Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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1060 E-7s Slated To Become Master, Senior Chiefs I

The results of the E-8 and Brooks, AOC; Charles Clark, all rates for E-8 and E-9 except Although no Waves were E-9 examination to about 9000

E-9 August exams are out! AOC; Newton Delchamps, for master chief boiler- picked for the E-9 grade, through a quota system, 18,000
Among the 1060 E-7s pro- AOC; Delbert Jones, AOC; maker and senior chief in- five were chosen for E-8. competed in the August exams -

moted to senior and master Ernest Lane, AEC; John Lam- strumentmen.The The list published this weekis and from this group selections -

chiefs, eleven from NAS Jax mons, AOC; Wilard McPherson largest number of selections the first of the present fis- were made.In .

are represented on Navy-wide ATC; Kenneth Seefried, for any rate in the cal year with a second list to the February exam, Vice
promotion lists issued this AEC, and Emmett Story,AEC. E-8 class went to the aviation be printed next spring upon Adm. H. P. Smith, Chief of

week. According to Navy Times, machinist's mate designationwith completion of the February Naval Personnel, said, "every
N AS Jax's only E-9 is the 1060 names on the pro- 61, while radiomen and exams. Approximately the chief who is eligible and can

Mainside's only promotedchief motion lists were 15 shy of machinist's mates were run- same 'number of E-8 and E-9 get his comanding officer's approval -

Richard Moore, ADC, what was expected. Of the ners-up with 47 each. selections will be made next will get an opportunityto
from NAMTD. total, 146 chiefs will add two Aviation machinist's mates spring. take the tests.Promotions .
From NATTCenter, the ten stars to their uniforms while and radiomen were the top Although BuPers tried to based on the

chiefs promoted to E-8 are: 914 will be one-star chiefs. rates in the E-9 selections, cut down the number of applications second exams are expected to

Leon Austin, AEC; Elm e r Selections were picked in both tieing with eight each. in the first E-8 and be made in May.

41,008 Enlisted

Men To Advanceovemher



Promotions resulting from

petty officer advancementexams 1.
held in August have .-- .-/ .' .

been authorized by BuPersfor Vol. 16 No. 31 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida October 30 1958

41,008 men, it was dis-
('Jos) d by Navy Times this I

week. ((-UF CampaignI
Nov. 16 will be promotion day
for 2000 sailors advanced to POI 44

and for 13,588 enlisteds to P02.
Those advanced to P03 will be iKvk ;sa

upgraded THE RESULTS starting for Dec.those 16. who At 44% Of GoalThe I

took the promotion exams at .Navy-Duval Community Chest-United Fund Drive

NAS Jax will be known some- 1 has reached 44.2 percent of its $66,420 goal in the first two
time around the turn of the weeks of the campaign latest figures disclose.

month. NAS Jax command leads the
__ f .. "' NAS Cecil Field, 13.4 percent;
Striker in of goal
designation, but no percentage '
and Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 13.4
pay advancement, will go to date, with 61.1 percent I'
aw percent NAAS Mayport and Naval -
3556 non-rated: men who took r i CLOSE BEHIND is NARTU
a. Hospital have not yet filed
the P03 exams.Meanwhile r 'tr which has posted 60.3 percent.
NATTCenter shows a 56.8 per-
the Navy disclosedmore Military and civilian personnelof
cent percentage of goal Com-
details on the first designations the eight participating com-
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville
for proficiency pay. mands are reminded once again
(including carriers), 24.9 percent;
THE 1468 chief petty officers they can contribute in cash or

who will get $30 pro-pay start- can pledge their share. They can

ing Nov. 16 will be notified EARLY XMAS pledge and pay four equal
through the Naval Examining amounts during the course of the

Center at Great Lakes. Individ- OUTS MULLEDIn drive; or can pledge the entire

ual notfications will not be sent two weeks, the Defense amount and pay directly to the

out by BuPers. ,__" nmm m' mn'nmnom..n..n.nnm_ Department will announce its Community Chest-United Fundon
Those who get the pro-pay advances WITCH'S CREW A peek into the supernatural world new holiday early outs policy, a semi-annually, quarterly, or
caw this gathering of Halloween-type creatures at the (Dr. which will be approval or disapproval monthly basis.A .
were picked 'from the Jekle and Mr.) Hyde Park Country Club this week. This gala FURTHER breakdown of
lists established by the August gathering, composed of officers of VA-44, represents scream"witch" of a plan which units within commands shows
this "schreek"as would give men who plan to
exams. is taking place throughout country the following percentage of con-
the spirits of ghosts and goblins reign supreme. be discharged sometime dur-
An examination tributions of Oct 24 under
will be held as :
ing the Dec. 20-Jan. 4 holiday -
in November for those below NAS Jax: Navy Exchange, 103.8;
leave period, an early out
E-7 and approximately 18,100 Creepy Denizens Of Deep on or before Dec. 20. Communications, 80.9; Public
enlisteds Works 80.5 Commissary Stores
will be designated for The Dec. 20 through Jan. 4 ; ,
$30 pro-pay increases which will 80.5; Industrial Relations, 77.7;
holiday leave has been set for
go into effect on Jan. 16. Inhabit Earth Tomorrow ? all training activities under Household Goods, 71.4; Comp-

management control of the troller, 67.4; ComNabSix, 63.3;

TermRetentioDContract Tomorrow night when all is asleep, the seepy-eyed Chief of Naval PersonnelThe Security, 62.5; O&R, 57.6; Ma-
denizens of the netherland will once more inhabit the earthon Dec. 20-Jan 4 period rine Barracks, 51.8; Supply, 49.4;

their annual visit. At least that's what the Druids believed covers three weekends at the Audit Office, 48.6; Administration -

Bill and these early Britons were the originators of Hal- height of the holiday season. 47.5; Dental, 45.2; NavalAir

loween as far back as the Seventh Century.. The Marine Corps has not Mobile Training, 27.0; Opera-
To Show AgainA Halloween originally meant"hallowed" yet decided if it will issue tions, 25.2; USAF 679th, 15.4;and
ON ALL SAINTS Day, the Training Devices, Medical, Fuel
or "holy evening" and I early
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))
term retention contract bill for the Druids it was a religious

will be pushed by the Pentagonin celebration that took place on

the 1959 session of Congress. the night preceding All Saint's .
4' #
y' :::: > *
Defense will ask for: a law which Day, which during ,the Eighth iEST1im r N l
will force Reserve officers on Century was held on November OJ M M im lU a

active duty after 14 years to 1. It has been observed this same .. ", '..:w:':" '::. : ,; ,: ::;,;" :. ,, : '" } :.{;. ,x'r; ,..,.,..>1w\A'" either signup for the six years. date through ensuing centuries. hAAAnAJnJlJC AIfOAIE..'." '<" .
.apNnwYa ywrr4A'Q4wYaasrrakYA1': 2 11 illlr 4
remaining until' retirement, or HALLOWEEN during i this 4. lt. I T :. ,'/ ., : t.A f/4'1. ;:"V, :: -Jf.ffi44\: \1tU '
out with ,? .,y : ". :. .}M < <;r-Elf.f iI j.;.. "
get before Christianity OF' GOAI .
pay. early era PERCENT ... "
pagan { '" : < : >:r:;':ih ;t ':;w./p. !. I.l! The law would enhance read- was also known as' All 5 f '" :. '<:i.t/H:,nttPtrfW2r'30J" : :::<{40'r Mr. 50%ft 6Off.J40::: 'X i.80 74tJO r GOAt:<>/ to:%<(lO fA.
justment payments from one- Hallow's Eve; or the Virgil of All }---'nriwrvny ""'owo; { ifp '"' ,N/ tt\; >. ;;;. J : t11H1.Jdiir; ; r;;;&) }[;f.i !?: .
CONFAtRJAX nil < irrffif_ rtJii i' t rt: 'f.%b:,;
Hallows, and was celebrated by ittlL Vij" Mf' d0tL7
half in the months service pay to two for months each year the Druids in honor of Saman, V{1 rtr S< :::: 0J tfL; ', ;; JiJjfl1.tiP. 7't'tifB1f.! : fttir.: : m!::.

