dental Corps Begins 46th Overseas Rulings /'/:



Year In Business Aug. 22 1 .l ; i'' Given 'Nay7 Nod

1: Easing of rules regarding the

k Yk emergency return of dependent
The Navy Dental Corps, a branch of the Navy steeped and household effects from overseas t

in tradition, celebrates its 46th anniversary tomorrow, Aug.. : stations has been refused (

22. L ? the Navy by the Controller t

On this date in 1912, President General.
OTHER NEARBY dental facil-
William Howard Taft signed an 1 4i ___) Times the t
Navy reports
ities are located at NATTCenter, pro-
act establishing the first Dental NAS Cecil Field, NAS Sanford, posed changes to the Joint Tra- i
of the with _
Corps Navy an appointment -
vel
Regulations were turned
NAAS Mayport, Naval Station 1
of not more than 30
Green Cove Springs and the Na- down because they were too 1
assistant dental .
surgeons.IN
val Hospital.The vague. '

1916 an act was passed crew of enlisted dental The Navy wanted to make it

appointing one dental surgeonfor technicians aboard the Station easier for men to return their (
each thousand authorized
one -
numbers 49, with 34 of these at families and furnishings to the j
enlisted in the
men Navy
NAS Jax, 11 at NATTCenter and States when something unfore- ]
and Marines. The "DC", for Den-
four at the Hospital. seen arose overseas.
tal Corps, was adopted. I
There are also 20 dentists ful- Under the regs, the only waya 1
During WWI, the Corps rea- Dental needs aboard
filling Corps man can get his family and
ched a peak of about 500 officers. the Station.
home
belongings without new
Around this time, a dental sur- Thanks to the Navy's Dental '_"' .,,'......4 duty orders are: j

geon was authorized to rise to Corps, Marines and sailors no MAKING CHOPPERS Bill Doty, DT3, (seated) grinds
rank of lieutenant commander, longer need to suffer from an gold framework for a partial denture at the NAS Jax Denial When dependents must be'
a rank not previously allowed Laboratory. Capt. Macy G. Martin, Senior Dental Officer, gazes evacuated because of national'
molar ache their
overbearing as ai his work. On work card the technician
dental Doty's right it goes emergency; when temporary orders -
surgeons. "sailing days" ancestors did. by, along with the traditional coffee cup. don't call for a return to
The first officer of the Navy -
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his old station and when
a man
to die during land fighting in
; goes to a base where dependentsare
WWI was a dental surgeon
3TiiL1 not allowed but
later
the
struck down while carrying a
ban is lifted.DIAPER.
wounded officer to safety.A .

MAJOR realignment of the ;
Corps took place when the Bur- IALTY HL )R FROU

eau of Medicine and Surgerywas HER AND THERE .
r
reorganized to include a .
i+}jo' ;-.,' "If there was only some way
Dental Division with a dental :' .. ,... DOINGSNine
: .
'l "
:: : : of getting a divorce, snappedthe
officer in .
charge.In

June of 1926,. an act called .' f,;/::;.;:::;:t'; i ';L':::' (1 s ) "I $ out woman making to HIM her happy.lawyer", "with- boys and eight girls were

the Staff Corps EqualizationBill ; born at the Naval Hospital last
A
was passed enabling a :# week.
We know a cute young couple
Dental Corps member to be eli- who just got married.; It's justas Births recorded were: Girl,

gible to reach the rank of cap- well, they couldn't get along Deenise Renee, to Jackson Mor-

tain. anyway. gan, FP, and Mrs. Morgan, Aug.

There are now five Dental ;xw k.;...,. 1; Boy, Keith Rodell, to James

Corps officers holding the rankof Asked for a one-word defini- Wright, SD3, and Mrs. Wright,

rear admiral. tion of Edgar Allen Poe, a stu- Aug. 1; Girl, Toni Jean, to James

Dental officers increased in qvwKS: j.Y.YI dent promptly 1 volunteered: Erwin, AMC, and Mrs. Erwin,
WWII to 7,000, the highest peakof i Dead. Aug. 2; Boy, John Edward, to

all time. And in 1945, the Ralph Plummer, AN, and Mrs.

office of Assistant Chief of Bur- Jack: (entering clothing store) Plummer, Aug. 2; Boy, Niles

eau of Dentistry, a part of Bu- "I'd like to try on that suit in Harry, to Paul Wilson, AE2, and

Med, was formed. the window" Mrs. Wilson, Aug. 2, and Boy,

THE DENTAL Corps has made Neal: "I'm sorry, sir,but you'll Mark Alvin, to Paul Jacobs,PHI,

outstanding progress in its relatively have to use the dressing room and Mrs. Jacobs, Aug. 2.

short existence, and now i u like everyone else." And, Girl, Gloria Jean, to

provides dental care in over LOOK NO CAVITIES! Lt. Richard Edwards, Navy Leon Drake, SD3, and Mrs.

