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: November 20, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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: Two Attend Employee Meeting I I

Two delegates of the NAS Purpose of the conventionwas ployees, Shop Planners Asso-
Jax Employees Organization adoption of a brochure for ciation, National Associationof

Council, composed of nine presentation to Congress of Supervisors, National Fed-

employee groups, have returned the worthiness of the Navy's eration of Federal Career Employees -
Overhaul and Repair program National Associationof
from a convention of ,
and the vital it in
National Council of Naval Air part plays Government Inspectors,
Station Employee Organizations relation to the defense of our O & R Employees' Council; and

in Chicago.Representing country. Planner & Estimator and

the local Or- Groups included in the local Progressman Association.

ganization Council, affiliated Organization Council are Mas- Pending election of officersof

with the National Council of ters and Foremen Association, the NAS Jax Employees

Naval Air Station Employee American Federation of Gov- Organization Council, Charles

Organizations, were Charles ernment Employees, National Hart is acting chairman and

Hart and L. L. Wood. Federation of Federal Em- Jack Pace secretary-treasurer.

Comdr. WilliamD.
Spiegel, (left) skipper of
VAH-1, presents to Mrs. James
Zlnn posthumous award of
plane captain of the month. Her
husband was killed in a recent ', \..
A3D crash at Palm Valley. n"x \ '
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VoL 16 No. 34 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville: Florida 20 November 1958

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Be Navy FilledJax Federal Credit t.. 'Mad Dogs' Make Home

Union president Andrew .
Carlson, has announced that a .
nominating committee has S'Y NOS'1 4 \ S SS Here After Long TripThe

been appointed to fill vacancies
on the Board of Directors, aircraft carrier USS Essex (CVA-9)), one of Uncle
Credit Committee and Super- Sam's mighty supercarriers, arrived at her Mayport berth this
visory Committee of the Cre- week after 10 months away from home.
dit Union. With the huge lady came Jax-
Vacancies will be filled at the area based squadrons and de- VA-105 skipper, led the first
followed by Lcdr.J. .
annual meeting scheduled for tachments which were deployed flight, being
January 16, 1959. The committeeis with the ship during her visit J. Gallagher, executive officer.
composed of Dow Beck to the Near and Far East. DURING the ensuing month,
NATTCenter, Lester Sellers, O & ATTACK Squadron 105s Mad VA-105 flew some 400 sorties fora
R, and Daniel Whiddon, O & R. Dogs" were one of the outfits total of 1300 hours performing
reconnaissance and border patrol
THERE will be three vacant returning to a warm welcome.
spots on the Board, two on the Having made a hurried departure flights over Lebanon.
Credit Committee and one on the from Athens, Greece on the Four of the planes were hit
Supervisory panel. morning of July 15, the "MadDogs" but not seriously damaged by
The Credit Union is also look- HONOR GUARD INSPECTION Brig. Gen. Frank C. have the distinction of rebel sniper fire. Ltjg( ) Dave
Croft, (center, foreground) Marine Air Reserve Chief, conducts (For news on the arrival
the first US aircraft to
ing for five alternates to serve being
inspection of SO-man Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment home of VF-lls Red Rippers,
on the Credit Committee and honor guard upon his arrival here for the annual MARTD inspection arrive in Beirut, Lebanon in
2 Col. 5.)
members to serve on the Educa- last weekend. With Gen. Croft is Lt. Col. Patrick Har- support of Marine landings there. see Page ,
rison MARTD Jax officer. Miller's aircraft was hit on two
tional Committee. The term of commanding Comdr. L. W. S. Cummins,
office js three years. VA-105 and the rest of Air
THOSE interested should con- Marine Air Reserve ChiefIn United Fund CampaignGoes Task Group 201 had to cut shorta
tact Beck at extension 8270, or well-deserved rest in Naplesfor
call the Credit Union office at Over The Top; another emergency departure

extension 8507. Annual Inspection HereA Count .Incomplete August 25, this time heading for
The Nominating Committeewill Although it has been assured Formosa.AS .
not accept any more names lot of preparation and planning goes into a military that the Navy-Duval PART of the Seventh
after December 15. inspection and Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment was Community Chest-United Fund Fleet, VA-105 again flew round-
All Credit Union members are no exception last weekend, with a schedule of events that Drive has surpassed the estab- the-clock operations until relieved -
invited to attend the January 16 would keep any military man on his toes. lished goal of $66,420, it has September 26.
annual meeting, to be held at MARTD, Marine Reserve At- Marine Air Reserve is expectingthe not yet been determined by Since leaving Mayport In early
NATTCenter's King Hall at 1930. tack Squadron 144 and Marine F9 F-8 next month to replace how much, since final compila- February, the "Mad Dogs" flew
Air Reserve Group were among the F9F-6 which VMA144is tion of figures has not been some 4500 hours and made 1600
those that stood inspection last completed.A and night landings aboard
currently flying.
Pay Day Early week for Brig. Gen. Frank Croft, complete percentage run- the Essex.
Next WeekSome Commander Marine Reserve Gen. Croft headquarters at down by units will be pub- On the night of March 4, the
Training.THE Glenview, Ill., where he com- lished in next wee k's Air squadron suffered loss of its
3600 ungraded em- MARTD honor guard mands 89 Marine Air Reserve News.
ployees at NAS Jax will be in commanded by CWO Harold units throughout the nation. (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 1))

for a happier Thanksgiving as Wilson, medal of honor winner,
a result of an early pay day and the 2nd Marine Aircraft
next week. Wing Band conducted by CWO VA-44 Training Territory Expanded I
All efforts will be made to Karl Rhyne from Cherry Point,
pay the employees on next N. C. assembled in front of
Wednesday, in lieu of Friday, NARTU hangar last Friday in Fledgling Hornets of Attack dUng of maintenance problemsby launches, aircraft were airborne
which is the normal pay date, dress blues awaiting the arrivalof Squadron 44 are due for a I Lt. C. D. Neidhold, Detach- again headed for the target. Co-
Comptroller Comdr. Edwin Brig. Gen. Croft. period of sharpening their ment Alfa returned with an impressive operation of Gitmo Operations
Scantlebury announced. The general and his party arrived stingers at Guantanamo Bay, record of accomplishments. provided unlimited use of the
Combining efforts to effect promptly at 1330 and were Cuba during their training target making 538 bomb drops
the early pay day will be greeted by Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison time at VA-44. REPLACEMENT pilots in- possible.
the Comptroller Department's commanding officer of THE FIRST recently re- volved in this first Cuban deployment THROUGH repeated launches,
timekeeping, payroll and dis- MARTD. Lt. Col. Harrison accompanied turned from group Gitmo after five were Lcdr. Causey, five per day, the replacement
bursing units, with an assist the general during days of intensive training. Bomb- Ltjg) Ron Ryll, Ensign Wester- pilots were able to analyze their
from Supply Department'smachine inspection of the 50-man honor ing Detachment Alfa consisted of man and three transitional pilots mistakes and correct these errorson
records section. guard. six replacement pilots, two instructors from VF-81, Ltjgs( Pool, Chase the next hop without the
FOLLOWING the inspection, and 25 enlisted men. and Bauman. lengthy wait for weather to clear.
Joseph Griffin Top AO General Croft and his party pro- Purpose of this and ensuing Outstanding maintenance per- Target personnel were deemed
Graduate ceeded to Marine Air Reserve trecks to Gitmo is to fly as many sonnel provided 100% availabilityon superior in their calls as pilots
(A) School Training Detachment for a brief- bombing hops as possible avoid- the six R4Ds allowing pilotsto went from high altitude dive
Joseph Griffin, AOAM, of ing of events. ing winter ceilings and poor tar- launch 107 sorties in the five through instantaneous over-the-
Charleston, Miss., graduated as During a press conference Fri- get availability in the Jax area. days and to fly 113 hours. shoulder to timed over-the-
Aviation Ordnanceman Class day evening, the general, an active Under able direction of Lcdr.J. With a turn-around time of, shoulder.
"A" school honorman last week. pilot, pointed out that the F. Stose and the capable han less than an hour between' (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 3)AWARD )


