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Follow. Special Traffic Pattern For Air Show

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15 No. 51 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 10 April 1958

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Blue Angels Show

The Navy's famous Blue Angels flight demonstrationteam
originally formed here at NAS Jax in 1946, will makeits
t" first offical appearance of the season when it performs

,.1 at NARTU Jax this Sunday as a highlight of Naval-Marine .
Air Reserve Week.
4 4 Comdr. "Ed" Holley, present of the well-known flight group
leader of the group, will put Voris of
was Lcdr. Roy "Butch"
:. his Angels through their intri-
of Santa Cruz, Calif.
cate aerial maneuvers, which
!, Other leaders were: Lcdr R.A.
have been witnessed literally
'" ; by Clark, 1957; Lcdr. R. E. "Dusty"
hundreds of thousands of
Rhodes, 1949 Lcdr. Johnny Mag-
f '.,- ""......__.>W" spectators throughout the coun- da, 1950; Lcdr. A. Ray Hawkins,
BLUE ANGELS TO FLY HERE-The famous Nary flight demonstration team the Blue try. 1952, and Comdr. R. L. Cormier,
Angels is scheduled to perform at NAS Jax Sunday afternoon. A large crowd is expected
to thrill to the antics of this nationally-known flight group in addition to witnessing other THE BLUE Angels will be flying 1954.
I demonstrations and an open house at NARTU. The celebration will mark the end of Naval the sleek Tiger jets, knownas THE PRESENT Blue Angels,
Marine Air Reserve Week. Originally formed at NAS Jax in 1946, the Blue Angels now fly the Grumman F-11F-1. all of whom are comparative"New
the supersonic Grumman Tiger.'DOLLAR I Original leader and organizer I Blues," are Capt. Stoney

Mayock, USMC, Lt. John Da-
STRETCH' mian, Comdr. Holley, Lt. Herb
Hunter, Lt. Bob Rasmussen, and
Lt. Jack Dewenter.
IDEAS URGEDNas Lt. Mark Perrault serves as
Public Information Officer while

Jax is in the midst of its part in Lcdr. Williard Oleson is main-
Stretch," an intensified economy campaign tenance officer.Beginning .
Navy with hopes of cutting unessential spending. its 12th year, the
-H team will continue to show the
.scneauiea to run tnrougn
June, the campaign is first of Thus, personnel here public what the Navy can do
its kind to spell out ways of double incentive to with the "flying machine." The
cutting overhead costs. the Navy's economy + 1958 version of this is the sup-

THE NAVY Department, SUGGESTION ersonic F-11F-1.
through "dollar stretch" ideas located in various -I Transition into jet aircraft
from personnel throughout the and persons are came for the group in the sum-
establishment, wants to obtainas use the regular a. mer of 1949. The new jet was
many ideas as possible whichcan when submitting r' the Grumman F9F-2 Panther,
be adopted immediately in ideas. and this was used until outbreakof

various Bureaus and Offices of When completed, the Korean Conflict.IN .
the Department, field activitiesand be placed in the LATE 1951, the newer type
forces afloat. ? directly to the Panther, the F9F-5, made its
Ideas submitted aboard NAS Incentive Awards showing at the Memphis, Tenn.

,Jax for "Operation Dollar 22, Building 907. Mid-South Navy Festival.
Stretch" may also be processed The words "dollar The Blue Angels then switched -

at the same time under the Incentive should be marked on ---- to the swept-wing F9F-8
Awards Program. insure screening to Blue Angels Cougar in the winter of 1954-55,
famous dia taking on the new Tiger last
they should be :
Damian solo:
Operation Dollar ; Bob Rasmussen year.
Reinstates mittee. Hunter, left The team became the nucleusof
Navy appear here VF-191 during the Korean

Early Out PlanNavy PROCEDURE' public at 1230. campaign, serving aboard the
for handling : USS Princeton.
enlisted personnel tions aboard the
nationally'Y. Three brand-new maneuversare
scheduled for separation from sidered the most Enter expected to be executed by
active duty on or after July 1 processing "dollar the Blue Angels at Sunday's
may get out one month early., Cooperation' in this show
the Navy has announced. desired to generate a
THIS INCLUDES a high per-
The Navy said the move was feasible ideas in the
formance take-off in diamond
being made to achieve authorized economy. i at the
formation maneuver that
strength figures.No nder-
Personnel can make gets starts infront of the crowd and'
further word was avail- '
O. D.
S. not
ends in a 40-degree
able at this time.
tion Dollar Stretch but
will be within the 'limits of most fields,
Desire to Save.
at NAS Jax, and a landing fingertip for-
and VF-102, the mation.
I Employment Policy Com j at NAS Cecil Other performances at the air

show will include a demonstration -
Three members of the Presi- sent a cross section ; VA-106 are the by NAS Jax of a helicopter -
dent's Committee on Government supervisors both as to attack outfits in rescue and firefightingevent.
Employment Policy will and as to grade. The ; which .
visit the Naval 'Air Station Monday will tour O & R in field in NAS Glynco will demonstrate
noon. meet, with six (Please turn to Page 6. col. 2)BCBS )
The committee, with headquarters I NAS Jacksonville
in Washington, will selected as location'for of 'VA-176 Payments Due
meet with the commanding officer of such conferences AD Skyraider Blue Cross-Blue Shield mem-
before holding a confer- visors in the field. Gladiators, a unit bers are reminded that the next
ence with some 50 supervisory ence will deal with ; be using the payment is due April 14-15 and
personnel at 1000 at the 0& R topics: a general must be made either by checkor
Auditorium. Personnel chosen the ; the F4D Skyray, money order, payable to Blue
for the conference will repre- and its importance ( Page 6. col. 5)) Cross of Florida Inc.

