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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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(ommunity Chest-United fund Kickoff Monday



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I' J11 X 'HIJ'S.. $66,420For DriveA ,




....-'r'" Kickoff Rally slated for

Vol. 16 No. 27 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 2 October 1958 1400 Monday at -King Hall

..y-.......,.... .. ,''''".''. ... ..... ",..... will launch the 198 Community
: : ;.:.;*,.. :. Chest-United Fund

Top British f ,.l ., Drive to be conducted among
Navy activities in the Duval

.'* County area. -
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The Navy activities will be
Official In _ _ \ \ k '
shooting for an established goalof

$66,420 which is eight percent

Visit HereG above the goal for last year.
ALL HANDS have been invited -
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Britain's Defense \ \ .k .Si.. ft. to be on hand for Mon-
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t ':
Minister, Sir Duncan Sandys, day's big kickoff, which will be

stepped off a Super Constel- of particular interest to unit

lation at 1113 last Thursdayand chairmen and some 800 keymen.

with hat and cane in Included on the kickoff pro-
hand NAS gram will be keynote addressesby
was greeted by
Jax. tT-- Rear Admiral Wendell G.

Sandys (pronounced Sands) Switzer, t Commander, Fleet Air
and his party arrived from \ \ \ # f c Iw \ Jacksonville; Capt. Elliott W.

Washington where they had $ J Parish Jr., NAS Jax command

three days of conferences with iC t .. ing officer; commanding officersof
top defense officials. While the participating commands, and
'
Defense Minister's party toured 1b3 > / representatives of the Community -

NAS Jax, Cecil Field and Chest-United Fund. The
May-
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Jax Navy band will provide
port Naval Auxiliary Air Sta- mOHO 0 .__. oo.._'.._.........._ __ _. __ oo- o music for the occasion.A .
tion
Sandys visited some old INSPECTION ARMS! Great Britain's Defense Minister, Duncan Sandys, inspects NAS
friends in the city, Mr. and Mrs. Jax Marine Honor Guard upon his arrival at the Station last Thursday. The British dignitary new procedure for solicita-
Fontaine LeMaistre.AS accompanied by his official party, visited the Station for one day while enroute to the Missile tions will be inaugurated for this
THE distinguished official Test Center at Cape Canaveral. Sandys, prior to his visit here, spent a few days in Washingtonfor year's drive. The President's
talks with top US defense officials. Among the many to welcome the British party here were Committee on FundRaisingWithin
slowly descended the gangway, Rear Admiral Wendell G. Switzer, Commander, Fleet Air Jax and Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.,
the Federal Service has
the Jax Navy band
struck up NAS Jax commanding officer.
"Ruffles and Flourishes," and he advised that Jacksonville has
was accorded honors. been selected as one of the pilot -

Among the Seeks More POs activities participating in a
many to greet EARLY OUTS Navy
Sandys were Rear Adm. WendellG. ; study of the use _of the envelope -

Switzer, Commander, Corn- CANCELED system

Nab Six and Fleet Air Jax, and Early releases of enlisted BAQ Seen Jax has been directed to take
Higher Pay steps to see that solicitation envelopes -
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS personnel to achieve lowered
Jax are not distributed to
commanding officer. EM-strength goals have been
Before leaving, the Defense canceled. The Navy has asked the Defense Department to approvea any personnel. This means
simply: No personnel will receive -
Minister inspected the Marine Enlisted personnel already request for about 9,000 more petty officers, just after Defense a solicitation envelope.IN .
Honor Guard. transferred for separation has increase of officers.
I or approved an 3,000 new petty
ALL OTHER aspects, the
AFTER THE inspection, whose separation processing is This move reflects the Navy's concern about its dropping
will be conductedin
local campaign
Sandys told the press in a brief advanced to point that hard- manpower
accordance with the present
interview that he planned on ship will result may be sep- The 3,000 increase was to allow -
visiting the missile I I Other problems the personnel Federal Plan, which is based on
center at arated citing BuPers Manual, for advancements, not only
Cape Canaveral installa- chief touched as recorded in the principle of true voluntary
Navy Article C-10317 and NavAct upon
I for E-7s to E-8 and E-9 classifications -
tions in Los Angeles, Arizonaand 16. : Navy Times, were quarters allowances giving.
but also to allow for
The 1958 drive, which will be
Norfolk well and overcrowding of
as as SAC
Headquarters in Omaha, Neb. promotions all along the line. rates. conducted until Nov. 7, is an appeal -

Sandys said he had been here 'Blue Collar' Bill THE 9,000 extra POs which Jackson reported the Navy is to all hands, military and

once before while visiting Cape would supplement the 3,000 already supporting Defense in its effortsto (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)

Canaveral. Signed By Ike approved, was asked for get a more realistic scale of

Before leaving NAS Jax for by Assistant Secretary of the quarters allowances, particularly -
the city, the British statesman President Eisenhower has sign- Navy for Personnel and Reserve station allowances for high-
'Cane Hunters
rode with the LeMaistres' accompanied -. ed into law the bill that will Forces, Richard Jackson, who cost-of-living areas in the coun-
speed up considerably future pay said the increase would be the
by the welcoming
party, to the C.O.M. (Open) for raises of the Government's 750, only major personnel program try.ALTHOUGH allowance revision Keep Lid On

an official luncheon. 000 per diem (blue collar) em- slated by the Navy for the com / hopes appear dim, said

Finishing lunch and a brief by ployees wage whose boards.salaries are fixed I ing year. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) Storm Helene -

tour of NAS Jax, Sandys' staff --r ,-
headed for Cecil Field where The new plan provides that 'd Helene, a power-laden tropical -
these increases shall into
they were given an aircraft de- pay go 5 storm that raised cane
effect not later than 45 work
monstration. ic"i 7 y with the Carolina coast, kept
days after a wage survey is authorized _
other than those hit
After returning to NAS Jax -4 4 people
by a department.
for a visit to the BOQ, the party j by her winds quite busy last
went to the River Club for din- Under the old system, it frequently 4 / week.
took many months, evena r- THE HURRICANE Hunters of

ner.THE year or more, from the time a VW-4, weather watch dogs of
BRITISH Defense Minister's
wage survey was ordered by a V V qS the East Coast, made 11 recon-
party included Air Mar- department and the time its find- kL &% .' y naisance flights into the hurri
shal Sir George Tuttle, Deputy 4 rp 14 1t s j Ii
ings were officially approved by cane.

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) the head of the department. The squadron's aircraft were

f airborne for a total of 123 hours.

I p 194 weather reports were radio.

Flight Program Pays Oft 4d ed from the storm area.

4 In addition, 103 eye-fixes of

The Navy's new flight training .- l-4 the storm were recorded with
0 terranean area by way of the VW-4 making 16 penetrationsinto
program for East Coast attack YW 'P' 44 __
Military Air Transport Service. 4"4 / ______ the eye of the tumult.
pilots, being conducted by Attack _____ _
Upon arrival, they'll report for 9)jq ANOTHER tropical blow, Hurricane -
Squadron 44, proved it could deliver duty with Attack Squadron 72 ': ': t' lisa, also kept VW-4 per-

the goods this week. I aboard the USS Randolph. :: sonnel hopping last week and

The first two pilots to com- During 12 weeks of instructionat ------------------ early this week, with five flights
COMPLETE TRAINING Lt (jg) Lee Eilbacher. (center)
plete the full VA-44 these students achieved being made into the storm.
course for replace- Lt
and (jg-Al) Finch show their card to Comdr. C. A. Mc.
ment pilots received certificates. a degree of proficiency that Dougal, skipper of Attack Squadron 44. Card reads "Have Hard Also, 88 weather reports were
They were Lt (jgs Al Finch would have required as long as Hat, Will Travel" and means that these two pilots have com radioed from the area,the squadron -
and Lee Eilbacher.The 18 months under the old systemof pleted a 12.week course of instruction at VA.44 and are now obtained 15 eye-fixes and
to travel. And travel will received ordersto
ready they having
next day, the two pilots having each squadron indoc- made seven penetrations into the
report to a squadron now deployed aboard the USS Ran.
were on their way to the Medi- trinate its own aviators. dolph. eye.



