Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Hurricane Hunters Set To Give Warning On Impending FuriesThe

hurricane season is now ,bureau offices a 11 along the other similar aircraft. The planed the Gulf of Mexico, in additionto Before the wind and rains:
30 days old and personnel of Eastern seaboard and Gulf of o w n there presently is in flying into the eyes of storms. Have gas tank filled, check bat-
Airborne Early Warning Squadron Mexico in a veritable hurricane charge of Lcdr. James Clare. THE FOLLOWING information tery and tires, have ample sup-
Four of NAS Jax are on 24- warning chain. Airplanes and crew are rotated and suggestions on do's ply of drinking, water, stock up
hour alert. The local teletype is utilized every 10 days. and don'ts when a hurricane on foods that need no cooking or

No tropical disturbance, how- mostly as a drop to' receive information Height of the hurricane sea- threatens have been issued' by refrigeration, have flashlight on
ever, has arisen to date to cause on flights and all son each year is considered to the Dept. of Commerce in conjunction hand and first aid kit, fire ex-

alarm, according to Comdr weather phenomena.With be from Aug. 1 to Sept. 15. Dur- with the Weather Bureau tinguisher and batterypoweredradio.

Nicholas Brango, veteran Cane advent of the hurricane ing this time, two "Connies" : .
Hunter and skipper of VW-4. season, VW-4 dispatched an air- will be on duty at the Roads. Keep your radio or TV set on, STORE ALL loose objects,
ON JUNE 16, the squadron's craft, a WV-3' Constellation, to The Cane Hunters also con- and listen to latest weather bu- such as toys, tools, trash cans,
teletype was cut into a network' Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. duct routine surveillance weather reau advice to save your life and awnings. Board or tape all
which connects with weather THIS WAS followed by four flights out of Jacksonville to and possessions. (Please turn to Page 6, Co!. 2))



VoL 16 No 15 Horn of Commander NAB-IND Fleet Air JacksonTilU FU.. Air Wing 11: Naval Air Technical Training C.nl.r: Naval Hoipltal Jacktonvlll. 17 July 1958

.o : Slower EM 'Ups' Seen

In. Promotion PictureFaster

Y ; : 4. promotions are in the mill for some officers of

.... the Navy,' but for the enlisted men hikes up the ladder will

get a little- toucher.
I Fewer promotions will come I
to those getting ready to take Meanwhile, the Navy has increased -
officer promotion to captain to
part in August petty
three times over last year'szone.
promotion exams, says Navy

I4 \sjj1; 4 Times. Possible. passage of White
AND COME next year, sailors
seeking advancements to first Charger, the Navy's "hump"bill
will give the Navy an un-
class will have to serve 24
months as P02 instead of the limited attrition rate until mid-
I 1965.
now-required 12 months.
\ : Congress, should the bill pass,
will probably set some limit to
A 1 1 the amount of the hump that
H can be cut by White Charger.

_.;, ,_.';':':>i.':>i._ .",.,1 ___..>>_.... _,_,__..ea.c_""t.xabebt i. ___l.' *, THEN BECKYAlma OFFICIALS of the Navy are
TALENT SHOW TROPHY WINNERS The four top preparing for this by deepeningthe
performers in last Friday's Jacksonville eliminations of the Becky, Cleo, Daisy, zone of consideration and
Jax Winners All-Navy Talent Contest display their trophies. Dick McMeekin. Ella, Fifi, Gerda-this is nota thereby it will have a goodman
YN1, (left) of Jax Navy Recruiting Office was rated top per- list of names for than
former, with G. A. Haney. PHAAN, of VAP-62 (second from consump- y more passovers
Selected In left) placing second. McMeekin and Haney will represent Jax tion by fond parents seekinga normal by the time the legisla-
in the Sixth ND trials at Charleston, S. C. July 23. Alberta name for their new child. tion is approved.
Talent TrialsDick Brotzman, AA (second from right) of NATTCenter. backed up But rather a* new list of The Army-Navy-Air Force
by an instrumental trio, placed third, and Robert Niedxieliki names for hurricanes to be Register believes that more officers -
FA (extreme right) of Green Cove Springs, was fourth. All
McMeekin, yeoman are vocalists.Station. used this season. will be considered for a
first class attached to the I After Gerda, which will be certain number of vacancies and
Navy Recruiting Office in' the monicker for Storm G, the number of passovers will
Jacksonville, basted nine Public Works Issues the names continue this way- jump to unprecedented propor-

other contestants to win the Helene, Ilsa, Janice, Katy, tions.
Jacksonville Zone elimina- Milly, Nola, Orchid, Portia, On the EM front, what really
tions of the All-Navy Talent 19 Contracts During JuneDuring Queeny, Rena and Sherry. indicates a slowdown in promo

Contest held last Friday at And if this isn't enough, tions are the number of rates

King Hall. the month of June, the Public Works Depart- there's Thora, Udele, Virgy, which are put in the "token"
Impersonator, singer, and piano ment of NAS Jax issued approximately 19 contracts totaling Wilna, Xrae, Yurith and Zor- category, those ratings in which

player par excellence, McMeekin close to $600,000, according to Lcdr. R. H. ;P. Dunn, deputy na. but three to .10 percent of suc-
picked up where he left off in resident officer in charge of construction.One cessful examinees will be ad-
1956 when he the local
copped vanced.
of the main jobs under
trials and went on to be selectedin way is air-conditioning of the THERE WERE only five rat-

the All-Navy troupe which Station's Commissary Store. Finish Ings in this group last February.
appeared on the Ed Sullivan Wow the "token" promotiongroup
date is set for late August.
Show. He did not enter the affects 'E-5s in 24 ratings.
ANOTHER provides for the
contest in 1957.McMEEKIN These are AB, AD, AO, BM,
modification of test cell in
raced throughhis CD, CM, CS, DC, DT, EN, GM,
O & R for
wide repertoire for his per- Department testing HM, IM, LI, ME, ML, MN, PN,
formance, which included impersonation of gas turbine (turbo-shaft) en- QM, SD, SH, TEYN), TM, and
' of Vaughn Mon- gines. YN.

roe, Billy i Eckstine, the Ink The installation of new galley Token promotions% to the E-5

Spots, sang a duet of "Baby Its equipment at M a i n si d e and rating are in the BM, CS, LI,
Cold Outside," and accompanied NATTCenter plus new tile floor- SD and SH rates while AB, CS,
himself on the piano.G. ing in NATTCenter galley and MN, SD and SH ratings get but
A. Haney, PHAAN, of VAP62 glazed wall wainscob in the three to 10 percent promotionsin
who sang "Old Man River," NAS galley is also called for. pay grade E-4.

placed second. He and McMeekinwill ONE BIG job provides for the ,. THERE WILL be from 76 to

represent Jax in the Sixth I erection of two 100-foot radar 100 percent promotions for Au-
ND competition to be held July towers for use in conjunctionwith gust test-passers for 23 rates in
23 in Charleston, S. C. the Radar Air Traffic Con- 3-6.. Last February, this numberwas
Judged third best was Wave trol Center in the Operations 32.Thirty.

