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v 1 .S Navy Relief Society fund Drive Starts Monday I IThe

Navy Relief Society,I proved fund raising campaignsto ciety. I know that the work is organization, is closely relatedto

the Navy's own organizationfor be held in the Jax Navy area, necessary, important, and well the Navy itself. Its sole pur-
the relief of distress the Navy Relief Drive will solicit done. It makes a very real con- pose is to assist, financially and

among its own people, makesit contributions from military tribution to the morale and otherwise, in times of need, the
annual appeal for funds personnel only, but civilian per- peace of mind of our men and personnel of the Navy and Ma-

during the period May 4 to sonnel and friends of the Navycan their families. It is my confident rine Corps and their dependents,

June 6.During. donate if they so desire.To hope that the interest and con- including the dependents of retired -
the drive, which will kick off this year's effort, cern of all naval' personnel in and deceased personnel.The .
be kicked off here Monday, an Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of the work of the Society will work of the Navy relief

overall goal of $25,000 has been Naval Operations, and Presidentof insure a generous response to Society is supported by private

established for activities benefit- the Society, declared that, "I I this appeal." funds, chiefly contributions from
ing from the Jacksonville branch. am personally familiar with the I THE NAVY RELIEF Society, service personnel and civilian

.TCOMMENDED SECOND DRIVE of three ap activities of the Navy Relief So-: although it is not an "official" (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
r .

I 'ri'ti

Capt. Elliott I
W. Parish Jr., (right) NAS .j X
Jax commanding officer, helda
meritorious mast last weekat
which he presented Pete J
Kozar, ADC of Special Serv-
ices, the Navy Secretary's Citations -
and "Navy Commendation -
Ribbon with Medal Vol. 16 No. 5 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 1 May 1958
Pendant," with bronze
.. .. .
lieu of .
a second award. Kozar ii.
earned the awards while plane Senate :.
captain with Air Development Group One Movie

Squadron Six during both Op-
eration Deep Freeze One and Writes Basic
Two in Antarctica.
y \ Per NightForeseen
..rt. (
Credit Union Pay ChangesThe

Senate, meeting in full

body, unanimously approved its

Votes Limit version of the military pay raise If early indications in a

bill, 87.0 Tuesday.The survey prove right, NAS Jax
measure now goes back to movie goers will be offered
the House, which earlier passeda one movie a night beginningin
On DepositsAt bill $107 million higher than the near future.

the-Senate's .proposal. The survey is being taken by
a recent meeting of the Special Services Department to
Board of Directors of the Jax The Senate Armed Services get a cross-section of opinion

Navy Federal Credit Union, Committee approved unanimously from Station military personnel

it was voted to limit depositsin a 577milliondollarayearpay regarding preference of one or
the Credit Union by any increase for active and retired two movies a night.

one individual depositor to military personnel last SPECIAL Services incorporated -

$500 per calendar month. week.Navy Times said I the pay ... -"I.. ... the survey due to constantly
The Credit Union has surplus changes involved only basic pay. PRESENTED COMMENDATION-Capt. Charles L. MooreJr. dwindling attendance at the Sta-
money on hand, which it has There was to be no change in ., (left) NATTCenter commanding officer, presents a com tion movie house.
been unable to loan to share- mendation to Billy Godwin, FN, at ceremonies last Tuesday.The .
the EM pro pay or in the six commendation read in part, "You displayed exceptional Survey slips can be obtainedby
holders, and therefore, this stepto per cent raise for retired per- energy, judgment and initiative as Master-at-Arms in charge of personnel at the cashier's
limit deposits was necessary. sonnel. the Receipt and Transfer Barracks billet normally filled by window of the Mainside theatre.
This announcement was made THE $577 million figure is a chief petty officer. Through your untiring efforts, you con It's hoped many persons will
tributed greatly to making the barracks one of the finest in this
by Gordon King, vicepresidentof somewhat in between the $683 command. take part in the poll.

the organization.The million' House-passed Kilday bill IF THE SCHEDULE reverts to

Credit Union makes car and the $520 million figure saidto one showing nightly, definite
loans, personal loans to consoli- be wanted by Defense. New Vehicle Stickers starting times have not been

date debts, loans to buy appli- Following full committee approval decided upon, with either 1900or
ances, and so forth. of the bill, it might be 2000 hours in consideration.

Officials of the Credit Union presented to the Senate this Begin Appearing HereNew Final results of the surveyare
urge personnel to patronize the week. However, the House must expected to be announced
still to the changes beforeit
Union. It membersand within two weeks.
belongs to
can be sent to the President.The permanent-type motor vehicle stickers are being
is here to serve them. bill, as now written, put into use at NAS Jax with first of the new lot currently Price of admission to the Sta-

The Credit Union protects would be effective first of the being issued by the Security Office at the main gate. tion movies was recently increased -

members on loans by having month after the month in whichit The- streamlined- stickers are to 15 cents.Exchange .
stickers and easier to
insurance to cover balance in is signed. The President, who not only a permanent type, but II present
it's believed the
apply, new
case of death or disability, and will have final say, wants the are also color fast and will not I
further carries life insurance on, bill to be effective beginningnext fade, according to Lcdr. Theo- stickers will prove quite popu- Plans

savings or share balance.Summer fiscal year.HOWEVER dore Payne, NAS Jax Security lar.A Mother's Day
the legislators can Officer. change in placement of the
sticker on the windshield' has Flower Service
HoursIn I Please turn to Page 6, CoL 4) ABOUT ONE-third the size of I been instituted. It will be placedat Flower 'deliveries will be

------ the top center of the wind- made by the Navy' Exchange

shield instead of the lower left aboard the Station and in
Effect At hand corner: a position in use Dewey Park Sunday morning,

for several years. May 11, (Mother's Day).
Mainside MessA Each sticker is individually The Exchange flowerdelivery -

wrapped in a cellophane 'nvel- service is normally limit-
harbinger of is the
ope with instructions for correct ed to weekdays and Satur-
announcement that effective today
printed the days, with the exception of
application on envelope -
(Thursday), mess hours at Deliveriesare
instead of the reverse two days
the Mainside Galley have been
side of the sticker.IT made each Easter Sundayand
altered to allow for serving of
Mother's Day.
the day's heavy meal in the WAS POINTED out that
be plac-
Flower orders may
evening.The the Security Department of ed at the Retail Stores in
O & R will issue stickers to all
light meal will now be Building 27 at Mainside;
civilians employed at Overhauland
served at noon. With return of / 64. Building 517, NATTCenter,
Repair; Public Works De-
cooler weather, serving hours partment will issue stickers to and Building H-2009, Navy
will revert to those in effect Hospital.
its civilian employees at BuildIng -
prior to today. SIX FOUR 105. Orders may be placed for
Prices of meals sold by the I out-of-town delivery, any-
All other personnel, both mili-
general mess to EM drawing where in Jacksonville,
tary and civilian, will secure the Station or in Dewey Park.
rations is follows
commuted as :
NEW WINDSHIELD STICKER This is a sample of new stickers at the main gate Security deliveries will be made
Breakfast, or early brunch, 25 stickers for vehicles coming aboard NAS Jax. The stickers will Office. The
cents breakfast (or late brunch), be permanent and are reported to be color fast. Sticker will between 0730 and 0900, May
; be placed in top center of the windshield instead of the usual Lcdr. Payne said that 23,000 11.
40 cents; dinner, 40 cents, and position in the lower left-hand corner. A smaller date stickernot
supper, 45 cents. ( shown) will be changed from year to year. (Please turnto Page 6. Col. 3))