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 10 April IS53Ml
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VA-15. VF-22, VAH-1, VAP-62 Report

J1I XfUt&1m4If3NAS E-7 WIVES I

7acb.aviu.: FORM CLUBMrs. Scouting Squadrons

Capt. Elliott W. Pariah Jr. ......M_.... .. ....... .,........ .
Cotnrtr. Robert !L Smith ...... ....... .. ...._... ............. Executive OfficerCommander Officer Kay Bowman was I

Rear Aim. Wendell G. Switzer.riMi.. ...Air.... :Jaclu.sv111t. ... .. ...... .. .. .. ... elected president of the newly I VP-18 pated in the movie by showing
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. ... ........nt.. ... Air.Wbay. ...... .. n ... ... .... Chief o* Staff formed E-7 Wives Club Big things happened this week. how to move and park aircraft

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .. ... .... ..... ............ Commander them was the return of safely.
Capt. Thomas S. White ......... ...... .. Chief Staff Officer during the initial meeting of Among R. W. Lyster
1 Ensign and
two- Lt
HarmHAl"ficbjii.f: TrUah C.mtse VP-18 from a
Capt. Charles J'c Jr. ........ ........ .....*..... .. .. .. Commanding Officer the organization March 31 at three in (jg) Zuzul returned from three
Comdr. >Ftauuncn ::..:::.:::::::: .::.. :: .. .; : Executive Officer and-a-half week deployment
Naval Hospital the CPO Clyb at NAS Jax. months TAD in Washington this
Capt. Alton C. .... .. ....... the Mediterranean.Capt. .
Abernethy ........... ... .. Commanding Officer
Capt. Marcy Shupp ... ... .. ... Executive Officer Other. officers elected included Donald E. Macintosh, week. The two officers said the
Capt. Norman O. Anderson HARTTJ Mrs. Polly Lawrence, Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 snow was so deep, they couldn't

Comdr. William E. Hardy .... ........ ... Commanding Executive Officer Officer vice-president; Mrs. Betty and Comdr. Robert Gillock wel- get to work for two days. Does it

Printed commercially wth :n"ta:4"Ynr1ap Jacksonville. Florida Davies, secretary treasurer; comed back the returning pilots sound like a tall-tale-telling
at no expense to the v with NAVE OS P-W Texan's story?
Rev Mrs: Kitty Collier, parliam-
'JV'J Distributed to military and civilian personnel and crews.
f Jacksonville. Station. Naval Air Technical Training entarian; and Mrs. Gerry VP-18's parking ramp was the Robbie Barnes, A03, shippedover
t Air 11,
Wing Naval
Centforil'l Reserve Training Unit and the U. S.
for six this
Hicks, chaplain.The safety years week.
Service Information Officer .... .... .. Lcdr. J. W. KlrkUg1 ter, Jr. scene of a motion picture Barnes holds the Good Conductand
Ass't. 810 Andrew IL Planey club's next meeting is film last week. The "flick," en-
Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporter Jack Holmes PHI; John Iob eD. National Defense Medals.
scheduled to be held the Accident
JOSN; Bin, Svlar SN; Mary Ann Klrchntr, SN; Staff Photographer Jim titled "Aircraft Ground .
Moore The:, PHI Jax Air News it a member of the Armed Forces Prep Sonrtc CPO Club April 14, at 1930.It Prevention," is being producedby
Material apparlnr in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is is urged that all wives ofE7's Naval Photo Center, Wash- VW-4
riven. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official D. S. Navy photo-
More than 50 officers and
rraphs. attend the gathering. ington, D C. men
Editorial offices located in Room 131, Main Administration Building.Phone from the Hurricane Hunters left
extensions SIM. S344. 1'l2 or l1$. Members of crew five partici-
NAS Jax Monday morning for
,. ..
; .;'i; f v.v} Port Lyautey, Morocco, as the
}; t.:. .6. +.'::,"P}
:: s first wave of a month's detach

.r1fJ r 4 ment.
:tg The detachment will fly

weather reconnaissance in the

tY' Mediterranean for the Sixth

(Mainside and NATTCtnttr } ydri. Fleet. Two full crews and two

movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday Super Constellations made the

Sunday and holidays, trip.Later
1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital movie this month, this detach-
daily. 1900.) ment will be relieved by two

more crews who will take over
THURSDAY. APRIL 10 the final two weeks.

Mainside-Ghost of China Sea Two officers donned the double
(drama) with David Brian
stripes this week and their i
Jonathon haze Also
Georgiathe "wetting down" is being antici-
pated. Former Lt (jg's) Ron
NATTCenter Tall Stranger Kurth and Billy McCabe made
(color western) with Joel Mc-
the big step to lieutenant.Two .
Crea and Virginia Mayo. Also
chiefs and a first class
Room and Wrath.
petty officer received word about
Hospital-Campbell's Kingdom
their coming promotions last
(color adventure) with Dirk
week. John C ar e y YNC, i is
Bogarde and Barbara
Murray. oom.mm_____ o.oooono.m.... ..._............................_. seventh on the list to go up to
FRIDAY. APRIL 11 REVIEWING STATION EMPLOYMENT-The civilian personnel W-l, and John Wingo, ATC, and
Mainside Perri (color live- program of NAS Jax is undergoing intensive inspectionand Robert Lee, ADI, will be com-
animated Disney feature.) A Quote Without review by representatives of the Civil Service Commission missioned
as ensigns in July
in Atlanta. Ga., and the local Area Wage and Classification
NATTCenter st. of China Any CommentThe Office. At a recent meeting going over details of the study I under the LDO program.
Sea. are, left to right G. S. Pressley, C. V. Beeler M. C. Bright Newcomers have joined the
Hospital-Tall Stranger. following is reprinted (Cat blackboard) all of the Fifth Regional Civil Service Com- Hurt and Rinkel households. The
n entirety from the Conaa mission; J. S. Burton, of AWCO and L. B. Eubanks. NAS Jax
SATURDAY. APRIL 12 Industrial Relations Officer. string of boys continued for Lt.
Mainside Fraulein (color News Service of the Continental David Hurt as Dennis was born

drama) with Dana Wynter and Air Defense Command late last month. This is the sixth
Mel Ferrer. with headquarters at Ent Air I "D" in the Hurt family besides
TTCenter-Perri. Force Base in Colorado Srings, Special Pattern To Dave and Dennis, there are Mrs

Hospital-Ghost of China Sea. Colo. "Dee" Hurt, David Jr., Douglasand
Mainside Las Vegas, Nev. (CNS Special Donald.
Kiddie Matinee: Be In Use For Air ShowSpecial
Black_ Jack Ketchum (western) )-Four Air Force men Mrs. Rinkel presented Lt (jg)

with Howard Duff.SUNDAY. handled the delicate assemblyjob Rinkel with a son on April 4.

on the arming for firingof traffic conditionswill Michael weighed eight pounds,
Mainside 13 an air-to-air atomic rocket be used at NAS Jax to period of the show. 15 ounces.

