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: March 12, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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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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DOD May Allow Planned Surgery Under MedicareIf

Congress makes funds avail- effective job cutting back costs by civilian physicians.It elude tonsilectomy, dilation and-medicare. p3itL

able and the Secretary of De- since last Oct. 1 when Dependents and service spon-
fense planned was noted that by use of curettage, routine hystorectomy,
approves under lifting the some Medicare restrictions surgery by civilians was banned the permit system officials could rhinoplasty and reconstructive sors are also urged to study the
Defense Department pamphlet
program, planned surgery may because of soaring costs. rigidly control any additional brthopedic and plastic proce- "Revised Dependent's Medicare
costs and thus keep them from
be allowed for dependents by Defense officials pointed out getting out of hand.It dures. Program" to determine entitle-
civilian doctors and hospitals at that if restrictions are lifted and Officials laid stress on impor- ments.

government expense, Navy Times the permit system is extendedto is not known what types of tant items for dependents to follow Also, dependents living 'apart

revealed last week. many needing care, that dependents planned surgery might be per- when applying for civilian from their sponsors are warnedto
Prospects for easing restric- might be channeled into mitted by civilian doctors and treatment. Dependents should be exercise care in obtaining

tions seem bright since Medicare available military hospitals or hospitals at government expense sure the doctor and hospital involved civilian treatment and fn com-

officials have performed an else be given permits for care although possible examples in- are "participating" in pleting forms connected with it.

Navy's Chief tc8 8J.-

Chaplain In J1lX JjUf Jc.V.J J.V...

Local VisitRear c.d t-,

Admiral George A. Rosso -

Chief of Navy Chaplains, has Vol. 16 No. 48 U. S. N. A. S, Jacksonville, Florida 12 March 1959

been visiting Navy installationsin ..',.:..,. ............ -
the Jacksonville area duringthe Ii
past week. BuPers Takes Charge d-

This visit, first since he became <\
head of the Navy Chaplain \.MU

Corps last June, is part of a two- s. Of Enlisted SchoolingBuPers e

week tour of Navy and Marine ai 8I
Corps installations 'in the Sixth
takes full control of the Navy's enlisted service
Naval District. ;.
schools "on April 1. This means BuPers will not only assign 8t 8I
Today he is slated to visit quotas but will decide who will go to these schools. I
NAAS Mayport and NAS Cecil -This move has resulted from -
Field. This evening he will be the failure of fleet and station send personnel to service schools

the guest of area chaplains and officers charged with personnel must obtain their quotas from

their wives at a special dinnerat \ distribution to make full use of BuPers.!

the Officers Club. quotas set up by BuPers, and CLASS B' assignments will. be

During the week, the Admiralhas hence not filling assigned quotas. limited to men being i rotated

been meeting with commanding ALSO, those candidates who ashore under SeaveyShoreveysystem

officers and conferring with have been sent to service schools or as an incentive for re-

chaplains concerning religiousand from various commands have, in enlistment.

moral leadership programs.On many cases, been found ineligible.The Personnel going to school will

Tuesday, he met with NAS result has been failure to be Issued temporary additional

officials and chaplains and officers meet fleet requirements for spec- duty orders.

of NATTCenter, NARTU, ialized training, the Bureau said. Ineligible candidates reportingto
and Naval Hospital. Following a Now commands desiring to f
will be returned
service schools : 7r
luncheon with commanding officers -
.' "', commands
,' Adm. Rosso visited Naval
Station,' Green Cove Springs. '. Chair-Bound Fliers from which Jhey came a move
J to eliminate waste of time 'and
Admiral Rosso was raised to ; Will Remain SeatedLack
the dignity of a domestic prelate WOMAN SHOWS WAY Pfc. Joan Patterson accepts of money' in theNavy's money.
with the title of Right Rev.Mon- honor student certificate from Ma). David Bidwell. Miss Patter aircraft maintenanceand
con is honorwoman for class 5904 at Aviation Fundamentals
signor by the late Pope Pius XII. School at NATTCenter. She hopes to do well in further studiesat operations fund was Civilian Workers
During his visit here he has Aviation Electronics Technician School in Memphis Tenn. tabbed the reason whychair-
participated in Catholic servicesat bound aviators are not getting Due O'Time Pay?

St. Edward's Chapel. increases in proficiency flight Civil Service workers, under abill
BuYards EPS Program To
time.Whether introduced recently in Con-
the awaited and
Early Release undetermined passage of the gress, could expect to get full
Be Started At Public: WorksA supplemental appropriationsbill overtime pay for sjll work in

Plan Set For in Congress will increasethe excess of 40 hours a week and
program is underway within NAS Jax Public Works
amount of allowable flight
Dept. to install Bureau of Yards and Docks Engineered; Per- eight hours a day.
time is anyone's .
Marine EMsAnother formance Standards for Public Works-type functions. the supplemental bill, the The bill also would provide all

early release This installation program is of planners and estimators, installation Navy is asking almost 14 million Saturday and Sunday work to
enlisted Marines has been under direction of the District and use of standards, dollars in aviation moneyto count as overtime and would

announced by Marine Corps Public Works Officer of Sixth indoctrination of supervisors and pay back funds drained knock out the compensatory time
Naval District, with Al Byrd: employees in the use of stand- during the Lebanon and For-
Headquarters Times. idea and force to
says Navy installation team. departments
heading up the ards, and the outlining of bene- mosa flare-ups.
Under the new program, pay overtime in cash.
HE IS being assisted by rep- fits to be derived through the
deemed a temporary one, enlisted -
resentatives of the Bureau of use of these standards.
Marines due for dischargeor 4 p::
release from active duty between Yards and Docks, and a repre- CONCURRENT with this installation }it Y.i'yq i: r,,t, ,g>,:, :
sentative from the District Pub-
April 1 and June 30 will DuBocks has a rep-
be separated as soon after April lic Works Office of the Eighth. resentative aboard the Station .. !;..6ri''rrr; >y;: .,r,#,:
1 as practicable. Naval District. establishing additional standards

Goal of this program is to which will utimately be installedat .. .. .
Earlier this month, Headquarters .: .: .. .:: '
complement the EPS standards this and other Naval activities ':" : ': :
announced a policy of giving
already in existence under the .
immediate discharges to enlisted
Marines returning from overseas BuAer program. Byrd and his Cooperation and assistance of

tours, provided they have 120 assistants are expected to be all Public Works personnel is -

days or less obligated service here through June in the cOm- essential to this program if 1.

'left. This policy will be kept on pletion of. this installation. maximum benefits are to be

(Continued on Page 8, Col. 1)) Activities will' cover training realized. ..

I \ Time Running Out In Joint Fund Drivel I

Just one more week remainsfor wage an all-out effort within the National Society for Crippled

military and civilian person- next week to contact all handsto Children and Adults, National r

nel of Naval activities in the remind them of the approaching Society for the Prevention of ::1 S 4 !
Jacksonville area to lend their deadline. ,
Blindness, Muscular Dystrophy,
support to the Federal Service Goal for the combined cam- : % 1
United Cerebral Palsy
and are
Campaign for National Health paigns is $18,360 for National I ........_________.__ .____ __n______
and the Joint Crusade. I Health and $5,020 for the Joint included in National Health. "STAND BY AFT" Or words to this effect have been a

First reports of contributionslast I Crusade. Organizations in the Joint familiar cry in the NATTCenter area recently since Marine
Friday were' lower than anticipated Corps wives driver training courses have swung into action.
activities Six agencies, 'including Ameri- Crusade are CARE, Inc.; Cru- Shown is Mrs. Shirley Currey, wife of Act Sgt. A. E. Currey of
many 'can Cancer Society, Arthritis sade for Freedom; and Ameri AvFund School. She's shown practicing parallel parking. Eight
have not yet filed reports.It Marine and Navy wives are making rapid progress in learning
is expected that keymen will and Rheumatism Foundation, can-Korean Foundation. how to drive. Instructor is Mrs. Betty Vogel.