350 facilities at sea and ashore dentist, carriers on hit everyday work by examining John Pedestrian (to panhandler, indignantly Drake, Aug. 3; Boy, Robert Hay-
throughout the U. S. Naval es- McQuaide. ADS, for cavities and dental work needed to beperformed. ) : "I don't give moneyto den III, to Robert Hayden Jr.,
Looking is DT2. The
on Evelyn Ray, shiny equip
tablishment.The men on the streets." AD2, and Mrs. Hayden; Boy,
ment shown here is proof of the progress that's taken place
Naval School of Dentistryat in the 46 relatively-short years of the Dental Corps' existence. Panhandler: "You want I Joaquin Llix, to Sgt. and Mrs.

Bethesda, Md., conducts train- should open an office?" Joaquin Reelosado; Boy, Michael

ing for dental officers and dental Douglas, t 0 Douglas Olafson,
technicians. Baby Blue Cord Wave "How was the geology lec- AT3, and Mrs. Olafson, and Boy,

ture?" I Daniel Paul, to S/Sgt. and Mrs.
In this area, the largest facil-
I "Fine. I rocked Raymond Manning, all Aug.
was to sleep. on
ity is at NAS Jax. The Senior
TestedThe 4.
Dental Officer, Capt. Macy G. Uniform Being
A dictionary of golfing termsis Also, Girl, Donna Jeanne, to
Martin ,also Staff Den-
serves as
to be published. If it's really Donald Paquette, BT3, and Mrs.
tal Officer on the staffs of Com- Waves are sprucing up. complete, it will be banned from Paquette, Aug. 5; Girl, Marty

mander Fleet Air, Jacksonvilleand That is, if tests, currently being conducted in the United the mails. Eugenia, to Eugene Gross, SK2,

Commander Naval Air Bases States and Hawaii on two completely new summer uniforms, and Mrs. Gross, Aug. 6; Girl,

Sixth Naval District. indicate replacement of the present seersucker uniform.The Two can live as cheaply as Debra Sue, to Pfc. and Mrs. An-

first style, by Maxwell- one-if they both have good thony Doll, Aug. 6; Boy, James
Gray, a prominent dress designer Women. "It is believed that 100 jobs. Earl Jr., to James Upright Sr.,

Navy Casts Eye in New York, consists of a percent of the women will favor EN2, and Mrs. Upright, Aug. 7;

light' blue baby cord jacket and the new uniform. Girl, Melody Lynn, to Kenneth
On Upper SkyFive skirt. The medium length is a 'The,uniforms, being made 75 Short, QMSN, and Mrs. Short,

baby moons are expectedto three button front closure, set percent dacron and 25 percent > Aug. 7, and Girl, Sheryl Ann, to

be launched by the Navy be- in short sleeves and is toppedoff cotton, are drip dry, easier to Jack Hefferin, NW3, and Mrs.

by dark blue piping around care for, and more attractive Hefferin, Aug. 7.
fore the end of this calendar than the old style uniform."
the coller, cuffs, and down the grey
year. .
sk
front. ; {
The Navy, which has had dif- : ::4 ; ;> Brady, HahueCapture
THE SECOND, a one piece s
ficulty in launching a second .dress, is a light blue baby cord. JOND Steel Band > : k.T Electrician School Honors

Vanguard satellite, announced its This is also piped with dark Here Out James Brady, AEIAN, of Ro-

present program for launchingfour blue. Trip chester, N. Y. and James Hahue,

20-inch, 21% pound satel This dress has a cardigan, box Appearance of Admiral Dan's .T AEMAN, of Hafting, Nebr.,
style, single breasted jacket. The Pandemoniacs, slated for NAS shared top honors in last week's
orb.
lites and one 50 pound outer edge of the jacket is piped Jax Sept. 13, has been canceled 1; 1 graduation at Aviation Electric-

