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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1958
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Increased PO Promotions Slated For February ExamsAn

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increase of over 1100 men will be authorized in all ratingsin ficers will receive upgrades to 12 tests, and 34,639 will be upped E-7 will take exams expanded to
will be promoted in the petty pay grades E-4 through E-7 E-8 and E-9 after they take testson to E-4 resulting from exams include 120 professional and 60

officer ranks as result of the Feb- from the Feb. exams which will Feb. 3. There will be 164 ad- held on Feb. 10. See box on this military questions.
ruary exams next year than vanced to E-9 and 836 to E-8. page for date rundowns. Final selection of E-8 and E-9
result in the last of the enlisted
there were from the August Some 3487 will be promoted to While examinations for pay candidates will be made in April
advancements authorized for fis- grades E-8 and E-9 will be com- by a selection board at BuPers.
tests, reports BuPers promotion E-7 resulting from tests on Feb.
cal 1959. bined into one 150 question test, : E-7 and E-6 rates are expectedto
planners. 5, 2107 to E-6 from Feb. 17 those being tested for advance- be "promoted to the hilt" said

Some 55,650 PO promotions Another 1000 chief petty of- exams, 15,417 to E-5 after Feb. ments to pay grades E-4 through I BuPers officials.


Station Waits .



For Visit Of J1IX f1: . ,. s

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Old St. NickThere'll .... m1 r ".
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be a touch of Cana- .
dian Winter in the air when '
the NAS Jax Navy Exchange I Vol. 16 No. 36 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, lor da- 4 December 1958 Ir

carload of Cana-
unpacks a
dian Spruce Christmas trees :r,.

scheduled to arrive here next Supply Holding Seminar
(week. ; : tr t n ECHINI: tows*

Trees will go on sale at the fsssT!
NAS Jax Mainside Tennis Court v{ (** Mj 1 On Traffic
\j ManagementThe
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and should range from three to ; "' : i"K. .
ten feet in height complete with .- 1tt ..gf
} a Bureau of Supplies and Accounts in cooperationwith
,
snow for a starter in decorating.IT'S Fi'
ANTICIPATED will 1 Bureau of Ordnance and Bureau of Aeronautics, is con-
they ducting a training seminar in traffic management operationsthis
go on sale Friday December 12. ; '
week at NAS Jax.
Hours of operation slated to
are
Classes are being held in the
be Monday through Friday, 1000 JlLJ O & R Auditorium, Building 101 damage and loss of property.
to 1800, except Thursday, open BUSANDA believes the answerto
Annex, and in the Fasron Six
'til 2000; Saturday, 0900-1200. Conference Room, Building 200. this problem lies in the intensive -
Another Christmas note from training of field person-
the Navy Exchange reports San- THE SEMINAR is designed to nel concerned with shipping and

ta Claus will appear at three provide detailed Instructions in receiving.
places aboard the Station to en- the handling of shipments of Positive action has been takenin
able youngsters to sit on Santa's Navy materials t o improve that direction through estab-
lap and talk of the wonders of methods, procedures and effici- lishment of a new series of
Christmas toys.SATURDAY : :: ittt.t. ency.It's transportation seminars.
esti-
been conservatively
Dec. 13 and 20, This present seminar began
Old St. Nick will be at Toyland mated that the economic waste Monday and is scheduled to end
Iv & caused by loss and damage in
from 0900-1200, along with a _ today, Thursday.
transit of material exceeds
Ic- Navy
photographer to capture their __.....__ -....@w..xwea<<.''''_,. wt;$+''_S2a>.k ,_a one million dollars a year. Instructors are representativesfrom
treasured moments with the jol- Bureau of Supplies and Ac-
MYSTERY DOLLAR BILL Machinists of Metals Division -
ly old man.Wednesday. at NAS Jax O & R Department are contributing to Christmas A substantial amount of thisis counts, Bureau of Ordnance and
December 17, San- baskets for needy families for the tenth straight season. recovered from the carriers the Association of American
ta will be at the Hospital :from Among contributions to the fund Is a mystery dollar someone through regular freight claim Railroads. -
1600-1900; Monday, December 22, put on the booster poster. arenclogckwiseleft wondering who channels. However, this does not ALL ARE qualified in their
it's unidentified donor is, ( to right) Johnny
at Main Store, Bldg. 27, 1600- Tucker, Lowell McCampbell, Joe Francis and Bradshaw Terrill. fully compensate the Navy for respective fields of endeavor and
1900. inconvenience resulting from have participated in many suc-

On each his visits pictures will cessful seminars.
be taken of the children and may Household Goods ShipmentsBy Navy Schedules The presentations of this semi-
be purchased for a reasonable nar are informal and each con-

price. Each print will .be 8x10 February Tests feree is invited to participate

glossy. Air Curtailed By Navy Examinations for advance- actively felt in that the attendance program.It's at this

ment in rating to grades E-4
Schneider Meyer The Navy's war on increasing cost of transporting per- through E-9 will be conductedin seminar will materially increasethe
sonnel and dependents has upped its tempo with issuanceof the Naval establishment on participant's efficiency as a
Given AE HonorsR. an order calling for stringent limitations on use of MATS the following schedule: shipping officer by improving his

W. Schneider Jr., AEIAN, and commercial air___for_ shipping. household goods. E-8 and E-9, Feb. 3; E-7, knowledge procedures of Navy governing regulationsand ship-

of Miami, Fla., and Jerry Meyer, FROM household NOW on goods, reports and NavyTimes shipping household goods and Feb. 5; E-4, Feb. 10; E-5, Feb. ping and receiving of material.
AEMAN, of Bridgeville, Pa., per- personal effects by air without 12, and E-6, Feb. 17.
air Included the
sonal effect shipments by on agenda are
shared the officer So the best time to start
top honors in last week's approval by shipping
demonstrations in
those whose practical vehicle -
will be restricted to
graduation at Aviation Electrician's will have the cost of any excess boning up for the tests is now. and railroad
orders require their immediate car loading,
deducted from their February will soon be withus.
Mate School, "Class A, at baggage
arrival and classified presentation
transfer and early at new a on
NATTCenter. duty station.In (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) "special weapons" (Polaris).
Schneider, who entered the most cases, Sea Service -----

Navy in January, 1958 will re- personnel have ample time to \...,'., .
port to Brooklyn Navy Yard prepare for shipment of house-

for further transfer, while Meyer, hold goods, since orders are issued ;,:
who also joined in January, 1958 some three to four monthsin <' L

will report to Johnsville, Pa., for advance.
duty.A PERSONNEL who insist on


I Royal Navymen Visit Heresented I


group of five British Royal
the Board of Education,
Navy aircraft maintenance officers -
guests of the US Naval Prince George County.

Bureau of Aeronautics, paid a The group, escorted by Capt.
two-day visit to NATTCenterthis Charles L. Moore, Jr., commanding -
week, accompanied by four officer of NATTCenter, and .
Board of Education members of Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman,
the Washington area. executive officer, toured the entire -
Center and visited each of
Members of the group were
Capt. D. J. Hoare, Capt. A. W. I. I I the six schools where a brief
Humphry-Salwey, Comdr. J. L. I outline of the functions were

Wood, Comdr B. B. Mungo, and given.
Lcdr. R. B. L. Foster. Comdr. The group arrived at NATT
James Launch, USN, was lia- Center on Sunday afternoon and

sion officer for the group. departed Tuesday morning when ...._____...-........ _.._.,__ _..._h ""_...__.._.m ---
Miss Margaret Pepper and they headed for visits to NATT- ROYAL NAVY GROUP VISITS NATTCENTER Using replica of a standard US Navy air-
Katherine Scrivener representedthe Center, Memphis, Tenn., and thento craft carrier William Smith, AB1, (third from left) Instructor at Aviation Ground Officers
Board of Education, Districtof NATTCenter, Norman, Okla., School at NATTCenter points out launching and receiving procedure of aircraft to four Royal
rounding out their three week Navy officers who spent two days here. Left to right are, Comdr. B. B. Mungb, Capt A. W.
Columbia, and George Robinson I I. Humphrey-Salwey, Smith. Lcdr. R. B. L. Foster, Comdr. James L. Laurlch US Naval Liaison
and Kalman Vozar repre- visit to the United States. Officer for the group, and Comdr. J. L. Wood.