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KAI JacksoarUU
Capt Elliott W. Parish.' Jr _.__.._...._._..___... ..... Commanding Officer
Capt Grayston H. Weber......................... ................... n' ......................... .Executive Officer Greetings this week are ex- _
NAB Six: Fleet AU Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Wendell C. Switzer .....-.............................. ...... _. ....,........ ... Commander tended to 21 "newcomers" at
Capt. George R. Luker ........_.....?............."............................?......?Chief of Staff, Fairfax
Capt Macpherson Williams ............".......................................... Chief of Staff NAB Six the Naval Hospital. Of this num-
"Ht AIr Wing El.T.n outnumbered 11
Capt. Dcnald E. Macintosh ?"................................................................. ............ Commander ber, girls boys
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ................................................................?....?Chief'Staff Officer to 10.
NaTal Air Technical Training C.Dlerr
Capt. Charles L Moore Jr. .. .,. Officer Welcome aboard to Boy, Jerry
Wilfred E.. Fleshma.::..:::Naral:::::.::::::Hospital::::::::::::::....:::'::.:::::.'.:::::::..Commanding. Executive Officer Wayne, to Fonzie Bowden, AE3

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy................................ ........ ....................... Commanding Officer and Mrs. Bowden; Boy, Perucho, .
Capt. John G. Feder ...-..................................... .. .._;............................. Executive Officer
NARTU to Dudley ,Neal, CS3 and Mrs.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ................".....'.....*.....,.....,...........,......... Commanding Officer Denise to
Comdr. William E. Hardy ...............................,....... ., ....,....,................... Executive Officer Neal; Girl, Sharon,* .y
Edwin Wright, WC' and Mrs.
Printed commercially with non-approplated funds In Jacksonville. Florida y
and Baby Ashby
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS p.a,5, Wright; yINGENUITY'S
Rev July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel McClanahan, AOJ Ars. Mc-
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical training
Center. Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Clanahan, born try 21. ,
Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer ............... .................... Comdr. Frank J. Hill February 22 ne birth of
Assistant Service Information Officer .................. Andrew H. Planey Boy, Perry Scott, j Candido Ag-
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff
: Reporters-Bill
Weekes. J03; Alba Paterson:
Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. buya, SD2 and Mrs.. Agbuya and
The Jar Air News Is a member of :
the Armed Forces Press Service.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is Girl, Stella Susana, to Calvin ,.
graphs.given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- McDonald and Mrs. McDonald. ,

extensions Editorial 81M offices!656, located 272 or 218.In Room 230 Main. Administration Building., Phone Greetings to Boy, Jeffrey i ,\ e

Clark, to SP4 and Mrs. Harry ._ .:
Blanton; and Boy, Mark Elden, :

(jive Cerebral Palsied to Charles Edgar, HN, and Mrs. ---.- -- .. -.... .-- ,. .-.._-- _'3:>'>,>.):-\.v.t.;
Edgar, February 23. '
HIS NAME William C. Williams, an em-
Also, Girl, Joyce Ann, to ployee of the Scrap and Salvage Yard of NAS Jax Supply Department -
Blind A Fighting ChanceTo Dragatine Mamich, Ret, and Mrs. loves to put his time to good use inventing various
Mamich Girl Lois Irene to time and labor-saving devices. He's'shown guiding one of his
; ,
many inventions, the scoop. The appliance, rigged to a fork lift,
Daniel San Augustine, PN2 and is a metal extension that lifts and dumps
( acquaint personnel involved in the Federal Service Fund scrap materials.
Mrs. San Augustine; Boy, Christ-
Raising Campaign for National Health Agencies and the Joint opher Louis, to Gerord Wirth,

Crusade, the Jax Air News is publishing o weekly series, on facts RMC and Mrs. Wirth; Boy, Paul' Employee Finds Use

and figures of these groups.) James, to Lcdr. and Mrs. Fran-

cil Sullivan; and Girl, Virginia

Country's Cruelest. Multiple Crippler AE3 ruary and 24. Mrs. Thompson., Feb- For Things DiscardedNecessity

Every day of the year, according to U.S. vital statistics, 11,000 Girl, Susan Marie, to William
Lowe BTC and Mrs. Lowe and a desire to ease man's labor have
children are born. The vast majority are brought into the world ; Boy, trig-
Glenn Robert, to Robert Marfell, gered the imagination and ingenuity of William C. Williams
healthy thanks to advances in modern medicine, But despite PH2 and Mrs. Martell; Girl, throughout; his life, and led to his devising ways to save 1\

science, the alarming fact is that every 53 minutes a newborn child Cynthia Ruth, to James South- labor, time and material.Leadingmanscrapflamecut. I

comes into 'the world with Cerebral Palsy. wick, A03, and Mrs. Southwick; the buckets are 10,000 pounds
each.A .
Cerebral Palsy results from injury to the brain, before;duringor Boy, Kimberly Powell, to Law- ter by title, Williams is in
Adams charge of the and salvage DISCARDED dance floor
rence Ret, and Mrs. scrap
soon after birth. It is a disorder caused by damage to the motor J
Adams and Girl Lou section at the NAS Jax Salvage now forms' some walls of metal
; Sounga ,
centers of the brain
resulting in loss or Impairment of muscle
con- bins thanks to Williams
to George Le Croy, A02 and Yard supervising 15 men who storage
trol. As
though not
were enough, there is the additional com-
Mrs. Croy, February 25. handle over 250,000 pounds of ingenuity, and some scrap sheet
plicating fact that brain
usually damage is not confined to one area
metal serves as a bridge acrossa
Welcome to Girl Josephine a week.
of the brain Cynthia scrap
that these
so youngsters may also have handicaps with marshy area of the Salvage
sight or vision, may have seizures or convulsions, and sometimes to John Fail, AM3 and HIS INNOVATIONS] made en- Yard.
mental impairmentIT Mrs. Fail; Baby Boy, to Edward tirely of scrap, have earned him
Lamoureux, PHC and Mrs. La- Williams has an eye for the

IS CALLED THE COUNTRY'S cruelest multiple crippler.It moureux; and Baby Girl, to Lt uses Beneficial and Suggestion the satisfaction cash bon-of artistic, too. A pair of gaily-

affects a baby's hands, arms, legs, feet, back, neck muscles speech, (jg) and Mrs. Cecil Loechelt, increased painted torpedoes falnk the Yard
hearing balance, breathing, and swallowing. But it can strike any- February 26.Numbers. matching efficiency entrance: and will serve as the
work .
one at any time. base for a sign he is planningto

There is no cure for Cerebral Palsy. Damage to the brain is "scoop," pictured above, erect.

final and the handicap will be present for life. Much can be done, Show was designed about four years Born in Pensacola, Williams

however, to help the cerebral palsied with their handicap. In the Slight ago. Before its use, six men entered his life's work, the

Jax area United Cerebral Palsy of Jax offers physical, occupationaland Navy Dip working .with shovels could trade of boiler maker, at the

speech therapy, pediatric and orthopedic supervision and other At the beginning of 1959, handle 20,000 pounds of scrapin age of eight, more Jhan 56 years

related services. Within the last year, 212 individual children received the Navy's estimated strengthwas 18 man-hours. Now, one ago. Since that time he has always -
service.A 639,022 which reflected a metals.
operator and the lift-scoop can worked
4611 drop from the 634,411men
SMALL PORTION OF THE funds received locally are forwarded I the Navy had on Nov. 30. shovel the same amount in 45 AT VARIOUS times in his life

to the National organization, primarily for research. Duringthe Marine strength at the beginning minutes! he worked with the Southern

past year, the local unit has offered 6,110 therapy treatmentsin of the year showed Another of Williams' inven- Railroad, went to sea for two

phyhsical speech and occupational therapy. An average of 85 189,061, a slight increase from years on a tanker, followed his
tions a'bucket
individual children are seen regularly each month. the 187,677 Marines on Nov. made from sal- trade in Mexico and Guatamalaand

Until Cerebral Palsy can be prevented, it will remain America'sNo. 30. vage tanks, is rigged to a crane first worked for the Navyin

1 crippler. Most cerebral palsied can be helped to become use- and carries a 3,000 pound pay 'I 1932. In the early 1940's he

ful citizens. You can help by contributing your share the Federal "Ilpw was the geology lec- load. Designed nine years ego I was welding supervisor on con-

Service Campaign for National Health. If you will just rem ture?" to aid in the sorting of scrap I struction of the first atomic

ember that sometimes it, takes a child with Cerebral Palsy five "Fine I was rocked to sleep." metals, the actual capacity ofBEACH energy plant, at the PhiladelphiaNavy

years to take the finest step, then you give them hope when you '''''' ''' d .."..../.... ... _....".......... Yard.
contribute. Due to retire soon, William

lives with his wife in nearby
A Lifetime Of Darkness For SomeTHE centuryoldhouse
Middleburg in a

NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR the Prevention of Blindnessis where he works in his

the only voluntary national agency at work in all phases of garden and takes pride in rais-

sight conservation. It is a non-profit and non-sectarian organiza- E\r\w\\1r\\ : ing azalias and camilias.

tion. Its program of research, education and preventive serviceis The Scrap and Salvage Yard

supported entirely by gifts and bequests from members and E opened in 1946, is the temporaryor

friends. Publications dealing with specific subjects such as crossed permanent resting place for

eye and eye accidents to school children are among those available. ':. i.1 <",: ;3 nysyr"' the discarded outmoded and the
C;: broken.
The Florida Committee of the National Society for the Pre- : ; ,.t ,,
AN M-1 tank be dwarfedby
vention of Blindness has Branch Chairmen in 24 cities which may
a pile of old bed springs, and
cover the state geographically.THE ,
# ,
c0 }:}.X77yc rt the charred remains of sdme air-

SOCIETY,WORKS PRIMARILY in the fields of research, .;f.;., rtt;$;f X,a.X< }+s,t, fr:>. n .'.'..,f, C;, craft, crushed from the impactof
education, and prevention service. Included is an educational pro- : k r >f r6yy : y:: a crash, is lined up with
gram of advertising and distribution of information of blindness max?', 2c', t ivf'+?# 5, .L worn-out refrigerator and emptyoil -

prevention; a safety program for protection of eyesight; pre-school cans.

vision tests; and professional advisors who are physicians specializingin \t22cf:; ak Over one million pounds of
ophthalmology. Plans are underway for organizing a program of 4 }ti }#r rf hr scrap in varying states of decay

glaucoma screening tests. and disuse, pass through the
Salvage Yard week. And
'Blindness is a sad tragedy. A gift from you will help to save ,. .- .... -, ,....' V' ...... .
-t '-11I; ; < ;i ,,1. Jn C. Williams seems to
some man, woman or child from a lifetime of darkness. Give for OF PROMISE Four
I aquabelles go for a stroll see value and sometimes beautyin
Health, Give to Your Health campaign. along the beach at Treasure Island, near St. Petersburg. much of it.rUII .


