Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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*1 I Choice Of Mover Law Expected SoonA I

top Defense official has contemplating lanuching a Transfer outfits are put on

:w hinted there will be a deci- long-range study of determining rotation basis and transportation -

.S sion soon to give both officers whether to move all house-
:4 officers assign movers
rKi : and enlisted men a chance to hold goods of the military on
whenever their number comes
i choose their own transfer com- a "commuted rate system."

pany to move household goodson Any decision would affect up.A
permanent change of sta every man in all the service's.At family moving houshold

tion. present,men have no choiceas goods must accept that company -

I In releasing this story, Navy to what company moves even though they might -
Times says Defense is also I their goods. prefer another firm.

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Vol. No. 17, No. 11 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville, Florida 21 May 1959t

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Bonds Drive

Early Report


I 'Beechy' Still Navy"PHYSICAL Beechcraft- A NAS"career Jax Augurs WellSeveral '.

04711, gets final -physical priorto
being shipped over after 18 hnrn
I Active After years duty. In all this time, units have recorded
"Beechy" has logged 7500 hours considerable increases in Payroll -
and has had
no disciplinary
7500 Hours marks in her record. Examin. Savings Plan participation _
ing physician is Capt. J. C. Mc. as the Savings Bond
NATTCenter Jax keeps reen- Curdy, NATTCenter Senior Drive for the Jax Navy area
listments at a high level. This Medical Officer. nears fourth and final week.
month Charles L. MooreJr
Capt. In military enrollment, Com-.
NATTCenter commanding officer -: Jax Wives Bid NabSix and NAAS Mayport show

shipped over a "career I the highest jump in percentageof
Navy" Beechcraft, N A S J ax I I For Top PostsThe participation. ComNab jumped
04711. This extension will give"Beechy"
from 33.3% to 66.7%, while May-
20 years active duty. Southeast Regional Meet- port leaped from 27% to 32.7%.
Accepted by the Navy at Ana-
ing of Wives Clubs held Other units reporting military
Navy ,
costia, D.C., in May, 1941, the participation show Naval Hos-
craft began to "see the world." May 3-6 in the Norfolk area,
pital up from 34.8% to 36.4%;
In 18 years service it has had 18 found several members of the NATTCenter up from 22.8% to __..__mm....... _____ ,g......_,_____
duty stations, many in South local club in attendance. 23.6%; Navy Recruiting remainsat HOLE.IN.ONE PRIZE LIST Looking over prizes for the
America, including Panama and 25%, while others have not Nary Relief Hole-In-One Tourney underway at the NAS
Bogota, Colombia, and has seen Nominated for national offices Jax golf course is Comdr. H. G. Benoil, (left) chairman of the
sea duty on the USS Antietam, from Jax Navy Club No. 86 were reported.In Navy-sponsored drives held periodically aboard the Station and
the drive to boost civilian Comdr. Walt O'Neil, .In-One Tourney chairman. The prizes
CVS-36. Doris Davis and Ruth Damon for
merchants in the Jacksonville The
been donated
enrollment in the Payroll Savings have by area.
THE LITTLE Beechcraft has secretary, Elma Everoski, parlia- Plan, NAAS Mayport is setting tourney runs through this week.,See story on page 5.

needed only two major overhauls. mentarian, and Marie Lottingerand
the pace with a current 66%
After a thorough physical, spec. Mrs. Davis for Regional compared to 37% when the drive BC-BS Members Vote

ialists listment.recommend it for reen- vicepresident.Offices opened.

"Beechy" changed his rate in will be filled when voting Also 'showing an increase are
NAS Jax, frpm 54.7% to 57.3%; For AllowanceCivilian
January, 1952, converting from takes place at the National Naval Station Green Cove Higher
JRB-2 to SNB-5. Stationed at Convention in San Diego in Oc
Springs, 49.7% to 51%; NAS Ce-
NAS Jax, it is set aside for the tober.In .
employees of NAS Jax Blue Cross-Bine Shield
cil Field, 40% to 41.4%; Naval
use of NATTCenter Jax pilots addition to the Jax club Hospital, 39% to 39.5%. Other hospital medical-surgical group plan have indicated a un.

proficiency flying. and other units in Florida, attending units have reported no increase.All animous decision in favor of higher basic room allowance.
THE PLANE itself has loggedover the Southeastern gather- i A request was recently issued
units participating in the From the total of 1415 votes
million miles in vote
a more ing were clubs 'from Alabama whereby employees were to
campaign are making efforts toward cast, 1044 favored the four dol-
than 7.5QO hours since being ac- the proposed Increase -
Delaware, Georgia, Mississippi, for, or against,
increasing Payroll Savings lar-a-day increase, while 254
cepted. in daily basic allowance.
North and South Carolina, Ten-
Plan participation to the Navy's favored only two dollar-a-day
a good Navy careerman, WHEREAS the former Blue
there (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) objective of at least 65 percent. increase, and 117 were in favorof
no disciplinary
are Captain's
Cross hospital contract provided
to the
no change existingseven
Masts in 04711's servicefile.
'" dollaradaybasic
for only a
18 years with no major accidents :. allowance, the new contract dollars-a-day benefits.

is a record any flyer i ,. will offer 11 dollars a day. Also With acceptance of the Increase -
could be proud of. '4 questioned in the voting was a in daily room allowance

Now if it keeps its nose clean 14 ; :w ,_, compromise between theformer benefits to 11 dollars-a-day,

and doesn't get busted in the r;;? f11 and accepted plans, offering an there will be an increase in pre-

next two years it will be eligiblefor increase of two dollars per day. mium payments. Effective July
full retirement benefits. I 15, payments on the one-person
In reply to the request, a total
contract for Blue Cross will be
Maybe we'll all be sideboys of 1,415 votes were cast from
when they pipe 711 over the ,' 4i eight NAS Jax departments, 74 $2.05, while Blue Shield pay-
ments will be In the family
$1.10. -
side for retirement. percent of which favored the
contract, payments for Blue
four dollars-a-day increase.
\ Cross -will be $5.20, while Blue
Aviation Schools Select :i ? 4 /4 'y While eight percent were in favorof
Shield will be $2.90.
Latest Honor Graduates ? : /i & ? 18 policies percent remaining favored an unchanged increasein payments

Aviation School honor stu- daily basic pay of two dollarsa Pittsburgh Ensign
dents this week are Jerald And- day.

