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: April 18, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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_ VOL-15 No. 2 U S. N. S. Jacksonville, Ha 18 April 1957 I

Sunrise Services AI 0545 ; '
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First Fund
>: i
Easter] ,.7

full t \4 \i \ CampaignNears

ScheduleAt Ar al

ChapelsSpecial ix d b a :oa t : CloseThe

first of three fundraising

Good Friday and 1I"a campaigns to be held

Easter Sunday services have Ti within the Jax Navy complex:

been arranged by the chap. \ for 1957 is nearing a closo} ;

lains of both St. Edward's and with April 26 set no the

AH Saints' Chapel to provide h ti: deadline.

every opportunity for militaryand Combined in the initial drivo

civilian personnel of the are five health agencies plus Caru

Station to participate in re and Crusade For Freedom. Na-

ligious\ ceremonies. .. ... ......... ... .............. tional health agencies to benefit
..........' _w.oW.. .. ...,..,, ...." "" ,.. _; wm.w.'" "' ". _
A three-hour service between from the contributions include
1200 and 1500'will be held to. CATHOLIC CHOIR IN REHEARSAL The choir of St. Edward's Chapel Is shown in rehearsalof American Cancer Society, Arth-
special Easter music. Members of the group are, front row (left to right) Ursula Diemert, Nicki
morrow at All Saints' Chapel Kramer and Onita Cooper. Second row, Anita Vanderzanden, Ruby Dodson, !Maxine Varnry, DonnaMarks ritis and Rheumatism Foundation,
based on the Seven Last Words Betty Peake, Nancy Renoud, !Marcel Lanjers and Mrs. Victoria Shashy, organist. Rear, Joe Muscular Dystrophy Association
from the Cross. Special music Stanton, Donat Lafond, Jack Granger, Vince Baucco, John Marks, Leo Parker, director Richard l>e. of America, National Society for

will be heard throughout the Mary_._.._.and......u... George....__..... ._ .Brenn.PROTESTANT. .. ,,-..... Crippled Children and Adult,
service, with soles by Mrs. Jess :: and United Cerebral Palsy.

Tannis, Mrs. Philip McCready, I Ir r Operating on a "true volun-

Allen Rosado, and Mrs. RobertE : r. tary" theme, all hands have been!
Osman, in addition to numbersby t;; given envelopes into which they

a mixed quartet and a duet ilt' can place their contributions.
: 9r
by Chaplain and Mrs. Osman. Personnel have a choice of turn-

ALL ARE welcome to attend t<];: ing their contributions over to
: designated within units
the service, and heads of depart Z t key men
1 : ; :t 1e or can mail donations direct to
ments are giving full cooperationto roil SF +
the agencies. Personnel who have
those who wish to do so. No
not yet received these envelopesstill
transportation to and from the
have time to their
see key
chapels has been arranged.The .
man and make their contribu..
services at St. Edward's tions.

Chapel will be held at 1530 tomorrow .
Newcomers who are not aware
when the Liturgy and r r
of the operation of the new sys-
Mass of the Pre-Sanctified will
be presented. (Please turn to Page/ 8, Col. 1))


start with a sunrise serviceat ,' Navy SelsExpansion

0545 at the Station stadium.

The sermon will be delivered by

Chaplain W. R. Bryant, and v --

there will be sacred music by the CHOIR REHEARSES The All.Saints' Chapel Choir Is putting/ finishing/,
Jax: Navy Band and the All ouches on special choral works for presentation during the final days of the Lenten season Members Of Sanford
Saints' Protestant Choir. are, front row (left to right), Donna Greenwood; Anne Brenneis; Mrs. Robert Osman; Billie
Messner; Mrs. John Tamils; Mrs. John Damon; Orvetta Anderson; Mrs P. W. McCready; Phyllis i Speculation on the location of
Regular services will be held Appleton; Mrs. Frank Inzer, and Chaplain Robert Osman, director Second row, Mrs. E. I.. Smith, another Navy master jet base in
in All Saints' Chapel at 0930 and organist! ; Dr. W. E.: Crenwelge; Jerry grovel; Arnold Engle; Mike Harrison; Sam Robinson; Allen the }Florida-Georgia area ended
1100, with special music by the Itosado; Stan Stranahan, and Melvin Mueller. Rear, Eil MeKeller; Landry Callagin; Stuart Nichols; last
choir and a solo by Mrs. Osman Frederick Barnes; Bill Taylor; Larry Presby; Richard Mobley; Grant Heiser, and Robert. Iledard. Friday that with the announcement -
------ existing facilities at

repeated at both services. The NAS Sanford, Fla, would be expanded -

0930 Chaplain message Osman will be and deliveredby is the More Items Seen Likely Dependents Can .

The Navy revealed that it plansto
final in a series devoted to Sym. Use PUS ClinicsThe
adapt and supplement existing
bols of Christianity. The 1100
For Service Public Health Service facilities at NAS Sanford to accommodate -
service will be delivered by ExchangesCompromise
Chaplain M. O. Stephenson.The outpatient clinic, located in the high performance jet
Federal Building, aircraft in lieu of relocating that
full schedule of services surrender, withdrawal of three items and delay in Jacksonville activity to
a site.
311 W. Monroe St., is' among
and musical numbers will be deciding disputes on at least four, resulted from a hearing of retailers -
about 25 such clinics listed by This decision, the Navy announced -
found on another page. and Defense Department representatives of the military ex. :
the Pentagon which are opento is in keeping with thu
change system before a House Armed Servics subcommitte last
HIGH MASS AT midnight On i dependents under services'new Defense Department policy of

Holy Saturday will usher in week. Medicare bill. using existing facilities whenevL'possible
Easter at St. Edward's Chapel. An original intcrscrvice committee I
writers with a $70 limit. Lost to The Pentagon also listed a in the interests 0 t
Masses will be held at 0630 request for 67 items basedon economy.
the retailers were civilian sweaters dozen PHS hospitals which
Easter Sunday at the Naval Hospital
reports from field command. drinking glasses and rings. are available to dependents : Original plans to relocate the
and at 0800, 0900 and 1000
ers was whittled down to 16 exclusive living in areas not within com- Sanford base were based 1 pon the
at St. Edward's Chapel. WHICH Defense got
muting distances of a military need for providing these facilitiesin
of the
The schedule at All Saints' disputed stocking all it wanted were: watch straps
in which
in the exchanges of tires and bat. hospital, or they may an area not threatened by encroachment -
(Please turn to Page; 8, Col. 5) teries, sports coats, children's and attachments containing pre. be required to use a militaryor of the surrounding

clothing and baby furniture. cious metals, up to $5; raising PHS facility, if available., population. However, in view of
before a civilian facility.\ more urgent requirements else-
price limit on 34-piecc set Of
'Forced9 Vaccine MAJ. GENERAL II. C. Parks, The list .includes all major where in the Naval Aeronautical
USAF, chief of the Army and Air flatware from $25 to $35; raising PHS facilities in the country, Shore Establishments the imme-

Plan Delayed Force Exchange Service who was limit on record players from $25 but additional listings of diate realization of a new base

chief witness for the military exchange to $50; raising price limit on smaller units will be furnishedto was not considered feasible, the
BuMed has
announced thatit systems, told the sub cameras and projectors from $35 members of the military statement said.
will not begin "forced"
a committee that only a small in. forces who them. The study plans called for a
polio vaccine this to $50; and on automotive supplies
year, crease over the list of items approved base suitable for the operation of
but will immunization and accessories up from $5
push a voluntary

in 1949 was requested, to $10. more than 160 planes of carrierair
plan. and even this "fell far short of Weekend Tide Table groups. Requirements Includea
Decision against the manda- meeting the expressed desire of Compromises were reached on HIGH LOW 10,000 foot runway and accom..
tory plan is to be put off until field commanders. price limits of military cuff links AM PM AM PM modations for 540 officers and 3,.

effectiveness of the voluntary I: ($7.50)); brassieres, ($5); girdles Fri. 11:40: 5:26: 5:30: 800 enlisted men.
No Navy or Marine Corps
program is determined. The rep. and garter belts ($4.50)); white Sat. 12.04 12:33: 6:20: 6:26: NAS Sanford is located 00
resentatives testified.
agreement was reached after a I shirts ($2.50)); cleaning and main- Sun. 12:55: 1:30: 7:17: 7:28: miles, south-southeast of Jack

conference by representativesof Gained by Defense was ap. tenance equipment ($5, or $10 on sonville. It covers 1,649 acres in

the three military medical proval of price rises in 13 items,' carpet sweepers, ironing boards, equipment ($25, or $50 on power Seminole County. Presently thereare

departments and the office of and the stocking of three new kitchen stools and clothes dry tools, photographic accessoriesand about 2,000 military person

the Assistant Secretary for ones-electric blankets, mater ers); radios ($35, or $50 on lawn mowers); and dinner- nel and 250 civilian employeesat

Defense (Health and Medical). nity dresses and portable type- transistor types); recreational ware ((12.50 to $25)). I Sanford.A' .



