Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 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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/ I Stray Doss Held Station; Nuisance 1 j m


Attention has been called to rected to pick up and impound Dog owners are held respon-

NAS Jax Instruction 5512.7A, all stray or unsupervised dogs. sible for the conduct of their
which deals with the owning One recent incident involvedan
pets 'and must keep them under -
:D f pets aboard the station. unregistered dog which had
Due to recent complaints not received rabies vaccina- proper supervision at all

regarding"unsupervised" dogs, tion and which bit a civilian times, in accordance with the
R Station police have been di- employee. NAS Jax Instruction

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VoL 15 No. 45 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Florida 27 February 1951

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CANADIAN NAVYMEN HERE Members of the Royal '.. !i::
Canadian Navy are gathered around their plane prior to a flight Added Stress ,
by three of them to tow gunnery targets. Ready for takeoff is !
II- Lt. D L. Chiddenton (on wing) with Petty Officer First Class r rAq : j
Roy Suthers (left). Leading Seaman Reg Cochran and Able Sea. On 1'
man Bob Boggii.! The Canadians have been here almost a month MoralityThe :
assisting ships of Canada operating off Mayport. (

importance of moral res- .

CANADIAN QUARTET ponsibility in leadership will be f/., ".
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stressed under a new training fi: \
program ordered by Secretaryof i ;' ,. :
HERE FOR MONTHAlmost ... ] 'i....
the Navy Thomas Gates Jr., ;; .2i;.. ; J ':i
lost among thousands of Canadian sailors from according to Navy Times. : : :

ships operating off Mayport are three men and one "Le ten. The new program will aim at ;)f .J ''

ant" who are "stationed" at NAS Jax for a month. the health y
promoting morals and
The four came here from RC-
NAS Shearwater, Halifax, Nova (Royal) Canadian' hip Bona- spiritual values of all military z
personnel. Officers and POs will
Scotia for a month's stay to tow venture.
be expected to set high stand-
gunnery targets for Canadian de- THEIR ASW Avenger is equip- ards to be followed by their

stroyers operating in this area. ped with a wench and towing subordinates. Their conduct mustat
LIEUTENANT (P) (for pilot)
equipment for the radar reflector all times be exemplary, both
D. L. Chiddenton is the officer-in
on duty and off duty.
target, which measures about 20
charge and pilot of the Avenger. FIRST OVER THE TOP Lcdr. Clarence
Rich (center)
Details the -
feet and trails the plane ata on new training
Assisting is Petty Officer First long NATTCenter Special Service Officer, extends congratulations to
Class Roy Suthers, Leading Sea- distance of about one-mile. program have been worked out Catherine Little, (left) leading civilian employee in the depart-
man Reg Cochran and Able Sea- The old Avenger is one of the by a Joint Navy-Marine Corps ment, and M/Sgt. Steve Mayer, division keyman, on being the
study group under the direc- first division at NATTCenter: to go over their goal in the Na-
man Bob Boggis.All last ones in Use by the RCN. tion of CNP. tional Health Agencies and Care and Crusade for Freedom joint
are members of Utility campaign now in progress aboard the Station. Special Services
Squadron 32 from Shearwater. The group will leave tomorrow The group's report and recom- contributed 115% of its goal.Servicemen.

Lt Chiddenton, Suthers and (Friday) to return to Shearwater.All mendation are now being pre-

Cochran arrived at N A S Jax expressed approval of Jack- pared for presentation to Sec. Inventors
several weeks ago in their Nav Thomas Gates Jr.
sonville and the hospitable treat-
Avenger, while i I Boggis came The new program is expectedto
ment they have received while
down aboard Her Majesty's be a broadening of( the current
here but had expected somewhat character guidance program, May Receive AwardsServicemen
weather this far south.
which the Navy nQw conductsfor

Federal Pay .. its personnel in recruit working side-by-side with civilians may get an
2 training, service schools, forces even break if a bill introduced Rep. Charles Teague of Californiais
afloat and at OCS. passed.

Hike Passes I The bill would provide servicemen -

with cash awards for inventions -

Annua11nspection Of or money-saving sug-

One HurdleThings i gestions comparable to awards

already given civilians.
were looking up for NARTU Units SlatedSome THE AMOUNT awarded wouldbe

some 1,000 classified (graded) determined by how much their
1,000 Naval and Marine 1
civil service of
employees invention or suggestion saves the
The reservists hail from in and
Air Reservists in this will
NAS Jax this week when the area government.A .
around Jacksonville, as well as
don uniforms
tomorrow (Friday)
federal hike
proposed pay award
military suggestion
H from numerous cities throughout
for NARTU's annual military inSpection
sailed over one hurdle on its proposal has been kicking around
: conducted by the Chiefof Florida and from as far away as
way to passage.The Columbia, S. C. the Pentagon for a number of
'Naval Air Reserve
House Post Office Com- Trainingand but reportedly has been
Adm. Caldwell assumed com- years
Commander Marine Air Re-
a- ,
mittee Tuesday approved pay ; :: mand of the NARTU on Nov. 10, i
raises for 1% million federal serve Training. 1956, relieving Rear Adm. Dan V. I (Please turn to Page 8. Col. 5.)

classified and postal workers, re- THIS YEAR'S review marks Gallery, and becoming the sixth '
the tenth annual military inspec-
troactive to last August.
Chief of Naval Air Reserve
Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell. tion for the local "Weekend War- Use of West
However, it must be kept in Training.HE .
mind that the Post Office Com- BECAME a Naval aviatorin
mittee is just one committee T On hand to inspect both active 1930. Adm. Caldwell's assign- Gate UrgedDrivers

acting on the bill, and acted on duty and "weekend" reservistswill ments range from Head, Physical who attempt a left
just one version of it. be Rear Adm. Henry 11.1 Training I Department at An- turn on Roosevelt Blvd. from

The version of the pay hike Caldwell and Brig. Gen. Frank napolis to commanding officer of the Station Main Gate during

which the committee approved E. Croft. the USS Coral Sea. rush hours create a road haz-

would give postal workers pay The inspection party is expected Gen. Croft, who 11 k e Adm. ard, impeding regular flow of
boosts ranging from 18 percentin f ih to arrive at 1300, at which Caldwell is an 'Annapolis graduate traffic.To .
lowest grades to 10 percent in time active duty personnel of received his Marine aviator expedite the smooth flow

the highest. Classified workers NARTU, under c o m man d of designation in 1930. of traffic, it's requested that

would get pay hikes from 10.5 Capt. N. O. Anderson, and the : Prior to his, present assign- all persons driving south between -
percent in lower grades to \2Vi Marine Air Reserve Training De- ment, Gen. Croft served in the the hours of 1530 and

percent in the highest grade. The tachment, commanded by Lt. Col. Far East as Assistant Commanderof 1630, leave the Station by way
increases are almost twice as R. W. Teller, will be inspected. the First Marine Aircraft of the West Vehicle Gate.

much as those previously recom- EVENING CEREMONIES will Wing. This is located at the foot

mended. JLBrig. begin at 2000 in NARTU Hangar Headquarters for the Chiefs of of Birmingham avenue about

The'bill must still pass throughthe ... 113, where the civilian-sailors/ Naval and Marine Air Reserve one-fourth of a mile southof

House and Senate before it ., marines, representing virtually all Training are located at N A S the Main Gate. \

reaches the .President's desk. Gen F. E. Croft. walks of life, will be reviewed. Glenview, 111.


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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS February

Jtl '{ -.ufs ." ., :.AWith( \ .t.tn,

NAS, Jickionylllr
Crept Elliott W. Parish Jr. Commanding Officer
Comdr Robert 11. Smith. Executive OfficerCommander
FU.1 Air .rackIODYUI. r,
Rear i> t
Adm Wendell O. Switzer A
Capt S. S. Searcy, Jr. .... .. .. .. ....... .. Chief of Staff
Fl... Air Wing Et.v.n 3
Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence .. . .. CommanderChief t
Capt. Thomas S. .. ...... .. ... .. Staff Officer
WhiteNavaljAlr Technical Training Center ,
Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. .. .. .... '. ......... I Commanding Officer
Comdr, Wilfred E. Fleshman : : :. :::::.::. :... . Executive Officer

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy Naval.... .. ..Hospital... ..... ..... ... .. .. Commanding Officer
Capt. Marcy Shupp .. '.' Executive Officer t
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ... . Commanding Officer / TheToastmasters
Comdr. William E. Hardy ... .. Executive Officer

