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Creation Date: November 6, 1958
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i t{ >t e}, i Local Man Back From Long Adventure :



At America's South Pole Deep Freeze :



k The wind howled, the snow Scene of the cold weather is I HE SAID the colder it gets, the

/ < : swirled and the temperaturestood McMurdo Sound, about 9500 drier the humidity and that thereis

: at 50 below zero as the miles from Jacksonville Lt. practically no rust accumulation -
L t
N crew of Squadron VX-6 (Air Peterson has just returned froma on machinery because of

Development Squadron) laboredin year in the Antarctic.Lt. .
this.Lt.
the bitter, biting weather.IT Peterson says the thermo- Peterson was among many

} WAS NO picnic, as Lt.Loyd meter goes a bit above the zero Navymen who volunteered for

Peterson, former NATTCenter mark in the summer months at the hazardous South Pole duty

Discipline Officer and now attached the Pole while it's not uncom- and was at NATTCenter when

.,*, to Fasron 109, will tell mon for mInus-67 readings therein the call came.

you. the winter. (Please turn to Page 6. CoL 1))


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Vol. 16 No. 32 U. S. K. A. S. Jacksonrilla. Florida 6 November 1958


: Holiday RoutineSet v xe.v

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Veterans Day

Tuesday, November 11, is :

Veterans' Day and will be r7;

observed as a legal holidayat

NAS Jax. I ,1" ...ii--:::! :::'!';: '. ,. .
.
; '. '
.F }i4 y r !1 '' : a {Or All military and civilian '. .. ,....:. ....< i
.
...'..Y._.I<&LM$_'..__wii.Xv<. C :O Oa7r f 5.O::w,Ns"J':iOr+Ze'raw.9s1VyYiti: {.:_n_.} }...CMe .{..__. ._"'n personnel will have the day :::.:< :::::ii;:.::r:.. :.::.
REGALIA Lt. Peterson is shown
SOUTH POLE Loyd off, except those on duty and :::"
with just a portion of the heavy winter clothing he was obligedto in maintenance sections. '
wear while on duty at McMurdo Sound in the Antractic. He .
I recently returned from the frozen wastes in 50-below zero tem- Jax Air News offices will }V ? }

peratures. Upon return to duty here Lt. Peterson will be assigned be closed Tuesday so deadlinefor % \ \\

to Fasron 109.NATTC. copy is being moved up V ;.
to Monday at 1200. V

Picture deadline remainsthe

First Over same at 0800 Monday.

Command and sub- unit

public information offices are

requested to 'cooperate on the

Top In CC-UF DriveNaval early deadline.Ronald .



Hamilton Tops

Air Technical Training Center became the first AO School GraduatesRonald _._ _
II"' '''>:lInmo;:
command to reach its goal in the current Navy-Duval Com- CONGRATULATIONS William Donahue, AM2, (right)
Hamilton AOAN of
,
munity Chest-United Fund Drive, attaining a whopping 118 receives congratulations and three silver baby cups from Comdr,
percent in contributions as the drive nears its final stages. Buffalo, N. Y., graduated at the Nicholas Brango. Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four's I
NATTCenter's. spurt pushedthe top of his Aviation Ordnance former commanding officer. Donahue's 'wife, Shirley, recentlygave

overall campaign to 64 per- of the eight participating com- School, Class "A", group at NA- birth to triplet girls.

cent of its $66,420 goal mands are being given final re- TTCenter last week.

THE NAVY'S participation in fnlnders to contribute their shareto Hamilton, who joined the Navyin Initials

the campaign was slated to close the Community ChestUnitedFund January, 1958 will report. to C.O.D. Important

this week, but an extension un- thus making it easier for NAS Quonset Point, R. I.

til Nov. 30 will be allowed for 42 agencies to provide servicesto

aircraft carriers based at May- less fortunate citizens. i For Fasron Six Pilots.
MDBS Due
Payment
port to complete their reports. AMONG COMMANDS partici- I

The carriers have been heavy pating,NAS Jax logged 71.9 per- Mutual Death Benefit Society. "
To most people COD means "Cash on Delivery but to
,
cent of its goal according to
members reminded that
-
contributors to the fund in the are assessment "
latest figures; NARTU, 60.3%; No. 103 is due by Nov. Navy pilots it's, "Carrier onboard Delivery, vital segment of
the Navy's air arm which observes its first anniversary Satur-
past.Military and civilian personnel (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) 14.
day at NAS Jacksonville. .

Only two Navy squadrons on
to carriers at and
Marine ; engers sea
Corps the East coast are assigned the
from sea to land.
highly important and valuablejob

Dances Slated ; COMMUNITY of COD flying. They are AMONG THESE were such

: (HEST UHltfn.fU u l Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron dignitaries as Secretary of De-

ri Ch'! EcF CntT "< 6). QD2"[== Three at Norfolk, Va., and Fleet fense, Secretary of the Navy,
For Birthday ;;, Commander-in-Chief Atlantic
<< ; .' Aircraft Service Squadron Six ,

at NAS Jax.SINCE Fleet, Congressmen, Senators,
for
The biggest event socially Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Marines at NATTCenter each ITS origin 12 monthsago
for Material and others.
is the Marine Ball. seven Fasron Six COD pIlots -
year :7O--i..4 p ...ai.. } Frequently these pilots are
... .
: m. .y. .a. } y impressive
This year it's scheduled for r ;.ir r have logged an
called on for numerous emerg-
Monday, Nov. 10 at 2000, in record of 2000 hours, 149 carrier encies; a man has been hurt at
Hall Auditorium for landings and have flown an
the King .. ... ,. sea or taken seriously ill and
40.j Sr. NrA e.? y u.:1J"j of 20,000 miles
Na- per
sergeants and below, at the average
extended
must be flown ashore for -
tional Guard Armory for Staff month. Illness
medical serious
a
care;
NCO's and the NAS Jax Officer's Operating with three propeller
: or death in the family required
Club for officers. driven TF-l's, an eight pass-
leave miles from landor
The Rockets will be heard at enger plane plus pilot, co-pilot emergency
high priority plane parts must
:
King Hall, and the Les Saun- and plane captain, Fasron Six
be flown out to carriers to keep
x.
ders Orchestra is playing for s fs ta COD pilots fly between 20 and
in "up" status.
Staff NCO's. Johnny Jelinek SOAttfll4 j3u y13i'1fL 30 hours a month each. The TF-1 planes an
Two veteran COD fliers, Lcdr.
will provide music for officers. Is the Navy's passenger versionof
William Phillips, Fasron Six executive -
the famed S2F hunter-killer
These affairs are either for-
officer and Lt. Stanley
,
mal or semi-formal, that is, plane used in anti-submarine
Hubbard Operations
t squadron
either dress blues or dress greensare warfare.
Officer, were first Navy pilots to
apropos for the evening. __ _'_____'n' _._ ___ __ During the last year, Fasron the TF-1.
fly
ever
Waves are invited to attend SHOOTING SKYWARD-Community Chest United Fund Six pilots were credited with .
after the
Shortly Navy accepted
the Ball at King Hall, either Drive board at NATTCenler has line shooting skyward as each carrying more than 15,500 poundsof
alone with an escort. The Center unit raises iis goal for this year's campaign. The board mail to aircraft carriers operating TF's for fleet operations, the
or does not reflect a true indication of the success of the drive as duo began flying them at Naval
thing, if have an escort, on the East coast, and
only you
NATTCenter activities have reached a mark of 118% of the
be sure he's a Marine. goal, first participating command to surpass its goal. transporting more than 400 pass- (Please turn to Page 6, CoL )