1 May

VA-15, VF-22. VP-18, VA-44 Report


SET MAY 13 Scouting i Squadrons I

!!AL JackMiTlU:
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ..................... ....... ... .........,...... ..... Commanding Officer Tommy Allan and his fam-
Comdr. Robert IL Smith ...... .. .. .. ...... ... Executive OfficerCommander orchestra will I I
.i Mi..Ab.j.Kb: ; iiYirie. ous appear VA-15 VF22In
R r Adm. Wendell G. SwlUerC . .. ... ..... ...., ,...,. 13 crew's dance in the
pt S. S.: Swcjr, Jr. ........... ....,...::::::..::''.''''':::':''::'''''''::':'', ... :. ". .::::::.. Chief of SUB May at The entire squadron congratulates an inspection held April 1 23.
neat Ah Wlaq Mainside gym, Building Three, Cavaliers of VF-22
the honored
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh . .. . .. .. CommanderChfei L. M. Hall who has been
Capt.: Thomas S.: Whit .. ::::: ::::::: ::::::::: :: : :::: :.;...:::: Staff Officer presenting music in the Blue selected plane captain of the several shipmates.
Aa a1 Ale ?'recbloa1: TnIMC. ie fashion. as
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ...................... .......... .......... ... .. Commanding Officer Barron-Sammy Kaye month for April. Skipper Carl M. Cruse pre-
Comdr. Wilfred E. Heshman ...................... ....... ...... ....... .. Executive Officer Acclaimed nation-wide as

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy... ......NftTikl..............Hospital. .... ........ .. .. Commanding Officer the new band sensation and The VA-15 softball team is sented Lt. a C.letter B. Crockett of commendationto from
Capt. Marcy Shupp. ......... Executive Officer currently riding the crest of getting off to a slow start, winn- the
fAl'iTti"' Crockett
USAF. Lt. was
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer national popularity, Allan ing one and losing three, but com
Comdr. William E. Hardy .". .. .. .. Executive Officer brings star-studded organization the Valions are showing good mended for his expert handlingof

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville, Florida with him. spirit despite the losses. an emergency situation.Lt. .
at no expense to the government and In compliance vrrtti NAVKXO3 P-S!' Crockett
Rev Nov. 1845. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel Dancing will be from 2000- extendedto recently joined
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training 2400. Civilian clothes be Welcome aboard is the Cavaliers from exchange
c Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. may
ntni Hospital S. Dusa, ADC; G. E. Muzzy, duty with the Air Force.
Service information ... .... worn.
Officer Lcdr. S. T. Klrkllghter Jr.
Ass't. S19 Andrew H. Plane ATAA, and T. L. Tinsley, AO1. Comdr. Cruse also presented
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter* Jack Holme PHI; John I.b n. good conduct awards to Gerald
JOSN: B.n Srlar SN: Mary Ann Klrchntr BN: Staff Photogripher Jim Bon Voyage to F. W. DeSousa,
Moore. Pxs.The No enemy nation could take Green ADJ3, Earl Stauffer, AD2
Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Force Press Service. AO2; M. T. Forschner, AOAN;
Material apparln In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is the risk of invading us. Our and Edward Dollar, AD2.
given.graphs.Editorial. Photographs unless. otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo- juvenile delinquents are too well R. C. Henry, AEM3, and M. An all-hands party was held

offices located in Room 230. Main Administration Building.Phone armed. Williams, AD!. at the skeet club following the
extensions 81M. KM. m or 216.
inspection. Result was a care-

free afternoon for all the Fight-

Age Of Responsibility'This ing Cavaliers.A .

well-done goes to the party

period in history is a major opportunty that we as committee, composed of Sumner

individuals have to contribute to the improvements of man's 3. ; Whatley AMC, Paul Rodgers.

'Well-being. In our time we may well help to determine for ADC, David Patton, AE1, Paul
many generations to come the form in which people can best Ogle, ADI, Ralph Casey, AE1.

be governed. This truly is an age of responsibility.One Spiegel Pitzer, AO2, Peter LePre.

PN2, and Gary Conway, AN.
key to the success of our nation in its governmentand .k'vsaw .
: Squadron officers and their
its economic life has been the willingness and' ability of
the Lobster
wives gathered at
the American people to accept self-discipline and responsibility.Our .
House to bid farewell to Lt. Mike
generation'can be no exception. We in America do not
O'Leary who has served as
the alien which the of ,
accept philosophy places i source powerin
Officer since Nov.,
a dictator or i in a monolithic state. Here, each new genera- .. Operations
tion grows up in the knowledge that the power to govern and : 4 /I 1956. *. .

to act rests with our millions of free individual citizens, ,
VP-18 ,
THIS IS FREEDOM- AT A FAR END of the scale from Comdr. and Mrs. C. J. Zane

the regimented existence of a dictatorship. But with this free- and Comdr. and Mrs. R. H. Gil-

dom go heavy responsibilities, resting on each one of us individually lock were honored at a "Hail

and on every group' participating in our national Farewell" dinner dance last

life. All of us must rise above the transient and trivial to Thursday evening at the St.

follow a course of action designed to provide necessary securityas Johns Room of the "0" Club.
well as to better the lot of all our people. 7 wel-
The squadron recently

Such a course is not easy. It demands living with facts as comed aboard Comdr. J. H. Mc-

they are. We must make hard choices based on a multitude of Ghee, the new executive officer. '

complexities, none of which can be pushed aside or considered Also coming aboard were Lt.
apart from the others. "TAKE THE ACE" Eugene Palmer (left) representativeof (j jg) F. J. Drayton, Lt. (j jg) R
the Pocket Testament League of New York, and a former AA
A. Hall Robert Patterson, ,
OUR MILITARY AND OUR economic strength are insepar- gambler illustrate to William O'Donnell SN of NATTCenter ,
able. The Communist world would welcome the neglect by us Special Services one of his store of card tricks. Palmer per and Raymond Young, ATAA.
of either. A strong defense can only be maintained over an formed last week at NATTCenter's King Hall giving a per .
formance showing what not to do if must gamble. In addition
unknowable period of time by a strong economy. I am confid- you VA-44
to his entertaining talk on gambling he performed
ent that this Nation will continue to exercise that measure of tricks for his audience. many All hands of "Fighting" 44

prudence, discipline, and enlightened judgment which will gathered at the Blue Jackets Irn

assure us both a strong and adequate defense and a strong last Friday afternoon for what

and virile economy for the imponderable future. Way Professional Gamblers turned out to be a bang up party -

