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: February 26, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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I __ Mad Foxes' Return Home From Busy

Deployment In Sunny Caribbean AreaPatrol I

Squadron rive returned ercises make up a large partof ---yo weather and warm saltwater i

to its NAS Jax home the squadron's annual to conduct a thorough

last Saturday after a two- grade., survival course.

week deployment to Roose- The Atlantic Fleet Battle Fifty-two officer and enlisted -
velt Roads, Puerto Rico.
Readiness pennant and "E" are flight crew members were

The outfit participated in based in part on this grade. requalified in long distanceand

the annual Operation Spring-, VP-5 currently holds the underwater swiming.In .

board. While flying their P2V award. addition to participation,

Neptunes, the "Mad Foxes" ....
in Springboard, VP-5 qualified -
successfully completed a 11 The squadron's survival officer four new Patrol Plane

competitive exercises. Lt (jg) Elton Himes, Commanders and one Patrol
Scores attained in these ex- took advantange of the sun- Plane 2nd Pilot.JflXflJ.i14JJ3.

Is mad
easier through correspondence j
courses, say Phase IL Aviation
Fundamentals School personnel.
Shown working MCI course in
Map Reading is ActCorpL R. J.Pieranunsi. I
(left) ActGySgl.
F. M. Daly Jr.. and First Lt. F. -
H. Bruce Jr.. Phase Officer.
"Noitomorp Oh,, that spells
"promotion" backwards

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Station Divers
:VoL 16 No. 48 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 26 February 1959

Save Ditched

VA-44 PlaneA 1959 Wave

high state of readinesswas {Na

demonstrated by diversof c i:1:1': : '- ConventionSlated
Saturday, as they, _
within 20 minutes after being I
notified of __ HerePlans
a plane ditching ..
in the St. Johns River, rushedoff ,; fi.

liberty, jumped into a are underway for the
YSD, and roared to the crash annual reunion of Waves

scene to save remnants of a slated for July 24-26 at Hotel
VA-44 Skyhawk.The Robert Meyer in downtown

A4D, piloted by Ensign i Jacksonville.Waves .
M. W. Patrick, crashed 1000 feet ex-Waves, Yeomanet-
I short of the NAS landing strip tes of WWI, Women Marines,
after a jet engine flamed out i i.aa Spars, Navy Nurses and Waves

on the approach to the landing Reservists are invited to attend
pattern. Other than a scratched ,;y the reunion, according to Miss
head Ensign Patrick, who ,was Eunice Horne, chairman of the
rescued by helicopter, was un- reunion planning committee.

injured.The ALTHOUGH "early birds" may
salvage crew spent about bring their families and partici-
five hours in salvaging the plane pate in' planned tours July 20,
and gathering its scattered parts. official registration will begin at

Officials agree their work wasa ___.__ ________ __.._u.__._.._...._. ___. ___.. ___'.___. 0800 July 24.
4.0 job. It is believed the planecan HEALTH. JOINT CRUSADE DRIVES UNDERWAY Charlie Field (left) and Capt. Kenneth At an organiza ional meetingof
be overhauled and put into R. Wheeler (second from left), co-chairmen of the 1959 Federal Service Campaign for National the planning committee here
service again.Members Health Agencies and Joint Crusade, display one of the posters used during the current campaign. February 1, entertainment was
Second from right is Rev Roger S. Marxson. who spokesman for the National Health Agencies -
of the diving crew, during last Wednesday's kickoff drire. Ruth Zimmer. chairman of the National Health driveis discussed and tentative plans
who took over for the original at the right. The double drive, with proceeds going to six National Health Agencies plus CARE. made. Included is a Mayport fish
salvaging crew that could not be the Crusade for Freedom and American-Korean Foundation, will close March 10. fry, and planned tours to NAS

located, were: John Starr, BMC, Jax and NAS Cecil Field, Marine-
master diver; H. L. Davis, DCC, land and St. Augustine, and pos-
Grade PromotionsTo TIDE TABLE
master diver; G. S. Cummings, Employee HIGH LOW sibly a party at Jacksonville
MRC, diver second class, and Beach.
A. A. Brady, DC2, diver second I AM PM AM PM CAPT. WINIFRED R. Quick
Be Aided Solons Bill
By Fri. 10:56: 11:26: 4:41: 5:02
class.In. Sat. 11:51: 5:39: 5:58 Director of Navy Women Re-
the last year, the divers servists, will be honored at a
Sun. 12:23: 12:50: 6:42: 7:00
have gone on 16 exploits into the Federal classified'employees would get bigger raises (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 3)) .
deep. when promoted to higher grades under a bill introduced by
Rep. John Lesinski (D-Mich.) according to reliable sources.
The bill provides that on a
Marine Wives Schedule I grade raise the salary increase in his old grade, and in many

Meeting Next Monday shall be at least as much as the cases is at the peak of his grade Yat .
I I and is getting more than the entrance ? ;i is 3'i Syf: L
The Marine Corps Wives Coun- difference between entrance ratesof
of the
rate new grade.
seling Club has scheduled a meet- the two grades.

ing for next Monday, March 2, THE WAY the situation. is at Present law guarantees a clas- .4.
at 1930 in Building 563, King present, however, immediate sified employee need not ever'
Hall.All monetary value to an employee take a pay cut as result of a

wives of Marines are urgedto given a grade raise scarcely grade promotion but, on the rr
attend this meeting., If you amounts to more than 50 dollars.A other hand, it merely guaranteesthat ) *;* ,
the rate shall not be S 'v'!
have no transportation contact. classified employee usuallyhas new f xl .
Midge Floyd at EV 7-2023. had several step increases, (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) ( i3

I O&R Maintenance Training Starts HereA

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program for designated aviator Byrne and Ensigns Thomas Driver to itself by developing officers
training in A3D and F4D I and Norbert Leckband, who which will later maintain air-
maintenance'repair was initiatedby I arrived here last week from craft this department works on.
NAS Jax Overhaul and Re- NAAS Kingsville, Texas, have
AFTER TWO weeks orienta-
pair Department recently. been first to undertake special-
tion trainees will in
THE SIX-month 'Fleet Main- ized training in the F4D'Skyray.Six 'r s. r
three weeks of on-the-job train- :
tenance Training Program, acquainting other officer trainees, under- ing in Process Division, one weekin -, ,.<-- _.._ --- -" ,- .
officer trainees withO&R's A3D
taking Skywarrior of
phase Metal Division, four in Avionics MAINTENANCE TRAINING 'IThe first three aviators
aircraft maintenance makeup the program, are expected to arrive Jax
three in Power Plant, five in undergoing O&R Maintenance Training Program at NAS
and "know how," helps sel- aboard NAS Jax soon. et word on hydraulics testing at O&Rs 3216 Hydraulics Shop.
ected pilots get assigned duty in The training program not only Assembly, four in Repair and Looking on while Hydraulic Test Stand Operator Pete Mitchell
fleet maintenance billets. gives O&R a chance to rendera Ground check, two in Aeronau- explains details are Ensigns Norbert Leckband and Thomas
Driver, Lt (jg) Robert Byrne and Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS
Three aviators, Lt (jg) Robert service to the fleet, but also (Please turn to Page 6,Col. 5)) Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer."NOITOMORP" .