20 November


Jtl flMIflW1i3aAS AE HONORMEN Famed 'Red Ripper' Outfit

Jsdcsonvlll.Oept. ANNOUNCEDRobert Swanson, AE1, of Back At NAS Jax StandWhen
Elliott W. Parish Jr. ._ Commanding Officer Stillwater, Minn., copped top
ConvJt. Guyston U. Weber .. Executive Officer honors in this week's Aviation 11 F2H-4 Banshees landed at NAS Jax last .
NAB iiXln..t.A.i ki iw.--: of the Red Rippers of Figh'f'
Rear Adm. Wendell O Switzer -. __'....._. ........ Commander Electrician's Mate Class "B" day it marked the return
Capt. GeorA: R. Luker ....-..___.._...__...__ Chief"of Staff. Fairfax 11 after 10-month absenceKJtjUUUtvr. .
NATT- CIIr1rnn a
Capt. Uacpuerson Williams ......_..___..._..........._ Chief of Staff NAB Six School graduation at : .
n... Air Wing !;lenD Center. The pprs commanded, by in the
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ... Commander squadrons :Fleet, com.Inb;:
Capt. Charles 1. Ijunblnf ......_....._...ii.M.M.i..i........_ Chief Staff Officer Swanson, who joined the Lcdr. Robert P. Taylor, had sioned in 1927. Their famous

a t. Chnfeft I* Moore. lr.Alt.Technical... _Training__...Center__ Commanding Officer Navy in May 1953, will reportto deployed aboard the USS Essex boar's head is recognized as the
Coindr. Wilfred KT"jrieshmanMayal -1t n ;pi -..--._-- Executive Officer HV-1, Imperial Beach and participated in operations oldest insignia of any present-

Capt. Alton C. Abernettvy ____.___......_ Commanding Officer Calif. Lebanon and Formosa since
Capt. Ferdinand V. Berley ...._....__......._........._............................._ Executive Officer Thomas Tschida, AEMAN, leaving the States last February day VF'Ils Navy Banshees squadron.were

KAnTU of St. Paul, Minn., and THE LATEST cruise of the first American among
Caps Norman O. Andcnon __.__._ the planes over
Commands Officer
Cow .. William L aiardjr _..._...._____....._._ Executive Officer Charles Breece, AEIAN, of Essex was one of the Beiruit, Lebanon on the day of
Flint, Mich., shared scholastic made by a US carrier dur-
Printed the original Marine
eomBMrdaQy with landings.
non-appropriated funds In JackMVYflle, Florida
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 honors at Aviation Electrician's ing peacetime. The vessel steamed The Rippers flew 530
Itev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel miles missions
"A" School than 75,000
Mate Class
of Fleet Air .JaaksonvUl. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Tralntojt more over the tiny country
Center, FU t Alt Wing U Naval Air Reserve Tmlnlac Unit and 1M W S. graduation last Friday. through eight seas and three
Naval BoavttaL'Sarvlea July and August, including com-
: Znformatloa Officer _____ Comdr. Chaztea M. 'Thomaa Breece, who Joined the Navyin II oceans, anchored in harbors on bat air patrol, road reconnais-
AaatBtaat service ___ 1958 will I'' and operated with
Information Officer Andrev IL Planer February report five continents photo escort and
ance, close
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PJU; Bin to Hatron 15, Norfolk, Va. both the Sixth and Seventh air
Weekes JOSN: Dottie Johnson; Ron Davia. AN. Circulation-Distribution. Mary support.
Ann Daniel. EN. Staff Photographer Joe O'Brien PH3. Tschida will see duty with Fleets.
The Jax Air News la a member of the Armed Teresa Press Serrtaa. The F2H-4s operated on continuous .
Material Hatron 4, NAS Oak Harbor, The Red Rippers, with their
appearing an this publicatioa can be reprinted vidhg a edit is 24 hours-a-day schedule
nm>l. Fhotographa. wilaaa otherwiM aredltad are metal u. & Navy phatoEdttortH Washington. He also joinedthe dual mission of Special Wea- during the Essex'
support of
offlaea looted in Reom 290. Main AdatimistratkM BaJMinc PJtona Navy in February 1958. pons Delivery and All-Weather operations in Lebanon.
extensions 8164 656, 272
or 216. added new luster toa
Despite .having the fewest pilots .
fine'old while aboard the I
Navy In Spotlight Ht Essex. and oldest planes of any Es.

p_ -c VF-11 is one of the oldest sex-based squadron, VF-11 logged .

At Of t more landings aboard the

Showing 'b, big carrier than any other squadron .

Comdr. Beatty aboard,

Glenn Ford Film THEY WERE the only Essex

Glenri Ford is back in the New NAS Jax : "Century Club" of which membership
is limited to pilots with
Navy this time
as skipper of
100 or more landings on the ship.
the submarine, USS Greyfish in '
: Prot. ChaplainThere VF-11 averaged 128 landingsper
the movie
"Torpedo Run" which
pilot and Lt (jg) Chuck
starts its
Jacksonville run tomor- is a new protestant
Schoonover, a Red Ripper, paced
row at the Town
& Country chaplain aboard NAS Jax.
the entire ship with 136.
Theatre. Comdr. David Beatty, a Meth-
Liberty hounds enjoyed sightsin
High odist chaplain who reported here
ranking officers of the
Europe, the Far East, Africa
Jax area have been invited to last week from Staff, Mine Force
and South America, seeing bull
attend opening night festivities. Atlantic Fleet, Charleston, S. C.
fights Spain, springtime on
Scheduled along with the film replaces Lt. Robert Osman who
the Riviera, glittering Copacabana -
premiere here is the crowningof has gone to the Third Marine
Beach in Rio, equatorcrossing -
a Jacksonville girl as "Miss Division, Fleet Marine Force
ceremonies in the Indian
Periscope" to be chosen from a Pacific, Okinawa.
Ocean and had a memorabletrip
group of five young ladies witha hdhMA Since entering the Navy in
through the Suez Canal.
panel of Navy enlisted men as 1942, Comdr. Beatty has served
judges. aboard three ships, the USS Lcdr. Taylor is expected to