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Jtl -6 REACTION FOOD/ COURSE FINE/ CVG-3 Back Home After -



Capt Elliott W. Parish Jr. 31L3. Ja .asndUe _.. Commanding' Officer Fine cooperation and large "MeeT VoyageCarrier 'Hnel
Comdr. Grajntoa H. Weber- .....m:.........._...._........._...........?.?.. Executive OfficerCommander attendance from various Sta- Successful i
BAD Slxj Fleet Air hck.onvllle
Rear Adm. Wendell C. Swltzer ______................... ........ tion activities greeted the
Capt. George R. Luker .....,..?.......?-..:.........._?........................... Chelf of Staff. Fairfax Train- Air Group Three, aptly described as the rj
Capt. Macpheraon Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff. NAB Six second Food Service assembled returned l
fleet Air Wing Eleven held in the Air Group ever yesterdayan ]
Capt. Donald II:. Macintosh _..u....__...,.............._.,_._......................... Commander Ing Program potent cruise in the Mediterranean where it
Capt.: Charles L. Lambing ........ ...................... Chief Staff Officer Mainside Theatre, Sept. 16- eight month abased taki
Air .Technical Training Cater the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga. Nav
Capt Charlet 1.. MooreNaval >..,.,..,....__................................_ Commanding Officer aboard--- -
Comdr. Warred E. Fleshman._.Naval.... ......Hospijai:.......................... Executive Officer 18.The NAS Jax Medical Of- CVG-3, commanded by Comdr. Also, VF-32 a day-interceJ : a yi

Capt. Alton C..Aberneth)' ................_. ............................ Commanding Officer ficer is well pleased with the Richard M. Mills, is comprisedof squadron, which has distmctJ AI]
llAHTU three II
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .........._............._................................ Commanding Officer efforts. It's believed that such five squadrons plus of being the first F8U persand
Comdr. William K. Hardy .................._..?..?..?...................................... Executive Officer training will pay off in divid- detachments from highly spec- Crusade
U
outfit to deploy is
flying
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville Florida ends of good housekeepingand ialized units with approximately yeas
at no expense to the government and in 1,000 MPH plus, single
compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 and men as- seatj j 1d
Rev. .N.,. IMS. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel improved sanitation. 1100 officers The iJ som
interceptor. squadron
of Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training of personneland S is 1
Center. Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Tfcamlac Unit sad the O. s. Breakdown. signed. the by Comdr Gordon C. Buhnrj squF
Naval Hospital activities taking'part: THEY INCLUDE VF-31, ;
Service Information Officer .,.....? Comdr. Charles M. Thomas interceptor VA-34, equipped with t tworld's til
Assistant Service Information Officer ..... .. Andrew H. Plane's BOQ Galley, 61j; Officers'Club all-weather, round-the-clock, nel
Editor Cordon Robbie; staff Reporters : Jack ; Bill 35 commandedby smallest jet atomic
Exchange squadron,
16 Navy ; basEs
Weekes, JOSN; Dottie Johnson; Ron Davis AN. Circulation-Distribution, Mary ; bomer the single seat A4D
Ann Klrchner, SN. Staff Photographer-Jerry Dalrymple, AN. NARTU, 5; Galley One, 54; Comdr John Tefft and whichis Sky.
Jax Air News to a neater of tie Arm d Forme fnm SerHM. hawk, with Comdr. Ernest SM
KaterW aa>e riBC to ibis publlntkM ... to reprinted providing eredtt Is Galley Three, 64; CPO Club, equipped with the 700 MPH RoAn
rlvwi. rtM&craphc. vnles tbenrtee .eedtted are rffMal U. ft. Navy jphotoEdttortH 12; Civilian Cafeteria, 26. plus, F3H single-seat jet fighter Clintock as commanding officer:,

ffiM In nut!a I* SWMt SO Kak artafcaeMiatlnii Hrsldie f*tM called the Demon. and VA-35, which flies the;!
este.alars 11M. BBS* TO e* Ml AD6 Skyraider. J

+ :.. :'s.} ... .:.. .. a;.., .Y,7fr'..{ }:;,.w.yaM: :..}::: In addition to being an out- feiar

... ... is Af::: 5: dive bomber the I 'j
: standing
ADS
,
: : ?'ice:?:.{ ., ::'n. ..
;n.,.,.: .::.k.:...:}.< rk :. .;: :?..:+:: .i r baLi
:.. %r.:... ? possesses capability of carryirj
: .., %: .r r. than its own weight In
.n.. .,. ... .t;:F..<.+: .:; ,::,: more In
bombs and rockets, on a normal
;: (mission it carries a heavier bomb '
trI
load than did the B-17 of WWII
(Mainside and NATTCenter : I c<(
fame. Commanding officer ii
movies daily, 1800 and 2000, unless Comdr Al Brown. a:
e
otherwise specified. Satur- tl
day, Sunday and holidays, 1400, OTHER CVG-3 unit is VAH-J' e
1800 and 2000. Hospital movie flying the A3D twin jet, which a

daily, 1900.) \ with its tremendous range and
; nuclear capability, provides the
Thursday October 2 $ r
Mainside-Fiend Who Walked tI, i "Big Stick" in CVG-3's awe rl

The West (western thriller) with some arsenal of weapons. Comdr ,
Bill Hazlett is skipper.
O'Brian c
Hugh and Robert Evans.
Also, Gaston Go Home. Detachments include Carrier 1e 1s 1t I Ii

NATTCenter Tarzan's Fight ai. Airborne Early Warning Squadron

For Life (color adventure) with 12, Det. 43, headed by Lcdr

Gordon Scott and Eva Brent. Art Goodall, which flies a radar

Also, Happy Go Ducky. version of the AD Skyraider,

Hospital-Bonnie Parker Story All Weather Attack Squadron

(action drama) with Dorothy 33, Det 43, also flying a versionof

Provine and Jack Hogan. Also, the Skyraider, with Lcdr John
Quick on Vigor. r Dulhagen as officer-in-charge,

._. mun mmn_ nnmmn_ _..m....___ __ and VFP-62, Det 43, whose officer
Friday October 3
UNIONJACK FLYING HERE Atop the Main Admini-
Mainside Apache Territory stration Building at NAS Jax flies Great Britain's national ensign in charge is Lcdr Charley
(western) with Rory Calhounand honoring presence of her Defense Minister, Duncan Ray, and which is equipped with
Barbara Bates. Also Sandys on a visit here last Thursday. The flag, acquired from BackwardGlances the F9F Cougar jet photo plane.
SpringIn
the British consulate in Miami was broken out by the NAS While the 1958 Med
on
Saganaki. OOD as soon as the British dignitary's plane touched downon
NATTCenter Fiend Who the Station's runway. In the distance, Old Glory waves a I Cruise CVG-3 repeatedly
Walked The West. friendly greeting to Her Majesty's flag. I. smashed record after record for
Hospital-Tarzan's Fight For Dusty bits from files of the hours flown and' carrier landings