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4 December lg
2 JAX AIR NEWS
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Jtl xoumllrs Up The Mad Foxes Set Record



us. h.me LADDER Arctic-Med Deployment r rThe

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ___._-....M.......... .M... Commanding Officer With CiviliansWeekly i
Gn'ltoD.IL Weber .. ........, Executive Officer Five
NAB riMt b.JfacluoaTOU: Mad Foxes of Patrol Squadron ranging from
Rear Adm. WendB wttrersw.____._.__......................... Commander climes
Capt. OonQfl. R. Luker ................._..........,..........?.?...........?.. Chief of Staff FalrJax ( the Jax Air News, the frozen wastes of the Arctic to sunny of the east
Capt. MacpBcnoa Williams .Fleet........-.Air........_Wing............Eleven.............?.. Chief of Staff, NAB Six In cooperation with Industrial ern Mediterranean, kept its P2V aircraft airborne a record

Capt Donald z:. Macintosh _.........._........._............>....._..........."... Commander Relations Department, will list 5505 accident free hours during the five-month period end'NT .
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ......? .._............... Chief Staff Officer ... ,
Technical g'Cintie various promotions for Naval Air i ..nUl.. .>.tYiV\ei. __ 99This _
Capt Charles L. Moore Jr.Air.. .._.......___................._ Commandlac Officer .ab '-outstanding-- flight-time I
!
Comdr. Wilfred E. rieshmanCapt .......................... Executive Offices Station civilian personnel) a obtained ice information of criti- \.
-It i" UospItal accumulated during
AtcNCo Abernethy _____....__._......... Commanding Officer Some 32 civilians were pro- total was cal importance to safety, comfort \"
Capt. Ferdinand V. Berley; .............._............_......_.................._... Executive Officer moted at NAS Jax recently including deployment in Arctic areas. Of and efficiency of our northern ] ; \
KAKTTJ 12 from O&R, two from significant note is the fact that bases. ..
Capt. Norman! O. Anderson ..._._......_......._........................... Commanding Officer Public Works five from Supply 1838.5 of the total hours were t.
Comdr. William K.: Hardy ...____............................................. Executive Officer instrument condi- RECONNAISSANCE missions ::
Department, seven from Com- flown under conducted in ::
Printed commercially: with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida tions. : have been the Den
at no expense to the government. and in compliance with NAVEXO9 P-S3 munications Department and six mark and Davis Straits
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel miscellaneous promotions.The VP-5 HAS conducted opera- : northward -
of Fleet Air Jacktonvllle. Naval Air StaNaval Air Technical Trmmlnjr and past Sondestrom and the
Ce1tt'rt1'1etrt Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. promoted at O&R were tions with exceptional vigor
Naval o (taI.'Servlee ., record of I Air Force Base at Thule through
XaConattloa Officer ..__ Comdr. Charles M. TbomM James Ebersole, Jr., helper air- spirit, producing a the Kennedy Channel to Alert
Assistant Service Information Officer ...__..._._. Andrew H. Planey craft mechanic (general) to which they and the Navy, may ((83by) the Lincoln Sea, and .
Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jade Holmes. PHI; Bill be proud. The total of 3668.6
Weekes, JOSN; Dottie Johnson; Ron Davis AN. Circulation-Distribution, Mary production dispatcher; Grady three-month thence across the Arctic Ocean to
Ann Daniel 6N. Staff Photographer Joe O'Brien. PH3. Finley, production dispatcher to flight hours during of the world. i" ,
The Jax Air Hews Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Servie period any known existing the top
Material appearing In this publication "1be reprinted providing credit Is aircraft engine assembler; Anna- surpasses .
given. Photographs, unites otherwise credited are otttalal U. S. Navy pfeote- belle House, from stenographer, peacetime record for P2V These activities north of the .....
Editerlel Arctic Circle did not account for
efflem located la Boom 2M, Mass Administration Bu <11nC. Phone GS-3 to clerk-stenographer, GS- squadrons.
extensions 8164, 656 272 or 218. 4; Leroy Nelson from industrial Rear Admiral W. I. Martin, all the squadron hours aloft. Fre- F

rotwo. o .q tractor Operator to Mobile i Commander Argentia Patrol quent flights departed from Naval J

Equipment Dispatcher; Joe Salis- Group, recently commended the Station Argentia on anti-sub- f(

bury, Helper Aircraft Mechanic squadron, commanded by Comdr.J. marine missions and shipping s i

(motor) to Aircraft Engine accessories W. Crowe, for the "Can-Do" patrols. FAt
and parts repairman; I spirit exhibtied during this de- the halfway date on the ;

S. K. Sanders, helper aircraft ployment. current deployment, the squad- _.,
mechanic (motor) to aircraft Rear Adm. Martin's verbal ron was divided into two groups.

engine assembler; Wallace Scott, commendation was tendered as Detachment Alfa stayed in the
aircraft mechanic (general) to he presented VP-5 with the Atlantic 1 Land of the Aurora. Comdr.
operations analyst (aircraft assembles Fleet Battle Readiness Ex- Crowe and six Neptunes departed I

); Ermajean Snowberger cellence Pennant "E" for the pe- for the sunny Med to partici-
supervisory personnel clerk riod Jan. 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958. pate in varied operations includ-
(general), GS-5 to supervisory THE MAD Foxes, trained to ing Fleet exercises and routine
employee relations assistant, GS- stomp submarines in time of war, training.
7; James Taylor, helper aircraft were engaged during first quarter -

'.S ..&..}.:. v ayk:. oy mechanic (motor) to aircraft of fiscal '59 in the hazardous l'
engine assembler; Andrew Wade, and strategically important Navy To Open
Jr., helper aircraft mechanic peacetime task of charting the A

(motor) to aircraft engine assembler bouds of the Arctic pack ice. School
; and Horace Wise, helper This p.ack ice restricts MSTS A-Ship 1
aircraft mechanic (motor) to ships in their journey north to
'? aircraft engine accessories and resupply isolated outposts of the Next January ,
T----- parts repairman.In North American defense chain.
Public Works Department Often being forced by low The Navy will open a school (
DeVaughn Chason was' clouds and fog to fly at low altitudes in basic nuclear subjects at Mare I
promoted
""__>O" '__'>=-<_"(,,,,,*,,,,,,,,,,,_ from leading plumber to chief. just over the waves of Island, Calif. early next year to (
HONORED SPEAKER NAS Jax CPO Club played hostto quarterman (buildings, groundsand frigid Baffin Bay, Neptune crews prepare fleet bluejackets for
Florida Congressman Charles E. Bennett (standing) last duty aboard atomic ships.
week, who enlightened members and guests on "Predictionsand roads) and Napolean Sellers -
Aspirations of the Next Congress." In his talk, Bennett from plumber to planner MDBS Payment Due The first class of 115 enlisted 4
praised the work on increased facilities at Mayport and discussed and estimator (plumber.) Mutual Death Benefit Society students will start the six-month
many military topics. Left to right are, J. H. Cummings, members are reminded that course about Jan. 15. The stud-
Supply Department assessment -
PNC; Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, skipper of the Naval Hospital promoteesincluded
Bennett; W. H. Upstead. HMC; Capt. Norman O. Anderson, David Baggs, tabula Nos. 104 and 105 are ies, academic rather than prac-
commanding officer of NARTU and Comdr Wilfred E. Flesh. tion machine operation super now due, however No. 104 has tical, will include mathematics
man, executive officer of NATTCenter. visor, GS-5 to tabulation project been declared a free assessment. and physics plus fundamental

