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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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June 27, 1957


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Double Retirement Ceremony, Command Change Set Friday I !


Unique In the annuals of Jacksonville place, with Rear Adm. Wendell manding officer in the meantime. blage of officers and men of units I Both admirals: will be extendedfull

Naval history will beth I G. Switzer relieving Admiral I I Beginning promptly at 0830,I! attached to the Station; com. honors. On completion of
joint retirement ceremonyat Cornwell, who plans to retireto the double ceremony will be divided 'manding officers of fleet units : farewell remarks by Adm. Corn-

the Station parade ground Norfolk, Va. with the '!I based at NAS 1 well and the reading of his orders

tomorrow of two top-ranking of : after 35 years I first lectiondevoted ,i !Cecil Field, he will receive a 13-gut t '
fleers Rear Adm. S.I I ;/ \ I salute. Immediately thereafter,
Delbert service.A to J ., NAS Key West
Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air relief for honors and addresses and NAAS :. Adm. Switzer will read his orders -
Jacksonville and Commander of the whereupon he and Adm.
Capt. Harris : 4.w Glynco; com
Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis- has not yet two admirals. ,.f ) .r'..:...:. manding officers s- Cornwell will depart.
trict, and Capt. William S. Harris, been appointed. Arriving with- : :' ) :} of fleet air i The final part of the ceremonywill

commanding officer of Naval Air : Comdr. Robert 1 in five minutes !'J.t. units, and be devoted to the retirement

Station Jacksonville. H. Smith,, executive of each other, :9ji: siting VI-I of Capt. Harris, who retires after

AT THE SAME time a change I I officer, they will face a .1 and 30 years service. After he read:

.of command ceremony will take j I will be comAdm.. Cornwell I I formal assemAdm..Switzer .guests Capt. Harris (Please turn to Pace 8, Col. 1)

Last Tour Is

Notable One, Jf-X)

;Says SkipperCapt. ...--

William S, Harris,
commanding officer of NAS I VOL-15, No. 12 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville, Ha. 27 June 1957

Jax who reads his final orders I -

tomorrow active duty retiring in the him service from 99 Receive Six Complete}

which has claimed his loyal

support for CO years, makes Rate HilesDuring Internship At
known his affection for the :

Station whose interests he Hospital Here:
a special ceremony held
had supported and whose affairs -
he has administered for at 0930 Friday, June 14, in frontof
t NAS Administration Building, Certificates, wives, cakes and
nearly, two
some 99 NAS Jax enlisted personnel coffee plus one bright-eyed
"The spirit of all our people, received certi/'cates' of advancement little boy named Alan, son of Lt.
both military and civilian, has
to the next higher and :Mrs. Gerald Faulkner -
contributed greatly toward make blended in
happily a graduation
ing my last tour of duty in the rate.The celebration for six interns completing
certificates were presentedby L
Navy a memorable one, he has work Naval
a year's at
William S. Harris
Captain ,
said. "I am most appreciative of Jacksonville this week.
NAS commanding officer, follow Hospital
their help, cooperation and '
port in all that I have undertakenhere ing a short address to the assembled + k The affair took place Tuesday
personnel.OF morning in the office of Capt.! -
and in all sincerity I wish
Benjamin N. Ahl!, commanding
each and every individual success THE ENTIRE group only
and good health in the years to two made chief. The new E-7s officer of the Hospital.

come." are Sylvester Burch, Jr.,*:MACA, CAPT. AHL WAS particularly
CAPTAIN HARRIS arrived and Franklin Jones, ACCA. pleased that four of the six interns -

here from duty as Chief of Staff Others who were advanced in are remaining with the
to Commander Carrier Division rate included: Lois Abrams from Navy, while the other two will

One just in time to participate in TE3 to TERM)2( ) ; Jerry Anderson T :$ J carry Reserve status. Facing h
the city-wide celebration of the ETNSN to ETN3; Johnnie three-year residency as newly
_..._ _._. .._ commissioned lieutenants in the
Please turn to -- -
( Page 8, Col. 4)) Baker, ADAN to ADR3; Caryel ----- -
Barret, BT2 to BT1; Albert Bar- I MASS PROMOTIONS A mass promotional ceremony was Navy Medical Corps are Gerald
tek, SKGSN to SKG3; Vincent held in front of the NAS Jax Administration Building last Fridayat Dale Faulkner, ordered to Naval
Air News Marion which time promotion certificates were presented to 99 enlisted Hospital, Bethesda, Md.; Warren
EarlJ"Next Baucco, AGAN to AG3;
William S. Harris NAS Jax
personnel. Capt. commandingofficer Jeffrey Jones Jr., ordered to Naval -
Beaudrot, AT2 to ATI; Eugene presented the: certificates following a brief address. litre
Week Boland, AG3 to AG2; Joseph Capt. Harris is shown congratulating Sylvester Burch, Hospital, St. Albans, Long

Contributing units are advised Bramble, AMAN to AMS3; Oliver of two who made chief. Island, N.Y.; Roy Sidney While,
ordered to Naval Oakland
Hospital, -
to all and Brcnton, AN to ACT3; James
get pictures
in the Jax copy Air News- Briley, AN to AK3; John Buch- Six Uniform Get Calif.; and James Edward
Changes Butler, ordered to Jackson Memorial
earlier than usual this week. olz, IIM3 to HM2; David Bull, Miami.LJF.UTENANTS .
FN to ME3; James Capps, AN to Hospital,
Because of the
IndependenceDay ADRAN Hillard Carpenter, AN Tommy Edward : -
holiday, July 4, the Jax ; From SecNavSeveral Hall and Lehman N. Ster-
Air News will be to AMSAN";; John Carter Jr., AE3to Approval
Wednesday, July 3. published AE2, and John Cartwright, (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))

ADAN to ADR3. uniform have been the
All should be in new changes approved by Navy,
copy by JOHN CELL, ATAN to ATR3; foremost of which is the okay to wear shoulder tabs for all mem- Fere's News Close
noon Monday, pictures
J. C. Chumbley, CD3 to CD2; bers of aircraft squadrons, below E-7.
must be in by Friday To Sailor's Heart
(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)
The new order is one of six ly it was an optional uniform Pay day is always an important -
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,... .. uniform made and article.A .
changes approved day in the life of a

on recommendation of new parade uniform for Navy man. If you are worried
:: future days and like
the Permanent Uniform Board. members of the Navy. Band con-
to look ahead, here's a list of
I sisting of a gold colored single-
SECOND OF the changes when they will be. Plan your
creates a specialty mark for the breasted coat, waist belt and budget to fit them!

{.,;':../," new nuclear weapons man rating.It shoulder marks; dark blue trou- Regular pay days for both
shows a falling bomb with two sers with gold stripes; and com enlisted and officer personnelwill

electrons revolving about it. bination cap with gold colored be: July 1 and 15; August

Sailors won't be wearing the band and black patent leather 1, 15 and 30; September 16;

w. ; rating badge, however, until chin strap. I October 1 and 15; November
I \ : : early 1958. OFFICERS awarded degrees I 1 and 15; and December 2, 16

a. Here are other uniform changes higher than the bachelor of arts and 31.
: okayed by the Navy Secretary: or sciences level may carry the Straggler's pay days will be
the first working day after
'. THE WIIITE scarf is now part appropriate academic hood over I
M. regular day.
of an officer's uniform; previous (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 3) pay

; t ,, VS)4 I Phones Buzzing At Enlisted Housing Area \ I

After long years of struggle, plan as that still in effect for of- storing telephone service to the

the Station's enlisted housingarea ficers whose lines are connected housing area and adding it to

SS has finally caught up and with a Navy-owned cable. Dewey Park. Public Works then

private telephones are now available WHEN BUDGETARY prob- seized the ball, sending a request

to those who want them. lems Interfered with this procedure i to the Sixth Naval District to prepare

PHONES GET WORKOUT Carol Hebe, 11, (left) and Jean Except for a brief period during in the enlisted area, tele- an easement which, when
Falrfull, 11, are proficient In the normal Indoor sport of teen agers
everywhere talking over the telephone to favored friends. Although WWII, the area has been de- phones there went out of exis- approved by the Navy Bureau of
the telephone has been Installed only a month, It has gotten prived of this privilege. Back tence. Yards and Docks, would permitthe
a good workout by members of the Ilelse family in the Enlisted around 1943 telephones in the Then a few years ago the Communications telephone company to go in
Housing Area, "especially by me," Miss Hebe asserts. Her parent
to the Dewey Park area with a
are Carl Helse, AOC, and Mrs. Hebe while Jean H the daughter of area were connected to a com Department of the
W. T. Falrfull, MMI, and Mrs Fairfnll. pany-owned: cable on the same Station initiated a plan for re- (Please torn to rat 9, C,l, 5)


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Pago 2 JAX AIR June 1957

Free Chicago Tribunes $10,000 Dual Pay Limit Eased

J11K ; Go To thousand ServicemenSeveral sixmonthgift By Controller General's Ruling I

subscriptions to the Chicago The $10,000( dual pay limit was abolished for most classes of retired .
fubttehed Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
this week according to In
Stal .. Jacksonville. Florida. Tribune are available to Reserve officers a story Navy Times.-..
NAS" "...d..tlilept. The Controller General ex
(' William S. Harris .., Commanding Officer servicemen, the newspaper has cision applies most directly
Cu tdr. Robert 1L Smith Execvllve Officer announced.The tended the "Tanner" exemption to
Fleet Air J......,We those Reserve officers who have
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwtll ._ Commander subscriptions, sponsoredby which up to now has applied onlyto retired for disability; under Title
Capt. 3. S. S arcy. Jr.Papt. Chief of Stall
Fleet AU Wl" Ekvea Chicago businessmen may a limited number of Title III II of Public Law 810 (Army and

Sidney S. Lawrence Commander be obtained by writing to include those re- Air Force 20-year active duty .
Comdr. T. S. WhlU Chief of Staff reservists, to reserve
Naval Air Tecbakal Tralalar. Center Thomas A. Dixon, Assistant tired under other laws. retirement), and finder the
Capt. Chart L. Moore, Jr. Commanding OfficerCu.udr. Circulation Manager, Chicago Navy's equivalent 20-year .
Wilfred 1C. hunan Executive Officer TUB EXEMPTION, however is retirement
Tribune 435 N. Michigan Ave., and the Naval Reserve
Naval 1IM 4UI limited to officers who continueto
Capt. Benjamin N. AM Commanding Officer Chicago 11. Ill Act of 1935.Virtually.
CayU Marry Shupp ___ __ Executive Officer hare Reserve commissionedstatus
NABTV Requests should contain rank in retirement. I all retired Navy Reserve -
Cap Normal O. Anderson Commanding. Officer rate and service number. officers with exception
Cumdr. William E. Hardy ? Executive.! Officer Legal experts say the new de- ] of
some who come under Title III,
The JAX AIR NEWS It published at the U. S. Naval Air Station, PL 810 retain
Florida and printed commercially with non appropriated fund commissions
ut no expense to the government and In eomplUace with NAVEXOSJacksonville. : P-36, Itev. A FEW OF the latter, who have
Nov. 1945. OotvlfS are distributed free of chance at th* Naval Air Station, the
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the the pay but not the continuing
U. S. Naval Htwpttal.
Reserve status, are still
Service Information Officer I.t. Dart Beesley outside
Managing Editor Andrew IL Plaaey the exemption.The .

Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Suttoa; Jack major issue is whether un.
Holmt-s, Pill; Lynn Weldman JO3; John 1111 JOSN; lien Sylar. SA-: der the
1'hyllU Fletcher; Staff Photographer James Moore F113. new ruling Reserve offi.

The JAX AIR NEWS U a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service cers may continue to keep goV-
AFP3 material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. RpDnbllcatlon of other ernment job pay and retired pay
matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of in excess of $10,000.
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. -
editorial offices located; Main Administration Building. Phone extension The Controller thus told the-

8346. 3l< or 8164.___ services to go ahead and pay full

Take Some With You I retired pay to' those going out

i under any law, providing thev

I still have Reserve status.

Use Common Sense On 11i .

Your Summer Vacation ,P/\\J/ E

". The skies are blue and the trees ore preen, ;SER / SSI

"And long for a long vacation."
So wrote poet Edwin Meade Robinson. And the longing for a I

vacation though it's usually only two weeks "long" is one I All Saints' Chapel

many persons will satisfy during summer months. :: Sunday; June 39

How safely they'll vacation iir 0930 Sunday School, three'
following these rules:
,depends on whether they take, i year-olds through adults, Bldg
1. CHECK YOUR car's brakes,
along a little common sense with 722; Service of Divine Worship.
lights and other mechanical
the suntan lotion and the insect : I Chaplain Fulton.
features and start vacationon
repellant. ........ 1100 Service of Divine Worship .
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the right foot. which is a I
IF VACATIONERS play safely, light foot on the gas pedaL HONORED WITH INSPECTION Capt. James*J. McKinstry, Chaplain Davis.
they'll probably send scads of (left foreground) NAS Jax Supply Officer who retires this week 1900 United Fellowship of
2. Slow down in bad weather after 30 Naval Service of the I Protestants 804.
"wish-you-w ere -her e" cards years inspects military personnel Bldg.
home. If they don't they'll prob- on bad roads in heavy traffic or Supply Department, who planned the ceremony in his honor. The Monday July 1
if visibility is poor. formal inspection was held last Friday in Building 11*. Following i ,
ably do their writing propped'up the inspection, a :-eandle eake was cut by Capt. and Mrs. Me 1930 Singspiration, Chap
in a hospital bed. 3. Don't swim alone too far or Kinstry. lie and his family plan to settle in Oakland, Calif. Iain's Office NATTCenter.
after dark. Know the water's
Traveling fishing, swimming, depth. Deeply Honored Thursday June 27

boating, cooking outdoors or 1915 All Saints' Chapel
working around a house all 4. Rest after eating. Take sun Choir Rehearsal.

be hazardous. bathing a little at a time Rendered
can Capt. McKinstry St. Edward's Chapel
better pale than parboiled.
Vacationers can make merry Schedule of Masses

their two weeks off or they i 5. WATCH OUT for fish hooks. Tribute Sunday JUDe 30
By Supply Dept.
can make mishaps. "Have a good I 6. Select boats carefully. Ob- 0630 Naval Hospital.

time," safety experts say, but I serve standard boat safety rules 0800, 0900, 1000 St. Edward"

plan safety into your vacation by no standing, overloading or "I am deeply honored" said Capt. James J. McKinstry, ChapeL

horseplay. Stay with your boat if Supply Officer at NAS Jax since July 1955, on completion of Daily

it overturns. final formal inspection of Supply Corps military personnel 0630 St. Edward's Chapel.

ItmJThul'5Cla1 Some items vacationers often conferred upon him as a farewell gesture before his re- Confessions:

forget include: tirement this week. 1830-2000 St. Edward's. Sat-

1. Clothing. Select it properly. Arrayed in spanking white urdays.

Mainside Unconquered, June 21 2. Water. If its purity's in dress uniforms, with officers ACCOMPANIED BY Comdr. 1830-2000 St. Edward's, Eves

doubt boil it. Leon C. Corvcll Jr of first Fridays.
,(color drama) with Gary Cooper 3. Fires. Keep them small and wearing swords, military mem- assistant Baptisms:

and Paulette Goddard. (One guarded. bers of the Supply Department Supply Officer, Capt. McKinstrymade
Sundays after 1000 Mass.
show at 1900). Vacations'can be fun or formed double ranks on the con- his final inspection culmi- e ..

NATTCenter Wetbacks glum depending on you. crete deck of Building 110. nating 30 years of service in the Hurricane Hinlers

(color drama) with Nancy Gates Navy. Then standing before his

and Lloyd Bridges. Also Mill Do 'CROSSWORD PUZZLE troops, he spoke crisply of the After First StormThe

Mousework. rituals and traditions of "this'
famed Hurricane Huntersof
Hospital Song Of The South 1* I. Ie t 1 grand service this
ACAOSt grand organi- V-4 began the first of their
(color musical) with Uncle Re l-8pM. .., zation thanking them for the 1957 hurricane reconnaissance

mus. Also Sardinia. 7 Crown tribute paid him.
'- ... '" 1 : .,- flights Tuesday at 0500 when a
Friday, June 28 3ifou.mot n-ph Later officers and guests as- P2V Neptune piloted by Comdr.
Mainside Big Land (color It:KU4 a! rMM sembled in the conference room
1* Depend John A. Cork took off from NAS
western) with Alan Ladd and It 1s-4l.rteal- latM* degrie 1& fI J'f : : II of the department for orange Jax to investigate a suspicious

Virginia Mayo.NATTCenter. (abbr.) juice and cake. The 30candledcake
is- .... ( 7 rI storm area reported in the Gulf
Unconqueredcolor o-8P\'OlIIett r\lf h', was cut by Capt. McKinstry, of Campeche.The .
M akin .... / JI assisted by Mrs.
irr h
McKinstry and
drama with /
( ) Gary Cooper !tub.erv.scypriaeM* V plane arrived in the area
and Paulette Goddard. (One showat : aUk .. j ,..- daughter Barbara using a long
2 J-Conjunction at 1100 and at 1300 the first hurricane -
,.... ... knife instead of his sword
1900.) .0-, pL't /- 7'/ t of the "Audrey,"
U-Box .. // he season
//1 said had been used
Hospital Wetbacks (color l8--Lingle: ,. II "., only once was announced by Weather Bu-
in such _
-m it of oak service to cut his wed-
drama) with Lloyd Bridges andNancy
-War godSiParcel reau advisory
.. ding cake.
.* fail .. 1'// "
Gates. Also Mill. Do M-Day window r// CAPT. MCKINSTRY Moving slowly northwesterly

Housework. -A,.itue.t. l .. I" It in Tennessee graduated grew from the up at 12 miles per hour the hurri-

tt-Emptayrf iiic cane was making its way across
Saturday June :29 Naval Academy Class '
:34- Coeur of 27, the the
Gull of Mexico toward
Mainside Night Passage :at-TIp f\ ......cwt. w..0.. .. ... served in the European, Asiatic-
(color drama) with James Stewart 4i 4r-Uncwll 1ronous __ t -... Pacific and American theatres Louisiana-Texas coastline. After
and Audie Murphy. Also U.. I.tC""MIre4 trscke1. ,. b0 II-Ui-t.-..t. ..... trade during WWII. For a brief keeping it under surveillance for
44.Babylonian.1' 1Ierkaaa: ft.-A. stale (abbr.IN. .\ period almost 12 hours the first P2V
Tree Medic. scd 2iButal -.. in 1943 he was assistant
-Vr.A.a: : act t1-Animal akin J1-SMeh' t supply relieved P2V at
t44-west by
\ NATTCenter Big Land .1-...... y tUft with tovar II-)(eastern 44-Obe.e \ officer here. When he and his
47-Ur. lll a ... soil !*-Spy. VP II !n-Wrttlnlr family leave about 1600 on Tuesday.
(color western) with Alan Ladd Every JJ-S t naset here this time, it .
and Virginia Mayo. -NuStlj\. \. t r1'U" .. .n-Es.... cta.t.1t Inll. will be to make their
s.-V.... taW.JHIaa leads permanent Recently a thief who had been
f.r fEIec'trULe4mUlbftorJ"t It-xUU;'. home in Oakland, Calif.
Hospital Unconqueredcolor $2-Prepared >>artld.Colored burglarizing many homes was
( drama) with Gary Cooper 33-..dP"Dta sI t-I..lalll land -CtaM ., birds His replacement, who was apprehended and brought to
gifts 4I1TIa -R.UDta'rld .-.. c scheduled to arrive
and Paulette Goddard. yester- court."Don't.
l 1 e L.Tab day will be
DOWNt,0I'A. y ". > Capt. Kenneth
Kiddie Matinee Jaguar (dra- fab"r.) !rMtpoMeii ,. you know that crime
ma) starring Sabu and Chiquita. '..-.... .*?t*. 1 ]t.r0 ;.... $$-W"" ",t Wheeler the who has been attending' does not pay?" asked the judge.

Also Zipping Along.. Answers oa Pare S,C.I. 5) R. J.Naval War College, Newport) ,! -I know,* replied the thief,

"but the hours are goodrI : .


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27 June 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


r Magazine Derides Navy System Of ,1


Selecting Class 'A' School StudentsThe 'I

Navy's system of selecting were drawn, according to The so critical that stations have "

0\ candidates for Class A' Navy Times.A been forced to hire civilians to HERE AND THERE :

schools was derided- and a call "general degeneration" in repair their equipment.The Daffynishions: }

,I for the return to the old the ability of technicians to solution suggested by Acoustic: What you use when

"striker system" was asked for perform any but the simplest the article is a return of a you shoot pool

in the magazine U. S. Naval tasks and a growing lack of modification of the old "striker -
firzician. .
Sodajerk: A
Institute Proceedin pride in a job well done were system." This would allow '
yt Tomahawk: That which if you
The article was aimed at the among the situations deploredin only the most qualified men .
to sleep suddenly and wake up
With TheToastmasters caliber of technical personnelnow the article. to go to schools after they had Co
without hair there is an
serving in the Navy. Sev- The article pointed out that spent at least six months in your ,
Indian with.
eral unfavorable conclusions in some areas the situation is "on-the-job" training. .