The importance of personal holdings United States Sav- In charge of arrangementswas

ings Bonds cannot be overstated. The Savings Bond Programis Win Lt. (jg) Charles Hall.
a crucial sectpr of individual investment. The millions of Explained By ExpertA There was the usual chow and

individual decisions to save and invest constitute a basic sourceof beer and an unusual softball

our economic power. The features of liquidity, guaranteed former self-confessed gambler and "card sharknow game which saw the enlisted
redemption values and ease of purchase through payroll deduc- personnel end a long standing
touring military installations
as a representative of the
tion or other plans make Savings Bonds a particularly good Pocket Testament tradition by defeating the officers -
League, gave performances at NATT
investment for the small saver in a changing world of vari- Center last week. 11 to 8.Individual .
able markets. initiative paid off

Eugene Palmer, a "youngster"who this week for Neff, AEI-
PRUDENCE WILL NEVER BE OUT of fashion. Savings and claims to be 75 years old, Comdr. Zane Takes AN. Neff passed Eugene the college level
thrift will never be outmoded. Enlightened judment will alwaysbe captivated his i MarineSailorWave Develop-
at a premium but will eternally be indispensable to the audience. VP-18 CommandComdr. General Educational
preservation of freedom and liberty. ment test, an armed forces
During his 45-minute performance Curtis Zane relieved which represents an equivalentto
Our course is clear; In our high-energy civilization we Palmer managed to Comdr. Robert Gillock as skip- the first year of college.Lt. .
must work and save, explore and invest, improve and create, per of Patrol Squadron 18 at VA-44's
pull $20-bills from the air; tie a (jg) Louis Carson,
always with one purpose in mind-that the lot individual formal change-of-command ,
( knots in a rope inside a pop cere- line officer and Toni
people is bettered. bottle; washed dirty handker- mony last week at NAS Jax. will be married Saturday at

Buying and holding shares in America helps our govern- chiefs in a box of soap powders, Comdr. Gillock's next duty Riverside Baptist Church.SharkShaped .

ment protect us and defend our freedom. and included what to do to keep station will be at Patuxent River,

from losing if you must gamble. Md. Comdr. Zane has been"exec" Sub

National Sojourner Palmer stressed "Don't use the of VP-18 since last July.

Backward other fellow's tools" during his Capt. Thomas S. White, Fleet Set For LaunchingThe

Meet Set TonightThe explanation of how professional Air Wing 11 Chief of Staff, Navy's revolutionary

Glances Northeast Florida Chap- gamblers win. His answer to Commended Comdr. Gillock and atomic submarine Skipjack (SS-

ter, No. 435, of the National So- gambling in the services is the squadron for outstandingwork 585), designed as the fastest and
"Church, Chapel and the Bible", in the past year and also
journers have scheduled a meeting submersiblein
Fifteen-year-old notes, as'taken most maneuverable
from files of the Jax Air for 1800 tonight' (Thursday) lie has performed at over 400 welcomed Comdr. Zane as the the. nuclear fleet, is scheduledto

News: at the NAS Jax Commissioned military installations in the U.S. new ficer. squadron commanding of- be launched May 26 at Groton

Officers' Mess. and overseas."I Conn.
April 1, 1943
Dinner will be served at 1930. The Skipjack is first of theNavy's
"There quite sensationin
was a All National Sojourners, past or for
town the other night. A coupleof eat grapes all day long," newly adopted
present, and commissioned and WEEKEND vessel is
TIDE attack submarines. The
said the worried
Wave SPs were seen, of all man to the
things. warrant officers who are Master psychiatrist."So HIGH LOW 250 feet long and has a surface

Masons are invited. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M displacement of about 3,000 tons.It .

"They walked into one of the For reservations and further what. ? demanded the" doc. Fri. 6:31: 7:00: 12:26: 12:39: has a shark-shaped hull
"Lots of eat
local night spots, calmly looked information, contact Capt. M. G. people grapes. Sat. 7:24: 7:53: 1:19: 1:29: fashioned after the experimental

around and created more interest Martin, at extension 346 or Retorted the patient: "Off the Sun. 816; 8:44: 2:11: 2:19: diesel-powered submarine Alba-

than the floor show." Comdr. W. R. Fitch, RA 47776. wallpaper?" core.Page ,


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1 May 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Over 100 Fire Ant Hills Discovered I

In Seldom Visited Area of StationThe

jy imported fire ant has

"invaded" NAS Jax, accord-
ing to reports from the Adult specie
of the Imporl-
Disease Vector Control Cen-
ed fire ant
ter, and two representativesfrom
discoveredboard .-
the Plant Pest Control <;
the Sta
Division, U. S. Dept. of Agri- .;;,. S Q tion. Adult
culture, are aboard the Sta- ; .
5. 'workers
tion investigating the situa- S tr S'v 555 ai vary
from V4 to ft
inch in length.
The fire ant| was "discovered"by
reddish to
an alert communications man '
'' r .
< .. blackish red in
in the area north of Piney Point, t: : ; yr
.\ ".:" color.
near the new communications '"
:. buildings in that area. ;
A NUMBER of mounds have "
been discovered in that section as they were found. One of the i;; hh; gh-

and have been treated by Dis- largest of the more than 100 Lcdr. F. R. DuChanois, of- I
found to be 18- ficer-in-charge of the Center,
ease Vector Control Center men mounds was i I
estimated the age of the large

mound to be about two-yeara.

4 The imported ant, very much

like a native ant of this region,

the Southern Fire Ant, differsin

several important ways, but

mainly by a much more severe

sting and the large single

mounds they build.

DAMAGE DONE by the pest

-_. -.. ,_,___,__"__ 'oww... .ltis.--.. ---- -- ._- --- .--. _'m- is mainly to crops. The ant feeds
FIRE ANT MOUND One of the largest mounds built by on seeds and young succulent
the imported fire ant aboard the Station was discovered near plants; attacks young unprotected -
I the new communications buildings at Piney Point. This mound animals, such as new born
measured a good 18-lnches high. More than 100 mounds have 'S s'a and-pigs and newly
been discovered in that area and have ben treated by men calves
from the Disease Vector Center here. hatched quail and poultry.The .

sting is very painful,

Daylight Saving Time Cause :y sat AI causing a fester and sometimes
leaving a scar. The sting can

b 4 r: hospitalize people who are sen-
For Dilemma In Many AreasA *1 .5 sative to it.

