Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1957
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL-15 NO. 3 H.m. of Commaider NA1MNDJ] *e& Air JMktoariUei Flat Air Vflog III$ Naval Air Tfchaicil tilting Ceakri| Naval hospital ckicBTlle.) 25 April 1957

To View Carrier Operations


, President Sets

4p ', Visit In June

+a' Ya President Eisenhower will arrive by plane at NAS Jack-
sonville June 5 and will board the carrier USS Saratoga at
Mayport carrier basin to view fleet air training exercises off
the Florida coast.

The announcement, made Mon- the announcement.The .
day from his vacation headquarters President, during his
at Augusta, Ga., said the cruise to Bermuda while aboard
President's plane, the Columbine, the guided-missile cruiser USS
I' will set down on the HAS runway Canberra, observed test firing of
on the afternoon of June 5. missiles and also witnessed
HE WILL, ISE transported to bombing and rocket demonstrations -
NAAS .May ort where he will by planes from the carrier
-5r board the 60,000-ton Saratogaand USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, also
remain abo hiJhe ship June home-based at Mayport. Several-
6 and 7 to observe carrier opera Jax squadrons participated In the

tti tions. The chief executly.....will air demonstrations.. .
leave NAS Jax for Washingtan.on
June 7. AE School Honors

The White House it is
n o < selected the visit to Mayport Go To James Nix:
,because Mayport, situated at James L. Nix, AE3, of Alphar-
the mouth of the St. Johns River, ctta, Ga., was the honor studentof
,a st5k '' z r; makes it possible for a carrier to last week's graduating class at
begin air operations within min- Aviation Electrician's Mate School
AMP utes after leaving the carrier Class A at NATTCenter.Nix .

55 basin who entered the Navy in
At Norfolk, the President's April 1953, came to NATTCenterTAD

f\ .. plane would have been requiredto from NAS, Atlanta, Ga.
55 S land quite a distance from,the

'5 '9 carrier and after reaching the
ship, valuable time would be May{ Raise Rail
lost before the carrier would
'have. reached open sea. Furlough Rales

55p'j COMMISSIONED in April 1956, Servicemen may be paying
the Saratoga, sister ship of the increased
furlough rates when
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termed the largest ship in the
TURBOPROP POWER FOR "DUMBO" Nick Pullgnano ((right), aeronautical engineer O&R Furlough rates, customarily
Department here, checks plans for a prototype installation of a turboprop engine on a 40mm gun world, has recently completed granted to servicemen by the
mount, with others who have been working on the project since mid-February. Left to right are: her shakedown cruise. She is expected railroads will be
J. 11. Roland, supervisor of prototype Installations; Lcdr. L. M. Hamilton, planning officer, Office of to leave New .York this probably renewed -
0 Assistant Industrial Manager; Charles Moye, jet engine specialist, and Pullgnano. week for training exercises off at a slightly higher per-
mile cost, it was revealed this

O&R Jax Has Hand In through Guantanamo June Bay 4. Cuba May 6 week.
Dinner Is Supper; Now 2.02 cents per mile,
When the ship reaches Mayport
furlough rates renewed
Supper Is Dinner are on
she will pick up her full com-
a year-to-year basis. They
The main meal of the day 'Project Dumbo'Sometime plement of planes and put to come up for renewal in June.
at the NAS mess hall will be sea with the President for more An increase would be in line

served in the evening and the this summer a strange looking ship should be exercises. Eisenhower has not with a recent general fare
light meal at noon, beginning- making a test cruise in the coastal1 waters off the southeastern seen an angled-deck carrier in hike to 3.7 In the East and 3.03
Monday, April 29. United States. operation and wanted to see the in West and South.

The change is being made The vessel.. -an ex-Liberty training maneuvers, according to
because of the approachingwarmer novation would work. '" s : v .. ..,....". .
weather. ship-will be propelled not by Since aviation engineeringwas +y, ?1k : .9:$' ''l : :d1f 1'',5. : v ':::1I
customary ship's engine, but by definitely involved ky I ":
Effective April 29, breakfastor BuShips '( ': !
early lunch will be 25-cents four aircraft turboprop engines logically turned to the Bureau i., k'y,, y
and late lunch, after 0900, will mounted on 40mm gun mounts of Aeronautics for help. The result -
be 40-cents. Dinner will be 35- placed in pairs fore and aft on I I was that the problem of #
cents and i mounting the turboprop engines
supper will 40- .
the deck. If all goes well the

cents. ship, with all propellers generat- on electronically gun mountings controlled40mm which can : 1 .'. .l't k.
ing 20,000 horsepower, will move
be trained in direction
any even
New Skipper Takes majestically through the wavesat to reverse, was. turned over to S j f
a speed of eight knots. :
i the local O&R Department, ;
? z'
Reins At VA-176 And the NAS Jacksonville with. the Office of the Navy As- Z

Attack Squadron 176's first Overhaul and Repair Department sistant Industrial Manager, located p.M
change of command ceremony at will have had an engineeringhand at 1453 Morse St. in Jacksonville -
NAS Jacksonville was held last in the experiment. as coordinating unit

Wednesday when Lcdr. L. W. S. "PROJECT DUMBO," as it is CAPT. R. W. JOHNSON, Assistant si
Cummins, relieved Comdr. JamesM. termed, got its start last Jan- Industrial Manager, assigned -
O'Brien, who has been assigned uary under the direction of Lcdr. L. M. Hamilton,
to AirLant staff. Comdr. W. M. Nicholson of the planning officer, to the project, .
Comdr. O'Brien has been com- Bureau of Ships, Washington, D. and Capt. T. D. Tyra, O&R ..:_...... ::!II.J: _: .:: .-;.;.....j_. !:t1

officer since C. Officer, the problem to REENLISTS FOR SIX O'Connor ADZ of .
manding the squadron But long before the original gave David P. Fighter
was formed in June 1955 at conjecture that ships, could be Nick Pulignano, aeronautical en- Squadron 171, Is sworn In by Comdr. W. M. Laliberte, commanding
officer, for six O'Connor to his
upon reenllstlng years. rose present
Cecil Field. Under his direction gineer.
propelled in the same manner as rate
during his first hitch of four yean. Also during this time, he
VA-176 formed rapidly and was a hydroplane had blossomed as a Pulignano immediately set to successfully completed the USAFI GED High School Level Test.
underway for a shakedown cruise project ready for development, work. His first move was to fa- O'Connor Is a graduate of ANP( ). School In Norman, Okla. and
aboard the USS Randolph eight BuShips had pretty well assured miliarize himself with the capa- ADA) School at Memphis, Tenn., graduating fourth in a class of
27. He's been attached to VF-171 since November 1956. Ills par.
months after commissioning. itself ,that the startling in (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) ents, Mr and Mrs. Edward F. O'Connor, lire In Worcester, Mas


Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 25 April 1957 ,


Fasron 109, VFP-62 VA-J72. VW-4. VA-44 Report

I Jfl XBJIIII13 Scouting lax Area Squadrons I

Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine cthltlei at Naval All
Station: Jacksonville Fluilda -
NAS 3ac ka..,Uk Fasron 109 orders were: R. L. Arnold, ATI, AN, from VA-86. -
Capt. William S. Harris .... Commanding Officer
Comdr, Robert II. Smith _'M"._....__. ___ >_ >. Executive Officer of Fasron 109lave to El Centro, Calif.; R. H, Austin tVFP62
Three officers
llrct Air "adLIUm.
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell ,. __ Commander their orders in the AN; N. L. Bean, AN; H. A.
Capt. S. S. Scarcy, Jr. _.._ Chief o( Stall received LaChance, AN and I. J, Math- The cause for good Navy
fleet WIDC Ele.e. last two weeks. Lcdr. Homer C. pub.
'apt. Sidney S. Lawrence .. Commander AN, received their orders lie relations was furthered
Comdr. T. S. White .._._..._.__.._ Chief Staff Officer Eckles will be released on May 'erne, recently -
Naval Air Tetanic TralnlBf Crater 30 active for the USS Lake Champlain.O. when a camera team from
Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. Commanding Officer 31 after completing years
Goll TM2 transferredto VFP-62 journeyed to
Comdr. Wilfred 11 Fleshman __xecutlve: i Officer Naval Service. Lcdr. Eckles J. was Cecil Field
Naval: 11...pltal NOF, Port Lyautey for duty. to capture the aerial antics of
Capt Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer entered the Navy as an apprentice the
CapC Marcy: Executive Officer F3H-2N Demon on film
Shupp. NAKTU seaman and was advanced to New men reporting aboard for tele' lsion. for

Norman O. Anderson(' Commanding OfficerComdr. his present rank on November 1, duty were: G. W, Slonaker, TM3
William EX Hardy Executive OffleerCapt. Ltjg) Richard 'Chelius
954.Lt. as di.
The JAX AIR NEWS )I. published at the U. 3. Naval Air Station from the USS Currituck; Richard rector, and Bob Sprague, PH3
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund Richard E. Borghardt ahd R. Vial, TM3, from the USS who operated the 16
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. will mm motion
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Ltjg( ) Randolph K. Wilson Leyte J. L. Hardwick, AB3, from picture camera, worked in
Naval Air Technical l Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the also be released on May 31 after ; close
U. S. Naval Hospital. ob- Fasron 107; A. J. Allison AN; J. I cooperation with Fighter Squad-
of their
Service Information Officer TI. Due Deesley completion military ron-31 to film the
Managing Editor Andrew II. Tlaney ligation. While attached to Fas- M. Colasanti, AB3; R. L. Anderson : day in
Assistant Editor Gordon Hobble; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack the life of a Demon fighter pilot"
Holmes, 1'Hl; Lynn Weldman. JO3; John labell. JOSN; lien Sylar, SA; ron 109, Lt. Borghardt was the AN; and C. E. Shepherd, AN, I ComFa'irJax
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore, PI 13. squadron dentist, and Ltjg( ) Public Information
from the Ticonderoga
AIR NEWS ta ft member of the Armed Forces Press Service ; Office requested the black
AF..lhaf! withoutthe ; l officer of the and
; In this 1 publication may not be reprinted Wilson was supply
written permission of Armed Forces Press Sen'Ice. Republication of other Filkins and H. W. Hammack, white coverage. The finished

matter Editor: SAX except AIR by NEWS.service publications U prohibited without permission of squadron. from VA-85; E. Chesseman, AN, product will be seen on a future

Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension Enlisted men receiving their from VF-61, and S. J. Cantone, television show.