drama) with- Alan Deep Lad Six d(color and for a test last year, a testso handle the large flow of ve- From the traffic light at The motion picture explaining
hicles expected when the road and Yorktown, vehicles
Dianne Foster. successful it may revolu- weather, 'The Unchained Goddess -
NATTCenterFraulein.HospitalPerri. tionize the air defense system. Blue Angels air show is pre- will be directed north to ," is now available by calling

The men were 1st Lt. Don sented here Sunday after- parking areas. the squadron public informa-

MONDAY. Sykes of Lansdown, Pa., S/ noon. tion office extension 8170.
Mainside APRIL 14 Sgt. William Ferguson, La- Lcdr. Theodore Payne, Station The color movie was shownon

(color western- Streets of Laredo fayette, Ind., and Airmen First Security Officer, has declared television earlier this year
) with William that the main gate will be closedto
Class Alvin Cox Ulrichsville
Holden and MacDonald during an hour-long presentation. -
Also, Hare Splitter.NATTCenterDeep. Carey. O., and Melvin Miko, Larks- outgoing, traffic, except for It is available to any group,
yule, Pa.Their emergency vehicles and govern- military or civilian.
Six. ment housing personnel, start-
Hospital combined takehomepay .
ing at noon Sunday.
TUESDAY. APRIL 15 per month equals that of VP-5

Mainside-Little Hut (color another highly respected assembler ALL OTHER outbound traffic Any news of interest to Waves Two crews from Patrol Squadron -

drama) with Ava Gardner and in Las will be diverted to the west vehicle aboard the Station will be included 5 have recently returned

David Niven. Also Texans Tom. bartender. gate at the foot, of Bir- in Wave Ways columns. from a rather unusual mission.

NATTCente'r Streets of mingham avenue. Send news to Jax Air News, They ferried two P2V-5F: Nep-

Laredo. Incoming traffic will turn Room 230, Bldg. One, phone tunes from Norfolk to Moroccovia

Hospital-Deep Six.WEDNESDAY Honor Students NamedAt right at Allegheny and shoulduse 216/8164. Argentia and she Azores.

APRIL 16 AEA( ), AO SchoolsPfc. Birmingham avenue to NAS Waves are enjoying the The aircraft were delivered

Mainside Man from God's James Sellers, of Wheel- proceed onto the Station. new double dryer and floor to VQ-2 based in Port Lyautey.a .

Country (color western) with ing, W Va., was the honor man People entering NAS to witness model mangle ironer recentl a former deployment spot for

George Montgomery and Susan in 1 last week's graduation at the air show will be directed to installed in the barracks through VP-5.

Cummings. Also, Legend of El Aviation Ordnancemen School parking places on grass areas efforts of Marge Callahan, PN,2 The entire VQ-2 Squadronwas
Dorado. Class A at NATTCenter.Sellers ''between Yorktown and Albe- CMAA.
hand The
on to greet them.
NATTCenter-Little Hut. who entered the Ma- marle avenues, west of the com- Four Waves recently aboard planes arrived within fifteen

Hospital-Streets of Laredo. rine Corps in May, 1957 will missary store.YORKTOWN. from Photographic School at minutes of each other and, fortunately -

report to Cherry Point, N. C., avenue the Pensacola. They are Wanda just prior to "Happy

Wife: "Oh, John, that woman For duty. Station's main traffic artery, wlil I Guthrie, Tulia Tex., Louise Hour."

next door has a hat just like Neil "Fowler, AEMAN, of have three-lane incoming traffic I Wallace, Kansas City, Kans.; Joy
Lt is
(jg) Tom L. R. Brown
mine." Tabor City, N.C., and James from 1230 to 1430 and'' will be i Beccari, Libby, Mont., and Barbara back duties

Hubby: "Well, I guess that Weaver, AEIAA, of Bristol, Ind., three-lane outgoing when the : Morgan, Los Angeles, Calif. performing his PPC
again after tour
three month's
means you want me to buy youa shared top honors in last week's show is ended.Albemarle Another a
new arrival
Ellen in San Juan, P. R. He acted as
new one? graduation at Aviation Electri avenue will be one- Morgan of Orlando
Fla. who
an Air Scheduling Officer for the
Wife: "It would be cheaper cian's Mate School Class A at way outbound from Mustin roadto recently reported in from Nor Annual Atlantic Fleet Spring
than moving." the Center. the north
gate for the entire folk, Va. Exercises. -

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I 10 April 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Wreckage Of Downed Skyhawk

i Keeps Local Diving Crew Busy


:, An ever-ready crew of men at the NAS Jax Operations

I. .; Boat House is poised to answer the call whenever the need I

for divers and salvage equipment is sounded in this area.

The crash of an A4D Into

Doctor's Inlet on March 25 was tion of the crash. The inlet is

the most recent call this crew navigable from the St. John's

has answered, and the eleventhover River.

a period of many months. First diver down on the initial

SALVAGING operations of the day of operations|was_ John

downed Skyhawk were typicalof Starr, BMC, the crew's leading
the efficient Job performedby diver.

the Boat House crew.
The men were greatly handi-
5' Five Navy divers last Thurs- capped due to the fact they

day finished diving operations could not see in front of them

...'! fr, .. .., .. ,a ae wp 9ab .. ,,_._ where they had been operatingfor because of the complete dark-
.n.Y9.Lxa.' ...: <. $ RauJolMoo.DOAdwwfL9l d4J6 Dt
;"* .ooa 555s4'55 'to: \ """ <<: "'v.:'Z> "*"" :":" .w" .vev.Y{? :':#*'''' a week in attempts at recovering of the bottom.
LARGEST SALVAGE BOAT AT SCENE-Aiding in salvage and diving operations in pieces of the plane's ness muddy
search for mining parts of downed A4D Skyhawk which crashed in Doctor's 'Inlet March 25. OTHER MEMBERS of the
is the YSD-33 from the NAS Jax Operations Boat House. The boat. largest of this type of wreckage.Pilot diving crew were Glenn Cum-
craft at Operations, measures 103 feet long with a 31 foot beam and displacement of 250.7 of the plane, Lt (jg) mins, MRC Hubert Davis DCC
tons. The boat carries a large crane with 50 foot boom which shown out over the water on John Wahl of Cecil Field-based ,
the starboard side. Jack Yarborough, DCI, and
__ ___ _______ __I ,/. VA-12, was forced to eject when I John Ingraham, GMI. They were

the plane's engine failed flyingon I helped by A. P. Kuenzler, MM1,

Navy, Marine Air .... \ : a routine flight at about 20,000 and A. A. Brady, DC2.
\ feet. He got the plane down to
., Divers rotated duty under
k; wa-
Reserve WeekProclaimed 5,000 feet before bailing out.
ter to give each man a breath-
? LT (JG) WAHL received onlya
ing spell. It pointed that
sprained right ankle and minor
HereThe during such
diving operations
injury to his left leg.
''': _..... ," there is always a stand-by diver -
period of April 7-13 is Although the A4D crashed in
''''''''' ready in the event a diver'sline
being recognized in Jacksonvilleand wt. about the middle of the lake, is fouled. '

area as Naval-Marine Air and presumably disintegratedafter
Reserve Week. hitting the drink, Lt (jg) Two boats were at the scene,