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6 November 19$1
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I Buddy Bair Band VAH-1, VP-16 VA.15 Report 6


J1)) } WIXW1i: Here Vets Day Squadrons

Crew's Dance has been sched- Scouting [

HAS. Jutooavllte uled for Tuesday, November 11, I
Cap Elliott W. Parish Jr. _..________..... Commanding Officer --
Comdr. Craystoa U. Weber ................. .........."....._......."................... Executive Officer from 2000 to 2400 at Mainside I VA-1S tion in November.I

Rear Adm. Wendell O. HAD Switzer SIx_Fleet Air.........JacksoarlU..........?................................ Commander Gym, Building 3. The music of The Valions of Attack Squadron VA-15 welcomes aboard James
Capt. George R. Luker ......._.._...........__?.,.?...._....... Chief of Staff. FalrJax Buddy Bair and his Orchestrawill Sun- Ethridge, AMS3; Floyd Hadley
Capt. Uacpbenon Williams ........._.................... ................. Chief of Staff NAB Six 15 returned to NAS Jax Clark ,
n..! Air Wing Citron be featured. shake- AA; Harry Jr., AMS3-
Cap Donald E.!: Uaclatosh __...._... ..._._._........... ..,. Commander day after a six-weeks Close PRM3 ; 1
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ......................................... Chief? Staff Officer Vocalist with the orchestra is down cruise aboard the U. S. S. James ; Loyd Wea <
If aval Liz Cwatee AMI Roland Plourde
'hc:1mIca11'nJn1s\sr ver, ; AN-
Citpt Chtrle L. Moore Jr. _.___...._.._._ Command Officer lovely singing starlet Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42). ;
Comdr. Wilfred E. J'1uhmaDjf .... ..... .. ................. Executive OU1oerCIIDL. Jacque Lynn, the squadron Kenneth Bright, AQFAN, and 1r
.a. n P i She started her professionalcareer During this period Manjourea :r
George AQFAN.VAH1
A1bt Co AberDearI: .. __ Commanding Officer off the beach in Cuba .
lapC; Ferdinand V. Burley ........_................_............................'"?..? Executive Officer in 1948 with the Bair operated e e e l
orchestra. Jacque studied piano and off the carrier.
>IfAltTO!
Cm*. Xforaaa 0. AadeIwoa. .. ......._..._ Coramandtnc Officer for five years and voice for six. While in Cuba, the squadron 1
Comer William & Reedy ___""............_....... Executive Officer completed its loft bombing and Four planes of Heavy One, led
Recent engagements of the by Comdr. William D. Spiegel
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds la Jacksonville, Floridaat earned thirteen Navy "Es" out ; a
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S band include: Eglin Air Froce I commanding officer, performeda
squadrons
Rev. July 1998. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of a possible 25. The I
at Fleet Air Jacksonville. >Naval> Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Base; Fort Bragg; Cavalier Beach in flyover for the spectacular aerial maneuverover I
enter. Fleet Air Whig! 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Utt and the U. 8. Hotel, Virginia Beach; Melody participated Sanford.
Haiti
Naval RoapttaLService of Port-au-Prince, ,
information Officer ._.............?. Cmndr. Charlea. M. Thomas Mill Ballroom,' Chicago, and people The show was in honor of
AssJaiaat Service Information Officer ...........?.,.... Andrew H. Planer prior to the FDR going to port.It the
_ Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI; Bill Roseland Dance City, New York. the first carrier to go change of command of VAH-9.
.... was
.
JOSNLDotUe Johnson; Ron Davis. AN. Circulation-Distribution. Mary:
Ann Daniel SN. Staff ''Photographer Joe O'Brien PHI The men in his orchestra are into port there in several years. The maneuver, called the
The Jax Air Mews la a member of the Armed Forces Press Senrlee.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Isgiven. versatile and entertaining which The squadron is back for a "fleur de les," bore a striking
rhAtigraphs. s. otherwise credited: are offiaial U. 8. Navy pkoto- before it returnsto the
resemblance to
fcrapka.Edttorirt. adds up to one of the finest mu- short period maneuver of
effieea located la Roem Mala AfetawtraUeci BuOdlac Pkcaie sical aggregations in the country. the FDR for an Intex Opera- the same name which the famous
a teutOlLl 1M. ei/1- m er sue
Navy Blue Angels perform.
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NA TIC First Leroy Pilots Heath taking, Lcdr.part Charles were Lcdr.loser -

__ and Lt. Charles Smith.

To Many telegrams were received
Surpass praising performance of the

group which has been dubbed

CC-UF GoalContinued Spiegel's Eagles.
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( from Page 1)) VP-16

Lt (jg) and Mrs. D. A. Hayesare
Commander Fleet Air Jackson-
proud parents of a baby girl.
44
ville, 46%; Naval Hospital,
Stephanie Lynn, seven pounds,
45.7%; Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
15 born Oct. 29 at
ounces, was
35.1%; NAAS Mayport, 35.3%;
St. Vincents Hospital.
and NAS Cecil Field, 17.8%.
Patrol Squadron 16 has qualified
Upon being informed that his

command had exceeded its goal, y yx =.ov'. r. itifr ttlrtUf five officers as Naval Avia-
tionObservers (Navigation).
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. said:
"As always NATTCenter has !: The men are Lt (jg's) J. F. Saf-
.
come to the fore. It is a great ::'#'z fer, T. J. Trigg, J. L. Balay, C.R.

Gasparrinni, H. P. Tassell.
pleasure to see such fine re

sponse from our personnel. I am Arnold Brown, HM1, has re-

proud of them indeed!" Spear- enlisted in the Navy for six

heading the Training Center's years. Brown has completed 16

drive is Comdr. James F Todd.A years of active duty.

further breakdown of units

within commands shows the fol-
o & R
lowing percentages: Under 'SupplyOfficials

NATTCenter, Personnel, 187%;

AGO School, 164 %; Director of : k3fz Visit

Training; AK School, 139%; ________ ___nm _________ _,,_)i.....___".mm"n_'___" __
Training Facilities, 129%; Dental, TUT YOUR BUCK OR LOOSE CHANGE IN THE BUCKET' Overhaul and Repair De-
120%; AO School, 117%; Marine: partment used its own bucket bridgade lad Friday to solicit loose change for contributions to Quonset PointSome
Aviation Detachment and AV the Community, Chest-United Fund. To supplement the officially established method of solicita

Fund School, 114%; N A WS tion these lovely ladies, accompanied by the Jax Navy band toured the nooks and crannies of 30 top management per-
O&R. Posing with their buckets prior to taking off on th.1i-auDt are (left to right) Gloria Darwin
School, 113%;' Supply 108% AE / sonnel from NAS Jax Overhauland
; I Fay Simmons Jo Duffek, Genne Grant, Nancy Kurx and Lillian Wilson.
School, 99%; Administration, Repair Department and

B3%; and Medical,. 77%. Supply Department are at NAS

UNITS WITHIN NAS Jax have Brazilian Air Minister 630,000 Men Quonset Pt., R. I. for a study of

contributed the O & R and Supply operationsthere.
following per- Asked
centage of their goal: Industrial Commends FAW-11 By Navy .