19591 I
Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS February

I Driving Lessons Complete CPO Force-Out

Jft -S

NAZI Jacksonvtu. Scheduled serviceman's HereAny wife interested Selectivity Plan Set UpThe

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. .....................,.........,,..,,,,,,,,........,. .,. Commanding Officer in learning to driveor
Capt. Grayston II. Weber................ .......... ...... ... .. ..... ...... .. Executive Officer for chief petty officers
NAB Six: FlMt Air JickionrllU any child between ages of selected program
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ...........................................?.................... ..... Commander 14 and 16 register for, mobilized recently extending the number of rates under the
Capt. George R. Luker .....,.................................t......................... Chief of Staff FalrJax may
Capt. Macpherson Williams ......................................... ............ Chief of Staff NAB Six Drivers Training Courses. plan to 42 and setting up six CPO categories under the

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ....F. .....leAiWev.n..........................................,...........................*... Commander Requirements for youth are: measure, which deems to increase number of force-outs in
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ... Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air'Tichnical Training'C.ntsr Giving name and rank or rate the PV7 ranks..

Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr ...............................................,.............. Commanding\ Officer of sponsor (father), signatureof If a hiiislisted under one
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman ?................................................. .........,.,.. Executive Officer and has finished large number of E-7s blocking
Naval Hospital both parents requesting the of the 42 rates in the lower
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ........................ ........................................ Commanding Officer "FloridaDriver's active duty he will promotions grades
? the
child be 20 on
Capt. John G. Feder .?......................?...... ................................... Executive Officer taught years this "hump" problem can be
NARTU Handbook" and have to apply for reenlistment to
Capt.Norman Anderson ......."...................... ....................... .. ... Commanding Officer Personnel and be solved, it is felt, by the force-
Comdr. William E. Hardy ........................ ...... ... . ..... .. ... ... Executive Officer "Navy Drivers Handbook. the Bureau of out program. WWII and the
A short letter must be sub- selected for additional service
conflict is
Korean designated
Printed commercially with non-approplated funds In Jacksonville, Floridaat hitch. the
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-K mitted to First Sgt. Lyons In before signing for another cause for -the large crop of E-7s.
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof than
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training building 572 not later TWENTY-YEAR chiefs in un- What the future may hold for
Center. Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. March 15. Don't forget to in- to
rates will be permitted
Naval Hospital an E-7 is determined by the
Service Information Officer ......,......."..........,........ Comdr. Frank J. Hill clude home address and father'sor extend or reenlist over 22 years
Assistant Service Information Officer ....... ......... .. Andrew H. Planey station category under which he falls in
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Bill Weekes. J03; Ron Davis AN; husband's base duty by special screening of their the program. All personnel who
Gene Haean. JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien PH3. and telephone numbers. and desig-
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. commanding officers are now approaching, are finish-
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit.ls Adults should contact :Mrs nation as fit for sea duty.
given. unless ing or have passed 20 years of
Photographs otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- 12594.'
graphs.Editorial. Betty Vogel at SP I'' Because there has been a active service are placed in one
offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164 658 272 or 216. of the following groups:

1 i CATEGORY A-All personnel

Be An Early Bird Join with less than, but approaching,
; C 20 years active service. Under

; ; ,1jL: :i this group the commanding officer -
can reenlist a chief for two,
Fight For Health CrusadeTo three, four or six years, or ex-

tend him in yearly incrementsup

acquaint personnel involved in the Federal Service fund to four years as long as any

raising campaign for National Health Agencies and the Joint Cru- new agreement does not carry

sade, the Jar Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and the enlisted beyond 22 years.

figures of these groups. Category Personnel in un-

listed rates completing 20 or
40,000,000 Doomed Unless .. ?
}: more years of active service on
Cancer now takes the lives of more than 250,000 Americans expiration of current active-obli-

annually, and will strike 40,000,000 Americans now living unless gated time. Commanding officerscan

current rates are checked. reenlist, extend or give active -

One patient in three is saved; a few years ago it was only one \. 00''j duty agreements to men in
y: X
in four. The American Cancer Society's education program aims to : ) + this class provided they are fully

alert the public to the life-saving importance of early detection.The : qualified professionally and fit

service program looks to the needs of those who get cancer. for sea duty.Category .

The research program-supporting more than 1,000 investigatorsin C, D and E Include

117 American institutions seeks improved treatment and an EMs, whose rates are listed, who
ultimate cure. have had 20 or more years of

HERE IN JAX THE DUVAL COUNTY UNIT of the American active service, and whose ex-

Cancer Society conducts a year-round program of education and DUTCHMEN EYE ACEY-DUCEY: "=While sta>ding-by in piration of current active-obli-
service in order to promote cancer control in the community. VA-44 Officer Lounge for word to prepare for their first American gated service falls before July 1,
jet familiarization flight. Dutch Navy aviators, Lcdr. Gus 1959, between July 1 and June
Servicewise, the Duval County Unit gives financial support to Hagdorn. (standing, left) and Lt. Chris Kryger (standing, right) 30, 1959 and after June 30, re-
two clinics where indigent cancer patients can receive free treatmentand watch VA-44 pilots, Ensign John Parks (left) and Lt (jg} ) Jack
Lance play acey-ducey a game unknown in the Netherlands. The spectively.
care on referral by their physician. Several thousand cancer
Dutch officers CO and XO of Squadron 860, are presently at- THESE latter three groups
patients a year thus receive necessary attention and many lives'are tached to ,the HMNN Karel Doorman. will follow the same procedure,
prolonged and saved through support of this program. In addition, that is, chiefs can be extended for
home patients' who are financially pressed can receive care through
one year by the CO, but must
the the Visiting.Nurse Association which receives financial support from Dutch Aviators Indoctrinated'Into request an enlistment or execu-

Society.A tion of an agreement to stay on
LOAN pLOSET HAS BEEN established at the American active duty, specifying the term
Cancer Society headquarters at 439 West Duval St., which providesfree World Of SweptWingTwo of service desired, to the Chiefof

dressings, loan of hospital beds, wheel chairs and other equip- BuPers, it reaching BuPers no

ment to cancer patients lingering at home. Royal Netherlands Naval aviators were introducedto later than Feb. 15.

About 30% of contributions received in Duval County are ap- the facets of American swept-wing'jets last Friday morn- For Class E, the deadline wouldbe

plied directly to a vast national research program. ing as they zoomed over Jacksonville in two Attack Squadron Feb. 15 preceding the fiscal
44 F8F-8T Crusaders.In year in which their enlistmentor
Cancer strikes one in four. Based on these statistics each familyin their 75-minute familiarization extension expires.

the U. S. will be affected. It is up to each individual to protect flight with VA-44, the Dutch VA-44's Instrument Training Of- Category F-Personnel in rates

himself and his family by contributing generously toward the con- Naval officers utilized TACAN, ficer and Lt. R. E. Dobelstein, the listed who require additional

quest of this disease by giving to the Federal Service campaignfor the U. S. Navy-developed 'all- "Hornet's" Instrument Standard- obligated service due to receiptof
National Health Agencies. weather aid toured ization ,Officer .
navigational transfer orders or to establish
ComFairJax's flying area, made Comdr. Hagdorn and Lt. Kry- SEAVEY eligibility, but who