Wahl came down about 10(0( yardsoff the 50-foot diving boat, equip-
Mayor Haydon Burns has officially -
ped gear for shallow water
designated the weeklong the west shore. He was rescued -
and scuba diving, and a 24-foot
by a helicopter from NAS
extravaganza in a proclamationissued
craft used as a personnel and
early this month.IT Jax, on the scene in moments. .
The five days of salvaging supply
READS, in part: "Whereas -
brought from the lake's muddy shallow water gear
the Jacksonville Naval and I ,
bottom both small and large was utilized in the operation.
Marine Air Reserve
bits of the plane's body, but the Scuba diving was said imprac-
completing their 12th
year aY engine was never recovered. tical since the heavy mud would
of faithful service. .
ALL DIVING was centered in have fouled up the breathing

"Now, therefore, J, do 5k one area of the Orange Park apparatus.THE .

t hereby proclaim the week of lake, according to BOSN Herb- SPOT where the divers

April 7-13 'Naval-Marine Air- ert Ryan, in charge of opera- worked was a hole in 20 feet of
Reserve Week' and call .'
upon ;
citizens-to join me in salutingthe _"- ",,-;:m't..JW: :'''' lW'f\Wt w'''.W:. 4'J '-" .. tions. water in an area between 15
lie reported the crash scene and 20 feet it .
was reported.On
Jacksonville Weekend War- GARNERED FROM WRECKED A4D-Shown here is wire
basket filled with bits and pieces from wreckage of A4D Sky- had been plainly marked with the last two days, the
riors who have contributed
so" hawk from VA-12 at Cecil Field, which crashed into Doctor's orange-colored buoys soon after YSD-33, largest salvage boat at
greatly to our national defense. Inlet last month. Divers worked for about a week in an attempt the accident by members the NAS Jax Operations, was usedto

To kick-off the week, com- to salvage as much as possible from the plane. The Boat House crash crew, dispatched expedite salvaging operations.This .
manding officers of local Navy basket is being flushed out from mud as members of salvage

and Marine reserve squadrons crew: wait to haul it aboard diving boat., .. _a,, u ..............minutes.. ... after u u..... notifica-. boat, 103 feet in length
r M+ wti4 .i ;;' 's.e with 31-foot beam and
!pw5' "i wr ; ; "Ji.i :? !:>> > iH: i d' a dis-
appeared at a meeting of the
placement of 250.7 tons, carriesa
Jax Rotary Club Monday. DI'INft' salvage crane with 50-foot
CAPT. N. O. Anderson, NAR- .. '
RVlCE ,,- boom.
TU skipper, is scheduled to t..
speak before the local Optimist THIS CRANE aided the men

Club this afternoon. Members of in recovering larger pieces of
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL wreckage. The boom has a
the Blue Angels flight team will ti
appear Friday at the Civitan Sunday. April 13 working load of 22,400 pounds.
Club. 0930-Sunday School, three- From the time salvaging start-

The Blue Angels will high- year-olds through adults, Bldg. ed on March 27, records show

light the air show Sunday at 722; Service of Divine Worship, that 27 dives were logged by

NAS Jax. See story on page 1. Chaplain Osman. each diver and a total of 240
1100 Service of Divine Wor-
manpower hours were utilized
The Jax NARTU unit is one
of 21 in the nation which forms ship, Chaplains Reagan and ; 5 1 / jyy with average diving time of

the backbone of our Navy- Davis. 'i '5.v- each man being 37 minutes.
Marine Air Reserve. 1800-Te e n age Fellowship, Similar operations over a period -

Nine Navy and one Marine Bldg. 722. of many months have earn-

squadron make up the local unit 1930-United Fellowship 0 f ; s 1' 4k ed six commendations for the

and all are trained in late-type Protestants, Bldg. 722. Boat House division.On .

aircraft and are keeping pace Monday April 14 the day of the crash, the

with latest techniques and de- 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. diving boat and crew were operating -
velopments. Thursday. April 17 on assignment on the

Jax-area Weekend Warriors 1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal, Oklawaha River near Ocala.
Bldg. 722. 0.;
number over 1,000.
1915-All Saints' Chapel Rehearsal -
Washington Social Goers
,. _All_n Saints' Chanel.
NavyBeginslssuing ST. EDWARDS' CHAPEL DIVER Hubert Davis, Urged To Wear UniformsVice
Schedule of Masses I New York Native Takes DCC (left) in shallow water
Admiral H. P. Smith
KoreanWarMedals diving suit, is aided in getting newChief
Sunday, April 13 AEB( ) Graduation Honor "rigged up" by Jack Yarborough of Naval Personnel, has

Campaign medals of the 18301000Sunday.0630Daily DC1. and Andrew Bra "encouraged" officers to wear
Korean War the National James Dillon, AE1, was the dy, DC2 (right) before going their uniform while attending
0800Saturday.ST. honor student in last week's below to search for wreckage
important social functions in
Defense Services Medal and of downed plane.
Korean Service Medal are now LUKE'S CHAPEL graduation at Aviation Electri- Washington, said Navy Times this

being distributed to all active Naval Hospital0630Catholic cian's Mate School Class B at Neighbor: "You should be week.In .

duty Navy personnel, Navy Mass. NATTCenter. more discreet. Last night I saw a new uniform rule officers'
; Times said this week. 0930-Service of Divine Wor- wife. You are "encouraged" to wear the
To be eligible for the two ship, Chaplain Bryant. Dillon, native of Westbury, you kissing your uniform when attending large
to shades down.
medals, military personnel must Latter Day Saints (Mormon- New York, entered the Navy in ought pull your civilian functions where govern-'

have been on active duty be- Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. July, 1951 and has been orderedto Husband: "Ha, the joke is on ment officials, nationally known )

tween June 27, 1950, and July Christian Science Tuesday report to VA-86, Oceana, Va., you. I wasn't even home last figures and civic leaders are pre-
751. for duty. night." sent in
27, 1954. 1900-Bldg. the-Washington area.