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12 March 1959 JAX AIR Pago 3

Newly Formed At NATTCenter

Marine Drum And Bugle

Corps Boosts Morale. 1\

The high morale and esprit de
section composed of ActGySgt.
f corps in the Marine Corps todayis
H. C. Savoy, Pfcs. C. H. Hunt and
due in part to existence of
K. L. Hicks, and Pvts. K. R Proc-
over 52 Marine Drum and Bugle
tor, R E. Svenson, B. A., Bes-
Corps at Marine and Navy installations -
son E. N. Virden.
in the United States
s > and abroad. THE BUGLE section, Pfcs. E.J.

Jackson, L. A. Parriott, K. W.
PRESENT concept of the Ma-
Kline, W. L. Kotz, W. D. Hutchi
It rine Drum and Bugle Corps is
4 L. C. Flagor and Pvts. A. E.
son, ,
______ credited to Gen. L emu e 1 C.
Maxon, J. E. Croft, L. J, Ford,
Shepherd Jr., 20th Commandantof
im i'3 qae is supervised by Pfc. R. L Clut-
the Marine Corps. Gen.
ter, a veteran of ten years band .
Shepherd, during an official visitto t
England in 1952, was honored
I, with ceremonies by the British The Scotch Bass drum is man-

\ _. "u. Royal Marine Drum and Bugle ned by Pvt. G. J. Kelly and cymbals -

CAttHY ON TRADITION-The Drum and Bjgie Corps, a tradition in the US Marines since Corps. by Pfc. F. S. Puruiance- and

1775, is now a reality at NATTCenter's Marine Air Detchament. The outfit, formed last November, Upon his return to the United Pvt. J. D. O'Brien.

has been kept busy during its young life appear ng at many parades and reviews and helps in States, Gen. Shepherd incorporated The local Drum and Bugle '
formal guard mount ceremonies aboard the Station. Parade viewers and onlookers at reviews in 1
have been awed by the fine precision marching and the music of the Corps. One fan of the group many of their ideas and customs Corps has participated paradesand

is six-year-old Sue Manning, shown above during a recent drill of the band. She's the daughterof into the Marine Drum and reviews and formal guard

Act SSgti. and Mrs. Raymond Manning. Below two unidentified youngsters learn about intrac- Bugle Corps at the Marine Bar- mount ceremonies aboard the

lei of the bass drum. racks in Washington, D. C. Station and was leading element

,. ... ...v.,w.,....,. M a,.w w,,r,. ?? :r;, From their British counter- this year in the Gator Bowl and

Talent Sought part, the Marine Drum and Bugle March of Dimes Parades in Jacksonville -

Corps adopted the Drum Major's .

In Amateur Show ;r "Baldric," (a belt hung from one

shoulder to the opposite side of

the body) drum aprons, d rum More Enlisted
AI''Jackets InnNow
roping, piston bugles, (one valve

Hear This! All military type bugle), Scotch Bass Drum, Men Due For

personnel and dependents, thisis and many of their maneuvers.

your big chance to bring out THE MARINE Drum and Bugle

> that hidden talent. Corps, organized in November of Gold In 1960More

, 1958 at the Marine Air Detach-
The Blue Jackets Inn as NAS than 2200 enlisted men ,
ment at NATTCenter, a
> Jax is in the process of creatingan will become officers during fiscal
Amateur Talent Show and spontaneous idea on the'.part ofa 1060 (beginning July 1), accord-
of Marine NCOs who
you are invited to be the star I group Ing to Navy Times.
r" believed a Drum and Bug e
1 If you can sing, dance, tell Corps would greatly enhance Of this number will be 637

jokes, play a musical instrument warrant officer
.1 expected to get
morale of this command, according -
t; or make funny faces, then you assignments. This is 289 more
i to Lt. Col W. P. Mitchell,
qualify to perform. All you haveto j', senior enlisteds who will become
officer of MAD.
do is fill out an application a warrants than were assigned such
Actual organization of the
blank that may be obtained from in fiscal 1959.
-jE- promotions
NATTCenter Marine Drum and
Norman Bolden, at extension 321. 543 will be offered lim-
Bugle Corps involved many prob-
On the application blank is all -- lems, particularly since no provi- ited duty officer assignments, 224

the information as to when final sions are made in the Marine Air will be picked for Regular Navy

1'e eliminations are and when you Symptoms Treatment Detachment's table of organization commissions under the seaman- !

will perform. for musician personnel.This toad-miral (integration) pro-
Prizes will be announced be- sailors will be sent to
obstacle was overcome, according gram,
fore the final contest by the Of Diabetes Exposed to CWO P. S. Brenton, the Naval Academy, 160 enlisteds

Mistress of Ceremonies, Sentria Band Officer, by commanding will receive four-year scholar-
Jones The audience will be the. (This' is the first of four articles on the subject of diabetes officer requesting prior approval ships under NROTC, and another

judge by means of an applause! which will appear weekly.) from Commandant of the Marine 120 will be selected for trainingas
meter. Did you know that there are over two million cases of diabetesin Naval Aviation Cadets.
I I'is Corps to organize a Drum and
Also, another item of interestis the United States today? Did you know that overweight peopleare Bugle Corps on a "volunteer The number of sailors chosen
more prone ((4 to 1)) to have diabetes than normal weight
in store for you! At the end additional duty" basis. for four years of college under

of the talent show you may anticipate individuals? UPON RECEIPT of the Com- Naval Enlisted Scientific Educa-
YOU MAY have heard diabetes -
entering a dance con- is said to be on the increase, and mandant's approval and with tion program was upped from

test. A cash 'prize will be pre- also called diabetes melli- may be,one of the leading causesof united efforts of all personnel 200 to 270, while 110 will be
the team. tus or sugar diabetes, and have
sented to winning death within a few years, concerned, the NATTCenter Ma- picked for the two-year college
wondered just what it is. Dia-
Great things happening so Enlisted Advanced School
are Navy
la.y unless cases are found early rine Drum and Bugle Corps made
. betes is caused by a poorly func-
in them. You college
.ye why not get on and treated. In every thousand Its first public appearance at a Program. Those attending -
( gland of the
tioning a
are urged to get your applica- pancreas under these programs may
there Decem-
insulin people, will be 10 to 15 flag raising ceremony
body) not making enough -
tion blank as soon as possible to cases of diabetes. ber at the NATTCenter Admini- qualify for commissions underone

qualify for first eliminations. to burn up the food.If (Civil Service personnel should stration Building. of the enlisted-to-officer

eliminations is the is not
Deadline for gasoline properly plans
plan to participate in the Dia- The group's present comple-
burned in the motor get
March a
you betic Detection Clinic to be held ment of eight bugles, five snare

poorly functioning engine, no in April.) drums, one Scotch Bass drum, and

CS Positions Open matter the tank.how If much the insulin gas you doesn't havein cymbals is directed by ActGySgt.. Old Jet Planes

I. C. Fitzgerald and Drum Major
combust the food (primarily TIDE TABLEluIGI
' Engineers, JoinersCivil I LOW Pfc. D. E. Lucas and managed by UsefulOld
carbohydrates), we get internal Proving
Service announcement ActMsgt W. R. McELroy and Act-
starvation and too much sugar AM PM AM PM
sry 5-3-5(59)( ) lists vacancies for stays in the blood, oftentimes Fri 10:23: 10:45: 4:08: 4:18: Sgt S. L. Segere. jet planes never die, they
-of engineer (GS-5 Pfc. J. L. Clark, veteran of nine in city parks
positions 'spilling over into the urine. I Sat 11001124: : 4:47: 456: just go on display
through GS-13)) and joiner (per Sun. 11:4'1: 5:31: 5:40I : years experience on percussion and recreation areas.
WHAT ARE the symptoms of
or diem) at NAS Jax and Green I instruments, heads snare drum Obsolete planes are available
diabetes-this condition of Internal -
heed Cove Springs.To under certain circumstances to

be qualified for the engi- ; starving amidst an abundance -! : areas desiring them for displayin
of food? General weakness, AARTU I
Five/ New Units
neers positions ,it has been rapid weight loss, hunger, thirst, i parks, and the program is
that applicantmust
nd pointed out an and frequent urination are the The Naval Air Reserve commissioned along with the proving popular.
degree from an Craft given here by the
a are
ir- .
common symptoms. Training Unit of NAS Jax has new squadrons.The .
college or university. through the Scrap and
lct engineering Navy
commissioned five additional \ new units will train in
Some have boils and
people Division of NAS Jax
th Requirements for position as itching skin while a''\ small per- Reserve training outfits, bring- the P2V5F, S2F, R5D, and Salvage of
under authorization Depart-
Jty joiner must have completed an have ing the total to 17 now attached HSS-type aircraft, all cur-
cent no symptoms or
f6ur may ment of Defense.
apprenticeship of at least to the local command.The rently used by regular compo-
of the above
maybe only one
wood Stripped of all equipment,
cabinet maker,
of years as nents of the Fleet.
pattern maker, machine wood- symptoms.Late new squadrons are Pa- The Weekend Warriors will one jet has been given the city