Alberta Brotzman, A A, of Building. rates, same as Febru-
NATTCenter, who Sang "You Under construction also is the ary, can expect to have almost

(Please turn tq Page 6, Col. 5)) modernization of the Air Ter- 100 percent promotions to E-5 in
minal in the Operations Building ; I August with 28 rates, one less

MDBS Payment Due to provide for expansion of ._n__._ _.. ._, .. ''' r ___. .,,_....__>..._ than February, getting full pro-
the Exchange Ca E'tcria. motions in August to grade
Benefit Navy
Mutual Death Society VA-176 PILES UP/"E"s Since its commissioning in Juneof pay
members are reminded that assessment Also underway at the present 1955 Attack Squadron 176 has consistently been among E-4.
No. 100 is payable now time is the installation of five leaders in performance and safely, climaxed this :year with 39 Slowdown in EM promotionsis
through July 25. jet blast deflectors adjacent to individual "E"s given squadron pilots for outstanding scores in attributed to the reduced requirements -
competitive exercises. Comdr. G. E. Miller (right) Commanderof
Positively no payment can be the taxiway for runup test pur- in some pay gradesof
Air Group 17, of which VA-176 is a part,'presents an "E" to
accepted after the closing date. poses and noise abatement. Lt. A. B. Headley of VA-176, one of 39 "E" winners. many rates.VW.4 .


July 195J

Lt. Seitchick Heads Group --

JR r s Hearing Association To BE PART OF

NAB Jackaonvills NAVY
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ... ... ................................. ... .... .. .... Commanding Officer ISSUE
Comdr. Graystotv H. Weber ..... ...... ................................ .. ..... ........ Executive. Officer Effective
NAB Six Fleet Air JtcktonvllU July 1, 1959, sail.
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ........................................................................ CommanderCapt. AidAt Handicapped Tots ore won't have to bother
Seth S. Searcy Jr. ................................................................ Chief of Staff FalrJax with
Capt. Macpherson Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff NAB Six furnishing their own mattress
Fleet Alt Wing Eleven
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ................................................................... Commander of Hearing covers and pillowcases, ac-
Capt. Thomas S. White ................................................?.....,.. Chief Staff OfficerNaval a recent meeting of the Association cording to Navy Times.
Air Technical Training Center Seitchick pres.-elect,
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .....................?.................................. .... Commanding Officer Handicapped Children, Lt, Murray Back in July of 1952 the
Comdr Wilfred E. Fleshman ................................................................ Executive Officer out that of approximately 600,000 persons, seven
Naval Hospital pointed this Navy began providing sailors .
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ................................................................ Commanding< Officer percent are handicapped in one way or another and of with their own blanketsand
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .NARTU : Commanding< Officer percentage.. two percent are deaf or hard of hearing. pillows.
Comdr, William E. Hardy........................................................ ............ Executive Officer -
The Association, was recently the edu- During the years when a
to get
the schools, ((2))
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville Floridaat of sailor was transferred he
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-37 organized for the purpose cators interested in children with had
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof bringing to the public the great to to carry these large items
Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training a hearing handicap, and (3))
Center, Fleet Air Wing. 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. need of understanding problemsof instructors in the with him to his destination.
Naval HospitalService child. get special It was declared in
Information Officer .Comdr Charles M. Thomas rearing a handicapped July of
Assistant Service Information Officer ........ ... Andrew II. Planey schools. 1956 that all ships and sta-
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; Mary THE GROUP under directionof The Association started with
Ann Klrchner SN; Dottie Johnson; Jim Billings SN. S |.ff, Photographer NAS tions would provide each man
Jerry Dalrymple, AN. Lt. Seitchick, doctor just three couples and at pre- with the comforts of
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Jax Dispensary, has undertakenthe membership of 100 rest.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is sent has a Finally, the Navy decidedto
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photographs following tasks. composed of mostly par-
take on the care of every-
extensions Editorial 8164.offices 8348.located 272 or 216.In Room. 230, Main Administration -Building. Phone 1, to promote hearing test in ents of handicapped children. and thing including laundering of

persons wanting to help.It these items.So .

is seeking people aroundthe that no one will get con-

DIAPER Station and in the Jackson- fused as to who owns the

ville area who want to help and bedding items, each one is

be helped by the group. marked with the letters USN


even dozen new arrivals children are at a loss as what to

"checked in" at the Naval Hospital do. In most cases the parents

last week with girls leadingthe need instruction as well as the

parade, seven to five. child. ScoutingVAP62 I

Answering the roll were: Girl, Available to these parents are

Loraine Vanessa, to Ben Battle, r Im k 1 ,, courses offered by The Spencer

SK3, and Mrs. Battle; Girl, Ellen Tracy School, the Volto Bureauof

Kay, to Herman Boaz, AMI, and Washington and the Alexander Congratulations toG a r y

Mrs. Boaz; Girl, Deborah Ann, Graham Bell School. All threeof Haney, P H A A N, who placed
to Elmer Fricke, AE2, and Mrs. w these have correspondencecourses. second in the All-Navy Talent

Fricke, and Boy, William Keith, Contest Jax eliminations last

to William Hicks, CSC, and Mrs. A SURVEY was recently madein Friday ,at King Hall

Hicks, all on June 27. New York to find ;why so Haney, who rendered "Old
And, Boy, John Irvie Jr., to "
many students were "stupid. Man River, will appear at the
John Boatwright, SR, and Mrs. Results of this survey proved Regional contest at Charleston,

Boatwright; Boy, Arthur Lee Jr., that the majority of these chil- S. C., July 23.Congratulations.
to Sgt, and Mrs. Arthur Dornath;
dren had kind of
some hearing are also out
Girl, Debra Rhea, to David
difficulty.The to the VAP-62 softball team
Dyer, MM2, and Mrs. Dyer; Girl,
Debra Anne, to Rudolph Ervin, ..w...ij-y. _.y.....__ Association is concerned which finished third in the
SD3, and Mrs. Ervin, and Girl, TOTAL 60 YEARS SERVICE This trio of civilian em- with arranging some form of Main i side intramural league
ployees of the Naval Hospital were recently awarded 20-year
Denise Marie pre-school training for these playoffs.
to John Kovach, service iVs by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy (right) Hospital com
AT2, and Mrs. Kovach, all on manding officer. Attending the recent ceremony were veteran children so they may lead norm- Lcdr. Perry Cofield reported
June 28.Also employees Lawson Wilson, power house engineman; Douglas al lives. aboard from Naval Photographic

Baby Girl to John Nel- McIntyre truck driver, and Anne Wells, clerk. On Tuesday, July 29, at 2000, Center in Washington, to assume -

son, CS3, and Mrs. Nelson, June a meeting of the group will be duties as Photographic

29; Boy, Richard Thomas, Jr., Hospital Employees Get held at the Child Guidance Training Officer.
to Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Clinic, 635 Ocean St. All per- Also reporting aboard were

Schramm, June 29, and Boy, sons interested are urged to at- R. W. Hartenstine, AD2, from

Patrick Alan, to Winfield Wright, 20-Year Service PinsThree tend. Oceana, Va.; W. H. Hawkins,

AE2, and Mrs. Wright, June 29. PRS3, from VF-22; .W. A. Jen-
veteran civilian employees of the Naval Hospitalwere Celebrity: "Why yes, I'll endorse kins, ADC, from VR-2, and L. L.

recently honored with the presentation of 20-years your cigarette-for $50,000." Moeller, D. L. Johnson and J. JSmoyer .