pay "..?!'m'w....:;' f;:#{ ;'IWj trt":;,.; fi tm.qiiP". .; ;:t:, ,i.?: '(" J.< -. 'f.w.-'" .,, # ."{ {>.,,,,< ,'
the Lord of Death. '< / "" "
/"h u
v; Y" : ; M'WFA ;'
for each service year, which is 11t J.X.p'*.>:>i. .I ], ;...w..i.,..<:.:;:.:?>>. ,';;.Wf.:;:4V'f";t:?*% 1t : :r.*, %1I; {' *>f,: .: .*.: ._,, <* .i:;,:,,'
received forced All Hallow's Eve marked for iW- '*'* xi0:;: :'> W'NWU""b' % ; ,< ': ';:o/.y/.tMxP-: ; (:!!!f'U
by regulars out A..p..rC ;' >%: '; l16, :' ikl%1j.il.i, ;tJ.. '. .-1', .' '.::. ,'r .
these early end of the old ,"" j.r;:;:<; f' !J.ik.v.f.: : : ,: : 'W-< ::t:""
of service with less than 20 yearsin. pagans ; ;:;*;$< )' ; *W;%. : $ flJi.1rtp : :.>Wf rt
"/.t1'''' : ;( rw..f': ;}?' ih?: : HAq'ki: : : rJ..fIj-wt! ; 't.} ari: [ .- .. ..
year and it was believed that !II41Ay.::1:FIIAarrat i;;<';rdi, ,tJ Sy4--/, 'ijk: &1& ,%, q h y J -, V 4n6, >
during the night of October 31, J :rr 7 Y i3 a ; 1Jj1, #, I r :JA
The bill did not reach CapitolHill ARTU d t@' r,Jh1.@k: $ *,x, HjA1 '>:'Yi''N: :; .. _m'W ''biyRns: : .
Saman called forth all the souls ;{ / "
,--' /; #>;% ihtit H -:':: ) ;{;%;;; : \:!:<:> 9t .1 i!': ;.tt .
during the last session until of the wicked that had been con- NAS.tCECJLtf::'';Jtbf.if'.... : n ,;;'&&;rf:: &.fMi S:i jj;: h,' ..tll tl ffi s te k '/(rt '> .,. < ,
after the House passed its own iw1';..> '1\f'fly//u/\ % .tL$AYNV, /; ':mnh' NM MWrMry4 Mptt.ak4XUn j I :i ilm. : .
; ;
demned to inhabit the bodiesof : ; .. .,,
lump sum payments at the same animals during the old year.It t AS,;UA ?<111'j.W. : :/,. :," ""'HN/''''..H,..wm_.,, H.'f'.H-'f.w..'n't'/d..,, ,,",, 'Vii1t: .<., ;;:,-:: <" ... .:"+, t' ',

level as are being paid regulars. was Saman who at that time WHERE DOES YOUR UNIT STAND? The huge billboard at the corner of Mustin and
There is some feeling that the decided what form these lost Yorktown reflects the progress of the Community Chest.United Fund Drive among participating
commands. As of last Friday military and civilian per.onnel had. contributed 44.2 percent of
bill will meet opposition on the souls would take for the next the established goal of $66,420. Two more full weeks remain for all hands to Join in this once-
Hill in the coming session. year. a-year effort to aid the less fortunate through 42 agencies.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS October 30 1958

JB&L1ufS AGO Graduates VAH-1.: VP-18 Report

14 TomorrowFinal I

I Scouting
of the
HAS, .Jacksonville graduation year
Capt Elliott W. Parish .Jr. ______.._.. Commanding Officer at Aviation Ground Officers
Comdr. Craystoa U. Weber NAB .11X1..........Fleet............AU.........Jaeonvule.... ......... ................. Executive Officer School at NATTCenter will be I VP-18 mary duties of Ordnance and I

Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ......_.................................................... .... Commander held tomorrow at 0930 at the Administrative Officer.Commissioned .
Capt. George R. Luker ........?...........?......................................... Chief of Staff. Fairfax VP-18 is saying farewell to
Capt. Macpherion Williams .................................................. Chief of Start NAB Six school. two of its officers this week. Lt Dec. 9, 1941, he
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh _.. ......, ...,.........................? Commander Comdr. James F. Todd, ( ) Lloyd Painter of Amber, has a brilliant career. He was
Capt. Charles I.. Lamblnf ........?....?..... Chief Staff Officer Training Officer, will present jg j awarded the, Navy Cross
Naval Air Technical Training Canter Pa. has been with the squadronfor and
Capt Charles L. Moor. Jr. ..?___..._.......................,...... Commanding Officer graduation certificates, after and Lt (Jg) also the Air Medal with a star
Comdr. Wilfred E. rieshmanCapt ...'. ........ ..."...................... Executive Officer giving the address. 23 months
Naval Hovpliai. Chase, Campaign ribbons and
Alton C. Abernethy ..............._.........__....... .....,.............. Commanding Officer Those to graduate are En- James Brown of Chey medals
Capt Ferdinand V. Burley.......................................?....,....................... Executive Officer Md., joined the squadron 31 include the Victory Medal WWII,
John Allietta Lockwood
KAXTU signs months ago. Both are ground officers American Defense, American
DeForrest Frederick DeHoll
Capt Norman O. Anderson _.___......_................... Commanding Officer and will return to civilianlife. Theatre, Asiatic-Pacific ((3-stars)
Comdr.: William X. Hardy _..........................._............................. Executive Officer Ronald Graspy, Louis Hoffer and Philippine Liberation ((2
Wallace Jenkins James Jos-
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida stars).
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-33 lin, Harold Messervy, William Getting off to an early Hallowe'en -
Rev. July 1958 Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel start squadron officers Lt (jg) Dunleavy was Material
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training Perry, Donald Puterbaugh, Alfred ,
Naval Center Hospital.Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Schlameus, William held their party last Friday. The Officer for VAH-1. After gradua-

Service Information Officer -. Comdr. Charles M. Thomas Smith Charles Sweeney and theme, decided on by the party tion from Boston College wherehe
Assistant Service Information Officer.................. Andrew H. Planer committee headed by Lt (jg) was active in hockey, football
Editor Gordon oft bbte; !Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI; Bill Fred Thomasson.
Ann Weekea.Daniel.JOSN SN.Dottle Staff Johnson'Photographer Ron Davis- Joe AN O'Brien.Circulation-Distribution PH3 Mary Convening date for the next Claude Hendrickson Jr., was and baseball, he went to Officer

.Th* Jax Air News this a memker canthbe Armed Forces Press Service. class has been set for Novem- "Voodoo." Candidate School where he was
Material appearing bi publlcatioa reprinted providing credit 1s
given rhetegrspha, unless etberwlee eredrted are official U. S. Navy photo- ber 12, and 72 students are Keeping with the theme, two commissioned Ensign in the Na-

EdttorUl tfleen located In Reem sao, Ifala AdmUOstratlM Bonding. R>onextwulMM slated to report for classes. couples came as "Purple People val Reserve. He is a qualified
tlM. fit, m er ... Eaters." Music was supplied bya BIN and currently ranks eighthin

u..r........ ;..,....... ;. ..;..;,. ... ..... rock'n roll band. Highlight of. the Atlantic Fleet.
the evening was a limbo dance, Lt (jg) Dunleavy plans to seek

won by Lt (jg) Sid Dixon. employment in the indus-

The limbo dance, common to trial management field after
;t/ those who have served in the leaving the NavyOctober
S :
. : Caribbean area, is a contest of
limberness and balance. Objectis

