Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 15 No. 44 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 20 February 1958

i: VP5HeadsFor : : "l: : c\:::.. S E'', Employees

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SchoolIn Nominating E

IrelandPatrol CandidatesNaval

Squadron 5 is sendinga

P2V-5 Neptune and a crew of
Air Station
thirteen to the British Joint employees -

Anti-Submarine School in Lond- are now nominating can-
didates for election to the
---.- '-. onderry, Northern Ireland some-
TO INSPECT NATTCenterRear time this week. various employee organiza
Adm. Frank Akers Chiefof tions.
The school is staffed jointlyby
Naval Air Techincal Train.
Nomination of candidates is for
ing, will inspect and review the Royal Navy and Royal Air
the Station'smany
personnel of NATTCenter Jax Force personnel and was pri- membership on
Tuesday on the occasion of the marily established for anti-sub- Employees' Councils, the
annual Administrative Material Civilian Employee Food Serv-
marine warfare training. ,
inspection. ices Board the Civilian Em-
ONLY ONE of its kind in
ex- ..
+ ployee Welfare and Recreation
istence, the school is attendedby j ; Association and to the Board of
EvesInspection various NATO-member
nations -
54 Aa. Trustees of the Employees' Mu-
invitational basis.
on an x
tual Death Benefit Society

The course for the VP-5 crew, "' ...... ..........--..-- -............--.--. OFFICIAL nominating petition
By is expected to last four weeks. "IS THIS SAILOR NECESSARY?"-Mutters S/Sgt. Patrick forms may be obtained from any

PLANE commander in chargeof Johnson, (right) as he attempts to unscramble the names of two of the designated officials listed .
privates during a recent NATTCenter Marine Aviation Detach-
the flight will be Lt (jg) Ken ment muster. What puzzles Johnson most is that Pvt. Robert in the Industrial Relations Bul- I

NAIl ChiefRear Peterson who operated out of Sailer, (left). is really a Marine and not a sailor. Is this confusion letin and posted on departmental ,
Iceland on a previous deploy- necessary? There again a muddle according to Pvt. Donald Nec- bulletin boards. Information regarding ""'
Admiral Frank Akers, ment. essary (center). The men are all attached to Aviation Funda- the manner in which
Chief of Naval Air Technical mentals School at the Center.
Predicted flight route will take --- the nominating petition forms
Training will his staff at
them through Argentia' and the are to be completed are contained -

NATTCenter Tuesday to'hold theCenter's Azores before touching down at CDs Given AuthorityFor thereon and all nominationsmust
personnel inspection
annual Administrative the Ballykelly Royal Air Force be submitted to one of the

Base, fifteen miles from Lond- designated officials prior to 1200
Material Inspection. Capt. Char- Feb. 25.
les L. Moore Jr., NATTCenter ReleaseCommanding
officer will ____ __ College Membership of Employees'Councils
commanding greet is restricted to non-
Adm. Akers his arrival.
supervisory employees who have I
From there, they will departfor Bus Tokens Go officers have been given authority to release been continuously employed by

the parade grounds where enlisted personnel to begin or resume their college edu the Naval Air Station for at

personnel inspection and regimental On Sale HereBus cation up to three-months early, in accordance with BuPers least one year. Non-supervisory
review of the 4,000 Navy Instruction 1910.12B.
defined those
employees are as
and Marine personnel is scheduled tokens for school child- Until now, such discharges were
will the ruling sailor must show who are not held responsible by
of military personnel new a
to start at 1330. under the direct control of Bu-
their for the work
that hq will be unduly handicapped supervisors
Immediately following person- be on sale at the Mainside ;Pers. I

nel inspection, the Admiral and Navy Exchange, Building 27, IN GIVING broader authorityto by delaying his schooling toa (Please turn to page 6, coL 5.)
his normal
it is announced. I date following
his staff will conduct a barracks the commanding officers, Bu time.A .
inspection. Sales will be made in unitsof Pers emphasized that only sailors separation
list of information
Heading the personnel and 20 tokens a package for 80 with "meritorious" performanceof required Wives Volunteer,
from the college includes date of
barracks inspections will be Adm. cents. dis-
duty can be given early
anticipated entry, a letter of ac-
Akers; Capt. J. G. Craig, Chiefof For patrons wishing refundson charges.The ceptance, latest date to register, Services In DriveAbout

Staff; Lt. Col. D. A. Bangert; unused tokens, this will be commanding officers must convening date of next class and 100 officers' wives

Comdr M. W. Robinson; Comdr.R. handled by the coach companyat 'also assure themselves that early assurance that enrollment is for from various activities and

F. Wadsworth; Comdr. L. R. their downtown (HemmingPark release is not being requested for i a full-time course of instruction.'Champ' commands in the Jax area are

Burnett; Comdr. Sidney Engle- ) customer booth. the purpose of avoiding service. volunteering their services to

hardt; Comdr. D. M. Shear; Lcdr.J. IN ORDER TO qualify under I: the National Health Agenciesand

L. Foil, and Lcdr. W. N. Sims. Returns Today; Care and Crusade for

The three-day inspection of the Valley Forge Due Freedom fund drive.
i Leyte, raising
Training Center will conclude : IJJI. *
I Mayport-based USS Lake A group of wives report on
with a critique Wednesday morn- l Champlain arrives "home" today prescribed days to the National -

after undergoing modifications at Health Agencies officials to

ing.FDR Norfolk, Va. assist in counting and cata-

ReturnsTo The USS Valley Forge and the logging contributions to Health

USS Leyte are due at Mayport and otherwise assist in other

Friday, It will be the first tripto details.

Mayport 'Mayport for the Valley Forge.

Next Week Clay Residents Eligible For

Mayport-based U S S Franklin I

D. Roosevelt has left Gib- >} Mij Home ServiceMilitary

ralter on the last leg of its Nursing

Mediterranean cruise and is ;

now on its way home. The and civilian residentsof
made for those unable to the
carrier is expected to arriveat Clay County are advised thata pay

Mayport around Feb. 26. home nursing service is avail- full fee.Services.

