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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Personnel Face Controls On Re-Ups After 20 YearsEnlisted



men in some crowded HMC, DTC, .and SDC. ice, 'or will have reached their expire after June 30, 1960, come soon will be eligible for retirement -
rates will have to make a formal expiration of activeobligatedservice I under this same rule expect that and that selective con-
According to the Instruction,
request to the Bureau of Naval date during the period requests must arrive in BuPersnot trol measures are necessary in
commanding officers will limit
Personnel via their respective terms of reenlistment, extension, July 1, 1959, to June 30, 1960, later than February 15 pre- top-heavy ratings to assure pro-
commanding officers for con- must have their requests in ceding the fiscal year in which motion opportunity for qualified
or active duty agreements so
tinuation of active duty with that contracts will expire prior BuPers prior to February 15, active-obligated service expires. replacements of senior petty officers -
over 20 years active service.To 1959. in the future.
i to completion of 22 years active Selection for continuance of

permit orderly advancement duty to personnel who are approaching REQUESTS MUST BE submitted service will be dependent upon Similar controls are in effect
of officers
junior petty 20 years active serv- I for TAR personnel; therefore,
on the Enlisted Evalua- the individual's and
Instruction 1133.12 states the performance
fis-
involved the
ice. they are not :
rates to be screened as: tion Report (NavPers 1339) and qualifications. cal year '60 action, the Navy

BMC, QMC TMC. GMC, FTC, On the other hand, person- term of service should be speci- affect -
the
will
MNC, IMC, OMC, YNC, PNC, nel who desire to continue on fied. BUPERS EXPLAINED a large said, nor program

CSC, MMC, ENC, BTC, PMC, active duty and will have completed number of WWII enlisted men, those promoted to the super

MLC, ADC, AOC, ABC, PHC, over 20 years active serv-, Personnel whose enlistments who are now E-6s and E-7s, grades, E-8 and E-t.


Firs! Aviator


Completes Hew :


VA-44 Course JfX)


The first pilot has completed

Attack Squadron 44's new -- r__
training program for attack

pilots.. Vol. 16 No. 22 U. S. N.. A. S. Jacksonville. Florida 28 August 1958
Lcdr. Kent Lee was the firstto .
receive a diploma and con- : : I
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gratulations from Comdr. Clif- 1

ford A. McDougal, skipper of .. :. '.::: ,:-.(

VA-44. .:
Lcdr. Lee completed a courseof .""""
..: % .,': -
<< X.
instruction designed specific- '
:
ally for prospective commanding t ;:'
;;
officers of light attack squadrons. : : ..
t& .. ..
During 12 weeks of study, w ':\ ..
student pilots receive instruc- \:.

tions in loft and high altitude

bombing, low and high altitude

navigation, night flying and
simulated carrier landings.VA44's .
K
new training program, i
which commenced operationsJune

1, now has 21 students in
the attack phase of instructionand
23 students in the instrument i


phase.More than 50 instructors and t

60 planes of five different typesare
currently being utilzed in 1)I I

the program. ..,."", .<......vv FIRST OF NEW GRADS Lcdr. Kent Lee, (left) first
pilot to complete VA.44s new training program for attack pi.
lots, receives diploma from Comdr. Clifford A. McDougal, VA.
Daisy Keeping 44 commanding officer. Lcdr: Lee completed a course of
struction designed for prospective commanding officers of light
attack squadrons. VA-44 new program, which began in June ;
VW-4 now has 44 students, more than 50 instructors and 60 planes
BusyThe five different types.

Hurricane Hunters of V-

W-4 are keeping abreast of Hur- Early Go-Ahead EnvisionedFor
ricane Daisy with three planes

from the NAS Jax-based unit

II having flown into the boiling Navy 'Pro' Pay PlansA

storm as of 0800 Tuesday morn-

ing.The have recorded 29.6 directive encompassing new pro pay and
planes
flying hours, have radioed 37 pay programs is expected to be approved by the
Department early in September.If .
weather reports and have taken
Defense Secretary McElroy
17 eye pictures.At okays the directive without who is receiving pro pay
Jax Air News press time, is promoted to retain his
formal approval of Bureau of the
Daisy was 220 miles off the pay until he has had the
Budget, it will give the servicesa
coast of Melbourne, traveling (Please turn to Page 6, Col. ) ( )
their
chance to start work on
northwest at four knots with
winds reported up to 75 knots. plans.
ALTHOUGH THE Navy and

Defense have given no detailson
that service's approved basic

Alert Trio Nips pro pay proposals, it is estimatedthat
10,000 advances will be
Barracks FireFire made as soon as the directive is

was discovered in Bar- given the green light.

racks 544 last Thursday, butit Based on the Navy's previous

was a small fire, and quick insistance to follow closely the

action of three men had the program that was junked last
flames out by the time fire spring with passage of the new fY

equipment could reach the pay bill, it is felt that pro pay

scene. will include third, second and

Thomas Huybrecht, AB1, first class in all ratings, with 50

Gerald Fleming, AA, and Robrt per cent of the increases goingto

Brown, AA, were the third class, 35 per cent to
trio who found and extin- second and 15 per cent to first

guished the blaze. class. / tY b

The men said later they Although the new plan is expected yb
had found the fire in an attic to contain these percent-
4
Ventilator fan while check- ages, they may be slightly lower Y
ing over the barracks just due to the new eligibility pro
before inspection. This was pay for chiefs. The number of -' -
about 0820, and five minutes those receiving pro pay will remain NARTU "BOOTS" AT GRADUATION CER EMONY Capt. Norman O. Anderson, com-
manding officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at NAS Jax, is shown conducting final
the whole thing was
later the however.
same, inspection of the 85-day seaman recruit school p riot to presenting certificates. to the 30 membersof
over. I THE TRANSITION pay plan, the graduating class. Outstanding student aw and was presented J. T. Savage of Atlanta. Most
I if approved, will entitle a man members of the school came from the Atlanta and Jacksonville areas..
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VP-16, Fasron Six

