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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1958
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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f It may be come harder fora made because it felt entriesin Regular Navy integration.

a Navy whitehat to becomean the candidate's service rec-
Those in favor of this mea-
2K officer. ords and their officer selection
sure feel that younger men
Qualifications for EM-to- battery scores were not indicative with high potential and less

officer programs may become of the man's technical specialized training do not
stiffer because the Navy is Knowledge.
have a fair chance under the
and ALTHOUGH its felt the
stressing youth qualityin present system, which catersto
its selection of new ensigns number of LDO applicantswill
:' the older, more mature
and LDOs. be reduced, proponentsof
'-, petty officer on a "best quali-
SUPERS, as reported by the tests feel that appli- fied" basis.
Navy Times is making "in- cants chosen will be of higher
t 'j1 I itial research" into possibilityof caliber and that those who THEY FEEL that officer

lowering the maximumage fail will have gained a higher appointment should be givento

limit for enlisted integra- .technical knowledge as a men more on the level with
'. tion candidates (the seaman- result of the tests. their contemporaries of the
,..,
to-admiral program) and BuPers is also studying fea- Naval Academy and NROTC,

establishment of special tech- sibility of lowering ..maximumage leaving the mature, highly-
nical examinations for LDOs. limit from 32& to 26K experienced and technically

The recommendation for for enlisted personnel seeking skilled senior petty officer to

LDO technical exams was I I ensign appointment under the LDO-warrant officer fields.

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"THANKS-for the ride," says 1
Lt. Phil Rogers. (RL) Weapons ,
Officer of Attack Squadron 44,
as he presents Fred Turner
PRS3 with center section of
the parachute that Turner
packed and Lt. Rogers used
when the latter ejected from JflXIflj4JJ8
his crippled A4D last Thurs-
day evening.


Planned Cut In '

Vol. 16 No. 23 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 4 September 1958
Medical Care


Upsetting, Navy : Servicewide Bills Kept


The planned cut in dependents v
medical care is upsetting 85th Congress BusyProbably

Navy brass, says Navy Times,
with officials of that service
deeply concerned over the the most notable deed the 85th Congress did

adverse effect it might haveon for the servicman was to raise his base pay, but as SpeakerSam

Navy morale. Rayburn said, this congress was_ the busiest in 45 years,

Defense Department, after and numerous service bills, many contradictory, were passedby

prodding by Congress, has warns r ,r' I this session of Congress. _

s ed the services that it will im- : \ To sum it up, this is what the
I age, but attacked. proficiency fly-
pose restrictions on the depend- 85th Congress did service-wise:
ents medicare program beginingOct 2 A+ It voted extra money for de-. ing.It
voted record raise to
1. limited a pay
pendent's schooling, but
T O PREPARE Sea. Service dependent medical care. It increased encourage men to make the
personnel on the forthcoming social security (which service a career, called it vitalto

reductions in benefits, the Sec- service people share) but attacked morale, but then complainedthat
retary of the Navy will soon retired pay. too many families were
issue a notice outlining Defense I going overseas with servicemenand
plans and what the Navy plans IT SAID there were too many cut out much of the troop

lo do to ease the blow. officers, but insisted on a big- housing and community facili-
The "free choice" principal ger Army, US M C, National ties that Defense wanted to
Guard and Reserve. It made record build.It .
under which the dependent patient ,
can choose either military I ,, expenditures for the space appropriated a billion dol-

or civilian physicians and facili- lars more for Defense than Ike
m.
ties is what will be .drastically ." asked, then said military build-
curtailed. BLOOD DONORS A recent call for blood to replenish VPVS741 ing plans were too lavish and
supplies in the Navy's account at the local Blood Bank was
On Oct. 1, new Medicare rules severely cut construction, money.
answered by.147 donors. All and their de-
military personnel
will require all eligible depend- pendents, donors represented .various squadrons and Station TRAIN HERE SPECIFICALLY here are some

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) units.Shown checking blood pressure of donor C. D. Smith. AN, Two-time trophy winner, other bills passed by the Con-
of O & R Department is nurse Helen Morlock.
Patrol Bomber Squadron 741, gress:
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Corps Proposes along with Submarine Squadron Housing: PL 364 (HR 1834)).

School Bells Clang Busesbegin 741, began annual two- Lowers downpayment rates for
$35 ; weeks training duty last weekat serviceman who buys homes
MonthlyIProl NARTU Jax. through FHA, increases Federal

Station National Mortgage Assn. money
I Daily Hops VP-741 is commanded by
Pay PlanThe allocated to buy Capehart mort-
Comdr. John Briggs, Assistant
extends GI
gages, loan programtwo
Marine Corps proposes to Jacksonville Coach Co. and Duval County School system Duval County Solicitor, while while allowing mort-
years
award proficiency pay of 35 dol- will provide transportation for school children from the VS-741 is led by former, Blue
gage interest rates to go up to
lars a month to 6,000 enlisted Naval Air Station area to public schools in this vicinity this Angel, Comdr. Frank Graham, 43/4 per cent and extends VA
Leathernecks next January un- school year. Madison, Fla., attorney.
direct loan program for vets in
der a program submitted to Sec- The first run of the Jax With the growing require- rural
areas.
retary of Defense for final School thence to the. same routeas
ap- Coach Co. buses departs NAS ment for anti-submarine de-
the first run. Travel Pay: PL 576 (HR-
proval. from the circle on Mustin Rd. at
fense, the training emphasisis
'7902)). Authorizes travel pay to
The plan, which would give 0740 and proceeds on Mustin Rd. Afternoon buses scheduled to on this phase for the local home of choice for dischargeeswho
pay hikes to 5,100 Marines in to Yorktown Ave., on Yorktownto start the return trips will leave reserve squadrons. in travel
delayed
were
critical skills and 900 cited for Child St., on Child to Al-
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) home because of hospitalization.is .
outstanding effectiveness, is aim- bemarle Ave., on Albemarle to
ed at improving the Corps-wide Hancock St., on Hancock to

reenlistment those MOSs rate where with manpower emphasison Yorktown Gate. and thence to Main i II VAH-1 Skipper 'Initiates Two Awards r I

shortages exist, Headquarterssaid.
Main
The bus departs the Gateat
.
0755 for St. Mathews School, Comdr. William D. Spiegel, award goes to John Willis, AMI, also in power plants, enteredthe
Amongs critical skills are cer- thence to corner Park St. and commanding officer of VAH-1, and airman of the month award Naval service Sept. 7, 1955,
tain MOSs in the technical, electronics McDuff Ave. for Lee High initiated two squadron awards was given Joseph Kennedy, and also received basic trainingin

aviation mechanical, sup- School, thence to corner of ParkSt. during i inspection ceremonies : ADJ3. San Diego.. Kennedy has
ply and combat fields. and Acosta St., for St. Paul's last week. 9 Willis entered Naval service served aboard the USS Forrestal.

The Corps plan for fiscal 1959is School. They are plane captain of the Oct. 27, 1951, and received basic Comdr. Spiegel also piped
the first of four phases of the The second run will leave month and airman of the training at San Diego. His pri- over the side, chief Lionel Morin.

proposed program and will effect NAS at the Circle on Mustin Rd. month. The awards are presented mary duty is in power plants Morin, retiring after after 20

a relatively small number at 0745 and will proceed along to men who have displayed and previous billets include NAS years, had primary duty in the

of qualified Marines. In future the same route as the first run. leadership and technical profi- Whiting Field, Milton, Fla., and power plant section of VAH-1.

years more skills and additional It will leave the Main Gate at ciency in their respective rates. ,NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I' He entered the Navy in May

ranks probably will be included. 0800 and proceed to Lakeshore This month's plane captain Kennedy, whose primary duty 1937.IT .