The 60,000 ton carrier i has able to anyone regardless of race, will be available to

visited eight countries and traveled color, or creed. dependents of military personnel

434,000 miles since it left Nor- Clay County residents desir- when such services are recommended -

folk, Va. on July 9, 1957. The ing this nursing service, providedby by the medical officer

seven and a half-month cruise Clay County Public Health and wben dependents desire to

with the 6th Fleet gave the 3,400 Council Inc. use home nursing care.
__._u Nursing Advisory, ,
man crew an opportunity to visit THIS IS SNOW-George "Eddie" Edwards PN3, a nativeof should have their physicians refer Mrs. John Whitener is presi-
Mediterranean ports of Golfo di disbelievingly at last Thursday's "snow,"
Jacksonville stares
them to the Public Health De- dent of the Clay County Nursing
Palmas, Sardinia; Cannes,France; Rain, which followed the snow at NAS Jax, and freezing tem- .
partment at Green Cove Springs.A Council. Dr. A. Y. Covington is
Barcelona Spain Athens, Corfu, peratures combined to make the light snow turn to ice. How-
; Greece ever, Florida's famous sun came through and by mid-day there fee of $2.50 is charged for director of public health in Clay
Rhodes and Salonika ; was little trace of "winter's wonderland." Edwards who is assigned each visit by the nurse to the County and Mrs. LeClaire is the
Genoa, Italy; Palma, Majorca and to NAS Military Personnel Division, claims never to have
home. An adjustment will i be supervisor of the staff nurse,
Gibralter. seen snow before. .

Pag* 2 JAY AIR NEWS 20 February 19J

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(Maintide and NATTCenter

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. Jacksonville Commanding Officer movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Sat-
Comdr. Robert. Smith ... ..... Executive OttlcerCommander urday, Sunday and holiday,
Air Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Wendell G. SwtttlJee. .... 1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital mo-
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. .. .. ... .. .... ...... Chief of Staff vie daily. 1900.)
Fleet Air Wing ]Eleven
Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence ..... .. .... .". .. Commander
Capt. Thomas S. WhiteKaraIAlr .. .. .. ...... ",. ........ Chief" Staff Officer Thursday. Feb. 20
| Technical Training Center
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .. .. .. Commanding Officer Mainsidc Call Me Madam
Comdr. Wilfred E. FlesKman '" .. Executive Officer (color musical) with Ethel Mer- y
NavBl Hoapllal
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy .. .. .. .. .. ... .... Commanding Officer man and Donald O'Conner. One :
Capt. Marcy Shupp KARTU .. Executive Officer show, 1900 only.NATTCenter .

Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer Layfayette Es- /Jw1
Comdr. William B. Hardy Executive Officer
cadrille (drama) with Tab Hun-
Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida ter and Etichika Choureau.
a\ no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-S3
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel Hospital Chase A Crooked t.
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Shadow
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. (drama) with Ann Bax-
Naval Hospital. ter and Richard Todd.
Service Information Officer Lcdr. J. F. Kirkllghter Jr.
Ass't. S10 Andrew II. Planey I Friday, Feb. 21
Editor .- Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI: John Isbell Mainside Daughter of Dr.
JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Mary Ann Kirchner. SA; Staff Photographer Jim Jekyle
Moore Pin. (fright drama) with John
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Agar and Gloria Talbott. Also,
Material apparing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is Formosa
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo- (travelogue.)
graphs.Editorial. NATTCenter-Call Me Madam.
offices located In Room 230. Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164. 8346 272 or 216. Hospital Lafayette Esca-
RE-UPPER IN SPECIAL RE-UP-As a result of a special
drille. request waiver granted by the Bureau of Naval Personnel La-
Saturday, Feb. 22 Donna Mary "Scotty" Walsh, PN3. reenlistment yeoman of NAS
Now is The Time To Join In Mainside-Man of the Prowl Personnel Division did some reenlisting herself when she ship
(drama) with Marla Powers and ped over into the regular Navy last Wednesday. Walsh, who
celebrated her 23rd birthday on the day of reenlisting, also
Ted De Corsia. Also, Yankee retained her rate. She was sworn in by Lcdr. James Callaghan

Fight For Health Truth, FoodIn Dood It. (right) Personnel Officer. -_ _

I Jekle.NATTCenter-Daughter of Dr.

order to acquaint personnel involved in the Federal Service I '
Hospital-Call Me Madam.
fund raising campaign for National Health Agencies and Care and Kiddie Matinee-Pony Express
Crusade for Freedom, the Jax Air News will publish a weekly
(western) with Charlton Heston
series on facts and figures of these groups. Included will be such V ?
and Rhonda Fleming Also, Le- 1 94Come v 9d]
Information as to where the money goes, how much stays here, prechaun's Gold.
how it is spent and other pertinent data.
Sunday, Feb. 23
First we begin with the American Cancer Society and National Mainside-Heaven Knows Mr. (Third of a series of articles based on information from the Internal

Society: for Crippled Children and Adults Allison (color drama) with Rob- Revenue Service)
ert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr. If you itemize deductions on page two of Form 1040, you can
deduct most state and local taxes. Federal taxes are never deductible
Man on the
except for certain ones paid in connection with a business or
Cancer Strikes One In Four Prowl. .
Hospital Daughter of Dr. profession.You
The Duval County Unit of the American Cancer Society con- Jekle. CAN deduct, : -
ducts of education and service In orderto the number of days in the real
a yeararound program Monday Feb. 24 0 Personal property taxes .
promote 'cancer control in the community. A strenuous effortis Mainside-Man on Fire (drama) 0 State income taxes' property tax year that each held

being made to reach each individual with life-saving Informa- nth Bing Crosby and Inger 0 Real estate taxes ;the property. -

tion about cancer through distribution of literature and films, stressIng I tevens. 0 State or local sales taxes The tax is apportioned to the

the importance of early diagnosis and learning early symptonsof I NATTCenter Heaven Knows I. State gasoline taxes seller up to but not including the
cancer. Ar. Allison. 0 Auto license fees date of sale and to the buyer beginning -

Servicewise, the Duval l County Unit gives financial supportto Hospital-Man on the Prowl. 0 State capitation or poll taxes with the date of sale

two clinics where indigent cancer patients can receive free Tuesday, Feb. 25 YOU CANNOT deduct: regardless of the accrual or lien

treatment and care on referral b/ their physician. Several I thou- Mainside The Ride Back 0 Any federal excise taxes paidon dates under local law.

sand cancer patients a year thus receive necessary attention and (drama western) with Anthony your personal 1 expendi- If you are a tenantstockholderin

many lives are prolonged and saved through support of this Quinn and William Conrad. Also, tures, such as taxes on theater a cooperative housing or apart-

program.In Winged Fury.NATTCenterMan. admissions, furs, jewelry, cos- ment corporation you can deduct
on Fire. metics, transportation, tele- your proportionate share of the
addition, home patients who are financially pressed can Hospital Heaven Knows Mr. phone, etc. real estate taxes paid by the co-
receive care through the Visiting Nurse Association which receives 'I.
Allison. 0 Federal social security taxes operative.IN .
financial support by the Society.A Wednesday, Feb. 26 0 Hunting licenses i MOST CASES, you are not

loan closet has been established at Cancer headquartersat I Mainside-Californian (western 0 Dog licenses I permitted to deduct taxes assessedfor