;s TAX STAYS ON I

AIR TICKETS Squadrons
RAS, Ja sonrUe Scouting
Capt Elliott W. Parish Jr. ,__......_...__....._ Commanding Officer Servicemen will still haveto
Comdr. Grayston H. Weber ..... .... ........ .... ..... ....... .. Executive Officer the 10 percent airline
NAB Six; Httt Air Jacksonville pay I Fasron '
Rear Adm. Wendell C. Switzer ........... .. tax on their air fares. VP-16 Six
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr. ....?.._.?.............-................,.?.....?.... f Commander ounce On the night of Aug. 1,
Capt. Macphersoa Williams .... .. CMefof Staff idB Six Airlines have been tryingto A seven pound, three- officersof
FlMt Air Wing Q T.a Lt (jg) Fasron Six and their
Capt. Donald X.: Macintosh ._.,......-....._...........-M,...................... Commander get Congress to put an son, Walter, was born to gathered at the Timber ladies
Capt C. L. Lambing ....... Chief Staff Officer amendment on a tax adjust- and Mrs W. L. Fisher Aug. 16 Inn to
Rani Air Training C.nt r honor Lt. (jg) Jim Peil
Capt. Charles 1.. Moore, Jr. ____....-._-.._...................:... Commanding Officer ment bill which would exempt at the Naval Hospital.Lt who has
Corodx. Wilfred E. riechman ....._.......,............*..... Executive Officer servicemen from the tax even returnedto been with the squadron for over
) J. P. Gatton
jg
Naval Hogttal (
Capt. Alton C. Abernethjr ................... .:......................... Commandant Officer if they travel at a cost more civilian life last Monday. Gat- two years. Jim, at various times
!.MT'
his tour
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .........._......................................... Commanding Officer than 2.5 cents a mile, whichis ton, a Patrol Plane Commanderand during with the com-
Comdr. William K. Hardy M......._..__,........................_.............M Executive Officer the limit now for exemption member of VP-16 for two mand, acted as Communications

Printed commercially with non-ap riated'funds In Jacksonville Florida from the tax. U. of Officer, Legal Officer, Personnel
at Noexpensev to the rovemment and compliance with civiilfanpersonnn years, will attend the Officer and Administrative
Rev. Distributed free of chargeIn to mlBtarj and l The amendment was refus- Of.
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Tralnlnjr ed by the Senate Finance Illinois. ficer. He is now headed for the
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Rewnre Training Unit and the U. S.
Naval Hospital Committee because it felt that Welcome aboard to J. B. Harvard Business School.
Service Information Officer ... Comdr. Charles M. Tomas Also
Aaditant Service Information Officer ......... Andrew IL Planey the airlines were not willingto Lackery, ATRAN, from NATT departed was Lt. (jg)
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI: Bill give the servicemen a reduced Buzz Featherman who has been
Weekes. JOSN. Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings SN. Circulation Distribution Memphis, Tenn., and M.
Mary Ann Klrchner. SN. Staff Photographer Jerry Dalrymple. AN. base rate, thus givingthe Center with the squadron since the de-
The lax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. reporting from
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is whole weight of reduced E. Wayda, AT3, commissioning of VF22.To .
graphs given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo fare to the government. Air DevRon One, Key West, John Blalock and Bill

Editorial office located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone. Fla.Exchange. Sweitzer who have recently"shipped"
extensions tlM. ISM 171 or sit.There's .
we hope your second
-M-- tour will be highly successful to
More To Think About you and the Navy.Congratulations .


Than Self While On The RoadLong r ,.: L2 Charles and Martha are in Gower orderto ,

proud parents of a baby boy,

after the crashing sound of the auto collision ; Mark; Randy and Mackie Cul-

and the wail of the ambulance siren have died away t pepper, parents of a girl, Carla;

there remains the suffering of the victim, the anxietyof : and Lt. (jg) Jerry Kerry and

loved ones, long and expensive months of hospital- wife Peggy, a girl, Shirla Ann.

ization and physical disabilties to be borne for the re- The Fasron Six Softball team
mainder of life. } ended the season with an un-

The tragic loss of servicemen killed and invalided fortunate accident to short stop

from service because of motor-vehicle accidents is a *{ "Pee Wee" Reese, SK2, who suf-

tremendous expense to the Navy and Government in .';v'}, t, ..{''. si ..., .. ''.9.sfcacSS .x# fered a broken leg in the "Beer
terms of*lost training investments, burial costs, and sur- ; Barel" League play-off against (

vivor and retirement benefits. VP-16. I y
How much the Naval service loses in terms of train- ::#::,: {";,{i. >tu.f? ;2'; ll.oyara: Recent separations to'civilian i'i'

ning investments can be more fully realized from the life include Ken Ryan, Harry ''j

statement that the total years in service accumulated Green, Danny Haynes, Bill Shi-
by those killed in 1957 were equivalent to almost two k1 mids. i

and a half centuries of time, or 30-year Naval careers : )

for approximately 800 men. a tyK 5. .i,.. : ::'

In terms of monetary figures, it is estimated that y. NROS Opens
the 1957 motor-vehicle accidents represent a cost of 25.6 I 4?

million to the Government.Just y

something to think about as you get into your Third Yeal-

auto and start out on your Labor Day weekend trip.

L b{., On Sept. 8
--a4ti5....-.....y......,..-...--....----... __-%_4n. .__ v.UNmm."mN., 4?+t y { <'<_-""
Capt. LambingNew NEW NX OFFICER-Comdr.
John Whitener, (left) pointsout Pos To The Naval Reserve Officers
duties to new NAS Jax School now offers to officersof

FAW-11 Navy Exchange Officer. the Naval Reserve, Marine

Skipper.Comdr. Henry who relieved Skipper. Comdr.Comdr. Comdr. Skipper Corps Reserve, and Coast Guard

Whitener Aug. 26 comes here Reserve who are not on active
Chief Of StaffCapt. from the Naval Supply Center, Comdr. Henry J. Skipper officially duty, the opportunity to enroll

Oakland, Calif. took over the duties of for professional courses to makeS
.
Charles L. Lambing has Navy Exchange Officer at NA themselves better qualified in
y'
assumed duties as Chief of Staff Boys Can Join Cub Jax Tuesday. their present ranks and to earn
for Commander Fleet Air
Wing Comdr. Skipper relieved both promOtion and retirement
c R y Eleven, relieving Capt. T. S. Scout Unit Here Comdr. John H. Whitener who points.
White. Boys aged 8-10th living on the
is
being transferred to the
Of Comdr. George W. Purdy, Director
.
t :, ;. 4* \ Capt. Lambing reported here Station and Azalea Trailer Park fice of Inspector of Naval Ma of Jacksonville NROS,.

from Washington, D. C. where interested in Joining the Cub terial, Los Angeles, Calif. states that this will be the third
he had been Deputy Chief of Scouts are asked to attend one
Before coming to Jax, Comdr. year for the school He expectsan
Naval Operations (Air). of the Cub Scouts Pack meetings,
'Capt.White Skipper was attached to the enrollment of over 100 which
who came aboard NAS accompanied by a parent. Naval Supply Center, Oakland,; will be over double the firstyear's
Jax in 1956, has been assigned Meetings are held the last Calif. A graduate of enrollment.
the Uni
Friday of each month in Bldg. :
duty with Chief of Naval Air versity of Alabama
with a BS CLASSES WILL meet at the
802 at 1900.Information.
Reserve Glenview
Training, Ill.
4 ,. on the Cub Scoutscan degree in Business, he also at Bolles School, 7400 San Jose