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! 2 NEWS 4 September 1 1I 1955 I
j Page .. JAX AIR I

I ...",. SixScouthig
VP-16 Fasron
) ,
I e HOBBY ANNEXIS
-I

I NA 1.cboDYIDe tJ OPENED.Tapecutting Squadrons

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .......?.............?.-......._.....*......,.,..... Commanding Officer
Comdr. Grayston II. Weber ..... ....... ........... .......... ....... .. Executive Officer ceremonies for I
NAB Six Fleet Air JackKWYllU An- ents of a "little Irishman !
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ............. .. .... .. ....... . ....... ...... Commander the NAS Jax Hobby Shop VAH-l Michael
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr. ..?.................. ....................... ...... '.. ..... Chief'"of St.atfl.FairJax nex were held Monday. Feasting and cordiality were Lawrence, born August 2.
Capt. Macpherson Williams ............................ Chief of Staff, NAB Six Attack
i Fleet Air WIng EltTtn housed in the keynotes of the Heavy Lt. (jg) Walter "Bud" Fisher
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh _........................................................................ Commander The Annex is 1 picnic held_ and his wife Norma
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ............... .................. ...,......? ................ Chief Staff Officer Building 503, NATTCenter, for Squadron also are
Naval Ali TchnlcBl Training Center 22 at New Kingsley the proud parents of
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ....._..*......................?........ .,,,,. Commanding Officer convenience of Center per- August a son,
Comdr.. Wilfred E. Fleshman .....NavH............lh.............?............. Executive Officer sonnel, and is expected to be Beach. Walter Neal, born August 16.

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ........??..... ............................ Commanding Officer called the NATTCenter Craft The recreational committee, Bright and shiny "railroadracks'

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ............?....,.........?........,.............. ......, Commanding Officer Shop.It headed by chief E. E. "Windy" are being worn by Lt
Comdr. William K. hardy .......................?...........................................? Executive Officer"NARTW Winborne made the affair one Art Willis, with his promotion
Printed will be open Wednesday, that will be long remembered.The retroactive to
commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville, Floridaat May.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-57 Thursday and Friday from afforded the men
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel 1730 to 2130 and Saturday, program The following men are being
of Fleet Air JackJoDvtlJe. Naval Air wide of ac-
; Station. Naval Air Technical Training and officers a range
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Sunday and holidays between swimming, welcomed as the newest mem-
Naval hospital tivities. There was
...... 1200 to 2100. bers of VP-16: Dwight Johnson,
Service Information Officer .... Comdr. Charles M. Thomas and plain re-
Assistant Service Information Officer ,..,,,,,,... ... Andrew H. Planer water skiing just ATRAA, from NATTCenter
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters ::::: Jack Holmes. PHI: Bill and laxing.
Weekes. JOSN. Dottle Johnson. Circulation-Distribution Mary Ann Kirchner, Model boats, planes Memphis, Jerry Lackey, ATRAA,
SN. Staff Photographer-Jerry Dalrymple, AN. trains will be featured along The chow consisted of hot dogs from NATTCenter, Memphis
The Jar Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. with cold beer. ;
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit U with leather crafts and oil I and baked beans, Michael Wayda, ATS, from Air
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo. painting. No sooner had the picnic ended
grcpna. Development Squadron One, Key
Editorial office located In Room 2tt, Main Administration Building. thane when everyone was talking West Florida Felix Robertson
extensions tlM. O4. HI er 21$. all-hands affair. ,
about the next. e A02, from NAS Corpus Christi,

Tex.; James Richardson, AN,
Six
Fasron from Fasron 107, Keflavik, Iceland -
Six held "all hands"party
Fasron an
; Clifford Branum, AN, from
at the Bluejackets Inn last
Fasron 107, Keflavik, and Louis
week. There was various typesof Antle Jr., AE3, from NAS Cecil
entertainment, including "The
SOTYHUMO&MDMHEBE Field.
Blue Notes" rock and roll band.
AMP'THESE Fasron Six would like to wel- The second detachment of
Brazilian officers and men is
come four new men. They are
There was a married couple Wat- reporting to Fleet Air Wing
Ellis Munsey, AOAA, Billy
and they were accompaniedevery son, ATRAN, Charles Creamer, 11 this week for training in the

place by the husbands AA, and Robert Turner, AA. P2V under guidance of VP-16.

best friend. The following officers'and men Patrol Squadron 16 is also acting -

One day the wife dies and will be missed greatly by the as host squadron for VP-742,

at the funeral the grief-stricken squadron, as they return to now on active duty for training -

bachelor carried on hysterically. R civilian life. at NAS Jax, under operational -

Finally the husband started to t: They are Lt. John Inman, Lt control of CFAW-11.

console him. (jg) William Malony and Charles -

"Take it easy, John, take it Fowler, SN.Congratulations. .

easy," he said, "I'll get married go to Terry

again." Burch, AMH3, Morris Whitford, .
.
'f"IT'S AQ1, and Neil Carter, SN, who
A stranded British actor, down have recently "shipped.

on his luck, went to a rather .

seedy restaurant_ .for a cheap ,. VP-16
___ _
meal and .n- ,
recognized the waiteras Patrol Squadron 16's All
COOL IN HERE" Might be the exclamation of
a colleague who had
played lands Homecoming Party is
little David Yazinka as he munches comfortably on vanilla wafer
with him in London. while being driven through NAS Jax Commissary Store on a scheduled Monday, September 8,

"Great Scott!" he gasped. "Are food-buying expedition with his mother Mrs. Rachel Yazinka. at the Blue Jackets Inn. The informal -
.
The Commissary Store is now air-conditioned which enables
party will last from 2000
you really a waiter In this
customers to enjoy cool temperatures on summer shopping
to 0100.
place? days.

"Yes," replied the other with Dancing will be to the musicof With TbeToastmasters

some dignity, "but I don't eat Jimmy Geiger and his Blue
Marines Plan
To
here." Study Notes, with Alberta Brotzman

doing the vocals.At .

A boy and a girl were out EM 2200 door and dance prizes Navy Civilian Toastmasters are

driving. They came to a quiet Change Structure will be awarded. Winners for looking to the next meeting two

spot on the country lane and the smoothest waltz, the foxiest weeks hence, Sept. 16 at Karl

the car stopped. A study of requirements for additional E-8 and E-9 billets foxtrot, and the hottest swing Helenthals, when the Nominat-

"Out of gas," the boy said.; I is being made in a plan to revamp the enlisted rank will win 10 dollar prizes. ing Committee will present its
structure of the Marine Corps. I nomination for a new slate of
The There will be
girl opened her purse,and plenty of food
pulled out a flask. Various proposals, ranging I and other refreshments. Three officers.
"WOW" exclaimed the from slight to complete change, lead in related fields will be re- dinners will be available to Nominations will also be made

"What is it." boy. have been made to revise pre- quired. choose from: turkey, baked ham, from the floor by members who

sent ranks and insignia, Marine The technical E-8 and E-9 pro- and roast beef, with the trimmings wish to do so.
"Gasoline, replied the girl. Corps announced. motions will be made by selec- Three' basic training speeches