The imported fire ant is a

daffy dilemma that comes with each springtime has IW -.,....."'._-_""._...., _.,_.".,,''',........._> _.>. m ...._.. .__ native of South America and is
again permeated throughout many areas of the country, tujW3DVCC MEN STUDY FIRE ANT Two Disease Vector thought to have been introducedinto

causing woe and confusion to possible thousands of citizens. Control Center officers are studying a vial containing importedfire this country at Mobile, Ala.,

Although getting hit indirectly, ants found abaord NAS Jax in the fuel area. Lcdr. F. R. about 1918 as a stowaway on
hours., DuChanois. (right) officer-m-charge of the Center, holds vial
the Jacksonville area is saved while Ensign D. W. Ribble, entomologist, observes.Goal cargo.It .
from much of this muddle. Whawe're Northeast Ohio goes on Day was not until after a red-

speaking about is day light time, but rest ot the state Is 65% Participation dish form of this ant was introduced -

light saving time, which came remains as is. Los Alamos wil about 1930 and subse-

into being in many places last be the only place in New Mexico quent interbreeding with the

Sunday. on the fast time this summer. Strive Next Week To Boost black form, that the rapid

FOR PERSONNEL who face ST. LOUIS and Poplar Bluff spread into other states was

transfer or discharge or who will areas of Missouri are using Day Bond ParticipationA noticed.
go on leave to distant places; light Saving Time but not the TODAY IT is found in eight

this summer, it could be confusing rest of the state. Northern area southern states, Alabama, Arkansas -
without a ,score card. of West Virginia go Daylight concerted effort will be made next week at Naval florida; Georgia, Louisiana -

Time.If activities in the Jacksonville area to increase participationof Mississippi, South Carolinaand
All the New England states: you're confused, stop right military and civilian personnel in the payroll savings Texas.It .

will observe daylight saving here. Kentucky has problems oi plan for the purchase of U. S.Savings Bonds.
time from April 27 until Oct. 26,, In conjunction with nation spreads by flying, crawling,
its own. The Legislature has
downstream on logs,
as will New York, New Jersey, banned Daylight Time after June wide and local "Share in Amer "Americans want to save drifting
aboard cars, ,
most of Pennsylvania, Delawareand 19. Louisville is on the fast time ica" campaigns, hundreds of appointed money, and many don't suc- trains and on nursery
Washington, D. C. unit chairmen and rep ceed" declared Lcdr. James' airplanes
now but must go back to Central stock in shipment.The .
Others setting clocks ahead an Standard before the new edict resentatives will be making a Kirklighter, NAS' Savings Bonds ant is red to blackish red

hour are Indiana, Wisconsin, comes into effect.A person-to-person canvass duringall Officer. "An overwhelming ma- in( color; builds large single
Minnesota, Nevada and Califor- tip from here is to keepin of next week, in an, effortto jority consider the Payroll Sav- mounds and varies in length

nia. mind the time changes, if boost local participation. ings Plan for automatic invest- from about one-eighth to one-
before LATEST RECORDS indicate ment in U. S. Savings Bonds as
in home state

PARTS OF Indiana, in the any your fourth inch. Another sure wayto
that at present 50 percent of ideal to save. Every national -
taking a trip this summer. an way
it is that it
Central zone, already are an "
civilian personnel employed by survey shows this, added
hour ahead, having been on aggressive and has a vicious
NAS Jacksonville now partici- Kirklighter.
Eastern time all through the AO School Graduation sting.
pate in the payroll savings plan.
winter. IRONICALLY, while m 0 r ethan THE LIFE cycle covers a
Honors Go To WilliamsPfc. No records are kept of mili-
$41,000,000,000 worth of period of 25 to 40 days with
States with split schedules include tary personnel, whose bond purchases -
Donald Williams of Wal-. the U. S. Savings Bonds are ownedin the queen living several months
Illinois Florida Missouri arranged through
Pa. honors about one out of every three and laying several hundred eggs.
laceton, grabbed top
Kentucky, West Virginia, Ala- Finance Center in Cleveland, I
in last week's graduation at Avi- American families, only one out In! the life cycle, the eggs hatchIn
bama Virginia and Ohio. is estimated that
Ohio but it
ation Ordnanceman School ClassA of every seven families invested eight to 12 days; the larvae
Local option is the rule in Illi- 35% participating -
close to are now
at NATTCenter. regularly in Savings Bonds dur- pupate in six to 12 days; and
nois and it gets mixed-up at savings plan.
in the payroll
ing 1957. Many of us are not the adults emerge in nine to
times. Most communities goingon Williams, who entered the Ma- Objective, or goal, during the doing what surveys show we 16 days.
fast time will go back to rines in June, 1957 is still un- campaign next week, will be
want to do merely because wehaven't The colony may contain 25-
Standard on Sept. 28, but Chi- assigned. to boost Naval Air Station's enrollment -
ourselves workers
urged or no 000 minor and major
Daylight until Oct. least 65 percent.
on at
cago stays to
one has asked us to do it", con- and a few winged adults.
26. northern areas near RELEASED by the
tinued the Savings Bonds Of- Aboard NAS, the mounds
Washington will go on Day- Navy Department Office of Sav- ficer. treated as
light Saving Time in Virginia, ings Bonds show that civilian were
and they'll remain on this until employees' participation in the Of all the talk about shrewd found. However, the area is wet,

Oct. 26.FLORIDA. payroll savings plan totals 68.5 investments, it is pointed out swampy and covered with jun-

The Sixth Naval Dis- U. S. Savings Bonds continueto gle-like: growth, complicating
AS does most all U. S. work in eradication.The .
trict, of which NAS Jai is a be popular with those who
the Southeast, stays on Stand- command, ranks 11th among Na- wish to save. Combined sales in imported ant, despite its

ard time except for the vast SAVINGSBONDS val Districts, while NAS Jax (March in Series E and H Savings relatively small size, carries

Eglin Air Force Base reserva- rates sixth among activities un- Bonds exceeded redemptions quite a punch. When stinging,

tion in northwest Florida which der management control of Bu- of matured and unmatured it t grabs hold of the skin with

will go on Daylight Time. reau of Aeronautics. Among naval bonds of these series for the its; jaws and literally doubles

Same is true for Alabama, air stations, Jax ranks second straight month, latest under the rear part of its body

where the Redstone Arsenal at fourth. : reports show. to sting.
Huntsville goes on Daylight


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Soon to go to Congress, pre- former bill was dropped.It tive duty contracts to some Re-' pay now offered. ec.tva

'diets Navy Times, is a new also includes ideas presented serve officers and not to others. Fate of the measure when it

term retention contract bill to by various Reserve Organiza- Another point on which the reaches Capitol Hill is a big ques-
replace the bill on which hear tions and by the Reserve Forces : Congressmen were insistent was tion. The House Armed Services

ings were dropped by the Defense Policy Board. that reserve officers receive the committee began hearings on v b

Department in January.All The House Armed Services same separation benefits as reg- President Eisenhower's Defense

three services generally subcommittee headed by Rep. ulars who leave active service reorganization plan this week.

concur on the new proposal. Overton Brooks made it clear, before retirement.This .
,. Although details are lacking, said Navy Times, last winter would mean that the reserves Committee spokesman said it
the bill is understood to incor- that it would not go along with would collect two months was not likely the new proposalcan With TheToastmasters

porate recommendations made any plan which gave the serv- pay for each year of service be taken up before mid-

by Congress at the time the ices the option of offering ac- instead of the half a month's May.