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida I r
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXoS P-39 I 4Y.r
Rev Nov. 1943. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Technical Training : MYwvwi! ,
Naval Air Station Naval Air r
Center Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Navy Civilian i l i Toastmasterhave 4*
Naval Hospital. selected their representativein
Service Information Officer Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter, Jr.
Ass't. S10 Andrew H Planey the Toastmasters Area Speech ;
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holme PHI; John Xsbell, CPO t ,
JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Mary Ann Klrchner SA; Staff Photographer Jim Contest March 13 at the
Moore. PH3. Club here. Don Moran, presidentof
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. :r.: .'
Material apparing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit III the club, will carry the ban '. l >
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo-
graphll. ners for the Civilians in their .. i ir.
Editorial offices! located In Room 230, Main Administration Building.Phone quest for the Fur-lined gavel. ....
extensions 8164 8346 172 or 216. .
Moran was selected at Tuesdaynight's jwo.
.,".,",<<.-.-. ,,,_
session at CumberlandRoad If( ,", .. ... fI-
Cerebral Palsied Arthritics Center. The meeting featured TOASTMASTERS' GUESTS-Honored guests at the most

instructions in Phase IV of recent meeting of the Jax Navy Toastmasters Club 546 (Officers)
with Mevin Hawker Capt. Normon O. Anderson (left), commanding officer of NARTU
Blind Look To Us For Speechcraft, and Capt. Elliott W Parish Jr. (right), commanding officer of
HelpThis speaking on "Opening the
NAS Jax, listen attentively as club members expound on "George
speech;" Gordon King on "Bodyof Washington." Capt. Sidney Lawrence, Commander Fleet Air
the Speech;" and Andy Wing Eleven was also an honored guest. In the center is Comdr
( is the second in a series of articles dealing with agencies Planey spoke on "Closing the Hal Riveland, a member of the club.
Involved in the second annual National Health Agencies and Care "
Speech. Phase V will be held
and Crusade for Freedom fund raising campaign. This week, per-
next Tuesday at KarllIellenthal'srestaurant.
tinent data is offered on United Cerebral Palsy, Arthritis and
Rheumatism Foundation, and National Society for Prevention of .
Frank Roberts delivered his i
"hands up" oration "This Win
No Cure For Cerebral Palsy ,
dow." toastmaster was Ernie 15 '
Every 53 minutes a cerebral I palsied infant is born. Newberg, and Don Moran delivered fI

Through no fault of their own or their parents, many of the an impromptu on "The Ca-
10,000 babies born yearly will be unable to walk talk, eat- lil! Story." Toastmaster was Ernie (Fourth of a series of articles based on informaiton from the

will be unable to even experience the fun of childhood play. Newberg, with Bill Clearman and Interal Revenue Service.)

Cerebral Palsy usually occurs before, during, or at birth Mike Cascone as evaluators. Rod If you itemize deductions on page two of Form 1040 you can

It may occur later, though, as a result of an accident or a Pinney was master exaluator. deduct interest you paid on your personal debts, such as bank

serious illness. It is a disorder caused by damage to the motor bans and_n_ nnn home _mortgages._ -_
centers of the brain resulting in the loss or impairment of YOU CANNOT deduct interest -
The Navy, Army and Marine sonal property such as automobiles
muscle control. There is additional complications. Brain paid on money borrowedto
damage is not confined to one area of the brain so that these Officers of the Jax Navy Toast- buy tax-evempt securities or and television sets where

youngsters may also have handicaps with sight or vision, masters Club 546 held a business- single-premium life insurance, the interest charges arc not

may have siezures or convulsions, and sometimes mental im dinner meeting last Thursday at nor interest paid on behalf of separately stated.

pairment. the "O" Club, with three commanding another person unless you were The deduction allowed is six

There is no cure of cerebral palsy. Damage to the brainis officers as honored legally liable to pay it. per cent of the average unpaid

final and the handicap will be present for life. Much can guests. You can deduct a portion of monthly balance on the installment

be done however, to help cerebral palsied with their handicap Special guests for the eveningwere so-called "carrying charges" paidon purchase.

often enabling them to become self-supporting adults. Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., installment purchases of per- COMPUTE THE average unpaid

This involves many hours and often years of treatment by NAS Jax commanding officer; monthly balance by addingup

trained therapists. The expense would be impossible for Capt. Norman O. Anderson, the unpaid balance at the

families to meet themselves, but in many places it is provided skipper of NARTU, and Capt. beginning of each month and
NX Lowers
through local affiliates of United Cerebral Palsy.In Sidney J. Lawrence, Commander dividing the total by 12.

the area, United Cerebral Palsy of Jax offers physical Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Gas Prices, Sometimes money is borrowedon

occupational, and speech therapy, pediatric orthopedic The program, which had as its a discount basis. That is, the
supervision and other related services. Within the last year, theme; 'G eo r g e Washington," Effective at 0800 Wednesday interest is substracted in advance
featured talks by LieutenantsMack Feb. 26, the price of gasoline
174 individual children received service.A and you sign a note for a larger
small portion of funds received locally are forwardedto Bailey, Earl Schue Gene at the Navy Exchange was amount than you receive.If .

the national organization, primarily for research. Until Gauzzo, and Bill Baron. lowered one-cent per gallonon you report on the cash basis
cerebral be it will Toastmaster for the eveningwas both reguar and hi-test,
palsy can prevented, America'sNo. on your tax return, you may
One You Lou Sartor. due to a decrease in the cost
crippler. can help by giving to the National deduct this discount as interest
The club will hold a speakoffat price to the Exchange.The .
Health Agencies drive. Your help is their hope. only at the time you pay the
Arthritis Not A Disease Of Aged next Thursday's session to price will now be 27- note.

Arthritis is among America's foremost peacetime ene determine its representative in cents per gallon for regularand

mies. This disease not only disqualifies thousands from the the upcoming area Toastmasters 30.2-cents for hi-test.

Armed Services; it also strikes many men in the Servicesand speech contest. ComNab Six Staff

countless members of their families. More than 11,000,000

American men, women, and children suffer with some formof Admin. Post Goes
arthritis and rheumatism.It .

is conservatively estimated that these afflications cost

the nation almost two billion dollars every year in lost wage* To Comdr. MillerComdr.

lost purchasing power, welfare payments, medical expensesand William Miller assumedthe

lost income from Federal, State and local taxes. More of Staff Administration
than 30,000,000 people, nearly one-fifth of the U. S. population Officer for ComNab Six duringa

including the family of arthritics, are directly or indirectly : tr last Friday. relieV-
affected by the economic, social and medical aspectsof ceremony Thomas Cummmgs,
ing Comdr.
arthritics and rheumatism.
Comdr. Cummings will
Against these appalling statistics there stands only one of active
organized force-the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation.The retire after: 28 years

Foundation can do much to lick the problem, but it needs Naval service. 18 '.vr of
than yt
our support. Give today.A .
active duty to his credit. Comdr.
Lifetime Of Darkness For Some ranks

The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness Miller i entered, officer '::1d
ir: <
is the only voluntary national agency at work in all phasesor 1 through the NavCad progr n ))9W
sight conservation. It is a non-profit and non-sectarian won his covented wings

organization. Its program of research, education and preventive at Pensacola. ht was

service is supported entirely by gifts and bequests from Prior to coming here. Akron,
officer of NAS
members and friends. executive

The Florida committee of the National Society has branch {4; Ohio. assignments

chairman in 24 cities. It has an educational and information Among Comdr. Cummings' .

program for blindness prevention and protection of eye sight. J fit" r.H he served with a year patrol

The unit has professional advisors who are physicians special TAKES squadron for seven
NEW many
izing in opthamology in centrally located cities and towns in (right) discusses responsibiities POSITION of his- Comdr. William MUler during the WWII, spending .
Florida. Comdr. Thomas new assignment upon relieving hours aloft on wartime patrols.A

Blindness is a sad, tragedy. A gift from you will help to Administration Officer. Comdr.Cummings Cummings; (left) as retires ComNab to civilian Six Staff native of Syracuse, N wIfe Y"
tomorrow life J
save-some man, woman or child from a lifetime of darkness. comes here(Friday from post) after of 30 years active duty: Comdr. Miller Comdr. Cummings and his ,
executive officer at.NAS Akron Ohio.. plan to remain in Jacksonville.


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27-February 1958 SAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Biggest Subs Yet I LIf ILilLUFI'Li' I Minnesota Okays

Planned By NavyThe I 11 11 IflLE.a Korean BonusesBonus

Navy's three atompowered claims totaling nearly

submarines that will carry 5 million dollars have been approved -

the 1,500-mile Polaris ballistic I '' for Minnesota men and

missile will be the largest ever women who served in the armed
built. : forces during the Korean War.

The submarines will displace Eligible are those who ,served

5,600 tons, almost twice the .a for at least 30 consecutive days
; between June 27, 1950, and July
weight of this country's first
A 27, 1953, and who were residentsof
atomic sub, the 3,180-ton Nau- Minnesota for at least six

tilus, the Navy said. months prior to entering service.