Optimism Is EmotedFlorida planner, GS-7; Roma Cowan, Therefore, members will be as- technology of reactors and nuclear -
mail & file clerk, GS-3 to mail sessed $1.10 only on No. 105. All systems.
& file supervisor, GS-4; Wilforc payments must be made by closeof After completing the Mare Island -

Congressman Cox, warehouseman, to stockman business, December 12. course, students will be sent

;; Anna Faircloth, supervi to naval nuclear power training
sory stock control clerk One guy claims he stopped ata
GS5to
Speaker At CPO ClubRep. same, GS-8; and Hartley' hotel where the help was com units at test sites of the Atomic

Steeves, supervisory stock con pletely tip crazy. lIe phoned the Energy Commission for actual

Charles E. Bennett has announced that by next trol assistant, GS-7 to supervi desk for a deck of cards and the instruction and experience with
sory general supply assistant bellboy came up 52 times. reactor plants.homSp.0Sl .
spring, eight destroyers will be attached to Mayport Car- ,
rier Basin with seven more to be added during the next GS-8.
two years. I All promotions in Communications -
Speaking at the NAS Jax CPO were from telegraphic!
Club last week, the Florida Con- carriers with more :facility. typewriter operator, GS-3 to
gressman touched upon subjects Other topics covered by Ben- teletypist, GS-4. Names included

ranging from the jet age to farm nett included likely presidential are Josephine Cattar, Dorothy i \ -- -
legislation. candidates, foreign aid, civil 1 Finklea, Sarah Harrow, Melvin

MAIN ITEM Bennett stressedin rights, taxation and government Howard, Nancy Jellison, Patricia
his talk, entitled "Predictionsand organization. Lynch and June Perry. -\V

Aspirations of the Next Miscellaneous advancements are >; _____
Bennett, member of the House
Congress," was the importanceof Margaret Girardeau, addressing
National Defense and how the Armed Forces Committee, pre- machine and graphotype opera- 4

Mayport expansion was a step in dicted the next session of Con- tor, GS-2 Controller Department a r

strengthening the Navy. gress would be constructive because to Clerk-typist, GS-3; Joanne Ct

Transfer of the eight destroyers of the ideas that would be Gross, Clerk-typist, GS-2 Comptroller :.x

from Newport, R. I. to May- presented by the "fresh faces' Department to same, GS t

port was expressed by Bennettas and "new blood" coming to 3; James Fisher,I warehouseman,
"one of the best things mili-
supply Dept. to Aircraft
in me-
Washington January.
tary-wise ever to happen in this
area" and that he "was delight- "ALL IN all, my feeling about chanic (motor) O&R Dept., Max-

led the Navy has made this de- the next Congress is optimistic," well Holder, warehouseman Sup-

cision." said Bennett, I see no impos ply Dept. to production dispatcher -

The destroyer squadron placedat sible cleavage in this session." O&R Dept.; William Kibler,
Mayport would up total per- electrician, Public Works Dept.

sonnel at Mayport by 2,000, each Six Consolidated flying boats to leading electrician, O&R Dept. ..

destroyer complementing 250 of VP-5F flew non-stop from and Mary Warden, clerk-typist \ Squadron FROM DEPLOYMENT The recent arriv 1
men. Norfolk, Va., to Coco Solo, making per of the Mad Foxes Five shows Comdr. John Crowe, skips
THE DESTROYER dispersal a record distance formation GS-2, Public Works Dept. to accounts VP-5 retumed NAS, being Jax greeted by members of his family.
of after "ve-month
plan would enable the warshipsto flight of 2059 statute miles in 25 maintenance clerk, GS-3, frozen wastes the Arctic: and also In the Mediler-
accompany Mayport-based hours, 19 minutes back in 1933. Comptroller Dept. ranean.William.With Virginia Comdr. Crowe "., left to right, Mrs. Crowe. John
Ann, Thomas James and Helen Marie.Page .



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4 December 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


b r rM rtC St. Augustine usa Pal Day On Tap For Saturday I


'
Servicemen and their depend- across Lions Bridge; LighthousePark to servicemen in uniform to all the NAS Jax Service Informa-

ents are invited to be the guestsof ; Anastatia's State Park and the old city's major sightseeing tion Officer.

St. Augustine, Fla., U.S.O. Pal Davenport Salt Run on Route attractions.A Transportation will be afforded

toa Day, December 6. AlA. servicemen, their wives from NAS for those interested,
An eventful program has been' A dance will be held at the and families are invited. Wives with a round trip fee of less than

d.ti. scheduled including: Free sight- National Guard Armory from will be admitted to attractionsat two dollars per person. There
seeing tour of the oldest city in 2000-2300, with free refresh- half price, with special chil- for
will be free transportation
the United States, from 0800- ments; also free refreshments at dren's prices, also.
- 1600; picnic area for service- the Elks Club from 1200-1600. Interested personnel should servicemen in, uniform on city

irtrp men's families at Wayside Park, There will be free admissions contact their Division Officer ort buses in St. Augustine.


nan. First US Jet Armed Forces


,.. Handled ByVA44 Writers Group

lef

, ;* PilotAfter : Seeks: FictionThe

:
, ; 15 years of flying and Armed Forces Writers
5,000 hours of stick and throt-
, i
___ League, a non-profit patriotic
tle time, Lcdr William Raposa educational and morale organization

attached to VA-44, is one will issue in the fall of
e ,,,.__ ._ ,
-w YW 1959 its first annual book of
NEW POST-Comdr. Leo his squadron.As .
Frick busily occupies himself short story fiction by Leagua
a young lad, Raposa had
members.
in his new position as NAS t a
Jax Operations Officer. Prior vision. He knew that some day Several well-known authors
to this, Comdr. Frick was Inspection there would be planes flying have agreed to submit material
Officer at O & R here. everywhere, and he stuck to that
which will help to
assure successof
He took at
officially over Operations
lad Monday from re end.HE the book if the League receives -
tiring Comdr. L. B. William. WAS the fifty-third Navy ; ; enough other manuscriptsof
son. jet pilot and flew the first U. S. comparable quality.

jet aircraft, a Bell Airacomet If you can write outstandingshort
known as the XP-59. That plane fiction and have sales, con-
today is now hanging as an his- JJJ test winnings or other evidencethat
I'rThursday torical piece in the Smithsonian ; your material is sellable, it

Institute in Washington, D. C. aTOP might be worth your while to

Lcdr. Raposa, a native of Fall ......1:..,.,, .::., ,;,:,. .,;.;: enter the contest.

December 4 River, Mass., has been attachedto SKY-BOY WITH VA-44 Lcdr. William Raposa. The book is to contain a general
Mainside Man Who Died VA-44 for 14 months. Duringhis who has been attached to VA-44 for 14 months, has tallied 5,000 collection of entertaining
hours of flying time during his 15 years of piloting Navy aircraft
Twice (racketeer drama) with Navy career, he spent three of all types.Recreation. reading for adults. Stories must
Rod Cameron and Vera Ralston. years in the Navy Ferry Com- be in good taste and must not

Also, Clunked In The Clink. mand and has been back and exceed 3500 words and must be
NATTCenter Senior Prom forth across the nation at least typed smooth. Submit originaland

(musical drama) with Jill Corey 100 times. I Calendar one copy with stamped, addressed

and Paul Hampton. Also, Hooty He experienced combat duty return envelope.