-ay the worker or wood model maker. signs may involve the trol Bomber Squadron 743, give additional Navy veteransin of Starke and another, an' old

.nd Further information on these arteries, the eyes and the nerves. Anti-Sub Squadron 743, this area an opportunity to Banshee, went on view at Neptune -

to jobs and necessary forms ot fill Vnconsciousness and death may Transport Squadron 743 and maintain their rates by par- Beach last week.

sty out can be obtained from the follow no treatment or poor Helicopter Squadron 741. ticipating in the Air Reserve Other planes have been promised -
treatment. for recreational areas in
Civil Service Examiners
U.S. A second AIRTU unit was program.
Office aboard the Station. FREQUENCY of diabetic cases Sanford, Deland and Vero Beach.



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 12 March 1959

I Reply In Kind

To 'Con' Men
--- -
Fasron 109 P t
Much has happened at Fasron Leaving this week were: R.R. + MailsMany

109 during the past month. Bish, AD2; D.K. Burke, ;AD2; J.' Using

Highlights were promotion of Buchanan, AN; J.R. Coffman, servicemen are plaguedby

the squadron's skipper from AM2; J.E. Mack, AN; J.L. Brand, unscrupulous confidence men

Lcdr. to Comdr. AD3; J.M., Minyard, ATS3; J. acting under the guise of mail

Denslow, ATR3; A.J. Anderson, order companies.The .
Chief H. L. "Frenchie" De-
ADR3; R.E. Dickinson, ADR3 .
cuers was commended by the newspaper of the Navy
and E.E. Church, AM2.
commanding officer for a job 19IL Supply C9rps School at Albany,

"well done" as leading chief Fasron Six Ga., offers this interesting and
prior to his transfer to VU-10 at 3 of dealing with
effective ,
Fasron Six reports the loss of way
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He is
these people.IF .
one officer recently. He is
relieved as leading chief by
G. J. Batvinis. Bradley Hartford, who joins the SHADY business houses insist

Special Weapons Employment IIiIii on sending unordered merchandise
With the of VAH-1 to
move Group of the Pacific Fleet. to you, the newspaper
Sanford, a large body of Fasron Enlisted I
men checking into the recommends that the following
109 has transferred to Fasron 51
squadron were: William Andrews letter (suggested by a Better
at the central Florida base. The
AN; Edward Lawson, *F Business Bureau and changed to
list includes: Ltjg( ) Al Zim-
AD2; Albert Fayet, Jr., A02; fit your particular circumstances)
merman;, D. C. Cotton, ADC; Charles Waldrep, SA; Donald m '..m___ should handle the situation nice

R. J. McBride, AE1; D. E. ,Kin- Hall, AD2; Lester Pierce, MRC; NEW E.6 QUARTERS Petty officers first class at Main- ly.

ney, A03; T. D. Zachery, ADR3; Hampton Dasher A02 Allan tide were welcomed in to tidy, exclusive Barracks C, Dormitory
F. C. Noble, AEM3; E P. Wall, Schoon AN ; D last week. Converted from X-2 Division, the barracks are now Gimmick of the Week, Inc.
RR3, and R. T. Moon, AD3. ; Piazza, AE- available to 21 E-6s not living ashore who are taking advantage Slickerville, USA
MAN; Ronald Knight, AA; of the single bunks and double lockers at their new home.. The
Others leaving the Beavers for George Johnson, AMS2; Haig move reflects the Navy's desire to provide more benefits for Gentlemen:

different places include: V. H. Barsamian, ADC; Marshall Ma- men in first class petty officer ranks.Employee This is to acknowledge receiptof

Fountain, AEC; W. W. Kurth, PR3 one Genuine Rock-Hard Maple
zyck, ; Lloyd Franzen, CS3,
PRC; S. W. Shive, AMCA; G. and Oliver Foster, AMH2. r Issued Stretcher. I have inspected it

Smith, AT2; S. D., Jarman, AT3; Others reporting in were: Don __ { carefully and I am glad I did

R. L. Parker, ADR3; J. R. Comer, ald Adams, AK3; Fonzie Bowden not order it. It leaves me cold
AMS3, and A. N. Cartwright, AE2; Edward Sanders, AE.1; and I do not want to purchase it.

AMS3. James Miller, AD3; Steuart Hall, MY REGULAR fee for openingand
George Kasnias, ADE1, has Here
I AMS3; Jerry Kamerer, AMH3; }r examining unordered merchandise

ting retired in from 20 years the of Navy faithful after serv-put- 1 William Matthews, ATC; William aboard the Station is- is $3. However, For A

ice. H. W. Hammack, AE2, has Sluder, ADI; Herman Linderman some 163 tickets to traffic Limited Time Only, I am reducingthis
AMI; Charles Brown, Jr., fee to $1.50!
returned to civilian life. AK3; Robert Colfiesh, SN, and during last month.
A hearty welcome aboard to II On receipt of cash or money
Donald Kirkland SN.
many new arrivals to the squadron. Being transferred, or released: Appearing before the Traffic order (no checks, please) in this

They are: E. D. Guiff, AO2 Norman were some 182 cases amount, you may have a duly
Leroy Bryant, ;
PRCA; R. E. Parker, TM2; J. E. Mize, AMI; Charlie Warren, SN; the U. S. Commissioner authorized representative call

Stanton,' PR2; C. D. Gilleo, A02; Edward Brennan, SN; Amos 27 cases. anytime between 10:07: and 10:27:

J R. Linden, AE2; J. C. Wooten, Sadler, AN; Stanley Horanzy Jr.., traffic offenses am (Wednesdays only) and upon
ADR3; B. E. Burt, AM3; J. V. following proper identification, the merchandise
John AEM3 Nel-
ADR3j Crytzer
; ;
committed in
Brown, AMH3; V. R Gray, will be turned over to
son Gentry,AN; Theopolis John
ADR3 A. R. House DT3 M. N. driving, 11; improper
; ; son, AR; J.T. Tuck, SN; Leonard 21; failure to stop at him.OR
Vaughn, MN3; D. L. Rhodes, Graham AMI Ro- IF wish send
; 10; speeding, 75; faulty you you may
) SA; G. E. Watkins, SA, and man, ADJ3; Eugene Walker, eight; involved in the correct postage, plus slight

W W. Bruzda, SA.Congratulations AD2; Carl Nelson, SN; Eugene ; work.'t 20; inattentive driving, fee of $1 (to cover repacking and

go to R. A. Rupp, MRC; Leroy Bucholz, AE- Rating ; obstructing traffic, one; mailing costs) and I will send it
Crippen, AK1, on becoming the
I M3; Ronald Knight, AA; William school bus, one, and to you.
papa of a new son. Seen Due Big
SH3 and Wilson
Barbaree, ,
offenses 34.
Remember this offer is limited
i ,
Things for the ,
are looking up Means, AQ1.Shipping Drastic revisions in
i Beavers Softball team now that over for another six ernment employee The Traffic Officer issued 53 so Act ,Now And Save 50 per

I chief "Dusty" Rhodes has ended year hitch was Jack Wingate, rating system are gave warnings to 10 cent.
his holdout, coming to terms and AMH2. : dismissed 11 cases, sus- J. A. Hancock
asked the
f agreeing to manage the squad by 25 persons, and gave an Sincerely,
ing this session of
this season. VA-44 suspension to one case. P.S.: Owing to limited storage

1) SS Attack Squadron 44 has re- The Administration One person received a restric- facilities, unordered merchandisewill

VW-4 turned to its normal work rout- pected to propose a and was referred to the
r Training flights are now leav- ine after a' successful Admini- agencies do away with officer for further not be held over 30 days.