HERE AND THERE .I I to pass underneath a parallel Vehicle

bar without touching it. The
Daffynishuns: Raving Beautythe I e! form used to accomplish this is Gate Stickers To
gal who placed second in a indescribable.As .
beauty contest
soon as each contestant has
e TomorrowPersonnel
1111 i passed under the bar, it is low- Expire
'Then there's the about <:
story iI 'r> ered, and so on, until all but who
the miser who got on a bus and I' I IF operate privately-
read the sign 'Pay As You one has been eliminated. owned vehicles on board the

Leave." Aiding Mr. Hendrickson in the Station are reminded that October

"What happend"? party's planning and preparationwere date stickers will expire tomorrow -
Lt (jg) S. A. McCauley, J. October 31.
"He's still riding." K E. Hazeley, J. F. Blackford, R. G. To avoid being detained at the

e Fitzpatrick and R. G. Besseette. gate because your sticker has

Adam and Eve were namingthe Four of VP-18's technicianstook expired, personnel possessing October -

animals."I the ham operators exam stickers are encouraged to

think I'll call that one a last weekend and are awaitingresults. renew them today or tomorow.

hippopotamus," Eve said. They are: J. E. Brewer, Documents required for renewals -

"Why"? Adam asked."I s
don't know I supposeit Roden, AT3, and R. J. Short, policy ($10,000/20,000 bodily injury -

just looks more like a hippo- AT!. $,5000 property), current

potamus than any of the others." --"-_,_._- ._ ____ _ov...._""....."'" '_ J. C. Hardnett, TN, of Line- state registration, identificationcard

e AT SPECIAL MASS As part of the observance of Brazi ville, Ala., reported aboard this or badge, and current driv-
"If a husband's words : lian Air Force Day personnel of that country currently aboard week. er's license.
are the Station for training attended a special Mass last Thursday e Numerous decals, both old and
sharp, maybe it's because he had at St. Edward's Catholic Chapel. Left to right are. Sgt. Gil- have it
new type faded making
to get them in berto Gomes Da VAH-1 ,
edgewise. Silva, Sgt. Astolfo Itagy Braga Chaves, Sgt.
c Helmut Bruno Paul Grothe. Sgt. Mario Ignacio Da Costa, Sgt. Heavy Attack Squadron One I difficult for gate sentries to read
Jorge Da Silva, and Lt. Paulo Cavalanti Lucena. will farewell dates on the decals.
Two say to two officers
men sitting at the bar:
Anyone who can't read date on
"Neal, after drink lot this month. They are Comdr.
you a ,
his decal well is requestedto
does your tongue burn"? Brazilian Aeronautics Edward Heflin and Lt (jg) very
Richard Dunleavy.One stop at the Pass and Tage -
"I.don't. know, Jack, I've never in Building Nine, and get it
been drunk enough to light it." of Heavy One's finest officers replaced.
e e Day Celebrated HereTwentyone Comdr. Heflin received

Then there was the fellow order to Special Weapons Divi "Did you say your' salary runs

from way back in the hills who officers and 34 sergeants comprising a groupof sion in Albuquerque. Comdr. into five figures, Jack"?

died upon seeing his first auto- Brazilian Air Force personnel at NAS Jax currently Heflin has been with the Tigers "It sure does-my wife and

mobile he didn't see it soon participating in a training program sponsored by Fleet Air since December 1955 with priHERE'S four kids."

enough. Wing II and Patrol Squadron 16, celebrated Brazilian Air

Force Day Thursday, Oct. 23.

Glenn Reeves & Troupe They opened the celebrationby o
attending Low Mass at St. the Brazilians able to speak fluent -

Visits Mainside LoungeGlenn Edward's Chapel at 0900. The English, Frank Vieira, ADC,

Reeves and a few mem- Mass was conducted by FatherH. of FAW-11, acts as interpreter.

bers of his WFGA (chan. 12)) T. ;Kelly, assistant to Father

TV show visited Mainside Lounge Francis A. Burke, Senior Chap
Sunday night during its Hal- lain of NAS Jax. Buddy

loween Open House. AT 1400, the group attendeda To Appear Here

Amid colorful orange and steak dinner at the Colonial
black decorations Buddy Bair, personable young:
Reeves and [
Restaurant and in the evening
Co. entertained musician, will bring his popular ..
a large crowd of
parties were held for the officersat
orchestra to Mainside
sailors and dates with of Gym for aCrew's
many the F'O" Club and at the CPO
the and skits taken from Dance November 11.
songs Club for sergeants.The 6ND I
previous TV broadcasts. The Bair orchestra is said to Inspection EndingThe

present group of BrazilianAir be one of the most danceableand -

Force personnel are under entertaining orchestras in annual administration inspection -
the command of Col. Dionisio the music business and
today. survey of NAS Jax The dozen activities that have
Car On Sale At Taunay.BRAZILIAN'. Dancing will be from 2000- and surrounding activities is now been and are being inspected include -

Credit Union Aeronautics Dayis 2400. All enlisted service person- being conducted through its last NAS, Navy Fuel Depot,

actually an observance of the nel in this area are invited. stages under supervision of Capt. Naval Hospital, Naval and Ma-
The Jax Navy Federal first flight of a' Brazilian in an JJ M. Elliott Inspector General, rine Corps Reserve Training
Credit Union has for sale to aircraft in 1906. That took 6ND.
"Hear you lost your best Center and Commander, Naval
highest bidder a 1955 Ford place in France and the pilot was friend. How did it happen? Objective of the inspection and Air :Bases, 6ND-all situated at
Crown Victoria tutone survey, which
green began
Santos, Dumont. Oct. 20 and NAS Jax Naval Harbor Defense
and white "Keeled by a weasel." ends ;
tudor. tomorrow
is to
The prize won for his flight check the Unit and NAAS at Mayport;
The car is in excellent "Could status of
never happen. compliance
was 100,000 francs, which in by different NAS Cecil Field; NS Green Cove
shape. No bid under $930 will activities with
American money today would bea "Oh, yes. Is 'driving hotomo- existing directives Springs; NAS Sanford, and Un-
be accepted. It has radio and which would
few hundred dollars. bile. Is coming to railroad cross insure that each derwater Sound Reference Lab
heater. Bids close Nov. 5. shore activity is maintained
With only a small minority of ing. Deedn't hear weasel." a different for oratory and Naval Reserve
purpose for the fleet Training Center, Orlando.I" .


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IOb.r30-1: JAX Am NEWS Pago 3 I IWitlJ

Blood Donation Record Is Set By NATTCBlood I

shed peacefully for Marine personnel
lecting unit complete with per- community-wide needs. and Corps
peaceful was the hurried call to town
purposes is the produced a
sonnel which visits each military Comdr. Aldo Cipolat
story last Wednesday as 228 vol- for more collection bottles and
establishment of the area threeor record-breaking Center's Blood
unteers from NATTCenter lined resulted in the new record.
four times each year. Coordinator. He had scheduled
up to donate a total of 199 pints. THE BLOOD Bank maintainsa 150 donors of types A and O Orange Juice and cookies were

4ya THIS IS a new record for local blood as previously requested. served to donors, some of whom
which each
Account" to
commands and activities, the old However, when it became known remained on the scene during
volunteer is credited as a unit. lunch period to give blood.
record also belonging to NATT- that more blood was needed, an
When blood is required by mili- Collection is made/at the Dis-
Center for 176 pints. appeal for additional honors was
Blood Donor Days
tary personnel or their dependents pensary on
TheToastmasters The Jacksonville Blood Bank it is drawn from this ac made. I under auspices of Capt. Jack C.

is the only Blood Bank in this. count. In this manner, all donorsare IMMEDIATE response of many I McCurdy, NATTCenter Senior

I area. It furnishes a mobile col- contributing to the Navy more volunteers of both Navy I Medical Officer.

