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:" Jet-Flying Insects Hit Stratosphere HereIn "' J

History-Making Temperature TestsTests :


that may be making roaches, grasshoppers and flour arc to safeguard not only our
scientific history are well beetles high into the stratosphere agriculture but the health of
/ y into their second week at the in order to determine the our people."

Disease Vector Control Center maximum degree of cold the in. Sullivan looks at the control

base of operations for W. sects can survive. problem in terms of time, altitude .
N. Sullivan, entomologistwith and temperature. All
H "TilE JET AGE is bringing us
rfa +fxafr the Entomology Ke- a lot of problems, not the least three involve interlacing factors.
search Branch, Research of which is the hitchhiking insect For instance, the aerosol bomb-
Service, Department of Agri. ," Sullivan explained. "Last which Sullivan was instrumentalin
culture. year about 90,000 planes flew in developing in WWII days- ,
Concerned with the disinsec. and out of this country. That was fine in conventional typo
tion of aircraft, and with the cooperation figure will be doubled within the aircraft But it is too slow and
of Fleet Air Jackson. next five years, which gives the time delay too costly for the
ville, Sullivan is sending thousands some idea of what we face and speedy jets! If it can be proved

wrv of fleas, flies, mosquitoes, must be prepared to meet if we (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
FLIGHT David Hayden
left), entomologist with the
Disease Vector Control Centerat -
NAS Jar, and W. N. Sullivan .
entomologist from the Re.
search Branch of Research J1lX
Services, Agriculture Depart.
ment, count insects temporarily
knocked out by carbon dioxide
before caging them for alti
tude-temperature tests. Twenty
insects are placed in each care,
which is then wired to
a jetplane. VOL-14 No. 46 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 21 February 1957

Salk Vaccine First Begins March 18

Available 21 And UnderA To 3 Charity Drives

limited supply of Salk Poli- Ny

omyelitis Vaccine is now avail-
Outlined For 1957
able at the NAS Dispensary for 4

distribution to
military person-
nel under 21 years of age on a Preliminary plans for the "modus operandi"! of charity
voluntary basis. drives in compliance with the Approved Policy and Programfor

Due to the fact that there Fund Raising within the Federal Establishments are being
have never been over 25 cases r placed in motion locally by a Navy-Duval Steering Com-
of polio per 100,000 service mittee selected to coordinate the program.

men a year, the disease cannotbe Plans for three drives in which and Adults, and United Cerebral
considered as being of suf- local military and civilian per. Palsy. Since the American Heart
ficient military importance to sonnel may participate were announced Association and the National

warrant the mandatory immu- a x by the committee, with Multiple Sclerosis Society parti
nization of all military person- the first in the series'to begin cipated in the United Fund drive,
wmnel, acording to an official rd' ,;f> March 18. they will not be included in tho

BuMed publication.For TilE ONLY THREE DRIVESto forthcoming health agency campaign -

that reason, the vaccine 'I POLIO SIIJJT Loretta Chastain, YNSN, is being administered be permitted during 1957 arc No official information has
is administered her Salk Vaccine shot at the NAS Dispensary by James the National .Health Agencies, been received from the National
on a strictly
% Cercy, UN. The vaccine Is available for military personnel under
voluntary basis. 21 years of age. Wave Chastain is attached to Military Personnel and Crusade for Freedom and Tuberculosis Association of its
Office. Care. Inc., to be held from March desire to be included in the drive.
The vaccine, which is avail-
18 through April 26 Relief
able for personnel under 21 at ; Navy I "TRUE VOLUNTARY giving" .

the present, will be made avail New Bill Would Give EM munity Society Chest-United May-June; and Fund the drive Com, I is the theme of the new program.All .
able to personnel in older age implications of coercion or
in October.
groups as it is made availableto pressure to donate are to be
the dispensary. Five health groups have been avoided in all solicitations for

-...- Break On Retirement PayAn banded together for mutual con- contributions, it was emphasized.The .
venience in the first, drive begin
WEATHER OUTLOOK ning March 18. These are the new policy sets up a plan
inequity which give officers a break over enlisted men in
American Cancer Society, The whereby all hands make contributions -
Friday Partly I cloudy and figuring retirement pay, will be corrected if two indentical bills Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation to charity within units by
cool. now before Congress are approved.
Muscular Dystrophy As- key personnel. These key men
Saturday Partly Cloudy and Supported by the Pentagon, I sociation of America, National will distribute envelopes to all
cooler. the bills would permit enlistedmen items under the Cordiner plan Society for Crippled Children (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 5)
as well as officers to use the would work for various groupsof
Sunday Cloudy and warmer. number of years creditable for personnel cover such mattersas ... ',.' .".""'...'.
-----S.---- pay purposes: in figuring retired persons with more pay credit rofy k'yyh'y a x' ::'-" .
pay. At present enlisted men can than actual years service; enlisted .,
VA-44 Brings only use active duty years in men in E-7 drawing pay of ::: .'
figuring retired pay. E-8 or E-9; advancement on retired -:.
37 'E' Awards list; and recall grade.
Those on the retired list for
the effective date of the.Cordiner. An O-8 in Cordiner "Step II,"
Back To JaxThe pay package could figure pay with 20 years pay and active
under the new plan if desired, or service, figures 2.5 percent of
high flying "Hornets" of choose to continue under the cur- $905 times 20, which equals 50
Attack Squadron 44 returned to rent rates. percent or $452.50. With 20 years
Jacksonville Saturday with an EXAMPLES OF HOW it stacksup actual plus six years creditable "
impressive record of 37 individual are seen in an O-5, retired non-EAD time, he figures 2.5 4. ,
.' "E's" received during Atlantic with 20 years service and draw- percent of $905 times 26, which
Fleet Bombing Competition. at ing $304.20, who refigures his retirement equals 65 percent or $588.25.

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. pay under the Cordiner EMS IN E-7 drawing E-8 or

The Squadron, which has been plan at $372.50, assuming he had E-9 pay, compute retired pay on
absent from NAS Jax for five been an O-5 for.four years, by the basis of E-8 or E-9.
taking the equivalent in-step pay /.a
weeks, returned with the 37 "E's"won
An E-7 who retires at 20 years, t
in rate which he would have been ,8 1f
separate but advances to O-3 (highest
drawing if on duty in 0-5 after
Comdr. T. J. Taylor, squadron approval of Cordiner proposals, grade held) at 30 years active
skipper, pointed out that, "Our minus Cordiner's "active duty and retired list service, computeshis '
retired at that of O-3 at
outstanding accomplishments dur- pay supplemental." The same pay ,
ing the past few weeks would option would apply to retired the equivalent step held on reline
have been impossible without the enlisted man.WHILE quishing that grade. ;
all-out effort of every man in the CORDINER proposals Reservists called back to active .
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squadron. It was a team victoryall established two E-8 would enter at their
super grades, duty ap-
the MEET MAUREEN O'HARA Hollywood' lovely Maureen
way. and E-9! persons currently re propriate in-step position. An O- O'Hara, star of MGM's "The Wings of Eajles is crowned as
The Navy "E," awarded by tired could not convert to such 3 with two years in grade, on "Miss Naval Aviation 1957" by Lt. F. II. Grelow (left) of Naval ,
ComAirLant, is given for a high ranks and the higher pay rates, recall enters the O-3 second step Air Reserve Facility, Birmingham and Lcdr. Dan Horne Jr., of
degree of individual bombing pro- officials state. Explanations of and begins drawing base pay of NARTU Jar Miss O'Hara officiated at the annual conference of
Naval Aviation Cadet Procurement officer held at Long Beach
ficiency. how other retirement and related $435 monthly. California.PREPARING .


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f. VFP82, VF.173, A-175 Report ,


Scouting Squadrons -,-

every Thursday tor Navy and Marine acUvItles at Naval Alt -NOT
Station, JacklOn me. Florida t
JUS' Jaeks.nvW VFP-62 drographic office in providing in-

Capt.Comdr.William Robert S.II.lUrrli Smith .. .._.W., ..,..._Commanding. Executive. Officer Olllcer Three members of Light Photo formation for safe transit of our Landscaping and
Air J.d..OD'm. graphic Squadron 62 have received northern continental sea lane. I. resecdmg of
Rear Adm. Dclbert S. Corn ells Commander the patio area is now in
Capt. S. S. Searcy Jr. _. Chief ol Stall commendations for various Another recent addition Walt at the CPO Club. When process
Fleet Air VVUf Uena
1956. I
Capt. Down F. t McLeod CommanderComdr. achievements during Scallan, PHI also received a swimming pool
T. S. While .. -uT. ,,.......,.... Chief Staff OttleerCapt. Ken Norton AN, is in receiptof for his patio open
Naval! ATTTefhBlcal Trilalag i Crater letter of commendation it is hoped that new grass wui
Charles L. Moore Jr. _. Commanding Officer letter commending him for
: a member of special
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleclmian __, ......... ..-............Executive Officer work" part as a have grown around the entire
:Naval llMpltalHAUTU his recent "outstanding underwater photo team which area of the patio and
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer CommunityFund patio bar.
Capt. Marcy Shupp ......_... Executive Officer for the Navy-Duval worked on three projects for the Patrons are requested
: campaign. Pictorial Center at Ft. to re
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer Army frain from walking in the
Comdr. William E. lardy Executive Officer Carlos C. Garza ATI, who only Eustis, Va. being reseeded. area