Summer Reading Federal service pins by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital I Agent: "I'll see you inhale all ADJAAs, from
commanding officer. first. NATTCenter, Memphis.

Program Started Pin i recipients were Anne Larry Bennet, AMI, recently

Wells, personnel clerk at the shipped over for six years.
At Center Library Hospital since November of Supply Employee Award The summer transfer monthsare

1941; Lawson Wilson, power here with the following
A Summer Reading Programfor house engineman, and Douglas squadron officers receiving
children has been inaugurated McIntyre, truck driver. Goes To Mrs. Wilkins orders: Lcdr. Ralph Koontz to

at the NATTCenter Libraryas Mrs. Wells started Federal NAS Floyd Bennett Field; Lt.
a unit of the Book Worm Congratulations to Mrs. Oretha
service on the administrativestaff Robert Lemon to VP-16;
Club, sponsored by the Jackson- of WPA in 1937, remain- Wilkins of Control Division, Supply, Mrs. Wilkins' happy and Carl Hilscher to New Delhi,
ville Public Library. Supply Department, who has congenial manner and her active India Attache,
ing there until she joined the as Assistant Air
been named "Supply Personalityof participation in
Children who join the club Hospital. charity drives and Lt (jg) Robert Salmon to
the Month" for July. and social >ctivities of Supply
and read 12 books of their own Wilson came to the Hospitalin VAH-15.
Mrs. Wilkins, as secretary to employees have been an in- *
selection before Aug. 12 will be 1941. He took the first mid- the Control Division officer and spiration. T
I night watch at the fire station VA-15
entitled to a reading certificatefor has maintained
supervisor, a high _. ,
located there.McIntyre "" o444f" '" Attack Squadron Fifteen
which they'll receive school II level of speed and efficiency.The +J tends a welcome aboard to Troy
veteran of 21
credit. congenial attitude ,and enthusiasm Meredith, AA; Walter Edwards,
Naval service, started employ-
All boys and girls who sign ment at the Hospital last Au- she displays for her sN A02; Gerald Burth, A K AN;
job are examples for others.A Charles Brewer ADI and Larry
up are invited to the Readers gust. ,
clerk-stenographer Mrs. Rogers AD2.Congratulations.
Sky Party at the Gator Bowl, I ,
Wilkins was born in Jackson- to H. D. Law-
Friday, Aug 15 at 1930. Comdr. Clark New ville and attended schools here, rence, AEC, for shipping over

The Sky Party will featurea graduating from now defunct for six more years. Chief Law-
costume book pageant, presen- Skipper Of VP16Comdr. Haddock Business University in P4: vY rence joined the Navy in July

tation of certificates and other J. W. Clark, former Jax in 1941. 1946 and has been with VA-15

attractions. Patrol Squadron 16 executive She started her Federal serv- since July 1957.

officer, relieved Comdr. E. B. ice career in April of 1942 as a S AyL .
Details are available at the
Abrams as skipper of the squadron clerk-typist in Supply Depart- St. Peter (to new arrival) :
NATTCenter Library and child- last week. ment. "How did you get here?"

ren of all military personnelare Comdr. Clark has been with Throughout her career at kpY.:' ak New Arrival: "Flu."

invited to join."I VP-16 since June of 1957, arriv- .. .

ing here from duty aboard the He: "If you don't marry me, 4 v:. "Who was that lady I saw

went to see a spiritualistlast USS Currituck (AV-7). I'll commit suicide.' you with at that sidewalk cafe

week." Comdr. Abrams has been She: "Now, Sam you know . last night?"
*':""' v T
-"* : '* waS
"Was he good?" ordered to Office of Secretaryof I Pa don't want you hanging MBS. WILKINs'l\ > Unhoused Husband: hat

"No, just medium." Defense, Washington, D. C. I around the house." employee-ot-monlh for July.STOPY I furniture.not a sidewalk" cafe, that was our


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17 July 1958 lAX" AIa- HEWS Pag 3

Perceptron, Navy Computer Opens 'Startling' New Fields I IA

system closely paralleling landing systems, automatic era. Banks of photo cells in the without prompting or instruc-

the ,selective recognition pilots and recognition systemsnow device serve fuctions similar to' tions from an operator:

been successfully demon- identified only with science those of the retina of the eye.
tty: expanding the number 01
strated by an electronicbrain fiction. THESE PHOTO cells trans-
memory and sensing units in the
17 called Perception, at Although the pilot model cf form light into electrical sig- computer, the machine would be
r tit yet the Office of Naval Research. an electronic system designed nals which are fed into the com- able to distinguish between man
4 After hundreds of tests the
specifically for "mental" func- puter In a manner resemblingthe and woman, and various animals,
machine i its
not only proved tions is about a year away from visual impulses received by the Navy said.
ability to "learn" what it is
completion, Perceptron can operate thE brain.In .
"shown" but also its capabilityof with a conventional IBM Only a step beyond the present
itself to recognize "achievement" Per- levels of abilities of
With The "teaching" computer which is much bigger tests Perceptron,
something without having and bulkier than the machine ceptron by a system of associa- according to Navy experts, lies a

ToastmastersMicrophone "seen" it before. being perfected. tion, has been able to distinguish possibility of ant automatic translator -
THE NEW concept, the Navy between "left" and "right" and in which one language

said, opened "challenging pos- Perceptron receives visual to recognize and sort large and could be spoken into th; machineto

technique was sibilities" for future military applications images through an optical de- small squares on as many as a produce written or verbal out-
emphasized at the 228th meeting such as automatic vice somewhat like a TV cam- hundred cards by its own "logic" puts in another language. (AFPS)
of Navy Jax Officers' Toast-

masters held last Thursday at
the 'O' Club. Reserve Officers

Ray Mullins introduced both

technique and speakers who included ,. Chances Of 20' F\JIJ

Lou Sartor giving a

spontaneous dissertation, "Quit Appearing Slim
Stalling, Uncle Sam;" county
politician Rainwater introduced: According to figures recently (Mainside movies, daily 1800

the man he hoped would succeed given a Senate Armed Services and 2000. Weekends and holi-

him in office, "IntroducingBilly subcommittee, chances of a reserve r' .' days, 1400 1800 and 2000. NATT-
I > tt Center movie, 1900 daily. Satur-
Peachtree, and Curt officer remaining on active ..
. .'l::::: days, Sundays and holidays 1400
Kretzschmann supplied fellow duty for 20 years are "pretty yi)
toastmasters with a wide varietyof slim." "" :: 1900. Hospital movie daily, 1900.)

toasts, "Down The Hatch." Navy Times has quoted Navy \"i: Thursday, July 17

Lt. Sam Anderson of NATT- spokesmen as saying that under, \ Mainside Missouri Traveler

Center was sworn in as a new' present strength conditions, the (color comedy) with BrandonDe

club member and should supply Navy plans to keep only about .::r:: :::::: i"f" Wilde and Lee Marvin.

future meetings with incongruous 9,172 reserve officers on active ". ....:; NATTCenter-Snow White and

surprises. duty beyond their obligated serv- '.: :: : :\ ... ':." the Seven Dwarfs (color ani-