Toot Toot. during WWII aboard the USS Recreational facilities aboad the Station for the coming Each manuscript must havea

Hospital-Woman Of The River Lexington and made many bomb- week are: separate cover page bearingtitle

(color drama) with 'Sophia Loren ing missions over Japan. In fact, LOUNGES CLUBS of story and author's name,
and Gerald Cury. Also, Magoo's he dropped one of the last bombson Mainside Lounge, Building 955 address and AFWL membership
Blue Jackets Inn, 1630-2330
Cruise. Japanese territory.HE operating hours are 1000 to 2100; number.
Monday thru Thursday 1630-
;
Friday, December 5 WAS commissioned in 1944 NATTCenter Lounge, Building Mail entries to Jennie Calla-
2400, Friday 1200-2400 Saturdayand
;
Mainside Badlanders (color and received his coveted wingsin 593, hours of operation, 1600-2200 1200-2330 Sunday; EM Club, han, 210 Janna Lee, Alexandria,
outdoor adventure) with Alan June of that year at Pensa- Monday thru Friday, and 1300- NATTCenter, 1600-2300 Monday Va., not later than Feb. 1, 195!),
Ladd and Ernest Borgnine. Also, cola. 2300 Saturday and Sunday.
thru Friday; 1400-2300 Saturdayand
Dog House. During the Korean conflict he LIBRARIES Sunday EM Club, NARTU,
NATTCenter Man Who Died was officer-in-charge of a night Mainside Library, Building Wednesday ;thru Sunday 1100- Kline First From
Twice. attack all-weather team aboard 3, 0815-2100 Monday thru Friday, I
130q and 1630-2300 NATTCenter
Hospital Senior Prom. 1300-2100 Saturday, Sunday; ;
the USS Boxer. Dances December 9, Sammy VA-I04 To Win
Saturday, December 6 He started aircraft. NATTCenter Library, Building
flying jet Stevens 2000 to (1)); CPO
Mainside-Last Hurrah (poli- early in 1947 and, with a few I 563, 0930-2100 Monday thru Fri- Club, dining room 1100-1300, Senior Chief Rate
tical drama) with Spencer Tracy
exceptions, has flown every typeof day, Saturday, Sunday 1200-2100; Harris room 1530-2400 Monday
and Jeffery Hunter. One show, aircraft which the Navy has Hospital Library, 0800-1630 Mon thru Thursday, Friday 1530-0100; Norman Kline, AMCS, becamethe
Kiddie matineeGunfight
1900 only. put in the air in the last 15 day thru Friday, 1300.1700 Sun- Saturday 0900-0100, Sunday 0900- first chief of Attack Squadron -
at OK Corral.
104 to make the senior rat-
years. 2400. Saturday and Sunday din-
day, no Saturday hours.
NATTCenterBadlanders.Hospital He is the holder of two Navy Ing room hours 1200-2100. Patio I ing, receiving his promotion
Man Who Died crosses awarded when he was an Bar, 1300-1800, Dick McMeekin, : November 16.

Twice. Ensign and which were given for Only 18 ShoppingDays Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. I Kline entered the Navy in
December 7
Sunday,
to the sinking of
contributing ATHLETICSMainside 1941. During WWII, he was
Mainside The Man Inside 'Til ChristmasAt
cruisers. He
two Japanese heavy awarded the Distinguished Fly-
1000-2100 Mon-
Gym,
(color murder) with Jack Pa-
also holds the Distinguished Fly- Navy Exchange day thru Friday, 1300-2100 Sat- ing Cross and Four Air Medals
lance and Anita Ekberg. Also, I
Cross and four air medals.
ing urday and Sunday; NATTCenterGym while with a Liberator Squadronin

Emperor's NATTCenter-Last New Clothes.Hurrah. _m_____ 'n n.L u"_". .. ___.._.",.....,.,. ,,. ..: w..,.r.., tr.rt :, fTRt'VfiAky 1300.2100 Monday thru the RAF.

Badlanders. Friday; 1000-2100 Saturday, 1200- From 1951 to 1954, senior chief
Hospital -
Cl1NT NRANOi
k 'f
Monday December 8 ; MIL 2100 Sundays; Mainside Bowling Kline served aboard the USS

Mainside-Hong Kong Confi- ;; Y.IRAtliP4C Alleys, Monday thru Thursday Tarawa and the USS Midway

dential (foreign intrigue) with 1130.1630; Friday 1130-2100; Sat- with a night fighter outfit in

Beverly Tyler and Allison y urday and Sunday 1300-2100; the Mediterranean.Prior .

Hayes. Also, Spirit of The Race. NATTCenter Bowling Alleys, to joining VA-104, he
NATTCenter The Man In- Jy4 ; 1130-1300 and 1630-1800 Monday had overseas duty in London
side. thru Friday, 1200-2200 Saturdayand with Fasron Special 200.

Hospital-Last Hurrah. Sunday. VA-104 is currently deployed
Tuesday December 9 fr ; Golf Course, 0830 till dark aboard the USS Forrestal in the

Mainside-No Place To Land t x r e :t tC I weekdays; Saturday 0730 and Mediterranean.

(air drama) with John Ireland Sunday 0800 till dark.

and Mari Blanchard. Also, Spook 4MltNECAT SPECIALStation Wintering Over Party

and Span. Fish Camp, open 0800 Personnel, in the following
NATTCenter-Hong Kong Con- a till half hour before sundown, ratings, desiring to participate in

fidential. closed Tuesdays and Wednesday. the Wintering Over Party 1959-

Hospital-The Man Inside. Indoor Pool open 1130-2000 1960 to the South Pole should

Wednesday, December 10 daily. Sunday 11302000. Pool submit requests to their person
Mainside From Here To will close Dec. 8. for six weeks. nel office prior to 1600, Dec. 10.
drama) with Burt
Eternity (war
and Deborah Kerr. Hobby Shop Annex, Building
Lancaster 503, open 1300-2200 daily. The woman who henpecks her
Also, Willie The Kid and Congo husband Is likely to find him listening -

Bill, Chapter 3. One show, 1900 -I Teacher: "If a farmer raises to some other chicken.
.
only. i 3700 bushels of wheat and sellsit
NATTCenter No Place To GOOD CONDUCT WINNER Terry Morsen. SN, of Fas- for $1 bushel, what will he Then there was the guy who
Land. ron Six, is shown receiving congratulations from Comdr. Glen
I get? stopped at the second hand storeto -
Hospital-Hong Kong Confid- Phillips Fasron Six skipper, after being presented the Good "
ential. Conduct Medal at a recent ceremony Student: "An automobile. buy one for his watch.



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4 December 1958
4
JAX AIR NEWS


Armed Forces rDJAPERr


Cut 1DOINGS
Strength Boys outnumbered girls among

births at Naval Hospital Jacksonville -

the past two weeks, 22-20.
Is OrderedAlerted
Included in the new arrivalsof

the week of' November 21
to Fiscal Year 1959 twins born to Luken
were Henry ,
military manpower cuts months I j : .i. : A : c EN2, and Mrs. Luken. A little

ago, the services have' been ordered .,..:, t....>fi... .. : .. i\ ; boy and a little gal were addedto
by Defense Secretary Neil :!.:::::;':"!L': ;" .. .: { H'I the Luken family.
/
H. McElroy to force levels :
pare ; Other new births are: Boy,
by some 71,000 prior to next ::> Martin
:.\ Gary Malcolm, to Douglas *
June 30.Personnel.
'I EN2, and Mrs. Martin, Nov.
limits fixed in : 7; Boy, Rickey Donald, to S/Sgt.