, ing biweekly for Roosevelt strative/Material( Inspection by ent adjective rating two were sent to traffic (AFPS)

t Roads, Puerto Rico. ,These trips Commander Fleet Air Jackson- whereby workers while another person was

1. ,are designed to train aerology ville. The squadron received an get ratings of I. a restriction plus assign- Uniform Is Blue 'Baker'

r and CIC personnel for the coming overall outstanding. isfactory or outsitanding.A to traffic school.Of .
I hurricane In answer to numerous queries
season. VA-44 has two detachments less formal the tickets issued, six were
Two officers reported aboard during the past two weeks, cur-
f roaming around. One left Sun- replace the current to other commands
i this week from Naval CIC rent uniform of the day for enlisted -
day for "Gitmo" while the other employees would meet action and one person was
: School in Brunswick, Ga. Theyare departed Tuesday for the USS cally with supervisors from the Station and : men other than chiefs is
Ensigns John Bagg and A.N.'
Antietam. an evaluation of their further action was taken. ; undress blue bravo.
, White.

t Officers leaving VW-4 are

Lcdr. Paul Weber, Ltjg) Dick O'Seas Returnees

Rinkel and Lt. Ron Kurth.

Enlisted men checking in this
May Get RightsOn
r week are: P.W. Wells, AN; R.K.

Yeazell, AA; E.A. Adams, ADI;

L.F. Malec, AN; J.F. Hagenow, ReemploymentChances

ATN3; W.K. Warren, AN; P.J.
appear good for Con-
Couillard, AN; A. Choy, PH2;
gressional of
approval the pro-
and R. Bowman, SH3.
posal to provide reemploymentrights

for civilian employees returning -
from overseas jobs.

PLANS MADE Defense has done a survey

among 4000 civilian employeesand
of the NAS Jax
found that lack of job security -
Garden Circle are beginning M
was one of the main rea-
their of de-
spring program
sons why good employees were

velopment and beautification.Mrs. turning down foreign assign- _______
E. H. Daughtrey, 'Civic ments.

and Roadside Development
The employees take
Chairman, selected as first :
tours for a year or two and **
step of the program plantingof *
when they return find no em-
camellia bushes in a semi-

circle near the Station' Chapel ployment waiting for them. ",'.vwi:<:.','.',w"" ",.""' .",,, ...n, 'W> "" :: Y'm ''''''''''',,,,,_ .." .. r
entrance. Under present law they haveno HOSPITAL COUNCIL MEETING-Naval Hospital Jax played host to administrative membersof

This project was completed right to get 'their old U. S. local hospitals at the regular meeting of the Jacksonville Hospital Council last week. Among
and jobs back.\ Seems the agencies those in attendance were, (clockwise from left) Emmett Johnson, of Baptist Hospital Sitter,
during February plans could do more by regulation to Richard Marie (hidden) of St. Vincent's Sister Mary Claire of St. Vincent's Richard Brooks, of

are 'currently underway for insure the future of such em- Blue Cross; Ted Arnold, St. Luke's; Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, Naval Hospital commanding officer:
the Easter season. Robert Elenier, St. Luke's; Virgil Filtle, Riverside Comdr. W. J. Nelson, of the Naval Hospital
ployees. William Musgrove, Duval Medical Center, and Mel Snead, Blue Cross.ir .


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March 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page "5 I


Filing Of Federal Income Tax Return

Doesn't End Problem For Many Here

So you've filed your federal Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, homa, Oregon, and Wisconsin.

income tax return and can Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Servicemen from Idaho are Dear Sir,
relax 'til 1960? Don't be so South Dakota, Texas, Wash- exempt from paying state tax I would like to know if there

-r sure. ington, West Virginia and on active service pay if serv- are any men at your Station who
-r- ;For most of us, there is the Wyoming.The ing outside of that state. are willing to swap American

problem of state tax. How- following exempt pay- In New Hampshire and badges for South African postcards

ever, for servicemen who ment of income taxes on all Tennessee, you only pay tax stamps, etc. '

claim the following states as or some active duty pay: on income from interest or I am particularly )keen on collecting

.9 : their legal residence there is Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, dividends. Further details on Naval badges and would

no state tax.Connecticut. California, Colorado, Hawaii, payment of state income tax like to know if anyone has a

(The Jax Air News is prohibited Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, are available in JAG INST. U, S. Navy cap ribbon to swap

by Defense Department regulations Maine, Michigan, Nebraska, Missouri, North Dakota, Okla- 5840.3. for any of the above mentioned
from listing commercial
----- I would also like to know what
advertising. \ \ the bands on the cuffs of tho
Not So
Ads in this column are limited Merry, \ American Naval uniform stand

to housing for rent and tale, >, ) for. (Ed. Note: This is the white

rooms, lost and found items and These Widows +.' piping on the enlisted man's blno

miscellaneous (such as rides \ 4 \ dress jumper.)
wanted and swaps in duty assignments \ \ )
Still ProduceWidows \ \ If you could find anyone; willing
). \ '
to swap with me I would bo
No ads are taken by phone, grieve. Widows wear -c very inuch obliged. Thank you.I .
all must be submitted personally black while in mourning. Some ) remain, ,
or by mail. The Jax Air widows have been known to take \ Yours faithfully,

News reserves right to edit all to the bottle. -, N. Rasmussen

ads.Deadline But about four dozen widows \ ? 32, Meerlust
for ads each week Is at the Army Engineers Depot \ ., ,i PinelandS, ,;

Tuesday at 1200)). here stay in black all the time -' k .', Cape, South Africa
For Sale and seldom get far away from '

,,3 Bdrm, 1% bath hse. Calif the bottle.

redwood constn, near NAS. Total Still, they're saving the tax- Indian Official

$12,500 mortgage, bal. $11- payers thousands of dollars a

000. $1,000'equity, $67 mo. pmts. year, these black widow spiders. S Visiting Here ,
6250 Arthur Durham Dr. EV How? h: Brigadier R. N. Batra, military -
7-3038. and naval attache at the
By producing a fine but strong
2 Bdrm, CBS hse, Lake Shore web which is used for cross hairsin Embassy of India in Wash-

GI equity, 5340 Janice Cir. Stan transits, level and .other sur- > -(4 4. 4 ington, D.C. is visiting Naval

ley, ext. 8511 or EV 8-3057. veying instruments.Each 5- activities at Jacksonville and
+4 ( 4SSS Cove Springs today.As .
3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse with porch, spider in a few secondscan V- > w Green
of his
carport, hardwood floors. Ortega give out about 160 feet of .4 $451 > ;;%4$ 4$ 6 tour of part military installations
Hills, near NAS. GI loan, $84.50mo. web which has a market valueof Carolinaand ,

pmts. 7213 Wonder Lane, $25 per hundred feet. SNOW IN JACKSONVILLE looks like the frozen rain in Virginia Florida,, Brigadier South Batra
EV 7-3425. 10 alien to Florida, but actually it's a snowy-white substance
Coaxing the venomous beastes|
will stop of! at
Large 4 B'drm, 2 bath mason- to produce is another matter. placed on a portion of the Station's landing field during a crash
fire and pilot rescue demonstration conducted for rookie city Air Station this after-
ary hse near NAS. Will trade They are kept in individual glass
policemen by VA44. With the "flames" already extinguished noon.
smaller hse or rent with option jars on a nourishing diet of: Edward Drennan, AN, and Sweat Peterson, AN rush throughthe Friday he will visit the

to buy. $495 down. EV 8-3013 or house flies. foam toward the "crashed" plane" where they successfully Naval Reserve Fleet at Naval

EV 8-3038. When a fresh supply of webis removed the "injured pilot. Station Gteen Cove Springsand

3 Bdrm, 1% bath hse near needed, a handler opens a jar will depart Saturday for'

NAS. Reasonable. 7375 PinevilleDr and, ,with a wand, brings the Latest In Crash Rescue Miami. S
spider out. Made to drop off the During his tour, Brigadier
Ortega Hills. EV 8-9068. wand she leaves a length of web Batra is studying organiza

2 Bdrm, '57 mobile home, 36 that will be wound on a rack. On Display By HornetsThe tions and missions of Naval

ft. Low equity, $68.25 mo pmts. (AFPS) base activities, with emphasison !

Krushel, ext. 8329.Miscellaneous. 8555 for Lt. Hamilton. Navy's latest equipment and personnel protective methods and of instruction training usedat
fleet reserve
Riders and drivers wantedcar devices was featured in fire-fighting and crash rescue dem, establishments.

Driver wanted-share driving pool, St. Augustine to NAS onstrations at NAS Jax Wednesday, March 4.

to LA area. Depart Jax Apr. 3 daily. Mrs. McGowan, ext. 8324or Part of a crash rescue indoct- field. I
rination course, the demonstration '
in Mercury sedan. Leave msg. at 2 Mulvey St., St. Augustine. Station The extremely rapid procedureof Promotion Plans
was presented by the
extinguishing a fire and pro-
crash fire department for a classof '
cess of removing an injured pilot Hill'Hump'
-a -'ii' : Jacksonville police officers. Developed in
from a crashed plane without
SOME SO civilians observedthe tripping the ejection mechanismwas '

demonstration, held near the particularly stressed. HearingsNaval'
1r' : northeast corner of the landing
Personnel Chief Vice
Prior to the fire-fighting demonstration ,
___ at 1400, the police- Admiral H. P. Smith during
Relieves Bill" hearings in washington -
Hornsby men witnessed a simulated helicopter "Hump

rescue of a man in a life recently confirmed tho

Wilson As Troop raft, a parachute drop and air- Navy's plan to split commanders
craft ejection seat operations. into groups for promotional pur

,k poses.
4 g 131 ScoutmasterTaking SIMILAR demonstrations at
__ NAS Cecil Field were in connec- The commanders from the year
___ .-..:' over reins of Scout- tion with an open house bysLight groups 1940 through half of 1943

,* master of NAS Jaxsponsored'Troop Photogprahic Squadron 62. have been split by the Navy' into
of 650 each.
131 is William Hornsby, The NAS Jax day-long indoc- five groups
These will be the promotionalzones
HM1. trination course is offered an-
for the through fiscal -
'The troop committee, at its nually to familiarize rookie years
meeting last month, elected policemen with proper methods.

