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: March 6, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Servicemen Given Break On Mortgage Insurance I IA

recent SecNav Instruction period of ownership by the Commandant, MC; d. Com- issued,' a second may be issued authorizes a new certificate,
(1741.4A) details changes in serviceman while ,on active manding officers and officers- only if the first is not used.A it shall be held in abeyanceuntil
mortgage insurance for serv- duty out of appropriations in-charge of activities respon- serviceman who is reas- it has been determinedthat
available for pay and allow- sible for custody and main- signed may qualify for a new the Department of the
icemen to aid in
constructionor ances. tenance of the serviceman's one providing his commanderhas Navy is no longer liable for
purchase of homes under 2)) Maximum interest which records. determined that the prior the payment of mortgage Insurance -
PL 560, passed by the 83rd may be charged on a home Personnel must now certify certificate has been terminatedand premiums on a loan

Congress. loan insured under the Housing -' that they require housing and that government quarters, previously negotiated by the
Included in the changes are: Act of 1954 is five per are ready to negotiate for the National Housing Act (and/or serviceman.The .
1) Mortgage insurance pre- cent per annum. purchase of a home in orderto Wherry Act Housing), and new SecNav Instruc-
miums on loans insured by 3)) Persons authorized to apply for a Certificate. (DD reasonably priced rental hous- tion of Jan. 9, 1958, replacesand
FHA will be paid by the issue eligibility certificates Form 802)). ing are not adequate.In cancels the Instruction of
Navy Department during the are: a. SecNav; b. CNP; c. Once the Certificate is cases Where the command Nov. 10, 1954.


Royal NavyAward

Goes Jf1X

To EnsignTwo .

officers of the British Vol. 15 No. 46 U. S. N. A.. S. Jacksonville, Florida 6 March 1958
Royal l Navy will arrive in
Jacksonville today to present w Issued By Defense
the Britannia Trophy for 1957 I yS

to Field.Fasron Ensign Nine i Frederick of NAS Metz Cecil of New Rules Put All EM '

Commodore D. G. Goodwin,
DSC, Royal Navy, representingthe
British Joint Services Mis- In Line For 'Pro Pay'New

sion, Navy Staff, in Washington,
will officiate at the ceremonies "basic rules" for proficiency pay advancements
scheduled for 0900 Friday at have been issued Defense
by Department once again, ac- I
Cecil Field. Personnel of Fasron cordng ,to Navy Times, and it looks like EMs in all ratings
Nine will assemble enmasse for and mihtarv occupational. fields are going to get a crack at
the occasion. promotions.:
ACCOMPANYING Commodore } The Navy and Marine Corps
Goodwin will be Comdr. G. C. have wanted' ratings and occupational cipated shortage of qualified
Baldwin, Staff Officer (Air) of fields to be includedin personnel.
the British Joint Services Mis- pro-pay plans. Until now, In specialty groups where the
sion. manpower\ strength is 90 percent
however, Defense has held out
The Britannia Trophy was pre- for only "critical" ratings to get or more of the required or
sented last year by the Admiraltyto pro-pay. authorized strength, the services
the U. S. Naval Air Train- SERVICES' must present special justificationdata
I HORNETS MOVE NEST = The Hornets of "Fighting" VA- THE pro-pay plans such as training time, re-
ing Command in grateful recog- 44 moved their nest this week from Hangar 114 to Hangar 116. for fiscal 1958 were okayed by
nition of the U. S. Navy's assis- Tool, records and equipment were piled into cruise boxes and William Francis Jr., Assistant enlistments rates and manning
tance in training over 250 British loaded on waiting trucks. Shown assisting in the first move for I Defense Secretary for Man- levels.
naval pilots under the Mutual the Hornets since 1953 are left to right Robert Becker, A03. 2)) If the services have still
Francis Bergeron, AMH3: Medford Shuff, AN and James Redden power, Personnel and Reserve, further "critical specialties" to
Defense Assistance
AMS3.Fasron. with these limitations:
period 1952 to 1956. 1) Critical occupational spe- which they want to give pro-
Subsequently Chief, Naval pay, then they must obtain spe-
cialities within the following Defense -
Air Training ordered the trophyto 109 Again Playing enlisted occupationalgroups cial permission from the Defense
be presented annually to the qualify for pro-pay advancements Department. To be eligible for
best student in air-to-air gun- this pro-pay group, EMs must
Home' To Visitors be in these Defense-determined
. nery. a) Electronics; b) Other tech-
occupational :
ENSIGN MET attained his nical (which includes Navy's groups
high mark in aerial gunnery During last summer's hurricane season, Fasron 109 played hostto hospital corpsmen, dental technicians ADMINISTRATIVE and clerical
while attached to Advanced a .group of seaplanes based in Bermuda.The aerographers, draftsmen, crafts; services; and miscell-
Training Unit 202 at NAAS aircraft had come to NAS Jax as refugees from Hurri- surveyors, photographers) ; c) aneous (which includes musi-
Kingsville, Texas.A cane Carrie which at the time was threatening Bermuda. Mechanics and repairmen; andd cians, non-rated and those with
scroll in recognition of his Now, several months later, ) ground combat. basic MOS),
performance, will be presentedby Fasron 109 once again was called quite happy to be able to samplethe PRO-PAY IS to be given to 3)) Additional pro pay advancement -
the British Royal Navy to upon to act as second home fora hospitality offered by every- "those critical specialities in without regards to
Ensign Metz. In addition, the number of seaplanes-this time one here. which there is a present or anti- (Please turn to page 6, CoL 5)OVER.SIZED )
name of the recipient will be the reason was quite different.
inscribed on the Britannia FIVE PSM Marlin seaplanes of
Trophy, a model of the Royal VP-44, which had been on Oper- rwL ryN
Navy "Vampire" jet fighter, ation Springboard in the Carib-
which will be kept permanetlyin bean, found they could not return -
the Headquarters of the Chiefof to their home base in Nor-
Naval Air Training. folk. The reason was ice had covered
Norfolk's seadrome.
Even though Jacksonville was
Whafll!! It Be- experiencing some of its coldest

weather in years, it still was
Blues, Whites? nothing to compare with the Nor-

One of the first signs of folk ice.
spring came to NAS Jax last SO VP-44's Marlins, under the
week when the optional uni- command of Comdr. Thompson,
form period was announced. remained at NAS Jax for several -

From now through May 1, days. The officers and men r k r
uniform cf the day and work- were pleased with the quick and I'
ing uniform may be worn for efficient beaching operations per-
both winter and summer. formed by Fasron 109 and were

Detailed instructions are /
given in NAS Jax Instruction Comdr.Snyder New r
1020.3 of Dec. 5, 1957. t.
FAWTU Unit'' HeadComdr.
-t1 ? '
Gordon Snyder recently _
BC-BS Payments, Due reported a boa r d Fleet All "GET-WELL' GREETING When Judy Simmons, SN, of Mainside Special
Blue Cross-Blue Shield mem- Weather Training Unit, Detach- Services read of the plight of Los Angeles Dodge rs catcher.Roy Campanella after he was left para-
bers are reminded that the next ment A, here as. prospective Of- lysed from an automobile accident, she decided a humorous "get-well' card would be in order to
is due March 17-18 and ficerinCharge.He show the Dodger great he has many friends who'are hoping for his recovery After purchasing a,
payment comes'here from Advanced giant card, Simmons had a host of Station personnel sign it for Campy's perusaL Another signer h
must be made either by check or caught ,by the camera's eye an J. M. Billingsley: AK2, of Special Services, (left) records his "John
money order,. payable to Blue Training Unit 206 at Pesnsacola,' Hancock." Looking on are J. M. Reid A/2C.,USA Ft'. '; Simmons, and Corpl.- D. P. Hudson Mario
Cross of Florida, Inc. Fla. Barracks] .

