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Creation Date: October 23, 1958
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Surprise Visit By Stork Interrupts Navy


{ Couple's Hurried Journey To HospitalTruth


is stranger than fiction-
I where the live outside About 0140 when the
AE2 Morgans car was
ask of
just D. B. Morgan, ,
Green Cove Springs. racing toward Shands Bridge,
VA-44. His wife gave birth to a I
Morgan ran three red lights in which divides Clay and St.John's
boy in a car on an old wooden ,
bridge early Sunday morningtwo his hurry to reach the hospital.It counties, Morgan heard his
weeks ago. wasn't long before police were wife's cry for help and pulled
chasing them but when they over to the little white shack
MRS. MORGAN awoke at 0115 reached Morgan's car, he yelled I located on the bridge.
Oct. 5 with labor pains. Her hus- to them the situation, he was in.i BEFORE MORGAN could givea
band put her into the car and The police let them go and helping hand in the delivery,
sped for Flagler Hospital in St. followed them for a short dis-' the baby was born. Morgan

Augustine, about 20 miles from tance before turning off. (Please turn to Page 6, Col, 1))

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VoL 16 No. 30 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida October 23 1958


Promotions Are
snmvAhia
tiFy.YNNY.ISt: : : \R
CAR BABY D. B. Morgan, AE2, of Attack Squadron 44, Frequent. At AKTo .ii
and his wife admire their baby, Coy David, who was born under Aviation Storekeepers,
unusual circumstances recently. The Morgans were nun- } w
advancement in rate seems to
I ing from their home in Green Cove Springs one Sunday nightto >>: '.
a hospital in St. Augustine when Mrs. Morgan gave birth to be synonymous with instruct- :??S
the nine pound boy in the family car a few miles outside Green ing at NATTCenter'sAK
Cove Springs.NAS. School.

Recently promoted from ..i4d
chiefs to warrant officers *
In Good StartIn there were Edward Johnson,

10-year veteran, Angelo Zin- \ 41
garo, with 16 years service, \
and William Buckalew. A
Fund DriveAlthough Nearly every first class who
comes for instructor duty at /
the School leaves as chief anda ;$
off to a slow start, the Community Chest- very high percentage makeit
United Fund campaign being conducted by Navy activitiesin on first examinations.Some .
the Duval County area is still ahead of other units making credit should go to

first reports. to Chest headquarters.- qualifications of the instruc-
Pointing out that the CC-UF tors, but more is due to pres-
drive here traditionally gets off that personnel arc not aware of sure to keep up on all new

to a slow start, but picks up their participation. We expect developments and phases of ...: ;
steam as it moves along, Capt. some fine reports within the aviation storekeeping, absentin .
next week the cochairmen .
or so, -
t
Kenneth Wheeler and Charles the field.Mother's .

Hart, co-chairmen of the Navy's declared. 1:. :.. .. .:" > ...':W< >. ,.:::,,,,.. ..:." ,_
campaign, oozed nothing but NAS Jax command's drive, co- RECEIVES READINESS AWARD Comdr. John W.
optimism. chairmaned by Comdr. Rudy Club Being Crowe, (right) commanding officer of Patrol Squadron 5, ac-
"THE FACT THAT THINGSare Duelfer with able assistance from cepts Atlantic Battle Readiness Excellence Award for his squad
Formed In JacksonvilleA ron from Rear Admiral William I. Martin, Commander Bar
Ensign C. II. Gould of
was one
pretty quiet on the CC-UF
rier Forces Atlantic. VP-5 is in Newfoundland
on deployment Argeniia,
Mother's Club is be-
front locally doesn't mean that the few that got off to a better Navy from its home base at NAS Jax.VP5'Mad .
the keymen are not busy and than average start. NAS at the ing formed in Jacksonville and
end of the first week reached all mothers and stepmothers of
38.6 percent of its goal. active or inactive, honorably or Foxes'WinBattle
Task
Navy Given Ma- i
The bright spot in NAS' first medically discharged Navy,
week was the contribution by rine Corps or Coast Guard personnel I
Of Selling 'Hump'Plan Navy Exchange personnel who I are eligible to join. Readiness.Award
have already contributed 82.2 Any mother who's son is de-
To CongressThe percent of their established goal. ceased is also eligible for mem-
EACH COMMAND has estab- bership in the new club, along Patrol Squadron 5 was presented the Atlantic Fleet Bat-
Defense Department has lished a "one's fair share giving with relatives of any active duty tle Readiness Excellence Award by Rear Admiral William I.
given the Navy the job of handl- guide," based on the pro-rata personnel. Martin, Commander Carrier Forces Atlantic, during a special
ing the "hump" legislation which share toward the overall goal of Interested persons should con- ceremony' at Argentia, Nfld. Naval Station last week.
will propose changes in the Of- Martha Davis 2016 Eu- Comdr. John W. Crowe, VP-5
$66,420. Keymen are emphasizingSee tact Mrs. ,
ficer Personnel Act and the the in over 1200 hundred hours in eachof
ease EV 8-6131. skipper, accepted plaque
Col. St.
( UNITED, Page 2 1)) clid -
Navy's officer promotion prob- behalf of the squadron which the past two months and expect -
lem. (. : ..., has been deployed in Argentiafor to do the same this month.
Although Secretary 0 f the the past three months. Majority of these hours were
Navy has the job of preparingand a THE PLAQUE was accom- acquired during ice reconnaissance -

pushing the plan, actual K panied by a citation which stat- flights. Other commitments
handling upon passage will go s SY ed in part: included shipping patrols, anti-
to Richard Jackson, Assistant "Commander Naval Air Force, submarine warfare exercises and
Secretary for Manpower Person- US Atlantic Fleet takes pleasurein local training flights.
nel and Reserve.No 5 Ar' awarding the Battle Readi- The squadron's vital task
significant change in the ness Excellence Pennant and "E" while engaging in ice reconnaissance -
problem has been reported by s ?; to Patrol Squadron 5 for having is scouting and plotting of
Navy spokesmen since it was achieved required standard of (Please. turn to Page 6, Col 4))

presented to Congress last ses- ( excellence in overall performance. -
sion. < r' .. Cooney, Doll Share

Without the law- the Navy "T h e commanding officer of AEA) School HonorMichael
foresees the possibility of opportunity Patrol Squadron 5 is congratu-
for selection to com- ys:. lated on the exemplary performance Cooney, AEMAN, of
mander and captain will at times of the squadron." Webster Groves, Mo., and Pfc.
drop as low as ten per cent } RECEIVING the coveted "E" Anthony Doll, of Louisville, Kan.,
between now and 1967, when the 4 i becomes a great matter of pride were joint honormen at last
hump has finally passed. u 1 1 with officers and men of VP-5. week's Aviation Electrician'sMate
With the law, early retirement '. It's indicative of the excep- School Class "A" Gradua- ,
JL twice passed-over commanders tional crew spirit predominant
tion.Cooney
and captains would be per- throughout the deployment.In who joined the Navy \
mitted. This would make 'room addition, it clearly demon- in January 1958, has received no

for lieutenant commanders to MERITORIOUS MAST At each graduation one Aviation strates the maintenance depart- orders as yet.
move into upper ranks that are Fundamentals School student is commended for outstanding ment along with other ground Doll will report to El Toro,
swollen with captains and com- military performance. Here, Lt. Col. William P. Mitchell support have been performingan Calif., for further duty. He join-
(right) commanding officer of the NATTCenter Marine Aviation
manders guaranteed 26 to 30 outstanding job. ed the Marine Corps in Decem-
Detachment, congratulates Pvt. Aaron Williams, last week'
years service. military honorman. VP'5'S MAD Foxes have flown ber 1957.