Relations, 141.2%; Navy Ex- For FY '60 The visit to Quonset is part of

change, 114.6%; Communications, NAS Jax and Fleet Air Wing 11 welcomed aboard Maj. The Navy wants an orientation program in which

91.9% Public Works, 89.4%; Gen. Francisco C. deMello, Brazilian Air Minister last week, personnel to keep its periodic visits are made to other

Navy Audit Office, 85.4%; Com- along with eight other civilian and military Brazilian of is slated strength to have at by the fiscal levelit installations by local O&R per-

missary Stores, 80.5% Dental ficials. sonnel.
; 1960, that is 630,000 officers
73.7%; Household Goods, 71.4%; Gen. deMello was greeted up- and men. The group, which departed by
facilities of
Comptroller, 68.4%; Over- on arrival by Capt Elliott W. training FAW-11, This is called air Tuesday, will study new
by Vice Ad-
50 Brazilian
where
haul and Repair, 66.6%; Com- Parish Jr., NAS Jax commanding schooled in anti-submarine pilots are be- miral H. P. Smith, Chief of concepts and industrial methods
ing
NabSix, 63.3%; Security, 62.5%; officer; Capt. D. E. MacIn- Naval Personnel the employed at Quonset.
,
warfare tactics. The
Supply, 61.2%; Operations, 56%; tosh, Commander, FAW-11, and general minimum with which very Making the trip were Capt. J.
trained here in 1946 "but these the
Marine Barracks,51.8%; Admini- Capt. C. L. Lambing, Chief Staff training aids ,much Navy can function. H. Smith, Assistant O & R Of-
new are
stration, 47.5%; Naval Air Mo- Officer, FAW-11. more
Although fecer A. Hopkins;
the Comdr. L.
bile advanced than the ones I re- Navy would ;
Training, 27%; USAF 679th, THE GENERAL and his party member" he related. wish to keep the minimumof Comdr H. G. Benoit; Comdr. C.
15.4%
vices ;Medical and Navy Training De- expect to be in the states for Gen. deMello, wears US Air 642,000 men, it has bowed L. Hodgen; L. J. Hutchins; W.H.

Disease, Navy Fuel Depot, about 20 days touring military Force command pilot's wings be- to budget necessities and its Chance; A.McClure; R.E. Aaron;

Print Vector Control 6ND bases and to visit with his per- side those of the Brazilian air personnel strength is declin- Walt. Stanul; J.B. Badger; L.A.
Shop, unreported. sonal friend, Gen Thomas D. ing almost Jordan N. W.
force. After inspecting FAW-11, 15,000 men from ; A. F. Thompson;
FLEET AIR Jacksonville's per White, Chief of Staff of the US he toured the Station with Capt. the 644,710 In uniform it had Runckles; W. E. Hiers; O. M.

centages read like this: Com- Air Force. I Macintosh, Capt. Lambing, and near the beginning of fiscal Graeef; T. Cox; C. H. Law, of

FairJax Staff, 340%; Fasron Six, The general feels his pilots are I Comdr. J. W. Clark. '59. O&R; and Hartley Steeves and

157.8%; Fasron Nine, 153%; receiving "excellent" training According to mutual assistance W. N. Wilson of Supply Depart-

VAP-62, 151.3%; VF-43, 143%; here at NAS Jax, "the very best agreement Brazil will receiveUS ment.

VW-4, 137.7%; VA-176, 137.6%; possible." Navy P2V Neptune patrol Meritorious Mast
CarDiv Six, 129.2% VF-174 Visiting Cape Canaveral recently -
; ,
bombers to increase that interview
na- After aimless
a long,
126.4%; VU-10 Detachment the general was impressed Given Marine ggt.
tion's anti-submarine warfare with a budding starlet, the casting
116.2% Fasron and complimented when ask-
; 51 Det. A 108.8
; defenses. They are to be flown Sgt. Patrick Johnson, assis- director scribbled on her
VFP-62 103.2 ed to sign his name on the side
%
; VA-36, 99.7%
; by Brazilian pilots trained hereat tant supply chief, Marine Air card: "Bust, 42 /. Qto
VAH-1 of the next rocket being
96.8%; VF-174, 73.6%; moon NAS Jax. Reserve Training "
US S prepared for launching.HE Detachment, match.
Saratoga, 72.7%; VA-44, received
a meritorious
.
65% VA-35 49.3 SPOKE of efficiency in the mast last .
; %; all others
The N AS Jax CommissaryStore week for an outstanding job.
unreported. Accurate a night
following percentages: Fasron will be closed Tuesday, Presenting the award was club report from

Units attached to Fleet Air 109, 42.8% VP-18, 40.6%; VP-16, November 11, due to the Veter Johnson's commanding officer, "The press crowd agent: filled to

Wing Eleven have reported the 27.3%; and Staff, 15.2%. an's Day Holiday Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison capacity." was



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6 November 1958 JAX AID. NEWS Pap 3 I Ir

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y'r Saw Corregidor Fall !



Icomir r ivy Wives II Chief At NAiTCenteri;




Navy Wives Club No. 86 was a Recalls Days As POWIn i

honored last week by the pre-

sence of Mrs. Mary Paolozzi, } I

past president of the National +sr.; :. the words of author William L. White, "They Were
Navy Wives Club of America, "
.. Expendable.
..
Inc. f' ->. Living proof of this is Robert Burnett, TMC, now on
Mrs. Paolozzi, who composedthe duty as leading chief of Aviation Ordnancemen Schools a1;

Navy Wives Pledge used in NATTCenter, who was attachedto

all clubs throughout the country, Motor Torpedo Squadron home for the next three years. I

gave the group a resume of her Three when White wrote his It was work and work on a rico j

experiences while organizingone famous book. and soup diet, until he way I
of the original clubs in Cal- moved to another camp near Ki-
i CHIEF BURNETT, who enter
ifornia. oto where conditions became
ed the Navy in October 1938,
Hostesses for the evening were even worse.
served on various ships until
Mesdames Barbara Cannady,
volunteering for duty with the He remained a prisoner until
i .
Ernestine Derleith and Mary
Connaughton.New r torpedo squadron in July 1941. being liberated Sept. 6, 1945. A

members welcomed into kih! With six PT boats loaded on a first class petty officer when

the Club were Mrs. Ross Coombs _...""'...w...'....,;_".""..,. ,..'<.......::9. .....,........,.*',...._. ,<'I, ......'" ,_,,,_ Navy tanker, MTB Three left captured, Burnett was advancedto
and Mrs. Arnold Young. ENDS LENGTHY DUTY TOUR Louis Campbell, AMC. New York in the dead of night, chief retroactive to October
(second from left) listens to reading of his retirement orders destination unknown. The out- 1943.
The Club is Bazaarat
planning a by Capt. Elliott W Parish, Jr., commanding officer of NAS Jax.
the Clubhouse in Dewey Park Chief Campbell was retired last Friday with honorary rank of I fit was commanded by Capt.John Me d a 1 sbestowed upon the
Saturday. Festivities should be- captain after more than 30 years active duty. Present at the Bulkeley, (who was then Ltjg), chief include: Silver Star (pre-

gin at 1100 with a Kiddie Cos- ceremony with Chief Campbell is his wife, Helen. After many weeks of travelingand sented by the Army), Purple

tume Parade through Dewey refueling under darkness, Heart, Army Distinguished Unit