8346, 216 and 8164.Millions Lt. Gene Bezor has returned

Need Food Millions Need Truth from Charleston, S. C., where he
participated in the Sixth Navel

CARE Provides Food For Refugees; ti: District a member squad.Bowling of the Tournament Naval Air Station as

Freedom Crusade Gives The WordThis i $ __ command Four ballplayers have been selected from this to

( It the sixth and final in a series of articles dealing with t r play with the Jax Navy Flier

agencies involved in Vie first fund raising campaign of the year They are Frank Pavey, AN

within the Tax Navy complex. This week pertinent data is offered ti pitcher; John Maulsby, AD2.

on Care Food Crusade and Crusade for Freedom), ? catcher; Carl Whitson, PHGAN.

, Millions Need Food catcher; and John Fields, AN

CAREMany have seen and heard this four-letter word I second' base. .

countless times. It stands for Cooperative for American Remittanceto Two officers have reported

Everywhere.; \. .: aboard from NATTCenter at

More. than half the world's people suffer from food scarcitiesand + '.. Pensacola. They are Ltjp( /
>.: .:\ Charles W. Counter, and L
dietary deficiencies that shorten their lives. From national .
Everett C. Garrett.
agricultural stockpiles, the U. S. Government has allocated to 'i ,':' .

CARE, without charge, life-giving supplies of milk powder, rice,

flour beans, corn meal and cheese. ,, ," VA-478
t' The squadron congratulates Li
CARE "assembles these staples into 16 different package assortments
(jg) Eddie Ney who made a safe
food needs in 19 countries of Europe
to meet the varying wheels 15.
up landing on April
Asia, the Near East and Latin America. Each package will providea .
: Ltjg( ) Ney was the runway duty
month's food for four
supplementary persons. "
officer when a local Cougar approached
Though CARE Is accredited to receive sizeable amounts of: the runway with gear

these foods for relief distribution abroad, government appropriationsdo up. lie fired warning flares anda

not cover all costs entailed in completing delivery. Every $1 contributed successful wave-off was ac

guarantees delivery of a Food Crusade package as a per- complished.On .

sonal gift from the donor, whose name and address go with each : April 27, at the Protestant

package subscribed. Chapel at NAS Pcnsacola, Miss

Millions of these people need food before they can make good Marjorie Martha Thomas, daughter

use of the freedom they now possess. Every $1 sends 22 pounds of TABLES of Mrs. John )I, Thomas of
U. S. surplus foods, in your name, to a hungry family overseas. Stephen Mincer, AKAN, left) and Harbour Grace Newfoundland,
Harry : AKAN, look on as Mrs. Rose Feber, secretary: to ,
Millions Need Truth the commanding officer at NATTCenter, types a letter to Olinger's will wed Ensign Howard Youngof

Millions need truth before they can rebuild the half-forgotten l Zl3fijtolT that' their son has graduated with honors this squadron.The .

life that was once theirs. Contributions for Crusade for Freedom School Class A. squadron is preparing for
edged out for ANP( ) honors at Norman, Okla., by Jafkmanturned
support Radio Free Europe and Free Europe Press Radio Free the tables when his average of 9.73 puecent at AK School topped Carquals and a short cruise late
Europe is a network of 29 powerful transmitters and relay stations Jackman's 91.32. this month aboard the U S.S .

located in West Germany and Portugal. It broadcasts news from Saratoga, the newest and largest

the free world to the five'key satellite countries of Czechoslovakia, See carrier in the fleet.

Poland, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria-behind the Iron Curtainfor Justification For 10HourDay "Welcome Aboard" to those

as much as 20 hours a day. new members of the squadron.

Free Europe) Press supplements the broadcasts of Radio Free For Federal Among them are: Herbert H

Europe by sending millions of leaflets and miniature newspapersacross EmployeesA Burns, AD2 and Michael Dovvak,

the Iron Curtain every month by balloons. AS2, coming from VX-3 at Atlantic

Every $1 donated broadcasts a minute of truth into thousands 10-hour day for government employees would be justified in City; Richard Barker, AMI.

of homes where truth has been blacked out for years.tfetf'ERS the interest of economy, According to a Justice Department brief from VR-6 at McGuire AFB and

prepared in answer to a test suit by a group of postal workers seek. Carl Pouisen, ATI, from NATTC

ing overtime pay for extra time involved in studying postal sorting Memphis, honor man in his i lass

to THEEDITOR C & SS Closed schemes. at "B" school at Memphis.
the Department's brief *
Clothing and small stores issue did not state outright that the Labor Standards Act of 1938, but VW-4

rooms, Building 930 will Administration goes along with government employees first obtained On and VA-I':'
be closed for inventory from the 10-hour day, it did emphasizeit the right to work only an April 17, VW-4 softball

1200 today until May 1. would be entirely possible if it eight-hour day in 1945, and then tangled in a practice Hurricane

Clothing and small stores in should become necessary. only by implication. True time- game. Pitching for the J. M. Kelley

Capt. W. S. HarrisCommanding Building 513 at NATTCenterare TilE DEPARTMENTS also tooka and-a-half for overtime still is Hunters was veteran smoke of
PH3. When the
Officer also closed. swipe at such employee bene- not available to the bulk of Fed- was in
cleared the score
fits as overtime better eral employees.
NAS Jacksonville pay and the Hunters favor, 11 to 9, and

Dear Capt. Harris, Harvey Wins Honors improved working conditions According to the Justice De- another successful season was off
which, it contended, "must either partment, the Government at
any to fine
a start.
Thanks for letting our sixth At AE'B' School bow to or be balanced with" theGovernment's time "could require and validly Mr. Stork has visited a few of

grade class come out to the Naval Norman Harvey ROAN of economy. provide" that government employees the Hunters' homes the past

Air Station on Wednesday, April Columbus, Ohio, was .the honor Denouncing the brief as a work 10 hours a day. Nor month. Born on April 4, was a 7 i
to is the
horse-and-buggy present
student in the instrument divi- limit observed on 4 the son of
10. pound, ounce boy,
days, leaders of the
Federal Employee working day for. Federal and
sion of last week's graduatingclass employees Mr. and Mrs. John. Neglia
We especially appreciate F. R. groups declare the Gov.ernment's
at Aviation Electrician's any indication that Con has been named Michael Shane
Gardner AMI and Lois Abrams position as "the gress has
Mate School Class A at NATTCenter. : most also chosen to pay the Neglia.
TE3, for showing us around. discouraging development in a employees wages based on those The of Warren
proud parents
long, long time and paid
Everybody had a lot Of fun going emphasizesthe by industry or private man David Baird, who was born on

into the airplane and on the the defense of our country. necessity of getting Congressto agement. April 19, at the NAS hospital,

boat and also learning about Thank you very much. approve legislation officially The brief ended with a flat are Lttfg< ) and Mrs. Jack V
recognizing the rights of Federal
safety kits, packing and taking Very truly yours, declaration that "Congress has Baird.
employees better their
care of parachutes.We Pam Sinclair, SecretaryMrs. ing conditions. work not always accepted for Federal Reporting aboard this week

employees the theories or right of was Bayward S. Stone, AA; Ron
are very grateful for your .Canyon's Sixth Grade THE EIGIIT-HOUR day was assured the labor
kindness in letting us learn about North Shore School for labor by the Fair ." movement in their entirety aId G. Bruce, ATAN, and Phillip
(Please turn to Pate 8, Col. 2))

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25 April 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


NAVY WIVES Up The' : r

: t
''''' .' '

Jax Navy Wives Club No S f { 'S tv t With Civilians '

86 met on Wednesday evening,, +

April 17. On the promotion roster, effective -

Mrs. Walter Richardson, Mrs. March .10, 18, 24 and 25,

John Daley, Mrs. Dan Ray and "" were 13 employees. Four were

Mrs. Robert Bell were introducedas ; from Overhaul and Repair, five

prospective members. R
from Supply, three from Public : ,
Mrs. Rose Wilson Chaplain and .
Works and one from Miscellaneous
Mrs. Tobin Red Cross worker,, I :
were assisted by 18 members of t ; Departments.

the club in entertaining patientsof I Promoted at 0 & R were Doric

two wards at the hospital on I Butts, from office services clerk

April 9.Plans. k ,GS-5 to GS-6; Jacob Dccl, production -
f I methods and standards .
are being formulated for .. !
specialist GS-7 to electronics mechanic
I :
the 10th birthday of No. 8G. A .
first step; Leontine John- 4 :
"birthday party-dance" will beheld .
,3'y GS-4 to
son, clerk-stenographer
on Saturday, May 18. I
Editorial Clerk (stenography) .
''I i
The National Wives Club
Navy GS-5; and Marie Millan, property
Scholarship Fund will receive I
and supply clerk GS-2 to GS-3. .
funds derived from a fashion akt t 3 I
? ,
y' I Advanced in Supply were John :j
show being sponsored by the ;
Cecil Field Club. Officers and Colvin, supervisor general supply : I
officer GS-9 to procurement officer i I
members of No. 86 have been in-
GS-10; Simon Hash, general ", l
vited to attend. _<'
Mrs. Gene Fuquay tendered her OUTSTANDING GROUP Recipients of cash awards for outstanding sustained performanceare first step; Mary Hughes, fiscal ,I

resignation on the audit board. these employees from Receipt Control Branch, Control Division, of Supply Department. The accounting clerk GS-3'to GS- .