ALTHOUGH THE ranks of tion boards in a manner similarto Sponsored by the Recreation featured Tuesday evening's pro-
first sergeant (E-8) and sergeant that used to with Emmett Glasgow ex-
Fleet Reserve Club name first serg- Fund with the support of the gram,
major (E-9)) have been established eants and sergeants major. Commanding Officer pounding on "The South, WhereDo
Comdr.
Facilities to identify Marines in these We Go From Here?;" Frank
AvailableMuch First selections are slated for Jackson Clark, and the Recrea-
positions as the top enlisted men, Roberts who told of "Let's Go
late spring 1959, the Marine tion Committee, the party com- ,
fun and gaiety can be, billets for others in the super- Fishing and Ivan Sanders who
had at the Fleet Reserve" Club grades will be allocated based on I Corps said. (AFPS!) liam mittee E.will Haynes be headed ADC by Wil- delivered, Part No. 2 of "New

(Branch 91) at 8554 Roosevelt needs of the service.Requirements leading Zealand.
chief. Committee
members
Blvd. and criteria for are:
George Flint, YN1 Evaluating individual speechesBen
; Henry Green, ,
these additional billets what
You can dance, play shuffle- are AB1; John McDaniel, A02; Ed Ballering, Lawton Green
will be determined in the cur-
board, bowl, play cards, listen to rent study. ward Sample, A E 2; Milburn and Ed Hoban. Walt Stanul

the juke box, watch TV or may Generally, qualifications for E- Voorhies, AK2; Nicholas Sabol, served as master evaluator.
AMH3, and Clarence Toastmaster for the eveningwas
be just sit and gab with your 8 advancement in any MOS will Stevens'
Junior Teske with Kenneth
shipmates. require ability to supervise du- AN.Lt. No.
ties within the entire occupa- C Hugh Gallagher and his Scales as lexicologist. Series
There are all kinds of snacksat tional field. wife, Judy, are the proud par- 5 in Parliamentary Procedureswas

the club including dill pickles, FOR E-9 promotions, ability to presided over by Andy

sausages, crackers, hot sandwiches California Native Son Planey.

potato chips and pretzels.If Heads AK GraduatesGary
Backward PREVENT FIRES William Brown Gets
you want a birthday party Beach, AKAN, of Palm-

ifor a member of 'the family, or GlancesDust ...keep matches dale, Calif., was honorman in AE (B) Honor MarkTop
away
last week's in last
an anniversary, the cl u b is Aviation Storekeeper honor recipient
from young children! School, Class A, graduation. week's Aviation Electrician Mate
available at no cost to the particles from files of the His
overall 10-week graduationwas
average of Class "B" School
branch or unit member. Jax Air News: IPAIKYSAYSi V88.99 put him at the head of a William Brown, AE1, of

Harvey Miller, club president, August 26 1943 DON'T GIVE class of 30 students. Huntington, W. Va.

urges all hands to come out and Rear Admiral Andrew C. Mc- & FIREA Beach, who has been in the Brown entered the Navy in
Fall assumed duties of Chief of Navy since June
1954, will go Jan. 1942 and has been transferred
themselves in
enjoy a friendly,
Naval Air Operational Trainingwith PLACE TO START to NAS Los Alamitos, Calif. San' Diego,
to VAW-11
,
congenial atmosphere. headquarters at NAS Jax.. 1. for duty. Calif.






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1 4 September 1958 TAX Am NEWS Page 3




F BuMed Reaches Milestone Of




ch 116 Years Service To NavyThis ,

I I
ler week marks the 116th
iread year of the Bureau of Medi- Bethesda, Md., installed the first Jor illness cases are refered to
nuclear reactor solely for medical the Hospital.
) the
f cine and Surgery, only

Navy Bureau still retainingits use.TODAY NAS dispensary, the facilitiesof

> original name as established HUMAN space travel which were built In 1941, has

Lt % I iia' by Congress in 1842. has entered the realm of medical handled approximately 26,000

ion : Throughout its almost 12 decades consideration. BuMed has pro- sick call visits during the past

of development, the Navy vided for coordination, operationand quarter at an average cost per

Medical Department has made development of programs in patient of $.71.
ng
astronautical medicine, including
numerous and remarkable
mon There units
are thirty-three
achievements in war and biological and human factors.
peace
and commands on the Naval Air
etA and has engaged itself in every, BuMed has contributed not Station dependent on the NAS

\ field of medicine. only to the benefit of the Navy i' Medical Department for Medical

ils; DURING THE war years, Bu- and Marine Corps, but to the support.

Vir Med was instrumental in reducing benefit of the nation as well.
The is divided into
:ey .S fatality figures. Antibiotics, Specialized fields i of medicine dispensary
various branches units and
1n, new anesthetics, preserved blood developed and furthered by the cen-
ters such the Aviation Medi-
, and its derivatives armored Navy and adopted for public use as
ti, ..... .... protective -
n'n .n. _____ .n' w_ cine Section, Industrial Medicine,
Ji clothing, surgeons in are tissue and bone bank pro-
,
DISPENSARY AID at NAS Jax DIs-
Hospital corpsmen Dependent Care, blood donor
combat areas as members of cedures for preserving arteries,
: combine efforts to with infected
pensary help a man an ear. center separation center and the
)em This Is just an example of the ceaseless endeavors of the Medi- trained surgical teams and rapid skin, cartilage and bone for future ,
Air Unit.
its cal Department to alleviate pain and sickness in the Navy and helicopter transportation of the use in surgery, prosthetic Naval Reserve Training

cil Marine Corps. From left are. Lonnie Welton HN, Dr. R. H. wounded have helped life sav- devises such as the plastic glove Personnel included in the NAS
Woody, (Ll-MC) and K. V. Matecki, HN. Receiving treatmentis ,
Douglas Elastic, AEAN. ing factors. for artificial hands, artificial dispensary staff are eight medi-

I limbs, and the acrylic eye. cals officers, one nurse, two
During i peacetime BuMed'srole
ofh Air Units Not Affected MSC officers Environmental
one
.
is fourfold: to support On this Station, BuMed playsan

rig Navy's operating forces; to extensive role in the com- Sanitation Hospital Corps Of-

het maintain a strong regular com- plex Jacksonville a v y estab- ficer and nine civil service em-

i, First Step Taken To Merge ponent within the service; to lishment medical setup m 0 r ethan ployees, which includes one CS
and industrial
nurse one hy-
t- train its regular corps and reserve the average person realizes.