I NEWS' :: _19571

Page 2 JAX AIR 18 April

JflXflIflB4ITh Navy 11 1

Published every Thursday; for ; and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville Florida
NAS, Juklol\'UI.
Capt William S. Ilarrli .. ... Commanding OfficerComdr Friday, April 19
Robert II. Smith _.._, -, Executlv Officer The _
Air "atboadll. Mainside Westward
tear Adm. Dclbert S. Corn lid __ Commander with
Capt. S. S. Starcy, Jr. .,.,.--..,__._. Chief of Staff Wagons (color western)
Fleet Air \\II' tlevenJiftial Fess Parker and Kkthleen Crow- t
Capt. Sidney S. Lawrence Commander .
Comdr. T. S. White :::-- If_.__ Ch1ef Stall: Officer I ey. Also Disney Land USA. dtp
Ali Tech.ical Tralala c Center;
Capt. Charles L Moore Jr. -m. Commanding Officer NATTCenter Man Afraid
Comdr.: Wilfred E. Fleshman l-xccuUve: Officer (drama) with Jane Pono, Don

Capt. Benjamin N. AM .- Commanding Officer Wyman. Also Tree Medic.
?:apt. Marcy Shupp ............ Executive Officer
NAliTU' Hospital Hell Crossroads
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer
Comdr. William E. Hardy ExccuUOfficer (nat. drama) with Sally Hobart

and John Viscon'ti.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the V. S. Naval Air Station.
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds Saturday April 20 '*
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-33. 'v. ,
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge: at the Naval Air Station theNaval Mainside Annie Get Your
Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the
U. S. Naval Hospital. Gun (color musical) Betty Hut- ilL

Service Information Officer????.,.???.?.,?....? ,t.t. Dave Cecsley ton and Howard Keel.
Managing Editor Andrew II. Planey o
Assistant Editor Gordon Rubble;: Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jnrk NATTCenter Westward Ho
Holmes 1'111; Lynn Weldman. JO3; John bbt.U. JOSN; Den Sjlar, :SA: ; The color
1'hjllls Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, l'H3. Wagons ( western) less
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press St-n'lcl'i Parker and Kathleen Crowley.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted --
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Sen-Ice. Republication\ of other Also Disney Land USA.
matter except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of HONORED BY NAVY William "Bill" Johnson, executivevicepresident
Kdltor: JAX AIR NEWS. Hospital Man Afraid (drama and manager of the Jacksonville Area Chamberof

h Editorial I offices! located Main Administration Building. Phone extension ) Jane Pono, Don Wyman. Commerce, expresses his appreciation after receiving/ the
8.116. :ai6 and Also Tree Medic. Distinguished Public Service Award, highest award the Navy can
Rive a civilian. Mr. Johnson was presented the award in ceremoniesat
8164.Christ Sunday, April 21 the NAS parade ground last Friday morning! At the !left is
Is Risen! Mainside Don't Knock the Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville .

Rock (musical) Bill Haley and I who made the presentation. Second from left is Capt. \\11.
"This is the day which the Lord hath made: let us be glad and liam S. Harris, commanding officer of NAS Jax.ITrcasury .
p Alan Dale. Also Asphalt
jcjoice therein," 117th Psalm, verse 24. Play-
Jesus, our Blessed Redeemer, who gave up His life amidst the
To Push E
NATTCenter' Bond
Annie Get
most terrible sufferings, broke the bortds of death, and, true to His -
oft repeated promise, arose gloriously from the grave, upon the Your Gun (color musical) Betty

third day. Hutton and Howard Keel. Sales With Big Promotion

"You seek Jesus of Nazareth, Who was crucified: He is.riscn, He Hospital Westward Ho The .

is not here." Wagons (color western) less Comdr. F. L. Lawrence, director of the Office of Savings! bow
Parker and Kathleen
The great work of our redemption is now accomplished, the debt Also Crowley. Navy Department, Washington, D. C., and Roy Powell, Florida dIrector
Disneyland USA.
of sin is paid, hell is overpowered, man is reconciled to God, and the of savings bonds sales, Treasury Department, met with about
gates of heaven are opened to us. Therefore, we say exultantly with 40 military and civilian bond sales representatives last Friday in the
the church: "This is the day the Lord hath made." After a woman driver has Mainside Theatre.

_parked her car.. her bit .nroblcmis ___ ___ .
Christ is risen! May this message of the Angel awaken us. Maywe which of the three--g The meeting was preliminaryto
arise from the sleep of sin. "The night is passed, the day has parking 1 been designated "Minute Man
meters she should an active savings bonds
put her nicklc pro-
dawned; lay aside the works of darkness and put on the armor of Month" by the Treasury Depart

light! Arise you who sleep and Christ will enlighten you." in. motion during May, which has ment.

May we listen to this voice! May our spirit be revived. Let us COMDR. LAWRENCE hung: his

begin to lead a new life to avoid sin, to keep the commandments of appeal for 100 percent Jax Navy

God that we may partake of the blessed fruits of the resurrection of / enrollment in the savings bond

our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. payroll deduction plan on an expected -

Chaplain Francis Burke, imprpvement in return

Senior Chaplain from the bonds. Now in the Con

gressional hopper are a numberof

such improvements asked by

.Easter Faith's Anchorage the Treasury Department in or-

der to boost sales of Series E

In one of the villages of northern India a missionary was bonds.If .

preaching in a bazaar. As he closed a Mohammedan gentlemancame
interest rates en
to him and said. "You must admit we have one thing you approved,
the be increased to
have not and it is better than anything you have." E bonds will
3.25 percent, maturity will be
The missionary smiled and replied, "I should be glad to hear
11 months,
reached in eight ,
what it is." The Mohammedan said, "You know that when we go years
and earning will start at three
to Mecca we find at least a coffin. When you Christians go to w 4 ac, zit .n.
after the bonds are held
Jerusalem you find nothing but an empty grave."
r I two and one-half years. The improvements
The missionary smiled, saying, "That is just the difference. I I would be effective
Mohammed is dead and in his coffin. But Jesus Christ is not here;
Feb. 1, 1957.

He is risen MARINES Sill? OVER Four Marines from the NAS THIS and the
A living Christ. That is our hope. He is not dead but alive for- Barracks hipped over last Thursday for a total 01 2-1 Marine IN SPITE OF ,

evermore. Holy Week and Easter brings us face to face with life being sworn In for six more by Capt. B. J. Keller, executive years. Shown 011I- fact that the bond sales drive wa

and death. Good Friday is the day of remembrance of the death of cer, are Cpl. James Harris, 1\lIna'ola, 'Ia.: PIc. Ronald Sttitt'rwalt, deferred from an original March

Christ His suffering and agony for the sins of mankind. It is the John Walsworth Conaway, Ohio, Parkersburg: Pfe. Harry McCormick, Alger, Ohio and Cpl kick-off to May in order to take
W. Va.
day to search our own lives in comparison with His. have teiiutrln? Philadelphia McCormick''s has chosen and Steilerwalt advantage of the expected Im-
to stay at Comdr.
NAS Ju in returns,
Easter is the'very great affirmation that death's iron curtain station *ay chose (*uantlc, Va, as his next dutyCrippler provement Lawrence declared that security,

has been shattered forever. It is faith's anchorage. The story of the
risen Christ will set men singing at their tasks; it gives meaning to not yield, will be the major emphasis -

daily living; it opens long vistas of exploration toward the truth; Arthritis Great of the campaign.

it brings courage to the suffering; it lightens heavy burdens; it Stressing the stability of savings

sustains the martyr in his ordeal; it gives hope to the oppressed and bonds in comparison with

makes faith in spiritual purpose the answer to all of life. "speculative investments" in the

Christ is risen the very basis for faith. When we believe Hits Victims At All Ages stock market, he listed the ad-

that Christ conquered death and the grave then we have new vantages of Series E bonds as a

thinking. We walk alone faith (This is the fifth in a series guaranteed
no longer by Christ walks with us. of articles dealing with agencies involved "patriotic" purchase
No job is too big by faith He lightens the burden. in the first fund raising campaign of the year within the Jax- price stability and effectual "de-

No night too dark by faith His radiance shines around us. Navy f complex. Thi week pertinent data is offered on The Arthritis ferred spending."

No giant too imposing by faith lIe gives us courage. No evil too and Rheumatism Foundation). lIe announced that Fleet Air

Satanic by faith He gives deliverance. When we think of arthritis and rheumatism our thoughts Jacksonville was cooperating
seem to shift to the
Easter is faith's "older folks-pcople 30 plan by
anchorage. and But years of age with the local promotion
ovcr. arthritis
Chaplain Robert E. Osman, chi1Qren as well as adults. rheumatism strike at every age- inviting up to 100 bond volun
of the Navy
teers to be guests
NAS Protestant
Chaplain DID
arthritis is our greatest cri p. for a full day training cruise
pIer It
can cripple its victims for NAAS
months, years, or aboard a carrier out of
NURSERY OPEN ON Announce Honor Man I nently.000,000 More Americans than 50% of its victims are under 45. Some perms 11,- Mayport. The date of the projected

EASTER SUNDAY At AE GraduationPaul diseases. suffer from arthritis and other rheumatic cruise will probably be m

Parents will be able to leave TIIEUE IS HOPE FOR early July.
children at the NAS Nursery Thompson, AEIAN, of rheumatic diseases. It these victims of arthritis and .
comes from
Kandiyohi, Minn., was the honor treatment, education and modern sub
when they attend church services research on both the local and national Constructing a
student of last week's graduatingclass level. marine the use of over
Easter Sunday.The Those who sUffer requires
now can be j helped,
at Aviation Electrician'sMate through treatment
nursery will open at Education in this field can bring seven million items.
Class A School at NATT- Uesearch
0530 to accommodate. those prevent crippling in the future. Arthritis and .

worshipping at the sunrise Center. CAN be wiped out as have other dreaded YoTK crew submarine

service. Nursery will remain Thompson, who entered the an opportunity to help bring this all about Living The of a modern individual

open Easter Sunday until 1230. Navy in June, 1956, is currentlyawaiting ously to the arthritis and rheumatism foundation gener must conduct 225 chcrK1'
/ orders. present Federal Service Fund during the operational and equipment
Raising Campaign. to rig for diving.