October 23
2 JAX AIR NEWS 19S8



Jft '-6 Wave E-7 To Every Day Is Navy Day;;

Wear New GarbThe

HAS, JtclcsonYlB Navy has agreed to Is [On The AlertIt
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .. ._____...._ Commanding Officer Navy
-
Comdr. Grayston U. Weber ,......."... ......... .... Executive Officer change its Uniform Regula-
NAB Blx Flea t .jlli.JackKKrrUl
Rear Adm. Wendell 0. Swltzer __............_........-.....-... Commander tions and authorize Wave 2000 Eight Bells 8:00: P.M., and throughout -
Capt. George R. Luker ,................_.?. Chief of Staff, FalrJax chief petty officers to wear is now
Capt. Macphenoa Williams ............._............. Chief of Staff NAB Six every ship and station in our far-flung Navy, the
FlMt Air Wing Eleven dark-blue officer type Uniforms
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh __........................._.................... .. Commander "watch" is being changed. Evening Reports are being
Capt. Charles L. Lambing .... Chief Staff Officer this winter. officers-of-the-deck. The Captain's night ordersare
IftvU Air Technical Training CtnitrNAKTTJ made to
Capt Charles L. Moore. Je. _..___............................... Commanding Officer This would mean that pre- being read: "Report all unidentified radar and sonar
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshmaa ........................... Executive Officer

Capt Alton C. Abernethy .......-N_.....:..:_al.lioirauai....__......................... Commanding Officer sent Wave CPOs will have to contacts." In the waters
Capt. Ferdinand V Burley .......................... ...................... ............ Executive Officer dig down into their purses for Think of this for a moment. off re-
Lebanon and in the Mediterranean the
Capt. Norman 0. Anderson ........__........_................_............... Commanding Officer the cently-troubled ,
Comdr. William E. Hardy .._................._.......................................... Executive Officer the money to purchase Pacific and the waters off troubled Formosa, Navy men
new dress while future Wave Admirals call their "Big Blue
the
what
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Floridaat are manning
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 CPOs will be allowed a new Team." Perhaps it may be a buddy of yours, a son
Kev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof
Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Tramlnff $200 uniform allowance.The a near relative, or a neighbor that is relieving the watchfor
Centerirneet Air Wine 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S.
the next four hours.LET'S .
NavalSe Information Officer ?.................. Comdr. Charles M. Thomas Wave chiefs will be allowed CONTRAST THIS SCENE on the high seas
Assistant Service Information Officer .........!..... ?. Andrew H. Planer
Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters : Jack Holmes. PHI; Bill to wear their old Navy- with our own here at home. At 2000, our evening mealis
Weekes. JOSN Dottle Johnson; Ron Davis AN. Circulation-Distribution, Mary
Ann Daniel. SN. Staff Photographer Joe O'Brien. PH3. blue uniforms for about 30 over, for most. We are at home with loved ones, re-
The Jar Atr News Is a mwifcw of the Armed Forces Press Service. and planning the morrow.As .
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is months, then the officertypegarb counting the day's pleasures
given. Photographs tmleas etherwiee credited: are official U. 3. Navy photo- will become mandatory. we hear the clock strike Eight Bells in our living

grepKs.Editorial effl4.. located In Room 230, Mats Administration Bufldlag. Phene room, let's remember that throughout the world and all
ext.Mt ns II*.. M44. m er HI.
... _,,:._A..r:, "'- -","""",..M "'u..y.........., ., ..A W"'S..k.''''''.,. ...::W'...,.. "" ..,.,.,....'!:....,,.....".,.,.... .... ...'" '::'.'. ......,." the seven seas it's 2000 in the Navy time for evening
report, Captain's night orders and changing of the

I COMMUNITY 'CHEST UNITED FUND: DR1VE :. "watch."

AND AS WE LISTEN LET'S TAKE time for a little
,'[ silent thought about these Navy men standing watch
I 42 (AMPIII6Nl'lN'; iJNE' far from home on our first line of continental defense.

f They are ready.
PERCENT OF GOAL: OVER }: : rw October 27 is the date set aside for observance as

.... O. .I lo ":'20." ;)0..49..50.: ::'.; '60. ",70 80 90 GOAL } JO 20 >::,?::- Navy Day. But every day is Navy Day. This nation and

,; ::tl:0= : :Z''? ,' : :;f:: ', ,,. '" A\: :: its people hail with affection on Navy Day the men, the
: ti i ji.:: : : muscle, the money and the wisdoms at the helm of our
,'
IFAWHJNATTC .,'. .,' ..' :' Ship of State which could neither make foerign policynor
execute it without the Navy the instrument of

} global sea power.Batteships.
HAAS, MAYPQRT

,y. May Get Billing I

::

1iaMkw7ii.4.C: :-; *:{:;<+ rd.a .,:. >: .k< 1a. : As lakes' Missile Monitors I


Thanks to the nation's air-
defense system, the Navy'sbilliondollar What is being attempted, the
mothballed bat- Navy official said, is formulationof

tleship fleet, onceproudroamer fast-moving, hard-hitting task
forces which be used eitheron
of the can
seven seas,
may get new life. defense or offense.

Consideration is being givena As DLGNs come into existence,

plan, reports ArmyNavyAirForce their power could be added to

Journal, which would restore the Great Lakes Security Force.
some one-time 'dread- After initial assaults by the

noughts to active service as Mis- enemy, they would move to sea
OFF TO FINE START NAS Jax got the Jump on the
seven other participating commands in the first week of the sile Monitors on the Great to join the Offensive Fleet
United Fund Community Chest-United Fund campaign by posting 38.4 per- Lakes.
cent of its goal. Left to right are Comdr. R. F. Duelfer, chair- ONCE AN attack had
man for the NAS portion of the drive Comdr. Henry J. Skip- enemy
Drive EntersSecondWeek per, Navy Exchange officer, whose unit helped the NAS been thwarted, the rejuvenated
cause with a whopping 82.2 percent participation in the first battleships then would be readyto x.p>
week; Public Works sign painter C. A. Turknett, and H. D. steam to sea to join assault

Rutledge, Navy Exchange chairman._ _____ forces in a more conventionalrole.