erson, AOAN, of Costa Mesa, t AS REVEALED by IRD, following Tops AGO GradsEnsign

Calif., from Aviation Ordnanceman / c are results of voting: Thomas McGreevey of
School Class A and Rich- ,
from Overhaul and
Repair, 615
Pittsburgh, Pa., led his graduating
ard Rawi, AEIAN, of Arcadia,
votes for $11.00 per day, 163 for
Aviation Ground
Calif. and Charles Best AEMAN : class at
and 81
$9.00 per day, for no
of Colo. from Avia. Officer's School last week,
Englewood, ,
change; Public Works, 120, 37
tion Electrician's Mate School, and eight; Supply, 198, 35 and 12; He is no newcommer to study-

Class A. IRD and related groups, 57, six ing, taking his AB and MA at
All three have orders to the
"KEY MEN Bobby Davis, AKAN, (right) should have no and five; Communications, 19, Dartmouth College, and he isn't
West Coast. Anderson goes to trouble getting his winged keys when he goes up for his rate,
NAS Whidbey Islan Wash. The he,did so well at Aviation Storekeeper School. He and instructor one and none; Administration, 18, through with them yet. His new

AE's will be in California, Rawieat John Beck AKC, presenting Davis his honor certificate, will 8 and one; Publications and Printing orders keep him at the books,

San Diego and Best at San both while be Beck leaving retires the and school.plans Davis to stop reports teaching to the school: USS and Lexington become five, one and none; and in Naval Air Weapons Systems

.Francisco. a student at the U. of Florida. Security, 11, three and ten. School here.

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Capt. Elliott! W. Parish Jr. _....____.... ............ Commanding Officer
Opt Crajrton H. Weber.................-.,........? .......-... Executive Officer Tz
If AB Six: FU 1 Air JacluonTtU* r \ : 1

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .......?........:............................................................... Commander mMirI
Cap\ George R. Luker ........_......................_......,.......-..-..._. ChIef of St.u FatrJax
Cap\ Macp enon Williams .............. ...................... chief of Stafe. NAB Six
Flwl Air Wing Elena

Capt. Donald 1C. Macintosh ..._............?........... ................................................. Commander : ttA: ;
Capt Charles U Lambing ...._......._._.. ....,......................??.. Chief Staff Officer
Kanl Atf Technical Training C.nt. a.
Capt Charles L. Moore.r. .......... ..._... .... .. ...................r. Commanding Officer .
Comdr. Wilfred K. nesiimn;: ....... ?.............::........:......................._ Executive Officer

rapt Alton C. Abernethy ...... .......ItaTal.............RotpBalHAHTO....... .. .. ....... ....... Commanding Officer
Capt John O. reder .....................?................... ........ -... ...... .............. Executive Officer

Capt F. It Holt ................. ................ . .. .. ...... Commanding Officer
Comdr. William K. Hardy .......................................... ...................... Executive: Officer

Printed commercially With IIOD-epproplated funds 1D Jacksonvile Florid
at DO expense to the government and In Nompliance with NAVVIOS P-I
an. July 1958. Dlm1bute4 tree of charge to military mel civilian personnel
of Fleet AIr laeltlOnYU1e. Naval Air ouatlon. naval Air Technical Training
Center uoipltaL Fleet Air WIDe 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. So
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Service Information Officer ....................... Comdr. Lewis F. Kellerman
Assistant Service Information Officer ....,............... Andrew H. Planer
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Alba Patenon; Ron Davis AN;
Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer epb O'Brien PII3.
The ? --- -----
ax Air New U a member of tbe Armed Foray Press Service.
material appearing in this publication can be reprinted prvridlng credit if CLASSIFICATION TRAINING Bill Holm (left) and
grapha.Editorial ftrea..Photograph, unleat otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- Mary Selby (right) of the Salary and Wage Division of Industrial
Relations Dept. emphasize significant points of basic aspectsof
offices located In Room S30 Main Administration Building. Phon
crtaiuioaa C1M. 966. J71 or fi6. position classification,to a group of Supply Department em- Sessions HeldThe
ployees. Currently being 'conducted for employees of Supply,
the basic training sessions on the Station's position classification and
Is Salary Wage Divisionof
Navy Relief Example program have already been attended by one-third of the Stat
tion's graded employees. Industrial Depart-
ment is currently concluding

Of People Aiding PeopleGood basic training sessions on the
T2J-1 Basic Jet Trainers Station's position classification

examples of "people helping for all IV-b classified
people" come to light daily I program or -
as the Navy Relief Society and its auxiliaries continue their effective employees of Supply De

their and understanding families. help as friends and neighbors to Navymenand Proving Popular With NavyWashington partment.

Some one-third of the Sta

The Society, as has been mentioned numerous times before assists (AFPS-The) Navy has ordered additional tion's classified employees have

the needs of Navy personnel and their dependents through assistance P2J-1 basic jet trainers to provide students with a versatile already attended one of these

by loans, assistance by grants and, last but not least service aircraft designed for instrument work and gunnery.A sessions and it is anticipated the
cases. $19.3 million contract has rest will have the opportunityto
been signed with North American new planes about midsummer. attend during this calendar

ALL SITUATIONS BROUGHT TO THE attention of the So- Aviation, Inc., for "follow- Although still unnamed, a con- year.

ciety do not require an expenditure of funds. Instead, these cases on" production of the new planes, test is currently underway at The sessions incorporate latest

require a kind of personal assistance in the form of advice and serv- the Navy said. Pensacola to choose a popularname aural-visual training techniques,
ices that cannot be measured in monetary terms. The the aircraft the
services rendered for Navy
by the THE T2J-1 has a top speed of and include: (1)) a brief reviewof
Society though intangible, are of a major .
help many reported.The
families. More approximately 500 m.p.h. and a the basic aspects of the position -
than 49,000 such service cases received aid
Society in 1958. from the landing speed of about 80 m.p.h. plane has a service ceiling classification program.
of more than 40,000 feet and a
One such, to illustrate, involved the Japanese widow of a serve Equipped with a rocket-pro range of 780 nautical miles. It is (2) an emphasis of significant '
iceman. The husband died in Yokosuka and the widow accompanied pelled emergency escape system, about 38 feet in length and hasa points of the. program which

his body to the U.S. for interment. Following the funeral she the plane can safely eject a pilotat wing span of 36 feet. each employee is required to
going to the home of a sister who had also married I either ground level or at altitude know, such asp appeal rights and
She spoke i the Navy said. availability of standards, and ((3)a )
no English and knew little about '
our country or'its cus..1
toms. She did not need funds but was, understandably apprehens ; SIX OF THE aircraft have already I BC-BS Group Program brief discussion of the purposes,
ive and confused.A been delivered and now I Seeking New MembersThe procedures and advantages of the