Management of the theatre, ______......._.___..._>n.m....__ ..n__.._.._._ _..__ Coral Sea (CVA-43), Alabama leave VF-11 this month destined Com-
located in the Town & Country (BB-60) and USS Wichita for the Advanced Training
mand in Texas. He will be relieved -
Shopping Center in Arlington, Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer, (left) turns over to members (CA-42) and has had duty as
has announced that military per of the Jacksonville Racing Pigeon Club the bird he caught when senior chaplain at NAS Hutchinson by Lcdr. John S. Christiansen.

sonnel in uniform will be admit- il "took up" at his residence. It's theorized that the pigeon was Kansas; Yorktown Naval .
ted at student flying in a race from Daytona Beach when he lori his sense of Mine
prices Port
during en- ; Lyautey,
direction heading for home in New Orleans. Pigeon Club memo
tire run of the picture. ben are Keith Young, (center) and Edwin Brown. French Morocco and Marine EM Club EntertainmentMel

Plot of "Torpedo Run" revol- Corps School, Quantico, Va. and his "Lazy Rhythm

ves around the Greyfish trackingand Before entering the service, I Girls" will be playing hillbilly,

attacking the Japanese air- Even 'Natural' Fliers Comdr. Beatty was graduatedfrom western and folk music at the

craft carrier Shinaru, which led Duke University, Durham, EM Club Sat. at 2000. Mel Gad-

the attack on Pearl Harbor. N. C., and Drew TheologicalSeminary en, CSt, of the Commissary
Tension is kept' at high pitch Lose Way TimesSeveral Madison, N. J. Store NAS Cecil Field, his wife

throughout the film, with the : Comdr. Beatty, who was bornand Katherine and his five daughters

boat being trapped in a mine weeks ago, Capt. Thomas Haley, NAS Jax O&R : raised in Pittsburgh, is mar makeup- the group.

field, narrowly escaping from Officer and his family noticed a poor tired little white pigeon ; ried and has three daughters who On Sunday night Jimmy Geiger -

Tokyo Bay, being attacked by haneinff around their home.They I make their home in Baltimore. and his band will be featured.
Japanese depth charges and hav- watched the little visitor

ing a final showdown with the for several days, and on Sunday return it to the rightful owner.

Shinaru. evening Capt. Haley took his Upon examining the leg band <

Ford previously played Naval flashlight, found the pigeon in the pigeon wore and identifying rt !i
a -
PIO officer in "Don't Go Near his garage perched on top a box, the registration number, it was ..
learned the bird belonged to ? l NIIMIMIIi1MlM *MA pIr '' +k y;'; t if :<; ;
and caged him.EXAMINING. a 3 ;
Water. f E.dY.Y 1$,+,'i."v.'t$ ; ..:: .4
the pigeon, Capt. Mr. Shultz of New Orleans, La.

Haley found it was banded, Both Young and Brown believed I

Navy Mothers Club which meant he was registeredto the pigeon was entered in a race'

someone, but whom? The NAS in Daytona about three weeks'

Being Formed HereA SIO Office contacted the local ago, and was on his way home

Navy Mothers Club is being Pigeon Racing'Club.Arrangements when becoming lost.

formed in Jacksonville.All I were made for IT IS thought by many pigeon < yLT

mothers and stepmothers: two men from the Club, Keith racers that the birds lose their

of active or inactive, honorablyor I Young and Edwin Brown, to sense of direction when cross-

medically discharged person-I come and identify the bird and ing a highly electric or radar

nel of the N a v y, Marines or' area. Such was the case with Capt.

Coast Guard are eligible for Name Missile Subs Haley's visitor.

membership. I Capt. Haley related that find-
For Noted AmericansThe
Any mother whose son is de- ing food for the pigeon posed a

ceased is also eligible to join.; Navy will turn from problem, seems he was quite ;
Relatives traditional denizens of the and would ,
of active service per- fuSsy only touch rice.

sonnel may. become associate I deep to illustrious Americansin It was later learned from Young I INEW

members. I naming its first Polaris and Brown that racing pigeonsare :$5 ,

Enrollment fee of $1.80 includes missile-firing submarines.The very expensive eaters, with

three months dues. Interested three 5,600-ton, atomic- their food costing from 10 to 15
persons should contact powered fleet ballistic missile dollars per hundred pound bag.
subs now under construction,
Mrs. Martha Davis, 201 Euclid There
are pigeon racing clubs
designated the SSB(N) 598,
Street, Jacksonville all the world with
or .phone over about
599 and 600, will be named
EV 8-6131. 15,000 members in this
the George Washington, Pat- country

rick Henry and Theodore Pigeons race from 100 to 800 CHAPLAIN COMES HERE U Robert man' NA:
"People make monkeys of 'guiles, some have even flown Jax Protestant
Roosevelt, respectively. a Chaplain, (left) points out his duties to Comdr'
themselves by carrying tales." distance of miles Charla i BeaUy who is
(AFPS; ) 2,000 return comes her. relining Chaplain Osman. Comdr. Ben%
Old Chinese Proverb. home safely. Staff from Charleston where he served as chaplain
Mine Force: Atlantic neet.

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Thursday, November 20
Mainside-Nice Little Bank

That Should Be Robbed (com-
edy) with Mickey Rooney and

Tom Ewell. Also, Midway Med-

raw |ley.

NATTCenter-Scotland Yard

Dragnet (mystery drama) with
Roland Cuper and Patricia Roc.

Hospital Raintree County
(color drama) with Elizabeth

Taylor and Montgomery Clift.
Friday November 21
Mainside-Giant (color drama)
with Rock Hudson and Eliza-

beth Taylor. Also, Too Hot To
NATTCenter Nice Little

't. MA E 4TI Bank.
Hospital-Scotland Yard Drag-

Saturday November 22

Mainside Matchmaker (sophisticated -
farce) with Shirley
Booth and Anthony Perkins.

Also, Boo Hoo Baby. Kiddie
__ Matinee -Tall Stranger (color

__ western) with Joel McCrea and
Virginia Mayo. Also, Two Lazy
II- tI: Crows and Hoofs and Goofs.

N A TTCen ter-G lant.

___ Hospital-Nice Little Bank.
M h{ Sunday, November 23
'fP'tN Mainside-Law and Jake Wade

(color western) with Robert
Taylor and Richard Widmark.

Also, Hep Hep Hurry (roadrunner -


_or .. .II L: ----- tRtay3' '):;i W.k43istiMwP.Gtw4'a. : 40 'WW ? ,:M NATTCenter-Matchmaker.
ARMED FORCES DISPLAY AT FAIR One of the highlights of the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural and Industrial Fair now Monday, November 24
in progress is.the Armed Forces Display, with all branches of the services combining efforts. The display is one of the most interest-
,. ing ever staged by the Services. Top left is shown the Navy Cargo Handling exhibit from Cheatham Depot Annex, Williamburg, Va. Mainside Gulliver's Travels
Complete with booms and allied equipment the unit is electrically operated and gives a picture of the science of loading cargo be- (color cartoon feature). Also,
tween two vessels at sea. Top right is part of combined missile display, featuring models of all of the U. S. missiles and their func- Canary Row and When Wife's
tions. Bottom left, shown for the first time in this, area, exact-size replicas of the two U. S. satellites now in orbit. At left is the Away.
Vanguard I launched by the Navy's Vanguard Missile in March 1958 and which is expected to be in orbit for 200-plus years. Rightis
ihe tubular satellite Explorer I launched by the Army's Jupiter-C missile early this year. Bottom right is the NAS Jax Over NATTCenter-Law and Jake
haul and Repair exhibit, one of the largest at the fair. The O&R display depicts work done by its 2755 employees, ranging from Wade.
overhauling engines, repair of aircraft and parts, and manufacturing of essential parts. Hospital-Matchmaker.