The JAX AIR NEWS .Is published at the U. S. Naval Air' Station. recently reported aboard, received Lt. William V. Gillen, arrived Chicken
Jacksonville I .Florida and printed commercially with appropriated fundsat or Shrimp in a basket
expert** to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. a letter of commendation stateside ahead of the squadron at only l-per-order is
Nov. VJ45 Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the now be.
for his work as a flight crew detachment he was deployedwith
Naval Air' Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the ing featured at the club
U. S. Naval Hospital. member with Patrol Squadron 26 aboard the Coral Sea, in Another dining
.._...__...M. Dave Beesley room. new feature
Service Information Of ticer- in Argen- his is
birth of
deployed daughter
Managing Editor Andrew II. I'laney while it was time for the Pizza Pie prepared with
Staff\ Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes i FH1; John label), SA; tia, Newfoundland.The Kathleen. A son Thomas mush.
Ren Sylar, SA; Doug Blowers, AA. rooms or anchovies. The club
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service squadron accomplished a Paul was born to Roland R. especially recommends
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Pizza Pie
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republlcatton of other difficult photographic mapping Barnes, AK2, and Mrs. Barnes. Lacoco or Laromano, priced
matter except by service, publications. Is prohibited without permission ol of the Bellot Strait area that 167 at
Editor.: JAX AIR NEWS. survey Education reports en- sixty-five and seventy-fi\c cents
R,116.Kdltorlal 216: and 8161.offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension which materially aided the hy- listed men from the squadron Orders are accepted to take out.

participated in the fleetwide advancement
2 "" :;::1N -;-' m :}"''". in rating exams. Thir- A television set has been
Comdr. Covell :;' 'f7'-j placed in the dining room of the
: ty tried for chief, with 23 for club for the convenience of patrons -
first 55 for second and 59 for and their children.
New Assistant third.
Patrons desiring to hold pr,
w Detachment 37 with Banshees I vate parties should contact the

Supply Officer has left for a one week excursion club management at Ext. 369

on the FDR. .-
Comdr. Leon C. Covell Jr. hasrelieved Planes from the Coral Sea Detachment points for the team.

Capt. J. V. Koch as as- 31 flew into the patternover Under the guiding eyes of Lt

sistant Supply Officer, arrivingin r [ Q last weekend. Enlisted per- (jg) Robert Fender the newly

Jacksonville last week from vMi sonnel were airlifted from Nor- organized bowling team got off

previous duty from the Navy Department folk early Tuesday morning. The to a fine start by taking four

Washington, P. C squadron's Randolph detachment, points from the VW-4 officers,

where he was head of.the Mobilization ; 36 is expected to be home by Top men with 201 points was

: Material Reserve Branch this weekend. Walter Gorski, ADC. Other mem-

Planning Division, Bureau of bers are Elmer Ager, AN, Reuben .
Supplies and Accounts. VF-173 Berg ADI; Ensign Roland

Capt. Koch assumed duty on This week VF-173 will advancetwo Fiorino; Patrick Froncillo SN;

Monday of this week as Navy men to AT3 as a result of Lt. John Handley; Barry Laight.!

Supply Officer MCAS Cherry the examinations for Emergency SN; Ltjg( ) Donald Mairose

Point, N. C. Before departing he 1Wid Service Rates held in November. Floyd McFann, AN and Haven

was presented with a "gold- Putting on the crow will be Morrison, ADI. The team is

plated wire brush" by officers of Nicholas Lando, Brooklyn N. Y. scheduled to meet Fasron-Si'

the Supply Department "for the and Leon Quave, Biloxi Miss. "A" team tonight.

generous application of the Both men are graduates of AT-A .

fibrous metallic instrumentality school, Memphis. Congratulationsare VA-175
GIFT FROM COLLEAGUES Lt. II. E. Thurmond Jr. (left I ), 4
inspired by the fecundity of the machine records division officer, presents a "cold-plated wire also to be extended to Nelson An all hands steak fry and bet,

recommendations made by the brush" to departing Capt. J. V. Koch, assistant NAS'Supply officer, White, AO1, who signed hid muster at the Skeet Club Ian

Inspector General Supply Corps.. and a "monkey-see, monkey-do" citation composed by fellow officers fourth enlistment contract for Thursday initiated new personnel .

Comdr. Covell was born in in the department. Capt. Koch, transferred to MCAS Cherry four. years on the Feb. 15. into the lighter side of life
Point, appears somewhat askance, but his relief Comdr. Leon
Seattle Wash., and obtained botha Covell Jr. (right), is much amused by the surprise "gift." Reporting in from NTC Bain- among the "Devil's Diplomats
BS and BA degree at the University ---- bridge this week are Paul An- and at the same time provided arousing

of Southern California. Ultrasonic Jets Need till, AA, Mt. Vernon Ohio, and send-off for the member

Entering the Navy in Oct., 1940, I Brian Cole AA, North Canton of the squadron who are now

with a reserve commission, he Ohio; and from NATTCenter participating in "0 per a t Ion
was called to active duty in More Operating Memphis i Clifton Bernier, Snowball" aboard the USS

March 1941.Serving ATJAN. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
men who fly the newest airplane in stable flight
with the Supply After four straight wins the the afternoon
thing in jet aircraft are com- Despite balmy
throughout its speed
Corps throughout his years of range. VF-173 cagers were defeated in
and the of steak and
plaining of lack of elbow
When tied into the plane'spower
service Comdr. Covell intramural basketball
per league
softball -
consumed spirited
in the regions. a
formed wartime duty in the room upper control system a pilot play by VF-171. Throughout the by the
South and supply They say that the ultrasonic can enjoy a ride which is game was
Pacific was season, Ltjg( ) John Steel has officers and men. The officers
officer aboard two aircraft carriers jets actually can run com- smoother than a transport- paced the team with his high

the Rendova and the pletely out of space in almostno type plane, at three times the scoring and this game was no won, 10-3.
time at all. As the sky speed. On Monday a detachment of
Princeton. While aboard the lat exception as he chalked up 24
ter, a commercial movie starring shrinks so does the unknown, 36 men and seven pilots departed
with flyers already crowding Mayport aboard the Rooseveltfor
Van Johnson and Walter Pidgeon CROSSWORD
was filmed with the stars play- against aviation's next fron- PUZZLEACROSS the North Atlantic on "Op

ing Naval officers. "They did tier-the thermal barrier, in I' a- r 1. a eration Snowball" complete with

which heat could impair struc- exposure suits and long under
okay, with a little coaching, he Jmehl: I J H
said. tual strength.A. 7-iJincm wear.

lIe was promoted to Ltjg( ) W. LeVier director of II 13--ruffed-Hu\m. for up dory 16 I. ,., /,/, Intended primarily to test theship's
flying operations for Lockheed 15 Prefix\ : twicelaCompeneallon j and arresting gear
in 1942 to lieutenant six months 5 :Ie // 2i t'l'/ ii catapult
later to lieutenant commanderin Aircraft Corp. has revealed l5l'repoaitlonI5Frult ,/ V/ at below freezing temperatures,
(hat technological advance- drink 11 zq ,/ ; ys will)) also
1945 and to his present rank UI'ukl'h 15,1.; the three-week cruise

In July 1951. ments within the aircraft Industry 22 23:-Fruit Trmporar aced)' 11 ... ....... 11 I'V/" indoctrinate squadron personnel -
particularly in super- shelter JJS in the problems encounteredin
Long Heads Warrant sonic flight, are making it 25tinlnlereatlnQperson Hoem > a. : /,:% ::/I ,i conducting flight operations

possible to fly and live at high 17 (ilrl'i .. 1 35 i 47 ,. under extreme conditions.
Officers speeds and high altitudes 25 Rained name f. squadronare
GroupChief Latest arrivals in the
which a few years ago seemed JI-Organ ofhearing IV.I" 1"" / ,!
Warrant Officer R. G. I"l//" Louis Fricks YN1, who reported
unattainable. As an examplehe J2 Skill l '" ol
Long assistant officer-in-charge J J-Seml-pre liuu* ,/h r" 'tS 'l/ aboard from the
decribes the "sen- V Lo-
of the NAS Commissary Store, system" of Lockheed'snew stoneSPeople of ." 0 'I' ., / ,_ ComCarDiv Three; and John ,
was elected president of the Jax sory Mr one Mill 1//" ;or./ tito, AN, and Corenth owen
F-104A day-and-night :J9-To"ard the JI 61 g
Warrant Officers Group. at a fighter. xhrllerert alde4eItlenl (IS Sit I AA, both from Norfolk.

held in the I ,. J .
luncheon meeting I 9
The device senses minute 42 Girl' mime I I
Officers Club Annex, Naval Sta- : .!=Axed I I AE School Honors
angular motions about all Pertaining to ti .... ..---.a.
tion Elected Green to Cove serve Springs.with him were three axes and automatically 4a-Itirll'I the cheek beak V Go To FitzgeraldRay

adjusts for them to keep the 47-Flench ankle' I -Slrlkell out lZ-SI.nlrd AEMAN. of
t Warrant Officers R. II. Cassidy, 45-Movei out 3-A ,1.1., tabbr.) 17seed I-JII"'frd. Fitzgerald,
t Atlantic: Fleet Reserve Group "After another year," said the SO--Self.Ijind
: Green Cove Springs, vice-presi- Mess Hall Chief, "I guess we'll personiVLanded ntf'r..d'r.--\ : :" 22--eelh.n 21- -Freeman I 4x-4tintend Remainder: honor man of last week's grad
I t-Sf"'IIJlaprr ,. Electri
Ii' dent; A. Pupkin, Atlantic Fleet have a chef." l'roi>*rty executive 2 2M--before Nobleman U-I'lcpr" ating class at Aviation at
RcserVe Group, Green Cove "What's a chef?" asked the IS-ruin Intopoftltton again ,--WiNxlen Write pin JO-Dln 62-linne H-lndlan cians' Mate School Class A
, *
Springs, secretary; and E. E. At- messcook."A Is-lode. 9::Flnlfh; 33-l'rlaert Z/--Aatert keeper arulberry NATTCenter.
'. NavY
,lq wood, Disease Vector Control chef is a man with a big fo DOWN --Indefinite ankle '::aG-\PC'lar"lS-I'amphlrlll\ Fitzgerald who joined the assigned

enough vocabulary to give the I J.!:" Ar u 1 -Withdraw.. J7-:
I treasurer soup a different name everyday." I (Answer on Page 8, Col. 4) to Utility Squadron California.Three,
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I ,Assignment ot f 4, Possibly 5, Carriers Due For Mayport