Hornsby and also gave thanks to of handling a plane crash rescue. With the passage of tho'Hump"
the attrition of these
retiring Scoutmaster Wilson
the fine job he did with the groups was cut from 74 to 54
Two Named HonormenAt per cent. -
Scouts the past year.
Electrician's School Meanwhile, the House Armed
Troop 131 has planned an an-
Services .Committee did not indicate
nual softball game in June to Romy Bradberry, AEIAN, and how it would decide the
help defray expenses for sum- James Gerk, AEMAN, are the
question of payment to 0-5 and
mer camping trips. honormen from Aviation Elec-
0-6s whose careers would be cut
.,. trician's Mate School Class. "A"
\-iIII5 "' / """ -- It's planned to camp out at short by the bill.
READYING FOR"CAMPy:" The annual Trainoree of the Boy Scout Camp Echockotee in at NATTCenter this week.
North Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America to be held Sat
urday and Sunday at Camp Echockotee: in Orange Park, will Orange Park June 12-18 and Bradberry scored an 86.37 and Preacher (at baptism of baby):

play host to some 200 adult Scouters. Among these will be many again from June 21-27. will report to NAS Moffet Field, 'His name, please." SMother
military personnel. Two NAS Jax.based Scouters are shown : "William Ronald Gent
A or eight-day excursion Calif. Gerk with a score of 84.55
preparing for the excursion. Loading necessary camping gear seven Joseph Robbie Andy McJerkf-
into the car is Lonnie Richburg, AKC, (left) Assistant Scout to Georgia or Alabama is will be stationed at NAS Mira- Preacher "A little water
master of Troop 131, and Barney Price, YNC, of Cubmaster Pack : more .
31. Both men are with Fasron Six. also in the mill for the troop. I mar, Calif., please."





12 March 1959

Home Preparedness Is Key ,% ,1 i I II Ij EE

To Survival, In EmergencyThis I 3 '1 1i I

( Is the third in a series on the National Plan for Survivaland 3 f ," 4, '. i:

Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just how the : j 11sc

individual fits into: the overall picture will be covered.) i 'j

Civil Defense means all those measures designed or taken: to .!:" \., ... 51J
minimize effects the civil I" ,v'. "
upon population caused or which wouldbe / ( J
caused by an attack upon the United States; to deal with Immediate 4 $ I'' lt' !; \ ;, ,:;.. ,

emergency conditions created, and to effect emergency n:' ;' h r. t.:::"r.' ", JF
t{ 'h<, $'1 t
f "'d ': > ,, :<
repairs or restoration of vital utilities and utilities and facilities M >>> :tJ::! :st>: v< :)>", ::t..:: :.::i>..*,<:j,1.: :::..'
_____ C
damaged or destroyed.IF With TheToastmasters
SUCH an attack occurs, each fuel, clothing, bedding, shovel, t til(

Individual must first be capableof axe and crowbar.

caring for himself and then Copies of pamphlets describ- ',0;;," is

contributing to the organized ing necessary emergency sup- .,f sy..; +a +r: 'Q'ri ''
community survival effort. plies of food, water and equip- : Navy Civilian Toastmasterswere ea

Similarly, the family unit ment, methods of storage, and alerted for several upcoming
must be trained and prepared to types of containers to use to pre- : events, at their Tuesday night

solve its own emergency. probe vent radioactive contaminationcan ,4..tJ' gathering.The 00W
lems. be secured from CD Offices. :
: following is on the agendafor
Pre-emergency preparationsshould A community plan for emer- _s a.<.m' >R{..m'm+" '. "' ._ ,_.'._ ,' _'_ ,..,W.JL.. ...: .'._ the next couple of weeks: dl

include learning home gency action, promulgated by the SAFE YEAR Supervisors of Utilities and Transportation Area Speakoff Contest March 28
: Jacksonville-Duval CD Divisions at NAS Jax Public Works hold certificates their shops
preparedness and first aid the County at 1900 at Karl Hellenthal's Rest e
; earned by having a no-lost time accident record last year. Top
community plan for emergency Counsel, provides information on photo, front row, (left to right) Lt. C. E. Swecker Jr.. Claude aurant; District Cinvention May m
action; warning signals and what evacuation; lists organization and Madrin ,and Sammy Whiltington. Rear, Leolin Dickey Robert 1.2, to which wives are invited; SCin
they mean; use of CONELRAD, responsibilities, and covers aid McDaniel and, William White of Utilities. Below front row, and installation of club officers
to be expected from local au- D. D. Hoik Fred von Eberstein and Raymond Hunt, Rear
and how to protect against radioactive April 14, to which wives are also )
thorities and relief agencies. Lt. Swecker, W. A. Dauphin and CWO O. L. Drennan of Trans liJd
fallout. portation.: invited.E. .

TO MINIMIZE demands WARNING signals and their ""._,=-.-.,.. .....u.uu... .h.. h. .'...
on K. Mcllrath will representthe
meaning are standard throughoutthe
community resources, prepara- club in the Area Speakoff,
tions should be made to meet country. Warning signals with Ken Scale as alternate.At .
individual survival requirementsfor used during or preceding an attack -
described in NAX JAX session
are Tuesday night's
at least two weeks following
an attack.In Inst. 3440.3. Andy Planey, Max Suter, Ken
Conelrad (Radio Alert) is a .Scale and Aubrey Silvey delivered ]
addition to food water and
plan to deprive the enemy of speeches. Planey delivered a satire 1
first aid supplies, essential items I
electromagnetic radiation Man Suter c
as an on "Cry Cry;
should include a batterypoweredradio aircraft navigational aid without I told of his experience in '"Mov.I

lighting equipment (flash- depriving the public of standard I ing;" Ken Scales brought out the
light-lantern-candles), matches, I broadcast radio of I Farmer Van- c
as a source &f $ r I plight of Michigan
news and official bulletins. kus in "Home of the Brave, But
New Vets
I Conelrad permits emergency Not of the Free;" while Aubrey

t May Get BonusesA broadcasting on 640 or 1240 kilo- Silvey talked on "Cuba's Crucial j
stations authorized "
cycles by to Hour.
proposal to provide a State operate during emergencies.
Evaluators headed by Master
i ,
bonus for WWII and Korea vets "Fallout" is the return to earth
has been introduced in NewJersey's Evaluator Norman Brooks, were
i of particles made radioactive and
Bill Clearman, E. K. ,
legislature, and if pass thrown into the air by nuclear
; Junior Teske, and Gordon King.
ed will be submitted to the explosion.THE .

voters for approval in Novem NATIONAL Shelter Plan
I ber. Dental Officers To
now in preparation will provide
;1 The new bill calls for payment shelters centrally located in cities

)" of a..maximum of 250 dollars for throughout the nation. However, Host Jax Dentists

domestic service during WWII attacks wtihout warning will Jacksonville's Dental Society (

': or Korean conflict, keeping the prevent many people from reach- will be entertained by Station

''I 0 rate at 10 dollars per month and ingthese shelters in time. Another Friday The 13th: Dental Officers at a joint annual 1

II a maximum of 450 dollars, including Families must, therefore, pre- meeting, Wednesday at 1830 at
I'' domestic and foreign pare shelters against fallout to the "O" Club.

f II r serivce at the same rate. protect against radiation and Coming Up This MonthIf : Capt. Henry A. Collett, Senior
contamination of water and
of NAS
Assistant Dental Officer UPi
Louis Moore Gets foodstuffs. you're one of those superstitious types 'who walks Jax and Head of the Dental PiYI
Contact the CD Offices for I around ladders and shuns black cats and suffers vague fore- Prosthodontia Section, will pre- YIh

blueprints on construction, of bodings of disaster every Friday the I 13th-well, 1959 is a sent a professional paper.
c Supply EmployeeOf family shelters, or on how to I good year for you. There was a Friday the 13th in February;
Capt. Collett is a Fellow of the
convert existing facilities to reduce there's another in March, but
12 1869, when Jay Gould of Prosthodontists
Sept. American Board -
Month Award to radiation. not another until November -
exposure and James Fisk, Jr., tried to corner and member of ,the American YI
the last of year.
Congratulations go to Louis WHO STARTED this the all the gold in New York Denture Society. a
Joyce: "What do you call a Friday o'st
Moore, Stock Control Clerk of man who tries to pick you up in 13th business, anyhow? Why is City banks about $14,000,000

the Control Division of NAS Jax his car?" the day considered unlucky? Itcan't worth. t A r