"Who Are You;" "Life By

Regulation;" "Listening and the Electra TurbopropJet DIAPERDOINGS

Spoken Word;" "One Sleepless:

Night" were the topics delivered' Role Seen In

by Navy Civilian Toastmastersat

their Tuesday night meeting.E. Antisub WarfareLockheed's There was a rush of new

K. McIlrath posed the check-.ns; at the Naval Hospitallast
query "Who Are You;" Rod Electra turboprop \vcck with 26 babies born

Pinney offered our "Life By aircraft has been chosen for use there.

J\ Regulation;" Bill C I ear man in antisubmarine warfare, the r.r Newcomers are, Boy, to Ray-

i 1C pointed out the importance of Navy has announced. .L...' .: mons Kuzia i AQC, and Mrs.
listening in "Listening and the Girl to Charles
3 ,
Choice of the Electra followsan Kuzic, Oct. ;
2. Spoken Word;" while T. A.. Boehm, AOl, and Mrs. Boehm;
Wilkinson his rendition extensive evaluation compar-
o gave Boy, to Ronald Boisclaire, AD-
through experience of the "night- several airplanes, accordingto
l ing JAN, and Mrs. Boisclaire; Girl,
watch" with "One Sleepless Rear Admiral Robert Dixon, to Lc,;ley Jackson, AE1 and Mrs.
S Night. BuAer Chief. ;
Toastmaster for the eveningwas ;
is mili-
f( The new sub-hunter a
Ivan Sanders, with Bob and Mrs. Roscoe
version of Lockheed's Boy *o CWO3
tary prop- -
1I 1L Ieu IeR Mein as topicmaster. A panel of jet Electra and will be the firstU. En: ::'.';.r; Boy to John Snipes, AO1

evaluators, headed by Ben Ball- S. turbine-powered ASW :anal: Irs.' Snipes; Girl to Robert

ering, included Jay Ellis, Nor- plane. A commercial version will WfVvatott, 11M3, and Mrs. West-

man Brooks and Junior Teske. enter service with the airlines scon; Boy, to William Yow,ADI

ecU Next week's meeting will be this fall. '\nd Mrs. Yow, all born Oct. 4.

al] held at the Carriage Room of The Electra is considered by 1 ALSO, GIRL' to Corpl. and

tl Morrison's Cafeteria in down- the Navy to be the airplane most,. Mrs. Gordon Goyette; Boy to

town Jar.Hospital. nearly meeting rigid performance A T, 5t: and Mrs. Troy Palmer;
and economic requirements.The EASIER THAN RECEIVING Larry Balzer AN, and Ctrl: ], to Jack Sewell, AC1, and
198 other NATTCenter personnel donated pint cf blood ,
Ti CO to Theodore
military Electra, now on apiece last Wednesday. Their 199 pints broke previous donal- r-:;. Sewell; Boy,
th: production lines, will be poweredby tion records for Naval commands and activities in the Jack- .V.lliams: FN, and Mrs. Williams,
te CommendsWives four Allison T-56 turboprop sonville area. Here, technician Margie Cook of the Jacksonville -11 checked in Oct. 5.
n( Blood Bank, puts the lid on Balxer's donation. and Mrs.
often ---- to T/Sgt
engines, will carry a crew And Boy,
ClubNavy and will be equipped with Had Lengthy 0 & R Service ,*:ilie Morrison i ; Girl, Lana
saI latest instrumentation for detec- "tfarle: ; to Edward Sell, AT3,
saI I Wives Club, No. 86, has tion and destruction of enemy r.nd Mrs. Sella; Girl, Diana I

been commended by Capt. A. C subs. McAllister Feted By Fellow M*re, to Loyd Elliott, AN, and

I Abernethy, skipper of the Naval 1',1\3.\ Elliott, born Oct. 6.
Hospital, for its work in opera
C&SS Closed 'Til Nov. I OTHER

I tion Nursery of at the the Dependents Hospital.A Care Clothing and Small Stores Issue Employees Upon RetirementNAS I, C Swanson.!-Is, Pamela, AM3, Sue and, Mrs.to George Swan-

513 at
in Building
letter to Mrs. Jean Murphy,, Rooms Boy, Mark Alan, to James
Jax Overhaul & Repair Department's Inspection son ;
of the Club, in part NATTCenter and Building 593
president SN and Mrs. Routh; Boy
G Group bid farewell to retiring Chester McAllister last wee}:. I Houth, ,
M says: at Mainside are currently closed McAllister, who was Super- Chet Alan, to S/Sgt and Mrs.

PC "While I have been here only for inventory. has served NAS Group, McAllister was presented Robert McGuffin; Girl, Carla
la a relatively short time, it has Both stores will reopen about Jax for the last 17 years. He with several lovely gifts to EC Gayle, to Carl Swails, ADI, and

a been long enough to observe that November 3. started working as Engineer In- with his hobby of woodworking Mrs. Swails, all born Oct. 7.
is of the best- Prior to coming to NAS Jax, I Kevin to
Ci our nursery one spector on November 16, 1941, i And, Boy, Michael ,
run organizations of its kind McAllister was employed in Norfolk Stanley; Immich, AE1, and Mrs.

cv that I've seen in over 28 years Let's Face It. and was later promoted to Sup- Va., and Charlotte N.C., Immich; Girl Lillian Irene, to

sfa with the U. S. Navy Medical De ervisory Inspector. serving as a traveling service I William Brackett AD3, and Mrs.

te, partment."I'm Oct. 9Nov. 7 DURING A brief get together representative. He boasts holding; Brackett; Girl, to Lee Woods,

yc well aware that this essential with the men of Inspection only two jobs since 1925. I &3, and Mrs. Woods, all born
service is entirely gratu During WWI, he was connected Oct.8.

toed: itous on the part of your club with vocational training! ir Also, Girl, to Corpl. and Mrs.
utilize of our Baltimore, teaching drafting tc
which doesn't any Edgar: Asthon; Boy to Joseph
limited Hospital operating funds. mechanics, at which time there Conley
Sc f '-onley: BM1, and Mrs. ;
do "I sometimes question how was a shortage and McAllister'sservices girl, to Rudolph llinton, SD2,

many of our adult female patients were in great demand. md Mrs, Hinton, born Oct. 9.
McALLISTER has been I
Sci realize that care of these
i ried to the former Miss Emma
the adults -
children while
en lengthy examinations{ in the ( r Frazer for 47 years. They have Carrier Boxer Isassigned

Si clinic is neither a responsibilityor one daughter and two grand II To
Sp buta children.He .
obligation of the Hospital,
paM courtesy service of your organ- reports that he and his Atlantic FleetThe
;( wife plan on touring the tate
aj j ization. A'11C/ and spending a little time in the anti-submarine aircraft
edthi of Carolina arrier: USS Boxer (CVS-21),
fountains North ,,
Ash 1 I to the U. S.
There're Trays then it's to work on the house, will be transferred
< closing in the back porch and Atlantic Fleet soon, the Navy
till Where Smoke Is r Cm 5R >4} a5 s 4 7 doing a little redecorating.His II announced today.

ov "Soldier, douse that butt!! sailor wife reports that he will The Boxer, now a part of the
smoking lamp is out!" will exchange its
the probably be in her way around Pacific Fleet,
like the signs on I home of San Diego
Or simply present port
AQ the house, but she plans on keep-
NA buses: No Smoking.
military for Norfolk.
AE ing him busy. He also hopes to
Ma There has long been some- will be a part of
get in a little fishing new that The Boxer
AK about such signs, .7w I
AO thing poignant ? he's retired. he amphibious forces of the
A*: because, good old Shakespeare!, Atlantic Fleet. Its primary mission -
Su| Being a full-fledged Shriner I
honored in the
- they are "more : will be as a carrier for helicopters -
and superintendent of a Sunday
in the observance.
breach than used in the vertical envelopment -
School he anticipated being
This must have occurred to !ill phase of amphibious
I II the parties responsible for ordering O fc R RETIREE Chester McAllister, (front center) is busy in the future. issault.
I new buses for the Air shown being congratulated by E. H. Butts, (right) upon his
the Boxer was
oJ retirement last week from Overhaul and Repair Department'sInspection 'Caution is the most valuable This spring
Force Academy."No In the Group. Admiring gifts presented him are several asset in fishing-especially if you employed in support of "Hard-
5S Smoking" is out fellow worker Before his retirement, McAllister was a Supervisory are the fish." tack," the Atomic Ener'Com-
buses there's an ash tray on Inspector in Inspection Group. Present at the retirement -Old Chinese Proverb ission's tests in the Pacific.b .
"4 the back of each seat ALPS). ceremony was Lcdr. Joseph McGlothlin. (left).

i f !