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10 April 1958
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Small Stores : ,: :tz' :;i
Open Hours : :


Are ListedIn HEBE AND THEfrE

answer to a host of
regarding operating hours "My wife says if I don't give

Small Stores Issue Roo up drinking she'll leave me."
aboard the Station, the ; '"Gosh, that'll be pretty bad,

ing is published.It's won'"
suggested this guide "Yeah. I'll miss her."
clipped for future reference.
Mainside Small Stores, The only way to save money
located in the north wing now days is to have low pocketsand

Building 953, is open short arms.
and 1400-1530 each weekday
cept Wednesday. t z ; Waiter: May I help with that

The store is closed on soup sir?"
latter day and also on Diner: "What do you mean?
ends and holidays. I don't need help."

NATTCenter Small Stores, Waiter: "From the sounds you

Building 513, is open from .: ,. ,,'"., were making I thought you
1030 and 1130-1530 on ..w..... '... .... ... wor.rac rra. e. --ewa.wSt- x. wanted to be dragged ashore."
Tuesday, Wednesday and OF' HOLL YW ODMNAS-JAX': camera crew from Naval Photographic e .
at NAS Jax shooting scenes for a training film "Aviation
is currently
and from 1130-1530 on Preveniioin." The crew is shown in action on the line at VP18. Left to The small boy's head bobbedup
day, and is closed weekends Abner AN, of VP-18. driving tractor. Phillip Parks AN, of VP18, con- over the garden wall and a
holidays. bar; James Edwards PH3 of Naval Photographic Center, holding "take board"} meek little voice said, "Please,
PH1 of NPC cameraman Frank Kaxukaltis. PHC of NPC in charge, and
If pay day occurs on Mrs. Brown, may I have my
PHC of NPC (kneeling) assistant director.
the Mainside store "
day, I arrow?
close Tuesday and open on Is 'Location' "Surely, where is it?"
pay day. If pay day is I "I think its stuck in your cat"
the NOTICE .
Thursday, NATTCente/
will open that morning but Center Team Here To Administrative offices of Bang! Bang! Halt, who went
main closed Wednesday NAS Special Services Depart- there?"
ment have been moved to a *

ing.These hours of operation Navy Training Film new location, transferringfrom And the one about the execu- si
proposed according to it's old stand in Building tioner as he pulled the switch.
Manual, para. 42084.Wfh 930 to new quarters in Build- "This '11 kill you." it

crew from Navy Photographic Center at ing 704.
arrived at NAS Jax to produce a Navy motion The new location is in the 1:
... ., .
\'r 'O$' "" .
: ;,! r building as the Area Accidental
Ground Accident same
,. ; < : '..i film to be titled .
r\1'j:11 Nuclear"j
I {., ,. : ::- 'I Audit Office, ,on Enterpriseavenue.
'm ;, l: .
last Wednes Explosion To .;
plane ramp at pleted, will run 20 minutes and Telephone numbers of Special w:
will be used in conjunction with Services will remain the
124 "lo
as I accident prevention educational same. Be Only Remote J
as a prop was ,r:
used by Patrol lectures. Possibility of an accidental 25

... nuclear explosion while trans- I
3 f n(. of the movie ":'$ ,/ -. porting or storing nuclear weapons I h.

is Lcdr. Henry is so remote as to be neg'o rl

ser'S serves as direc- 'S>Fy{hAr ,.:'.': :: f {tif k ligible, according to a recent h;
i joint Department of Defense and w
was formerly Atomic Energy Commission an- O
I t. VC-62, now VFP- nouncement.For .
the past dozen years, nu- w
ToasfmcrsfersMarNavEasy of the film- : clear weapons have been moved N
is Charles Col- from places of manufacture im

Seven crew con- I s +' the US to places of storage and
masters Club 2280 held its Kazukaitis, PHC; ,readiness for use.
lar meeting April 3 at the
PHI, and James They've been moved by many
I Club with wives present.
types of conveyances. In addi- ."
Chairman Harold Rich
NAS Jax is
tion, they have been carried OB
the meeting to order at grounds" with the
aircraft, ships and trucks in man-
Toastmaster for the evening mate recall-
euvers, exercises and practice
Ralph Davies. spent here at the alerts.
J Speeches were delivered lab.
George Foster who spoke is expected to Although as in the case of any

"Let's Make.. a Big Show;" Station through toxic, inflammable or explosive
Suberly, "I Played Hookie shooting con- material, accidents may occur
My Son;" Don Muller on the cooperation i in the manufacture, transportation -

prise Or Miscaculation," squadrons, in- and storage of nuclear
I Paul Sepulvado spoke on and VA-15. materials and weapons, there
sonal Safety." General film, when com- have been few accidents in hand-
was done by Bob Gelles ling of the latter.It .
Hank Schuster serving as cycle: Safety pins, NAMED OUTSTANDING-Comdr. T. R. Sedell, (right) is significant that not one
master. pins, clothes- commanding officer of "Fighting" Attack Squadron 44, awards of these accidents caused a nu-
outilanding-officer-of-lhe-Ycar trophy to Lt. (Jg) Jame Willis clear
New officers were installed safety pins. (left) and outstanding-enlisted man-of-lhe-vear trophy to Billy
the assistant area governor, Wilkinson AKI. Ltjg( ) Willis has been with VA44 sine* November -
McCaulie, after all the old 1955 while Wilkinson has been senior petty officer in
Planey as Toast- the material department since reporting aboard in October
given a -
cers were evening, Tuesday's 1956. Awards are made on basis of contribution to squadron I Navy WivesCorner I
New officers are "Harv" military appearance, professional knowledge and leadership
ville, president; Bob Gelles, Center ability.
cational vice president; L a basic training I I
M c L e o d, administrative one impromptu. Wide AcceptanceOf being processed.
president; Dick Murphy, delivered his Average cost of the claims has Several out-of-town guests
Hank Schuster, ; Ballering voci- turned out to be
tary; a surprising
High Medical Care attended recent meeting of
and Dave Allen, Max Fault Suter ex- average of only $75 dollars per Jax Navy Wives Club No. 86

arms. "Psychology of Program ClaimedMedicare physician and $109 per hospital.In at the clubhouse.