....._..... <.,>v ....... .. ...,.... ,.. .. "''" .' .. -

r. T; : .' :. Once Slumbering Base

,'.. '
:, ,..' Humming With ActivityThe

,, rapid buildup of NAAS Mayport long slumbering Naval
:4 T installation that started out as a Section Base and for a while, after
: WWII, was under cognizance of the Coast Guard indicates that its
t i i'' t future as an important East Coast carrier base is just beginning.Its .
.; .
.' course is charted by assignment -: facilities and area to accommo-

of four and possibly five date the situation, as Capt. G. J.

carriers to Mayport which only Frauenheim, comanding officer,

four years ago joyfully welcomed well knows. As a result, the public .
the carrier USS Lake Champlain, works office at Mayport has:

first to be home-based here. Last drawn up plans, laid out in four

summer the USS Franklin D. major projects, which arc not altogether
Roosevelt was assigned here, and visionary. All ore con

given a rousing welcome when sidercd urgent, in fact anyone
she steamed in from Bremerton, visiting the base and realizingthe

Wash., via Cape Horn enormous populations broughtin

NEWS THAT ON MAY 1 of with each carrier can 'readily

this year the powerful USS Sara- see the urgency for himself.At .

toga, largest of the Navy's flat. present the four projects

tops, will be homebased at May- have A-l Sixth Naval District

port brought the chart of the fu- priority, with the first on the list
ture into sharper focus, and inspired the provision of a third carrierberthing

considerable pencil workat facility at the north end
the shore base and the NAS of the basin adjacent to the first
Supply Department as resultant pier constructed.
urgent demands upon their resources -
became apparent. Now,
sists of land acquisition and avi- I
right on the heels of this, an announcement
,,t z by U.S. Rep. Charles gation, limiting the height of
structures to eliminate interference
so as -
E. Bennett, of Jacksonville, ad.
with flight .
vises that Mayport is slated to be
SARA'S NEW HOME IS MAYPORT The world's largest warship, the U. S. Navy carrier the "temporary home" of the Es. presently visualized, this will
USS Saratoga, shown steaming to the Mayport Carrier Basin during her last visit, will have NAAS sex-class USS Antietam, pending mean easement of buildingsacross
I Mayport as its home base as of May 1. It is the third carrier assigned to Mayport with another the the St. John's River on the
USS Antietam assigned "temporary home" at the neighboring: base. Still a fifth carrier is ex- establishment of its home base at Fort George side, probably out. .
pected to use Mayport as its "home"" base. NAS Pensacola
right purchase of river-front

'Aces' Of VF-171In Final PhaseOf Meanwhile the Coral other Sea carriers, and, the including heights property would there be where limited building to 20

attack carrier USS Ran
feet or less, and considerable acquisition -
Training For Upcoming CruiseMechanics dolph, which arrived here Tues- of land area between the
day, continue to use the Mayport base and the Atlantic Ocean.
technicians, and ordnancemen have been swarmingover basin, as well as escort vessels,
a recently accepted F2II-3 "Big Banshee" as VF-171 takes over submarines, and in fact Navy vessels The third project is listed as a

tr eight replacement aircraft. With the receipt of these aircraft, the of every type and size. 10,000-foot runway replacing an

"Aces" enter the final phase of training prior to their forthcoming ALL THIS ACTIVITY in the existing 4,000-foot runway.
Good luck on their examina Mediterranean deployment. And the fourth project is com-
basin cannot help but mean co-
pletion of the second carrier land.
tions extended to 34 Waves
are Since September 1955 when
ordinated ashore. As
activity a
year over 4,000 hours have been ing pier, the first increment of
who took exams for various the squadron last returned from fairly new naval auxiliary air
flown and over one thousand which was completed last summer -
rates and ratings. Results will be the Med, VF-171! has checked out successful carrier landings have station, Mayport lacks much in in order to accommodate the
sixteen new pilots in the "Big I
known in May.A been made. Much of this traininghas Roosevelt.As .
Banshee" following up with in-
hearty welcome aboard to doctrination, basic and advapced been accomplished at night Jones Of TraFacs of now funds are availablefor

Anna Bell Hoffman, AA; Rhonda training flights. Starting in under the all weather mission of Over alterations to existing facilities -
Piped Side
Brown, PHGAN; Rae Durette, March all pilots attended the the squadron. to accommodate a necessary

SKSA; Alice Sanstrom, AKAA; Special Weapons Delivery Schoolin SUPERSTITION has played no Claude B. Jones, AMC, was Fasron detachment. When all thisis
Norfolk and Detachment part in this type of safe flying. retired to he Fleet Reserve last out of the way, requests will be
Marion Brant CSG1 Judith Boz-
; 'Alfa"' for the jet instrumentcourse. Excellent maintenance and well week after 20 years of service. made for funds to permit con
man, PHGAN; Florence Blake- planned operating procedureshave. Jones, of the Training Facilities struction of such secondary matters
man, PHGAN; BeVerly Coddington Division at NATTCcntcr, was (to the Navy proper) as
IN JUNE TilE deployed
squadron -
PHGAN Jacqueline Gen-
; ,
Now piped over the side with full storage and transit warehouses.
to Key West for one with the Med cruise loom
ziano PHGAN Minnick
; Dorothy ,
EM barracks
a galley mess-
PHGAN; Prudence Rhoads, AGC; month of all weather intercept ing in the not too distant future, honors. hall
Beverly Humphery, DK2; Or- training, six weeks of weapons final emphasis is being placed on Jones, who entered the Navyin BOQ and Mess
(closed), and an adequate recreational -
"loft" and "over the shoulder" 1937 served aboard I
vetta Anderson, YNSA; and Vera training, low level navigation, February construction
Jerrell, AKAN. The Waves have and field carrier landing practice bombing and low level mission USS Langley (CV-1)) from 1937 .--=--...-program-
all reported aboard since the followed back in Jacksonville planning. As evidenced in the through 1938. Captured on Cor-

first of the year. In the latter part of August, daily routine, the squadron is regidor in 1942, he was a Japa- FAW-ll's Leading
turning to like "bees in a hive"to nese prisoner-of-war from 1942 i
VF-171 to "Gitmo" for
"II ERE COMES the Bride" was deployed
accomplish this end. to 1945. Chief Out On 2H
played as Emilie Harris walked two months on the USS FranklinD. I

Roosevelt (CVA-42)) which __ _
down the aisle to become Mrs. -
Chief Quartermaster William 1'.
John Nelson last Saturday. was conducting its shake-down --Tr-- _J-------- Sabourin, of Commander Fleet

What about some more sup- cruise. All pilots qualified day I 'Air Wing Eleven Staff, retired
port for the Waves basketball and night averaging about forty- -_ from active duty last Friday after

team? The team is doing mighty five (45)) carrier landings and serving 28 years with the Navy.
well and more support would ten ((10)) night carrier landings. I
Officers and men of the Staff
make it even better. They have AFTER A TEN DAY rest pe- mustered in formation to "pi pi -

come a long way and have ambitions riod in the Jacksonville area the him over the side" in his last

of going even further. squadron again deployed, this formation, and presented him

WOMEN MAY BE consideredthe time for one month aboard the b with a gift for his long and faith..
USS Forrcstal (CVA-59)) duringthe
weaker sex, but sometimesthey're ful service and as a remembrancefrom
pretty mighty on the November Middle East crisis. tr : 9 I I those who served with him

bowling alley. Considering the Since: returning from the For- on his final tour of duty. Follow

fact that they are bowling against restal in the middle of December ing the formation, Capt. SidneyJ.

the men's teams the Waves are the squadron took leave dur- Lawrence, Commander FAW-

doing all right. So far this sea- ing the holidays and has con- 11, presented him with his trans..

son they have managed to takeat tinued with special weapons fer to the Fleet Reserve.In .
least one out of every three training alternately.As .
the 28 Sabourin has
tt years
VF-171 enters its final
games bowled. spent with the Navy, he has
Picnic season has arrived. The training phase it completes a ', an'A traveled many times around ikr:
of accident free operations,
Waves have decided to do some- year A n.wS globe.
three months of p.
including some
thing about it. The date is set for
carrier operations. During this After recruit training, he wentto
March 2 at the Skeet Club, start- sea on the transport USS lien..

ing at noon, with a cordial invitation Salesman: "Sonny, is your -I IC derson on which he spent four
for all Waves and their mother at home?" years. Since then he has served
guests. Small Boy: "Yes, sir." ---- aboard 18 different ships, from a

There are a few faces not seen Salesman (after knocking in COMMENDED For his excellent performance ,of duty In battleship to a survey vessel and
around Barracks 723 now. Janie vain): "I thought you said she the preparing and Issuing of flight lunches from the general mess many shore stations. He has been '
Jorganson, Barbara Knight and was at home?" at NAS Jax, Robert Lyall, cSt, of Malnslde Galley One, was com leading chief and assistant to the
mended by Capt. William S. Harris (left), commanding officer of
Dolores Hutchinson, are now at Small Boy: "Yes, sir, but I NAS Jax. Lyall leaves Jax Feb. ZB .. attend Commissary School at Wing Air Intelligence Officer aFAWU. \
the Naval Hospital. don't live here." Newport, R. I. .

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\{ Six A-Carriers By '67

:I! Sought By Navy Planners : I

r t', A big nuclear-powered flattop every year for the next six years,

) subject of course to the international situation or to big economy :

r I' cuts, is the Navy's public plea for its carriers over the next 10 years.