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18 April 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page

Old Ship's Newspaper Discloses

l Five Admirals In The MakingA I

edition of "The
that I had forsaken my white hat

Observer," ship's newspaper of for a watch cap. The captain hap. .

the USS Lexington, recently of this and
pcned to catch sight ,
turned up at the home of Lcdr. for a full fifteen minutes he per-

J Harry F. Johnson, Training Facilities sonally made me aware of the

Officer at NATTCenter. evils of wearing a watch cap on

Dated March 20, 1931, the the flight deck If names are any indication of
had been printed
newspaper news value, even the editor of
when the Lexington, one of the the now-yellowed edition had

a Navy's first aircraft carriers, plenty to write about. An All-

was at anchor in Panama Day. Navy golfer named Lcdr. William ,

WIIAT MAKES the issue so S. Popham, he went on to retireas
a rear admiral. .
interesting is that it showed

Capt. E. J. King as commanding
Navy Opposes Cash
officer, Comdr. J. H. Hoover as

executive officer, Comdr. Daniel Incentive Plan

I Ia Hunt as newly-reported medical Cash incentive awards: for

officer, and mentioned a young servicemen' and women, pro-

/ G l pilot, Lt. A. M. Pride. posed by the Air Force, got
cold treatment from the Navy
If some of these names sound
which strongly opposes the
familiar it is quite understandable measure.

for the commanding officer Declaring that such a pro-
went on to wear the five stars ofa gram would "tend to degradethe
fleet admiral, and the executive service attitudes towards
ra I officer, in later years, was to patriotism and devotion to

p 'wear the four stars of an admiral. duty," the Navy wants no partof
The medical officer who had it.
just reported aboard became a On the other hand, the Air
rear admiral in the medical Force has endorsed substantialcash
corps, and the young pilpt, who' payments' for service personnel -
made the news with the first who submit cashsavingideas
landing aboard the ship, is now to the government in the
Vice Admiral Alfred M. Pride. same manner' as the plan' already -

THE FINDINfJ of the newspa- set up for civilian employees
per among his souvenirs led of the government.
Lcdr. Johnson, who at the time Reduced to essentials, the
'was serving aboard the Lexington argument scorns to be based on
whether' civilian employees of
as an aviation machinist
mate third class with squadron tlv Navy are also degraded by

VT1D, to recall)) an anecdote con- the incentive awards plan, or
cerning himself and Captain whether military personnel are
King being deprived of justified
Old Lady to Old Salt "Ex- awards when they 'come up

Kids! Want To Have Fun, ? cuse me. Do those tattoo marks flight"While deck working one afternoon out on," the he with time and money savings
ideas which the
wash off?" said, "the wind from props of

How About Coloring Us _Old Salt -:- "I, can't jay, lady." planes warming up was so great well use.f .

Calling all junior artists. On this page arc two drawings
bearing the theme of Easter which military dependents 12 or under

may. have fun in coloring.
Here's all you do if you are 12 years or under and a dependentof
an officer or enlisted man stationed aboard NAS Jax: Color the

cartoons the* best you can with crayons; fill your first name, age, ,
parent's name and telephone number (or parents business phone);
and have your parents bring or send the cartoon to The Jax Air
News, Room 230, Main Administration Building, NAS Jax. All
cartoons must be submitted by deadline 1600 Tuesday, April 23. \
There will be no prizes for this contest. It's all in fun and we
thought we would give the kids a chance to get into the spirit of
Easter, but we will take a photo of the winners for publication in
the Jax Air News and perhaps have a few other surprises, too!
No cheating nowl! Let the children do their own coloring. Besides

they'll do a better job anyway.

Name .

Age Phone No.

Parents NameGarden .. .. l

The world catch of fish has ,, 1
Circle ,
risen by more than 40 per cent .

since 1948 with Japan far in the
Elects -New
lead. Next is the United States

which holds second place over
Officer SlateMrs. Russia.

S. S. Searcy was elected
president of the NAS Garden tion, for which they could only

Circle for the coming year at the use plants mentioned in the
election held last Thursday. Bible
Other officers elected were: Mrs.J .
Under the direction of Mrs. L.
C. Davison, first vicepresident
; Mrs. B. J. Robison, second A. Hopkins, civic chairman,, oa o
members will be in charge of
vice president; Mrs. N. O. Anderson
secretary; Mrs. W, G. Maw- erecting the Easter cross in the ( I. a
hinney, treasurer. chapels' courtyard and will place t
flowers there for the holiday
A workshop on crescentshapedflower season.A .
arrangements was con
small informal flower show
ducted by Mrs. H. W. Stricklandat ,,
will be held on April 24 at the
the conclusion of the business
Officer's Club with husbands invited
Circle members Mrs. J. C. as guests. Ladies are askedto
make reservations for \Ji
Davison and Mrs. G. J. Webb wona separate .
their in this event. V ,
blue ribbon for entry
the spring flower show held by The next meeting of the Gar-
the Garden Club of Jacksonvillelast den Circle will be a luncheon on hr
week-end. Their entry was in May 17, at which time the newly
the "Out of the Past" classifica-I elected officers will be installed

4 JAX AIR NEWS 18 April 1957

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.. p 41' '
t VA-44 'reanlRetllrns ??,,,,
I .

,,- From +A, :: Ti .A 'J4..

Gunnery MeetComdr.

T. J. "Tiger Jack" Taylor -

and his Attack Squadron

torty-Four team returned this
: week from El Centro, Calif., 4 % ,

where they have just finished

With TheToastmasters competing in the second All Navy

Weapons Meet. Z {
In air-to-ground competition,

VA-44 came in second. This gave *
At last week's meeting of the them first spot among entries w +r A ;

Mar-Nav Easy-7 Club toastmaster from the Atlantic Fleet. 4 S

for the meeting was Phil Me Lt. Jack B. Rader was high

Cready scorer for the squadron, with a

Speakers for the meeting were total of 12CO points. He was also m._ ._.. __ _m .. ___ "-'
Bob Gellcs)] who spoke on The second in points for all competing HOME FROM EL CENTRO MEET The "Hornets" of VA-44 recently returned from the All.
B-52 Airplanes and John Susman I Navy Weapons Meet\ at El Centro, Calif. The NAS Jax-based squadron finished second in aJMo-
who spoke on Excess Personne corn-1 ground firing, leading all other Atlantic Fleet entries In. this competition. In a triumphant pose are
in the USAF. members of the team Front row (left to right) are, Francis Ingram, AOC; Ltjg( ) James wiliis'; Lt
Pilots participating for VA-44 (Jg) William Keating; Comdr. T. "Jack" Taylor, commanding officer of VA-44; Ltjg( ) Patrick P
Bill Hall presented table topics were: Comdr. Taylor, squadron Marsha; Lt. Jack II. Uader, and Ward Smith, AMC. Second row, Nicholas La Qualia, AOl; Robert
nnd Harold Rich acted as genera! skipper; Lt. Rader; Ltjg) Patrick Becker, A02; John Zeccklne, ATI; Darrell Goodhew, AOl; Wayne Jones, A03; James Dawson, ADS;
evaluator. This P. Marsha Ltjg( ) William Palmer Holland, AMI; Edward Miller, AE1, and Hilly Wilkinson, AK1. Rear, Francis Bergeron
Thursday evenlng's ; AMAN; William Staley, AD2; John Laiturl, AN; Joseph Kenney, AD3; William Bird, AN; James Gal:
session at 1845 will be _a Seating,.and Ltjg( ) James Willis. ton, ADI; Robert Benton, AE3, and Kenneth KinO, ATS. Not shown are: Lt. Tom W. Trout; Charles
dinner meeting at the CPO Club. The "Hornet" pilots were ac- Wallace, AD2; Thomas Fitzgibbons, AM3; James Gregor, AO3, and Arthur Atwell, AOL
Any E-7 interested in becoming a companied to El Centro by a supporting --
toastmaster is cordially invited t to team of twentythreemen
More Revisions Made InNavy's You Lose When Ion
and Lt. Tom W. Trout, maintenance -
Replace Civilians
Navy Civilian Toastmasters en Shorvey ProgramPersonnel With Military
joyed one of their biggest turn
out's to date Tuesday' night with Fleet To Add 15 serving in a "fleet Replacement of civilian employees -
TilE BASIC remains with
some 20 members hand plan military personnel
on for a shore duty" capacity, the inclusion
full evening program arrangedby I New Vessels with the exception of now adds to the cost of Government
of normal class "B"
Aubrey Silvey. including personnel such asthose James A. Campbell
With Milo Jones as toastmasterthe Fifteen new ships will join schooling on rotation from shoreto on .ComFairJax administrative president of the American
group heard three speakers: the active fleet during the sea and the refinements bringing staff. It also allows personnel Federation of Government Employees