NAVY are undergoing extensive tests at i yearly "changeover"period Maintenance Review Program.In .
alerted to her SOCIETY AUXILIARY, however, had been the NATC, Patuxent River, Md., for Blue Cross-Blue Shield order to achieve an immediacy
situation and
had taken steps to assist. A I interest in these sessions,
with a Japanese wife who yeoman prior Jo quantity delivery.The group members aboard the Station
spoke English was asked to assist in this I is scheduled 25-June they are being conducted prior to
case, and both he and his Naval Air Basic Training May
wife, with the
auxiliary worker
met the 12. each organizational unit's scheduled -
ship. There was Command, Pensacola, Fla., will
a two-day delay in resuming the journey during maintenance review of IVb
which papers were processed and arrangements made. Due to the receive the first shipment of the All civilian employees are elig- positions.
language handicap well ible to enroll in this group pro
as the
as special circumstances, it was un- This year's experience shows
desirable for the.widow to be alone in gram. Changes to existing BC-
a hotel the
so yeoman and these sessions have proven to
his wife took her home with BS contracts can also be made
them. When
the .. the
arrangements were quite effective in that
completed, the remainder of the journey during this period.Application .
was made
without in- programs have been accomplished -
cident and she arrived at her sister's without cards
further difficulty. ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL are being in a more effective manner
BUT NUMBERS made available through the Per than before under-
AND COSTS, or even case histories, do little Sunday May 24 due to better
to paint the picture of the hundredes of workers and volunteers of sonnel Representative in the standing of its procedures and
the Navy Relief Society who assist in and 0930 Sunday School, three- various work areas.
complement the work of
year-olds through adults, Bldg.
that organization in its
daily to be
a helping friend.
722; Service of Divine Worship,
When you are approached to contribute to the Navy Relief So- Chaplain Beatty. .

siety, you art "helping people help people" when you give your 1100 Service of Divine Wor-

share. ship, Chaplains Prickett and
Alexander. purpose.'w

Saving Is Basic To Our 1830 Teen-age Fellowship,
Small Chapel; Senior Hi Fellow-

ship, Bldg. 722.
Free Enterprise SystemSaving 1930 United Fellowship of

is basic to the American free enterprise system.It Protestants, Bldg. 722. qR

is the soundest way to provide funds for business growth, ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Sunday, May 24
which means more jobs for more people, year after year. 0830 and 1000 Sunday Mass.

Most of those who save through the U.S. Savings Bond ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

plan are not the sophisticated people who read market quo- Sunday, May 24 II

tations of securities.They are not the sort of people who sit 0630 Sunday Mass. '

down and make deliberate judgments between the tax freeor 0930 Protestant Divine Serv 1'ip

non-tax free securities because their income bracket is

not that high. They are the sort of people who are going to ice.MDBS

make a simple choice of saying."So do we save a part of our Payment Due

money or do we spend it all and depend upon what we ac- AaM
umulate through social security or through a compensationplan Mutual Death Benefit Society.
or something else" members are reminded that as
sessment No. 116 is payable between

No one saves for savings' sake. Americans, though bornto now and June 2. .
the tradition of thrift, nevertheless are ready spenders. Positively no assessment will -- -- _Y y--: RT -

What the U.S. Savings Bonds program has done is to change be accepted after the closing date. Nurse AT Corps NURSES'was BIRTHDAY celebrated The 51st birthday of the Navy
locally, the
haphazard savings into regular saving; aimless spending of An audit by the Audit Committee world, lilt week. Comdr. E. N. Debit as, well(right as) Chief throughout Nurse at
idle dollars into planned spending for important wants. The of MDBS shows that net the NaTal Hospital, is assiSted In cutting the huge birthday cake

Payroll Savings Plan is a most painless way to save. Join worth of the Society on March SnSXV C. Ab4tmethy! Hospital commanding officer and
today! 31 was $18,015,27.t were present. party, held in the Officer's Club. Some 150 guests



21 May .1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

New ModesIn Employees l Told To Plan

Use For

Snake BitesFlorida For Changing Times

and Georgia lead the I The short term prognosis for Jacksonville Naval Air

nation in number of poisonous I Station is good, while the longer term picture will be heavily

snake bites, and despite effortsof I affected by how well civilian management adapts itself to

Disease Vector Control center the rapidly changing overall Navy situation, so declared

here and the encroachment of I Capt. Kenneth Wheeler, NAS Jax Supply Officer, in a

civilization, we have a fair col- speech delivered to the Civilian Executive Group of the Station -

ony of both harmless and poisonous Monday. ,
carriers, or aircraft -
surface ships, or
aboard the Station.
the luncheon
Speaking at May and an accompanying reduction -
The question of what to do if M L gathering of key civilians at the of military men to man

bitten can be swiftly answered. Smith Room of the Civilian them."

GET THE victim and the Cafeteria, Capt. Wheeler con- out
snake, if possible, to a physicianas centrated on prospects for growth that it is no longer total quantityof
soon as possible. It is vital and development of NAS Jax and which
ships, planes men,
that the snake be identified. If from the Supply angle, along concerns but the number we

it is dangerous to kill the snake, with expected demands on logistic will be able to use in the limited

try to give the physician an capabilities and the resources time available in event of total
available or expected to meet the
adequate description.In '. .*.....-...,-.".-.. .:.'_..:-':;;.'. tII.._. .._.,: war. Quality is replacing quantity -
recent years, medical authorities demand.
One Of Many Poisonous Snakes Aboard The Station I he emphasized.
have discontinued
recommending MAKING IT plain i that "Since we are concentratingour
'incisions at the site "these thoughts and views are
and into
punch capabilities
of the fang punctures and areas own" the Captaintold
BuAer Intern strictly my
Management fewer of these weapons, we can-
of swelling, and application of the group that "time is
not long continue to justify existence -
suction. NAS Jax Medical Officer -
our most important commodity.In of the large number of
Capt. James Fulghum advises Studying Field Action HereAn the 20 years since I came into massive support installations
that neutralization of poisonous
the service we seen an which still exist to handle mas-
snake bites with an adequate of time
amazing compression
of and air-
sive numbers ships
of Bureau of
dosage of antivenim is the only appointee is tomorrow, when he will returnto and that period has seen more craft which do not now or before -
Aeronautics in
proper therapy. Washington Washington. He was selectedto technological progress, both in long will not exist" he re-
NAS Jax undera
HAPPILY, the Florida State currently at and otherwise thanin
fill a vacancy in the Field Industrial military marked.
Board of Health reports "odds special college graduate internship Relations Branch of Bu- virtually all of history priorto I I
against death from coral snake program.C. "Some installations must logically -
Aer, to commence following his that time.
bite have been drastically reduced .E. "Ted" Roll is receiving phase out, the way I see it,
return to the Capitol.
with acquisition of a supplementary orientation herein "As a result of this program, and those which do remain must
sup-" WHILE visiting at NAS Jax, we are in the throes of great be capable and flexible enoughto
ply of antivenim from Brazil. the Navy Management Intern
Roll has been assigned duties and basic changes in the con- handle the new military weap-
The Pigmy-rattlesnake, East- Limited Program of BuAer.
within each division of the Sta- cepts of employment of weapons ons systems and our new con-
ern Diamond.back and, of course, THROUGH the special pro- tion unit. He has also visited and their support in our Navy, cepts of their employment", he
the coral snake are the three gram, qualified college graduatesare other Naval installations in the and in particular our areonatucial added.IN .