. To keep four carriers in. the t
sex class modernized earlier with
! Far East and two in the Mediterranean -
hydraulic cats.
requires 15 attack car-
riers. This the Navy now has, but In 10 years, if the plan goes !

technological developments since through, the attack fleet could

WWII days, when all but the boast six nuclear-powered carriers -
six Forrestal class and
'Forrestal classes were built, are ,
rapidly making the Essex-class three Midway class. The Essex :

ship unsuitable, despite modifi- classes would have been redesig- ,
nated for anti-submarine assault
/ r :
As of June 30, the attack

fleet will consist of three For- : The Navy already is drawingthe \ \ 1 .

restal classes (Forrestal, Sara- design of the first A-car- Y.iI

toga, Ranger); three Midway rier, an 85,000-ton giant, and

class (F. D. Roosevelt modern. is building her eight reactors

ized; Midway, under modernization with money in the current year's 7I

and Coral Sea, en route for appropriation bill. Funds for the

modernization); six modernized ship herself are in the pending :.

Essex-class, with another about fiscal 1958 budget which, if '

to be modernized; and three Es-' voted, would let the ship join het
the fleet in fiscal 1961.

Annapolis Only As the fourth, fifth and sixth 11 L&X
(the last) Forrestal classes join

the fleet, the Independence in --- _H __W_ _

Major Institution fiscal '58, the Kitty Hawk in fis- BUSY DAY AT THE BANK Pay day usually finds the NAS Facility of the Barnett National

cal '59, and the Constellation in Bank a busy place, but when it comes triple pay day, things really hum. It happened last }'rlda1when
Without StadiumAlthough fiscal '60, the atomic carriers graded, ungraded employees and military were all paid by check and the result was one of the I
would take the yearly busiest days in the history of the bank. According to Ed Clements, manager, some 2,700 deposits were
the fund drive to up made and approximately 6,200 checks cashed during banking hours. The crowd above was the smallest
quence. In the same fashion, the line at any time during the day.
construct the Navy-Marine Corps -- ---- -------- ---
Essex classes would be re-classi-

Memorial gathering Stadium momentum at Annapolisis throughout field. Reps Of Local 11

the Navy, it has not engendered I More EmergencyRates
Admitting that in this day of Attend National
much steam in the Jack-
technology the role of carriers
sonville'area.. ActivatedTwo
may change, the Navy Insists that
Some reports from the field ConfabLocal
its carriers are and will remain Supervisors' HUMOR FROM
indicate that the word is not be- new emergency ratings
vital. Powered nuclear
ing disseminated and thus men by energy board members of the AQB3 (aviation fire control HERE AND THERE
they can steam indefinitelyat
are being denied the opportunityto National Association of Super- technician B, bomb director)
high speeds without refueling
contribute. All ships, stations, worries; they can carry twice the visors are attending the annual and AQF3 (aviation fire con- Jones: "How do you fpcnJ
or units are eligible to contributeand trol technician F, aircraft arm- your income?"
aviation fuel of the Forrestal to convention to be held at the
will have their names inscribed ament control systems) -have _Smith: "About 30 per cent for

on a tablet on the stadi replenish ships escorts also ; and nuclear when escort Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D. been activated by the Navy, shelter, 30 per cent for clothing,
um. Donations arc also welcome ered, the fuel supply will mean pow C., this week.Delegates bringing to 27 the total of such I 40 per cent for food and 20 per
from civilian personnel. newly established ratings.
representing Local cent for amusement
12 or more days of plane opera- :
tions. I 11 of Jacksonville are: W. L. The ratings are activated Jones: "But that adds up lo )120
All contributions to the Memo only in the E-4 in orderto cent." .
grades per
Purcell national
No smoke stacks; new high sergeantatarms -
rial Stadium Fund must be "
bolster the number of ex- Smith: "That's right.
voluntary. The Naval Academy performance radar; 4,000 more ; L. L. Wood, local president; .
perienced petty officers now in *
Athletic Association, a private, square feet of deck space and 2,. D. L. King, local scrgeant-at- demand. Future '
promotions are sent n e
"Those >
sausages you
000 more feet of hangar
non-profit, tax-exempt organization more and bigger planes-and arms; N. S. Quartcrman, memberof made to the E-5 general serv- were meat at one end and cornmeal
although it owns an ideal I
local board of directors Dill ice ratings. "
terrific oil savings-mark the ad- ; at the other.
site for the stadium, cannot
finance the project alone. vantages of the nuclearpoweredcarriers. Barge and "Hank" Breitmoscr, The Navy also plans to activate "Yes, ma'am. In these hard
six additional times it's difficult to make both
The site has already been delegates. emergency ,
ratings in pay grade E-4 in ends meat."
cleared, graded and storm drain-
.. March. The new ratings *
.wwwro.+w are: *
installed. Value of the
property is now estimated at ATR3 aviation electronics Dentist: "Why this tooth has

$500,000.The rJ! ; technician R (radar) ; ATS3 golden it! I didn't know it had
aviation electronics
Naval Academy, it has been' filled"
(ASW) ; ATN3 aviation That's my
been pointed out, is the only Patient: "It hasn't.
major educational institution in electronics technician N (com- back collar-button )'ou'\'c

the country which docs not havean munications and navigation struck."

adequate athletic stadium equipment) ; TDR3 tradev- *

available for home games. With man R (repairman) ; TDI3 '- Ernie: "My uncle can play the
tradevman I (instructors). A
the prestige and dignity of the piano by ear."
Naval Academy, this should not seventh, ETG3 fire control Gurney: "That's nothing. My

be permitted, officials assert. technician G (missile guidance uncle fiddles with his whiskers"
systems), will be activated in .
September.Lcdr. .
The present stadium, which "Have you ever appeared a< a
seats 15,639, is in very poor re "
witness before?
pair. Extensive reconditioningwould (hurrying to get dressedfor "
a party): "Ouch I "Yes, your honor.
be required. At present, bumpedmy "
"In what suit?
'- "
which is thought it crazy bone.
any game iw a .rg t \ "
would attract over 20,000 fans, Wife: "Well, just part your "My blue serge..

has to be played in Baltimore hair on the other side and it will S i'xl

Stadium. This requires additional never show." Diner: "Have you any

I duck?"
The land occupied by the present NO STAMP NEEDED Capt. C. L. Moore Jr., commanding Editor: "Jim, go over and find Waiter: "No, sir, but we can it

stadium is urgently neededfor S.ff,1f,5r..0 .NATTCenter' presents a letter of congratulations to out how old Capt. Jones is this take a tame one and irritate
drill and other sports playing iLJftfcV" wife of Donald Mathews, AQ1, (right), certifying morning." for you."
the Mathews honor .
was graduate of HAWS School. The .
fields. The Naval Academy is letter, usually sent to the honor graduate's family through the Air News Reporter (on return : what Is
sadly deficient in outdoor play malls, was presented to Mrs. Mathews, who Is a civilian employeeVP16 ): "lIe says today he's 63 Officer: "Now tell me,

ing area. at the Center. years, six months and two days." your idea of strategy1"Boot of

There is a definite urgent and : "It's when you're out

unquestioned need for a new Chalks Up Two New Records At Iceland BaseKeflavik ammunition" but keep right on

stadium at Annapolis. Help of firing. .
friends of the Navy throughoutthe Iceland Patrol 10 in 1955. 16
country is needed.Contributions"may Squadron 16f has again broken The squadron operated round. made 122 instrument ap- Little Betty was crying bitter-?
proaches in January of what wa
which 88 ly. Her mother asked
be sent locally
the operating record for VP the-clock, seven days a week. On were Ground Controlled
to the Administration Of- only one day, January 28, did Ap- the matter.
Squadrons based at Keflavik proaches. VP-16, home-based shoes hurt
Boo hool My new
NAS Jacksonville and all
fice, the squadron fail to launch air- Jar
during the winter months. broke the December !"
contributions will be mailed directly craft and this was a result of in- me
by flying 1024 You havethem
and acknow- the of hours. "Well, no wonder!
to Annapolis During month January clement weather which forced
Comdr. replied
ledgement made. Checks shouldbe VP-10, with 12 P2V Neptunes, the airport to close because of VP-16, Max Piper, skipper of on the wrong feet,

made payable to "Memorial flew a total of 1008 hours. This heavy snow on the taxi-ways and achievements announced that these Mother. wouldnot

Stadium, Naval Academy Ath- bested the previous record of runways. ble were made possi- Betty kept on crying and
by the haven't v?
letic Association." 992 hours for January ret by VP- Pilots from Patrol Squadron base support of the many be comforted.
other feet, she



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21 February; 1957 JAX AIR NEWS' Page 5


Up The [With TheToastmasters I


Civilians a At last Thursday's meeting, the

MarNav Easy-7 Club by previous
(Periodically the Jax Air NewsIn eliminations and balloting, selected -

cooperation with the Industrial Don Mueller as the club's rep-

Relations Department will list r 4 ; resentative speaker in the forth
various promotion > pr Naval Air r4 ; V' qji> coming area Toastmasters' Speech

Personnel.) Contest.
On the promotion roster effec- : The two Judges selected for the

tive Jan. 27-28 were eight em- : .. area contest were Tony Cocco and
ployees, four from Overhaul and Bill Hall. (Each of the five clubs
Repair Department, one from ', i participating furnish two judges.)