Tuesday night's meeting of ; Emmett Glas- spite of the low average Eleven women from the

Navy Civilian Toastmasters an impromptu on program administrators cost, the program has now spent Glynco Navy Wives Club No.
etc." announced recently that 179 included: Mesdames Ralph
was the first under its new more than $66 million.
headed a panel of Cline; Robert Willstrock, activi-
of officers. their program has been widely
The benefit of Medicare have
included Dick chairman; Aaron Vickers,
Guiding the in all branches of the
accepted been spread through the '
club for the next six months Green, Rod serv- parliamentarian; Kenneth Allen,
be Rod Pinney, president; Bill Clearman. service. ices in the following percentages: chaplain; Billy DeBerry; Char-

Clearman, educational was table True gauge of the degree of Navy, 30 percent; Army, 28 per- Les Barlon, publicity chairman;
James Dixon, secretary William
.. dent: ; Walt Stanul, acceptance is their payment of cent; Air Force, 40 percent, and Porter ;
will be held president; Robert Sch-
vice-president; Tad Wi claims. This does Public Health Service two
Melvin Hawker, at Karl Hellen- 800,000 figure percent weizer Frank Irvin, treasurer,,
secretary; not include claims currently and Benjamin Jones.
surer, and Dick


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Local Fistic Pair Preps

For Interservice Meet

Jax Navy's Billy Martin, All-Navy lightwelter championand
Lawrence Howard, titlist in the All-Navy middle-

weight division, are prepping for the Interservice Boxing''

Tourney slated April 15-16 at Bolling AFB, Washington

D, C.

The Jax mittmen are in train- Shores of San Diego
F Fc' by Teddy
s r ing, along with other membersof MCRD.In .

the All-Navy squad, at 'Nor- Martin's 139-pound class,

folk Naval Base. there is Fred Burris of Bolling

Chuck Phillips, Jax Navy AFB who should be the sen-
coach, will help tutor the Navy timental favorite among a home
3 a
squad in the Interservice meet. crowd, and Tom Shaffer of Camp
MARTIN VP16., won the All- Lejeune.

Navy crown by whipping Ron Shaffer earned a split decisionin

Barucs of the Pacific Region the All-Marine meet over
> '
"' ..... m Jli."t' ''C '''=
SEEK ALL-MARINE KEG HONORS-Reprosenting Jacksonville In the All-Marine Bowl- while Howard, of VF-43, chilled Luis Molina of the Hawaii Ma-
I Tournament at Parris Island this week are the top six Marine keglers on the Station. Charlie Theobald, of North Lant, rines, 1957 Interservice light-
I h impressive averages, the local pinspilllng specialists are confident of bringing home 1957 All-Navy 156-pound winnernow weight champion and now fight-
e laurels. The hopefuls are left to right T/Sgt. Fred Sivicky M/Sgt. Steve Mayer. a middleweight. light-welterweight.
Sgt. Harold Laskowski, T/Sgt. Karl Booth and M/Sgt. John Burner. M/Sgt. "Red" Green- ing as a
was not available when picture was taken. Laskowski is with the Marine Barracks. The road home won't be easy WHILE INDIVIDUAL titlists
I ers t are attached to MAD at NATTCenter. for the Jax mittsmiths, who represent were crowned in the All-Navy,
, the finest crop of boxersto All-Marine and All-Air Force

h" come out of the Blue and Tournaments last month, Army

; TRIKES t Gold stables in many ring sea- entrants in the fray are currently
x4kJk thARTiULLI
\ sons. being chosen from 53 fightersin
In five of ten weight divisions, training at Ft. Meade, Md.
, 1957 Interservice champions will Heavyweight Allen Hudson, Ft.
.4 1 be defending their crowns. Bragg, N C., 1957 Interservice

t SPLITS THE MARINE Corps will be champion heads a formidablelist

trying to retain the championship of Army boxers.
vp.5. VP-18 and ComFair Jax won last year when four Other Interservice defending
shape:top honors in Mainside Intramural Leathernecks gained titles. I champion is the Navy's Francis

-. American league bowl- NARTU Registers Pair Of Leading the roster of All-I "Tabby" Lee, rugged little fea-

[IngTcompetition.P5 Marine champions is Roosevelt therweight from the USS Cascade -

defeated 679th No. 3, 3- Charles, last year's light middle- .
1:\VP-18 received a forfeit from Early Season Softball WinsA weight champion from Camp John Dixon of Green Cove

; i VAl ,; while ComFairJax lostts'match Lejeune. Springs will have George Will-

with VA-44, 3-1 v Navy-Marine Air Reserve Week contest between George McCorkle, middleweight i iams of the Quantico Marinesto
!;Hospital, now in fourth place I NARTU and MARTD highlighted first week's Mainside in- champion and flyweightDon contend with and Bill Cherryof

wjth 30-14! tally, tied the NAS tramural softball play. last week. Adamson, both of Tachl- Tcmpelhof AFB, Germany, in
Officers, 2-2, while fifth place I First triple play -of.the new kawa AFB, Japan, will defend the light-weight class, in addi-

Dispensary shut-out 679th No. season came during that contest, Operations, 9-7. their laurels. tion to an unnamed Army op-
l,14;Oto bring its record to'' won by NARTU, American In other NL tilts, VAP-62 JAX NAVY'S Howard must ponent.

1 ',25-15,. League action. overcame an early 679th ACWRon get past McCorkle in his race
- -1.! VW y No. 1 leads National WITH THE Marines at bat in lead to pull out a 7-5 win; for the top rung. More stiff com- Pensacola Lass

- Leaguel play wtih 34'/4 wins and the last half of the final stanza, I FAWTU edged ComFair Jax, 5- petition is in store for the 165-
- only 9t losses. VAH-1 No. 1 winning hurler Bob Albertson 3, and VA-15 showed hitting pound Jax Navyman with Mar- Wins CrownAlice
t holds down number two position loaded the bases with no outs. power in thumping the Marine ine middleweight colors carried Keg
I with ta |32-12 mark followed byOperations's Barracks, 187.CecilJax.
Next batter, however, hit into Normington of the Na-
- !
."' the triple play, pulling the cur- val Hospital, Jax's lone repre-
L Other action saw VFP-62 "A" tain on one of the most exciting Two-Ball RIFLE PISTOL I sentative in the South Atlantic
- winning two defeating VAH-1 ,
to date in Mainside com- Regional and All-Navy Bowling
s 1 No: 2!and Dental by 3-1 scores. games petition. Golf Slated SundayThe TEAMS FORMAll Tournament finished last in a