Supply Department. Jane: "How big is the car?" be its name-or can it? Fri- THE TWO conspirators had been ft.71 k

Moore has been selected Sup- day comes from the AngloSaxonword steadily boosting the market a,

ply personality-of-the-month for As the freshman queen walked Frigedaeg which means value of gold, but on that mem- t'I ,

March for qutstanding performance by, one freshman said to 'another Freyja's day. orable Friday the U.S. Treasury j J bn
of duties. : "Man, she sure knows I Freyja, in Norse mythology, threw $4,000,000 in gold on the 1 1l
lIe how the goddess of love. Ancient market to crack the GouldFiskcorner.
has been assigned as coordinator to fill a beanie, doesn't was
of the recently installed she?" I Scandinavians considered her day 11V
program of "Screening For the luckiest in the week. Gold dropped in value almostat nC
Aeronautical Material," better '/./ : ':"' ::
known as "Projet Sam." dates back through Christen- $11,000,000 richer but many p
This :: "", dom to the day Christ, was others wiped out.
program, which requiresa i
daily screening of all major crucified, giving Christians down Four years later the New York S
aviation through the ages a superstition Stock Exchange had its second
supply activities, is designed -
to reduce aircraft "down against it.ANOTHER. Black Friday on Sept. 19 when L

time" by making all aviation point against Friday: numerous investors lost their
times it called shirts. This disaster ushered in d
supply system material assets :'< in former was
: 1 because it what was known as the Panic of ,
available to fill requisitions for "hangman's day was t
'grounded (AOCP) aircraft.As : /' 1 the one chosen for executions. 1873. (AFPS). it
i/ <' f
"Sam" coordinator, Moore .: Coming up to the modern era Student: "// I should kiss you, (
,has spent many off-duty hours in the U.S., there's good reason what would you do?" ,

,studying new procedures in ord- indeed to be leery of Friday- Coed: "I never'meet an emergency -
er to better prepare himself for especially in your finacial trans- until it arises'* 1

his day-to-day duties.In actions. You've heard of "Black Student: "And then?"

,addition the ,March Supply Friday," haven't you? Coed: "I meet it face to face."

personality has coordinated actions It refers to two different Fri-

by various components of .. .___ ._". ,..m' ....... 7K .....m..____ days which brought chaos in Deft-nishuns: Minot Sport- /
Supply and Overhaul and Repair SUPPLYEmployee.of.the- banking and stock exchange one in which the coach makes
month for March is SLouU
Departments in an outstandingmanner. I Moore (above) of Control DI. circles. only slightly more than a full
vision: I The first Black Friday was professor.




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9 March 1959 JAX AIR NEWS ro1

Flier SoftballApplicants v .

Vie q i$ i.t!'.'. TheWATER

For BerthsAfter LINEThe

one-and-a-half weeks of weatherman cooperated

practice, the Jax Navy varsity well Sunday to provide proper
softball is rapidly getting Into elements for participants in the
shape for start of diamond play. water activities held on the St

With the local softball season Johns River adjacent to the Naval -

just a few weeks away, the Air Station.
Fliers are eyeing a berth in the The entire program progressed -
City League along with competition as scheduled with the; sailing
with other top service clubs. regatta, sponsored by the Navy

Jax Sailing Club, getting ,under
Earl Bishop of
no-hit fame,
way at 1430 with 16 boats part
is propelling the club this year
and announces vacancies still
rs exist on the team. shell race began at 1445
[1- and the water ski show at about.
Daily practices are being heldon
ht 1500.
Enterprise Field at 1600, .
except weekends. Personnel __ fW"v.. -._ __ Light winds prevailed during
are MAINSIDE TROPHY PRESENTATION-Winners in Mainside intramural sports during the early afternoon making the
1as urged to try out at these .ses- fall-winter season were given trophies in a ceremony last week with VW-4, victorious in bowlingand ,
ideal for shells and the
: sions.A basketball, captured the Iron Man Trophy far overall supremacy. Left to right are. Ensign water
38 new ruling being put into George Brown, VP-(16, basketball runners-up: Bm Wade ComFair Jax, bowling runners-up: Capt. skiers, although it meant a rather
,t- effect this Grayston H. Weber, NAS Jax executive officer, who presented the trophies: Comdr. Drexel Poyn- slow start for the yachtsmen.
year allows varsity ter, VW-3 commanding officer Lt (jg) Ernie Stewart. VW-4, with basketball trophy; and Donald Immediately following the
1'1d men to also play with their and Ronald Meyer of AvFund School, All-Station basketball champion.6ND .
final skiing event, the wind
: squadron or department team in
rs intramural play. Their first ob- Golf Tutoring Set picked up to about 10 knots providing

SOot ligation, however, is to the var- 1ti{ .V k'A y 4, 1 f a fast finish for the regt
sity squad. For NATTCenterLinks atta.

Finishing about one-quartet
EnthusiastsFree length ahead of the NATTCenter
ff, SPRING SPORT golf lessons for NATT- Marines was the Jacksonville U.

Center personnel will be given It was a hard-earned victory for
) SLATES READYSpring Monday at the NAS Jax golf JU with the Marines forging as

nn intramural bowling course by golf pro Jack Harvey. much as a boat length ahead ai
cd leagues at Mainside have been times, and it gave local specta*
Bowling Tourney The "school" will get under-
tentatively set for an opening tors an idea of the real potential *
aer way at 1630 and all eligible per-
date of March 23. of this Marine team who ha$
v- There is a possibility of the sonnel are invited to register been working out only a short
with Earl Grubbs, A01, in Build-
Sets March 18 Start
1e Mainside lanes, undergoing a ing 513, extension 698 before two months. :
complete overhaul including The water ski demonstrationwas
out installation of automatic pinset- All lanes lead to the local phase of the annual Sixth 1600 tomorrow. highlighted by a three-man

y ters, not being finished in time Naval District Telegraphic ,Bowling Tournament slated The final schedule of the two pyramid performed by Sgt. Geo.

al for this date.A March 18-20 at NAS Jax. personnel going to and from sites I five-hour courses 'will be pub- rge Fenwick, Ralph Holzhams
meeting has been plannedfor Kegling is due to take placeat lished in the Plan of the Day. and Cindy Archibald of the

er next Monday (March 16)) the Mainside Alleys in Build- of competition.Local Each person participating ir Orange Park Water Ski Club. :

re to form plans for Mainside ing Three if repairing and remodeling military' personnel desir- the lessons will be required tc Their fast moving show in-

h, intramural softball competition. of those lanes is com- ing to enter the tournament must wear an identification badge: eluded backward slalom, bare-
in time.
Ig.'t1. pleted notify Lcdr. Murphy at extension while on the course. foot skiing, shoe skiing, skiingon
Representatives of units ',IF THE vast rebuilding proJ-
and other trick ski-
593 or 512 before noon next The tags can be acquired in a saucer
planning to enter a team in ect is not finished by tourney : '
I the league will be on hand. time, the event will be held at Monday (March 16). the golf pro shop starting Mon- ing.
Jax Sailing Club fared
the NATTCenter Alleys in Four games will be rolled each Navy
rather well with Maj. Roy Van
Building 517. day at 1300-1630, March 18-20, day.NOTICE
in the
placing second
Golfers Have Only men with a 165 or better by all persons entered, while Rhoded Rope Bantam Class,'the Whale-
three will be bowled the
on and women with a 120 games
average boat "Ichi Bon" placed first in
tat DietJax are eligible to same days at 1900-2130 to get in Qualified interested in
Early JU or more average persons the Cruising Class with Lt. Gene
at all 2,1 games. in the Mainside soft-
enter the tournament. umpiring Guazzo at the tiller, and the
Navy's varsity link squad Bowlers will form four-man The South Atlantic Regionalsare ball league this season are urgedto newly launched Tri Maran skip-

might perhaps chuckle heartilyif teams during the tournament and scheduled April 2-4 and will contact Porter Wooten at the pered by its builder, Russell
lorS Jacksonville U. were to appear the command with the team get- also be conducted on a tele- Athletic Office in Building Three, Benedict of O&R, took third plac0

tat in every match on this ting highest individual total pin- graphic basis. extension 585. honors in the Open Class. ,;
year's schedule for the Fliers
'e- fall for the 21-game
have won three tilts, two at the throughout the district will be
of the local collegians.Win .
expense for South
hen designated 6ND team
number three of the Atlantic Regional play. trRFormer

rl- young season came about last OTHER commands expected to

weekend with a 9-8% decisionover enter the telegraphic event" in.
JU.Stamina. addition to Jax Navy, are NAS captain of West Point's

and skill showed it Glynco, NAS Cecil Field, Mem- cross country team, Bill Cory
Pensacola Navy, at Ft. Benning, Ga., took
still had a way of its own, as phis Navy, now
Jax Navy came through in a NAAS Mayport, Green Cove top honors at the 3rd Army
downpour and heavy winds to Springs Navy, NAS Key West, Triathlon contest. He also won
brush past its younger oppo- NS Key West, NAS Atlanta and the All-Japan triathlon in 1956.