Supply Department, and three ( Harold Rich was selected to give

from Miscellaneous. i pA > r benediction at the area affair, and

, Promoted at 0 It R were Glenn .,,, John Potfay as the ballot counter.
Hale, radio mechanic third step to w \4S ( i Another highlight of the meetingwas

electronics mechanic third step; I the table topics presented by
Raymond Kennedy, aircraft instrument / Tip Chaffin.

mechanic third step to The club's next meeting will

Icadingman aircraft instrument S be for dinner at 1830 on Thursday -
mechanic first step; Charles Old- r ,< on the first floor of the CPO

en,supervisory aeronautical engi- I Club. All E-7s' interested in becoming
neer GS-11 to supervisory aeronautical a toastmaster are invitedto
engineer GS-12; and attend this
___ ___ _________'_, -__ -- .__m -__.-- dinner meeting.
Mildren Witherspoon, clerktypistGS2 .
to clerk-typist GS-3. WAGE ADMINISTRATION CLASS Now and until Feb. 26 supervisory personnel of Overhauland
Repair Department are undergoing a series of classes and training meetings on wage adminis- Leonard Eubanks will rep- .
Advanced in Supply Depart- tration pertaining to ungraded employees. Conducted by the Occupational Analysis Division, Indus- resent the Navy Civilian Toast-
ment was Anna Ray, card punch trial Relations Department, as part of the Station's supervisor development program, similar classes masters Club of Jacksonville in
operator GS-2 to card punch operator will be held for other departments. Dominic Worsowicz, occupational analysis administrator, Is the area speech contest slated
shown here presiding over one of the meetings
GS3.Promoted. March 14 in Jacksonville. Cor- ,

i n Miscellaneouswere don King will be alternate. The
Lloyd Grable, wage and Fingerprints, X-ray Tests Used SAFETYBox two were selected at Tuesday

classification specialist GS-11 night's session.Members .
On Metals In Aircraft MissilesFingerprint Score
area wage and classification officeto of the club voted to

supervisory wage and classifi- of Disabling Injuries Through hold a series of dinnermeetingsin
techniques and X-rays used to insure the safety
cation officer GS-12; Claudia Jen- the The
future. next meetingis
metals in Aircraft and missiles are turning! the metallurgist into a Tuesday, Feb. 19 -
kins, clerk-typist GS-3 Navy combination detective and physician.The scheduled for 1900 at the Toll
This Month 1
Commissary Store to fiscal accounting House on Blanding Blvd. Ci
clerk GS-4; and Kath- former is based on the of its limited use. This Year 4 vilian personnel wishing to join

ryn Juvik, clerk-typist GS-2 Sup- similarity of the surface of the I. ALSO BEING considered for Days Since Last the club are welcome to attend.

ply Department to clerktypistGS3 metal to a fingerprint in that nuclear-powered engines are Lost Time Accident >2 Icebreakers were presented by

Industrial Relations Department both the surface and cross sec- lithium, reactor grade zirconium, Walt Stanul, Andy Planey and

tion of _the metal are excellent and beyllium. lie: "If you'll) give me your Milo Jones. Evaluators were
The value of titanium lies in
Aubrey Silvey Umberto Pezzulla -
means of identification. The met telephone number, I'll call you ,
its strength, comparable to that and Carl McCranie. Topic
allurgist produces a "finger- of stainless steel. It is also a up some time." master was Mike Cascone, while
print" on the polished metal by delicate metal which scratchesand She: "It's in the book." Aubrey Silvey acted as toast-

etching it in a special bath, thus nicks render worthless as lie; "Find! And what's your master. "Er" counter was Rod

dissolving different ingredientsin they can cause failure in form- name?" Pinney, with Ernie Newberg as
the metal at different rates ing. She: "That's in the book, tool timekeeper.
which produces a shallow printof .

hills and valleys. Throttle Device To Halt Creeping Navy Jax Toastmasters (officers -

S P E C I A L MICROSCOPESwith ) held Ladies Night last

built-in cameras then view Designed By Fasron Six's PiercyA Thursday at the "0" Club, with
and photograph the pattern about 50 persons present. Area r
which in some cases is magnified "non-creep" throttle device designed to eliminate "creeping," Governor Ken Knoizen was

100,000 times, or to a degree that or inadvertent movement, of various types of engine controls suchas toastmaster of the evening.

would make a pin point as largeas throttle, propeller control, mixture control, and supercharger has The final club contest was heldto
a room wall. The metallurgistis been invented by CWO/2 John P. Piercy of Fasron Six. select the speaker to represent

then able to deduce the meth- The application for patent Navy Jax Toastmasters in the
d ut q i f ods and procedures used in the Area Speech Contest to be held
rights has been submitted by the
manufacture of the metal to Insure March 14. Colonel Timm, Captain
that it meets rigid specifica Navy Department in Piercy'sname. x t t Clark, Ltjg( ) Moreland and

.w tions. CWO Huell Holloway and Major

The X-ray machine is used to THE INVENTION can be utilized Sartor competed. Lou Sartor was

f.Y1.5r'U detect subsurface voids, cracks for aircraft, boats, trains, the winner, speaking on "Cleo-
and other defects, and by X-ray stationary generators, cranes, patra and I." The five competitors -
defraction to determine the rays earthmoving equipment and for f had won speakers elimina-
reflected from the crystal faces many other types of engines utilizing tion contests during the past

of the metal. mechanical linkage to r7t weeks

DOTH METIIODS are reliable control the speed, power or pitch N r Two new members were
means of metal testing, insuringthat control of the engine. z' $ charged, Lcdr. Clancy Rich and
aircraft will have longer life, The device provides the op- va2;karo Ltjg( ) Don Clancy. Ltjg( ) Casey

greater payload capacity, lower erator with a simple fool-proof Jones was in charge of Table
i operating costs and also that they mechanism for controlling engine 5: I Topics, (appropriate for Valen-
speed or power. When the operator tine's Day) entitled "My First
__ __nmnnm_________ will require less maintenance.With the : Love."
desires to move con- : )
the day of the atomic en- 4 .
REEL CUTE Catching trol, he can push, pull, or squeeze
gine not too far away, the air- *1 1Af
the control handle thereby releasing -
more eyes than fish, lovely careful Chief Couk Retires
Joyce Naxzarri sits atop a cabin craft industry is giving the "non-creep" sectionof
cruiser at Miami Beach, Fla. study to the use of expensive new the control and the movementto After 20 Years
The local beauty has been metals it considers necessary to
the desired setting is quicklyand
named a co-captain of the an-
nual Metropolitan Miami Fish- improve aircraft performance. smoothly attained in one op Robert A. Couk, Chief Com-
Ing Tournament, which attracts Aluminum has long been a stand- eration. missaryman, and leading chief atMainside's
more than in the industry, although fast-
400,000 &Dclersevel'1' by UPON COMPLETION Of the Galley 1, was tendered
year moving titanium is now the
desired movement, the operator personal congratulations and bade i,
fourth most plentiful removes his hand, the "non- CE farewell by Captain William S. J'
Units Back material on earth. It is also in
creep" mechanism automaticallyreturns Harris, NAS Commanding Off i j
the critical cost class-about $20a to the locked position and cer, following his retirement last "
From MedSix pound in sheet formbecauseat the control will positively not Friday after 20 years of active

NAS Jax.During move again until the operator desires duty.
units from Jax returned
their tour in the Med- to change the setting. The PROUD INVENTOR In- Born at Jonesville, Va., he enlisted -
Tuesday from an extensive seven units visited some control is designed so that in the ventor of the "non-creep in the Navy in November,
months cruise in the Mediterranean iterranean, the throttle" CWO2 John Piercy of
of the 1936 at Roanoke, Va. The chief
event an emergency, op-
nine cities in seven various coun- the device
aboard the attack carrier Fasron Six, displays
and his will make their '
USS Randolph. tries. Included were Naples, erator can push, or pull, the con- which may revolutionize throt family
Italy Cannes, France; Palermo, trol without conscious effort on tles on engines utilizing mech- home in Palatka. '
Among squadrons returning ; Istanbul his partThe anical linkage to control During his Navy career he n'
Greece Breed
Rhodes, ;
with the carrier were Fighter Sicily; and Bar- throttle was first designedand power, or pitch control served duty aboard the USS Cali- j r
Squadron 62, Fighter Squadron Turkey; Leghorn, Italy engine '
submitted to the Navy De- fornia when Pearl Harbor was attacked j
102, Attack Squadron 46, Attack celona, USS Spain.Randolph departed partment in 1949 but was re- tion and submission in 1956 re- by the Japanese Dec 7,
Squadrc.i 176 of Air Task Group The Tuesday afternoon for jected. The design was modifiedand sulted in acceptance for patent 1941. Prior to his arrival at NAS
202 based at NAS Cecil Field, Mayport Moral of the Jacksonville for he had
story: duty,
at Norfolk, Vir re-submitted in 1952 and reJected application.
and Detachment 36 of Light her again. Another modifica- "Never Give Up!I" served aboard the USS Uvalde.
Photographic Squadron 62 based ginia.