October 30 1958


Music Hath Charms ;_ Up The

TiI c. '_.. LADDER

That Surely SootheSomeone With Civilians I

once said that, "Love makes the world go TAG-UP THE LADDER-S-4....

round" well the same might be said of music. Because t\ (Periodically, the Jax A I r

today it certainly makes both the listener and the world >t Veto, in cooperation with Industrial -

Imin. \ Relations Department,

-"Music is found everywhere, I will list various promotions of

in cars, homes, stores, restaur- Lonesome Town, Ricky Nelson; Naval Air Station'civilian per-
It's All In The Game, Tommy
with sonnel.
ants on radio and television I )
Edwards; It's Only Make Believe,
Its' commercials and
singing On the promotion roster recently -
musical jingles, it's piped into Conway Twitty; Rockin Robbin, were two from Overhauland
Bobby Day; To1 Know Him Is To
supermarkets and even into mess Repair Department, one
halls at NAS Jax for enjoyment Love Him, Pony Tails; The End, from Public Works, four from
Earl Grant and Tea For Two
of Waves and sailors. Supply Department and six from
DURING OFF hours, the serv- Cha Cha, with Tommy Dorsey e 3 Miscellaneous.

iceman can be found at the orchestra. jjjJY Promoted at Supply were :
MUSIC, LIKE history, runs
Ships Store, Mainside lounge, or Marguerite Branard, fiscal accounting -
in cycles, and it's first recorded
some other choice hideout listen- 4 clerk, GS-3, to same,
start in the 590 AD
I was
ing to his favorite music. year Jr.
GS-4; James Leggett equip-
with a beat similar to that of KEEP UP WITH LATEST D rlng"f'i-h : servicemenand
According to meters placed in ment specialist (electronics),
the top tunes today. women enjoy gathering around one of the many jukeboxes
juke boxes aboard NAS Jax, Music has gone through many aboard the Station to catch up on the latest tunes from GS-7, to same, CS-9; Champ-
sailors don't listen to as much Top-Whalhaveyou lists. Old favorites also prove popular with neys Little Jr., warehouseman,
rock 'n' roll as civilians do. Also, periods; the "Medieval" which Uncle Sam's service personnel. Hovering around the "music to stockman, and Cleo Wandling,
was the very beginning, the box" in the Mainside Restaurant are, (left to right) John Hall,
the taste of music in the serv- ATI, Juanita warehouseman, to stockman.
"Romanesque, which started the King, SN, and Donald Reid, AM2.
ice varies more, which may be Receiving promotion at O&R
folk drama and lyrical ballads
due to the fact that military ; were: Mildred Bowling, clerk
the "Renaissance" period which
personnel come from every part brought into being the operas, Inventory Return Gives (typing), GS-4, to management
of the country.In analyst forms development and
and the "Baroque" period which
a recent tabulation con- control, typing), GS-5. At Public
brought forth the great -
ducted on the Juke Boxes on Recreation Fund Works Department it was Faunce
Handel and Bach. Boost
the Station, the top ten tunes McCully, structurla engineer,
Also, the "Classical" period,
are currently as follows: Tom GS-9, to same, GS-11.
Dooley, by the Kingston Trio; which started at beginning of A check for $7,844.11 was delivered for the Station Re- Miscellaneous: Delbert Loud-
the 19th century, with the im creation Fiinri early last week.
Chantilly Lace, Big Bopper; ermill, guard supervisor, GS-6,
mortal works of Beethoven Mozart
The check represents the
return -
Topsy, Part II, by Cozy Cole; Security Dept., to same, GS-7;
25 and Jan. 25. These shortagesare
and Schubert, and the of funds held in reserve' for
"Romantic" period, also duringthe inventory shortage at the Navy charged against the reserve Aurora Montigny, property accounting -

19th century, came up with Exchange during the six months after the physical inventory has clerk, GS-3, to Comp-
been compared to the inventorybook troller, to Same, GS-4; Hazel
Schumann, Wagner and Brahms. prior to July 25.
value. Owens, clerk-typist, GS-3, Comp-
Ir THE "MODERN" period is the THE AMOUNT of funds ex- troller, to fiscal accounting clerk,
last and brings to RETAIL SALES at NAS Jax
us up present ceeded those returned in the GS-4, Comptroller; William Nolt-

times with composers and lyric earlier six month period ending Navy Exchanges during the period ing Jr., radio mechanic, O&R,
writers that we all are familiar Jan. 25, which was $6071.26, and ending July 25 totaled $950-
to electronics mechanic Communications
Thursday, October 30 -
with. 123.70. One per cent of this
funds returned in 1956 which
Mainside Atilla (colorspectacle ; Ralph V e r t n e r,
Our modern music with it's totaled $4239.44.Each total, utilized for reserve purposes
) with Anthony Quinn and stockman, Supply, to production
rock 'n' roll and progressive jazz N a v Exchange store amounted to $9501.21.
Sophia Loren. Also, Stork Rav dispatcher, O&R, and Thetis
really has quite a history when of its However, as only $1657.10 of the
ing 'Mad. reserves one per cent retail English, clerk-typist, GS-3, AW-
think of it, having started sales for reserve was actual inventory;
you possible inventory
NATTCenter-Houseboat (color CO, to clerk (typing) GS-4,
romantic comedy) with Gary in the year '590 with much the shortages for two six-month shortage thc balance was made AWCO.

Grant and Sophia Loren. Also, same beat it has today periods a year, each ending July into a check Fund.for the Station Recreation

Top Is Big Top. .
Hospital Spacemaster X-7 Comdr. Henry J. Skipper,

.. (science 'fiction. ) with Bill Williams NAS Jax Navy Exchange Offi- s

.and Lynn Thomas. Also, }. cer presented the check to Capt.: 4.
Hula Hula Land. I Ii Elliott W. Parish, Jr., NAS Jax .
} ,
Friday Ociober 31 commanding officer."It .
Mainside -T- When Hell Broke is with considerable pride ;$,.: t t

Loose (war: drama) with Charles that I deliver this check," said

Bronson and Richard Jaeckel. Comdr Skipper, "a pride in per- wiaitZ

Also, Thrill' Of Fair. -' 1Lik'b sonnel of the Exchange whose

NATTCenter Atilla. continuing conscientious work

.Hospital Houseboat. and dedication to the aim of pro-

Saturday, November 1 \ viding better Exchange serviceto

Mainside, Battle Strip i the serviceman has made this
(drama) with Marlon Brando 'extr dividend' possible." a' Q;

and Jack. Webb. Also, Heir Re- '.! 'f ,, Z ;
storer. jNATTCenter > :
When Hell Library
;y Rx y} y y.o. nro
Broke Loose.
H "}'::"" .. ,
Hospital Atilla. t Features
>'- Morse '
Sunday, November 2 r1 t

Mainside Windom's Way Code
(color jungle drama) with Peter Recording

Finch and Mary Urea One show, A record designed to teach International

1900 only. Y .. ......-.--____ _._..'._" 'm.. '_ ____. Morse Code is the- Y .4..
NATTCenter FUNDS FOR RECREATION Capt. Elliott W. Parish
Battle Strip. newest side in the
Jr., (right) NAS Jax commanding officer, accepts check for NATTCenter
Hospital When Hell Broke 7844.11 from Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, NAS Jax Navy Ex- library's collection. Mastery of
Loose. change Officer. The check represents return of funds not its lessons gives the requirements

Monday, November 3 needed for inventory shortages, but that had been held in for a Federal Communications 'S

Mainside Tarawa Beach- Station reserve for Recreation that purpose.Fund. The money will be placed in the Commission second class com- N's

head, with Kerwin Mathews and mercial radio-telegraph license. x ?