Mrs. Thomas Harritt acceptedthis group shared $toO for their efforts. Front, row are (left to right) George Hyde; Barbara Fowler; 4 Gerald McLeod equipment .'
position. Edith Houghtaling; Coradr. Leon Covell, assistant Supply Officer; Mary Warren; Virginia Shaw, ; J
who received an individual award of $100, and Jake Oates. Second row: Bessie Joyner; Susanne: specialist (general) GS-6 to GS7 -

Lcdr, Peggy Strong of Wash- Elliot; Carolyn Harrison; Alice Salyard; Mary Winters, and Ruth Sparkman.NOTES. ; and William Smith Jr., equip-

ington, D. C. has written she will ment specialist (aeronautical)

be in this area in May. The clubis GS-6 to CTS-7..

planning an informal gatheringin = l Navy Approves Five ChangesIn In Public Works those advanced

her honor on May 29 at 1930.
were Campbell, appren- J
Members of Cecil Field and Uniform RegulationsFive tice welder (combination) first i

Green Cove Springs will be Invited class to welder (combination) 1

= changes in uniform regulations have been approved by first step; James Cooper, laborer

Miss Strong is with the Civil the Navy, it was recently announced. third step to laborer (heavy) sec-

Relations Department of the i Over six hundred children Now authorized for wear are: ond step; and John Lewis, laborer -
Navy and is publicizing the Navy Wearing of large medals by
boilermaker insignia; themusician's third
gathered in the rear of the CPO a new step to laborer (heavy)
Wives Clubs in Navy publications Club on Easter Sunday for the lyre by all officers in enlisted men on dress blues and second step.Vernon .

that field large medals by enlisted'men whites on the same occasions as
annual dependent's Easter egg ; Barefield, general
Mrs. Merton Ladd will attend the Merchant Marine officers will become mandatory, supply
hunt and festival. ; clerk GS-5 was promoted to
the Southeastern Regional meet- as announced earlier. The new
WWII Victory Medal, and a
of do-
Three cases eggs were supervisory purchasing agent GS-
ing Mrs. Bill Bot- into effect for CPO's
as a delegate. and smaller-sized tie clasp ruling goes '
nated by the president 7 in miscellaneous.
thof, treasurer, who had been I July 1.Added.
and the ladies THE NEWLY boil-
vice-president, established\ .
elected as a delegate will be unable to the lists of'awards
dyed ,the eggs in bright hues. ermaking rating will be- similarto
to attend. Mrs. Woodphen They were hidden with the as- the present boilerman specialty allowed for wear on uniforms is

Hall, elected alternate, will go in sistance of several chiefs, who mark, but will have a wrench the WWII Merchant Marine Vic- Foreign Service

Mrs. Botthof place. I tory Medal, which takes prece-
also supervised children partici- superimposed over the design.
Mrs. Al Johnson received a pating. dence after Merchant Marine Posts Now
Appointees to commissioned OpenTo
Navy Wives pin for having War Zone bars.
Many; prizes were donated by grade for temporary service in

brought five new members into local merchants and personnel of the Navy Music Organization and A gold, undecorated tie clasp,
the club during the past year Marine Barracks and NAS.A ApplicantsExaminations
the Warrant Officer Bandmastersare long enough to cover the tie, re-
Mrs. George Moore made the
Schwinn bicycle was won by now authorized to wear themusician's places the present bar which
presentation in behalf of the pin
for the United
Pratten of the tie. AFPS
Cheryl daughter lyre. overlaps ( )
chairman.A States Foreign Service will be ,
Robert Pratten, AJC, of VW-4,
contest is being held this and Mrs. Pratten. This makes the held in Jacksonville June 24, on .

year within the region to choosea second year in a row that a girl Dwarf Cacti Win Woman acceptance of applications which

Southeastern Regional Queen. has won the grand prize. must be filed not later than

A candidate's qualifications con- Club officials and management May 1 with the Board of Examiners

sist of work done for Navy Wives 'thanked donors and helpers alike Multiple Garden AwardsJust for the Foreign Service, Department -
Clubs and for her work with
of State, Washington
for making the event such an
civic organizations: Mrs. Jim outstanding success. as expert Japanese gardeners devote their effortsto 25, D. C.

White was elected as No. 86's stunting the growth of huge trees so that they remain as The announcement ,is made by

candidate Finals will be during The keel of the atomic subma- tiny miniatures, so does Miss Martha Baker of the machine the State Department throughthe

the regional meeting in Charleston records division of the NAS Jax Supply Department retard
rine Halibut is being laid in the Department of Defense, in
S. C., in May. Mare Island Naval Shipyard. The the growth of her collection of succulents, or cacti. order to bring the examination to

Mrs. Jean Stacey has acceptedthe her skill that I the attention of members of the
Halibut, third A-sub to be builtat Through plants
position of Not New Shop dwarfed cacti in most cases be-
the'Navy'. West Coast yard, would normally grow several' armed services who do not expectto
Co-Chairman smaller than the of
vacated by Mrs. ing height
in flower I : remain in the Armed Forces
will be the first nuclear-driven feet high are kept pots '
Bill Williams Mrs. MaryAnn these tiny pots.
guided missile underwater vessel. an inch in circumference, the beyond their present commitments
Smith will be in of obtaining -
charge I SOUTH AFRICAN Aloes, Bra- and who possess the nee.
soft drinks for the club's w zilian cacti, and Sanservieria or essary qualifications.

mother-in-law's tongue are among
remainder of the meeting her collection, a collection that
age (at least 20 and under 31));
consisted of nominating and won her a Special Recognition .
w being a citizen of the United
electing candidates for National Award at the Spring Flower
States for at least nine years; and
offices and proposing changes to Show held at the Jacksonville
able to_ pass a physical examina-
the National ByNaws.Electronics Garden Center, April 13. tion.

Although earning \recognitionfor
Candidates must pass both a
Books her gardening skill Miss written and oral examination in
Baker can also claim a very unusual -
order to receive .
an appointment.The
Available At CenterA 4y background for a woman written examination, which
her Coast Guard Reserve
will be held in about 70 cities
complete set of electronicstext activities, which she began dur-
the United
throughout States
books is now available for ing WW II.
reference and study at the Information consists of four sections: English
As well as being immediatepast
expression General Ability
and Education Office, ; ;
commander of the Coast General Background; and Mod
500 NATTCenter.
Building ,
Published by the Capitol Radio Guard League, Chapter 704, ern Language, (French, German,

Institute Inc. the Jacksonville, she is also now Spanish or Russian). The latter
Engineering ,
senior vice-commander of
volumes cover all phases of the may be deferred if a weighted

electronics engineering, ranging 7th District Coast Guard League, average grade of 70 or higher is
and has the added distinction of
from electronics for received in the first three sec-
being the only woman member. tions.
the beginner to advanced elec-
tronics for the electrical engineering MISS BAKER is also a memberof Appointments start in salary

graduate. the Coast Guard AuxiliaryFire Brackets $4,300 to $5,350 per

All personnel interested in the GOOD GARDENS NEED GROOMING In an Informal garden Dept. of Jacksonville, and is annum and range to a top of

field'of electronics will find this setting, Miss Martha Baker digs up an unwanted weed near the only woman member to pass 17000. Promotions are made on

modern up-to-date'library of the flagstone path leading from her home to the garden. Obscured the regulation fire fighting the basis of merit after a minimum -
by ferns in the foreground Ls a lily pond containing several large
course given by the JacksonvilleFire period of service in each of
benefit both on the job and in whom she
goldfish, a fact well-known to her rat, "Sandy, restrains -
training for advancement. with a firm hand Dept. the eight classes.