" ice for periods up to 12 years. t.'n mated fairy tale.) Also, Trees

1 The 86th meeting of Mar- AND FROM those, only about : \:' ]\ and Jamica Daddy and Monster

t Nav-Easy 7 Toastmasters was 1,600 will be picked to complete '. "'JaIIIm. ". .....................""... <. .@:';.m% ...... and the Ape, Chapter 12.
t held July 10 with Harv Harvilleas 20 years, according to Navy VAH'l GETS NORDEN TROPHY Heavy Attack Squad- Hospital-Proud and Profane
chairman. ron One, represented by Ensign A. J. Huth, (left) is shown receiving -
Times. (color drama with William
Invocation the Norden Trophy from Capt. J. R. Reedy, Commander )
1 was given by Wilbur -
Currently under consideration, Heavy Attack Wing One, last week at NAS Sanford. The Norden Holdcn and Deborah Kerr.
Addison followed by introduc.tion however, are plans to increasethe Trophy is given for excellence in ASB maintenance and on Friday, July 18
., of a guest, Riley Collins. number being held until retirement the basis of outstanding bombing done by VAH-1 in the re- Mainside-The (drama
Key )
Also at the meeting, Carleton cent HatWing One Bombing Derby.
to 2,200, but was with William Holden and Sophia
t Dunn member.became the club's newest no indication that the idea is be- Voting Information I Loren.

1 ypnd planning stage. NATTCenter Missouri Tra-
Reports were given by Bob
e Gelles, Dick Murphy and Roy Chances for Marine reserve officers veler.
e Evensen. Speakers were Paul are even less. The Corps is Must Register In PersonIn Hospital-Snow White and the
it doesn't need Seven Dwarfs.
quoted as saying
Underwood and Dick Murphy. .
d Paul made his first speech career reserve officers and itdoesn't Alabama LouisianaServicemen Saturday, July 19 ..

C while Dick spoke of the new plan on having any as Mainside Jumping Jacks

. I super and super-duper chief a regular thing in the future. with legal residence in Alabama or Loui- (comedy) with Jerry Lewis and

C rates. CURRENTLY, there are from siana must appear in person to register to vote. !. Dean Martin.

Toastmaster was Bill Hall 900 to 1,000 such officers in the I Members of the Armed Forces from those states may file NATTCenter The Key

e while Gelles acted as topicmas- Corps, who will be kept on active an absentee ballot if already registered. Wives of these serv- Hospital-Missouri Traveler.

n ter. He gave all members an duty beyond their obligated icemen may also send in an Kiddie matinee Mainside
s, opportunity to speak that night service and there is some hope absentee vote. as early as the 45th day but not Prince Valiant (color drama)

,. by giving a different topic to that a few of these might serve later than the fifth day beforean with Robert Wagner and Janet
ALABAMA, absentee
IN an
election. Ballots will be mail-
I,. each man. out their 20.Spokesmen.
Leigh. Also Tale and The
ballot may be obtained by send- ed to voters as early as 21 days
r. Other members who partici- said the Corps ing a Federal Post Card Appli- fore an election.In Monster and the Ape, Chapter

n pated in the evening's events might make use of special skills cation to the County Register in Louisiana, the ballot will 12.
were Ken Eberhardt, George
possessed by some officers who Equity of the serviceman's home .be sent by the Clerk of the Sunday, July 20
Foster Ken Kenyon, Bob Lef-
y county: Court parish of residence Mainside-Return of Dracula
fler and Al Shiller. are nearing 20 years' active duty. upon
receipt of Federal Post Card (color horror) with Francis Le-
Don Muller Area Governor Some of whom may be kept in Applications will be accepted a
1S Application or a written signed derer and Norma Eberhardt.Also .
I" mentioned two important meetings assignments similar to the ones
Requests should be Tricky Chicks.NATTCenterJumping.
request. ,
19 expected in the near fu- they now have until they finish WEEKEND TIDE sent to the Civil Sheriff if the Jacks.
ture. An area speakoff at the
o 20 years. IIIGH LOW serviceman is a resident of the
.t. Roosevelt Hotel and an executive Hospital-The Key.
Parish of New Orleans.APPLICATIONS .
A.M. P.M. A.M P.M
.t. officers meeting to beheld The man didn't say a word Monday, July 21
Ii, in Tampa. Fri. 8:52: 9:14: 2:45: 2:53 in Louisianamay Mainside-Once Upon A Horse
when they ran over his cat witha be made time beforean
e, Sat. 9:39: 10:00: 3:29: 3:42: any (comedy) with Dan Rowan and
o Two new members were en- steamroller.:, Just stood there Sun. 10:29: 10:49: 4:16 4:35: election. The marked ballot Dick Martin. Also, Crossroadsof
rolled in the ranks of the Navy with a long puss. should be returned to the issu- Ages.

Civilian Toastmasters in initia. -- ing official at least one day before NATTCenter-Return of Dra-

tion ceremonies at Tuesday the day of an election.A cula. *

;. night's session. Junior Teske andy spouse, parent, brother or Hospital-Jumping Jacks.

, Ivan Sanders both of O & R, sister may request in a service- Tuesday, July 22

Is, were ceremoniously inducted as + man's behalf that he be sentan Mainside Old Yeller (color
new members. >i i. .gip: >YY Y absentee ballot.
: drama) with Fess Parker and

:'y Members were reminded of the Alabama servicemen in orderto Dorothy McQuire. Also, Jerrys
Area Speakoff to be held at the 44 iy.. Cousin..
r fr. 1 (Y4: i/: >/4,' .frj register, must appear at the
\'. Mayflower Roof at 8:30: P.M. July y Office of the Board of Registrars, NATI'Center-Once Upon A

'!r 26. county of residence, on the firstor Horse.
... Toastmasters are invited toy r third Monday of any month, Hospital-Return of Dracula.

bring their ladies. Lawton Green r fixf i iii> 'L/:.. i ni.4:l::> +. irt f ,.f'.'lc Y',+y. r>9* .'tii'.k}k//4/s'fr.1:,:!,:$?+':f31.,6t., iXfr except during the 10 days be- Wednesday, July 23
15 will represent the Civilians fore the day of an election.IN Mainside-Sgt. :York (WWII
the Speakoff, with Walt Stanulas
LOUISIANA the service drama) with Gary Cooper and
man may appear at the officeof Walter Brennan. Also, Monsterand
At Tuesday night's session,
) : the Registrar of Voters, parishof the Ape, Chapter 13.
and Sanders
Frank Roberts Ivan
delivered their basic training residence, at any time except NATTCenter-Old Yeller.

speeches. Roberts spoke on "Let'sTeach 30 days prior to an election.For Hospital-Once Upon a Horse.

Our Children to Smoke;" additional information con-
!fe w while Sanders talked on "New n.4 tOUT sult your voting officer. NAFCE Cancels Meetings.
Zealand Before the White Man." OF NOWHERE The Navy's Polaris missile bursts The Jax Chapter of National
Evaluators headed by Andy out of the ocean off San Clemente Island, Calif., in a demon- NAS Jax Voting Officer is Association of Federal Career
as stration of its capabilities. The missile is intended to be fired
CWO J. J. Carryl, Room 146,
Planey as master evaluator, were Employees has canceled its regu-
ur from a submerged submarine but in this test was shot from a
Gordon King and Lawton Green. tube under the ocean's surface. Main Administration Bldg. lar meetings of July and August.