poisonous snakes found on the placed in civilian admini- area, including Cecil Field and Navy", declared the Capt. "Oneof MAKING HIS predictionsof
Station and in the 'near vicinity. strative positions, following var- NAAS .
Mayport.A the principal changes seen the future, he stated "I think
COPPERHEADS are not too ied phases of indoctrination and native of Lebanon, Ohio,, the greatly reduced number of the short term prognosis is good.

prevalent here, although the orientation at Naval commands. Roll has attended three years C Our geographical location, the
harmless corn 'shake is'often Assistance in understanding the University of Dayton, and and
Mayport expansions, our
mistaken for it. 'Similarly, the EIGHT CENTER I
operation of ,field 'actions of Bu- was graduated from the Univer- sition as the major logistical
water moccasin or "cottonmouth"snake
hereabouts, is confused Aer is the primary purpose of sity of Cincinnati with a BBA CHIEFS UPPEDLetters installation in a large military
the intern's visit aboard the Sta-
all favorable short
with the more common and degree in Accounting.Roll We get letters complex are
harmless water snakes. tion.His at NATTCenter. Letters advancing term signs".
has been a part of the.
11-day visit, which began
"The term in
longer picture
Rattlesnakes seven chiefs to E-8
are highly vari-
early last week, will conclude BuAer program nearly a year.
he "will be
able in size ranging from 18 and one to E-9, effective May professed,
inches in the case of the Pigmyto 16, have come. heavily affected by how well

six feet in the Eastern Dia- The Master Chief is Chester you, who are the backbone of

mond-back, the largest and most Wrzos, AEC, to AECM. Seven this Station, plan and adapt

deadly poisonous reptile foundin u J4 'c new ,Senior Chiefs are James yourselves to the rapidly changing -

the United States. Brown, AEC to AECS, Oscar overall Navy situation. You

The latter is stout-bodied; Davis, Jr., A 0 C to AOCS, can't be complacent, nor can

olive to dark brown in coloring l4 Frederick Karnes, A E C to you miss a single opportunity to

with .a bold pattern of large AECS, Frank Taylor, AEC to alter your thinking and your

black or dark brown diamonds : : AECS, Alaxander Gromyko, operations."You .

down the back. These diamonds 3 ____ AEC to AECS, George Hire- must be ready at all timesto

have bright yellow borders cor- r pan, ADC to ADCS, and Mil- expand into new and perhaps

responding to the narrow bandsof J ton Hurst, AEC to AECS. little known fields, and aboveall

to keep completely informedand
bright yellow which border
dark bands beneath the eyes. i iTj abreast of the latest in

PIGMY Rattlesnakes differ in Isbell Trophy To thinking and the latest ways of

that they are smaller and thus : doing things", he suggested.AS .

have proportionately smaller Be Awarded To FOR SUPPLY growth and

rattles. They have nine large, development at NAS, Capt. Wheeler -

symetrical shields or plates on 'E' Anti-Sub Units who noted this was the 20th
top of the head similar to other anniversary of his commissioning,

pit vipers, and inhabit a damper Washington (AFPS)-A new avowed the future is a bright .

habitat. award-the Captain Arnold Is- one. He referred to the positionof

The coral snake, whose close bell Trophy-will soon be eagerly NAS Jax as the major naval
kin include the deadly Black logistical support base south of
Mamba of Africa and the King sought by Navy aerial antisub- I Norfolk, pointing out concentration -

Cobra, differs from its formid- marine warfare units. here of functions "which

able relatives in its small size BUAER INTERN Discussing various methods of account. Fleet squadrons receiving the must continue as long as thereare
and burrowing, secretive habits. ling procedures employed at Industrial Relations Department military personnel- and equip-
during 11-day visit with Battle Efficiency "E" award for
an an intern from BuAer is Leonard
This snake is not a pit viper, Eubanks, NAS Jax IRD Officer (left). Receiving supplementary excellence in operating I land ment in the Southeast".

and is smooth, shiny and cylin- orientation prior to returning to the Field Industrial Relations based aircraft, seaplanes carrier "I see an even greater concentration -
drical in shape having the body Branch at the Washington department is C. E. "Ted" Roll. He of these functions
ringed with bands of red and is a graduate of the University of CincinaUl.I aircraft and Navy blimps on air if and
anti-submarine warfare maneuvers we are alert and responsiveat
black and more narrow lines of will temporarily "own" the Jax, it is logical to believe
yellow. I Civilian Blood Donor I
Day SetThe new trophy. they will be concentrated here",
THE CORAL snake is rarely ., he asserted.
encountered second Civilian Blood Named in honor of distinguished
fortunately, and is a -
generally inoffensive when handled Donors' Day for 1959 has been lade, and black coffee.It antisubmarine warfare Although he sees no real physical -

as children and unknowing scheduled Wednesday, June 3 I is necessary that donors do expert who died in WWII, the growth at NAS Jax Supply

adult are tempted to do by starting at 0830 and continuing not partake of fatty foods or trophy, which will permanently in the sense of expansion or Increased -
through 1045 at the Main Dis- liquids during the four hours
their bright colorings. These reside here in the Navy depart- personnel, the Captain
snakes do not strike but chew pensary, Building eight. preceding the time for which ment, will have the names of the observed that "I see much 'in
the venom in.; is scheduled. winning squadrons engraved
Employees who wish to donate ort ,
way of development. I .
The best policy is not to go blood should refrain from eatinga After your donation, arrange- annually.: in this hope
about rural areas at night and ments have respect I prove correct, .
heavy breakfast on morning of been made for you The trophy's namesake was
,without proper foot covering, to obtain a light snack at the awarded the Distinguished Service because this I believe: sincerely.
donation. is
It suggested
and not to overturn logs and your Civilian Cafeteria, Both types Medal before being killed inaction We must develop dynamically

stones in damp, secluded areas breakfast be limited to citrus "A" and "O" donors are neededat aboard the carrier Franklin along with the product and sy's..

with your hands. juice, toast with jelly or marma this time. in 1945. tem we support".