Once there were three men
The Mar-Nav Easy 7 Club No. riding in an airplane. Unfortunately -
Controller Clears
2280 held an evening meeting .r one fell out. Fortun-
last Thursday in the CPO Club.
ately, there was a haystack below
Toastmaster for Snarls In
the meetingwas Re-Up
him. Unfortunately, there was u
area governor, Bob Larson. _
pitchfork in the haystack. Fortunately -
Speakers were George. Foster, BONKS PaymentsA he missed the pitchfork.
who spoke on "Safety First" Bill
Unfortunately, he missed the
Blackburn on "Harm in x !
Repeating -
loophole in the law by whicha haystack.
j Rumors and Gossip"; Ed .
collect live rate
man can: top
Sweeney and J his ice-breaker _
there's the
re-enlistment bonuses has been Then efficiency expert -
speech, and Tony Cocco M Mitt
revealed by no less an authoritythan who waits for a foursome
"CPO Club Functions and Operative the Controller GeneraL before he goes through a revolving -
Procedures." :

A highlight of the meeting was The simple method is for the t door. .

the installation of "Mac McLeodof man to enlist and re-enlist once Throe cellmates in Commu-
in the Army, Navy, Air Force a
AE School NATTCcntcr ir
as a nist prison were talking about
Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
new member.
why they were there. The first
The law the Controller is
General evaluator
for the
one said, "I was accused of absenteeism -
not too specific about whether re-
meeting was Phil McCready. for being late to work."
enlistments must be in the
Tony Cocco was voted the best same The second said, "I came to
speaker of the week. service to count. work early and was accused of

o Another of the Controller's decisions gLilCOMMENDATIONS being a spy." 0

Navy Civilian Toastmasters of interest to Army and The third man looked up from

will try something different for Marine Corps personnel, is that his cot and said: "I came to work

their next meeting Tuesday; July an ex-enlisted officer who reenlists y-- "' .." ""'" on time and theaccu me of '

2. and goes to higher pay ,gradeon PRESENTED Sift James Dear, S/Sgt. buying an American watch." .
Members will the same day shall get a bonus Calvin Waters and M/Stt Joseph Polak (left to right) are pre- .
gather at the sented letters of commendation from the commanding officer, NAS
home of club member Ernie New- calculated on the higher pay. Jar, by Lt. Col. E. G. Mcintyre commanding officer of Marine A bum asked a man for a handout -
berg 5716 Seaboard Ave off Both Army and Marine Corps Aviation Detachment The NATTCenUr Marines received the .

Timuquana, in their first outdoor enlist ex-officers in one grade letters for outstanding performance of duty while on temporary 'If I give you money, you'd
asadrnraeat with the NAS Jax brig guard.
barbecue-meeting. The committeein and immediately advance themto probably buy whiskey," said the

charge of the program will a higher one, making/ the man.

notify each member of the details transaction, for bonus purposes, Re-Up Contemplators Can Get t "No," uttered the tramp "I

for the event. a' re-enlistment in the higher never took a drink in my life.

Tuesday's session, with Jay grade. How about smoking}" asked
Ellis as toastmaster, featured Advance Examination ScoresSailors the man.

three speakers. Dill Glasgow de- Industrial Medical\ "I don't smoke: either," said the
livered his icebreaker; George and Marines, whose decision to reenlist depends on bum.
knowing the results of promotion exams, can get the advance word
Hyde spoke on "Dignity of Officer Departs 'Then I suppose you got this'
from Washington relates a recent Navy Times article.
Labor"; and Ernie Newberg of- way from ,gambling

fered a discourse on "Young Men Capt. Rcxcl Goodman industrial The information to be furnished reenlistment can get the advance "No, sir, I never gambled 'in"

Will Cross-fire." II medical officer, NAS Jax pertains' to exam scores I scoop on their results from the my life."

Master Evaluator Don Moran Medical Department, left this only. I nearest Navy or Marine recruiting "Well, how about coming home
headed a panel of head shrinkers, week to assume new duty as That will be pretty definite office. to inner with me then?"

including Rod Pinney, and Andy senior medical officer, Naval Am- word for those in rates in which ---- S.. Tears showed in the unfortun .

Planey. Jim Leggett was topic munition Depot, McAlester, Okla. all test passes, subject to CO's: atcs eyes, and he sobbed as he inquired -

master. He had been based here for the approval are promoted.It I New Test Series "Why would you take a

past three years. wont be as definite for thosein I dirty, ragged, unshaven tramp

Acting president Casey Jones Dr. Thomas:: Stanley, civilian rates in which only a part are: Set For like me into your home?"

presided over the latest meetingof doctor employed by the Medical promoted. I Navy'sJet 'That's easy," said the man,

Navy Jax Toastmasters and Department, took over Capt.] Requests for early promotion "['d take you home to show my

it was decided that meetings will Goodman's duties temporarily on examination results must be forwarded I SeaplaneThe wife what a bad shape a man can

henceforth be held at 1830 each Monday of this week. Previouslyhe via the individual's commanding get into when he has no bad

Thursday, doing away with the had been serving/ in the out- officer, to the Chic of world's first jet-powered habits."

alternate noon-evening meetings patient's clinic at the Dispensary., Naval Personnel. seaplane, the Navy P6M Sea-

previously slated.Toastmastcr A Naval replacement for Capt. I Marines however, should sub- master, will take to the air this I

Rudy Branum Introduced Goodman will be announced at a'' mit direct inquiries to the Commandant fall in a new series of tests being J NX Wages War

three speakers at last later date.Daffynishions. 1 of the Marine Corps. scheduled by the Navy and the

Thursday's meeting. Ray Mullen --S4* Discharged men contemplating plane's builder, the Martin Air On Summer Heal

spoke on "War and Peace"; Bill : craft Company. One of the best places aboard
Ashtrays: Decorative gadgets' A sailed Plans to continue testing of the
Ban-on, "Your Navy Pay"; and Navy yeoman recently NAS Jax this summer for those
Dave Becsley, "The Hands of used to cover up the burned off with the $500 first prize in revolutionary aircraft were made who want to beat the heat will
places on the furniture. in spite of the loss of two earlier ,
Handley. Vince Anania was top- I the enlisted category of the annual be in the various shops and

ic master. Indistinct: That what's used to I Marine Corps Assn. Essay prototype Seamastcrs. The first restaurants operated by the
dirty dishes in. Contest. PCM was ]lost while flying over
Many members have received put Navy Exchange.A .
the mouth of the Potomac Riveron
orders, leaving active member- large air-conditioning proj-
December 7, 1955. This acci-
ships open. Any officer desiring ect was completed Monday
dent was attributed to a control
information as to the Toastmaster when the Retail Store in
malfunction.The .
organization or wishing to join second Seamaster went out Building 27, got its tempera-
this club is cordially invited to ture lowered
joining a num-
of control in flight on November
contact any member and attendone ber of shops in Building 3, the
9. The crew parachuted to safety.
of the Thursday night meet-
Evidence restaurant there, and snack
revealed that the two
ings. accidents bars located in the golf shack
were from separate
-- 5 and the jet overhaul facility in

Williams Graduates On causes.Six "evaluation" P6M-l Sea- Building 200.Installation.

Top At AK School F masters, which like earlier models of the units

Howard Williams,. AKAN, of t'w4, /1 Y will be powered by four Allison which are package type move-
able units ranging from 15 tons
Rocky Mount, N. C, was the ( 3 J-71 turbojet engines with take- /
to one ton, has been proceeding
thonorman of last week"! 'graduation _ off afterburners, are now under
since last
class at Aviation Storekeeper production. The first of these is
School Class A at NATTCenter. expected to begin tests this fall. equipment was purchased: by
the Navy Ships' Store Office,
Williams, who entered the Tooling is also underway for
Brooklyn N.Y., but installa-
Navy in June 1956, will reportto more than a score of operational
A-PLANK PREVIEW Here, generally, is what the uclear- tion costs were paid for from
the USS Lake Champlain. powered airplane may look like when it is built for the Air Force, Seamasters which are expected to local Exchange profits.

according to Lockheed Aircraft Corp. officials. Drawing at top start completion in 195*. The air-conditioned shops in
Draftee: 1>o you think they'll shows the power plant inside the fuselage Instead of om the "wines. The Seamaster which can operate -
send me overseas Doc?" The wings will be thia and clean. Drawing below, a side view, with the seas as her run- Building 3 are cobbler, watch
shows the crew compartment far removed from the atomic reactor. repair, uniform and tailor
Doctor: "Not unless we're In Lockheed is conducting. the preliminary design studies on nuclear way, is capable of speeds in ex- shops.
vaded." aircraft. cess of 600-miles-per-hour.