(Continued from Page 1)) .

to personnel within their units Aviation Supply Office A Navy official stressed "we

that "cash on hand" is not nec- must take advantage of the increased -

essarily needed to contribute. strategic importance of
Donations can be pledged and Conducting InventoryThe our waterways." }

paid in four equal amounts dur- He said that battleships, con-
ing the drive; or can be pledgedin NAS Jax Supply Department has been undergoinga ; verted to fast-moving missile

the entire amount and paid purification of inventory for the past month under direc- I platforms, would be extremely w _
directly to the Community Chest- tion of Capt. Walter Innis of the Aviation Supply Office in difficult targets for attacking w __v +
United Fund on a semi-annually, Philadelphia.As .
planes or missiles.IF .
quarterly, or monthly basis. ASO troubleshooter, Capt.
Military and civilian personnel Innis travels to approximately] During 1955 he was a repre- Navy THE spokesman plan is said adopted, the >iI

from the following commandsare 30 different Naval installations sentative of the Secretary of De- the first
Missile Monitor
could be in
participating in the cam- sifting and identifying items not fense, serving as defense advisorfor tion on the Lakes posi-
paign, which concludes Nov. 7: needed for aircraft, ones that are, the Austrian State Treaty. Under the by 1965.
Fleet Air Jacksonville; NAS outdated, getting rid of obsolete Later that same year he servedas Iowa and New plan, the. Missouri,
Jersey would
Jacksonville NATTCenter NAS defense advisor be
; ; parts and speeding up process- to Robert
the first BB's
Cecil Field; NAAS May port; ing of critical parts. Murphy, President Eisenhower's converted to MM's.
They would be
Fleet Air Wing Eleven; Naval BEING A qualified pilot, he troubleshooter, to confer with Erie, Lake Huron assigned and to Lake

Hospital, and NARTU. sometimes flies a plane from installation Marshal Tito. Superior.As Lake I

I to installation. How- CAPT. INNIS reports he is the

Nursery Repairs Continue ever, he says "The more engines, only visiting officer that leavesa are nuclear-powered added to destroyers NOT COLD? She skis by
Renovation of the Station Nur- the better I like it," leaving the military installation without a would the Fleet, they the tea shore one of the
jets and super jobs to the younger lot of recommendations, and supplement the giant fancier scenic attractions at
sery is still underway. However, men. what ones he has are taken care MMs. The Navy recently announced Cypress Gardens, Fla., being
the most hectic phase of the of through his home office. award of a contract for mermaid Joan Gay Binette.
modernization program has been design of the first nuclearpowered Under chilly skies too.
completed.The Mentalist Slates After 'leaving NAS Jax Sup- guided missile frigate. -

baby department is now ply,he willreturn to ASO Phila-
operating full-scale and nursery NATTC' VisitMindtingling delphia to record and sort all Bethlehem THE DLGN, to be built at Todd Honorman

meals are also being served is the Hypno- the work completed here. From Steel Company's Edwin Todd, AE1, of Jackson,
Quincy
again. tist-Mentalist billed "Out of This there he's off again, this time. to twin Terrier, Mass.,missiles yard, will fore have Miss.,was honorman in his grad-

World," set to appear in King Pensacola. and Electri-
aft in addition to antisubmarine uating class at Aviation
The Air Force has establishedthe Hall, Building 563, October 30. Native of Roanoke, Va., Capt. School
weapons and cian's
conventional arna- Mate (Class "B")
K irk Innis from
Distinguished Designationand Internationally-known graduated Annapolisin ment.
Excellence in- Competition Allan will perform at 2000 in an 1932. During his career he has last week.

rifleman and pistol shot badges, hours display of his eery.talents. traveled the world over, has "Money isn't everything--," Todd, who joined the Navy in

to be worn by top marksmen apart s The NATTCenter movie will learned the customs of Englandand I wish I knew who said it, January, 1951, has orders to pro-
of the small arms training be shown at 1800 that evening France equally and enjoys For if he didn't have the cash ceed to NAF China Lake for
to make for Allan's show. spending leave in Paris.
program. way He must have had the credit. duty.Page .


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October 23 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Pago 3

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', Hula Hoops
c

Are ReallyVersatile
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Thursday, October 23 :
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Mainside Money, Women iY These hula hoops are really

and Guns (color comedy) with f versatile things.

Jock Mahoney and Kim Hunter. _j k 4/ :'; Being just a simple plastic

Also, Teaser Test.NATTCenterKings. circle with a wooden cork anda

Go Forth staple, the hoop has many uses.
(war romance drama) with Na-
You can stand still and keep
talie Wood and Frank Sinatra.
the thing spinning around your
Also, Hot Stuff and The Green
body, neck, arms or feet. Real
Archer 11
Chapter
clever folks are known to be
Hospital Thunderbirds
able to twirl a hoop around both
(beachhead drama) with John
and feet. (While standingup
arms
Derek and Mona Freeman. Also,
?)
Which Is Witch. .
Friday, October 24
Mainside-Torpedo Run (color Age is no barrier for 'gaining

drama) with Glenn Ford and perfection with the hula hoop I

Ernest Borgnine. Also, Puss N' Witness one elderly gentleman

Toots. .. a ...-.--. .-'--'----...... trying his hand.
NATTCenter Wo- And, too, they even have Tom
Money, faces of sailors and Wares find.
HULA HOOPIN' IT A look of surprise registers on upon
men and Guns. ing out they, tool can make a hula hoop spin. The erase of whirling the light,gay-colored 'plastic Thumb-sized hoops for tiny folk
Hospital Kings Go Forth. hoops has hit NAS Jax Just like every place else In the US. Trying out a new supply of hoop . so they'll be experts by
Saturday, October 25 from the Navy Exchange are left to right, (from rear) Ronald Davis, AN Lucille Irey. SAs Bill the time they reach kindergarten. -
Mainside Monster of the Weekes, JOSH C. P. McWhorter, BU3 Carol Hohenshelt SA H. L. Cobb, AN, and Barbara .
Harding. PN3.Maybe.
Campus (color horror) with Ar- Women use the hula hoop as

thur Franz and Joanne Moore. You Haven't Noticed But an excuse to trim, or try to

Also, Parrot Jungle.NATTCenter trim, the waistline. Enough timehasn't
Torpedo Run. transpired to allow us

Hospital-Money, Women and to reach any waist-trimming
Guns. This Hula Hoop Craze Isn't NewThere's conclusions.

Sunday, October 26 ..
Mainside Creole musical to miss its prey and strike a tree
King been a whole lot of
melodrama) with Elvis It's the but they can throw these hoops were at one time, a very im- I instead, the tree would die an
and Also hula-hoopin' goin' on. away and like skinny but affec- portant ingredient in the brew- agonizing death! That may have
Presley Carolyn Jones. fad that has swept around the
Howdy Partner. One show, 1900 to nothing of tionate donuts they will come ing industry.Many a cooper backin been what happened to the
country say rolling back. Is it not astoundingwhat olden days hammered hoops poisoned oak.SICKNESS.
only. around the children. It's
got-
NATTCenter-Monster on the ten so that no self respecting modern industry will thinkof over many a barrel stave to TOO, has resulted
Campus. would be without one. next? build many a reservoir for ale. from the hoop, for the very children -
Hospital Torpedo Run. family However, the Age of the Hoop At that time, hoops were utilized we see today doing the
in mind the NAS
this
With ,
Monday October 27 did not start just recently. At for less gentile objectives than hula hoop were at one time victims -
Mainside Restless Years Jax Navy Exchange has also felt this time during the 19th Cen- they are in the Day of the Hula of the "whooping" cough.
the of this and is
pulse craze
(drama) with Teresa Wright and supplied with hoops of sun- tury hoops were used in every- Hoop. Science has not, as yet, been
now
John Saxon. Also, Davy Crew colors for those who will be day life as a necessity. Hoops have taken their placein able to discern the causes and
dry
IN FACT hoops were used to the world of sports as well. effects in these relationships, but

Cut.NATTCenter King Creole. hoop-de-doing it. support skirts as far back as the Witness the old English game of I it may be safe to say that

Hospital Monster on the THERE ARE green hoops for 16th Century in Spain. But timesdo croquet where the object of the "whooping" cough does not
Campus. beginners and red hoops for live change and today instead of bloomin' game is to whack theblody cause hula hooping.