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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 21 May 1959

Large ClassWelcomed


AGO SchoolClasses

convened last weekat

Aviation Ground Officer's

School. 82'Ensigns wi!> attend the

)IiI seven week course.

They are: Clarence Anstine,

Bernard Barrow, Lloyd Beachy,
Howard Benner C J. tninger,
Iv David Boaz, F. D. Brangaccio,

Johnston Brendel, William Car-

ver, Anthony Casciato, John

v Colton, Philip Dahlstron and
John Depew

Also, Michael Deschner, John

;: .+ Diggs, David Doolittle, Roger

r: x : ti'Yt'v+F:, 'a :>.+4ta:, .+,r isMt ) Donodeo, Joseph Drozd, James

,H" mW"wmnmH..mn"WHnH' W___" W' ', ',__V_".__ ._".,, ,_ __._ w;_. _C'......................_........... Eglin, George Elston, Robert
ARMED FORCES DAY ATTRACTIONS :- Some 5.000 Erickson, Arthur Fajans, David
ClassifiedFor people who attended the Open House program last Saturday, Fausch, Robert Foley, Richard
in observance of the 10th annual Armed Forces Day, were treat- With TheJoastmasters Frederick Kenneth Gage, Rich-
ed to several active demonstrations and static displays. At lefta
ard Gallant and Ljna Gillis.
Sale group of patrons look over the survival and rescue gear display -
3 Bdrm, 1 bath hse. G I loan. while at right a Navy ham radio operator sends out mess Also, Paul Goldman, John
for those requesting The radio booth was one of the
$1,000 equity, 6157 Cedar Hills ages same. Goodloe David Hadden Wallace
Blvd. most popular at the Open House. Such active demonstrations as Navy Jax Officers Toastmasters -
a JATO assisted takeoff of an RfD renovated at O&R here Hall, William Hamilton, William
3 Bdrm, 1 bath, redwood hse. for Deep Freeze IV helicopter rescue operation and crash-fire Club held its 265th meetinglast Harper, John Hayden, Robert

porch patio. $2,300 equity. 2354 demonstration featuring firefighting techniques of crash-fire Thursday night. Kurt Kretz- Hoffmann, Marvin Hoffler, John
Barlad. EV 4-1830. crews, highlighted the program.
Hunt Peter Hunt Frederick
schman used the buddy systemfor ,
3 Bdrm, block hse, 2 tile baths, Johnson William Knoblock Ron-
hdwood floors. landscaped. $700 table topics, with each speaker ald Kornell, Howard Lambert
You And I Are ,
and VA mortgage. 6843 Tom ResponsibleFor naming the topic for the next Harold Landgon, Hojn Larsen,

Thumb Drive, SP 1.1859. man. Joe John
Macey, MacTaggart,
3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Fla. rm Civil Defense MissionThere Sam Anderson served as Toast- William Mason, Robert McEwen
with fireplace, double gar Aval master. Speakers included Don William McFadden and William

Aug. 4340 Lucera Road is a world wide civil defense race going on just as surelyas Dougherty on, "The Flower Of Mellow.

1958 hse trailer. 45X10, 2 Bdrm there is an armaments race. In the old sense there will be no the Home;" Wayne House, who Others are Michael Minervoa

full bath. Furnished. EL 3-3841. home front if a nuclear war occurs. gave his ice-breaker; Fritz Hel- James Murphy, Robert Nicode-

4 Bdrm, 2 bath hse, in Cedar Radioactive fallout could make I lings, who won SpeakeroftheWeek mus, Donald Nordstrom, Earl
Hills Est. GI equity. 6859 Tom the whole nation a battle field sult.We cup with "Be The Best Pajari, Charles Peterson, Jerome
that know the
Thumb Dr. SP 1-3551. with no lines drawn between the assume you You Are," while Clancy Rich I Piccioni, Alan Posner, Douglas

43' 2 Bdrm trailer, Aluminum military and civilian and no dis- warning signals. Now we urge closed the show with "Use It Or Randall and ,Robert Redman.

awning, aid cond. owner trans- tinction made for age or sex. you to learn procedures, evacuation Lose It." Also Joel
Reynolds, Philip
ferred. Jax-Miami Trailer Pk., CONGRESS recognized this routes, and emergency plans Rickey, Bernard Riedel, Malcolm
lot 115. and, through Public Law 85-606, Largest turnout for a non-din
I of local CD authorities and NAS Rush, Standley Salata, David
ner meeting in the history of the
fixed Federal, State and
3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Avail im- upon Jax. Shanahan, Philip Shoemaker,
club hand for Tuesdanight's
was on
local governments the joint responsibility y
mediately. 7407 Greenway Dr. Charles Silva, Daniel Simoneit,
intra-club debate by the
of producing sound,
EV 8-3072. William Stangle
Joseph Snyder,
For Rent capable, and effective civil defense Navy Civilian Toastmasters at F. G. Staudenmayer and Will
readiness. Air News Staff Cumberland Rd. Community i I ,
Unfurn hse. equip, drapes, car- Taylor

peting. Avail June 4. $115.00 The Office vof Civil and Defense Has OeningsThe Center. And, William Tobin, Donald
4652 I Mobilization was'established The big question debated was:
Mrs. Watkins. Ext. 789, -
I for the of directing Jax Air News still has Resolved: U. S. Government Wallace, C L. Warrington, :)r.,
I Mark Waters
3 Bdrm furn hse, avail June 1. the civil defense and defense vacancies on its staff. Should Continue Farm Support Donald Whithead, Nathaniel White wilson
Lakeshore. EV 9-4870 after 1830. mobilization programs.OCDM's Any military personnel with Program. I' -

Unfurn Duplex, new, two Bdrm National Plan is a journalism experience or interested I ''Debating affirmative were Ken :. and Robert_ Young.