President Eisenhower's budget ... : and Mrs. Owen Adams; Boy,
message for the current fiscal : *:: 1 .
":. Joseph Randolph, to JosephGriffin
year are: Army, 870,000; Navy, T :
: : AN, and Mrs. Griffin;
630,000; Air Force, 850,000 and !t -T-
to Warren
Boy, Timothy Wayne,
Marine '
Corps 175,000 for .
total
a
.
of 2,525,000. 1. :,: Stirle, SN, and Mrs. Stirle; Girl,

The services reported, their .. -- .--- -" ". ..- I. .- .. .... ...- Kim Barrie, to Ensign and Mrs.
estimated numbers CHAPLAIN CORPS Anniversary of the 183rd year of servIce of the Chaplain Corps of the Robert Gage; Boy, Robert Carl,
at the end US Navy was observed by local chaplains* last week at a luncheon at the NAS Jax "O" Club. to Charles Lee, EN2, and Mrs.
of last month to be: 901,793 Left to right, are Capt. Francis Burke, Senior Chaplain, NAS Jax Comdr. Charles Beatty, NAS Lee Boy, Ronald William to
Army; 641,328 Navy; 863,800 Air Jax Protestant Chaplain, Lcdr. Walter Davis, Hospital Lt (Jg) Don Alexander NATTCenter; ;
Force; and 189,361 Marine Corps, Lcdr. Albert Prickeit NATTCenter Lt. Roger McClone, NATTCenter Catholic Chaplain: Comdr. Acey Henshaw, MN3, and Mrs.
pegging the Armed Forces at Frank Morton, NATTCenter Lt (jg) H. T. Kelley, NAS Jax Catholic Chaplain, and Lt. Earnest Henshaw, and Girl, Phyllis Star,
Reagan, NATTCenter.Chaplain.
2,596,282. to George Mason, SN, and Mrs.
Queried Mason, all born Nov. 8.
specifically on Army
and Marine Corps cutbacks,hang- Corp Observes CREDIT UNION Also, Baby Girl, born Nov. 9
ing fire since the Middle East to Lewis Carlton, YN1, and Mrs.

crisis last July, Mr. McElroy, at POSTS NOTICEFor Carlton; Girl, Virginia Ann, to

his first press conference after 183rd Year Of ServiceNavy convenience of its mem- Connor Hollingsworth, Ret./MC,
returning from bers Jax Federal and Mrs. Hollingsworth, Nov. 10;
._u_ _. ... .a..40-day.. world- Chaplains from Main- the Navy Boy, Charlie I I Alexander to
. ,
iuui ui
u. o. Installations, said: Two Credit Union's Loan Depart-
new chaplains wel-
side, NATTCenter and Naval were Oland Smith, YN2, and Mrs.
"We have
held this off pendinga comed during the luncheon Lt ment will be open from 1030
Hospital observed the 183rd Smith, Nov. 10 Girl, Patricia
withdrawal ;
of until 1600 until further notice.
our troops from.
jg H. T.
( ) Kelley, and Lt (jg)
Lebanon. We think that we are 'anniversary of the Chaplain D. C. Alexander. The Cashiering Departmentwill Ann, to Richard Kirkland, CS2,
about ready to order these reduc- Corps last week at a luncheon remain on the same hoursas and Mrs. Kirkland, Nov. 10, and
at the 0" Club.COMMANDING THE CHAPLAIN Corps was Girl, Sandra Sue to William
,
tions to be put into effect," he previous, 1100-1500( Monday
explained.On officers of first proclaimed November 28, through Thursday and 1100 Starnes, AO1, and Mrs. Starnes,
different commands aboard the 1775, when the Navy ordered Nov. 11.Also .
Nov. 18, less than a week until 1600 on Fridays.
later, the Defense Secretary in a Station were on hand to help that commanders of ships were Loans for worthwhile pur- born Nov 11 were: Girl,

memo to service secretaries directed celebrate the occasion. They to perform divine services twicea poses may be obtained at the Lori Marie, to John Detraz, ADI,

that plans to attain ap- were: Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, day aboard ships, and that a Credit Union, located in Build- and Mrs. Detraz; Boy, William

proved levels be submitted to commanding officer of the Naval sermon be preached on Sunday, ing 39.Extra. Joseph, to Leonard Gutschmidt,
Assistant Secretary of Defense Hospital; Capt. Donald E. Macintosh unless hazardous weather con- YN2, and Mrs. Gutschmidt, and

Charles C. Finucane by Dec. 1. skipper of Fleet* Air Wing ditions or accidents preventedthis. Boy, Donald Craig, to Ever

The Defense Department, 11; Capt. Samuel H. Horton, Caution Is Prior, HM1, and Mrs. Prior.

meanwhile, announced that the Naval Hospital; Capt. Charles Navy Chaplains have served And, Boy, John Nathaniel, to

January draft call for the Army Lambing, Chief Staff Officer, and seen action in every way Great Idea When Manuel Holman, AK1, and Mrs.
would be 9,000( compared to inductions FAW-11; Capt. Norman O. And- since Barbary War, and the War Holman, Nov. 12; Baby Boy, to

of 11,000 in the four erson, commanding officer of of 1812. Chaplains serve their John Johnson, AE2, and Mrs.
preceding months. NARTU; Comdr. Wilfred E. Flesh- people on land, sea, at home, or Taking A Journey Johnson, Nov. 12; Girl, Theresa

The Army, which faces the big- man, executive officer of NATT- in distant lands. They are there When you leave home on your Lynn ,to John Miller, AK3, and

gest cut-some 32,000-earlier in Center, and Comdr. Jaquelin when needed for advising or Mrs. Miller, Nov. 12; Girl, Julia
upcoming excursionto
the year said that no involuntary Davidson, NATTCenter. counseling. holiday Annette, to William Tyler, AD2,
separations would be necessary homes of friends and loved and Mrs. Tyler, Nov. 12, and

in 1958-59 to get down to the authorized ones, chances are you'll be traveling Baby boy, to Jimmie Ridenour,.
June 30 figure. c\ c4 by car with two or three PHI, and Mrs. Ridenour Nov. 13.
other people from your base. Born
The other services also are expected week of Nov. 21 were:
to make required man- You may be called upon to Girl, Nancy Elaine, to Ensign and

power adjustments primarily take a spell at, the wheel, if not Mrs. Jerry Jarrell, Nov. 14; Girl,

through attrition of short term ; 4s drive all the way. Stacy Leigh, to James Hedden,

enlistees. (AFPS) Here's a word of good adviceto AM2, and Mrs. Hedden, Nov. 14,
drivers from Lee Wallard, and Girl, Cynthia Ann, to Robert
winner of the 1951 Indianapolis Giddens, AOC, and Mrs. Gid-
Underprivileged 500-mile race. dens, also Nov. 14.

"When you take the wheel ofa Plus, Boy, James Joseph, to

Tots Christmas strange car, take a few minutesto Paul Donndelinger, A03, andMrs

learn positions of the controls Donndelinger, Nov. 15; Girl,

Is PlannedThe > -hand brake, wipers, lights and .Nancy Kay, to Richard Shinn,
Parly dimmer switch. AMC, and Mrs. Shinn, Nov. 15;

E-7 Wives Club held a 'Then, before attempting to Baby boy, to Robert Vining, AN,
successful cake sale at the NAS bring the car up to highway and Mrs. Vining, also Nov. 15.