The 6.4-inch Vanguard fired with contrasting color to match due to conflicting dates. ... .,y"L ian's Mate School, Class A, at
into orbit last March 17 weighs the dress. However, an effort is being '':... NATTCenter.

about 3/4 pounds. The dress and jacket were made to bring the band 20-YEAR MAN-A 20.year Brady, who. entered the Navy
here at later date. pin was presented recently
a
The next Vanguard is being styled by Jeanne Campbell of to Cliff Lewis, (above) in June 1957, is transferring to

prepared for firing at the Air Sportwirl Inc., in New York. Admiral Danial Gallery, truck driver at NAS Jax. Native McGuire Air Force Base, Tren-
Commandant of 10ND at San
ACCORDING to Lcdr. Viola of Alabama, Lewis has resided ton, N. J., and Hahue who
Force Missile Test Center, Cape Sanders, Assistant to Captain Juan, Puerto Rico, started the in Jacksonville since the in entered -
Navy
Sept. 1957 is
Canaveral, Fla. Dates for the Winifred R. Quick, Assistant steel band over a year ago. 1930 and has been with the assigned to ,
North Island
Station for 17 years and boasts Calif.,
launchings was not disclosed. Chief of Naval Personnel for three years in the service. for duty.




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Fliers Battle

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For District

TER

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LINE i Softball TitleThe

1958 Sixth Naval Dis-

purcell of NAS Jax Dental ,> trict Softball Tourney got
g Snipe 9026, took second 4 underway yesterday (Wednes-
Plaice in the Snipe class at 4 L :::: :; day) at Jarvis Field at Naval

MS,O 4ando regatta last Sunday fc Station Green Cove Springs.
Tr1s,regatta was sponsored by & tI Up to Monday night, nine

the ftlando Sailing Association ______ teams had entered competitionin
and according to Mr. Purcell, men's play with two Waves

w very successful, although outfits battling for honors.

Ore) ,'Me the only Jax Navy mem- THE TOURNEY, top Softball

)Iwt enter. show in the District, winds up

Saturday night. Winner in both

hers of the Navy Sailing men's and women's play will
'are presently recondition- 3 advance to the Regionals at NAS

...ro World War II droppable Pensacola, Aug. 28-Sept. 1.
its outfitted with booms,, Jax Navy, with a strong 15-
," ?and engines and can be man club, carries high hopes of

[either way capturing the team buntiag. The

of the boats will be used Fliers have plenty of experience
committee boat and the under their belt, following a

t' as a turning boat or bouy heated season of City League

the Navy Club is host for "w.-.... battles.
regattas. The boats will ENTER INTERSERVICE LINKS FESTIVAL-The golfers shown above represent the Navyin Entered in the Green Cove
[be used for training skip- the Interservice Golf Tourney at Fort Leavenworth,. Kan.. this weekend. All-Nary champion fracas are: the host Green Cove
and crews. Rudy Boyd, (back row left) leads the strong contingent against the best of the Army, Air Force Bullets, Pensacola Navy, Mem-
and Marines. Front row, (left to right) are Lcdr. Jim Kinder. 1957 All-Navy king Hal Doherty. NAS
NAS
Glynco,
'and Mike Schuller, tied with phis Navy,
1958 Seniors second place winner Dick Bury, third in Open play,
ie NAS Jax Fish Camp has I Bury for third place. Rear, Boyd: Gene Witzel Open runner-up) Walt Axcell, Seniors winner, Cecil Field, Key West Navy, Jax
itly put four new 14 ft. and Tony Grego, Seniors third place winner. Navy, NAAS Mayport and Char-
............ leston Reserve Fleet.
in ther '
[bottom fishing boats I, 1 +* 'S = v .
and has seven new Clintonache" Jax Navy Tank N %1 +e Y +a r1h THE JAX Navy Crackerjaxand were'

motors on the racks.e # Pensacola Gosettes
lone entries as of Monday in
camp is taking on a new Squad Third In r >''. women's play.
c, also. Under the supervision in i
The locals hold hopes of advancing -
chief Bob Peters and Dick
City Swim MeetThe to the Women's South
MM1, the shed has been Atlantic Regionals for the third
ted, new motor racks con- )
Jax Navy swimmingteam straight year.
, |cted, equipment rearranged made a fine showing in Both tournies, men's and wo-
allow for more space, and a the City Championship Swim -NA VY'T.E'.1'' men's, are double elimination af-
crete apron in front of the Meet at Hendricks Ave. Pool ALL fairs.