Gordon King, who spoke on "It's next eight months and nine the Shorvey procedures up- to go to class "B" schools on has charged.
A Woman's World"; Jay Ellis other ships now being converted to-date as they are tested and completion of their regular tour Campbell wired his protestto
"My Name Is Jay"; and Umberto and modernized, will proved are the significant additions of shore duty before reporting to the Secretary of Defense and
Pezzula, "Value 0 f CrcdJt also join the fleet during the to the Shorvey procedure a sea billet. the Chairmen of the House and
Unions." remainder of 1957. incorporated in BuPers Inst. As under the old instruction, Senate Appropriations Com-

Speech evaluators were Rod 1306.21C, effective 1 April 1957. personnel in the AC, CT, MA, mittees when 22 civilian workers -

Pinney, Ray Datres and Dom .. .... '. .... MU and TD ratings and in rate who were operating ferry
Worsowicz, with Bill Clearmanas .' :: AGC are exempted from "Shor- service from Fort Baker, Calif.,
master evaluator. Gordon ,. vey." Personnel in continuing I to the Nike site on AII'I( l
King ::;., I Island, were fired and thl'II'
was adjudged best speakerof programs under the direct distributional -
the evening. Ernie Newbcrg t control of the Chiefof places taken by military en w ,
was topic master. Naval Personnel are not under His wire read: "Every t unit' +'

Plans have been completed for ? 1" the new Shorvey program either. military personnel replace i J-
the big charter presentation cere- : vilians, the cost of Goum-

mony-dinner April 23 at the Of- .< ; .*. Li ).{;. ; ; struction TilE THREE-SECTION is essentially the same 4n- ment goes up. Proper utiii+-
:ficers. Club. .tft* : .... tion of both civilian and military
::: ,
; .
: ... ,: 1 : >:.:.:.... as: BuPers Inst. 1306.21 "bravo" personnel is essential u
'", ....,. which it replaces. It details information '
Navy Jax Toastmasters held : economical operation of GO\ -
their 172nd meeting at the "O" I ':"'" """ regarding .the process ernment and effective nation;+l
f. which goes on in the naval district
Club last Thursday evening, with PAMI defense. Repeated investigations : -
20 members present. With president but remains show that cost to the tax
Bill. Barren acting as toast- : basically the same set-up as wasl'eported : payer rises when military UTI'
.. : in a previous issue ofJ "
master, Bob Keller held the assigned to civilian-type job .
ax Air News.
reins as acting president, and ..

doubled as master evaluator. The The entire Seavey-Shorvey program .,;'7'>.'-' .,. ""'i
i if is
program was interesting, with was outlined in the January -
Dave Beeslcy in charge of table issue of "All Hands." ':.
topics. Mal Maloney spoke on -S SOn < .

"The Human Element" SasSasser's L.
', ..
subject was "Build a :.. ,
Better Mousetrap" while Did 1\\

Agnew gave a numerous discourse i .. "\
on "The Weather." Clancy :'" : I r-
,. ,
Rich spoke on "Civil Service .. NOlil
,- .
smx x oa,. :
Friend or Foe Colonel Timm on: +ww.twa.'dfc>.oadN f
"Auditions," and Casey Jones on otherwise THIS gentle WON'T animals HURT!into- Realizing d.lldren often aggravate l le lj
"Whats In A Name." biting then because of their rough Easter Sunday,
play, Roy lleim, IIM1, removes danger of rabies commencing
This week's meeting will b e small daughter Susan's pet dog, "Nick," receive anti-rabies by having shots his at 1300, the CPO Club will feature
held at 1145 at the "O" Club. every year. Administering the preventive dose is Dr. James Fish its annual Easter Egg Hunt
of l1ughes.the San Juan Animal Hospital, assisted by handler_ Willis for children of E-7 personnel.

__ The hunt will be held >
around the
0-5,0-6 Officers ; 5' AI4
swimming pool and patio, with
May Be RetiredThe I Rabies Clinic Held here children divided into age groups -

The 3-5, 6-8 and 912. .
yearly anti-rabies clinic l 't;:
Kilday subcommittee of conducted on the Station last rabies is .100%. fatal to both man Prizes (all donated) will be S 5i
the House Armed Services week received a fine response and beast. awarded the lucky children find-

committee is considering a with 35 animals receiving pre- If you should ever experience ing the numbered eggs, and in i s -A
Navy-Marine plan to force out ventive shots. such a bite, authorities recommend addition each child will have an iI tY 4, t
certain O-5's and 06s. Nearly all of the animals were washing the wound opportunity to win a new bicycle : 'iA ?,
Under the plan, commandersand dogs but several cat owners out with soap and running water The drawing for the bicycle will Zr w eSu f,{ d:
lieutenant colonels twice brought in their pets since cats, .. to remove the saliva, then going follow the egg hunt. w i i.t.
passed over for O-6, would be as well as other warmbloodedanimals immediately to your physician The club will feature a turkey
I retired, giving the same retirement are also subject to this I At the same time someone should dinner throughout the day at
pay as if the officers disease. report the circumstances of the nominal prices for both adult
had continued to 26 years' Several hundred people are bite to the health authorities. and children. Ladies dining at the .. '

service-the present guaran- treated annually in Florida for Suspected animals should be club will be given a free chanc ksrcy;x ,w '.t
rabies, which is caused by a virus impounded for 14 on a permanent wave, the winner
tee.In days if
addition the Navy wantsto germ present in the saliva of a ble under the supervision to be determined when the galley SEW LOVELY Dressed r.
consider captains as they rabid or mad animal. When a veterinarian. If the pf a closes at 2100. for the part, blonde Larri
animal has In Thomas on
reach five years in grade and person is bitten, rabiesloadedvirus rabies"he will become sick or die view of the large crowd expected a factory-type poses appropriately sewing: machine
select some for retirement enters his body through the within that time and the patient officials on Easter Sunday, club after she was chosen for a role
with the pay they would receive bite and travels to the brain should then immediately request that patrons In the movie, "The Pajama
had they completed 30. along the nerves. If not treated, the anti-rabies treatment. begin park across the street from the Game." For those Interested in
club, next to the football stadium. sew-tistlcs, Lard Measures a
curvy 382337.Page .



18 April 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

F- ;i JiA Hospital Maintenance Sets

Remarkable Safety Score .

An all time high record of 1000 accident-free days with no lost

time was established last week by the 75 safety conscious personnel

of the Naval Hospital Jacksonville maintenance division.A .

'sr: special holder was added to fiver Capt. Benjamin Ahl says he

\I\1M1N\\H DIVISION the safety Scoreboard last Thurs has never known to be surpassedby

i o o Q Since a u 't Ttrne Accident I I day to accommodate four figures any other naval activity, has
PAYr A rp
instead of three. received a great assist from spe-

TilE ALMOST three-year-old cial safety meetings held once a -
record began back 'in 1954, right
week, under the guidance of Lt.
3; after the same facility had been
featured in the Jax Air News as Charles Caldwell, who is chief of

having established what was then the maintenance division and

considered a record-breaking 372 also safety officer.

days without a lost time accident. All shop supervisors attend

Someone apparently relaxed: these meetings as safety committee -
aR r-. \ their safety factor vigilance eight members. The spfety meas-
r days later, however, when the
ures they learn there are passedon
figures went back to zero after in
to. the employees, who
the first accident in just over a turn have apparently given their

year. fullest cooperation to this pro
:'/ Maintenance work for a facilityas
: large as the Naval Hospitalcalls
Unless becomes
(. someone carelessly -
;. for employment of electricians confident after readingthis
painters, plumbers, 'machinists -
: article, there's no telling to
,f"s'.. carpenters, laundry what final astronomical figures
workers, and grounds and roads maintenance
: : hospital personnelcan
workers. All of these trades call take this exceptional safety
BOAST ENVIABLE SAFETY RECORD Grouped proudly around the safety Scoreboard carry for the use of machinery, power record
ing; the new 1,000 day no-lost-time mark among: employees of maintenance division, Naval Hospital tools, scaffolding, and other S. .
Jax, are members of the proud unit. Front row (left to right) are: James Harrison, quarterman; Inez dangerous to life and
Hodges, leadingman, laundry; William Fair, head truck driver; Robert Scott, head electrician; Joe equipment
Davis, head painter; Ellington Johnston, head plumber, and Charles Tarver, head machinist. Rear, limb when placed in unskilled or New Program
Capt. Benjamin N, Ahl, commanding officer, Naval Hospital; Capt. Marcy Shupp, executive officer, careless hands.
and Lt. Charles Caldwell, chief of Hospital's maintenance division. Supervisors not shown in picture TilE NEW 1000-hour record,
are: Angus Hague, head carpenter; Lawson Wilson, power plant supervisor, and Kramer Morgan, lead which Hospital commanding of- IIonorsri'ol)
ingman, grounds and roads.