Julie Adams. Also, Hook Line The record, "Complete Code
All Saint's Youth Plan Trick
and Stinker. Course," is designed to play at
NATTCenter-Windom's Way. 33and $ P.:} rw eFf a.q
1/3 t }
rpm, or 45 rpm, or 78 ,
Hospital Battle Strip. Or Treat' For World's
NeedyHalloween rpm; the higher the speed, the
Tuesday, November 4 .. faster the transmission. The library 4 '
Mainside The Blob (color "Trick or Treat for is equipped with
science fiction) with Steven Mc- UNICEF" has been planned by The Teenage Fellowship is speed players. two 3-

Queen. Also, Travelaffs. the Teenage Fellowship of All composed of military dependents i The code
NATTCenter Saint's and children of civilian em course is a product of
-Tarawa Beach- Chapel. Members of the
Tura Custom ..
Records ..
ployees ranging from the seventh and was ---- -- -
Fellowship will call residentsin
on prepared under $$$$ MiUion-dolUr: legs sh.
,Hospital Windom's Way. their homes, both on and off grade through 16 years of age. Harold Townsend supervision of certainly has and MGM's Cyd

Wednesday, November 5 the Station. Both those living on and off Radio Officer. a former Chariest gives the cameras a

Mainside Joy Ride (drama) They'll visit in pairs to collect the Station are eiligible for generous view of them in her
While upcoming film role in
with Regis Toomey and Ann funds for the United Nations membership. Chaplain and Mrs. take you're in the library, Girl." Tartr

Doran. Also, Jungle Monarchs Childrens Emergency Fund, or Ernest Reagan Jr. are advisors a look at the Navy Day dis
play. A
add 'The Green Archer, Chapter UNICEF. Following the collection .to the group. it small, colorful exhibit, Court: "Seaman Johnson, you

13.' INATTCenter I period, from 1830 to 2000, Regular meetings are held at what may you give don't you know some ideas of: are hereby sentenced to 20 dayson
The Blob. '' the will in about then bread and water. How do
group meet building 1830 each Sunday evening i
'I' Navy .
I customs, code humor
Tarawa Beachhead. 722 for a party. the Sunday School, Building 722. heroes, and history. you that"
. Johnson: "Toasted, sir."

--I. I

30 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

p--- :

Vt fAtAAh1

4, ..

LINESailing ,
1 _

the Rudder Regatta Club last Sunt ine Hank Kimball's 70 Captures

| Park saw John Mason of I

st club still in the lead of Handicap Golf TournamentHank

antam class, now with a

of 79 points toward ther _

Jacksonville Sailing i Kimball, with 92-22- Dr. and Mrs. Horton while pitch-
70, captured honors in the low
y. heldat ing laurels went to Dr. and Mrs.
Jax Sailing Club's RB : handicap
74 is maintaining secondin the NAS Jax golf course Lieurance.

[ this class, but trailingas IL last Friday. Longest drive for women went
far as points are con- I Second-place went to Frank to Mrs. Lew Polansky in ClassA
I Kadel he posted a net 71."Shorty" .
with a total of 44. as
I and Mrs. George Tally in the
edule of regattas for the i Hoydic came next with
B group. Nearest to the hole on
der of the 58B series of ____ ; ::1i I a 75.
Jacksonville ___ IN WEEKEND play, two teams the third green went to Mrs.
reater Sailing _.'>' _..,__.w>.. _. \'w."
tied for first in the All- Joan Burton.
tition is as follows: place
'HERE'S THE SKINNY" Says Lt (jg) Tom Hamilton
host club for Nov. 2 will (left) coach of VAH-l's baiktiball team during a recent skullsesIon Station Two-Ball Golf Tourneyat
orida Yacht Club and at Maiiuide gym. The Tigers are symbolic of all dubs the NAS Jax links.
on entered in this Mainside intramural haying
year's competition,
9 Navy Jax Sailing Club. been conducting drills for a couple of weeks prior to start of The duo of Mr. and Mrs.Duane I CLUB \
ov 16, the Rudder Club play this week. (See story elsewhere on this page.) Fultz, with 89-18--71, tied with 200

ost the regatta and on Nov. Dr. and Mrs. Horton, authors of
The "200 Club" now boasts a
e Florida Yacht Club, and an 871671.
Leaders Fail To membership of 55 men. Newcomers -
[ ov. 30 the scene shifts to Budge Third spot in the low net division -
Jax Sailing Club. include:
was salted way by

gress is being made on the From Ten-Pin RoostsVW4 team of John Starr and Tina Koch Smith VW-4 FAETU"B""A" 234 209
al Services sailboat rentalty. Claxton FAETU "A" 213
Lane 952174.
Johnpon VAP-52 "B' 203
It will be temporarily I ComFalrJax "AM 200Zaleflcl
leaders of
"B" and ComFair Jax "A, doughty PUTTING contest was won by VW-4 "A" 204:
ed at the NAS Fish Camp their respective Mainside intramural bowling circuits, kept

facilities at the foot of their perches atop the massive field as kegling activity con-

ker street are completed. tinued at a high pitch last week. Pedantic Prognosticates

[ce sailboat rentals are start: VW-4 "B"s Gene Smith, witha

tey will continue throughout 234 posted high game honors Support Splinters' 15-9 showing Peruse Pigskin PickingsDue

inter. The Sailing Club will for the week in the American good for fourth position.Mainside .
{continue its activties through League while Johnson of VAP- to terrific response from football-minded readers of the

I winter months. 62 "B" with a 558 effort, took Jax Air News, a "special" feature giving football predictions each

high series laurels. week of the season will. be presented starting today.

note of the Week-Meriyan VW-,4 "B" made a clean sweepof Cage Two members of the Air News staff, Bill Weekes, JOSN, and

visiting lamanidze Russian, a me m wrestling be r of team honors last week, takingthe Action/ Starts Ron Davis, AN, will foolishly try to pick winners from the nation'stop

high game with a 920 and collegiate games.
when asked how to pro- high series with 2545. A total of 20 teams were off To offset their selections, the editors will also put in their two
nee his answered and running the start of
name, : upon
In the National loop, high Individual cents worth. (Just for laughs).
'it the way it's spelled." another year of Mainside I intramural in the wind the pig-
game honors went to While keeping a sharp eye out for upsets ,
Peters of ComFair Jax "A," witha basketball competition skin swamis offer selections for Nov. 1:

signs Missies 230 while the Flag Staffer also this week. DAVIS WEEKES EDITORS
Clubs will be battling for
rolled high series of 563. Princeton-Brown Brown Princ. Princ.
playoff spots and points towards -
main Knotted ComFair Jax "A" copped high the Ironman Trophy Notre Dame-Navy ND Navy ND
team game and series titles for Illinois-Purdue PurdueMich. (Tie) Ill.
from now through
the week, also, with 833 and Iowa-Michigan Iowa IowaWise.
with a brief respite duringthe
Pigskin Loop
2456. holidays. Wisconsin-Mich St. Wise. Wise. .
In for the leagues' high OS OS OS
'he Ensigns of Aviation races Teams entered are:Opera- Ohio State-Northwestern
individual crowns, Ralph Okla. Okla. Colo.Auburn.
und Officers School and the average tions "A," VW-4 "A," VU-10, Oklahoma-Colorado
silemen of Naval Air Weas Tice of VW-4 "B" continues to Auburn-Florida Auburn Auburn
Fasron 109, VAil-I, Medical,
AL rollers with a 199 LSU (Tie) LSU
pace Mississippi-LSU
Systems School squared off Special Services, Hospital, VP-
while J. D. Evanoff of Opera- Houston Tulsa Tulsa
Jt week in an attempt to break 18 and FAW-11. Tulsa-Houston ,
[first place tie in the NATT- tions, with 186, is current king- Baylor-TCU Baylor TCU TCU.
Six VA-44
Also Fasron ,
[nter touch football league. pin in the National League.IT VF-173 Cal.-Oregon State Ore. St. Cal. ,Cal.
WAS also the same storyin VP-16, Opera- So. Cal.-Stanford So. Cal. So. Cal.! So. Cal.
he effort was in vain, howler tions "B," VW-4 "B," VA-176,
NATTCenter bowling activitylast Georgia-Alabama Ga. Ga. Ga.
as the deadlocked leaders I VAP-62, 679th Air Force and .
week as the Marine Small school pick of week:
uggled to a 0-0 draw. Neitherm FAETU.
Detachment and Aviation Ord- St. Lawrence-Vt. Vermont Vermont St.-Lawr...
was able to penetrate bend -
nanceman School stayed one- .
& the 20-yard stripe. two positions. 'Slow Brea'ki'ToFeature

I In second games of the weekr The Marines extended their -

| the front runners, AGO roll- winning skein to 20 and own an VAH-1

past the Ordnancemen of AO impressive 22-2 slate while AO'sfive

hool, 31-22, and the Missiles holds down a 20-4 mark. 5" / / y ;: .. '58 Cage AttackAfter

wned Aviation Storekeepers The Missilemen of N A W SSchool a successful football sea-

hool, 21-6. with 16-8, are third with]I : ': son, which saw Heavy Attack

I Other action saw the Ordnance ,r4 ; v Y : 4 Squadron One in a sure third

ew winning a forfeit from the I tf' ,;Yj' place with a possible second

up p0 r t Splinters, 2-0; the / : place in the offing at this writing -
: :
parkies of AE School sneaked ,3 the Tigers began practicingfor
ast AvFund School, 6-0, and the 4. A.. basketball this week.

anne Aviation Detachment, in Heavy One's outstanding athlete -

great display of power, whackd A SKING the rule book: On a Lt I (jg) Tom Hamilton, will

[ AK, 40-0. kickoff that travels deep, can the ,. be coach and captain of the cage

Play for the week halted as kicking team recover the ball squad. During a recent interview

[he Sparkles won their second even if untouched by the defend with Hamilton, it was learned

lit of the week, a 2-0 forfeit ing team? The answer is yes; in that almost the entire 1957 squad

Ver the Splinters. fact, if the kickoff rolls into the will be returning.The .

, Tn. STANDINGS W L T end zone unclaimed, a kicking Tigers will be led by
AGO School 8 1 2 team player can recover it for a Anderson. "Sneaky" Schoerke,
NAWS 0 4
AE School School 8 3 0 touchdown. Fred Catts and "Fingers" John-
MarAvDet 5 5 0 who mild sensationin
son, was a
AK School 4 6 1 Nick Pietrosante has played
AO School 2 5 3 touch football.In .
I Avrund 1 IS 3 seven years of football for Notre
SupS pUnts 0 83T regards to various plays to
Dame and has one to go. He
be used by the club this cam-
went to Notre Dame HS in West
TIDE TABLE paign, Hamilton retorted, "The
Haven, Conn., before college ONE MAN TRAP Lynn Brown, speedy back from
HIGH LOW School to burst team has a very slow break."
Jackson at Ft. Carson, Naval Air Weapons Systems prepares put on
AM PM AM PM Malt of speed to avoid charging lineman Ronald Grapsy of AGO
I Fri. 9:55: 10:10 3:28: 4:08 Colo., is combining careers in the School a the two top teams In the NATTCenter league playedto Mary: "The man I marry must
I Sat. 10:34: 10:52 4:08: 4:51 Army and professional boxing.He a 0-0 draw last week. John Sealey, (left) and Bill Dunmire, be a hero."
(right) roar out of their backfleld.positions to give Drown more
Sun. 11:18 11:41 4:54: 5:40 has a 33-5-2 record. protection. Sue: "He will be."


Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS October 30 1958

T Divine I Loan Funds Available At Credit UnionThe I ClassifiedClassified

Ads must be submit-

ServicesALL rate of interest on un- by shares. extra money for Christmas ted in writing or in person by

paid balances on unsecured This week the Credit Union shopping, or for any other 1200 Tuesday to insure publica
SAINTS' CHAPEL loans at the Jax Navy Federal management announces thata worthwhile purpose, see the tion. Apartments, houses and
Sunday November 2 Credit Union is still one per- limit of $100 per month per Credit Union. trailers for rent oror sale;
P930-Sunday School for ages cent of the unpaid balance, member's account has been civilian swaps and rides only. No ads
Any or em-
3 through adults, Bldg. 722. and not of effective be
three-quarters one placed on deposits ployee of the Navy Depart- can accepted by phone.
0930-Service of Divine Wor- percent, as erroneously reported October 10. ment in Duval County is eli- For Rent
ship, Chaplain Osman. in last week's Jax Air 4-Rm. screened
The Credit Union has excess gible to join. Office hours of Cottage, front
1100-Service of Divine Wor- News. funds on hand to lend to porch. San Juan and Niblet St.
ship, Chaplains Alexander and the Credit Union are 100 to
Three-quarters of one per- its members. Take advantageof EV 8-5503. Belisario.
Prickett. cent rate on unpaid balance the many services offeredby 1500 Monday through Thurs- 2-Bdrm, one with bath, private

1800-Teen-age fellowship, Bldg. applies only to loans of new the Credit Union, locatedin day, and 1100 to 1600 on Fri- home. 4740 Arapahoe Ave, (Or-

722. Fellowships j 1959 cars and on loans covered Building 39. If you need days. tega Ter.) EV 9-8129. Bucks.
1930-United Pro- 3-Bdrm house, unfurn. 3927

testants, 722. Angal Pl. (Cedar Hills) RA 4-
Monday, November 3 CC-UF CampaignContinued 9076. Brooks.
1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. y s 2-Bdrm unfurn duplex kit.
( from Page 1))
Wednesday November 5 equip. $65 Mo. EV 7-6420 Days,
1530-Junior Choir, Bldg. 722. Depot, Disease Vector Control, SP 1-1418 eve.

1630-Youth Choir, Bldg. 722. and 6ND Print Shop, not reported. 4-Rm Apt. furn bath gar, $70
Thursday, November 6 Mo. EV 7-1950. Clark.

1915-AU Saints Choir Rehearsal Under the banner of ComFairJax Front Bdrm. Kit. privileges.
All Saints Chapel 3338 Randall St. FU 4-4678.
the following have reported: ?3.r '
ComFairJax Staff, 340 percent; Hertzman.