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Station Joins In Bringing Message Of Easter With Traditional Rites

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sunrise services which began at 0545. On hand to preside over the well attended their families file out of All Saints' chapel following traditional services Easter
I services held at the football stadium were (left to right) Comdr. Marion Stephenson Sunday. I
Li. Joe Davis, and LtJg( ) Willard Bartlett, allot NATTCenter; Lcdr. W'lIeBr'ant _
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ST. EDWARD'S RITES All masses at St. Edward's chapel attracted huge crowds, during last
the Sunday's 1000 mass.Easter services. Personnel, guests and families are shown. leaving St. Edward's following SS

Held Once Each Month

Naval No "' ;:;ttt.llii Ji;t i i.. :. "' 1
Hospital Exception When
Here is a seine typical throughout
the land on Easter Sunday the annual Easter egg hunt. These
It Comes; To Good Prenatal C nip e youngsters are !" real earnest In their search for hidden eggs dur-
Ing the hunt
err ,
-' -- - -"" I sponsored by the CPO Club. Cheryle Pratten
All good prenatal clinics provide indoctrination programs, and the daughter of Robert Pratten, AJC, of VW-4 and Mrs. Pratten, won
prenatal clinic at the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, is no exception.A born. Not only does this im- first first prize. This! Is the second ;year In a row that Cheryle has won
special program is presented once a month at the hospital mediately establish sex and wellbeing prize. All Saints' Chapel also sponsored an Easter egg hunt.

auditorium to an audience of parents-to-be who can be accompaniedby of the baby, but it also
relatives or interested friends, and consists of a brief lecture provides the mother with 'an unforgettable Announce New College ProgramFor
dealing with the patient's first registration at the clinic to the time experience she will

she leaves the- .hospital with. her baby. never forget. Regular Navy Officers
After a brief intermission a Many of those present sub-
movie titled, "A Normal Birth"Is relaxes, becomes a better patient, mitted unsigned questions to A new college-training program for eligible augmented and integrated

shown, and then a lengthy and has an. easier delivery. Comdr. Nastasi, and these were officers USN commissioned officers of the line and Supply Corps
"THIS PROGRAM takes the answered in a friendly, home- with a permanent grade of ensign and above has been an-
question and answer period is town doctor-style that relaxed nounced in BuPers Inst. i srn.i n.
place of the informal office
held. shy tension of the group and car- Under the new instruction,
COMDR. LEO Nastasi, who has chats we know you miss," he ried the program along for almost commissioned officers of the line Officers falling within one or

presented these programs on an continued, "and today we will another- hour before con- ((1100 and 1300 category) and more of the following categoric

alternate basis for two years, devote as much time as you feel clusion. Supply Corps officers (3100 cat- are not eligible:

welcomed those attending last necessary to fully answer all of The next prenatal indoctrination egory) with a permanent gradeof Commanders;
week's lecture with these opening your questions. In addition, you program will be held on May ensign and above but below the Officers who have attended a

remarks: will see a wonderful movie on 18, at 0900, at the hospital au- grade of commander, who were postgraduate course of one aca-
"Because of the large numberof actual childbirth." ditorium. accepted into the Regular Navy
AH after Jan. 1, 1949, are eligible.To demic year (except the General
young expectant mothers attending felt they' would receive .
the prenatal clinic," he benefit from the program, partic. Roberts Cops Honors be eligible for enrollment, Line School course) or any ad-
said, "we doctors are unable to ularly one woman, who althoughshe officers must. be accepted by an vanced service school such as the
give adequate time during nor- already had two children, At AO School NROTC university (or George Naval War College, Air Univer-

mal visits to answering the ages 11 and 8, was very hazy James Roberts AOUAN, of Washington University) with an sity, or Armed Forces Staff Col-

questions we know you want to about the actual births because Lake City, Fla., ,was the honor hours advanced standing of 45 semester lege;
ask, and thereby providing reassurance of the outmoded type of anesthesia I student of last week's graduatingclass or equivalent quarter hours. Officers over 40-years-old;
often needed. used in both instances.As at Aviation Ordnancemen'sSchool Up to 18 semester hours may Officers who have failed selec
o be earned by tion in ,their grade
; "An important part of prenatalcare explained by Comdr. Nas Class A, NATTCenter. the GED successfully passing present ;
is for to tasi the film would show test which is administered Officers who have previously
a woman fully un- an : Roberts, who entered the Navy '
by some NROTC attended College
derstand the childbirth process, actual natural birth with a in April, 1956, has been assignedto and universities the Five-Term
because when she knows exactly modern anesthetic permitting the Patrol SfjiTdron Five ba cd at University. USAFI George Washington Training Program; and
what will happen she invariably mother to see her baby being I NAS Jax. also be used for credit.courses!!! may Officers who have less than a
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Applications For Early Releases -

t fJavPrep School Seen For Navy's

T955 DrafteesThe

Being AcceptedNominations Navy announced last

week that it is giving three
for candidates for months' early discharges to

assignment to the Naval Preparatory the 20,000 men it drafted in

School, Bainbridge, Md., late 1955.
J+s leading to an appointment to the The draftees will be releasedin

J Naval Academy, are now being August-October after 21

accepted in the Education & In- months of active service. They

formation Office, Building 500, were originally drafted for 24

at NATTCenter. months.

Division officers should con- Plans for the release of an

duct a survey of all men inter- additional 6,000 draftees who

ested in this program and who came in during March 1956 are

meet the requirements set forthin now being studied and will be

T. NaTectraCcn Jax Notice 1531. announced by summer. It is

: Liiw They will forward the names of not likely that they would

these individuals to reach the serve longer than the 21

_, .ZWtt o: ;g t -< April 26.Prior All personnel needs for fiscal -
FASRON 109 QUINTET TOTALS 139 YEARS Five officers of the Fasron 109 maintenance 1957 and 1958 will be
department have piled up an Impressive total of 139 Tears of combined service. Heading the list is to July I, the 'command- year
Ltdr. Homer Eckles (left), maintenance officer; Chief Machinist Archie Fowler, of power plants, and ing officer will review all cases met through recruiting and
Chief Machinist Joe Resavage, in charge of air frames department, all of whom have 30 years sere and nominate those men whom volunteers, the Navy said.
ice. Lcdr. Harley Broom, assistant maintenance officer, has 26 years while Chief Radio Electrician
Robert Forster, electronics officer, is a 23 year man AU five are "mustangs," having started their he considers suitable. Applicants
careers as apprentice seamen. Lcdr. Eckles retires this month. Fasron 109 holds the record as being who have been nominated by the
the biggest patrol support Fasron in the Atlantic Fleet. commanding officer will be eligible Awards Of MeritEstablished

to take the preliminary

More Questions Answered written the Naval examination Preparatory for entranceto School. By

All personnel desiring to participate .
in this program should: Navy LeagueFour

In! Medicare Program contact their division officers.
SALTY HUMOR FROM annual awards of merit
have recently been established by
HERE AND THEREin Here are some answers to questions commonly asked by servicemen Vp.16 Aircraft Flies the Navy League of the United
and their wives concerning civilian care under the new States.
"I understand Smithers was a Medicare program.QMyson are in fields of
tried and trusted employee whenhe Long Non-Slop TripA The awards the
has a cleft palate technical
science and
worked here. in the household the
attached Patrol
P2V-5F to
which our doctor can correct by and
"He was trusted, yes," said the sponsor and must be over one- Squadron-16 flew literature, leadership opera-
an operation. Would this come recently non-
banker he will be tried if half for from tional readiness.
"and dependent support stop from Keflavik Iceland to
under the Dependents' Medical will make
The Navy League
we ever catch up with him." the sponsor. (AFPS) N A S Jacksonville returningfrom
Care Program?-Mrs. L. the presentation each year to

A-Yes. Generally speaking, if a five-month deployment. deserving Naval personnel or
"I sent my little boy for two
such an operation is consideredto Loaded to its maximum gross civilians. The latter are eligiblefor
pounds of plums and you only Navy StrengthIs
be medically beneficial to the weight of 80,000 pounds, the awards in science and litera-
sent a pound and a half.
"My scales are all right, mad 'patient by .the attending physician I 675,940The. P2V-5F Neptune took off from ture, and do not have to be Navy
the cost will be borne by i Keflavik carrying 3,900 gallons of employees. ., -
am. Have" you .weighed i yourlittle the government. N a v y' s manpower fuel and flew 3,100 nautical miles Nominations should ? be for

boy? Q-Will doctor visits to my strength was 67 ,940 at the beginning to 'Jax in 16-and-a-half hours, warded direct to the Board of
of March, reflecting a landing with 278 gallons of re- Awards Mills
child after delivery be includedin Navy League, :
"Gosh buttons! .but that'sa
my maternity care provided by slight drop of 103. serve fuel, enough to remain airborne Building, Washington, D. C.,
lovely story. Procurement totaled 12,427 for another hour and two-
prior to 23 April.
the Medical Care
"Is it wuth readin', Reuben .Dependents'
with 6255 recruits 3902 thirds.
new The inspirational leadership
"By hickory I I should say so. Act?-Mrs. J.
reenlistmcnts and 2270 reservists The average ground speed was award will be given to that Navalor
It tells the name of the medicinethat A-You are allowed two visits
going on active duty dur- 188 knots with almost no air Marine Corps officer or en-
cured the heroine and the outside a hospital in the case of
Jan. 31 to Feb.
ing the period received from winds.Lt. listed man who made an out
price per bottle." a newborn child. This must be
28. George W. Dittmann, the standing contribution to the high
within 60 days of your deJ1vel'1.QMy .
During the same period the
standards of leadership traditional
claims record but VP16is
pilot no
A modern clothes are
husband is overseas Marine Corps lost 770 men in the Naval service.
like a barbed wire fence. They now, and I'd like to have a list of bringing its total to 198857.' unable to uncover any evidenceOf The scientific developmentaward

protect the property without ob- doctors who are participating in Army's total was 897,255, while a P2V-5F accomplishing an will be given to that of-
equivalent feat on 3,900 gallonsof
structing the. view.. the medical program for civiliancare the Air Force reached 915,296. fuel. ficer, enlisted man or civilian

in my state. Can you please who most furthers the scientific
"Did steal this man's saw?" .. ..
you send me the list?-Mrs. B. ."" .' ..w. ':": 1 development of the Navy.
asked the Judge. A-There is no list of this '
The award to the
defendant ; literary goes
"No, Judge, said the nature for any state. Select a J who makes
"I just took it for a joke. I person a literary contribution -
choice and
physician your advance the knowl-
only carried it to my house, three ascertain ether not he will to
v.H or
miles edge of the importance of sea
away. treat you under the program.
"That's"Ten days," said the Judge." The vast majority of doctors are ::! power.Planning and operational com-
carrying a joke too far.
and shouldn'texperience
co-operating, you
petence will be awarded the officer -
difficulty in obtaining
any or enlisted man who makesan
A Swede down from the :< t.::..
came the services of a doctor ., outstanding personal contri-
woods and, entering a saloon, for authorized care. < .
bution in the of Naval
... .. course op
: .
asked for old '
drink of
a good Q-Can my father, who's com : erations.
squirrel whiskey. The bartender pletely dependent onr me for sup .