BEFORE ENTERING the Navyin be obtained by calling tended the Supply Corps Schoolat Blvd., every Monday evening
1937, Capt. Lambing attended from 1930 to 2130. The first
Harvard .
Comdr. J. F Todd extension 489. in 1941. I
Washington and Jefferson Col- classes of the fall semester will
> lege. His early military school- In civilian life he was a De- begin on Sept. 8, and reserve

,... ,. '_..........._'.wfl..m.'MW IN NEW POST Capt. USNR Aviation Base, Philadelphia ? you put a penny in the Department. He has 17 Courses running for the entire

Charles L. Lambing is new in 1937 and NAS Pensa- bank on the first day of the years of active service to his: school year of 40 weeks will
Chief of Staff for Commander cola in 1938. He was designated month and doubled the amountof credit. be Military Justice, Guided Missile
Fleet Air Wing 11, recently naval aviator in 1938 and com- I and
your deposit every day for Orientation, Strategy
relieving Capt. T. S. White. !
missioned
in
ensign 1939.
30 days, how much money would Tactics, part one, and Strategyand

Johnson, Sperling Cop CAPT. LAMBING'S duty, dur- you have in the bank at the Tactics, part two. A 20-

AE (A) School Honors ing World War II included serv- end of the month? (Answer on Exchange Posts week course in Public Relationswill

ing as senior Naval Aviator and page 6.) More also be offered.
Robert Johnson, AEMAN, of SavingsThe
Paulsboro N. OOD underway aboard the de- RESERVE OFFICERS enrolledin
J., and Donald Navy
Sperling, AEIAN, of Stromsberg, stroyer, USS Bear; flight in- FRA Sets Chicken Dinner authority Exchange from has received the NROS earn both promo-
the Exchange
and
Nebr., divided scholastic honors structor and communications ex- Fleet Reserve Association Systems Management tion and retirement points,

last week at the Aviation Elec ecutive in the Atlantic Squadron's ,Branch 98 will hold a chicken Bureau to offer certain itemsat by such participation have a

trician's Mate, Class A, gradua dinner Saturday, between 1800- additional savings better chance for getting training
PBM Patrol and substan-
tion. at NATTCenter.Johnson Convoy 2100, at the Fleet Reserve Clubon tial decreases from duty if they desire it. Uniformsare
who commanding officer of VPB-215. 17 previously not worn at meetings.
entered the Navyin Highway Green Cove established prices.

Aug. 1957, is now assignedto After the war Capt. Lambing Springs. This change, which will be Further information can be

VA-44 at NAS Jax. attended General Line School in Price is one dollar per plate permanent, applies to cam- obtained by visiting the NROSon

Sperling who entered the '1946, Air Force Staff College and 50 cents for child's plate. eras, projectors, photographic any Monday evening, or by
Navy in Sept. 1957, will reportto accessories, I contacting Lcdr. Stovall, Ext-718.
e e c t r i
c
razors
in 1950 and in 1952-54, he serv- ,
Air Development SquadronNo.4 A bee has a stinger .03125 radios and record players
USNAMTC, Point Mugu;, ed as operations and XO aboard inches long. The other 24 inchesis accessories. and Of all the things you wear,

Calif. the USS Kula Gulf. your imagination. your expression is. the most im-
portant.




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28 August 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Abatement Campaign Goes On



Jet Noise Fight Carried I




? ,V ,V / v On Continuously HereFor



it had been the
years on the Station is the use of ear'plugs
of to shut out
practice man
which fitted to
are snug
loud sounds by covering the
enable the wearer to receive the
ears with the hands.In .
utmost protection.
the past, man shut out the
ALSO IN USE is the sound
sounds of a nagging wife with
attenuating ear muffs called by
cotton in the ears. (It Is still those who wear them as "Mic-

used by some). key Mouse Muffs", which pro-

Now several more effective vide as much protection as the

ways have been developed to ear plugs, but are a little easierto
shut out unpleasant noises. Here use.

at NAS Jax several precautionary The use of either the ear

measures are being takenin plugs or the ear muffs reducesthe

regard to noise hazard areas. noise by some 30-3, decibels,
,,, ., __ .. ,
'""G {{9S.W.hsH'O:}:mo.'_a.Wnooen>wx"'raro"'acrr wvoA Xawo6OPd.SA oM:O..vSTART''': : ':''':J"" w '' ''; ;''''WI'lXl'm =*" FOR EXAMPLE all new civil (decibels is a unit of measuring

'ER AGAIN I This cautious trio wears protectiveear service employees are given a sound) according to Roland
muffs to guard against jet noise while I
er/jine testing an hearing test to determine the
A3D at O & R Department. The ear protectors, referred to as Byrd, Industrial Hygienist.
"Mickey Mouse Muffs," are the newest thing in protection amount of low intensity and It has been said that while
against noise. On plane's cockpit is H. E. Norris while V. T. high intensity sounds a personcan wearing either the plugs or the
O'Conner, (left) and C. W. Smith stand on ground. hear. muffs in a high intensity noise-

Periodic hearing tests are required -
{ level one can hear the human

Navy Purchases Suppressors for all persons workingin speaking voice sometimes better
:
noise hazardous areas to ascertain than without the protection.

if there has been any ACCORDING TO a recent
To Quiet Jet Aircraft Noises loss in hearing capacity. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

Two of the biggest preventive report, four 'groups of persons
announced
has
The Navy a
measures recommended by the are effected by hazardous noise
in THE FIRST recipients of the
substantial first step over-
Industrial Hygiene Division here
coming one of the nation's big- portable suppressors are expected areas.
gest noise problems, decreasingthe to be Naval Air Station They are Air Crews and pas

With TheToastmasteis roar of jet aircraft. Oceana, Norfolk, Va; NAS Mira- sengers, maintenance engineers,
Third Polio 'Shot'Sef traffic staff and citi-
ordinary
The first of 132 "Portable mar, Calif.; Naval Air Test Cen-
ter at Patuxent River i Md. zens who live and work near
i Sound Suppressors" will be ;
delivered to the Navy this fall, Overhaul and Repair Facility, For Civilians; airports or along runway approaches -
i, Three basic training speeches Norfolk Overhaul'and Repair for the latter the noiseis
Basic Training representing en initial $1.4 mil- ; New Series DueThe
and Beyond
one more of a nuisance than a
f, Tuesday night'sgathering lion investment in a programto Facility, NAS 'Alameda, Calif.,
talk highlighted for
third polio shot hazard.
and the Marine Air
Corps Sta-
"make jet aircraft seen-not
; of the Navy Civilian heard." tion at Cherry Point, N.C. Station employees who parti- The Navy reports that designin
Toastmasters at Friden Calculat- cipated in the program last aircraft is the best protectionfor
EIGHT OF THE portable All but 30 of the 132 units
sup-
Montana St.
ing Inc.. on October and December has passengers against noise of
are scheduled for delivery are expected to reduce the sound
Ezra Batte delivered his ice- pressors been scheduled for the'periodSept. the engines.The .
to the Navy in October, level created by jet engine
breaker; T. A. Wilkinson spokeon exhaust 9-12. Navy is constantly on the
and by February of 1959, all by 25 to 35 decibels-a
-
"Auto Safety" Ernie New- reduction
; I Cost to employees for the move to use the utmost in pro-
132 of the Navy's first port- in sound level of
"Free Thinking Laborers, more
berg, vaccine for this third shot tection for persons working and
and Andy Planey delivered his able sound suppressors will be than 12 percent. Thirty will reduce -
in
will be 40 cents. Employees living noise hazard areas.
first Beyond Basic Training effort delivered ,and assigned to Sta- the noise level by 20 deci- desiring to obtain their third
"The Cruel Snub of Ad- tions where jet aircraft are
bels.THE shot should contact the per-
Credit
Union Is
operated.The
miral Rickover. 132 PORTABLE suppressors son designated within their