_. _hO. h.U... __
Kam. KI
Don Muller toastmastered the
... PI\1 E
76th meeting of Mar-Nav-Easy
:; :.' 'c r ,i"r: tl J,; R'Y 7 held last Thursday at the CPO
:' 't. Club.
Harv Harville was voted top
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL speaker of the evening with his

Sunday May recitation on "Yesterday, Today
0930 Sunday School, Three- and Tomorrow", speaking on his
year-olds through adults. Bldg. toastmaster experiences from the
722. Service of Divine Worship, i Icebreaker stage to present.
Ralph Davies made some
1100-Service of Divine Wor- worthwhile suggestions in his

ship, Chaplains Reagan and speech "Strategy In Working
Davis. With People."

1800 Teen-age Fellowship,
The members were also held
Bldg. 722. spellbound by Al Shiller, who
1930 United Fellowship of talked on "It Could Happen T\

Protestants, Bldg. 722. You", stressing highway safety.

Monday, May 5 Larry McLeod was togicmaster.
1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722.I I Roy Suberly and Roy Emerson

Thursday, May 8 were general evaluators. Judges
1600-Junior Choir Rehearal
were Ed Sweeney, Bob Gelles
Bldg. 722. and Dick Murphy.

1915-All Saints' Choir Rehearsal ..
Bldg. 722. .yy--- ---
BABY STRING ORCHESTRA Ready to perform before a large gathering of youngstersat Woody Woodside, toastmasterfor
ST. EDWARDS' CHAPEL the Navy Wives Nursery last week is the Jacksonville Baby String Orchestra known throughout the 218th meeting of Navy }
Schedule of Masses the country for its talent. More than 200 tots were captivated by the group of youthful musi Officers' .Toastmasters introduced
Sunday, May 4 cians. Front row, left to right are Harry Hipler Allen Lockwood, Susan Roberts Dannie Roberts -
08301000Sunday.0630Daily. and Eddie Britt. Rear, Lollie Baldwin Ricky Jones, Alma Jean Brock, Mark Hipler and a variety of speakers at last
Linda Lockwood. Thursday's meeting at the XD' '

0800-Saturday. C. C. Smith argued "You Can't '
I ST.Naval LUKE'S CHAPEL Young Musicians Captivate Credit UnionAuctioning Win-an argument"; Emanuel
Timm raised
the question of
Mass. CarThe "Should We Advise Our Children '
0930-Service of Divine Wor- Navy Nursery
ship, Chaplain Bryant. Jax Navy Federal Cre- To Join the Armed Forces?"; :
dit Union has a repossessed Ray Mullins averred that the
Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
Tuesday 1900-Bldg. 751. old saying, "Don't let a child do a man's job" never re- 1955 Mercury two-door Mont- Navy be placed in "Control Of
Christian Science ceived rougher treatment than last Thursday when the Jackson- clair with Mercomatic, power Space", and Lou Sartor, in his
Tuesday ville Baby String Orchestra put on a performance before about 200 brakes, radio and heater for first beyond basic training
1900-Bldg. 751. small fry at the Navy Wives' Nursery.
sale to highest bidder.No speech, took the club "Up the
The 10-piece Thumb
home: bid under $1385.39, how- Stairway in Toastmasters."
group carried out its task of
BREEZESLifted ever, will be accepted.The .
providing musical fare for the Leader of the orchestra is Surprise of the evening was
car be seen at the first
may "Speech Clinic" infor-
assemblage in remarkably fine Miss Anita Courtmanch with her
from social of
page a rear of Credit Union, Building mative talk
small weekly style with the melodies from mother, Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch, by Bill Barron, giving -
newspaper: 39. If interested, call exten-
a dissertation
on speech eval-
'The mother of the bride worea its violins creating a grownup'smusical serving as accompanist.Miss sion 8507.Gray. uation. '
light beige dress which fell to world. Courtmanch reports thisis
the floor." AGES OF THE young musicians the only orchestra of its typein Marv Reynolds headed the

I all of whom played the Florida and for many miles panel of evaluators which Included -

Change is stimulating, you violin,' ranged from four to nine. beyond. "There have been reports LadiesIn toastmasters Kretzschuann -

know; One tiny tot, said to be only of baby string orchestrasin Mitchell, Neeley and Bailey.

Don't let your status get too three-years-old, and'her six- Texas and California," claims Toastmasters Club 546 is open

quo. year-old brother were ill at, the patient conductor, "but thisis TrainingAbout to all Army, Navy, Marine Corps
the only one of its kind in and Air Force officers. Interested
50 candidates are in
this state.
session this week at the spring personnel are invited to call
HAVING ITS origin four years I training class of Gray Ladies Lcdr. N. W. Frees, Cecil Field
ago with the optimistic visionof extensions 540
being conducted at the Naval or Lt. E. E.
Miss Courtmanch and a local Hospital.The Dougherty, NAS Jax extension
music school owner, the baby 8586.
r orchestra has played for many course, of 15-hours dura .
__ tion, is being held daily from
outstanding gatherings in addi-
A lively session
0900-1200. made more
Following successful
tion to being asked to play on
!. lively by the appearance of two
f A4 national TV.Presently completion of the training, can
didates will begin 10 hours probation experienced annotators, k e p t
having 12 membersit's requirements.A Navy Civilian Toastmasters on
( usual number), the groupis their toes Tuesday night at their
high-spot of
composed of seven boys and week's dinner meeting at Karl Hellen-
five girls (when no one is ill.) classes was a trip Tuesday to the thals.
Red Cross Chapter House at 2525
One of the original members, Lending their
: Riverside Ave.Capping able presence
Linda Lockwood 9, is still with for the were guests Rev. Allen Batt, of
< the orchestra, and is the "senior"in ceremony new Melbourne
SEAMASTER Th Navy's Deputy Chief of Naval Opera- class is planned for late May. Australia, who is
P6M Seamaster, escorted by tions for Air, said recently that age. with the Interlachen Mission;
two speed'boats, taxis across production models of the 600- GIRLS WERE dressed for the which thoroughly appealed to Rev. Dick Petrie, Minister of the

Chesapeake Bay.Seamasler. mph minelaying jet seaplane will Navy Wives' Nursery performance the partisan gathering. Wesconnett Methodist Church,

be used to "go after enemy submarines in crisp white blouses and Hardly a murmur was uttered and George Gemming, of NAAS
Is in their home ports in full red skirts while the boys from the little folks watchingthe Mayport.

the event of any big war." wore white formal suits com- show, and when the final Basic training speeches were

A-BombHurler "By refueling from subs or plete handkerchief.with wine cummerbundand number was announced, one little given by Aubrey Silvey, who

other small units enroute," the shaver cried, "Don't let themgo. narrated on "N a v y's Locality
The Navy says resumption of : admiral said, "the seaplanes Among selections played by ." Wage Survey"; Ernie Newberg,
flight tests of the P6M Seamas- could deliver mines or nuclear the orchestra were: Sidewalks Another lad, refusing to believe "Fools in Sports"; Norm Brooks,

ter is a "significant advance" in I weapons against any targets a- Of New York, Camptown Races .it all, however, pondered "Wills"; Floyd Barnes, "Purchas-
the development of a major antisubmarine long vast -arcs 2,000 miles or Ten Little Indians, William Tell thoughts of the warm out-of- ing"; and Dr. Max Suter, The
warfare weapon. more from their tenders. (AF- Overture, Pop! Goes The Wea- doors and possibly catching fishor Report on the Report on Free
Vice Adm. W. V. Davis Jr., PS). sel and the Marines' Hymn, romping in the dirt. Public Libraries."