Life. Atom Submarine Fleet Jax Air News: made, both day and nightA

Saturday, October 4 August, 1943 total of more than 23,000 hours
Application forms for War flown.
Mainside-The She e p man were
(color western comedy) with Set For Ration Book No. Three 'must be i This represents more than
Rapid Growth
Glenn Ford and Shirley Mc- filled in and returned to the I two-and-one-half years in the

Laine. Kiddie MatineeCourageOf \ OPA Mailing Center before Aug. air 24-hours a day, or at the

Black ..Beauty.NATCenterApache. Prospective commanding and executive officers for the 31. cruising speed, of one of the
Territory. first three Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines have been Groups Skywarriors, would per

Hospital-Fiend Who Walked named by the Navy, according to the Army-Navy-Air Force "Good heavens!I" cried Whistler mit the aircraft to make 26

The West. Journal. when he saw his mother on her round trips to the moon. More

1 Training as Polaris sub skip- knees washing the floor. I than 11,000 day and night car
Sunday, October S pers are Comdrs. James B. Os- ward L. Beach, CO, Lcdr. Will "Have you gone off your rocker rier landings were made by the
Mainside-Long Hot Summer born, Harold E. Shear and William M. Adams, XO. ?" .
(color melodrama) with Joanne E. Sims. Prospective exe- THE N A V Y is expected to group. -

Woodward and Orson Welles. cutive officers are Lcdrs. Char- have 10 nuclear-powered sub- T

Also, Future Baseball Champs.One les D. Grojean, Patrick J. Han- marines in commission by the :

show, 1900 only. nifin and Joseph W. Russel. end of 1959, and 20 by the finishof

NATTCenter-The Sheepman. THE FIRST SSBN( ) is due for 1960. .
Hospital-Apache Territory. commissioning in December The Nautilus, Seawolf, Skate r:

Monday October 6 1959, second in March of 1960. and Swordfish have already been

Mainside The Fly (color Third sub commissioning date commissioned. The Sargo and 9 2P:1

science fiction) with Al Hedison has not been fixed at this time. Skipjack are due for commis-

and Patricia Owens. Also, Golden To date, the Navy has assigned sioning this month and next,
Egg Goosie. eight officers as commanding officers respectively.The .

NATTCenter-Long Hot Sum- and seven as executive Triton, Seadragon, Halibut
mer. officers to nuclear-powered subs and first of the Navy's ballistic

Hospital-The Sheepman. which are either operational or missile subs are due for 1959!
which have been launched. commissioning dates.

Tuesday, October 7 They are: Nautilus, Comdr Due for 1960 commissioningare

Mainside Wild II a r vest William R. Anderson, CO; Lcdr. the Scamp, Scorpion, Scul-
(drama) with Alan Ladd and Frank M. Adams, XO; Seawolf, pin, Shark, Snook, Thresher and
Robert Preston Also, Mysterious Comdr William B. Laning, CO, the second ballistic submarine.
}
Stranger. Lcdr. Charles S. Carlisle, XO; 5 kf i

NATTCenter-The Fly. Skate, Comdr. James F. Calvert, Y !
Hospital-Long Hot Summer. CO, Lcdr. John H. Nicholson, Quickie Quiz hLli
XO; Swordfish, Comdr. ShannonD. s i
October 8 1. The Soviet is ij
Wednesday
Cramer, CO, Lcdr. Jeffrey C. Navy th e j
Mainside-The Bravados (color: world's' (A) largest, (B) second
.
.
Metzel XO Com dr. .. .
; Sargo, .t< : .v: .,. "
+na :irxyYp0.; {::> }} 'i.y..Wn.N..M;;:; <<<: >
western) with Gregory Peck and : largest, (C) third largest. PILES
,
Daniel P. Brooks, CO, Lcdr. RothS. !HONORS MaJ.) David Bidwell Training OffIcer -
Joan Collins. Also, Animals and Leddick, XO; Seadragon, Lcdr: 2. Under the new pay bill of Aviation Fundamentals School, Class P, at NA T-
Kids, and the Green Archer, George P. Steele II, CO, XO not recently parsed, pay grade E-j j-enler.as honor presents Frances Wort:, AA, certificate designating

Chapter 9. One show, 1900 only named; Skipjack, Lcdr. William is (A) permanent CPO, (B) top honors is nothing student new at recent to Wortz.graduation as she captured exercises.top Gaining mark

NA'ITCenter-Wild Harvest. W. Behrens, CO, Lcdr. Ralph H. senior CPO, (C) master CPO. In boot camp. The Omaha, Nebra., native finished AvFund

Hospital-The Fly. Carnahan XO; Triton, Capt. Ed- I (Answers on Page 5)) School School at with a 95>5 grade and has been ordered to AT (A)
Memphis, Tenn.


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19 2. October) 1958 lAX AIR NEWS Page
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About 4,000 Men In One Year Ex-Slaiion Legal
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Fasron Six Transient Section Officer Takes i


'Home' For Navy TravelersFleet ,' 1. NATTC PositionComdr.

Robert E. Lee, Jr.,

II. Aircraft Service Squadron Six's Transient Person- (no relation to the Virginia

I, nel Division celebrates its first anniversary this month since Lee's) reported aboard NATT-

taking on duties as a receiving station. Designated by Com- ::4 : {. Center Sept. 1, and assumed
NavAirLant, Fasron Six relieved ComFairJax of this dutya duties as Legal Officer.
year ago.Approximately-. Prior to reporting to the Cen-
'Pttztkm 4,000 enlisted ter, Comdr. Lee had spent two

personnel have been received ent Division's biggest problemdue years as staff legal officer for

ads and transferred during its first to the fact that many of the 55b the Seventh Fleet. During two

year of operation, including per- carriers spend a great deal of years with the staff, he servedon

: ed edvlit sonnel from ships, shore stations, time in Norfolk. This means that five cruisers and two car-
squadrons and schools. personnel who are ordered k :{ : riers.

FOR THE MOST part, person- through Fasron Six will have to Before joining the Seventh
nel are transferred to Mayport- be transported to Norfolk. Fleet, he was legal Officer at

based carriers such as the USS WHENEVER possible, 6ND I NAS Jax, holding that position
kl.ce Essex, Saratoga, Franklin D. sends personnel by GovernmentAir REPORTING FOR TAD Fasron Six transient personnelline i for two years.
Roosevelt, Lake Champlain, and when space is available, but office spaces while reporting to the outfit for temporary He is a graduate of Notre
duty in lieu of being assigned duty aboard ships at Mayportand
Antietam. when it isn't forthcoming the Dame University and DePaul
tie Norfolk. Below, some transients are shown at work making
Additionally, some are trans- individual must be sent by train. lockers while awaiting further assignment. They are, left to University where he received his
ferred to many squadrons in the On occasions, personnel have right. Earl Zamiela, BM3; Jim Billings, SN, and John Jenkins degree in law.NARTU .
at. I been sent aboard a carrier at SN.
i well to I
area: as as non-Mayport
1D6ir.I based carriers USS Mayport for transportation to a
Valley Forge, Supply
Leyte, Forrestal, Ranger and the carrier at Norfolk.8jJivak .
iG Intrepid. Officer Retires

nlmb During its first two months, Band ,
On 22 YearsLcdr.
the transient business was exceptionally -
.l1
busy as the Essex 4 r John Capko, Supply Officer -
and Saratoga were in the Medi- Plays HereOctober of N ART U Jax, retired
terranean and the ship's transi- from active duty this week after

ent personnel were retained i 7 22 years Naval service.