GPO Club Manager, VF-31 EM'sFighter
Bills Benefitting ServicemenFind

Awaiting Transfer, Squadron-31, presently
based at NAS Cecil Field, has inaugurated -

Tough Going In Pentagon Gels CommendationCommended the a outstanding new program enlistedman recognizing

SALTY HUMOR FROM last week with a of each month. .
Service legislation, much of it planned to aid service personnel,
HERE AND THERE meritorious award for outstanding
The award consists of a written
is having a tough time getting out of the Pentagon.The .
performance of duty, James commendation presented orallyby
Johnny was being permitted to big annual military con- the officer "hump" bill, backedby II. Lane, ADC at the same time the squadron's skipper,
bring in the kittens when a shrill, struction bill has a target date the Navy and providing early heard Captain W. S. Harris, NAS Comdr. J. E. Tefft, at personnel
protesting meowing and spittingwas before Congress of May 1, but retirement for certain commanders commanding officer, express sin- inspection. In addition, the man
heard. probably will miss it by a weekor and captains. cere regret at the news of his receives a scale model of the
two with the Air Force section
"Be careful, Junior," cried his DROPPED BY THE Pentagon imminent transfer from the com F3I1.211 "Demon," the aircraft

father, "so as not to hurt the the retarding factor. is the plan to permit persons to mand. ,. flown by VF31.
kittens." The substandard housing bill reenlist without losing GI educational Chief Lane received his commendation The first three winners, for
and the nurse career incentive for the results he
benefits accrued for
"But I am careful daddy, replied the months of January, Februaryand
measure have passed the House. achieved during the past seven
Johnny "I'm carefully service before Feb. 1, 1955. March arc Richard Schoen-
But the Defense request for of the
per teen months
'arrying 'em by their stems. born, AM3, Arthur Ross, AN and
manent authority for free entry : Chief Petty Officr's Mess (Open),
Robert Stoner AN
of gifts from service members Ordnance Honors during which time many improvements --.... .
Mrs. Gossip: "So your daughteris overseas was referred to the. I andLane
about to marry I Do you really Ways and Means Committee in Snared By James fcGeorge. additions were
reel she is ready for the battle of. 'Blackbirds'FareWell
life?'* the House and never introduced. .James, AOAN, of Neo- made to the
Since it deals with taxes, it has sho, Mo., was the honor studentof club.
Mrs. Chatter: "She should be, to originate in the House last week's graduating class at i, Formerly as- In NavalWeapons
.-.he's been in four engagements BILLS INTRODUCED but Aviation Ordnanceman School y signed to VF-

already" waiting committee action are: Class A at NATTCenter. 111 J, Chief Lane MeetThe
quarters allowance for Reservesand James who served in the Navy was scheduledto
Voice on telephone: "This is Guardsmen; $300 uniform from 1946-1948, re-enlisted in leave last VA-45 "Blackbirds" lived
Harry. I won't be able to come I allowance for Regular officers October, 1956. Friday to join I II up to their noted background and .
to work" today. My wife broke a and Regular warrant officers and He has been assigned to Special VF-213 at Mof- I came winging home victorious

leg. inter-service transfer of officers. Weapons School, Albuquerque, fet Field, California I again. The pilots and men of VA-
Employer: "What has that todo Not yet cleared for Congress is New Mexico. I 45 proceeded to El Centro, Calif.,

with your coming to work?" ..... .........-- armed with cigars in their beaks
Voice: "It was my leg she y w '- ; :: : and bombs and rockets under

broke! their wings "participate
In the
All-Navy Weapons Meet
Wife: "John;, I'm ashamed of ti4
Needless to the "Dlackbirds"
say, -
i he way we live. Mother pays for
continued to bombard the
our car and its upkeep. Aunt
d targets until they walked
Martha >< x away
buys clothes. sister
our My >
with first place honors among
sends us money for :food. I
prop driven aircraft and
don't cap-
like to complain but I'm
tured third place in stiff
competition -
sorry we can't do better than
that. x furnished by some of the
best and latest jet aircraft
: "You should be. You
have two uncles that don't sendus TilE 'BLACKBIRDS" Once
a dime." again exhibited their effectiveness -

YfjpgSW and proved to everyone that

Speaking about hatred, a a, 9 the AD "Skyraider" is still the
Preacher asked those members of most versatile aircraft in the

his congregation who had con- world.

quered this sin to stand up. The air-to-ground competition

A very old man the oldest ,. consisted of rocketry, glide
man in the county got to his x bombing, dive bombing and loft

feet. bombing for the AD squadrons.Lt. .

"You don't hate anybody at H. A. Ten Eyck and Lt. E.

fill?" asked the preacher. t--..,fin.... ......... nx1FrPrri :.woasamp lrntair.:rA.fim.,9hr arr .Wnrx.mM..' .*rmvN.w 'Ji' x Axwrrx .. S. Fay were the top individual
t" "No, I don't," said the old man."That's FARE WELL AT EL CENTRO Shown above are members of the VA-45 "Blackbirds" team scorers for VA-45 with Ten Eyck
wonderful. Tell us how that took top honors in AD-typ aircraft competition during the All-Navy Weapons Meet at El Cen- edging Fay by only a few points.
you did it." tro Calif., recently.. Front row (left to right) are, J. ((0)) Goodman, AN; T, (n) Marchese, AN; R. D.Driscoe .
"Well," piped the aged one, AN; R. J. Gilbert, AD3; D. M. Germain, ADR3; J. n. Cardwell, AA; J. A, Gray, AT3, and D. TilE OTHER members of tho
All those skunks did J. Ekhelser, AMzV Second row, Schneider, ADI; C. A. Watson, AOC; LtJ( ) C. A. Pearson; Comdr. G. "Hot Shots," led by Comdr
me officer Lt. II. A. Eyck LtJff( ) T. E. Morton and W. ( ) Beaue-
(n) Goodwin, squadron commanding ; ; n Glendon (n) Goodwin, command
Wrong, all those blankety blanksI rard, A01 Rear, G. D, Brown, AO1; II. K. Richardson, AN; G. J. Romero, AN; T. F. Brennan, AN;
hated" and he cackled triumphantly C. L. RachalL AOANj; G. F. Kreuiberr, AN; A, E. Nuttlnir, AN, and D. S. Wajstaff, AE1. Absent ing officer, were Ltjg( ) T E.
:"They're all dead!I" from the picture are Lt. E. S. Fay and J. II. Reynolds, ADC. Morton and Ltjg( ) C. A. Pearson!! ,


Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 18 April 1957

Citadel Next Opponent If Jax Navy Links

For Jax Nine p'4 He Squad Records

Shaky Navy Two More WinsThe

The Jax Navy baseball Fliers, suffering from a double Jax Navy varsity golf

complex of shoddy defense and lack-lustre hitting, face a team won two matches over the
formidable foe in The Citadel at :Mason Field tomorrow and weekend
beating Green Cove

Saturday. Springs, 24tt-2%, Saturday at
Facing stiff early season op-
baseball Fliers last week as the the NAS course, then playing in
position, Jax Navy is hoping to
Missoula Mont. the JAX Amateur Golf Associa-
regain the victory trail after
three handed the home forces a double tion, defeated Beauclerc Country
defeats. Tomorrow'
straight -
lacing, 11-7 and 6-0, at Mason A. 9 A Club, 29-7%, Sunday on the
game starts at 1GOO with Beauclerc turf
Saturdays tilt scheduled for a ,, -; .
1430 beginning. I Missoula, member of the Lou Chaff of Jax Navy was low

IT WAS number four and five- Pioneer League, a fast Class C iJ : rrwi y- ? man in the Green Cove match,

circuit Frank Jankunis S posting a one under par 71.
losses that Is-for the Jax Navy
ace of the Flier mound corps, for Teammate Bill Scarbrough shot

20 hits, good for 11 runs. 73 to take second place honor.In .

VAH-3 Roasts Trio The game was closer than the zr the Beauclerc match' Chaff
L A5:! again took low position with a
IVilh Flier Nine score' indicated, however, with 75. Walt Strader was number two
bulk of the damage coming in the
Heavy Attack Squadron shooter with a 80.

Three is well represented on ninth when the Timberjacks The Jax Navy golf team will

this year's Jax Navy baseball hits pushed home four runs on five : play its next Jax Amateur Golf

club with three men holding Association match at Cecil Field,

down positions with the team. DENNY SINQUEFIELD blasted April 28.

Flier pasture men include five hits, Joe Weatherspoon and JAX NAVY LINKSMEN These seven linksters are pooling .

VAH-3's John Gibbon and Chico Gonzales three each for talents In hopes of copping the Pensacola Invitational Golf Tour-

George Allen. Holding a spoton Missoula.! One of Wealhcrspoon's nament, May 9-12 at Pensacola. Currently 6-4 for the season, the Mixed Two-Ball
Flier golf -squad is tackling a host of formidable collegiate and
the Jax Navy mound staffis was a homer.A service teams this season. Front row left to right) are: Bob Bur- Held By OWGAThe .

Charlie Freese, also of trio of Timberjack flingers ton, Lew Chaff and Frank Richards Hear, Dave Bruce, Bill Scar-

VAH-3. combined to toss a four-hit brough, Walt Strader and Bob Taylor. Officers Wives monthly

\A1I-S HEN: WITH JAN NAVY white-washing at the Fliers in mixed two-ball foursome was

Geoiite John: Gibbon Allen ."... rf If the second contest. Hitting stars lAX AIR NEWSFLIERS' held April 1G at the station golf

Chaillc Jreese V were again Weatherspoon and course.

------ Sinquefield, who blasted back-to- Mr. and Mrs. Les Platt won

back home runs in the fifth the first flight in last month's

AFPS SPORTS inning. play while Mrs. Julian More-

Joe Rodgers, formidable Flier house and Mr. T. R. McLanagham

RoundupA third sacker, got two of Jax took second place honors.Mr. .