Tuesday, October 28 wires, blue hoops for the blue the hoops endeavoring to keep'. wooden ball through a One can thusly understand how

Mainside Spacemaster X-7 blooded and yellow hoops for the skirts up, it is the squirts wooden or wire hoop. hoops have played their part in

(science fiction) with Bill Wil- those of sunny disposition.Not endeavoring to keep the hoops Even today the hoop has become history. Only the future can determine -

liams and Lynn Thomas. Also, only can the kids twirl up.Not the object of affection for whether hula hoops are
Hula Hula Land.NATTCenterRestless. these rings around their bodies only have hoops played the towering basketball player. here to stay or whether they will

Years. like so many Saturnine planets, their part in fashion, but hoops- FOLKLORE DOES not excludethe just fade away like old big

Hospital King Creole. hoop from its annals of the wheels.

Wednesday, October 29 Fleet's Volleyball Budget myth and the tall tale. Witnessthe
Mainside Houseboat (color legend of the hoop snake I

romantic comedy( with Gary Aided By New Na GameUncle which was supposed to roll Itself DIAPER
Grant and Sophia Loren. Also, vy into a hoop by putting its

Top Is Big Top and The Green tail into its mouth and then roll
Archer, Chapter 12. One show, Sam's enterprising Navy has come up with a with incredible speed toward its DOINGSIt

1900 only. new game called Captive Volleyball, according to Navy enemy. The snake was supposedto was "cheaper by the dozen"at

NATTCenter Spacemaster Times.It let go of its tail when it was the Naval Hospital last Week
seems the Fleet is losing a its and slash its with 12 babies being born there.
X7.Hospital Restless Years. great many volleyballs over the The new game will be tried upon enemy
-
sides of its ships, for some rea- out first and evaluated after 60 poisonous:: tail into him. Newcomers are, Boy, Tyrone,
to Douglas Maddox, SD3, and
If the hoop snake happened
son.The days play Mrs. Maddox, Sept. 29; Baby
is designed to
Scout Units new game
Boy increase recreational activity for girl, to Dennis Jeffers, FA, .and
Cumberland Mrs. Jeffers, Sept. 30; Boy, Ken-
At
the boys at sea and also to save
neth Richard, to Marvin Jordan,
the Navy untold dollars in way- f >'r
Project/ Eyed ward volleyballs.THE HM2, and Mrs. Jordan, Sept. 30.

meeting has been scheduled NEW game resembles the :t I\/. Also, Baby boy, to Lt (jg) and

October 29 for parents of normal volleyball game, exceptfor 't Mrs. Leslie Lilly, Sept. 30; Baby

boys eight-years-of-age and one thing, a wire is stretched boy, to Paul Martin, AMI, and
over interested in getting length of the net to which a +*v: Mrs. Martin, Sept. 30; Girl, Su-

Scout units for the Cumber- ring is attached. : #) anne, to Robert Lasch, PH3, and

land Housing Project.Set The ring in turn is hooked up Mrs. Lasch, Oct. 1; Boy, Danile

for the Cumberland to a cord and the cord is then Newton, to Hiram Simmons,
Project's Social Hall, the attached to the volleyball. ? t tF ATI, and Mrs. Simmons, Oct. 1.

gathering is expected to startat Length of the cord is deter- F And, Baby girl, to Dewitt

2000. mined by size of the recreationarea. rya ii Hamel, DC1, and Mrs. Hamel,

Representatives of the Mus- \y4s( <. aN Oct. 2; Baby boy, to Wedward
kogee Scout District and ON A HANGAR deck, where McKinney, AEC, and Mrs. Mc-

North Florida Council will be the full 60-by-30 regulationcourt Kinney, Oct. 2; Baby boy, to

on hand to discuss steps in can be set up, a 30-foot Gene Shannon, AMI, and Mrs.

organizing Boy Scout troop cord will be used. Shannon, Oct. 2; Baby boy, to

and or Cub Scout pack. Here are a few of the rules: Harold Smith, Jr., FN, and Mrs.

It's believed there are ample 1) Ball can be touched only Smith, Oct. 2, and Baby boy, to
boys residing at Cumberlandto three times after service before Corpl. and Mrs. Herbert Tor-

be able to form Scout units. going back over the net; 2) the rence, Oct. 2.

cord line must remain free and

had unhampered as much as pos- : N.; iI';.>. ..- ordered for
Judge to Joshua: (who 1lsr::;.rtro. xi'JK'; A man goulash
sible 3)) game may consist of NAWS INSTRUCTOR-ACTOR John Tacy GF1, displays
on suspicion) ; two and found a large mouse in
been picked up
and Ware Sue Wheeler presented him by the Jackson
made two, four or six players, to trophy
"Are you the Joshua who wrapping arounda yule Little Theatre. His role in "Jane" last season brought him the stew.
line
the sun stand still?" 4) the cord laurels as Best Supporting Actor of 1957. Tacy, an instructorat Said the waiter: "Don't shout
Joshua: "No, suh, ah'm the net post constitutes an out-of- Naval Air Weapons System School, has done considerable and wave about it, or the rest
who made the moonshinestill. play situation and no penalty is work in the theatre and is currently pla7ing in "Visit To a "
Joshua involved. Small Planet" at the Little Theatre. will be wanting one too.
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October '23 1958
Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS s



I Marine Corps To Renew MarCad TrainingFlight r Divine



training for 307 Leather- THE FIRST group of 11 is within its own ranks. essary, the Corps said, but this Services'

necks is scheduled for the first scheduled to begin pre-flight To qualify, candidates must may be waived for enlisted Ma-

year of the revived Marine Aviation training July 6, the Marine Corps meet physical requirements and rines on active duty who qualify ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

Cadet (MARCAD) Program. said. be male citizens of unquestionedmoral through examination. Sunday, October 26

Corps Hq. said applicationswill integrity. Applicants must not have fail- 0930-Sunday School for ages
I Acquiring of its trained
many
be beginning Jan. flight training by three through adults. Bldg. 722;
accepted pilots through the Navy's Avia- THEY MUST be at least 18 ed previous
Jan. 1, 1959, for the 18-month and under 25 years of age upon reason of flight deficiency and Service of Divine Worship, Chap-
course to be conducted at Naval tion Cadet program since 1941, application, unmarried and agreeto must agree to serve at least lain Osman.