W aboard Fasron'Six. Lcdr. Capko first enlisted as

heit By the end of October, there Charlie Spivak will bring his a recruit in the Reserve pro-
were approximately 550 men top-flight orchestra to King Hall, gram in 1936 and worked his

awaiting return of the carriers, JBuilding 563, for a crew's dance way up the ranks. lie was com-
and during that time problemsof Tuesday, October 7. missioned warrant pay clerk

discipline and barracks space The affair, called the "Hula after outbreak of WWII.

had to be solved. Hoop Hop," is being sponsoredby He served in Pacific, Atlanticand
SINCE THAT time, whenever Aviation Storekeeper and Mediterranean Theatres and

s possible, accumulated personnel, Aviation Fundamentals Schoolsof at Reserve Air Stations at Minn-

u retained aboard the Statipn fQr NATTCenter. eapolis, Minn., Columbus, Ohio,

indefinite periods, are assignedto PERSONNEL from all com- Birmingham, Ala. and Miami. I I,
a the Fasron Six shops, if in Fla.
mands aboard the Station are t
a aviation ratings while
person- invited to attend. Appropriate Prior to his NARTU Jax assignment -
a nel in excess of those utilizedby
civilian attire is authorized. Lcdr. Capko was Staff
Fasron Six are detached to
such units the ComFair Jax Spivak, who lives up to his Supply Officer aboard the USS
as Disease Vector Post Is
billing as "The Man Who Plays Calvert during the Viet Nam
barracks, commissary store, gal-
The Sweetest In The refugee evacuation.
ley, and other units needing as- Trumpet
sistance. World," believes that a name Taken by Comdr. StainsThe

i Among the many duties assigned band leader has a mission and Kirby Tops AO Grads

to it during the Transient duty to perform for the youngs- post of officer-in-charge of NAS Jax's Disease Vector Jimmie Kirby, AOAA, of Dal-

Division's first year, is the con- ters of America beyond pleasing Control Center changed hands last week as Lcdr. F. R. las, Tex. was honor student at
tainment of personnel transferred their ears and dancing feet. DuChanois was relieved by Comdr. G. S. Stains. I last week's Aviation Ordnancemen -

to it for disciplinary actionor NOTCHES IN his musical belt Comdr. Stains comes here aft-, -- School, Class A, gradua-
awaiting& civilian conviction. are the movies, "Pin-Up Girls" i three-and-a-half I Lcdr. DuChanois will go to the tion.

Transportation is the TransiIc' and "Follow the Girls" and a er years spending at the Navy Medical Field I National Naval Medical Center, Kirby has been in the Navy

flock of box-office records at Research Laboratory, Camp Le- Bethesda, Md., where he will take since Feb. 2, 1958, and will next

places ,like the Paramount Jeune, N. C. where he was head over duties as an instructor and report to NAS, Corpus Christi,
: : Theatre in New York, the Hotel medical entomologist. Texas for duty.
of the Department of Entomology -
Statler, also in the Big Town,
and Sanitation.HE .
Jjl1 Ic' and the Hollywood Palladium.The .
WAS graduated from Utah
All-Girl Review will give
State Agricultural College, Logan -
shows at intermission time. This
with BS and MS degree
a
will be the same group of local
before entering the service. He
talent that performed here at a
recent dance. specialized in public sanitatidn.
Ever since he went into the
service in 1942, Comdr. Stains r / ci: y{'?r64s

Ja: Credit Union has worked in many aspects of 4g 'Jlfi $
u.f: iSfr'lN': : '
public health and sanitation in :,::
<
y }
%
Mails StatementsThe -t ;;: ? es w
such areas as the 14ND, Naval ; f+ 'y
Supervisory Committeehas Shipyard in Pearl Harbor, Camp / r
:
# #g mailed a statement to every Pendleton, ROTC at U. of Cali-

known member of the Jax Navy fornia, the Field Medical Train-

Federal Credit Union, asking ing Branch, First Marine Divi-
each member to compare his sion and Preventive Medicine
record with the share and loan Unit No. Five at Naval Hospital,

balances shown on the credit San Diego, Calif.

union statement. lie is the fourth to head the

Members are requested to local unit since it was perma-
complete and sign the statementon nently established in 1949.
the card enclosed with their THIS UNIT is the only one of

statements, if the statement is its kind in the Navy, its jurisdiction : pfrV
correct, or to notify the Super- covering all nine Naval : IZ

/ visory Committee if there is any Districts east of the Mississippias ; '
difference in their records. well as the Caribbean area 1L-

union and Panama. /
Credit members who
The mission of DVC, which is r
have not received statement by MN ra >
> : AueJ
controlled by BuMed, is control- 3 ti
US mail within the last ten days, ing insect and rodent disease

should get in touch with the carriers by training personnelwith

Committee.On technical assistance and ; .oMW -". ........._ ........ ,.
the Committee are C. W. specialist services 'in the field of NEW DVCC OFFICER Lcdr. F. R. DuChanois. (left)
LOU GROZA?? Not quite. disease vector prevention and smiles down at the new officer-in-charge of the NAS Jax
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The pretty converter is Rob- Acree, extension 8114, J. F. control. Disease- Vector Control Center. Comdr. G. S. Stains, as if to
erta Morton, who practicespoinilaUertouchdown O'Connell, extension 8383, L. J. After working four years as say "they're all yours now." Comdr. Stains, who has relieved
in the Lcdr. DuChanois as DVCC head, reports from the Navy Medi-
turf at Miami Beach. Hutchins extension 27. top man at NAS Jax's DVC, cal Research Laboratory Camp LeJeune, N. C.
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Leadership Training IsClass




Theme Of Center



"The Naval profession is an honorable one, which has

traditionally commanded respect and affection of our coun-

t..... To ,ether with bur sister services, we serve and protect :

free men everywhere."To ..
maintain the support and

respect of society, as well as to Center schools and divisions

meet requirements of his own have availed themselves of this

..M conscience, every Naval leader 10-hour course of instruction.

must be in himself an exampleof Hours for the course are 0915-

: : our military ideals." 1115, Monday through Friday,
: > + THE ABOVE paragraphs are on last two weeks of every
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\j quoted from General Order No. month.
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Prior to the August E-8 and

E-9 examinations, Comdr. Protestant Chapel

Emery C. Geise, Training Of-

..:LL. ...........-:..mn,...nxsvnsti: 1 ::2k, sktMN ficer of Aviation Ordnanceman Observes WorldWide
LITTLE FIRE FIGHTER This brave little gal is puttingout Schools at NATTCenter, put into -
a fire for the first time in her life and doing pretty well at
effect training course to aid '
it too. Surrounding her and her helper Joe Cibulski of the Station a Communion
I Fire Department, waiting apprehensively, is a group of ?r chief petty officers in preparation
youngsters from the Duval County Parental Home, who were for the examinations.With Sunday, October 5, is knownin
being conducted on a tour of NAS Jax last Saturday, as special no curriculum available, the Protestant Church as
treat of the South Jacksonville Kiwanis Club.
Comdr. Geise and Charles Clark, World-Wide Communion Sun-