1 \ Alberston gave up eight hits first annual NAS Jax personnel with experience fivecontestant women's field.
lissilemen Win for the win while losing chucker Cecil Mixed i Two-Ball Golf with the M-1 rifle or .45 The Wave corpsman posted a
five caliber service pistol, are Invited 21 game tally of 2936, just ten
Harry Gulden issued only Tournament is scheduled to get
, [NATTC Bowling I pins behind J. A. Moynahan of
- base knocks.IN 'underway Sunday at Cecil to try out for berthson

, IflSogue Crown OTHER Senior circuit ac- Field's links after a two-week. the Jax Navy rifle and/or Pensacola.B. .

tivity, Howard Chambless hurl- postponement due to inclement pistol teams. AGlassford of Pensacola
'" he Missilemen of NAWS ed VU-10 to a convincing 13-5 weather. Interested persons should copped top honors by rollinga
1 last week dethroned the victory over VF-22 then Fasron First-round matches should be contact A. L. Jackson at the neat 3179 effort with teammate -
fttion Fundamentals five as NAS Jax Armory extension B. A. Rauch close behind
109 tripped the Fighter boys, completed that day, with second ,
r ipions in the NATTCenter 686. felling 3004 pins.
... 15-4. round activity slated< mural bowling league. NAS Jax. Edna Glover of ReSta Charleston -
r Hth of bowl- Also, VF.173 downed FAW-11,
one more night .. was third with a 2982 pin-
- scheduled the three 19-8, and FAETU decisioned
top fall.
:yf4yr .Sw -9++iu ?c4rK
r will remain in the same Communications, 5-3. N ART U { "Ull 1 !!!..
'" Stions. earned its second win with an
11-3 walloping of Fasron Six AAU Names AF

and MARTD carved out an 8-5 Yf

[CENTER CLUBS victory over FAW-11. Cager To Squad

NARTU, with a pair of tri-

EYE OPENERS umphs, is pacing the AL while For Soviet Tour
- VU-10 FAETU, VF-173 and I
Spring training for NATT- Fasron 109 are undefeated in a i Bob Jeangerard of Cannon
nter softball enthusiasts is single outing. AFB, N. M., and a member of
most over, and the seven I the Air
THE NATIONAL League had Force All-Stars basket-
|ams entered in the double action scheduled on only one ball team in the recent AAU
und robin affair have next
day last week with five games tourney, has been chosen a mem-
onday as their opening day. being played. ber of the 12-man amateur ,
Last year's Center champs, Medical conquered Hospital squad that will tour Russia late
g ie Ensigns of Aviation i
this month.
5-1, while Supply was trimming
t round Officer School, will Jeangerard, who paced the
1 Jot field a team this year due Golf Lessons AvailableTo Air Force five to the AAU

the small number of per- quarter-finals at Denver, played -
nnel attending that School, Center Personnel
e for the Phillips Oilers before
,I. ind have combined talents Special Services Departmentat entering the Army.
Vith NATTCenter has announcedthat
1 Special Services. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., fin-
_ Teams intered in the league golf l lessons will be available Iw ?
.. ._ ._ ished f\n\ fourth place in the
. this to NATTCenter /< "v
are the Aviation Ordnance- again year tourna'ment
. getting great help
"YOUR MOVE CHIEF"-The NAATCenitr intramural
: len, Aviation Electricians, personnel. chen tournament came to a finish last week, when Richard along the way from K. C. Jones,
Aviation Fundamentals Ma- Lessons will be given on Tues- Mart niak. AQC. (right) defeated Norman Warner GFC. bothof Carl Cain and Paul Judson.
. rine Aviation 1 Detachment, day and Thursday at 1630. NAS NAWS School, in a tight five-game match. Warner won
Aviation Storekeepers Naval Jax pro Jack Harvey will be the first and fourth games by the use of king pawn openings Softball practice for the Waves
1 of the and daring attacks. Martyniak took the second. third and is held
. Air Weapons Systems School in charge program. team being Monday
fifth games using queen pawn openings with, white and the
.' and Special Services. There will be no charge for Sicilian Defense with black. He attributed his victory to two through Friday from 1700 to 1830at
these services. factors. a little caution and a lot of luck. the Waves field.


6 JAX AIR NEWS 10 April 1958

Single Promotion Plan is x

Possible For MilitaryA .1 ,J t; >I

unique plan which might lead to a single promotion

system in the armed services'has been unveiled in the Pen- '

tagon by Department of Defense, according to the Army-

Naw-Air Force Register.A H Hka
searching legal analysis has
been ordered by Secretary of The fifth year, another 10 per >

Defense Neil H. McElroy, withan cent would be upped and the

eye to getting uniform per- sixth year the rest who are

sonnel practices in all the serv- eligible would move up.

ices, with exceptions where they The Pentagon says severalnew

are needed. laws will come out of this

THE JOB is being handled by top priority review and will be

the staff of the office of per- designed to take into consideration -

sonnel policy under Rear Adm.D. the fast changing technology ) L t >

C. Varian. of war.Meanwhile.

The staff will scrutinize the the Pentagon has

promotion flow for officers and introduced its wellpublicized"White 4 4EASTER z '
.w-_ _x--..__ _,---.... --
enlisted men, the Officer Grade Charger" bill in Con-
SUNRISE SERVICE-This scene on the banksof
Limitation Act, Officer Personnel gress. The legislation deals with the St. John's River behind the 0' Club at NAS Jax was '
Act and the Reserve Officer officer management legislation. typical of every area of the country Easter morning as wor- VP-18 GroupFinishes
Personnel Act. shipers greeted the day with sunrise services. This service,
I MOST SIGNIFICANT changein presided at by Lt. W. W. Bartlett. was for young people with
One promotion plan said to be
the bill is that now Defensehas about 75 in attendance. Hundreds more attended the sunrise 'Med'Deployment
under study already would require abandoned the Navy Hump service held annually at the Station football field.
officers to mini-
bill which has been kicking
mum number of years in a Time To Shape Up
around Washington since last .
grade.IT .
summer. aircraft of Patrol

officer WOULD be in provide grade for that four an Principles of the latter bill Youth Fitness Program To. Squadron 18 returned to their

years. At that time, 10 percent will be included in "W hit e NAS Jax home base last Thurs-

in that rank would be promoted. Charger", a nickname frowned day following approximately
upon by the White House. Enlist Armed Forces HelpPresident two-and-a-half weeks of deployment -