Enlisted TAR Into members to an effective The Naval Hospital here, com- gienist.
'42-- RegularsA state of readiness; and to keep missioned July 5, 1941, has a NAS Medical has allowed the
abreast of technological advances dispensary five ambulances; two
1- complete general treatment, X-
shift rutting training and administration surface units made in medicine, science and ray and laboratory setup. Treat- three quarter-ton metropolitans,

of the Naval now on active duty into Regular Navysea disseminate such information for ments at the hospital come under one one-half ton ambulance and

and other general assignments will be effected in two benefit of all: two 4x4 field ambulances.
dental, lab, medical-surgical, dependents -
three months. Only surface units will be affected.The .
or BuMed has progressed a long radiology, ,nursery, Recently completed modernize

thousand merge TAR will billets open to several the i about 4000 enlisted TARs will way since establishment of the pharmacy, dermitology, orthopedics ation, maintenance and repair

Regular Navy generally. Officersare be shifted to USN status with- five Naval hospitals in the 1820s: neurophysciatry, urology, projects, slated to bring the dis-

not affected. out loss of rate. There will be (in Washington, D. C., 1821,, pediatrics, and E. E. N. & T. pensary up to par include cen-

Chelsea, Mass., 1823, Brooklyn,, tralizing the records and admini-
in individual'sstatus The includes
OVER THE NEXT five years, no change any staff 180 corps-
during his current enlist- N. Y., 1824, Philadelphia, Pa.,' men, 37 nurses, 34 doctors, four strative sections, X-ray and lab

ment. 1826, and Norfolk, Va., 1827),, allied science medical service officers section, conditioning the new X-

Up The For men with less than 15 Last year the Naval Hospital, National and nine administrative. ray area, and the refurnishingand
Naval Medical Center, relocating of the lab. Air
years active duty, enlistment in officers.
LADDER conditioning of the records sec-
grade for general assignmentin
The 750-bed hospital averages
tion has been completed.One .
USN will be offered at the
300 inpatients and 6535 outpatients -
With CiviliansPromoted end of current enlistment. Men Crew's DancesTo per month. The numberof of the most active branches -

in this category will have their hospital cases treated a monthare at NAS dispensary is Avia-

in Miscellaneouswere billets changed to USN billets Start AgainCrew's as follows: X-rays, 2,100; tion Physiology. This depart-

Lillian Hare, Clerk-Typist, when they retire. lab ment processes a heavy work-
dances
get underway exams, 8,700; prescriptions,
GS-3 Comptroller Dept. to Voucher load for entire
the Jacksonvillearea
Men on continuous active duty. again after a summer lay- 7,700; physicals, 500; immuniza-
Examiner (Typing), GS-4 since July 1, 1952, who have off, with the NAS Jax Band tions 800, and maternity, 83. including high altitude indoctrination -
Comptroller Dept.; Isabelle Glea- ; ejection seat check-
than 15 active
0 more years serv- providing music at a danceat
rlc son, Fiscal Accounting Clerk, will be the option of The Station is provided with outs and other physiological
ice reenlisting i King Hall (Building 563)
GS-4, Comptroller Dept. to two medical dispensaries, one at training for pilots of the NAB 6
I in either USN or USNR' Tuesday, Sept. 9, from 2000
NATTCenter and the other at
cts Supvr. Fiscal Accounting Clerk, and Caribbean
at the end of their current tour. : to 2300. area.

Gs-6, Comptroller Dept.; Albert I IF THEY CHOSE USN, they, Civilian clothes are author- Mainside.The In order to keep abreast of

Dowling, Addressing Machineand i will be shipped over in grade ized. Men will wear suit or NATTCenter dispensarytreats the present heavy training demands -

1e Graphotype Operator, GS-2 too. But they may remain USNR- sports coat (not informal all military personnel and of today's modern planes,

Comptroller Dept. to Warehouseman TARs until retirement, at which' jackets), and ladies may dependents attached to the Cen- plans are being processed to expand -

2nd Step Supply Dept.; time their billets will become come in dresses or skirts and ter which total roughly 3,000- this branch with an addi-
and Thomas Holt, Warehouseman 5,000 people. It is staffed\ with
s USN. blouses. tion to the plant to be used for
3rd Step Supply Dept.; to Refreshments will be served, two clinical medical officers, 25 night vision training.
In Fleet and shore establish-
& Air Conditioning
Refrigeration corpsmen and one MSC Officer.
and local girls will act as
Mechanic, 3rd Step Public Works ments, enlisted USNRs with more hostesses for stag guests. NAS has furnished the dispensary Another very important branchof
than 18 months on active duty Mainside dispensary is Indus-
Dept. with one ambulance.
Other crew's dances will be
k will be given the same optionof trial Medical which performs
Elizabeth Bates, appropriation following later in the season, NATTCenter's dispensary
. TARs with
.o shipping over as fuctions of selections, industrial
clerk GS-3 comptroller -
accounting with live music by name handles approximately 20,000
in.
less than 15 years hygiene, medical care and sep-
appropriation accounting -
to
0.v dept., bands. treatments All
. clerk GS-4 comptrollerdept Men with less than 18 monthsin outpatient yearly. aration for the 4755 civil service
examinations and
; and Margaret Clees, libra- now, or who have completed specialist maMIGHTY personnel of this station. 1MB

s ian GS-7'' Administration Dept., 12 months in after the instruc- %:' r. :, now operates a recently com-
tion begins will be permittedto s )ykQ pleted industrial medical dis-
n ,
Ian (administration) 9
to lib r a r .+!i i'+'x l 'riY.yt :{{>
GS-9 Administration Dept. ship over to USN in gradeif .:,.: ...Yy'i ) .:%, pensary in the new helicopter
they are in an open rate. A 'Y<::i: y!r. f..t:,{ ; :r George Loggins, warehouseman 'Jff,;: +-' 3$ lfa,4.r6j', .f46" f i' Yd ifY.
third step, Supply, to refrigeration However, if they are, not in an : : f ti.n..t /:t:1/Y is+... f..... : j.1< ';vi: ; NAS dispensary general fami-

h mechanic third step, open rate, or do not intend to go ly practive clinic is manned. by

Public Works; James Wilson, USN, they will be released to two physicians, a nurse and four

s guard GS-3, Security, to fire- inactive duty at the end of their Wave corpsmen, plus one sea-

y man first step, Public Works; obligated 'service. man striker.In .

Willis Penland, tabulating ma- TAR enlisted reservists in air
the past year, the clinic'sworkload
chine operator GS-1, O & R, to units will not be affected by the SS has increased markedly -

tabulating machine operator GS- new integration program, how- 's,", with all visits, including
3, Supply. ever. The program could be extended f41%' .... :i Ul 4r: routine and special (influenza

to the "Weekend War- ppp yffff.. w:w 4kVi
warehousemanthird
Willie Burris, 4: ,5. :riY s'y.YlN64'; ', and polio) immunization pro-
t riors" but such action is not in ( : "k
step, Supply, to packer grams, exceeding 3,000 visits i

third step, O & R; Betty Ben- the plans. monthly.An .

z f nett, appropriation accountingclerk active blood donor
Marine Corps CommandantGen. pro-
GS-3, Comptroller, to ap-
accounting clerk GS4 Randolph McC. Pate has gram, established and operatingin

'1 propriation Freda Mills, announced that Col. Julia E. -..-... conjunction with the Jack-
Comptroller: ;
clerk 'GS-3, Hamblet, Director of the Women WARRIOR -:- A Navy A3D "Skywarrior" come sonville Blood Bank, has been
property accounting Marines since May 1, 1953, ,will in for a landing somewhere in the Pacific. The most powerful coordinated by NAS Jax Medical -
Comptroller, to property accounts aircraft designed for carrier operations, the A3D could take
un'tilMay Officer in the Jacksonville'area
supervisor, GS-5, Comp- remain in her present post off vertically if it stood on its tail, and it will carry nuclear
troller. 1, 1959. weapons. and nearby stations.