These ballistic missile subs will Veterans who received the Kor-

be equipped with SINS, the ean Service Medal are eligiblefor
Navy's revolutionary new navi- bonus payment of up to
gation system, and with new $400. Others who served duringthe
stabilizing and electronics equipment Korean conflict may receiveup
I WANTED FOR STEALING! Affection, that ill! The "suipect" above is "Whiskerl" a petIquirrel to $200.Survivors.
attached to Lcdr. and Mri. G. H. Gilliam and their three children. "Whisken" was rescued -
The Japanese presently have from a dog by the Gilliams and was nurse] back to health. A house pet since last October, of veterans killed in
the biggest sub--5,223-ton craft I the frisky little fellow is completely tame. At the left, he's nibbling on a pecan, one of his favorite action are eligible for the full
well foods and in the shot, he's .
toys as as profile showing correct squirreletiquette for smoking cigarettes.
built late in WWII. (AFPS). I I $400.
T _._ -

it Qa2 arIfSr If You Crave Novelty In Life, I

: .5 'S } Try 'Adopting' A Pet SquirrelHow

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would I like to ; -
; wake you morning at says, "the expensive kind,"), but- the top and Whiskers was afraidto
ter (Of left on the table open), come down and it was only
4 0830 and begin day witha
y 5'- glass of fresh Florida your and lead tire I weights (which with a good deal of persuasionand
Comdr. Gilliam uses to balancethe after several vain attempts
That's the fate of a nice, plump treadmill in his cage), to retrieve him that he came backat
all. What did it take to get
squirrel named "Whiskers" who Whiskers has that admirable
S try t has been adopted by Lcdr. and tendency to "store things up fora him down? Mrs. Gilliam finally

Mrs. G. H. Gilliam and family, rainy day," only he never just simply called him and downhe

(Or maybe it's Whiskers who has seems to go back to them, once came.)
adopted the Gilliams.) I they're "buried." He buries thingsin Not the only pet in the house-

THE STORY of Whiskers, the the oddest places; like a sofa hold, Whiskers shares honors witha
squirrel who doesn't have any pillow (and then tries conscien- year-old, foot long alligator

idea he's a squirrel, began about tiously squirrel-like to cover up), appropriately named "Snappy"and
last Halloween, when the Gil- or perhaps a corner of the living two rather non-descript, but

hams, returning to their quartersin room. well-loved turtles.

Building 801, took him away The frisky little fellow won't During the Christmas holidays
from a dog.Whiskers. sleep unless he's covered by a when the Gilliams flew com-
had a broken paw blanket or unless he's with the mercially to Mrs. Gilliams homein

and was bleeding from 'the nose children since he was "lost" in Maryland, the two unusual
and mouth when the Gilliams constituted problems.
a tree about a month ago. pets some
took him in and patched him up (A DOG CHASED him up to I FOR INSTANCE would any

as best as .possible. They- didn't airplane carry a pet squirrel and
think he would last through the an alligator? Mrs. Gilliam flatly

9 : a. '. ; ..S a night, but sure enough he did Getting Vehicle PassNeedn't refused to call and ask on the
and has been improving ever grounds that the clerk might
Be Tedious
.mm...... u _.__ since. think she was out of her mind,
FEEDING TIME-Brett Gilliam, son of Lcdr. and Mrs. G. H. Whiskers took to people like a Personnel aboard the Station but finally did call and ask what
Gilliam has calmed the family's pet squirrel, Whiskers long duck takes to water, in spite of can speed up the process of pets were acceptable.In .
I enough to feed him milk. The active pet lost a good portion of the fact he's a rather ordinarygray getting a vehicle identification
his tail his treadmill. Lcdr. Gilliam is case you have a squirreland
once bushy running on squirrel and they are sticker and even save them
with Patrol Squadron 16. sup- an alligator, the answer is:
selves a second trip to the
posed to be the most difficult to cats and chickens.
Paw: "My motto is: Wear out train as pets. Pass Office by having four
the old one first." IN ADDITION to his morning things with them when they Comdr. Gilliam solved that
make their first trip.A problem by getting two large
fetch the juice, which he jumps on
Son: "Then you go orange ,
in the Caribbeanfor
wicker baskets
"must" for all who
horse, paw'" the dining table for until Mrs.
the two pets.
Gilliam gives it to him, Whiskers want a vehicle sticker include
likes hot tea, old chewing gum, 1) a valid driver's license; 2) True to good humor story form
HUMOR "And good fellow, what is
SALTY FROM my cake, buttered toast (he won't tag registration or license receipt Lhe Gilliams had the same plane
of the service ?
out ,
HERE AND THEREJohn she keeping asked you scornfully."The eat it unless it's buttered), cran- ; 3)) identification card/ crew on both the flight up and
berries, cherries, button-on-coats badge or pass, and 4) proof of back and just before the plane
was fond of parrots, and same thing that's keepingyou (preferably the children's coat liability insurance coverage of landed in Jacksonville, one of the

had several in his home. One day out of" Esquire Physical buttons), plastic toys, pecans 10/20/5 or more. stewardesses told them that she
he spoiled a beauty in a pet unfitness.
(large halves, a s Mrs. Gilliam knew all the time they had two
but noticed that: it didn't *
shop, puppies with them!I'
utter a sound. He summoned the Remember those famous wordsof Whatever else, life is certainlymore
proprietor and inquired, "C-c-can Eli Whitney: interesting with unusual
this b-b-bird t-t-talk?" The pro- "Keep those cottonpickinghands Other Bills Are DroppedIn pets like Whiskers.
prietor chuckled. "Mister," he off my gin."

said, "if that parrot couldn't talk '. Defense's Pay PushWhile Adm. Hopwood Relieves
better than you I'd cut his bloom- The devil kept challenging St.
I I Adm. Curts CincPacOne
ing head off. Peter to a baseball game. St. looking for every pos- ROTC schools. as
Peter kept refusing him. sible dollar to put on the admin- Defense continues to support a of the largest Navy commands -

He wanted to play Post Office, Finally, the Dodgers, Braves istration's pay proposal, the De- number of legislative proposals changed hands this month
but she insisted on playing Build- and Yankees all went to heaven.St. fense Department has quietly i which would not take too much when Admiral H. G. Hopwood

ing .and Loan. Peter/ figured he couldn't lose, withdrawn support from several money to set in motion. Includedis relieved Admiral M. E. Curts as

"Oh, all right," he said gloom- so he called up, the devil. other benefit bills, according to the interservice transfer bill. : Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific -

ily. "How do you play it"? "I'll play that game of baseballnow Navy Times. Also on the "money" list is a :1 Adm.Fleet.Hopwood has under his

"You leave the building and let ," he said. Included in the list are a uni- measure to increase the numberof command more than 270,000 officers -

me alone." '"You'll lose," chortled the devil. form allowance for persons ap- civilian scientists working for I and men, 450 combat ships

"Oh, yeah," replied St. Peter.' pointed directly i 1 (skipping reserve the services. and over 2,800 planes.
Beneath this stone lies Murphy "Right now I've got the greatest status) to regular warrant Still i waiting action are im-

collection of ballplayers you ever officer and regular officer for en- portant proposals like payment of "How did you happen to break
They buried him today; saw." listed reservists on active duty with-dependents quarters allow- your leg?"

He lived the life of Riley "You'll lose," repeated the devil. for training. ance to married in-service cou- "I threw a cigarette down the

While Riley was away. "You'll lose." Also dropped for economy rea- ples, and repeal of dual compen- hatch and then stepped on it."
sation restrictions.The *
"What makes you so sure sons are the long-discussed sug-
Paw: "Son, go fetch the old 'Because," laughed the devil, gestions awards program and a latter would benefit retired The best way to get rid of the
horse." "we got all the umpires down previous proposal.to provide regulars seeking Civil I Service noise in the back of the car iso

Son: "Why the old one, paw"? here. funds for science buildings for jobs. make her sit up front.



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r I Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 27 February 19$8 n 27


;, Survey Unveils Interesting Facts

: You'll Be Amazed To Learn What ::1

Sonic Boom Vibrations Can' 9t DoEditor's

( Note: Many people do not understand the sonic boom, '

nor the importance of jet aircraft near the cities which they de- infor) good reasons. When A :1I

fend. Every Navy man should be able to explain these mattersto scientists investigating reports b

people outside of the Navy. This is the third and final in a seriesof that the structures were shaking I

articles on "The Sonic Boom.") violently and the ground was

The phone in the Service Information Office rings and jumping up and down when jets

the voice on the other end begins with: "There was a terrific flew overhead, admitted the feel- C I

explosion which shook our house and cracked all the plasterand ing. Yet, measuring devices with td't

broke windows. Jets are flying over the area and I know the most sensitive instruments

that they broke, the sound barrier and the resulting explosionhas available indicated no movement, ? (

damaged our home." but slamming a screen door

the speed of sound, and then drove the measuring device
Was the party correct in stat-
pulled out at 25,000 :feet, the completely off the scale. .
ing that "the sonic boom cracked L \
of the
pressure wave
the walls and ceilings and had THE QUESTION then arisesas

broken windows?" been no greater than 5 poundsper to why structural damage is

WHAT DO SONIC boom vibra-: square foot. Even when the claimed after a sonic boom.

tions do to structures? aircraft descended to 10,000 feet Basically, this is because the home j
before pull out,' the pressure did
For the answers, one must owner, after hearing a boom,
not reach 10 pounds per square -
refer to findings of a study made makes a careful inspection of his I.ttr

by the U. S. Air Force to find foot. home, probably the first time Vehicle Gets
Supersonic operations! are rare- Motor Safety
out how sonic booms are caused, he has gone over the house look-
altitudes less
ly performed
the damage they can* do, and ing for damage in several years. r
than 20,000 feet ((30,000 in Jax)
important the The owner is convinced that the
even more damage
since the pilot requires this altitude Stress In NA TIC ProgramDid
they cannot do. The study was I cracks did not exist before the
factor for
as. a safety recovery -
made by scientists and structural boom.' The cracks were not det-

engineers of the Wright i Air from the dive. tected before simply because the you know that the amount of man hours lost each year by