AOC, outlined study guides by i day, This day has become one of

200 Youngsters See using correspondence courses for the high points in the church
Warrapt Officers and LDO advancements year.

to Lt (jg) as the This dayWill be observed in
Life Aboard StationLike basic material. Included in the
All Saints' Chapel with the Sac-
lessons was study of moral lead- 0/
rament the Lord's Supper being -
Longfellow said, there should be a pause in the ership. served at the 0930 and 1100(
day's occupation, and it should be called the Children's i WHEN GENERAL Order 21 services.
Hour. was received, the course at AO
i' Chaplain R. E. Osman, NAS
Well, NAS Jax paused last School was well underway, and
Saturday for its Children's of the Station to see sundry aspects w with a few modifications, thetitle Jax Protestant chaplain, will
speak at the early service while
Hour was changed to, "Course of
as over 200 underprivileged of Navy life.
Chaplain i A. D. Prickett of
Instruction in Effective
and orphaned children from Naval
In the boathouse, the kids
NATTCenter will have the 1100
the D u val l County Parental trooped about asking questions, Leadership, which was derived service. .
Home were entertained by men from and based on the General
investigating and exploring the
.
m <; { Training Course for It was in recent that
and women of the Station. boats 'tied up along the dock. Petty Of years a
FESTIVITIES were sponsoredby They were shown diving helm: ficers, Moral Leadership (NAVt group of ministers conceived theo

the South Jacksonville Kiwanis ets, buoys, and the insides of I Is PERS 15890), General Order N idea of taking one Sunday a year
Club in observance of some of the cabin launches. ;; 21, U. S. Army Field Manual 1 when Christians around the
National Kid's Day. Y (FM-22-10)) Psychology of Mili world would unite in this sacra-
THE KIDS walked around inside
At 1000, three bus loads of tary Leadership, and BuPers Effective ment.
the tower at Operations and
kids headed for various parts' Division Officer Leader Within a few years, the idea
were guided through one of the f ship Discussions.
spread and now millions of Pro-
Hurricane Hunter
P2V4 Nep- t Originally for 'AO schools, pet testants on all parts of the globe
tunes at VW-4. Movies
at VW-
ty officers from other NATT- unite in this World-Wide Com-
DIAPER demonstrated to the kids hurri
... munion Sunday.
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cane flight and how planes arable
DOINGSCongratulations to battle through them suc I&E Officer Post The newest Moody scientific

cessfully.To Changes At NATTC film "Red River of Life" will
to the 18 new be shown in the Chapel at 1900.
arrivals at the Naval Hospital; top it off, though, came Wave Lcdr. Harriet Coxen has This hour-long film is the story
eight boys and 10 girls probably the favorite of all for left NATTCenter to be of
checked; replaced the blood stream.and its mir-
in during the week of Sept. 5-11. the children-sliding down thfireman's as I&E officer by another Wave, I acle of life.
Births included; Boy, Michael pQle at the Fire House. Lt. Louise Harrison.

Albert, to S/Sgt and Mrs. Nor- There they'learned to put out Miss Harrison checked in Sep- ,

man Miller; Girl, Mona Dianne, oil fires' with C02 and many of tember 5, and the two women JWNESffiWCfS/

to Maxdell Marbut, PHI, and the youngsters extinguishedfires worked together until Mrs. Cox-

Mrs. Marbut; Boy, Michael William singlehandedly while many en was officially detached Sep-
to Newell O'Brien, AN, and more went away with pockets tember 30.

Mrs. O'Brien all born September full of dry ice. Mrs. Coxen who has been ALL"SAINTS' CHAPEL

5; Girl, Patricia Ann, to At 1100, the day's activity was with NATTCenter, both ad I & E Sunday, October 5

Howard Carter, GM3, and Mrs. interrupted for chow at the s ) officer and as Waves Admini- 0930-Sunday School], Three

Carter; Baby Boy to Charles civilian cafeteria,where hot dogs --..........---- _........ strative Officer, since 1951, will year olds through adults, Bldg.
Eldridge, AT2, and Mrs. Eld- were munched. "W ri ..t;" Hanging on the next have duty in the Office of 22; Service of Divine Worship,

ridge; Girl, Darlene Dolores, to NEAR CLOSE of the day, all fireman's pole for dear life is Secretary of the Navy Washing Chaplain Osman.1100Service .
Ollis Oakley, GM2, and Mrs. the kids went to the athletic one of the 200 children who ton D. C. She has been in the of Divine Wor-

Oakley; Boy, Billy Edward to field where they .were given Fire toured headquarters NAS Jax last Saturday. Navy 16 years. ship, % Chaplains Reagan and
of
,Harold Rogers, AA, and Mrs. chances to win prizes. There the many places was aboard one the Miss Harrison has been in the Alexander.

Rogers, all born September 6. were hula hoop contests and Station visited by the young- Navy eight years. She comes to 1800-Teen-age F e 11 o w.s h ip,
Girl, Judy Marie, to Robert races with kids running back- sters. NATTCenter' from the Office of Bldg. 722.1930United.

Doran, AC1, and Mrs. Doran; wards, hopping on one foot, in Missile Plant Naval Officer Procurement, Cincinnati Fellowship of Pro-

Girl, Margaret Gertrude, to Lt sacks or with papers under their Assembly Ohio, where she .was recruiting testants, Bldg. 722.

and Mrs. Harry Miller; Boy, to feet.When Due Charleston DepotA officer. Monday, October 6

Raymond Scarbrough, AK2, and it was time for the fun $10 million Polaris missile 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722.

Mrs. Scarbrough; Girl, Bernadet" to end, at 1600, and as the buses assembly plant has been approved US Wednesday, October 8

te Grace to CWO2 and Mrs. went out the gate, the kids sang. for construction at the Develops Wire- 1530-Junior Choir, Bldg. 722.

Charles Collins, all born Sep- out their appreciation. Naval Ammunition Depot, Charleston GuidedSubTorpedo 1630-Youth Choir, Bldg. 722.
tember 7. Thursday, October
S.C.T An 9
Girl Patricia Ann, to M/Sgt "underwater guided missile" 1915-All
Saint's
Chapel Choirs
Greensboro Native Takes e Navy Department says that
and Mrs. Robert King; Girl, Rose construction on the addition to can unerringly find it Rehearsal, All Saints Chapel.
Ann, to S/Sgt and Mrs. Roger Top AOB( ) School Honor the Depot complex will begin the target has been developed by ST. EDWARDS CHAPEL
Navy.
Bergman, both born September T/Sgt. William Lisenby, 'of late this fall, and should be Explained as Schedule of Masses
8. "wire-guided
Greensboro N. C. I completed in about 16 months. tor Sunday October 5
graduatedwith pedo-Mark "
Also, boy, John Paul, to Ray The facility will be located at it's 39, the Navy said 0830-1000 Sunday.
Lane, EN, and Mrs. Lane; Girl, top honors from Aviation the former Army Ammunition until capable of following a target 0630Daily..
the
to Martin Noone, AQ2, and Mrs. Ordnancemen School, Class B, Storage "Liberty Hall." A "kill" is made. ST, LUKES CHAPEL