Help The Crippled To Walk several touch-and-go I a n d i ngs, I ger had originally planned to have completed 20 or more yearsof
simulated strafing and rocket I their first sonic
experience boomon active duty when their cur-
Dedicated to the unmet needs of the handicapped regardlessof
shooting runs, and during "confidence" the flight, but the overcast rent active-obligated service ex-
is National for
races, creed, age or cause of crippling, the Society
Crippled Children and Adults. manuevers performed canceled such plans. pires. Those in this category
various loops and rolls. COMDR. may have their enlistment extended -
Funds received the Florida for Crippled Childrenand HAGDORN and Lt.
by Society THE DUTCH Naval for the min-
pilots were who by their COs
its 21 affiliated local societies, participants in the current Fed- Kryger, are CO and XO,
given the opportunity to be im- imum numbers of years requiredto
respectively, of Dutch
eral Service Campaign for National Health Agencies, will go to Squadron
pressed with their first their obligated
exposureto 860 flew complete
a single-engined
work to provide treatment and therapy for hundreds of handicapped British
TACAN, as they flew from Seahawk service.
to NAS Jax almost two
children and adults throughout Florida.
NAS Jax to Sanford and back weeks ago off the carrier HMNN
AN INDICATION OF THE WIDELY-SPREAD direct services through a. thick overcast. Karel Doorman, which was Oe1 VII

offered at eight treatment centers and through the Mobile Therapy The Dutchmen, Lcdr. Gus Hag- later docked at NAAS Mayport
Unit operated by the Easter Seal Society, is reflected in the annual dorn and Lt. Chris Kryger, were during the officer's official visitto

reports from local affiliates. accompanied during the manu- VA-44. Squadron 860 is basedat

Last year these societies, through their centers and clinics, provided I evers by Lcdr. W. C. Raposa, Valkenburg, Netherlands, while
2,511 persons in Florida with, direct treatment, including. the Karel Doorman's home portis
physical, speech and occupational therapy. Of this number receiving Reduced Tickets For Rotterdam.

treatment, 1,613 were children. Another 2,000 parents, teachers and 'Medea' Are Offered The Dutch aviators took off c7 ----

patients received special services. "Medea," a Greek tragedy, will from NAS Jax Tuesday headedfor

THE NATIONAL SOCIETY for Crippled Children and Adults be presented by the Jax Uni- the Karel Doorman, whichis
receives 10.3% of each dollar for research and 89.7% remains in versity Players at the Swisher heading down the east coastof rw"Congratulations

Florida.We. Auditorium, March 6-7 at 2030. Florida.

have all seen a crippled child and thought to ourselves: "If For those at NAS Jax interested Comdr. Hagdorn makes his

only there were something I could do to help?" You can help; dol- in seeing this play, contact the home in Katwky, Netherlands,

lars you give for health enable the National Society for Crippled Special Services Office, Bldg. 704, with his wife and two children.
Children and Adults to help crippled children throw away their where there are some excellent Lt. Kryger, who is married and

crutches to run and play like other boys and girls. tickets on hand at the reduced has a son, lives in Ryswky, near Crankshaft
Remember a crippled child He's yours, too! Help him walk. price of one dollar. the Hague. you have been elected the"man
most likely to get ahead.


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26 February 1959

: Comdr. Vroom


From FAW-11
{ Capt. Donald E. Macintosh,
Commander Fleet Air Wing 11,
t delivered detachment orders last

.week to Comdr. Jacques Vroom,
"""""'T'. ?. ; j ".... who. will report for duty on
Staff of Commander Naval Air .
: ...:;j:...:'. :. ; .., ::
Bases, Fourth Naval District,

'\ < Lakehurst, N J.
.... .::.
... Comdr. Vroom first reportedto
.. FAW-11 May 18, 1957 and
.. IIJ since then has served as Admin-
t" istrative Officer. He also has

: served on many boards and com-
mittees of the Staff and NAS
\ Jax.Main
hobby of Comdr. Vroomis

\ amateur radio station WIZZE4,
Y"v ______ : Ya which has become well-known in
ADMIRING AMERICAN STYLES-These three Royal Neth. S.'
erlands Navy officers case the clothing cqunter at the NAS Navy the Jax area as a means of com-
I ,Exchange and defintely like what they see.i However, souvenir. I 4 ; munication for FAW-11 person-

wise, the Dutch Navymen preferred stuffed teddy bears, fountain ... ,,.... .. ... ..., nel on deployment.
H' ''
and "> 'W. ''' :'' 'w'w. ;; :- --
pens picture post cards. Left to right
Vanraay. Ensign George Velthuysen, and unidentified are Ensign officer.J. W. J THE CHEESE BIN The Dutch love their cheese and they Taking over Comdr. Vroom's
make sure enough of it is carried aboard ship. A chief storekeeper post here is Comdr. Stanford
er aboard the Dutch carrier Karel Doorman shows a piece of a
I home-produced item to NAS Jax Commissaryman Chief Pete Storey, who reports aboard from

.:.JY.} dY Jannotti. The ship was, loaded with 7,000 pounds of cheese. the USS AlbefI1.arle.
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r.y YS
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Life On Board Dutch Flattop Offers Vivid

> < aa..gSolinyln

} + \ Contrast To That Aboard U.S. VesselsWhat

is life in the Dutch
an all-day visit aboard the Door- Stores from 1215 to 1230 and
Navy like as compared to the
U. S. Navy? man.ONE 1800 to 2100. Approximately 60
NOTE which be of
Much comparison was drawn may to 60 cases are sold during one
interest to the U. S. Navymanis
by Jax Air News reporters, a day at sea. Lemon drink is the
i the Karel Doorman's wine i
photographer and an NAS Jax cellar and its winekeeper. The most popular, whenever beer

4 } commissaryman who visited the wine cellar is located below the cannot be procured.

Royal Netherlands ,Navy aircraft water line so as to keep wines, CLOTHING stores are on same
carrier Karel Doorman while it ; liquors and beer cool for drink order of American Naval ships.
was docked at NAAS Mayportlast ing. Shoes sell for $3.50 American

t } Thursday, and by chatting Some 3,000 case' of hard 'beverages money and,uniforms about $11.00
with the 'Dutch' sailors during for officers only and 2100( American money.

two tours of NAS. cases of beer is stored for enlisted Haircuts aboard the Dutch

FIRST noticeable differencewas men. The winekeeper i is flattop are 4 cents (American
in pay. It is 'very difficult charged with storage and Issuingand money) while a shave costs you
to find an average pay for a stores enough aboard for a two cents.

rate in the Dutch Navy since the six months' cruise. ,The Dutch observe their tea

pay rating system is so complicated What do the Dutch eat? It was time and coffee breaks, too. Tea
but it was discerned that agreed that the crew of 1200 of time is 1445. Coffee time is 0945.
for comparative sake the Dutch the Doorman 'liked starchy food
The Dutch sailors do not go in
Navyman earns only 1/3 as muchas and cheese, but had leaner appetites for such American sports as fish-