Efforts Of Armed Forces Mainside Tuesday-An, November Affair 25 to Re-
Only 29 ShoppingDays
Senior Chiefs member (color melodrama) with

Get CertificatesIn On Display At lax FairThe 'Til ChristmasAt Deborah One show Kerr, 1900 and only.Cary Grant.

ceremonies! held Monday, Armed Forces unveiled satellites. Navy ExchangeGround NATTCenter-Gulliver's Trav-
Capt. Charles L. 'Moore, Jr., its splendor this week as the els.
commanding officer of the Navy, Army, Air Force, Coast Among the younger set, most Officer's Schools. Hospital-Law and Jake Wade.
Naval l Air Technical Training Guard and Marine Corps ex- popular was an electrically con- Wednesday, November 26
MILITARY Police Bat-
trolled model of rigs and bombs ALSO
Center, presented .E-7 certifi- hibited various military' Mainside-The Hunters (color)
talion 317 from Jacksonville exhibited -
used in replenishment at sea by
cates to five new chiefs, and phases to the 'public in the with Robert Mitchum and Rob-
illustrations of its activities
one ship to another. These rigs,
ert Wagner. One show 1900
E-8 certificates to NATTCenter's Greater Jacksonville Agricul- only -
and NAS Jax's NATTCenter
supplied the fair by Commander
chiefs. ] ; Congo Bill, Chapter 1.
six senior tural and Industrial Fair i at boats
model and
Service Force, Atlantic Fleet, are displayed planes
The E-7's are Edwin Chepan, the Gator Bowl. its with NATTCenter An Affair to
used by Naval Cargo Handling from Hobby Shop, a
AKCA; Billy Dowdy, AECA; By far the largest display pre- and rock collection Remember.
Battalion One of Williamsburg, lapidary pre-
Richard Fick, AECA; John sented was by NAS Jax's Over- Hospital-Gulliver's Travels.
sented by Comdr. E. C. Geise,
Hillebrand, AECA, and Don- haul and Repair Dept. Occupyinghalf Va.The
Training Officer of NATTCenterAO
Air Force Reserve fea-
ald Sipley, AKCA. of one of the two tents
New E-8's are Leon Austin, housing the Armed Forces dis- tured many types of aircraft school. Corps Announces

AECS; Charles Clark, AOCS; play, O&R assembled samples of bombs and rockets, while the Chairman of the Armed Forces Number Of E8sThe
Marine Corps Reserve set up phase of the Jax Fair is Comdr.
Delbert Jones, AOCS; Robert every item it repairs for aircraft,
Lemmons, AOCS; Willard Mc- with diagrams, pictures and small arms weapons including Charles Thomas, NAS Jax SIO Marine Corps will pro-
Pherson, ATCS, and Kenneth posters explaining sundry phasesof rocket launchers, automatic rifles Officer.To mote its first men to the new
Seefried, AECS. aircraft maintenance. and machine guns, with an inter- top off the Armed Forces master sergeant (E-8)) rating
MOST NOTABLE of its dis- com radio set and display of a representation in the fair will sometime this month, reports
typical day's ration for a Marineas be its Talent Variety Show to Navy Times.
plays was the rotor and trans-
CVG-3 Reins' Given mission of the helicopter blade, added attractions. be held at the Gator Bowl tomorrow Although the number to be

Comdr. McCuddinCarrier jet engine and starter, ejectionseat Many military vehicles, includ- (Nov. 21)) from 1930- promoted to this rating is unknown -
electric circuit analyser, ing trucks and jeeps were 2030. Headlining the program, to estimates pick the num-
Air Group Three electronics control, liquid oxygen brought by the Army, as wellas be emceed by Dick McMeekin, ber at less than 100 men.

greeted a new commander recently serving unit, model of an avion- an air boat from Mayport. YN1, of Ed Sullivan fame, will After the second group of pro-
when Comdr. Leo B. Mc- ics test set and two helicopters.Other Also represented was the 125th be the Hunter Air Force Base motions takes place sometime
Cuddin relieved Comdr. RichardH. O&R exhibits included Fighter Air Group of the Florida band and glee club, a German after Jan. 1, it is expected that

Mills in ceremonies at NAS instrument panels, crash helmets, National Guard, the Naval Re- polka group which will present 300 men will go up to E-8 dur-
Cecil Field. plastic radomes and canopies, serve Officer Training recruit- numbers in authentic costumes, ing the present fiscal year.
Comdr. McCuddin, designated ing unit, as well as units from panomimist Emmet Rodifer, and The will
G-suits, brake assemblies, and promotions supple-
Naval aviator in 1942, has seen Officer's Candidate and Aviation Wave vocalist Alberta Brotzman.
ment advances to first
models of all aircraft repairedby sergeant
in WWII and the
O&R. Also O&R exhibited which will also be coming up.

campaign.No stranger. to Jax, he pre- samples of plastic, fiberglass, POLARIS SUBS DUE TWO CREWSVice There will be no promotions
rubber and foam parts it makesto during this fiscal to the
viously served as skipper of VF- Admiral H. P. Smith, Chief of Naval Personnel, has year
replace worn parts in air- created master
13. The new CVG-3 head comes confirmed to Navy Times that the new Polaris subs will be gunnery
here from Naval War College, craft. manned by two crews each, one "on duty" and one "off duty." sergeant (E-9) rank.
Newport, R. I. ANOTHER fine display was the Because planning details of the crew rotation plan are still
missile exhibit in the Air Force Ed Wynn explains the differ-
classified, it was not made clear exactly what the "off duty" crew
"My uncle is a man who can tent. Model rockets of the Thor, will do except that it will not be integrated into the shore ence between himself and Pat

look at an empty glass and smile." Vanguard, Snark, Jupiter, Atlas, establishment.The Boone:
"Ah, a philosopher?" Matador and Thor-Able were nuclear boat's ability to stay on station for long periodsof "We're both extremely popular -
"No, he drinks from the bot- highlighted by actual model- time make it necessary to rotate the crews, he said. but when my fans swoon,
tle." sized Vanguard and "Explorer I" it takes them longer to get up."