Evaluators, headed by master advent of these suppressors will vary in size from 12 department to handle this Good Place To

evaluator Junior Teske, were and more advanced future to 16 feet in length and six program. .

Frank Roberts, Ivan Sanders, models now under development, to 12 feet high. They weigh approximately Employees who wish to Get Needed LoanThe

Jim Leggett. Rid Pinney. and I will mean that jet noise priorto 9,500 pounds. They join the program and who
Gordon King. I actual takeoff will be comparable will be mounted to fit againstthe desire to receive vaccine a- Jax Navy Federal Credit

Toastmaster was Lawton: to the sound level of exhaust of the jet engines gainst polio may obtain their Union in Building 39 has announced -

Green, with Gordon King as I' conventional propeller-type air- which are either to be tested, or first two inoculations at a that money is availableto

topicmaster and Rod Pinney, craft. "run-up" prior to takeoff. cost of $1.25. The first shotsin lend for any of the following

lexicologist. the new series will be purposes:

Sounding Of Bell Mea'nsFree given on Sept. 16 at the O To buy clothing and suppliesfor

Toyland Opening & R Dispensary, Bldg. 101-W. children entering school, financing -
All employees receiving a new or used car

Slated TuesdayThe Meal At CafeteriaThe third injections, as well as (model 1956 or newer), and

Exchange those wishing to start the new for consolidation of debts, pur-
NAS Jax Navy alarm bell which rings
ring If series, are urged to contact chase of new furniture or appli-
Toyland is scheduled to open out four times each day at the indefinitely. you are in
the habit of dining at the Civil- their department representatives ances.
for business next Tuesday, Sept. Civilian Cafeteria is not a warn-
2 in Building 554. ian Cafeteria, chancel are you'll prior to noon, Aug. 29. The Board of Directors of the
ing for dining firemen, nor an
Santa Claus will be on handto air raid alarm. Everytime it someday get a ,free meal. finance Credit Union recently voted to
home
preside at ribbon-cutting cere- sounds someone gets a free meal. improvementloans.
.
monies at 1000 and show off his The alarm clock, hidden behind Information on any of
these types of loans be obtained
display of toys, reported to be the cash register, sounds may -
at the Credit Union Of-
the finest ever shown here. four times a day, during break-

Hours of operation for Toy- fast and lunch. When it rings, fice.They
land this year will be 1000-1800 the nearest customer approaching are open from 1100 to

weekdays and 0900-1200 Satur- the cash register can wina 1500 Monday thru Thursday and
until further notice. 1100 to 1600 on Fridays.
days, free meal receiving gratis

whatever happens to be on the
Naval Institute Seeks

YourSAFETY tray.According to Don Gates, Cafe- Added Member Rolls

teria manager, the alarm will
Memberships are being taken

Gallagher Wins AO Honor for the U. S. Naval Institute. All

AN of commissioned Naval officers,
Donald Gallagher, ,
Corner Sheboygan Falls, Wise, was warrant officers and senior petty
officers are eligible.The .
Hand Tools honor student at last week's

1. Select the right tool for the Aviation Ordnance School, ClassA Naval Institute has been
graduation. the sounding board for the Sea
makeshift. ,
job-never use a ..
2. Use only tools in good condition Gallagher; who entered the y r* :' Services for 85 years, throughits

-no tools with cracked or Navy in Sept. 1957, is awaiting )/ :TrLllLw4 P'4 publications, the Proceedings.The .

broken handles, none without reassignment. /' 4 iW Proceedings provides wide

handles, none with mushroomedor coverage, current concepts of
broken heads. A lady was filling out a credit seapower, maritime aspects of

blades form but when she came to the "IT'S ON American affairs and potential
3. Store keen-edged THE HOUSE" Says Della Squares, (right)
safely when not in.use. line that said "Age" she hesi- to a surprised Lugene Downing at the O IE R worker hears he Naval developments throughoutthe
4. Use wrenches of the right tated a long time. Finally, the has Just received a free dinner during a recent lunch hour at world.
the Civilian Cafeteria. Four meals are given away on each
leaned and whispered
clerk over Interested
size for the job. Face the Jawsof check-out line during the breakfast and lunch periods daily at persons should con
an adjustable wrench In direc- "The longer you wait the worse the cafeteria. Incidentally, Downing says this was the first free tact their commanding officer

tion of the pull. it gets." thing he ever received for further Information.' .



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JAX AIR NEWS
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Experts In Their Field Summertime Tip:


Riggers Of ""Chute Loft IiI Steer Clear Of


Poison lich

Mighty Versatile CrewPersonnel > Mosquitos Ivy and sand flies

nip you. Bees and wasps and
at the NAS Parachute Loft are a versatile lot, with hornets :, sting you. They'reall
each man able to perform duties of another at any time.A part of the good old sum
division of the Operations mertime. But in avoiding
Department, the loft, located in tance between the connector them don't forget another
Building 148 at the corner of lines on the harness and the, hazard of the great outdoors
Enterprise and Wasp Avenues, skirt of the hem. -poison ivy. a

operates directly under Lcdr. SIZE OF THE chute is deter- Here are a few pointers on
Woodson B r e m e r, operations mined by its projected diameter this seasonal nuisance to which,

maintenance officer. when fully opened. incidentally, no one enjoys per-
All squadrons aboard NAB Jax Chutes are designed to take a L ., manent immunity. You might
utilize facilities of the loft for shock load open force of more without
handle the plant once
packing and maintaining their than 800 pounds, and one sus- getting a rash, but the next ;
own chutes.IN pension line has a breaking ,. t* ,
to get
time it's likely you.
CHARGE OF the loft is strength of 550 pounds. There are y a
Robert Dobson, PRC, with a crew 14 suspension lines in a 28 foot CONTACT with it can be justas
of well-versed specialists work- chute. irritating whether it's green

ing with him. James Linken- The crew, in addition to Dob- and growing, dry and brown, or
heimer, PRMAA, is a specialistwith son, Linkenheimer and Oyler, being burned and giving off x

oxygen and services all air- consists of: Dewey Lawing, PRI; smoke.
..... ,
craft which come through NAS James Green, PRl; Irwin Walden .d "'" Remember poison ivy has