Noone, born Sept. 10. at NATTCenter last week. specially designed wire con Naval Hospital -
And boy, Ray Williard, Jr. to nects the Mark 39 to its launch 0630-Catholic
Mass.
Lisenby, who entered the Ma- A Chinese walking on a moun ing vessel.
The
Ray Paul, ADR3, and Mrs. Paul thread-like wire
; tain trail looked back 0930-Service of Divine Worship -
rine Corps in April, 1950, will and sawa is played out
Boy to David Carlson as the
HM3 torpedo
giant grizzly bear Chaplain Bryant.
sniffing his travels
and Mrs. Carlson 11 report to the Armed Forces through the water. Latter
Sept. and footprints. Turning to the bear Over this Day Saints ,(Mormon)-
Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph- Special Weapons Project, San- he said: "You likee my tracks? ceives wire the torpedo re Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751.
guidance
Dionne, RET, Sept. 11. dia, N. M., for duty. I makee some more." direct it to commands that Christian Science-Tuesday-1900
the target. (AFPS). Bldg. 751.
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TER _, .fr '. Circuit StillDeadlocked

Touch FootballOct.

h1 LINE ... ? : Fasron-109 Vs 679th Acwron,
'yf ., Mustln. '
4 Oct. 3-VW.4 vs VA-176 Mustin.
is hi1eather at regatta time # s\ .< X Oct. 8 Operations vs Marine Bki., Competition in last week's

::1- jIaiy was borderline for _ Stadium.Oct. NATTCenter intramural football
)- aliboats, with 20-25 knot : ; Fasron-109 vs NABTU Stadi- league found the Missilemen of

5td gusts up to 33 knots, ( jg um. NAWS School and the Ensignsof
VAlM Mustln.
: Oct. 7-VP-16 VI
with choppy water that1nce1at1on Oct. 8-VW-4 vs 679th Acwron, Stadi- Aviation Ground Officer

Isis 6f the races t L t um. School both undefeated, squareoff -
-L/ Cove \, { 4 Oct. 9-VP-18 vs VA-176. Stadium. and play to a 0-0 deadlock.
,
ater Jacksonville seriesInue Oct. Fasron-109 vs Fasron-6, Mus-
Both teams bounced back in
this Sunday at the \ tin. BowlingOct. their second contests of the

1'l 1ub in Orange Park. o" week, as AGO downed the AO
'; 2-(1700-VA44 "A" vs Communications
Y I ; Dental "B" vs Fasron-fl squad, 27-6, and the Missiles

I---, nets have been a pop 4" '< L _____ > "B""A"; 6 & R Enlisted vs NARTU downing: AK School, 12-6.

among fishermen the ((1930; -Special Services vs 679th In other action, the Storekeepers' -
weeks and shrimpers "A"; Disbursing VI VW-4 "B"l downed MAD, 12-6; the

sorted fantastic results. r'bk t Oct. 6-U700-VA-44.. "B" vs VAP-62 Sparkles strangled AvFund, 12-0,
"indi ate that some in- "B"; NARTU "B" vs Dental "A"; the Ordnancemen and Splinters

have bagged as much Hospital vs VP-16. played to a 12-12 draw.
(1930))-Dispensary vs VAH-1:
ounds of shrimp for one Operations vs VW-4 "A"; VAP62vs However, the Sparkles roared
VW-4 "C." back to take the measure of the

ands at shrimping say Oct. (1700)-479th "B" vs Waves; Splinters, 19-0 while the Marino
CIVILIAN GOLF SILVERWARE Capt. T. B. Haley Supply vs VP18. the
Detachment showing
,
is powerof
} .on about over, how- (left) NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer receives civilian (1930))-FAW-11 VS FAETU
: ice the shrimps legs are golf championship trophy from 0 & R employee Charles "C"; Disbursing vs VW.4, "D"; last year, smothered AvFund
Jr g to turn red. Boucher. Boucher won th. silverware three years to gain ComFalrJax "B" vs O&R .Offideri. School, 31-0.
J'J'S' permanent possession for his department Boucher, in addition Oct. 8-(1700))-Marine Bks. vs VW-4
to copping the prize this year, was civilian golf champion of "B"; Hospital vs 679th "A",' VP-16
1 Jax Sailing Club will the Station in 1955 and 1956. vs FAETU "A." Air Force Tops

iceting October 7 at 1900

1 ling-. Members 912, south as wing well, low-as Boucher Notches (k ,:'i {1 1 tt : ,[\:; : ; .i : ;\ Rugged Navy


ibers interested in sail- Third if
Civilian /:1 iSPORs
. 'invited to attend.HJoo : Pigskin LoopTwo


, Golfing Victory } :: : clubs have locked horns

I [ CLUB I Two-time winner Charlie ''L __ _h :*f rL {!ii in a two-way knot for the lead l

in the Mainside Touch Football
, Boucher of 0 & R added number
iarter members made it three to his victory belt by post- Cane Hunter Keglers Show League as early play continues

e fold following the first ing a 300 medal score in winningthe crisp and furious.
eeks of Mainside bowling Civilian Golf The Cane Hunters of VW-4,
Championshiplast
_ition last week. week at Hyde Park Golf Way In Mainside ActivityKeglers and the 679th Air Force, newcomers -
ter Members are: Co rse. to Station athletics, share

omFairJax "A" ........................:32 the top roost with unbeaten
sen, ComFalrJax "A" .........226 Closest pursuers to Boucher, from VW4 hold the top spot in both Americanand slates in four outings.
?AH-1 ...............................................224 who also copped. the title in National Leagues with 11-1 records as the Mainside
Dispensary ................................222 I 1955-56, were Jim Vearil Jr., Ray intramural bowling loops continue along the early season VW-4 was one of the early-
(Dental "A" ......__.ttl I season teams tabbed by prog-
aster, Fasron-6 .........................220 Kennedy and Rod Pinney. trail. nosticators as having a good
Dental "A" .,........ .217 In .match play, flight competition VW-4's "A" team paces Na- chance of going all the The
NARTU "B" ......"......;...................216 Pinney bested Joe Stutz for tional League 'clubs while VW- series in last week's competition, way.
VP.18 "..........................................211 is in the American getting a 632. 679th is a mild surprise.
FAETU "B" .."...........................210 the first flight crown; in second 4 "B" top dog HIGH TEAM game honors Snorting fast in the rear is
ft. Operstions ."...........................208 flight play, Bill Harris was winner circuit. went to Special. Services When VAH-1, whose power-laden Tig-
Dental "B" ,....,.. .................... 208 ..over Walker Crevasse whileM. THE TWO 'Cane Hunter. hold high hopes of upsettingthe
lee VP.16 .........".........................207 C. Johnston captured third squads can't afford to sit back, it posted-a smooth- 917. VW4"B ers
0 & Officers' ......................206 I 'with ComFair Jax "A. ," with Tice aiding in a big leaders when they clash.
Ick, VW.4 "A" "...............".........204 flight laurels" by besting J. C. however, way, walked off with team series In last week's activity in the
ghy, NARTU "A" ........................204 Hoydric.In threatening in the National circuit laurels for the week with a popular Mainside pigskin dr-
ead Special Services ................204 the fourth flight J. W. Hall with a 15-5 mark and Spe-
Vp.18 .. .. .. .. .......204 was winner .over F. E. Rust cial Services challenging in the 2499. cuit, 679th dumped NARTU, 19-
VW.4 "n" ,....... .... ... .. 203 while Bob Bowling took fifth American with a 16-2 record. Tom Pechin of 0 & R Enlisted 12; VW-4 defeated Operations.
In. 0 & R Enlisted .. 202 captured high game in the Na- VW-4 also tripped VP-16, 7-0;
of VW-4 "B"
Tice
flight honors from John Onstott. Ralph cop-
tional League with a 236 and VA-176 gained a 24-0 verdictover
Consolation] flight wi h n e r s ped individual high game honors
series with 561. Fasron Six and
high hapless
toleers Snare were: first, Boucher; second, with a 246 last week. lIe also]
O. R. Grace; third, J, K. Smith; leads both leagues with a 199 High team game was"wrappedup Fasron 109 won by ,forfeit over
by ComFair Jax "A, authorsof
fourth Mike Cascone and fifth, average. Operations I
inesville Gun an 854 while high team series
Charlie Adams, victor over a The bespectacled TIc also VAH-1, paced by ex-Navy ace
also went to the. Flagmen, witha
individual high I
ub bulky field. captured top 2426. Tom Hamilton at the quarter-