20 Noromber 1958

I Average Age Of Navvman Said To Be 25.5 Years I

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Statistics show the averageage enlisted rank structure on Jan- Sgt; E-4, Acting Sgt., Corpl.; submariner to the surface, the

of active duty Naval per- uray 1, Headquarters Marine E-3, Acting Corpl., Lance Corpl.; lung is being replaced by a more
sonnel is 25.5 years. A break- Corps has announced. More on E-2, Private First Class, and E-l, modern escape method.
down shows the average age of this next week.Effective Private. a
Naval officers is 32.4. January 1, the fol- 1

Average age for enlisted per- lowing ranks will be used: E-9, The Navy announced this week (Just a reminder that if you
sonnel of the Naval service has Sgt. Major, Master Gunnery Sgt; that Momscn lungs are not suit- want your Christmas mail to
been defined as 24.6 years. E-8, First Sgt., Master Sgt., E-7, able for skin diving and death .
reach its overseas destination on
Acting Master Sgt., Gunnery Sgt.; from suffocation can result when
In other news briefs, Marine Gunnery St.; E-6, Acting Gun- the unit is used improperly time, you'd better mail it today J

Corps will implement its new nery Sgt; E-5, Acting Staff Sgt., Designed to take a trapped (November 20.)

.. .. With TheToastinasJers
k : .rta: r .o..x?gon xav++wtaa. :
GovernmentEmployees ;+ ? Marine Reserve I

: '
Pedals 65 Miles The MarNatf Toastmasters Club

had a joint meeting with the

For Lake Shore club last Thursdayat

Ethics CodeA InspectionInspections the Colonial Restaurant.
are a necessary and
Chairman for the evening was
resolution was established t. ?. vital part of military service. Roy Suberly, charter member of
during the last session of Con- And personnel, realizing this, always MarNav Toastmasters and now
gress which deals with a Codeof 3a3 perform their duty in a president of the Lake Shore club.
Ethics for Government Serv- most military fashion.
ice personnel. However, you seldom hear of Presiding toastmaster for the

The resolution, dubbed House anyone pedaling 65-miles on bicycle event was Paul Underwood of
Concurrent Resolution 175, is as to stand an inspection. Suchis MarNav. Speakers were Larry
follows: the case of Capt. Franklin McLeod, MarNav, and George
"RESOLVED by the House Rogers of Marine Reserve Attack Harmon, Lake Shore.

(with Senate concurring) that Squadron 144. Guest speaker was Representative
it's the sense of the Congressthat CAPT. ROGERS left the Uni- Charles E. Bennett who
the following Code of Eth- versity of Florida campus in spoke on national defense and
ics should be adhered to by all Gainesville last Friday at 0840 the Navy in Jacksonville.
government employees, includ- for the bicycle ride to NAS Jax
Special events included a direct -
ing office-holders: and the Marine Reserve inspec-
telephone call
S Yr long-distance
"1. Put loyalty to the highest
tion.Capt. to Santa Ana, Calif., to Dr. RalphC.
moral, principles and to country i TEND Rogers peddled throughthe
founder of
above loyalty to persons, party: OF LONG RIDE Brig. Gen. Frank C. Croft, (center) main gate of the Station at Smedley
or Government. Chief of Marine Air Reserve Training, greets Capt Franklin 1400, proceeded down Yorktown Toastmaster International. Alsoa
Rogers at completion of his 65-mlle bicycle ride from the U. of call to Miami to speak with
2. the Constitution Avenue to the MARTD where he
Uphold ,
Florida in Gainesville. the
Capt. Rogers pedaled many mile Toastmaster District Governor
laws and legal regulations of the to stand inspection last weekend with other officers and en- was greeted by Brig. Gen. Frank
USa n d of all governments listed men of VMA144. At right, Lt Col. Patrick Harrison Croft and members of the press. Norman Pallot.
therein and never be a party to VMA-144 skipper. On his trip from Gainesville, Local toastmaster officials attending -
their evasion. Rogers made three stops, one in were Lt. Governor Don-

"3. GIVE a full day's labor fora Sub Sailor Sinks 150 Waldo for 15 minutes, stopped in ald Muller, who presented a
full day's pay; giving to the Starke for five minutes and tooka charter to the Lake Shore club
performance of his duties his five-minute rest at Camp and Area Governor, Wiley

earnest effort and best thought Is Bean Soup ChampA I Blanding. During the more than Campbell. A majority of local
"4. Seek to find and employ five-hour trip, Capt. Rogers ate club presidents were in attend-
more efficient and economicalways candy bars and drank milk. ance. Approximately 100 mem-
of getting tasks accom- deep-sea galley "entrepreneur" has torpedoed all 1958 ACCORDING to Capt Rogers, bers and guests were present
sail off with the second annual title
plished. culinary competitors to the ride from Starke to Camp
of the fleet's best bean maker.
discriminate unfairly Navy soup
5. Never Blanding was the hardest, but
of fav- In the-- world-wide- recine contest__n____ launched___n_____ _last___ year at__ from then Scout Troop
by dispensing special on it was a breeze.What's .
Memphis NAS, Tenn., CS2SS) !
ors or privileges, whether for cubes-and a handful of their it like to peddle along
Charles of the sub-
renumeration or not; and never marine Trutta Lambing took top prize of green tops cut in 1-inch lengths. the highways and have people 131 WelcomesFive
accept, for himself or family, Simmer another half hour, looking back at you? He says
Savings Bond donated by the
favors benefits under circum- it's "fun".
or sprinkle each serving with grat-
Michigan Bean Growers Assn. To RanksFour
stances which i might be con- ed cheese, parsley and garlic A member of the Marine Corps

strued by reasonable persons as RUNNERS-UP to the Atlantic croutons. Serve (AFPS) for seven years and ex-life- boys received their Tenderfoot -
influencing performance of his Fleet submariner in the contest, guard at Jax Beach, the 29 year Investiture at the last

governmental duties. sponsored by a Memphis news- old captain and his wife cycle meeting of Boy Scout Troop 131,
"MAKE no private promisesof paper, the "Commercial Appeal," TIDE TABLE many places together for the sponsored by NAS Jax.
any kind binding upon the were CS1 E. H. Busbee of Ar- HIGH LOW exercise and enjoyment.The .
duties of office, since a govern- gentia NS, Nfid., and CS1 EarlR. AM P.M. AM PM trip from Gainesville to New scouts are Richard Prick,
ment employee has no private Schneider of Memphis.The Fri. 4:12: 4:28: 10:31 10:45 NAS Jax is the longest bike ride Michael O'Neil, Richard Parker I
word which can be binding on the captain has made to date. and Pat Cookey.
list of finalists was boiled Sat. 5:01: 5:15 11:17 11:25
public duty. down from more than 150 entries Sun. 5:45: 5:59: 11:59 Asked if he would pedal back, Parents of scouts attended the
"7. Engage in no business with in this year's competition, he replied "No". meeting. Mark Davis, member of

the government, either directlyor officially dubbed "Operation Bean the Boy Scouts of England. was
indirectly, which is inconsistent Soup II." I J at the meeting in a uniform ofa
with consciencious performance I British scout.Mark's .
of governmental duties. Titlist Lambing's delectable dad
"8. Never use any information concoction, masquerading under recently returned
coming to his confidentially in I the grandiose name of "Bouilla. from duty in Malta and Mark

the performance of governmental baisse au TRUTTA," a galley was a member of the English

duties as a means of making secret of the attack sub, was: Sea Scouts there.