I i

I 6 March 1958

LtD fl4jJ3 Capt. LawrenceDue Pay Protest Reveals White

TransferCapt. Collar Workers Losing Out

HAS, JackBonrlU J. Lawrencewill
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. Commanding Officer Sidney .
... .. .. .
Comdr. Robert It. Smith Executive OUlcern be relieved as Commander -
..t Air JackMWTUl The following article is reprinted in its entirety from I 0);*
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer .. .. .. .. .., Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 by Capt. (
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Chief of Staff Army-Navy-Air Force Register.
fleet AI Wing Eleven Donald E. Macintosh' cere- U. S. Senators and to Congressional
Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence .. ... .. .. .......... .Commander March 20. In a report mailed to all
Capt. Thomas S. White ......':.......:.. :::..:.. .::. ::::.::::::':..: ..:. : Chief Staff Officer monies at 1400 members of the Armed Services and Post Officer and Civil Service
Naval]Ais Technical Training Center Attending from Fleet Air
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .............. .. .. ......... ... . Commanding Officer Committees, the Alameda Naval Air Station Association describedin
Comdr Wilfred E. flechman .. .. ..... ... .. Executive Officer Wing Headquarters, Norfolk, terms the growing disparity between wages of classified

Capt. Alton C. Aberaethy ... .Naval........... ..Hospital.... ... ...... .... Commanding Officer will be Rear Adm. W. A. Su- (white graphic collar) employees of the government and the cost of living
Capt. Marcy Shupp ... ..... .. ...... .. .. Executive Officer therland, Commander Fleet

Capt. Norman O. Anderson. NARTU Commanding Officer Air Wings, Atlantic Fleet. index.
Comdr William E. Hardy ...... .. ... .. . Executive Officer Capt. Macintosh will arrive The Association study shows ing to the Association, officersup -!

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Floridaat by March 15 from Naval Sta- that blue-collar wages, whichare to the rank of commander
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXO3 P-39' wherehe based on prevailing industry or
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel tion, Argentla, lieutenant colonel come much
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training was commanding officer. practice in the local area, have
Unit and the U S. closer to maintaining cost of live
Cf"nterL.Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training but
Naval Following the change of not only kept pace with, ing parity than the civilian
Service Information Officer Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter, Jr. officersof have out-stripped the rising cost
Ass't. S10 Andrew II. Plane I command ceremony\ classified employees at compar-
Editor Cordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack )Holmes PHI; John Isbell. FAW-11 and their ladies of living.
JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Mary Ann Kfrchner, SA; Staff Photographer Jim able income levels.
Moore. PH3. will be hosts at a receptionat ON THE OTHER hand the pay
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. THE ASSOCIATION reported
Club in honorof has risen
Material apparing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit o the Officers of classified employees that blue-collar
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy photo-i Capt. and Mrs. Macintosh. only 70 per cent while the cost personnel have
fr8ph received 14 increases
Editorial office located in Room 230 Main Administration Building Phone Capt. Lawrence's new duty of living in the California area f940 since
extensions 8164. 8340. 272 or 216. station will be NAS Barbers has risen 103 per cent since 1940. while their white-collar as-
sociates received
Point, Oahu, T. H, where he'll The Association's study indicates only six
MD Patients Look To Research assume duties of commanding that a similar disparity increases. The blue-collar rise In
; officer. exists in the growth rate of of- that time was 157 per cent. The
white-collar rise was only 70
ficers salaries. However, accordEXECUTIVE -
For Truth FoodThis per cent.
Millions Look ---- -
.. .'. The shows that 65
''V. .:. :;.f >:: : report per
.... : ;(>: cent of the classified employeesat
( is the third and final in a series of articles dealing with
the Naval Air Station receive
agencies involved in the second annual National Health Agencies t
less than a laborer-cleaner.
and Care and Crusade for Freedom fund raising campaign. This a
In 1940 the pay of a laborer-
week data is offered on Muscular Dystrophy and Care
r % ..:.... cleaner and a G-Sl graded employee
and Crusade for Freedom.) }"
was substantially the
With MD, It's The Wheelchair, Then Bed } ::.::' same. Today laborer-cleaners at

Muscular Dystrophy is a chronic disease of the muscles.It V the station earn $4056 per yeara -

is manifested by gradual weakening of the voluntary mus- shade less than a GS-6.

cles. Over a period of years the wastng and resultant weak- To cap its argument the As-

ening becomes progressively apparent and the patient is con- sociation pointed to the organi-

fined to a wheelchair and eventually to his bed. zation chart of the Naval Air

While Muscular Dystrophy in itself is not fatal, the Station, Alameda, in order to

weakness it makes even a trifling disease dangerous. i.a anomalies
causes very 3'.t. ,.. demonstrate the from
In muscular there is nerve involvement. s :w .
dystrophy no ,; .tb,1 :tyaC ++ the three major pay systems
Heredity is responsible for about one-third of all MD cases; applicable to activities of the

the remaining two-thirds are stricken without warning or r wt't K a, f;? t.s Department of Defense.

family history. Therefore, there is no sure way of knowing
THEY SHOWED that the com
whom it will strike.
manding officer who has
muscular usually finds more of its respon-
Though dystrophy I
sibility for the production and
victims among children, here in Duval County more adultsare
performance of a personnel complement -
victims. The last three patients reported were young
of 8698 $11,202per
men in their thirties. In one family in Jacksonville the ....- ..... '. ._- I earns
mother and six of her eight children have muscular dys- DINING ROOM The new executive dining year, including housing and
trophy. room at the NAS Jax Civilian Cafeteria was dedicated at a special subsistence allowances. Under
ceremony last week at which time a color portrait of him is a production manager
The Duval of Muscular As-
County Chapter Dystrophy '
Comdr. Robert H. Smith NAS Jax executive officer, was un whose military pay and allow-
sociation of America has been established on the premise that veiled. The room was officially named the "Smith Room" at
through research will come the ultimate knowledge of the that time in honor of Comdr. Smith. Shown viewing the pore ances total $9,143 per year.