Air Training Command,. Pen- the Corps recently revealed remain so until commissioned.Two three years on active duty fol- 1109-Service of Divine Wor-

sacola, Fla. plans to restore aviation cadets years of college are nec- lowing graduation. (AFPS). ship, Chaplains Alexander and

Prickett.
M
,
1800 Teen-age Fellowship,

I Scouting I Navy WivesCorner Bldg. 722.Monday, October 27

1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722.

VAH-l Wednesday, October 29
On occasion of the third an- 1530-Junior Choir, Bldg. 722.

niversary of Heavy Attack Navy Wives Club No. 86 held 1630-Youth Choir, Bldg. 722.
Squadron One plans are being October 15
its meeting
regular
Thursday, October 30
made for a squadron party Oc-
at the Dewey Park Clubhouse.
tober 24. 1915 All Saints'Rehearsal,
Hostesses were Mrs. H. Pickett, All Saints' Chapel.ST. .
The affair, an open house, will
Mrs. Barney Meyers and Mrs.
be preceded by an inspection. EDWARDS CHAPEL
Mae Middleton. New members 4
Following this, men and their Schedule of Masses
welcomed to the Club were Mrs. I
families will tour Hangar 123. Sunday, October 26
Helen Wilson, Mrs. D. Gauger ,
Visitors will be treated to 0830-1000 Sunday.
and Mrs. J. Calhoun. ,
many demonstrations of the A3D 0630Daily.ST. .
including peeks at the tail tur- The Ward Party given by the

rets in action and the all-wea- }..... Club to patients of Duval Medi- LUKE'S CHAPEL
ther radar gear. vLVY'v cal Center was considered a Naval Hospital0630Catholic

Good food should conclude an great success. Mrs. Wilbert Wag- Mass.
enjoyable get-together. ner was in charge of the affair. 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
vNt4 ship, Chaplain Bryant.
.
At the 21st National Conven-
+ Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
VA-44 ;:f,: r tion of Navy Wives, Mrs. Wallace
-Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751.
It looks like Lcdr. Bruce Rob- Everoski was elected National
ertson, Safety Officer of VA-44, ,Ifi .. $M:; "'ijM.L: Parliamentarian and Mrs. John Christian Science Tuesday
1900-Bldg. 751.
can be considered "lucky man of REACH 20-YEAR MARK Two veteran employees of Demon was elected Membership
the month." NAS Jax Public Works Department were awarded 20.year service Chairman.
pins at a recent ceremony. Hope Mills (left) and Elvin Two Parties In
Last Saturday, Lcdr. Robertson Carter (center) both with combined service of well over 40 Plans are underway for a ba- Offing

married the former Barbara years, receive pins from Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public Works zaar to be held November 8 on For NATTCenter EM
Ann Mauldin at the Methodist Officer. <
the Clubhouse grounds: It pro- Two parties are in the offing
Church in
St. Augustine. mises to be a gala affair. More for NATTCenter in late October.

orders Tuesday to the morning choice, duty he received of aideto Public Works Pair AwardedTwentyYear details will be given later. The first, a Happy Hour, is slat-

the Inspector General in ed for 1900 October 28, in EM

Washington, D. C. Service PinsNAS NEW NAVY DAY Lounge of Building 593.
At 1930, October 31, the Octo-

Officer T-Master SLOGAN ISSUED"U.S. ber Birthday Party and Halloween -
Jax Public Works Department, under directionof Dance will take place in

Meeting Is Held Captain J. Henry Etter, honored two of its employeeslast Navy-Symbol of Di- Building 593. All hands are invited -
week who have completed service in excess of twenty plomacy, Strength and Free- to both parties.
Preceding the regular meetingof dom"-that's the official slo-
years.
Navy Jax Officers Toastmasters for 1958 mark-
Under the Incentive Awards gan Navy Day ,
this week, there was a pre- at NAS Jax, for a total of over ing the 100th anniversary of
Programs of Civil Service, the O&REmployeeGiven
sentation in speechcraft. 20 years. the father of our modern
two employees were presentedwith
Table topics for the eveningwere The two employees were con- Navy, Theodore Roosevelt.The .

conducted by Bill High- emblem the Navy's in recognition anchor-type of gratulated by fellow workers in theme is in line with Patent
lapel
smith. These consisted of solicit- Capt. Etter's office after presen- the policy carried out by
their and faithful service to
ing opinions on the use of dual the Federal long government. tation of the 20 year pins.A Teddy Roosevelt, said Rear For InventionThe

crews on atomic submarines. Admiral C. C. Kirkpatrick,
ELVIN CARTER, one of the Britisher, Mr. Dan Dunn first patent ever
Clancy Rich was toastmasterfor Chief of Information, becausethe pre-
has served three Gave "Edward" as name to sented
the occasion. Speakers were: recipents yearsin former President observedthe aboard NAS Jax was

Bill Mitchell, who spoke on the the Army, over three years in each son. Navy as an instrument of received by one of 0 & R's

ultimate weapon; Sam Anderson i the Navy and has been at NAS When folks said, "Absurd!" diplomacy, through whose assistant production control-

who described what is meant Jax in a civilian capacity for He replied, "Ain't you heard strength freedom can be men last Friday.

by nice lines, and Bill Grogan, : over 13 years. That two Eds are better than maintained. Presented to Jesse Marable of

who spoke on salesmanship. Hope Mills, the other twenty- one?" Supply Dispatch Division, the

year employee, has been with the 17-year letters patent establishesan

Memorial Stadium War Department, Federal Security integral skin and core cutter
Agency, Resettlement Admini- tool for use on metalite surfacesof

Reaches ,Fund GoalFunds stration, National Employment aircraft.
Service, Civil Service Commis- MARABLE
designed the pat-
for the Navy-Marine sion, OPA, Red Cross, WAA, and ent for the Navy so that speci-
Corps Stadium are still comingin
excess of the $3 million need- fied repairs on metalite surfaces
Air Force Now Part may be carried
ed to finance the new home for out with more
Navy Academy football. speed and safety. The tool en-
Of SchoolAnother
NAWS
Goal for the drive, underwaysince ables repair time to be cut from

January 1957, was reachedin first has been added three hours to eight minutes.