Navy's four singles. Elmer "Red" and Mrs. A. W. Urquhart

went teamed to win the second flight.
Mingle eight innings on
SAILOR Is Home From the
the mound six Prizes will be awarded to first
issuing' hits five
Sea If home is where the ,
and FARINGS place finishers and runnerup
- runs two walks. Brian
heart is, the athletic departmentat SPORTS
duos in each division.
Annapolis welcomes Capt. lussey pitched the final frame. ruyff, 1'011. G ABH R TBRBIAV. .
RODGERS IS the hitting star ToMent, mMackcy. 6 27 4 1 4 1 .129
Slade Cutter with open arms. ftSaffer 4 13 2 2 21 .13.1 SCHEDULEWeek
One of Navy's all-time great for an otherwise punch less Flier c 3 14 1 1 1 1 .067 Savannah Is Graves
( r.lbbon. If 6 16 4 6 95 .200
athletes, Capt. Cutter is under nine, holding a .576 bat mark at Rodgers 3b 6 14 8 1 10 5 .364
Foe In Home
orders to to the Naval I this juncture. I . report Rchultl. Ib 3 12 3 2 51 .2110<>
Academy in July as Director of Prior to the Missoula series t.hM.I 5 14 3 2 51 .176 Baseball: Jax Navy vs. The Jax Braves, local Class A
rf 3 7 0 0 0 0 .OX( )
Athletics. The amiable captain is Jax Navy absorbed loss number Jo'll'ldll. 2bMatytuk 2 8 1 1 1 0 .111 Citadel, home, April 19-20. Sally League baseball team,

best remembered as the star three, 4-3, at the hands of Jax Jankunli,, c p 3 5 4 9 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 .Oi.2T>W 0 Softball: Mainside league be- opens its home season April 20

tackle of Navy's 1934 football University's young Dolphins. Mallard I ofllussey. 1 1 0 0 0 0 :.000 gins play April 22. with a 2000 game against the
Mingle. p 2 4 0 0 0 0 ()I.JO
team, kicking a field goal that Both clubs are knotted at one p 2 11 0 1 0 1.000 Tennis: Jax Navy vs. Concordia Savannah Redlegs at the new ballpark
2 41 1 2 2 110lIal.
WhiUon.\ C .
year to beat Army 3-0 for the game apiece. Another contest in .<<'l. Ib 3 10 2 0 2 1 ,167Mohnar Seminary, home, April 20.
1 21 0 1 1 .500 The Braves host Savannah in a
first Middie victory the p
over the inter-city rivalry was slated llouxseln p 1 00 0 0 0 .(XXI Track: NATTCenter intramuralmeet
Cadets in 13 years. yesterday at Mason Field No 'fl't'lIl'. P 1 20 0 0 0 .(XX 19. two game series Saturday and
result April
Maulsby of 1 10 0 0 0 .(XX) Sunday. Following this, the home
CIRCLES The was available. Pavey p 1 00 0 0 0 .000
SQUARED Golf Jax Western
Stone, Inf 1 10 0 0 0 .())IIO : Navy vs. forces leave town on an early-
editor of "Ring Magazine," Nat lioub, 2b 1II. 5 2H 0 2 0 .286 Illinois, home, April 18.
Pet. season extended road trip.
There who Plttht'n G R W L. __ __ _
once was a king A
Fleischer, was so impressed with Bouxseln 1 1/.' 3 T 0 1 .000) Jacksonville is looking for its
the quality of Army fisticuffs lived on a tropical desert island MojinarFreest t 62/3 1 1 00 .On)
2 7 '6 5 01 .Oix( ) Event fifth championship in the past six
that he rated the All Army Box- who had a golden throne. He was Hussey 2 6 3 4 00 .000 Accy hussy
Minnie 2 11 11 ROt .(MIOJanlf.unll years. Former major leitfeue< ;
afraid that would steal
ing Championships at Ft. Camp- someone 3 18 :24 17 1 2 .333 Held At Center catching great Mickey Owen is

bell, Ky., "better than the New his throne, so he put it in the at the field helm of the club in

York Golden Gloves." attic of his grass hut. When he Latest Merchant Marine data Topping a field of 64 participants his initial effort this
went to get his throne he saw shows 1,099 ships of 1,000 gross William Buckalew AK1 of
At the finals of the All Air Following the Savannah series,
Force Boxing Tournament at that someone had stolen it. tons and over in the active ocean- Aviation Storekeepers School, next appearance on home turf

Mitchel Field N. Y., ringsiderswere MORAL: Never stow thronesin going merchant fleet as of Feb. won the NATTCenter aceydeucey for the Jax Braves will be April

impressed with the speed of grass houses. 1, 1957.THIRD tournament last week. 29 against Columbia.Freelancers. .

FEAF's champ lightheavy-weight, Buckalew defeated Arley Beem,

Bill Johnson. A finalist in the AEC, of Aviation Electrician'sMate

1956 Olympic trials, and runner- School, for the title. Hold

up in last year's All Air Force .

boxing, Bill moved into his de- Blind Bogey Captured:; Inlrasquad Shoot

served spot as champion this
By Steve Aichel Twenty-four entrants regis-

year. tered for the Jax Navy Free-
Four golfers came up with the
SFC JAMES IIURROUGHT, lance Bowhunters Wescott
coach of the 101st Abn. Div. box- s charmed number 79, but only one shoot last Sunday.

ers at Ft. Campbell, was Golden was winner of the weekend Blind Raymond Pionessa capturedtop
Bogey match at the station turf.
Gloves World Lightweight cham-
honors in the division
pion in 1950. Burrought wore a Steve Aichel Guy Scholtz Tom and Roger Wood topped the

sailor suit in WWII, but went White and Charles Boucher all field in the handicap round.
had the winning number but only
airborne in 1948. Veteran ring
> t This Sunday, April 21, an-
one could take home the prize a
man Eddie LaFond headed the 0I other intrasquad shoot will be

staff of officials working the Ft. golf bag. Their names were put held, with a Broadhead round
1. R I
into a hat and after the drawing -
Campbell tourney 1 .tr ti being featured. Starting timeis
t Aichel had won both the
The 10th Inf. Div. in Germanyhas 1230.
I Blind Bogey and the golf bag.
a "tough" boxer Eugene .. N < Scoring:

Tuff, that is. ,- '. ... Debutante- : A young lady with Open: Pionessa 48, Ted Gis-
THE SPORTS BEAT Sail- }* \' ,.. > -,, bride ideas.
ors of the early '30s will remember ff >n.. \a t : 1A"i-. >>. '. ..!t ". ', n .. .. Handicap: Wood 32, Carl

Henry (Babe) Risko, former g3 Jjz, ;; ,t kW'Y.y "" w" ""*.' "" Junk: Something to save 10 Goddard 36, James Casey 37.
; .
middleweight champion, who ',' e/.M'd'Y+>\. .'.::: '.':it'R, k.\' at'" A-:;';' & .." +rk\ .,yb *\ ,. years and then throw away two
died recently. Babe learned to I.:, *' '{ > ""1"' + .t : '
w" : ,
: > / of ...
: ''' 5_ :
:t" .
box in the Navy, and won 125 Y"'T'" '; .'' : ." '1 :'\ :.. ,.z: ,t.ojI '. k) announced that the Navy will
i tt< .t: :;
bouts in a six-year hitch. He won .. s.. ::--;-.-o.m.af'-....'....'__ --.m.} ;. ."......;.:.._:._< ..fv..: .> ,;..;.r4.. .,..),:.. '- 1"--"'-...... .._u"__.:,.._,'......'<.<... .. ,>...,.:.u"'_;:_ Smile: A thing you take at face share the Air Force's Wendover

his title in 1935 from Teddy value. bombing range in Utah instead of \
BASE ACTION Chuck Weatherspoon of Class C
Yarosz, and lost it the next yearto Missoula, Mont., scurries into. hird base after advancing on a single acquiring land for a range of iU

Freddy Steele Oklahoma's during early action in last Friday's Jar: Navy-Missoula baseball Work: The yeast that raises the own.

177-pound wrestling ace, Danny game at Mason Field. Waiting fruitlessly for the ball is Flier third dough. S S

been beaten in sacker Joe Rodger Missoula, a Washington farm club, parlayed a20hlt The USS Holland built in
lodge, to defeat Jax 117. Missoula won
barrage Into 11 runs Navy
Diploma The who fixes 1899 at cost of
for : man a $260,000, wan
catch-as-catch-can the second game, too, 60. The Citadel faces Jax Navy in a two-
seven years. game setto tomorrow and Saturday at Mason Field the pipes. the Navy's first submarine.


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18 April 1957 JAX AIR NEWS i i_ Pago I V-.. ..