U. S. Navyman.A that Americans. Approxi- ing, water skiing, golfing, or
chief petty officer with eight mately 230 pounds of meat are even swimming. They prefer
service draws 120 guilders served at meal.FEEDING .
years a soccer. In fact they are soccer .
-, -.. .-.y.----.v. .'......-....."..''1.'w.t ...- "" .... flight pay and 480 guilders basic is the same as in the happy. Making a national soccer
DUTCH NAVYMEN'S WINECELLAR Here U a bird's pay. Four guilders make one U.S. U. S. Navy. However mbst of time is equivalent to reachingthe
'eye view of the winecellar aboard the Royal Netherlands Navy dollar, which means that the the Dutch sailors use a stainless major leagues in baseball
I aircraft carrier Karel Doorman. Some 3000 of hard bever.g .
cases Dutch CPO draws an average of
steel bowl, oversized, into whichall here.
'age for officers and 2100 cases of beer for enlisted men enough
for a six months cruise is carried aboard the ship. ....... ........ $130 per month. A U.S. CPO with of the food' is placed and AS FOR MOVIES aboard ship,
eight years would draw $105 mixed together Some three
r sec- the Dutch prefer, of what they
flight pay and $300 average basic tion plates were also used. They have seen so far, French and
Car On Sale At : I ClassifiedFor I pay, for a total of $405 per month.It receive all the food they want Netherlands movies, over Amer-

Credit UnionThe was discovered that enlistedmen and can eat. ican. But this can be explainedby
Rent must resign from the Royal A typical meal is one of pork the fact that, even though
Jax Navy Federal Cre- Netherlands Navy when they salad one-third of the movies
2-Bdrm. unfurn. house. Kit. shops, potatoes, caplizyners are
dit Union has for sale to high- equip. Lake Shore-EV 8-4956. reach the age of 50. (small round beans), and fruit, American, their caliber is not of
est bidder a 1958 Plymouth Commissaryman Chief Pete or pudding for desert. the best and are the type we
sport coupe in good condition.The 3-Bdrm. unfurn. house with Janotti of NAS, assisted by The most favorite meal is call- would consider B movies, or

car has power steering, fenced yd, car pt. Near sch. $95. George Bryan, JOC, of Mayport, ed a "rice table." It is an In- even lower. They are, however,
power brakes, radio and heater mo. S. Side off Beach rd. EX- uncovered a wealth of informa- dosian lunch of rice, with an crazy about American musicals.In .

and is an eightcylinder.Sealed 8-2174. tion on cooking, feeding, equip- assortment of vegetables, fish, and watching the Dutchmen
bids will close Fri- ment, eating habits, menus, recreation meat. shop at the Navy Exchange hereis
day, March 6 at Building, 3-Bdrm. furn. house. Lake and other facets during Beer is drawn from Ships i was noticed they are very
the Credit Union office. Shore. $100. mo. EV 8-0998.
frugal and stay away from too
House trailer-5 mi s Orange many knick knacks.

Elliott Band To Pk. on river. CO 4-9817. t For souvenirs they prefer stuf-
fed teddy bears fountain
3-Rm. trailer-near base. $45. pens, .

Play For DanceLarry plus lights. Schramm, ext8435.For v rj and pretty post cards.

Elliott and his band will Sale ..n f Sanford Landing Strip
2-Bdrm, 36 ft. '57 mobile home. '
provide music at a dance at King ; t.4< Now Called Ramey Field
Krushel, ext-8329, Bldg. 712. FF
Hall next Tuesday (March 3) NAS Sanford's airfield is now
sponsored by Aviation Ordnance 46 ft. '57 Gen. trailer. Sleeps 8. called Ramey Field, in memoryof

School of NATTCenter.The $1000. equity, $89.11 mo. Marg- the late Lcdr. Robert Ramey.At .

affair will commemoratethe aret Leary, Hibernia Tr. Pk., recent ceremonies at NAS
33rd anniversary of the Aviation Green Cove Springs. Sanford, the JJavy-Maiine Corps
Ordnanceman rate. 3-Bdrm IVt ''bath house, near FY 4 ,tJ Medal was posthumously presented -

Light' refreshments are to be NAS. Low equity, will mk terms. to Lcdr. Ramey. His widow -
ti ,
served. 7375 Pineville Dr.-EV 8-9068. y ua. Mrs. Wahneta Ramey, accepted -

Coat and tie, or Uniform of the 2-Bdrm. furn. house. 300 ft. the medal.
Day should be worn by men attending deep lot. Equity plus $34.50 mo. MACH BUSTER The Navv'i newest all-weather Jet, the Capt. J.D. Ramage, Commanderof
McDonnell F4H-1 interceptor, makes its first public flight over I
the dance, while ladies' pmts on GI loan. 3562 Peach Dr. St. Louis, Mo. The F4H is powered by two 15,000-pound thrust Heavy Attack Wing One pre-
dress is semi-formal. RA 4-1531. engines and can fly at better than twice the speed of sound. sented the medal to her.




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<< 26 February 1959 I


( to JAN)--The Cherry .
Point, N.C. Marine Corps Air received requesting four enlistedmen voted to lectures. Special mech- pletion from the Navy.

Station's Overhaul and Repair from Fasron Six at NAS anics are always available to assist O&R Cherry Point Is ready to I

Department is writing a new Jax and four from Fasron 108 the sailors during the 320- begin another division of the

page in history by housing theNavy's in Brunswick, Me. be trained in hour course. maintenance schooling when five 1
the maintenance course. newly designated aviators from
Gas Tur-
only The maintenance (
course covers
bine, Gas Turbine Air Starter Attending the course from engine breakdown, cold/hot ,sec- the Fleet arrive for a six-month J

and Turbojet) Maintenance schoolsin Fasron Six are E.M. Baker, AMC, tion, fuel controls, oil pumps, Maintenance Officers Training JJ J

the U.S. H.A. Bastick, AD1, C.F. Hayes, test equipment, check, and test course. ,I
Like the enlisted O&R schooling -i
AD3 and W.E. Curtis AN.
Until early last month, O&R runs. 95 per cent of the officer
? ; t
Cherry Point was training only Most of the instruction is accomplished Graduates of the course become -. training: will be on-the-Job instruction h f

civilians and Marines. by on-the-job training full-fledged jet mechanics supervised by special With The
I a
Then a letter from BuAer was I with only 40 hours being de-: and receive a certificate of com mechanics.
l o
D '''-::''::< '''''''<'I<':
DIAPER ,l" + tH.' ...:.:..t Frf"/l. ... ": ?.: .. HAS Jax Might Toastmasters b

T Last Thursday Ladies 0
DOINGSNaval Play Big Role In Night at the Navy Jax Officers P

I Toastmasters Club. "The Preferable rJ'

Dutch LifeIf Sex" was the table-topic n
Navy '
Hospital delivered an chosen by Lou Alaia. 1

even dozen babies for the weekof in the future, chiefs petty Toasting wives and/or sweet

Feb 6-11, with boys outnum- officers of the Royal Netherlands hearts waS Dick Blankenship, v.
:i Navy find themselves writingthe who introduced four speaking a
nine to three.
bering work situation descriptionsof husbands. n

Greetings to Richard Steven, LIy their subordinate's efforts,they Frank Mugett led off with 0'

born to Richard Clark, AT3, and can attribute it to NAS Jackson- "Driving Home Tonight;" Fritz

Mrs. Clark; 'Baby Girl, to Donald ville. Hellings spoke on "A Tinkling

Kaczmarek, MM3,. and Mrs. Kacz- It will be the result of the visit Symbol;" Sam Anderson talkedon

marek, born February 6. of Lieutenant Third Class T.S. de "More Fish," while Clancy ,