I Id has been added. last week with Flier natators Following Regional battling,

vote of thanks to the men seeing their first competitiveaction TITLE TO KARRH the All-Navy Softball Tourneywill
their interest in the improve- of the year. take place at San Diego,

), nt of recreational facilities. Chuck Willis, with 15% points, Final curtain for the 1958 Navy tennis season was Sept. 48.EXPECTED.

i played a big hand in Jax Navy's brought down last week at Newport Naval Station when to see plenty of
>
, piling up of 58 points, good for diminutive Lt. "Doc" Houk won the All-Navy Open Singles action for the Jax Navy Fliersat

) Deep Sea Trips third place, only one point from title, downing NavCad Mike Tierney of NABTC' Pensacola, Green Cove are: backstop
the runner-up spot. Howie Bayles, first sacker Gene
6-2 7-5 6-3.
Are, Lined Up RICK JEDLICKI of VA-44 and Horton, second baseman Bernie

i Roy Daniels of Special Services Houk, representing ComFiveand beating his doubles teammate, Bondy third sacker Vic Puleo,
1 Been deep sea fishing late- earlier
had
CinCLant cap-
paired for first and fourth Lcdr. Bill Foulkes, 6-2, 3-6,6-0 in outfielders Bud Mackey, Dick
up
, y? If not, NATTCenter per- tured the South Atlantic Regionals and Sid Ackerman.
in diving singles final.COURT Savage
respectively,
place,
onnel reminded that tickets -
, are at Nor-
tipping Tierney
something Flier i by Mound chores should be hand-
will be available throughSeptember competition,
folk Naval.Base. Crozier and
in. led by Bondy, Joe
are strong
mermen
to take a cruise on r--T--
) singles Earl Bishop. Coaches are Ed
III Jax 200-yard medley THE NEW Navy
he Winners II and to try The Navy
followed his All-Navy Brown and "Hoagy" Carmichael.
( luck. relay team of Willis of VP16tDispensary's champion
your
Tickets are on sale for four Peter Talbot, Jerry conquest by teaming with Jax Backing this array of softball

, [dollars each, and are good for Stuart of VAH-1 and Norm Navy's Jim Karrh to win theAllNavy talent are utility men Hugh Hol-
, Doubles crown over lis Tom Makovich,Chalmus Cash,
If NATTCenter carved out ,
any day of the week. you Baddit, ,
time 1:56.0.Lt Leon Wilson and Comdr. K. K. Jim Kruetzselldt, John Pagano
The was :
first
1 plan to take the trip on a place. '
8-6 8-6 6-4. and Carl Rlghtsell.Sparkles .
Jones, ,
, I week-end,make your reservations (jg) Bill Hayes took second
, early at Special Services place in the 50-yard freestyle Karrh, a journalist first class
j Office, Bldg. 614. swim with a time of .25.4. Willis with NARTU Jax lost his open- Shock

Latest reports s tat e the placed second in the 100-yard ing singles match to Wilson, a
" fishing around the Jackson- backstroke with clocking of former Jax Navy racquetwielder. Splinter GolfersThe

ville area is picking' up and 1:7.0. Sparkles of Aviation Elec-

J the big ones are really biting. STUART garnered fourth spot i Tierney then downed Wilson, tricians Mate School and the

", in the 100-yard butterfly, get- 6-1, 6-4, while Houk was bestingLt. Y Support Splinters squared off

, ting a time of 1:14.0.: Willis' Glenn Anderson, 6-2, 6-4 last Thursday in the championship -

I 0'I, [Final Wigwam RumpusSet mark of 54.0; in the 400-yard Tierney, who played his tennisat fight for the NATTCenter

| For Jax Ball ParkThe freestyle earned him fourth Georgia Tech, gained a semi- intramural golf title.