cause, cure and prevention of MD. A large percentage of trait are Ray Forrest, mater of ceremonies, and Comdr. Smith. Under the production manageris

funds collected in Duval County will go toward support of a GS-14 superintendent. His

research projects throughout the 11,8. A local program of Smith Room DedicatedAt current pay is $10,750 per year,
chapter assistance will make use of the residue left in the more than his immediate sup-

treasury to give financial assistance to MD patients in the erior's although he has respon-

following ways: ((1)) Wheel chairs; ((2)) hospital beds for homeuse Civilian CafeteriaFormal sibility for eleven hundred fewer

of patients ((3)) Braces,' crutches, orthopedic corsets; ((4)) employees.

provide physical therapy under doctor's orders. opening and dedication of the Smith Room at the Civil- HOWEVER, under the super

Millions Yearn For Truth. Food ian Cafeteria, .Building Two, was held during a special banquet intendent are the shop masters

You don't need to be a knight in shining armor to becomea Wednesday, Feb. 26. whose annual pay is $11,294 -

Crusader. You have a grand opportunity to join the Federal Master of ceremonies for the occasion was Ray Forrest of more than any of their super-

Service Joint Crusade, which embraces two great causes in NAS Supply Department, who acted on behalf of the temporary iors (including the commanding

one: ,the CARE Food Crusade' and the Crusade for Freedom, Board of Governors for the special dining room. officer), although they are res

which supports Radio Free Europe. The Smith Room, named in ponsible for the production and

Hunger of the mind can be as painful as the pangs of ac- honor of Comdr. Robert H. Smith, table service except on special I performance of, at most, 1,000

tual physical starvation. But, a'timely message of truth and NAS Jax executive officer, pro- banquets. I employees each. (Most have res-

friendship will help .still the want that besets millions of vides an excellent atmospherefor THE ROOM has a well ap- ponsibility for no more than 600

people on both sides of the Iron Curtain. What better serv- special parties and luncheon pointed lounge area where employees).

ice could anyone perform for America than to help spread guests of Station employees. It guests may wait or enjoy a cup As the Association has pointedout
truth and understanding for us as a nation and for our demo- is available for use by all officers of coffee while discussing busi- the
under this situation
cratic way of life among those who either dare not believe and Station employees and ness affairs, and it is appropri- civilian could not"bump"
the truth or whom hunger has made despair of it? arrangements for its use can be ately to provide an atmospherefor superintendent
The Crusade for Freelom, through Radio Free Europe, made through the manager of relaxation and linen service one of his in
shop masters in reduction
and CARE, through its Food Crusade, are the means by the Cafeteria.IN with Place mats to make dininga a
force if he otherwise qual-
which we can answer the slanders and lies of totalitarian ATTENDANCE as guest at pleasure. was to
ified because he would have
propaganda. A single dollar contributed to the Crusade for the special banquet was Capt. Interior decoration was done
Freedom will buy a minute of truth beamed by Radio Free Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS Jax under supervision of George be promoted in order to accept

Europe to the homes of 70,000,000 people behind the Iron Commanding officer, who upon Arnold, an 0 & R Department this lower ranking position.

Curtain.A arrival at the banquet cut the foreman.

contribution to CARE will convince a hungry familyin ribbon at the door which form- The temporary Board of Gov-

Italy or Hong Kong, Peru, or Pakistan that notwithstandingthe ally opened the new dining room. ernors is composed of Leonard WEEKEND TIDE

propaganda of our enemies, Americans are an open hearted Also in attendance were Eubanks, Industrial Relations Officer HIGH LOW

people, always willing to share their own national abund- Comdr. Smith; Capt. Ira N. Curtis as special :advisor, with AM PM AM PM

ance with neighbors in need. ,. Public Works; Officer; Capt. Charles Hart, 0 & R; Frank Fri. 8:59: 9:23: 2:46 3:07:

Each CARE package contains.an average of 22 pounds of William C. Dunn, Overhaul'and McKinley, Public Works, and Sat. 9:49: 10:15: 3:38: 3:57:

cheese, powdered milk, wheat 'flour and. corn meal, or suf- Repair Officer; Capt. KennethR. I Ray Forrest, Supply. Sun. 10:40: 11:09: 4:32: 4:49:

ficient supplementary rations for a family of four for a Wheeler, Supply Officer and Dedication of the Smith Room

month. Each CARE package is identified as "a' gift from the Capt. Francis A. Burke, Senior was memorialized by the present-

American: people" and in addition carries with\ It the name Chaplain, who gave the invoca- ation of a hand painted portraitof At a muddy crossroad cornet|

address of the donor. tion.The Comdr. Smith together with' in the deep south is a sign that
Become a Crusader]'.Open your heart and .your pocket- Smith Room is located in an appropriately enscribed pla- reads -

book to those who are hungry-hungry for food and hungryfor the west end of the Civilian que, both of which will hang ona "Choose your rut carefully]

truth. Give to CARE and Crusade for Freedom. Cafeteria. At present there is no wall of the dining room. You'll be in it 20 miles."



i .

6 March 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Pag 9

",lIlt'Ij' : J. Legislaton StudiedTo

i ; ;' !" ''ill ,f
;: #
Better Utilize
t i iI is

ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL Service PersonnelA
Sunday, March 9
0930-Sunday School, three- a proposal for legislation that

I year-olds through adults, Build- would make important changes In
. ing 722; Service of Divine Worship + manpower management and
i Chaplain Osman. : ; s a which would affect the careerso

1 1100-Service of Divine Wor- f all officers was being studiedby

,. ship, Chaplains Reagan and the Navy, Marine Corps, Army
Davis. and Air I Force, according t 0
Army-Navy-Air Force Journal.
1830 Teen-age Fellowship,
The recommended changes are
! Building 722.
linked to the military pay bill.
'r 1900 United Fellowship of M The Cordiner Committee said

.1 Protestants, Building 722. last year that maximum utiliza-

'1 ST. EDWARDS' CHAPEL tion of manpower can be achieved
_ Sunday March 9 4 only by enactment of a new pay

0830, 1000-St. Edward's system and by parallel imple-
Chapel. iii .k mentation of new controls to vitalize -
J Dally "k:. 1 ti career opportunties, the
e 0630-St. Edward's Chapel. Journal said.Included .