Mammoth Scores !II 1'1. Ill Iff ComFair Spurts Takes
r.. .. f ,

Mark Center Opening SoftballThe Of III r IY Lead In NAS Keg Play

ComFairJax is once again on top of the Mainsidc intramural

NATTCenter intramural bowling loop, sporting a 38-10 record.

softball season opened this week, V Alast week's top placers,
+ dl three crowd, moved into third
and heavy hitting produced foot lost six games to fall into seventh
with 37.15.Standings .
ball-type scores. .m. ; place. VP-18 is still in second
of 15 195i,
as April ,
Opening day action saw the place with a 30-10 record while CnmJ.'l\lrJoJC :18 10

Support Splinters, Marine Avia Faetu, a newcomer in the top VI'.18 :10 10

tion Detachment, A v f fa t Ion 4e F'''Kee sl Serllees 1 37 at 13MAWrI

Ground Officers School, and at 13VA172
1 \.1 isVA41
Aviation Electrician's Mate I 22 10
"'allrnn.109 2'I 15
School capturing their. initial FAW11 m 16
contests. Ollt'ratl"1\.1 :I 12 :20Iioapitst !
i 27 21(1&R7Officers
SS DEFEATED AvFund, 15-3, ( 7l 19Vi'171 I
on the strength of two homerunsby 21 21

Marion Lee and some fine UW.tn: ; ry 27 25VA
twirling .on the part of Charles W 21nV.1'.62
\ "C' 19 25
Richards. Starting pitcher Ernie Thursday, April 18 2030 VW4 l1 19 29

O'Neil, of AvFund, was charged Welcome to Canadians. Communications VAII-t: I1 1&IR :26V,1'.G2 s

with the loss. Friday, April 19 Good Neigh- Marlnl'-"n""::0;"' 16 12 12 2H

MAD played Naval Air Wea bor Program. waves n :75VW.4
School in theiropener SOFTBALL SEASON STARTS Marion Lee, of the Legal Ofrl"t'I'. 11 )5F'aaron6
pons Systems division at NATTCenter April 20 2030 "A" 11 asFasron
sets in his practice licks as the Support Saturday, 6 "n" 7n :1-1
and the Marines came out Splinters team held drills in preparation for the NATTCenter Special Treat Program. Marine "6" 8 :F
on top by a score of 9-7. Tom intramural softball season which opened this week Hob Leahy, ----S ..-
Ueilly picked up the win for of Operations, is handling duties behind the plate. Light teams Sunday, April 21 0800 Free
have entered competition coffee hour; 1045 off to church of AvFund Smoker Set
MAD, as well as starring at the

plate.Frank Umble and William 21 Teams Await Start OfMainside your Presbyterian choice; Women 1730 by; 2000 Riverside mov Tonight At King Hall

Gerak did some timely hittingfor ie. "Sign of the Pagan." NATTCcntcr's Aviation Fun-

NAWS, but the Missilemen I Monday, April 22 2000 damentals School will stage its

couldn't produce enough runs Maple Leaf Farewell Party for monthly boxing smoker tonight,

for losing pitcher Emery Belcher a Softball League lour Canadian guests. Sandy de with companies 11 and 14 !squaring -

ZEFF LAZARUS pitched shutout Sandro, leader. off in King Hall at 1930.
Seven bouts scheduled for
ball for AGO as they downedthe Originally scheduled to commence firing last :Monday, Tuesday, April 23 Away are
the evening, ranging from light-
Aviation Storekeepers, 9-0. the :Mainside Intramural Softball League has been reslatedto From Home program.Wednesday weight to heavyweight.

John Sipes was AGO's hitting open} play April 22, with a bulky field of 21 teams set to April 24 2000 S/Sgt. Norman Johnson will bo
standout, connecting for the cir the starter's Show.
answer gun. USO Talent I in the corner of Co. 11, while

cuit.AE Late arrival of new home V\V.4, Enterprise: 1WK, USO Club facilities: Parties, I T/Sgt. Richard Morgan will be

Ordnance School School swamped Aviation plates for the fields to be used is srknlvlr v*. Ulspemutry fur April, MtVP18 Albomnilo, I singing, games, TV room, dances, shouting encouragement from Co.
17-1 with John ,
the reason necessitating changein 1615; KAWTU vs. Spec Rerv. York-. showers, snack bar, housing bureau 14's corner.
Stein garnering three hits, and town, 1615; Hospital vs VAII.3. Saratoga
starting date. 1615; Vl'-16 VI. Supply, Knter.prise : mending and pressing, .
George Summers being credited 1800\ ; VW-4 vs. Communications, check room service, shaving
with the win.ComFair ALL CLUBS have "heard therules' 1IM5. desks and Wadsworlhs Lead
equipment, writing
... *
-- --- i and are undergoing last-
stationery, Sunday morning coffee OW
minute preparations to get off on Bowling Loop
Pistol-Rifle AO Lin/ismcn To hours, spiritual\ guidance,
the right foot come opening day.
Vesper services, and music. Standings of Naval Officer
Meet Opens April 30 Four diamonds will be used- Defend CrOIVn Wives Bowling League as of

Albemarle, Yorktown, Saratoga April 16, 1957.
Sharpshooters toting a ,45 cal 'and Enterprise Fields. The latter Aviation Ordnance School USO To Hold Two Tram \V... IM>.\
ibre pistol and a ,30 calibre rifle linksmen will be defendingtheir Wadsworth ;iH 14
the site of all
bailiwick will be Taylor :M) 22KohUT
will have an opportunity to display night tilts. championship when the Holiday DancesTwo :25 W 21AII..n
their skill in NATTCenter intramural golf 2.1
the ComFairJax Smith 2:1:1\: : \
Pistol and Rifle Tournamentto All games will be of seven in- season get; under way Tues- dances are included in the Jeffries 18 :31..
duration except in case of Note: High game Virginia
be held at Camp Blanding nings day, April 23. schedule of activities planned by
ties. Four and one-half innings the USO, 37 W. Monroe Street, Brown 189
April 30 thru
May The Ordnancemen will be
Gunmen shall constitute a complete game, for the coming week. High for three-game series
interested are encouraged facing Aviation Electrician'sMate
should adverse conditions call a Ruby Taylor 508
to contact their respec School in the feature The first, a square dance, will .

tive commands who will make all halt to the contest. round of opening day. Other be held Monday, April 22, at EM Wives

arrangements. Additional infor- ANY CLUB unable to field rounds include AK vs. AGO, 2000, and the second will be the Keg Loop

mation may be obtained by con nine men shall lose by forfeit. In SupSplinters vs. AvFund, and USD's Birthday Spring Formal Continues Fast Pace

tacting Ltjg( ) C. A. Allen at the event neither team can fielda MarAvDet vs. NavAirWeaps. Orchestra Dance, which will be The Trailers increased their
ComFairJax squad, both shall be given a de held Monday, April 29, at 2000.
Personnel Office, All rounds of golf will be lead in the NATTCenter Enlisted

extension 764. feat. played on Wednesdays, with Also included in USO activitiesis Men's Wives Bowling League last

Top twelve scorers will rep- It's hoped to schedule a playoff the first half of season's play the free breakfast for servicemen week when they downed the sec-

resent ComFairJax in the Com- game between Mainside and scheduled to run through July at 0800 Easter Sunday, and a ondplace Deuces in two games.

AirLant Tournament May 7.9 at NATTCenter title-holders following 23. Pal Day Banquet by invitation, NATTC KM HMKtt: IMUU.INO

Norfolk, Va.ComFair. regular season play. April 30 at 1830.ft1 Trailers Won 32: lest 16
Deuces 27 21
Starting time for all day gamesis : Sunken 27 21
: ;,'>''! Woodpeckers 27 21
contests slatedto
1615, with night ,"i : t
.'".'." .,, Spills :a-n
Volleyball start at 1800. 1-/ ".t' ; >: ."..:' PIn Kool Pain Katz 21-n 1'm:
Mtlnhide! unftltall I Mme for April: ?!: i+... hoppers 18 ;io
: ; .
Begins April 29 Kasron Sixs., FAW-11. AibematleField ... .
1615, Comrnunlrfltlonn vs. Opera '*
The ComFairJax Volleyball dons Yoiktemn. 1615; VA.104 vs. Fas- 1.' ,. ,, Be
ron 109. Saratoga, 1615; 1'ersonnel vs. Sharp In
Tournament will swing into :
action April 29 with five teams .r5 f ''V IS.S

thus far competing. Name All Star /::/ 1 Civvies Too,
Fleet Air Units desiring to tf "

enter the tournament are \_' Marines Told
AF Alhleles 1\ .
urged to contact ComFairJax ::.ri

Personnel Office I, ) tt Marines who doff their uniforms
prior to April Armed Forces f\ i ; :
20. in favor of "civvies" during
Team rosters are requiredfor football and basketball players ::: t J' ;:"j ., o K off duty hours have been

the April 29 meeting to have been named in a nationwide / ..., i" warned by Marine Corps Commandant
Of the Year" poll by
be held for.all participating Gen. Randolph McC.
sportscasters and newsmen. tQt Pate that their .
O-in-C and coaches at Build- personal appearance
ing One, Room 113, NAS Jax Receiving the Lt. L. James in mufti will be taken
at 000. Daley Service Award in footballand into consideration when makingout

basketball respectively, fitness '
Teams signed up for the reports.
competition to date are, VA- Were Air Force Lieutenants While in a letter issued June
Guglielmi and Richard 29, 1956, Gen. Pate authorized
36, VW-4, Fasron 9, VF-11, and Ralph
Fawtulant Boushka. officers in Headquarter and
The winning team will be GugU) mli, stationed at Boiling ; Washington area to wear civilian

augmented by top players AFB, Washington, D. C., was an clothing during working hours,

from other teams to represent All-American at Notre Dame in the Commandant has expressedhis

ComFairJax in the ComAir- 1954-55 and was named to the 4 + 4'ay.. y' personal preference for the

Lant Tourney commencing AFPS All-Star Football Team uniform.His .