Jax CPO Club during the monthof cruising speed, get the "feel of Births of Nov. 16 were: Boy,

November.Mrs. the wheel." Try the steering, William Thomas, to S/Sgt. and

J. F. Bush, Mrs. H. C. check the sensitivity of the brakes Mrs. William Parks; Girl, Helen
Quade, Mrs. E. E. Weller and and learn about the car's hand- Marie, to Pvt. and Mrs. Zolley

Mrs. W. C. Purcell managed the ling characteristics. I Sapp; Girl, Maureen, to Vernon

sale. All proceeds went to the "The most experienced race McClary, Ret./N, and Mrs. Mc-
Christmas Party planned by Sta- drivers even take this precautionand Clary, and Baby girl, to Ronald
tion chiefs for underprivileged it's more important on the Cooper, AE1, and Mrs. Cooper.

children. "WATCH THE BIRDIE" Relates Mrs. Sue Ceynowa to highway, "concludes Wallard. to And, Boy, Mark Farnsworth,

The party, slated for December little Debbie Verhorsheck sitting in her lap. Mrs. Ceynowa Power brakes, power steer- Richard Reed, PD2, and Mrs.
served as Navy Wives Nursery Chairman for a year and tem- Reed, Nov. 17; Boy, Arthur
20 is
an annual affair ing and different
sponsoredby types of suspensions -
for
porary supervisor two-and-a-half months. Tiny tykes with Scott to John Denton, AN and
chief petty officers aboard Mrs. Ceynowa are, from left Cheryl Parsons and Cheryl Clif- cause wide differencein Mrs. Denton ,
NAS Jax. ton. All three youngsters are daily visitors to the Nursery. handling characteristics of today's Janelle Nov. 18; Girl,
Kathleen
to John Crotty,
At the E-7 Wives' monthly cars. AN, and Mrs.
Crotty, Nov. 18.
meeting, several members of the Tireless Worker Praised I These factors._ _nlus the tremendous __ _n____ Also, Girl, Kathleen Sue, to
club volunteered to assist the -. -- ---. -- speed potential, make Wallard's Robert Bergett, AK1
and Mrs.
Club by acting as hostesses for Tne wavy Wives Nursery Club remarks appropriate, especially Bergett, Nov.
in when the 19 Girl
and parents of youngsters in the Nursery lost its ; Debra Lou
the children during the party. with the highways expected Ella, to
Donald
Nursery have cause to be real supervisor in July and, took over Green, CN, and
All wives of E-7 personnel are proud of the work and improve- all duties. Under her guidance, holidays.to be jammed for the Mrs. Green, Nov. 19; Baby boy,

invited to attend next monthly ments that Mrs. Sue Ceynowa renovation of the Nursery was to Robert Kerr, EMI, and Mrs.

meeting of the club, December, accomplised during her short nearly completed along with Kerr, Nov. 20; Baby boy, to William -
8, at 1930 in the CPO Club din- Parrish, NAS Jax commandingofficer. : Cranie
two and one-half months serviceas several other improvements instituted AD2, and Mrs.
.
ing room. Nursery Chairman and tem- during her stay. Mrs. Ceynowa, native of RhodeIsland .Cranie! Nov. 20; Baby boy, to
Anyone wishing further in- porary supervisor. However, her duties were well and Phillip Tibbetts, PHC, and Mrs.
her husband
formation may contact Mrs. J. W. Mother Ray- Tibbetts, Nov. 20, and Baby
of two active children rewarded by a letter of commen- mond, AMI, have been at NAS to boy,
Seibert at SP 1-3716. herself, Mrs. Ceynowa stepped dation from Capt. Elliott W. Jax for three and one-half years. Miller Richard, also Miller Nov. 20.Page .SN, and Mrs.



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'Ii" zzled Fliers .... Card Meager,



nder Early : Scores TightIn TheWATER

'
Woes IJtii
?
;ason

sses number five and six I Cage Loop LINENavy

e to the Jax Navy Fliers Jax Sailing Club was
It week of firsts on the
was a
week as the locals, expering Mainside intramural basketball host for finals of the Series 58-B

king-size woes during the Greater Jacksonville Sailing
[ front last week with some squads
Christmas portion of their
for the perpetual
competition
im'i winning their first matches of
wood slate, fell twice to awarded semiannuallyby
the while other teams stub- trophy
year
sonville University. i, the Jax Chamber of Com-
bed toes initially.
the first setto, the DolphinsU
merce.
In a tilt that ended with a
ripped the Fliers on thenside defeated Although ten boats entered the
stern protest, VW-4 "A"
boards, 90-56, in a Operations "A," 54-37. This tilt, final race, only four finished, two
'm e in which defense was of which were Bantams of the
i however, may be replayed.In .
wn to the wolves. Navy Jax Club. 18 to 20 knot
Fasron
the week's thriller,
m Kirkland hit the cords for Six eked past VA-44, 30-38. Fas- winds, a choppy river and a

-oints for the collegians while ron 109, meanwhile, won without strong tide took their toll on all
Jester and Jack Dorman st boats over the three mile course.
lam; taking tha floor, gaining a forfeit
chipped in 11 points for the I victory from FAW-11. While on the last lap and well

attled Fliers. Paced by Lawrence Howard, in the lead, the only Suicide
in the broke his mast
class
race
the second game, played as Special Services dropped VAH-1
his in tho
dunked crewmen
and
of JUs 1958 Homecomingkend } in a mild surprise, 60-54. Howard
,t rti Johns River.
went to the Dolphins, ; } dunked 37 of his club's points.In St.
the series was John
Winning
4. Jax Navy, however, madee another squeaker, the 679th
U of Florida sophomore,
of a contest out of this one. Air Force, forging to the front Mason,
of the Rudder Club, who has
arren Rouse, big Jax Navyer in the first half, almost fell by motored from Gainesville every
the club's i' the wayside at the hands of
was sparkg weekend but one to race in this
[ with 13 markers. Kirkland ; Operations "B," pulling out a series.

20 for the winners. 39-37 decision. As Victor Hruska, Chairman of

eanwhile, the Jax Navy the Educational and Cultural

ckerjax dropped a 46-24 Wo's Two workers were discussingtheir Committee for the Jacksonville

City League tilt to the vacation plans. One asked Chamber of Commerce, awardedthe

niami sextet. Carolyn John- GOOD FOR TWO --- R. E. -Bates- ((15)) of Operations "A" the other if he had decided on trophy he commented that

scored 19 points for the los- tips in a successful two-pointer during rugged action in last where he was going. the competition was getting

Wave club.AD week's Operations "A"-VW-4 "A" Mainiide intramural bas- "Nope," came the slow reply. keener in these races as we continued -

i ketball game. Trying vainly to block tip-in are VW-4s Bob "I want to take a trip around the to have more boats entering -
Meek ((11)) and Earl Bostwick ((20)). The Cane Hunters emerged world but the wife wants to go I
and that he would wel-
with a 54.37 decision but a rematch is entirely possible due to ,
Dominates
a protest entered by the losers. some place else. come the opportunity to award

the trophy to a Navyman if the

TIC Bowling Pistolmen Finish .5 'S *V },z .. Navy a future Club can series.produce a winnerin


he Marine Aviation Detachnt Although Lt. Gene Guazzo of

continues to dominate the Well In PI MeetThe VW-4 actually beat Mason across

LTTCenter intramural scratch Jax Navy pistol team recently the finish line, he displayed a

ling league, showing a fine journeyed to Parris Island a measure of good sportsmanshipby
5 effort for the 9 hit-
year. to compete in the Annual disqualifying himself for

eeping pace with the Marines Invitation Pistol Tournament and ting a buoy.

second place AO School, who walked off with double honors. Comdr. Clancy Rich of NJSC

w owns a 32-8 season mark. T was in second place in the Ban-
The team garnered nine trophies VP-16 Fasron 6 'A' Come
e Missilemen of NAWS School, tam class.
and also won the professional ,
o two weeks tied
ago were

th the Marines, hold down respect civilian teams of various competing.Jax Marine. and To Life On Scene
ird place !with a 31-9 mark. Kegling Company 45

Navy, taking only one
The
Support Splinters, 24-16
and out the top four teams. squad of four men from the Pintopplers from Patrol Squadron 16 went on a rampagein Beats Co. 44

varsity ranks, participated in all Mainside intramural bowling competition last week, captur-

Individually, Lester Lammersthe three stages of the matches and ing team honors and moving up the American League ladder.