private profit. INGREDIENTS IVt cups He holds the following scout-

"9. Expose corruption wher- white navy beans, one large ing awards: cook, stamp collector -
ever discovered, and bunch fresh scallions, four me-
"10. Uphold these principles, dium ham hocks, four cups bookman, swimmer, athlete,

ever conscious that public officeis water, garlic croutons, salt and camper, boatswain's mate, life-

a public trust. pepper, dried parsley, one table- saver, jobman, fireman and sig-

spoon Accent, grated parmesan naler.
I cheese. I I

BackwardGlances DIRECTIONS soak beans Armed Forces
overnight in water. Prepare soup
stock by simmering ham hocks I Gain StrengthThe
in two cups of salted water for'' armed services increased
Bits of news from dusty files two hours. Add beans, salt and its strength by 618 during the
of the Jax Air News: Accent and slow-boil for two or I month of August with the total

October 9, 1947 three hours, or until beans are I of 2,604,860 listed as of August
Three times in less than a tender. 31.
week, Navy working parties
Add scallions-diced V.-inch Recruitments and
rushed to the assistance of beach inductions of
communities threatened by strong The Army publications branchat enlisted personnel of all the mili-
I tary services
winds that tore gaping holes in Ft. Sam Houston, Texas has estimated during August was
seawalls. been cited for performing 249- pm____ of at 70,499, a decrease
Candidates were called out for 600 man-hours without a loss- INTERNATIONAL GOODWILL Trankle LaGrange 3786 compared with July.
Jax Navy's first lacrosse team. time accident. The safety award (left) member of NAS Jax-sponsored Boy Scout Troop 131 wel-, Navy procurement totalled
Head coach was Lcdr. M. H. covers a 12-year period, begin- here comes from Mark Malta.Davis Davis'into the father troop's ranks upon the Jailer arrival 16,881, with estimated strength
was f
serving )
duty on Malta and 647,272
Gatchell. ning in 1946. his son took the opportunity to join the British Sea Seoul. 138 on July comPared 31. with 643-,

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1958 JAX AIR NEWS Peg 5

nes Reviveg Keg Circuits Nearing Finish

Aviation Smoker Detachment t VW'B', Com Fair 'A'

ved the old tradition oi

|mokers with the season; Maintain Bowling LeadAll

held November 12.

rd was evenly divided) sights are being aimed at the kingpins in Mainside

"ree wins for red Corn j14 intramural bowling competition with league activity rapidly

managed by Ernest nearing .finJsho.play. .
ee victories for white ComFair Jax "A" continued to< --
43, led by Clarence hold first place in the National: tions into fourth place with the
Air Force keglers nestling into
draw. tdI
nd one
Q League while recording new
second spotNARTU
went this way: National League records in the

Rasor, 43, beat "Tiger" process of sweeping their mate "A" holds third place
d round TKO; "Breezy"' last week. with VW-4 "A" in fifth positionand

|won unanimous verdict over THE COMFAIR Staffers hit VA-44 "A" and VAH-1 tied
Duff "Battlin," ,
; Busses:
itmoiu decision to "Sugar" high team game and series mark] for sixth place.IN
reI" Albertson 42 stopped with 932 and 2619, respectively THE American League lit-
motor, TKO; "Kid" Berger a 679th Air Force shot from out tle changes came about in last
d "Rocky" Ryblcki fought + week's standings with VW-4
of nowhere and toppled Opera-
[Gabriel Folqulst 42. TKOd
: "B"s powerful forces strengthening -

I lie", won Winkler unanimous, and Plagerea decision ::.,, ,,..::!..,:,. ..:. AF Club Cops their first place grip.

cat" Wood. ... ,'. __ __ The league-leaders captured
I. ::m'f: : lt '''' ; :*-&<<"" '<"' '''' '
TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS The 679th Air Force high team game and series honors
squadron, newcomer to the Mainside and Station sports circle, Station TouchFootball for the week with 825 and 2436,
;kerjax In captured the 1958 A11-Station Touch Football championship withan respectively.
8.0 verdict over NATTCenler champion NAWS School last TitleAfter Ralph Tice of VW-4 'B" took
week at the Stadium. Taking the crown in their first year were, with
It With PI front row (left to right) Richard Kent. Hugh Hollis (Navy), high series individual mark
Chuck Raley and coach Franklin Hunter. Center, Crimon King, one attempt nullified bj: 520 while Scantleburg of Dis-
fax Navy Crackerj Harry Kuwata and James Dea. Rear, Ted Scinskl, James Menear, atrocious weather conditions, the bursing walloped a 200 for high

1!signs that they would William Floyd, William Dayhoff and Charles Bell.Stung 679th Air Force, newcomers tt individual game.

j Id a :formidable basketet Station sport circles, added thAllStation IN THE National circuit, high
in splitting a two- crown to their Main- invidual honors went to Hall ofCom1'air
side touch football championship -
to at Parris Island last ; Jax "A" with 228 while
with 8-0 verdict over
an pil-
teammate Christensen was

with veterans, the local Y r4.r a,rc x t NATTCenter's week. NAWS School ing up 553 sticks for high individual -
bbed PI in the opener,, series.Christensen .
Scoring early in the contest, high
fut dropped the second possesses
the Air Force displayed a tre average with a 175 while Tico
mendously stingy defense ir rollers witha
American loop
Johnson, with 17
denying the high-scoring NAW;

and Crackerjax Sophia j Sayatovichled scorers. Hard Fliers Planning machine a touchdown., hefty 184.

With the ball on the NAWS;
Colvin led Jax
line following opening
(.>sing affair, bucketing 17 Rough Night For StandorThe minutes of play, Chuck Raley

A hit Jim Dea with a long touchdown TheWATER
rackerjax, winners of pass.Raley's .
; four games with the PI defending City League
and Jack Dorman from VP-16. attempted PAT pass
|Marines last have
year squad provides
championship All five saw much action in play fizzled. From here on, however LINELt.
1957-58 nucleus back.
e opposition in the Jax Navy
the opening skiffs. neither club could score
Island is due to visitr Fliers third appearance of Gene Guazzo of VW-4,
for second half safety
except a
in the season, along the embryo season when Stan- Womack led Flier point prod- Rhodes Bantam 572 won
Mainside sailing
for the champs.DOOHAN
ch strong clubs as Pen- dor Lounge moves into Main- ucers with 18 points in the first first place in the Bantam class at

osettes and Eglin Eag- side gym for a 2015 tilt Friday game followed by Goo d' s 15. last Sunday's Greater Jackson-
Savage with 12 markers, was
night. WINS ville Sailing Championship race
The locals, smarting from a high man for Jax Navy in Sat- at the Rudder Club.

apolis Lakers draftee two-game thrashing by Fort Gor- urday's second game. GOLF TOURNEYDon Behind him came Joe Aronson
fpatbwald is in a basket- Saints home boards last defeated Earvin host
don's on FORT Gordon, also playing its Doohan and John Mason of the .
form for the Brooke weekend will be in a fighting I Scott, 2-1, for first flight club. Maj. Roy Van Rope, Navy
Medical Center, Texas, mood for Standor scalp. I initial frays of the year, stung honors in the Station Fall Jax Sailing Club Commodore,

iter, He was a Little FLIER fans expect to see a I the Fliers, 102-62 and 74-56. The Handicap Golf Tourney last finished sixth to boost his total