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I Personnel Eligible For Freedoms Awards




Like to win $1,000 to Freedpms Foundation, Valley paper, one side only, and may If you're top winner for your

Forge, Pa., prior to Nov. 1. be typed or written in longhand. service, Freedoms Foundationwill
If so, Freedoms Foundation at invite you to Valley Forge,
Valley Forge is sponsoring another Make sure you enclose Inform- $1,000 goes to the winner of Pa., for presentation ceremonieson

contest to bring about an ation about yourself, such as: first prize. Second prize is $500. George Washington's Birth- This series outlines state-by-
I of the branch of service and where
increased understanding THE FOLLOWING 50 prizesare day, Feb. 22, 1959. state information on' how serv-

American way of life. stationed.NO $100 each and the next 50 MORE information is avail icemen may obtain absentee bal-

WRITE 100-500 words on the FORM or blank is required prizes are $50 each. In addition, able in BuPersNote 1560 of I Aug. lots and also how their wives

subject, "My Part in Winning to fill out. The letter a George Washington Medal goes 7, 1958, and also by contactingyour may obtain absentee ballots in

Friends for Freedom," and mail should be written on plain-white with each prize. I & E Office. states where applicable.For .

... further information, see
"-----------------
r' :. S USS Essex Still voting officer.
your
Purple Heart ;$;\ ;'u ,/ s-'l l' CS *

....' 1:5 INDIA.NAServicemen
I. I" : : Proud After 16 may obtain an absentee -

Grant GivenVets' S. S _ _ ballot by mailing a Fed-

SS I IL Ii Birthday Parties eral Post .Application to clerkof

GroupCongress the circuit court, county of
With US Sixth Fleet-Slicing

has passed, and sent through blue waters of the Med- residence.Wives of servicemen should

House bill that -----i; iterranean in the ground swells
to the White a request an absentee ballot by
Congressional Charterto off the Lebanese coast, is a
grants a writing for an "Application for
old lady, as warships go,
the Military Order. of the very Absent Voter's Ballot." This request -
membersof
who is giving younger
Purple Heart. 'should be sent to clerk of
St the Sixth Fleet something to
Under provisions of the bill ; ; your circuit court.
: live to.
all past, present and future serv- up All ballots must be marked and

icemen are eligible to become !H. USS Essex, dubbed "TheFightin'est returned to designated official
Ship in the Fleet,
members of the Order if they not later than 1800 election day.KANSAS .
merit the decoration. from WWII days, is continuingher e 0
career in action during the
Introduced by Rep. Olin E.
Middle East crisis as she markedher
Teague (Dem., Texas), 'the bill 16th birthday recently. Servicemen and their wives
outlines objectives of the new 4'5 may obtain absentee ballots by
S Sixteen birthdays for a war-
corporation as educational, fraternal mailing a Federal Post Card
ship, in this of rapid tech-
age
historical and patriotic in Application to the Secretary of
1r noligical advances, make up
Marked ballots
nature. State, Topeka.
quite a few candles.'but the 889-
The bill names 128 charter .. must be received by officials be-
""""'> '" tAm SSS'"& :.t:': foot.staid and dignified old Essexis
members, including Gen. DouglasA. ON BIG CITY TOUR Members of NARTU Jax-based still' catapulting planes from fore 1300 on day before election

MacArthur, Gen. William A. Naval Air. Reserve Squadron CV Fasron 741 are shown enJoying her flight deck with aplomb and day.
Donovan, Gen. James A. Van the sights from roof of the International Building, S SO
Fleet, Adm. John M. Hoskins, Rockefeller Center, New York City. The unit has been deployed dispatch.The MISSOURIServicemen
to .Floyd Bennett Field for its annual two weeks training carrier was launched in for
Gen., Melvin J. Maas, Gen. Pat- may apply an
cruise.Food. 1942 from Newport News, Va.,
rick J. Hurley and Adm. John F. "Official War Ballot" by mailing
first of a long line of Essex-I
Federal Card
Ford. a Post Applicationto
Handlers class carriers that followed in clerk of the county court or
Charter members were author- Training
WWII. She's home-based at May- board of election commissioners,
ized under provisions of the bill port.
county of residence. Aparent,
to complete organization of the Squadrons currently aboard spouse or next of kin may also

corporation by selecting officers Sessions Slated HereA the Essex include several from request an "Official War Ballot"be
consti-
and employees; adepting
I the Jax area. They are VF-62, sent you.
and other
and
necessary tution functions.The by-laws. Food Service Training Program is scheduled at the VF-11, VFP-62 and VA-lOS, all Wives of, servicemen may
I of Cecil Field and VAH-7 of apply for absentee ballot by
NAS Jax Theatre, Building 612, Sept. 161718. I
Purple Heart decoration is Program directors will includeCapt. I Sanford.In written request to clerk of the ,
the oldest in the Armed Forces.It the weekly I Bacteriological
James E. Fulghum, Senior county court of board of election
was founded by Gen. George Medical Officer, NAS Jax Dis- examination of the milk and a small town people will officials, county of residence.

Washington on Aug. 7, 1782, and water supply, and seeing to it sympathize with you in trouble
pensary, and CWO Opal Syl- Marked ballots must be received -
is awarded to Armed Forces that swimming pools remain -and if haven't trouble
vester, Sanitation Officer, also of you any by officials no later than
fighting for wounds received safe. they'll hunt for
men some up you.
the Dispensary. 1800 on the day following election
during combat against an
SESSIONS WILL be held from day.
armed enemy of the US. (AFPS)
C *
0830 to 1130 and 1300 to 1600,

and registration begins at 0800 MICHIGANServicemen

I and 1220 each day.It may register and
DIAPER apply for an absentee ballot by
that atten-
was emphasized 'i "4
1 dance at one session of each ; sending a Federal Post Card Ap-
-_
plication to their clerk
DOINGSThe part is required for Food Sanitation t, county
or election commission.
Training Certificates. This C, '
new arrivals at the Naval special training program will be : Applications will be acceptedas

Hospital last week were evenly attended by both military and : early as 75 days before an

matched with seven boys and civilian food service workers. s- election, Ballots must be in the

..seven girls checking in. } .4: 4S hands of election officials no
The program will consist of
They were: Daughter, Mary films and demonstrations of the later than 2 pm on the Satur-

Catherine, to Sgt. and Mrs. Wil- modern concepts of food hand- : day before an election.

liam Forsythe, born Aug. 15; ling and serving.It S *

girl, Leisa Jo, to Charles Dick, NEBRASKAWhen
will also emphasize the ever
AEC, and Mrs. Dick; boy, James constant vigilance that must be applying for an absen-
Francis, to Lcdr. and Mrs. Raymond tee ballot, servicemen wishingto
maintained to keep personnel
Dooley; boy, Walter Neal, healthy at all times.IT register should indicate in
to Lt (jg) and Mrs. Walter Fisher the margin of a Federal Post

girl, to A3C Donald and Mrs. WILL SHOW how, through Card Application that desire
; they -
diseases _ _ :_
carelessness are spread
'? ''
Folsom, and boy, Peter JosephJr. registration forms also.