NAWS squad holds the excelled with the .45, .38, and 22 Coming back to action follow In Ring WarWhite

.adership in high series, 595, caliber weapons, in the Master ing several weeks respite, the Fair Jax "A" continued to hang

gh game, 245, and high aver- and Expert classes. Patrolmen carved out high team onto its lead with the 679th Air com pany 45, under
e, 188.Other. Force about the only team ableto MAD'ssecond
Carlton James swept
The squad was composed of A. series and game marks with 2543 ,

School and department L. Jackson ADC, NAS, A. New- and 893, respectively.DON catch the Staffers. Boxing Smoker of the

aders for high average are Fred man AN, NAS, G D. Carapellotti McCARTY of VP-16 reg- HIGH TEAM honors last week season, last week taking five of
berry, MAD 174 Robert went to the 679th with an 872 matches from Red com-
; Ly- AQC, NATTC, and J. J, Davis istered individual laurels with a seven
ns, AO, 156; Kenneth Burkey, AO1, NATTC. 216 game and 599 series.In game and 2459 series while Suggof pany 44.Their .

GO, 158; William Wain, SS, other American League Dental "B" posted high in- pugilistic prowess put

53; Godfrey Stutheit, AE, 179, The A3D, a twin jet, swept- noise, Fasron Six "A" shoved dividual game of 240 and a high them in possession of the roving

nd Lavern Larson, AK, 151. wing aircraft, operational in the long-time leader VW-4 "B" out 575 series. Smoker trophy, presented for

Fleet since 1956, is Naval aviation's of top position.In Fasron 6 "A"AMERICAN............33 11 .750 the first time by Col. William P.
heaviest carrier bomber. the National circuit, Com- VW-4 "B" .................389 13.9 .740 Mitchell, MAD's CommandingOfficer.
parks Special Services .37 19: .712
Keep VA.P-62 "B" ..... .... ",,36 16 .692 .
FAW-11 ....................."..309 29.9: .544 One event absolutely unjudg-
679th A WRON ,..31 29 .517
AllStationSpike Hospital.. ........ ...'. 289 27.5 .509 able was the blindfold bout between -
VA-44 "B" ...... ..27 29 .482
V P.16 ..41.5 18.5 .439 207 lb. Digger Dumontand
VW-4 "D"" .... ..20 28 .417 126 lb. "Bomber" Baumgart,
CrownFor NARTU "B'.22.5 33.9 .402
ComFairJax "B" ..20 32 .385 which occurred during intermis-
.16 32 .333
FAETU "A"
the second successive time, Marine Bk's .......16 32 .333 sion and "rocked the joint" with
NATTCenter Disbursing ...... .. ...16.5 399 ..317 laughter.
in the person of Dental "A" 9 32 .220
Aviation Electrician's Mate NATIONAL Breakdown of the bouts was:
ComFairJax "A" ...44 16 .733 Reiner 45 over "Sulky1Sctterlnrton
"Rocky"
School, has captured the All- 679 ACWRON "B" 46 18 .719, 44; l'Axhandle Alba, 49.
NARTU "A" .. .40 24 .629 "BaaBoy"
44
Station Peerless" Pearman ;
Volleyball title. Operations ......, .. 39 29: .609 over : "Butcher" Babcock -
49 over
VA-44 "A" ........ ..... ....33 23 .589 RoiRer 44 "Punchy" Pinto, 44, took"Wormy'r
The Sparkies, paced by Red: V W.4 "A" .... ... .... 30 26 .538 : Wewman, 49: "Snow" White
1 VAH-1 ..........30 :26 .536 "Killer"
Schiller's "'' of Co. 44 downed teammate
effective spiking, defeated .i Fasron 6 "B" ..........32 28 .533 Cockcroft, 44 also "Pistol Pete" Peterson
the VA-176 Thunderboltsin ey Dispensary .............. .34 30 .531: of Co. 44: downed "Pancho" Plg
....... ..,
i ryr. r jy e Dental "B" M.II 299: .509 nato, 44, and "Jolting Joe" MulllneX
a best of three series last Fri- Snpnlp. 30 34 ,4<)flFAETU "One Punch"
of Co. 42 slaughtered
} y _, : .::::: .:: :
"B" 28 32 .467 bout
day Neblett, of Co. 47, in the feature
night, 15-7, 14-16, 15-11 and Enlisted .......28 32 .467
15-12. VP-try .. ... .....23 33 ..411 of the evening.
Communications .... 24,13.'U ..409w
Despite it's great drive and ve. .. ..... 195 409 .325 Local Miss To CompeteIn
VAP-62 "A" .. 18 38 ..'121
never-ending hustle, VA-176, f VW-4 "C" 199 489 .242 Water Ski SlalomA

Mainside champion, was unableto 1 i
cope with AE's well-oiled, experienced : : 1 Charles Washko, left guard for large turnout of top skiers

machine. 1111111 r the Eglin AFB, Fla., Eagles, has throughout Florida and the
received a four-year athletic Southeast are expected to con-

With intramural togs stored ...-- -- scholarship to Georgia Tech and verge at Cypress Gardens Sat-
for another season, the Jax Navy CRACK PISTOLMEN Trophies and a lot of respect from will join the Engineers for spring urday for the Slalom champion.
been competitors were two precious items carried back from a recent ships.
varsity volleyball team has members of the Jax Navy practice.
Invitational shoot at Parris Island by
.
formed and is quickly taking vanity pistol squad. Participating in the matches for Jax Navyat Kathy Vogel, young daughterof
shape. the sprawling South Carolina training base were, left to All women are alike, but they M/Sgt. C. G. Vogel of Marine -

right E. D. CarpUlettl of NATTCenter; Art Newman of NAS have different faces so you can Aviation Detachment, will
First match is slated for December Jax Ordnance and Gunnery J. J. Davis, NATTCenler, and A. tell them apart. be among those competing.1ecember .

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Exchanges Frown On ClassifiedFor

I z

Unauthorized Patrons i t Pvt. Guest House.Rent Furn. CO-

k. ; t ;; 4-4691.

Who you are and whether or not you should be shop :,::: } 2-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. Doctor's

I ping in the Navy Exchange is a matter of considerable in Lake Dr. (Orange Park). $65

terest to Exchange salesclerks, so don't be annoyed if you're Mo. 8 M from NAS. CO 4-9264.

questioned_ regarding_your right to patronize the Exchange.Why Mueller.

is It Important 2-Bdrm. Furnished Apt. 8601
to buy
persons may manage
Well, Navy Exchanges operate from Exchanges.Any Roosevelt. $60 Mo. Mrs. Ehlen.
with approval of the Navy De- 1-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. No pets.
serviceman who lends his
partment for the purpose of pro- EV 9-8176. Caldwell.
viding a convenient and reliable card to an unauthorized pur- 3-Bdrm. Unfurn. house. 8601
chaser not risks disciplinary
source from which personnel and only I Roosevelt. $70 Mo. Mrs. Ehlen.
action, but more important, jeo-
their dependents can purchase Duplex Apt. Furn. 5934 Wes-
pardizes the entire Exchange
items necessary for their conven- connett Blvd. SP 1-1106. Oak-
ience and comfort. privilege.

SO THAT the continuation of MOST STATES exempt Ex- ley.2Bdrm.. Unfurn. Apt. $65 Mo.

this service is not jeopardized, changes from taxes on tobacco, EV 8-3597. Winters.For .

your cooperation is solicited. beer and soft drinks. In one Sale
1\ vc
state, this amounts to a savingof :
Although the Armed Forces kt 3-Bdrm. 2-bath house. 7351
as much as eight cents on __
have set up a rigid identificationcard every pack of cigarettes. All in Greenway Dr. (Ortega Hills).

system, a few unauthorized EV46298. DeVries.
all, such exemptions saVe serv-
3-Bedroom. 2-bath Home. 24
icemen more than five million t
I
Linda St. Deluna Pk. (Pensa-
dollars each _
year.If
R' 3w'v
,w cola). Take over VA loan. $59.83
.U1J'tt \; military personnel allow unauthorized -
persons to use their .' .. .. ...wx,>...... rte. ".. ". Mo. G 1 e n d a 1 e 6-5482/Comdr.
StangST92457.3Bdrm. .
J cards and buy tax-free goods, REGISTERS 5,000th HOUR-Lt. (jg) Frank Heggood, (left) .
r. the states would with- of Fasron Six flew his 5,0001h hour in Navy aircraft last month. house. 5250 SeasprayAve.
promptly He's shown being congratulated by Comdr. Glen Phillips, Fas (Venetia Ter.) $63.33 Mo.
.V'tij\ draw this privilege. They might ron Six commanding officer, prior to cutting cake baked for SP 1-1341 after 4.30 p.m.