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Pace 4 JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 195&

All For Cool Sip Of Aqua 1

Lot Of Work Goes Into f\ ktk

Production Of Water : SALTY' tl Oft FRO"
: 4\\ ; ,,. .
I That refreshing sip of cool water you get from one of HERE AMP 'THERE

the many drinking fountains aboard the Station probably
I doesn't draw one iota of thought from folks as to what goes The farmer, his business in
town concluded, was driving
into producing that water. : ; :
The NAS Jax Water Supply homeward when he heard the
System is far more vast in its resulted in a count of '2,526,000 fire siren and dutifully guidedhis

reaches than perhaps the majority gallons in June. JMi&Z.fit horse and wagon over to the

of people aboard realize. ON JUNE 4. 4,015,000 gallonsof Rye'; curb.

THREE DIFFERENT water fluid were used, representingthe i : .., After the engine whizzed by,
plants are so synchronized in highest water usage for any he clucked up his horse and
their functions that they can be ,day of that month. started on again.

operated either as individual Personnel of the Water Supply :: Then, it, happened I the
plants or linked into one tre- System include: William White, !t ..>:. .b* ladder truck piled him into a

mendous system. leaderman water plant operator heap.
'Plant No. One at :Mainside ) who is also in charge of : < "Didn't you hear the siren."?
South of Building Three, is I water content of the Station asked the cop as the farmerwas
largest of the trio. swimming pools; Otis Gamble scrambling from the wreck-
Second of the plants is situated and William Thomas, water :a ;, ; age.
behind All Saints' Protestant plant operators.
"Yea, and I let 'em go by and
Chapel and, Plant No. Three is
Others are Leslie Bennett, then along that
came danged
located in Dewey Park. head operator water plants and --*, -,-- -...- truck load of drunken painters."
THE TOWERING red and swimming pools; Lamon Coth- CYLINDERS OF CHLORINE Raymond 'Ward, (top .
white-checkered tanks seen on ern; Richard i Lofton; Ernest photo) employee at Plant Three of the NAS Jax Water Supply "Between you and me, how
Station confines' are water Pennington; Carlon Sager; Jacob System, is shown changing one of the tanks of chlorine usedat do
the plant. Below, William White, leaderman water plant you like my new girl friend?
storage tanks. Three are at Teate; Raymond Ward, and Sim
Mainside and one at the Hospi- operator, checks a gauge which keeps check on chlorine countat "Bejween you and me not so
Whitehead. one of the Station's water processing plants. hot. But alone oh, boyl"

tal.The __ ___ __ -_uuuuum___.___ ..w.. .
tanks all a part of the
water plants can each hold 200- Up The Daffynishun: Pessimistic wife
000 gallons of aqua and are t -One who has pork chops cook-
used for storage purposes. LADDER ed when her husband comes

There are also four deep wellsin home from a fishing trip.

the Station's water system, $ With Civilians .

all of them situated 1,000 feet Feminine voice over telephone:
into the cool earth. A pair of (Periodically, the Jax Air I "Are you Harry?"

these are at Plant One, another News in cooperation with the Masculine voice: "Not espe-

located at Plant Two with a Industrial Relations Department cially, but I'm far from bald."
fourth at Plant Three. / will list various promotions for *
ALTHOUGH water is drawn : ti ty, Naval Air Station personnel.)
Watching those fellows
from the wells, it must go On the promotion roster effective play
1 golf reminds me of taxes. You
through complex chlorination ig1IM:7 recently were 25 em-
drive hard
for the and
process before it reaches your ployees, 16 from Overhaul and wind green
up in the hole.
drinking fountain or sink faucet. Repair Department, one from .
Amount of chlorine which Public Works, one from Supply
1 can be electrolized from a single Department and seven from Mis- "Can"the average woman:: takea

handful of salt will disinfect a cellaneous. joke?

quantity of water sufficient to I Promoted at O & R were "I think the average man is
fill 350,000 water glasses. Wayne Anders, supervisory fiscal proof of that."

Ordinarily, water used by a I accounting assistant GS-7 to
family of four has had addedto t. budget analyst, GS-9; William .
it less than three tablespoonsof : Z \ Ange aircraft preservation mechanic :; \
liquid chlorine. J third step to aircraft me-
ALL CHLORINE residual at chanic (general) third i step; .f ,
the Station's water plants are Robert Bradley, helper aircraft

set by standards of the NAS Jax Station Bank Marks 15 mechanic (general) third stepto
Medical Department.After aircraft assembler first step; '
Vasco :;t::} ''"
Brock, helper 1 aircraft :,
being drawn from the ',, i',

ination well and process put through, the the water chlor-is Year Anniversary DateThe mechanic aircraft (assembler general) third first step stepto ; '>::/ \

I Willis Doolittle, aircraft assembler
stored for immediate use in re- -
servoirs. NAS Jax Facility of the Barnett National Bank : third step to aircraft mechanic -
this month celebrates it's fifth year of continuous service to I (general}) third step.

at Pumps the reservoirs are continually to push in water use military and civilian personnel of the area. Also, Paul Franke, helper ,

through to the miles of pipe- The bank began same operations Teller. Mrs. Era Nichols servesas aircraft mechanic (general) third y=Y: ::.(
1943 in the building
July, MY
line aboard the Station and in secretary, and Mrs. Muriel step to aircraft assembler first
Dewey Park.Average they have today. However, a few Cook, Exchange Teller. step; Gilbert Godwin, helper (,,
changes have been made.
water used per day itself TELLERS are Mrs. Kathryn mechanic (general)
SINCE THEN the building third step to aircraft
four White, Mrs. Ruby Fuqua, Mrs. assemblerfirst t
has been enlarged > .
step George <
Director ; Massey air-
Lois Hill, while Mrs. Margaret >>>;
times and the staff has grown craft assembler third <
To NATTCenterComdr. Shuman serves as head bookkeeper step t<5
Reports from three employees in 1943 to aircraft mechanic (
I general) third
John C. McCollum, seventeen at the present time. with Mrs. Lois Keene, step; Luther McGee, production
Jr., reported aboard the Naval. Leading the directing proceed- Mrs. Betty Tanner, Mrs. Delores dispatcher third step to aircraft
Air Technical Training Center ings of the bank is Ed O. Cle- Stafford, Mrs. Barbara Johnson, assembler second a ,.
step. .j
July 2, find assumed the dutiesof ments, Manager and Asst, Cash- Mrs. Jean Roy, and Miss Betty
Director i of Maintenance ier, with John McColskey, Asst. Shuman. Miss Ruby Levan and Roswell Powell, general supply
Training. Mgr., and Charles Williams, Head'Lollipop' I Mrs. Patricia'Karas are proof clerk GS-4 to aircraft assembler
clerks. first step; Douglas Riles aircraft 4, ,