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Pago 6 JAX AIR NEWS 21 February 1957

Ringmen Score Heavily cgr ;

In 6ND Tournament. P

The Jax-Navy boxing team sent ten men to Key Westto

compete in the Sixth Naval district tournament and nine

:of these reached the final_round of the eliminations Tuesday

Victories were scored by Jesus
won by a unanimous decision
Valentine ((112 lb.), Ray Sharab- over Henry Crenshaw of Mem

ba ((119 Ibs.), Jim Humphrey phis Navy. Crenshaw is defending .
(125 lbs.), Marciano Malanzo ComSix heavyweightchamp

(132 Ibs.), Glenn Uhl. ((139 lbs.), and 1954 Pacific Fleet

Ron Pearson ((156 lbs), Lawrence middleweight champ. A

Howard (Hi5 lbs.), Bill Wallick -...----

((178 Ibs.), and Richard Hansen ,' grw
(H'vwt). Fliers Dow To Colors

Don Bowins ((147 lb.) sufferedthe
In First Links MatchThe
only Jax Navy setback
far when he was knocked out by University of Florida golf

Bob Roberts of Key West In squad scored a clean sweep in a

their semi-final bout. three-way match with Jax Navy A .
Howard scored the major upset and Warner Robins Air Force
of the tournament when he Base, Ga. last Saturday. r '"
The Gators were victorious over Ht' :

3 Share Top Rung Of the Fliers, 10-8 and held a 10- -
7'4 margin over the Air Force

Mainside Keg Ladder men. Jax Navy's margin over

Warner Robins was 9-8&.
It's a three-way race now in Low man for the matches was

the Mainside intramural bowling Jim Cameron from U. of Florida

loop, with VP-18, ComFairJaxand with a 74. Bob Taylor was low

Operations deadlocked with for Jax Navy with a 78. .__..,, .....-..-
identical 14-2 records. Standingsare The Fliers meet the Florida TWO FOR SURE Virginia Hudson drives In for a two-pointer for the Jax Navy Crackerjax
as of Feb 15: Gators in their next match on I who defeated the Pensacola Navy Gosseties in a two game series here last week. The Crackerjaxwon : I
W, L. Pet the first, 66-28, and took the second, 3825. Trying to block the toss is Gosoelte Betty Marsh,
('nmFalrJac U. 2 675VP : March 2 at Gainesville while team mate Fran Kacala stands by.
]8 2 673
Operations 14 :2 875S
'eelal I Serllees l 3 750VAII3 -
f2 : 4 661VF173 Drackerjax Add
K 4. 667Faelu Filers Holding
10 6 625
FAW.J1 32 8 600Plspenaa lAX AIR
,'y 12 6 600 SPORTS Diamond Drills"All Pensy Gosseties

VW71x2 R R 500VFP62 wide
Clickers 10 10 500JOI'pltal NEWS- are open
10 30( 500 and all interested players arc To Victim List
Furon 6 "D" 7 9 4RMAnTD "
5 7 411 welcome, declares baseball
Marines "G"' 6 lA 375.
coach Frank McCaffrey in
0 & n OfflCf'rs 6 lA :375CnmmunlesUons an- Jax Navy's Crackerjax continued -
1 U 350 nouncing the start of practicefor
V.\11-3 Ii 4 K 3.\.1 their winning ways with
\'W-4 Offll'f'rl 5 11 313 AvFund AK AO Score the 1957 edition of the Jax two more impressive triumphover
\710'1'-62 "5' 5 11 313 Fliers.
it 5 11 301)) ,. arch rivals Pensacola Navy
6.1 Practice sessions are being
Marines "n" 5 15 2'.0 Gosscttes here last week. _.
: lH8 held daily at Mason Field be-
'ur\n G "A" In Center B-Ball
0 10
\'A-4t OUO ginning at 1545. An ambitious The Waves took the measure of
5 the visiting Pensacolans 66-28 in
schedule, featuring some of the
Freelancers Hold nine games being played in the NATTCenter intramural outstanding teams in the area, the first fray, played as a prelimto

basketball league last week, the AGO Ensigns remained in first will be undertaken by the the Fliers-Pensacola clash Fri
Intra Squad Shoo place even though being idle. Fliers. day, and triumphed 38-25 in the

second played Saturday.
In the Monday night engagements
The Sax Navy Freelancers the Marine Aviation De- ers downed the Marine Aviation Betty Rush amassed a total of
Bowhuntcrs held their weekly Detachment 55-41. Jack Barnes Marine 38 points in both contests. Since
tachment broke into the win Hoopsters'Record
intraclub shoot last Sunday on column with 78-73 led the scoring for the winners : joining the Crackerjax in late
a over
the NATTCenter archery range with 13 points while Dick Cop- January, Rush has sparked the
Naval Air after trailing
with Lamar Williamson taking by two Weapons points in the first ertino led the losers with 17. Now 23-10 team through its last four en-

first place in the featured broad- half Dick Copertino with 28 IN ONE OF THE hottest con- counters, averaging 14 points per

head event. est's of the season, the Aviation and game. Versatile Ann Cooper has
points and new-comer Joe Mathi- Defeating Mayport Navy
Ordnancemen got the nod over of fresh been averaging 12.5 per game and
son with 29 led the winners, the University Florida
-Holds On while Johnny Isom topped the the Aviation Electricians, 6764. men while bowing to Green Carolyn Johnson, team captain,

Missilemen with 24. The standings follow: Cove Navy, the NATTCenter Marine 8.5.The

To Mainside ABETTED BY TIlE shootingof W L quintet ran its season's Crackerjax get their first
court mark to 23 wins and 10 taste of tournament competition
Harly Sheets and Joe Bourass AGO 4 0 I .

B-Ball Loop Lead'' with 19, Aviation Electricians I AvFund 5 2 losses last week. when to participate theytravel in to the Gainesville Florida.Women'

pulled away in the second half I AK 5 2 Playing against Mayport last
District Two
The Mainside intramural bas for a 71-56 victory over the Sup: AO 4 2 Thursday, the Marines drove beginning March 1. ,

ketball circuit more and more port Splinters, despite 27 pointsby AE 4 3 their opponents deep into the The Waves also have their
three-team battle Frank DeMent. SS 2 2 hardwood, winning by the score eyeon
shapes up as a the Sixth Naval District
MAD 1 5 of 88-36. Dean Hatcher and Don
with VFP-62, Hospital and CVG- Aviation Storekeepers suffered tourney late next month.
17 atop the heap in that order their second defeat of the season NAWS 0 6 Holman each tallied 18 points

with only one defeat for each. with the Aviation Ordnancemen while Jim Pugh picked up 16

CVG-17 crept up on the lead spilling them 73-66, as Dean more for the Marines.

ers with two victories last week Hatcher garnered 37 points. Jack Friday night the Marines were

and had a "showdown" battle Barnes, Cecil Thornton and Joe cast in a losing role as they

l with VFP-62 postponed. The Flocrke scored high for the dropped their encounter with

Caggers dumped VP-18, 73-42, losers. Green Cove, 65-59. Jim Pugh

A and proceeded to dispose of X-2, Tuesday night's action saw sa netted 21 and Don Holman 19 in

54-30. Frank DeMent getting 21 as the the losing cause
Hospital kept pace with a 74- Support Splinters downed the The Marines traveled to

34 triumph over Supply, while Marine Aviation Detachment 84- Gainesville over the weekend, '

VFP-62 stayed in front with a {S. Dean Hatcher's 22 points playing the Florida Freshmen on

61-36 win over FaetuLant.In weren't enough to offset the foul Saturday and besting them 75-
other results VW-4 stayednear shooting of Aviation fundamentals 69. Bill Flanders tallied 19 and

the top with a 52-33 victory who edged the Ordnancemen A AV. y Nt+ Don Holman accounted for 16
over Fasron 109; Marines edged 61-59, with some fine shooting by 4 a for NATTCenter.

Medical, 36-35; and Supply won Pat Jones and Jim Owens. The Marines who played Green

over Marines by forfeit IIARLEY SHEETS couldn't Cove last night (Wednesday)
Intramural basketball resultsas here at NATTCenter meet the
miss as Aviation Electricians
of 2-18-57: Bullets in a return engagement
spilled the Storekeepers, 7961. .
O & R has dropped out of the Sheets garnered 26 points. Cecil Monday (February 25) at Green

league. Thornton's 21 points topped the Cove. Saturday (February 23)
Won Lost the NATTCenter hoopsters are
10 1 losers.
Hospital 9 1 scheduled to journey to Miami to
In the night
CVG-17 6 games take on the Miami Marines.
VW-4 8 2 Aviation Fundamentals scored I
Patron 6 7 2
VA1I-3 7 5 I:2 victory over the Naval Air Wea- "Haven't you learned yet that

Medical Fasron lOt 4 4 pons five; 67-47, with Jim Owens SKEET TROPHY FOR JAX Capt. William S..Harris (left), crime doesn't pay?" said the
.4 scoring 17 points. Johnny Isom commanding officer: of NAS lax, accepts the trophy won by Jax judge.
VP Marine 2 I topped the losers with 15. In a Navy's skeet team at the Midwinter Skeet Championships held at "Yes, your honor," replied the
2' Pinehnrst N.C.. from Ledr. W. F.
Tartu Vlerinp team captain. Otherteam'membel'S
close until the final 10
X J' game oft-convicted thief, "but you can'tbeat
Include (left to right) Chief Ken Pendergras, Chief
Supply FAW-11 t.l' minutes, the Aviation Storekeep- Bill Arthur, Ledr N W. Frees, and Tt.) G. O. Boudreaux. the hours."


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21 February 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7

Call Goes, Out rft You Can Still

Again For Track, Join Navy Jax r a* -


Field CandidatesWith t Sailing Club

the upcoming graduationsat A fresh northeast breeze re-

AGO and AvFund Schools, Al sulted in hot intra-club competition -

Sabo, Athletic Director and track at the Jax Navy Sailing

coach at the Naval Air Technical Club's weekly race Sunday after- :

Training Center, is looking to noon.