Park. the squadron arrived in Manilain Emblem, Presidential Unit Cita-

There will be prizes at all 'Chief Campbell Ends September, and was at Cavite tion, Good Conduct Medal,

game booths, including dart when war broke out. American Defense, Asiatic Paci-

game, horse shoes, bean bag THE OUTFIT made many patrols fic Theater, American Theater,

throwing, penny pitch, nail driv- Lengthy Tour ,Of DutyLouis out of Manila and Subic Victory Medal, Navy Occupationand

ing, ball and bottles and fish Bay where the Japanese were Philippine Defense.

pond. AMC the side" into building up their forces. First
Campbell was "piped over
,
Movies will be shown in the encounter was with an enemy Arkansas Carolina
Clubhouse for children of all civilian life in an impressive ceremony Friday at NAS Jax. cruiser. The PT boats won the ,

ages, and there will also be a Chief i Campbell leaves the I ation from Admiral Pennoyerfor battle.In Men Top AE GradsClyde

fire truck and merry-go-round. service after more than 30 years.' experimental work done with March, the squadron was Orender, Jr., AEMAN,
active duty. Present at his retirement in-flight refueling. selected to take Gen. Douglas
of Bauxite, Ark., and Lester Le-
were his wife, Helen, He has been advanced on the MacArthur and other high officials -
wark, AEI3, of Harbinger, N. C.,
t 'w and father, William B. Campbell retired list to honorary rank of off the island of Corregidor. shared honorman billet at Avia-

of Mexico. captain. This mission was also suc- tion Electrician's Mate Class "A",

FOLLOWING reading of his i cessful. graduation at NATTCenter last

retirement orders by Capt. Elliott However, the boat on which week.
W. Parish Jr., NAS Jax 2000 EM Ask Burnett was traveling had to be

skipper, the "pipe over" took scuttled after two days out and Orender, who joined the Navyin
College TrainingFree May 1958, will report to Basic
the Ad Building
-
place on quarterdeck they were returned to Corregidorby
Training Group 7, Memphis,
education under the the submarine Permit.

Campbell entered the Navy as Navy's two education pro- ONE OF THE jobs handled by Tenn.

an apprentice seaman October 1, grams has been applied for Burnett on the island was help- Lewark has been in the Navy

1928. Of more than 30 years by more than 2000 enlisteds, ing dump millions of pesos in since Sept. 1956, ''and will be

duty, 21 were spent at sea and 1220 applying for the two-year silver in Manila Bay, keeping stationed with VF1-21 NAS Mir-

slightly more than half of his Navy Enlisted Advanced them from falling into Japanese amar, Calif., FFT VF-53.
School Program and 2171 for
4: ;1Is Navy time was served as an of- hands.
the four-year Navy Enlisted
ficer. The day Corregidor was invaded -
Scientific Education Program. Beneficial Award
The first years were spent he was assigned to the
enlisteds
The college-bound
through officer Fourth Marines and was put into
petty
working
r.Y :" ........,;.: ;.,_._ _.w- up will be picked on March 16 ChecksGiven
ranks. He was ordered for flight the front lines. He was woundedby 21
NEW CHAPLAIN Coming by a selection board at Bu- ;
training at Pensacola in 1936. a hand grenade and sent toa
aboard recently is Lt (jg) Henry Pers which is authorized to
Kelly, (above) new assistant to HE MAINTAINED flight status choose 110 for the two-year hospital. 0 & R EmployeesCapt.
NAS Jax Catholic Chaplain, until budgetary restrictions When Corregidor fell May 6,
and 270 for the four-
Francis Burke. Father program
Capt. here from Chap- forced him into non-flying assignments science course. Burnett was taken prisoner, and Thomas Haley, NAS Jax
Kelly comes year
lain's Indoctrination School at in 1950. Candidates could apply for with 2,000 other POWs, left the Overhaul and Repair Officer, presented -

Newport, R. I. Some highlights of his career I either or both college pro- Philippines in October. beneficial suggestionchecks
included skipper of VPB-26 in AFTER 30 days at sea, they last week to 21 employees

Lt (jg) Kelly New Japan and China and commanding grams. arrived in Osaka, Japan, theirFLT1I1 whose suggestions were adopted.

.....
officer of Fasron 113 at Among those receiving checks

Catholic Chaplain Whidbey Island, Wash. were Clarence Miller, who sug-

He served as NAS Jax Spe- : t1riJ gested and installed a pressure

Aboard StationA cial Services Officer from 1956 switch which rings a bell when

until early this year. pressure in the acetylene line

new assistant to NAS Jax Chief Campbell holds a Navy : :i drops below 10 pounds.

Catholic Chaplain (and Senior Cross, Navy Unit Commendationand THE BELL warns the operatorto

Chaplain) Capt. Francis i A personal letter of commend- stop applying colmonoy coat-

Burke reported aboard NAS Jax ing until the pressure returns to

recently. He is Lt (jg) Henry Church Women's Council normal. When acetylene pressureis

Kelly. below 10 pounds, the colmonoyspray
Plans At Station
Chaplain Kelly comes here Meeting : ::61bL docs not bond properly.Also .
from the Chaplain IndoctrinationSchool Approximately 100 women are
Junior Teske and Peter
at Newport, R. I. wherehe expected to attend the annual ,
reported upon entering the Area Four meeting of the Coun- Mcclewski, for developing a substitute -
cil of Church Women of Jack- ; for fiberglas conduit, and
Navy a little over a year ago.
Herbert: Pinney, for a round
the Navy. sonville to be held in All Saints'
Before entering
Friday Nov. 14 from socket screwdriver-wrench to
Chapel ,
three
Kelly spent yearsas
Chaplain 0900 to 1500.Meetings provide adequate support for the
the Resur-
at
assistant rector sides; of the screw to prevent
rection Parish, Chester, Pa., and sponsored by the breakage when loosening.

two years as chaplain at the Chapel Women's Guild of AllSaints'
General Hospital. ALSO RECEIVING checks were
Philadelphia be held in
Chapel, will
Philadelphia, Father Loel Judy, Wilson George, Clifford -
While at the Protestant Chapel and Build- Simplet Henry Sorensen,
Kelly was director of the New-
Club in the Philadelphia ing 722 (Chapel Activities Build- Pinkston Watterman (two

nan School of Nursing. He taught a ing.) m.mn.mn .. ___ _m _._____._ n_.______._ .. awards), Kermit, Jordan, James
class in medical ethics at this Arrangements have been made IDEAS BRING REWARDS Capt. Thomas Haley, NAS Panipinto, Schley Davis, Benjamin -

non-sectarian school."I for box lunches to be purchasedfrom Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer, (left) presents Beneficial Dense (three awards), Donald -
said Suggestion check to Clarence Miller one of 21 O&R employeesto Smith, Lowell McCampbell,
into the Navy,
came the civilian cafeteria. There get such honors last week. The checks are awarded throughthe Zlyde: Murphy, Atwood Carter,
"with the idea that
Father Kelly, Incentive Awards Committee. Miller won his for a pressureswitch
will be no tours or visiting a- Francis Bell, Robert Barr, Mae'rescott
men in service need priests justas which rings a bell when pressure In an acetylene line
much as on the outside." round the base. drops below 10 pounds. and Fred Minor.