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Page 4Quiet -

' \:'.:. : fi }{ : Cub Pack
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At C -

;I \ Atmosphere Prevails Lists Outdoor-

pn (.' K;
Mainside Enlisted LoungeEveryone .>'
: .i. .... 'Pack Meeting

I likes to have a place they can go to escape the NAS Jax-sponsored Cub Pack O

cares of life, a quiet spot, a sort of lair, where peace reigns 131 will hold its regular momhK

and a man's companion is his happy thoughts.The pack meeting at the Skeet Club
Mainside Enlisted Men'sLounge
are available there, also many Sunday at 1400.
is such a place for many
games, like chess, scrabble, cards Parents should bring lumhp
and aboard
servicemen women y y for their families. Barbecue
NAS Jax. etc.A 4
feature of the Lounge is the < a will be available for cooking.
THE LOUNGE, located in the
color TV set located in an air- Pack will furnish soft drink-
south wing of Building 955, is a
conditioned room. Also availableis for all and cakes and cookies will
facility maintained by Special
a high-fi record player, piano be supplied by dens five ana
for that
Services and supervised
t and radio. six.
department by Mrs. Paul Lanier.
r PARTIES, banquets, shower, Monthly theme of "Cub Soom
'A place of real comfort, the
wedding receptions and many Archaeologists" will be cal'l'Icoout
Mainside Lounge is designed forthe
relaxation of enlisted other functions have been held atthe at the meeting. Dens thru
Lounge since its inception.A and four will put on skits chi
nel. During the twelve years of
operation, thousands of men and taste of home can be foundat ......- dens one and two will condu
women and their guests from all the :Mainside Lounge. Civilian flag ceremonies.

parts of the world have enjoyedthe clothes and uniform of the dayIs :.' There are vacancies existing:: .m
facilities offered. the accepted dress, dungarees both the Station and Dewey Park
.... x.w J
not allowed. dens. Boys and parents can
"I never knew such a wonderful apply
is Tuesday LATEST IN HI-FI The Malnslde Lounge offers the for membership to M/Sgt, '
The Lounge open
the base is
place existed: on music enjoyment And, too, personnel may store
a remark commonly made by through Saturday from 1000 to in their high-fidelity own personal records In special lockers Provided\, for this West, 1222B Hancock St.

many people upon a first visit to 2100 and Sundays and holidays, purpose. Enjoying their favorite concert are (left to right) Fred Age limit for boys is 8-11 J

the Lounge.A 1400 to 2100. It's closed Mondays. Cheatham, ; Rossetto, SN, and. Jim Fischer....,.,...,SN................. ..... .... ........ .....-..,..
.. ... .. r.:"+>"' ..
SAILOR will find there a ,, *__ a .w- .', ) ., .".<; '11M
place to write letters, study, or > IS' "t.. '",.

perhaps, if he's bent in that direction \ .."<,,.

do a bit of sketching or I ,...,. ., .. .. .....
1J ' ''
painting.The J \
latest current periodical \ k"t.i'"n':: : ...
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Research Group '1 .


Goal Is Better '.. ".: .

y .. ,ra
Chow On ShipsA I n

Naval research group, organized -

in 1949, has been study- !

ing the problems of food handling

aboard ships and has come up .

with some interesting results.A .

great number of problemsmust

be solved as a result of the r h ,eS

:survey. For example, the man on
lookout in arctic climes will not Fes ,

want the same thing for chowas

the man in the engineeringspaces.

: .
Also to be considered arc the --- --

problems of deep-frying foods or NICE PLACE TO ENTERTAIN This bridge party is taking A BRAHMS RHAPSODY, MAYBE? Hector Betanrouri.
baking while the ship is in advantage of only one of the many games available at the EM- SN, seated and W. I. Rupp, SA, relax at the piano at the Mainside
motion.As Malnside Lounge. Players are, (left to right, clockwise) Donald Enlisted Men's Lounge. The elegant furnishings and refined atmosphere
Marks, SN; Candice Whitney and Edwin, SA, and Mrs. Kinda: of the Lounge are conducive to the appreciation of the art
Navy ships increase their Interested onlooker is Elbert Fort, SN. and a haven for those who just like a quiet place to relax. .
rapacity to stay at sea for long u
periods of timenew ways haveto cated in rear of Building 705 j.for j.

be found to extend the storage Salk Polio Vaccine Shortage the use of E-7's, their do

life of foods. pendents and guests; officei-

'Some of the more notable im- their dependents and guests and
Forces Use Of
provements suggested! will be Priority SetupThe Waves. Nb other individuals are
steam kettles bracketed directlyto
the bulkhead without support- Armed Forces have set iccive i up three special: categories to reo authorized to use the pool. All

ing legs or steam pipes. Grills installed Salk vaccine in an effort t i I cope with 'an expected summer- guests must be accompanied to
on the serving line will long shortage. This Saturday evening, the the pool E-7, his dependents -
cro Club will feature a swim- his
permit service to the crew direct Emergency supply l'equisition1ing or by an officer and/or
IS and 20 both and ming party and dance on the patio No male personnel
from the grills to the mess trays. methods have been put into dependents dependent.
of the club from 2000 until bona
military E-7 are
A refrigerated dessert and salad effect to insure adequate amounts personnel. 2400. On below pay grade
Sunday musical
evening a not authorized -
3. All others. fide guests and are
counter and automatice cup dis- of the polio preventive for preg- trio
play the Harris
penser for coffee at the end of nant women and for younger and TilE SERVICES emphasized Room from 1900 until 2200. use of the pool as guests 01

'the serving line will provide other more susceptible person, the that this classification does not otherwise.The .
features adding to the Navy's services said. reinstate any strict age prioritiesin I The club features each Sunday patio of the club, including

"new look." the field use of the vaccine a family special dinner at only the club furniture, patio snack
TilE THREE categories arc: $1.00 for adults and $.60 for chil- the
---- but urges that greatest effort be bar, and all other
Charles H Parks became the 1. Children under 15 years old made to vaccinate mothers-to-be dren. A typical Sunday cold plate club are for the exclusive use of
and pregnant women. dinner includes ham, roast beef, and
Navy's first commissioned Catholic and younger persons first. E-7s, their dependents

chaplain April 30, 1088. 2. Persons between the ages of Supply depots have been instructed bologna, cheese; potato salad, guests. Showers, rest rooms and
baked beans, and ice tea or cof dressing facilities for other user
to distribute the Salk

I: If Yon Have Orders To Washington, vaccine meet the becoming worldwide available needs to of fee.Another typical Sunday hot of special the services pool are buildings located in on the the

plate dinner includes baked ham, south side of the swimming peril)
category one before filling the
; Or Overseas, Here's Helpful InfoHave needs of category two. salad, candied sweet potatoes, .
choice of two vegetables, hot
orders to the Washing The same group is ready to TilE LAST group will receive rolls, coffee or ice tea. Diners can Iverson, Gump Tied
ton, D. C. area? answer your questions on almost the vaccine only after the other choose either the hot
or cold
If so, a group of volunteer any American military groups are inoculated. plate special each Sunday. For AE Top HonorsDelmar
; service wives stand ready to base in the world. Group three personnel who
Patrons visiting the club or Iverson, AEIAN, of
help you with every problemthe For information on family have received one or two of the who John
are using the Pfc.
swimmingpool Carpenter, S.D.,
Capital City might present. in the world
living anywhere three shots necessary for im- shared
or the patio Pa.
are requested Gump of Pine Bank, ,
Organized by an Army wife send a self-addressed, stamped munity may have to wait beyondthe to
park their cars across the top honors in last week's gradu-
in 1949, the more than 600 envelope to: normal time limit for their
street from the club or in rear ation at Aviation Electrician'
Army, Navy, Air Force and Armed Forces Hostess Association final injection if the shortage of building 700. Parking spaces Mate School "Class A at NATT-
Marine Corps wives of the
continues. (AFPS)
in front of
Building 700 and in Center.
Armed Forces Hostess Associa- .
Room 1B789 rear of Building 701 Navyin
on" are reserved Iverson, who entered the
tion answer questions
from housing to The Pentagon Ensign William Newton was for the occupants of those build- July 1956, will be transferredto
everything named the outstanding Naval ings. No parking is ,
permitted between Island while Gump
25 D.C. or Whidbey
Washington -
and will be
baby sitting,
Aviation Cadet of 1956 at the Na-
Building 700 and in
LI 5-6700, extension ex- who joined the Marine Corps
do phone
than happy to so.
tionai Convention of the American for
cept the
management and club August 1956 will report to
73180 if in the Wash-
Or are you expecting duty you
Colonists recently in Wa h- officials. 2nd Marine Air Wing at Cherry

overseas? ington area. infton, D. C. The club's swimming; pool lo. Point, N.C.


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27 June 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Up The VP-16 AircraftOn

LADDERWith \. Mercy Trip ,

CiviliansOn A P2V Neptune left NAS Jux
at 0600 the morning of June 19

the promotion roster effective headed on a mercy mission.

June 2, 3,15,16 and 17 were a tJ \ The VP-16 plane was dis-

37 employees, 17 from Overhauland ; t I, patched in answer to an urgent
\y request sent by the medical offi
Repair Department, 13 from cer of'the USS Chilton, out to

Supply Department, two from a. __ ___ sea 300 miles east of Miami.A .
Public Works Department, and crew member of the Chilton

five from Miscellaneous. had contracted thrombo phlebitis -

Promoted at 0 &.R were Sam and his life was endangered.
2,200 milligrams of heparin was
uel Bozeman, helper electrician
needed immediately.
aircraft third step to aircraft
The Naval Hospital here pre-
electrical equipment installerfirst pared the supplies for deliveryand

step; Thomas Branch, helper \ Fasron 109 outfitted a con-

electrician aircraft second step to tainer for the air drop.

aircraft electrical equipment installer VP-18 took over from there.

first step; Jimmy Callo- _.......__.. _____ "m R..__.....__.._. .
way, helper electrician aircraft VIEW BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION Raymond Hurst, (left) Public Works employee explains The electronic bombingnavigation : -
third step to aircraft electrical his suggestion of the installation of governors on the Hough industrial tractor which eliminates damage system of a jet bomber
equipment installer first step; to rotator valve cups caused by excess engine speeds. He received $110 for his Idea. Left to right weighs 1,457 poundsalmosttwice
Morris Ellison, guard GS-3 to are Hurst; Edgar Santlmaw, auto mechanic; Willie Dauphin, transportation foreman; Capt. Ira N. the 750 pounds the Wrightbrothers'
helper aircraft mechanic ord- Curtis, Public Works Officer, and James Fletcher, auto mechanic, Santimaw and Fletcher also received -
plane weighed.
cash awards for beneficial suggestions.
nance first step; Jacob Fortney,
head toolroom attendant third

step to aircraft mechanic general $6,320 Awarded EmployeesFor

third step; James Harper, helper
electrician aircraft third step to
aircraft electrical equipment installer Beneficial SuggestionsDuring

first step; Peter Hcnder-

son, helper electrician aircraft the first five months of 1957, some 175 Naval Air Station
second step to aircraft electrical employees have received a total of $6,320 in cash for beneficial
equipment installer first step. suggestions under the Station's Incentive Awards Program.