., to Peter Kelley, AE2, and through food to personnel.The S
Mrs. Kelley, all borri Aug. j6.} Disease Vector Control Return the ballot to your coun-
ty clerk in time to be receivedby

Girl, Janet Marie, to Clarence Center will show how insects ___________ election officials before noon
Gordon, AC1, and Mrs. Gordon, and rodents not only spread k of the 10th day before an elec-

Aug. 17; girl, Deborah Lynn, to disease, but how many millionsof AJiTEMBi 193k tion in cities of 7,000 to 40,000

Charles Von Speckelson, AMC, dollars are destroyed annuallyby : f d population; before 5 pm on the

and Mrs. Speckelson; boy, David these vermin. 2t3 b 6 SI second Friday before an elec-

Lewis, to M/Sgt. and Mrs. Wil- Perhaps you have noticed the ; 5 tion in Douglas and Lancaster

liam Swift; boy, Michael Wayne, Sanitation team inspecting various S 'v Counties (AFPS)

I to John Chnupa, AD2, and Mrs. food establishments on the

I Chnupa, and girl, Diana Ann, to Station. Remember these men

\ Leroy Surgener, SN, ,and Mrs. are keeping a watchful eye on : Quickie

Surgener, all Aug. 18. the' chance that something may Quiz

be and seeing to it thatit ,
wrong
Boy, Robert Brian, to John ( 1. The world's
gets corrected so we can all largest sub
Elkiris, HN, and Mrs. Elkins, 18 marine
now under
enjoy eating at our Exchangesand .. constructionIs
'
''.X
Aug. 20; baby boy, to James MiMiaKhMiiKiiMt 'J fl MH BH BI H
messhalls in complete con- : (A) Sea Wolf, (B) Skate,
Gibson, AOl, and Mrs. Gibson, CALENDAR GAL Saundra Edwards, a Hollywood starlet (C) Triton.
fidence. making her screen debut in "The Naked and the
and girl, Cheryl Ann, to Donald Dead"proves
I 2.
as lovely "September Song. The world's surface is
Her little more
Wilkerson, CS3, and Mrs. Wilk- i Among other tasks performed too big for the editor' but picture was a than (A 50
makeup we managed to fit it in I ) % water, (B) 60%
is
erson. i by the Sanitation department anyway. water, (C) 70% water.



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September 1958
JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



Flier Squad Swim LosesTo Young Water Skier




p:;..
Beaches Fine National ShowingLittle

s '
Jax Navy downed Green Cove j I

Springs, 46-10, In a swimming Little blond, freckle-faced Kathy Vogel, 11, daughter of

exhibition, Sept. 1 after having T AvFund instructor, M/Sgt. L. G. Vogel, recently copped

recently lost to Greater Beaches, honors in the Southeastern Regional and National Water-

49 to 32.Chuck. Skiing Contests..

Willis, Ed Valente and In the Southeastern Regional,! Richard Pope, owner of Cypress
Talbert the held in Lakeland, Fla., Aug. 1-3,
were
Peter big gunsin Gardens, had color and black
the Green Cove Springs con- 'jUathy not only finished first in and white motion pictures takenof

test, scoring 15, 11 and 10& the Optimist Division slalom, but Kathy in action to be used as
respectively. first in mixed doubles and thirdin
points nation-wide TV and movie
tricks. Contestants from ten
TALBERT garnered his pointsby shorts.
states entered the tournament.HER .
taking first In the 60 yd. but- ,
terfly, (::40); second in the 60 yd. FEATS in the Regional

[ backstroke, and contributing to : enabled Kathy to compete as the fQ 1id
entrant in field of
the victory of the Jax Navy youngest a

medley relay team with Willis 151 at the National, Aug. 2325at
Ida Casson Callaway Gardens 1. In baseball, what does it
Talbert, Valente and Rick Jed-
mean when a pitcher throws a
licki. Jim Rice earned second in in Pine Mountain County, Ga.
gopher ball?
[ the 60 yd. butterfly. Kathy and her partner, Re-
t 2. In the history of horse racing
Other points gathered in by serve Coast Guardsman Ted how many jockeys have won

I Willis were in the 120 yd. free- Il Meyhew, finished second in the more than 4,000 races?

style ((1:15): and the 60 yd.back- : National mixed doubles. They 3. If a wrestler got a full

stroke, both in which he earned competed against three former nelson on his opponent.-would

firsts. He was also a member ofIthe mixed doubles title holders, including he be him behind
I ------- .r 'i! 6: ; ;';;;:' 'jj: J facing or
j winning Jax Navy freestyle LITTLE CHAMPION-Eleven-year-old Kathy Vogel stands last year's championship him?

I team with Jedlicki, Valente behind an array of trophies she won locally, regionally and couple.IN 4. Would it be possible for a
nationally in recent water skiing erents. The last
Lenz. the Regional slalom and mixed doubles Optimist young Division won THE past two years, Kathy sportsman to take a canoe from

divers put on an exhibi- championship at Lakeland last month, then went on to earn has won 21 local, regional and Chicago and paddle his way to
diving event with Roy Dan- second place in the National Mixed Doubles Tourney In national water-skiing trophies. New Orleans?
and Jedlicki diving orthodoxand Georgia. She's the daughter of M/Sgt. and Mrs. L. G. Vogel. 5. Once a year the football
Vogel is an instructor at AvFund School at NATTCenter. Over the Labor Day weekend,
| Gene Robeson clown diving. team from the Gopher State
Fall Intramural meets the team from the Badger
WILLIS WAS
top man in first \ '. '
ual meet with Greater Beaches, State. Name the teams.

inning the 100 yd. backstroke Sports Begin In LM4t.; : ; .4 lR 'Z+ Answers to Sports Quiz
N;
((1:07.5),400: yd. freestyle x 0 *(lla5plg) tqsuoasryt :

1(5:21.1) and 200 yd. freestyle Mainside LoopsIntramural t[1 ; \ it .ltM- (;.l.Iaqdo) IJONUUJW''g
.
(223.4: He was top scorer in (': WSARMY: :' 'IUIeIIO Ia\IN 01 zaAlg! lddlsals

[he meet with 15 points. fall bowling and ; :;'f,:' .:: .: i >.: .. 8ql tiMOp uaqj ':At1I sloe

Other scorers for NAS Jax touch football at Mainside got I1II 8qJ ; 6ltPN easpraso :(e'I wolf

ere: Jerry Walden, new man underway this week with VP-18 : jo I U 11.W JLq 'sax 't

[from NATTC, second in diving and VP-16 defending titles in DOMINATES 'tUtti PUtqlS 'C'lp.l'lqll

nd third in 50 yd. freestyle; the respective sports.

orman Biddit, second in 100 yd. The fireworks started Tues- uopioo ITS put uepfiuoi JUnrqof

reaststroke and third in 100 yd. day in bowling with VW-4 "D" TOP GOLF MEETWith 'onaiY !PP3-,autI *IUQ *Z

utterfly;' Jack Parks, from vs. VW-4 "B" and VA-44 "A"vs. qortd ism jjo

ental, third in 100 yd. free- 679th "B." The initial con- 1957 Walker Cupper Mason Rudolph stroking his utU ewoq v irjH lenvq R1 'I

tyle and fourth in the 50 yd. tests in touch football saw Ma- way to the individual championship, the Army went on to

freestyle; Talbert, fourth in 100 rine Barracks vs. VP-18 and completely dominate the Interservice Golf Championshipslast

d. backstroke and fourth in 100d. VA-176 vs. Operations.In week at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.It Center, Pigskin
butterfly Robeson third in kegling competition, the
; ,
all Rudolphwon
Army as
iving. largest number of teams'ever to was Lcdr. Jim Kinder, former All- League ReadyFirst ,
the individual banner and
The 200 start in a Mainside athletic Navy titleholder, ended in a tie game of the NATT-
yd. freestyle relay the soldier squad successfully
league, 36, will be divided' into for 15th bracket with Dick Buryof Center intramural football
of
earn Biddit Talbert, Parks, defended the team title.
two loops, American and National Creek Va. while Mur-
nd Walden I Little season is scheduled to be
he 200 placed first ((1:52.4)). with the winner of each slatedto A L L.MARINE champion, Ed rell Schuller of VR-P, Moffett played Monday, Sept. 15, at
yd. medley relay team Ross of Camp Lejeune, N. C.,
f playoff sometime in early Field, Calif., was 20th with a 314 1630.
Willis
Biddit Talbert and
,
seventh
December. could manage only a
effort. Final plans for season's
alente, finished second. Fourteen teams are signed up place finish with 297 to finish THE CLOSEST the Sea Serv- play were made at a meetingof