439 W. Duval St. which provides free dressings, loan of reissue) with Ray Milland and 0 Water taxes pavements or other local improvements -

tal beds, wheel chairs and other equipment to cancer hOSPI.1 Barbara Stanwyck. Also, Tar with 0 Auto inspection fees including front-foot

home. the Star. 0 Taxes paid for another person benefits, which tend to increase

About 30% of contributions received in Duval County are NATTCenter-The Ride Back. Cigarette taxes are deductibleby the value of your property. You

applied directly to a vast national research program. Hospital-Man on Fire. the consumer in only a few of cannot deduct Social Security
Thursday Feb. 27 the 48 states. Your local revenue taxes paid on the wages of your
Cancer strikes in four and based these statistics each
one on
Mainside Until Sail office advise
They can you on this regarding maid or other domestic help.
family in the U. S. will be .affected by bncer. It is up to each (drama) with Paul Newman and your state.WHENEVER And you cannot deduct Social

individual to protect himself and his family by contributing gene- Jean Simmons. Also, One Droppy real estate is sold, Security taxes withheld from
ously toward conquest of this disease. Knight.
the deduction for real estate your wagesnorimay\ you deduct
NATTCenter-Californian. taxes is apportioned between the any self-employment tax you par

Hospital-The Ride Back buyer and the seller according to on your earnings from self-em
Lame Sick Need Assistance .. ..
.\;:, a.. + .,'C.., ployment.
The Duval County Chapter of the National Society for Crip-

pled Children and Adults is a volunteer organization for serviceJo Bethune Cookman GroupTo

the physically handicapped.The pw h' Offer Concert

Duval chapter accomplishes most of its treatment of Colored servicemen are invitedto

physically handicap persons through its Easter Seal Clinic. attend the concert by Bethunc-

The clinic, located at Duval Medical Center, is operated for all Cookman College Choral Ensemble

physically disabled persons, without regard to race or creed, upon : March 3 at Ebenezer Metho-
referral of a physician. Here are provided the facilities and op- dist Church, corner of Clay and

portunity for victims of illness, injury or disease to return to phy- scs:.'Fasoi Ashley St, downtown Jax

sical independence. Tickets are one dollar, with

the thousands of i proceeds going to United Negro
During past year, physical therapy treatmentswere
given to 'patients at the clinic. The Society also provides a r College Fund. Public is invited

Summer Camp at Lake Crystal where crippled children may enjoy
a normal camping experience while receiving therapeutic care Rodda Top StudentAt

and treatment. f T {fn Ordnance School

Types of conditions treated at the Easter Seal Clinic are s. Clarence G. Rodda, AOAN, of

amputees, congenital l deformities, bone infections, scoliosis, spina Hammond, Ind., was named honor

bifida, strokes (hemiplegia), multiple sclerosis, paraplegia, fractures student in last week's gradua-

pelvic inflammatory disease, skin conditions, neuritis, asthma, tion at the Aviation Ordnance'men
prostatitis, low back injuries, bursitis, cerebral palsy, and head School Class A at NATTCenter.
injuries resulting in handicaps, plus many more. John H. Ballering, AOl, was. sworn completing in for four 16 years service, .

By contributing to The National Society Crippled Children and Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr.. commanding officer of more NATTCenter years by Rodda, who ,entered the Navyin
Looking on as his son is sworn in is Ben Ballering. Senior Fire May, 1957, has been orderedto
Adults make these
we can physically handicapped con-.
persons Prevention Captain of the NAS fire department Ballering has the Naval Air Station, El Cen-
tributors to society rather than a burden to the community. received orders to report to the USS Leyte for duty.
tro, Calif., for duty.


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20 February 1958 SAX AIR NEWS Page


Breaking Through Sound Barrier

Varies With Different PlanesEditors

( Note: Many people do not understand the sonic boom,
nor the importance of jet aircraft near the cities which they defend. officer of VF-174 at NAS Cecil ,
Every Navy man should be able to explain these matters to people Field, explained that the shock
outside of the Navy. This Is the second in a series of articles on waves produced by the Crusader
"The Sonic Boom.") going through the sonic barrieris

What's it like to fly through the sound barrier and create. a "dragged" along behind the
"sonic boom"? plane. Whereas the "boom" of

Nearly every airplane does not fly quite the same from Mach another type jet, crashing the bar-
(prounounced Mock) .95 to 1.05, the "transonic. region," the Jax rier in a dive, is a "one-shot"
Air News learned. proposition.

In the F8U Crusader, the only THEREFORE the Crusader act- ..
plane in the Jacksonville area tioned are capable of breakingthe ually "pulls" the shock wave behind -
capable of crashing the sound sonic barrier only in a dive, it as long as it is flying at
barrier in level flight, there is not in level flight. supersonic speeds.
Lcdr. J. F. Davis, commanding
a very slight tendency for the Shock waves form a cone
nose of the plane to drop, accord- around the plane with the narrow
ding to the men who fly the rec point of the cone being made by

.. ord-breaking plane.IN BC-BS Payment the plane's nose. The waves ex-
THE 1.000-mile-per-hour tend from the nose to ground at
POINT OF IMPACT-Lcdr. J. F. Davis commanding officerof I Method, ChangedEffective
Crusader, you "wouldn't know an angle behind the plane.At .
VF-174 at Cecil Field, holding a model of his squadron's plant I
I the F8U Crusader complete with insignia points to the nose you went through it if you were: with the collection the point where the shock
which creates the initial and loudest impact as the plane crashes not watching the instruments,"II for March, which will be on wave touches the ground, thereis
the sonic: barrier.Military. say the pilots. I March 17-18, premium pay- a "boom" and since the "boom"

With different planes, the sen-' ments for Blue Cross-Blue travels with the plane, the
Boost sation is radically different. In Shield must be made either "boom" I is actually continuous.
Pay the F4D Skyray, for instance, by check or money order, Industrial However, since you are station-
there is a definite tendency in Relations Departmenthas ary, you only hear one boom.

Faces Twin HearingsMonday the plane to "tip down." The announced. Recently two booms were
F9F-8 Cougar pitches down and Checks or money ordersare heard, but this was created by
wobbles on its lateral axis, while to be made payble to Blue
two planes crashing the barrierone
of this week saw two House sub-committees begin
hearings on proposed pay legislation. the FJ Fury dips its left wing. Cross of Florida, Inc. behind the other.