e. Saturday in proposals are plans
0800-St. Edward's Chapel. RESERVISTS ANNUAL INSPECTION Officers and en. for selection-for-retention of all
:x I listed men of the Naval and Marine Air Reserve look their beet officers, Regulars and Reserve,in
!n ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL as inspection officers from NAS Glenview headquarters( all the Services after 20 years
l' Naval Hospital 'Old/ Regimer'Leaves for Naval-Marine Air Reserve Training),conduct the annual service forced retirement for
D 0630-Catholic Mass. military inspection of local units. Ceremony took place at the ; per-
VA44Lt NARTU Jax main hangar last Friday at 2000. This Will the manent officers i in lieutenant
0930 Service of
Worship, tenth such review for NARTU Jax. colonel or commander rank after
r Chaplain Bryant. Ijg) Pat Marsha, last of 26 years service and five years in
Latter Day Saints (Mormon) the "Old Regime" in Attack permanent grade instead
s of 28 at
e -Monday, 1930-Building 751. Squadron 44, leaves this week Less Than Week To Give To present, a rid similar retirementfor
Christian Science for Beeville
Tex. where he'llbe
r Tuesday, brigadier generals and rear
': 1900-Building 751. an instructor. admirals after 3.0 and five.
Health Joint Crusade DriveLess
l- Since reporting to VA-44 as The Journal said on the basisof
. a boot Ensign 45 months ago, Lt past actions, it would appear
.ed (jg) Marsha has accumulatedmore than one week remains for Navy military and civilian per- probable that the Navy and Air
sonnel in the Jax to in the National Health and
than 960 hours of jet fly- area join Agencies' Force would be more in favor of
ing time, logged more than 200 Care and Crusade for Freedom fund campaign.The the new proposals than the Army.

, carrier landings, and has been two The Navy has asked Congressto
;- fund-raiSing-driveS-1 sade for Freedom are also
awarded three 'E's for
Navy in-one, approve so-called "hump"
iir outstanding performance i n until March 12, have a goal of I placed in individual envelopesand legislation that would accelerate
bombing competitions.Lt $17,200. Due to the method of sent off to Care and Free retirement of captains and commanders -
tom (jg) Marsha is the only ; contributing, no clear cut figuresof dom headquarters in New York. but which would give
pilot now in VA-44 who made Personnel who have not yet
amounts donated to date have them "constructive credit" for the
1S ,osfi. the "Med" cruise in 1955. been made available. The use of been contacted by the "keyman"in shortened periods of service.
e While with "Fighting" 44, the envelope system makes the their respective unit are urgedto
his I billets included Admini- process of ascertaining contri- do so before the conclusionof

'1' strative Officer, Personnel Officer butions longer than usual. the campaign. MOVIES'
and Material Officer.Employees .
DURING THE Health drive National
lId Sojourn BodyTo
each donor is able to determinethe
amount he wishes to contri- Hold Dinner Meeting (Malnside and NATTCenter

102 To bute to each of the six partici- Northeast Florida Chapter No. movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday -

1d'r pating health agencies. Indivi- 435, National Sojourners, has Sunday and holidays,
duals should indicate on designator scheduled a ladies night meeting 1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital movie -
er Cast Ballots cards enclosed in each envel- tomorrow (Friday)' at 1800 at the daily. 1900.)

y- ope the designation and amounthe NAS Jax Commissioned Officers Thursday. Mar. 6
WednesdayEmployees wishes to make. Mess (Open). Mainside-Kiss Them For Me

erlis HEALTH AGENCIES includedin Dinner will follow the meeting, (color comedy) ,with Gary Grant
will go to the polls the campaign are American at 1930. and Jayne Mansfield. Adults

Ir, next Wednesday.At Cancer Society, Arthritis and All National Sojourners, past Only.
p- a. f. stake will be election for Rheumatism Foundation, Musc- and present, and commissionedand NATTCenter-Hatful of Rain
11- representatives on the Employees' lar Dystrophy Association, Na- warrant officers who are (drama) with Eva Marie Saint
err Councils, Civilian EmployeeFood tional Society for Crippled Child Master Masons are invited.: and Don Murray.HospitalTen .
Services Board, Civilian ren and Adults, United Cerebral Make reservations now with 'Thousand
Employee Welfare and Recrea- Palsy and National Society for Capt. Macy G. Martin, extension rooms (color drama) with Dean
tion Association and the Employees' Prevention of Blindness. 346 or 337, or with Lt. John Martin and Anna Maria Alberg-
rs ALASKA BOUND Paul Mutual Death Benefit So- Contributions to Care and Cru- Kemp, EV 73964. hetti.
- Alon SN of ComNab Six ciety.
was ---------------- -
r- presented a surprise office Names of employees duly nom- Friday Mar. 7
I1g party last week prior to his departure Mainside-Sad Sack (comedy)
inated for election to these boards
to Adak Alaska. Here
with Jerry Lewis and David
$ and councils have been
the Philippine native admires public- :
'1 d a cake decorated with an et- ized by Industrial Relations Bul- : Wayne.
'00 kimo igloo. i letins posted around the Station.In NATTCenter-Kiss Them For
's- addition i information
re- M
00 Hospital Hatful of Rain.
ComNab Staff garding the time and place of
election has been publicized within Saturday Mar. 8
ed Station departments by desig- Mainside Cowboy (color
he Member Heads nated election officials. western (with Glenn Ford and

)got Official ballots will i be pro- Jack Lemmon.
itein For Alaska vided employees by the officials : NATTCenter-Sad Sack.
Hospital-Kiss Them For Me.
and will contain names of l ,
persons ,
il- If Paul Alon, SN, 28-year old duly nominated for election. i ; '. Kiddie Matinee: Arrowheadcolor
toP attached to ComNabSix } t" JI ( western) with Jack Pa-
Philippino Also, the ballots will provide II
J' lance
I and Charlton
Heston. Also
Personnel Office at NAS Jax space for the write-in of persons :

thought last month was cold, should employees desire not to ';":'':..'.: .:.,,: j Dutch Treat.
where he's headed will ,be lots vote for the listed nominees. i j Y .; Sunday, Mar. 9
colder. However, a write-in candidate ". Mainside-I Married a Woman
Alon left 'Friday for Naval must also meet the requirementsof t (comedy) with George Gobel

Station, Adak, Alaska, a far cry eligibility for election to the .,",,:,,,1''. .' and Diana Dors. Also, CallingAll
from NAS Jax' warm spring- councils and boards as given in Cuckoos.

7 1 time. the Jax Air News of Feb. 20. ;!. 4f;: i.: .1.1i"f".t TTCenter-Cowboy.