said: port, get medical care at a civil-
"I'm sorry mister, but we ian hospital under the dependentcare VA-<14 Back From

hain't got no squirrel whiskey.But bill-Sfc. R. Wasp Cruise

we've got some mighty A-No. Dependent parents or
smooth Old Crow." parents-in-law can receive med- Home in time for Easter, tho

"Oh, Yudas Priest! exclaimedthe ical treatment only at service recently detached group of thirty

Swede, "I don't bane want to facilities, if space and staff are men and eight pilots from Attack

fly; I yust bane want to hop available for such care. Parentsor Squadron Forty Four returnedthis
around a liddle bit. parents-in-law must reside past weekend from their two

iCY ai' Y'F. week cruise aboard the US S
Neighbors who Henry took sick and was Wasp. The group, under the com-
are people
rushed to the hospital. Next day mand of Comdr. John Shuff, executive

wonder end. when your party will his boss called on him. ._ : ppK, officer of the squadron,

"Now, Henry, don't worry y Xx> w f2"ys took part in carrier qualifications

about a thing. The men in the of- A $ and intercept maneuvers while at
main Grabs HonorsAt fice are going to pitch in and do r __ sea.
a The'cruise originated and terminated -
your wprk, as soon as we
AE'B'' School figure out what it is you've been from Rhode Island, witha
stop over on the isle of Bermuda -
Richard P. Kain, AE1, was the doing." ",--r. -....... __-
for Palm Sunday weekend.
honor student of last week'sgraduating On April 11 the Navy's Sub- CALL "ROBBIE" AND TAKE YOUR PICK M. R. Roberts, Pilots aboard for the cruise
class at Aviation its A03, (left) briefs B. R.. Robertson, A03, (center) and W. A.
marine Service will celebrate were: Comdr. Shuff; Ltjg) Richard -
Electrician's Mate School Class B Roberts, A03, on duties as a crew member on aircraft number
at NATTCcntcr. 57th anniversary. Nine of VW-4, the Navy's Hurricane Hunter squadron M. R. Bordone; Ltjg( ) John Huber;
Roberts flew on nine flights into 'canes last season with his crew. Ltjg( ) Paul Weitz; LtJg) Brad
Kain, whe entered the Navy in three A03s and all to the "Robbie." In ad-
Silversides spent 701 All are answer name Kiddie; Ltjg( ) Dave Glunt; Lt-
February, 1951, has been assignedto The USS dition, each will hold down the tooth-rattling after-station look-
(jg) Allen Bean and Frank
Patrol Squadron 42, North Is- days patrolling at sea during out position in the P2V "Neptune" crews which will hunt for tropi Capt.
land, California. World War II cal storms later this year. Hitt, USAF.



6 JAX AIR NEWS 25 April! 1957

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-Two Tied ::1;. ,: Pistol Club Racks

In Center. I: Up Honors At

. S-Ball LoopWhen Police ShootMore

j sharpshooting was produced -
dust had cleared from by the Jax Navy Pistol

last .week's action in the Club during firing in the Easter

NATTCenter Intramural Soft- Sunday Shoot at the Jax Police

ball League, Aviation Ground ,. pistol range.

Officers School' and Aviation .:' W. II. Mellon won Master class
Electrician's 11 ate School
firing with
an aggregate score of
stood atop the heap with spotless '..;;;h::' 580 out of a possible 600. lie
,. ,.
records.The 'ot ': '
copped first in .22 caliber slow
AGO Ensigns ran up 47 "'._ .fd' fire, .45 caliber time% fire and .22

runs in amassing three victories. ; caliber rapid firing.Sharpshooter .

They downed the Support Splinters -

13-0, NAWS School, 12-1, .."',, honors were
snared by Jax Navy's Jim Batson
and AO School, 221. .
/. "'<.' \ ... with an aggregate score of 552x
AGAINST the Splinters, AGO !
600. Batson won .22 caliber slow
coasted behind the no-hit
hurlingof firing and also .22 caliber rapid
Zeff Lazarus. This was La
fire competition.J .
zarus' second no-hit performanceof .'
the season. .:,:t iii___ D. Waldron upheld in the

Marksman class with first place
Keeping pace with AGO was
performances in the .45 caliber
AE School. The Sparkies downed LUMBER-LUGGING LASS Diane (Fitzpatrick) Hicks, lax ]Navy Crackerjax softball veteran,
NAWS School, 4-2, AvFund takes a cut at the ball during fifth Inning action in Monday's Craat erjax-PrudenUal: softball battle time fire and .22 caliber rapid

School, 12.6, and SupSpIintcrs 4- St. Nicholas Playground. The insurance lassies captured the tilt, !9-4! to open City Softball League firing. His aggregate tally of 548
competition. Catcher is Pat Pohland of Prudential. As she misses the sphere, Hicks is probably mut- x6dO was high! : for the.day in this
3. teringr, "Pitchers aren't supposed!' to hit, anyway." class.
Frank Fosbenner hurled two of
the AE wins. Dick Spina, Dick Norm Pratt won the Expert

Stein, Paul Harvey and Bob Errors Prove Costly Racquelmcn Trip class aggregate with a 549 total,

Tichert supplied the big sticks. taking first place in slow fire and
Auburn Nctiers time firing with a .45 caliber
IN OTHER tilts in the NATT
Waves pistol.
Center circuit last week, MAD Drop Opener
The Jax Navy tennis team Tom Asbjornsen took second in
dropped a slugfest to AO School,
dropped matches to Pensacola the Sharpshooter class with
138. However, the Marines came The Jax Navy Crackerjax opened the Women's City Navy and Georgia Tech Jast 542 aggregate.C. a

on to take two victories later in Softball League schedule on a discordant note, dropping a week, and then came back on
the 9-4 encounter to Prudential in E. Herrington rounded out
week. an error-pocked tilt Monday the rebound to swamp Au-
They tripped AK School, 15-0, night at St. Nicholas Playground.Ten burn, 63.Hunter. Jax Navy's scoring by winningthe

then .garnered a 14-1 win over Crackerjax errors helped Tyro class competition, post-
Bell Bill Van
more enemy runs in the fourth Wag- ing an aggregate score of 567.AllStar .
Fundamentals. Bat stars for MAD Prudential rack the big
up mar- Mike Babcock
frame. That ended Prudential ner, Henry S..
were John Carolson and Joe gin. In addition, Diane Hicki, Jax scoring for the night. North and Jimmy Brown all

Bodnar. Navy flinger, issued seven free Jax Navy picked three scored against Auburn I in
SupSplinters downed A 0's She out five hits.IIALJI' up Service
passes. gave singles matches, while Bill
tallies in the fifth. Buck buntedto
nine, 5-4, in one of the closest .
THE MISCUES in Lyons and George MacDonald
the mound, but Norris again
contests of the week. Howard the second frame, along with overthrew first base with the chalked up a win in the Hoop Team Is

King provided the winning blow two walks, a double and pair of ball landing a country,.mile in doubles.
with a Kindle In the home-half of singles as the "Pru" nine tallied Jax which scheduled
rightfield. The tiny Crackerjax Navy, was Coach's Dream'Choosing
the seventh frame.
six times. outfielder went all the way to meet East Carolina

AvFund School defeated AK Chris Norris struck out the around. College Tuesday, and HighPoint
r from the wealth of
School, 5-4, after NAWS School
side in the Crackerjax half of the With two away, Ann Cooper College Wednesday, of college and professional basket
had pasted the Storekeepers, 16-
this week, moves to Gaines
6. same inning. The Prudential received .her third walk, stole ball stars in service this year,
twirler had a good ,night, givingup second and advanced to third on ville next Tuesday where it armed forces newspaper editors

only four hits and four walks. another efror by Norris. Sophia will meet the netmen of the and coaches have selected a

SPORTS Jax Navy got a run in the Sayatovich brought Cooper in University of Florida. "dream team"-all of them All-

third. Hicks led off with a bunt with a bingle, stole two bases and America's-for all star laurels, as

single, then scampered around to scored on a passed ball. announced by Armed Forces
SCHEDULEWeek third on an error by Norris. The TilE CRACKERJAX had a man Spikers Press Service.