Competitionax American back slot, easily handled VF-

Navy's pistol team walked : .. Team Won Loll Pd.VW.4 173, 20-0.
\On" 1 .917
11
with a host of medals in a .
Special Services 18 2 .889
tch with the Gainesville Pis- / / /t FAW.ll 15'4""" .775 Answers to Quickie Quiz
Club recently at the Univery 4 /s/ / VP-18 12 8 .600 l.B: 2.B.NAWS.
City AlP-62 "B" 12 8 .600
Fasron-6 "A" 9 7 .563
G. .carapelloti scored a 879tn "A" 8 8 .500
rst in the .22 Expert class while FAETU "A" 10 10 .500 School
icking up second place in the VW.4 "D" 6 6 .500

5 Marksman category., Hospital 9 11 .450 PacerThe
AETU "C" 7 9 .438 Ten-pin
First place in the .22 Sharp- o & n Officers 8 12 .400 Missilemen of Naval
'NARTU "B" 7i I2Va" .375
hooter class was garnered by Air Weapons Systems School
II 10 .375
"n"
ComFalr
rt Newman of Jax Navy with i; t Dental "A" 4 8 .333 hold down top spot in the
score of 549x600. Newman Disbursing 5 11 .313 NATTCenter intramuralscratch

Iso placed first in the .45 Marks- Marine nk$. 8 14 .300 bowling league, own-

[man class ,with a 548x600.J. VA-44 "B" ,6. 18 .250 ing a perfect 8-0 record.

J. Davis brought home thirdin National The Marine Aviation 'Detachment -

the .38 Marksman category ) T.am Won LOll Pd.VW.4 is in the second
11 1 .917
with a tally of 532x600. "A" place slot with a 7-1 record.
C'omFalr "A" 15 5 .750
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Positions on the Jax Navy NARTU "A" 14 II .700 Osborne Dunmire of MAD

Pistol team are open to all interested Operations 11 5 ,688 took over high game honors
Contact Jack- 879th "n" 13 7 .650 from teammate Fred Asberryby
persons.
VP-IB 12 8 .600
son at the NAS Jax Gunnery, Supply 9 7 .563 rolling a 236 game. As-

Range, extension 686. o & R Enlisted 10 10 .500 berry retained high average
The pistolmen practice week- :"WHERE'S-THE-BALL"? ''::: Is most likely what all con- VAH-l 11 13 ,4W honors. but dipped from 193

days 1300 and on cerned were muttering during an incompleted pass play in the VA.44 "A" 9 11 .450 to 174.
from 1130 to VAH-l-VF-173 intramural touch football game last week at FAETU "n" 9 11 .450 The Support Splinters and
Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Stadium. Where'd the ball come from? From the left? VAP-62 "A" 7 9 .438
the Sparkles of AE
from 1600 to 1800. From the line of icrimmage? From the backfield? From the Dental "n" 8 10 .375 School
Jax scheduled an righi.hand side? From the sky? Anyway, Stan Olmstead of Waves 44 71/a .375 evened their seasons recordsto
Navy has VF-173 missed a pass from a teammate while Fred Calls, Intent Fasron-8 "n" II 10 .375: 4-4 by sweeping last.
appearance at the Marine Pistol on tagging Olmstead, lets the ball pass him, too. Hidden Communications 6I 13V" .325 week's series.
and Rifle Club Invitational at behind Olmstead is fellow player Irv Applebaum, who might Disnnsary 8 14 300
I
Parris Island, Nov. 12. know, wheae the ball came from. VAH-1 won the game, 200. VW.4 "C" 4 18 .200 I





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I All Houses In Pensacola Could Fit HereThis I J.iJ


( is the first in a series of light upon everyday. facts and SPEAKING of parks, it would of NAS Jax is large enough to For Rent
"Did You Know?" articles, depleting figures. take about 221,520 areas the size fit all the .houses in Pensacola, 4-Rm cottage. San Juan and
interesting, little-known THUS WE will have a go at of our Station to fill the total 453 buildings the size of Bldg. Niblet St. EV 8-5503. Belisario.
facts and. figures about the Sta- it and tell you that NAS Jax's Federal Land Acres administeredby 902, 3,670 buildings* the size of Will share my home with
tion, its size and its capacity.) area equals approximately the the National Park Service. Quarters KK, or 7,700 homes couple or rerjt Bedrooms. 4694
DID YOU know N AS, Jax size of the Abraham Lincoln Na- And if this isn't enough to sav- with 1,000 sq, feet. It would bea Timuquana Rd. Avail. Oct. 1.
comprises 7,701,739 sq. feet or tional Historical Park' in Ken- or your gasp, perhaps if you bit difficult to find a place to 'EV 8-7666. Chatlin.
approximately 108 "acres? 'No? tucky, the Fort Donelson Na- sports-minded readers knew thatif walk the dog, but it could be 'l-Bdrm. Unfurn. House. 1775

Well, where have you been all tional Military Park in Dover Public Works was crazy done. Hamilton St. EV 8-4956. Mau-

your life? Tenn., and Florida's Fort Caro- enough to do it, it could place INTERESTING, huh? There'llbe sert.
However, with all seriousness line National Memorial, site of 1 1,284 collegiate' football fields on more "hot poop" like this 2-Bdrm. Furn. Gar. Apt. 1214
aside, statistics can be dull and the last French settlement in the Station. It would be stand- soon Challen Ave. EV 9-0291. Hanks.
next week (or sometime )
drab animals, but as the man Florida in 1564 just a year before ing room only, but it could be 2-Bdrm. Furn. Gar. Apt. 1218
says, all things are relative, and it was. destroyed by the done. for "Did You Know" and if Challen Ave. EV 9-0291. Hanks.

comparisons do shed interesting Spaniards. To elaborate further, the area you didn't, you will. 2-Bdrm. Furn. House 328 Mil-
waukee Ave. '(O.P.) CO 4-9962.
Goal SetContinued :) $60 Mo. Boatwright.

; ;.;ti 2-Bdrm. Unfurn. House. 336
( from
Page 1)) Milwaukee Ave. (O. P.) CO-

civilian, to give through the 4-9962. $60 Mo. Boatwright.4Rm. .
Community Chest-United Fundto Furn. APt. 4590 Merri-
42 various agencies. :>' ,' : fqj mac. EV 7-6489. Marsh.