THE AIR FORCE even carried I traffic accidents and Marine Corps personnel is the mi
Development Center, largely owner hadn't looked for them.A by Navy equiva.
recording instruments to a lent of the loss of three anti-submarine squadrons? ho
based on investigation of claims simple test will prove this
mountain obtain
top to a pressure '
from citizens who thought, cor- reading. They registered an air- point. Take a flashlight and go Coupled with tremendous loss veloping in siph .personnel the c

rectly in a few cases, and incorrectly craft flying at supersonic speed over your walls and ceilings. You I of hours, there were over 600 desire and determination to pre- I

in most cases, that their 260 feet away and the maximum will find numerous cracks that !deaths resulting from accidents vent such accidents.TO M

homes had been damaged by the you didn't know existed. Where last year and the cost to the K\
reading was 33 pounds per I INSURE that all personnelare
sonic boom. the plaster has parted, the edges government in property damage
square foot. During level flight thoroughly indoctrinated, a
The researchers found out many will be gray or weathered on I rose to 34 million dollars. co
regulations state that sonic and
schedule of eight lessons of onehour's
things, but it should be a matterof will an old crack and the plaster will AS STATISTICS prove, this jai
supersonic speeds be com- duration has been instituted ,
relief to the citizenry that the be white crack. m
on a recent
menced and terminated at alti- was a needless loss to say the
for all
company per.
study proved that the sonic boom ; Sc
tude above 30,000 feet. THE NOISE of jet planes still least. sonnel.To .

from usual operating altitudes: By simple arithmetic, the exists and will continue for many To help combat this tragedy, a : EC
Cannot crack foundation walls the students, a course of
or pressure produced by the usual years. Public appreciation of Motor Vehicle Safety Programhas
two hours of instruction will be
pavement; cannot crack
plaster sonic boom is less than 1/20 the cause and effect of necessitiesthat been established at NATT-
walls installed according to most presented. heM
pressure required to cause struc- far outweigh inconveniencesis Center with classes of instruction
building codes; cannot Although the Center has one of
invaluable national asset.
tural damage to a flimsy struc- an starting March 3.
roofs to buckle or crack cannotdo the best accident recordsin sh
; off-duty
would not want to '
Certainly we
ture. The behavior of homes and
Under the direction of Comdr.
any srtuctural damage, but industrial buildings of brick, equip our supersonic aircraft and the Navy, it was felt the reed
Wilfred E. Fleshman executive
under some circumstances can block and frame construction then forbid the pilots to fly at for a safety program would bene- I
officer of the Center PiM
damage glass panes and improp- tested by nuclear explosions reveals these speeds, the pro- fit personnel by giving them the
erly installed doors. gram will be aimed at the holders opportunity of getting the latest H

First, the engineers and scien- that it takes pressure on The sonic boom is a new noise of motor vehicle driving per-
methods of combating accidents. ,
the order of 150 300
tists observing the effect of to poundsper that we must accept as part offreedom's mits with the knowledge of how PJB
foot Assisting Comdr. Fleshman in :
to cause damage
shock waves generated by price.Comdr.. traffic accidents occur and at deRETIRING -
ranging from plaster cracks to the program: >is Soero Tassopou-- L;

atomic explosions never detected wall and roof cracks. I los, Center Safety Engineer and \
structural damage to the flimsi-
SO FAR IN THIS article the instructors Irving Botthoff, GFC, NH
est structures at
pressures structure has been referred to Charles Clark, AOC, Gerald Paul, (

than 70 pounds per square foot. as if it had no openings. Nowlet's {: GFC and Richard Fick, AEI. D,
In tests where aircraft have f-
take a look at the windowsand <
dived from 35,000 feet exceeded
doors. The sash and frame
f VAH-1 Chief Piped
of a window, 01 course, are more ;

than strong enough to withstandthe J lilt Out After 20 Years T

relatively minute force of

the boom. The window glass is VAH-1 recently lost one its'
another matter. Glass, in one finest chiefs when Alfred Hughes of

sense is a strong material, but it AMC, left active duty after ht

is brittle compared to other 20 years service. at

building materials when usedin Before being piped out, Hughes .

thin sheets. Methods by whichit made an inspection of the S.M

is manufactured are apt to "troops."

produce internal lockup stresses.In .
Hugh ,
During his tour of duty, b
addition, glass may be bent Before -
9 J 's was decorated nine times. ftit
', ever so slightly when it is in- Dec-
: coming to VAH-1 in
> $ stalled. Thus, a light, sharp blow
q > ember, 1956, he served with var-
can shatter a glass pane.It .
ious VP and VR squadrons.
is not implied that a sonic
boom will always break win- a0t..a c;
dows. Ordinary window glass, : S.C., Kansas Men Share fj

properly installed, will break at 'i s'KK AE Graduation Laurels

of 18 to 70 {;.Y 7YI
pressures pounds per of
James Williams, AEAN, C
square foot, a much greater force I
I r Caycee, S. C., and Wayne Smith, --
than the sonic boom. In fact, ina I
I { AEAN of Wichita, Kan.,
{ ,
.l4 : j
recent demonstration, sonic sSSSY.._ _..
"" ; V" r' graduation
top honors in last
booms were directed at a large S
Comdr. Hick- Electrician's
I at Aviation
plate of glass held in a frame. Ayers ings Aye r I. (left) Officer-in- a
Class NATTCentir
A at
I charge of Administrative
Five successive sonic booms fail- Serv o
I ice Group of O & R Dept... re'; Williams, who entered the Navy
ed to shatter the glass and only Retires I n
when the glass was loosened in 28 Presenting tires to civilian Comdr.life March 31. I in August of 1956, will report to f,
Ayers with Smith, who
VA-176 while
its frame did the boom cause it Comdr. Bickings Ayers, officer- a gift is Julius Der Quina at a here, 1957 p
to shatter. in-charge of Administrative Serv- surprise dinner last week. joined the Navy in June,

DOORS., WITH the exceptionof ice Group of NAS Jax O & R will report to VAH-2, stationedat t!
was presented gifts"from for duty.
Oak Harbor Wash.
their glass area, are I strong Dept., retires to civilian life, : the employees by Julius E
; ra enough to resist boom Mar. 31 after Der
b forces! 28 years active Quina. largest b
Weak points i are locks and duty. I Russia now has the
Among his duty stations number of ships in some Important c
hinges. Bricks, plaster and mor- He was honored with a surprise I I Comdr. ,
'-'-"'--- Ayers subs
RARIN' TO GO Marcia tar do not have any measurable dinner last Thursday given petty officer was a first class categories-namely ,

Valibus Miss Miami Air Show, ability to creep or move alongits by O & R employees with whomhe tion was here when the Sta- and motor torpedo boats. f

prepares to board an Air Force surface. commissioned in 1940.
was associated in the 19 Yon
B-47 jet bomber at Homestead He was promoted to
Ground vibrations another his present Newest of the Navy's guided:
AFB. Florida. Maxcial are of his tour here. rank in
Hey. 1955, after -
matter to misunderstand- being commissioned missile fleet the USS Grayt'?* r1
Wait for usl! subject During the occasion, Comdr. in 1948. ,
was commissioned recently.




- 27 February 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page SL

Stirring Curious Interest

L Marine Barrack, Here

_4 _4 *! __ S ': t :_' Carries On Old TraditionNoticed

__ *_ l.Ikfi a formation of Ma
rines in dress blues on the geant major face each other, salute -
and retire. The officers of
ceremonial grounds in frontof
the Main Administration the day do the same and the old

I Building lately? OOD turns over the orders to the

The NAS Jax Marine Barracks new one.
,l t tas 3 % a+ +aoN ,,,, '' .. :CZ;, contingent has started having its And that's the basic ceremony,

I own monthly Mounting of the Mounting the G l\.a\ rd. The next

Guard ceremony there and whenit one will be held later this month.

had its last one several weeks

tNCOs ago, personnel leaving the baseat Post-TourHoldovers

.. ... ... y...... ..>..,"'. -, ''',...,....... .,....' ."."'..."'_=<'M.'oM."w.<___""" 1530 seemed to enjoy it.
RECEIVE ORDERSNAS Jax Marin>)> Barracks Sergeant Major Hugh Johnson (in A LON G.ST ANDING tradition
I front) and other non-commissioned officers of th, guard are about to receive their assignments the
in the mountingof
from adjutant Capt. R. H. Keller, executive officer at the Marine Barracks. It's all part of the Corps,
formal Mounting of the Guard held monthly b/ Marine Corps personnel here. the guard was held prior to

- changing the guard each morningat Due CashThe

':."." '+"'-..::: ::..: 0800.
Controller General has
Navy Wives The ceremony is started with
Just ruled that even though a
a ; tt the band sounding "adjutant'scall.
s w \, sailor has several more years of
This is signal for the ad-
obligated military service, when
Corner I It' '. jutant and sergeant major to
: while
his enlistment ends over-
move down front towards the assembled -
seas and he is held on active)
''Y Jax Navy Wives Club No. 86 detail. duty in the public interest, he

1. met last Wednesday in the club- x. t Aftet'the detail is dressed, the will get a 25 per-cent pay boost
house. Chairmen of committees rRa pR YA <; sergeant major orders "count off" according to the Navy Times.