Boscoe Hyatt, helper electrician During the month of May, 50
aircraft second step to air- Lewis Williams and Stewart
employees, 40 of them from Over.
craft electrical equipment instal- haul and Repair Department, Conner shared $75; Langford

ler first step; Warren Lewis, supervisory were awarded a total of $2,045, Strunk, $20; Phillip Cassady, $70;

industrial engineer with the biggest single awards Howard Futch, $50; Carl Gibson,
GS-12 to supervisory industrial going to Gerald McKinley of
$10 and $20; Harvey Council Jr.,
engineer GS-13; Annie Manning, Supply and James Wood of 0 &
clerk-typist GS-2 to clerk-typist R. Each received a $200 check. $25; Mark Brazell and Schley
GS-3; Julius Ozorozy, production Davis shared $20; Atwood Carter
dispatcher third step to electro- and Schley Davis shared $75;
plater first step; Umber Pezzu- following O&R employees dur- Dimon Page, $20; James Wight,

la, head toolroom attendant third ing May: $15; William Savage, $20; Alfonso; \
:step to metalsmith aviation third William Cleaiman Jr, $20; Loci Alex, $10; Harry King, $20; John F
step; Isaac Simmons, helper elec- Judy, $20 and $10; Homer' Mc Knowlton Sr., $25.

t lucian aircraft third step to air- Kay, $20; Edgar Bucll, $50 Wal- JAMES GIBBS, $25; Raymond
craft electrical equipment instal- ter Fake, $60; Samuel Superior, Reinhardt, $10; Grady Finley, t
ler first'step. $130; Joseph Kinnag, $15; Helen $10; James Mack and Walter i

Jim Smith general third Olsen, $50 and $25; Harry Dau- Luciw, shared $10; Howard ;
step to aircraft mechanic rubber bert, $10; John Weaver, $25; Ed- Futch, $20; S. K. Sanders, $10; S
ward Weir, $10; Douglas Henderson and Katherine Davis $10 all of
first step; Charles Stockton, Jr., $25; Carl Gibson and Edward : Overhaul and Repair, Department _.. '._.. ." ..., .-...,.. ...
mechanical engineer GS-7 to me- Weir shared $20; Giori THIS IDEA WORTH $200 Capt. William Dunn (left) assistant -
chanical engineer GS-9; Robert I Cavallaro, $10 Carson Wilcox O&It officer, gels a first hand demonstration of a suggestion
Wilson, helper electrician aircraft ; Other departmental awards included which netted James Wood (right), of O&R $ZOO. Wood demonstrates -
and Fred Carr shared $00; Hans his universal which of small I
second step to aircraft electrical Lillie Meade, $35; Edith jig by pieces assemblies may
Wittman and J. E. Pearson KatherIne be held in proper position for welding. The clamping fixtures are
Houghtaling, $15
equipment installer first step; shared $25.STRIVING. ; adjustable so that practically any shape of small parts may be
Raymond Wirth, engineering Davis, $10, of Supply; Raymond positioned accurately. Center is Lynn Owens, leadlngman.
draftsman general GS-3 to en- Hurst and Joseph Hulbert shared --

gineering draftsman general $55, and Hurst also received I 4 Jax-Area
GS-4. $lJO; Edgar Santimaw, $75; and Monthly E-3 Tests
James Fletcher $55, all of Public
Advanced in Proving Popular
Supply Department Bases GoHollywood
Works; and in JJAS Administration -
were John Colvin,
A popular test-sounds contradictory
Department, Wilfred Shaw,
ment officer GS-10 to supervisory $15. At NATTCenter,

management analyst GS-11; Buster however, there is one test
Douse, laborer third step to which large numbers of naval
crap materials sorter first step; Dental personnel take willingly. Thisis Jam Handy Productions, muk-
George Dwelle, storage officer Family the examination for ad- ers of Navy films for many

GS-9 to supervisory general sup- vancement to airman and 'sea years, have been filming in-the-
ply officer GS-10; Barbara Fow- Needs Under man which is given monthly. air sequences for the beginningand
ler, property and supply clerk 0it Figures from the Informa-
the end of a new NavCad
GS-4 to supervisory property disposal DOD StudyThe tion and Education Office of
clerk GS-5; Ardelle Heck, the Center show that from feature-length film tentativelytitled .

fiscal accounting clerk GS-4 to ; Defense Department is Inquiring January to June, 1,235 people "Wings of Navy Gold.
supervisory fiscal accounting into the problems of den- took the advancement exam. The films were shot Wednesdayand
clerk GS-5; Thomas-Higginbo- tal attention for service depen- Of this number, 905 success- Thursday of last week at
I ham, Jr., freight traffic clerk dents in connection with medical fully passed and were ad- NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field, NAS
general: GS-4 to preservation and care under Public Law :5C9. vanced to pay grade E3. Marchwas Sanford and NAS Glynco:

packing inspector GS-5. Dr. Frank Berry, Assistant the busiest month with At Cecil, VA-34's A4D-1 Sky-
Advanced in Miscellaneouswere x Secretary of Defense (Health 295 taking the test and 227 be- hawks contributed some tight

Albert Betancourt, supervisory w and Medical), has initiated a ing advanced. diamond formation scenes to the

general supply officer GS- study of all aspects of dental production.Also .
10 Supply Dept to supervisory participating at Cecil were
treatment for military families as
storage specialist general GS-12 :f provided in the Dependents' Flag Rank SoughtFor VF-32's F8U Crusaders. VAH-9
Dept. of Defense household goods p' Medical Care Act. at Sanford and a group of A3D

field office; Mary Warbingtin, The law now authorizes medical Legal Officer from Glynco, Ga, also took partin
derk-typist GS-3 Administration I the filming
attention for the immediate The Navy has asked Congress
Dept. to clerk typing GS-4 Ad- Lcdr. 0. B. Puckett from Com-
dependents of servicemen in civilian for a Deputy Judge Advocate
ministration Dept.; Ethel Swiler, facilities but, except in ;. General with rear admiral (lower AirLant Staff assisted in pro.
secretary; stenography GS-5 Ad-
"remote" or overseas area,' pro- half) rank, according to a story ductioiv.
ministration .
Dept. to secretary .
vides for dental care only in con- in Navy Times.
stenography GS-6 AdministrationDept. At the of WWII,
nection with hospital treatment.A beginning
The Navy has Assistant
now an
; Frederick Davenport,
Italy was a poor country. Mussolini
committee formed by Dr. Judge Advocate General in cap-
accounting clerk GS-3 Adminis- H- I sent the following telegramto
tration aIrcraft --- Berry will study the dental pro- tain rank. It wants that title
Dept to apprentice --- Hitler SEND FOOD.
electrician 4th class Over- Peggy Hansen, visions of PL569 and make rec- changed to Deputy JAG with increased :
Florida Bliss ommendations which later may grade. Hitler responded with: TIGHTEN -
haul and Repair Dept:.and Clare a candidate In the
Etersque, statistical clerk GS-4 Universe contest at Miami, be proposed as legislation to Purpose of the bill is to pro- BELT.
O & R to statistical draftsman poses fetchingly failed with a to trophy. broaden benefits of the law, according vide flag rank for law officers i iI Mussolini answered; SEND
The publicists say
to a Defense official. to fhoot for BELT.r .
GS-5 for I I
Supply Dept I what the trophy was


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: Pago 0 JAX AIR NEWS 27 June 1957


:J' Cracker, Tomboys AFPS SPORTS

Here K w 1 ;L RoundupBusy
Tangle Sunday

if i as Day San Diego

A stellar Softball attraction is on Up for Station diamond devotees MCRD's William Dnnnun will

.'1 when the Jax Navy Crackerjax meet the Atlanta Tomboys, have a hard time forgetting last

one of the strongest semi-pro girls teams in the Southeast, Sunday May 15. Firing in the Marine

. at Enterprise Field Corps Western Division rifle and

Game time is not definite but pistol matches, he qualified as adistinguished
should be at approximately 1400. both games for the losers. Janet Marksman. He

THE CRACKERJAX are currently Mills was winning pitcher in barely made it to the hospital that

in a tie for second placein both tilts.Shirley. night for the advent of his fourth

Women's City League stand- Hanson doubled in the child and then he rememberedMay -

ings. The NAS Civilian Women's seventh inning of the first game IS was his birthday. He was

team is resting in the cellar, with for the only extra base knock 32.
two defeats in two games. for the Crackcrjax in the series. Grab flag All-America basketball -

The Waves triumphed in Eglin will be met again when player, Lennle Rosen-

league action last week, while Sax Navy travels to the West bluth enlisted in the Army Re. '

the Civilians were taking a 21-2! Florida site, July 13-14. A tripto .L1 .yr serves at Durham N. C. Don

licking at the hands of Pruden Charleston AFB is set for July \\ c ewcombe's 200th start as a Na-

tial. : 6-7. > ; tional League pitcher was not

Gulema Harrison and Ann auspicious. Big Don was beaten

Thorpe had three safeties apiecefor I Haler CRACKKIUAX O AH CArcns: )I! Pc/. 3-2 by the Braves, ending a stringof

NAS civilians. I Mldkm. uUI. 2 :3 2 .667 12 straight wins on the road.
... ... wt .. NVYav.
Siuatovlch. If 10 SJ 30 .622 YSS :W. A.-- h..S J .waa .wsn .Rash .q.
JUDY BOZMAN threw a no- Masters utI!. 1 2 1 MHradshaw 1% Hamilton AFB, Calif., volley.
hitter in the Waves victory, a I Cooper, Ib, c* 10 5 S5 Lt 17 6 .462,4$ LARRUPPING LASSIES The lax Navy Crackerjax hold allcrs, winners of the AF world-
24-2 decision over 'Y' Opportunity I Hicks D 10( 26 10( .3X5 high hopes for capturing the second half crown in the Women'sCity wide championship for five
Hanson, If 6 21 8 .381 League. Three reasons the Waves crew might do just that are con
House. Big gun at the plate' Illlaeit, r 4 31 11 ..355 the pretty trio captured by the camera's watchful eye Shirley secutive years, have been author-
Hudson 3h 10 29! 9 .110ohiumn.
for the Crackerjax was Ann 2I ,R :22 6 .273 Hanson (left Infielder and assistant (coach paces Cratkerjax wed by Headquarters USAF to
Cooper, who belted a homer and Uozman. p S It :3 .273 stickers with four homers. Ruth Bradshaw (renter) and Virginia playa series with teams in Mexico -
Buck rf in 34 9 ..265ipenUr.
Hudson have also their versatility with the willow, hitting
single.In (-* 1 f 9 16 4 .2.V proven in July The pro San
inter-service Urnolt. c 3 9 2 .222 three and two home runs respectively
competitionlast Francisco 49ers have establisheda
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weekend the Crackerjaxnine : memorial award honoring the
Braves Hornets
lost a pair to Eglin AFB, JAX AIR NEWS late Len Eslunont, former 49er
7-1 and 70.Shaky .
football star. Award wilt go to
fielding played a major I Meet At WigwamPlenty the member giving "the most inspirational -

role in the downfall of Jax Navy. i performance" duringa
Nine boots were committed in I of baseball action is on season.

the opening fray with 14 miscues tap for fans this weekend as the
being recorded in the second : Jacksonville Braves face the Featherweight title contender
Carmelo Costa celebrated his
game for the Crackerjax. Charlotte Hornets in a four-game
23rd birthday being inducted in
BOZMAN, A slick lefty hurled stand beginning tonight at the
the Army at Ft Dix Maxwell
Sax ball
new park.:
AFB, Ala., changed the name of
VA-172 in Serious Try Games tonight through Satur- its varsity teams from "Bombers"to
Braves To AdmitServicemen day begin at 2000. Sunday's tilt "Mentors" after a two-month

gets underway at 1500.