August, but as, funds are still by the Naval Air Weapons Marable started working on his

coming in, the extra money will Systems School at NATTCenterwith idea about six years ago and
be placed in the maintenancefund arrival of eight Air Force it took him about three months

for the new double-deck, enlisted men for a course of in- to complete. His plan was pre-

29,000-seat stadium, the work on struction. t } sented to the Patent Office in

which formally began March 1. During the four-week course, July 1953 and in the following

I I the men will be taught the use April the Office requested a

American Legion Forms of a new type of radar utilizedin search to see if a similar idea

Navy Fire control systems. had been submitted before.
Drum And Bugle Corps
AFTER FOUR
years of wait-
Tho
s e' attending are S/Sgt.
American
Legion Posts of
ing, Marable was informed that
Jacksonville have united in Davey Carpenter, S/Sgt. Henry his idea was acceptable and the

forming a drum and bugle corps Huffman, A/1C Richard Delisle, a ? patent would become effective

consisting of members of eight A/2C Craig Ashmore, and A/2C this September.
Posts in Duval County.
There are still openings in John Kuehnert, all attached to .---..-.........--...----- Marable has had a wide experience "
the corps and anyone interested 679th Aircraft Control and RECEIVES PATENT Jesse Marable, (center) had the in aircraft manufactureand
should call EX 8-0123 for further Warning Squadron. honor last week of being the first man aboard NAS Jax to be repair. From 1941-43 he was
presented a government patent. Marable, assistant production engine instructor at the NAS Jax
information. controlman at 0 & R Department receives patent and congratulations ground school
Rehearsals are scheduled each Daffynishuns: Filing cabineta from Comdr. Grayston H. Weber, NAS Jax execu- and was chief in-
Monday night "at Post 88 place where papers are lost al- tive officer, (right) and Capt. T. B. Haley, (left) 0 &; R Officer spector of engineering materials
on
Marable designed in Internal skin and core cutter for metalite and O& R chief aircraft inspec-
the Southside. phabetically. surfaces. tor.





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JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

NAWS School Also In Lead




a M Ensigns Trim AK Sails I

T. Jackson reported to
thlon headquarters at Ft.

Houston, Texas, recentlyis To Keep Gridiron Lead
[ now training with 1]lp
.
candidates for the US Action in second half of the NATTCenter Touch Foot-

ball League got underway last week with the brace of first- I

old Myers. Westover AFB, place teams both winning two games.
i, shattered 250 consecutiveto Aviation i Ground Officers

lead the AF Skeet Teame School pumped out a 24-0 decision ers and AvFund School duelingto

top position in the World over Aviation Storekeepers a 0-0 deadlock for the second

Service Championship at School, then dumped Sup- time this season.

rford, Mich. S. S port Splinters, 18-0. Also, the Storekeepers took a

ice Eddie Erdelatz took over } Other co-leaders, Naval Air 19-14 tilt from AvFund, while

elm of Navy's football team Weapons Systems School, won a Marines eased past AO School,

[950, the Middies have de- 12-6 affair from Marine Aviation 12-6.

d Army five times, tied i J Detachment, then captured a 15-
and lost two games. Lii. : : j 6 verdict over Aviation Electri-

Bantum _.Wwf.wvT.',WvvvvW.vvyWyWWWvgWMvtf_lllhlliftiWW,,,"WMH"',,AW.....gg| flMHMVlHHHKK.fr't>_.....<.'feMvMKXAv: .... cian's Mate School.
n 7th Inf., 6-foot, CHALK UP ANOTHER Airborne Early Warning Squadron The Missilemen own a 6-0-3
h, 235-pound Olympic Shotr 4 recently gained third leg on the Ironman Trophy, emblematic record while AGO boasts a 7-1-1 TheWATER
from Manhattan College, of Mainside intramural sports supremacy. VW-4 madea mark. AE School is third with a
the shot 55 feet eight inchesone shambles of the January-June competition by piling up 4520 6-3-0 slate.
[ record and threw theer points, clearly outdistancing nearest rival ComFair Jax which
167 feet five inches recorded 1820 point. One more win by VW-4 will allow it to The Sparkies managed to stay LINEReports
for permanently retire the award. Accepting trophy from Capt. alive by a 2-0 forfeit win over
_ her in the US Army Europe Elliott W. Parish (left) NAS Jax skipper is Comdr. Nicholas
pionship. Brango VW-4 commanding officer, (right) with Ll (Ug) ) Carl the Ordnancemen. from the Station Fish
Hill, of VW4, looking on. Other action found the Splint- Camp indicate .that bass fishingis
tine Larry Boardman MC-
in spite of cool
Parris Island, S. C. former Action Almost Nil -i ; ; ,. }v? 'ik weather.improving As a matter of fact,
weight contender, has the C dCY'a? r i p
we'd like to know the secret of
ction of defeating fourd On Mainside IM the fisherman who caught the

| champions, Sandy Sadler, ,.. i, ,' eight pounder in the St. Johns
ay Carter, Wallace "Bud"h ,
; ] Kc the other day.
and Paddy Demarco. Football FrontsAction e .

in the Mainside Touch All but one of the Swan sail-
AAU been tested and they
BOXING boats have
Football
League slowed almostto
all appear to be safe, sound,
TOP CLUBS STATIC
VENT CARDED a standstill last week as only pleasurable craft. It is anticipated -

ecember 1-3 has been set three games were played. that the sail boat rental pro-

J dates for the Florida AAU The "Cane Hunters" of VW-4 FOWLING LOOPSAction gram will be implemented on a
the next two
within
xing Tourney limited scale
an annual and Fasron-Six played to a 6-6
lair held at the Main and tie and was the watchword around Mainside intramural weeks.
league leading 679th .
aver Sts. Arena. bowling circles last week.In .
Any amateur boxer, 16- downed last place VF-173, 7-6. the American circuit, VW-4 "B" holds the top rung Comdr. Cook, NATTCenter

lars of age or over, is eli- VW-4, struggling to stay in but is. being challenged. .by onrushing Special Services. Administrative Officer, has recently -
become proud owner ofa
ble to enter the meet. A contention, blanked Fasron 109, Special Services climbed from I
number of service person- 7-0. deep in fifth place to the runner- so copped high individual series 22-foot Owens inboard cruiser,
|1 is expected to enter. up slot, tumbling FAW-11 to with a 583. which he has docked at the BOQ

individual i champion- Rest of the league was inactive fourth position.IN HIGH TEAM game went to pier. Reports, as a result of the

- lips will be decided in the because of operations and situa- NATIONAL League, stand O & R Enlisted with an 898, with "shakedown" are that she is a

2-119-125-132-139-147-156- tions that couldn't be coped with. ings remained static except for the O & R Crew also grabbing very comfortable, very smooth
5-178 and heavyweightses. high team series 2572. handling craft.Handicap.
STANDINGS one club losing out in a three- ,

Team way battle for the top rung. High average race is deadlocked -
W L T Pel. ,
[Green Cove Springs Navy with long-time leader
First place is being shared by TourneyTo
1 679th 6 0 1 1.000
expected to be hand
on to Christensen of ComFair Jax "A"
Operations and ComFair Jax "A"
VW-4 8 1 1 .800
fend its Open division NARTU 2 1 2 .667 with former co-holder, 679th Air and Donaghy of NARTU "A" Station

[ .Jax Navy mitten VP-16 8 3 0 .625 Force, slipping to show position. both holding a 172 mark. Spark
finished second. VMM 3 2 0 .600
VA-176 2 2 1 .500 High individual game honorsin In the American League, John Fall Golf CalendarThe
Fas-6 2 3 2 .400 the National loop last week Colman of VW-4 "B," with 234,
VP-18 1 2 0 .333 to Tom Donaghy of NAR- Golf Tour-
went
arines Fly High Fas-109 1 6 1 .143 captured high individual game Fall Handicap
VF-173 0 6 0 .000 TU "A," with a 241. Donghy al- honors with i individual series nament, an annual fray at the
Keg League Station links, is currently under-
best mark being posted by Ralph
Jigh-flying Marine way with linksters taking stabsat
Aviation
achment maintained its torpace rice, author of a 586. qualifying for various flights

in the NATTCenter in- AMERICANTeam this week.