Joint Chiefs of Staff ChairmanGen. However, the planes just men- ACTUALLY "crashing the bar-

Nathan Twining, Defense Reserve officers, which is based I rier" is a slightly i misleadingterm.
Secretary Neil i McElroy and on recommendations made by I A Crusader, flying at
Ralph Cordiner.w ere scheduledas the committee headed by Cor- Mach 1.2 is continually crashingthe
lead-off witnesses at militarypay diner barrier and the single "boom"
raise bill hearings before the Senate subcommittee hearings heard is that difference in air
House Armed Services sub-com are to begin Feb. 25. pressure being pulled behind the
mittee. The pay bill Defense Depart- plane. .
ANOTHER HOUSE subcommittee ment ,submitted to Congress is a It should be remembered that
began hearings on Defense's modified version of the Cordiner pilots flying at supersonic speedsare
term retention contracts bill for proposals coupled with a six per- not "playing around.
cent increase for all with over It is necessary to fly the Cru-
two year's service who are not sader at supersonic speeds, sinceit
eligible. for Cordiner-type raises. was designed for that purpose
I N ADDITION a number of and also in order for pilots to
other groups, including the Fleet qualify in various aspects of
Reserve Association, the American d modern warfare, in intercepts and
Legion, the Disabled Officers ', gunnery.
Association and the Retired Of- FLIGHT patterns in this area
: vS A ficers Association have asked to M call for
I 1.' supersonic flights over
testify. sparsely pdpulated areas in
Among things expected to be western Florida and over the
pointed out is that after Cordiner Atlantic. Planes capable of fly-
rates are fully phased in and ing faster than sound are restricted -
those getting the six per cent hike 4k.-. wH .i.. 'M to not below 30,000 feet
are phased into the new scales, CITED FOR EFFORTS-For
SS Chief Sommers altitude, which is the supersonicrange
the cost of the raise for officers outstanding performance o f in Jax.
duty as athetic director withN
will be nearly four times the cost A S J a x Special Services, When effects of some of the
for enlisted men. Commended For Stanley Sommers. AMC (right) "booms" have been reported in

Another point to be brought up was cited last by CommendationMast RobertH. the past, investigation noted that
Friday. Cmdr.
is that some 30 percent of service Duty PerformanceStanley Smith, executive officer, the nearest supersonic plane was
personnel, those with less than (left) reads the citation on be- some 50-75 miles over the ocean,
two years in, will get no raise at Sommers, AMC, Spec half of the commanding officer, which would indicate that the'boom"
TO CONDUCT MISSION Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.
Very Rev. Patrick Walsh, missionary all ial Services Athletic Director for can travel a good distance -
from Our Lady of Cordiner-type raises were only NAS Jax, was cited by Commendation part: "I note that you voluntarily when atmospheric condi-
Spring Band Kingstree. S. C.. designed to benefit some.39 per- I. Mast last Friday for assumed the duties of athletic tions are right.It .
will conduct a mission which cent of servicemen and approxi- "outstanding performance of director when it was vacated due' is difficult for a pilot travel-
St.will Edward's open the Chapel.Lenten Season The mis-at mately 30 percent will get the six duty." to reduction in civilian force.' ing at Mach one-point-plus (Mach

sion opens Feb. 23 and closes percent raise. Presiding at the mas twas Your duties were to organize one is the speed of sound) to con-
March 2.Mission. Comdr. Robert H. Smith, exe- schedule and coordinate a com- tinuously watch an area to make
ligion at Siena College; was assigned cutive officer, filling in for com- prehensive intramural and var- sure he isn't over a highly pop-
in 1938 to Dominican Mis- manding officer Capt. Elliott W. sity sports program; to set up ulated region. The layman must
Opens sion Band, Washington; conducted Parish Jr.Sommers'. and coordinate tournaments; to remember, too, that at 30,000 feet
Mission and Retreats throughout integrate and create master schedule the city of Jacksonville looks likea
Lenten SeasonAt the East; in 1946 was in citation reads, in I for composite facilities; and postage stamp.INCIDENTALLY.
charge of the Southern Mission I to arrange maintenance of the the Mach
Band, Columbia, S. C. above facilities and to furnish number is determined by the
St. Edward'sThe He designed, and built in 1949, I| CPO Notes( !II IIThe timely notice on activities to speed of sound under existing

Lenten Season at St. Ed- the first i complete Catholic other departments of the Station." conditions at all times. The speedof
will witha Church on Wheels to take second VIP Luncheon of sound is controlled by air tem-
Chapel open
a big success. Another one is peratures. The lower the air temperature
around towns and villages to the held the Chief -
mission beginning Sunday, Feb. year was
scheduled this Saturday, with the the slower sound travels
23 and ending March 2. show people a Catholic Church.He Petty Officer's Club yesterdaywith
entertainment cooking
group up and as
temperature the
goes up,
became founder of the First Rear Adm. Wendell G. Swit-
This series of instructions and some special events. faster is sound.
Closed Retreat House in the zer, Commander Fleet Air Jack-
devotions for the spiritual wel- Something new has been addedto The term Mach was named for
southeast in Kingstree, S. C. sonville, on hand to talk to the
will be con- the routine at the
fare of the people Sunday an Austrian physicistphychologist -
ducted by the Very Rev. Patrick Father Walsh has preached and assembled CPOs from all the Club. In addition to the evening Ernst Mach, who experimented -
outfits the station.
Walsh, O. P. P. G. lectured in practically every on dancing from 8-11, Dick Mc- with sensory perception and
state this side of the Mississippi.No The first VIP meeting, held in
A native of Brooklyn, Father Meeken will sit at the piano from the speed of sound.
Walsh entered the Dominican stranger to Florida, he has January, had a good turn out, 4 until 7 with songs and acts to The Mach number is reachedby
Missions here for 40 with Capt. Elliott Parish Jr. NAS
preached match.To the
Order in 1927. After ordinationin dividing actual speed of
1934, he acted as Chaplain at pastors Jax commanding officer, as special round out the weekend, the plane by the'speed of sound.
the U. S. Soldiers' Home in The schedule follows: guest. Friday night remains a favorite (Next Week the Jax Air News
Washington, D. C. After assign- Morning Masses, 0615 and 0800; The Saturday night dance has family night with family enter- will cover the Sonic Boom as
ment with St. Peter's Church, Evening devotions, 1930; and con- been growing, and the Heart tainment scheduled to keep related to pressure and effectson
Memphis, Tenn.; he taught re- fessions after all exercises. dance on Feb. 14 was considered everyone happy. structures.)