Vries, an industrial psychologistin Rich closed with "America's
Also, Baby Boy, to John Ne-
well, PRM3, and Mrs. Newell civilian life, temporarily assigned Youth.
,>r, f 1 Guess included Mr. and Mrs.
y to the Dutch aircraft car-
February 7.; Baby Boy, to Fred
Doorman which has Jaeger, Comdr. and Mrs. Schry-
Long, ABC, and Mrs. Long and rier Karel

Baby Boy, to James Welsh, ADC, just concluded a stay at NAAS ock, and Mr. .Willis. Myers. N
and Mrs. Welsh, born February 8. Mayport who visited NAS Jax
I ._ last Thursday. Three basic Training speechesand si
And, Boy, Marcus Steven, to OCCUPATION CLASSIFICATION Lt. Third Class T. S. Charged with observing enlisted the charging of two new ec
Marcus Sweat, AN and Mrs. de Vries (right) of Her Majesty's' Royal Netherlands Nary shows classifications aboard members were highlights at the h
Sweat and Boy, James Frederick, I considerable interest in Dominic Worsowiscz' explanation In men's
19 of
February meeting Mar-Navy
to Frederick Spalding, AD2, and methods and procedures of classification of occupation used by the Doorman, deVries met with
the Station's Industrial Relations Department. An industrial Dominic Worsowiscz, Salary and 2280 at the Colonial Restaurant.
Mrs. Spalding, born February 9. phrtchologitt in civilian life but now aboard Dutch carrier Karel Wage Administrator, Industrial Charged with responsibilitiesand
Doorman, de Vries stopped at NAS Jax to study methods priorto
Welcome to Stephen T. Jr., Relations to discuss privileges of a toastmaster o
manual of enlisted men's
a classifications. Wor-
born to Stephen Tindol, Sr. HM3, classification methodology. were Bill Kellogg and "Sam" o
Iowa is Salary and Wage Administrator at IRD.
and Mrs. Tindol, and Boy, Tim- Derleth, with Bob Gelles con- o
According to de Vries, salary
othy Lee, born to Lt (jg) and ducting the ceremony.
and administration is in its
Mrs. Samuel Sayers, born Feb. Head Of The Family Should infancy! wage.li in Europe and this,being Starting the speech program
ruary 10.Also off with a silent bang was Russ
his first visit to the states, he
boy, Gary David, to wanted to talk to someone in this Smith with "Silent Speech e
Duane Runnells, AN, and Mrs. Recognize Obligation To CDThis work. followed by Jim Wood, "Working '
With Words. Emphasizing the
Runnells; Girl, Darlene Deanne, The Dutch officer evidenced
to Don Mahanke, ATC, and ( is the second in a series on the National Plan fob Sur- considerable interest the degree need for "Floating Security," pre-

Mrs. Mahanke and Girl, Diana vival and Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just how of participation in iij sident Dick Murphy rounded out r
a current
Marie, to Pfc. and Mrs. RaymondOlle the individual fits into the overall picture will be covered). the show. h
study by line supervisors
on a .
born February 11. Individuals and, families should be self-sustained units in any local and was amazedat *
emergency but they are also responsible for contributing to gen- ,the description written. Speeches by Walt Stanul, Bill
i eral survival and recovery efforts if national disaster strikes. Clearman, and E. K. McIlrath ti

Wives The competant head of any Industrial Relations was ableto hightlighted Tuesday night's program it
Navy family recognizes his obligationand The military services are included assist de Vries by supplyinghim of the Navy Civilian Toast-

prepares defensive measures in this National Plan and with forms, instructions and masters at Cumberland Rd. Com-

against any eventuality. prepare supporting "Passive De- guides utilized in local studies. munity Center.
1 fense" plans that delineate: The Dutch officer declared that Stanul delivered a blast at W
Are you the "let George do it" chain of command, organization,
the methods and procedures used mass production in his "Produc-
Mrs. Reginald Berry gave a type? What can you, or rather' continuity of operations, methods, here could be readily adapted to tion Engine ring at O&R Plants" er

membership coffee for Navy what have you done about defensive personnel, materials and equip- the Royal Netherlands Navy's Bill Clearman emphasized pridein ; 26

Wives Club No. 86 at her home preparation in your own ment necessary to assist civil authorities "
purposes. his "My Job, while E. K.
last week and some 30 club mem- home or community? in recovery operations. W''
McIlrath tried
I a new approachon
bers were present. As US Citizens, we have the Navy passive defense planning, Da.ffynishuns: Fleas insects George Washington in "The an

_Pourers were Mesdames Wood-. inherent obligation to support the while primarily concerned with that have gone to the dogs. Strange Paradox-Washington." Ci

phen Hall, Reubin Lottinger, I common defense of the Nation. safeguarding of the Naval estab-' Evaluators, headed by Gordon cl1

Thomas Bennett, William Joy- With governments at all levels, lishment and its recovery operations -* A street cleaner was fired for King included Junior Ttske, VI

ner and Danny Johnson. Federal-state-local we are jointly 'takes into account the day dreaming he couldn't Andy Planey, and Norman re
responsible for Civil defense civilian population within peri- keep his mind in the gutter. Brooks:
regular monthly meetingwas mobilization efforts of the nation. phery of its geographical loca- .
held last Wednesday at the \JI
tion and includes methods and
The Federal Government is responsible -
Dewey Park Clubhouse. Hostesseswere
procedures to air local civil au- I//
Mesdams Wallace Everoski, for direction and coordination -
H. R. Eitzen, Barney Meyer and of the total National thorities if requested.The ,.'

Jesse Bush. T effort; the state government for Commanding Officer NAS t1:'..I": ovin
the civil and defense mobilization Jacksonville, is the designated ..:. ", -.
New members welcomed to the Commander of Passive Defense : ..
and its :
"activities of the state >' .
... ..
club included Mrs. Martin Pellino political subdivision, and the local Group 6.3, and NAS Jax is the"hub" ..,.... . .,.;.
and Mrs. E. R. Wessel. government is responsible for or 'control center for all .

Naval and Marine Corps activi- .. iWi
subdivision within
Following appointments were each political ..... WJ
: '"
made: Activities Chairman, Mrs. the state (citytownmunicipality ties in the North Florida area. tic

Bennett, Assistant, Mrs. Eitzen; ). The NAS ,Jax Plans Officer is ., : /.kj lt A;]
the designated Coordinator of '' !" I "
Not New Shop Chairman, Mrs. '
Leaders of industry, 1 labor, : : >.
Joyner, Assistant, Mrs. William agriculture and finance cooperate Passive Defense Group 6.3 and is ::"'i> ,' i t: /11. ::;V !I.i\ sit
Raab and responsible for formulating over- ,
Publicity Chairman / I
i agencies in :<" .1. ph
government :
Mrs. Joseph Hagan. all PD and continuity of opera- ), ': r/Jlfr W.,
planning and executing measuresto .,S.. I.
tions plans for this group, com- '
The monthly club social I is continuation of func- j" :) A
assure posed of NAS Jax, NAS San- 'r...." ,, ,
scheduled tomorrow the ford, NAS Cecil Field, NAAS .. ,'.!i"' ,;,: ) !itf T}.
Clubhouse. Mrs. Bennett and economy. and their \ .'
Mayport subordinate "
Mrs. Eitzen will be hostesses for The National Plan for Civil De- 'commands and activities. ":b.::,:; '.,: A,

the K evening.The fense and Defense Mobilizationis Military and civilian personnelof FT

Navy Wives Nursery wishes a program supported by the this group are equally respons- ...

to again call to attention of President, his Cabinet and Con- ible for recovery operations. Their ".-. th

parents that the fee per hour gress. Every citizen should know common objective should be MECHANICAL AND ELECT ICAL Capt. .''
after 1900 is 35 cents, and that its content. State and local De- "Navy First" because of its re- (right) AvFund Phase Coordinator, congratulates Wesley the two- We
closing hours on Friday and Sat fense offices will gladly supply talatory power against attack and dass. Highest Fundamentals in the honor students from Friday's graduation

urday nights is 0100. copies of the Plan upon request. its ability to defend the area. (left). Pvt. John Gorman mechanical was top man phase In was the electrical Pvt. Oscar phateI' Noel..