Jax. Edward Oyler, PRI, is supervisor PR2; Leonard Whitten, PR3; PARACHUTE by men at the LOFT NAS ACTIVITY Jax Parachute- One Loft of is the the Jobs maintenance performed -- three leaves to the stem, usu- 7

of aircraft maintenanceand John Maryon, PRS3; Horace Ben- of rubber life rafts. Shown deflating, a six-man raft ally pointed with irregular
handling and maintenance nett, AE3; James Plott, PRS3; (above), prior to packing it for future use are James Plott<. edges. It grows in swampy or
ofboth gas and liquid oxygen. Leonard Franks, AN; Ronald PR3, (left) and .Lee Whitten PR3. Below, shown whippingand dry areas on bushes, as vines on

All members are thoroughly Williams, AN; and George Vit- use are folding John silk Maryon vances PR3 of a, (chute left) and before Horace repacking Bennett for, PR3.later trees, or alone as bushy plants,
trained in all phases of survival I ko, PR3, the latter- TAD from There's a' certain knack to handling parachutes which is not usually in a bunch.
and life-saving equipment, and I NATTCenter. the work for novice. lot of
a You can save yourself a
all PRs and _______________ _----1-- I
are qualified au- grief if, after contact with the t
thorized to make minor repairs pest, you wash the exposed areas r
and pack chutes. with yellow soap or rub them
THE LOFT HAS 205 chutes to rc with alcohol. r
service and each is given visual SHOES AND clothing after F

inspection every 10 days and I contact with poison ivy can irritate -
in the locker where I
hung drying
skin unless' they'rethoroughly
; .N your
they are aired and dried for 24-, { Thursday August 28 laundered.And F
hours at 60-day intervals. The : .f
: I Mainside Farewell to Arms a final warning-not onlyis r
in
temperature this locker is 70
(color wartime drama) with Rock there no permanent immunityto 1
degrees with a humidity of 40
percent. I 14j Hudson and Jennifer Jones.Also, this dermalitis, but with each ,
Hep Mother Hubbard. One show,
The loft also maintains 25 fres: infection your resistance to
1900 only.
rubber life rafts, which are the itch becomes weaker.
NATTCenter Seven Brides for
iY -
periodically inspected and re-
Seven Brothers color musical
dx:3it ( )
packed every three months. It
with Jane Powell and Howard
was pointed out there are four
Keel. Also The Green Archer
,
types of life rafts, including a
one-man job used by a pilot; j Chapter 3.
four-man rafts; seven-man and HospitalTerror In A Texas
20-man rafts, with the latter car- Town (western) with Sterling r.
ried by transport aircraft. Hayden.

ALSO SERVED BY the busy Friday, August 29

crew of parachute riggers are Mainside-Tank Force (drama)
250 life vests, plane safety belts, with Victor Mature and Leo
shoulder harnesses, oxygen reg- Genn. Also, Wonders of Chicago.
ulators and masks, and complete NATTCenter Farewell to
aircraft supply systems. Arms.

When repairs are to be madeto Hospital Seven Brides
I for
equipment, a battery of four Air Force Boasts Youngest : Seven Brothers.
high speed sewing machines are
into I Saturday, August 30 >.... :.
brought play.
Colonels In Armed Forces/ ,
Mainside-For Whom the Bell r.r
Parachutes come in 26 and 28
foot sizes, with 22 feet the dis- Air Force officers are getting Tolls (color drama) with Gary
older, on the average; but its shows that the average Air Force Cooper and Ingrid Bergman. .p, ijr
colonels are still the youngestin colonel is 43.6 years of age. In Also, Patriotic Popeye.KiddieMatinee (

Comdr. Hall the Armed Forces. August 1955, the average was (Mainside) _
Latest available tabulation 42.9 for Air Force eagles. Gift of Love (color drama) with
Admin. Officer I THE AVERAGE ARMY colonelis Lauren Bacall and Robert Stack.
46.7; Marine; 44.6, and Navy Also, Clock Makers Dog and The
For StationComdr. captain, 47.16, according to Serv- I Green Archer, Chapter 3.
ice studies. i f 'rx
Jack S. Hall is the The average age for all Marine NATTCenter-Tank Force.
new NAS Jax Administration Corps officers is 31.5, comparedto Hospital-Farewell to Arms.

Officer. He succeeds Comdr. the overall average of* 31.92 Sunday, August 31
:
William Mitchell who departed 1 gt.'t't for the Navy; 32.6 Air Force and Mainside-Violent People (sus-

Aug. 11th.Comdr 33.8 Army. Three years ago, the pense drama) with Brian Keith
Hall comes to Jax Air Force average officer age was and Dick Foran. Also, Factured
from Heavy Attack Squadron 30.9. Leghorn.

Three at NAS Sanford, Fla. A IN THE LIEUTENANT colonel NATTCenter For Whom the
native of Macon Ga., he boasts \c y y9L (commander) rank, the average Bell Tolls.

17 years of active service. ages are as follows: Army, 43.3; Hospital-Tank Force. 4 ..
From 1951 to 1953 he was associated Navy, 40.93; Air Force, 41.6, (up
with ComCarrier Divi- from 39.9 in Aug. '55), and 40.2 Monday, September 1Mainside
sion One, and in, '48 and '49 in the Marine Corps.In -Young Lions (war
was an exchange pilot with the the major (lieutenant com- story) with Marlon Brando and ir 4.
British Royal Air Force. ; mander) rank, the average are Montgomery Clift. Also; Safety :

He was also Instructor in Na- ... as follows: Army, 39.8; Navy, Spins. One show, 1900 only.
val Tactics and Operational Y :: 4w. 37.92; Air Force 38.9, and Ma- NA'PTCenteI't-Violent People

Planning at the Naval Post \ $ rine Corps, 40.2. Hospital-For Whom the Bell
Graduate School in Monterey, The average captain (Navy Tolls.
,Calif. from 1954 to 1956. The lieutenant) is 34.6 years of age
is also in the 31.32 in Tuesday, September 2 LOCAL BELLE Honors
commander a qualified Army; the.Navy, Mainside-From for this week's Jax Air News
pilot. 34.9 in' the Air Force, and 33 Hell to Texas pinup fall to a local gal 17-
.:sam'A<'..h. -- ,-,-,--OT"w.W ., ',",.,.,. .".'wm"COMDR. in the Marine Corps. (color western) with Don Murray year old Lee High School
Teacher: "How may one ob- HALL-New NAS and Diana Varsi. Also, Baffling student Katheren Bohannon.
Jax Administrative Officer, Bunnies. Daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. C.
tain good posture? Men who kiss and tell are
W.
who here from HeavyAttack Player, both employed at
Country boy: ,"Keep the cows comes Squadron 3 at HAS not half so bad as those who TI'CenterYoung Lions. NAS Jax. Katheren was a
off it and'let it grow 'awhile. Sanford. kiss and exaggerate. Hospital Violent People. candidate: for the recent Miss
Duval County beauty pageant.tU .