4 JAX AIR NEWS 20 February 1958 -

Hospital Here Begins Centralized < / F'II <,

Tray Service For Ward PatientsThe .'. ,
.::.. ;0>' r.

Food Service office at
the Naval Hospital has inau- bread, and one of three beverages. ACCORDING TO Lt (jg) R. L, :..

gurated a new serving system, Patients i receive a regular Hartley, Food Service Officer, the LI

which saves time and man- "house diet" for the first two new centralized tray system was I

power and provides patients days at the hospital.Hot designed primarily for direct pa- L

with hot appetizing meals of foods are kept hot by pre- tient care.giving them hot appe-

their own choice. heating the china dish at 500 degrees tizing meals of the correct tex- : I
for about two hours and ture, warmth, and secondly, to" _
The which
new system, incorp-
utilization of the banquet ring help alleviate corpsmen and I
orates a banquet ring to keep the _
dry heat container. nurses from food service to direct -
meals hot, allows the patient to _
Trays come off the assembly patient care and nursing. ___ .
; : I
c h 0 0 sed from the same menu : : t::: .
table complete except for bever- Naval Hospital Jax is one of :; .: i
served throughout the hospital to ..... :.
... .,
.:. .. :.
age and soup. These are carriedon three Naval Hospitals which use .... .
enlisted personnel, officers and : I
nurses. the tray carts in large, ac- such a system. The local hospital ,
cessible vacuum jugs and are food costs for January ran only I
THE PATIENT is presented served to the trays on the wards. 99-cents a day, per patient, whichis
with the menu two days in ad- This reduces to the minimum the the'lowest cost of any hospitalin

vance, which he fills out and re- work and selection on the wards. the Navy. .
turns to the Food Service office k' 1
__ _
one day ahead of serving time. m..m.
y .. CAREFUL MAN, THAT'S HOTI-Robert Dunbar, (right) I
This new centralized tray sys- t is telling Joseph Strain to be careful with the banquet rings used !
tem permits each tray to be com- a to keep food hot under the Naval Hospital Jax's new central I !
pletely assembled under direct :. ; :. ized tray system. The disc Dunbar Is holding has been pre I
heated for a minimum of two hours at 500 degrees Fahrenheit. I
supervision of the Food Service

Department.Centralized assembly of all { <. Hostess Group Knows Info j

ward4rays in the department affords -

greater opportunity for On Overseas ConditionsOrdered
planning, controlled and increases

accuracy, uniformity and neat- to an unfamiliar duty station? Undoutedly you have

This service insures hot appe- many questions concerning type of housing, schools and transportation -

tzing meals to each patient, with available or even the type of clothes needed.

the desired moisture, freshness, The Armed Forces Hostess As-
color and appetite appeal. The sociation was founded to answer number in family, sex and age

work load and time consumptionof these and other questions that of children, type of schools +

tray assembly for serving on you may want answered before desired, or other information that
wards is reversed from the nurs- < arrive at can be helpful to the staff mem-
you your new duty
es and corpsmen to food service station. i ber preparing a reply to your

personnel.THE query
TRAY assembly unit was ice wives, the Association is the '

built by the Hospital maintenanceforce only volunteer service i in the I

using a 23-foot long, 32-inch world to supply information to I
wide standard steam table, 1/8 service personnel world wide.

h.p. motor and a rubberized con- __ Staff members r: ( 1
-- "'y""" '' who take a
veyer belt at the! cost of approxi- IT LOOKS GOODI-Says Naval Hospital Jax patient D. L. two-day intensive training
mately $253. Barns. AN as he Jooks at lunch brought to him by fellow course
This unit if from patient Pvt. P. J. Padvano. Under the new centralized tray and work one day every two
purchased a
system at the Hospital a patient from each ward goes to the weeks, readily answer questionsby
manufacturer would have cost galley and picks up a cart already loaded with a complete telephone or letter on every-
$11,770. lunch pre-selected by each patient. thing from whether babysitterscan
Food preparation and tray assembly -
be hired to the electrical
for regular and special cycle in Zanzibar. y
diet patients are brought to the Light Photo Squadron 62
Also maintained in their files '
one assembly table and trays assembled ....
i in order, whether 0 n is-a comprehensive source of in-
regular or special diet. Moves To Cecil FieldOne formation overseas.on aspects of familylife With TheToastmasters

The food service manager, the
dietitian or their assistants, standsat of Naval Air Station Jacksonville's largest single units, QUESTIONS ABOUT your new

the head of the assembly table I Light Photographic Squadron 62, which has been quartered here for duty station should be mailed Another sizeable gathering, including -
and controls flow of I almost seven years, is moving this week to NAS Cecil Field. together with a self-addressed
I guests, were on
the line, the portioning of the Comprised of over 500 men and stamped envelope to: hand for Tuesday night's Navy
' 89 officers with 44 aircraft VFP62 fly with cameras instead of guns The Armed Forces Hostess As-
ti hot and cold foods onto the patient Civilian Toastmasters' meetingat
to have are known as "the eyes of thefleet" sociation, the pentagon, Room
was expected
I tray and to insure the pa- com- Karl ,Hellenthal's.
,: tient receives their selections of pleted the move by today. and their mapping, route I 1A736, Washington 25, D. C.
studies and oblique shots are I Make sure that you indicate Three instruction phases of
: food items. COMMISSIONED
:I + as Composite often the sole source of inform-I branch of service, rank or rate, Speechcraft, plus three regular
type menu allows Squadron 62 in January 1949 at
ation in time of war. definite location of new station, speeches highlighted the program.
i'l the patient to select one of NAS Norfolk, the squadron came Phase III of Speechcraft had
five entrees; one of two starches; to NAS Jax' in October 1950, Milo Jones
expounding on "Buck
one of three salads; one of three moved to Cecil in March 1951 wsalh Fever "
I r ; T. A. Wilkinson on "De-
desserts; one of four types of and back again to NAS Jax in "
I veloping Self Confidence; and
October 1952. Ernie Newberg on "Hurdles to be
I P03 Test Day Basic mission of the photo Jumped."
+ squadron is "to train and main-
Aburey Silvey delivered "Mo-
, For 24 Rates tain the readiness of units for
bility, Answer to Survival "
k. : $ ; ;
' To Be May 1 carrier-based of photographic designated tar-reconnaissance j .: Floyd Barnes, "Badminton;"

while Lee Napier gave his Ice-
Examination for advancementto gets in areas of naval operations." breaker.