- were announced at this meeting. << and divides it into two platobns. The 1951 draft act prescribedan
'le Composing the audit board are AFTER ALIGNING the detail, eight-year military obligation,

e. Mrs. Joe Hagen and Mrs. Nell he reports to the adjutant that ending at age 26.

Kutzer. the guard is correct and is toldto FOR THE MAN who enlists,

eJ On Not New Shop Pick Up t z take his post. The non-com- the remainder of the obligated

a \committees are: Mesdames Ben- c S missioned officers of the guardare period is spent in the Reserve.

'ie: jamin Capone, Lawrence Water- brought forward and assigned The way the Navy works it

'1' Imolen, Frank Sallars, Walter Z c ; yt I posts, such as "commander of the out is when the man's tour is

r. 'Schonecker, Gerald Steiner and guard," "junior officer of the over he is transferred to the Re-

Eddie Johnson. ;uard," "guide." serve and sent to inactive duty.

of Other committees, and their .. The junior officers of the guard But. it was argued, if he was

')e heads, include: Scrap book, "- '" : return to their posts after receiv- less than 26 and still had obligated -
their orders. The adjutant time to serve, why does the
Mrs. Ed Walter; Hospitality box, I
of Mrs. George Copeland; Scholarship w9e49te e< ,..,. :<; > .-- >"': > <. '.,;, 'y then directs the commander of Navy owe him anything extra i

js Mrs. Stanley Sisco. MARCHING UP ON LINE NAS Jax Marine Barracks the guard to "Inspect your guard, for making him serve part of his
d personnel are marching up on line under command of T/Sgt. sir." obligated time on active duty?
Also, Finance, Mrs. Ted Hood; George Wilson (right) prior to formal Mounting of the Guard THE CONTROLLER Generalnow
e. ); Program, Mrs. Samuel Brown; ceremonies recently held on the parade ground in front of NAS The officer commanding the
'le Membership, Mrs Jack Wilson; Administration Building. The detail will be divided by the Ser guard gives prepare for inspec- says that pending return of
5t Hospital Nursery, Mrs. Fred geant Major into two platoons. tion and inspects. The band plays the vessel to the United States,
--------- -------
ts during the inspection. the man is performing service
Pridgeon; Publicity, Mrs. Joe
in Bradshaw; Bingo, Mrs. Elton Reserve Essay Contest May o N C E THE INSPECTION is beyond his voluntary agreementand
is entitled to the special com-
U. Largent and Mrs. Joseph Shell; over* the new officer of the day
pensation.This .
1d Nursery, Mrs. Ray Ceyenwa and takes post in front of the guard
Substantial] situation comes about from
C, Mrs. Bill Aston; Activities, Mrs. Net You RewardLike and the Old officer of the day
time to time when a crisis occurs
11, Rose Wilson, and Points, Mrs. takes post to his right and to the
to win $250? in the Middle East and ships don'tet
Donald Long.Marine side of the sheet. rear. The officers of the day,
If interested, and who isn't, TO INSURE impartial judging, without drawing sword, remainat ; back from the "Med" on

write an essay of not more write on a plain sheet of paper attention.The schedule.

:1 Pfc. Gains than 2,000 words on, "The Increasing 'your full name, address and rank adjutant commands sound

Importance of the or rating. off, the officers and detail is at BC-BS Payments Due .
.S Top AEA( ) Honor U. S. Naval Reserve to the Clip this sheet to two copiesof parade rest while the band passes Blue Cross-Blue Shield i

IS' Pfc. Curtis Waasdorp, USMC, U. S. Navy." your essay and mail to: NRA between the officers of the members are reminded that

:1' of Rochester, N.Y., grabbed toper TO GET members of the Navy Essay Contest, Naval Reserve guard and the adjutant, counter- the next payment is due

honors in last week's graduationat and its Reserve component, Association, Naval Press Build- maches and returns to its post. March 17-18 and must be

Aviation Electrician's Mate active, inactive or retired, think- ing, Washington 4, D. C. Then the detail passes in review made either by check or

cs School Class A at NATTCenter. ing about the role of the Reserve, Copy must be postmarked not and leaves the parade money order, payable to Blue

1e the Naval Reserve Associationhas later than midnight, June 30. ground. The adjutant and ser- Cross of Florida, Inc.
who entered the _
offered $500 in cash prizes in
Marine Corps in March, 1957, has ( -" 1iJ-
an essay contest. R
l' been ordered to Quantico, Va., ,__
" for duty. The $250 is first prize, second _

c. ___ place winner will receive $150
r. and third prize recipient will get
Thp F9F-8T trainer has been
important in qualifying pilots for
carrier operation and supersonic Your essay must be typewritten -

-' flight. double-spaced and on oneve

f Seabees ObsetSome AnniversaryOne

- 25 Seabees aboard the of the highlights of the occasion -

1'5 Station will join others in the will be the crowning of

area and throughout the Navy in the "Queen Bee," selected from
observing the 16th birthday anniversary -
'1 candidate wives of the CB per-
to on March 5 of the
10 famed Construction Battalions- sonnel in the area.

,7, popularly known as Seabees. Carrying an official motto, ix La

.d The Seabees, who along with "Constrimus, batuimus W e
the officers of the Navy Civil build, we fight" and one less official -

Engineer Corps make up these but equally prized, "Can y

5t battalions, will celebrate the occasion do!", Seabees will dedicate them- _
this past reputation __
, the world selves to
I' over. : '1tt{ M "7';< T4; *,;;':':; '" _.. "HT'
future service.In .
IS Locally, both active and reserve in any PROCLAIMS "SEABEE DAY" In recognition of the 16th anniversary of the Narj's famed
Seabees and CEC officers recognition of the anniver- Construction Battalions Governor Leroy Collins(third from left) has proclaimed March 5 as "Sea-
will for Governor LeRoy Collins has bee Day" throughout Florida. Here Collins show the proclamation to Capt. Ira N. Curtis NAS
birthday cered sary
gather "Seabee Public Works Officer, and senior Civil Engineer Corps officer in the area. Left to right are W. E.
monies and celebration at the proclaimed March 5 as Rievere, CEGC, CB Division 6.14: Captain Curtis; Governor Collins: Capt. B. O. Roessler, NABTC
<, Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Day" throughout the State of Pensacola: CWO James Walker, representing Pemacola's Seabee unit, and Lcdr. W. S. Isham com
Training Center, 1453 Morse St. Florida. manding officer of Civil Engineer Company 613.




' '

__ ____ _

SupSplints Softball To Hold Center RingIn

Cop Center ; z
I .k Upcoming Spring SeasonA

Cage TitleThe schedule setting up starting and closing dates of the

I nine varsity sports at NAS Jax has been compiled by Special
: Services.
Support Splinters l i a '
will be conducted
Varsity sports -
NATTCenter ship company by this command within the joying a respite lasting until
personnel, emerged with a cooler breezes of September whew
;2 Z F assigned periods in order to conclude -
46-41 win Marine Aviation <
over .. the season of each sport action picks up again and runs
Detachment last week ina until
May, 1959.
with in
participation District
game for the Center intra- In women's competition, the
competition .
mural basketball crown. 1958 Waves
softball will
THREE SPORTS golf, pistol season
The SupSplints, who finishedthe run concurrently with the men's
and skeet are being declared"in
league season in a tie with Yo season" throughout the varsity set-up, namely, front
the Marines, both 10-2 slates, s March through September.
twelve months of this year.
were expected to meet the Main-
Bowling and basketball sea-
The golf squad has already
side title-holder sometime this sons will also parallel closely
taken to the links, dropping an
week for the All-Station cage those of the Flier varsities.
opening verdict i to the U. of
Florida Frosh.

IN LAST week's NATTCenter Pistol and skeet competition is NAWS Bowlers

finale, the lead changed expected to get underway in the
hands times with the winners
many near future, although no official
' scrambling hard in the late word has been received yet. Increase Keg

stages for the victory despite Tennis enthusiasts are currently -

lead.holding an early eight-point Y vieing for places on the varsity League MarginThe

net squad, which opens its
Buckets by the SupSplints'John season soon. Tennismen concludethe Misslemen of Naval Air

Parker and Herb Wadley campaign in August Weapons Systems School stretched -

iced tbe game for the support THE VARSITY volleyball teamis their lead to three and a half

crew. Parker and Al Matysak in the middle of another suc- games over AO School in last

paced the victors with 14 points cessful season. The spike cam- week's action in the NATTCenter

apiece.IN paign runs from December intramural bowling league.

OTHER action last week, through May.Missing The second spot Ordnancemenhave

the Aviation Fundamentals quin- i from the varsity scene a slight one-half game lead

tet dumped NAWS School, 45-44; this year is baseball, which was over the Storekeepers of A K

Marines trimmed AK, 71-43, and dropped in 1955 but revitalizedthe .School to round out the top three.