Masonry, $75 per month, Orange complete statement of the responsibilities in learning the profession Scales, Bill Clearman, and Bill inspiring one, with plenty of
Park CO 4-8631. and nonmilitarycourses are urged to check into Clark, with Scales offering the dramatics
and table
this chance for I' thumping.
2 Bdrm unfurn hse, 4817 Shir- of action of Federal, State their future. rebuttal. Taking the negative I The audience decided it was a
ley St., between Blanding and and local governments, and the I, were Ezra Batte, John Lindberg, draw.
individual Contact the editor in Room and Walt Stanul with Batte,
Cassat Ave. Apply 4779 ShirleySt. citizen for carryingout pre
the CD mission.BASICALLY 230, Administration Building, senting the rebuttal. Tuesday's meeting is
extensions 216 or 8164. slated for 1830 at Karl Hellen-
Unfurn 3 Bdrm brick hse, fen- this mission is to The debate was a spirited, tlal's Restaurant.

ced yd, Avail June 12, EV 80990. protect life and property from .. ,:, .,
d'frR.a? ,:Xn. )+;n fi+rx { {?ea+:y x v{ :.a.4
3 Bdrm unfurn gar apt, kit effects of attack or disaster by :;i,: ,.<, : 3 ;r.;< xro: *
preparing for and carrying out
equipped. $60. 4326 AppletonAve. I
EV 9-0421. emergency functions to prevent,
minimize, and repair injury or 'qyi
1 Bdrm turn hse, 5934 South damage.If :;; ;.; .
Firestone Rd. SP 1-2145.
the National Plan is
1 Bdrm unfurn hse, kit equip,
brought into
battle action its
water furn. porch, large yd, furn effectiveness will '
depend entirely
avail. Avail after June 1. 5148
on previous support given by
5160 next door $
101 St. Apply the public. +
$50, SP 1-1142.
Wanted Ultimately the bulk of both

Ride Wanted-Lake Forest Hillsto national and state plans must be
executed on a local level; it is
Bldg. 110. 0730 and 1600. 594
or PO 8-1151 Casciani. here you and I fit into the pic-

Ride wanted Ribault Manor to ture.At
: a tr'a
present, warning of impending -
NAS 0730 to 1600 Ext. 451 or attack E F;
can be flashed to 276
PO 5-5607. points in a matter of seconds. f .
Riders to Corpus Christi, Tex By July 1 this capability will be t.rt .
Fri. 1530 share Exp. M. S, Lif- augmented by 88 radio stationsand

shutz, Shop 4272.' 3523 Boone 12 tie-ins to radio networksand

Park Ave. extension to 100 additional

Notice points will be made in the com
Due to circumstances beyondour ing fiscal year.

control, the regular meetingof This is but one of the many k f'w

Marine Wives Club, usually protective CD measures but

held in King Hall, was held i in what does it mean to you?

the MAD Office, Building 512. IT MEANS your chances to ..on
_... _
had of notifying secure against attack are greater; FUTURE CHAMPS GET INSTRUCTIONS ne M/Sgt. Ned Hanson in
Sorry, we no way that water) instructs
complete and continuing instructions young members of the Beginners Swim Class, sponsored by the Marine Career Wives'
anyone. Watch the Air and information will aboard the Station. Assisting M/Sgt. Hanson is Mrs. Shirley Currty, (standing) Marine Club
News for location of our next be furnished, and that no break- wife and GySgi. George: Fenwick of the Marine Air Detachment. Beginners classes are career h.l d
thrice weekly from 0900 to 1100 in Outdoor POJ 518 and are open to preschool
meeting, June 1. down in communications will re- of NATTCenter Marine personnel. age children
"' I



21 May 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page' 5

Medical[ In Boydston Duford Blaze


|Upset RoleSoftball r Way In Bowling Action

[n FAETU 'A jumped into the National League lead while

VP-18 "A" and Special Services were changing top two

Upstart Medical, holding the positions in the American League in action last week in

pper arm throughout, blazed its Mainside intramural bowling competition.

>-ay to a startling 2-1 win over Special Services fell from the
reviously unbeaten VP-18 to roost after pacing the AL for 187 high mark, tops among loop

ighlight Mainside intramural the past several weeks. FAETU rollers.
"A" is back the NL ladder Bob Duford of Marine Bar-
>ftball activity last week. a top
after leading the league for a racks duplicated Boydston's
The Medics rode to glory one \5S
American League double feat by
C ak\: V; brief spell earlier in the season.
solid right wing of Earl Bisp
HIGH HONOR crowns in the taking high game and ,
> veteran slab artist. with 216 and 617, respectively.O .
All fell last week to Bill Lloydof
In other action last week, MARTD who holds high average & R, long a doormat in bow-

TU's powerful club down- with 172. Jack Boydstonof ling circles, came alive last weekto

FAETU, 8-3; VP-18 came back Disbursing carved out high post high team honors, withan

[ trip the Marine Barracks, 13-3, game and series with a 217 and 899 game and 2527 series.

Supply swamped Hospital, 584 respectively. STANDINGS

ComFair Jax "A" grabbed high American League
Tam L Pet.
Iso, the Marine Barracks .----.......... .............................__........_ 'm team game with an 880 and high VP-18 9 '.719
ed the hero role in another AIDING IN UPSET WIN Jim Murley of Medical scampers set of 2460. Special 8 9 .714.079

[>lay of David vs. Goliath in to first bate after an infield grounder during the game that ,IN THE National circuit, Don MARTD 9 .079
ting NARTU later in the caw the Medics upset highly-regarded VP-18, 21, in Malnsida Emch of the Mad Dogs bounced VW-4 VAP-62" 16 7 650.600
softball play last week at Mustin Field. First baseman
Wally 13 .594
20-15. Hospital
back into contention high
'Pridgeon waits for ball that came from the shortstop just in among Fasron 15 .583
other contests, FAETU time to nip Murley. *" average keglers, now holding a NARTU 12 .571

ped Fasron 109, 10-8; Ord- 679th 17 18 .528.550

and Gunnery downed the | lax Navy In 1,,>\;,,,1. "14'." .< .' ". .-".4f',.'" :..'''f\1o'1' /II,>,(>' y.:!'h" r., : """'""")ot'\I'.n.F''.'('t"'a J'l.". :':,t': Oak 17 10 .469.484