E-4 will be given May 1 for Though it has been said that
' 24 of the Navy's most technical JO percent of unusable intelligenceof Toastmaster was Carl Mc-
ratings. World War II came from r Cranie, with Tom Forrest as

The exams reportedly are for aerial photography, no formal master evaluator. Speech evaluators -

sailors who will become eligible training course existed to pro- r-T were Melvin Hawker, Al Si-

after the February exams and duce qualified photo pilots until monds, and Gordon King.

for those who will not partici- the forming of VFP-62. Next week's meeting at Cum-

pate in them. THE PHOTO squadron has berland Road Community Cen-

Navy Times quoted the Navyas grown so, that it provides de- ter at 1900 will feature phases

saying it wants only men who tachments of photo configured IV of Speechcraft Training, plus

are "actually worthy of advance- fighter aircraft and specially the usual array of regular speakers. -

ment" to take part in the tests. trained photo pilots to deploying .

Active duty personnel, exclud- attack carriers on the East Coast.

ing TARS, will be tested in May' Originally this squadron flew John: "Have any of your child-

for promotion in the followingrates I Grumman F8F Bearcats and hood dreams been realized?

: Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsairs. -----. -. Bill: One of them. When
AEM3, AE13, AG3, AQB3, Today the unit flies Grumman's EVERYTHING GOES-All hands "turn to" in Operation mother combed hair I usedto my
AQF3, ATR3, ATS3, ATN3, CT3, F9F-8P Cougars_ and Chance Big Move for Light Photographic Squadron 62 which is moving wish I didn't have
EM3, ETN3, ETR3, ETS3, GS3, Vought's new supersonic F8U-1P from NAS Jax to NAS Cecil Field. Over 500 men. 88 officers any.
44 aircraft and 30 tons of material
GF3 IC3, OM3, RD3, RM3 SM3 Crusaders. compose the elements of The
Big Move. Hoisting a crate into the track are (left to right) Tony A faucet drips because it can't
' TM3, SOS, UT3, and QM3. These photo fighter pilots who Pappalardo. SN E. H. Mills. A03 and Dale Smith. SN. sniff.Page .



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i r $3MRIVI :' For BerthsA I ::Ii,:; ..5k

'.<, ., + .s' PORJ', .S' I j t'i 'S Y

} f', ms ; : I small group of swimming r'r 4
,., enthusiasts have been going
1> : : I '
F. ':\," 'J'.;. IJ' I through their daily grinds at
the Indoor Pool in an effort to

form some semblance of a varsity
swimming team.
Although scheduling is still Incomplete -

it is expected that ma- ; ;

jority of competition will be a-

gainst colleges and universitiesin

Florida and Georgia and other
military squads.
'55 : Events to be covered includethe
1SS S, as'S 50 yard and 100 yard free-

style sprints, 200 yeard breast

stroke, 200 yard backstroke, 200 r

k 'kyr yard butterfly, 400 yard medley '.
relay, 400 yard freestyle relay

and the fancy dive. I I Ia Ij Is
Those showing promise in ear- I il;

ly workouts are Chuck Willis,

Jack Parks, Pete Talbert and

Y Dick Jedlicki.
y Interested applicants with past
'4iC K ib.MS.
a experience in competitive swim-

ming are welcome to try out for

team berths at the Indoor Pool

daily from 1600 to 1800.
:. ,
... ., Long-shot players might like to .: :
:- '-::' "- --- --- ; ;::
TEAM MEMBERS-Three members of the Jax know that the all-time US highin Wt:
Navy swimming team try out the waters at the Indoor Swim daily double payoffs was .)t

ming Pool here in preparation for the coming season. Left to $10,772.40, on Aug. 14, 1939, at LONE WOMEN INTRAMURAL BOWLER The only
right are Pete Talbert, Chuck Willis and Dick Jedlicki. Team
women member of a men's bowling team competing in intram-
Washington Park, Ill.
sessions being held at 1600 to 1800.
practice are daily ural action aboard the Station, Frances Curwen lets one fly
-- -
Walter Mathews of the Wilder down the alley. A Marine Tech Sergeant who hails from Wal- I
Howard Lone AC. Mathews, running from tham. Mass., she is attached to Marine Aviation Detachment at
lax To Host NATTCenter. and bowls for the MAD crew in Center competition.
GG Winner his opponent from the opening
bell, was tagged several times

[6ND Regional Jax Navy's boxing team by Howard, but failed to go Crackerjax On The Move

gathered enough points to take down. ; I
fourth place honors in the William Aybar, fighting at

Cage MeetsDefending Golden Gloves held last week, 112( pounds for Jax put up a Dump Island Gals 1'vice

with just two boxers repre- I good showing until he was cut

champion Jax Navy senting the Navy in the Open above the left eye, and the .
The Jax h'ad ---- -------
will play host to the Sixth Naval Division. ref ere stopped the fight, Navy Crackerjax !
full schedule of last week to Pepsi-Cola five, 37-31.
a games ,
( basketball tournament
District Lawrence Howard, fighting awarding the contest to Lamar
Feb. 26 with the Stallion's winning four while dropping one, Next victims of the Waves were
[ginning his third engagement of the Linton, of Union Bag Co., of
Mainside also selectedfiMjthe increasing their seasons mark to the Prudential\ lassies, falling 32-
Gym meet took an easy victory from Savannah, Ga.
} site for the South Atlantic read, 17-10. 24 in a City League game. Chris

[Regional basketball tourney beginning Action for the week got under- Cotton hit for 14, while Jessie

t March 3. way when the Waves engagedthe I Riddle, added seven.

The Fliers, now sporting a 15- Gulf 1 Life quintet in City On Saturday and Sunday, a

,; 11, record, hold the finest won- League play, and emerged witha tough Parris Island women's team
'. lost record among 6ND teams in 36-33 win. Chris Cotton was invaded the local court for a pairof

[the tournament during the past high scorer with 19 points. games, winning the first in

[four" years. Always strong in THE WEEK'S ONLY loss was overtime, 58-55, and the second,

l ournament play, the Fliers have I 5142.