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Beneficial Ideas r

.. ) fte employees from NAS Jax Thursday November 6

< ,..' \' Supply Dept. received checks Mainside Wolf Larsen (dra-

1.< ,.,. r"f.. Friday for submitting beneficial ma) with Barry Sullivan and

J,!+''if'. .; j suggestions on improving effici- Peter Graves. Also, Ann Egg
,
., .,' ,,,,, ,{t ency within the department. Scramble.
<<
> ; 't}I
The checks were presented by NATTCenter- Joy Ride (dra-
II. ; Ijoi .J : I
Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler, NASJ ma) with Regis Loomey and Ann
With
,TheM, ; ,?! ""J' a x Supply Officer, to Ann Doran. Also, Jungle Monarchsand

JVxBtaigSrtgS 10 I Faircloth and Eustace Carter. Aqua Roma.
;
Mrs. Faircloth, who is Control Hospital The Blob (color
,,(f EtG Q lm g of MarNav Division's Issue Section super- science fiction) with Steven Mc-
Eafiy.7i, Toastntf4ers\ Club was /
visor received check
a $123.30 Queen and Anita Corseaut. Also,
held last week at the Colonial for her idea to produce TXR .

Restaurant to select a represent- cards on gang basis instead of \. Travelaffs.

#{4'', M'' 'Mh) Nav at the, nextXbjfe6)chtrContest. one at a time. TXR cards are Friday, November 7

utilized when release of obliga- Mainside Armored Attack
11 Slx'speakers vied for this hon- tions are established by stock (drama) with Dana Andrewsand

JPWjttieir? topics were: JimWWiTon control on transceiver reques- Ann Baxter. Also, Rock Em'

"America's Future;" tions.A .....-.--- Cowboy.
Paul Underwood, "America's BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION Mrs. Anna Faircloth, Issue NATTCenter Wolf Larsen.
Biggest Mistake;" Roy EvensenAmerica's check for $30.90 was givento Section supervisor of NAS Jax Supply Department, explainsto Ride.
Asset Bob Carter, a blocker and bracer Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler NAS Jax Supply Officer, (center) Hospital Joy
Greatest
; and Sleeves Issue Control Branch her
Hartley supervisor, November 8
for Labor and Equipment Branchof Saturday,
Lfcfler, "What Modern Liberty ideas on more efficient and speedy distribution of TXR cards.
Means;" Dick Murphy, "Com- Material Division, on his sug- Mrs. Faircloth received $123.30 for her suggestion. Mainside Decks Ran Red

munism; Will It Survive," and gestion for a stock support stand (mutiny on high seas) with

Bob Gelles, "The Challenge of for a bench saw. James Mason and Dorothy Dand-
Jacksonville Fair Plans Also Cat Napping.
Life." The stand would be used witha ridge. ,

Judges Larry McLeod, Hank treble saw to support long NATTCenter-Armored Attack

Marshall, and Carl ton Dunn boards or sheets of plywood or Hospital Wolf Larsen.

picked Murphy as MarNav's representative similar material. This stand uses Armed Forces DisplaysAll Sunday November 9

with Underwood as inverted swivel casters to permit Mainside Rock A Bye Baby

alternate. Harv Harville was easy movement of material and branches of the armed services in the area are com (color comedy) with Jerry Lewis

chairman of the meeting. has folding legs which are bining talents and efforts in arranging a mammoth Armed and Connie Stevens. Also Sky
Also at the meeting four new adaptable to regulate height of Scrappers.
Forces Display as one of the features of the Greater Jack
members were introduced, Rus- the roller surface and providefor sonville Agricultural and Industrial Fair to be held Nov. NATTCenter Decks Ran Red

sell Smith, Charles Jacobs, Wal- easy storage when the standis 13-22. Hospital Armored 'Attack.

lace Conyers and Alfred Jones. not in use.
Highlighted by a missile and I Monday, November 10
They were unanimously elected The big Fair will include
rocket exhibit, which contains arts Mainside Silent Enemy
into the club and were charged missiles of all services, the Arm- and crafts show, livestock show,
Comdr. (Navy feature) with Lawrence
with their responsibilities by Don Poynter farm
machinery, boat show mid-
ed Forces display may outdo Harvey and Dawn Adams. Also,
Muller, Lieutenant Governor of
anything yet attempted locally. way attractions, commercial exhibits Guided Missile and Venezuela
the Northern Subdistrict.Any Hew Of contests, prizes and
Skipper ,
in the Armed plentyof show 1900
male over 21, of good Also included free attractions. Holiday. One only.
Forces portion will be a huge NATTCenter Rock A Bye
-
morals, is eligible to become a 'Cane HuntersComdr. Scene of the Fair will be the
Industrial Display, depicting Baby.
member of this club. Guests are area adjoining the Gator Bowl.EXHIBIT .
welcome at the Club's Thursday work at NAS Jax O & R; a Navy Hospital Decks Ran Red.
Drexel E. Poynter, 16-
night meetings at the Colonial cargo handling display from -- --,
year Naval aviation veteran, assumed Tuesday, November 11
Restaurant.; Meeting time: 1900. command of the Navy'sHurricane Cheatham, Va.; all types of ; Mainside I Married A Mon-
military equipment and material;
Hunters ster From Outer Space (science

Confidence in the speaker .,., planes, and various booths spon- fiction) with Tom and
was .',.,.. ". xaq.';",',''>, from Comdr. Tryon
: ; ;" i f<"";'x> ; sored by Navy activities.
stressed by Toastmasters Bailey, ;::: ;;: : '"\ Nicholas Bran- Gloria Talbot. Also, Gopher

Young and Don Daugherty in' I: :::> : : }; go duringformal Plenty of Armed Forces Tal- Broke.
ent has also been obtained for
their presentation of speechcraft I NATTCenter Silent Enemy.
prior to the regular Officer's I i ::: at ceremonies NAS- the Fair, including the Jax Navy Hospital Rock A Bye Baby.

Toastmasters Club meeting last week. fii 538th Air Force Band, Hunter Wednesday, November 12

Table topics chairman for the ;' :$h morning.The AFB, Ga., including Chorus; ?fX Mainside Frontier Gun
'
evening was Curt Kretzchmann. %: change Circle R Wranglers, Ft. McPherson : (western drama) with John Agar
MJ f command
Each situation "" ; o Ga.; and individual talent. and Barton McLaine. Also, Hap-
participant was given a <<*i;:: brings the .II ;
and asked to complete a sixth The bands will offer popular, } py Vally and The Green Archer,
com-
mock telephone call to straighten Comdr. Poynter manding officerto concert and symphony-type mu- / Chapter 14.Letter .

matters out.Toastmaster. sic. Most of the talent will be
Airborne Early Warning
for the Armed Forces at 1
eveningwas heard on Day :; '
Squadron Four.
Sam Anderson, who taxed the Fair, Nov. 21, with military : Commends

members' imagination.The The ceremony opened with personnel in uniform admittedfree ) ,

Club was priviledged to full dress inspection of squadron on that day. ''>'';: <;> '' ., \ VA-35 Chief For
hear Frazier Hellings, Julius personnel by both the incomingand

Moessner and Richard Blanken- outgoing skippers. Comdr. :
ship, all members of speechcraft, Brango then read his transfer All Loans At WtilJ( Outstanding WorkE.