(mites, 13-8; the Hornets : VAP-62 13 .458'
MARTD, 11.5, and the t1tAxJ.tR' ; } VA-44 20 .444
j \ Photo 18 .357
took win via the Third Place 1:11"1 i 21 .344
a for- .' '
/ :. 'j'r:: Waves 14 .333
_ _/route:; from Communications. ,. :...) \ : ; J FAETU 20 .289
>Inistration suffered two Finish r: ,,,\ 'l'JP"t" .\ '. .' l f.1 4.. ;,' VW-4 19 .321
Spike ; "B"W 21 .250
eats'' ? 2-0 blanking by VAP-62 ., .' ,,.....", .1.,,...{,Jf,. ,<" ..:,$'>.1"' ".." "t\" '< <...,til"b'f,, :f. 'joI'l>'I>) ,.;f.'i11'', ....., ..,',;,, """; ",.'." NAS
f I .
: II l' *, ,:i"(. t' .J. .
.i' ......._ _. .. __I'. t .. t:> "
aii' 14-12 defeat by Public The volleyball gear room is --!'+ O'PW0.' fl1"f:'lb.-- r+ r..r--.r. W Lucky 7 .750
iTorfcs.-n : : under lock and key for another: VW-4 9 .679.667
FA W-11 12
.: ..fIr the;nightcap of the week, year after close of the season I Bill Crittendon's Near Miss MAD O & R : 13 8 :.667.594
last week which Jax :
F:)'asrolSix,: carved out an easy saw Navy I VW-4 9 .550
, finish third in the Military phaseof Supply 15 ..531Galley
16-2 Public
Winjover| Works. 15 .531
the National AAU Tourney in : Leads Hole-In-One ContestA X-3 > 17 .528

..,f f1, Des Moines, Iowa. :1 VAP-62 Marine 19 16 .472.500
T 1.1;l Jax Navy conquered Memphis I beautiful shot within six'inches of the cup has pulledBill NARTU 15 15 .464.464

'' Navy, 9ND and the Cerry Point Crittendon into the lead in the Navy Relief HoleInOneContest VP-18 20 .444

i WATERLINE Marines, while losing to Hickham' underway at the NAS Jax golf course.A Fasron 19 16 .406.429
Field and Los Alamitos, a verit- sizeable turnout have taken 21 .250
feet, six inches of the cup, and I 879th 23 .J 79
i able athletic
4 Navy giant. swings at the elusive flag during V A-f4 32 .111
Ray Bier, who has a 38-inch stabas
After years of arm twisting and first two day's competition in
his best effort.
persuasion from spike fans, the the week-long charity event
new Jax: Navy Sailing colors for the CRACKERJAX
Navy has adopted volleyball into with Crittendon besting the field. womenis
site at the foot of Ranger. Mrs. Bill Kendrick, who got
the overall"varsity program. ANOTHER second-day foe, ROMP AGAINThe
',was the scene of much ac- into the spotlight Tuesday witha
Sunday when the club 1960 will see the onset of com- Dick Medford, pushed one within shot within 15% inches of the Jax Navy Crackerjax,

host to other yachtsmens petition throughout the service in seven-and-one-half inches of cup, far outstanding the field. after postponement of a game
the rim while Comdr. Ken Kim-
area in the Greater Jaxg Regional and All-Navy Trailing Mrs. Kendrick are with Eglin AFB, came home
play. berling came in third with an
Regatta. eight-inch Mrs. Sam Horton, with a four and settled for another rompin

rteen boats were 'entered Ralph Callaghan, a spearheadof try. foot, 10 inch shot; Mrs. Stan the City League, dumping

many spectators on hand to the Flier squad, has been Holding fourth place currentlyis Pulanski, six feet, and Mrs Tom State Farm, 16-4, last week.

ect the new clubhouse and chosen official playerrepresentative Bill Kimball, who knocked the Pennyworth, who has a five foot, Sofia Sayatovich was big

: their favorites on to yic- from the entire East Coast pellet up to the 10-inch mark on two inch effort to her credit. bat wielder for the Waves

for Navy clubs. Tuesday. with two home runs. Jane Mil-
Many handsome prizes have
,ith, about 12 knots of wind I Best effort opening day was been donated by local merchantswith ler also had a four bagger,

the east, the three-mile i Taylor Sanford, Ft. Lee, Va., turned in by Don Hodges, who most of them still remainingto along with a single. Barbara

se was negotiated in 29 min- ,'baseball coach and older brotherof fashioned an 11-inch effort while be won. Olivera had a perfect night

by winner, Bill Quay in a San Francisco Giant's right- Bill Campbell was second that with three hits in three timesat
ing Dutchman. hander Jack Sanford, has touted day with a shot that landed 13 All proceeds of the affair are bat.

\i Bantam class Comdr. such diamond i luminaries as inches from "home." given to Navy Relief Society to Judy Bozeman, ace hurler

cy Rich in Gamma No. 573 Floyd Baker, Vic Raschi and OTHER good tries opening day help in its current drive for for the Crackerjax, continuedin

ced second and third in the Mickey Vernon to major league were turned ih by Don Howard, funds to assist the Navy's needy. fine form by striking but

heats. Ensign Washington clubs. who stroked one to within two five batters in the two inningsshe

for of AGO School, in Delat worked.

.,574, placed third and second. The next' scheduled game
| against a service team will be

34148,9.b June 6-7, at NAS Jax's En-
{Water skiiers should be on theert 1. What first baseman
did Lou terprise Field. The Crackerjaxhave
for the Third Annual Slal-
Gehrig replace in the Yankee a three win, no loss re-
Tournament slated for Doc-
1t lineup? cord.
b's Inlet June 27. *
2. The book and "Fear
1 Contest rules and entry blanks : movie
fill be available May 26 at J$ 2223* 21 25 2tf 2 Strikes Out" recounted the life AGO (B) Linksters Pad
of what colorful
baseball hero
uildings 704 and 614. :
Intramural Lead
still active in the majors?