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May 1958 JAX AIR N.EWS Page 5

(Unbeaten Supply 'ft: ,. .T:!; .;.:fi:. ;'f" I Fleet Team Triumphs '

loliballers Top Local Boxers Hammer

[Mainside LoopM Out CYO DecisionsNavy

e d i.c a 1 recorded an 8.7

,vin over VA-44 to share the

National League lead with mittmcn led the way in the Navy-CYO Boxing

AP-62 as Mainside Softball '. Classic last Thursday before nearly 5,000 fans at Chicago's
ompetition rolled along last ; '* I Northwest Armory, capturing seven out of ten bouts.

'leek. All-Navy champions faced the
Both clubs are undefeated after a .. ,: ,:.: best boxers from the Catholic tripped Frank Ballard while

four games. The American .'::: ,::; :!: Youth Organization in a benefitfor Dixon edged Brian O'Shea.

eague is paced by Supply, also the Navy-Marine Corps Me- OTHER NAVY winners were
,: ..
ith a 4-0 mark. ',:; .....:. ..' morial Stadium Fund. Sylvester Nance, bantam-weight
Fasron 109 tripped NARTU, .. THREE LOCAL All-Navy from NAS Norfolk; Curtis, USS
13-11, to jump into the runner- ,t: 'i- iM t champions, middleweight Law- Damato welter-weight; Solomon

p spot behind Supply. VA104in .... ', \1 rence Howard of VF-43, light- Johnson of ComLandShip, and ,

third spot. +aKwa$'."..w-...' .'. wa"V."..".: ,:. Pi.;toaQ :. welterweight Billy Martin of VP heavyweight Roy Lou,on of the
In other ..w p gr 'ta 16 and lightweight John Dixonof
activity last week, .', USS Sierra.
ospital overcame VA-15, 13-9; :.. ...; 'f f"I1' Green Cove Springs, all won Francis "Tabby" Lee, All-
[P-18 blanked VF-173, 13-0; .<
f AH-1, in its initial game of the ,:t>. ."..,. ,........;..:;-.l/e;.'. ., ..-.:._"" _.,'".::>M. Every fight on the ten-event 1957 Interservice champion,
ear, trimmed VU-10, 13-4, and HOME PLATE ACTION Mainside softball teams are program ended in a decision, dropped a verdict to rugged Fred
[AP-62 defeated Operations, 13- battling daily on Station diamonds in National and American with only three Navymen being Morish.
League activity In a contest last week at Enterprise Field outpointed.
FAETU brought out its big wood in thumping FAW-11 2611. Deloash Grant, USS Strong
Also, VU-10 thumped Fasronx Howard, who lost in the finalsof
Batter in the photo, C. R. Lictus took a hefty cut at the ball light-middleweight] was trimmed -
14-6; VP-18 eked out a 2-1 but fouled it off to the left. Most FAETU connections, however the Interservicc Tournament, by CYO's Maurice. Oliver and
fin over FAETU, while Fasron were straightened out. Catcher is Fred Burdelte decisioned Ted Johnson; Martin from
Chick Brady, 112-pounder
))9 earned its second win of the
the USS Damato, lost to Christo-
eek by triumphing i over Jax Braves Face
ARTD, 1312.fATTC f pher Rafter in the night's opening -

Smokies HornetsIn JAX AIR MANY,bout. IMPRESSIVE digna-

Lanes To SPORTSf taries in boxing and Naval cir-

(port New Lookhe Latest StandThe F :. cles were on hand for the charity -
including former
.. '. '" \\< <, r ,.
six bowling alleys at NA- Sally League Jacksonville f '- .-.- .._ .-:....---- middleweight champion, of the
Center are taking on a newk Braves return home from their world, Tony Zale, who coachedthe

[ brought about by a com- first long road trek of the year, CYO crew.
fte renovation. hosting Knoxville in a three- SNARES Navy coach was Murph Grif-

The lanes have been taken game series beginning Monday fith of the US S Yellowstonewith

.dart, with! new pieces of equip- night at the new ball park. Chuck Phillips, Jax Navy

'.Lent being added. The Smokies, farmhands of SPRING CUP TOGAThe mentor, serving as trainer.

?New approaches, pin ends, the Baltimore Orioles, will be Referees were Bernard Weiss-
final shot has been fired in the
aria seats have been install- championship
new their first of man, Frank Gilmer, Frank Si-
making appearance
bracket of the NAS Jax Spring Cup"Golf Tournament with
dt with all other
; parts being the year in Jacksonville.A kora and Jack Dempsey, another -
[,finished. Frank Richards wearing the title crown after edging Richard former great world's box-

7r e lanes are reported to beJfine four-game stand against the Barnett, 1-up, in an exciting finale last weekend. ing champion.
condition, and will be Charlotte Hornets will close out Richards, Jax Navy golf team
(ready for bowling on or aboutMaya the home stand. captain, gained the champion- IN THE FOURTH flight, Ted Dempsey, called by many the
ship copped last year by Lew Tanksley is scheduled to duel greatest of all, was there in a
6. Braves'meet Charlotte i In
Chaff, who no longer is stationed Jack Wilson for top honors. I double capacity as former
"c"" .#, night games Thursday, Fridayand
':, here. : It was announced early this I champion and as a Reserve
with contest
'" Saturday a day
week that the All-Station Mixed Commander.The .
ACTIVITY in the second and
<.;lsMorneCegers,, / / / scheduled Sunday. fourth flights is not finished, Two-Ball Tournament will begin I competition was in all

i41 Snare Crown All night tilts get underwayat but the third flight winner has Sunday at 1100. t I probability final action of the

2000 with Sunday games: beginning been decided. The entry fee of. one dollar I year for the Jax Navy boxers,
rAn all-Marine Aviation Detachment at 1500. e Bob McCanley defeated Archie will include a meal at 1700. rounding out the finest season, -
five from NATT- Fowler, 4 and 3, for the third Non-golfers will be charged 75 in local boxing circles.

enter recently copped first flight tiUe.Second cents, children under 12, 25
lace honors in the Riversideen's Center Water Ski flight action saw Bruce cents. .