FreeAn For HAS Softball CrownVP18 The local Braves, defending contest.Detroit Tiger whiz shortstop .

open invitation for serv- South Atlantic League champions Harvey Kuenn once held a Big
kemen to attend three Sally are experiencing plenty of,
Ten record for most errors in one
League baseball games on July continued in first place atop the Mainside Intra- lumps this season. I game-four-made while playing
8 9 and 10 free of has mural Softball last week holding 13-1 slate with
charge, a Despite a fifth place standing: for Wisconsin Tufts Collegehas
been extended by the Jackson- one game remaining, but had an ear cocked to the onrushing at present, however, the Braves I that oddity in baseball

ville Baseball club. gallop of VA-172's darkhorses.The usually come up with a fine game! left-handed catcher.

Each of the three games in Patrolmen registered a and give the fans plenty of excitement -
which the Jax Braves clash brace of victories in last week's! Personnel registered a mild The current issue of Sport
upset, downing VP-16 minus Bob Illustrated" salutes Navy captains
with Savannah on the 8th and action. They posted a forfeit win Servicemen are admitted to the
Naab, 15-8, and won by forfeit Loughlin and Cutter, present and
9th and with Columbus on the from FAETU then clobbered supposedly ball park for only 50 cents, upon
from Fasron 109. athletic of
10th, will be broadcast by the tough Fasron Six, 15-3.' showing of ID card. No uniformis prospective directors
ALSO VW-4 past I the Naval Academy.One .
Mutual Broadcasting System VA-172, LATE starter in I needed.
as the "game of the day." The league action due to early season I FAWTU, 9-8; Fasron Six downed for the Rook Speedy

frays get underway at 1300 deployment, played a game each I Personnel, 13-3; NARTU tripped' outfielder of the GoGo While

each day. day last week and came up with. Hospital* 16-5; and FAWTU WEEKEND TIDE Sox, Minnie Minoso has a recordhe

Servicemen need not be in five wins. They moved into sec- gained a forfeit win over Supply. illGII LOW would like to give up-an

uniform, but must have proper ond place with a 9-1 record.A Standings through June 21. AM PM AM PM American League all-time high
identification TVn. W I. IVt. Fri. 8:06: 8:33: 1:54: 1:57: for most times hit by a pitched
1-0 victory for VP-18 over VH-18 .<
li 1 ))29:
A.172 9 1 , VA-172 weeks and
two a
ago Fasron Six 10( 3 ,769VFPb2 Sun. 9:49: 10:13: 3:31: 3:42: seven-season career, the Cuban
1(1 4
4.1[ victory posted over VP-18 by .714
Sail Dispensary in( 5 .6C7 has been potted 100 times on var-
Navy Jax VP-16 may well be the mixture Communication !9 5 .643
NARTU 9 K .600( Mother: "Johnny where is ious parts of his anatomy. "That
that concocts a playoff for
game I Supply 7 6 ..538VP16 "
record Minnie.
no good
7 6 .518
Club ClaimsBantam the Mainside crown.
1 VW-4 3 8 .467 Johnny: "She's in the lovin' "Give me some Other kind of
Hospital 6 ..400FAWTU
VA-172's last week
opponents I 13 "
4 ..286Fasron room." record. Opposing chuckers say
were: Special Services, 11-1 victims 109 S ..250FAKTU
TitlesEntering 3 11 .214 Mother: That's living'!" Minoso doesn't try to get out of
; hopeful VW-4. which: Personnel 3 12 .200 Johnny: "You said it, Ma. the way, particularly if, the AL
Serv. 0 15 .000
the Florida Yacht dropped a 7-3 tilt; Communications Spec. speed demons want a base run.

Club's ninth annual St. Johns shocked by a 10-0 score; ner; but Minnie says he is just

Regatta last week end with its dispensary, which put up a battle slow picking up the ball after it

fleet of five Rhodes Bantams and before losing, 5-3, and NARTU, leaves the mound.

one Snipe class sailboat, the Navy which closed out its season by .

Jax Sailing Club emerged vic- absorbing a 10-0 licking by VA- 'E' Qualification Shoot
torious by claiming: the Florida
172.IN L Results AnnouncedThe
State Bantam Championship as OTHER activity last week, R
well as Regatta first place in the Dispensary, fifth place occupants results of the official Navy

Rhodes Bantam Class. downed NARTU, 7-1, and claimeda : "E" Qualification course held

Winner of both trophies was forfeit over Fasron 109. June 19 at the NATTCenter pis-
the club's "Delta" boat 574 Y'+ tf tol range, firing in the .45 cal.
Fourth place VFP-62 bested
skippered by Comdr. R C. Wood- F : ji automatic, were released this
FAETU 8-5, and garnered a win
side and crewed by Charles
via forfeit Com-
over Supply.
Moore, III Vice Commodore of t ; Roland Stage, AQ1; John
munications decisioned FAETU pli
the Navy Jax Junior Fleet. 117. Davis, AO1; and Everett Walter,

Finishing the first heat Satur- 4 AQC, qualified as experts while

day in second place was Chaplain Walter Bowen, AEC, and Richard

W. W. Bartlett's Bantam 344, I Jones AKC qualified as sharP-

skippered by Ensign John Sandy: NAS SOFTBALL shooters. Lt. George Thorntonand

and crewed by Ensign Bill Mc- I Guigno Carapelloti earned

Murry. I. marksmen awards for their ef-
other ,..s.\:, forts.
Skippers of
crews ,, ..'"
.&*, >':* ;\:; \
Navy Jax Sailing Club boats were Wed.e.'.", oJ... II *.... ",o,. ):'ft\i":joo\h!t':' rt;:; ...., ..r.y W, :: ',$. ..'':.:''' The fOr course will be fired
L. Maneval and Brook McIntyre Saratoga 155! VA-172 n FAETU .."..""'" "' "' >>c:".'1t\.* ,.,"6\o.($. ,'..,'.:>.". \",,' *" annually, with medals awardedby
Junior Fleets' Sailing' Master, in Enterprise TIa..I.IMS VI'.l.'I.. tT Fu. 109 _' -, ,--L ....-....,..."..!I".-., _.._""":::-;;:'''''':t\G.,: :'\\11>S:;::,?:"!::'';! ;>&>:.:>-'-''''\'''"'..', '.,0, the Bureau of Naval Person-

"Alpha" 571, Capt. T. D. Tyra Enterprise 1630 VA-1T2 vs VA1TJ STILL MAN'S WORLD Paul Daleen member .f Scout nel for those qualifying.
and Dr. R. J. Martin in "Beta" Fri..,. J>... tl Troop Ill's softball team, reaches first base safely during actionin .
572, chief A. L. Northrop and Saratoga 1630 Supply vi Fat. I I last week's Scouts-Ware game at the Hospital diamond Baleen Norfolk gall: "I caught my boy

Harry Moss in "Gamma" 573 and A hypocrite is an undertaker and his mates decisioned the Ware squad, 1-4, la the annual fund- friend flirting.
Prior to the contest the series at 1-1. The
raising game. was even
in -Snipe" 2499 were Lts. Gene running a $1,000 funeral tryingto event is proving to be a popular part of the athletic calendar lax girl: "Yes I know that'sthe
Guazzo and Bill Price. look lad. aboard the Station. Troop '1S1' to sponsored by NAS Jax. way I aught mine too..



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Sparkies Still .. .,.<.": { ".../.'','.,'..' .*'\",:,"". ".",'1.> ., .\...""."', ". Eglin Nine Batting 1.000

Unbeaten In :

NATTC LoopAction vt : i 4 Against Jax Navy CousinsThe

; 3'* (3 PnA5 Jax Navy Fliers, possessors of a mediocre 10-25
In last week's NATT- record, play hosts to Fort Gordon tomorrow and Saturdayat
Center Softball League saw the Mason Field. Game time is 1430.
Sparkles of Aviation :Electrician'sMate Beginning with tomorrow's con-
School continue to lead the 9-2 setback
test, all weekday games will be-
lie issued four walks but
posting two more victories.
pack gin at the earlier hour. Prior to
The Sparkles downed MAD fanned six while his mates were
this, games during the week be-
13-1, with George Summers collecting gan at 1600. committing eight errors. Jax

the win, and Fred Dam- TilE FLIERS, having tumbled Navy outhit Eglin in the second

meyer getting a home run. The twice to Eglin AFB at the win- game, 14-10, but absorbed a 13-

second victory of the week wasa ners' bailiwick earlier last week, 12 eleven-inning loss.
forfeit from AK School. FAETU'S RUSS Bouxsein
lost two more games to the West
The Support Splinters collected Florida nine at Mason Field last pitched the first nine frames,
three wins to move into a fourth eekend. with VP-18's Brian Hussey relieving -

place tie. They downed NAWS, u' Frank Pavey, who had pitched and going 1 1/3 innings.
11-0, garnered a forfeit from TWO-BASE BLOW Red Mingle, Jax Navy pitthrr-first: 17. previous innings without a de- Hussey took his fourth defeat
AK 7-0, and blasted the Gunnersof baseman, cracks a two-base hit during first game activity in.the cision took the first road loss, a against three wins.
AO, 20-1, on a six-home run recent Fliers-Memphis Navy Sixth Naval District League series at
Mason Field. Jax Navy and Memphis tangle in another three-game Eglin's Jim Cardos boosted his
Charlie Richards
barrage. was setto Monday through Wednesday at Memphis. The Fliers copped hurling record to 12-2 with a
winning pitcher in both games. two of the three games here. Catcher Is John Vlseonti while the Center Men Cop one-hit shutout of the Fliers on
The Aviation Fundamentalsnine man In blue Is Jack Piva.
Jax Navy home grounds last
collected two victories the Titles
VP-18 Loses GroundMarines weekend. Score was 70.
first a 19-0 affair against AO
NATTCenter men garneredmost A base knock' by Red Minglein
School and a 7-0 forfeit victory
of the honors in the recent the third inning was the lone
from AK.
The Marine Aviation Detach- VA-172 Gain Jacksonville Police Pistol blow off Cardos. Frank Jnnkunis,

ment collected two wins to move Meet held at the Jax Police ace lefty, took the loss, his
tie with range. The Navy and Marine seventh against four wins.
into second place the
Missilemen. The AvFund nine, In Mainside Keg Loop shooters took first place in JANKUNIS WAS the victim of

fell before the pitching and hit- three of the four events and terrific pitching. The slim Flier

ting of Joe Molnar, 85. VP-18 continues to lead the Mainside Intramural Bowling second place also in three southpaw struck out thirteen and

Molnar hit two homers to help League with second place MARTD and third spot VA-172 only a events. walked only two, but Cardos was

his winning cause. The AGO En- few percentage points behind and nipping at their heels. It. M. Stage AQ1, placed tighter in the pinch and his

signs were the next victims, fall The top placers, sporting a 54- first in the Tyro event F, R. mates gave him better support

ing 10-5 behind the slants of Ray 22 record, slipped a bit last week I Arthur Fires Perfect Walter, AQC took second hon- afield.