Prudential pitcher overthrew 6n base with no outs in both the
Captain of the classy aggrega-
of April 25-May 1 first base on attempting to retire fourth and sixth frames, but Ft. StewartIn tion is Sihugo Green, All-Ameri-

Baseball: Jax Navy vs. Parris Chris Buck, who had topped a couldn't push a run across.
volleyball action at Mainside can at Duquesne and now prop.
Island, home, April 25-26; Fliersvs. roller to the mound. Next league appearance for
erty of the professional Rochester
Gym last Thursday and
U. of home Buck took second the the will be Monday Friday,
Tampa, April 27; on same Crackerjax Dix's
the Jax Royals. Green is with Ft. ,
Navy spikers
Fliers vs. MacDill AFB, away, play. With one out, Darlene night at St. Nicholas with Pepsi swept a .
I .. two match series from Fort rmy champions.
April 29-30. lillaert brought Hicks across Cola providing opposition.
Stewart. Others chosen for first team
Softball: Crackerjax vs. Pepsi with an infield out. The "Pru" A tentative road trip to Parris
Cola, St. Nicholas, April 29; NAS shortstop tossed to first rather Island is set for June 12. In ad- Jax Navy, ninth ranked volleyball honors were: Tom Gola, 6' 6" ex-
team in the nation LaSalle and War-
poundedthe Philadelphia
Civilians vs. Prudential, St. Nich- than home.A dition, games with other top-
Fort Stewart team 15-5 15-6 rior star and probably the
olas, April 29; Crackerjax vs. Opportunity DOUBLE, TRIPLE, walk notch service nines are being
and 15-2 in contestto est rebound in the to
Thursdays' man sport
House Y. Murray Hill, and double error scored three formulated.
win the first match. day. lie's now with Ft. Mon.
May 1.Tennis.
Friday, the spikers again set mouth, N. J.

Florida, away: Jax, April Navy 30.vs. U. of I Co. 11 Wins Mitt Smoker I down.Fort Stewart with three AL FERRARI, Michigan

straight, 15-8, 15-5 and 15.11 to State and St. Louis Hawks ball
Golf: Jax Navy vs. Patrick
Capturing three out of seven that was all that company 11 make a clean sweep of the two. wizard, now with Ft. Dix's
AFB, April 29.
away bouts, with two ending in a needed to capture the night's match series without so much as Burros; Ft. Lenonard Wood's K.
Volleyball: ComFair .Jax Tour-
draw, Company 11 defeated competition. losing a game. C. Jones and Mitchel AFB's Jesse
begins April 29.
ney Company 14 in the monthly A pair of light-heavyweights The Jax Navy volleyball team Arnelle also were named.
: ComFair Jax Tour
Aviation Fundamentals School mustered the only wins for journeys to Memphis, Tenn., to S. .
nament begins April 30 at NAS
Boxing smoker last Thursday "14." George Ornelas and participate in the Nationals, May Mellon Captures Pistol

range. night at NATTCenter's King Chuck Derr were the two who 714.
> Hall. managed to salvage some of Honors At GainesvilleWilliam

Wadsworth's Lead In 156-pound George Nelson, of the night for T/Sgt. Richard Mellon of NAS Jax
Civilian Women To
OW Bowling LeagueWadsworth's Company 11, opened the eve- Morgan's company. captured top honors at the

ning's hostilities by defeating Middleweight, John Johnson Cavort On DiamondThe Gainesville Pistol Club April 14

bowling team remained 154-pound Ron Nugent. Heavy (Co. 11)) and Howard with a record-smashing 583 out

atop the Officers' Wives weights Chuck Wepner and Crawford battled to a draw as NAS civilian women's soft- of a possible 600. Mellon ,had

Bowling Loop last week by pick- Bill Maloney garnered two I did light-heavies Walt Con- ball team needs several more established the previous mark at

ing up two wins against the same more victories for S/Sgt.. Nor- noly (Co. 11) and Paul John players. Professional experienceis 580 last year.

number of defeats while the sec man Johnson's company and son. not essential. John L. Batson of VAH-3.took

ond-place Taylor team dropped Vitality, and interest in sports, third place in the sharp-shooter '

three and won one to hold on to NATTC Gym Getting AO Phase Officer and a knowledge of what softball-- division with 511 out of the possi

the number two spot. I, is about are all the qualifications ble 600.
Officers' Wives bowling standings New Face LiftingWith Leaves Center Post needed. N. A. Pratt, Marine from

as of April 23. NATTCenter's RosendahlGym Chief Aviation Ordnance Tech- Equipment, suits, and insuranceare NATTCenter, walked away from

W diworthW40. 1$ Building 513, undergoing a nician Robert H. McCauley, phase furnished by the NAS Jax the field in the expert division

Taylor>'o>trr 31 28at 2S zxSmith : spring-cleaning, all scheduled activities officer at Aviation Ordnance Employees' Association.You with a .45 cat automatic, firing a

32 there have been canceledand School Class A, will be detached girls, who feel you would 556 out of 600 to do so. Pratt also

Jeffreys 21 24 32 as: the basketball court secured.A from NATTCenter Monday, April not like to participate in the placed third in the masters class

new coat of paint will be given 29. actual game, bring the fellows with a 56&Fortytwo

Before World War II, the U. S. the basketball and volleyball lines CWO McCauley, who has beenat and form a cheering section. contestants entered to

Navy had four fleet actions and and the deck will be refinished. NATTCenter since May, 1955, For further information contact break the previous mark for

in each one it captured and Work in the gym should be will report to the USS Lake Dottie Markham, building 902, participants in individual cOm-.

destroyed every enemy ship. completed by Monday. Champlain (CVA 39). Ext. 8351. petition.Page .

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HAS SOFTBALL" :: : ;.t1Z"" f :;<. : ,>)',:.: ,

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SLATE ;?: "" : : ::,' f" :" Teams Off And Running

Thartday, April U

Albemarle Yorktown 1615 1615 VP-16 HDa p. va va Pp.VAH-3 Ser ,;; ., In HAS Softball CircuitThe
Saratoga 1615 FAWTU V* Dlip.KnterprUe
1800 Pen v. NARTU
Enterprise:; 1945 '- v. Supp.
Maaay, April tt toe-plated occupants of the nob tween home plats:!
rcY41u ?
1615 FAWTU VFPC2 ??
Albemarle' v*
Yorktown 1615 VW.8 VA-104 and second base are due for some long afternoons between

Saratoga Enterprise: 1615 1ItIJO Fa Oper., ]09.v.. VA-173}'u. 6 now and June 26, if opening day games in the Mainside Intramural -

Enterprise: T.5idFj A-11113VP-16 -- Softball League are any- indication.

Albemarle' 1615 VA-172 va Oper. In the three contests Monday,
Yorktown 1615 Pltp. va }losp. played at Enterprise Field.
Saratoga 1615 Sp. Ser vi VP-16 60 runs crossed the dais as six
Enterprise: 1800 VAIU3 va VK-173 L\ members of the 20-team circuitsaw VA-104 FORFEITED to Fasron
1945 ': 88 VW-4
Enterprise:; .sv. 1 action. 109 while a game between VFP-

Albemarle' 16l57ATUv FAW-H 62 and VA-172 was scheduled for
Yorktown 1615 Supp. v* NARTU ROBERT McCARRICK, doing
Saratoga 1615 Per- va Commun. another date.
Enterprise: 1800 VF-172 va Sp. Ser the mound chores "for Fasron
Enterprise: 1945 llosp. va YFP-63 Six defeated Charles Davis Games are scheduled Mondays
Tkaraday, May S
through Thursdays four
Albemarle 1615 Pent. 'v* VAH3 pitcher for FAW-11, 114. Fasron on
Yorktown 1615 VP-18 va Fai. 109 separate fields, with play ending
Saratoga 1615 VA-104 v.* NARTU 6 played Fasron 109 Wednesdaybut .
Enterprise 1800 Comun. \* Supp. June 26.Locations.
results not known at
Enterprise 1945 VP-16 v* DUp.
press time. of fields are: Albe-

.. v< L w L .Lass waLp... .J* .. Communications won over Operations marle, one block north of traf-

Fliers Dream FIRST PITCH OF SEASON Frank Fridgeon. seasoned- 15.10, with Barnard Bon- fic light off Yorktown Ave.; Enterprise -

Operations pitcher, throws a hard fast one to start Mainside intramural day on the mound for the win lighted field east of

Of'Long Ago Softball play last Monday at Yorktown Field. Communica ners. Frank Pridgeon took the Mustin road on Enterprise street;

tions defeated Pridgron's club, 15-10, with Barnard Bonday on themoundJor loss for Operations. Saratoga, east of Mustin road, on

the winners. Games ate being played Mondays through VW-4 defeated Personnel, 9-7, Saratoga street; and Yorktown,
And Thursdays with season running through June %6. 20 teams
VictorySix answered the starting axon this week. in another opening game. They northwest corner at traffic lighton

-- ___ Yorktown street.

of one, half dozen of an- Braves Al Home Nexl A schedule of Mainside games

other any way you look at it, TAX A.IRNEWS for the next week is given else-

Jax Navy's baseball Fliers have Week In Sally ActionThe where on this page.

not seen the light of victory since 1

April 2, with over three weeks Jax Braves return to home

and six losses coming since their confines Monday, April 29 when AFPS SPORTS'

5-4 win over Jax University they open a four-game stand
against the Columbia Gems in
The Parris Island Marines always

Sally League action. RoundupCavalry
a powerful opponent, are in
for Game time will be 2000 at the
town a three-game series with
outpost All the
new Jax baseball park. Two
Jax Navy, Wednesday through
Friday. games are slated for the following VP-18 Long Time Cinderella horses in the Army have not yet