7 While .with ComNab Six the Election results 'will be carried .: ; .,, Hospital-Sad Sack.

9 past 12 months, Alon's duty was in a future issue of the Air "... :" .::)..;, f<" "-ii' ?:/:> ; ,;.. .:.f,;"',:. v ,/., Monday Mar. 10
mostly as messenger and typist. News. ----y. -, >, -:'!'Iol-,_)_<, .."..'.-. '; Mainside Bitter Victory
'_ Prior to his departure, he was ADM. AKERS INSPECTS- Rear Adm. Frank Akers Chiefof ((drama) with Ruth Roman and
lei tendered a surprise party 'given from fellow associates. Presenta- Naval Air Technical Training, is shown above as he holds a Richard Burton. Also, Rock
, by fellow workers: A cake on tion was made by Com d r. personnel inspection on part of NATTCenter't 4.000 Navy and Hound Magoo.NATTCenter.
at which an eskimo igloo was built Thomas Cummings, former Staff Marine Corps personnel. Inspection and review were part of I Married a
the Center's annual Administration-Material
Inspection. Ac-
Administration Officer for Com
ly added to the affair. companying Adm. Akers is Capt. Charles L. Moore JrM com- Woman.
Alon was presented a gift Nab Six. manding officer of NATTCenler. Hospital Cowboy

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i Page 4 SAX AIR NEWS G March 1958

I *i* I i Supply Employee Award I

Goes To Mrs. Brown (

SALTY HIJMDR MOM Congratulations to Mrs.
HERE AND THERE Katherine Brown who has l

been chosen "Supply Person-
"I want you to grow up straight
ality of the Month" for Marchfor
-every inch a man, said the
king to his son, "sp that you will outstanding performanceof
make a good ruler.' her duties. 1r
x y S 00 Mrs. Brown works as tabu- 1t I

lating machine operator in the
I r4 nTI Once there were two weevils.
Machine Records Division of
One worked day and night and th
NAS Jax Supply Dept.In D Db
finally became a big success.
spite of heavy workloadsand
The other just lay around in a
demanding schedule,
I 4j cotton bowl all day and remainedthe a t
her devotion to duty and out-
lesser of the two weevils.
4ry 000 standing initiative have enabled t
her to meet
It's not much fun to work hard every r

and save your,meager salary all need.In .
addition the of
your life then take a round-the-
her work and the
completed ,
world trip and discover every-
body else on the boat is a slo- cooperative and congenial A

_.. -n .. ...__ gan-contest winner. I manner in which she assumes
TURKISH FIREFIGHTER HERE Comdr. Hakki Saveci every task are examples for

of the Turkish Nary (right) is risiiing NAS Jax endure Chief True justice is when a steno- others..
Don Moran of extensive in the U.S. observe Mrs. native of
as part an tour to Brown a ,
grapher spits her out of
fire fighting techniques. Comdr. Saveci Fire Marshal for the gum a Jacksonville, is a graduate of
Turkish Nary and officer-in-charge of that country's firefighting 54-story window, and then stepson
school, is shown with Chief Moran at a mock-up exercise it as she leaves the office for Lee High School. She began KATHERINE SHOWN .-
at NATTCenler's fire mat. the day. her career as tabulating ma- Supply employee of the month.

000Daffynishuns chine operator in March, 1951,
Firefighting Observed with Blue Cross of Fla. capacity with John H. Swisherand I
: Grasshopper Sons, reporting aboard NAS
She later served in the same
cockroach that chews tobacco
Jax in July, 1956.Fifth .

Turkish Fire Marshal and camps out.
Navy 0 *

A man dropped his watch from

the top of the Empire State
Finds Jax Pleasant
DutyIn Building.He 1

got on the elevator, rode

the wake of German and Canadian visitors of recent down, walked out onto the side-

weeks, NAS Jax was host to a Turkish Navy Commander, walk just in time to catch his

who just happens to be that Navy's Fire Marshal and officer- watch.
( in a series of articles on'federal income taxes based on
in-charge of their new and modern firefighting school at Explanation His watch was
the Internal Revenue Service.
information from
Golcuk Shipyard. 10 minutes
Comdr. Hakki Saved was here slow.e IF YOU itemize deductions on page two of Form 1040, you can
visiting Station Fire Chief Don aircraft carriers. A theatre usher was astonishedto deduct losses of your personal property resulting from a fire, storm,

Moran. Moran Tur- in Istanbul flood, automobile accident, hurricane, or other similar event.
was sent to Currently living a see a big brown bear sitting in
key in late 1954 to help establish 90-mile trip from Golcuk, the I the front row eating a bagful of You can also deduct losses of money or other personal propertydue

firefllghting systems and the commander has been in the peanuts. to theft in the year of dis- A DEDUCTIBLE casualty loss 1

school and Comdr. Saved actedas Navy 23 years. He attended a "Hey," he whispered "where'dyou covery, but you may not deduct can result' from complete or

interpreter and guide for him. Naval high school prior to entering get the peanuts? I thoughtthe losses due to losing or mislaying partial destruction of propertybut

IN THIS COUNTRY to attendU. the Turkish Naval Aca- machine was broken." articles. generally speaking, must result -

S. firefighting schools and demy.A from an identifiable eventof 4 f

study new systems and equip- FORMER engineering officer, 'r. i'Y:; ; a sudden, unexpected, or un-
ment Comdr. Saved took "time < ; ?
Comdr. Saveci became a "lirefighter" ; usual nature. t
out" for a week's visit with his in
1948 when he tookan to c
., Damage your own car resulting -
American friend. exam, passed and was sentto r ,;',, from a collision or acci-
Fresh from the Navy's ClassA this country to study fire- :>" dent can be deducted only if not

School at the Philadelphia fighting in order to set up the due to your willful negligence or 1

Shipyard, he emphasized,that his Turkish school. willful act 6

school in Turkey is very similar, While at NAS Jax, Comdr. You cannot deduct amounts 1

having the same mock-ups, en- Saveci observed local equipmentand you pay for damage to the ownerof

gine rooms and other equipment.One exercises held by the civilian another car with which you l

difference he immediately and military fire departments. : may have collided.ON .
pointed out, however, was they E- .
PERSONAL, nonbusiness
He left Sunday to return to
have no hangar deck mock-up, Philadelphia where he will attend property, the amount of loss to
since the Turkish Navy has no a two-week Damage Con- be deducted is the difference between -

trol school before going to the the value of the propertyjust

Navy Department in Washington : before the casualty and the ;

where he will spend 14-weeks value just after.

studying sprinkler systems and The deductible loss can be no

other methods of firefightingfrom more than the cost of the prop- '

designing boards and blue- erty and must be reduced by any
prints. insurance or other compensation

VISITING Jacksonville for the received. You may not deduct
the cost of repairing, replacing or
(Personnel are invited to visit first time, he felt hat the t cleaning after
up the casualty.
streets emptier after 1700
the usa Servicemen' Club at were ....___nnn____ HOWEVER if the repairs do
than other U. S. cities.
331 W. Forsyth St. The club is Appar- WINS INSTRUCTION COMPETITION Marine Reserve
no more than restore the
open from 0900 to 2300 daily.) ently, he feels, the people here S/Sgt. Glenn King (left), member of Fighter Squadron 144, is to its prop-
erty condition
Thursday, Mar. 6 Fun, games, leave work and go home to their shown being congratulated by Ma). Philip Burnham, executive immediatelybefore
wives and children, whereas in officer of MARTD Jax upon his return from New Orleans where he the casualty, and do not
prizes. Dancing class with Pat other cities, they seem to turn was declared winner of the Area Annual Marine Corps Reserve add to its value, utility, or useful
McMasters, 2100. Technique of Instruction competition. S/Sgt. King advances to life, such repair costs may be
Friday, Mar. 7 Juke Box more to bars and restaurants. Semi-finale at Glenview IlL used
as a measure of the decrease -
Party. However- doesn't considerthis
in value.
Saturday, Mar. 8-"Splash and in any way, to be a black
You should attach statementto
Swim" party at YMCA, 2000.No mark against Jax. In fact, he King Voted 'Best Instructor'SSgt. I your return giving a the detailson
charge. finds it very nice and a pleasant
any deduction taken for
Sunday, Mar. 9_Free morning surprise. Glenn King, .of Marine ualty of theft loss. cas-