nents. Charleston Receiving Station. Joe Bradley, starter with the

Ray Barnett paced the win- Comdr. C. H. Hey, of RecSta Oklahoma Aggie basketball teams'that
has been designated won the NCAA championship -
)' ners with a two-over par. 74
and has in 1946 and runner-up
Tournament Director
while 77
Joe Van Vactor tallied ,
> George Mullins, 78, and Bob chosen Lcdr. W. H. Murphy, NAS honors to Kentucky in 1949, has
Peterson, and 84. Jax Special Services Officer, to been named the frosh cage coachat "
serve as Assistant Tourney for the AF Academy.
of the annual MacDonald, Ame-
NAS Jax phase Henry
Marines To North
Sparks Whip
meet. rica Interservice All Wurt-

Lead NATTC Keg LeagueThe This command will send to smith AFB, Mich., has receiveda

AE School Sparkies gained Charleston after each day's pro offer to play basketball for

[decisive win over Marine Avia- bowling the name, rate/rank, the Harlem Globe Trotters .

tion Detachment to take the lead service/file number and total individual -. .w. ..... __ "'m_...,.."...._h Nate Brooks, now at Schofield
in the NATTCenter intramural pinfall. I NO CINDERELLA-Second best was not good enough. This Barracks, T. H., ex-bantamweight
Cratch bowling league last AFTER THE three-day, 21- familiar quote was appropriate for NATTCenler's Aviation Fundamentals champion of North America and
'veek.. game series, the same informa- School cagers as it became runners-up in the NATTC also winner of the 1952 Olympic'title

The Sparkies hold a 14-2 record tion on the top four bowlers will Intramural-Basketball League. Thanks perhaps to the hand of plans to return to the pro

as. opposed to the 7-5 markor be sent to Charleston along with fate the AvFund Five represented NATTC in the All Station ring in September.
the Marine Aviation Detach- the actual score sheets. playoff against Mainside Champs VW-4. The Marines came'
:ent. Thus, the 6ND Bowling Tour- through with a slashing 64.62 upset over powerful VW-4 and "/ want a very fine dog, said
School nament gets its moniker ofa walked off with the Station Intramural Basketball championship. Mrs. Newlyrich haughtily. S.
Aviation Fundamentals "
olds down third place with a "telegraphic" totlrney. This The AvFund cagers,as shown here are: (back row, left to right) this one a pedigree?

.7 record while the NAWS Mis- method of conducting an eventof Al Sherman, Hank Boles, Lonnie Green, Dick Weber (front "Lady said the kennel mane

ilemen, with a 6-6 mark, slipped this nature cuts down on expenses row, left to right. ) Ron Meyer, Frank LaMonte, Jim Tesina, and "if this dog could talk hewouldn't "
o fourth. and usual time lost by Paul Bentley. speak to either of tu.

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;Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities ForMareli 12-18

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday. Tuesday Wednesday

NAS, Bldg. 612 Never Love 1800-2000 1400-2000 Nowhere Brothers Elephant 7th Voyage
a Stranger Quiet Man Alaska Passage to Go Karamozov Walk of Sinbad

KATTC.nter Bldg. 563. 1800-2000 1800-2000 1400-2000 1400-2000 1800-2000 1800-2000 1800-2000
Mark of Never Love Quiet Man Alaska Nowhere Brothers Elephant
Zorro a Stranger Passage to Go Karamozov Walk
I ,
Hospl1a1' 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Doctor's Mark of Never Love Quiet Man Alaska Nowhere Brothers
Dilemma Zorro a Stranger Passage to Go Karamozov

\ ,

NAS Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

NATTCenter, Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 09302100Hospital

0800-1600 0800-1600 I closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


NAS, Bldg. 9SS (Closed forRemodeling '
) 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100

NATTCenter Bldg. 593 '
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn
1630-2330 1300-2400 1300-2400 1300-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330
EM NATTCenier "
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 1630-2300 1630-2300 16302300EM

NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 .
1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300 Closed Closed Closed


KAS Gym, Open
0900-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100

TTCenter Gym Open I '
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

HAS Bowling (Closed for remodeling; tentative opening, March 16))
NATTCenier ;Bowling.... Open 1300-1600 1300-1'600
1130-1300 1130-1300 1730-2200 1730-2200 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300

Golf Course 0830-Dark 083bDark( 0730-Dark 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark
Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800-% hr. 0800hr.. 0800-J,2 hr. 0800- hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop Bldg. 896 1400-2100 14tO-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-200( 1130-2000 1300-2000 1300-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 11 0-2000
If -


SETA Now Available

Gray Ladies training
course for new volunteers is Special ServicesThrough
scheduled to begin Monday, s r x
April 6 and continue throughthe efforts of NAS Jax u vq ,.
< "_______
'Kl ______
week from 0900 to 1200. Special Services and the Re- f I

each day.Applicants. creational Institute,a prize pack-
will be inter-
age of fun and recreation is
viewed in the Recreation Of- reduced
available at a greatly
fice of the Hospital Navy Ex- price to civilian and military ,
change March 18 and 26 from personnel aboard the Station. :
1000 to 1200.Prospective.
volunteers can The sport sampler offers free
receive further informationfrom admission to such attractions as

Mrs. Ru h Fleshman at New Kingsley Beach, Jax Beach
extension 8136 or at the Red Golf Course, Par "3" Golf

Cross Office, EV 7-1621, ex- Course, Jax Braves baseball, ... y ... ..,.
Guild Little Theatre of --.11II1 iiS::: + ; -)WillfB
tension 50 and EV 8-2834. Players, .
TEEN-AGE FELLOWSHIP Forty members of the Teen-
Jax, Civic Opera and Civic Bal-
Women interested in volun-
Age Fellowship of All Saints' Chapel are shown at a meeting
teer work as Staff Aides let Co., and Skateland. last Sunday in the Small Chapel. With only eight to 10 mem- :
should contact Mrs. Nona Many other places of amuse- bers almost two years ago, the Fellowship has sprouted to an : Navy Wives
Storey at extension 554 and ment are included in the list. attendance of 40 to 45 teenagers each week. Lt. Earnest Reagan,
(standing left) and Mrs. Reagan (right) serve as advisors. The (
EV 9-6545, or apply in Free admission is good for '
per- one: group meets each Sunday at 1830.
son at Building 39. time for one to as many as four . ( 1 r... r'' .

persons. Station Navy Wives Club No. 86 held
Early ReleaseContinued Total cost would be over 82
its regular meeting March 4 at
dollars but is available for a"package"
( from Page 1)) of Announces Slate the Clubhouse in Dewey Park.
rate only $3.75. of OfficersNew
the books until "mobilizationday" Hostesses were Mesdames
Only a limited number of officers of the NAS Jax William Fussell, Kenneth Flowers
books are on sale, however. traveled across the world in -
Marines must consent in writ- Teen-Age Fellowship were recently and Joseph Hagan.
ing to an early discharge under They're available at Special elected. They are: Presi- Christian outreach, reports Chap-
both policies. Services, Building 704. dent, Anne Beatty; Vice Presi- lain Reagan. The Club gave its monthly
About 5000 Marines will be dent, Jim Bus by; Secretary, Other foreign projects have included Ward Party at the Hospital last
given early discharge papers, Saint Peter (to new arrival) : Linda Becker; Treasurer, Tom sending funds to a mis- Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Millerwas
end most of them will be separated 'How did you get here?" Tyler, and Worship Chairman; sionary in Japan following the aided planning'( the party

in April, according'. to New Arrival. : ."Flu.* Dick Foss. typhoon I destruction of Kuji. by a few club members.The .

Headquarters sources. Composed of dependents of Socially, the group has recently Navy Wives Club is plan-
To augment these early dis- First Sailor: "Hey, what's the 'and ning a fashion show and brunchfor
charge policies the also idea oj wearing my raincoat?" military civilian personnelof exchanged visits and part-
Corps the Station, the Fellowship is next. Tuesday, March 17, at
has a continuing program of 'allowing Second Sailor: "Well, you devoted to Christian growth and ies with the Youth Fellowship as 1000 at King Hall, Building 563.
non-commissioned officersin wouldn't want your new dress Cecil Field.
nurture, and is designed to meet
grades E-7 E-8 E-9 blues to wet, would ?" Fashions from the Navy Ex-
pay and: get you religious and social needs. Anyone between the ages of
to request' discharge. However 0 change will be featured. Ad-
12 and 15 is invited to
top noncoms with critical military Ron: "You say your uncle died By action taken to. support a mission is 60 cents.
occupational specialtiesMOS from falling off a scaffold. What girl through the adoption program meet with the Fellowship in the All service personnel, wives
( ) must obtain Headquarters was he doing up there?" ; of the Christian Childrens Small Chapel Sunday eveningsat and dependents are'cordially invited -

approval. Don: "Being hanged." Fund, Inc., the Fellowship has 1830. to attend this affair.Page .