place. final win when Bill Hyde, North !. G For the second consecutjve
.S, Jacksonville Braves, at Third in the 100-yard breast- Atlantic ace, suffered a bad ankle year, the Sparkles copped top
I present in the midst of a top- stroke went to Baddit, who sprain in an earlier doubles honors, winning six points to the
, battle for the South Atlantic -
drawer 1:5.0 performance.Ed none.
' I carved out a : match. Splinters'
,1 [ League's top position, begin swim- of Lcdr. Robert Sta-
distance The team
" their final home stand of Valente, a I HOUK EARNED his way into
with promise, placed matis Joseph Van Vactor, AEC;
() the regular'season tomorrow mer loaded the finals by walloping Comdr.K. ,
'. afternoon (Friday) at the new fifth in the 400-yard freestyle in K. Jones of the Atlantic Fleet, O. Z. Williams, AEC, and Pfc.
the time of 5:20.0.: 6-0 6-0 6-4. I Donald Clanton defeated the
baseball park. Game time is 1400. ,
TALBOT EARNED,sixth in the I Splinters, composed of, Lt. (jg)
The Charlotte Hornets movein individual medley witha Karrh and Houk, an exBrownU. Maurice Axenfeld; Joseph'Fer-

for a four-game stand againstthe 200-yard time of 2:43.0.: court. whiz, gained a bye into l ranti, ADC, and John Socorro,
Braves with the Knoxville the quarter-finals in doubles PN3.
swimming
in -
Smokies due in Tuesday for Anyone interested
with Jax Navy in future play, then outlasted PacificCoast's I
three nights. deathbed the beautiful -
Pentz and Bud On her ,
Stan-
" competition should contact Ray C. "Jim"Karrh
ACE-J.
begin at 2000 star burst into tears and
., Night games tilt ley Sommers in the Mainside Green, 11-13, 6-0, 6-1. In the JO1 at NARTU Jax andkingpin her hus-
with Sunday's afternoon whispered weakly to
Three. of the Jax Navy ten-
Athletic Office, Building ,and little
slated for 1500. semis, big Jim Karrh nis team, was part of the win- band. "Oh, Hector, you've beenso
it Practice sessions are listed Houk earned right to the finals ning doubles team at the All- good to me, and I've been,
in the daily at 1100 and 1600 in the Navy Tennis Tourney at New- I've kissed hun-
Rice, scuttled by Navy by dumping North Atlantic's such a bad girl.
behind Building port, R. I. last week. He team- "
pool
outdoor
Cotton Bowl, will tangle with Cecil Duncan and Mike Sch- ed with "Doc" Houk, Singles dreds of other men.
y Army next Nov. 8 in Houston. Three. champion to win the doubles "Don't excite yourself," said
) This is the first meeting between Sommers, coach of the squad, wartz, 7-5, 6-3, 6-2. crown. Karrh is playing in the her husband calmly. "Who do

the schools, and the Owls will be is internationally known, having IN THE Seniors, it was all Intel-service meet this week at you think put the cyanide in
several National AAU the Army-Nary Club in Arling-
tutored "
the Cadets' 136th gridiron opponent coffee?
s and All-Navy swim teams. Pacific with Comdr. Jack Behi ton Va. your

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I Postmen' AP 62 Lick Mail ProblemJacksonville II .J : F,:nt) 1t tE


citizens will deliveries and countless hoursof tude of 16,000 feet, giving the

receive faster and more efficient extra work for the mail mosaic a scale of 1 to 32,000. ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL

mail service in the future sorters and mailmen, as well Flown in an AJ-2P "Savage"' Sunday, August 24

thanks to cooperation as extra wear on post office piloted by VAP-62's commanding 093ft Sunday School for ages

Another, in the Jax Air between the post office and vehicles.In officer,* Comdr. H. 3 through adults, Bldg. 722;

News-Armed Forces Press the Navy. order to provide better W. Drum, during a routine Service of Divine Worship,
Due to the rapid growth of training mission, the film
,Service series on aiding service service, the post office requested Chaplain Osman.
this area, postal authoritieshave was processed and printed and 1100 Service of Divine Worship
personnel in, becoming help of the Navy, hi :-
familiar with election laws had a difficult time providing a photographic map the mosaic"made by squadron Chaplains Reagan and
in ,their Home' charting new roads and sub- 'personneL
states. of Jacksonville and the job Davis
This series will divisions. Out-dated maps often Other crew members on fellowship Bldg.
voting guide was'assigned to Heavy Photo- 1800-Teenage ,
showed roads where none board the plane included Lt
to state's' 722.
you as your particular graphic Squadron 62, basedat
absentee voting laws. existed,, and more frequently, NAS Jax. (jg) P. C. Overman as photo- 1930-United Fellowship of

WASHINGTONArmed did, not show roads of recent navigator J. A. Van Hoog- Protestants, Bldg. 722.