26 February 1959,

Ensign Club

Heap In Center's Atop Jax Navy Runner-Up In

Basketball Race Invitation Spike Meet

Although the schedule was ab

breviated in last week's NATT- Jax Navy's varsity volleyball team mowed down all

Center Intramural basketball 1 opposition before bowing to Knoxville YMCA in the final

play, tension was exceptionally match for a second-place finish in the annual YMCA Invita-

high. tional Volleyball Tourney at Birmingham, Ala. last week
Additional 4t
excitement was end. '
caused by the meeting of the two t It was early Sunday morning

top teams, Aviation Ground Officers (0130)) in the vast industrial hub tourney with two members of

School and Aviation Fund s. of the Cotton State when the last year's National championshipteam

amentals. Both have lost only Knoxville club was proclaimed on hand.
once this season. champion. Jax Navy faced Maxwell in

When the final whistle had the first match and won both
THIS ENDED 16% hours of
blown, the Ensigns had come out rugged spike competition which games. This began a string of
on top by a score of 36-30. Cou- len victories for the notoriously slow
saw teams entered from four
pled with a 43-31 win over Ma states. starting but strong finishing Flier

rine Aviation Detachment, they > a't squad. ,
Jax Navy, led by coach T. F.
now own a first-place mark of MONTGOMERY "Y" and
11-1, with two games remaining. McGuckin, piled up a 15.1 record Thickol of Huntsville, Ala., tied

The "Support Splinters" have while Knoville ended the mara- for sixth spot while Tuscaloosa,
thon with clean mark in 16
a Ala., and the "Missilemen" of
won a brace of games, includinga
58-47 win over the Ordnancemen ,matches.No Huntsville, Ala. finished i i in

. of AO, and a 47-45 victoryover real surprises dominatedthe seventh and eighth places, res-
the "Sparkles" of AE. tourney, with all the top fin- pectively.The .
ishers well-known in valleyball tourney was held on four
k ;*. circles in the Southeast.HOMESTANDING courts, two located at the Bir-

Crackerjax Give Birmingham mingham-Southern College gym,

"Y" ended in "show" position one at the main YWCA and another
South I at the Five Points Branch
Atlantic while honors wentto
Up ACE-IN-THE-HOLE By golly, here it 111! So proclaim fourth-place "Y."
Lt (jg) Merl Sellers of yP-S after making his first hole-in-one Atlanta "Y."
i Basketball last Sunday at the NAS Jax golf course. Lt (jg) Sellers aced the Sharing fifth place were Stock- The grueling 16J%-hour con-
CrownNorfolk 155-yard third hole, using a five-iron to turn the trick. All that ham, Ala., pnd Maxwell AFB test, which kept contestants in
can be heard in squadron these is the links
Waves spaces days feat uniform for 16 straight hours, is
defeated Jax Ala. The latter team played theY
I Navy Waves, 59-33, at the Main- turned in by the VP-5 golfer. __ __ ___ __ not unusual in volleyball circles.

side Gym Sunday, as they emerged Flier Mittmen ShineIn I BECAUSE of the comparatively -
Waves South Atlantic Re- few good teams in the South-

gional champion. And took from Warming Up For { ii y' h f1 7 east, tourneys regularly draw
clubs from miles around.
|the Crackerjax, the crown they many
ad held last year. i New York Tourney Jax Navy, with eyes on the
I NSVA National Championships in
By winning the tourney, Nor- Jax Navy's representation in '
May, next appear in a lac a 1
folk will enter the All-Navy the Eastern Golden Gloves event, 4 4 tourney at the Jax YMCA on

ourney in San Diego beginning March 1-4, warmed up for the Riverside Ave., March 14. The
"big time" in a series of boutsat Fliers will serve as host squad.'

uickly Corpus eliminated Christi Waves when were the the Main St. Arena last week. GOSHAWK QUINTET Entries are not complete yet
but the event shows promise of
rackerjax pulverized them, 64- Billy Martin, Lawrence Howard being- top-notch spike show It

E8, on the first day of play and and Tom McTigue, all three 1 IN PLAYPensacola will be open to the public.
orfolk, added to this 75-36 an-
headed for New York's MadisonSq. Forming the Jax Navy squad
iliation the next day. kept its winning ways to become South At
This left'Norfolk and the Crack- Garden, earned triumphs in lantic Regional basketball champs Saturday as it edged Kings are: Ray Winstead and McGuc-
the ville NAAS 75-67 at NAS Jax Mainside By winning kin, both of NAS Jax; B. J.
rjax to play the best two out of warm-up fights. gym.
hree for the championship. 'Martin I I the Regional crown, Pensacola moves into the All-Navy Manley of NAS Cecil Field; Ben
147-pound All-Navy, Hall, W. W. Smith, Ralph Callahan -
| Norfolk wasted no time in re- basketball tournament at San Diego, starting today.In .
Florida AAU and Jax Golden capturing the 6ND and Red Schiller, T. J. Byron
pealing its powers as it wiped titlist Norfolk, 80-60. Norfolk, how- and Jim Donnelly, all of NATT-
Gloves defeated Talliferro
the Crackerjax in the semifinal Regional championship, Pensa-
-I I ever, was culled next as an 80-75 Center's AE Schools, and R. ,C.
McTeer of Wilder AC while 160-
contest, 50-46. Norfolk's Pat cola extended its string of straight loss to Kingsville was added to Wilson and Deacon Fenwick of

ogan was top scorer with 20 pound Howard, also All-Navy and victories to eight. In Regional its Goshawk defeat. NAWS School and AvFund

oints. Jax Golden Gloves champion, play, the Goshawks downed Nor- This: left Kingsville, already' School, respectively.The .
In the final contest, the Norfolk I I kayoed the Wilder ACs Earl with one drudging at the handsof Instructional
Waves folk, 89-58, and Kingsville twice, team plans to resume -
leaped ahead tb a 31-19 Pensacola, to play the Gos-
James at 1:56 of the third round. by 88-C3and 75-67 scores. clinics at more local
half-time total over the Crack- hawks again for the championship -
schools in the future.
erjax and pulled away to a final McTigue, weighing-in at 118 CAN JUAN was the first teamto 1 high near
THlse have proved to be extremely -
126 point margin victory. pounds, decisioned Rabb Boat- be eliminated as it dropped ,IN THAT final contest, Pensa- popular with teen-agers.