?rican choice at Gustavus starting lineup of Avery Womack, first game was the worst beatinga weekend. points to 52, although NJSC

Ft. Riley, Kan., of VF-173, Jim Good, Flier king-' Jax Navy club has had to Other flight winners were boats, rather than skippers are
Icnry Britt joined ABC'sr John Hamilton, 4-3 over Walt
pin of VW-4, Dick Savage, Opera- endure in several years. awarded points.
Club" on a pickup of Heison, and Ed Holley, win- of the Bantam
7-10 split tions, Chuck Felton of VF-13, Following the Standor game, ner over Ed Arnold, 2-1. Mason the, winner week previous, leads
Jacksonville University's Green John Hoydic mastered the : seekers with 111, far outdistancing -

idiron. Gremlins Keepay Dolphins open their season at 222-yard NAS Jax seventh point the field.
hole knocking a
Sunday by
Mainside gym next Tuesday in Jax' John Mohler finished -
two-wood tee shot into the Navy
\ From Pickers Doorh the Flier's fourth game of the fifth in the Open class,

season. cup. I sailing: a Swan boat. The field of

Jax Air News pigskin pickers tieing after the first two 17 entered in the day's competition -

of competition, Ron Davis finally broke the football progr enjoyed a fresh, northeast

log jam this week, and emerged victorious with 11 cor- breeze.A .

ices out of 15, for .733. large group of Navy Jax
est selector Joe O'Brien proved himself equal to the task Sailing Club members arrived at

jeting with the paper's "experts" as he tied with Davis for this: the site early and enjoyed a picnic -

applause. Bill Weekes and the Editors finished a close see lunch before the races.

ch. garnering 10 true-blue selections for .666. Next-to-last meet of the sum-
(ong the regulars, the overall average for this week dipped mer-fall series for the Greater

;, or 45 points below last week's showing. Sailing Trophy is
,,s Jacksonville
controlled, there will be y,
fto; circumstances that have : ><: { slated for Sunday at the Florida
After O'Brien's showing, the "experts"they
Bt. selector this week. Yacht Club.
\ will not take the chance of looking bad again.
the ,
at it with p Navy Jax will host
we shall a go
refore with stout pumpers
Sunday, November 30 at Mulberry -
or Nov. 22:
Princeton Dart. I
,uth-Princeton Dart. I
se-West Va. Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse School Spikers'ace '
N.D. Iowa Iowa 2s'r G:
Minn. Wise. Wise. NATTC LoopThe

orth Carolina N. Car, N. Car. N. Car. ( spiking Sparkles of AE

'St.-Fla. Fla. St. Fla. FIa. School, last year's All-Station
orest-Auburn Auburn Auburn -. volleyball champions, are again
MU Baylor SMU SMU this year giving notice they are
Rice TCU Rica .- beat in the
Ice, going to be hard to
Calil. S. Cal.
S. Cal. S. All-Station title con-
i upcoming
Calif. Cali PRE-SEASON PLAY Members ox the Jax Navy Wave
-California Stanford Crackerjax basketball squad are shown,going through practice
y-Tennessee Tenn. Ky. Ky. paces prior to start of the 19S8-59 hardwood season recently. The test.Thus far in the intramural
-Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson lassies already have two games under their belts, a split last campaign at NATT Center, 'theparkies'hold'a
lane LSU LSU LSU weekend with the Parris Island Women Marines. Shown are 6 -O're ord.
exas-Louisville Louisville N. Tex. N. Tex. Judy Swiggert, (left, ) and Joy Beccarrt; :1 "I' G I

6 JAX AIR NEWS 20 November 1958

VAH-1. VP-16 Fasron Six. VA-44 P'j1 2.

I Scoutinq i Squadrons f *,',j r3. f 4i .S ; 4y

I VAH-l I ie j(9f

A detachment of officers and. ing officer, Comdr. William Hosey t4
men left this week for NAS reported aboard from VAH-7. b
Leeward Point In GuantanamoBay Somdr. Hosey will relieve tV11 ic
Cuba, to participate in Atlantic -I Comdr. Phillips, December 10. T
Fleet exercises. Also reporting aboard was
Some '40 ships will be partici- CWO-W3 John Moch who has

pating in the exercises, among taken over Avionics Division left
them the aircraft carriers Roose- vacant by the departure of 'p
velt and Intrepid.. VAH-l's detachment Lt (jg) Paul DeMarco.The .
will be aboard the following personnel have K.

Roosevelt. departed to ships and squadrons
Heavy One will act as part of throughout the world: D. E.
the opposition to the Fleet which Schreffler, SN; D. P. Diehm, SA; \ r S $ a
will be making simulated strikes D. A. Sicard, SN; J. E. Thompson c r 4k
.on targets in the Caribbean SN H. F. Winter SN K. C. :
area. ,
; ; .
VAH-l's operation will include I Deane, PNe; C. H. Gaalema, ..w.......,,_.,.,'..............._.._.. ....._ (.,,*-" .....-....t..... ._....._,...,......__..."''....w._

.FCLP and RBS runs. AT2; H. L. Stumbo, AMS3; J. W. YOUTH LEADERS The Teen-Age Fellowship of All
The six crews representing the Boring AK3 C. D. Jacobs AY3 Saints' Chapel recently elected officers for the coming quarter..
; ;
Shown left to right are Worship Chairman Sandra Osman Secretary ClassifiedFor
Tigers will be led by Comdr. J, D. Stone, AE2; G. D. Morgan, Corine Dodge, Treasurer Frank LaGrange, Vice President
Spiegel, commanding officer, A03; R. R. Howell, AQ1; J. R. Kay Christiansen and President Betty McGlolhlin. The group
Lcdrs. Guthrie, Davis and Heath Crave, AN; C. R. Peake, ADI, meets each Sunday evening at 1900 in the All Saints' Sunday Rent
and Lts. Smith and Sullivan. and J. P. Secton, CS1. School Building (Building 722)). 2-Dble Bdrms. adj. bath. Ph.
S. Mrs. Johnson EV 9-5354, 3602

VP-16 moted Following November personnel 16: J.were J. Borje pro-, South African Youth Seek/ Oak St.1Bdrm.

Operations have returned to to ADCS, H. W. Bohem, to ATCS, turn. apt. pvt. bath.
normal at Patrol Squadron 16 R. A. Avere, RML1; R. F. Sticle, US Navy Badges Emblems' 2037 Herschel St Ph. EV 9-8176,

after a hectic week' of flying. AE2; F. A. Wokf, AE2; J. W. Caldwell.

VP-16 flew over 450 hours while Boring, AK2; M. C. Blume, AM2; Navymen who have Navy badges or shoulder name tabs 1-Bdrm. apt. 4 miles S. NAS.

conducting operational training J. T. Bagley, AT2; J. L. Bialock, they can spare can help out a young South Africa student 216 Kingsley Ave. Ph. EV 9-3974,
exercises in the Atlantic. AY2; C. M. Nehez, DK2; J. E. who loves the U.S. Navy and collects such items. Bowles.