Since opening the bank fifteen assembler third step to aircraft
I ) years ago it has handled a mechanic (general) first step; t31 {
I Said Successful Pattie
total of 41,464 accounts and have Roney, aircraft assembler
taken in 753,720 individual deposits step to aircraft mechanic
"Lollipop, Lollipop," and par- and cashed 222,235 seriesE. (general) third step; Carl Stapi- h ,ys4s.:.
ticularly "R e d Lollipop," has The return flight was opposedby Bonds. vie, production dispatcher third
been uppermost in the minds of the interceptors stationed step to aircraft mechanic
The facility cashes about (gen-
Air Group 17 personnel the past just east of the coast.
eral tfiird
checks per month that have been ) step; Earle Brown,
two Exercise weeks. "Red Lollipop" pitted -! The maximum effort turned in drawn on other banks and about aircraft mechanic (motor) third
I by these squadrons demonstrated 45,000 checks handled other
step to aircraft
the offensive strength of the examiner first
their readiness capability to banks that are drawn againstthe
two CVG-17 attack squadrons, step; David Brown, studevittrainee
VA-176 and VA-36, against the perform assigned missions suc- Barnett. (electronic
defensive strength of the two cessfully under any conditions. The bank is'open for business GS-3 engineering)
CVG-17 fighter outfits, VF-173 This is especially illustrated from 1000 to 1500 Monday to student trainee (elec-

and VF-13. by the fact that no outfit knew through Thursday and from 1100( tronic engineering) GS-4, and

'The attack squadrons flew the exact date (July 1), or the to 1700 on Fridays unless mili- David Schoen, student trainee
routes out to sea and returnedto time for commencing"Red Lolli- tary payday falls on Friday,then (chemical engineering) GS-3 to Marian PIRATE'S Stafford TREASURE _

drop bombs on Pinecastle pop" until late in the night it's open from 1000 to 1700. The student trainee (chemical engineering NBC-TV'i "Treasure, "Pirate Hunt"is Girl"on

Target. prior to the full-scale launch. bank is closed Saturday ) GS-4. swag buccaneer's. dream
about.l .




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'&' ,:t y 1958 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Glimpse At Iron Curtain

looms For Pendergras

tnf' ; ali Ken Pendergras, eagle-eyed All-American skeet shooter -

in from Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four, is on the

Ig first leg pf a European shooting expedition with the United

States skeet team.

Ied The aviation electrician chiefis
held at the hip until. the birdis
one of four men named to
lay Uncle Sam's squad which will ejected.:

compete in the World Champ- IN REGULAR competition in

}. ionship of Shooting in Moscow, this country, the high gun

ld ;: T nfP4 Russia, starting Aug. 12. method is used. The shooter

.;; THE NAVY clay-bird shooter holds the gun in shooting posi-

4/ departed from Ft. Benning, Ga., tion throughout.
lea : \j MK Sunday with other skeet squad Beginning Aug. 5, U.S. skeet-

teammates and members of the men will practice on targets in

' U.S. rifle and pistol teams. Stockholm for final preliminary
7r 4 I of the VW-4
He goes to Weisbaden, Ger- firing. Teammates
skeet ace are: Ed Calhoun,
c- many, then plans to enter shootsin
: Switzerland and perhaps captain of the 1958 AllAmerican -

before team from Salisbury, Md.;
other countries headingfor
Ldl "w.w.w.v;:, ,)""",,,,,,,,., ,,,,"); ;<',,:,,.,,,.;."om"* "');..........,....,;,"";"_...-.,,,.,.,,.'; .W);:<<"""""" .''';:':'''.''''';:<<<'''''",>>.';'.'___;'. .'''''. ...w '' '., .....n. '.,.,' ......,. Sweden.In Chet Crites of Detroit, Mich.,
'<.l, 'ALL.STATION TITLEHOLDERS NATTCenier's Aviation Fundamentals School today the International shoot in and Eddie Harris, of Galveston,
the All-Slalion Softball Championship crown after defeating VP-18. 6.5 in a nine-Inning Tex., and brother of former
-last Thursday at the NATTCenter lighted diamond. In a victorious pose are members of Moscow, Pendergras and other
w "'grinning squad. left to right, (front row) Edward Sivicki, Roger LeBlanc, Fred Goddard, skeetmen will be shooting International Jax Navy skeetman Titus Harris.
Bentley. Jim Callaghan and Nolan Perry. Rear, Bill McGrath, John Hinck, Alfie Lorenz, Vic ALL MEMBERS of the team
l 17 im !dill, Leo Culp and Antonio Garibey. rules with the gun
___n_________ have been named to the 1958
,0fa -1', All-American s qua d. Pender-

Civilian Duffers gras, native of St. Joseph, Mo.,

made it this year for the second
Tourney Slated LMV !iW& : : straight time.Alternates .
: 7ATER 3FWr &q&*' on the U.S. team
i's r & &*.*/*/tTrtww WiC are Air Force Col. Wad dell
For Hyde Park Smith of California and Carola1'
LINE Qualifying rounds for t Ii i syear's Mandel, lone woman entrant,

.: Annual Jacksonville NAS and Women's All-American.
e-hreaking of Series
'ea-, Civilian Golf Tourney arc set Pendergras and Col. Smithare
A for the Greater Jacksonville
'- tiling'' Trophy was run from for the week of Aug. 24-31 at Extra Frame Jitters the only military skeet
" Hyde Park Golf Course. shooters on the American squad.
the dock of the Florida Yacht
All qualifying score cards must They will not be allowed to
Club,last Sunday, in the teeth of Scuttle VP-18 NineVP18
y ".a, tropical' squall. be in and attested by1' Sept. 2. wear military uniforms while in

The Station championship will Russia.
''Uis I I Winner was Dave Stoddard of be determined as a result of 72 drew first blood, but the last laugh was on the FOR THE past several years,

th&Yacht Club. His crew was I holes of medal play, held on Patrolmen as Aviation Fundamentals School, NATTCentertitlist Pendergras has made a name

S4\Bdxroughs. succeeding weeks at Hyde Park. took a 6-5 overtime win to snare the All-Station Softball for himself and brought )fame

'utog Rhodes Bantam No. 572 Matches for the championshipwill Championship last Thursday at NATTCenter's lighted to the Navy and the Hurricane
e the Navy was Maj. Van diamond. Hunters through participationin
not be on a handicap basis.
..fof the 679th AC&W Sqdn., skeet shoots throughoutthe
AvFund struck like lightningin
M However, flights below this will strokes to AvFund.
Commodore Gene Guazzu bottom of the ninth inning world.
be handicapped and
THIS WAS the second time
'ew' match play basis. when Fred Goddard reached in three VP-18 softballers He captured second place
"race got off to a good first safely on a bunt. years the last World Tourney, held at
Prizes will be awarded to win- suffered of frustration in
in 1954.
'with Maj. Van Rope hold- Caracas, Venezuela,
ner and runner-up in each flightof HE MOVED to second on a an All-Station playoff contest.
is own until a knock-down The VW-4 sharpshooter led
_" play. Contestant snaring the costly error and was off with AE School ,nipped the Patrol-
ed his crew overboard, the nation's high 20-
Station toga will receive a prize the crack of the willow as men in the 1956 fray. Ed Brown average
)> cost him a few yards. and replica of the permanent Alfie Lorenz bashed a single, hurled a three-hit, 6-0 win in gauge gunners in 1957 with a

e to the heavy rains, the trophy. "the hit heard round the world," last year's "glitter" fray over 97.9 mark on 1,500 registered
I .
ing of Series 58B did not The permanent silverware will to score Goddard.Ed AGO School. targets.He .
I victorious in the 1957
however competition will be displayed in the department, Bentley, Marine chunker, The bespectacled Brown whif- was
and Puerto Rico
Sunday, at Mulberry Cove, of the Station where the man is and Ed Brown, crafty VP-18 fed 13 enemy batters, the same Inter-American