coffee hour, 1000; Attend churchof Reserve Fighter Squadron 144 Earlier this year, S/Sgt King Some of the loss items for

your choice, 1045; Vesper AK: Graduates ToppedBy of NARTU Jax, was declared was declared winner of the which you cannot claim a deduc-
time i 1730, refreshments by winner in the Area Marine Re- VMF-144 contest. tion
I are:
Temple Sisterhood Frees movie Billy Lockhart serve Technique of Instruction Next
; phase he'll compete in is I Personal injury to yourselfor
"Meet the Killers," with Abbott Billy Lockhart, AKAN, of Kut- competition, Feb. 23 in New the semi-finals to be held at the another person

and Costello. tawa, Ky., was named honor stu- Orleans. Marine Air Reserves Training Accidental loss of cash or

Monday, Mar. 10 Orchestra dent in last week's graduation at The contest consists of a 20 Command Headquarters in Glen- other personal property .

Dance, NAS 'Jax Band, informal. Aviation Storekeepers School minute presentation by the con- view, 111.SSgt. e Damage due to rust or grad-

Tuesday, Mar. 11_Games, fun I Class A at NATTCenter.' testant, before an audience, on King has been a mem- ual erosion

night. Lockhart, who entered the a military topic, and an im- ber of the Flying Gator squadron Animals or plants damagedor

Wednesday, Mar. 12 Disc Navy in May, 1952 has been promptu five minute presentation since March 1952 and is a destroyed by disease

jockey program, charge of JoAnn transferred to VA-26, stationed at on a topic given. him a civilian instructor at NATTCenter. Property lost in storage or

George, 2030. Moffett Field, tlalf., for duty. half-hour before. in transit (AFPS)



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! C March 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Station Cage r Pensacola Cagers

Crown Goes __

To The All-Station'Hunters' ___ Pacing Regionals

intramural -

basketball jewels are back in Local oddsmakers were favoring the Pensacola Navy

I possession of Mainside ath- Goshawks to capture the South Atlantic Regional Basketball I

letes after a 56-40 VW-4 vic- Tournament being played at Mainside gym earlier this week.
tory over Support Splinters of 4thr'x Buck Weaver's Sixth NavalDistrict 1
NATTCenter Friday night at champions, who wrestedthe fall by the wayside in the South

Mainside gym. crown from Jax Navy in a Atlantic.
I The victory was the fourth of 62-37 final game in the 6ND GEORGE THYDEN'S crew
the week for the Hurricane five. Tourney Saturday night at the lost a 93-87 decision to Norfolk

They succeed CVG-17 in the Mainside ball palace, had stroked Navy on opening day, despite a
I throne room of Mainside intramural past two Regional opponentswith 31 point performance by King-
I basketball competition. case through Tuesday's sville's Bud Nystfeldt. Herb
I Last Wimberly hooped 28 for Norfolk.
Monday, VW-4 trounced games.
I I VP-5, 87-28, to tie Operations for FINALS WERE on tap for last Guantanamo eliminated King-
I sville, sending the Texas club
Ithe American'League
I bunting night and the Goshawks had wona
home early by posting an 84-69
after holding second place for place in the "all or nothing"round
I [several weeks. by tripping.Norfolk's 5ND verdict Tuesday afternoon.
IN THE SIXTH Naval District
Tuesday morning, the 'Cane champs in a Tuesday morning Tourney, which finished with the

I Hunters bested Operations,61-49, eye-opener, 65-60. 62-37 Pensacola rout of Jax
for the League crown and the Big center John O'Neill buck-
Navy Saturday night, seven
ight to meet National League 511 ff eted 19 points in addition to
teams competed.
itle-holding VFP-62 sweeping the boards as he pacedhis
[ for the 6Nt results went like this: Memphis
ainside toga. mates to their second tourna- 72. Glynco 56; Jax Navy 78. Sanford
VW-4 didn't ment win.Regional. 57; Pcnsacola J02. Key West 63.
. experience too
Second round: Memphis 84, Jax 68;
uch difficulty in downing the competition opened Ten&acola 90, Green Cove 67; Key West
omposite Squadron once the I fN. : with Pensy drubbing Guantanamo '70 Srnford 60; Green Cove 79, Glynco
|Iunters started rolling, registerg Bay, pride of the Tenth. 53.
a convincing 62-42 win. Naval District, 80-53, after toying Third round Pensacola 67, Memphis
W / with the Cubans through 50; Jax 79, Key West 66; Memphis 88.
Green Cove 67; Semi-finals, Jax 82,
much of the initial half Memphis 71.STRIKES..

O'NEILL WAS high man for
askill Seeded
x Pensacola with 16 markers while

Ellston Pullian, deadly on the
m irst In Navy push, bucketed 19 for "Gitmo."

In Waves competition, the Jax

In ennis Event Navy Crackerjax, eking out a SPARES
52-50 thriller over Pensacola's
jjax Navy's first tennis tour- Gosettes in the 6ND event, wenton SPLITSAn

fnament of the season got off toitf BASKETBALL BOARD BRAWL The South Atlantic Re- to drop Bainbridge ((5ND) in
ty good start Saturday at the gional Basketball Tournament was held at Mainside gym Mon- women's Regional play, 45-37. "old-timer" and "young-
ssor Boone Park courts. day through Wednesday of ihb week and action often got hot Results of a second game Tues- ster" lead their respective lea-
and furious as four Naval District champions battled for a bid
Top match saw Roger Beidler to the All.Navy Tourney at Pearl Harbor T. H. In an openingtilt day night were not available at gues in Mainside intramural
tynt .t ,VW-4 defeat Ted Swain of Monday, Pensacola Navy's Johnny O'Neill ((23)) is shown press time. As in men's play, it'sa bowling play with long-time
'>- [AGO School in a close duel. The attempting to gain the best in a backboard battle with Guantanamo double elimination affair. leader ComFair Jax pacing the

(final tally read 9-7, 3-6, 6-3. Bay's Fred Beckman ((9)) and walloped an unidentified Guantanamo"Gilmo"player. of With his big gun, Chris Cot- American loop and newcomer
Pensacola 6ND champion
:' ton hand and in NARTU holding forth in the Na-
1- PREVIOUSLY. Beidler had up- IOND. 80.53.Jax on good physi-
ended Bill Becker in another -. -- cal shape, Caskey's club was tional circuit.