AO School measured AvFund, 4 past two seasons. Aviation Fundamentals moved

3730.In Replacing the hardball sport is into fourth place, taking a trio of

one of the most decisive softball, which opens in March, games from the Marine Aviation
contests of the week, the Store- : running through September. Detachment.

keepers knocked AE. School out r+ Basketball and bowling var- Steve Mayer dropped one point

of a possible playoff berth by sity team members are rapidly off his average, but still leads

posting a 51-47 verdict. concluding their i seasons. The the league with a 171 with Jim
The Sparkies roared back, how- I NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPS Thomas Porter ((29)) of 1958-59 hardwood season will get Sauers following close behind
VFP-62 goes high in an attempt to sweep backboard during '
61-44 win
ever, taking a from
underway in October.SEPTEMBER with 168.
VFP-62-FAWTU intramural contest last week on the Muinside
AO 'School. boards. Looking on is teammate Robert Serton ((22)) and FAWTU meanwhile, will Standings
FINAL STANDINGS players Jerry Cooper, Jim Manner, Bob Johnson Bobby Conner mark the start of the '58-59 var- T.tm W L
T.am W L Pet. and Price Broughton. The Photographic Squadron won the sity bowling season. NavAlrWeaps 234! 4",
SupSpllnti .. 11 2 .146 game, 68-59 and captured the National League flag. AO School 2t 8
Marinvi a 10 3 .769 When boxers hang up their AK School 19i! IIl:
AE School 10 3 .761 gloves this spring they'll be en- AvFund 14 14
AK School 8 4 .667 VFP-62 VW-4 Prime MarAvDet 13 15
AO School .. .. 5. .385 SupSplints \\V 15'a
A.Fund .. ... .. 3 10 .231 Women Links Pros AE School IO'', mi
HAWS School .. .. 1 11 .083 For Title Hardwood TiltFinal
AGO School 0 7 .000 To Perform HereTwo

results are in on Mainside intramural basketball

competition with VW-4, American League titlist, ready to of Amerca's leading wo-

Florida Frosh next face VFP-62 week. National League champion, in a playoff tilt Crocker men golf of 1 Montevideo professionals, Uruguayand Fay RODSand

Marilynn Smith of Wichita,
Dump LinkstersThe Action i continued heated in
28; VA-104 squeeked past Fas- Kan., will conduct a golf clinic at
Jax Navy varsity golf hardwood firing up to the final NIMRODSThe
ron Six, 5552.VA104 the NAS Jax links Sunday.The .
team opened the season Sun- gun, with Operations wresting
played two other clinic, to followed by a
day at the NAS Jax course, second place from defending nine-hole golf exhibition, will "Ten Commandments of
games, catching up on the sche-
losing to the strong Universityof All-Station champion VP-18 in start about 1400. Safety" for hunters are rules
dule after being absent from
Florida Freshman squad; American loop play.. that should be followed by all
The Attack hand- The of Ladies'PGA
play. Squadron touring group
15%-11%. IN NATIONAL League com- who handle firearms. Here theyare
ed Operations a 52-47 defeat, golfers will be in Jackson-
Low scorer was Jim Rothen- petition, VP-16 grabbed runner- :
then overran Infirmary, 61-37. ville for the Women's Open, Mar. '
berg of Florida, who registered up honors, besting VA-44. 1. TREAT EVERY gun with
--- 7-10 at Hyde
a 75. Mate John Joyner hada The Mainside champion will the respect due a loaded gun.
Bill Lugar a sergeant and sec-
76. oppose Support Splinters, kingsof 2. Guns carried into camp or
Ace Johnson was the leading NATTCenter basketball, in the ond-string quarterback on the Marine Corps fire losses hit an home, or when otherwise not in
top-flight Ft. Dix, N. J. Burros, all-time low of less than three
golfer for Jax Navy, cardinga All-Station go at a date to be use, must always be unloaded,
has traded 12 of Army life mills Marine the
76. announced. years per during sec- and taken down or the actions
Jax Navy entertained Ro- IN FINAL week's play in Main. for an athletic scholarship at the ond quarter of fiscal 1958, according open.

bins AFB yesterday (Wednes- side competition. VW-4's Hurri- I University of Buffalo. to Marine Headquarters. 3. Always be sure the barrel

day) ort the .local course with cane Hunters walloped VP-5, 87- ---- and action are clear of obstruc-

results not known at press tions, and that only ammunitionof

time. Navy Links Teams Upstart NARTU Keg the proper size is used. Re-

The team will travel to I move oil and grease from the

Florida State University for a Third In ProAmA Crew Causes StirNARTU chamber before firing.

March 11 match in the Capitol pair of Navy teams finishedin 4. ALWAYS CARRY your

city. a third place tie in Monday's with a 16-4 mark, with a 14-6 slate. gun so that you can control direction -

Pro-Am tournament sponsoredby moved atop the Mainside Na- Fourth place is held down of the muzzle, even if you

the Jacksonville Amateur tional Bowling League as last by Dispensary and Dental, stumble. Keep the safety on until

Sport ShortsThe Golf Association at Hyde Park. weeks leader, Fasron Six, both with 13-7 .records. you are ready to shoot.

Jack Harvey's NAS Jax teamof dropped to number four posi 5. Be sure of your target before -
VP-5 with 2534
Westover AFB, Mass., judo Ace Johnson, Ken Wheeler tion. a average you pull the trigger.
captured overall high set hon-
squad demonstrated the techni- I and Robert McCauley tied with Operations and VAH-1 No. 6. Never point a gun at any-

ques of the oriental art to a local Cecil Field, represented by 1 share second place honors ors. thing you don't intend to shoot.
television audience. But a better Nelson Lee and amateurs Jerry with 19-5 records. VW-4 No. Action last week saw Dis- 7. UNATTENDED gun shouldbe

deal was arranged by the judo Foley, Comdr. Jim Shirley and 1 is in third place with a 16>47 pensary shut out VW-4 No. 4, unloaded and out of the reachof

team at Whiteman AFB, MO.,who Comdr. Robert Brown. % tally. .- 4-0; VP-5 tied with ComFairJax children.

were invited to flex their musclesfor Both teams Long time first-placer, Com- and the NAS Officers won 8. Never climb a tree or fenceor
posted 66
the coeds at Stephens College. over the 36-36 72 FairJax, retains it's hold on over VA-15 "B" 3-1. jump a ditch with a loaded
par city-
The Washington Senators will owned course. American League competitionwith VAH-1 No. 2 split with VA- gun. Never pull a gun towards

18Vz wins and only 5% 172; VW-4 No. 3 lost to Hos- you by the muzzle.
take a long look in spring train'ing First place was captured by a losses. 9. Never shoot at a flat, hard
4-0 while VWNo..
pital, 2
at John Schaive now at Ft. team headed by lady JoAnn
pro surface or the surface of water.In .
VP-18 with 17-7 is in
sec- and 679th No. 1 shared a 2-2
Sill, Okla., and due out of service Prentice, who'll be appearing in ond spot followed by VP-5, verdict. target practice, be sure of
next month. the Jax Women's Open, Mar.710. your backstop.

27 February 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7

Sextet District Cage Event

Lone Jax ThreatTo HopesIt Dn; Regionals Nex1

than will quantity be in quality the women's rather Mainside Gym Site For Both;

division of the Sixth Naval

District Basketball Tournament I Hawaii Looms For WinnersCoach
this week with only two :

clubs entered.The i Herb Stovall led his eager.band of Jax Navy chargers -

Jax Navy Crackerjax, 1957 into the opening round of the 1958 Sixth Naval District I

winners, defend against the always 1 Basketball Tourney yesterday. at Mainside gym.

strong Pensacola Gosettes. NAS Jax is playing host to the
Opening game is today at 1600 in II x r. District hardwood carnival for 1000,' 1400, 1800 and 2000.

Mainside gym. :the fourth time in the last five NAS JAX WILL also host the
THE CRACKERJAX, improving I seasons. South Atlantic Regionals next

with age, primed for defenseof _uv __ ,KP"W' WHILE THIS is going on, Jax Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-
the District crown by topplinga JAX NAVY CRACKERJAX Defending champions In the day at Mainside gym.
of opponents last week. Sixth Naval District Waves Basketball Tournament, the Jax Navy will be aiming to captureits Sixth ND winner will vie in
pair Navy Crackerjax have high hopes of repeating honors gained fourth title in a like numberof
The double win hiked the this tourney, along with champ-
last season. Expected to see action are. front row, (left to right) years.
Crackerjax' lastest winning skeinto Judy Boiman Patsy Graham. Joyce Kerner Sophie Sayaiovich ions from the Fifth, Eighth, Ten-
five and nine of the last ten and team captain Carolyn Johnson. Rear, Jessie Riddle Darla Play got underway with an official th and Fifteenth Districts.A .
Wilson. Pat Armen, Marty Borhauer and Chris Cotton, absent tip-off at 1400 yesterday. trip to Pearl Harbor, T. H.,
games. when picture was taken was Mary Jo Colvin. The locals first Pairings were not known at the of the South
First victim of the week was is on tap for winner
tourney game will be tonight at 1600 at Mainside gym. time Jax Air News went to press.
the Tamiami Trails combine. The Atlantic where they'll representthis

City i League rivals hooked up The Fliers, holding the best area in All-Navy play, Mar.