I While top scorers for Norfolk wright, Scuffleton, Ga. decisions to Kingsville, 98-81, and cola jumped off to a 40-22 half
I were Peggy Proffit with 23 points, time margin led by the sharp-

[and Pat Langan with 22 points, the shooting antics .of Al Swanson., In Varsity Softball Squad

1 Crackerjax's top scoring aces included the- second- period-, -however, the- Issues[ Call For Men

Dale Hudson and.Jo Col- '7 Goshawks had to battle a fiery, All persons interested in tryingout

| vin shooting 12 and seven points, l rejuvenated Kingsville group, as for a berth on the Jax Navy

respectively. the latter sliced Pensacola's lead varsity softball team should contact -

ten points. Earl Bishop, extension 527,
Storekeepers Lead However, the Goshawks were or Porter Wooten, at the Athletic
ArLr able to outlast Kingsville and Office, extension 585.

IM Bowling Loop emerge with their eight point i An attractive schedule is being-

Storekeepers of AK School : margin of victory. arranged for the Jax Navy var-
own top spot in the NATTCenter Top tally artists for Pensacolawere sity and will be released in a

intramural scratch bowling league ; Swanson and Jax-Flier- few weeks.
p: -i4I imported Bob Jester, shootingthe
With a record of six wins and "" "
two losses. ." ". "''jf"" ;:: ':.- mark for 19 and 15 points
Following the leaders, and tied respectively.

with 3-1 marks, are Marine Avia- ImrR
tion Detachment and Sparkies of : f'JJt Skeetmen Pry Lid
AE School. .
The Support Splinters and En- : Off 1959 SeasonJax George Young and Larry Dren-

signs of AGO are tied,for fourth Navy Skeet Team openedthe man helped Parris Island Marines

place, each having 4-4 records.A season last Saturday at the walk off with most of the trophiesin

.. '. .' Jacksonville Gun Club. the 10th annual Greater Cotton
.,. '
cute little trick from St. Paul ...- --' -,; : While Ken Pendergras of VW-4 States Open Skeet Match held at

Wore a newspaper dress to a ball posted 99x100, Jesse Batson and Spartanburg, S.C. Young and

The dress caught on fire Bill Arthur, both of NAS Jax, Drennan combined to fire a
And scorched her entire- hit 98x100 each. Bill Cochow, of 97x2CO in the two-man event.

Front page, sport section and all. ANYONE'S BALL: All eyes focus upward during scramblefor NAS Jax posted 95x100 and Jack Harold Ridgley of RAF Station,
a loose ball in the Jax Navy Crackerjax-Norfolk Waves Hall, also of NAS Jax, garnered Chicksands Priory, England, is
First Coed: "That senior had game Saturday in the South Atlantic Regional Basketball Tour 92x100. the only enlisted man to have
the audacity to kiss me." ney at Mainside gym. Betty Cosock, (left) of Norfolk and JaxNavy's This was a preliminary shootin won the Air Force World Wide
Carolyn Johnson reach for the ball while Jessie Riddleof
Second Coed preparation for meet in He obtained
: "Of course you a golfing tournament.
the Crackerjax and an unidentified Norfolk player wait "in
were Indignant." the wings." Norfolk won the game, 5046. and also defeated Jax Savannah, Ga., this Sunday this distinction in '49 and dupli-
First Coed: "Yes, every time." in the finals, 5933. (February 22). cated the same feat in '52.


Page 6 TAX AIR NEWS 26 February 1959I

''r I I Scouting Fasron Six

I $ "
Fourteen men were awarded r
Mainside and NATTCenter Good ''Conduct Medals at Fasron Wi

movies dally, 1800 and 2000 unless Six ceremonies recently, Comdr.W. ,.

otherwise specified Satur- B. Hosey, squadron commanding i

day, Sunday and holiday, '1400, officer, made the presentations -

to 1800 and 2000. Hospital movie, .

1900 daily. Men receiving the awards were: { {

Thursday February 26 Theodore Allen, AN; Raymond

Mainside Ride Lonesome Avare, RM1; Edward Belford,

(color western), Randolph: Scott, MN3; Jacob Brockman, SK2; Le-

Karen Steele.NATTCenter. roy Bucholz, AE3; Robert Con-

Gang f War neely Jr., AMH2; John Flanagan,

(action drama), Charles Bronson, AN; Johnny. Haynes AN; Law-

Kent Taylor. rence Hennessey Jr., AT2; James f

Hospital The Boss (drama), Hudson, AT2; Richard Knudsen, :

John,Payne, Doe Avedon. AM2; Robert Marancik, AK3;

Friday, February 27 Martin Pelloin, AM2, and Anthony .i\ x>

Mainside Gunman from Weber, ,
Laredo (color western), Robert -16

Knapp, Jean Mooret ead. Patrol Squadron 16 has increased ACCIDENT PREVENTORS Naval Hospital civilian employees and military personnel were
NATTCenter Ride Lone- the tempo of activity in presented certificates and emblems for accident prevention efforts by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy.
Hospital commanding officer, at ceremonies week. Recipients of certificates are. front row..
completing preparations for (left to right) Pete Rush, Dick Wright. Leatha Davis, Melvin Rhoden Charles Tarver Joseph I
Hospital Gang War. the forthcoming Operational. Strain and Clarence Jones. Rear, Angus Hague. Vincent Iaquinto. Robert Scott James Harrison.
Saturday, February 28 Readiness Inspection. W. H. Evans, T. Baisis, J. T. Cashwell Ellington Johnston, Capt. Abernethy. Jeppie Turner. Lcdr.E .
Mainside Thunder Road The ORI is slated to be con J. Brooks. Ensign W F. Richards. Morris Mann and William Fair.

(action drama), Robert Mitchum, ducted by inspecting teams from

Keely Smith, Gene Barry. Fleet Air Wing 11 in early March. O&R Training

Laredo.NATTCenter Gunman from Lt (jgs J. W. Grunenwald and Recreation i Calendar Started HereContinued

G. W. MacKay returned to VP-

Hospital Ride Lonesome. .18 looking healthy and well-tan- Recreational facilities aboard the'Station, for the coming ( from Page 1))

Sunday. March 1 ned after spending two weeks in weeK are:
Mainside Forest Rangers Puerto LOUNGES thru Friday, open bowling; 1300- tical engineering and one in

(action drama), Burt Lancaster, sunny Lt Rico. Mainside Lounge, Building 955- 1600 and 1730-2200 Saturday and Supply.
(jgs F. A. Meeks and H. J. Division
1730-2200 While at the Process ,
Sundays bowling
Elizabeth open ;
Scott, Wendell Corey.NATl'Center Hammond have been designated Closed for remodeling; NATT
weekdays, league bowling. trainees will spend two weeksat
Thunder'Road. Center 593
Patrol Plane Commanders 'and Lounge, Building the Finish Branch where they
Hospital Gunman from La- Ensign F.; C. Holt has been ad- 1600-22CO Monday thru Friday Golf Course, 0830 'til dark will familiarize themselves with

redo. vanced to PP3P. and 1300-2300 Saturday and Sun- weekdays; 0730 /'til dark, Satur- aircraft plating and corrosion,

Mainside Monday. March 2 Lt (jg) J. J, McClellan has re- day. days, and 0800-1800 Sundays. treatment, paint, cleaning, rub-