gust 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5.


idy Snares- Touch Grid


irlh in WorldtI ,


I Tourney Keg Leagues


"avy's Ken Pendergras, e Start Sept. 2

T of the renowned VW-4 .' '4p1 x .z a

Cane Hunters and top skeet
finished fourth in individ- Another season of Mainside

t shooting at the Inter- intramural athletic competition -

"i I<,Moscow Shooting this week.Champion- ': ; $ 2 (Tuesday swings) with into fall being bowlingand Sept.
I
rgras came home with 1\ J : iM} touch football slates get-

'' of 200, helped by an # ting crowded their baptism field of that 3$ day.A teams.

$day 97. The US team, I :, i has entered Mainside kegling
ri was able to finish
only :

Blbehind the Soviets, VeJMand itii i competition evenly into two with leagues clubs, American split-

Romania. ; : I and National.
i
W. ., AIDED by individual THE TOTAL of 36 teams is
A. Kaplun, copped the
t the largest number:, to ever start
.. 'pfcampionship with
{ a score athletic
intramural
play in an
ilU 1400. Venezuela and RoT ., _
_.
:':' v."" '>>: .' :f>'AA onoHnnHiHaaBiHBaBHaBanBBaa nBBHK3i83s _L cored 377x400 and the PROUD OF TROPHY CASE Mingled among the many trophies won in recent Mainside Competition on the Mainside

...." 376x400. athletic competition are members of the "vanity" bowling team of Airborne Early Warning lanes is slated to come to a halt
tallied an outstanding Squadron 4. The Cane Hunters, who hare been rapidly adding to the trophy chest recently, are I. with league
g only four out of 200 primed for start of fall bowling and touch football next Tuesday. Left to right, are Lt (fig) Dick in early December
h. Greer. Lcdr. Bill Saltmarsh, Ken Meadows. AN, Ed White, ADC, Bill McVey, AOL Ralph Tice, winners rolling off for the Main-
_" ADI Bill Smith.AK1 and Comdr. Nicholas Brango skipper. Absent from photo is Pete Delia side championship.Touch .
Yanks
had some slight Penna, AN.Local has 14
gridiron play
c1atfon when Chet Crites
& : teams on the dotted line. Games,
jTWxlOO in the final phase Interservice Tennis
, !\i fjfe Jndividual skeet firing to i to be played daily at 1600, will

, end.s r hIgh gun.hfStO9MBINED. Crown To Soldiers' be contested on Yorktown and
1,4, Fields turf.
Austin
score for the For the fourth straight year,
.w9.t. ., though, left him in Army netters have defeated the THE 91-GAME schedule is
nfntJption with 190. slated to end Nov. 4 with a play-
j other three services for the then for the Main-
.Ve ififHa's Juan Garcia finished k' off planned
j,thlrd after shooting offa a { i Leech Cup in Interservice Ten- I side crown.

'19.'tie with Soviet gunner N. nis Tourney at the Army-Navy Method of play this season will

M ,Duriev plvs Country Club in Arlington, Va. be two-hand, touch, between the
vs Other' Entries Flub Stab of the ball
: American scores were: The Army clinched the, matches shoulders and knees
iEd Calhoun:; 188; Mrs. Carola carrier, an innovation from the
[Manael,''187, and Eddie Harris, by, defeating the Air Force, past few seasons when the "flag"

1830'- >"..1 At 6ND Softball Title 6-1, in last week's final action. method was in use.

The Army tipped the Marines Entered in touch football warfare -

Pensacola Navy's Goshawk captured theSixth Naval and the Air Force defeated the are: Marine Barracks, VP-

District Softball Tournament, posting an unbeaten string Navy the day previously. Included 18, VA-176, Operations, VU-10,
i Force VP-16,
Air ,
the event at Green Cove Springs' Jarvis VW-4, 679th
rwwn through four-day on the Navy's top doubles
109 NARTU,VA-
VAH-1, Fasron ,
Field last week. team Jim Karrh JO1, of:
WATERLINE was and Fasron Six.
The Goshawks, with John 44, VF-173
Mayport Navy 7. NARTU Jax.Birthday. the American bowl-
Douglas on the mound, are now FORMING
seeking further honors in the Second day, Pensacola 5, Glynco ing loop are: 679lh Air Force,

rr South Atlantic Regionals which 0; Green Cove 6, Cecil Field VP-16, ComFair Jax "B," Hospital -

Guazzo of VW-4, with start today at Pensacola.IT 2; Memphis 6, NATTCenter Jax Party VW-4 "B," VW-4 "D,"
'Len La Caz, took first FAW-11, FAETU, FAETU "C,"
WAS THE right
strong 1; Mayport 8, Key West 3.
the regatta last Sunday, flipper of Douglas which was instrumental Set TomorrowAnyone NARTU "B," Marine Bararcks,
om the Florida Yacht Club.t in carrying Pen s y Third day, Pensacola 7, VA-44 "B," Fasron Six, VAP62"B

had been a light breeze through four games without a Charleston 0; Green Cove 8, Jax at NATTCenterwith ," Special Services, Dental,

hed considerably by thee setback. Navy 1; Memphis 7, Cecil Field a birthday in August O & R Officers and Disbursing.In .

first three boats round- The Goshawks tripped sur- 1; Glynco 9, Mayport 1 will be honored at a party the National circuit will be:

ie initial buoy and calm prisingly strong Fourth Day: Memphis 10, and dance tomorrow (Friday) 679th Air Force "B," ComFairJax

d for about an hour and Glynco NAS, 4-1, in runner-up the final Charleston 2; Glynco 1, Jax in the Lounge, Building 593, VW-4 "C," VW-4, Supply,

tourney setto. Douglas tossed a Navy 0; Pensacola 7, Green at 1930. Operations' Dispensary, FAETU
(jg) Guazzo was pilotinges Everyone's invited with the "B," NARTU, Communications,
six-hitter to best Glynco's Ben Cove 6. Quarter Finals: Glynco
Bantam No. 572. Larryal only string attached being to VAH-1, Fasron Six "B," VAP62 -
/ of the NATTCenterlain's Hubbard. 4, Memphis 0.SemiFinals. register with Mrs. McHugh Dental "B," Waves, VP-18,