Each participating command is For Sale .
charged w it h conducting the 4-Bdrm. home. 4732 Wheeler
drive within its ranks and each Ave. EV 8-6550. Rowe.
has established a "one's fair MiscellaneousWanted
share" giving' guide based on : Ride from 1025 Good-
pro-rata share towards the over- win (near 5-Pts.) to NAS arriving -
all goal of $66,420.: either 8 or 8:30.: Leave

Contributors to the campaigncan > 4:30-5: p.m. EL 4-2094 nights.
give cash donations; can : ; } M Sanford.
pledge and pay four equal Wanted: Swap ATI with
amounts to the keyman duringthe VAH-1 (moving to NAS San-

course of the drive; or can ?;?Ii ford) with any ATI on sea duty,

pledge the entire amount and ': ,:.:..,.v Cecil Field or Jax area. Ext-.
pay directly to the Community 8337. Thomas.

Chest-United Fund on a semi- Wanted: Swap 3 yrs. shore

annually, quarterly, or monthly duty left at NAAS Whiting Field.
basis. Permanent shore patrol, Milton,
MILITARY AND civilian per- Fla. R. A. Johnson, AD1, 116
sonnel from the ._......-._________ ....._...._________._._.._____-_..._ .n _._....____...... ..____.. ..__._________......_.__ Milton Fla.
following com- Wallace street, ,
12 MONTHS ACCIDENT.FREE Capt. James H. Etter, (front, right) is shown presenting
mands will
participate: Com- citation certificate to James Sumpter, Paint*Shoo Supervisor, for completion Of one year with. Wanted: Ride to NAS from
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville; out an accident. Looking on are front row, (left to right) Mack Herrm, Charles Brown, Louis 2943 Gilmore St. (bet. Willow-
NAS Jax; NATTCenter; Fleet Klander, George Glisson, Earl Clore, Troy Fallin, Monroe Driver, Eugene Griffin and Lt. Claude branch & McDuff.: Wking Hrs.-
Air Wing Eleven; NAS Cecil Swicker Jr. Rear, E. L. Hall, Henry Taylor, Harvey Mears, Charles Bryan, Edward Starling and 0700-1600. EV 8-4497/Ext-8467.
Thaxton.
Henry
Field; NAAS Mayport;' Naval Roberts.

Hospital; and NARTU. Desire to join car
Wanted:
t This is the third and, final Social Security To Increase WAVES TASTE pool from Lake Shore Area. Wk
fund raising campaign to be held Hours-0800-1630. Ext5928564.Short .

in 1958 under the Approved LIFE AT SEA JO1.Wanted .
To Some DisabledA
Policy on Fund Raising Within Payment : Can take three ridersto
the Federal Service. Previous Twenty-two Waves and two
'
anywhere en-
Pick
campaigns were held here in new Social Security law is expected to yield hundredsof I Women Marines, all attachedto route'NAS.from Lake up Forest Hills
February-March for the National dollars in benefits to families of retired service personnel NATTCenter, spent a dayin thru town. Hrs-0730-1600. EL-
Health Agencies and in June eligible for SS disability benefits, it was reported this week Mayport touring the USS 3-5884/Luke. Call after 1730.
Antietam (CVS-36).
for Navy Relief.
by officials in Washington. .
left bus at 1100
They on a
Under the new law, retired
Navy Seeks service personnel, at age of 50 Besides being 50 years old, Sept. 19, after having an FRA Unit 126
individuals to qualify for SS early lunch on the base, and
become to
eligible
or over,
(Continued from Page) receive full disability Social Security disability payments must have returned in the late after- Gives CheckTo
20 quarters of SS credits in the noon.
Jackson, Defense has asked the payments if they are
40 quarters prior to the onsetof Details 'of the outing were
Bureau of Labor Statistics to totally disabled from "substantial StadiumA
his disability or the time planned by George Bryan,
see if data on the cost of housingin gainful" work.
various Defense areas can be RANGING BETWEEN $30 to when the disability is reportedto JOC, of the Mayport Public check in the amount of $100
the Social Security Admin-
figured similar to the Information Office. by representatives -
consumer $108.50 through December to be istration. was presented
price index. increased to between $33 to For most of the women, of Unit 126, Ladies Auxili-
This may reflect an effort to $116 in January, these benefits ALL MILITARY personnelmay this was the first time aboarda ary of Fleet Reserve Association,
establish a quarter's allowance will provide additional paymentsto receive SS credits for all ship, and the carrier's size to Comdr. Grayston> H. Weber,
which might fluctuate in any wives and children of those military service performed from was amazing to them. The NAS Jax executive officer, dur-
given area of the country. receiving SS disability pay- January 1951 through 1956 if Antietam is a anti-submarine ing a ceremony last Friday at
ments. they retired after 1957, or hada carrier basing hunter-killer 1000.
Concerning the business' of
overcrowding in rates, Jackson Payments to the wives and little as two weeks active planes. Purpose of the check is to de-

says, "is a product of the times. to each child of disabled workers duty for training after that time. fray expenses of a chair at the
As the nature of the fleet including retired service per- Navy-Marine Memorial Stadiumto
changes, the demand for person-' sonnel on Social Security rolls, be built at Annapolis, Md.
nel changes. Right now, and for will equal one-half of the pay- UNIT 126 representatives in-
some years to come,the demandsof ment to the disabled serviceman.The cluded Mrs. Rose Zeilman, unit
the fleet will change faster maximum family paymentthat president, and Mrs. Shirley
than we can change personnel- can be made' to' disabled Stannos, member of the unit's
wise." personnel is $245 a month, as board of directors and activities

are the maximum monthly pay- k KIWS chairman.
The will read: "And so beingof ments to survivors of disabled Host to the ladies for the occasion -

sound mind, .I spent every personnel. was Comdr. Charles
Thomas NAS Jax SIO officer.
,
cent I had before I died." PAYMENTS TO such survivors -
are now computed at three- Funds for the check were derived -
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Top British quarters of the monthly entitlement \ from a cake-sale held
for the widow, plus Sept 17 aboard the Station. At
(Continued from Page 1)) one-half of the father's entitle- least 94.cakes were sold by the

Chief of Air Staff; Lt. Gen. Rod- ment for each child, with an Unit's membership stationed at'
erick McLeod Chief of Staff to additional quarter of the father's six vantage points which included -
Sandys; D. W. Ward, Sandys' entitlement split equally among :..... O & R Main Building; O & R
executive assistant; Miss Freda his children. Times Square; and Hangars 140,
Smith, Sandys' secretary, and J Payments to the wife continue r24 and 114, and also at Build-

Frederick Brundrett, chairmanof until the youngest child reaches ..- -- a......--....=."'....,.., .--.- ing 523 at NATTCenter.
the British defense research 18 (unless the child is dis- AID MEMORIAL: STADIUM A check for $100 for a Unit officers include Mrs.
policy committee, and scientific abled itself before that time, chair at the Navy.Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at An- Christine Bell, vice-president;
advisor to Sandys. then he receives 'payments in- napolis was contributed by Unit 126, *Ladies Auxiliary of the Mrs. Elizabeth Attebery, secret-
The Defense Minister and his definitely.) Payments to the Fleet Reserve Association. Presenting the check to Comdr; ary; and Mrs. Earlene Sensch,
Grarston H. Weber, NAS Jax executive officer, are Mrs.
party departed at 2200 from wjfe continue again when she treasurer. Mrs. Lois Murphy is
Shirley Stannos, (left) and Mrs. Rose Zeilman, Unit president.
NAS Jax for Cape Canaveral. reaches 62. Dedication of the memorial chair will come at a Idler date. junior past president.P..Sl .