3. What three-time PrincetonAll Aviation Ground Officers School

'.' "B" team gained ground on second -
t S America gridder
istolmen Grab S b and Heis-'
winner place AE School last week,
man Trophy spurned pro
and now lead the Sparkies by
football for
a career as a lawyer?
ensacola TitleThe 4. What college did basket- three full games in NATTCentergolf

: <'xY ball's backcourt great Bob Cousy league. competitionAGO
Jax Navy Pistol team, 44Y play for? (A) pulled to within

[marting from defeat in the 6ND 6+ one-half point of AE School, and
4 5. From whom did Rocky Mar.
ournament, journeyed to Pensa- now trail league-leading AGO
ciano win the world's
pola to participate in' the Fesival heavy- (B) by three-and-a-ahalf games.
f Five Flags last week

The Fliers shut out all compe- '. (Answers to the Quiz) Mike Nixon coach of the
ye ': % 33s'f'vier' r x Yq } > of 9i
tition with a 1036 high team < r y R'r 'ZS6I 'ez ';daSoa1eM 'Skins, looking ahead to when

|score, defeating Pensacola and eot lesser ,no pajpoujj; ejj '5 Eddie LeBaron retires, has an-'

hiting Field and walking off 'ssoz0 dloH 'J'JtI8wnx nounced that ex-Bolling AFB

[with first place.G. .....A ENDAR...., ... ,_ ., __. T ; :J( ta 'C'suvJpuI quarterback Ralph Guglielml
D. Carapolitti took 'two hon- GIRL Vivacious Kim Parker proves easy- will handle the signal calling
pUHJ0A [::> eqJ
on-the-eyes as she reveries the usual position assumed in a
ors in the .45 cal sharpshooterssection. chaise lounge. She's our girl for June. Knew you wouldn't ioj pi.Tpeuea'I ueld WIt 'z chores in the club's six exhibi-

mind our rushing things a little. 'ddJd ltI8JA '1 tion games. I


Page 6 JAX AIH NEWS 21 May 1959

I I .andFacilities 21 27 n I I
Schedule of SpecialServices May --

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

HAS, Bid?. 612ICATTCentor 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only
Legion of the Kings Go Forth Bombers B-52 The Hanging Paris Holiday Al Jennings This Earth
Lost Tree of Oklahoma is Mine

Bldg. S63 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
The D. I. Legion of Lost Kings Go Forth Bombers B-52 Hanging Tree Paris Holiday Al Jennings

KocpllalLIBRAHIES 1000 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 onlyBombers 1900 only 1900 only
Riot in Prison The D. I. Legion of Lost Kings Go Forth B-52 Hanging Tree Paris Holiday


NAS.Dld 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

NATTCenler Bldg.563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

HAS,Bldg. ass 1000-2100 1000-2100( 1000-2100 \ 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

If ATTCenier,Bldg. 503
\ 1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2409 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000-2200
Red Coats Frank Williams Frank Williams Crew's Dance Bingo

EM. NATTCenter 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1400-2380 1400-2330 1400-2330 ...

EMNARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230 .

HAS Gym, Open
0900-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-2100( 0900-2100 0900-2100

NATTConier Gym Open fI
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

If AS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB

NATTCenter Bowling.... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB 1300-2200 OB0600Dark 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB of 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB
Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0730Dark 0600.Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0830.Dark

Golf Course 0800-1800 .

Fish Camp 0800-% far. 0800-% hr. 0800-% hr. 0800-% hr. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed
Hobby Shop Bldg. 896 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1800-2100 ,Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-2000 1130-2000 1300-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 "1130-2000

SPECIAL EVENTS Birthday Party Dance Recital
: EM Lounge, King Hall
NATTC 2000-2200 1400 "\ \\rm :'t


Had Your Status Checked?

II You Might Get A Surprise

\ Are you one of the "Status Seekers" that Vance Pack
ard describes in his new book of that name?-a book which
another best-selling author, Harry Golden, has called "the
new geography of _American attitudes"
well, as a serviceman you
teacher) includes staff sergeant.
don't have to worry about your
status. Sociologists on a "Chicago AND, COMING down to the
Tribune" project have assigned fifth-status level (skilled factory
a status rating to each major man, policeman, carpenter,"bar
occupation in the Chicago area tender) you find corporal.
after analyzing the skill and That finishes the military in
responsibility involved. They the seven layers of status. But
gave a rating of from one to corporals can take heart that in
seven to about 300 occupations. the seven layers of status they
THE HIGHEST-status group outrank group six (taxi driver,
includes the following: licensed waitress, riveter, stock clerk)
architect, stockholder, medical and the seventh (coal miner,
specialist, federal judge, bishop, scrub-woman, hod-carrier, street
and military officer of flag (general cleaner). PERFORM SUNDAY All personnel are inviled to attend
) rank. a Hawaiian Dance Recital slated Sunday at 1400 in King HalL
doubted the social
In the second-status If you ever FOUR AIRCRAFT The youngsters pictured above will have leading roles in the
group status of couple of stripes, ,
your performance all of them showing the steps they've learned
sociologists put: newspaper editor remember sociology's in your TRADES OPEN during dancing classes sponsored by the E-7 Wives Club aboard
executive, city or county the Station. Tickets for the recital may be purchased at the door
judge, corporation lawyer and corner. examinations or obtained at the Navy Wives' Nursery Building 560, before
colonel or Navy captain. Open competitive the day of the recital.

advertising Third status writer group, (professor minister), Two NATTC Honormen I of for eligibles establishing to be a used register in I May Birthday .Night, Dance Recital Set I

skips the military. But the fourth filling immediate vacancies at -
(bank clerk, factory foreman, Remain Here For Duty NAS Jax in the positions of Special Services has two entertaining dances.

chain store manager, grade school Robert Schmehl, AEAN,. of St. four aircraft trades have been week. Tonight events(Thursday on tap) is this the Appearing at 1400 in King

Jax Wives Mary's Q., and Pfc. Richard Suf- announced. v May Birthday Party and Dance Hall, the dancers will replace
the movie usually held at that
foletto, of Miami, Fla., are honor Exams will be held for positions at the EM Lounge, Building 593,
(Continued from Page 1)) time. Admission for adults is one
students of Class 5904 from Aviation maker from 2000 to 2200.
of instrument ,
nessee, Virginia, West Virginia, dollar, for children, 50 cents.
Bermuda, Canal Zone and Puerto Electrician's Mate School, aircraft metal fabricator, air* Mrs. McHugh wants to hear
Rico. Class A at NATTCenter. craft accessories and equip from all those born in the moon Psychiatrist: "I wouldn't be too

Each club gave its yearly report Pfc. Suffoletto, who headed the ment repairman and aircraft of Strawberries (May) so they upset about your boy making
and exchanged ideas as to instrument phase, will remain at mechanic (motor). can be properly feted tonight. mud pies. The fact that he some
how each unit, can be of service NATTCenter in AE School Sup Further information con The second item is a dance recital times tries to eat them is also
.to its comunity. next Sunday, May 24. Mrs. quite normal."
in AE cerning these jobs can be had
Schmehl specialized
Navy Wives Club No. 86 won port. by contacting the Employment Jean LeCompte will bring a Mother: 'I'm not so sure about
the membership award' for clubs maintenance, and' moves to NAS Office in Building 907. troupe from the Mililani Dance that, doctor, and neither is his
..,with roster of 41 or more. Jax with VA-44. Studio to present, Hawaiian wife."