Saturday in a Heart Fund benefit t District record among its six opponents 1317.

at Macclenny with the Waves was a co-f voritc along MAKEUP OF teams in tha Re

piling up a 52-28 decision. JAX SPOTS with Pensacola's Goshawks, and gionals next week, of course, is

HIGH SCORER for the win- Green Cove Springs.PENSACOLA still undetermined. No District
ners was perennial pacer Chris .,UY: beat Jax Navyin eligible has announced a champion -

Cotton who tallied 27 markers. the only game played betweenthe early this week.

Crackerjax team captain Carolyn N two clubs this year, while Jax Navy bowed out of regular
Johnson and Jessie Riddle each the Fliers and Green Cove split season play in lack-lustre style

scored eight points. even in four tussles. last week, defeating Charleston

Coach Bob Caskey has his Saturday Tourney Kicks Other teams entered are Key MineLant, 68-63, but falling vic-

Crackerjax squad toned to a fine West Navy, Sanford Navy, Glynco tim to Lake Shore Presbyterian

degree, with the local lassies' NAAS and Memphis Navy's Church, 66-54, and the U. of Flo-

scoring eyes sharpened consider- Off Tennis CampaignTennis Hellcats. rida Frosh, 65-61.

ably since early season. Three games were scheduled to
Starting the year as a relatively enthusiasts from commands at NAS Jax and NAS be played opening day with four

low scoring crew, the Cecil Field will battle for berths on the Jax Navy varsity tilts on the docket today, tomorrow Jax Navy Host

Crackerjax have recently found squad in, the NAS Jax Tennis Tournament slated for Satur- and Saturday.

the bulls-eye, tallying 199 points' day, Mar. 1, at the Boone Park Courts. Game times each day will be For State AAU
in the last four outings for a 49.8 Play gets underway at the I
Mar. 29-Stetson U., home; Mar.1
mark Park St. site at 0900. Up to press I
per game. I
30-Jacksonville, Ala., Teachers, Pendergras Scores In V-Ball
DURING THIS spree, Cottonhas time, 11 men had signified intentions MeetingJax
home April 5-Davidson College,
registered 121 points, liftingher of entering the tourney. Jax Rifle Club ShootJax
home; April 7-Davidson, home;
season's to 23 pointsper PLAYERS EXPECTED to see Navy will host the Florida
average Navy's Ken Pendergras,
April 10-Mercer U., home,
Mike Babcock of State A A U Championship Vol-
contest. action include:
with a perfect 50-50 score, was
25- U. of Florida,
April away.
Playing in Charleston Sunday, VP-18; Robert Beidler, VW-4; top rifle competitor at Sunday's leyball Tournament March 29,

Jax Navy had trouble in down- Jim Brown, VP-18; R. T. Chatt- The English barmaid was .a shoot at the Jacksonville Gun for the first time in history.

ing the South Carolina crew, liere, VP-18; Dick Gaskill, former flirtatious girl, and the tall, sun- Club range. Tourney play will feature well
but eked out a 38-35 victory in Pensacola ace now with VA-15; competed in the known teams such as last years
,burned Texas seaman was right Pendergras
the waning minutes. J. C. Karrh, NARTU, and T. B. down her alley. The SP had left 12-gauge firing. L. L. Bowman NCAA Champion Florida State

Fine defensive work by Riddle: McGriff of Cecil Field. I the bar for a moment, and the topped the .20-gauge shooters University and other college

saved the day as Charleston madea Also, Merl Sellers, VP-5; Walt barmaid cuddled up to the Texan, while G. D. Arnold was the lone teams throughout the state.

threat to move ahead after startof Shaw, VF-43; Ted Swain, AGO murmuring, "Here's your chance, .28-gauge competitor and Ken YMCA's and military bases

second-half play. Jax Navyled School, and Joe Willman, VA- big boy." "You said it," agreed Murdock paced .410 riflemen from all parts of Florida have

at the half, 2515.Sebring 1.104. I the seaman enthusiastically while Pendergras. finished sec- also expressed interest in enter-

A SEVEN-MATCH card has i and drank the SP's beer. ond. ing.
... ..TflVsquad .. .
for _
\een o .K>.o unced 'v, the v Navy jax- Navy- coasts one of me finest -

Host with other matches expected teams in the nation, having

to be scheduled at a later finished fourth in last years Na-

For Florida date. tional Championships and no less
Fulbparticulars concerning the than second in any tournament
upcoming tourney and informa- this
played year
Grand PrixA the Jax Navy tennis
tion ,on Jax Navy and Jax YMCA are
be obtained by contact-
team can
major added feature of the planning to co-host the AAU
the Naval Air Re-
eighth annual Florida Interna- ing Karrh at ---l---- p---, j Championships April I 1 5, with
Unit, extension .
serve Training
tional 12-hour of several leading Southeasternteams
grand prix endurance 268, or phone EV 8-7334.
at Sebring, Fla., March TENNIS SCHEDULE (TO DATE) attending.

22, will be a historical automobile Mar. 15 U. of Florida, home;
cavalcade, with exhibits listed Hans Vogt CapturesAO

from Connecticut to Forida. Navy Stadium StartedRear School HonorsHans

The cavalcade, directed by Adm. William R. Smed-
Vogt, AOAN, of Laramie
Smith Hempstone Oliver, former berg III, Superintendent of the Wyoming, was named honor
curator of the automobile sectionof Naval Academy, announced last
student in last week's gradua-
the Smithsonian Institution in week that construction on the
tion at the Aviation Ordnancemen -
Washington, will be held at Se- Navy-Marine Corps Memorial
School Class A at NATT-
bring, March 21 Stadium has started. Center.

Heading early entries is a car The contract for the Stadiumwas n
i Vogt, who entered the Navyin
that has withstood the rigors for awarded two Baltimore firms I
Sept. 1956 has been transferred -
55 years, a 1903 Stanley Steamer as a joint project.
completionof to NAS Alameda, Calif for
roadster. Their bid calls

A 1928 Bentley, belonging to a the double deck, 28.COO seat r 'yYyG. dtY duty.

Connecticut man, is also enteredand stadium by Aug. 15, 1959. ,
(AFPS) Naval personnel who hold Na-
is the
youngest to date.
tional Service Life Insurance
Following the historical caval-
(NSLI) should review NAV-
cade on Friday, the cars will be A $16 million contract
of COMPT Notice 7220, concerning
Placed for i
on Pad- awarded
display in the
dock area at Sebring Air Ter- 1,100 Capehart Housing units at ''N[
minal on ,race day, March 22., Beaufort, S. C.,, according to VOLLEYBALL WINNERS-Ray Winstead. (left) and "Mac"
The 12-hour for Marine Corps Hdqrs. McGluckin display trophies and exchange congratulations on a
the endurance race' fine showing made by Jax Navy in the recent Birmingham,AAU Cold weather tests of theNavy's
ultra modern sports cars,will Command set Invitational Volleyball Tournament. McGluckin captain and Sid i e-w i n d er, infra-red
be getting underway} a( 1000 with The Strategic Air .coach of the squad. led Jax Navy to second place while Winstead guided missile,. have begun 'at
safety records in the Alabama All.Star Jax will .
outstanding international drivers two new flying gained a berttt on team. Nary
competing. 1957. host the Florida State AAU Tourney',March 29 at Mainside gym. Eielson AFB, Alaska.Pensy ., !




Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 27 February 1958

Chief's Club

Begins VIPLuncheons

(Maimide and NATTCenter y
The CPO Club aboard ,the Sta-
movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Sat-
tion has inaugurated a series of
urday, Sunday and holiday, monthly VIP luncheons, accord-
1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital mode -
ing t 0 "Dusty" Rhodes, S K C,
daily. 1900.)
vice-president of the Club.

Thursday, Feb. 27 He pointed out the purpose of

Mainside Until They Sail .. baull the luncheons is to spread good-
(drama, adults only!) with Jean will, and to show the people what
Simmons and Paul New m a n. the CPO Club has to offer.

Also, One Droopy Night. The luncheon-meetings will be

NATTCenter Californian held third Wednesday of each

(western reissue) with Ray Mil- month, and each gathering will

land and Barbara Stanwyck. "have a guest speaker.
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Swit-
Hospital The Ride Back i
I zer, Commander Fleet Air Jack-
(drama western) with Anthony ,_. .__ __
nl1T'*' 'It "" "- !"" 8 oJIi! -
sonville, was honored guest and
Quinn and Lita Milan. Also, VIP LUNCHEON AT CPO CLUB Monthly VIP luncheons are being: scheduled for the
speaker at this month's meeting
Winged Fury. Chief Petty Officers Club aboard the Station. with the fin such event being held last week. Guest ,
Friday. Feb. 28 speaker was Rear Adm. Wendell G. wilier. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville (third from left.) held last Wednesday.First .
Shown at head table are "Dusty" Rhodes SKC. CPO Club vice-president Capt. Thomas S. White event was held in Janu-
Mainside-Desert Fury (gang- Chief Staff Officer of Fleet Air Wing 11) Adm.. wilier Wilson Umstead HMC president of the ary, with Capt. Elliott W. Parish
ster drama reissue) with Burt Club; Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence commanding officer of Fleet Air Wing 11, and Lt. Glenn Moore. Jr., commanding officer of NAS
Lancaster and Liz Scott. Also, Aide to Adm. Switzer.
Jax, honored guest and speaker.It's .
Cat ----- ----- ---- --- -- -
Tamale. -
been pointed out that these
NATTCenter-Until They Sail. VAP-62, FASRON SIX REPORT luncheons are well attended by
Hospital Californian. CPO Club members.For .