1 even take criminal action againstthe the occasion of Lt (jg) Heggood's lofty flight time mark. 2-Bdrm. home, buy equity

: violators.All and assume $54 Mo. payt's. Ven-

..,, 'il';''' of this could easily costa VAH-1, VP-16, VFP.62 Report etia Terrace. 6248 Pennant Dr.

\ ,..t:- ', .". serviceman the Exchange priv- West. Kennington.
,. "'Ai";. ".: ileges he now enjoys. Moreover, 3-Bdrm. house, 6239 Commo-
., 'I
wbtt it takes only one violation of Scouting Squadrons dore Dr., Venetia Terrace $2200

regulations to make a case that equity. $59 month. SP 1-0815.

With TheToastmasters could penalize servicemen every- Miscellaneous

I where. '. VP-16 Wanted: Ride from Barrs &

THIS IS indeed food for Officers and men of Patrol VAH-1 Oak, Riverside to AO School

One of the largest turnouts in thought for the serviceman whois Squadron 16 took last Wednes- The VAH-1 Tigers are girding corner Jason & Enterprise. Hrs-

recent months was on hand fora tempted to "be a good guy" day afternoon off for a well- themselves for an event filled 0730-1600. Ext-8239/EV 8-8413

crackerjack of a meeting of by lending his card to people deserved "All Hands" party.Lt month. On tap for December are evenings. Lucas, NATTC-Bldg.

Navy Civilians i i Toastmasters who are not authorized.Your carrier qua 1 s, HatWing One 613.
(jg) Robert Naab returned
Tuesday at the residence of E. K. Exchange service is a Bombing Derby and change of
from three weeks Survival i
McIlrath Belvedere Ave. privilege not right. Use it butdon't command ceremonies. Followingthese
on a School training at Stead Air events the squadron plansto Marine Reservist Gets

Speeches by Junior Teske, Mc abuse it. Force Base in Reno, Nev. Lt Fifth Conduct Award
____________ move to Sanford to join her
Ilrath, Walt Stanul, Ivan Sanders n while
(Jg) Naab lost 12 pounds
sister squadrons. T/Sgt. Carl Nash Jr., a para-
and Rod Pinney highlighted'the undergoing a rugged, eightdaytrip
Carrier quals will take place chute rigger at the Marine Avia-
program. in the California mountains.
during the first week in December tion Detachment, was recently

Teske posed the query "Whence, VP-16s highly-rated basketballteam Heavy One expects to qualify presented his fifth Good Con-
"
Man, Vence Man, Hence Man; is working hard for its return nine pilots. Operations will be duct award.

McIlrath requested the help of to the hardwood after a held on the USS Roosevelt.The Sgt. Nash enlisted in the Ma-
the membership in his search for"Rhythmj"
three-week layoff. The team
and servedin
rines in July, 1942
will be
; Stanul brightened up holds a 2-0 record to date. Tigers competingin the Asiatic-Pacific area witha
the room with his "Colorful the bombing derby against
& ; 4ja.a Lts. H. L. Gallagher and H. G. dive bomber squadron. He
in
other squadrons HatWingOne
Words; Sanders delivered a free <
? Dickson have been designated later served in Korea.North .'
lesson in electronics in "How to during Dec. 8-12.
Patrol Plane Commanders and I
Repair Your TV Set and Rod On December 15 Comdr. Sid-
; ,
Lt (jgs) A L. Woulf and F. A. Dakota AirmanIs
Pinney philosophized on "Time Meeks have qualified as PP2P. ney Baney, executive officer, will
For Decision." relieve Comdr. William D. Spie- AO (A) Honor Grad

The "fang and claw" club, VFP-62 gel as commanding officer of Gerald Schmidt, A 0 A N, of

which delivers evaluations of Heavy Photographic Squadron VAH-1. Following change of Valley City, N. D., was honor-

speeches, was comprised of Ed 62 went 230 percent over the top : command ceremonies, the squadron man in the Aviation Ordnanceman -

Hoban, Ernie Newberg, Ezra i Q' in the recent Community Chest- will hold open house for School, Class "A," graduation -

Batte, Norman Brooks, Don United Fund Drive. Having an families and visitors. November 28 at NATTCenter. -

Moran, and Gordon King. Master assigned quota of $338, the men Welcome aboard is extended to .

evaluator was Ken Scales. Yd contributed $786. Lcdr. Emory Tiffany, Ensign Schmidt, who has been in the
toastmastered the James Pirotte, and Kent Que-
Andy Planey
The commanding officer, Comdr.C. .
Navy since Jan. 14, 1958, will be
} A T3. This is the first crew
program, with Ben Ballering as Hollinshead presented man,
W. ,
transferred to N A A S Fallon
to be received from the VAH-3 ,
table topics chairman and T. A. BEACH BELLE-Isabel Sar- second class promotion certifi-

Wilkinson as lexicologist. li, a voluptuous import from cates to the following men at training program. Nevada.
Argentina, displays her 36-21-
last week: W.
36 in this beach scene from her morning quarters
Yule Leave, latest motion picture. Experts A. Bruton, L. L. Blackman, D. J, w co'yoaia; IL:
predict she'll be the first maJor Glover and A. D. Hart to AE2;

Periods Set movie queen from South W. F Brannon to AMS2; D. J.
America since Carmen Mir-
:Adams, R. A. Bjork and G. R.
anda.
Sea Service enlisteds due
James to PH2; J. G. Roberson andJ.

get out during the Christmas- Household/ / R. Kehoe to ATN2 and L. D.
New Year holiday leave peri-
Murphy to PHA2.
od may get separated a few Continued from
( Page 1)) Cooler weather of the past few
days before vacation time. pay check, the Navy has warned. has hampered formation of
days
The Marine and
Corps Navy
Noting that funds for trans- cumulus build-ups which in turn
early Yule-out will
policy release
portation are "now extremely has made good aerial photo
enlisteds sometime durIng
limited," the Navy said "maxi- weather, and the AJs from VAP62 -
( the period Dec. 17-20, priorto
mum attention and cooperationis have been taking full advan- .g}
the holiday leave period required by all hands to insure tage of it.
: :
Dec. 20-Jan. 4. \ :
funds will not be exhausted have been tak-
The Leathernecks The photomen
will keepat prior to end of the fiscal "
year. the south-
ing aerial pies over
least
50 percent of the eli-
gible Marines in nontrainingunits In earlier moves to check eastern part of the U.S. from

on duty during its split transportation costs, all com- North Carolina to Mississippiand LPi &Ifw

holiday leave duration. The mands have been urged to cur- down to south Florida.

first period begins Dec. 17 they tail issuing of TAD orders, and

second starting Dec. 28. to send overseas personnel with- New arrivals last week includeS. ?

Marines undergoing train- out any, or the minimum num- E. Sullivan, AMC, from VA-

ber of dependents.Did --__ .._._.__.__ _.-_ n__
.ing will be granted leave pe- 15j; E. G. Coe, AMC, from Fasron
MASTER CHIEF AT FAETU First master chief ,to be
'r' riods coinciding with leave hear about the 3 and S. E. Yekalis, PHCA, from attached to NAS Jax-based FAETU Detachment Two Is H. L.
periods established by their you psy- Surface Anti-Submarine Deve- Smith, (right). Reading E-9 promotion orders to the new master
various commands. chiatrist'with a sectional couch? chief petty officer is Lcdr. R. A. Deal, commanding officer of
He treats only split personalities lopment Detachment. FAETU, Det. Two.r .