[captured the 6ND crown three out ? Center Hoop The! first game was deadlocked,

[ .four; years.The 5151. The Marines scored firstin
KJ tourney is expected the three minute overtime but
46ND I 'SAd ;'X' Y ii' <3 YeY'F r 3tF a Y'iyCYt'FF'.,, Race Heads ,
[to draw some eight or ten teams, I the Waves bounced back to takea
hile the Regional i will pit 54-53, and were never again

iampions of the Sixth, Fifth,' t5A; w rtfa For The WireWith headed.

ghth, 10th and 15th Naval Dis- FINE DEFENSIVE play by
S one week remaining in
r cts.Y the NATTCenter, intramural basketball guards Jessis Riddle, Judy Boz-,

league, the race will con- man, and Darla Wilson coupled,

tinue down to the wire, with the with Chris Cotton's 39 points, and.
\!STRIKES ''{ 4it Support Splinters leading the Carolyn Johnson's 17, impressedthe
k large audience on hand to
,. pack with a 10-2 record.
it : witness the contest.
SPARES .< : ai Close behind the Marine Avia-
w Sunday afternoon's game wasa
tion Detachment and the Spar-
battle until the fourth
SPLITSFasron kies of AE, both won 9-2 records. quarter
{ when the sharpshooting Cotton
Last week's action found the
% .. iced the game for the Waves. Cot-
Six, sporting a 13-3 ,, J Support Splinters taking a 59-30
k y t R f; S 5 pf ton was high scorer with 31, and
ecord edged into the number 4 5/' f decision from the Missilemen of for
Johnson added 12, the 51-42
fine position in the Mainside Nat- 4 NAWS, and the Storekeepers win.

nal Bowling League, dropping downing Aviation Fundamentals,
ARTU to a second place tie 72-47.

ith Operations. f fs' The Marine Aviation Detach- Fliers Drop 3;

VAII-1 No. 1, with a 15-5 mark, ment kept pace with the Splinters -

|s in third place.ComFairJax by downing the Missilemen, Home For 2

remains atop the 64-34, while the big game of the

erican League loop with a y, vSPW fx week found the Support Splinters Victimized in its last three

31,2.21,2 record, VP-18 is secondith winning a do-or-die game outings, Jax Navy's hardwood

16-4. Dispensary is tied for from the Sparkies of AE, 66-49. combine faces Charleston, S. C.
hird place with VP-5, both
The Storekeepers met the Ord- MineLant tonight and Lake Shore
learns have won eight and lost
tr Presbyterian Church Saturday.
nancemen of AO in a make up
our. game, winning the contest, 55- Both games are at Mainside
VA-44 holds High Game honors '
46, and then downing the "AO Gym.
for both leagues with a 2523.
five in the scheduled game, 5146to The Fliers fell before Old
I Action last week saw Com-
t'n wind up action for the week. Southern Foods and Eglin AFB
FairJax win over 679th No. ,1; .
1III'IIi': --' -a by identical scores of 63-59, and
[Disbursing suffered a defeat at REALLY' RIDING HIGH-John Parker, leaping forward for STANDINGS Won LOla succumbed to Pensacola Navy,
[the hands of VW-4, No. 3, while the Support Splinters goes high in the air to connect for two. SupSpllnli 10 2 86-59. Concidentally the Fliers
I Dental downed NARTU. points against the Sparkles of AE School in last week's actionin AC School 9 2
MarArD 9 2 tallied 59 points in each of the
intramural baaketba111eague. Looking on
Dispensary won over the NAS the NATTCenter AK School 7 3
the left is team mate Dale Kotlke, while AE's Charles Bauman AO School 4 7 three frays.
[Officers; Hospital lost to VA15B ((6))-throws up a hand trying to halt the high flying Parker Sup. AvFund .. 2 1 10 9NavAlrW I The Fliers are now 15-17 for
and pi
; Supply walloped VA-44 port Splinters won the game, 6649. to give them first place in AGO School* 0 7 the .
[ VA-176 downed VW-4, No. 2. the standings. Dropped oat of INvue \ i season.L


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6 JAX AIR NEWS 20 February 1958

VAH-1 VA-15, VP-18, VA-104, VA-172 EmployeesContinued

I ( from page 1))
results of a group of regularly
Scouting SquadronsVAH1 Id tL assigned subordinates and do not

officiate in matters of perfor-

Ikiii& mance ratings, discipline, dis-
R. M. Browne, YN1; M. F {? 4 .
charge or promotion of other
A seven pound, seven ounce Crews, AO1; R. L. Isenbletter,
boy was born to Comdr and Mrs. AD2. Recipients of the'Good Con- employees.ALL .

William Spiegel on February 10, duct Medal, first award, were: CIVILIAN employees,
at St. Vincent's Hospital. Comdr. V. F. Tennant, ADR3; G. C. Pitt- supervisory and non-supervisory,
Spiegel is skipper of "Heavy man, AE2; and T A. Hood, are eligible to be nominated for
election to the Civilian
One." AMS3. serve on
R. G. McKee Comdr. Durio Employee Food Services Board
On February 10, congratulated the
AQC, was presented with a following personnel for success- and the Civilian Employee Wel-
trophy for his outstanding per- fully competing in the August ;tAY fare and Recreation Association.
formance in the past bombing 1957 service wide examinationfor ,4''' Only members of the Employees'

derby. The presentation was advancement in rating: G. C. Mutual Death Benefit Societymay

made by Irving Applebaum, Pittman, AE2; H. C. Casteel, AO- be nominated and electedas
Douglas Aircraft representative.The 2; D. L. Ochoa, ADR3; D. J. trustees for the Society.
following men of VAH-1 McMullen, ADR3; E. J. March, The Jax Air News will carry a
were advanced to third class on ADR3; R. N. Shaver, ADR3; V. list of the nominees prior to

Feb. 16: T. J, Meyers and J. W. F. Tennant, ADR3; T. A. Hood, tsa election date which has been set

Mobley, both to AE13; F. L. AMS3; W. E. Large, A03; and for March 12. Further informa-

Christian, R. B. Meyer, P. S. I D.,J, Peterson, ADR3. The squad- tion regarding voting will also
Sokoloff, and J. T. Schulze, all to ron's operational commitmentshas be contained in a future issueof
AMS3 J. Hurt F. J. the Jax Air News. All em-
; M. AQB3 earlier
prevented presentation (left) and Mary Hommel PN2 pour over files and 'reports' on
Kerestesy, ATR3; V. R. Askren, of advancement certificatesto personnel at Personnel Accounting section of NAS Personnel ployees are urged to take an
W. R. Clements, P. W. Johnson, the above personnel. Division. Located in the same office is the Receipts Section active part in the nominations to
and J. H. Richardson, all to ATN3. Following personnel inspection, keeper of many more files and records which tell of the who insure that representation on the
what, when and where of personnel.PAMI ,
the entire squadron held a "bag ---- _-- -_ various Boards and Committeeswill
VA-15 Inspection" which was concludedby provide them with the representation -

The Valions are well into their an early secure and a squadron Receipts Offices they desire.BREEZES.

basic training cycle and have beer bust at the Fleet Reserve ,
all-hands cooperation in keeping I Association Club in Orange

things. Smooth. Park. Here, all hands were treat- Functions Explained
We all extend our best wishes ed to a steak fry and plenty of Tom: "Mighty big tip you
for a fast recovery to executive 'cold ones." Room 139 on the main deck of the Main Administration Build- handed that hat check girl."