'close l tilt, 7-5, 8-6. favored to win the nod to. the i The Reserve, who took over

"{Merl Sellers of VP-5 made his Navy Skeet Ace Women's All Navy at San Diego, the National's top rung last

tot [way to the semi-finals by defeating Calif., March 13-17. week, own an attractive 19-5
otr ; Men's champion wins a free record while VAH-1 .No. 1 and
[ Walt Shaw of VF-43, 6-3, American'
> 3, then besting Jim Brown of Named 'All trip to Submarine Base, Pearl Operations share second place.

is P-18, 6-2, 6-0. Harbor, Hawaii, for the All- ComFair Jax, in the American -

]OTHER SEMI-finalists include Ken Pendergras, AOC, one of the nation's top skeet Navy cage meet. League's top spot for several -
>u Pick Gaskill of VA-15 shooters and mainstay of the Jax Navy clay bird squad for N A AS, Kingsville, rags-to- weeks, also possesses, 19-5
a heavy Robinson's riches champion of the Eighth slate. VP-5 knocked VP-18 out
named Sports
has been on Jimmy
several I
[favorite, and J, C. Karrh of years
ssto ',rNfRTU.In Afield All-American first team released today. Naval District, was the first to of second place last week.
This is the third straight year -
- battles this week, Sellers the VW-4 chief has made the American Open Military All-
nd Karrh meet for a berth in All-American team.PENDERGRAS. Gauge title at Dallas, Tex., last

le hey finals, while Beidler and former Na- April, with 196x200 and the
,;[Gaskill vie for the other berth. and Southeastern All-Around Cham-
tional skeet champion pre-
Jax Navy's first varsity match sent champion of Latin-America, pionships with 488x500. _

10.y Jef the year will be held Saturday led the' nation's high average THE "HURRICANE Hunter" aw :ny
. at Boone Park against the 20-gauge gunners in 1957 with a ordnance chief also won the fic L $

Parris Island Marines. Matches mark of 97.9 on 1,500 registered Southeastern .410-gauge champ- .
start at 0900. targets. ionship with a score of 95x100, Y

lie was victorious in the 1957 the Small-Gauge AA (97x100),
Inter-American Open and Puerto 20-Gauge Runner-Up ((99x100)),

NAWS Pinmen Rico 20-Gauge Championships. and Co-Military i 1 I All-Gauge .
toy ,Pendergras captured'the Pan- Championship, with 197x200. ?
He's the current Florida State
rt Station Title Golf 20-Gauge champion, breaking
11 lead remained unchangedafter 100x100 at West Palm Beach to

e last week's action in the win the title. He also copped the :

'- NATTCenter intramural bowling Tourney Moves .410 gauge runner-up crown with

league as the Miss i i it l e men of 45x50 and the 28-gauge AA
Itis NAWS School made a clean To Final RoundThe championship with a 49x50 score.

sweep over the Support Splinters. In July of last year, Pender-
annual NAS Jax Station __
Another change in the stand- gras won the 20-gauge runner-
Golf Championship Tourney up championship with 98x100, the
ings occurred when the Store- Sr
moved along this week with finals -
keepers went ahead of the Ord- All-Gauge Military Championship -
' expected Sunday.In and the All-Gauge AA &! s 73y
- nancemen, and now lead them in round championshipflight :
first Championship. with 149x150, at
the second place battle, by a play, Bob Taylor defeated
if game and a half. : Walt O'Neill with Frank Richards Memphis, Tenn. ;

Though handicapped by a frac- winning aver Bob Parsops. Re- OTHER TITLES packed away ___ Ii4 : ::4
VW-4 chief i the
tured toe. M/Sgt. Steve Mayer of sults of the match between Ace by the were
the Marine Aviation Detachment Johnson and Harry Webb were Gulf States Open All-Around

l- Keglers continued to roll along at not known at press time. and Sub-Small Gauge runnerupat ,.--'w' _"
a 171 average. The meet is made up of the Biloxi, Miss., in September. JAX NAVY SKEET ACE All-American Ken Pendergras.
d Chief Jim i Sauers o f NAWS championship and three other The Jax Navy ace then fin- AOC, is setting his sights on another succe..ful'lealon after
being' named to Sports Afield Magazine's All-American Skeet
School,''however, with a lofty 169 flights. Prizes will be. awarded ished the season with a mark of Team. He Is presently the Latin-American champion and is a

is slowly gaining ground on the winners and runner,' up, in each 97.7 on 2,500'All-Bore clays to former National titleholder and is one of the mot well-known
leader. ; flight. : i place fifth in the entire nation. figures in Nary sport circles.



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 8 March .1958

New Rules
VAH-1 VW-4\ VA-104 VA-44 Report
(Continued from Page 1))

specialty, may be given to EMson

the basis of "outstanding ef-
Scouting SquadronsVAH.I .w, fectiveness."

. However, such pro-pay promo.
in this area January 12, was an tions will be limited to 15 percent

On Feb. 27, "Heavy One"ship- easy-to-understand presentation of all proficiency advance-
covering weather from man's aj ments.In .
ped over two more men. Leonard Y
earliest prognostications to mod- I determining critical ratingfor
Cooper, AEC, and George Gueth- ..
lein, AQ1, were sworn in by the ern-day attempts to control the pro-pay purposes, the Navy

skipper, Comdr. William Spiegel. elements. will base its determination on

Cooper has 20 years of service It will be the Hurricane Hunt- three factors.

behind him and Guethlein has ers' privilege to obtain a copy They are the "criticality" of
16. of this film during the coming Y of the rating reelistment ratea

VAH-1 just received a com- hurricane season to show to interested ( poor reenlistment rate would

mendation from ComNavAlrLant groups in and around enhance the rating being declared -

on its excellent record of reen- Jacksonville. As of March 20, critical), and length of

listments.A "The Unchained Goddess" pre- training, which would include

welcome back is extended to sentation can be obtained by con- both the "complexity" of the

Lt. Charles Kiser, after a three tacting Lcdr. DeMayo at exten- training program and the lengthof

week stay in the hospital wherehe sion 8666. time it would take -to qualifya

underwent surgery.A The change from the P2V Neptune / man for petty officer promo-

party was given by VAH-1 ; to the WV Super Constel- ""' tion.
44 .. ,. ,
lation continued in full swing last
in honor of Comdr. Lynn Cornie,
week civilian assis-
who retired as a flight
from the Navy Feb.
Navy officers' wives are counting contributions made by military -
28. It was held last Friday nightat tance team from Lockheed joined and civilian personnel to the National 'Health Agencies
the "19th" Hole. the squadron.The fund raising drive which closes next Wednesday. Reading clock-
Lcdr. Billie Hamilton was team, composed of pilot wise are Mr!. Seth Searcy, Mrs. Louis Polansky, Mrs. B. J.
Barnes, apd Mrs. Tom Gumming About 100 officers' wives
Robert Brewer and flight -
transferred this week engineer -
to Fasron
from various activities here are volunteering their services to
51 at NAS Sanford where he'll Dwight "Chat" Chatteron, the fund raising headquarters. The campaign fo CARE and Cru.
take over duties as Operations are flying with the VW-4 crewsto sade for Freedom is running concurrently with the Health drive.