their ice-breaker orders and relieved of his
present speeches. was :
\ M. Bush, AEC, maintenancechief
,
command when Comdr. ::
.
Immediately afterwards, all Poynter Credit Union \ %; *' 'i' y ;" ; with Attack Squadron
35
three were voted in as members read his order before the gorupof ,
was awarded a letter of
of Toastmasters 546. over 700 officers and men, com-
Are IssuedMembers mendation last
week
by Comdr.
military and civilian dignitaries,
.. Harlan W. Foote, skipper of VA-
relatives and friends. %:
The Carriage Room of Mor- of Jax Navy Federal 35.

rison's Cafeteria was the scene Prior to entering the Naval Credit Union who died or became -

of Tuesday's session of the Navy service in 1942, Comdr. Poynterwas disabled in the last two Bush, who served as squadron

Civilian Toastmasters.Bob a primary flight instructorfor months had their loans paid off maintenance chief during the recent -

Mein added a new twistin Riddle Aeronautic Institute, by CUNA Mutual Insurance Co. Mediterranean cruise aboard

his Icebreaker with his deliv- which was contracted to train This amounted to $1,536.15 in : the Saratoga, was presented the

ery of "Confusion and Amazin;; men of Lend Lease Nations and disability payments and $270.35in commendation for his "outstand-

Norman Brooks lambasted lethargy the US Army.In death claims. t ing judgment" initiative and en-

of the public at voting This is a wonderful feature of ergy.
1949 while attached to VR-
,
time in his talk on "Are You A the loans obtained through the The commendation read in
8 in he awardedthe
Good Citizen;" Junior Teske Germany, was Credit Union aboard the Stationin part, "The squadron maintainedan
Air Medal for
participationin
provided members with informa- the Berlin Airlift. Followingthe Building 39, at no extra outstanding 93 per cent main-
tion on the recent district meet charge to Credit Union members.The tenance availability while
Korean conflict Comdr. flying
through his speech "You Lost," Credit Union urges all 6000 hours and loging 2500
Poynter served aboard the escort car-
and Ken Scales offered fine tips non-participants within the field rier landings without
carrier USS Palau ( accident.
in "Selecting a Good Subject." CEV-122), of membership-Naval and civil-
which sailed with both the At- "Your
E. K. McIlrath headed evalu- ian personnel of the Navy within outstanding professional
lantic and Pacific fleets. performance of
ators, including Aubrey Silvey,i Duval County-to go to Build- all assigned duties -

Mel Hawker, Andy Planey and Prior to reporting to VW-4 as ing 39 and join the everincreasing ... "' your ability to plan and assign -
=:::::::II work to
Ernie Newberg. Ed Hoban toast-! executive officer in 1957, he was number of members now "A" Modeling at others, and effec-
mastered the program, with Public Information Officer for taking advantage of the many the beachwear exposition in tively direct them is in the high-

Frank Roberts as topicmaster, Chief of Naval Air Training and services offered by the Credit Paris is shapely Giselle, shown est"traditions of the Naval serv-
: here in a baby ice, the
and Rod Pinney lexicologist. Naval Air Basic Training. Union. i "Come to See Me.bikini" called ed.II commendation conclud-



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1958 SAX AIR NEWS Pa".5lew



Flier Cage Model Unveiled On Home Boards Friday Sparkles Pace

Capt. Cup RaceThe

; he 1958-59 Jax Navy ON HAND to throw out the AROUND GOOD will be vet- FOLLOWING the two-game race for the NATTCenter -

prs, a rather unknown first ball at opening night festiv- eran performers Bob Crittendon, series with the PMGC Saints, the Captain's Cup is now in

ntity at this early stage, ities will be Capt. Elliott W. a handyman from Fasron 109; Fliers will be on the road until a its final week,with the Spark-

I the lid off another hard- Parish Jr., Station commandingofficer. hgh-scoring: Chuck Felton of November 25 engagement with ies of AE School way out in

5d season in their earliestr VF-13, Cecil Field; playmaker"Hot Jacksonville University. front with 7268 points.
t in years at Mainsidem The Saints and Fliers hook up Dog" Matillo of O & R; Other home games scheduledto

| tomorrow night (Fri- in another tilt Saturday night, O. C. Foster, VP-16; Warren date include: Dec. 19, May- The Missilemen of NAWS

). also at Mainside gym. All home Rouse, VP-16, and B. L. Stuvel, port Navy;Jan. 9, Sanford Navy; School are in second place
SROVIDING opposition for I games start at 2015. Operations. Jan. 10, Orlando AFB; Jan. 16- with 5625 points, followed by

|h Herb Stovall's crew willie The Fliers are building arounda Newcomers expected to see 17, Albany Marines; Jan. 21-22, AvFund School, 4981; AK

potent Fort Gordon Pro- crop of returning veterans, lots of action this campaign are Charleston MineLant, and Jan. School, 4362; AO School, 4266;

Marshal five. The PMGC headed by four-year man Jim Bob Jester, Cecil Field; Jack 30, Patrick AFB. Support Splinters, 4248; Ma-

holds a big margin over Good of VW-4. Good was high Dorman; Dick Savage of NAS; More home games are expectedto rine Aviation Detachment,

Navy in games played past point man for the Fliers last A very Womack, VF-173, and be added to the card in the 3445, and AGO School, 1650.
ons. year. Charlie Samataro, NATTCenter. next few weeks.



WS School First Place Duels Take


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[ Grid LoopSchool's Mainside Keg Spotlight ,


eleven played the Leaders managed to stay astride respective leagues after \

ler in the NATTCenter foot- finish of competition on the Mainside bowling front last week. \,

league last week by dump- VW-4 "B", with a 31-5 mark I
AGO School out of a possibleoff continues to hold sway in the for high individual series in the

for the Center title. American League despite Special American circuit. claimed i
The Cane Hunters
ie Ensigns, tied with NAWS Services' excellent second-place )
jol, were defeated, 26-13, showing ((31-9). high team game and series, with
r
marks of 907 and 2513
respec-
e NAWS grabbed a 28-0 IN THE NATIONAL League,
.
ry over AvFund. ; ComFair Jax's "A" club owns a tively.IN
THE NATIONAL League,
32-8 mark in leading the'18teamfield
her action found the Ord- Bedell of Communications witH
r.,.. with Operations ((28-12) ,
emen downing the Storeers -
228 earned high for the
a game
and NARTU "A" (29-15) in
? 6-0, and the Marine I week while Tom Pechin of O &
tion Detachment trouncing close pursuit. R Enlisted 559 for
piled up a
Pete DellaPenna of VW-4 "B"
[winless Splinters, 32-7 high series.
re' gained high game honor for the
Iso, the Marines rolled over, Team honors for high game
week with a 232, while SpecialService's
Ensigns, 32-6; NAWS School' :\ and series went to Dental 'B"
Hughes blasted a 588
ated the Splinters to clinch k '{: vg (856) and NARTU "A" (2417).

crown, 32-6; AE School Leading individual average

ped the Storekeepers, 33-0, > : parades are Ralph Tice, peren-
AO won its second game of k nial pacer of VW-4 "B" withan