Forces members are construction, especially in the The finished: mosaic map, strate, PH2, photo-technician, Monday," August 25

temporarily registered for voting new housing tracts. five feet long and four feet and: W. Wilberger, ADI, 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722.

purposes when a registration This lead to delays in mail wide, was flown from an alti- plane captain. Thursday, August 28

certificate, which is included 1915-All Saint's Chapel Rehearsal

with the ballot- has been signed All i' Saints ChapelST.

and accepted by election officials Safety Lecture EDWARDS CHAPEL

Schedule of,Masses
Servicemen may apply for an (Continued from Page 1) Sunday, August 24

absentee ballot by sending a bases throughout the southeastern 08301000"Sunday..

Federal Post Card Applicationor United States. 0630-Daily.

( any signed request contain- The program, sponsored by ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

ing similar information) to Champion Spark Plugs, has been Naval Hospital0630Catholic
Secretary of State in Olympia. Mass
the subject of an editorial in a
Only one application is needed leading national magazine and 0930-Service of Divine Wor-

for both the primary and gen- has won the National Safety : x > ship, Chaplain Bryant.

eral election so the applicationmay Council's Public Interest Awardfor Latter Day Saints (Mormon-'

be submitted any time be- Exceptional' Service to Safe- ____J :.:: Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751.
fore the election. Christian Science Tuesday

HAWAII ty.MILITARY W:1: 1900( -Bldg. 751. ,
educational, civic
Registration is permanent un-
and law enforcement officials
less failed to vote in the
you :
who have observed the impactof
last general election. A serviceman { ClassifiedFOR
the safety lectures and, films ?r ,.d
may register by requesting
upon assembled groups have
an "Affidavit on Application forRegistration"
'
given it unqualified endorsement RENT
form from his
2-Bdrm louse, Unfurn, tile bath,
county clerk. .
,/h'v $60. Mo North Shore EL 6-0332-
An absentee ballot may also The program was developedin ,

be obtained from the county support of the National Safe- ,, :,*;; 4.fWM'; ,t':+tl.Aw., .Ju""il+;i :t ::,..;';k'M.\i.\ :?; Christofoli.Nice .
accident 3 room furn. Apt., $50.00mo
ty Council's prevention
clerk between 20 and ten days WAVES
SAY GOODBYES LaDonna "Scotty" Walsh,
and Woodstock
1088
water
lights -
before an election. Marked bal- campaign to complement and PN3. (sealed, left) and Betty Deno, PI/2 (right, seated) were ;
lots ,must, be received by the supplement work of military tendered farewell' party prior to their departure for duty in Ave; Sprorese.
clerk later than before 'authorities in emphasizing,safe- Hawaii last week by fellow workers in Administration Divisionof Four room all elec apt, conv to
no day ty driving.The NAS Jax. Standing are, (left to right) Barbara Oliveira, base; EV 9-0514-Lamb.
election.. SN Barbara Harding. PN3t June Geron, PN2j Beverly Richardson FOR SALE
COLORADO nation's top race drivers, SAj Donna Lord. YNSlV Emily Capps, PNSN: Lillian t''
Armed Forces personnel may Indianapolis, Speedway veterans, Shelling, PN3r Walter Wright, SN; and Virginia Julian. SN. Trailer, 2, Bdrm, air cond,
Neeld RA52417..
register and apply for an absentee were selected in order, to hold ,
the attention and'lnterest of the 3 Bdrm, 4034 Tyndale Drive
ballot simultaneously by VA-44 VP-16 ReportScouting .
(Cedar Hills) $65.. mo McDonald
sending a Federal Post Card Ap- audience. *
EV 4-2274 after 6 P.M.
plication to their county clerkor THESE DRIVERS and safety MISCELLANEOUSRide

election commission.This lectures are dedicated to. im-
Squadrons : Riders or car pool S. S.
application may be made pressing upon drivers the simple -
Estates or St. Nicholas, Hours
as early as 90 days before an but life-saving fact that *
O.&R. 0700) to 1530 Ext. 341.
election Marked ballots must be "Highway Safety Is No Acci- VP.la Catholic Church. A reception.I Johnson.
received by election officials not dent." Four men from Patrol Squadron followed at the NAS Officers:
L.A.
Anyone wishing rider to
later than 1700 on election day. 16 will be advanced in'rate Club.
Heading arrangements for the e e Calif. Ph. EV 8-3245.
appearance of Johnny Parsons after having passed the May ex- Lt (jg) John Gatton returnsto