Saturday, Mar. 1 MEET HERE
Mainside The Virginian Scouting Squadrons

(western drama) with Joel Mc- Members of the Jacksonville 'S. YIFIED' .
Crea. Also Swabs. Dental Society will be guestsof I ,
Navy Dental Officers at VAP-62 has been with the squadron since
NATTCenter Desert Fury. The "bald of Naval last
their monthly meeting March, eagle" August. For Rent
Hospital Until They Sail. 10 at 1830 at the Officers' Club. Photography, Comdr. Henry Another sad departure was that 4-Rm. Apt. Furn. Adults. near

Sunday, Mar. 2 Approximately 100 membersof O'Reilly, was presented a silver of the A3D-1P, the only photo base. EV-9-0514 or EV-8-9806.

Mainside-Zero Hour (drama) the Jax Society are expected card tray by -his squadron matesof Skywarrior in the Navy, whichwas Lamb.
with Dana Andrews and Linda to attend the annual affair. VAP-62 at a get together last transferred to the Naval Air Small Furn. Apt. $50.00 Mo.

Darnell. Also, Cat In The Act. The Jax Society is hosted each Friday. Development Unit at Johnsvillefor and utilities. 4633 Wheeler Ave.

NATTCenter The Virginian. year by Navy Dental Officers. Comdr.; O'Reilly, who has been further photo evaluation. EV 9-4275. Groves.
Hospital Desert Fury. Comdr. Nicholas Brango, head of the photo department for Operated by VAP-62 for the 2-Bdrm. C. B. kitch. equipped.

Monday Mar. 3 commanding officer of VW-4, the past two years, has received past four months, the A3D pro- 6571 Blanding 6 mi. from NAS.

Mainside-Black Patch (west- will be guest speaker.Dr. orders to Washington for staff vided much flight and ground $75.00 Mo. EV 8-0320. Graham.

ern) with George Montgomery.Also Charles Hester is' president duty. experience for the pilots and men 2-Bdrm. new unfurn. Apt. Elec.
for the day when the A3D-2P Kitch. Bath. $55.00 Mo. and utilfI -
Three Little Bops. of the Society. Capt. Two more squadron old timers
NATTCenter Zero Hour. Macy G. Martin, staff Dental have, orders to leave. Francis becomes operational.The I ties. 1139 Laura St. EL 4-4770.

Hospital The Virginian. Officer, ComFairJax, is in Tony, PNO, has orders to the recent party at Kings Hall Faudel.
charge of planning the event. by VAP-62 was called a success 3-Bdrm. House. 2 Baths. Partly
Tuesday Mar.4. JAG staff on the West Coast and
all hands.
Mainside-Ten Thousand Bed Rear Adm. Wendell G. ex-leading chief, Eugene Jaku- by Squadron officers Furn. 3733 Cambay Place. EV-
entertained Saturday night at the
Switzer, Commander Fleet Air bisyn, AMC has orders to Nor- 9-9535. Plumer.
rooms (color drama) with Dean Timber Inn with an informal get-
Martin and Anna Maria Alber- Jacksonville, has been invitedas folk, Va. Jakubisyn's Job as lead- together. For Sale
a guest. ing chief has been taken overy
ghetti. "Men-on-the-go" was applicable 3-Bdrm. House 2 Baths. Green- "

NATTCenter Black Patch. ) Melvin Mobray, ADC, who I to the personnel last weekas way Dr. shaded lot. G.I. Equity.EV .

Hospital Zero Hour. they moved from Barracks 8-4969. Woods.

Wednesday Mar. 5 r 915 to "B. The move was madein 3-Bdrm. House IJ% Baths. Cedar

Mainside Hatful of Rain i two days. Hills. 4%% G.I. Loan. EV 7-2908.
(drama) with Eva Marie Saint Fasron Six Hyman.

and Don Murray.NATTCenter Fasron Six wishes to welcomethe 3-Bdrm. House 1l% Baths. Ce-

Ten Thousand f returning components of Air dar Hills. G.I. Equity. $68.00 Mo.
Bedrooms. I Ir Groups 4 and 17 from their Medi- EV 9-5858. Maschinski.

Hospital Black Patch. terranean cruise. 3-Bdrm. C. B. House, 642 Luna
:ate ; New personnel reporting aboard Court. $600 Equity. $66.00 Mo.

Fasron Six are: Lt (jg) G. L. Call after 1700 weekdays. Any-
MDBS Constitution, Butler Lt (jg) D. F. Seay; Lt time weekends. EV 8-0369. De-

By-Laws Amended x sw; .. (jg) G. H. Weeks; Lt (jg) J. H. Lack.

Newton; C. A. Robinson, SN;
Employees' Mutual Death 3-Bdrm. 1 Bath. C. B. House,
O. M. Johnson, ADJAA; R. L.
Benefit Society members, and interested 6212 Barthold Ave. G.I. Equity
Avare, RM2; J. H. Pico. AA;
$1700 will sell for $1000. Ext.
personnel, are being notified -
W. S. Smith; AT2; M. Pellino,
of proposed amendments to AM2, and R. J. Conneely, AM2. 8432. Futch.
the Constitution and By-Laws of The supply department held Miscellaneous

the Society. 5, r its quarterly party at the Navy Wanted: Swap. J. G. McCall,

Copies of the proposed amend- Wives club. Host was Lt (jg) AK2, NAS Glynco, Ga. Wants

ments have been made availableto C. R. Webb, supply officer of I NAS Jax or Cecil Field.

each member. The notice involves Fasron Six. I

matters of membership, A group of girls from St. Vin ServicemenContinued
funds, assessments, and back- cents School of Nursing were ,
- -.---. .- ( from 1))
ground informantion. guests at the party. A good time page
GERMANS LOOK OVER 'CONNIE' Members of the new
Navy of the Federal Republic of Germany are shown coming was had by all. held up by opposition of the
U.S. To Add To Guided down the ramp* after looking over one''of Airborne Early Warn- Fasron Six completed its bas- Navy, acording to Navy Times.
ing Squadron Super Constellations. The 38 German officers
ketball schedule with a 67-39 UNDER TEAGUE'S bill those
Missile Destroyer Fleet and men are on an orientation cruise with the U.S. Navy's' Des- This ,
victory over Hospital. gives
getting cash awards for inven-
Div 202 which had three destroyers operating out of Mayport
In Glimpse To Future last week. the team a league record of 7-3. tions do so with the understanding -

Construction contracts for five that the government has the
guided-missile ( I rights to the item and no further
destroyers, au- Local Commands Host German Navymen
thorized in the fiscal 1958 budget, patent claims will be lodged

have been awarded to three NAS Jax, FAW-11 and VW-4 I destroyers from DesDiv 202 un- Comdr. Gunter Kuhnke was the against the government.The .

shipbuilding companies, the Navy Were hosts Friday to 30 sailors, der the command of Capt. T. J. German officer-in-charge and Lt bill also provides such
recently announced, bringing i five CPOs and three officers Guinan. The ships, McGowan (jg) M. L. White, staff operations awards shall be taken into account -

total number of guided-missile from the Federal Republic of (DD-678)), The Sullivans (DD- officer for ComDesDiv 202, accompanied when a man is being con-

destroyers under construction to Germany's new Navy. 537) and Wadleigh (DD-689)), the group to NAS I sidered for promotion.The .

13. T he men are attached for were in Mayport Carrier Basin I bill puts a top ceiling of
% Jax.The
Equipped with the Tartar, sur- training duty to DesDiv 202 as before leaving last Tuesday fora men, who arp the first I $25,000 on awards under normal

face-to-air missile, two ships will part of the Mutual Defense As- Caribbean cruise. elements of the newly formed I circumstances, but provides that

be built by both the Defoe Ship- sistance Agreement between the Touring the Hurricane Hunters German Navy, appeared to be as I in exceptional cases, an "un-

building Corp., Bay City, Mich., U. S. and the Federal Republicof squadron area the men were impressed with candy, ice cream! usually outstanding" inventionmay
and Bath Iron Works, Bath, Germany which was concludedin shown through a SuperConnieby and pop vending machines as! receive an award up to
Maine, and one by Todd Ship- 1955. Lt (jg) Gene Guazzo, VW-4 they were with the giant"lie "Wil $100,000 if approved by the Pre-

yards, Seattle, Wash. The men are attached to three PIO. Victor-Two." sident.f .