SCHEDULE OF MASSES VAP-62, 146; Fasron 109, 139.6; ::;:e i}.: 1-Bdrm apt. kit, gar. furn. EV-

Sunday November 2 VA-176, 137.6; ComCarDiv Six, :y.}.?.; 8-8317.
0830-1000-Sunday 129.2; VF-173, 126.4; VU-Det 10, iA For Sale

0630-Daily. 116.2; Fasron 51 Det. A, 108.8; .' 4Erti t-4 i 3-Bdrm house, (Ortega Hills)
ST. LUKES CHAPEL Fasron Six 107.8 VW-4 106.5 4I 7242 Pineville Dr. G.I. Equity
; ; A J t ,
NAVAL HOSPITAL VAH.1, 96.8; VFP-62, 76.3; VF- L' $1250.00. EX 481 until 1600. EV-
Sunday, November 2 4-3607 Eve.3Bdrm .
174, 67.6; VA-44, 47.6; VA-35,
0630-Catholic Mass. 28.8; and USS Saratoga, 11.0 house, two baths gar.
0930-Service of Divine Worship ComFairJax' percentage should corner lot. 7048 Bonnie Brae

Chaplain Bryant. jump considerably after some 30 Lane. EV 7-2509. Carey.
Latter Day Saints (Mormon other units have filed their 2-Bdrm house, buy Equity and

Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. I initial report. assume $54 Mo. payt's Venetia
Christian Science Tuesday Terrace, 6248 Pennant Dr. West
1900-Bldg. 751.Creepy Units within NATTCenterhave Kennington.

contributed the following 3-Bdrm house, 2 bath, buy
percentage of their goal: AGO ass.:. equity. Cedar Hills, 2137 TegnerDr.

DenizensContinued School, 149 percent; AK School, r- '''' ,_ ,_,. n.". ."n ._'__,. ,,, -__,_ EV 8-6939. Weimer.
( from Page 1)) 135; Director of Training, 131; THIRTY-YEAR PINS Capt. T. B. Haley. (left) NAS Jax 1-Bdrm bath, 35 ft. house trlr.
festival of the sun god held Dental, 120; Training Facilities, Overhaul and Repair Officer, preent 30-year government serv- Lot 8 Azalea Park. Mrs. Sage.
83; Personnel, 82; Administration ice pins to two O & R employees, Joseph Gasque and Jacob Miscellaneous
in honor of the new year. On this 74; AO School, 73; AE Baliey. Another employee Richard Melsheimer, received a 30-
day fires were built, and gifts School, 68; NAWS School, 54; year pin earlier and was not present at this time. Wanted: ADI to swap to Sauf-with
and ley Field or Pensacola, Fla.,
prayers were presented to
48 MAD and AvFund
the in Supply, ; ADI who has 2 yrs shore duty
god the belief this
School 30 and Medical
; 18.
would lighten the punishmentof Safety Important IngredientOf remaining there. Contact Mra.

the wicked. FLEET AIR WING Eleven Davis 6732 Mopsy Lane, Cedar

Many of the modern day cus- reports the following unit break- Hills or phone SP 1-2692.

toms and symbols of Halloween down: Fasron 109, 42.8; VP-16, 'Trick Or Treat' EveningLittle

originated with the Druids, Irish 5.7; VP-18 and Staff, not re-

and Scots. ported. Carolyn was about out of breath it isn't easy Patrick PlayersTo

The cat symbol originated with Personnel have until Nov. 7 for a three-year-old to keep up with older children on their Show HereThe
the Druids who held that animalas to contribute their share to the Halloween] trick-or-treat rounds.
sacred, for it was felt that CC-UF. "When you give, you She had piped- "Trick- or Patrick Players, of Pat-

cats had once been human beings give through the Community treat"! to dozens of people in so kids will welcome a painted rick Air Force Base, Fla., will

and had changed into those ;i Chest-United Fund to 42 worthy the neighborhood, and had filleda false face.A present their latest production
forms as punishment for evil agencies, each of which providesa bag almost as big as its proud "Lo and Behold" at King Hall
deeds. Also the modern customof much needed service in our little rouge, eyebrow pencil Saturday at 2000.
pumpkins, leaves and corn- community," said Capt. Kenneth possessor. and moustache sticks can make This is the sixth production,
stalks came from the Druids. Wheeler and Charles Hart, cochairmen WHETHER THE other children children miniature ghosts, gob- and is a comedy in three acts
THE ORIGIN about Jack-O'- for the drive. grew tired of waiting for lins, pirates or clowns, but with directed by Irene Eichel and
Carolyn, or whether she stoppedto the added safety factor of allow- produced by Ewa Porter. The
Lanterns was handed down by "This one-package effort is an thrust a tiny hand into the ing them to see danger in timeto cast consists of eight actors,
the Irish. It seems that a man easy and pleasant way to help
sack of treats, no one knows why avoid it. five men and three women.
named Jack was barred from those less fortunate than our-
she behind far she had to
got so The Patrick
heaven because Remind children that on Hal- Players mem-
of his stinginessand selves, When you divide your
run to catch up. loween, as during rest of the bership consists of airmen, officers -
forbidden to enter Hell be- contribution 42 ways, you will
cause of his practical jokes on note that it spreads very thin She was hit and killed in the the year, all safety precautions civilians,contractor
the DeviL So he was condemnedto middle of an intersection by a should be observed. 'personnel and dependents -
for each agency. It's our obliga- connected with the Mis-
,walk the earth with his lan-
tion as good citizens to supportthis car.No sile Test Center.Alabama .
tern until Judgment Day.It wonder parents are espe-
very worthy effort, they
was always believed that cially concerned with the wel-
Halloween night was a night for added. fare of their children on Halloween I Icpo Notes ]IA Texas Students

goblins, ghosts, spirits, imps, night. It's a night when bed-
spooks and what have you. Peo- time is moved back an hour, or Halloween Dance has been Snare AE School Honors

ple born on this night where SNAFU two, if the protests are loud scheduled for the CPO Club tomorrow Bryan Taggart, A E I A N, of

destined to live life with a power enough, and little ones are allowed (Friday) at 2000. Vernon, Ala., and Wilford Willy,

to perceive the future and to the unaccustomed privi- Hugh Corley and his combo Jr., AEMAN, of Fort Worth, Tex.,
create black magic. lege of roaming a dark street. will furnish music. Prizes will were both honormen for Avia-

The be given for the best and most tion Electrician's Mate School
supernatural, the mystic, LITTLE WONDER then, that
the -n original costumes.At Class A at the graduation last
occult continue to catch the U Tti" organizations such as the National -
week at NATTCenter.
fancy and tomorrow night Safety Council are urging 2300, "The Lady With the
when all is asleep, who knows? parents, and children, too, to go TV Mind" will provide a mind Willy joined the Navy in Sept.
all out to make this October 31 reading act for your entertain- 1957, and will report to Corpus
safe from Halloween hazards. ment. Christi, Tex., while Taggart, who
Backward enlisted in Dec. 1955, will go to
t.Yscoutt How can parents make Hal- All CPOs, their wives and Pensacola, Fla.
loween free from tragedy? Turn guests are invited to the affair.

I Glances your attention to these items, the Hats and noise-makers will be A member of a communist

November 10. 1948 Council advises: provided. army was sentenced to be flog-

Three Jacksonville Navy com- I Buy your children lightcolored ged. During the flogging he

mands w e r 6 activated In im- w costumes, they're easier to see What a day I lost my job.I laughed continually. The harder
pressive ceremonies. at night. And make sure the out- lost my billfold with $500 in it. the lash was laid on, the harder

Commands starting here were: .,,,"...t'.,...;..,.\:.,f1. .. ..x.] fits aren't tripping hazards, and My wife left me. Ifae Dodgerslost the soldier laughed.
Commander Naval Air Bases 1 that they're flameproof. to the Giants.Its "What so funny about being

Sixth Naval District; Commander tr JUST FORGET MASKS ARE dangerous be- unbelieveable leadingby flogged? demanded the sergeant.
Fleet Air Jacksonville, and PiSHT FOR MUPfi ?' I cause they restrict vision.They'realso three in the eighth, and they "Well, you see," chuckled the
NAAS Cecil Field. hot and some are scratchy, lost to the Giants. soldier, "I'm the wrong man."