The team is still in needf for touch gridiron play with the higher than any other Sea Serv- ices could come to breaking into school athletic representatives -

swimmers to round out 91 game schedule slated to end ice golfer in Open play. the win column was CWO Walt and Al Sabo, athletic

Mie squad. Anyone interested Nov. 4 with a playoff for the All-Navy champion, Ensign Axcell's third-place in Seniors director, last Thursday.The .
hould attend one of the practices Mainside crown. Rudy Boyd of NABTC: Pensa- competition.A league will play two-

[ ,at 1600 in the outdoor pool Complete first week schedulesin cola, ended with a 301 for 11th x c e 11, All-Navy S e ni o r s hand touch football, with

ehind Bldg. 3, or see chief both bowling and touch foot- place. Gene Witzel, All-Navy champion, had a 305, four strokes games every Monday and

ommers. ball can be found elsewhere on runner-up of MineLant, Charleston behind winner Col. Jerome Aert- Wednesday. Anyone interestedin

this page. S. C., was 14th with 305. geerts of the Air Force. playing who has not already -

CWO Anthony Grego of Green done s6, should con-

IM SPORTS Cove Springs tied CWO Hal tact his school's athletic re-

Doherty of the USS Bryce Can- presenetative.
4
DOCKETTouch j4V { yon for sixth place in the Sen-

:
: :
? iorsRUDOLPH
who succeeds the
Football intramural vs. VarsityNAS
Air Force's Hillman Robbins in
Sept. 4 VAH-1 vs. Fasron 109. Stadium -
; NARTU vs. VA-44. Mustin the champion's throne room, had Jax varsity athletic team
ept. 5 __ VF-173 vs. Fwron Six Stadium rounds of 73706671.The members are eligible for Main-
, : VU-10 vs. VP-18. Mustin.
>ept. 8 679th vs. Operations Stadium Army team compiled a side intramural competition but

.*pt. 9; -VAH-1 Fasron vs.Six VW-4 vs. VA-44.Mustin.Sta score of 1153, while the Air if they enter both varsity and

in.Sept.alum. ;i VF-173 vs. Fasron 109. Must Force, with 1170, took second. intramural, they will be able to

10 NARTU vs. .VP18. Stadium. I The Marines had 1217 with the win Ironman Trophy points only
VU-lo vs. Marine Ba*.. Mustin.
(ALL GAMES START AT 1600)Bowling ) Navy's 1218 taking up the rear. for intramural play
a a Although Rudolph captured Golf teams not having enough

Interservice[ laurels he did not players may draw from the hat

'ept. 4 (1700 VA-44 'B' vs. FAW11 win the All-Army champion- from the player's pool at the
; Marines FAETU 'A NARTU
'B' Vs. FAETU vs. 'C.' ; ship. That honor was copped by Golf Shack the number of

'C ((1930) VW-4 'A' vs.' VW-4 SP4 Orville Moody. 1st. Lt. Hill- players needed to complete the
; VAH-1 vs. FAETU 'B; Communications -
, vs. NARTU "A/ man Robbins defending Inter- roster.
>ent. 'A' vs.
8 Dental
((1700)
679th 'A' Special Serv. vs. VP-16; service champion, recaptured his .
VAP-62 'U' vs. ComFair Jax 'B.' All-Air Force title. A mild little man walked into
(1930) VP-18 vs. 879thB
; :' Waves vs ComFair 'A;' Dental'Bj the local internal revenue office -

L vs. VW-4 'C. _. ., ......_,, __
eDt. 9 ((1700)) Fasron Six 'A' vs. :" ,, foJff& -s. A woman was suing the owner took a seat, and beamed
Hospital; VA-44 'B' vs. VW-4 'B;' CALL IT A HALT With the long sottbail season over of a four-family flat. When the on everyone in sight.
Marines vs. VW-4 'D. Jax Crackerjax diamondeers have
((1930) VAP-62 'A' vs. for another years about Nary the owner took the witness stand, "What can we do for you?"
taken to reminiscing just completed season. Aiding
VW-4 SupPly -
'A Fasron Six 'B' vs.
; ;- I greatly in the Crackerjax' fine showing in City League the; attorney began: asked the collector.
eot. 10 (1700)Operations. 'B' 'vs.FAWI1 this infield trio composed of Mary Ann Sooy, three "
FAETU play was "What is your occupation? "Nothing, thank you, replied
'C1
: FAETU vs.
Johnson and Rita Greek. and Greck,
Dental 'A' vs. Disbursingi year star, Carolyn Sooy "I," announced the owner, "am the .man. "I just wanted to meet
with Jax have been
(1930) Communications first year players Navy, transferred and
| Dlsburiln*; NARTU 'A' vs. FAE- are lost to the locals for future diamond campaigns. a flat head." the people I work for."
|TU 'B;' VP-18 vs. VA-44 'A.



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Santa Opens School Bells

(Continued from Page 1))

St. Paul's School pickup pointat
Doors To NX 1455 and proceed to St.

Mathews School where it will
.. leave at 1515. This bus will deliver -

Toy Palace( "'} ,, {x {ot' 9k r rau'4+ i >. .. M oY KM L the first crop of childrento

Ortega Hills area and will re-

N a v y Exchange Toyland, turn immediately to NAS, following -
(Building 554)) opened Tues- generally the same routeas
day at 1000 with Santa Claus used in the morning, for de-

himself cutting the official livery of children.

ribbon, and talking to little Other buses will leave St.
folk about their Christmas Mathew's School at 1505 and

gift lists.Parents. Lakeshore High at 1525 and pro-

and children alike ceed directly to NAS.

were excited at the huge displayof Pupils attending Bishop Ken-
toys for this season. ny High School will need to ride
the regular Jax Coach Co. bus
THE BOYS ran for the gun
departing NAS at 0715, and
display and immediately asked
transfer to Jax Coach Co. busesat
Santa for a Paladin or Wyatt
,Acosta and Post Streets for
,
Earp set for Christmas, while '
Bishop Kenny.
little girls gazed with pure de-
Duval County School Route 75
light at the beautiful dolls.
STRAIGHT FROM NORTH POLE This Is a cross-sec- buses departs the Circle on
One Mother was heard to say, lion of the aisles upon aisles of new toys put on display this Mustin Rd. at 0715 and will pro-
"Wish Santa had beautiful dolls mmmiJFor 'week when the Navy Exchange Toyland opened in Building ceed Mustin to Yorktown to the
like that twenty years ago." The 554. Toyland was officially opened last Tuesday with Santa Main Gate, thence to Venetia
dolls come in all sizes and Claus on hand to open the doors to scores of wide-eyed young
Rent sters already laden with Christmas lists. The popular spot will School via Roosevelt Blvd. and
shapes, some with washable hair, 2 & 3-Rm Furn. Apts. 3551 be open week days from 1000 to 1800 and Saturdays from 0900to Timuquana Rd.
hose and high heels. Thomas St. (near Seaboard 1200 until December when' it will remain open evenings. Bus returns immediately from