Remarkable Mr. turned to VP-16 after an extended LIBRARIES Station Fish Camp 0800 'til half ber products and flight ,clothing.
Pennypacker (color comedy visit to Mardi Gras in New Mainside Library Building 3, hour before sundown, Thursdaythru
then be assignedto
drama), Clifton Webb Officers
0815-2100 Monday thru Friday,
Orleans. Monday Closed T d
McGuire. u e s ay sand I general familiarization in
Lt (Jg) R. C. Naab has orders 1300-2100 Saturday, Sunday and Wednesdays. I
NATTCenter welding, magnaflux, and particle
Forest Rangers. to VP-49, P5M outfit Holidays; NATTCenter Library, I
a at Naval Annex Building
Hobby Shop examination in Metals Division.IN .
Station Building, 563, 0930-2100 Monday
Bermuda.Lt .
Hospital 896, 1400-2100 Wednesday thru THE Accessories Branch of
Road. (jg) Naab, who was the thru Friday;' Saturday, Sundayand
Tuesday, March 3 Friday; Saturday; 1300- Avionics, the aviators will receive -
squadron athletic officer, navigator Holidays, 1300-2100; Hospital 2100 '
Mainside (to be announced). and survival'officer Library, 0800-1600 Monday thru Sunday. specialized training in compass -
NATTCenter RemarkableMr. was Sailing Club Regatta 1400 Sun- systems, amplifiers and
Friday 1300-1700 No
named ; Sunday.
All-Navy pitcher in
Pennypacker. day, March 8, at, Navy Jax Sail- controllers, fuel and oil quantity
All-Navy S o f t b all Tournamentlast Saturday hours.
Hospital Forest Rangers. CLUBS ing Club. systems, auto pilots ahd stabili-
September in San
Wednesday, March 4 Congratulations Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2330 Indoor Swimming Pool, Build- zation systems, course computer
are in order for
Mainside These Thousand ing 614, 1130-2000 weekdays systems, engine i instruments,
Monday thru Thursday 1300-
A. J. Ringling, AMH2; C. B. ;
Hills (color western), Don Murray except Thursday. 1600-2000 flight instruments, navigation,instruments -
Stevens 2400 Friday and Saturday 1300-
h AN; R. G. Klemme, AD- ; I and
Richard E g an, Patricia Thursday 1300-2000 Saturday and oxygen systems
i 3; R. D. Simmons, AOAN; N. O. 2330 Sunday. EM Club, NATT-
Owens, Lee Remick. 1900 only. Sunday. orientation on fire control equip-
NATTCenter Harris, AD2; G. N, Kous, AT2; Center, 1630-2300 Monday thru ment.In .

). to be announced R. L. Myers, AT2, and W, H. Thursday; 1400-2330 Friday and t'1 Electronics Branch, trainees
Heubaum Saturday 1400-2300 Sunday EM i
AT2. ; ;
Hospital will work with rotating elec-
Remarkable Mr.
These men were recently given Club NARTU Wednesday thru sv"
y Pennypacker. trical systems, electric and elec-
the Good Conduct Medal. The Sunday, 1100-1300 and 1630-2300; tronic cable systems, batteries,
National Defense Service Medal CPO Club Dining Room, 1100-
radio, radar and test equipment.In
Employee Grade was awarded to the squadron'sR. 1300 Monday thru Friday; Harris the Power Plant Division,

(Continued from Page) G. Moore, ADR3. Room, 1530-2400 Monday thru trainees will visit its Engine and

less than the old rate. Welcpme aboard is extended to Thursday, Friday 1530-0100; Sat- Accessories Branches to familiarize -

AS AN example of the present E. D. Knapp, AN. He reports from urday, 0900-2400; Sunday, 0900- themselves with jet enginesand
0100. and din-
Saturday Sunday
VAH-15. fuel controls hydraulics.
setup and Rep. Le$inski's bill, an ing room hours 1200-2100 Dick
MOST OF the aviators' training
employee in fifth step of Grade
Six now gets $5,090 rear.' The McMeekin, Tuesday, Friday and time will be spent in the Assem-
Sunday; Hugh Corley, Saturdayand na
next within-grade is bly Branches of the Assembly
step $5,240.i
Patio Bar closed.
Division where'officers assigned to
Under present conditions, the Y BILL ATHLETICS either the A3D or F4D will get

employee, if promoted to Grade The Civil Engineer Corpse Mainside Gym Open for gen- final check outs, ground checks

Seven, would receive $5,280, th and the C.B.s are combining eral use, 0900-2100 Monday thru I ; I at4Z y.s and may possibly flight test the
most comparable step in that efforts to hold a ball celebrat- Friday; 1300-2100 Saturday Sun- 1 5 overhauled aircraft.February .

grade to his old grade. ing the 17th anniversary of day and Holidays. NATTCenter

Under the Lesinski measurethe the "Seabees" and 92nd anniversary Gym, 1300-2100 Monday thru Stickers

difference between the en of the C.E.C. Friday; 1000-2100 Saturday, 1300-

trance rats of the two grades isI I The ball, to be held at the 2100 Sunday and Holidays. Main Expire SaturdayFebruary

$490. Add this 'to the present Cecil Field Enlisted Men's side Bowling All'v.. Closed for

salary of $5,090, and it comes to Club at 1800, Tuesday March remodeling; NATTCenter Bowl- \ date s t ic k e r s of

(5580.. 3, will consist of a buffet dinner ing Alleys 1130-1300 Monday izf.. privately-owned vehicles driven
THE NEAREST correspondingstep a cake cutting and a ; ki aboard the Station will expire
Saturday, February 28.
in Grade Seven happenedto dance. 1959 Wave .
To avoid a big line at the
All active and Reserve gate
be exactly $5,580, which I is mem- (Continued from Paere 1))
bers of these outfits that Monday morning personnel pos-
what the employee would get as are banquet July 25 at Robert Meyer .
result of his promotion.This on the Station are invited to : sessing February stickers are
Hotel. Following will be dancein
attend. For tickets or further a urged to renew them today or
would give the employeean the ball room.' tomorrow. The office will
information on the ball, con- pass
immediate $490 raise, compared
to $190 for the present tact Lt. Claude Zwecker at Devotions for all denominations i be closed Saturday.
Documents required for renew-
e extension 205.
system. are planned for Sunday morning,
als are: valid insurance (10/20/5)'
the 26th, followed by brunch at
And Rep. Lesinski's bill has a current state registration, iden-

precedent for passing. This system 'Seabee Day' Planned 1100. r. _tification card or badge, and cur-

is now applied to, postal NAS Jax Public Works Officer, An executive business sessionis .r. rent driver's license.

workers. Capt. James H. Etter leaves today Saturday, July 25,

with commanding officers of at which time a meeting place 4 F FWLLL Sunday School teacher: "Joe,

First little boy: "What rob a the two local "Seabee" units to for the 1960 reunion will be -TURNED -Ruta Lee, who defeated the Philistines?"

girl of her good looks?" visit Gov. LeRoy Collins, who determined. Thus far, bids have I frequently on view in the "77 Joe: "/ dunno. If they don't
Sunset TV
Strip" series,
Second little boy: "Soap and will proclaim March 5 as "Sea- been heard from Dallas and New to keep her eye on manages the- play Notre Dame I don't keep

water!", bee Day" in Florida. York. proceedings. Can you? track of them."