Office, in Bantam No. Jax Navy carded one win and : Glynco 7, Green I the Lounge before Friday aft- O & R Enlisted and VA-44.
two defeats to finish far down
'with crew Dan Holiday, Cove 2. Finals: Pensacola 4, I ernoon.
the list of nine teams seeking I
red second place.t District honors. Glynco 1. Navy Shooter Wins

regatta is slated Sunday,
THE FLIERS. after a shaky
7, from Mulberry Cove at'Jar. Perry Pistol MatchThe
8-7 opening win over Mayport
drew first blood
x Navy
Navy, was pasted by host Green
veral Jax Navy Sailing Clubbers once more in the National Rifle
Cove, 8-1, then suffered a .1-0
are planning to enter defeat to'Glynco.The Matches at Camp Perry, O., and
ttas in Sarasota this week- set a new match record in the
Jax N a v y Crackerjax, .

e e ghost of past Crackerjax champ- process.Firing a 550-22V score, Navy
clubs bit the
ionship-caliber ,
ist a reminder . fishing pistol expert Gasper P. Definoof
dust twice against Pensacola'sGosettes y':vJb
ses may be purchased at San Diego eclipsed the old
14-7 and 15-6.
Mainside and NATTCentercial record of Army M/Sgt. Huelet
Services for two dollars. The Pensacola girls join the Benner by two points in the International -

hese licenses will be good Goshawks in the Regionals at Free Pistol 50-meter

ugh next June. Also, fishing the West Florida site. All-Navy match.

Ms and outboard motors are Softball Tourney is scheduledfor Last year Navy Warrant Of-
ilable for renting at the NASh Sept. 4-8 at San Diego, Calif. > y < ficer Offutt Pinion won the

Camp. COMPLETE results of the 6ND match, first military event of

Tourney are: First day, GlyncoN the month-long competition.
ASS, NATTCenter Jax 1; Finishing first out of a fieldof
ation Links First Round
Charleston N a v y 1, Memphis 300 handgun competitors, De-

te For Jax Two-Ball Navy 0; Green Cove Springs 9, a _- 4 fino surpassed by 10 points the

he annual Jacksonville Mix- i Key West Navy 2; Jax Navy 8, 540-20V posted by Army Lt.

Two-Ball, Golf Tournament, Paul Shank who copped second
Small Stores Closed place. (AFPS)
highlight the local golfing : '
lendar, will find first round Until September 2 : ; s
lay being contested at NASax Issue John Brake. Midwestern AAU
[ Oct. 12. Clothing and Small Stores doubles handball champion and

Other dates and sites have not Rooms in Buildings 953 and .,,. ,"-n'" "..__. _. _..__ ...._<<_..".W'"n....__ ... d_'.', singles runner-up for 1956 and
fet been chosen, however, qual- 513 are closed for inventory.The SET FOR TANK/SEASQN Are members of the Jax 1957, is a student officer at Ft.

ying rounds will be Oct. 411t issue rooms, at Main- Nary swimming team caught in a pose at the Mainside Pool. Benning, Ga.
Hyde Park Golf Course. Front row, (left to right) are Roy Daniels Ed Valente George Paul Anderson Olympic
side and NATTCenter, respectively Campbell, Jerry Stuart and Peter Talbert. Rear, Jack Parks, weight .lifting champion, has
J. D. Cann, president of the Chuck Willis Rick Jedlicki and Stan Sommers. Mainside athletic
ax Amateur Golf Association, I will both reopen on or director and coach of the Jax Nary natators. The club is made his debut as a professional-

s chairman of the event. about Sept. 2. training daily with an eye to future competition. wrestler. '



Pago 8 JAX AIR NEWS 28 August 1958



August Of 13 Years A.goAlso r.. 0 s\.J.. ..4 .> s



Month Of DecisionAugust f n i


is the hottest month of the US summer. The )2t1

August of 13 years ago was the hottest month in human 1

history.It
was the month when the first atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima
and the second on Naga-
saki, causing a stunned and of decision. It didn't, however,
see the end of the war. That
bleeding Japan to sue for peace.It .
was the month when US military epochal event came on Sept. 2
might had become the aboard the battleship Missouri in

greatest of all time. Tokyo Bay.

FROM AUG. 6 (Hiroshima The scratch of Gen. Douglas

through the weeks that followed, MacArthur's 'en as he acceptedthe

a tense, war-battered world Japanese surrender wrote finis -

hung on the negotiations that to seven years of dark his-

would end the most costly con- tory. .
.
.
flict Hew it had ever known. (AFPS) .. .. .. .,. ':.../ '... .. ,/>\ ",, /;'; :... ,:
costly, it is impossible to t
reckon. A Vatican estimate
.rmm1l ,
placed the number of dead "' "
war AWARDED 30-YEAR PINS FOR SERVICE This group of civilians was recently preacat-
civilian and military, at 22,060, ed pins for 30 years of government service. They represent various activities of NAS Jax. Left to
000 and the wounded at 34,400, For Rent right, (front row) are: Topsy Robinson Security William Grimes, Supply.: Jesse Elrod O b R:
000. But these were only rough 3-Bdrm. house. Conven. to Capt. Kenneth Wheeler. NAS Jax Supply Officer: Capt. Elliott W; Parish Jr., NAS Jax commanding
totals Cecil Field & NAS. (Oak Hill). officer: Capt. Thomas Haley O & R Officer: George Quimby, O & R: Lester Sellers
O & R, and Frank Thompson. O & R. Rear: Elmer Everett. O & R: Ralph Grimsley, O b R:
The building of the US mili- 6317 Sauterne Dr. $100 Mo. EV- Charles Miller O & R: Paul Sartor, O & R) Ebb Parks, O b R: and Arthur Grubbs. Security
tary machine to firfit WWII has 8-5310. Willie Smith of O & R, who also received a pin, was not present when photo was taken.

been called by Sir Winston Share home at 2965 Dellwoo

Churchill "a prodigy of organi- Ave. EV-9-7842.
Guide To Guided Missiles
zation, of improvisation. a 2-Bedrm. Unfurn. house. 222 DIAPER

wonder of military history." E. Milwaukee Ave. (O. P.) CO- I

THAT'S NO exaggeration, con- 4-5471 Hunt.3Bedrm. Like Tour Of DisneylandIf DOINGSBirths
sidering that in 1940 the nation's

combined armed forces totaled ., t-baths house. you hear a goose honk, a rat squeak, a hound dog at the Naval Hospitallast
3941
Barmer
less than half a million men. 4-4243 Dr. $125 Mo. EV- bay, a bullpup growl or a sidewinder rattle, don't get all week were one shy of a