Jax. attached.All hurling veteran, hooked up in number he struck out in last 20-Gauge Championships and
S snared the Open
golfers, duffers and sod a fair pitching duel through year's game.
ung Kathy Vogel, 11-year- removers, this is your chancefor most of the contest. Action broke loose from the and Military All-Gauge title at
(daughter of M/Sgt. L. G. start in Thursday's t est. Dallas; Tex., in April with 196x
links stardom (?) ((1) Bentley doled out seven hits con
200 and the Southeastern
el of AvFund School,NATT- --- VP-18's Charles Floyd poked a
ter' won first place in them Many a tombstone is carvedby I to the Mainside champions while double to score Danny Wilkens- Around Championships with

event and third in the chisling in traffic. Brown issued a mere five safe dorfer in the first frame after 488x500.

event in the Optimist's the latter had drawn a nass. THE HURRICANE Hunter also'

:ion of the fourth annual ED BROWN managed to get snared the Southeastern .410-

sonville Water Ski Tourna- on base via an error, scoring Gauge, Small-Gauge AA, 20-

t last weekend at Doctor'st. Floyd and giving his mates an Gauge runner-up, and Co-Mili-

t. early 2-0 lead. l tary All-Gauge title last year.

qualified Kathy for the ye", .':.: AvFund, composed entirely of He's unable to defend these
theastern Regional Tournat > + Marines at the class P school, crowns due to the European

in Lakeland this .weekend.k t: retaliated in their half of the
for an article- in the Au- 'inning when Roger LeBanc the current Florida State

_t issue of Our Navy Magazine tripled Bill McGrath home anda 20-Gauge titleholder.

| M/Sgt. Vogel and his accom- wild pitch sent LeBlanc across
with the evener.
hed Daughter.
In the fifth, VP-18 went to
inner in the Men's Division the fore on a booming tripleby NAVY ARCHERS

Slalom skiing was Mike Osme Freddy Pridgeon, single by SCORE WELLThe

of Cypress Gardens who "Hoagy" Carmichael and bunt
single by Ed Brown. Jacksonville Archery
(>n at 34 miles an hour with
AvFUND rallied to the task Club held an Invitationalshoot
feet of which is an al-
rope at its last Sun-
..f'r and pulled off a three-run rallyto range
lost unheard of feat.Repairs lead after five innings, 5-4. day, and two shooters from

Shakiness on Ed Brown's part the Jax Navy Bowhunters,

hey Postpone gave the Marines a series of free Bill Weatherby and Paul Un-

enter Kegling Action passes ,along with two timely derwood, took top honors for

( Action in last week's Mixed hits in that frame. the day by coming in first

Doubles League at NATTCenter Ed Savage hit a long >fly in and second.
Underwood captured first
las canceled due to the install- the sixth to score Jim Brown
tion of new benches and seatst Ro". ..*'<.."...A. .. .,.. "'-""";-?, ,, .... .. m. ._00' .,tt"'. ,""" with the tieing run. This was it place in the Expert Class A
and B while chief Weatherby
| the bowling alley. HOME PLATE CROWD Alfie Lorenz, (right) of Av- I until the second extra inning. copped, second in the Expert
With addition of the equipment Fund School, makes futile scoring attempt in third inning
capacity at theenter's action of All-Station championship softball game beween AT-' Then there was the bright Class Band recorded second
sealing increased to Fund and VP-18, respective champions of NATTCenter and boy who, when his mother beganto high for all day behind Un-
lanes has Lorenz the out sign on a force play when
Mainside leagues. got learn to drive, nicknamedher derwood's fine effort.II .
ccomodate 75 spectators and catcher Ken Horton made the tag on a throw from the infield.
participants. Umpire is Earl Grubbs. : Oh Ma, the dent maker.



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1959

Good Repellent Is: lIT ( iJt.iJ ltril\ < "". : ':

1_ 'tl'-L! '. :. '; .

Best Deterrrenf ,, For Rent,

l18 1-Bdrm.. Duplex Apt. Unfurn.
For Insect Bites : ,L $65 Mo. 641 Ernona St. Avail
;'Aug. 1. EV 9-8134 after 5 p.m.
Summertime, with a 11 its! 2-Bdrm. Unfurn. upper Apt.
pleasures of outdoor life can > 3134 Post St. Now avail. $75 Mo.
also carry danger in its sunny EV 8-6287. Arnold.
hands in the form of insect 3-Bdrm. Furn. house. 4602
bites according to the Florida Manchester Rd. Avail July 26.

State Board of Health Bureau of : e 4 / $150 Mo. PO54466EV75578.Foster. .
Entomology.It's .c .
advisable, the Bureau says,, 4-Rm. Apt.2132 Riverside Ave.
for a person going fishing, camp- L # $85 Mo. EV 8-2062. Mrs. Bennett.

ing or picnicking to take along a s f ; t %.. Furn. bedroom gar. home and
good, effective insect repellent. kitchen priv. (Ortega). 2844
There are many gqod ones on Cherokee Ave. EV 9-0312. Mrs.
the market. Best of these con- { Moreland.

tains diethyltoluamide, and is 4-Bdrm.-3-b Home, in i
available in liquid, lotion or ui Orange Pk. Avail. Aug. 1. $150or
powder form.It $135 on lease. Ext-8445/CO-
takes only a few minutesto 45012. Comdr. Heron.
pick up a repellent that will 1 !II R\I<'II 2-Bdrm. Bungalow. Collins i
protect and insure greater com BIBLE SCHOOL WORSJHP PERIOD A service of worship, attended by All Saints'Vaca. Rd. CO 4-4882. Mrs. Reuka.
fort while out-of-doors. Lion Bible School students, Is held each morning in the chapel prior to start of work and play 3-Bdrm. house. 5084 Colum-
sessions. Bearing the American flag at left in aisle is Frank LaGrange with Sharon Rich in cen
Discomfort and irritation are ter, leading the procession and carrying the Bible and David Curtis, on right carrying religious bus Ave. Without kitch. stove
not the only effects of the stingsof flag. Approximately 350 eager youngsters are attending this year's' Bible School. Final servicesare $70 Mo/with stove $75. EV-
some arthropods or mos scheduled tomorrow night at All Saints' Chapel, culminating two weeks of activity. 43488. Irfinges.