,. League, after having a Gardner win over Frank Shee-

.ee saw battle all season long Tourney SlatedThe han. Gardner now plays the How about getting the Post STRIKESSPARES

ith McCall Fuel. winner of the Kenneth Wheeler- ,Office out of the red with a
The last three week's of Richard Overby match for the' combination stamp and slot ma-
Special Services Depart-
action saw the Marines pull championship. chine?
away to a four game lead, and ment at NATTCenter announcedthis
week that the Second Annual SPLITS
never were ;, .
The winning combination Water Ski Tournament will

included M/Sgt. "Red" Green- take place May 17, starting at VP-5 defeated Dispensary, 4-0,
0800. a last week to lead the American
wood, M/Sgt. Steve Mayer, d JAy
M/Sgt. John Burner, M/Sgt. The event will be held at Mainside ,Bowling League with

Willis Pearce and T/Sgt. Karl Doctor's Inlet, also the scene of a,41-11 record.

Booth. last year's fine showing. Second place VP-18 with\ 30-

10 mark, was idle while Dental
Stipulations are that no "experts" -
shut out VA-44, bringing its
former AWSA tourna-
or record to 40-16 to hold down
Chess Players Needed ment participants will be accepted M Y third place.

Any one interested in taking holding the tournamentto r. I-
w JY. On the National side, VW-4
[part in the Mainside intramural amateurs only. All NATT- No. 1 is atop the loop with 37Vfe
Chess tournament, call the Main- Center personnel are eligible,
wins and 10% losses, while
side athletic director, extension and skiers will be bracketed according -
Vi VAH-1 No. 1's 45-15 mark is
585, for information. to ability. good for second place. Fasron

..wts Six is ill number three position

with 3814.In .
NinesThe a
MAE Pacing Center other contests, ComFairJax

defeated Hospital, 3-1, then lost
Sparkies of AE Schoolare k to the NAS Officers by the same
the only unbeaten club in Cooks, 11-9. score.
the NATTCenter Softball Santos Gonzales won his third __ Disbursing won over VAII-1

League and are resting atop the game as AK School beat NAWS ry No.2, 3-1, while Dispensaryshut
eight-team heap.In School, 11-6. Hurler Jim ,Lee and % out VA-15 "B". NARTUlost

an oddity last week, Char- backstop Fred Dammeyer hit to Supply, 3-1.
lie Richards hurled a no-hitter homers as AE's leaders drubbedthe VP-5 rolled a 2617 for American -

against the Sparks but his Sup- Cooks, 16-5. league high set honors while

port Splinter mates committed Paul Bentley won two gamesas _..."""" ...v :._.... VW-4 No. 1 captured the Na-
beaucoup errors and Richardshad his AvFund mates downed MEET THE CHAMPS Pictured above are the hard hitting tional League mark with a 2556.
to settle for a 4-4 tie. MAD, 11-4, and NAWS School, specialists of Aviation Storekeeper School who recentlyi
Other action AO School 10-7. Junior Berry hit two home f pped the doubles championship in the NATTCenter table ten-
saw the victors. nis .tourney. Lt. Wayne Crozier. (left) training officer of the The older 'one gets the harderit
chunker Walter Kamau hurl two runs School and Edward Johnson Jr.. AKC. teamed to defeat an en- fin-
is to make ends meet -
wins, handing AK School its first The Marines decisioned the try from Aviation Electrician's Mate' School. Johnson was also
Splints 7-3. the winner in singles play. gers and toes especially.
defeat, 9-6, and downing the I Support ,



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 1 May 1953
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", o. : Hospital CivilianEmployees
: "I'' : ''E" S ==
\ : : I FY
; ., .::" ,.: Given

( and NATTCenter t M P

movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday Safely AwardsCapt.

Sunday and holiday, : r Rj
Alton C. Abernethy
1400 '1800 and 2000. ,
movie -
commanding o f fie e r of the
daily. 1900.) Naval Hospital, last week

Thursday, May 1 I presented safety awards to
Mainside 12 Angry Men
# civilian employees
(court,drama) with Lee J. Cobb j t ting 57 years of safety.A represen-.
and Henry Fonda.NATTCenter .
civilian driver, Ernest Pitts,
Wild Harvest was on duty 'when the awards
(drama) with Alan Ladd and P were presented or else his total

Robert Preston. Also Monsterand 4 > of 17 years safe driving would

the Ape, (chapter 1)). t have made a grand total of 74
Hospital This 'Happy Feel- years.

ing (color light romantic drama) f THOSE RECEIVING safe driv-

with Debbie Reynolds and John ing awards wire Floyd Rhoden

Saxon. t with 12-years; Melvin Rhoden

Friday. May 2 : 'i and Lawrence Howard, both sev-
Mainside Hell's Five Hours : : tI { J :: en years. \

(suspense melodrama) with Ste- Industrial accident prevention

ven McNally and Coleen Gray. q ew awards were presented to Ro-
Also, A Pizza Tweety Pie and
bert Scott, nine year award; Ellington -
Mississippi Hare.NATTCenter .
Johnson, seven
12 Angry Men. "" ''' '''''',""F' ',, ,
/If. i l t ti i /S ( \\rI: Angus Hague, five year award;
Hospital Wild Harvest.. HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES WIN SAFETY AWARDS Capt. Alton C, Abernethy commanding William Fair four Kra-
officer of the Naval Hospital, recently presented safety awards to employees and shops.
Saturday May 3 Those receiving group and/or individual awards are front row, (left to right) James Harrison, mer Morgan, three year award,
Mainside Rodann (color Charles Tarver, Angus Hague, Melvin Roden Lcdr. Charles Caldwell, Hospital Safety Officer. and Mrs. Inez Maloy, Leatha
Japanese drama) with an all Vincent Iaquinto and J. W. Turner, HMC. Second row, Leatha Davis Mrs. Inez Maloy Kramer Davis and Vincent Iaquinto, all
Japanese cast, dubbed in English Morgan, Capt. Abernethy, William Fair and Anna Wilson. Rear, Robert Scott Ellington Johnson one awards.
Also A. L. Wilson, J. T. Qashwell HMC, and J. E. Davis. year
It's Hummer Time and HAGUE. HEAD carpenter, was
Cave Man Inki.NATTCenter !.
presented a certificate of com-

Hours. Hell's Five Absentee Service Ballot Center SIO mendation of supervision for five consecutiveyears without a

Kiddiee Hospital Matinee- 12 Angry%- Cinderella Men. Seen Vital/ In '58 Voting To Depart lost-time Capt. Abernethy accident. also presented -