Five years later that total was EV-4-7274. Townsend. shook up. It's probably our defense family of missiles and dozen with six boys and five

exceeded by the strength of the Miscellaneous rockets sounding off. girls "checking in."
Marine Corps alone. The nation Wanted: Riders from Beach For the fact is that in termsof Girl Theresa
its They were, Lynn,
Quail Bull
Goose and its
had more than 12 million men Blvd. (Southside Estates) Hrs. nomenclature that family is Snark. to William Diamond, AD2, and

underarms in the fateful Augustof 0800-1630. Exts. 216-8164. John- rapidly becoming a menagerie.The Mrs. Diamond; Boy, Aaron
1945. son. idea, seems to be that if it As for the Snark, there simplyain't Joseph, to Earl Brown, AMI, and

With the war in Europe ended, Found: A gold crucifix with zooms it rates a zoological ap- no such animal. It was invented Mrs. Brown; Boy Mark Eugene,
Lewis
Carroll
by the
Allied land, sea and air forces diamond in center, found vicinityof i pellation. to Charles Gouer, MN1, and
were gathering for a crushing NAS Dispensary. Can be AND OF COURSE, the Army "Alice in Wonderland" man. Mrs. Gouer, and Girl, Denise

two-phase invasion of J a p a n. claimed at Master-at-Arms deckin also has the Hawk, an air de- When they lose interest in Marie, to Doyle Rowell, HM1,
birds and beasts the resourceful
Soviet Russia declared war on Dispensary. fense weapon capable of destroying and Mrs. Rowell, all born Aug.
Japan Aug. 6. attackers flying at lowest services are apt to go off on a 8.
Wanted: I will be going to mythological kick, especially the
THE US ARMY was at a altitudes.But Also, Girl, Ann Lisa, to Alvin
Patuxent River, Md. close to it's the and Air Army which is prone to an
strength of over nine million, Navy Kyle, ADI, and Mrs. Kyle, Aug.
with 89 divisions and eight pow- Washington, D. C., on Sept. 1st Force that really go for brokein Olympian view of its new wea- 9; Boy, David Anthony, to Emil

erful air forces. American sea or 2nd. Would like to have some- naming their guided missiles pons.WITNESS Mathew, BM1, and Mrs. Mathew,
NIKE-Zeus
power had grown to several one to share expenses. If inter- and rockets. Hercules, Nike-Atlas and, Nike-the Aug. 11; Boy, Reginold Bernard,
'
massive fleets with a strength of I The Navy has its Sidewindera to Pfc. and Mrs. Charles Davis,
ested call Pat Proctor at EL Jupiter IRBM. Not to be out-
over three million. In addition, ( desert rattlesnake) its Petrel, USA, Aug. 11, and Boy, Curtis
5-4391 done, the Air Force has its Atlas
after ,
there wore six Marine divisions.But 1700. its Terrier, its Sparrow I, II and its Thor and its Titan. Audrey III, to Curtis Smith, SN/
August proved the month III, its Bullpup and its Rat. Ret., and Mrs. Smith, Aug. 11.
Answer to And in a moment of truth, as
brain twister: THE AIR FORCE has its Fal- I And, Boy, Jeffrey Paul, to
far back as 1950 the Air Force
$10,737,418.23 con, its Hound Dog, its Green i Robert Bohnstengel, GFC, and
came into the ring with Matador.
Wives Mrs. Bohnstengel, Aug. 12; Girl,
Navy Had enough, you rascals you?
Karla
Lynn, to Larry Knutson,
This the Strategic Air Com-
year
I ..s SN, and Mrs. Knutson, Aug. 12,
mand will make a new air-to-
CornerNavy and Girl, Deborah Jean, to Nor-
ground missile operational .
man Boster, PNC, and Mrs.
Its name? Rascal. (AFPS)
Wives Club held its .s's Boster, Aug. 13.Honor.
"Bundle Coffee" last Thursdayon

the patio of the Chief Petty Free Choice

Officers Club. (Continued from Page 1)) Medal

Mrs. Ben Capone and Mrs. S. To show that all is not black,

A. Watermolen were hostessesfor however, if a wife expects a
the 25 members. Mrs. John r-\ 1 child by mid-March of 1959, Holder With

Damon won the prize for the 1 1'F that is, is three month's preg-

most valuable "bundle" for the nant by the expected Oct. 1 effective MAD Here

"Not New Shop". date of the new rulings, ,

Mrs. Bill Aston and Mrs. Larry and is being treated by a civil- One of the 37 living Congres-

Streiber were winners in the ian physician, she may continue sional Medal of Honor winners

cake raffle held at the session. with him at the government's from the Korean Conflict, is

Next meeting will be Sept. 2 expense.If presently assigned as adjutantfor
at the Dewey Park Club House. she changes doctors andis Marine Air Reserve Training

Wives of enlisted men in the "living with sponsor" she Detachment at NAS Jax.

Navy and Marine Corps are assured _ _ __ must use service medical facili- Chief Warrant Officer Harold
of a cordial welcome. The _!-_ : ties. Wilson, a native of Birmingham,

Club will elect a delegate to Ala. says that his action "was

the National Convention which ; j7Lr The twins had been broughtto nothing that any other Marine
will be held in Newport, R. I., ; ;I : \ be christened. couldn't have done."

in October. .. .. ....... .. ....."w"' ,.".IWI<"';.,",..".,, _w.. "What are the' names?" asked However, the record shows
RECEIVES DIPLOMA Sgt. Henry Dykes, (left) of the the clergyman. that Wilson, then a T/Sgt. was
Early GoAheadContinued Marine Barracks at NAS Jax, receives diploma certifying completion "Steak and Kidney," the father directly responsible for plugginga
of Marine Corps Institute Course from Maj. Louis Sartor answered. hole in the United Nation's

( from Page 1)) former Marine Barracks commanding officer. Sgt. Dykes, "Bill, you fool," cried the forces' line on the night of
who works in the administration section of the Barracks

completed
tunity to requalify for the add- a course in personnel administration. mother, "it's Kate and Sydney." April 23-24, 1951. Although
ed pay at the higher rate. twice wounded by gunfire, he

This means that every man Silver Slatedmaking refused medical aid for himself
Daytona Springs Trips I
who has pro pay and is promoted and continued to move about

stands a chance of losing his his men, shouting words of en-

extra money on the first pro- Trips to Daytona Beach and (August 30th) at 0900 for Day- it possible for anyone couragement. By his heroic act-

pay exam after promotion.The Silver Springs have been arranged tona Beach and return. Another wishing to spend the long week- ions in the face of almost I cer-

pay for the first profici- I for the long Labor Day bus .will leave at 0900 Monday end in Daytona to do so. tain death, he instilled confidence -
ency step will be $35 a month weekend by NATTCenter Special (Labor Day) for Silver Springs in his men and inspired
with six months the waiting II Services.A and'return.. Cost of either trip is 50 cents, them to repeatedly turn back

period before a man with P-l bus will leave from the The Silver Springs bus will but 15 tickets must be sold to the furious enemy assaults.He .

can go up for P-2. 1 NATTCenter Exchange Saturday stop at Daytona Monday night, make either/ trip available. joined the Marines in 1942.