Keisling. by losing to VA-172, 4-0, in the Round At Gun Club ors in the Marksman event. Eglin swept the Saturday game,

The Missies picked up a lone only contest of the week for both Bill Arthur, member of Jax Sharpshooter honors went to 8-1. Mingle was with the loss. The

victory from AO, 1-0, to stay in teams. ,Navy's championship skeet team M/Sgt H. R. Abney who VA-36 chucker was touched for "

contention for second place TilE MARINES, in second place tied for first place in the semi- placed first and T/Sgt. T. A. a dozen hits, issued two free

honors. I with a 48-20 slate, split with weekly shoot at the Jax Gun Asbjornsen who took second. passes and fanned five. Ills record -

SUiJiift\v m t.* iAK FAETU, 2 and 2. I Club last week First and second in the stands at 16.
School J3 0 Master event was wool; by The Fliers: booted six plays in
NAWS School 9 4 VA-172 maintains an impressive i Emmett Lee of Jacksonvilleand
MarAvDvt 1 4 45-19 mark for third place Arthur both cracked 50 T/Sgt. M. A Pratt and Abney. this tilt, raising their error total

. SuuSpllnts A Fund *ft 5 5 honors. straight targets to cop first place, Stage and Whiter are membersof for the four-game Eglin series
AGO School 3 10 the NATTCenter Pistol to 25.
AO School :3 It Operations holding down num. Arthur was the only Jax Nay y
0 Team. 4e *
AK School 13
---- '..* ber four position, beat Hospital, shooter competing in this event.
40. This brought Hospital's record .i ------.- Varsity Linksmen
Bowhunters GrabLion's
to 47 wins and 25 losses.

O&R OFFICERS won over Lose To Airmen
Share Of ComFairJax, 3-1; Special Services .

blanked VFP-62 "S," 4-0; N Jax Navy's varsity golf team
Archery HonorsMembers while Fasron 109 and VFP-62: : returned from an unfruitful tripto

divided a series, 22. LcL.,4 Robins AFB Tuesday where

of the Jax Navy In other games played last they lost 15ft to 11 Mi in their

Freelance Dowhunters took their week FAW-11 and Dispensarysplit last road match of the season.

l share of honors Sunday at the 2.2; VFP-62 Splitters Bill Scarbrough was low man
invitational Pre-National Field snowed Fasron 6 "A," 4-0, and for Jax Navy with a twooverpar

Tournament held by the Lost VW-4 Officers defeated VW-4 t2, 72.Jax .

Lake Archers Daytona Beach. 3-1. Navy has a tentative match

Eight Freelancers attended along Standings as of June 24, 1957. with Hunter AFB here July 5, to
with some of the best archers in WON LOST conclude the season.

Florida. MAR 54 23 The golf team now holds a 9
Winners in their respective divisions VA-172 PD 43 45 1 20* and 8 record.

were: Jerry Pionessa, Operations! 47 25VJ'P63
' third in "B" with 43 30
place Expert a Naval
Fasron 109 43 31 District score of 460; Bob Ashley, third KAW-11 40 32 will be announced next
place in Bowman with a score of SpvcUl' Sr>Wi M: 39
OAR "Officers :16 33 week, according to sources at the
460; Fred Mellish first place in VA-44 .13 32V.lTt
golf clubhouse i
:* 38VAKTU
Novice (Men) with a score of 34 38
371 33 39VvfiTn S e s4 s Open competitors must qualify:
and Florence Wood, first 7 +
33 39 over the 36-hole route while
place in Novice (Women) with a VW-4 *1 'J* 33VKI ,
&M "S" :10 43wro. (1 ( women and seniors will use the
score of 265. >' I -A- 29 43 4Hro 18-hole
The Freelancers will hold an CtwnmunlcaUon* :HT 41 process.
23 S4 y\\ : a

all day shoot Sunday, June 30. ap Waves tal/tkers ]11 1 53 M ; ; :'').<''I. .. .1<:,. ...: .-'... ...."'.<,,'. .'.: :.,,:. ..... ."I'.d.:': ,':.'....tM<...,.. ......;..w.)I "".>'.:>'.1j&w 'If\ 'II
This will include a "Hunter's -
--'as* THREE 6ND HEROES Frank Jankuois, (left) winner of SPORTS
Round" starting at 0900() and a AII-Aroui Athlete the first Sixth Naval District Ba.1ebaJllAarae game with Memphis
"Broadhead Round" at 1230. Navy last week shakes hands with fellow Jax Navy hurler Brian
The St. Johns Bowmen will For Pro Ring Hussey who twirled the second game win. Looking on with com- SCHEDULE
hold an invitational on Sunday, Aiming plete satisfaction Is Frank DeMent, Flier shortstop who was the
hitting star in both batting home the winning
games The
Week of Jane 27-Jnly 3
July 7, on their range in Cedar A young Fort Canon Colo., Fliers hold a %-1 mark in league play and face Memphis at the
Hills. Prizes and awards will be athlett, who wants to become a Tennessee city July 13. Other league member, Pensacola Navy, Baseball: Jax Navy vs. Fort
given for all divisions. pro boxer, is a whiz in just about has not seen Distrkt action yet. Gordon,'June 28-29, home. Fliersvs.

sport you name. Memphis Navy, 6ND League
Mayport In Beach He's Bob Patterson a privatein Operations, FA W 11 Blind Bogey Honors games, July 1-3, away.

the 42nd AAA Bn. In :Monroe, Softball: Crackerjax: vs. Pepsi
Snare Golf WinsIn Go To Steve Sabo Cola July 1 St. Nicholas Park
Softball BenefitThe Mich. High School, Bob was a ,
Mainside intramural golf 1930; Crackerjax vs Opportunity
star end on the football team Steve Sabo took first
softball team, week FA E T U place House 3 St Nicholas 2100
Pepsi-Cola the basketball squad with a 21 play last July ;
first half Women's City League point per game average, and ran dropped a 9-0 match to NAR- honors in the regular weekend Civilian Women vs. Pepsi Cola,

title-bearers will battle a team the mile and 880. TU, then lost to Hospital by Blind Bogey at the NAS golf June 28, St. Nicholas, 2100; Civil
from NAAS'Mayport in a soft- the same score.Operations ians vs. Dependable, July 3, St.
around 77 in golf,
ball benefit for the Randy Conley He shoots won over Fasron course, shooting an 86 with a 7 Nicholas 1930.
swims a nine-mile course across
Fund July 13. Lake Erie and is a fine high- 6, 8-1; FAW-11 turned in two handicap to bring his tally to the Golf: 6ND Qualifying rounds st
The fund is named for its wins Hospital 6V42tt
diver. beating -. lucky number of 79. NAS Jax; June 29-30.
beneficiary 11-year old Randy and VFP-62 "B", tt-2tt..
Conley, who was badly burned Boxing is his first choke. As a VW-4 posted an 8-1 victory Two guests Maj. R. G. Voyles Dt SoMali: Mainside regularseason

nine weeks ago. Golden Glover, he won nine often I over Fasron 109 while the and Comdr. B. S. Kennedy, tied ends, June 28.

The tilt will be held at the bouts. lIe hopes to box with match between VFP-62 "B" for second place with a net 75. -s *
Beach Little League park, bor- the Army and turn pro after his and FAW-11 was scheduled She was only a censor's daughter -
dering Beach Boulevard, and will release )Jt', a middleweight.Any for a later date. Prizes were awarded the winners but she knew when to cut it

begin at 1930. takers? ; I out. '. ,


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Ii Big Aquatic Safety Show Set For NAS Jax Waters. C lor&InventoryClothing SS Closed

A special aquatic paradeand bounded by the Officers' Club and Jacksonville Power Squadron shore
and Small
water safety show will pier, the fish shack and the picnic will join the parade at the The Coast Guard 'will give a Stores
Issue Rooms at NAS id
: area near the south end of Yacht Club. series of demonstrations on boat a
be held right in NAS Jack- NATTCenter closed
I Ranger Street. Some of the outboards will be safety during the show, which are
sonville's "backyard" next towing water skiers, throughoutthe has been arranged so that some ventory. .
Sunday afternoon, and Sta- AQUATIC parade will parade. Skiers will turn out kind of craft will be passing be- Both rooms are expected to

tion personnel will have a start from Trout Creek at approximately in force for an exhibition later in fore the spectator's eyes at all reopen for business on or

grandstand view of the event, 1230, headed by the the day. times. about Monday, July 1.

first to be presented in an royal barge bearing the beautiful MEMBERS OF the Jax Navy THE PUBLIC is invited to view C & SS Issue Rooms are Located -

elaborate observance of "Na- young Water Safety Queen and Sailing Club are currently pray- the proceedings first hand from at NAS, Building 930,

tional Boat Safety Week," her court. Boats of the Jacksonville ing for a sail-filling wind so that NAS shores in the area at the and NATTCenter, Building

June 30-July 6. Outboard Club will accom- they can join the parade in styleas rear of the Bluejackets' Inn, accessible 513.The
Sponsored by the Water Safety pany the barge. it circles before the NASOffleers' 'via Langley Street. NAS Jax CommissaryStore

Division of the Jacksonville- Gator Outboard Club boats will Club area at about 1430. Scheduled to conclude at 1630, located in Building 135: ,

Duval County Safety Council, join the parade at Ortega River, Special anchorage lines will be the show is free and should provide -' will be closed for inventory ""

and the Coast Guard Auxiliary, along with many other boating set up for boats so that occupantscan an excellent afternoon's en- all day tomorrow, June 28.