(color animated Fairytale.) Also Lt. Barbara Taylor, Service commendations for preventionof
Pardon My Nite Shirt and Information Officer at NATT-
accidents of
to personnel 12
servicemen I
The absentee vote of could be an important
Center will be detached next
Monster and the Ape, Chapter 1. the
shops at Hospital.
factor in naming 468 members to Congress this year, accord- Monday, and report to the
Sunday May 4 ing to William H. Francis Jr., Assistant Secretary of De- Naval Postgraduate School Those receiving awards were
Mainside Too Much, Too fense the Laundry Branch, Electric and
Personnel and
(Manpower, ).
Calif. for
Soon (drama) with Dorothy Ma- % Monterey, duty Refrigeration Shops, Paint Shop,
lone and Errol Flynn. In launching the Defense Department's. under instruction.Miss Medical Repair Branch, Linen

NATTCenter Rodann. Storekeeper Graduates 1958 campaign to en- Taylor, who has been Control Branch, Carpenter Shop,
DicksonDonald courage Armed Forces members, attached to the Center since Machine
Hospital Hell's Five Hours. Topped By Shop, TransportationBranch
civilian employes and their de- July, 1955, has served in the Plumbing Shop, Heatingand
Monday May 5 Dickson, AKAN, of pendents to cast ballots by mail, capacity of SIO officer for Power Branch, Grounds and
Mainside Northwest Mounted Arlington, Va., grabbed top hon- Mr. Francis explained that 33 the past 18 months. Roads Branch and Food Service
Police (color drama) with ors in last week's graduation at senators and 435 representativeswill

Gary Cooper and Paulette God- the Aviation Storekeeper School run for office this fall.
dard. Class A at NATTCenter.
THE FEDERAL Voting As- Senate GroupContinued Division.mmmm
NATTCenter Too Much, Too Dickson, who entered the Navyin sistance Act of the 84th Congress,

Soon. April, 1956 will report to the operating in conjunction with ( from Page 1))
Hospital Rodann. USS Valley Forge for duty. FOR RENT
state laws, enables residents of rewrite the measure to set the
Tuesday May 6 most of states serving in the effective: date whenever they 1-Bdrm with kitch priv. if' de-

Mainside Sing Boy Sing Armed Forces to cast absentee want and if it doesn't pass until : sired. 2959 Forbes St. EV89203.
(musical drama) with ballots. 1-Bdrm. 3602 Oak St. EV-
Tommy some time in May (and it could

Sands and Lili Gentle. Also, The law was enacted to stimu- not possibly pass any earlier), 9-5354 Johnson. .
3859 Hers-
Clobbers Cat. 4-Rm Furn. Apt.
could make it effective
late absentee voting of the memo EV-7-1950.
chell St. $70 Mo.
. NATTCentert Northwest $ ,rQ bers of all federal agencies whoare May 1, anyway.In I
Mounted Police. a'F stationed away from their asking for a new scale, defense 3-Rm Furn. Apt. 2854 Corin-

Hospital Too Much, Too 's homes of record. had requested an increasefor thian Ave. (Ortega). $35 Mo.
Soon. rank 0-7s would have
SINCE 1955 Mr. Francis said, one : EV-8-4235. Miller.
been raised $50 to $75 over Kil-
Wednesday. May 7
"state after state has seen fit to FOR SALE
Mainside Beast of Budapest change its election code in vari- day rates. The subcommitteewas 3-Bdrm Home. 5180 PennantDr.

(drama) with Gerald Milton and ous ways to assist servicemenand expected (6 vote down this (Venetia Ter). EV-7-6707,

John Hoyt. Also, A Waggily Tale others in casting absentee request. Fuquay (ADC).
and Feather Bluster. Monsterand ballots in state and national elec- I Meanwhile, a detailed analysis 3-Bdrm. Hse. 4374 GaribaldiAve.

the Ape, chapter ((2)). tions. o I I of the Defense-proposed pay (Venetia). NCC.LDP. EV-
revisions shows that $100 mil- 8-3567. Gillock.
"As result have
a we lion of the $137 million to be MISCELLANEOUSWanted
Nqvy witnessed tremendous improve-
from the bill would
cut pay : Ride to NATTC from
(Continued from Page 1)) ment throughout the nation in have to'come from. the top three Lancaster & Riverside. Present
and in
absentee voting procedures
friends of the Navy and Marine ways of simplifying registrationand EM grades. ride being transHrs07301610.Ext8220. .

Corps.If the handling of absentee Some $34 million is cut from Reed.
the Jacksonville Branch of ballots." the E-7 ranks and the average Lost: Plastic Keycase in vie.
the Navy Relief Sot iety, which raise is cut from 16 to 10( per of O & R. Pink with Glue flow-
handles cases of personnel sta- In 1942, when the absentee cent. Some $29 million is cut ers. EV-4-1377 or EV-9-8934.

tioned at NAS Jax, NAS Cecil ballot privilege was first given from the E-6s and $36 million Walsh.

Field, NAAS Mayport, Naval servicemen, only one per cent of from the E-5s and in both cases

Station Green Cove Springs, NAS eligible Armed Forces members the raises were expected to be
voted Mr. Francis said, adding Reunion Slated SaturdayFor
Sanford, and NAS Glynco, Ga., cut from 12 to eight per cent,
is to be enabled to meet its anticipated that in 1956, this figure climbed according to Navy Times.A All ExBermudaitesAll
beyond 35 cent. (AFPS)
requirements duringthe DEFENSE spokesman told. hands stationed in Ber-

ensuing year, contributionswill Navy Times that the reason muda from 1952-56 are invitedto
be needed from each and these three rates bear so muchof 0 a get-together at Kingsley
every officer and enlisted man 1t: New VehicleContinued the cost of the cuts is simply Beach this Saturday.

on duty in the area. The local ( from Page 1)) because that is where bulk of Persons going to the reunion
auxiliary will need close to $25- the money is. should take their own food and
000 for operation in the next 12 stickers were ordered for one Further, the spokesman said drink. Festivities are .due to
months, officials disclose. year's estimated usage. This fig- '
? 50 per cent of men in these begin at 1100.
The Navy Relief Drive will be ure 'does not include temporary grades will get pro paymakingtheir All interested should contact

operated as all other campaigns stickers. take-home pay a good bit chief Baldwin at the Fasron 109

within the federal establishment. SHERWOOD is the hostess MISSSandraBanks with a Usual\ colors are on the new higher; and 4,000 E-7s will prop shop, extension 8225.
All solicitations will be conducted bow. one eventually go up to E-8 and
She's of several who, stickers, red for civilians, blue
through the medium of key dressed in costumes of "Sher E-9 getting rates up to 41 per Happy thought for the day: If
men. Contributions,' to be made wood green" will greet pilots for officers, green for chiefs cent higher than E-7. This in you were rich you couldn't eat

via the envelope system, can be for arriving the World at Tyndall Wide AFB.Weapons Fla.. and master sergeants and yellow turn opens up more promotion any more and would get 'just as

.made in cash or check. Meet. for enlisted personnel. chances for E-63 and E-5s. tired.