: "r- .'. -- With "White Charger," con- in the Mediterranean.
y : structive credit is out. Officers Eisenhower has linked a new Youth Fitness Arrival of the planes concluded -

forced out early are no longerto I a successful operation, which
Program to the community relations activities of all military
get retirement pay credit for installations to improve the physical condition of young although special in nature, was

the time lost. Americans.The_ ., conducted in an efficient man-

Defense Department was instructed plan, based on recom- ner and was typical of the ASW

by the Stennis sub- mendations of the President's studies revealed "disturbing de readiness maintained in the

committee to present plans for Youth Fitness Council drawn up ficiencies" in the fitness of Fleet today.

personnel management in the at a West Point, N. Y., confer- America's young people. On hand to welcome the returning -

services to Congress. ence last September, enlists co- The physical stature of American crews were Capt. Don-

ai White Charger is one of those operation of the Armed Forces youth a council report said, ald E. Macintosh, CommanderFleet

plans, but the single promotion I nation-wide in local community is the "responsibility of all levels Air Wing 11, and Comdr

legal review is much more inclusive physical development projects. of government" as well as of the Robert H. Gillock, commanding

in scope. The President's Executive Or- family, the school, the community officer of VP-18.
and other groups. When the squadron received
der for military participation in
The Defense Department will deployment orders to the "Med"
the program was issued because
Four Area distribute a copy of the reportto 1 last month, the orders were executed -

each station and base in less than six hours
(Continued from Page 1)) Reenlistment Rate
commander in the US and each following receipt.
will AirLant colors in All-
carry I command ( Lcdr. W. W. Warlick was of-
major overseas o ac-
In Marines
Weather Fighter competition a High
of the detach-
quaint military installations with ficer-in-charge
new, event this I
year.A Approximately four of every the program. ment. Two other aircraft were
10 regular Marines eligible to The services further have been piloted by Ltjg) Herring and
Cecil, VF-13 will pilot F9F-8
reenlist during the second directed to promote the Youth Ltjg( ) Chilton.
Cougars into battle for air-to-
air visual honors.In quarter of fiscal 1958 signed up I Fitness Program as an important VP-18 flies the latest antisub-

addition to the All-Weather for another cruise, according to part of Armed Forces community marine warfare patrol aircraft,
figures released by Marine Corps relations and to be prepared to the P2V-7 Neptune.
Fighter new cate-
i Headquarters. cooperate and assist with their
gory on this year's card is Heavy
Attack competition. VAH-5 of The official Marine Corps re- resources local projects designedto Stage Readied
enlistment' rate for the periodwas raise standards and stimulate
Sanford, flying the A3D Sky- (Continued from Page 1))
warrior, is entered in this event: 38.25 per cent. physical development activitiesfor craft. There will
(AFPS), young people. (AFPS)
The two new categories focus also be an ejection seat demon-

attention to the fact that the stration and a ground-controlled

meet continues to grow yearly, : ::::::- : approach along with other at-
starting in 1956 with air-to-air tractions.
combat. Air-to-ground firing I Music will be provided by the
was added last year. Jax Navy band and latest typesof

on,_ n'.nm.._ _On With the exception of VAIL fleet aircraft, as well as
DALTON GANG All squadrons, each of this year's (ARTU planes, will be on ex-
decked out for her role as a hibit.
dance hall hostess is TV actress teams will consist of the squadron -
Audrey Dalton.Classified. C. 0., three primary pilots Regulations governing the use

and one alternate.COMMANDING. of cameras have been relaxedfor

officers o f .: ..... this special event. Use of
cameras will be allowed in the
local units are: VA-176, Comdr.
of the show
W. S. Cummins; VF-13, Lcdr. H. prescribed area
For Rent
S. Barbour; VA-106, Comdr. O. only.
1-Bdrm Unfurn. Apt. 2902 L. Dauphin, and VF-102, Lcdr.I. .. Following is a schedule of
Cherokee Ave. (Ortega) $60 A. Robinson. Y events:
Mo. EV 9-5326. Whittington.Furn. 1330-1350-Lighter Than Air Demon-
Apt. 5 Min. to NAS. Each; team will arrive at El stration. Airship Training Group. NAS

Adults only or one small infant. Centro with six aircraft, althoughthe Glynco. Ga.1355410Photographic.

No pets. Utilities furn. 204 River pilot (three-man crew in the NAS Jax.14101420Fire. Run. VAP62. -
Rd. Orange Pk. case of VAH teams) of the sixth <: vp. Fighting Demonstraton. -

plane cannot participate in com- s NAS Jax. Crash Crew.
For Sale petition. 1435-1450-Helicopter A a r Rescue
3-Bdrm Home. (Venetia), 4133 Demonstration Air-Sea Rescue Unlt.
1 Nisida Pic FHA. EV 7-3017 Last year's highest team score NAS Jax.

? i Comdr. Coulter. was made by Marine AllWeather 1450-1500-Eight F9F Cougars from
NARTU Jax. fly over and
3-Bdrm Home. 4275 RapalloRd. Fighter Squadron 314 of El -- VS-741
SQUADRON VETERAN RE-UPS-Warren Stover Jr.. ADI land.
Toro MCAS in air-to-air
$21,000, Terms to suit pur- com (right) is congratulated by Comdr. Glenn E. Phillips Fasron 1500: -Blue Angels take off.
chaser. EV 42076. Lcdr. Webb. petition. Six commanding officer upon his recent re-enlistment. Sto.Clr. 1502-1515-Slx S2F Sentinels from
3-Bdrm. H 0 use. 4333 Gari- VA-44 of NAS Jax was nosed a popular man around the squadron is one of Fasron Six's VS-741 NARTU Jax. flyover and land.
and has conduct various tours for children's U15-1530-Flve P2V Neptunes from
plane captains helped -
baldi Ave. $13,500. EV 4-2898. out by VA-26, NAS Moffett Field, VP-741. NARTU Jax. flyover and land.
groups coming aboard the Station. He was recently
Whitaker after 6 p.m. on, final day of firing in the air- promoted to his present rate after achieving a very high markon U30-16W-Blue Angela demonstra
:a-Bdrm House. EV 83567.1H to-ground category. a service-wide exam. tionPage .