the main part of the show will be enthusiasts, and inboard cru- view the program without tertainment for many hundredsof The store will be open as

: featured in the small cove isers of the Florida Yacht Club obstructing the view ot those on boating enthusiasts. usual Saturday.,


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his orders, all units will in 15th birthday anniversary of the
pass ling Jr., both entering the Naval
review. Station. He relieved Capt. (now
Reserve Medical received
Rear Adm.) John S. Thach Oct. Corps,
The new Commander Fleet Air 17, 1955, as commanding officer. orders to the. Navy Recruiting
Jacksonville and ComNabSix, is A Station, Louisville, Ky.; and the
a native of Topeka, Kansas. En- Maryland PhotofluorographicSchool
born in Union Springs Capt. Harris -
tering the Naval Academy in Naval Hospital Bethesda,
1917, he served as a Midshipman : was commissioned ensign in respective
1927 on graduating from the Na- .
in World War I aboard the USS
r val Academy. In 1930 he won his In awarding the certificates,
Ohio operating with the Atlantic e
wings at NAS Pensacola, and was Capt. Ahl commended the group
Fleet and the following summer part of the original USS Lexington for the good work they had per
aboard the
Florida. He
was commissioned crew, and Air formed, adding.that he and mem-
graduated and commissioned en- Officer aboard the aircraft carrier bers of staff witnessing the ceremony -
sign on June 5, 1920. His present
USS when it would hope to see them all
rank dates from July 25, 1944. NAVAL REVIEW Sailors line the rigging of the Spanish Wasp was com- again in the course of their medi.
four-masted schooner Juan Sebastian de Elcano as she is passed missioned.
ADM. SWITZER WON his by the reviewing: American ship, the guided missile cruiser Can- He served in many operations cal careers.

wings at NAS Pensacola in 1924, berra, at the International Naval Review held recently off Hampton during world war II, includingthe Lcdr. I. K. Thompson, chief

and served as flight instructor Roads Virginia Marianas and Morati cam- nurse, and Lcdr. Ruth Styron, her

there and the Navy Yard, Wash- paigns, and the Battles of the assistant, acted as hostesses for
ington, D.C., with intervals in 99 Receive 40 Percent ConvertGI Philippine Sea and Leyte Gulf. the social hour following the

between. Postgraduate work in (Continued from Fate 1)) Ins. Policies During the latter part of the war graduation. The cake, a real mas-

ordnance engineering at Annapolis Almost 40 per cent of the he was Chief Staff Officer to terpiece baked by Nathaniel
prepared him for assignmentto Norman Cochran AC2 to AC1;
WWII GI policies now in force Commander Carrier Divisions 25 Breaker, Hospital baker who requested -
the engineering division, Ma- Seabe Cook, DT2; Earl
have been converted to and 26.When. privilege, was cut by
terial Branch, Bureau of Aero- Crochet, A03 to A02; Bob per- Miss .
manent plan insurance, according he and Mrs. Harris leave
nautics, Washington, D.C., in Crook, AMAN to AMH3; Robert .
to the Veterans Ad- Jacksonville, they plan to visit e
June 1934. Cuffe, TD3 to TD2; Charles
ministration.Of friends and relatives in Florida,
Davis, A03 to A02; Geraldine
World War II,found him serv- the 5.4 million NSLI Alabama and California before

ing in various capacities, the most Demmerle, SK3 to SK2; William policies still in force, more settling down permanently.The ; (Continued from Page 1))
Dorsch, AG3 to AG2; Jacqueline
unique of which occurred when, than 2.1 million are the permanent Navy has not yet named
AN to AK3 John Ed- cable.
DuPuy, ;
as commanding officer of the type. a replacement for Capt. Harris
USS Wasp in 1945, the carrierwas wards, AKAN to AMS3; Winton The VA said the 20-pay life, and, until it does, Comdr. R. II. AS FAR AS DEWEY Park a*

accredited with shooting Ellis, AC2 to AC1; William El- held by 963,000' vets, is the Smith, present executive officerof concerned, the matter is now in

down the last two planes in the rod, AD3 to AD2; Lief Erickson, most popular permanent plan the Station will serve as act- the hands of the telephone com

war, and also with successfully AN to AK3; John Eyer, AD3 to GI policy. Next in order are ing commanding officer. pany in Atlanta. But because a

fending off the last kamikaze at- AD2, and John Frazier, PH3 to ordinary life and 30-pay life, + 1 cable already existed in the

tack on an American ship. Planes PH2. each held by more than 400,000 Average age of WWI vets is Station enlisted housing area,

from the carrier carried food and Also promoted were, George policyholders. less than 63 years'' old. Actuary lines there were soon buzzing

supplies from Bataan and Correg- Gentile, AB3 to AB2; Nancy Gib- tables serve proof that the last merrily with more than 100 families !-

idor to men imprisoned at an in- bons, PHA3 to PHA2; Donald few veterans of the war are ex- enjoying the service and pay-

ternment camp near Narumi Gilbert AN to AMSAN; John Sales Help Needed pected to be surviving in the year ing the bill directly to the tele-

after the "Cease Fire" Order had Gleen, MU2 to MU1; Lawrence phone company in Jacksonville.To .
been given. Gorrell MU3 to MU2 Charles Sales clerks are needed at Navy
; secure the service, an appli-
For his services aboard the Green, RD2 to RD1; Denver Harmon Exchange' retail stores at NAS ." PPw cation must be filed with the tele
AN to ADR3 Tommy Hazel, Jax ;: with
; 2010.F" : phone company, expectancyof
Wasp, he was the Legionof Interested persons should applyto
AMAN to AMH3; Forrest Hen- normal service in about two
Merit with Combat Distin- Mrs. Harris at Building 898 the
derson, AD3 to AD2; Walter Her- : P YSjf days after filing. Basic monthly

guishing device. levi, AK3 to AK2; Delbert Hosic, Navy. Exchange, _. ,_office.__ ; rates, as quoted by a telephone

AFTER.WORLD WAR II, Adm. AC3 to AC2; James Howard, A03 jf <.;,. company representative, are :
Switzer served as commanding to A02; Walter Huff, ADRAN; Six Uniform $8.17 for a private line; $5.78 fora

officer of NAS Pensacola; as Lester Humphrey, EN3 to EN2; two-party line; and $3.91 for a

Chief of Staff and Aide to the, Carolyn Johnson, PHGAN to (Continued from Page 1)) e Pj d four-party line. All rates are sub-

Commander Air Force, U.S. Pacific PHG3; Carrol Johnson, AC3 to I their left forearm during aca- ject to a 10% federal excise tax.

Fleet; Commander Naval AC2; Oscar Jordan, TN to SD3; demic ceremonies other than .

Ordnance Test Station, Inyokern, Chester Kaminski, AMAN to Naval Academy graduation exer- New Aviator's Helmet

Calif.; commanding officer Car- AMH3; Shirley Knudsen, M, SN cises.
rier Division 16 and Task Force to MA3; Milton Kutner, .AN to Deep sea divers will get a T 9d f Is Accepted By NavyA

81; Commander Carrier Division ADR3; Terry Lain, CD3 to CD2. distinguishing right shoulder new helmet for Navy aviators -
Commander in Chief U.S. Atlantic mark consisting of a diving hel-
6; LOUIS LUNGREN, AN to made of a new plastic, ex-
met and breastplate with the
Fleet as Chief of Staff and
ADR3; Anne Mackenzie, AN to panded polystyrene, has been
letter D centered on the breast- k
Aide Chief of Naval Air Techni- p
; TDAN Bernard McHale HM3 to f I's7
; ,
cal Training, NAS Memphis; plate. developed by a Pittsburgh, Pa.,
HM2; Jerry Nees, SK3 to SK2; M3 a': be'd 1e d E
Commander Naval Forces Marl- safety company.
AEM3 and Billie Solomon .
annas and on Feb. 16, 1956, he Robert Nettles, AN to ADR3; ACAN to ACT3. ;v t. Navy researchers and Mine

became Commander Naval For- Richard Nicholson, PRAN to Plus, Joe Steed, AN to AD- Safety Appliances Co. engineershave

ces, Philippines.In PRM3; John Panter, AG3 to RAN; Robert Stevens, ADAN ,to worked for five years devel-
the "APIIhelmet..
addition to the Legion of AG2; Elliett Pearson, SH3 to ADR3; William Swain, A03 to oping

Merit with Combat Distinguished Slit; Earl Phillips, CTSN to CT3; AO2; Marion Swisher, AN to Lu

Device, Adm. Switzer holds the Theodore Pierce, AN to ABU3; ABU3; Frederick Tarr, AN to : 4i AP P1, DUAA

Navy Unit Commendation; World Jesse Powell, RM3 to RM2; ADJ3; George Thompson, SN to NoR

War I Victory Medal with Atlan- George Preston, III, AT2 to AT1; MA3; Floyd Todd, DC3 to DC2; ANT CH P AN E DD

tic Fleet clasp; American Defense Henry Radke, AGAN to AG3; James Trent, MA3 to MA2; Dale # t CF' aM1 ..3aWin" na HQ CIB Kaaanratfg ,
Service Medal with Fleet Clasp: Louis Ramsey, AN to AMSAN; Uldrich, TD3 to TD2; Merle Voit- M1 c AN6 / D AC

American Campaign Medal; Asi- Arlie Richards, PN2 to PN1; Alva hoffer, TD3 to TD2; Michael BonnHUIH3B'
.. '
atic-Pacific Campaign Medal; Rightsell, AK3 to AK2; Mable Wagner, Jr., FN to ME3; Irvin + 4 Onnsinas'OW mBHHHHQR

European-African-Middle East Riley, AG2 to AG1; Lloyd Robb, Walden, PR3 to PR2; LaDonna sara tonHCJB MSBDO

ern Campaign Medal; World WarII A03 to AO2; John Rowe, ACANto Walsh, SN to PNA3; James NAVY QUEEN 18-year- / Hantsm aoojaetonmeioi

Victory Medal; Navy Occupa- ACT3; Lane Scheiber, ETR3 to White, AD3 to AD2; Joseph WIl- old Sheila Lewis seems pleased

tion Service Medal Europe Clasp; ETR2; Roberta Shockley, AKANto liams, DC2; Ronald Williams, with title herself of Miss after Alabama winning Naval the t

and the National Defense Serve AK3; Barney Smith, AK3 to AMAN to AMSAN, and James Aviation 1937 at Birmingham'
ice Medal AK2; Robert Smith, Jr., AN to Yde, AKAN to AK3. NARF, AIa\ama. (Answers to Pac 'Fimle' )