Mainside and NATTCenter sup In the first race "Beta," sailed

port personnel in an effort to Sa by Unbehaun, Ferriter and Culp,

keep the cinder team alive. won with "Gamma," Northrop,
L I Iz Todd and Sullivan and "Delta "
Coach Sabo stresses the fact ,. ,
that it takes at least three weeksof Riley, Rich and Neeley, taking :

consistent workout to put a second and third places respec-

spikc-shoe-man in shape for a tively.
meet. The second race was won by .<

"Gamma," Northrop, Riley and _
The team will hold a meetingon
Ronconi. "Delta," Woodside,
the NATTCenter track today
(Thursday) at 1630. All potential Nassup and Inzer, took second
rAIa i and "Beta," Unbehaun, Culp and
candidates are urged to attend. :
t Lantz, took third.
From the comments and inquiries -

AvFund Ten Pinners vr- received by the club, it

appears desirable to repeat the
Maintain 28-0 MarkWith objectives and policies of) the

club. They are:
their scheduled oppo-
1, To provide means, to all
nents, AGO School, going on a.
who are sincerely interested, to
training cruise, the bowlers of
Aviation Fundamentals School enjoy the pleasures of sailing.
2. To. further the training and
remained idle last week thus
maintaining their possession of e _... ...:.- J interest of Navy and Marine per-
first place in the NATTCenter FREE FOR ALL Allen Swan (left) of X-2 watches with sonnel in small boat handlingand since he Joined the Jax Navy
amazement as Leo Egan ((5)) of Faetulant takes the rebound away seamanship. Fliers quad, Frank DeMent
Intramural Bowling league. from Thomas Hrokaw ((11), also of X-2. Player in the background 3. To re-establish sailing ns a has made his presence felt with
Team leaders: is Leonard Lemenek of Faetu. Facto whipped the X-2 combine, competitive sport' in the Navy. some scintillating play. An
AE, Tarpla.y\ 172; MAD, De 44-31, in this Mainside intramural fray played last Monday. Eastern Oklahoma A & 1 M performer -
4. To provide the means to
Vito, 169; AK, Trize, 168; AO, before entering the
151 NAWS Garner and sail competitively both among Navy, guard DeMent has billed -
Seigler, ; Jax Navy Mittmen Snare naval and marine activities and 235 points in 17 games thus
Stage, 154; SS, Johnson, 170; Av- with civilian sailing activities. far, an average of 14 points per
Fund, Greenwood, 180; and AGO, game.
5. To take such actions as are
Poltenson, 152.NATTCenter. deemed necessary to attain the

Bowling w : I, Area Golden Gloves Titles objectives listed above. Fliers At Home

AvFund School 2X 0 6. To cooperate to the fullest

NAWS AK School 2l 20: 12.SupSpllnteri ft Jax Navy boxers swept both the Open and Novice divi- possible degree with military and

AK School 12 15 iflMarAvDet 17 sion team championships of the North Florida-South Geor- civilian activities in such a man- : Tonight Against

9 21 gia Golden Gloves tournament last week. It marked the first ner as to reflect credit to the

AO AGO School School 9 1 23 19 time this feat was ever accomplished in the 14-year historyof Naval service.' Charleston' Mines'Jax

the Jacksonville tournament.The There are still some member-

Navy mittmen were rep- ships available Further Navy's Fliers are still hav-
Skeetmen Steal informa-I
son of Shaw AF.B. the tournament's -
resented by 19 participants in tion may be obtained ing trouble staying in the win
outstanding boxer.In tacting the commodore, Lcdr.
the field Of 134.
column with but one victory in
Show at West the Novice competition Jax Rich, AGO School, extension
JAX 'TOOK threo Navy fared equally as well. 8466, or the secretary, Harry the last four times out last week.

championships and four second- Juan Robles (VA-175) became Moss, Special Services, ext. 512. The Fliers started the week off
Palm TourneyShooting place slots in the Open division, champion in his first fight by on the road and succumbed

as well as fostering two cham- virtue of a decision over Larry twice, losing to Bartow AFB,
in a brisk wind with I pions and two runners-up in the Greene, of the Recreation De- Station To Host 51-49 and dropping a 91-85 ver-

trickey targets the Jax Navy Novice class. partment in a 112-pound class dict to Pinecastle AFB.
Skeet team, in its second com- I 6ND Cage Meet
Jax heavyweight Richard Han- match. TilE HOME court seemed more
petitive meet of the madean '
year sen (V A II-3)) scored one of the Henry Pearson (Fasron 109) NAS Jax will host the Sixth inviting for the :Fliers Thursdayas
almost clean at the ;
sweep major upsets of the tournament captured heavyweight honors Naval District basketball tour- they copped a thriller from)
West Palm Beach Invitational
when he dethroned AAU heavy- I with decision over Richard Harper nament beginning March 4. Charleston, S. C. AFB, 84-82 in
Skeet Championships held last weight king Norm Yankwitt, of of Cherry Point Marines. Five teams have entered to overtime. Score at the end of
Sunday at West Palm Beach date, with several more expected '78-78
West Palm Beach Air Force regulation play was with
Shooting both 20 and 12 gauge Base. The fight, a slugfest: all the Glenn Uhl (decision AE-A School to Jim) I by deadline date Feb. the Fliers ahead at half time 40-
guns: the team took all three Hansen getting the nod dropped a split I 25. Entered so far are Pensa- 36.
way, saw
high guns in the 20 gauge event decision. Laffey, of West Palm Beach in cola Navy, Memphis Navy,
in Jim
a split class title and Good hit the nets for 24
the 147-pound go
and four out of five high guns Green Cove Navy, NAAS May-
In the 12 gauge event. Lawrence Howard (VF-43)) Joe Daigle (Fasron 109)) fell port and Jax Navy. points to pace the Fliers, with

I gained a unanimous decision over short of the 160 title when he was Jax Navy is defending cham- teammate Frank DeMent hittingfor
West Palm's Chico Brown to decisioned by Green Cove Navy's pion. 17. Bill Humphrey was the
4 and Sgt. Boudreaux of MARTD capture the 175-pound Open title. Bob Murphy. big gun for Charleston with 35
both posted a perfect score of) markers.
Howard, a rugged body-puncher,
50/50 with the 20 gauge gun, is one) of coach Bob Perkins' All- 1 Friday the Fliers ran into a'
with Lcdr. Frees of VPC-62 following -
Navy hopefuls. tartar as they bowed to the
closely on their heels strong Pcnsacola Navy Gos-
with JAX NAVY garnered its third
a 4950.In .
105-57. The visiting Gos-
the 12 gauge event, the open title when teammates Rey- ; hawks poured on the coal in the
naldo Graza (AK-A School) and
only score that beat the mem- second half after leading with a
bers of the Jax Skeet Team wasa Jim Humphrey (Special Serv- 'Ii" not too-impressive 44-33 halftime *
ices met in the 126-pound class i
99/100 by the present State ) margin.

Skeet Champion of Pennsylvania.Lcdr. final with Graza emerging nOD KESSLER led the Gos-

W. Viering of NARTU, Sgt. champ. hawks with 23 points while'
Boudreaux, and Lcdr. Frees Bob Walters (VFP-62), suffering Frank DeMent paced the locals

were tied for 2nd place honors) from the effects of a hard with 18 points.

with a score of 97/100. Chief fought victory of the previous
in his bid to capturethe Monday the Fliers were at Ft.
Arthur "NATTCenter had the night, failed
Stewart Ga. and
championship w Tuesday at Sa-
next high gun with a 95/100. 147-pound
vannah, Ga. Results
halted were not
HIGH SCORE WAS made in when the ring physician available.
the two-man team combinationof the go because of the profuse
of Walter's nose. Tonight the Fliers host Char- -
Chief Pertdergras and Sgt. bleeding
Stewart t :ivV leston Mine Lant at Mainside
Boudreaux of Fort
with a perfect score Floyd Fossett
Gym at 2015. Next
of 100/100 in the 20 gauge event. decisioned Jax's Marciano Ma- Wednesdaythey

First and second high scores in lanzo (Overhaul & Repair) Florida entertain B team the at University of 1

the two-man team combinationm win the 135-pound title, and impound : Mainside.
the 12 gauge event were made Ray Sharabba (VA-175)) *? %/V L'

by Sgt. Boudreaux and Lcdr. dropped a decision to Don Morri- ii iiBI Four Tied For Blind

Frees with 194/200 and Lcdr. the I Bogey Event Honors

Viering and Chief Arthur with a The teacher was kindergarten testing Chuck Burton, Rod Pinney, ,
192/200. knowledge of the
No five-man team events
Harry Morris and Bill
half-dollar on Lyons fin.
were held class. Slapping a sharply, !\ AWAY! lax Navy mittman Lawrence Howard .f ished in a four way tie to win the 1
Sgt. Boudreaux had high overall the desk, she asked VF-43 prepares to unleash a right In the direction of Chieo Brown, Blind Bogey event held the '
score: with 147/150 and Lcdr. "What is thaU"Instantly of West Palm Beach AFB daring action In the Jax Golden Gloves
Frees a voice from the tourney. Howard took the decision and with It the 175-pound weekend at the NAS golf course. v
was runner-up with 146/- Score '
was 79.
150. back row said, "Tails!" Open title.



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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 21 February: 1957JetFlying

Bugs &m1l1lD

Hit StratosphereIn FOR RENT

4-Lgo Ems Furn $50 Mo. EV

Local Tests 8-4235. Miller.