Leonard Wright, AM2, was Powell, GF2 and T. Humphress, Harold Lincoln, college student 1-Bdrm. Turn apt. kit. equip.
awarded a civic citation for out- PH2. of Pinelands, Cape, South petty officer's cap badge and Atlantic Beach. Ph. CH 9-2721,
standing achievement in commu- Africa, expressed his desires in some rating and branch badges Floyd.
nity service work. Wright was Air Station. and ship name tabs."I .
VA-44 a letter to the Naval 3-Bdrm. unfurn. house. $60.00mo.
attached to Community Chest- Goodbyes. were said to replacement The letter reads: am taking a course in ma- 7015 Collins Rd. SP 1-2242,
United Fund headquarters dur- pilot Lt. Robert Nottingham "I WAS VERY pleased to be rine engineering at our local Olsen.
ing the CC-UF fund drive. who has been transferred able to visit the USS Essex and nautical college starting next For Sale

His duties entailed collectionof to Attack Squadron 34 at USS Bigelow which called here year and hope to become a ma- 3-Bdrm. 1% bath. Ortega Hills.
funds, delivery of materialand rine engineer. Could let
Cecil Field. you me
recently. I was very impressed, Built-in oven and range. Monthly -
the showing of know if has to be U.
a seven- The replacement pilot training particularly with the Bigelow. I one a S. pyts. $74.00. Ph. 4-6298, De-
minute film strip. The award I citizen before
to joining the Navy?
program is in full swing with think her designer and buildersare Vries.
Wright was presented at an 2000 hours of time hav- "Thank you very much,
Armed Forces over flight to be complimented on 3-Bdrm. 2 bath. patio corner
the CC-UF: campaign Day president by, put into the training program ing produced a beautiful ship."I Sincerely, lot. $86. per month. 7340 Wonder
Fred Kent. during October. realized at the time that I H. Lincoln Lane. (Ortega Hills) Ph. EV-

VP-16s contributions to the The month of November should had no U. S. Navy badges in my Those who care to honor Lin- 7-3557. Occupancy in Dec.

United Fund drive totaled over I be even higher. collection of Naval cap ribbons coln's request can either mail Equity in 3 bdrm home,carpet,

100%. This is the second straight .r..av''''''> I'' ?KKeoyKyn.., 'fs and badges. them directly to him at 14 Fla. roo m. Fenced yard. SP-
year for VP-16 to reach this .}M;:,:. ,A{>1 P: A'9CS ssS5 vy "I would appreciate it if you Woodside Drive, Pinelands,Cape, 1-341, Warren.
goal.J. '#:%tt: \:} could supply me with some South Africa, or take them to 28 ft. 1956 House trailer. Ex.

J. Adams, A02, was named *<2\ ;;:. badges and shoulder name tabs. the Jax Air News offices, Room cod. Includ. trailer hitch. H. T.

VP-16s Sailor-of-the-Month for .,'l' Perhaps I could send some South 230, Main Ad Building. Brown, AK2. VF-13 Supply Ce-

October. Commanding officer, ,: "-t.., African stamps to someone in cil Field ext. 572 or Bey ere
Comdr. J. W. Clark, commended your Navy who collects stamps."I Trailer Park, 103rd St. Jax.

Adams for his attitude, ability WOULD deeply appreciate BREEZESThen 3-Bdrm. 2 bath brick home
and outstanding ''t if could include chief
appearance. you
df'! k.t& there was the girl who attach garage, fence low equity
Ensign David Brown is the was so narrow-minded she only (Ortega Hills) EV 75003.
latest addition to the VA-44 TrainingContinued
squadron needed one earring. 2-Bdrm home, buy equity and
officer roster. He will : .
serve as ( from Page) assume $54. mo. payt's. Venetia
Assistant PIO. I tz'a> iw Overall scores were well above "What you should do," the Terrace, 6248 Pennant Dr. West.

Lt. R. T. Lemon and Ltjg) }:y average and individual reports doctor advised the patient, "is Kennington. Call SP 1-2048 after
R. D. Friichtenict have been from the pilots agreed that the 1700.
designated Patrol Plane Commanders repeated hops made better analysis to stop worrying and to bury MiscellaneousRide

1 r better technique and better yourself in your work." wanted-0730-1700, Cedar
'.' hits possible. "Boy," exclaimed the patient, mils Estates to P. W Dept. ext-

Fasron Six WITH A highly diversified "and me a concrete mixer." 8193, McLeod.

During the past week, FasronSix ?.. mission, qualification of replace-
welcomed aboard two new Y7F Yf.z ment pilots in all phases of attack -
officers. On November 10, the support, VA-44 comines tac- royk

squadron's prospective command- tics, FCLP both night and day,

mission planning, including high
'Mad Dogs' y .e: and low altitude, overtheshoulder -
.. ._ drP
(Continued from Page 1)) SUNNY- --Submarine life and loft along with an intensive -

commanding officer, Comdr. Eugene isn't all pressure not if ground training school
F. Tcrnasky, when his Saundra Edwards is on the syllabus. w.
plane crashed astern of the carrier beach to hula, as she does for Every effort is being made to ,
James Garner and Edmond f
during an emergency land- O'Brien in "Up Periscope" speed up the training necessaryfor = .
ing.COMDR. Where's her hula hoop? a replacement pilot since the ; s' eP P r

Cummins reported inauguration of VA-44 as a train-
from Jax on March 16 while the ing squadron for all East Coast IF! : '
ship was in Naples. | CPO Notes I jet attack pilots in early Januaryof

The long trip home from the this year.WEATHER.
United States RepresentativeCharles
Formosan area was broken up ever-present foe
E. Bennett will be
by two-day visits at the interest- special of the attack bomber, causes the
guest of the Chief Petty
ing ports of Singapore, Colombo, Officers Club next Wednesday largest delay in completion of
Ceylon, Capetown, South Africa the training cycle, especially
26) at the regular
and Rio de Janeiro. during the winter.
monthly VIP luncheon.
Having been based at NAS With this in mind, Comdr.
Cecil Field prior to deployment, Recently re-elected, Bennett Clifford McDougal, commandingofficer
VA-105 now looks forward to its will speak to assembled CPOs of VA-44, in conjunctionwith

new home at NAS Jax. following the meal. Commander, Carrier Air .
a '
The VIP luncheon will beginat Group Four, Capt. Robert G. -
"The surest way to double your MAH1NE:: WINS HONOR Lt. Cabin Hilton, (left) Training -
money," says Jack Beany, "is 1130. A small fee covers the Dose, may have found a means Officer of Aviation' Ordnanceman School, Class B. presents
to fold it ,over and put it back meal and refreshments. All chiefsare not only to shorten, but to also certificate and cigarette lighter to T/Sgt,. F. D. Boucher, upon
being announced as honorman in last week's graduation at the
in your pocket." urged to attend. Improve attack pilot training. schoolPage