[ week, a 6-0 fray with Avd -' TheWATER American League mark of

School. '+ 185 while the National loop pace-
I + .t: 1'
ith one game left for the setter is Donaghy of N ART U

ilemen, they own a 9-0-4 -=,.... ,.. "A," 176.Below.
d with AE School, destined' IN A MUDDLE Aciiriiy got underway in Mainside bas LINE is listed efforts in the
(runner-up honors, holding a ketball leagues last week with all clubs getting into high gear. high game and series fields that
mark. Attack Squadron 176 and Fighter Squadron 173 tangled in one Sailing regatta for the Greater have held up through ensuing
ter dropping the first twoes of the first games on the card. During early action in the game. Jacksonville Sailing Competitionwas weeks of Mainside competitionto
of the season, the Spark- Ron Dawson (right, on floor) of VF-173 tries to wrest the sphere held Sunday from the Flo- date, in both team and Indi-
identifiable
from VA-176's Doug Blastic. Other players are
roared back to take the next (from left) William Peery and Harold Reed of VA-176. The rida Yacht Club. vidual brackets.

f 11. Fightermen won the tilt, 4438.Could've Thirteen boats competed in the BCASON RECORDS
American League
two-heat, three mile event Navy High Ind. Series
Tice. VW-4 "B" ...................................632
HAS Intramural Jax Sailing Club boat No 573, High Game
t Been Worse, skippered by Ensign Fred Tlcet VW-4 "B" ...................................348
n SeriesVW4
e
I
Mangol, scored fourth place in "B.. .............................................2691

ver Brave Grid Pickers Basketball loops I first heat and third in the sec- High Team"B"! C tneVF4 .................................... 030

,Results of the first Jax Air News pigskin pickings show Ron Begin WarfareNames ond. Hljrh Ind. Series R'atloaalLeague"A" .....................583
John Mason and Brew Ely, Donalh'bNARTU
the other with
each tieing
is Editors
Bill Weekes and the both of the Rudder Club, exchanged Dopaehy NARTU "A" ..................-..241
correct selections out of 15 for a .600 average. like Fasron 109, Hospital Hijrh Team Series
THE FEARLESS THREESOME were correct across the board VAH-1, Fasron Six and VP- first and second place High O&R Team Enlisted Game........-...........?...........?.2972

two; games, picking Southern Cal over Stanford and Auburn 16 took the spotlight during early honors for the two races. ComFair Jax "A" ..............................899

Florida (by a hair at that). However, the boys got fouled up action in opening g a m e s of
11 choosing Georgia to down Alabama and Ohio State to beat I Mainside intramural basketball

western. leagues.

Davis was the only forecaster to stand successfully against his Fasron 109 posted a pair of J
>rts by selecting Oregon SL to beat California and Purdue to victories, walloping Medical, 55- ,p y { { 1 Y K ,

id Illinois. However, Davis bore the brunt of defying his 21, then taking Special Services,

-ages unsuccessfully on four different occasions. 38-24.

NEVERTHELESS WITH SWELLED HEADS the intrepid trio I Hospital looked good in also

again venture forth making stabs at bettering its already registering a brace of victories.
winners of Nov. 8. .
ulous" .600 per centage, by announcing They downed FAW-11,44-20, and

e, meenie, mynie, moe . VU-10, 34-23.
(Guest guesser this week is Bob Caskey, JO2" from NATTCenSIO. -
Fasron Six swamped FAETUin ;
.
) Illi- a lop-sided tilt, 55-15, while
The Maryland-Navy; Notre Dame-Pittsburg;
games are:
the 679th
VA-44 was dropping
Northwestern-Wisconsin; Purdue-Ohio St.; Miss.
-Michigan
; Air Force, 3022.In .
[Auburn; Duke-LSU; Georgia-Florida; Fla. St.-Miami; Clemson-
rgia TechTexas; A&M-SMU; UCLA-California; Wash. St- other games of the embryo

St; Holy Cross-Colgate. Small school sleeper: Sewannee- season, VF-173 eked past VA- ,
44-38 VP-16 VAP62 y v 4s.
176, ; tripped -
h. & Lee.IVIS .
WEEKES EDITORS CASKEY 50-37, and VAH-1 whipped
Medical, 52-29.
Navy Navy Navy
Pitts. N. D. N. D.

Ill. Mich.Wise.. Ill. NATTC Craft ShopOnExpandedHours

IC. N. W. N. W. s#<.
Purdue Purdue PurdueAuburn

burn Auburn Auburn The NATTCenter Craft Shop,

LJf LSU LSU LSU in Building 503, is now open }
f rgia Florida Florida Florida from 1300 to 1630 and 1730 y
St. Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St. daily .--ll..._ ....l"IL
2200.
to
son Ga. Tech. Ga. Tech. Ga. Tech. "GRAB THE BALL" Yells G. A. Barwick, (left) to Fas-
_ SMU SMU SMU Instruction in leathercraft, ron Six teammate M. O. Robertson, (right) during a loose mo-
Cal. Cal. model railroading, constructionof ment in the recent Fasron Six-V AH.l Mainside touch football
Tie model airplanes and other game at Muslin Field. Barwick tagged Fred Calls (center) of
h. St. Wash. St. Ore. St. Ore. St. VAH-1 Just as the ball slipped from Calls' hands. The Fasron-
Crosslannee H. C. H. C.Sewannee. H. C. crafts is provided at various lies went on to pin a 7.0 setback on VAH-1 in one of the final
W & L W & L times by competent instructors. tilts of the regular season.





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Local Man Back From 1 iIL C.O.D.( ImportantContinued from Page)

I Air Test Center, Patuxent River,
: : Md.

L : LCDR. PHILLIPS has logged
Year At Antarctic BaseContinued _
: r'i f 1300 air hours in the TF, closely
i trailed by Lt. Hubbard with

( from Page 1)) more than 1000. Before flying

His duties with VX-6 were of the fact Air Force planes there TF's here, they flew TBM's.

a maintenance nature which Included were not equipped with skits, During the months of April

I work on P2V-7s, R5Ds, those planes took off immediately > and September this year, Fas-
I for New Zealand. Six COD pilots recorded 18
R4Ds, HUS helicopters and VC- ron
I 1s (a high-winged single-en- Because of hasty departure of landings each month aboard car-
J used for Air riers. Earlier in the year, Lcdr.
gine plane transporting Force craft, the Navy's heli-
\ personnel and equipment). copters and other aircraft were Phillips chalked up 12 landingsin

AIRCRAFT AT McMurdo pressed into service to salvage one day while shuttling back

I Sound as well as at other instal- equipment and supplies along 2; r; > .+ : and forth between the British
}ations down there had to be the runway since it was felt the carrier Ark Royal and the USS

I pre-heated before starting engines entire runway might break off. iir: Saratoga.
and this took from Comdr. Glenn Phillips, Fasron
process i "
one ,to three hours. ANOTHER interesting event Six commanding officer, also answers -
occurred while Lt. Peterson was the call when COD flightsare
VX-6 had of 20-
a complement
at McMurdo. In February, Dr. routineor
scheduled whether
I 30 officers and 100 enlisted in ,
Vivien Fuchs, New Zealand sci- emergency. Under the latter
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the months. When Lt.
summer
Peterson "wintered over" with entist and explorer, made the AFTER 22-YEARS Leading chief of Attack Squadron condition, ,COD flights are usually -
first transatlantic crossing at the 44, R. E. Rhyne ADC gets piped over the side last week airborne within 10 minutes.
the squadron, there were five officers South Pole on foot. after more than 22-yean with the Navy. Chiefs of VA-44 act
OTHER COD Lt. T.
and 13 enlisted men. ing as sideboyt are, (on left) W. L. Harris, ADC W. C. Good' pilots are J.
Quarters were made from pre- Lt. Peterson was at the South son, PRC; B. B. Kuyrkendall. ADC; T. J. Jewell ADC; (on Willis, Administrative Officer; Lt,
fabricated barracks which were Pole (Little America) when the right) J. H. Matthews, ADC; N. A. Gignac ADC, R. C. Stubbs, (jg) J. D. Weldon, Aviation
ADC, and H. V. Dills ATC. At bo'suns pipe is J. J. Dlubala,
heavily insulated and flatroofed. United Nations flag was raised. BM2. Equipment Officer; Lt (jg) J. T.