Apts. & Cotgs. Furn. $40 Mo. till
(Cent from Pace 1) y June 1. Apply or write 318 30th

beyond doubt that hitchhikinginsects St., Va. Bch. Phone VA. Ben.

cannot survive the frigid 3211. Saffee.

altitudes reached by the high- 2-Bdrm. Gar. 5134 Sunderland

flying jets, it will be unnecessaryto Rd. $75 Mo. J. T. Jones.

disinsect the unheated areas of ,; Ifs y Apts. Furn. 318 W. Union St. EL

the planes, thus saving time and 4-7936.

money,. 4-Rm. Unfurn. Apt., Gar. 2580 -

THAT, BRIEFLY, is Agricul Riverside Ave. $65 Mo. Inquire

ture's project. Assistance came Cowart. Apt. No. 2.

from the Department of Defense A \ I 4-Rm Apt. 4441 Lexington Ave.

which, through its Coordinating EV 9-0514 or EV 8-9806. Lamb.
3-Bdrm. Use. 5103
Committee on Medical Sciences, Ensign Ave.
designated the local DVCCenteras Venetla Ten $50 Mo.

the test site due to its being FOR SALE

the best equipped unit in the House. 5064 Columbus Ave. EV

military establishment for sucha ________________ ---.._..___ .-. ..._______ ____-._ .._ -------.. _u n-_ 96496. Stokes.

purpose. FISHING TROPHIES Awards for the top catches daring 1956 competition of the Station Civilian 3-Bdrm. Home. Venetia Ter. $11-
Using insects procured "fresh" Black Bass Fishing Contest went to lucky recipients at the annual luncheon held last Friday. 950. Terms. EV 9-6250. Hood.
from the Orlando Laboratory, Award winners were front row, (left to right) Wilbur Neal; Comdr. N. D. Johnson, of Public Works MISCELLANEOUSNavy
and Comdr. E. L. of 0 & R Jack winner Charles Whlsennant
week Knapp, guests; Bedenbaugh, grand prize ; ,
Sullivan last
spent wiring fishing committee chairman; E. M. Broek; and R. J. Larizza. Second row: J. II. Geissman, Herb Pin- wives interested in workingas
about 15 cages of the various in- ney, Richard Feagle, Joseph Frisbee, John Batey, and William Hatchings. operating room registerednurses -
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sects to the nose gear access, or registered lab technicians -
radar and ammunition compart- Ten Other PrizesBedenbaugh WEEKEND TIDE please call: St. Vincent's

ments of each fighter plane Hospital Personnel Office. EV

flown by VF-173 pilots participating Grand Prize WinnerOf HIGH LOW 9-7761.

in the tests. This week the AM PM AM PM Wanted: Ride to NAS from Janice -

insects ride to the "last frontier"in Frl. 2:14: 2:40: 8:38: 8:47: Circle vicinity San Juan and

unheated sections of VAH-3 Black Bass Fishing ContestJack Sat. 3:17: 3:43: 9:41: 9:47: Cassat. 0730 to 1630. Ext. 216 or
Sun. 4:17: 4:42: 10:36: 10:42:
bombers.If 8164. Fletcher.
Bedenbaugh, Overhaul and Repair Department, assembly
the hapless insects could division, was announced as the 1956 grand prize winner of the NAS ,I Wanted ride to NATTCenter,

sing, it would be "Baby, it's cold Civilian Black Bass Fishing Contest. He was awarded his prize at brook, secretary and Jeanette 0730-1610, from 2260 Post. Call

outside!" Temperature readingsover the annual fishing banquet held last Friday at the Civilian Cafeteria. Reilly, vice-secretary. Petrick, EV 9.5673.Choral .

Jacksonville at 15,000 feet Members include R. She ese, .

were (centigrade-9) ; at 20,000 He was presented a check to ounce speckled trout. Harry King, Orville Belote, C. W.

feet20; at 25,000 feet31; at cover cost of having his prize- WILLIAM HUTCHINGS, two- Anderson, Daniel Buie, Willie SocietyTo

30,000 feet43; and at 40,000 winning 11-pound, eightounceblack burner stove with night light, for Dobbs, C. C. Anderson, R. L.

feet, -61. bass, caught last September his 12-ounce black Brown Wynn and Decker Smith. Present
victims of progress Several factors at Lake DeLancey, mountedand bass; Wilbur Neal, spinning rod

enter into the story, such as a trophy recognizing him as and open reel for his eightpoundblack CImDThursdar 'Carmen' Next"Carmen

the length of time it takes the grand champion for 1956. bass; John Batey, rod and ," Bizet's ever popular

cold to penetrate the various TEN OTHER PRIZES were reel, for his two'pound, three- Feb. 21 opera, will be presented by the
and how 'much
heat'is generated, by the plane'sequipment awarded civilians by C. A. oance bream; Herb Pinney, rod Mainside The Wrong Man Jacksonville Choral Society Mon-

to offset the cold. But Whisenant, chairman of the com- and reel, for a 10-pound, one (drama) with Henry Fonda, day, March 11, at 2015 in the
mittee, following the banquet.The Vera Miles and
indications are that the insects ounce black bass; and S. L. Me- Anthony Quales. George Washington Hotel.
winners were presented a
cannot survive an hour's flightat trophy and fishing equipment in Elhinny, rod and reel, for a 28- NATTCenter Storm Rider Reserved seat tickets may be
(drama) with Scott Brady and
40,000 feet-except cozily
red bass.
their catches. pound, seven-ounce
recognition of
Mala obtained at Charles Wells Jewelers -
Powers. Also Sudden Fried
ensconced in the radar compart-
ment where enough heat was They include Joseph Frisbee, Guests at the banquet included Chicken. 220 W. Adams, at Nice Houseof
who rod and reel for his Comdr. N. D. Johnson, assistant
won a
generated to keep them kickingif Hospital The Kentuckiancolor Music, 2651 Park St., or by
Public Works Officer and Comdr.
record 12-ounce
not comfortable. And they nine-pound, ( adventure) with Burt
mail directed to the Jacksonville
E. L. Knapp, production ,
striped bass; Richard Feagle, a
can survive 90 minutes at low Lancaster and Dianne Foster.
altitude salt water rod and reel for his O & R. Comdr. Johnson pre. Choral Society P. O. Box 311,
flying. Also Hide and Shriek.
sented the departmental trophy Jacksonville. Prices and
nine-pound, eight-ounce black are $2.50
Sullivan does flying himself
no which 0 & R will for the Friday, Feb. 22
but works from logs kept bass; R. J. Larizza, a spinningreel keep Mainside of the $3.00 each, with special unre-
Edge City
coming year to Comdr. Knapp. -
for his two-pound, four-
the who served student tickets available at
by pilots are on routine (drama) with John Cassavetesand
flying missions of relatively short ounce whiting; E. M. Brock, salt FISHING COMMITTEE officers Kathleen McQuire. Also See the door to junior and senior high
spinning reel, a one-pound, 13- in addition to Whisenant are
duration. At the end of each Your Doctor. school students at $1.25 each.
flight, he collects his and ounce perch; J. H. Geissman, fly W. W. Jarmon, and L. M. Ben-
cages "Carmen" will be the first presentation
spills them out for screening the rod, for a seven-pound two. nett, vice-chairmen; M. L. Iialli NATTCenter The Wrong
of the Society for the
I Man (drama) with Henry Fonda
live from the dead in equipment and Vera Miles. 1957 Spring season. It will be sung

provided by DVCCenter. entirely in English, with three
Hospital Storm Rider (drama
Sullivan is concerned with
i outstanding opera stars of national -
) with Scott Brady and Mala
more than live insects, however. reputation singing the leading -

There is the matter of eggs, laid Powers. solo roles. Members of the

by 'sub-tropical insects on all Saturday, Feb. 23 Jacksonville Symphony Orchestrawill

parts of aircraft-wings, fuse ,,, ,i: Mainside Tea and Sympathycolor be selected play the mu i-
lage, propellers-and which Mk' l ([ drama) with John Kerr cal accompaniment.Past .

could wreak havoc in this coun- and Deborah Kerr.NATTCenter successes presented by the

try if they hatched when the ,.yj t 9 Edge of the Society were Faust, II Trovatore,

planes landed here. To deter- +f 'n :Zai. ,) tr City (drama) with John Cas- Madame Butterfly, La Traviata,
mine if the eggs come out of the savetes and Kathleen McQuire.Also Aida, and Pierne's Children's

stratosphere's deepfreeze as goodas See Your Doctor. Crusade.

new or are frozen beyond recall n MyR tfA Ly .1,j whr t H.y1p Hospital The Wrong Man S..

such insects are trapped on t (drama) with Henry Fonda and
foil where they lay their mil- J 3Y Vera Miles. Three Charity

lions of eggs. The foil is then 4CP. lt Kiddie Matinee: Feb. 23, 1957 (Cent from Page 1)
sealed, taped to the jet's wings 1 h fM M1.y.t
-The Marauders (color) with personnel. Contributions will be
and borne far into the cold blue
Dan Duryea and Keenan "Wynn.
# placed in envelope and pickedup
yonder.Yes Also The Flea Circus (color).
it's a cold war on insects. by key men, or can be mailed
Coming next week: The Young !
But the Jet age must be coped directly to the charitable organi-
Utah Blaine Hot Summer
and in the final showdown
zation. More details
Night, Incredible ShrinkingMan on the actual
Agriculture, Defense and the U.
M1s Accused of Murder, Shark operation of the drive will be An-
S. Navy are not going to be found > : zi
Fighter, Five Steps to Danger. nounced 1ater.Chairman .
without answers. When the present k
of the Navy-Duval
tests are completed, a report
DIF'V I liS f: I P IF IA R Steering Committee, which is pro
and handed to ,
will be drawn
IEl.AITIED K NIIIE: all naval
posed to represent activities -
the Quarantine Control Branchof I .: ; TIP NO.T
in the Duval County area,
Agriculture's Research Serv- -i- A 0 F= S rr 10 wi S. P I
TENTliIOOe18 R is Capt. William C. Dunn, assistant
ice. The good that results def-
E'' THE R IRE A E 0 & R officer; co-chairman
not be for bugs.
will good
is Charles Hart, civilian em-
S. HANDLES BUG THERMOMETER Carrying a recording NET Tlo I II'1SA
ployee from 0 & R; Leonard Eu-
"How is your doctor son gettingon thermometer, which will be installed In a let bomber, W. N. Sullivan Lie e 1II1 p. T NOR
in his practice entomologist with the Department Agriculture, will wind o 0 I M A l.loOR I N IE B banks, Industrial Relations officer i
"Excellently he has made up two weeks of tests at the local DVCCenter Friday in an attemptto l.IF. vlArc AT j: 5. ARI has been appointed executive
he occasionally determine the maximum cold insect pests can survive. The thermometer ..E 10 I 151T .I 5 T IA TERE secretary; while Capt. Francis
enough money so records both time and temperature, showing how long TIS 15 T IYILlEI<<.
Burke, senior chaplain, is con)
tell a patient there ii nothing the insects can remain in sub-sero altitudes before freezing to .
wrong with him. death. (Answer to Page 2 Puzzle) sultant.


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