Lady Guest here are Spero Tassopoulos, NA- aminations. They are: N. G. civilian life Monday. Gatton,
TTCenter Doering to AEM3; C. J. Rojas, a Patrol Plane Commander and Cuts InContinued
Safety Engineer and
(Continued from Page) Chairman of the Federal Safety to AEM3; R. V. Castle, to ATR3, member of 'VP-16 for the last ( from Page 1))
their families in tour of the
a ATR3.I.
and J. A. Wilson, to .
two will attend the U. of
squadron The Council for this area; Charles years, ed for $90 million.
spaces. pilot's rea- D. Hunt and J. A. McNeill Illinois. Meanwhile the House
dy room was converted into a Able, NAS Jax Safety Superin- Appro-
,small movie theater and babysitting tendent;Richard Blanchard,Safe also passed the examinationsand New men checking into VP16are priations body refused to let the

room. ty Superintendent at NAS Cecil; are strikers for ATN3. : Richard Powell, AN, from Navy transfer $8 million from

On the hangar deck, an AJ-2P R. E. McCullough, Green Cove Helen Atalla and Lt (jg) VA-46, Cecil Field; James Stoner its shipbuilding fund to pay for

Savage, the ,squadron's aircraft, Springs Safety Engineer, and Walter Zaborniak were married YN3, from VP-18; James past medical care costs in civil-

was on display, allowing child- Mrs. Edna Dobson of Mayport recently at a Nuptial ,Mass and Strickland, AMI, from VR-1, ian facilities.

ren to look into "daddy's air.. NAAS Special Services. military ceremony at St. Paul's Patuxent River, Md., and Ed- Appropriations committee sour-

plane." mmu <.__, _>.-..... _..._" ward Moering, ADC, from Re- ces say there is no danger that
r ,A one-minute camera provided ceiving Station, Charleston, S. C. the dependents concerned will

pictures for all as souvenirsof Virgil Metz, CS2, was sworn have to pay the $8 million in
the occasionELSEWHERE. ___4 -iJ in for a six year reenlistment by unpaid hospital bills, but the

static displaysof Comdr. J. !fW. Clark, commanding Navy will have to report under

the squadron's aerial photo- officer, on August 5. the Anti-Deficiency Act and
mission give clear indication it will con-
graphic were on hand. PS.
Guests enjoyed looking for their VA-44 trol future expensesThe

home in aerial pictures' of Jack- An all-hands party was the i : Act is a law designed to,
prevent over-spending on ap-
sonville. event of the week around the
.
The survival shop set up a Hornet's Nest. In charge of all propriations.All .
make-shift dummy complete this probably means, since
arrangements were Lt (jg) Herb
with, oxygen mask, helmet and Ahrens, 'Tex" Goodson, PRC, maternity cases from the bulkof

opened parachute suspended Fred Marshe, PN1, and George dependent medical care cost
from the overhead. Davis, ATI. that in the future pregant ser-
vice wives will not have their
Refreshments of cake, ice The evolution took the formof
choice of civilian
or military
cream and soft drinks were served an "all day singing and din- facilities.

while the guests toured shops per on the ground" with Good-

and offices. son and company providing a

It's estimated there were 200 tasty repast highlighted by East BuAer Grants
'
guests in attendance at the Open Texas barbecued chicken with (Continued from Page 1))

House. all the trimmings. of Supply Building (110), repairof

"LOOKS LIKE A TUBE" Are words ,Norman Tallie, After two hours of bacchanalian swimming pool in Building
Counsel: "Do you want to (above) says every day while 'repairing television self and festivity, the officers con- 614, modification of central meat
challenge any of the jury?" radios at the ,Navy Exchange. The Exchange announced this ceded defeat in the ancient sportof cutting facilities in Building 161,
Defendant:, "Well, I think I week that the 'repair*facility is now located in the southeast quaffing, but vowed to settle and air conditioning of certain
wing of Building 39 (rear of the Red Cross office). With movlag
could lick that little fellow on and the score on the softball dia- ComFair Jax office in
of the shop lo new larger quarters. Exchange patrons spaces
this end. will receive fader and more efficient repair service. mond. Building One.



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