ural scratch bowling league w;>iti W L Pd. Flights to be selected from

week. VW-4 "B" ................ 24 4 .M7 qualifying will have 16 partici-
Spec. Serf ................ 27 9 :.750VAP62 pants each. All flights will be
ction found the MAD five i "B" ............ 23 9 .719
ing three games from upstart FAW.ll .................... 244 11 yf .680 composed according to net scores.
port 'i.r Fasron.6 "A" .......... 19 9 .679 First round action is slated to
who t
Splinters had
been VP-l' ........................ 254 14144 .637 start next Wednesday, October,
[ contention for the top spot.h FAETU "A" .......... 18 11 .563 29 and until November 1.
o & R Off. ............ 17 111 .513 run
e second-place Ordnance- VW-4 "D" ................ 14 14 ..500679th Second round play is set for
n remained a threat to the ;r} "A" ................ 15 17 .469 November 2-5.
: NARTU "B" ............ 11 ........18 .410 third round
[ders by taking a trio of games -4 Hospital................... 12 20 .375 Dates for compe-
m the Missilemen of NAWS ,.fi..Yffcr. < S9 'Yic s f.. 4 e$ AETU "C" .............. 9 15 .375 tition are November 6-8 with
; r Marine Bks.-.. 11 21 .344 final round scheduled November

1001. 'YiyS Disbursing ................ 114 244 .319 9-12.
:
: Comr..Jr Jax "B" .. 11 25 .306
A.44 "B" ................ 9 27 .2M Each match will be over the
Dental "A" .............. 8 22' .214 18-hole route with all golfers
200 CLUB I NATIONAL using full handicap difference.

Pairings will be listed in theStation
ew members welcomed into Team W L Pd.
.,Yk,. golf shack, October 28.
200 Club are: ComFalr Jax "A" .. 21 'I '.750
Idon. Supply..................................... 214 Operations ................ 21 'I ..750679th All participants will have an
>dden 679th 'A' ................................. 211 "B" ................ 25 11 .694 : established handicap. Players
gan )Supply ........................................ 209 r s:: : :: : ft aoi
................
|rning. Disbursing .............................. 207 VW-4 "A" 18 10 .643 who do not have one must playa
Vey. VW-4 'B' ................................. 204 NARTU "A" ............ 23 13 .639
adows. VW-4 'Ba : .......................... 203 VP-18 ... ............ ......... 19 13 .594 minimum of three rounds 'in
ComFair Jax 'B' ........................ 201 order to
A-44 "A" .............. qualify.
dell. Commun. .............'........,.. 200 22 18 .550
eman VW-4 "B" 234 Fasron-8 "B" ........ 17 15 .531
nson DisbursingVW4 216 : o & R Enlisted. .... 19 1'1 .1128 Al Carmichael, Green Bay
I'Lapenna'rtz "D"VW4 20Q 203 l.. itazw VAlid....................... 19 1'1 .528
"B" Packers halfback and Johnnie
............ ,
*
ers CGJ "A" 216 VAP-62 "A" 13 15 .464
eer O&R Enlist. 203 ;...;::;:....:w _.w' m.______ FAETU "n" ..... ...... 14 18 .438 Olszewskl, Washington Redskins
pdburg trick NARTU VA-44 "A""A" 213 211 "KEEP UP THE LEFT" Says Chuck Phillips, (right) Supply ..................... 17 23 .425 fullback, play baseball stars in
lire VW-4 "A" 203 Jax Navy boxing mentor to George Vargas of Fasron Six Communications .... 135 22/4 .375 the uniform of the Washington
...............
hopeful for a position on the novice squad. Vargas if learning Dispensary 11 21 .344 Senators in Warner Bros.:
en there's the story of the finer points of the ring game and is working out daily at Dental "B" ....... ...... 12 24 .333 screen
d Daschund he met his Mainside gym along with veterans from last season and other Waves ......... .. .., .... 74 16yS .312 version of the musical, "Damn
d going around a tree. beginners. VW-4 "C'".............. ...... 8 28 .222 Yankees."



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS October 23 1958

WAS Jax Assists leG PatrolMeets



SupplV Problem; i iK


''I Icebreaker Gets Goods f # Y y t '



NAS Jax Supply Department had an unusual problem

recently. It had barely two hours to prepare emergency t .
delivery of a helicopter blade to NAAS Mayport where
it would be flown to an icebreaker 850 air miles distant.
Supply came through to meet
the deadline but first the pro- cargo under 18 feet long. Becauseof

blem of getting a plane big passenger spaces commercial
enough to load the 27-foot en- airlines were even more limitedin

cased helicopter blade had to be cargo: capacity. ..S 4,N .
solved. SUPPLY CALLED N ART U, ; r.Sb 3?,oKt3 ? r T:;, ;i?. r pit 't

ON OCT. 1, Supply received a Fasron,109, Operations, and VW-
message from Aviation Material 4 where big planes might have

Office in Norfolk with an order been available, but in each case

for the blade to be sent for an there were no flights going to

"AOCP" helicopter aboard the Quonset Point or any schedules BEGINNING OF LONG TRIP This encased helicopter
USS Glacier (AGB 4) at Quonset that could be altered for a flight blade U being moved from NAS Jax Supply Department at
there. start of long journey to the USS Glacier at Quonset Point, R. I. CREDIT UNION
Point R. I. prior to 1600 Oct. 3.
Just before 1600 Oct., 2, Comdr. Norman Davison, AKC, (left) Supply Duty Officer, had scarce-
The first snag was hit when ly two hours to have the blade loaded on a plane in Mayport VOTES TO LIFT
L. D. Whitcher
the usual air cargo service Control Division to meet the emergency_order.VA44 .
"Operation Quicktrans" (U. S. Officer, phoned ComNavAirLantand LOANS LIMITThe
Overseas Airlines, Inc.) an- learned that the blade could
nounced that it couldn't accept be transported on a special VR-1 Pilots Ferry Board of Directors of

the blade because its ,R5D air- flight leaving Mayport at 1830. the Jax Navy Federal Credit
This gave NAS Supply Duty Union recently voted to raise
craft were limited to pieces of
Officer, Norman Davison, AKC, Skyhawks Across SeaThree the limit on unsecured loansto

Surprise Visit about two hours to arrange for $2,000.

a semi-trailer and truck to be tiny A4D Skyhawks from Attack Squadron 44 of This means you can now
(Continued from Page 1)) loaded with the blade and takento NAS Jax touched down in Port Lyautey, Morocco Thurs- consolidate your loans up to

picked the baby up and spankedit Mayport to be placed aboardan day to complete the first transoceanic flight ever scheduledfor that amount by getting a cosigner -
to start it breathing. R4D aircraft. the miniature bomber.As for each $200 over the