quitoes. Although the ill-famed I 1 & 2-Bdrm. Furn. Apts. 216-
anopheles does not transmit 218 Kingsley Ave. (O.P.) $50
All Saints Bible School
malaria any more, other speciesof Ensign Bars To Mo. each. EV 9-4973. Mrs. Quig-
mosquitoes may at times car- ley
ry other diseases, according to Nears Final SessionsFinal VP-78 PairTwo For Sale
the Bureau of Health. members of Patrol 3-Bdrm, 2-bath house. 1521
The skin-burrowing red bug, Squadron 18 are wearing Penman Rd., Neptune Forest
stinging sand:, fly and yellow fly sessions of the Vacation Bible School of All Saint'sChapel broad grins these days after (near Mayport). Price $28,000;
''and the obnoxious tick all can are scheduled tomorrow, climaxing a highly suc- being commissioned Ensigns $5,000 desired dwn. payt. CH-
make their victims miserable.The cessful year with approximately 350 children from three- under the Navy's LDO pro- 62994. Capt. Cooper.
tick, incidentally, can be years-old through. t.hird. grade attending daily classes. gram. 3-Bdrm. house. 5042 Home-
downright dangerous. The spot- Daily sessions, held in the CWO George McMasters and crest Cir. (Ortega Hills). $1300:
ted dog tick, if allowed to remain Sunday School Building, No. School William Guy, ADI, received equity. Avail. July 1. EV 76989.
722, include: Bible study, sing- Ordnance
on the body for a day or their promotions to officer Lt. Dolan.
two, especially on a child, can ing, recreation and refreshment Honors To AllredPfc. ranks during a formal squadron 3-Bdrm, 1-bath House. 6066
in addition handi-
secrete a poisonous toxin into periods, to ceremony last week. Wilson Blvd. (trade equity for
the body which may cause a craft and workbook classes. Charles Allred, of Tuc- Before reporting to VP-18, Miami property). EV 41615.
form of paralysis. I ONE OF the high points of son, Ariz., grabbed top honorsin Ensign McMasters served Mrs. Hayes.
Ticks should not be pinched I the year's Protestant religious last week's graduation at aboard the FDR as Aviation 3-Bdrm, 2-bath house. 7413
off but made to disengage by program aboard the Station, the Aviation Ordnancemen School' A Electronics Officer. Greenway Dr. (Ortega Hills).
touching them with a lighted Vacation Bible School offers a at NATTCenter. Ensign Guy, native of $79.50 Mo. EV 8-3384/Ext-8344.
rich for Christian
cigarette, or by applying turpen- opportunity Allred, who entered the Ma- Miami, reported to VP-18 in jLcdr. Stamatis.
tine, gasoline or similar material Bible nurture and and growth the various through rine Corps in April, 1956, will March of this year following House-4031 Sudbury Ave.
Entomologists say any bite or study report to Marine Air Group 32, duty with VR-24 at Port (Cedar Hills). $2,000 equity/take
sting can be dangerous becauseof other courses. Lyautey, up payt's. of $64.39. EV 8-8702.
Theme of the school this stationed at the Marine Air Sta-
infections caused from germs year 3-Bdrms, 2-bath House. 4033
has been "Exploring God's.Wonders tion, Beaufort, S. C. for duty.
implanted by scratching.All Barmer Dr. (Cedar Hills). Buy
insect stings and bites ," in keeping with the International out equity. EV 8-8123/Ext-344.

should be treated with a good Geophysical Year Lt. Hilscher.
I soothing antiseptic to kill the I explorations.With Miscellaneous
a staff of 50 teachers,
itch.germs and soothe. the sting and composed of Navy wives and Wanted: Swap. 2% Yrs. duty

dependents, the School is in Anacostia, B. J. Combes, ADI
charge of Chaplain Lt. Ernest s:: EV 8-8797 after 7 p.m.
i Reagan Jr.DIRECTOR.
Navy Wives I is Anne Davison, Jax Winners
I aided by Athea Bartlett, Andrey
(Continued from Page 1))
Davis and Helen Porter.A .
CornerMrs. closing program tomorrow Made Me Love You," and "Pen-
night (Friday) is set for All nies From Heaven," with a trio
Lois Murphy Jr., Past Saints' Chapel at 1900. All par- .J -ji called the Headliners providing
President of Ladies Auxiliaryof ents and friends are invited to i\\t\ the accompaniment.
the Fleet Reserve Association, this service in which all depart- ROBERT Niedzielski, FA, of
Unit 126 and Mrs. Christine Bell, ments of the school will partici- Florida Group, Naval Station
Vice-President, were e 1 e ct e d pate.A. Green Cove Springs, captured
delegates to the Southeast Regional special offering for a mis- fourth spot with his renditionof
Caucus in August at sionary project in Japan will be "Chances Are." The top four
Pensacola at a meeting of the received at that time. performers were presented with
Unit held last night in the Club- Individual classrooms in Building special trophies.
house at Yukon. 722 will afterwards be open Other contestants included:
Tentative plans are being madeto for exhibition of handicraft and James McCormick, YN2, VFP62 -
hold a bake sale aboard the workbook accomplishments. NAS Cecil Field, who sang
Station, Sept. 18. Majority of / "This Is My Beloved"; Chester
the proceeds are earmarked for Rhoden And Zipp Share Wilcox, SA, of AGO S c h o o 1.
the purchase of a chair for the
NATTCenter, who warbled "So
AEA( ) School Honors
Annapolis Navy-Marine Corp Dog g o n e Lonesome"; RobertS
Memorial Stadium in Donald Zipp, AEIAN, of North .. ,,,
Annapolis '-
"""' "" arb ro ugh, SN, Jax CoastG
Md. Mrs. Shirley Stamnos is in Tonawanda[ N. Y., and Lewis TOPS IN AO B) SCHOOL-CWO Gerald Conner, (L.) Marine u a r d, singing "Goodbye t o
charge of this activity. Rhoden, AEM3, of N. Augusta, Liaison Officer ai Aviation Ordnancemen Schools at NATT- Rome"; Jerry Myers, MU2, of
' certificate and congratulations to Sgl. Arthur
Mrs. Earlene Semsch was S. C., shared top honors in lastweek's Center presents
NAS Jax,who accompanied himself -
Dornath upon his selection as honorman at graduation
elected Treasurer of Unit 126 graduation at Aviation exercises at Aviation Ordnanceman School Class B. Dornath, on the piano while vocalizing -
due to the resignation of Mrs. Electrician's Mate School ClassA five-year Marine Corps veteran, will report to MCAS, Kaneohe on "You Are My Sunshine";
Sue Van Beck who will be leav- at NATTCenter. Bay, Hawaii, for duty. Angelo Iberra, YN2, of AE

ing shortly for .the Territory of S! c h o Q 1, NATTCenter, who
Hawaii. delivered a vocal rendition of
Mrs. Mary Cantrell was elec I Cane Hunters Prepare For Storms I Too: Young," and Jack Mackey,

ted to fill a vacancy on the AN, Fasron Six at NAS Jax, who

Board of Directors. (Continued front Page 1)) when the winds resume from treme caution to prevent fire, or delivered a comedy routine.
Guests were Mrs. R. Towers, windows and get away from low the opposite direction. injuries from falling objects. Performers who survive district -

from St. Louis, and Mrs. R. areas which may. be swept by After the storm passes: Don't Also, report downed lines i and regional trials will vie
Tullas visiting from Norfolk, Va. tides or floods. drive unless necessary im- broken pipes to proper authori- for All-Navy honors in New
Following business session, refreshments During the storm: Stay Indoors mbdiately after the storm sub- and York, where Ed Sullivan will
ties nearest policeman,
were served. Next ; don't be fooled if the sides; If you must drive, watch or pick the group which will appear -
meeting will be Aug. 14, at calm "eye" passes directly over, for undermined pavement and use your phone for emergenciesonly. on his nework TV showon
4530, 120th Street at 2000. and don't be caught in the open broken power lines; use ex- August 3.