Heat was supplied by oil Surrounded in a large circle by Glanville, Flight Officer; Lt (jg)

burners. five steel barrels the E. L. Devries, Assistant Maintenance -
flag pole
C Officer, and Lt (jg) J. L.
ONE DRAWBACK of Antarctic was driven'' into solid ice at the Dependents Of VG-l 0
duty is tasteless chow, since Keery Safety Officer.
most food is dehydrated. Thereare geographical South Pole and the COD Service is only one of
To Make Christmas FilmAre
no fresh vegetables, eggs or flag raised in the breeze. the numerous jobs assigned to

milk and very little variety of Little America, at the South you a dependent of an officer or enlisted member of Fasron Six whose primary mis-"
sion is "Service Fleet.
to the
food, although what was served Pole, is about 400 miles from Carrier Air Group Ten? If so, Channel 4 TV is looking for
Since January of 1958, the squadron's -
was nourishing.Since I the American, Base at McMurdo you. has
jet shop processed a
there was no need for
Sound. Lt. Peterson spent one- WJXT (Channel Four) is mak- total of 348 aircraft engines of
money at McMurdo, all men were mastime aboard the USS For-
hot paid until they left, and at and-a-half months there. ing plans to record sound-on restal. all types, a production rate of
film interviews Nov. 15 with
two engines working day.
that time they simply turned in Yes, Lt. Peterson is a man who families of officers and enlisted UPON COMPLETION, the two This work per was accomplishedwith

signed chits for whatever they knows what life in a giant personnel of CVG-10. The Air films, one for enlisted and one an average of only 36 men
had purchased, were paid off and for officers will be airmailed to
group will be deployed at Christ- ,
f freezer is like. ,Assigned to the shop.
left.Ship's the Forrestal for showing on
Service had meager sup- Christmas Day. The Forrestalis When fleet squadrons have

plies to offer such as soap, tobacco 1r currently deployed in the more planes "grounded" than
and a limited supply of l Mediterranean.All maintenance crews can process
novelties. within a given period, then Fas-
families i of
Two interesting incidents occurred dependent ron Six receives the engines for
CVG-10 officers have been con-
at McMurdo Sound while repair or overhaul which expedites -
tacted however due to the
large
Lt. Peterson was there.In return of planes to flight
number of enlisted families in
instance P2V status.In .
one a
this area, it has proven difficult
,went down at the South Pole addition to various size turbo -
to notify everyone.
and crew, was sent to the scene jet engines, reciprocating en-
and installed another engine in A EACH YEAR, Channel 4 has I gines processed ranged from the

the<< crippled plane. One of it's r, graciously consented to make smallest of the 985 class used in
original engines had malfunc- :: these films in order that mom small SNB "Beechcraft" to the

tioned due to metal parts in the e and kids can say hello and Mer- /frost powerful used in the Navy.Pty .
oil strainers. ry Christmas to husbands and

Another time dads overseas. This year all May-
ice
a 6,000-foot ) _
runway broke loose and went to o..ih port carriers will be home and

sea. Because of this hazard and Y CVG-10 will be the only air
group deployed.

Enlisted dependents desiringto

DivineServices be among those included in s

the film, should contact Com-
FairJax Service Information Of-

fice, extension 592 or Mrs. A. O.

Morton at EV 83967.
ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL N

Sunday, November 9 }

0930-Sunday School for ages T-Sgt. Albertson ;

3 through adults, Bldg. 722; \

Service of Divine Worship, Chap- Finishes Officer
lains Prickett and Alexander.

1100-Divine Worship, Chap- CourseTSgt. For Rent

lain Osman. Training 2-Rm effic. apt., lights, water

1800 Teen-age fellowship, Jack Albertson, Re- incl. 151 Kingsley Ave., Orange

Building 722. cruiting Sergeant of Marine Air Park, Ph. CO 4.9406--$60.00.
1930 United ,Fellowship of Reserve Training Detachment, Apt furn. 4-rms and bath,
Protestants, Bldg. 722. Forty years ago the scratching of pens in a French railwaycar recently received a diploma from garage, electric 3859 Herschel

Monday, November 10 stilled the guns of WWI on Nov. 11, 1918. Armistice Day, one Marine Corps Extension Schoolin St., Ph. EV 71950$70.00.

1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. of our most solemn holidays, was born. Quantico, Va. 3 Bdrm house-5334 Janice
Wednesday, November 12 BUT 22 YEARS LATER A victorious, power-drunk dictator Cir. EV 7-2503-Phillips $90.00.
Albertson received
i 1530-Junior Choir, Bldg.. 722. capered in glee in that same railway car in the Compiegne Forest. T/Sgt. the
for the Officer's For Sale3Bdrm
1630-Youth Choir, Bldg. 722. Five years of bloodshed and destruction lay ahead before Armistice diploma completing -
Basic Extension Course. 2 bath 4118 Torino
Thursday. November 13 Day could commemorate the fallen of WWII. ,
1915 All Saint's Choir Rehearsal Since 1954 we have called it Veterans Day, but its significancehas Many hours were spent during PI. EV 8-9267 Mrs. Tefft.
time-off by Sgt. Albertson to 3-Bdrm house (Ortega Hills)
All Saints' Chapel.ST. not altered. It is a day when the light of human valor and
achieve this goal. 7340 Wonder 7-3557
EDWARDS CHAPEL sacrifice shines on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Lane EV

Sunday, November 9 National Cemetery. It's a day when our gratitude to Americanswho During his career, Sgt. Al- DeMayo.
have died for its bertson has received the 3-Bdrm brick, 2 bath house,
0830-1000-Sunday. freedom finds expression, simple but eloquent Presi-
0630-Daily. in the clean notes of the bugler's Taps. dential Unit Citation, Good Con- equity (Ortega Hills) EV 7-5003.

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL THE BEST TRIBUTE TO OUR war dead can only be a re- duct Medal with four stars, 3-Bdrm brick house, (Ortega

Naval Hospital0630Catholic dedication of our effort to build upon all that they by their sacri- American Defense Service Medal, Hills), 7382 Pineville Dr. EV-

Mass. fice, achieved. Veterans Day loses meaning if we confine our American Theater Service Medal, 7-3985. Lt. Col. McClure-Sell

0930-Service of Divine Wor- observance of it to an annual ritual. Asiatic-Pacific Service Medal ing at cost

ship, Chaplain Bryant. But if on this day we take a fresh look at the great nationwe with four stars WWII Victory Miscellaneous

Latter Day Saints (Mormon have become, if we feel a fresh current of identity with the Medal, Occupation Medal, Na- Swap wanted: Anyone inter

Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. men who fought our wars, we can replenish our energies. We tional Defense Service Medal, ested in swapping duty with
Christian Science Tuesday are in their debt. We owe it to them to stand upright as inheritorsof Korean Service Medal and the AO3 with VA-172 contact Romp

1900-Bldg. 751. their spirit. United Nations Medal. at NATTC, extension 8367.It .