\. May 13 at Norfolk, Va. last year. SAILING CLUB GATHERS TROPHIES The Jax Navy own pride in the Marino.
uniform has increased his
Boushka, former AllAmericanat Sailing Club placed high in the 1W. Dora Annual Regatta held concern

Lake Chicot, in Chicot County, St. Louis University, is as- April 6-7 at the central Florida site. Shown with trophies won lest a major changeover to
Maneval (left) and Comdr. C. E. Rich, commodore civilian clothing lead to lessen
is the largest natural lake in signed to Kirtland AFB, N.M, lIe there are Larry
gold of the Jax Navy fleet. In the center is Comdr. It. C. Woodside, one pride in the uniform and a fail.
Arkansas. This lake was formedby was a member of last year's of the team leaders. Maneval skippered one of the Rhodes Bantams .
to observe military
a shifting of the Mississippi medal-winning Olympic basket- competing for Jax Navy in the meet. Not shown Is T. J. Knowles, ure appropriate
River's course. ball team skipper of the other craft entered. courtesies.


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r. 8' NEWS" .

Page JAX AIR 18 April 1957

Fraught With Danger -" :

Cleaning Tanks At fuel Farm 10

Here Is Lesson In Safety

vMa b
Modern aircraft are equipped to do wonders, but unless the M !

fuel with which it operates is "clean," it's no better than a 1918 -

model. D

"Clean" fuel for jets and other
have contained lead-treated fuel

type aircraft is a must and hereat presents many safety hazards.

{he "fuel farm" at NAS Jax, The job is presently contracted toa
1 1Q
such an operation is one fraught commercial firm which has

with many hazards. But, on-the- just completed tank cleaning op-
job safety reduces the hazards. _I -U
The lead in av-gas emits a r
The "fuel farm" houses under- 4I
poison that affects the nervous
ground tanks used for storage of 4
system and can enter the body
aviation to which has
by inhalation, absorption and in- M .
been added tetra ethyMcad for
gestion. It is cumulative in effect -
increased 'LBEADY
engine performance.The
Following entry into the
lead accumulates in rust
body, lead undergoes a chemical
scale and sediment within the
reaction which forms and deposits -
tanks and necessitates
within the body lead bromide
cleaning of the tanks to prevent that may result in mental disor- FOR FUEL TANK CLEANING When the commercial crew moves in to undertake

contamination of the fuel whichis der or even death if the the cleaning: of the underground tanks at the J'luellarm" here, It's quite an operation. Specialists all
used for flight operations. expo the crew uses special equipment for the job, including clothing, fresh air gear, and instruments. All I
sure is too great.HAZARDS tools must be of non-ferrous metal. This group checks and rechecks all equipment prior to the tank
CLEANING OF TANKS which ENCOUNTERED in cleaning operation. Kneeling is C. J. Green Jr.; Standing are (left to right) Robert Brown; R. L.

tank that Jordan; G. S. Duckworth, of the NAS Safety Division; and W. II. Phlpps,
cleaning are so great .. .
Firsl FundCont. super-specialists are trained to do r' '.:./;

the job. They supervise the operation :
? mmmmFor
( from Page 1)) 4 4 ? Yc
to insure that adequate : r M f r ijp
tern for donating to charity under safety measures are applied.

the approved policy and programfor Some of the equipment includes Rent

fund raising within the federal clean white clothing, rubber : 3 J rm. furn. apt. Bradley, 8546
p Old Park Rd. CO-4.
o establishments should con- gloves, rubber boots, air line Orange

tact either the key man within respirator which pumps fresh air 4061.

their unit or their division offi to the person inside the tank, and 3 X 2 bdrm. house, furn. $75 per mth.

personal cleanliness at all times. Sutton, 4502 Beverly Ave.,
cer.All _
Lakeshore. EV989G8.J .
hands have
an opportunityto _
Explosion and fire hn/ards r bath
contribute and no one shouldbe S ksMYz' bdrm. 2 house, unfurn,
exist because the
of gasoline va- '
denied the + waterfront, Lakeshore. Avail
within the tank. One of the
pors able June 1. Maze, EV-8.8066.
Second in a series of the new local underground tanks holds x,

federal service raising program 250,000 gallons of fuel). Prior to For Sale
locally will be held for Navy 3 bdrm. house. Venetia Terrace.
entry, the tank must be flushed tr
Relief in May-June. Community with water and ventilated with $975 down. EV-7-3185.
V 3 bdrm. house. 4214 Timuquana
Chest-United Fund drive is set forced air to remove the explo-
Rd. MacPhee, EV-7-4544. $19-
for October.
sive vapors, and then tested withan
explosion-meter to ascertain 000.
d 6 rm. house. 4345 Timuquana Rd.
VA-44 Chief Leaves that it is safe for a man to enter.
Venetia. Edmistcn. EV-9-4982.
The blowers and pump motors
For HAS Hutchinson must be equipped with spark ar- $11,750.
3 bdrm. 2 bath house. 4250
The Hornets of Attack Squadron restors, and all tools must be con-
Oristano Rd. Venetia Manor.
their structed of non-ferrous metals to
Forty-Four paid respects -
Edmisten. EV-9-4982. $19,800.
to Jones ADC, last insure against sparks which
Ralph may
3 bdrm. 2 bath house. 5749 Cedar
remaining plank owner of the result in explosion and fire.
Park Lane, Lakeshore. Voll-
squadron as he was detached to AFTER TIlE TANKS have been
.. _. _._-_.__.. -_.. mer, EV76019.
NAS Hutchinson last week.
scraped clean, brushed and hosed
bdrm. CB house rmts. $39.50per
HE GOES Specialist Robert Brown, dressed in special -
Chief Jones first came to the down, the sludge is pumped into protective clothing and mask, prepares to enter an under- mth. Rogers, 5427 Lois

squadron in 1950 and has been an outside pit where it is buried ground fuel tank, which contained lead-treated fuel. Before entry, Avenue

engineering chief, maintenancechief and the hazard removed. the tank must be flushed clean and ventilated to remove explosive 3 bdrm. brick house. 4859 AventDr.
and then tested with special instruments to ascertain safe
and for the past two years, Efficiency is a must for suchan vapors entry. One tank here can hold 250,000 gallons of fuel. ., Ortega Hills. Mooney, EV-
leading chief.In operation. One must 'have a 8-0857.

seven years with VA-44, knowledge of the subject, plus Adult I Miscellaneous-

Jones has served under seven plenty of experience and back- Evening Here's Chance Riders to Quonset Point, Rhode

commanding officers, taken five ground and a genuine educationin Island. Leave April 22. Beggs,

Med Cruises i and seen the safety. Personnel of the NAS School Opens To Collect On EV-8-6G41. .

Change-over from Banshees to Jax Industrial Safety Divisionare Riders from Southside Estates

F9F-8 Cougars.He always on hand to assist in New ClassesThe War Stories Hours 07001530. Koteny, RA-

is a native of Alexandria, every way to promote safety in Heard any good sea stories 42546.
Ind. such operations. Adult Evening School Di- 4 >
lately? Write 'cm down and
vision of the Technical High
Full Easier
School, 129 King Street, is open- collect. -

ing new classes in typing, short Although interest in war epi- (Continued from rage 1)

hand, and bookkeeping. Classesare sodes of World War II and tho Chapel:
held twice weekly from 1830
Korean War has lagged in the Good Friday
to 2130. 1200.1500 A three hour serv-
w past few years, there is now a
There are some openings in ice based on the Seven Last
high interest on the part of edi-
classes already in progress, including Words from the Cross. The serv-
tors of national magazinesfor
beginning and advanced ice will be interspersed with
true experiences, interest-
typing and shorthand, IBM Key sacred music.
ingly related, particularly if
Punch, ten-key adding machine, Easter Sunday
told in the first
I comptometry, calculators, busi person. Sunrise Jax Navy Band will

ness English and pen bookkeep Those who have somethingto play a medley of sacred songs,

relate, and the ability to and Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's

ing.The adult commercial programis write for publication, are invited Desiring," and the choir will

flexible, allowing students to to submit finished manu- : present "Christ Arose" by Lowry

j. enter classes any time during the scripts to the Chief of Infor- : and Bach's "Now that Heaven

school term to improve skills if mation for evaluation, comment and Earth Adore Thee." Chaplain

they cannot complete full coursesof and/or assistance. in pos- Byrant will speak on "The

instruction. sible placement Risen Christ.
Registrations are being held Articles should run from 0930 Chaplain Osman will

from 1500 to 2200, Mondays thru 1,000 to 5,000 words, short present a sermon on "Agnus Del

Fridays, and a small registrationfee stories 2,500to 5,000 words, -The Lamb of Triumph," the

is made for enrollment. and book length treatments last in a series of sermons on

Further information may be ob- averaging 50,000 to 80,000 symbols of Christianity. The

tained by contacting the Evening words. It is permissible to accept choir anthem will be 'Handel's

School Division after 1500. remuneration for original "Hallelujah Amen," and Mrs. R

"' kA4r'rM10.fWMvaW'FLANK"" ;: Adjustments can be made by writing on your own time. E. Osman will sing "No Heavy

OWNER' COMMENDED Ralph Jones, ADC, left) service personnel who, miss a Articles may be submittedto Crosses" by Dunlop.

the last remaining plank owner of Attack Squadron Forty-Four, class due to military duties. the Chief of Information, 1100 The same music will be
is being commended for Ms outstanding performance of duty while Satisfactory completion of presented and Chaplain Stephenson -
with VA-44, by Comdr. T. J. Taylor, commanding officer. Chief these courses will be entered in Navy Department, Washington has chosen as his sermon
Jones left this week for NAS Hutchinson, Kan., after some six 25, D.C. "
rears with the "Hornets" of VA-41. the service records of personnel. topic "lie Is Risen.