Morgan had an emergency kit With little time to spare, the part of a new replacementplan I $400 limit on single signature.Rate .
in the back of his car and placed blade reached Mayport and was recently initiated by the I ceeded to the Azores. of interest is a low
loaded aboard the R4D to be three quarters of one per cent
j the baby in a receiving blanket. Navy, the bombers will become After a night's rest there and
swept off to the Glacier sched- per month on unpaid balance
"I tried to get the help of part of the Sixth Fleet while the more fuel, the Skyhawks arriv-
uled to sail on, ice patrol from which averages fourandahalf -
passersby in hopes I could geta pilots will return to Jax ed in Port Lyautey Thursday.THE .
Davisville, R.I. the next after per cent a year.
noon.
woman to help us, but I guess TAKING OFF Sunday, the NEW system of keepingthe All Credit Union loans are

they thought I was crazy waving Florida Man Gets Highest three planes, piloted by Lcdr. Sixth Fleet up to maximum covered by death and disabil-
my arms and yeling," said I James Homyak, VA-44 Opera- strength, airplane wise, was in-
ity insurance. In other words
i Morgan. I Average At AOA( ) SchoolDan tions Officer, Lt. Ken Wallace augurated early this i summer the debt dies with the debtor.,

WHEN THE Morgans reached i McVicker i AOAN, of and Lt. Jim Willis, flew to Quon- when F8U Crusaders joined the The Credit Union is aboard
the hospital, the attendants, after, Princeton, Fla., had the highest set Point where they waited until fleet from Jax over the fly-over the Station to serve all mili-
hearing the story, nicknamed the I scholastic average to become Tuesday before taking off on route. tary and civilian personnelof
baby}; boy "Shan" after its birth: honorman in his graduating classat the historic flight. Prior i to then, fighter and the Navy in Duval County.
place. Aviation 1 Ordnancemen's Following the great circle bomber aircraft going to the Take advantage of its many
School (Class A) last week. the three headed
The route, pilots Mediterranean were taken
baby, named Coy David, services and patronize the
weighed in at nine pounds, and Princeton is still awaiting re- their planes from Quonset td Ar- aboard aircraft carriers assignedto Credit Union for all your
measured 22 inches."I assignment. He joined the Navyin gntia, Newfoundland where Military Sea Transportation borrowing needs.Classified.
I January, 1958. they refueled inflight and pre- Service and delivery ran much
felt closer to the baby by
slower than that provided by the
"
giving natural birth, said Mrs.
Morgan, "because I got to stay new method.
with it almost all the time, more 4 4 : I! VA-44, outfit to which the
than I would have otherwise." planes were attached, recently
underwent another whenit For Rent
What did the husband think change
46 became 4-Rm. Cottage. San Juan &
unit of Car-
4 a training
after his trying but harrowing
Niblet St. EV 8-5503. Belisario.
rier Air
experience? Group Four, designateda
aB, p b S .,; t sQQ replacement pilot training air i 4-Rm. Furn. Apt. 3859 Her-
"I've heard of things like this," group. I schel. $70 Mo. EV 7-1950. Clark.
said Morgan, "but I never fig- O 'r
HEADED BY 3-Bdrm. House. 5063 GlenwoodSt.
Capt. Robert G.
ured it would hapen to us.
Dose, Carrier Air Group Four $90 Mo. EV 9-9793 after 1600.

now has training squadrons up 2-Bdrms. Furn. 4740 ArapahoeAve.
Korean Vets and down the East Coast with EV 9-8129. Brooks.

ik M experienced pilots ready to fly 1-Bdrm. with kitch. priv. Near

Can Convert any and all types of Navy air- King & College Sts. 2772 MyraSt.
craft and to train new aviators EV 8-9203.
coming into the Fleet.
Term 4-Rm. Apt. 1218 Challen Ave.
Policy It's these instructors who also Furn. EV 9-0291. Hanks.

double as ferry pilots for extended Furn. Apt. 5934 Wesconnett
P r e v i o u sly nonconvertibleterm trips when the call goes Blvd. SP 1-1106. Oakley.
GI insurance will soon be out for a replacement aircraft.VA44's .
2-Bdrm. Unfurn. House. 336
convertible, the Veterans Admin-
istration has announced.The commanding officer, Milwaukee Ave. (Orange Park).
Comdr. Clifford A. McDougal, $50 Mo. CO 4-9962. Boatwright.For .
new policy, to begin next .s stressed the fact that fast delivery -
January, will affect more than of aircraft to the Fleet Sale

685,000 Korean Conflict veterans has more significance than mere- 3-Bdrm. Home. (Ortega Hills).
'Ml J'AfPS ly adding muscle to an already Equity. EV 7-5003 for appoint-

A new statute will provide the strong air arm. ment.

thousands of "RS" policy hold- "It also proves," he said, "the 2-Bdrm. Trailor. Yukon Trlr.
ers (RS preceding the policy num- potential striking capability of Pk. Lot 25. EX 8-6522. Neeld.

ber identifies policies affected) Naval Air through the trans- 2-Bdrm. House. Buy equity
with three options: Career Team At CPO Club oceanic flight of the Skyhawk." and assume $54 Mo. payt's. 6248

1. To convert their RS term i Pennant Dr. West Kennington.
In a special VIP luncheon at
policies to permanent ,of
plans
GI insurance. the CPO Club next Wednesday, at 1130 and should anyone desire VP-5 'Foxes' Miscellaneous
members of several of the Sta- the Career Appraisal Teams Wanted: Ride from PlantersRd.
2. To exchange their RS term tion's Career Appraisal Teams will stay after 1300 to give individual (Continued from Page 1)) (Southside) to NATTC area

policies for a "limited convertible" will give a run-down on career counseling. the Arctic pack ice flows so that (Bldg. 554)). Hrs-0730-1600. Ext-
term policy carrying a aspects of the Navy. Speakers for the day will beheaded supply ships can get through to 8122. Mary Pitney.
lower premium rate, but which, Following a brief summary of by James Branard, ADC, far northern defense sites. Wanted: Swap-Airman with
after Sept. 1, 1960, cannot be provisions of MedCare; Survivors of ComFairJax. Handling various Various missions have necessi- two years obligated service due
renewed by persons who have Benefits; Contingency Option aspects of a Navyman's career tated short deployments to such to be trans. to USS Roosevelt.
passed their 50th birthday. Plan; Disability Retirement and will be David McCarthy, places as Thule and Sondre- Would like to exchange duty

3. To keep their RS term Reserve Benefits, the floor will ADC, of FAW-11, Ensign Joseph strom, Greenland; Frobisher with someone at NAS Jax; NAS
policies at the currently estab- be open to any and all questionsfrom Jenkins of Medical, Mac Mc- Bay, Northwest Territory; Goose Cecil Field, or NAAS Mayport.

lished premium rates, which increase chiefs and their wives. Guckin, ADI, of ComFairJax, Bay, Labrador; Keflavik,Iceland, Jerald Purser, AN, Fasron 6
every five years. The VIP luncheen will begin and a group from NARTU. and Lajes. transient. Bks. 917. NAS Jax.