RESULT OF day, with the first tilt start- been traded in for tanks. Quite a
was not available.yesterday's Tonight's gameis ing at 1839. Takes Lead In HAS Keg PlayVP18 few of them, and their riders, '
Both clubs finish the series witha I
scheduled for a 1600 start, dittoFriday's will be under the supervision of
tilt. 2000 encounter May I, long time second placer, moved into the number one
Maj. J. {V, Russell at Ft. Sam
position during last week's Mainside intramural bowling loop play.
A fourth straight day of baseball Houston>, Texas, for some months.
ComFairJax from firstto
at Mason Field will dropped VW-4 tl 19 29
come VFP-62 Boasts Trio fourth place with VA-172 and CommunlcaUoni 17 31 The major's job will be as officer
about whenthe, Fliers oppose the VA1I-3 tl 14 :2ftVFP62
University of Tampa in a 1430 With Flier Nine MARTD tied for second, Faetu is : "S" 17 35 in charge, Modern Pentathlon
Marine "U" 1J: 28
still in the third spot. Waves 14 34 Training Squad, and it will be
tilt, Saturday.. Fliers are ,.l-8r for Three members of VFP-62 Fasron 6 "B" dropped from the VW4 Otttccri 15 31Fanrnn
the season. baseball 6 "A" 14 38 his responsibility to whip into
are wearing Jax.Navy -
league. Marine "G" 8 28
Frank Jankunis is slated to get flannels this year. Standings as of April 22, 1957. shape a group of "superman"

tonight's mound assignment with VP-18 30 10VA172 service athletes for international
newcomer Jim Murley of NAR- Fast-ball artist Dick Pavey .12: 12 I Tandem
MARTD 32 12Faetu Navy pentathlon competition in No-
and C. K. Whitson catcher
I ,
TU hurling tomorrow's series- :17 15CnmFalrJax vember at Mexico City.
hold down positions iri the .14 14
ender. VA-44 :25 11
Flier battery corps. Special Senlccft7 13 Leads Hyde The sport comprises gruelingtests
BRIAN IIUSSEY was sched- Operations :T5 21 in
cross-country running
Third VFP-62 man playing Faxmn 19
109 29
uled to hurl yesterday's tilt. Russ :at 16 Golf swimming, pistol shooting, epee
varsity ball is infielder John VWW4.112 Park
Bouxsein is expected to get the Fields. ::.TO 25 V6VF171 23! I fencing and steeplechase horse-

starting nod against Tampa. VFT-Ct MEN WITH JAX NAVY Diipensarrjft& R Officer! V2 27O 22 I Dave Bruce and Walt Strader, manship, and in the words of

The Fliers extended their los- Dick Pavey _... ....,., .....,, ...,,. P Hospital 23 25 members of the NAS golf team Maj. Russell, "It's a good thing
C. R. Whitson __________ c 21
ing streak to six straight last John Fields _ _ 2b VF173"C" 22 26 took an early lead Saturday in I'm not trying out for the team.
Saturday with a 4.2 loss to The VAH-3 n 21 27 qualifying for the annual Hyde It would kill me." The major was

..... .. ,.... ., .. _...
CitadelIt ,. "' .WN. '' "" --"T """' '''-',''' 'Park Four-Ball coach of
< ., .' .,<:."'" .i 1' Championship. last year's Olympic rid-
: : :
"", ,,- r. ,
was the closest thing to a : ; ". >" '" ,.,..>..,>,> < '1' 'tit; <''i'." The Navy combine went out in ing team, gold medal winner at
r 'tt'\:,,, w:! 33 and back in 35. had
pitcher's battle that Mason Field i .... "'"""" ,.' 1 .," come They Melbourne.

bleacherites have witnessed this i i ': :Sw ''I ''II". ," .","".S., birdies on No. I, No. 8, and No. Son Yankee-Doodlings New

young season. Eddie Colby spaced ". ,,, : the front side and on 14 and rules calling for a cut-down to 23

eight hits to cop the win, while >'&xttf'- ., 'j 16 on the back nine.They had ; players by opening day held no

loser Red Mingle delved out nine. t ., their only bogey on No. 15, a par terror for astute Casey Sten el.

JAX NAVY entertained authentic four. Due to three returning service-

hopes of ending their loss Through yesterday, 23 teams men, who don't count, the Yan-
had for the with
qualified play
skein by holding a 2-1 lead untila kees carry 31 players.
nine duos posting scores of 72 or
two-run seventh inning Citadel bctW. Frank Crosctti has been wearinga

rally. Bomber uniform for 25
Nelson Lee, assistant pro at
The Citadel series opened Friday !- Hyde Park, announced yesterday Slugging star Mickey Mantle

with the collegians grabbinga that the qualifying period had did his'worst batting in Baltimore ..

6-3 decision. Sandy Cooper been extended through this coming last year, hitting only .219 in the

tossed a neat three-hitter. Sunday.FLIERS'. Oriole Park. Mickey hit over .400 .

Loser Frank Jankunis had the ...---- against the A's and Red Sox, and

roof cave in on him when The v gp his batting average in night

Citadel scored five runs to put FARINGS games slumped to .316.

the game out of reach.ComFairJax Player Pos. G AB H R TBIIBIAV.
p 3 0 1 1 .5 ]lodgers. 3b 9 J 11 2 13 5 .407:
Dullard ot 2S 1 0 2 0 .333
Hosts Mohnarp 2 S 1 0 1 1 .33.1 Jr. Fleet Eyed
Gibbon, 11 9 24 7 1 t.Doub. 5 :.292
2b 1 5 2 0 20.286
Pistol-Rifle MeetThe Schultz Ib 5 I 16 4 2 6 1 .25() Illy Sail Club
PeMent. M 9 39 8 4 14 2 .:US
ComFairJax Pistol-Rifle Whltion. c 4 5 1 1 :2 2..20))) Potential pint-sized skipper
Jankunli. p 4 11 2 2 :2 0 .128
Tournament will be held at NAS .3'p Fields, 2b 32 2 1 2 0 ,16 interested in piloting their own
Bates. lb' 3 10 2 0 2 1 .]67
Jax, commencing April 30. iJifxwkl, 3b 9 25 4 2 6 3, .160 ship are invited to attend a

The .45 cal pistol and .30 cal. :+ Macey. p cf 4 3 13 7 2 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 :.11,143 meeting April 26, at 1930 in

rifle, including ammunition, shall Allen rf 7 24 3 2 5 1 .125 Building 804.
al Saffer. c 5 23 2 2 :ll ,11fI1
be provided by the competitorslocal 1's s Matynak, e 6 12 1 0 1 1 ,1Jl.1 The meeting will be held to
Churchill, rf 4 11 00 0 0 .(IO Junior
command. Allgood. rf 1 4 0 0 0 0 .(m: establish a Fleet of the
,Rifle range facilities will be BDuxaein. p 1 0 0000 .<<10 Jax Navy Sailing Club for dependents -
... ,
.... Freese p 1 2 0 0 0 0 .000
available at Camp Blanding for 1- PHOTO CAPTURES THREE FIRSTS Frank Jankanis of Maataby.. of 1 1 0 0 0 0 .000 of Navy and Marine
Pave,, p 1 0 0 0 00.43)0
practice during the tourney. lax Navy hustles back to first base in the first inning of the first Stone, inf 1 1 0 O. 0 0 .000 Corps personnel.

Entries will be briefed at the Citadel-Filer game at Mason Field last Friday. The fliers, bitten Parents are requested to accompany -
FUelers G 11' II R W L Pet
NAS Jax by early season jitters and poor hitUn, fell, G-3, to the South JtnkunU
Armory at 0900 April 4 27 36 23 1 3 .200 "captains" under six-
Carolina nine. The Citadel swept the series when they defeated Mingle 3M) 'JO 12 0 2 .em
for the rules governing tour- Jar Navy, Con Saturday. Citadel first sacker is Joe Bonnoitt. Huiney 3 12'-' 9700 .000 teen, and it is suggested that
nament procedures to follow in and tomorrow in Motmar 2 9 1/3 7 801 .UOU
Fliers face Parris Island today games starting nouxneln 1 1/33701 .too the minimum age be eight
using the pistol range at 1600 at Mason Field. Frcei 27 6301.000

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Scouting Squadrons x

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!, 1 L. Conway, AA

Transferred to Fasron 109 was
i r .
; T Ate:
Warren C. Mallard, SII3. > ; >f ;

Lcdr. S. J. Abel was wetted \ 4 :

down properly with a fire hoseon

the sea wall last week fol-

lowing his promotion from Lieutenant
k :

.. t.:", S S 44
fL; : : 'j VA-44 :aro ..,
Attack Squadron Forty Four Is

With TheToastmasters finally all back together again,

after the return of Lcdr. John

Shuff and his detachment from

\ the U. S. S. Wasp. With things

Speakers at the MarrNav-Easy back to normal, the squadron is

7 Toastmasters meeting held last practicing rocket firing and strafing -

Thursday evening in the CPO in preparation for the Joint _...._ __._..m..mn_.._._.__ ...n______.n.n _n__ ___.____.mn..nnn-__....._......_ ___

Club were: Howard Heck, who Civilian Orientation Conference, NEW TRAINING-TYPE COUGAR FawtuLant has become the proud owner of the Navy's
spoke on "Spirit In The Armed which will be held the weekendof newest training: plane, the F9F-8T, a two-seated version of the operational swept-wlng Cougar. The
new two-seaters differ from the regulation Cougar only In the fact that they provide an additional
Forces; Ralph Davies, who spoke May 4.VA44 cockpit which Is virtually Identical to the regular cockpit In equipment, controls and visibility. The
.on "Morale In The Armed Forces will be one pf the new trainer has the same excellent flying qualities as the service proven F9F-8 and Is also transonlo
," and Mike Lenihan, whose selected squadrons to demonstrate In speed capability. Primary use of the new planes are for instrument and navigation training, Intermediate

subject was "Navy Traditions." to a group of high ranking nation. and operational Jet training, carrier operations indoctrination and transonic flight Indoctri

Harold Rich presented table civilians the techniques of attack
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topics, and Don Muller was gen- flying and the precision skill of
eral evaluator. Tony Cocco was the Naval aviator. IIdW YA'KlldJYl

toastmaster for the meeting. On Saturday, Comdr. John HIGH LOW

Shuff; LtJg( ) Dick Cave; Ltjg( ) ;ftl11t HCftfi ARE AKftUfeRS TO THffQueSTOMS AM PM AM PM

Navy Jax Toastmasters held a Charles Caricofe; Ltjg( ) Alan I SERVKEMfiNAWrfFAMILIES Fri. 5:21: 5:50: 11:21: 11:53:

noon meeting at the "0" Club Bean; Ltjg( ) Michael Petrullo, iffJM ASK THE VETERANS Sat. 6:06: 6:31: 12:00:

last Thursday, with Vince Anania end Ltjg( ) Bob Deupree will \ NlSTAAT EVERY MY.. C, Sun. 6:46: 7:11: 12:35: 12:38CLASSifiED':

acting as toastmaster hold their "wetting down" partyat
(By Armed Forces Press Service) .
Bob Keller's table topic, "What NAS Skeet Club. All guests of ly be restored to me?