-Officer aid in flight procedure stand- 3 wR

A welcome aboard is extendedto ardization.
S Marine Units'
, Lcdr. Wallace Moessmer and
Ensign Wayne Carpenter. VA-104 t ra )
The "Hell's Archers" of Attack

VW-4 Squadron 104 are scheduled to Revise Pay SystemFive I' .

One of the more interestingand depart this area for a brief but
informative intensive training period at Mc- With TheToasfmosfers
programs to appear Marine Corps units at Camp Lejeune, N. C., are trying outa
Calla Field Guantanamo
TV "The Un- Bay*
on lately was
plan which will eliminate many uses of the pay order form.
Cuba. *
chained Goddess animated
Under the experiment insteadof
tion picture explaining what man Departure date has tentativelybeen making up a new order every clerks is when Marines are pro- The whys, where and howsof
has discovered about the scheduled for March 12 moted busted leave.
weather time a Marine's daily 'pay rate or go on "Evaluation" were enucleatedfor
and the return date, at this time;
Units participating are Service,
changes, the plan would permit members of Navy Civilian
The hour-long feature shown is unknown. The squadron will Headquarters, Base Material and
adjustments in pay to be made Toastmasters Club at their Tues-
be relieving the "Thundermugs"of MP and Guard Bns and the
directly from the unit diary. day night dinner meeting.
Attack Squadron 176. Force Service Regt.APowered .
Four instruction speeches
this i
Congratulations are in order say
for Ensign Michael Bode, who will eliminate 75 percent of the covering Phase V of Speechcraft
were rendered by Tom Forrest,
was promoted to Lt (jg) effective paper work which now goes into "
c3<3k ..y1 r ,, q; a March 1. pay accounts. This would also Enterprise on "Purpose of Evaluation; Mike

"Welcome aboard" is extended lessen the time lag between To Be Ready In '1961 Cascone", "How to Evaluate a
Speech; Ben pallering, "How to
David Hartman changes in pay. announced'
to Ensign The Navy has "
and Ray
Evaluate A Speaker;
who reports from Advanced I If adopted the new system will lhat the world's first nuclear Forrest, "Can You Take It."

Training Command, Corpus work like this: powered aircraft carrier will Al Simonds delivered his

Christi, Texas. Ensign Hartman Each day, an extra copy of be named Enterprise.The "Hands Up" speech with an elu-
recently completed the FAWTU- the unit diary will be certifiedby keel of the carrier, so cidation on "Orthographic Pro-

Lant "All Weather" training the commanding officer and named to perpetuate the jection.

syllabus at NAS Jax. sent to the disbursing office. Pay World War II carrier and ber Master of Ceremonies for the

The squadron would like to clerks will then make adjust- six predecessors, was laid evening was Emmett Glasgow,

take this opportunity to wish. ments in pay directly from the Feb. 4 at Newport News, Va. with Don Moran as topic master

Russell Isenbletter, AD2, and his diary, instead of writing up individual Designated CVAN 65, the new and Lawton Green as master

family, "best luck and much pay orders for each Enterprise i id slated for del- head shrinker.

success" in the future.. Isenbletter change.IF ivery in 1961. Three new members have been

is scheduled for dischargefrom A MAN has been on leave welcomed into the fold includingDr.

the Navy on March 9 and' and returns, his leave rations Max Suter, Lee Napier and
concludes 24 months of duty in will automatically be paid. In- The USS Ranger, newest of Norman Brooks. Two guests were

VA-104. stead of having to be sure a the Navy's Forrestal-class car- on hand for the session, Charles

VA-44 pay order for leave rats is en- riers, began her first combat mis- Vick of Downtown Toastmasters

A new aviator, class of 1981, tered, the man will send them in sion recently-a shipboard cam- 297 and Sam Hendricks, NAS

arrived a.t St. Vincent's Hospital his next pay without further ado. paign designed to curb excessive Cecil Field Toastmasters 2454.

last week. Proud parents, Lt (jg) Principal places where the weight among enlisted person- Next meeting will be held

and Mrs. Albert Finch, will call 1 change will be of help to pay nel. Tuesday at 1900 at CumberlandRoad

the young Hornet, Allen. Community Center. The

Ann Finch, now'has husband ;.:' Area Speech contest, with
Albert, first son Alvin and secondson \','''',i:1"\ speakers representing all clubsin
', j ; ,
Allen. ;: ;, > the area, is set for March 13 at
Ensign Donald Stewart,squadron -
the CPO Club.
f... ., <.:J... : ...,\ :.:,,:;::2KH'eH.A"'FP&CURVES Ordnance Officer, has a new ,: ., \ .

and interesting 'job. He's the new Capt. H. Young of N A T T-
AHEAD Movie director of music at All Sants' Center will represent Jax Navy
actress Merry Anders I how I
why she wouldn't have any Chapel. Toastmasters Club 546 (Officers)
trouble bringing traffic to a Friday night, the Walnut room in the Area 47 Speech Contest
screeching halt. of the Officers' Club, was the March 13 at the CPO Club.

scene of a going away party for Lcdr. Ray Mullins of NARTU
VAH-1 Thespian In Lt (jg) Pat Marsha, who leaves will be alterate contestant. The

the squadron this week for Bee- club's representative was chose

Local Comedy Role ville, Texas. at a formal speak-off held at last

Ensign Charles Gill, bombar- Thursday's regular meeting.
dier-navigator for Heavy Attack Daffynishuns: Southpaw a

Squadron 1 during working I fellow who rears his children below ; : 'Sara' Airman CapturesTop

hours, has turned to the theatrefor the Mason-Dixon line. Prize In ContestA
off-duty recreation. Saratoga sailor, Howard
Ensign Gill will make his Breathes there a man with a
., Wetherell Jr., AN, is the $250 top
first in the semiprofessional soul so dead ate tN
appearance i5 i
prize winner in the recently-
theatre March 13, Who never to himself has said,
Navy Times' "Be the
after roles in college and ama- !1"1! ? I"e;! (.1!: completed "
teur ranks. As he stubbed his toe on the
The young airman's
He'll play the role of David I foot of the bed.
S SC ...-- -.... .. ....,. '. drawn from the names of numerous -
Bullock in the comedy, "The NEW PFC WINCES'Just promoted to Pfc., T. D. Brad- subscribers who had sub-
Reluctant Debutante" at theFairfax There would be a great many dock, (center) winces In anticipation of the blows about'to be mitted their editorial comments
Theatre in Jacksonville, more brunettes in this country if adminstered by Pic., William Henley, left, and Pfc. R. E. Roe-
about the publication.
March 13-22.. so many hadn't dyed. buck. All three .are stationed at the NAS Jax Marine Barracks.,