officer, Lcdr. B. B. Forbes Jr., The squadron, at this time, ing at NAS is just as inconspicuous as any other office, but a step Jim: "It seemed only fair. Lookat
abed with a foot injury.B. would like to bid "bon voyage" inside the door will provide one with understanding of an impor- the beautiful" new coat she
b. Pickard, ADAN, has been gave me.
ID: the following men who will be tant function.It .
selected as plane captainofthemonth. transferred to NAF Naples, Italy actually contains two separate
of new personnel coming aboardfor Most girls don't care whethermen
W. Tkacz AN J.
this month: ; sections: The-Personnel Account-
Congratulation to J. B. Buschon ships' have blue eyes or brown
D. Mills AN H. F. company.
; Castagna, ing handled jointly by Mary
his promotion to A T3. AA; G. E. Roberts, AA; R. E.I; Hommel, PN2, leading petty officer Harnois, transfer yoeman, interviews eyes as long as they have green-
A welcome aboard is extendedto Shepherd, AA; R. R. Morrison, in charge of the office, and all male personnel who *
Harry Jennings, AOC, and F. AA; and L. D. Berry, AA. Jerry Sansbury, PNSN; and Per- have orders to determine what
Holland, A02. leave and Some girls think the latest
sonnel Receipts, done by June day they advises them
suits are indecent. Others have
VA-172 Geron, PN2; Vivian Harnois, SN; regarding advance pay and travel
VP18A The "Blue Bolts" extend a Virginia Bowling, SA, and George pay, and how much leave they good figures.. .
highly successful party was welcome back to William Castro, Edwards PN3. I have on the books.
held at the Skeet Club, Feb. 14, AN, returning from participatingand Bowling is assistant transfer Hear about the two maggots
for officers of VP-18 and their qualifying for the NavAir- WORK IN PERSONNEL Accounting and assists Harnois. .vho were necking in dead Ernest?
1 ladies. is anything but simple yoeman .
Lant Boxing Team. Congratulations Edwards is TAD and Shore
informal featured and the work is voluminous.
The party an paper Theysatlikethisupontheseatwith
are also extended on his recent Patrol yoeman. He prepares all
outdoor barbecue and group Hommel and San s bur y now and then a kiss.
marriage to the former Miss shore patrol and TAD orders,
singing to the accompaniment of Mary C. Schuler of Shenandoah, handle all PAMI (personnel accounting most of which are prison chasers, Then h e said some foolish .
ukuleles played by Lts (jg) machine installation) thing,
Pa. for any men going to school ona
Vaugh and McCauley. Recent new arrivals to VA172are reports. They also prepare diar- returnable quota.CONSTANTHer. And then they sat like this.4E .
The aboardLt. ies not only for ships
welcomed company
squadron ,
K ri i
Albert J. el, AA, and
Paul who in but also for commis-
Mulloy reported George E. Work Jr., AA. School HonorsGo
from VA-172. Other new arrivals sary store, service craft (NAS To ThompsonRobert

include William Fisher, AD2; MDBS Payments Due Operations Boathouse personnel), L. Thompson AEMAN,
Fred ADJ3 Bolles School (instructors) Dis-
Sheperd. Eugene ,
Lake Ind. the
Mutual Death Benefit Society of Pleasant was
Tuten, AMS3. ease Vector Control Center, and
members are reminded that assessment honor man in last week's gradua-
TAR (transfer and administration -
Nos. 89 and 90 are due tion at the Aviation Electrician'sMate
VA.104 by Feb. 28.Positively. of Reserves.) School Class A at NATT-
Comdr. Jack N Durio, skipper, no assessment will Personnel Accounting person- <.5 1 Center

conducted personnel inspectionFeb. be accepted after this date. I nel also handle a directory serv- Thompson, who entered the
14, of personnel and presented ice for persons attempting to Navy in August, 1956, will reportto
the following men with lettersof She: "Surely you didn't drive locate personnel aboard the Sta- VAP-62 for duty .
commendation for their out- last night in your condition?" tion and they maintain all "500"

standing performance of duties: He: "Had to. I couldn't walk." cards. These particular cards, alphabetically -

.n,.: filed, possess every 'CLIJSSlrlED
bit of data and necessary inform-
I r- J i '-Y 't ation concerning personnel. They For Rent

prepare all daily, weekly, monthly 3-Bdrm Unfurn. House on

and quarterly reports includ- Black Cree $90 Mo. CO 4-8772.
ing shore duty survey, and last Cherry or Ext-721.
but not least assign cooks
1-Bdrm Furn. Cottage on Black
and cleaners.IN hYs
compartment Creek. $45 Mo. CO 4-8772.

ment, Geron, who is receipts :4 [4k Cherry.2-Bdrm.or new Ext-721.Apt. 1139 LauraSt.

yoeman, takes care of records
Will share with settled wo-

man. $27.50 each and utilities.EL .
Dungaree JacketGiven 4-4770. Faudel. r
3-Rm. Apt. All Elec. Child ac-
ReprieveDungaree cepted. 3668 Boone Pk Ave. $60

L .4 M jackets has been Mo. Lewis.
given a temporary reprieve, according New Furn. Gar. Apt. 1548 Lan-
3. ? to Navy Times. caster Ten on river. EL 4-7390
__4' rry},y The jacket, declared obsoletelast after 4 p.m. Holland.

July and their sale in Navy I 1-Bdrm new Duplex Apt. 5934
Wesconnett Blvd. 5-Mi. to NAS.
clothing stores stopped, are now
available again at Small Storesat ;v $75 Mo. EV 8-6362. Oakley.For .

50-cents each. Of: Sale
They are well-known as tried :...C, ',.a az 1-Bdrm 28-Ft. 1952 House-
and tested garments that pro- < Y 5' Trlr. Air-condit. On Doctor's
?,, Lake. Ext-8684. Zuccone.Miscellaneous .
a tect men assigned to clothes-
soiling work.

__._.u.______ __.u... name usedto Lost: A bob-tailed, blue-eyed
RETIRED TO FLEET RESERVES:.James Barnes,"AMC of "Poor Danny died from drink- be Kathryn Grant: today it's female Siamese cat missing from
Operations is "piped over the side" into civilian life. Barnes, ing shellac. "Well. at least he hada Mrs. Bing Crosby. She used to Dewey Park, 3210-A Blair St.
shown returning the salute of the lideboys retires into the be a good looking gal. She still Belford.Page .
since Jan. 28. Mary
fine finish. is.
Fleet Reserves after 20 years' active service.