Would You Do If _," created the party must come as a "songitle" Q-May I get a GI business A-No. Relief from liability
loan to buy automobile? I
some interesting solutions to a in order to gain admittanceto of your present GI loan would
need it to get to and from my
the soiree.
variety of problems brought up not automatically entitle you to
I. place of business. For Rent
by the Toastmasters. another loan. Veterans have
A-A GI business loan for this 3-Rm.
Lower. Furn.
Apt. 2037
Three their loan entitlement restored
speeches highlighted the Urge ForgivenessBill
purpose would be prohibited bylaw Herschel
St. EV 7-4321 Caldwell -
program; 'Clancy Rich speakingon only under certain unual clr-
Veterans'mar obtain GI
"How To Your '" For Doctors cumstances such their .
Buy Boots, loans for automobiles only if as losing
Woody Woodside's thougttt-pro- "Forgiveness" legislation effecting homes through fire or flood; condemnation For Sale
they are essential in carrying on
yoking, "The-Enigma,'' and Rudy several hundred service their business. by the Government, 5-Rm. Bungalow. 1616 Fairfield

Brannum's presentation of, "A doctors who collected food and or being forced to change locations Place. $7,000. Mo. Payt's $31.50.
Q-I sold house and let the
Lieutenant's my Burkhart.
Dilemma. because of health or job
quarters money while interningat buyer take over my GI loan. But 5-Rm. Use. CBC. 4644 Cates Ave
It noted that transfer.
was upcoming civilian hospitals, has been introduced -
VA relieved me of all liability.
(near Venetia). EV 7-3452. Lt.
transfers have created numberof hold Korea GI term insurance
a in a relief 'bill, (lilt Since I am no longer liable for Q-I -
Vacancies in the organization, heard Will I get a yearly divIdend Haverty.
3366)) expected to be by
the loan, would I be eligible for
5-Rm. use 5203 Lexington Ave,
and that five members the brother
new may the House Judiciary committee. same as my
another GI loan?
(Lake Shore). GI Loan. $58.75
Join Navy Jax Toastmasters as 'f.hUit: ) covers military doctors I who is a World War II veteran
f A-No. Relief front liabilitydoes Mo. Lt. Evans. Ext.
active participants. who were serving as interns or and holds WW II GI policy
not necessarily entitle you 3-Bdrm. CB. ILjc. 4944 Ortega
resident physicians in non-federal A-No. under the law, your
to another GI loan. Hills Dr. EV 9-1454. Stewart..
Navy Civilian Toastmasters"did hospitals before July, 1954. It has : Korean GI term Insurance Is
I sell GI home and 3-Bdrm, 2 bath house. 5749 Cedar
Q-If my ,
it up" big Tuesday with an the backing of the military serv non-participating. It does not pay
Park Lane. (Lakeshore) EV 7-
get from liability to the
Impressive charter presentation dividends. However, premiumson -
dinner at the Officers Club. ices.The Comptroller had ruled that i Government, will my entitlementfor this type of insurance general 6019. Vollmer.
another GI loan automaticalSWEATER 3-Bdrm. use 4214 Timuquana Rd.
Members, wives, their friends compensation from the hospitals 11 are lower than World War II MacPhee. EV 74544. $19,000.
and received by officers, commissioned GI premiums.
special guests were treated many 33-Ft. 2 BR trailer. 5939.noose-
to. an evening of fine entertain- directly as part of the 1. Q-I want to train under the velt Blvd. Ext. 8371. Wright.

ment. On hand for the charter services' drive for doctors, must ; .; Korea GI Bill, but I am not sure 1954 Nashaver Hse. Trlr. 4630
be paid back. In 1955 the services. I what
presentation were Comdr. Rob- J course I would like to take. Timuquana Rd. Carter.

ert H. Smith, executive officer, changed their contracts with the .. How do I go about applying for Miscellaneous'Wanted
and Mrs. Smith; Capt. James: J. hospitals to end the civilian pay- VA vocational counseling? '
AMI shore f in
: on duty
McKinstry, Supply Officer, and ment, but some of the officers' f' : ,. A-On the application form for Pensacola
:; area requests change
Mrs. McKinstry Capt. Ira N. continued to collect. ,
; Korean GI training, you will finda I with same at NAS Jax or Cecil
Curtis, Public Works Officer, and The relief bill would forgivethe section that asks whether you Field. EV 85263. Welton.

Mrs. Curtis; John Hebb, Sunshine officers who have not repaid want vocational counseling. Simply Wanted: ADI on shore duty in
District Governor of Toastmasters and would return the money to check that section. VA then Pensacola
area requests changeof
who made the official those who did pay. ..-..; will schedule you for vocational duty with any ADI of NASor

charter presentation; and Swede "J' counseling. '
; Cecil Field. EV 9-5858.
r ,
Larson, Lt. Governor. iil .
1 ;t't; Kaightor.
Accepting the charter was ,\ O&R JaxContinued Wanted: Swap shore duty with

club president Gordon King. any AMC in Jax area for shore

Speeches were given by Ray ( from race"Ubilities duty at NAS Anacostia, D.C.

Forrest, who spoke on "Relax"; of the engine, how it had RE 5-5258. Arth.

Don Moran, "Foreign Aid"; Rod hf'' been used, and what was required -,

Pinney "The Weaker Sex"; and of it in its new purpose. February in the helicopter han

Leonard Eubanks, "How ToM This meant visits to the Pratt & gar. The gun mount and engine
Commit Suicide." Eubanks received Thursday, April 25 Party Whitney Division and Hamilton were, brought up from the Naval

the vote of the audienceas Night. Refreshments. Standards Propeller Division of Station Green Cove Springs, lit-

best speaker of the evening. Friday, April 26 Special I, United Aircraft in Hartford, tle by little the bugs were ironed

Milo Jones was toastmaster Program. This is on the house. Conn. There he conferred with out of such problems as mount.

with Bill Clearman as topic Saturday, April 27 2030, project engineers, and learned a ing, shock absorbtion and other

master. Wives introduced the Birthday night. Gifts. lot about cooling and mounting complicated details.
topics for husbands. Sunday, April 28 1000. Free
Evaluator'swere procedures.ON LAST WEEK Frank Dennis,
Mike Cascone, Jay Ellis, coffee hour; 1045., off to churchof RETURNING to 0 & R., he service representative of Hamilton
'Carl McCranie, and Walt Stanul., your choice; 1730, Vesper and
and a design team composed of: Standards Propeller Division,
Master evaluator was Andrew refreshments by Baptist Temple Charles and Ed Trares service engineer
Moye, jet engine specialist ,
Planey. Ernest Newberg was Cootiettes; 2000, movie, "Rails '. ; Louis Barilla, power plant with the same outfit, arrived to

timekeeper; Dick Silbernagel l Into Laramie. enginees; Henry Gunderson, con- assist with the propeller installa

gave the "er" counts, while Lawton Monday, April 29 Formal- USD'sBirthday Orchestra [ .L.: t TIi trol engineer; J. B. Roland, pro tion. Representatives of Pratt &
Spring :
Green delivered the invoca- ,
.Dance. NAS Orchestra,, duction supervisor on special Whitney arrived early this week.
tion and benediction. Gordon I. j; projects; and B. M. Underwood, With the final check out com

King presided over the meeting,. 2000. drafting supervisor set to work pleted;'0 & R's responsibility for
Tuesday, April 30 Pal Day I L--... 'aA'
By mid-February they came up construction of the prototype installation -
Doctors tried over a span of t Banquet at George Washington GIRL Pretty
with a design which was checkedout is completed. The workon
eight years to cure the mysterious Hotel (invitation only), 1900. Angle Dickinson, who recently
parties her first role in the with Bethlehem Steel in the ship itself will be completed .
skin affliction that affected'an USO Club -facilities: Warner
Bros. movie, "Shoot- Baltimore, where specificationsfor in June, and running
Air Force sergeant's finger tips. singing, games, TV room, dances, Out at Medicine Bend,.' smiles
the ship's installation were phases are for July.
A specialist finally made several showers; snack bar, housing bureau happily for everyone. drawn. .

tests and then prescribed mending and pressing,
a leather coin purse. The ser- check room service, shaving The .Army plans to buy 900 Actual construction of the State and local governments

geant is allergic to, of all things, equipment, writing desks and medium tanks for $100 million, local segment of Project Dumbo received a total of $3,148,600,000
money- stationery. it has been announced. started during the third week of in federal aid last year