Toyland will be open Monday Shops) $12-14 Wk. Williams. Venetia School to NAS circles

through Friday from 1000 to 1-Bdrm. Furn Apt. (on the Classified through housing area just inside -
1800 and 0900 to 1200 on Satur- river). $67.50 Mo. CO 4-8792. DowngradingProtection Main Gate, via Child St.and
days. It's anticipated that start Cornelius. 3859 Malaga Ave. proceeds immediately to Venetia
ing the first week in December, (O.P.) School.
Bill
Toyland will also be open dur- Rm. Hse-kpng priv. 3338 PassedA After unloading children for

ing evening hours. Randall. EV 4-4678. Mehlman Venetia School, this bus con-
bill giving added protection against salary cuts to
ON HAND during the openingto (Payroll Brnch Bldg. 110.) the Government's classified employees whose jobs are down- tinues immediately to Lee High
Santa Comdr. John 2-Bdrms. Near Bus & N AS'
help were School via Roosevelt Blvd., Or-
graded has been approved by Congress and sent to the
Whitener and Comdr. 3602 Oak. EV 9-5354. John-
Henry Rte. White House. tega Blvd., Hershel St., Edge-
Skipper, Exchange Officer. Bon. wood Ave., Remington St. and
For Sale The measure, as reported in
The Navy Exchange Toylandis approved a new measure speci- McDuff Ave.
3-Bdrm Hse. 5019 HomecrestCir. Federal Employees' News Digest -
a service to the military per- fically providing protection even Bus departs Lee High Schoolat
GI equity. (Ortega Hill) is expected to receive approval -
sonnel and dependents. Santa'shelpers
if the job's duties are materially 1030 and returns to NAS, pro-
the President.
qf
at Toyland want to remind EV 4-3577. and
or even completely changed. ceeding via Yorktown Ave.
2-Bdrm Trailer. RA 5-2417. THE BILL would protect
everyone that identification -
Mustin Rd. to the Circle. After
is needed when purchasingtoys Neeld. downgraded employees against loading at the Circle, bus pro-
and also that they will hide salary cuts for two years aftera SUPER CHIEFINSIGNIA ceeds directly back to Lee High
selections until December downgrading occurs.
your PlannedContinued School the same route as in
Purpose of the bill is to give OK'D preceding, except it omits Vene-
( from Page 1)) the employees a chance duringthe
tia School on this trip.
23.Seven SecNav has approved insignia -
I I : two-year respite to find.
Officers ents living with their sponsors for wear by personnelin In the afternoon, four school-
designated another job at the higher grade.
must clear with appropriate -
ri scheduled.
pay grades E-8 (senior to-NAS t p s are
uniformed service au- Otherwise, the salary will be chief petty officer) and E-9 Generally these will follow the

Complete Active thorities to obtain permissionfor snipped commensurate with the (master chief petty officer). same routes as for the morning

civilian care.DEPENDENTS. lower grade after two years. E-8s will wear a badge with trips. The first two return trips

i Duly At VAH-1 who do not re- THE TWO-YEAR pay cut pro- one star above the eagle's will be from Venetia School;
side with their sponsors will not tection would apply even if the head. E-9 personnel will havea the third and fourth return trips
Heavy Attack Squadron One be required to obtain authority job's duties had been materiallyor I rating badge consisting of Will be from Lee High School.

said farewell last month to seven other than their identificationtards. even completely changed.At the present chief's badge with The Duval County Rt. 81 buses

of its officers who completedtheir present, there is a law two stars arranged horizon- leave Dewey Park at 0730 at the

active duty tours. The free choice provision was designed to offer such salary tally above the eagle's wings. regular loading place on 120thSt.

Officers departed are Lt (jg)s especially popular with expectant reduction protection in case of i and proceed to J. N. C.

Jacob Orensky, Richard Lagdon, mothers. Surveys showed downgrading. But a Controller Stockton School via Roosevelt

Carl Isakson, John Hoffer, John that women prefer one physician.To General decision that such The Philippine Republic gain- Blvd., Verona Ave., Queen Lane,

Whritenor, Max Crohn Jr., and overcome this feeling, Bu- salary cut protection does not ed its independence from the Avalon Ave., and Carlisle Ave.

John Espenshade. reau of Medicine and Surgeryhas apply if the job's duties were US in 1941 on the same day of The bus returns immediatelyto

While with VAH-1, Lt (jg) informed the Secretary of materially altered renders the the month that the US declaredits Dewey Park, loads again at

Orensky was Assistant Training the Navy it will instruct its doc- law virtually useless. independence from Great the same place, and makes a

Officer. He plans to further his tors to give more "personalized That's why Congress this year Britain in 1776-July 4. second trip via the same route to

education by working on a service" to dependent patients. _u __ ____ J. N. C. Stockton School.

Master's Degree' in Engineeringat While BuMed won't guaranteethat This bus immediately makes a

CCNY. each expectant mother will k third trip to Dewey Park and
Lt (jg) Lagdon, the Legal Of- be treated by one physician I "q ( CUOiJJ; after loading up there proceedsto
ficer, will return to his home in ), cMEER
throughout her entire pregnancy, O Lakeshore School via Roose-
Portland, Me. Lt (jg) Isakson the Bureau will make sure thata $J18 velt Blvd., Cambridge Rd. and
plans to head to San Francisco doctor familiar with her case Bayview Rd.

after being the Squadron's Com- will deliver the baby. In the afternoon, children are
.
munciations and Navigation Of- ,,, The two main causes of
ficer. fires on this Station are returned to Dewey Park in the
Marines To Land At A men and women. same order as picked up in the
Lt (jg) Hoffer, VAH-1 Ordnance morning.Rt. .
Officer, will seek a Law Yuma Air Force BaseThe -1 They're terribly careless
45 Dewey Park childrenfor
with
Degree at Notre Dame Univ. Lt Vincent AFB at Yuma, lighted cigarettes in
will
Wesconnett School 116
(jg) Whritenor, the Assistant Ariz., will be transferred to the / particular.In be picked up at the regular

Maintenance Officer, plans to go Navy Dept, Jan. 1, 1959, and J In the last two months, loading zone on 120th St. in

to work in New Jersey. will be redesignated Marine your fire i department re- Dewey Park at the same time
Lt ( Crohn will to be Corps Auxiliary Air Station, sponded to over 50 calls. ,
i jg) study ; Glad they were picked up last year on
Yuma. found the fires
you
a barrister at the Georgetown I Roosevelt Blvd., and will trans-
and called while
us they
Yuma is intended to replacethe
port them to the school. A return -
School of Law in Washington, ill small.
were *|
MCAS at Mojave Calif.,
trip will be made in the
D. C., while Lt (jg) Espenshade, scheduled. for inactivation on Can't you help us pre- afternoon at the same time as

who was Power Plants Officer, Jan. 1.Then. vent them? last year.

goes to Lackawanna, N. Y. \ Of these 50 calls, two ,

A wooden plaque was presented there's the fellow who were mattress covers, one There was a young girl named

each departing officer by reduced to a fine art the abliityto auto seat, one stuffed chair, Irene
outfumble everybody for the one large cardboard box in Who was chosen as stock exchange -
Comdr. William i D.
Spiegel
check. You have to hand it to warehouse, one burned mop queen
V AU-! commanding oficcr. him. and one set of clothes in F.or, as duly reported,

rear of automobile, all She was successfully courtedBy
Daffynishuns: Children unreasonable Answers to Quickie Quiz ,% caused by someone careless Merrill, Lynch, Pierce,

facsimiles. 1. Triton. 2. 70%. with a cigarette. I iFenner and . Smith.